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Why is the clock not working?
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Mechanical clocks on electric ranges don't usually last for very long. The problem with that is the clock is integral to the self-cleaning and timed-bake features. TheyТre not easy to repair, but sometimes they can be. If a mechanical clock is not working, it usually means that it is broken. Most clocks are not repairable, and need to be replaced. Electronic clocks usually have many features integrated into them, so if it's not working correctly, it can affect other functions of your range. Usually if something else is causing the clock to malfunction, the clock gives a code that shows what the problem is. Sometimes you have to replace each component separately, like the touch pad, circuit board, or both, as well as the clock itself.
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