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First thing is to reset the breaker, it's tripped right now, so turn it on then off again then back on. If it kicks right back off again leave it off as you have a dead short and that can be dangerous especially with an electric oven. In that case call an appliance repair person.
If the breaker stays on after you reset it go back to your oven and see if it has come back on and is working. If it has power but the display is flashing some error code you will need to troubleshoot with the owners manual or look online for a manual.
If the oven is only a few years old it should "reboot" itself when power is restored. Some models require that you manually reset them with some combination of buttons (that's where you need the manual).
When you refer to resetting it are you talking about turning the mains power off and then back on? Or are you talking about resetting the electronic timer? The electronic timer must be in the manual mode for the oven to work. Turn the oven on and play with the timer. When the oven indicator light comes on you know the oven is working.
power to the main oven has to go through the oven clock if time is not set main oven will not work also if clock set on auto time rather than manual oven will not work conversley if clock is faulty it will not work top oven is unaffected as oven clock auto timer cannot be used on top oven.try resetting power of and on again reset time on clock if clock not faulty oven will now work.
I dont know your model but it seems like the clock needs resetting if you have a manual it will tell you in the book.if not just keep pushing buttons. normally holding the 2 on rhs then pressing other buttons can do it keep fan oven switched on as you try to reset
I found the Owner Manual, but could not find the Installation Manual. Do you have it, and does it say to hook the oven to a GFI protected power source?
Just because of the way the electronics work in the oven, and the way the electronics work in the GFI, I don't think that they work together. The oven is a permanent appliance, so I don't know of any reason it would need it.
How long have you had this oven installed, and connected to the GFI? Has anything changed, like you washed the oven down and got water inside it. Is a non GFI circuit available nearby where you could wire the oven?
Let me know what you find. It's been awhile since I looked at a new Electrical Code (NEC) book, and even with that, you local ordinances can over ride the NEC.