Question about Dacor Epicure ERD30 Dual Fuel (Electric and Gas) Kitchen Range

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Dacor rsd305 Hello Experts, I did an oven clean with my Dacor and now it won't heat up again. I press bake and set the temp for 350 or so. The display starts at 135 and stays there. No heat. It reads 135 pre heat. I turned the breaker on and off with no change. Any suggestions? thanks I purchased a Dacor Epicure ERD30 in 2002. The computer control center (Green box located in top front of range went out in 2007 and was replaced under the extended warranty. I am having problems with the lower oven element, clock It wants to run backwards after it is set and now the broiler does not want to light properly.Given the price of the range ($3975) and the cost of the control center $500+), It would seem that the control center would have a part warranty for at least 5 years. Is there any relief from the high part replacement costs?

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    I have the same problem. I click to heat oven, but it starts at 135 for preheat, and never heats. Anybody have a solution?

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Once you replace the oven control again....never use self clean on any oven....unless you want to replace parts.
Before you replace the control...look inside the control panel for a resettable thermal fuse.

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