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Alex, I don't know how old your Vermont Castings Intrepid wood stove is, but the only available Owner's Manual is for their fairly new model Intrepid II wood stove.
A little quick history. Vermont Castings was an independent company 10 years ago, that was bought up by Majestic (FMC) Fireplace Company of Canada. About 5 years ago, Majestic went belly up and the VC line was purchased by Monesson Hearth Products. There have been some improvements to their wood stoves in the past couple of years, so as to meet the new EPA Requirements. So, this manual may show some things your stove doesn't have. http://literature.mhsc.com/vermont_castings/manuals/2000966_Intrepid_II_30.pdf
The specifications depend on where you live or want to install this stove. If you live in the U.S, U.K. or A.U., and the stove doesn't meet the new or current EPA, NFPA Standards or your home owners insurance standards, you can't install or use it. Here's the common rule of thumb, if the stove is 10 years or older, it won't meet the standards. It's best to check with your area's local officials, before installing it.
Finding an match to your Owners Manual is difficult at best. As, Vermont Castings has gone through 2 different corporate ownerships in 10 years. However, for the most part, their castings and the mechanics for the Radiance model have pretty much stayed the same. This gas stove was manufactured in a Vented and a more efficient Vent-Free model. The installation of the fan was different for each model. Since you didn't specify whether you have a Vented or Vent-free model have included the Owners Manual for both. Keep in mind, these manuals are for the stoves that currently being produced, but the installation is very similar. You will be removing the blower rather than installing it, so do everything in reverse.
The first thing I would check is the breaker for the oven at the breaker box. I have encountered similar problems and a partially thrown breaker ( or one pole of a double-pole breaker) can cause this. Find your "range breaker" in your breaker box and cut it off then flip it back on. There is a good chance that might fix your breaker. If it is an older house with fuses, then the range would be on two fuses and one of them is blown. This happens to dryers also (if the right fuse/breaker goes, the motor runs but it won't heat)
Hope this helps
glass top stoves are not designed to do canning on, sorry. the only thing you can do for the top is that special cleaner as it has a "wax" in it and will help to prevent stains, but not scratches. remember your top is glass and it will scratch. your oven can be calibrated to help it to bake better. what you need to do is make sure you have a temperature problem that can be corrected by calibration. try to just set the oven temps up or down 10 or 20 degrees and try to bake the same items. if this helps then you can reset the calibration of the control as per your owners manual, if you dont have one then i can tell you how if you can tell me the brand and model.
You can look up your ge owners manual at ge.com . If the oven has stopped working chances are you have a bad ignitor. the part number is WB2X9154 . The part is $69.99 and I have this item in stock. Shipping will be $6.50 in the continental US> I hope this will FixYa. If you have more questions please let me know. I can tell you how to remove the old ignitor if needed. Anderson Appliance Mike Anderson (Owner) (865)945-3808