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After a power failure, whem my Diplomat ADP 3700 built in oven was switched on again, the display flashes, alternatinge betwen "AUTO" and "0.00". Nothing in the instructions, or anything else, can do anything to change the flashing display. The oven is of course unusable in this state. Can you help?

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Hi there,

I'm figuring you've probably resolved this, since you posted in November (and I've just joined the site today). However, I thought I'd post a solution just in case anyone else surfs in and finds the same problem.

We have the same sort of oven. After the power has been off, the oven won't work until you set the time on the clock. I think it's because of all the automatic timer features.
On ours, you have to press the two buttons with arrows on at the same time as turning the clock dial to change the time.

Good luck.

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