Question about Kitchen Ranges
yes of course, there is a fuse. Trace the fuse firstly from the wall plug. Then trace the wire that comes from the AC outlet into the electric range.
You should find a fuse inside the unit, exactly where the AC outlet enters on the unit.
The fault is obviously a blown fuse.
Posted on Jul 27, 2010
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