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The electronics on my gas stove wont come on so my oven doesn't work. How do i fix this? Is there a fuse?

There was a power surge and it never worked again please help!!!!

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Whoa if you had a definite power surge the electronics may be cooked but you can try this --- disconnect the lead/plug from the receptacle for a couple of days then plug it back in and see if this helps--- I don't know if there's a fuse or not and/or if it's readily accessible---you can check your operating manual for added info on this or check on line but there's one thing I know is that electronic ignition systems (stoves, heaters, furnaces, boilers) have to be grounded---you can not connect a three way plug to a 2 way adapter---with out the ground it makes the electronics go coo coo---especially with a power surge---electronics have to be grounded--electronics are very unstable without a ground that's the best I can do for now good luck

Posted on Dec 01, 2014

Testimonial: "Thanks for your help. After taking a voltage meter to the board, it has power going in but not being distributed through the board. So i believe the transformer blew."

  • Dave Dec 03, 2014

    Well I didn't know or think that you could get into it that far but--- I said but--- transformers usually can take a hit -- the electronics on the other hand can't--I'm curious of what you read at the secondary side of the trans--depending on the system usually for the electronics operating voltage is 5 volts DC so if you set your meter to AC and tried to read it might not read unless you were testing directly after the transformer---some circuit boards are 2 to 4 layers thick with circuits in between the layers which makes it hard to test---if you want to go farther there's a tool out there called a logic meter probe that can help you diagnose a board/chips---this is just a shot in the dark good luck

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