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The most likely cause is an internal fuse which has blown. This can be replaced with a fuse of the same volt/ampere rating. Note that a blown internal fuse is most likely due to a fault on the oven's power circuit and further inspection may be neccessary.

Please feel free to contact me for any further assistance.

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Good luck dear.

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