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How do you set the clock on a Hotpoint double oven bd31?

How do you set the clock on a Hotpoint double oven bd31?

To do this you need to press the first 2 buttons on the left of the clock and at the same time press either the + or – button to set the clock. Then when the clock is set it should work then.

How do I set the clock on my Hotpoint oven?

Setting the clock on a Hotpoint oven is a relatively simple procedure.

  1. Press the “Clock” button twice.
  2. Press the “+” or “-” buttons to select the correct time of day.
  3. Press “Start/On” to confirm the time.

How do you reset a Hotpoint double oven?

How to Reset a Hotpoint Stove

  1. Press the “Clear/Off” button several times until the LCD display shows the clock.
  2. Press “Clear/Off” until the LCD display turns off and the oven powers down.
  3. Disconnect the oven’s power supply at the outlet or circuit breaker and wait 60 seconds.

Why does my Hotpoint oven turn itself off?

Most of our modern Hotpoint appliances are fitted with a cooling fan to prevent the controls getting too hot. During this period the fan may switch off and on, this is perfectly normal.

How do I reset the clock on my power cut oven?

To set the timer on this look at the row of buttons and number them from left to right with 1 on the left. Press and hold buttons 2 and 3 together and at the same time press the + button and you can set the time from there. Try that and see how it goes and let me know.

Where is the reset button on a Hotpoint stove?

Why does my oven keep turning off and on?

Poor ventilation can cause the heat to build up to the point that the oven overheats and causes the thermostat to trip, again cutting out your oven in the process. This can be a common issue for new installations and can be a fundamental issue with the oven cavity itself.

Why does my gas oven keep turning off?

This part may be dropping out as a result of a weak HSI or internal gas valve part, which opens and closes to control burner. The HSI igniter’s do wear out over time. Which does not allow them to heat up enough to ignite gas. Thus the cycling condition you described.