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Oven will not turn on

Followed instructions on activating oven, but it will not heat.

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Re: Oven will not turn on

Where are the fuses please?
I see no lights or display.
Gas can be released, however cliker / ignighter fails.
What can I do to repair this please?

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Re: Oven will not turn on

Could be fuses, timer set for auto cook,bad element or bad controlor a wire burnt off

Posted on Nov 22, 2007

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