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The light in the oven has blown it's fuse. Actually the top burners all have power however the oven and teh light and the clock do not have power. Where is the fuse located

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  • jpspin May 30, 2010

    I am sorry however my husband could not find any fuse location so he called an Appliance Repairman and he should be out here on Tuesday. Thank you. Guess I get to eat out for 2 days.

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Give it a look in the back where the power cable goes in ..the fuses are always located near by the power source ..(on the line ) ..it will be a lid ..or a screw-able cover of some kind..so if it has a square lid..take it off and see if they are placed inside...or ..it mat be more than one screw-able round covers ..but always in the back near the entry point of the cable ..

Posted on May 30, 2010

  • Catalin Turcu
    Catalin Turcu May 31, 2010

    this is a wise thing to do ..cause I give it a thought meanwhile and I do not think it is a fuse..but some other contact ..cause on these ovens ..the fuse will kill power for good..so it is probably another contact inside..or the transformer..

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