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The hob is normally totally independent of the oven. What is actually working or not working on the oven? i.e. does the grill still work, is the clock OK and can you set it, or is everything totally dead?
Just to clarify something, is your hob above a double oven D2100-4 because that is only telling me about your oven the hob will have its own Mod. no. But any crack to the glass on any Hob can weaken the glass and really should not be used due to the weight of Pots on glass if the glass did break it could be quite dangerous with all the electrics below.
Hope this gives you some help in the matter.
There are possibly a number of options. It could be that in wiring the hob in you have disturbed the wiring for the oven. Normally the oven works off the main oven control switch on the panel and the hob could be wired into something else.
Is the oven totally dead no power at all for everything, or is the clock running but the oven will not switch on?
suspect more than one problem.
half grill not working may be due to half the element gone open circuit.
the other problems could be due to an installation fault. many ovens have links in the connection box which have to be tightened down. this is often overlooked. look at the connection box or terminal strip to check. there is often a diagram of hoiw it should be done adjacent.