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Try turning off the circuit for a minute, then set timer again. Often a little picture/icon of a "baking tray with heat" when timer is passing power on to the thermostat. Also, those timers fail often enough, is the oven brand new (or recent blackout)?
Which plug you use depends more on the outlet in your house than the oven usually. If This is a new oven with digital controls, 4 is preferable (I've seen a digital dryer blow the boards because a 3-wire lost it's ground) but if the outlet is 3, you don't have much choice but to go with 3 unless you rewire the outlet back to the fuse/breaker box. As long as it's in good condition, 3 should work fine.
Try turning the breaker to that unit off and keep it off for 20 minutes or overnight, if possible, then flip the breaker back on. If it still shows the PF code, call us and we can get the correct part to you. Hope this helps.