Question about Dacor Epicure ERD30 Dual Fuel (Electric and Gas) Kitchen Range
First the IR gas broiler stopped responding, the controls indicate its on, but nothing happens. A week later the control panel and clock go off as if there is no power (I have checked the house electrical panel), yet the light works and the self cleaning button makes a sound then a few seconds later another one as if shutting off, either way it does not work. Any idea what the problem is? I have had 2 other service calls for our down draft and stove top igniters. TIA for any suggestions.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Apr 05, 2008
SOURCE: Dacor Oven Death
i think first you should call dacor, 4 months is marginal - they should cover it
but if all else fail you can try this link ti diagnostics manual:
and this link to dismanling instructions:
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
I am sorry, but there is no such error code mentioned among the GE Fault codes.Or this could possibly be because of a faulty display.The display can be replaced on a call.
Else the possible error code similar to this one is "PF" which refers to power failure but generally not related to kitchen range.
Please do check if there is a display change of the error code and post your valuable comments. would be glad to help.Good luck.
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
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I had a similar problem. My broiler wouldn't light but the igniter was glowing. It turns out this igniter has to glow virtually white hot. If it's red or orange it probably needs replacing. I bought a new one from Appliance Parts Pro's. However, when I look at pictures of these things they all look exactly the same. My guess is all appliance manufacturers use the same unit.
To change it on the Dacor you need to pull off the back panel. Loosen the unit inside by removing the screws and shake the wires so someone else can see which ones. Disconnect the wires from the connectors and tape a piece of thickish string to it. This allows you to pull it out from inside the oven and have a way to get it back in past all the little turns and corners. My replacement had bare ends so I cut off the old connectors and soldered them to the new unit. However, I would guess you could use wire nuts instead.
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