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No burner/oven heating after house power outage.

I recently had a partial electrical outage related to one of the incoming utility lines from the house meter to the electric panel. As a result, certain branch circuits were affected. After utility company came and fixed the problem, all went back to normal, except my free-standing electric range/oven. The lights turn on, but there is no heating generated. Prior to the power outage, the unit worked fine. The unit is an Amanna Self-Cleaning oven, and it's more than 9 years old. I am trying to avoid a) Spending $500 for a new appliance, and B) Local authorized repair service fees of $85 for technician to show up, along with materials+labor costs... Wondering if this is something I can do myself. My guess is the outage triggers a safety device. I cannot see any label with model number.

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Try reseting the clock as lots of ovens will not work untill clock is set

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