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I understand that your Hotpoint stove digital timer/clock is beeping and you are wondering how to disconnect it. I suggest resetting your stove by either unplugging it or disconnecting the power at your home's circuit breaker for 3-5 minutes. When power is restored, if your stove is still beeping, I suggest contacting your local authorized technician. They will be able to diagnose your appliance and determine what the cause of the beeping is. They will also be able to assist with repairs, if needed. Hope this is helpful.
I'm guessing this is a gas / propane stove - so the power is likely 120v if in N. America. If this is the case, I would unplug the stove and plug it into another outlet. If none is close enough, you should be able to run an extension cord to determine if it is an outlet or stove problem.
The 120v is needed on gas stoves mostly for lights, electronics, clock, ignitors, etc. It is not for heating / cook of foods so a decent cord should be fine to use. If it still refuses to function on a known to be good outlet, the power outage you had has caused a problem in the stove and will likely require service.
set the selfclean and after you hear it lock down then cancel the
operation and wait to give it time to unlock ,,, may take up to 10
minutes ,,, if it dont unlock you will need to get into the back of it
and run the door latch back by hand Take the back cover off the the stove. UNPLUG THE STOVE
On the left rear facing the back of the range youll see that the timer motor
had stopped.may sure you unplug the input(230 volt power) leading to the stove,
then unpluggand insulate the wiring to the timer motor and the
microswitch on top of it ( 4 wires). Then take the long steel wire
off of it and unlatch the oven door.
this probably had something to do with the timer motor on the self cleaning cycle and that it was stuck
Do NOT use the self cleaning function unless you fix the timer motor. Replace it or clean it.
Hope this helps
I took the top of range apart to see if I could unplug the buzzer. Wasn't sure which wire it was so I just unplugged the bottom four wires one at a time.....don't really know what it did but it stopped buzzing and all the wires are plugged back in. Only thing I can think of it must have re-set something cause it works fine now
I have a Kenmore glass stove, not sure what the model number is I don't have it with me right now. Yesterday, the timer started to beep and F1 started to flash in the display. The stove top is working, but the oven does not. The only way I can get the timer to stop beeping is to unplug the stove.
Any suggestions as to what is going on with this stove. It's only 4 years old.