If your clock is totally melted, then as my friends above have suggested, it is best you contact Rangemaster or a competent local serviceman and have them replace the timer panel. This will prove to be in your best interest, after all.
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Re: range control panel
Instructions on how to setup the clock
If the front side the oven has melted so that you are unable to do this.
Then the plastic cover would need to be removed, I beleave the buttons would still work without the plastic cover, but I do recommend geting this serviced by a professional but if you must get it to work right now.
I don't have a service manual so I dont know exactly how to remove the cover.
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I understand that you were running the self-clean cycle on your Frigidaire range, model# FGGS3045, and it stopped and the control panel went dark. I also understand that there are no lights of any kind. I suggest that you give your appliance a hard reset by shutting the power off at your home's circuit breaker for 3-5 minutes. Once time has passed, restore power to your oven.
If you do receive power and the control panel and lights come on, you will have to reset the clock before doing anything else. You will reset the clock by pressing the "Set Clock" button. "CLO" will appear in the display area. You will then enter in the time and press the "Start" button. "CLO" will disappear and the time will show. Once you have reset the clock, try either turning your oven on a bake cycle or the self-clean cycle. If the same thing happens, to where the control panel goes dark and the lights go out, I suggest contacting your local authorized technician.
If you do not receive power, I suggest contacting your local authorized technician for assistance. They will be able to diagnose your range and determine why there are no lights coming on, as well as no power to the control panel, and if there is a temperature cutoff that might possibly be causing your range to not have power. Hope this is helpful.
Hi Jo, thank you for your
question! Let's try resetting the appliance by either unplugging it or flipping
the household circuit breaker to the off position. It is important to wait
roughly ten minutes and then turn the unit back. If resetting the power does
not correct the issue, your range could possibly have a faulty EOC (electronic
oven control) or a potential wiring failure. I would suggest contacting an
experienced service technician to determine the precise cause to reduce the
risk of unnecessary parts.
I had a Wolf 30F wall oven with a similar problem after power outage. It wouldnt stop beeping with error message related to temperature control. My solution was to turn power of at circuit panel, then reset by pressing and holding the clear button for 5 seconds.
Also note: in my case I had to close the display before switching the panel off. When I tried to the reset process with the panel showing, it wouldn\'t reset.
To reset other various parts of the control panel Instructions said:
Immediately after the oven is installed, set the 12-hour clock to the current time of day. It may need to be reset after a prolonged power failure. The clock is visible on the control panel during all modes. If the upper oven timer is set, the clock will not be visible in the upper oven control panel display.
1) Touch CLOCK.
2) Touch number pads to set current time of day.
3) Touch CLOCK or ENTER to start clock.
The time-of-day clock can be changed from a 12-hour clock to a 24-hour clock. After the clock has been set, touch TEMPERATURE for three seconds, touch CLOCK, and then touch ENTER. Follow the same sequence to change back to the standard 12-hour clock setting.
Fahrenheit to Celsius
The oven can be changed from Fahrenheit (°F) temperature to Celsius (°C).
When the power came back on, it sent a power surge to the ERC (clock assembly). Try turning the oven breaker off for 10-15 minutes, this is to reset the ERC. If the display still doesn't work, you will need to replace the ERC-Electronic Range Control.
If you cannot clear the display with the reset/clear button on the range control panel, go to your electric panel and trip the breaker for the range/oven for at least 2 minutes, then turn the breaker back on.
Sometimes when power is lost due to a storm outage, the drop in voltage can cause some of the electronics to act funny and "think" certain buttons were pushed. Simply turning off and back on the power at the panel should clear any minor problem.
If this doens't clear/resolve the problem, it is possible that the electronic controls were damaged and a replacement control module is needed.