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Hi. try to reset this unit by killing the power or unplugging the cord for 5 minutes. this will reset the control. if the control continues to beep after you reset, this will confirm control failure. you will need to replace the control board in this case.

Posted on May 22, 2009

  • P Hoskins Aug 26, 2013

    Unit is not beeping. The unit does retain the correct time. it simply will not continue to display the time.

  • P Hoskins Aug 26, 2013

    Had to treat it like a reset. With the clock display off, held that reset/start button down for several seconds and the clock eventually came back up without the START? prompt. Pure trial and error.

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