Question about GE JBP80 Electric Kitchen Range
The control is operated by 120 volts and the heating elements work off of 240 volts.
The most logical reason for your not heating (if there is none of the burners working) would be that one of the sides of the circuit is broken. Most likely this loss has occurred at the circuit breaker, try turning the breaker off completely and back on.
If this does not resolve the problem then the power loss may be a broken wire inside the range.
It is best if someone knowledgeable in electricity with a good meter does the testing beyond the breaker or fuse in the home.
Posted on May 07, 2010
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