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Re: Re: 1953 monarch electric range

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Posted by bill on March 01, 2009 at 12:00:35 from (

In Reply to: Re: 1953 monarch electric range posted by Christine on March 05, 2008 at 20:51:40:

I have a 1932 country charm I have been keeping it working for several years. I am now at an inpass without the schematics. Mainly the oven.The broiler unit is loose going through the back of the oven. One side seems to be always hot so when the burner is shifted arc's and sparks. I have always found the trouble and repair it. This time we did it real good. The broiler heater welded it self to the back of the unit. I fixed that found a wire burnt at the return strip on the inside back of the stove . Replaced the connector the oven still does not turn on. This does have a clock unit on it the clock does not work however unit is in the manual mode. I do not know how the switch from manual to automatic works however all wires seem to be connected. Is there anyone have any ideas. I hate to depend on a microwave. It does a real lousy job on pies. Thank you, Bill in Tacoma WA.

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