Question about Kitchen Ranges
Your stove is 220 volts,the lights, clock and controls, they work on 110 volts, and when there is a short on the 220 part of the stove, the elements work on 110 volts.that's the reason they only get warm. there is a short in your stove.
Posted on Dec 09, 2008
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