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Timer is making ticking noise cant turn it off.

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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!

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