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Have you checked the travel path of the other two chains ? If not, be sure that they aren't hung up on something inside the clock. Also, do you have a switch that allows you to turn the chimes on/off? Lastly: are the three weights each on their proper chain? They each have different weights and are sometimes numbered on the bottoms.
try recalibrating your touch screen. go to the screen with the clock and calendar. at the very bottom of the touch screen is a DS icon, select it. next you'll get a screen with: a wrench, clock/calendar, person,a cross hair with a small square in the middle. select the the cross hair with a small square in the middle. the DSLite will walk you through recalibrating your touch screen.
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.
The hand has a center bushing with the square hole in it.Remove the hand and use a pair of pliers on the bushing in the minute hand then re-clock or rotate the bushing back on the quarter hour then replaced it back on the clock.
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Maybe the best way to adjust the screen is with the manual magic focus..instead of letting the tv do the auto change it to manual and see if you can adjust the convergence yourself. I have this same model and once in the manual adjustment you want to make sure you see all white lines....if you seen any blue or red that is the color that needs to be moved towards the white line closest.
Once you think you have it lined up nicely hit "exit" on your remote and option 1....
Hi this is propably too late now but we moved in to our new house six months ago and have a Zanussi ZBF 360 oven, and had no idea how to set the timer / clock. After fiddling around with the oven clock for the last 6 months i managed to set the clock. It shouldn't be much different to the one you have. Hope this helps you and others in the future.
Click the middle button until the little red things on the screen moved round to the clock symbol, then press + or - to get to the correct time, once you have done this it will flash for a few seconds then it will stop flashing and the clock is set. The same goes for the timer to set it when you want to cook something for a period of time eg: ten mins.
As for getting the oven timer to turn it's self on and off I am still messing with it and when i have mastered it I will let people know.