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I have a Hotpoint R B757 something behind the clock rattles, It's not the clock because I have it off? Could it be the relay or thermostat? Everything works.

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This may be a silly answer but you might try to just take out the few screws from behind the top panel where the clock is and see what's loose behind there. Unplug the stove first of course.

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