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Just had the same thing after cleaning the oven. Mostlikely, the upper hinge on the left side of the oven door is out of alignment and not hitting the switch. Take the door off and gently bend the upper arm of the hinge inward and it should hit the switch. Otherwise, take of the left side panel (really easy, 6 screws) and you can see for yourself how the upper arm of the hinge hits/ should hit the swithch.
good you have changed the door seal but you cant do the wiring because if the wires are fully burnt it is difficult to notyfy which wire is connected to which part of the oven so please call the engineer he will do it.
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