Question about Kitchen Ranges
If it is 220 Volt then look for the 40 amp double breaker and shut it off and turn it on again. If this doesn't fix it unplug the oven and turn off the power to it to examine the wall plug and also check the wires from the cable inside the back of the oven (i have seen wires fall off). If it still isn't fixed check any fuses if there are any inside the top of the range. If they are ok then check that the elements are clean and slide into the sockets tightly as dirty loose connections often heat up and arc causing more damage. If this is so then you have to purchase 2 range block wiring harnesses and replace them.
Posted on Oct 15, 2013
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