phillips cooker timer

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kevin1414
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Joined: 9 May 2006 19:19
Location: edinburgh

phillips cooker timer

Post by kevin1414 »

Hi Folks

my 18 month son has being playing about with the timer switch on my cooker, now my oven and grill will not work, can anyone help please
i cant stand another day of salads

Cheers
Kevin
sarahc
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Joined: 16 Jan 2006 10:29
Location: Sydenham

Post by sarahc »

Hi,

My daughter played with my timer one time - turned out she had put it onto 'Auto'. You could check if this is the case with yours. Mine is a whirlpool one -not sure if it's the same......worth a try!!

Good luck! :wink:
lemonade
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Joined: 25 Oct 2005 23:01
Location: Croydon

Cooker Timer

Post by lemonade »

Hello Kevin1414

Sarahc's quite right what she says. Set the timer in the MANUAL position. Some timers show the manual position as a picture of a hand.

....Timers, who needs 'em!
DaveT
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Joined: 9 Nov 2004 16:10
Location: Sydenham

locked cooker

Post by DaveT »

This sounds rather like a problem we had when our 18mth old decided to play with the buttons on the oven.

This resulted in the display showing something odd, and the oven refusing to respond to any button presses (including switching automatic/manual).

We ended up turning the oven off at the mains, waited 30 seconds and then turned it back on again. We breathed a sigh of relief when normal service was resumed.

might help...
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