Question about Kitchen Ranges
Some of these ranges have two plugs, one for 240 volts for the burners themselves, one for the controls. Other issue, could have one leg of the 240 volt circuit not working, might get some heat, but not full power. Check fuses, just to be sure. In any event, you likely have two circuits: 240 volts for the power required to take care of the heat, and 120 volts for controls, timers, clocks. If only one plug, I'd expect to find a blown fuse within the appliance, or some other problem in the 120 volt circuit.
Not sure of your level of expertise to open up and trouble shoot electrical. Need to understand (1) how to kill power and (2) how to safely test a live circuit (at 240 volts.) Make sure meter is always set to 250 or greater volts, AC.
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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