After a power outage, my clock will not stay on display. It will come on when I push the clock button, I get the time and "start?" displayed underneath the time. How do I get the clock to stay on all of the time?
Try holding down clock button.. when you 1st hold it down it will appear.. keep holding til it disappear.. then when it comes back on let go of button.. if clock button don't try another like + or - sign.. good luck.. mike
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Does the rest of the oven work ok? Did the timer work OK before the outage? Is the oven under warranty? Was the power outage at your home only? Check with the manual to see if it addresses your problem, there may be a way to reset the system and then I would say that you would need to contact Westinghouse and explain the situation.
I had a Wolf 30F wall oven with a similar problem after power outage. It wouldnt stop beeping with error message related to temperature control. My solution was to turn power of at circuit panel, then reset by pressing and holding the clear button for 5 seconds.
Also note: in my case I had to close the display before switching the panel off. When I tried to the reset process with the panel showing, it wouldn\'t reset.
To reset other various parts of the control panel Instructions said:
Immediately after the oven is installed, set the 12-hour clock to the current time of day. It may need to be reset after a prolonged power failure. The clock is visible on the control panel during all modes. If the upper oven timer is set, the clock will not be visible in the upper oven control panel display.
1) Touch CLOCK.
2) Touch number pads to set current time of day.
3) Touch CLOCK or ENTER to start clock.
The time-of-day clock can be changed from a 12-hour clock to a 24-hour clock. After the clock has been set, touch TEMPERATURE for three seconds, touch CLOCK, and then touch ENTER. Follow the same sequence to change back to the standard 12-hour clock setting.
Fahrenheit to Celsius
The oven can be changed from Fahrenheit (°F) temperature to Celsius (°C).
He ended up calling a repair tech.. He came out and ended up replacing the whole control panel.
My step Dad says it works fine now and the clock is a lot brighter on the display than it was before, so maybe it was slowly going out then finally just gave in. ?? Thanks for checking in though.
try holding the clock pad/button in for 3-5 secs it sould beep and remain on . youve turned the display off. that should reset it. if not give a call to the manufacture. they get a lot of these calls when time changes back/ahead
You unit is stuck in the "Display Model Mode". Hold the stop/clear button for at lest five seconds in insure the interlock activates. If it does not activate then the electronic range control (erc) is not functioning. Replace the erc (Clock/Display.)