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Zanussi Built-In Oven Clock keeps resetting?

have a Zanussi ZBF-360 cooker and every so often the clock resets to 12:00. At this time, there is a buzzing sound as if it is on a timer. None of the timers are set and all read 0:00 (ecxept the clock).

Is this a short circuit?

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The 1000uF/10V condensator in the timer unit has to be replaced.

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