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If the phenomenon is intermittent, and you get it going and coming as you restart the oven, then it is likely a bad wiring or a bad connection. Ensure first that the circuit breaker is ok and well in place, then proceed testing wirings. Check connectors to buners, hobs, and controls panel. If all wirings and connections are OK, the what reamins is a faulty control panel or a fault on some of the knob controls.
Reset breaker or unplug and restart stove. Open back of stove to clock face and make sure the harnesses are tightly fitted to clock board. You could even remove and reinstall the harnesses to the clock board. If able, check for 120v to clock. If clock is getting power but not lighting up, replace clock. You did not say whether the clock controls the oven; ie. oven does not work when clock is off. if so, replace clock. If not, ignore it unless you want to know the time from that clock.
This sounds like you are only getting one leg of your power to the stove. The lights will work but that is all. Try reseting the breakers by forcefully shutting both sides of the circuit breaker tied together with a bar or clip. Then forcefully reset them both completly. If your stove still does not work you may want to consult a licensed technician or electrician.
Shut the breaker off!
These are the exact symptoms that a tenant of ours reported for their range. I went to check the range and found that one of the power wires on the terminal block in the back of the range was burning itself up. It had actually started a small wire fire.
You need to pull the range out of it's hole and unplug it. Remove the panel in the back above where the cable goes into the range. Examine the power wires and terminal block carefully, because I bet you'll find one of the wires is burning up and needs to be repaired.
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