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No heat!!! The other day my whole range stopped working! It still has power, and the oven display comes onto "preheat", but it doesn't get hot. The stove top doesn't get hot either. Any suggestions?

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On 220volt ovens it usually means that half of your power isn't working. That's why you still have some things working. Check your breaker box and see if there's a breaker tripped. Look for a 50 amp and turn it all the way off and then back on.

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