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Admiral oven E3V-81yr

I do not have the manual and when select Bake and temperature burners do not come on. I need to know the settings for the dials so its not the timer stopping the bake from not working.

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Re: Admiral oven E3V-81yr

I would contact Sears parts and give them the entire model # from the sticker inside the unit and they can get a manual sent to you.

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