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I have just moved into a house with a zanussi zbf 760 and i need to set the timer so the oven wil work but the button with the hand is missing so i cant switch it from auto to manual and it just flashes 'auto' and i cant use my oven! ive tried sticking something sharp in replace of the button but it still wont set the time! please help!!!!!!!

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    Exact same problem

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Gently but firmly pull one of the other buttons out and use that to reset it... you can buy new buttons on ebay

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Open the door half way, grasp it firmly and pull as hard as required using a slight side to side motion to release the hinges which are attached to the door.

There are then to nuts on the bottom of the door which when removed allows you to split the door in half.

The hinges have a little lever on them such that they can be jammed open against the door. Once the hinge hook is in the oven housing simply turn the latch the other way, stand back and have a beer.

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SOURCE: zanussi zbf260x built-in oven keeps tripping out

Probably due to a fault on the oven heating element. Check continuity and earth with a multimeter if you can but it's odds on you will need a new heating element.

Posted on Dec 26, 2009

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