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Sounds like you have a shorting membrane keypad, or there any be moisture or grease in the controls. To remove the controller to check for grease and moisture, see the video here. We would need your full model number from the tag in the cooking cavity or elsewhere on the oven to help you further, and our advice is free. Please post a new help request with the full model number.
Sounds like you have a bad door switch. make sure each button on the top of the switches snaps back up after it is puched down. Also, look at the wires where they push onto the switches. if any of the plastic insulators look brown you have a bad connection there and will need to replace the switch and the terminals going to it.
j..first, I'd check the internal fuse on this unit. It sounds like it is blown. Alternatively, you might have blown a thermosensor if you don't have a fuse. Generally, they are found clamped in sheet metal attached to the side of the oven in the control area. They are usually the size of a dime in diameter and about 3/8 inch thick with two plug ins. With the power off, have a look at it using a tester. It should have continuity...if not replace it. No tester? Remove both plugs, and connect them using a paper clip and tape up. Plug in and try it. If it works...replace the sensor...never operate without one!