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Setting Clock and Timer

Have just moved house and previous owner hasn't left manual. Built-in Zanussi Single Electric Fan Oven. Can't fathom out how to set clock or timer. Any help much apprecoated

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Worked it out for myself - no solution needed now thank you.

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