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Smeg Oven digital clocks

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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Two wires drive the clock itself so trace which these are by looking at the track on the card. join the other two. there may be linking across as well.is it a single oven?

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