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I replaced the baking element in my GE stove without a problem.  The broiler element stopped working.  I ordered 1, attempted to replace but the new one didn't work either.  I took the voltage and it pulls around 35-45 volts.  Is this right?  Could the new element be bad?  Is there a way to test the elements, i.e. continuity, etc?

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You need 220 volts at the two terminal connecting to your bake element.  Please supply the model number so I can take a closer look at your unit and offer suggestions.  

Waiting to hear from you,
Eric and Ann Campion

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