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Setting MAX time limit

I've gone through the step by step process from the manual and can not set max time beyond 20 minutes, when I should be able to go up to 99 minutes. I've set the time at zero then went back in to system and tried again setting for 30 minute, it sets itself back to 20. I want 30 minutes, but it won't let me do it. I don't know how better to describe the problem. Simply put, I need to be able to program a time that is longer than 20 minutes. No matter what I do, when I follow the manual's instructions, the console allows no more than a 20 minute time limit for "quick start".

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