Question about Smeg A2.5 Dual Fuel (Electric and Gas) Kitchen Range
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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The clock stopped The non-electronic clocks on electric range/ovens often don't last long. That's a problem, because the clock is essential to the self-cleaning and timed-bake features. Clocks are rarely repairable--you usually just have to replace them. Electronic clocks have been more reliable. But, they're often integrated with several other features of the range/oven. So when the clock develops a defect, it often renders the entire oven and broiler inoperative. The electronic clock is usually integrated with a circuit board, and the touchpad that holds the buttons you press is often a separate component. If your electronic clock is defective, you may need to replace the touchpad, circuit board, or both. Although these may be expensive, they aren't usually very complicated to replace.
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Posted on Jan 07, 2010
Testimonial: "Thankyou for your response I suspected that it will require a new clock which I have located online. many thanks"
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