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Hi, welcome to Just Answer. My name is ***** ***** I look forward to helping you! If you have lights and everything is lit up, you have likely lost one leg of the power supply from the breaker. Only the heating elements (top and oven) require the L2 leg to supply the 240 VAC required, so you can have 120 VAC to run the lights and control but no heat. Turn the breaker totally off, even if it looks okay, and back on. Does it heat then? Given that unplugging made it work momentarily, check the outlet for loose connections as well as the cord connections.
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