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Stove Not Working After Circuit Tripped

A circuit breaker (double) for the stove in my house has tripped 3 times in the last week. The first two times, it reset. The last time, it will click off and back on, but the stove will not come on. What should I check? Could it be the appliance or circuit breaker?

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By Lynne from Indian Harbour Beach, FL

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June 30, 20100 found this helpful

I would have someone (like an appliance repair person) look at the stove; it might have short circuited, and may or may not be worth having repaired. Good luck.

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June 30, 20100 found this helpful

Some newer models have a reset button, too. This is generally located on the back of the stove, near the top for ease of location. Look up the model of your stove on Google, and see if you can find out more.

Good luck!

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