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Re: where is the model number on my Range?
As you are facing the range, there should be a metal plate (held on by one screw) on the left hand side behind the console. Model and serial number should be located here. On some models the information will be along one side of the oven door opening, or bottom drawer. Hope this helps you.
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I deal in appliance parts new and used. It can be tough when you are in need of a discontinued part. Best advice is to check eBay every so often. There are lots of people including myself that sell new, used, and refurbished appliance parts there. You might get lucky. I checked for you today and didn't find it. The part number is 5706X616-81 for the cooktop. Try google searching the part number and eBay searching it. You might find someone who has one somewhere.
The heating coils in the oven need to be inspected very carefully where they plug in to the oven wall. You will need to remove the back covers and check the insulators and wiring harnesses. Over time the insulation can break down and oxidize the metal connections. You can use a voltmeter or test light to verify that the coils are getting voltage from the thermostat/switch. replacing parts is cheaper than buying new if you can find the parts.
The only way to find out for sure is to check the voltage to the element.
Most of the ranges have 2 or 3 screws under the front of the top. Remove them and the top will tilt up. Be careful, there is voltage on some of the wires.
Turn the switch on and check for voltage across the element terminals. If you have 240V, then the switch is ok and you probably need an element.
If you can post the complete model number from the tag on the back of the console, I may be able to give a little better directions.