Oven problems caused by steaming or local conditions
Up until now, after 7 years I have loved my Frigidaire double convection oven made by Electrolux. It browns a roast, cookies and bread beautifully.
However this summer, I am experiencing expensive breakdowns of the electrical relay boards. Is this common? My repairman says that it is common in this area to experience this because of all of the oak trees mingling with the powerlines. I live in Florida - and we do have electrical power surges due to all of the high air condition needs, thunderstorms, etc.
I am afraid to ask if it has something to do with me using steam.... I use a roasting pan filled with barbeque stones. I have never really needed the oven in the summer before, other than for roast potatoes or birthday cakes - as we almost always grill, stir fry or pasta for meals.
Do any of you electrical buffs have any opinion on the use of steam/water in the oven causing relay board problems?