Question about Ovens
The oven uses 220 volts the top may only use 110 volts . when the breaker trips it just may not be able to handle the load . the range may be ok but the breaker may be at fault . it may even be a loose connection . this causes heat and may trip the breaker ..mm hope some of this helps . i think you should have a electrcian ck your power . ,, mm
Posted on Nov 08, 2010
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