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Hi, welcome to Just Answer. My name is ***** ***** I look forward to helping you! The most likely to be causing your oven issues is a faulty bake element. During preheat, the top element will cycle to bring the temperature up quickly. If the lower element is not working, however, it will still heat but will not maintain a temperature or get to a proper temperature because the sensor will detect the heat from the broil element (because of its close proximity) and cycle the preheat off, trying to maintain temperature with the lower bake element. Do you have a meter to test the bake element with?
Does your model look like the one at the link below?
Your model uses only the broil element (top) and the two convection elements. Was the oven recently self cleaned?
At the link below, number 23, mounted on the back of the oven, is a thermal fuse. That fuse has opened. It may be resettable by pushing the red reset button in the middle of the thermostat. If it is not resettable, you will need to replace it.
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Yes, you will need to access the back of the oven.
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That would likely be a faulty relay, probably controlling the L2 line. That board will need to be replaced.