Question about Electrolux 37 in. Designer Series E36IC75FSS Electric Cooktop
Help - The cooktop is unlocked. I touch the power button and nothing. I've left my finger in the middle of the button for 5 seconds nothing. There are no lights on the cooktop at all. It's like it's dead. The top is clean. Help - I'm housesitting and it will look like I broke it. It worked perfectly two days ago.
Without being there to troubleshoot further, the first thing I'd recommend is checking the breaker. It'll most likely be in the breaker panel outside the house... in the BIG panel. This is a 240 Volt unit, so what you'll be looking for is a "dual" breaker. They'll be connected together.
I'll tell you what... here's the easy way to do it. Simply turn off, then turn on all the breakers in the big breaker box outside. Make sure you have all the computers turned off first, though. You might have to reset a few clocks, but that's OK. I'd bet this gets you cooking again. If not, post back.
Posted on Oct 13, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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