My burners and oven do not work. I have 120 volts on each leg feeding into the stove. and have power at each burner switch behind the panel but nothing comes on. i did get it to work for a while the it cut off any ideas
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Check your circuit breakers, they should be double breakers. Probably 30 to 50 AMP. Sometimes one side of a double breaker will trip or fail. This will give the appliance 120 volts instead of 220. The "leg" of the 220 volt circuit that is out might control the stove's display, and the oven would not work on 120 volts. If the burners aren't as hot as they should be, or are slow in heating up it would also indicate a faulty breaker If it's not the breakers it's likely a problem in the stove circuitry.
The first thing I would check is the incoming power supply. Make sure you are getting at least 120 volts on each leg (red to center, black to center) and between black to red, you need at least 240 volts. Sounds like you are having a household power supply issue.
Hello, is this a two electrical filament hot plate? Also, is this range
stove/oven? I'm a little confused here on what exactly what you are referring to
hot plate or cook stove with electrical burners and oven. If it a really old hot
plate with one burner look at the plug there could be a fuse in it. If it is
electrical range then check the control board and see they a fuse on. If not,
check the voltage with a volt meter. Be very careful here there two phase that
is 240 Volts AC. The voltage will be split between the two l20 hot legs AC which
is 120 degrees out of phase in respect to each other; in other words, don't both
of them don't let them touch each other.
If it a kitchen stove I'm fairly sure that the control board is shot and with
this not operating it will not open the current/voltage relays for the
electrical burners. REMEMBER YOU ARE DEALING WITH 240 VOLT AC...BE CAREFUL....
According to your symptoms, it appears that you will need a new electronic oven control board. If nothing on the range heats, you could have a tripped breaker on the 120 volt L2 leg of 240 volt power. This would prevent the cook top burners and the oven elements from heating.
The stove has 4 burner switches with a # 2 terminal on each switch. This contact is similiar on all four switches. One of the switches # 2 contact is stuck. The burner switch should disconnect both legs of the 240 volt circuit, one leg through the # 2 terminal and one leg through the thermostat built into the burner switch. Disconnect the pilot lamp wire on each switch unti the light goes off and then replace that burner switch. This should correct the problem
I believe what you mean to say is: you want an electric stove that works with 115-120 volt and not 220-230 volt. Yes there are stoves available that work from 115-120 volt but they are vbery limited in availability. also, do you mean a true oven or just a stove top burner ? stove top burners are fairly easy to find in the regular 115v plug-in style at hardware stores or through catalog order (usually not at appliance stores). If you are looking for an oven with 115v plug-in ability, it will be a bit herder to find.
If you have power to the stove as in the oven light works and the clock works but the burners and oven will not work you only have 120 volts coming to the stove. The stove requires 240 volts for the burners and oven to work. Check the service panel for a blown fuse. There will be 2 fuses in the fuse holder. One of them is blown. If that is not the case then one of the wires has come loose either in the service panel or in the outlet behind the stove. Use a multimeter to check the input voltage at the outlet.
Hi, sounds like your oven is a 240 volt electric. One of your fuses is still blown. 240 volts requires 2 hot legs and obviously you have only one. When you turn on a burner, it completes the circuit to your light. Bottom line, you only have 120 volts to your oven, check the breakers or fuses. Good luck!
No, actually each knob has its own switch and any knob will energize the spark module which sparks at all burners. So, just replace the defective switch which slides over the shaft of the gas valve. Careful! unplug the unit, these are 120 volt switches. Good luck.
From what you are describing, the power to your stove is incorrect. The diagram indicates the voltages that should be present at the receptacle, I suspect one of the 110 volt legs is bad at the receptacle or circuit breaker. The clock operates on the good 110 volt leg. The burners need both 120 volt legs to be good because the burners and oven need 220 volts to work.