You can do what I do. ; Our clock broke a few years ago. I just set the oven
to go on manually in the clean position, then turn it off four hours later.
They wanted $100 for a new clock, this is much cheaper.
When I moved into this house, it had an old built-in electric oven.
The oven worked fine, but the clock wouldn't keep time. It just made a
LOUD sound (UHH...UHH...UHH...UHH...) all the time. I didn't need the
clock, so I disconnected it.
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