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Surface work but display and oven do not

The top of my range work, all burners. My oven and display stop working. The breaker was tripped, but I turned it back on. The Oven still do not work, and nothing shows on the display.

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Bigejpp, start with the basics, On the back of the range where the cord hooks up see if you have the correct power. Three terminals, you should have 120V from each end to center and 240V across the two outer terminals on the terminal block. If you don't have this, the problem is in the breaker. If you do have it, remove the upper back panel and look at the board. You will see L1 L2 and L2 out which goes to the elements. Test for voltage at L1, should have 120V. If you have power to the board and no display, the control is at fault. This is for a 790.95320 electric range. If your model does not beging with 790, most electric ranges operate in a similar matter. Catriver.

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