Question about Ovens
The oven is 3 years but only used two and not much at that
Sounds likely that the heating element has burnt out...easily replaceable via eBay for correct part....or internal wiring has dislodged from the switch pot or element ends.Always disconnect power when removing covers and replacing elements or checking for loose wiring burnt wiring or loose connectors.
Posted on May 03, 2015
If it is totally dead--no power, you need to start checking the main power supply lines. Make sure you shut off the main breake to the oven. Then start at the connection where the house lines hook to the oven. If this is a built in oven it will be in a junction box directly behind the oven. If it is a free standing range/oven it should have a big 240 volt power cord on it connected to the range with 3 screws. Many times if connections are not tight when first installed, those loose connections will burn to the point they no longer make a good connection.
Posted on May 02, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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