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Hi I have an old Bosch fan forced oven, and do not know how to set the clock and timer, but have managed to set something on it (don't know what I have done) and cannot reset it. Can anyone help with instructions?

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Hello , i have ge electric oven it working 45 minutes ago , stop working ,now , and it peep's steadily

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