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Question DetailsAsked on 1/26/2015

Burner and oven stopped working on electric stove, circuit breaker ok, should I replace power cord?

Using three burners and oven when all stopped working. Light and clock still on. Tried unplug/plug, tried circuit breaker. Looked in back panel - wires looked ok. Now all off but if turn burner knob clock comes on and blinks.

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Blinking control panel or clock is commonly a sign that an electronic circuit board has failed, but can be other things too.


You could find the make and model (usually inside oven door, on door or doorpost - but sometimes inside bottom pullout drawer) and google for your instruction manual and for the repair guide, which typically has the error code info. You can usually find manuals at SearsAtHome in the parts section - also other parts vendors online.


Unlikely this is a DIY repair, and cost could be anywhere from service call charge of about $75-125 on up depending on what is wrong. Your Search the List category is Appliance Repair - Large.

Answered 4 years ago by LCD




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