Has a household circuit breaker tripped or fuse blown?
Check to make sure a household fuse has not blown or that a circuit breaker has tripped. Reset the circuit breaker or replace the fuse if necessary.
Power unit down by turning off the circuit breaker(s) for thirty (30) seconds.
Power unit up by turning on the circuit breaker(s).
If the problem continues, contact a licensed electrician.
If not resolved, please note the following:
Disconnect power cord and / or turn off circuit breaker that controls the appliance.
Dual Fuel Gas Cooktop:
Has the range been recently installed or re-connected to the gas supply?
It is possible for air to be trapped in the gas line when the range has been recently installed or re-connected to the gas supply. Turn on any of the surface burners to release air from the gas lines.
Is the Main Gas Valve turned ON?
Verify the main gas valve is ON.
The shut off will, typically, be on the gas branch piping immediately after the piping comes thru the wall/floor.
CLICK HERE for more information on the Main Gas Valve.
Still need help? Call or schedule service.
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