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  1. The oven is not heating up. The temp shows 100. The fan is spinning in the oven. Light in oven works. But no heat. When I hit the broil button - same thing. No heat. There is only one heating element in the oven - at the top. The stove works. The clock works. I took out the element. It looks like new. I hooked up a Sperry multimeter to the element and the sperry device buzzed w continuity. The connections to the element were tight and not melted or in poor condition. Should I check the thermometer next? Or do I need to know how much resistance in the element to double check that it's ok? If so I'm not sure how to check for that on my multimeter. Sperry DM-210A. The instructions for sperry are HORRIBLE. From what I have read - it sounds like it's probably the $200 control board. But I want to be sure before I buy it.
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