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Andrew Lovelace Posted on Feb 06, 2007
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Help! When my wife was cooking dinner tonight, all of the eyes on our stove quit heating. Suddenly the clock went out. We turned the power off and I reset the circuit breaker to the range. The clock stayed off, but when we turned one of the eyes back on, the oven buzzed and the power came back on. Still no action from the eyes. When we turned the eye off, the power went back out. after letting it alone for a moment, the oven buzzed again and apparently reset itself. I cycled through the same functions, i.e. using the eyes etc. Same problem exists. Hope somebody's got a clue!

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Gluehead Most likely it is a problem with the power supply. It suppose to come two hot (120V) lines to your range and looks like one of them is missing. I would reccomend you to call an electrician to check both circuit breakers and the power from the wall outlet. Gendos...post back

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