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Me the owner greats you at the door and explains half of the house is completely without power. None of their 220 volt appliances seem to be working, however when the stove is turned on the receptacles and lights which are currently not working begin to work. What is the cause of this problem? Where would you look first and what would you be looking for?

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Check receptacle wiring, then breaker box.

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Was the range you are replacing a gas range??? If so that runs on 110 volts like you TV and toaster and every other small appliance in your house!
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