Can't Turn Off Stovetop at Breaker Box?

I have tried every breaker in the box, but cannot turn off the stove top unit. Help!

By Rdm


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April 20, 20150 found this helpful

If you turned off the main breaker and killed power to your entire house and the stove stayed on, then your stove is not on that panel.

A residence typically only has one panel in the house, but confirm you do not have two.

If you do not, it may be possible that your stove is connected directly to the incoming main. If this is the case, it is not legal and you need to get it corrected immediately.

Consider getting an electrician involved and the electrician may have to get the utility involved to get this fixed.

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April 20, 20150 found this helpful

Bruce is right. My feeling is that a stove top is an 80's appliance.


When I had mine, it was wired directly to a box under the house. Yes, get it fixed and quick. Hope these both helped.

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