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you are, that sounds like your setting the timer for cooking not the clock.....switch the hole thing off at the wall then put it back on, the clock should flash, then set it, check the manual for button config.
infact i just read it, & its on page 10 2nd paragraph on right hand side...........
You can only change the clock when no other clock function is
ie switch it off & back on at the wall.
1.Press the < > clock function button repeatedly until
the< > O(pic of a clock) and symbols light up.
2. Set the clock using the rotary selector.
The setting is applied automatically
Firstly, make sure the actual time is correct. Set the oven (if it's a double oven the clock function will only work on the main oven) to the setting and temp required. The first timer setting you put in is the cooking duration (not the start time) ie if it's a casserole that you want on low for a couple of hours, adjust the first setting to 2:00, when you press for the next setting you will see the the timer has already added 2hrs to the current time, adjust this to the time you want the item to finish (eg, You want it ready for 6pm, adjust to 18:00). Don't press anything else, give it a second or two and the oven will switch off. The oven will switch on 2hrs (or whatever time you have set) before the end time. Whilst the oven is waiting to switch back on, on some models the cooling fan will run continually, this is normal. If you are a little slow enter the times the clock will time ut and return to the actual time. Hope this helps
I had a Wolf 30F wall oven with a similar problem after power outage. It wouldnt stop beeping with error message related to temperature control. My solution was to turn power of at circuit panel, then reset by pressing and holding the clear button for 5 seconds.
Also note: in my case I had to close the display before switching the panel off. When I tried to the reset process with the panel showing, it wouldn\'t reset.
To reset other various parts of the control panel Instructions said:
Immediately after the oven is installed, set the 12-hour clock to the current time of day. It may need to be reset after a prolonged power failure. The clock is visible on the control panel during all modes. If the upper oven timer is set, the clock will not be visible in the upper oven control panel display.
1) Touch CLOCK.
2) Touch number pads to set current time of day.
3) Touch CLOCK or ENTER to start clock.
The time-of-day clock can be changed from a 12-hour clock to a 24-hour clock. After the clock has been set, touch TEMPERATURE for three seconds, touch CLOCK, and then touch ENTER. Follow the same sequence to change back to the standard 12-hour clock setting.
Fahrenheit to Celsius
The oven can be changed from Fahrenheit (°F) temperature to Celsius (°C).
I'm assuming this is an Omega/Creda Europa oven. All you need to do to make the oven work again is set the clock. The 0:00 and "AUTO" will stop flashing and the oven will work again. You didn't specify a model number, but you should be able to set the clock as follows:
1. Hold down the two buttons on the left-hand side under the clock display. One should have a symbol of a bell and the other, a symbol of a cookpot (not a cookpot and 'STOP'). 2. While still holding both of these buttons, use the + and - buttons to set the clock to the correct time. The clock needs to be set in 24 hour format.
If this doesn't work, look for the buttons under the clock with the bell symbol and the cookpot symbol. Hold both of these buttons in and use the + and - buttons to set the clock.
If this doesn't work or your clock doesn't have these buttons, let me know and I'll check for other possible methods of setting the clock on Europa ovens. If you can find the model number it would assist me greatly. This should be on a sticker on the rim of the oven and can only be seen when the oven door is open - possibly at the bottom. The model number should be something like 40-1, 60-1 or 66-1.
If you can't find the model number, please let me know how many buttons there are in total below the clock and which symbols are written above each button and the order from left to right. I will then be able to provide the correct instructions for your oven.
The control on the right is for temperature,0 to 275 degrees centigrade.50 is about at 2 o, clock and 275 is about 9 o, clock.Middle dial is for the timer.The left hand one is your functions.at 2o,clock is the light.At 3o,clock is conventional oven top and bottom elements heat.5o,clock is the top element for browning.7o,clock is the bottom element for crisping.9o,clock is the infra red grill for small stuff one element.11o,clock is the full grill for all.12o,clock is off.If you need to order the knobs the part no. is 3303563831. cost € 21.36.