I have always had GAS stoves.
Sometimes friends ask me for help in fixing a problem. Hence my question.
In today's paper, a guy reported about his dead stove ( obviously electric )
that he tried to RESET the breaker and when that did not work he had to call
the repairman >>>
"Technician pulled the unit out of the cabinet about 6 inches, hit the overload
button and slid everything back into place. He was done in 3 minutes and wrote
me a bill for $142.50"
This post is NOT about the cost and time involved.
1) Do all or most ELECTRIC stoves have RESET/OVERLOAD buttons ?
2) WHERE are they normally located ??
This sounds like it was a wall oven.
How about a normal standing on the floor model ?