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Can't get the oven to restart after power failure; am unable to start clock

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Oh dear, this sounds like an electronic digital clock that has suffered from spike damage. You could try disconnecting from the mains, leaving off for 10 minutes and restarting, it frequently works.

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If the clock is showing time you may have accidently knocked the auto button this will shut off the power to both ovens until the timer times out you must press the manual button it usually has a little hand printed on it. If you do not have any lights on the clock or oven it may be due to
1. a blown fuse or tripped power supply
2.Thermal cut out tripped or failure
3.A broken live or neutral wire isolate the power before doing any continuity tests.
4. A faulty timer.

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No make or model given so answer is general in nature-

Burner igniters are not normally controlled by the main electronics board that supplies signals to the clock and oven controls.
This may be caused by a blown fuse on that board, a failure of the board itself or the power supply that provides operating voltage.

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Power failure,now 000 is flashing on oven exterior

If the 000 is on the display left of centre, then you possibly just need to reset the clock. from left to the first button to activate the clock setting the next button to pop out the rotating timer adjust and set the time.
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Wolf ovens getting err message after power outage

I had a Wolf 30F wall oven with a similar problem
after power outage. It wouldnt stop beeping with error message related
to temperature control. My solution was to turn power of at circuit
panel, then reset by pressing and holding the clear button for 5

Also note: in my case I had to close the display
before switching the panel off. When I tried to the reset process with
the panel showing, it wouldn\'t reset.

To reset other
various parts of the control panel Instructions said:

Time-of-Day Clock

Immediately after the oven is installed, set
the 12-hour clock to the current time of day. It may need to be reset
after a prolonged power failure. The clock is visible on the control
panel during all modes. If the upper oven timer is set, the clock will
not be visible in the upper oven control panel display.


1) Touch CLOCK.

2) Touch number pads to
set current time of day.

3) Touch CLOCK or ENTER to start


The time-of-day clock can be
changed from a 12-hour clock to a 24-hour clock. After the clock has
been set, touch TEMPERATURE for three seconds, touch CLOCK, and then
touch ENTER. Follow the same sequence to change back to the standard
12-hour clock setting.

Fahrenheit to Celsius

oven can be changed from Fahrenheit (°F) temperature to Celsius

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usually, just reset stands for power failure..if power goes out. they all do this...

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We have a double oven built in Model KEBC208Kss04.We had a power failure. When the power came back on we tried to set the clock but the "start?" appears in the window.. When you push start the clock goes...

Unfortunately this is a frequent result of a power failure. You should know that during power failure we often have also a voltage variation. This variation is burning out thousands of clocks - control board in many ovens, fridges e.t.a. usually is a partial damage on the clock-control board however there is not any solution but to replace it with a new one.

However in your case first in not an ordinary control of about $150-$200 but it is cost $407. In addition you have mention that the oven work normal so you should decide if you would live with it since the damage in only for the clock time or go on to replace it.

Here below we have a link with the parts layout of your oven in which you can also see the parts codes and the price of the control board and if you wand you can even order it.

Part Number: AP3591485 made by WHIRLPOOL

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The electric circuit breaker kicked off and when it was reset, we are unable to get anything with the oven to work. the time comes on at 12:00 and then it starts beeping and a f 1 light appears

with kenmore F1 is a power failure in side the clock control
your whole clock will need to be replaced
go to
type in your model number and look in the control section

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Screen shows F-1 flashing . I had a clock failure previously with a F-7 trouble code . I ordered another from Sears and installed it today . Everything worked OK after the new clock assembly was installed....

We usually see F7 caused by a failure in the keypad (stuck key) and F1 caused by a failure in the control board (clock). This seems opposite to your experience. I would suggest first to power down the oven, unplug the keypad from the control board, power up the oven with the keypad unplugged. Give it some time (may take as much as 30 minutes or so), if no F1 error then problem is likely the keypad. If you still get an F1, then the problem is the control board and you should return it. If you still have trouble post your model number.

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Hi, I have an oven ''Stove 605 MF'' and we had a power cut but for some reasons when the power came back the oven lights started blinking constantly and we are unable to use the oven since then??? I tried...

Try holding the cancel/off button for 10 seconds.
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I am unable to trun it on. Control pennal does not work

Badar, press and hold bake and cooktime together for 5 seconds. Sometimes a power failure will put it in lock mode. back.

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