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Clock won't keep time and Oven won't maintain temp.

My Decor Duel Fuel Gas Stove - 8 burner - has a clock. (Purchased in 2000) Problem #1 The clock and timer have been running too fast, I have reset them several times and they won't keep the correct time anymore. Problem #2 is that my oven won't keep it's temperature. It will reheat and then loose heat. The food in the back of the oven will burn while the food in the front doesn't cook. Do I have to replace parts? If so, do you know which ones and do you have any idea what they will cost? Thanks much! EAH Going hungry in Grand Rapids

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Turn the knob to the left until a tone is heard and "time" appears in the display window. The previously set time will appear in the display window.

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HI, this control(clock/timer), will need to be replaced at this time. this code represent a control fault within the chip set(logic). this control has failed.

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you must setting the count down timer instead of time of day. to set time of day. press centre button 4 times lamp flashes in bottom righthand of display. use + and - to get correct time after 10 secs time will lock in. to check you have not set count down press centre button 3 times lamp flashes top right corner of display if not at 0000 use - button to get to 0000 leave 10 secs then should revert to time of day. also check you have not entered cooking time. press centre 1x this also should read 0000. hope this helps

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