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Lower oven won't heat

Last used the lower oven Thanksgiving of 06. It worked fine then - self cleaned it then also. This year, it barely warmed ( maybe 200 ) and now, it does nothing. The indicators on the control panel appear normal....
Top oven works fine.

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  • Sailer1 Feb 15, 2008

    Almost the same. The lower works fine, the top is the problem. It will get to 220 degrees and stops.

  • Dual Pain Oct 26, 2008

    Cleaned the oven and then the lower oven would not heat up. The lower element was not getting hot so I relplaced the element...the oven still does not heat up. The upper element heats up in the preheat mode but the lower element is not getting hot at all. What could the problem be?



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It must be thermostat in bottom oven

Posted on Nov 29, 2007

  • Anonymous Nov 29, 2007

    sorry' it could also be element



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