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Whirlpool electric stove XERP4110SS oven and burners do not light up

Clock, timer and oven light are OK. I cut power and reconnect and the problem is still there. The problem started gradually and I would simply shake to stove and turn all the knobs to finally get it working. Now this doesn't work anymore.

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That is a classic sign of a bad connection or a bad relay. You will have to take it apart to find the problem however be sure the power connections are good first.

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