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Re: How to get over a problem with a quiet alarm
Just get over it, it's not important. Get a hearing aid. It's most likely your ears have aged and the alarm is just as loud as before. What?
It's also possible that the little noise maker has a hole to allow the sound out and has become clogged with dripping pizza, chicken fat, grease vapors, or because it's an electronic device in a hot box it may need replacing.
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Sounds like the timer was set and time is up, the issue is whichever model oven it is has a specific way to stop the alarm. Some just require a simple pressing "cancel" while others use a combination of buttons. I would try pressing either the arrow up or down, if not present just press the "timer" button, see if the alarm symbol changes or disappears
You can't unfortunately. It sounds like the control board is starting to fail. I would suggest having it repaired before it completely fails. Therepairshack.com offers a service that can fix this for you.
Ive heard of this before. Many oven Manufacturers use clockwork timers which give 1 faint "ting" noise when finished. Others use electronic ones, which are not much better. If you are not standing next to the oven, you cant hear it. I usually recommend a separate timer , like a water timer or egg timer type thing which you can set (and Hear) and leave it near where you are working so you can go and turn the oven off. These can normally be purchased at Smiths, Tandys etc maybe Big W or K Mart
If it has a timer, then make sure it is set manual and not auto, or the oven will not work.
Try pressing 2 buttons at the left of timer and one button on right of timer to set it to manual, if it does not work this way, then try another combination of buttons.
Hope this helps.
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It appears that the timer has gone faulty, possibly because of a short in the bulb holder, which probably explains why there is no display and the main oven not working. the top will still work as it is not controlled by the timer.
the solution hear would to be fit a new timer.