Electrical Question From Kevin About Oven Wiring
My kitchen stove, only 3 yrs. old has quit. I have power to the clock; burner lights come on, but no heat.
Electrical Question about Oven Wiring
Received from Kevin a Homeowner in Ontario, Canada
Question:My kitchen stove, only 3 yrs. old has quit. I have power to the clock; burner lights come on, but no heat. Also trouble code says GOOD. But no heat from burners and oven element. It is an Inglis model. Thank You in advance.
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