This is the third time this has happened...happens when the breaker pops (too many things plugged in at once). The first two times it happened it cam back to life after about two weeks...this time it has been two months.
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Even though you don't specify which breaker is popping, I suspect your main breaker is going as you have 3 appliances that can draw a lot of current if they are calling for power all at once. Try running fridge and/or water heater on propane when using AC, to reduce the load. Many parks and trailers are limited to 30 amp service. Those 3 items drawing power at the same time will usually draw more than that. Add use of a microwave, and your really over.
Replace the switch. When Power Company electricity goes out and comes on by itself, it often "Surges" frying small electronic components. This is what happened. No biggie...happens all the time. Be sure to turn off power to the switch in your breaker box first.
You must find the reason the main breaker is popping ...
I'd start by unplugging everything and remove all breakers. Turn the main on ... does it pop? If it pops here look between the breaker panel and the end of your cord. Turn the power off - reinstall the first breaker - turn power back on. What happens ... keep doing this until the main or individual breaker pops - investigate that circuit to find your short.
If you get all breakers back in with out popping anything ... start plugging stuff back in. Something is shorting somewhere.
Unless there is a dedicated circuit of 20 amps to the refrigerator this will continue to happen When your refrigerator goes into defrost and other things like lights fans air conditioners are on the same circuit it will have no choice to not trip the breaker. Try this turn the breaker off and how may thing in your house stop working? You need a 20 AMP circuit or this will possibly damage the compressor or weaken the breaker because it has tripped so many time. Thanks, Please rate my solution, I have done this work for 30 years. Thanks, Sea Breeze If you have more questions or need help feel free to let me know, Thanks, Sea Breeze email@example.com
Absolutely. A bad timer will not initiate the element function once the load has started. there is a point on the timer board where, the timer sends a heat signal to the element and it also controls the shutdown signals as well. the high limit thermostat controls the actual temp once the timer initiates the heat signal. if the timer is bad or malfunctioning, the element will malfunctioning as well.
Turn down the volume and see if you still hear it,a loud pop or snap could be high voltage call your servicer in your area ASAP
while its under warranty and have him check the high voltage circuits for a intermittenting pop or snap.And have the model # ready!! Good Luck!
Ok, first a couple of things, you didnt mention if it popped the breaker when you were using the oven, burners, of both or if it does it as soon as you plug it in.
If it does it as soon as you plug it in, you have a short in the back of the unit. you need to pull the back panel off and look to see if the broil or the back element wires were touching the the back panel. This is a common short.
If it only does it when you are using both the burners and the oven, you might have a weak circuit breaker that needs to be replaced in your house. Unfortunately, age has little to do with it, I've gotten new breakers that didn't function correctly.