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#1 Posted : Wednesday, November 25, 2009 6:31:36 PM(UTC)

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ok guys, this is funny. I was cleaning the stove real quick when i stupidly raised the bake element on the bottom and it damn shorted to the inner stove chassis.

well needless to say I popped a 60 amp fuse at the box (old building/condo).
Replaced the fuse, bake element but when I check the wires at the block behind the stove, between neutral and red it is open....good... but between neutral and black I see about 328 ohms.

is that right?
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#2 Posted : Thursday, November 26, 2009 4:23:50 AM(UTC)

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You did not say what the problem is.
One side of the line (120 volts) is used to run the timer, lights etc so it is normal to see a resistance on one side and not the other.
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