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My Blanco oven will not work. Display shows 0:00 'auto' flashing. Cooktop works fine. I have checked the manual but it was of no help. Model number is BF95W. Tried turning off/on at power. This did not work either. Please help!

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Hi You need to set your clock If it is a digital timer you usually have to press 2 of the buttons on the bottom and once you see a change in the clock (usually it stops flashing) press the up or down button to set the time once the time is set you may need to push the manual button sometimes this button is identified by a hand regards Geoff Stove Recyclers WA

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