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Dacor weall oven not heating - believe I need to reset high limit

MY Dacor wall (single) oven (12 year old model) will not heat - gores immediayely from Bake 350 to Pre-heat 135 but does not get hot at all. I was using the oven at 350 with the oven door open last night for several hours, and then it turned off by itself - and now won't work. The clock is working, etc.

Based on my internet message board readings - I don't know where the high limit switch is and how to access it.

Thoughts?

Thanks.

P Schulte

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power surges can short out the electonics in appliances. If you can locate where the tech sheet is and I would say its behind the control panel on top, look at the wiring diagram and see if there are any replaceable fuse's. Or a resetable fuse for the heating element. If not check to see if power is getting to the main control bord. If there is power there you may need to replace the control.

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