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Dacor ECS230 Epicure Electric Double Oven

After running self clean for the top over, it stopped working. The bottom oven countinued to work fine but after running self clean on the bottom oven it stopped working too. It appears that just about every Dacor has this huge product defect. Dacor's solution, tough luck, it's out of warranty, get it serviced.
ANYONE THINKING ABOUT A WALL OVEN MY ADVICE.
STAY AWAY FROM DACOR

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  • pabinder Sep 23, 2008

    I am absolutely amazed how unresponsive Dacor has been in connection with this issue. This is a MAJOR PRODUCT DEFECT. I have reported them to BBB and State Attorney General's office in New Jersey and California. Apparently, we aren't alone.

  • stephen208 Nov 06, 2008

    I think this is a similar problem to the one pabinder reported.

    We have Dacor double ovens. We "self cleaned" both of them. The top oven (oven 1) works OK. The bottom oven (oven 2) does not heat up. Here's what the bottom oven does:

    1. When I push "bake" a hear a relay click and the panel reads "bake". The display lettering is dimly illuminated compared to the display on the other well-functioning oven.

    2. I select the oven temperature

    3. A few seconds later the display switches to "pre-bake" and I hear a relay click.

    4. Within a half second I hear a second relay click. I hear the pre-bake fan running.

    5. The oven remains on "pre-bake", the fan runs, but the oven does not heat up. The display intensity is dim in comparison to the display for oven 1.



  • Anonymous Nov 27, 2008

    We self cleaned both ovens and now the bottom one does not heat up. Not a good thing when you are home for Thanksgiving.

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You probably tripped a safety thermostat in the back of each oven. If you turn off the breaker and find a way to pull the units out you could probably remove the rear panel and reset the thermostat by pushing in a button on the back of the open thermo. Some thermo's aren't resettable though so you'd have to buy a replacement.

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