Symptoms: Total Power Failure of the stove. No response at the control panel.
Resolution: If you are experiencing a total power failure, there are a few places you will want to start, including: checking the fuse, and ensuring tight connections at the electronics.
This video series will help you troubleshoot total power loss situations:
You can also do a temporary bypass of the power supply toggle switch, to test that portion if you do not have a voltmeter.
- Unplug the power cord.
- Take the inside cover off the switch block to expose the inner connections.
- Remove the connecting metal filaments, and then connect your wire spade connectors directly to the circled posts shown below.
- Connect the yellow striped wire to green, blue to blue, and red to red.
- This will power the stove, and still be connected through the internal fuse.
Cause: The most probable cause for this is when the contacts within the toggle switch heat up and separate, causing a total loss of continuity for the circuit. (This is why the temporary bypass of the switch often works)
The ECO setting also puts a lot of stress on the igniters and electronics for its frequent cycling. So if you are using that mode, you may want to consider turning it off, and using Manual mode.