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I had a power cut and it only lasted 8 mins my cooker works top oven works but the main oven doesnt how do i work it as the fan and light works but oven do not thank you

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If you have had a power failure, you may find that the clock has reset. If the clock has an auto setting this will be linked to the main oven only and therefore the clock will need to set to manual for the oven to work. The alternative is that the oven element has blown and this is what tripped your power, in which case you will need to replace the element. Hopefully, the first scenario is correct and will be a lot cheaper.
All the best, pls leave feedback or reply for further assistance with make and model number.

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