Question about Smeg SE399X/5 Stainless Steel Electric Single Oven
you would need to be able to take a multimeter and test from the control to the switch and then from the switch to the element sometimes u can have power going to the control and not leaving the control in this instance you would have to replace the control if on the other hand it leaves the control and goes to the switch sometimes a switch may either arc on the inside of the switch making the switch stay opened in which when this happens the power would not go off or arc closed in which you would not be able to turn on the unit no matter which setting you set the switch to lastly you would assure that power is going to the element and you could also do a continuity test to assure that the element has no breaks in it. personally this sounds like a switch issue that you are having if you are unfamiliar with performing electrical tests i would suggest you call for a techncian. It is always better when it comes to electricity to be safe then sorry. if you have any further questions message me back and please remember when our chat has fully concluded to rank how this opinion has helped it allows me to help others in similar situations Thanks Rick
Posted on Mar 19, 2011
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