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It could be that the clock is on the way out, or the buttons that control the clock have dirty contacts. espares can get you a new clock/timer. What you can do is with the oven switched off, rapidly press all the clock buttons one at a time to try and remove the dirt. Switch the oven back on and see what happens. If you need a handbook, post an email address and I will send you a pdf copy.
I have answered other posts in this section on how to use the timer, so check there if you don't have the information.
We have no idea what product you're talking about. You've posted it in the "Vacuums" section of the site, but I can't imagine your vacuum has a clock unless it's one of the new Roomba robots with the timer on it. Post the question again, and include the exact part number of your vacuum.
I imagine one can figure it out by going through some menu button on the remote and if not well, it won't be long before that function will be no good because next year in Feb, you'll need a converter box to receive TV shows which will be HDTV quality, though you can hook it up to your current TV and just use the record button to record the source from that box. Hope that helps.