Question about Kitchen Ranges
When the oven or the stove top is used the circuit breaker trips.
I am extremely happy you have asked this question, and here is why.
I am a retired Fire Chief, and I should like to ask you to NOT use the oven, stovetop, or range until it is repaired, as there is ever reason to assume you are about to have a fire.
The last one of these that I repaired had a defective ground wire, and required only a rewired wall socket to fix the problem.
The steps will be to unhook the range, stove top, and/or oven, and check the wiring in the back of it, first the wall socket (take it apart).
If that is good, then take the range , etc. apart until you find the short circuit.
It may be a burnt wire, a wire that is shorted out, or a defective control unit.
God bless your efforts.
Posted on Apr 18, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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