Question about Ovens
Ive heard of this before. Many oven Manufacturers use clockwork timers which give 1 faint "ting" noise when finished. Others use electronic ones, which are not much better. If you are not standing next to the oven, you cant hear it. I usually recommend a separate timer , like a water timer or egg timer type thing which you can set (and Hear) and leave it near where you are working so you can go and turn the oven off. These can normally be purchased at Smiths, Tandys etc maybe Big W or K Mart
Posted on Apr 09, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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