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Can you get me the complete model number off the unit?
OK if neither heat up check the power to the unit at the terminal block where the cord connects. You likely have lost one leg of the power to the unit and it is only operating on 120 volts instead of 240 volts.
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You need to check it with a meter to confirm you have 240 volts. If you do and you have changed out the board you would either have two burned out elements bake and broil(unlikely) or a wire broken from the clock control to the elements. That is all that can cause that issue.