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The electronic timer/clock must be working and be in manual mode for the oven to work. Try turning the power off and on and see if it resets. If is doesn't you might need a new timer unit. If you don't need the timer and clock it can be easily by-passed at the rear by joining the active and load wires and the oven will work.
it's the control panel behind that touchpad item. and it's not too difficult, just time consuming. My recommend is to grab a service manual online(usually around 20.00) which will provide good step by step,and also parts list.
spares? well, that's a good question. Until you have that part number, and the best way is to eyeball the one that's in side your unit(no offense to the printers, but mistakes can happen with manuals).
then you'll find out what it's like to be truly handy, eh?
the oven controller in the main service/selection panel has either a bad solder joint on the circuits or the start realy for the oven on the same circuit board is bad and you have to replace the whole panel you cannot just buy the relay
stop pushing all the buttons. Turn the power off for a few min. It should un lock when power is back. If not set clock, set oven into clean cycle, wate a few min then hit cancle. wate till door unlocks. If nothing happens make sure you dident hit the child lock button. It looks like a pad lock on touch pannel. push and hold it to unlock. Re try clean cycle. let it lock then wate ,then cancle .
You can try turning the breaker off to the unit for 10 minutes or so but if that does not work you will need a new control board to fix it. they usally range from 100-200 dollars.
Let me know if you have any other questions.
The time of day does not display on my electronic oven control. If I
push the CLOCK pad on the control panel the time will display for a few
seconds and then it goes blank again.
On many ranges with electronic controls the time
of day display can by turned off or on by holding the CLOCK keypad down
for 15 seconds. Push and hold the CLOCK keypad. The time will
appear for a few seconds, and then disappear and finally it will
reappear and beep. Release the keypad and the time should continue to
display. Follow this same procedure to turn the time display off.