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Loss of power to oven clock

I have a problem with a Belling countrychef oven. There is no power to the digital clock. I have traced the circuit to what looks like a thermal cut-out/relay in line with the clock power supply.

Belling can't give me a schematic diagram as it's against ''health and safety''.

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Chances are it's the thermal fuse, the the health and safety issue is because the fuse link will only melt if excessive heat was in the area of the fuse. They don't want the user to just replace the fuse as there is a risk of fire if the fuse melted and is just replaced. The cause of the excessive heat needs to be determined.
I had the same problem with a KitchenAid double oven. There was a factory recall on the unit which required replacement of the fan modules, over temp sensors and rerouting of wires.

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