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Smeg F170P-5 Oven

Internal light works
Clock works(6 flashes every 10 seconds ?)
Thermostat , not lighting up.
Function set contol, not lighting.
Oven will not start

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  • noloaf Jan 01, 2009

    i have the exact same problem

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Models with analogue/digital programmer feature a "DEMO" function which deactivates the heating elements while leaving the other functions unchanged. To activate it, simply press the bell (minute minder), - and + keys for 3/4 seconds. A confirmation beep will inform the user that the function is active. To deactivate it, simply repeat the same procedure. This worked for my Smeg SC399X-6.

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