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** Do you happen to have a electrical multi meter?
Its for test power. What I would like you to do is the go back out to your breaker box and turn off the breaker and then turn it back on. I know you said the break was still on. But sometimes they look on but really are not.
That's is fine. But first try the break.
OK. Without a multi meter its going to be tough to figure out. The only other thing I can suggest is to pull out the range and unplug it. And follow the cord back to the range and you should see a panel that can be removed where you can see where the cord connects to the range and see if the cord looks burnt.
This is a 240 volt electric range. That mean you have 2 legs of 120 volts coming into the unit. That's how you 240 volts. Chances are you are only getting one leg coming into the oven and only allowing the clock to work and nothing else.
Yes. Now that box should only have one or two screw holding it on. I don't want you to mistaken it for the whole back panel. If you do not see burnt wired we will then need a electrical multi meter. Don't forget to unplug it.
No where not done. I won't hit finish on my side until we find out what is wrong.
we're not done. Sorry for the misspelling.
From my understanding you have a friend that has a meter but you won't talk to him until tomorrow. So if you don't find any burnt wires we will need the meter. But if you do find a burnt wire let me know. I will be stepping away for the rest of the day and will check back in later.
Was your friend able to check 240 volts at the incoming power?
I am taken since I have not heard back from you the problem was not getting the correct power.
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