A GE in wall oven, bottom heating element stop working!
So I ordered a replacement bottom element and replaced it and it still will not heat up! What am I missing ? It is Electric!
If the wiring connection to the heating element is frayed / broken, the new heating element won't heat up.
If the thermal fuse blew, all heating elements in the oven would stop working.
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