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Re: Fridgidaire Electric Oven Clock
Try holding the clock pad/button in for 3-5 secs it sould beep and remain on . youve turned the display off. that should reset it. if not give a call to the manufacture. they get a lot of these calls when time changes back/ahead
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Hi Jason. Have you performed the following actions?
Electronic Timing Center (Analog Clock w/Digital Display)
Synchronizing the analog and digital clocks
1. Press the "timer" and "start time" buttons simultaneously.
2. Turn the set knob to move the hands on the analog clock to any time setting.
3. After five seconds the display will go blank. Press the timer button and using the set knob, set the digital time to the exact time on the analog clock. This will synchronize the two clocks. You can now set the time of day.
Setting the Time-of-Day The time-of-day must be set before any other program can be used. When your oven is first connected to the power in your home, the digital display will show 00:00. To program the time-of-day:
1. Push and hold the "timer" and "bake hours" button at the same time.
2. Turn the "Set" knob until correct time is displayed on the digital clock.
3. Release "timer" and "bake hours" button
The analog clock will automatically set after the digital time is set
You do not need the clock I removed it and wired the oven direct.The wires are easy to get at when the front panel is removed. If you look at the manuals on line they will guide you with the correct wires to use
I'm assuming this is an Omega/Creda Europa oven. All you need to do to make the oven work again is set the clock. The 0:00 and "AUTO" will stop flashing and the oven will work again. You didn't specify a model number, but you should be able to set the clock as follows:
1. Hold down the two buttons on the left-hand side under the clock display. One should have a symbol of a bell and the other, a symbol of a cookpot (not a cookpot and 'STOP'). 2. While still holding both of these buttons, use the + and - buttons to set the clock to the correct time. The clock needs to be set in 24 hour format.
If this doesn't work, look for the buttons under the clock with the bell symbol and the cookpot symbol. Hold both of these buttons in and use the + and - buttons to set the clock.
If this doesn't work or your clock doesn't have these buttons, let me know and I'll check for other possible methods of setting the clock on Europa ovens. If you can find the model number it would assist me greatly. This should be on a sticker on the rim of the oven and can only be seen when the oven door is open - possibly at the bottom. The model number should be something like 40-1, 60-1 or 66-1.
If you can't find the model number, please let me know how many buttons there are in total below the clock and which symbols are written above each button and the order from left to right. I will then be able to provide the correct instructions for your oven.
press the clock button to set the time. Press the "up" button which looks like a triangle symbol or the "down" button whih looks like a triangle upside down symbol until the correct time is on the display , then hold in the clock button for 5 seconds for the time to be displayed.
try holding down clock button.. when you 1st hold it down it will appear.. keep holding til it disappear.. then when it comes back on let go of button.. if clock button don't try another like + or - sign.. good luck.. mike