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    Talking An independant woman needs to know this

    I'm very independant and like doing things on my own in my house or anywhere for that matter. If something breaks down, I want to fix it myself and I want to know how.

    Today I blew a fuse in my kitchen stove. For once I needed to call dh and ask him where they were. I won't ever forget now, but do you know where the fuses are in your stove?

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    Oh my gosh....I didn't even know my stove had a fuse!

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    I don't think my stove has a fuse. Does it????

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    I don't know,lol.
    I'm blissfully ingnorant for now. I'll ask Dh later & I'm sure he'll wonder why I'm asking. The wide range of topics we discuss in the Village are creeping more and more into my family life.




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    CJ, I would be at a total loss

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    I'll tell you where mine is and you can check yours. Yes, I do believe all stoves have fuses.

    I blew the one that is for the plug-in. But when dh showed me where the fuses were, there we about 6 there I believe.

    Ours opens up at the very top, you know where the clock part is - there. You can just open the lids and viola - there is your fuses.

    Now you might not have them there, they could be in the drawer at the bottom also dh told me.

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    Is this for a gas stove too? None of the parts of my stove are accessible. Sealed burners etc... The bottom drawer is the broiler.

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    thanks Cj for the info. and thanks everyone else i wasn't the only one say stove has a fuse, really. hum

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    I have never heard of stove fuses either. LOL
    Wouldn't we be in a pickle!

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    Getting smarter everyday, thanks CJ.

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    I didn't know they had fuses either. I would be at a loss. I will have to check into it CJ. Thanks for the heads up.
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    I never knew stoves had fuses either lol
    thanks for the info

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