Question about Jenn-Air SCE30600 Slide-In Electric Kitchen Range
Recently when I moved the range to clean, I heard a "pop" when I moved it back. One of the power cord strands had slipped off the block and caused a small burn mark. I replaced the block, re-connected the cords, checked the circuit breakers. The clock works, but the stove and range top don't heat. I looked for a fuse but couldn't find any. I wonder if the short fried my circuit board. Got any ideas?? Thanks.
Sounds like only 120 volts.get multi-meter and make sure there is 240 volts at block.if not,recheck wires and check breaker.clock will run on 120 volts but elements won't.
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
SkyKing, are you handy with a meter? sounds like you are losing a leg of power here. Check for voltage at the terminal block (where the cord hooks up. You should read, 120V from left to center, 120V from right to center and 240V across the two outer terminals. Check this first and post back. Catriver.
Posted on Apr 20, 2007
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