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I'd say this one needs to be thrown out, or more fully disabled so someone else does not pick it out of the trash to use it and then thrown out. The bubbly plastic bits in where the food goes are not a good thing, and there may well be some hidden damage as well. If it was me, I would not replace it with the exact same model, either. I would expect the ...


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It doesn't sound like a short. It happens after five minutes... each time. To me it also sounds like loose wiring or a bad breaker. I would turn the circuit off and than I would visually inspect the back of the receptacle first. Are the screws tight? Any burnt looking wires anywhere in the box? Than if that is good I would switch that breaker out for a ...


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There is obviously something wrong, and I highly doubt it is the breaker. You can view the wiring in the panel by turning off the main breaker and unscrewing the cover plate. You will see something like this: As you can see, there is not much opportunity for a short, however, if the wires are touching somehow and burnt, then it could be a short. You could ...


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You'll need: NEMA 14-50 receptacle. 40 ampere double pole breaker Four 8 AWG copper conductors, or four 6 AWG aluminum conductors (Hot, Hot, Neutral, Ground). It's common for builders to use a 50 ampere breaker and larger conductors, to make sure the circuit can handle any range the owner's might use. But if you're installing the circuit to support a ...


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The install guide for the oven lists a 40 amp circuit.


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Dawn is primarily sodium lauryl sulfate (or sodium dodecyl sulfate), which is used in darn near every other soap containing product, including shampoo and toothpaste. It is a pretty good skin irritant, especially when dry, but....if you can wash your hair with it, I wouldn't worry about a tiny little bit left over in your oven. As someone else pointed ...



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