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No power in oven

Hi, i have a indesit duel fuel free standing cooker, the oven and grill will not work, the top half that runs off gas is working fine and the ignition is also working, do you have any ideas as to what this could be i really need my cooker up and running before christmas so any help would be appriciated

kind regards vicki

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    hey, worked a treat, thank you so much

  • Anonymous Apr 27, 2009

    I had this same problem and did what barkencoa suggested - thank you! I'm appliance stupid and this saved me calling in a professional! now if you can fix my creda shower....

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If it has a digital or anologue timer, make sure it is set on manual, or the oven will not work.

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