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It sounds to me like internal fuse on the power board of the TV. It is usualy a glass cilinder with metal caps on both sides, could be found in any electrical shop or even car-part shops because old cars used same fuses some time ago
If you are not knowledgable in electricity, call for service.
This is an electrical short at the light, I have seen this before.
The wiring for the light has grounded to the oven. This causes the main fuse to blow. You will need to fix the short first. Then reset the main fuse/replace.
In the case of the wall oven, you may have to remove the oven to fix it properly. Depending on the model and where the short is.
check your fuses. I expect its one of you main uses located under he hood. You also have another fuse box under the dash in the drivers side footwell. Check all the fuses and if any are broken and replace if necessary. Further electrical problems will likely need to be diagnosed by a shop.
Initially, check the fuse and fuse holder in the fuse box under the seat. Pay Particular attention to the middle fuse. In some instances, the fuse itself maybe good but the holder is loose or corroded. Do the same for the ignition switch.
Most probably...a loose electrical connection. Since you mentioned that the electrical power and the engine got cut off and after sitting for a brief of time, the van cranked back up. You need to check the wiring to see if there's any loose connection.
Here, I provided you the link where you can download the wiring diagram for your 2000 Ford Windstar: