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NeoChef - Setting the Clock, Timer and Childlock

Troubleshooting Cooking Appliances Last Updated 05/09/2018
NeoChef - Setting the Clock, Timer and Childlock

When the oven is plugged in for the first time or after a power interruption, the clock defaults to the 12-hour clock mode and 12H appears on the display. You can set the time or switch to the 24-hour clock mode.

  1. Childlock

    Childlock function is a unique safety measure that prevents unwanted oven operations. Once the Childlock is set, no cooking can take place.

    Debris or water on the controller can cause button not to work properly.

    To cancel the childlock, press and hold STOP/CLEAR until loc disappears on the display.

    child lock
  2. Setting the clock.

    LMC0975ST, LMC1575***

    • Open the oven door. Press + repeatedly to toggle between the 24-Hour (24H) and 12-Hour (12H) clock mode.

    • Press ENTER to set the clock mode.

    • To set the time of the day, press + or - to select the desired hour.

    • Press ENTER to set the hour.

    • Press + or - to select the desired minutes.

    • Press ENTER to finish setting the time of day.

    NOTE: If you do not want the time of the day to appear on the display, press STOP/CLEAR button after plugging in the oven.

    To reset the clock mode, you must unplug and reconnect the power cord.

    To reset the time of the day, press and hold TIMER until a flashing ± appears on the display.


  3. Setting the clock.

    LMC0975SB, LMC0975SW, LMC1375**

    • Press + repeatedly to toggle between the 24-Hour (24H) and 12-Hour (12H) clock mode.

    • Press START to set the clock mode.

    • To set the time of the day, press + or - to select the desired hour.

    • Press START to set the hour.

    • Press + or - to select the desired minutes.

    • Press START to finish setting the time of day.

    NOTE: If you do not want the time of the day to appear on the display, press STOP/CLEAR button after plugging in the oven.

    To reset the clock mode, you must unplug and reconnect the power cord.


  4. Setting the clock.

    LMC2075**

    Setting the Clock Mode for 10:30 A.M.

    • Touch STOP/CLEAR.

    • Touch and hold TIMER/CLOCK until 12H appears in the display (approximately 3 seconds).

    • Touch START/ENTER/+30 sec.

    • Touch the number keys to set the time (1, 0, 3 and 0)

    • Touch START/ENTER/+30sec

    NOTE: If you do not want the time of the day to appear on the display, press STOP/CLEAR button after plugging in the oven.

    To reset the clock mode, you must unplug and reconnect the power cord.

    You can switch between a 12-hour and 24-hour clock mode by touching TIMER/CLOCK after Step 2.


  5. Setting the timer.

    LMC0975ST, LMC1575

    The timer function serves as an extra kitchen timer. It chimes when the set time runs out. It does not start or stop cooking.

    How to set the timer.

    • Open the oven door, press CLEAR

    • Press TIMER once. 10 appears in the display.

    • Set the desired time by pressing + or - until the time appears in the display. Press and hold + or shut the oven door and use the slide touch key to rapidly increase the time.

    • Press ENTER to start the timer and the countdown appears on the display.

    Setting the Timer for 3 Minutes

    • Touch TIMER/CLOCK.

    • Touch the Number Keys to the time (3, 0 and 0)

    • Touch START/ENTER/30 sec. Timer will start counting down in display.

    Canceling the timer.

    • Press TIMER once and the display will return to the time of the day.

    NOTE: When the time is over, you will hear a melody chime sound and END will display. Press CLEAR.


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Author - Sanmi Ajanaku

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