Question about Kitchen Ranges
The rastove/oven worked well until last week . I lifted the bottom heating element to clean out the grease at the bottom. After that, only the top heating elements worked (all gas stoves and all oven fans work).
Today, I tried to check for loose connection by taking out the bottom heating element and puttng it back. After that both heating elements sttopped working and the oven heating light does not light up! Convection and broiler fans still work.
What should I do?
If you bent the bottom element out list out of the way, you may have broken the actual heating element inside of the metal sheath. Or, it could have shorted to ground.
After tinkering with it more, you might have caused another short, and now both legs of 220 VAC have either a blown fuse or tripped breaker.
Reply what you find is the sondition, and I will help you troubleshoot more.
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
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