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Convection oven help

I noticed that the clock light on the oven has gone out and now it doesn't seem to work, when i press any bottoms nothing happens. anyone know what the problem is?

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  • travi360 Mar 19, 2008

    there is power coming to the range, the stove itself works, and when i open the range door, the light comes on, so there is power coming to it. I tried switching the switch on th electric panel but that didn't do anything. Ive yet to check the back panel, (im housesitting so a little hesitant to do anything large like moving the range)
    any other ideas or is looking on the back my best bet?

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Do you have any other indication that there is any power to the range?
If not check the circuit breakere or fuse in you electric panel.
If there is some indicatioan that you have power coming to the range, then check for a fuse in the range by taking off a back panel and doing a visual inspection.
If no fuse is blown, there may be another visual problem you may see while looking for a fuse.
Otherwise let me know what you see.

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