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Check the fuse/ circuit breaker in the fuse box first if that's ok some electric cookers have a fuse or a fusible link inside the back panel, you will need a multimeter to test it (be careful electric cookers are dangerous to work on) if you are not familiar with them.
My gas oven stopped working properly - called in the repair man and he replaced two of the three ceramic ignitors. (I have a two oven model). Apparently they only last / work well for 3-5 years. Kinda sounded crazy to me - but verified on the internet they are required to be replaced. Not sure I'd call the repair man next time - get the part yourself, one screw & two wires to replace. I'm no expert - but that solved my problem.
if the clock is not set the ovens wont work,they dont have to say the right time but they do have to have a time. to set the clock hold the hand button and the clock button(first two buttons),and then plus or minus to set the time