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Hi Les. We had a tower oven with three ovens! One oven we constantly used had the element distort, and it had to be replaced.
Most likely the element is on its way out. If you have a multimeter, you can check the voltage supplying the element.
You will need to find the make, model number, and maybe the serial number of the oven to progress.
The details may be inside the oven door or on the rear of the oven. Do a google search, and you should be able to find replacement elements, and a local supplier of original parts or aftermarket replacements.
I was just looking over a manual for a late model double oven. Their is a thermal limit going into the controls that will open if the temp rises enough to harm the controls. They look like this one. That kills all power to the control and you will see nothing on the display.
I have the Stoves 720EF manual stored on the BT Digital Vault which might help. If you want a copy of it, supply an email address and I will give it access.
Also someone else has said that if you speak to Stoves nicely they may be able to send an electronic version of the manual instead of the paper copy.