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Claire. Have you checked the cooker supply switch? (Usually on the wall near the cooker) If it has a neon light is this on? If not or no neon check the circuit fuse/mcb in the fuseboard. Allan Pointer.
These things are a pain! When you first power up a lot of New Workd ovens, they come up in AUTO mode and the oven won't work, so you have to take it out of auto mode and stop the clock flashing. I'm giessing that though your clock DISPLAY isn't working, the clock is and the oven think it is.
There are 6 buttons below the clock display.To take it out of AUTO and stop the clock and oven thinking the display is flashing:
Numbering the buttons from left to right as 1,2,3,4,5 and 6 (because they have silly symbols!) press the 4th button (a picture of a hand) you will hear a little click and the oven will now work. If you have to power the unit off for more than about a minute at any time, you will need to do this again
If numbers are flashing press button "-" or "+" .When the correct time is displayed confirm the setting by pressing the square button with a "c" on. The clock will start runnning.
If the numbers are static press buttons l-> and l-> in at the same time and hold both of them in until the numbers start flashing . Release buttons l-> and ->l
then adjust the time by pressing "-" or "+" and confirm by pressing the square button with a "c" on .
bad digital control board if tis just a clock and all the settings can be done with a knob and not the board then the replacement wont be too expensive but if that board controls eveything which i suspect it does then its going to be at least 150 more to repair than if it was just a clock display
Just to let you know that i have solved the problem with my cooker, (clock flashing after electric going off) i held down the cook period button and the end time button, then i was able to reset the clock by pressing the +button.
Hi this is propably too late now but we moved in to our new house six months ago and have a Zanussi ZBF 360 oven, and had no idea how to set the timer / clock. After fiddling around with the oven clock for the last 6 months i managed to set the clock. It shouldn't be much different to the one you have. Hope this helps you and others in the future.
Click the middle button until the little red things on the screen moved round to the clock symbol, then press + or - to get to the correct time, once you have done this it will flash for a few seconds then it will stop flashing and the clock is set. The same goes for the timer to set it when you want to cook something for a period of time eg: ten mins.
As for getting the oven timer to turn it's self on and off I am still messing with it and when i have mastered it I will let people know.