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Stove will not get up to desired temp.

With the exception of one burner the rest of the burners will only heat up to a warm temp. This includes the oven, I had it set to broil and it would only get up to about 120 degrees. Also the "hot survice light will only come occassionaly.

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  • j_harding1 Jan 25, 2009

    Already did that. No change. getting 120 on both sides.

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Check your incoming electrical supply, definalty soundsa sif you have an underpowered macine, perahps a connection has comeundone/burnt off teh back main termiankl connector. turn off the breaker/unplug beforechecking this!!!!!!!

Posted on Jan 25, 2009

  • Ron Coons
    Ron Coons Jan 25, 2009

    although getting 120 to both sides, also check across the two outers and you shoudl bet teh 230-240v, seems very strange that youd only get warm, definalty sems power related

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