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Most landlords for decades have cut the wires to timers since they were always the biggest problem with ovens. With todays digital timers built right into the main board this becomes impossible to defeat. You could desolder the piezo buzzer and defeat it.
you must setting the count down timer instead of time of day. to set time of day. press centre button 4 times lamp flashes in bottom righthand of display. use + and - to get correct time after 10 secs time will lock in. to check you have not set count down press centre button 3 times lamp flashes top right corner of display if not at 0000 use - button to get to 0000 leave 10 secs then should revert to time of day. also check you have not entered cooking time. press centre 1x this also should read 0000. hope this helps
Switch off the oven, leave for 5 seconds and switch it back on. Candy Customer Services asked for over £100 to have an engineer sent to my house, which I refuse as I thought the oiven was good. I had to switch off all the electricity in the kitchen but after this 'reset' the oven turned to the normal 'high' volume.
Yes, I just had same problem. The probe receptical is on the right inside wall of the oven. A little flapper door is secured by a single phillips screw. Remove this screw and the flapper door. Gently remove the receptical and its attached cable adapter. With your screw driver short the connector extension to the housing, just as the probe would. This should reset the meal temperature sensor. Try the bake and problem should be gone. If not permanently short this connection with a wire. You won't be able to use your probe, but the oven will work.