My LG electric double oven range (LDE3037ST)
which is 3 years old made a popping sound accompanied by the smell of burnt electrical parts?/insulation?, and now the 2 right burners don't work. Is it the burner control board? Would a bad relay create a burnt insulation smell? What could the cause be?
UPDATE: Followed wallyk's advice. I traced the wires from the burners back to the PCB and found the fried relay. You can see the faint smoke mark on the black box in the lower right of the pic below. So, I'll have to replace the board. The insulation on the red wire on the right melted and split. If I cut the wire back to where the insulation is intact, can I re-use the wire? Or does that wire need to be replaced as well? Would it be unsafe to re-use the wire?