Since about last summer, when the power has been out to the cooker (usually because I've turned the mains off to do something elsewhere in the house) the digital display (clock/timer) has sometimes failed to come back on when the power is restored. Power cycling a few times can sometimes bring it back to life, and on occasion it has just come back by itself after the power has been left on for a few hours. Sometimes it sounds like a relay or something is faintly humming when it's struggling to revive itself.
On Thursday night, I had the mains off to replace a light fitting. After switching back on, the cooker clock/timer didn't want to know at all, and it's still not come back to life by today. I suspect it's finally given up the ghost.
Frankly, I don't really care whether the clock/timer works or not, but the side effect appears to be that the actual oven will not light at all; I'm guessing that the electronics control some kind of fail-safe gas cut-out to the oven, perhaps?
All of the gas rings and the grill work fine (including the ignition spark), it's just there's no gas/spark in the oven whatsoever.
Anyone have any suggestions for a fix?