House was rewired by friends a couple years ago. All the outlets in my house were switched out but 2 in my laundry room. That's the room with the breaker box and I had all my stuff for the house stored in there. I think that's the reason why they didn't get switched out. Anyway. my laundry room shares a wall with the kitchen. My stove is on that wall. The power doesn't work on either side of the wall. I've had to use an extension cord to use my stove and switch it to use my washer. Every other outlet works in my house. Is it possible that the whole wall doesn't work b/c the old outlet is still installed? There's only 1 outlet on each side. The one for my stove was replaced but it doesn't work either. I'm at a loss and really hope this is the issue.
By code a washer receptacle should be on its own 20A circuit. It sounds like someone at sometime went back to back and tapped the washer circuit to install a receptacle to serve the 120V controls for the oven. Since controls usually use very little power I see no problem with that.
What you need to do is find the washer circuit in you panel and see if there is a breaker problem or for some reason. The panel should be labeled and should tell you which breaker is the washer circuit. What are the odds on that? Regardless, you might open the receptacles and check to see if a wire has pulled loose. MAKE SURE ALL POSSIBLE CIRCUITS ARE DEAD. If it's not that then the problem is in the panel.
I always hesitate to tell someone who isn't licensed to open a panel and check the breakers and circuitry because bad things can happen and you need to be properly trained. If it isn't a tripped 20A breaker it might be wise to have a professional help you from there.
If I had 50 reputation I'd just comment :)
But I had a similar issue a few days ago, all wires were intact, GFCI receptacles worked fine, and it was only a room and a half that was out of power, no breakers flipped. It came down to one of the receptacles had a wire that was bent and about to break; your problem sounds like a similar issue
When I changed the other 4 receptacles the wires in the back were loose from being so old...that rung the dangerous bell :/
I'm no electrician but I'm pretty sure the washer and dryer should both have their own breaker apart from the kitchen.