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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First try to unplug it and give it 5 minutes and then plug it back in. If that doesn't work then you'll need to check the wiring with it unpluged. If there is nothing obvious then you'll have to replace the main board..... also knows as a ERC or Electronic Clock Timer
hello, You can set the timer on a range slow cooker to automatically
switch to a warming setting when you estimate foods will finish
cooking. The programmable features allow you to leave food stewing at
home while you are out of the house, freeing up your day. Set the timer
on a range slow cooker to let the kitchen appliance do all the
work, and come home to a fully cooked meal.
Fill the insert of the range slow cooker with food and cover it
with the lid. At least a quarter of the insert should be filled with
liquid to keep the environment moist during long cooking times.
Press the "On/Off" button on the left side of the electronic control
panel in the front of the appliance. This will turn on the slow cooker
to the low heat "Warm" setting.
Press the "Cook Time" button on the right side of the electronic
control panel to add hours to the timer which will show a total time in
hours with a red digital display. Continue to press the button until
the display indicates the desired cook time in one-hour increments up
to 10 hours. The cooker will automatically adjust the temperature
setting based on the amount of time you programmed on the timer.
Cooking times of six hours or less automatically start on "High" heat
and times of seven hours or more will start on "Low" heat. A small
indicator light will come on below the word to tell you the cooking
Go for the timer. The timer is nothing but a bunch of contacts and some minor electronics. When the timer reaches the end of it's cycle, it closes a set of contacts which sends power to the buzzer, which could be bad, therefore continued buzzing. If the timer continues on to the next cycle either the electronics or contacts are shot. This is also age dependant on the dryer how the timer is built. You might go into price shock depending on model. This is not ruling out that if you have a buzzer on off switch might be bad, but I doubt it. Hope this helps. If you are unsure and are good at reading schematics and a meter, then you can be sure.
Maybe the lights are causing photoelectric eye to sense that it's no longer dark. This is called feedback. To check this, set timer for 2 hours. Put black tape over photoeye. Check if timer turns on-and-off.
If timer continues to blink, then timer is suspect. Return it for another one. If feedback is causing the problem, then turn timer away from lights or place obstruction between timer and lights.
I took the top of range apart to see if I could unplug the buzzer. Wasn't sure which wire it was so I just unplugged the bottom four wires one at a time.....don't really know what it did but it stopped buzzing and all the wires are plugged back in. Only thing I can think of it must have re-set something cause it works fine now
I have the digital timer oven and also cannot find the manual. You have to set the bake time timer, I think for 3 hours. Then you set the oven knob on clean and turn on the temp knob, probably to full but I don't think it matters. When you engage the lock, the clean light should come on/ When the oven reaches high temp, the lock light will also be on.