Thank you for your answer. I have an appointment in 15 minutes so I am going out the door now. I will get back to you in approximately 2 - 3 hours. Thanks again for your response.
After removing the back cover from the range I see that this range does not use a wire ribbon or a touch pad (membrane). Below the digital clock is a row of seven push button switches: timer, clock, cook time, clean, stop time, broil, and bake temp. These switches are on a circuit bord that is piggy backed onto the main board that has the clock, the stop/clear switch and the pot to set the time, temp, etc. I separated the two boards removing the seven push button switches and plugged in the stove. The beeper and the F1 are still there. So does that mean that the clock circuit is bad, even though it keeps time?