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Switch oven on using the function knob (first knob on left hand side)then press and hold(for 3 to 5 seconds) the left top button right next to the display screen this should give you a chance to set the current time on the oven after setting the current time switch oven off at function knob and on agian problem should be solved
This is from Frigidaire website
These codes mean that the oven's electronic control has detected a condition it needs to check. When you see a code, follow these steps:
Press STOP/CLEAR to clear the display and stop the beeping.
Reprogram the oven.
If the code still displays, turn off the power to the oven at your breaker box and wait five minutes to turn it back on.
If the code is still displayed after you've followed these steps, contact your local authorized service provider. That is the best answer I can give. I hope it helps. I don't know what the code is, but it only gives this answer. Joe
I can't locate your model number, but, if you have the one with an electronic control..just put it to clean and maybe set the clean time and it should start the cycle and lock the door by itself and start cleaning.
if it has knobs for selector, and a knob for oven thremostat and a clock with two or three knobs.
put the selector on clean, put the thermostat on clean and then go to clock and set the stop time three hours past the time thats showing on your clock(providing its keeping time) and lock your oven door and it should start.....Bruce Denton
The membrane or main board has failed most likely. the display itself is built in the board...the beep usually follows some sort of fault code...its possible your having a voltage problem, like a burnt wire on L1 or L2 at the junction box or inside the oven itself. This is not easy to trouble shoot with limited info, but hope this gives you a general idea of what to look for...Bruce Denton
Go online and type in westinghouse ovens/stoves that looks similar to yours and look for one with dig readout. Then type in that model # then manual on a Google search and see what pops up. I'm sure that most if not all of them are then same for setting time..
This "STOP" message appears when either the cooker has been switched off at the mains or there has been a power cut. What you have to do is a s follows:
1. The knob on the left should be turned anti-clockwise ONE click only.
2. Press the button between the two knobs (under the display) ONCE only. You will now have got rid of the word "STOP" and it will be replaced by _ _ . _ _ symbols.
3. Press the same button twice more or until "12.00" is shown. This is the 24hr clock and can the be adjusted up or down by turning the right hand knob clockwise or anti-clockwise. Its always recomended that you set the clock before useing the oven although you dont have to.
4. Now you can operate the oven as normal.....Good luck with that!
Regards Ian W.