electric oven-Help!

Home repair friends, I have a Whirlpool (mod #RBD275PD) in-wall electric oven. It has worked perfectly since installed seven years ago. A few days ago I ran the self-cleaning cycle, which did a fine job. Last night was the first time I've needed to use the oven since the cleaning. I set the temperature and started the oven as usual. When the pre-heat timer chimed I opened the door and the oven was stone cold. The light, fan, clock, and all controls are all working, but neither the top nor the bottom elements will heat. I have checked that there are no delayed cooking times set and that the temperature lock is turned off. I checked my circuit breakers--nothing was tripped. I flipped the breaker off and then back on--still nothing. I'm stumped. Is it possible that the self-cleaning cycle coincidentally burned out both heating elements at the same time? Any ideas as to what might be happening and how I can remedy the situation will be greatly appreciated. TIA, Moo :-)
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Hi,
Unlikely!
A wire could have burnt off inside the unit, esp at the power block, safety thermostat switch may have opened up in the clean cycle....like the one below... http://www.repairclinic.com/referral.asp?R 3&NX9644 Thermal protector (fuse)

That is -part- of the full model#.
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snipped-for-privacy@hotmail.com (jeff) wrote:

Jeff, Thanks for your response. Would burned wires at the power block and/or a stuck safety thermostat be items a relatively handy homeowner could deal with? Your expert guidance would be appreciated. Also, my full model number appears to be RBD275PD06. Thanks again, Moo :-)
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Hi,
Yes and yes. The oven(s) would have to be pulled out to view the power terminal block ( on top ) and the safety thermostat ( on the back ).

Closest that I found RBD275PDQ6, RBD275PDB6....I went with the Q might look like an O.
This should have continuity when ohmed with an ohm meter, or join the 2 wires toegther as a test.
http://www.repairclinic.com/referral.asp?R 3&NX9842 Thrmst-fix (thermal fuse)
Check for 220 volts AC coming into the black and red oo the power block....
http://www.repairclinic.com/referral.asp?R 3&NX9381 Main power terminal block
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snipped-for-privacy@hotmail.com (jeff) wrote:

Jeff, Thanks again. I'll see what I can do. Moo :-)
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