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Hi, I'm Gavin and I'll help you with your oven fault. When you had the power cut did you need to reset any of the switches or breakers?
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Do you own a multi meter?
If you remove the rear panel of the of the cooker there will be a thermostat that looks like this
You need to test it to see if it is working properly
It's possible that the element could be faulty but that alone won't be the cause of lack of power to the clock.
When the power enters the appliance all the cables go to a central connector which then go off to where they need to be. The circuit for the clock is normally linked with the circuit for the oven so that you are able to program start / stop times for the oven to come on. On the back of the oven is a small thermostat (picture) which is usually in line with the power to the clock. If the element becomes faulty and overheats this thermostat cuts out for safety which cuts the power to the clock and the oven. The top oven and grill are powered from a different circuit inside the oven which is why it stays operational