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I have a Blanco BOSE 166X oven, bought in 2008 but only installed a few months ago. The timer was always difficult to set, and now I can't set the timer at all and the oven will not come on. I have taken the top cover off the oven and there is a relay that's part of the clock assembly that cuts out all the time. My guess is I will have to get a new timer assembly, but would rather not if I can help it. Any ideas?

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Hello,

first is unplug the the oven from the wall outlet, to hard reset the setting. wait for almost 20 minutes then plug it again.

please tell me if there is still problem after this, melnavz

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To set the time of day. Press the cook time button and the ready time button simultaneously (2nd and 3rd from left). Use the plus and minus buttons to set the required time.

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Thank you so much! Holding the two (autocook on and off) buttons together got rid of the A and now the bottom oven works! Great!

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Try unplugging the oven and let sit for 10 min. This will reset the curcuit board and reboot the electronics. You may have to pull out the stove o get to the cord.

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If it's a Whirlpool or Kenmore oven (or one of several other brands that are made by Whirlpool) then this error code means:

F1 - E1 Safety flip flop Replace Electronic Range Control/Clock (ERC)


The system believes that the control board has failed and needs to be replaced.


This page has a list of diagnostic codes by brand and model number. You should check there to look up your particular brand to confirm what I just said.


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