The stove eyes will heat up but the clock and indicator lights on top do not work. They come for a moment but then go off. I took the first on back thinking it was defective but now I am not sure who is defective. I connect this new stove to an old 3 wire plug per the instructions.
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The timer is bad. The timer is a PC Board (Printed Circite) that operates the clock and oven. The stove top eyes are operated by their on switches and have nothing to do with the oven or pc board. Some of them are expensive but not difficult to replace.
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This could be caused by the eye control switch,the eye itself is bad,or the electrical block where the eye itself plugs in.These can be checked with a volt/ohm meter.Also a wire could have burnt under the stove top.Hope this helps. Gregg
Something is stopping the gas flow. Turn off gas. Disconnect line from the stove have someone turn on and off the the gas just for a second.(make sure no flame in room). See if gas is available.If not it is the gas line leading into the house somewhere,not the stove. Follow the piping to the first thng it comes to. Disconnect that line and see if it is open from there back to the connection. If you finally get to the valve,which I dont think you will . You will have to disassemble or replace it.
there may be power but is it enough power??? if electric oven oid check you fuse box/ circuit breakers and physically reset the double breaker controlling the stove, perhaps one leg of power has dropped out
I don't precisely understand...responding. I assume that if you say oven on that the oven isn't heating but the indicator controls are working. This has several possibilities. First, do turn your circuit breakers off then on...there are two linked together. This may reset something. If that fails, your problems are likely in either the high limit safety switch or the heating elements. The elements are more likely. To check them, turn off the power and remove them from the oven. This is usually by taking out one screw and unclipping the element. See if the element is bulged or damaged. If not, use a multitester to see if one of them is not conducting. Replace it. High limit should conduct fully. Use the curcuit diagram on the stove to determine its location.
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