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when you set oven on bake the broil element comes on too,set the bottom oven on broil and see if the element gets hot,if not,unplug the machine or kill the power going to it,remove the element and check it with a meter to see if the element is bad,if so change out broil element if element is good you could have a broken wire or bad clock assy.there's a computer board with the clock that everything runs through,hopefully you have a bad element,if the element is coming on next thing to check is the sensor,this tells the computer how hot it is so it will turn the elements on and off,if you look behind the top panel in the back i think the paperwork is in a plastic pouch,it will tell you how to read out the sensor,i think it's 1080 ohms,or you can read out the sensor on the top oven and then check the bottom sensor and hopefully it will be a bad broil element or sensor and not the clock assy. hope this helps.
If you are having problems with yourelectric oven heating up too slowly, not being able tomaintain temperature set point, orwild variations in temperature, then you probably have abad baking elementin your oven.
Thebake elementis thebottom elementin your oven. The life span of these elements can vary depending on the usage of your oven and the quality of the element. Anything electric has an unpredictable lifespan. Elements made on the same assembly line can vary greatly in how long they last. But when the element burns out it will need to be replaced to have your oven work properly.
The thing the fools many people is that many ovens will use the broil element topreheat the ovenand then switch to using the baking element only. When this happens the oven willno longer heatand will cool down. The unit may sense this and activate thebroil elementagain which will causewild swings in temperatureand also cancause food to burnon the top self ornot bake properly.
If you can see the elements, watch them and see if they both get red hot when initiallywarming the oven. If only the top, broil element gets hot then you have aburned out elementor abad contacts where the element plugs into. Usually lifting the element and pulling out on it will release the element. If the contacts are discolored or pitted then they could be causing your problems. By using an ohm meter you can check the resistance of the element. If you get no continuity through the element it is no good.Bad elements will often have blisters, bubbles, or even burn in two.
If the element contacts are bad, make sure the you replace both the element and the receptacle that the element plugs into. Replacing only the element will only temporarily solve your problem.
sounds like the broil elemnt in the upper oven is shorting itself out part number 74004106, probly 45 bucks. leave the circuit off adn replace it... the wire(s) leading to it are always live.theres a few screws across the top of the cavity holding it up