THE DAYLIGHT savings time which marks the start of summer is set to end this month.
On the last Sunday of the month, October 31, 2021, Brits will have to set their clocks back one hour.
And while most devices update automatically there are still a few that you need to update manually.
Here’s how to change the time on your oven.
How do I change the time on my oven?
Most modern-day ovens have a clock and a timer button alongside two up-down or arrow buttons to set the time with.
If you press the clock button your clock display should come up and by using the arrows or up-down buttons you will be able to change the time.
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Once you are finished, push the clock button once again and you’re ready.
Some ovens have one button for the clock and timer in which case you will need to activate the clock setting feature either by pushing the button continuously or by tapping it twice.
Once you have the clock numbers flashing, you should be ready to set the time right.
Some older models have a clock knob which makes the time change a little bit more complicated.
First, you need to check if the knob has any button near it which you will need to push and hold down.
Then you have to turn the knob in order to change the time.
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