Question about Ovens
When I put the power back on the oven seems to workd fine but is it? will it over heat, is it connected to the thermostat???
Cannot offord to fix, very worried to use
Please help, thankyou very much
Should be safe to use, but it sounds as if a number of things are going on. First the breaker tripping is a sign that too much of a strain on power is happening. If all oven elements are on and the oven at say 450 is tripping the breaker, make sure that grease has not gotten into the elements, and that they are in good shape. The breaker or chord or outlet may be going bad. You need to visually inspect all
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