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ZBS 1063 displayng

My ZBS 1063 is displaying safe on startup (when power is supplied) and I cant turn the oven on to do anything. When I do try I simply get a beep but no activity. Gas still works on the hob but the main oven function seems dead.

Any help much appreciated, Arran

The oven ive selected is the closest to the one I have in terms of medel number. (I have got the ZBS 1063 from the manual)

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You have activated in some way the "child protection" function.
Please, check on the instruction book how to deactivate it .

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