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Hi my digital oven screen has 2 knobs , one to select programs and other to set the temperature. on the right corner it has 2 button , i guess to set time. I never used the timer on this oven. But now on the LCD display it sows STOP above the timer buttons and a red key sign on the middle of the display screen.

I can turn the oven on any more. Any advise????

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My digital whirlpool oven will not heat. This is what happens- I hit bake then temp, then I hit start. but instead of starting to heat a little "start?" sign shows up.
Whats up with this? The minute timmer button does not seem to function either -if I try to push the oven to delay start to heat-i am trying everything to get it to work.

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The red key sign is a lock against children. To cancel it you have to hold the two buttons at the same time for 5 seconds (you activate it the same way).

The STOP sign appears after the cooker switches of after a power cut. You just have to press the left button, and, using the right knob, set the time.

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