Question about Kitchen Ranges
The answer to that is YES, you must turn them off before any attempt, in other to avoid any electrocution, that is the first safety measure while dealing with electricity, you can check ACE, it should be available, but if not, you will need to order it online, you can order for it at either ebay.com or ereplacementparts.com.
Posted on Mar 13, 2011
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