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Control panel hi,i have an ariston fc98p oven and the front digital panel fell back into the oven cavity.i opened it and re glued it but now the oven dosent work at all. help!!!!! is there a reset button for the digital pannel?

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Generaly the only way to reset is by turning off the power to the oven at switch board for at least 30s. if this does not work check the back of the digital panal for any burn marks as it may have shorted when it fell back, also check any wiring connectors have not come off

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