Question about Kitchen Ranges
I have the same problem. It's happen
two times. The first time, it was an unprotected power lug connected to a
heating element that makes contact with the metal cover (just under the glass).
The breaker tripped and after a careful isolation maintenance it was ok. Last
night another f*** spark occurred. This time, the breaker did not trip and the heating
element’s warm light are always ON. It’s the same problem on a different position.
But it was a thermostatic contact lug shorting whit the f*** metal cover. The
main issue is that the glass top is used to maintain isolation gap between
power lugs and the casing (grounded). In fact, heating elements are spring loaded
to reduce the spacing between glass and elements. If a pressure is made by the
counter-top the glass is forced to un-bond (my case) and elements can move,
make short-circuit and burn down my house.
Posted on Nov 10, 2009
Sounds like a shorted wire or something grounding.
Slide out range and unplug and take off bake and look around for a short either at the bake or broil element ot at the terminal where the cord connects.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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