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Our potfiller flooded the top of our 48inch range. At first the burners wouldn't work but they dried out in 30 minutes and work fine. The large oven locked itself and both ovens wont light up.

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If the front of the range {where the control panel is} got wet it may be the ERC, but I would give the ignitors in the oven another day or so to dry before doing anything

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