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I have an old electric oven. Somehow after touching the timer settings the oven will now not work. What do I need to set the timer options to. The timer is adjusted using knobs - one for the clock and the other for the timer. Please help.

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The timer must be in manual mode for the oven to work. Turn the oven ON. With the oven turned on make adjustments to the two knobs. These are generally stop/start timers. These turn and you can also normally press them in. Be patient. When the oven indicator light comes on it will be fixed.

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