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This I hope will be an easy solution for you. I think you have a circuit breaker tripped or a fuse if you have a fuse panel.. I am guessing you have an old fuse panel. When you have a fuse blown on a 230 volt appliance and you turn a swith on (like your knob) it feeds back to other circuits on the 120 circuits and will make it do crazzzy things, like making lights and clocks work..Regardless if you have fuse or breaker you dont have the 240 volt to run the range..You only have one120 volt leg powering your stove.
Got the same problem.
Here's a work around: Turn breaker off, second person needs to hold the CANCLE/LOCK button (keep holding it!)
Turn breaker back on and keep holding the button, lock feature may turn on, red lock light stays on, KEEP HOLDING THE BUTTON. At the end you will get a F11 (shorted keypad) warning. It may take up to 20 seconds or more but in my case the red lock light goes off, the dashes disappear and everything is back to normal.
Now here are the bad news. This does not fix the problem (I think it's the EOC). Every time the power goes off the red lock light and dashes will come back. It also may require to people to fix this/work around... but, hey, it doesn't cost anything either...
The time of day does not display on my electronic oven control. If I
push the CLOCK pad on the control panel the time will display for a few
seconds and then it goes blank again.
On many ranges with electronic controls the time
of day display can by turned off or on by holding the CLOCK keypad down
for 15 seconds. Push and hold the CLOCK keypad. The time will
appear for a few seconds, and then disappear and finally it will
reappear and beep. Release the keypad and the time should continue to
display. Follow this same procedure to turn the time display off.