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I pre heated my oven. It beeped when ready so I put in my food. It kept beeping. I tried touching start, it still beeped, indicating pre heat end. What did I do wrong? Also, how do I set it to bake for a longer period of time? Can I bake at a non pre-specified temp? Ie 315?

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I would try to cancel it out.. and restart it..if it wont clear, slide the stove out and unplug it or trip the breaker in the fuse box..retry..

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