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Do you have a Volt-Ohm meter and know how to use it ? to be able to do any testing ?
And can you tell is it the upper oven Broil element or the lower Bake element that is giving off heat?
ok to be sure your saying that both ovens upper and lower that the bake element do not work ?
And this is a brand new control board?
what is the part number of the control board that you installed?
Ok is that company the one in Chicago?
And was this the same thing that was happening before you sent the board out to them?
ok can you open the console and gain access to the rear of the control board for testing?
The control board is the only common denominator for the upper and lower Bake elements each is controlled by a separate relay on the control board.
Yes has to be wire off or the control board on the not heating in the Bake mode
and if the wire is shorted to ground it would make the element heat when the oven it not on but only at 1/2 the normal voltage.
We can test both from the wiring on the control board.
Ok can you read a wiring diagram I will send you one if you can?
I will send one to you incase you can read it.
Remove the P18 connector and test the Red P18-4 to ground to see if you get voltage when the connector is off the control board.
And the same thing on the P 26 connector P26-4 Red to ground with the connector off the control testing it to ground looking for 120 volts on both to ground if you do not get voltage you have a wireing issue in the rear of the unit I suspest
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