yes. it happened during and after i used it.
i heard one pop then i turned off the burner.
but i still heard 3 more pops after that.
i am not using any of the burners right now.
is it safe to use the other 3?
is the "shorting out" normal? is it dangerous?
do i need a technician to repair it? or should i just allow my husband to do it himself?
uhm- i can still hear something from the range right now. (i went down to try to get the model #) not sure what the sound is. not a pop....... sounds like more like a "spark" sound. or like a soft popcorn pop sound. but all the burners are off. is it still "shorting?" can it possibly start a fire right now?
anyway, i thought i heard something this morning that's why i had to use this service. the popping happened 2 days ago.
sorry for the stupid questions, im just being paranoid right now.
ok- i unplugged it.
it should be the only plug underneath that area right?
last question though- unless we call a technician, how would we know if the wire already shorted out? is that visible?
ok- thank you so much!