I have a Hotpoint Stove, circa 1990's(?). How do I set the clock? It has 3 buttons underneath the clock and another button to the right to set the timer. One button is for timer, one for stovetop preset and the other for oven preset (I think).
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Range Setting the Clock and Timer
Non-Electronic Clocks: To set the clock, push the center knob in and turn the clock hands to the correct time. (If the Minute Timer pointer should move also, let the knob out, turn the Timer pointer to OFF.) Digital Clocks: To set the clock, push in the center knob of the Minute Timer and turn Knob in either direction to set the Digital Clock numerals to the correct time. Electronic Clocks: To set the clock touch the Clock pad. Touch the number pads. Touch the number pads. Touch the start pad until the time of day shows in the display. Note: On double wall ovens, you can only set the Timer for one oven.
I understand that your Hotpoint stove digital timer/clock is beeping and you are wondering how to disconnect it. I suggest resetting your stove by either unplugging it or disconnecting the power at your home's circuit breaker for 3-5 minutes. When power is restored, if your stove is still beeping, I suggest contacting your local authorized technician. They will be able to diagnose your appliance and determine what the cause of the beeping is. They will also be able to assist with repairs, if needed. Hope this is helpful.
First check your 20amp and 30amp fuses if any, at the top of your stove, many times this can save a lot of grief. If both your oven and broil are not turning on you could have an issue with the time setting on your clock. if you have an older manual type clock you will need to adjust the start and end time; basically if your clock is set on automatic and not manual mode you stove thinks it`s being kept on a certain time to start, therefore not allowing you to turn it on. If your clock is electronic try unplugging it and plugging it back in, a lot of times during a lightning storm the clock will get reset and wont run right until you unplug it and set the time again. if these are okay you will most likely have an issue with your oven control. hope this helps
there might be three buttons under the clock One button is for timer, one for stovetop preset and the other for oven preset.Press the second button for setting the clock. awaiting your comments happy holidays and good luck
Remove the plug from the socket for a few minutes. Then plug it back. Does the clock control blicking? look at the pictures on the control as a whole.
Do you see anything like a table clock? press it once, then press the numeric pad or up and down arrow button depending on the model you have. press enter or start if set correctly.