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where you clock is the buttons next to it, 2 have a line underneath joining to them both, hold them both down together to stop clock flashing, this will then allow your ovens to work, it's a safety feature on these ovens, and to reset clock keep both buttons held in and use the plus and minus button to set hope this helps Donna
If your range is the same model as you posted this question under, the time is set by pressing the "CLOCK" button. The word "TIME" will begin to flash on the display. Using the keypad, press the corresponding numbers of the current time.
NOTE: If the oven has been programmed, or is in use, you cannot change the time. Cancel all other functions before attempting to set the clock.
If the model number is not correct, please post back with your correct information so that I may be able to provide you with better assistance.
I'm sure you must have had an answer by now, but just incase anyone else has the same issue. The ovens don't work unless the clock has been set (happens after a power cut). To set the clock you need to hold down the left-hand two buttons (underneath the clock) and at the same time press either the + or - button.
After a power failure most digital clocks have the zero's and auto flashing. These ovens will not work if clock(time of day) is not set. By pressing incorrect buttons, you can complicate things further. Recommend turning off power to oven for a few seconds, then follow manual for resetting clock, which is usually holding down the 2 buttons on the left hand side simultaneously, and holding down these two press the + or - key to advance clock.
u first have to set the correct time of day. press and hold the (+) and (-) untill u put in the corerect time. dont forget its a 24 hr clock.if u make a mistake or press the wrong button.turn off the power supply for a minute or two then start again.
to enter the start time of your cooking, press and hold the button to the right of the bell symbol button (second on the left) and the + button at thee same time, untill your required 'cook time' shows, then press and hold the 3rd button to the left, ( the empty pot symbol) at the same time press (+) or (-) untill your required 'stop time' shows.
AUTO will show on the display. set the oven to the required temperature. when your cooking is finished the beeber will sound.
TURN THE OVEN KNOB TO 0 FIRST. then press the hand symbol button once to stop the beeb, press again to return to manual cooking.hope this helps!
if the clock is not set the ovens wont work,they dont have to say the right time but they do have to have a time. to set the clock hold the hand button and the clock button(first two buttons),and then plus or minus to set the time
we had the same problem - a power cut then the clock flashed up 'auto' preventing the oven from working.
After downloading the manual from the rangemaster website we learnt that all you need to do (for the classic dual fuel anyway) is to press in the 2 buttons on the left and set the time using the + or - keys. Dead easy and Christmas dinner is back on!