That board must be used for other configurations because although the convection element spot is empty, the element is wired to the convection fan and the fan wires (brown) are connected to the panel in other places.
I was testing for continuity to ground and had some weird results. I'm using a digital Fluke multimeter and I was seeing between 1000 - 2000 ohms resistance for most of the terminals. I pulled one of the wiring harnesses part way off to look behind it and put it back and turned the multimeter off then on. Then there was no continuity between any of them and ground. The next info might explain why :-(
I was sooooo hopeful that the DLB relay would work. After testing for continuity to ground, I took out the circuit boards and looked in between the two boards (see attached photos). The board that the relay is on is burned clear through in spots. It looks like some serious current ran between the L2 terminals and the DLB Relay - that's where the most severe burning is. On the board that sits behind this one, the heat burned through a bunch of the circuits on the board (10 or more). I'm guessing I can't salvage it.
If the relay fails, is this what can happen? Am I probably safe to replace the Clock/Timer
? I don't want to replace it to have the same thing happen again as soon as I turn it on . . .