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Blanco oven clock wont stop dinging. How do I turn it off. Turning the little dial off the alarm symbol it still ticks softly then reaches a point and dings again

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SOURCE: Alarm continusly dings and display is blank.

Spencer...I hope you did this with the power off! First, disconnect all connections and reconnect them. You may have forced a connector. Likely the board is blown...the display and microprocessor are closely connected.

Posted on Dec 07, 2007

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SOURCE: oven heats to 200 and indicator dings

Try to set it at 500 degrees and see if it goes off at 350. If it does, then it probably needs calibrating. You can calibrate it by taking the knob off and finding a set screw in the stem where the knob sits. If this is not the problem, you may have to replace the thermostat. By the way, check to see if your temperature probe is not touching the wall of the oven. It will give it a false reading. Let me know if any of these things work and we will go from there.

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