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Top oven appears to have no power going to it.

I just had this installed last week. It worked perfectly. Today I see that the control panel is off, the lights (in both top and bottom) don't go on, the fan doesn't go on. The bottom oven, aside from the fan, is still working. It looks like there is no power. Coincidentally, on my electric meter outside the house, the wheel has completely stopped turning even though the only thing that doesn't work in the house is this top oven.

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Contact an electrician and or the power company.
I believe you have lost the neutral/ground in your power service.

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