We were trying to replace a light fixture in the house, and needed to flip the breaker to find out which went to that room, and we ended up flipping most of them in the process, including the breaker in the kitchen. After we got everything turned back on, the oven won't come on. There are no lights coming to it whatsoever. There is no reset switch on the outlet, and I can't find anything anywhere about why it won't come back on. Everything else in the kitchen is working great.....I even tried all the other outlets and nothing. Can anyone help?!
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There a electric drawing behind cover were the knob or touch screen check drawing for fuse if I know what oven it was would help but be sure to un plug stove for electric supply before doing check please.
Sounds like you are only getting 120 volts instead of 240 volts. Either a house electical problem or wiring in range. First go to your breaker and turn it off and on three times and give it a little extra push each time you flip it. ( You can actually flip a breaker off and on without resetting a blown breaker if you doni't push it all the way off and all the way on. If the breaker throws itself off do not reset it. You have an elecrical short in your house or range. If resetting the breaker does not work then you need to test for 240 volts coming into the range. We don't recommend you do any electical testing unless you know what you are doing with electicity. If you have 240 volts going to the range then unplug your range and remove the backing panel off the back of the range. Look for burned wiring or terminal blocks. If there is nothing obvious then you need to know how to read a wiring schematic and use a electical tester to go any farther. Let me know if this helps. Good Luck, Appliance Specialists
Your breaker in the breaker box has a double pole breaker for the stove one breaker is shot so you still have 120volts which runs the lights 240volts for the elements.Turn main power off and replace the breaker. To verify for sure pull the stove out and unplug it check power at the plug you need 240volts at the plug. If i dont have a plug and wired straight in disconnect the wires and check the wires.
It sounds like you only have one side of the 220v current coming into the range. I suggest checking the outlet feeding the range for proper power. The problem could actually be in your circuit breaker, only sending power via one of the conductors.
Your wire connection from service panel to stove is corroded. It needs replacement. Check the length of the wires (three: two hots, and one neutral). Turn the breaker off first. Call me at at 757-454-2358 if you need anymore help. I don't get online often, so you need to call if you want anything clarify.