The power went off/on this morning. Now my oven control panel works
fine, but there is no power going to any of the burners. I took off
the back cover but could not find any fuse or circuit breaker. I can
post pictures .
On Dec 31, 11:06 am, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
One leg of your 240 V supply to the oven/stove is dead. Go to your
service entry box and turn the stove breaker off, then on. If that
fixes the problem, everything may be in working order. If not, then if
you have a voltmeter or test lamp check both breaker connections for
voltage to ground. If OK, the problem is at the appliance connections.
With power off, check for loose wire connections and such. If all this
is not something you feel confident to deal with, call a qualified
electrician. Good luck.
On Dec 31, 12:06 pm, email@example.com wrote:
Sounds like one of the phases is dead. Your control panel works
because it works off of one of the phases. Check the elect panel. It
could be that your oven is on 2 seperate breakers instead of the usual
double pole breaker, so one of the breakers might have tripped.
If it looks good, check for voltage at the stove.
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