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Ticking sound when unplugged? It sounds like a mechanical timer. Check the timer / control setting is actually on a cooking cycle. The unit may be set on delayed start? If there is no power to the unit, there may be a fuse inside it. You may have to take the back / side off to see.
It sounds like the control board of the timer is faulty. Do you need the electronic timer/clock. If you don't it is normally easy to by-pass the timer altogether. Find the main active wire coming into the timer. Then identify the load wiring which runs from the timer to the oven thermostat control. These two wires simply need to be connected and the timer is bypassed and the oven will work.
We have a Kitchenaid Superba gas stove and the beeps would not sound. We thought the control panel was shot, but we have a WONDERFUL repair man. Here was his re-set.....open oven door, push the cancel button, push stop-time button and hold that button for about 5 seconds. When the beep sounds let go and the panel is re-set. WOW!!!!
This may sound facetious, so don't get offended. Did you set your clock to the correct time? Did you clear any and all preset timers? If none of that helps you can usually find roaches in the strangest places. If you have no roaches, then moisture and heat are the likely culprits which means that your blister pads are simply worn out. Unfortunately these are coated with graphite and don't last forever, so a timer replacement would be your only option unless your touchpad is separate from your timer.
It will not work if it is flashing, the timer needs to be reset to manual
If it will not reset, then It sounds like the timer is faulty, try a different combination of buttons when trying to reset it.
Hope this helps.
My same oven makes a ticking sound when you tell it to start pre-heating the oven. The oven continues to make this ticking sound until you stop the oven and it completely cools down. This ticking sounds to be coming from the oven control panel. I have no solution, but I'm glad I wasn't the only one who had a problem with this ticking sound!
Sounds to me from the information you provided that the auto timer is set...when the auto timer gets set you are generally unable to use the oven. If the auto timer is not set then you are looking at a problem with the Electronic oven control..do any error codes show up f1 - f2 - f3 and so on?
Unplug the range.
Remove the control panel to access the touchpad and electronic control.
Remove the touchpad ribbon from the control inspect for and clean any corrosion and reinsert it.
If this fails, replace the touchpad.