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I want to reset the oven

Gas or electric? If electric are you sure you have power. Double check the breaker. Turn of and back on. If it pops, you have a wiring problem, the breaker is bad (yes they do wear out). If Gas, make sure you have power to the outlet that serves the stove. If no power the system will not work. If no power to the outlet, again check the circuit breaker for that outlet. If these things don't help check your owner's manual and it's troubleshooting.

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Hotpoint oven display not working just clock flashing

Your electric stove has power through 220, wired separately from the rest of the outlets. Go to the breaker for this, shut down total power, and see if that helps. Sometimes it does not take much to reset.

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My double oven electrical plug slips out of the outlet slightly then it loses power. The big brown plug

You will need to replace the receptacle for the oven. This is common for many types of receptacles.

Jun 04, 2011 | GE JKP45 Electric Double Oven

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I just bought a maytag 24 inch double is 240 volt and i need to know if i need to put a 3 wire or 4 wire for the power

Which plug you use depends more on the outlet in your house than the oven usually. If This is a new oven with digital controls, 4 is preferable (I've seen a digital dryer blow the boards because a 3-wire lost it's ground) but if the outlet is 3, you don't have much choice but to go with 3 unless you rewire the outlet back to the fuse/breaker box. As long as it's in good condition, 3 should work fine.

Feb 14, 2011 | Maytag Ovens

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My whirpool double oven suddenly quit working tonight. It was baking and when I pushed the light button everything shut off. The control panel remains black and the oven will not work. We have checked the...

Your kitchen outlet plugs have nothing to do with the oven. It gets power from it own dedicated circuit breakers. They are marked as either 30-40-or 50 amp and are a double breaker, two beakers connected by am arm or bar. It is possible for one of these two breakers to fail and cause your problem. If you have already tried to rest the breaker by turning it off and back on, with no results, then you will need a qualified electrician to check you the circuit. Your oven runs on high voltage, 220-240 and attempting to do any repairs can be hazardous.
It might also be that the problem is in the oven itself. A failure of the ovens internal control circuit would also cause your problem.

Any chance the oven is still under warranty? Even if not under manufacturer warranty, it still might have an extend warranty if purchased with certain credit cards,(MasterCard or American Express)
Good luck, J

Feb 05, 2011 | Whirlpool RBD305PV Electric Double Oven

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Our belling double elec oven has just stopped working, no power at all and the fuse has not tripped? any help out there?

Are you sure there is power on the outlet? If yes then probably the power cord is at fault. You should have a handy tester at hand to go further. You could buy a cheap one at any hardware or electronic shop. Now for the power cord. First remove the back cover of your unit. Then set your multimeter to voltmeter range... at the highest range. Plug your oven to the power outlet. Trace the line of the power cord inside the oven. Look for the connections and markings for Line1 and Line2. Now point your test prod to these connections. You should read a voltage similar to your power outlet. If not then replace the power cord. If its OK then remove the power cord to the power outlet. Set the multimeter to the Ohmmeter range. Check the coil if it is OK. You should read a reading of less than a hundred ohms or more. Be sure to remove any connections to the coil before doing this test. If everything goes well according to the test procedure then the culprit must be the power switch or the connection going to it or to the coil.

Jan 03, 2011 | Ovens

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Electrical output requirement for a buit-in oven and cooktop

Providing the existing switch outlet iscontrolled by a 30amp circuit fuse or trip, then there is no problem connecting the 2 appliances to the same switch.
If on the other hand, it is controlled by a 13 amp breaker, then you cannot connect both appliances to this, you would have to use 2 seperate sockets.
Hope this clarifys your question.

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Belling fan assisted ovens

no you can't connect a double oven to a 13a socket!!

needs a proper cooker outlet wired back to the consumer unit

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Thermador sm272zs microwave/oven combo

You have to slide the oven partially out of the wall and there is a metal cover panel on top...remove it and you will be able to access the wiring panels, etc.

Dec 03, 2007 | Thermador SMW272 Electric Double Oven

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