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Hi, I'm Mike G and I'll be assisting you. I suggest not just testing phase to phase, you need to test phase to neutral. The controls are 120V and would not work if you lost a neutral. Let me know what you find. If you have a good neutral, I'll refer thequestion to an appliance expert if electrical supply is as it should be.
OK, stand by and I'll opt out and refer this to an appliance expert.
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If you have power to the timer yet it is not starting, you likely have a door switch open or the thermal fuse (number 507 in the diagram at the link below) is open. Are you able to open the cabinet to measure its resistance?