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 Posted: Tue Jun 22nd, 2010 04:27 am
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Okay here's whats up,  last summer my grandmother was getting power surges and they apparently killed the control panel on an oven she had for 3 years.  The repair men brought out 3 new control panels and each of them blew. Finally her insurance got her a new stove and the control panel on it blew in less than 2 hrs without being used. The next day we called an electrician and he checked and could find nothing wrong so we called the store where the stove came from and they agreed to send another one. so today a second electrician came out and installed a whole house surge protector and the new stove seemed to work but 5 hrs later the panel is dead again.. my grandmother cant afford to keep calling people out. any ideas would be greatly appreciated as we are all at our wits end over it.

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A bad House electrical Neutral Wire (or connection) would blow the Controllers ...

OR the Neutral Wire (or connection) from the Electric Company's Power Pole ...



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We've had the power company check the line twice the first time they fixed the loose neutral we've had 2 electricians back out and everything checks out and they just installed a whole house surge protector to prevent that you see the clock and every thing working then look again and its dead

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mbutler26 wrote: We've had the power company check the line twice the first time they fixed the loose neutral ...

seems like the Neutral is loose again .. or in a different connection location...

call the Electric Company again ..

 



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Yep I agree with Reg.



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Did they check the neutral for this circuit at the neutral bus in the circuit breaker box to make sure it's goodntight?



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