Question about Hotpoint Ovens
There are a couple of quick things to check. First, check the fuses, there will usually be a row of scew-in fuses, probably in the upper cabinet where the controls are. Ensure that the oven controls are set to "off" before you remove any fuses, it is safer. If the fuses are alright, check the oven timer, as many older mechanical timers may stick and effectively "lock-out" the oven. It is not uncommon for a wiring connection to fail, but unless you are comfortable and competant with electrical repairs you may wish to call a service tech. Also, please be aware that the wiring and all the connectors must be rated for use in hot appliances. I hope that this is helpful, Rob
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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