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Oven noise Without any prompting, my oven started to make a clicking noise, coming from the cabinet close to the analogue clock. I turned off the electricity supply and it stopped. 24 hours later, I switched on the power again and the clicking has stopped now. I have the 900mm wide oven that looks like the multi-function one though it now seems to have a digital clock. I need an instruction leaflet for it as well - in order to ste the clock time, etc. The owners did not leave it behind when we bought the house. Where can I get a leaflet.

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Have a look at links .
I coudnt find any leaflet on web .Try ask by email to given addresses below

http://www.hg.com.au/brand_display.php?BrandID=68&CatID=26

http://www.shopping.com/xPF-Smeg-SE399X-5-Stainless-Steel

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