Question about Kitchen Ranges
Burners don't work. Oven doesn't work. Clock only comes on when any of the 4 burners switches are turned on. The number "20" comes up for a few seconds before the clock comes up and the time is from the last time the clock was on.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
sounds like you lost power to your stove. if you can't reset the clock, it needs to be replaced. in otherwords, the power outtage shorted out the clock.
have a technician replace it.
Posted on Sep 13, 2008
SOURCE: my oven and burners dont work
you have a power problem check your breaker first then if thats good turn it off anc check where the cord hooks to the range your only getting 110 volts to the range let me know what you find
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
Its almost impossible to tell you how to repair it without being there to view what is going on. by what you are saying, it looks like you have a short between two or more wires, possibly stuck together from heat. After switching off, remove cover at the back and follow the wiring to the clock and the burner switches and look for anything obvious. Look for a wire possibly burned off and leaning onto another electrical wire.
Posted on Jul 19, 2010
Hello, welcome to FixYa.
It sounds like the hi-limit safety thermostat may be tripped, the scenario you described is exactly how this would manifest
"clock,timer.& oven don't work. No electric on top panel All burners are fine"
...that is the component that typically trips/activates during a self clean on many ranges. You shouldn't need to open the front control panel, but access is through the back. (this can also occur during power surges)
You'll need to slide the range/oven outfrom the cabinet. If you slide the unit away from the wall and unplug it you can check the hi-limit.
It will either be a non-reset type hi-limit or push to reset. If non-reset it needs to be replaced, if push to reset type, simply pushing in the red button will get you back up and cooking in no time.
**Unplug the range from the wall first of course...safety first**
Once you remove the panel you will need to look for a switch/thermostat which looks like either of these...
PUSH TO RESET
The replacement if necessary are available at "searspartsdirect.com" or "repairclinic.com" to name a couple.
Let me know how you make out. Good luck. I'll watch for your reply and if you need anything further I'll be glad to help in any manner I can.
Posted on Oct 15, 2011
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