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Patricio

Kenmore Range 665.95023101

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uh huh Patricio, got ya butt kicked didn't you? If you keep on going out on repairs without first being prepared, I predict much more butt-kickage in your future.

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No I did not get my butt kicked. I kicked bad boote. Traced down a short crossing L2 & neutral to the control board. All the irons I have in fire dictates the time I have. Manual was not found in downloads with my phone was late evening before I could post. Customer was out of state I was close from another call. It is always time consuming tracing shorts with or without scheme. Analytical common sense prevailed

Problem was found, top burners are working again & control board is needed to get oven elements working again. Tech sheet will be a follow up to complete education of unit. BTW, clients daughter is tickled she has stove top burners since she has been with out for a week. I made a sound judgement that pleased my customer. If I did not go yesterday afternoon it would have been 2 more days without. Peace

Thank you Neighbor's

Thank you Neighbor's

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