I've searched this site and find help but unfortunately not descriptive enough, does anyone know how to bypass the clock. There are 4 plugs into the relay in the order 1 white, 2 white, 1 red and 1 red. Which ones do I join? Dean
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in cleaning a pyrolitic oven is suppose to lock the oven door , this is a safety feature due to fact that oven gets up much higher in temp than a normal oven , the heated air it produces if let out would flash burn anything in front of it to ashes (people,pets,rugs,etc.) the clock doubles as your display window to see what temp oven is at , there should be a clock selection to see current time of day even if oven is in use , and last but not least , it has a delay cleaning start feature , you can set it to come on and clean it's self , Id recommend not to use this feature for safety reasons (I don't think the mfg thought that feature out too much )
the door should remain locked till oven temp is below a preset minimum safe temp ,id not force it open for safety reasons
So sorry, without the clock interface, the oven will not know how to function. The easiest way to fix the problem is order a new clock from the factory and replace it yourself saving you about 100 dollars.
It sounds like you have either one of the following things that need attention. First, turn off both breakers to the oven and then back on. Next check the wiring from the receptacle to the back of the oven. Next, check your internal fuses. Most ovens have them. Last, check the wiring to the elements and control switches. Somewhere you have a wire burned off the terminals or control switch. That smell you referred to is probably one of the wires that may be burned.
Turn off at mains, turn on again. 0:00 will flash press the manual op key ( on mine button on right) use +/- keys to set the time. Don't use buttons with wavy lines as they are for setting auto cooking time.
hi, if you have a faulty clock it is likely the relay in the clock is stuffed you could try to repair it but i think you are better off just buying a new clock, clocks are expensive thou, so bypassing is a good choice
clock can be bypassed. you will have to get at the clock connections though. you will see a recangular box on the clock pcb which is in fact a relay. next to it are two connections with fairly heavy wiregoing to them. join these together and the clock is then bypassed. you can get female to 2-male connectors which are very convenient for doing this. i must have bypassed hundreds of clocks over time
I'm glad I'm not the only one with this issue. My husband had the grill on too high and melted the buttons, I thought they weren't going in because of that but we've got new buttons and they're working at one side of the clock and not the other.
For the meantime, you can get a thin screwdriver, or something, and poke it through the holes where the buttons would go to substitue. That will get it working in the short term.