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Tappan Range 560S111PO1 Timer buzzer won't turn off

The timer is continuously going off.  All I've been able to do is set the timer for one hour and 59 minutes to get some relief before it goes off again.  Plug and unplug didn't work.  Please note that this must be an old Tappan model #560S111PO1 and is not TGF363, but I couldn't post without one of the listed numbers.  Thanks.

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