Question about Ovens
Need to know whether you are dealing with a gas or electric oven. if it is electric then there could be a problem with the heating circuit, the element. if it is gas then again it could be a problem with the heating circuit, or ignition system. first check incoming power ie breaker or plug. if gas make sure you have unit plugged in and there are no gas valves turned off. If all of those check out fine then the problem is with your oven. in which case if you are not comfortable working on the innards of your oven call a certified technician.
Posted on May 03, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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