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Clock on Model F120 stove Serial 53031577

The clock doesn't work. Therefore I can't use the self cleaning. Can I bypass the clock/timer to clean the oven?

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Re: clock on Model F120 stove Serial 53031577

Just set the clock as if to clean , just remember to turn oven off in 2- 3 hrs wait 30 min then before trying to open dr.

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