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Be advised that your gas valve may be stuck. Based on all the forums I read where everybody was essentially saying "Just get a new igniter (glow plug) I ordered one and replaced mine. No luck. Left it for 2-3 minutes and turned it off. Tried again. No luck. Then I tapped with the handle end of my screwdrive several times and it lit. Tried it several more ...
In Canada, NMD 8/3 is allowed for up to a 40A circuit, NMD 6/3 is required for 50 A (Actually NMD 6/3 has an ampacity up to 55A, but try to find a 55A breaker…). Sorry, Eric. Additional info: You may find some ampacity tables that list NMD8/3 as having an ampacity of 55A, but these tables assume a 90˚C conductor temp, and the code says you need to use the ...
Considering this problem occurs with multiple control boards -- it may be the keypad itself that's dead. Try replacing the keypad and seeing if that fixes it.
It sounds like something's wrong with your oven's controller board. Assuming you speak Danish, you can search for Voss parts here; I believe your specific model's parts will be here. (Note, though, that I don't see a controller board available, although my nonexistent Danish might be misleading me.)
The feet of all ranges I have moved (20+ of them) are smooth and rounded and have not scratched the floor. But go by the sound it makes when it starts to move: if it sounds like it is gouging or scratching, stop moving immediately and place a protective item under the front feet like a towel, folded newspaper, paper towel, cardboard, etc.
Old bath towels work very well to protect floors if you double or quad fold them. Lift on the front of the kitchen range unit to get the towel in under the front feet or base. Then slide out the range unit the few inches needed. It can actually be helpful to have one person pulling out on the top back of the range (which transfers the weight of the unit ...
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