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Auto will not go off. cant use oven

Auto keeps flashing. i press reset but after seconds or a minute at most auto comes back on and cooker goes off

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Hi, I too have had this problem and after some fiddling found that if you press the '+' button 3 times (it seemed to circle through the beep sounds) all of a sudden the auto light went out and I was able to set the time. Yay! Don't know if you've tried this but thought I reply anyway! Anyone know where I can get a manual from???

Posted on Sep 05, 2008

  • peeweewee Sep 05, 2008

    Actually, thinkning about it again, I think my first press was for a couple of seconds. Hope it helps!

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