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cassie  
#1 Posted : Wednesday, January 2, 2008 9:19:31 AM(UTC)
cassie

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This stove was in the condo when I bought it. Christmas day I was using three burners to cook vegetables when there was a loud pop. Two fuses burnt out controlling my left front and left rear burners and I lost the complete power in my condo. The switch that controls the stove was tripped to the middle position. I had to put this back on to the on position and I had to reset the main bar to get my power back on in the condo. I replaced these two fuses.

Yesterday I was using just one burner - a different one from Christmas day (right rear burner) and again I heard a loud pop. The fuse for this burner burnt out and again the stove switch was tripped to the off position and I lost complete power in my condo.

Have you ever heard of this happening that when fuses burn out the main power switch is tripped? The fuses were the correct ampage (20) and the main power bar is 100 amps.
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