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Are you looking for the wiring schmatics for the unit?
I only have the manual available, look on page 4-31 of it, the lock mechanism should be where you need to jump to see if it will heat. Had thing that this is about 20 years old and the diagrams suck.
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you should be able to jump 6 to neutral and if that does not work, jump out the thermostat with 5 to neutral to see if it heats up.
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I think the problem is most likely the lock switch causing the problem. I would use even the frame of the range to get a neutral or a white wire should be neutral.
you need neutral go through the thermostat first, if the lock switch is bad there won't be neutral there. I am not sure on how to explain it to you, the picture should be obvious. But forgive me as I don't know how to explain this to you.
Just connect it at number 6, there would be no need to remove anything else since it is in the same circuit.
For some reason the entire conversation from 25 November is completely missing from here.. I have to try and find it so we can continue