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Does it program okay and look like it should be working but just not heat?
Ah, so that means an easy fix! Do you have a meter to perform any testing with?
Excellent! In the diagram at the link below, numbers 158 & 159 are safety thermals. Can you test each for continuity, please? They are located behind the main control.
The thermal fuse has orange wires, that is the one we are concerned with. It is in line with both heating elements.
On that model, the thermal fuse may be mounted on the back, it shows several fuses. See number 157 below. Can you test that one, too?
It should have orange wires but it has two different schematics for the same model, I am not sure why!?
See the attached page.
That is odd. So the door is locked?
NO, that should turn the cooling fan on. Are you getting 240 VAC to the oven?
Can you see if you get 120 VAC to the elements when set to a bake cycle?
See the attached wiring diagram. Both sides of the element power supply come from the control board. One side has to go through that fuse on the back.
If you have verified power to the board and the fuse is good, yes, the issue has to be the board. Are you testing from one side of the element to ground or at both element terminals?
Okay, so it has to be the board. Nice work!
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I will see if another will help.
On the main board at CN2 an 8 pin connector , check from pin 5 yellow wire to pin 4 orange wire , you should get NO continuity ( open circuit ) and from same yellow wire to pin 3 blue wire should GET continuity. And across the two white wires , pin 6 to 8 you should read 1100 ohms.