Question about Magic Chef Ovens
Check for the correct voltage at the receptacle behind the range where you plug the range power cord in, you should have 220 volts
at the receptacle, it is somewhat common for wires to burn in two at that point.Also, check for the correct voltage at the terminal block on the back of the range where the cord wires onto the range, look for burnt wires there also.
Don't forget to double check that your circuit breakers or fuses are good.
GOOD LUCK !
Posted on Aug 20, 2010
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