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Ge oven problem,lower or oven element, burned out.replaced

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ge oven problem,lower or oven element, burned out.replaced element but not getting power to it.checked wiring found no problem,do I have a witch problem or a thermostat problem
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Appliance
Expert:  Tyler Z. replied 1 year ago.

If the element burnt out, the only part it can affect is the thermostat itself. Unfortunately the thermostat has contacts inside and if too much power is pulled like when an element is shorting out, you won't get full power to the element. You'll need to replace the thermostat to resolve the issue I'm sorry to say and the part number is ***** Below is a link to the part.

CLICK HERE for thermostat

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