Question about Amana AER5515QA Electric Kitchen Range
I recently had a partial electrical outage related to one of the incoming utility lines from the house meter to the electric panel. As a result, certain branch circuits were affected. After utility company came and fixed the problem, all went back to normal, except my free-standing electric range/oven. The lights turn on, but there is no heating generated. Prior to the power outage, the unit worked fine. The unit is an Amanna Self-Cleaning oven, and it's more than 9 years old. I am trying to avoid a) Spending $500 for a new appliance, and B) Local authorized repair service fees of $85 for technician to show up, along with materials+labor costs... Wondering if this is something I can do myself. My guess is the outage triggers a safety device. I cannot see any label with model number.
Try reseting the clock as lots of ovens will not work untill clock is set
Posted on May 26, 2009
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Jan 27, 2013 | Kitchen Ranges
Hi Ron - From what you have described if neither the burners nor oven turns on make sure the electrical connecting is 240V. The oven light and clock portions only required 115V. The clock and oven light working may indicate an electrical circuit breaker supplying the range is tripped or a fuse is blown. Confirm household circuit is correct and the range cord is properly wired to the terminal block.
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