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My Dacor PCS130S Oven is Malfunctioning

Recently, my Dacor PCS130S has started malfunctioning. I have had it since I moved into my new house in 2004, yet this is the first time the problem has ever occured. When I would try to preheat the oven, it would stay at 135 degrees and would not increase in temp. I believe it has something to do with the electrical board (I believe there is a reset button somewhere behind the front panel), yet I do not want to start messing around with it when I am unaware of what I am doing. Any solution would be highly appreciated.

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SOURCE: oven will not preheat properly

possible thermostat is sticking

Posted on Feb 15, 2009

SOURCE: dacor 1.5 years old convection oven...not heating

Flip both oven breakers HARD to the "off" position, then back on. If it did not help - you might have a problem with a relay on the control board or a failed bake element.
Grab a flashlight and check the element on the bottom (if you can see it). DO NOT TOUCH THE ELEMENT! If you find any bulging or cracking on the element - it'd out. Before removing the element turn the oven off on the breaker panel.
PS Model number is needed to find the part numbers.

Posted on Oct 22, 2009

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SOURCE: dacor ecs136 will not heat over 135 degrees

replace the heating element

Posted on Jul 19, 2012

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SOURCE: dacor oven won't preheat and

It worked for me but it was not like I was pushing the red button in. It seemed to be in the same place before and after I reset it.

Posted on Nov 26, 2012

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