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Oven cuts out as soon as it reaches temperature

My Bosch Oven HBN 3660GB heats up but as soon it get to the correct temperature it cuts out completely and there seems to be no power to the oven at all as even the clock doesnt work. It could stay like this for a few days and then it just suddenly seems to have power (clock starts to flash) but I cannot use it as it will not stay on.

Bosch do not offer engineering advise so can someone please tell me what spare part I need?

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Not expert on bosch but sounds like cooling fan not working, either fan defective or cut in themostat not working.

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