Question about Ovens
Have someone with an electric meter test the plug in the back and see if the circuit breaker is blown.
If you have "juice" to the plug, then check inside the back of the oven and see if that "juice" is getting to the terminal where the wire is connected.
If it is, you should have a bad switch (control) on the stove or a wire that has burned in two, or has become disconnected.
Since this is really dangerous stuff, either have an expert check it, or have one show you how to do so.
God bless your efforts.
Posted on Dec 04, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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