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SOURCE: Cooke and Lewis multifunction single oven

if your referring to the light with the squiggle line above it ? this is the power on light (the squiggle line is the universal sign of power ) if your referring to the lights on the functions knob (left knob) there are tiny lights that come on behind these little pictures on there , the pictorgraph on the left side is for the broiler I do believe , this also gives one an option to use the convection fan to spread the heat about inside and evac the food cooking oils from inside the case , a light beep is a confirmation of a feature being issued to be used three long beeps happen when desired oven temp is reached , the knob only activates the feature after knob is set for more than 5 seconds there , this is a little fiddly bit as most folks don't think its workin and keep twisting it about never allowing the timer to complete its cycle

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User manuals are hard to find.
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