|Fig.1 Electrical |
Supplies and Tools:
Electrical flat tipped screwdriver
In this job, the stove was pulled out because the tiler wanted to tile under the stove area and some wires became loose, thus the stove would not work. My job was to find the problem and solve it.
Step 2: Fig.2 shows the electrical plug laying over the stove top. Next if connected removed the electrical plug from the wall. Turn off the electrical breaker.
|Fig.2 Remove plug|
|Fig.3 Back of stove|
Tip: Remember if you are unsure, call an Appliance Technician.
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