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Have an electric cooktop (RV36b) or Cabp3. One is top and

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Have an electric cooktop (RV36b) or Cabp3 . One is top and other must be fan. The fan still comes up, but while using almost all the burners, it stopped heating. I tried to flip the electric breaker but didn't seem to work . Help!
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Electrical
Expert:  Wayne Roberts replied 1 year ago.

Hello, My name is ***** ***** i would love to help you get this straight.

Expert:  Wayne Roberts replied 1 year ago.

Do you have a multimeter handy?

Expert:  Wayne Roberts replied 1 year ago.

I am thinking of reasons that this could have happened. From what you are describing it sounds like you lost a leg in your range circuit. But without a multlimeter and a few tests we cant really narrow it down. Let me ask this. You said the fan still comes on, i assume the clock still works too?

Expert:  Wayne Roberts replied 1 year ago.

Oh wow, i just looked up the model, i get what you mean by the fan "comes up" :) fancy

Expert:  Wayne Roberts replied 1 year ago.

If the burners are not coming on at all you have lost a feed to your range, we can probably fix that if you have a multimeter and a screwdriver.

Expert:  Wayne Roberts replied 1 year ago.

If you can get a multimeter, accept he phone call and I will guide you thorough the process. :) otherwise happy holidays!

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