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I just installed a new "PartSelect" Electronic Clock Oven Control

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I just installed a new "PartSelect" Electronic Clock Oven Control (Part #PS238593) for my double wall ovens and everything looks good, but neither oven will heat? It's like it's not connected to either heating or broiling elements.
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You likely burned out the high limit thermostat or it has tripped. They are mounted to the top of the unit. One is for the blower and the other is the high limit. If they both test open one is bad. They are part #158 and 159 at this link. Just jumper each out. Whichever turns the blower on is for the blower and the other one is for the heating elements.

http://www.pcappliancerepair.com/model.php?mn=JTP56CD1CC&mid=254713&pid=582160
Customer: replied 3 years ago.


Okay, thanks for the link. I can see them in the diagram. How do you test them?

With an ohm meter for continuity. Should have 0 ohms
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