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Amana Electric range ART6510 had teh bottom heating coil go out. coil actually burned out and broke. WE replaced coil but now the electric display is not lighting up. Stove top sill work however?

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You most likely pulled a wire loose when you were working on it.

Unplug the unit
Take the panel off and look for loose connections

Posted on Dec 04, 2008

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