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Sometimes these can be fixed by unplugging it for a few minutes and plugging back in. I am assuming this is a gas top and electric oven. Verify the incoming voltage at the back of the range (not at the receptive but where it comes into the back of the range. Disconnect the plug before taking off the rear access cover and verify all the connections are tight before plugging it back in. Set volts to AC on your meter and check power between neutral and line (hot wire usually black). If this range uses 220 volts then check between the 2 lines (usually red and black). If the voltage is 120 or 220 respectively then you may have a fuse that blew (sometimes it is a fusible link in one of the power feeds) or a board.
The problem of black screen can also happen in other
versions of the Windows. However, the symptoms and effects of the
problems in all operating systems are almost same. For instance, when a
user starts his Windows, everything goes fine. But when he logs into it
there awaits a black screen instead of the normal desktop layout. An
average computer user finds it very disturbing and has no clue how to
fix Windows 7. However, the best way to find a solution to this
problem is to fix the registry errors in your computer which become the
cause of all major Windows errors and crashes. The registry in Windows 7
is a very important component of the entire operating system and it
stores information about the Windows settings. If these settings are not
adjusted properly then there start to appear strange computer problems
such as Windows 7 black screen. Here are some discrete steps you
shall also take besides fixing your Windows 7 registry which is
inevitable for safer and stable computing: * Conduct an antivirus
and antimalware scan. Fixing for malwares after a registry scan gives an
extra protection to the PC and saves PCs from lots of dangerous
* Start Windows 7 in safe mode and restore your PC/system to the
previous date after which you received the Windows 7 updates. It is
believed that some updates may be behind these screen issues in Windows
* Adjust your display settings since the wrong settings may also
cause the Windows 7 black screen also called the blank screen. You can
do this by starting Windows in safe mode.
Follow all the guidelines and start from registry repairing
scan for Windows 7 to fix Windows 7 black screen. The best available
tool to repair registry and fix PC errors such as this is Reg In Out.
If: the computer turn on, keyboard lights turn on, then screen goes black, then keyboard doesn't work, then unfortunately, I'm 99% sure the beer short-circuited the motherboard, which is an expensive fix and can range anywhere from $30 - $80 for a new one (plus the money for a techie expert to install this all for you). Sorry man, it happened to my laptop too :(
Sounds like you lost the power supply to guns, now this doen't mean you have to go looking for it, you will need a repair person to fix it. Word of advise, if you haven't had one of these fixed before it can range in upwards of 600.00 or more to fix now days.
This may be because the resolution that is set in your user profile when you log on has been changed to a resolution not supported by the monitor. The best way to fix this is by going into Safe Mode (press F8 as the computer starts to load Windows) and change it to a lower resolution once you get logged in. 1024X768 is a pretty safe resolution to start with. Then restart and see if that fixes the issue.
Start your computer and press the F8 when the manufacturer's logo screen is showing. This will bring you to the Windows startup menu. Pick "start in VGA mode" and windows will start up with video settings you monitor can handle. Then you can change your video settings so Windows will start normally with your monitor.