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No power all of a sudden, no clock, no light, no power to the ''wall'' unit mounted under the surface unit (which works fine) no breaker heated breaker, no thrown breaker...nothing..... 11 years old and always a consistant performer....???

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Re: no power

First thing to do is pull the oven and check if there is 240 volts going to the oven. The display works off 1 of the 120 volt legs of the 240. If you have the 240 volts, then your issue is with either the display or relay board.

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