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ProGrade, Certified Electrical Contractor
Category: Electrical
Satisfied Customers: 547
Experience:  28+ years exp. - installation, troubleshooting, & repair of commercial, & residential electrical systems.
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are you a free service?
Submitted: 8 months ago.
Category: Electrical
Expert:  ProGrade replied 8 months ago.

Ann, welcome to

Unfortunately, we are not a free service. From your initial description, the problem could be a defective outlet, cord, or a problem with the range.

You could isolate the problem by turning the breaker off then unplugging the unit. You could then inspect the outlet & determine if it is the cause or if you need an appliance repair person. If the outlet does not appear to be damaged it would be good to remove the cover to inspect it internally. If all appears to be well inside the outlet and all connections are tight, replace the cover and restore power to the outlet. If all of this goes well the problem is probably in the range.

Please let me know if you have any questions and don't forget to rate my service before leaving the site.

Thank you

Customer: replied 8 months ago.
Ok. Thx
Expert:  ProGrade replied 8 months ago.

You are welcome, let me know what you find

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