Hello: Chris You said that the stove is completely electronic, and that may be where the problem is. I had a new gas stove, about a year and a few months old. I turned off the power, however, we had 220 for all electric. There is usually a web site for your stove. Once I had called the company, I had the back cover off, and i could check out a code on the clock area which tells you what is likely to be wrong. After I read the code, and rot the most likely fault, i made a repair to a connection. It worked good for about 3 months, and i had the same problem. This time, after i checked out my repair, I called the company that installed it. This time, the code was the same and the wire that got so hot as to burn off the insulation was not so bad, but still hot. When i talked to the tech., He said that the computer could be damaged! At that point, we thought we would get him down. Once He looked, he decided that if it failed again, that we needed a new stove. That made me mad. We bought a stove from the second dealer, And He agreed-ed that the computer is not lasting to long. We bought a new stove, and had it brought over the next day. The story is__Don"t spend a lot on a fancy stove. Get a lower priced stove, and when it's broken, and after you tried to fix it. If the repair don't last, Buy a new one. Sorry, but it could be your problem. Ir you bough a repair , and it's under warren tee get it fixed. If out of warranty, If you can check do it. If it sounds like a computer might be involved, get another! Good luck.
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