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RANGE WITH TOO MUCH POWER

I have a Kenmore range that i purchased in 2000. THe main computer board has gone out for the 3rd time. A repair tech tested and told me that there was 260.3 watts coming into it instead of the required 240 ish.

I called my electric company and they confirmed that there was a faulty capacitor bank in my area and they fixed in right away.

My electric company is willing to pay for the computer board but I really think that there has been too much electric all along and that is why this kept going out.

Can you help me with this?

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Ummmm, im thinkni youvealready figured youre problem, theyve copped the issue and paying for part, less them repairing the "capacitor bank" sounds like itll continue to happen. how can we help?

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