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This could be the main control board to blame for this or the oven control knob that turns the oven ON. It also could be the connection where power goes in, there is a wiring block back there and on these sometimes more often then not, they heat from the wires current will make the connector block lose its connectivity.
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Hi Elaine yes considering this could be caused by so many different things, I agree it would be best to have a tech come out and fix this for you. It certainly is worth the cost for that.
What you can do, is perform a local web search for Oven. range repair. You shoudl get some results there.