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My oven is not at all getting heated. I have tried all the modes but no result. Power is getting on, all the soft keys are enabled (able to operate). But there is no result.Pl let me know the problem regards anbuchelian email : machelian@igcar.gov.in

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There is an internal fuse that protects the appliance and this has more than likely blown

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