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Timer won't stop going off. St.George Grillmaster

I cannot seem to stop my oven timer going off on a very old St.George GrillmasterI oven, two small dials and one larger which has the clock and timer. Have tried pushing the knob in and turning, it stops for a few minutes then starts again. It's goes and goes at all hours please help I do not have a manual.

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  • Barb Coward May 12, 2013

    When you push the clock/timer dial in to turn the hands and the timer dial the buzzer stops, but then out of the blue a cople of minutes later it starts again, even though the timer never ever gets used. Cannot seem to permanently get it to stop going off. I can only delay it if I move the timer hand around.

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SOURCE: turn off the timer on an old imperial st george

I have this exact same oven and this "feature" annoys me no end. To turn it off ... turn the clock dial to PAST the time that the timer dial shows. EG: If your timer dial is showing 6, turn the clock dial so that it rolls past 6 o'clock. This will pop out the timer dial and thus turn off the timer, allowing you to use the oven normally.

To stop accidentally pushing/turning that timer dial, I removed the knobs. Good luck.

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