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Old 02-23-2012, 01:43 PM   #1
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Glasstop stove hums when on


I noticed a low hum from one of the eyes on my stove when it is heating. Is this normal? I've never noticed it before. Should I replace this one? The stove is only 3 years old.

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I noticed a low hum from one of the eyes on my stove when it is heating. Is this normal? I've never noticed it before. Should I replace this one? The stove is only 3 years old.
what the hell is an eye?

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The element. The hot thingie. The thing that burns you. Everyone I know calls it that.

After I got home, I looked at it again and I realized that the 'burn thingie' is actually a bunch of LEDs ( or at least that's what it looks like ).

Anyhoo, is this a sign of something wrong?
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