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Electrical fault the fuse in the plug blew when using gas oven and burners. the electric grill was not in use at the time. changed the fuse and it blew straight away.

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  • Anonymous Nov 27, 2007

    fuse blew large oven not igniting. changed fuse blew again. ellie

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Might have issues with ignitor, or solenoid for gas

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  • Donna Smith Aug 26, 2013

    I have a Fridgedaire (sp) electric stove. This morning I pulled it away from the wall so that I could clean the sides of range and the floor. After doing that, I pushed the range back in place. The clock light on range was not on, so I pulled the range back out. The plug looked like it was halfway in the outlet, so pushed it back in with my foot. Still no light on clock and burners wouldn't work. Took the plug out of outlet and put it back in again. THIS tiime, I heard a "boom" and saw what looked like a flame inside range (I was in the back of the stove). What happened??

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