Question about Dacor Epicure ESG366 Gas Cooktop
I've got a ESG366 and one of the purple LED burner indicators is completely missing. It must have fallen out (or into) the appliance. I can order the replacement LED, but I have no idea how to disassemble the cooktop. Either removing the porcelin top, or from underneath the cooktop. I'm quite handy with appliance repair. I was just looking for input from gurus on where to start before I jump in. Thanks much!
I'm not an expert, but I just had mine apart. You should take the panel off from beneath the control panel. This is a matter of removing about 6-8 screws and slipping the small piece of sheet metal out. You may then be able to find your "missing" LED, which is probably dangling inside the control panel assembly area. I believe there is simply a tab or other simply fastening clip that you slip the LED back onto; this holds the LED against the control panel. Assuming the LED is still working and still wired to the knob, it should work fine.
Posted on Nov 26, 2007
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