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Problem with left front eye

The left eye for some reason won't trip off. It continues to stay on. How do i sut it off?

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This sounds dangerous! you can lift the top of the stove to access the burners source of electricity. Unplug one of the hot wires to the bad eye and conpletely cover it with electrical tape. NOTE: This is a temporary fix. consult Maytag Support @ 1-800-688-9900 For a better long term solution! Have a great day, Alan

Posted on Feb 13, 2007


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