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You don't give any info what cooker you have or where you live
If you live in UK then contact the dealer where you bought from as its under guarantee, sounds like a fault clock unit
( also try leaving your cooker off at the mains for a few mins, then try again, make sure you holding down the correct buttons) good luck!
You will have to contact the place you bought the new cooker from. There can be problems with warranty if you did not have it installed by a qualified technician as required by the manufacturers. Some more information on what is the model of the cooker and where you purchased from might help with providing any additional guidance on your options. Also a description of the problem might help.
Check the power panel on your house for the circuit breaker for the oven. It will be two breakers with their handles joined so idf one trips so will the other. Good idea, but sometimes one will trip but not the other. This allows the 120 volt parts like the fan and oven light to work but the heating element won't work because there is no 240 volts for the element. You can try resetting the breaker, but in my experience replacing the breaker will ultimately fix the problem
Installed the new Dual Regulated switch which operates the Gril, but have got the wires inserted incorrectly. Need help wiring it up. Wires are 2x Red,Black,brown,gray,Yellow and a red link wire which came with the part New switch is a Diamond H - 48ER101C1P. Numbers on switch are S1,P2,2,P1,4,S2 At the moment I have no cooker - help.