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Clock and lights work but burners and oven will noy heat turn on

I got mad friday when my heat was not working in the house flipped every breaker on the box and now have this problem

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Your wire connection from service panel to stove is corroded. It needs replacement. Check the length of the wires (three: two hots, and one neutral). Turn the breaker off first. Call me at at 757-454-2358 if you need anymore help. I don't get online often, so you need to call if you want anything clarify.

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