Question about Ovens
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.
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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