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Oven timer goes off when not being used

The oven timer beeps when the oven is not being used. The screen reads F1 and when i press clear the beeping stops for a few seconds and starts again. How do i reset the oven, so the beeping will stop.

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    Oven timer goes off randomly and F1 flashes.

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I have the same problem with the beeping and screen flashing F1 does anyone have a solution yet?!

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