Question about Ovens
Unplug it from the wall, open the oven and check for the parts the power surges has fried - replace if necessary. If you can't find any then use a thick piece of insulated wire and discharge all the capacitors. If even after that the oven doesn't work as it should be then the control processor has been fried. Since they aren't sold as parts the entire oven is defective- either use it as is or junk it and buy a new one.
Posted on Aug 23, 2010
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