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Hello Fran Addington, thanks for your post!
I understand that you are having difficulty setting the time on your Frigidaire range. With some ranges once you press "Clock" the time is actually set using the keypad with the numbers. I would attempt to use the keypad. If that does not help correct the issue could you please provide me with your model number? Typically, you can locate the model number on the bottom panel behind the drawer. I look forward to assisting you further. -Matt
I'm sure you must have had an answer by now, but just incase anyone else has the same issue. The ovens don't work unless the clock has been set (happens after a power cut). To set the clock you need to hold down the left-hand two buttons (underneath the clock) and at the same time press either the + or - button.
I live in a new 500 home subdivision. The contractor ordered all Whirlpool Gold products including Electric and Electric/Gas Ranges. Many of my neighbors' panels have gone out! I'm talking about epedemic trouble. My son has had his oven panel (separate from stovetop) fail within the first year. Thank God it was under warranty...this is not a cheap replacement (he had the sensor touch pad. I just had my oven pad fail. I tried to set the clock for Daylight Savings and found out half my panel is out! The fix is a replacement of the panel. Depending on which model (push or sensor) look to spend at least a couple of hundred bucks. We have the Whirlpool Gold microwave panel and so far so good. My neighbor and my son's both went out! They just tossed the two year old products and replaced them with another brand. Sorry to break you the news...class action anyone?
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.