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My Goodman furnace model GMP Series runs the blower fan without calling for heat or cool! I can disconnect the thermostat completely and the fan still comes on. Thanks!

It never used to come on this often but now it's all the time!

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Likely have a stuck relay. You can replace the board or install your own relay that controls the fan.

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Atomic travel alarm clock. Model number C17D2090 WIC#693047. (No brand name on clock.) I am living in outside US time zones and can't manually reset my clock to the correct time. (I lost the instructions.)...

Instructions to set the C17D2090 atomic clock

A. To manually set the clock

1. Use the CAL/ALM button to toggle the display until it shows the calendar
2. Press and hold SET until the screen flashes "12hr"
3. Use the UP (antenna) and DOWN (alarm) buttons to change the settings
4. Press SET to set the value

This mode will let you set the 12/24 hours clock, the time, date and year. You should be in the right time zone before you start.

B. To set the alarm1 time

1. Use the CAL/ALM button to toggle the display until it shows the AL1 alarm time
2. Press and hold SET until the alarm time flashes
3. Use the UP (antenna) and DOWN (alarm) buttons to change the settings
4. Press SET to set the value

C. To set the alarm2 time

1. Use the CAL/ALM button to toggle the display until it shows the AL2 alarm time
2. Press and hold SET until the alarm time flashes
3. Use the UP (antenna) and DOWN (alarm) buttons to change the settings
4. Press SET to set the value

D. To turn on alarm1

1. Use the CAL/ALM button to toggle the display until it shows the AL1 alarm time
2. Use the DOWN (alarm) button to toggle the alarm on and off (a bell appears on the screen)

E. To turn on alarm2

1. Use the CAL/ALM button to toggle the display until it shows the AL2 alarm time
2. Use the DOWN (alarm) button to toggle the alarm on and off (a bell appears on the screen)

F. To have the atomic clock set automatically

1. Press and hold the UP (antenna) button until a little triangle flashes on the screen
2. Wait for clock to set
3. To give up waiting, press the UP (antenna) button again.

G. To change the time zone
1. Tap the ZONE button to toggle between the 4 time zones

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Rachellewis250@I have mislaid my Stoves 720 EF manual. How do I set the timer?

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Let me know the functions of microwave?

Sorry to read about your problem, I hope this helps you out.

Display: This is used to show the time, cook time and options you chose during you use.
Cook: Use this feature to cook fresh vegetable, frozen vegetables, rice and cassroles.
Enter/Start: This is used to start and enter any option you choice while operating the unit.
Stop/Clear: Use this function to clear or stop the unit during cooking or choosing a feature.
Reheat: This is use to reheat dinner plates and left overs. Be sure that you do not use any plastic foam or metal plates/utensils this can cause damage to the unit and may cause injury.
Auto Defrost: This is used to defrost food by weight and type. EX: If you have 1 pound of chicken, meat or fish press in the food code by using 1,2,3 and then the weight in pounds (1 pound would be 1.0 enter.)
Quick Frost: This is use with the Rapid defrosting method for 1.0 pound frozen food. If you have a pound of meat, chicken or fish press Quick Frost and it will defrost for that weight only.
Cook Time: This is to set the cook time for the food you are trying to heat or cook. Enter the time you wish to cook and press enter/start (EX: 7mins and 30 secs = 730/start.)
Clock: This is used to set the time of day. Press Clock the the time of day it is and clock again (EX: 11:00 would be 1100 then clock.)
Number: This is the key pad used to enter the cook time, clock or power level.
More: This feature is to add time to the cooking time only in ten second intervals. If you want to add time without restarting press this button to add ten seconds each time it is pressed.
Less: This is used to decrease the cooking time by ten second intervals. If you want to decrease time without restarting the time press this to decrease cooking time in ten second intervals.

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EZ-ON: This is to quickly start the power level to 100%.
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Hot Water: This is used to heat water for beverages such as coffee and hot chocolate. Use Extreme caution when removing baverages from your unit, they will be hot and could cause injury.
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