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Re: convection oven help
Do you have any other indication that there is any power to the range? If not check the circuit breakere or fuse in you electric panel. If there is some indicatioan that you have power coming to the range, then check for a fuse in the range by taking off a back panel and doing a visual inspection. If no fuse is blown, there may be another visual problem you may see while looking for a fuse. Otherwise let me know what you see.
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The first thing I would check, considering you've confirmed there's power at the outlet the oven is plugged into, unplug it. Next, remove the metal panel that is behind the "head," (behind the clock and the controls.) Look for a blown fuse on the circuit board in there. Chances are, that may be all that is wrong. At least it's a cheap fix, and your local Radio Shack should have a replacement fuse for you.
It sounds like you are setting a cooking time instead of setting the time of day. The oven wont work until a time of day is set. press the centre button (4x)until a red light flashes in the bottom right corner of the clock if you miss it keep pressing until you cycle through to the rh corner(note clock symbal) press + or - until you get to the right time leave for 12 secs then time locks in and your oven will work. the other flashing lites top left= cooking time bottom left =end time top right =timer function with no oven control. If this does not solve it the timer is faulty and requires replacing. good luck.
the oven controller in the main service/selection panel has either a bad solder joint on the circuits or the start realy for the oven on the same circuit board is bad and you have to replace the whole panel you cannot just buy the relay
Got the same problem. Here's a work around: Turn breaker off, second person needs to hold the CANCLE/LOCK button (keep holding it!) Turn breaker back on and keep holding the button, lock feature may turn on, red lock light stays on, KEEP HOLDING THE BUTTON. At the end you will get a F11 (shorted keypad) warning. It may take up to 20 seconds or more but in my case the red lock light goes off, the dashes disappear and everything is back to normal. Now here are the bad news. This does not fix the problem (I think it's the EOC). Every time the power goes off the red lock light and dashes will come back. It also may require to people to fix this/work around... but, hey, it doesn't cost anything either...
Flipped the breaker switch! Although we had looked at the breaker first thing, and it was not flipped off, plus everything else on the range was working: we found out it is actually a double breaker, with one half controlling just the oven, and it can be just partially flipped and you don't notice it. So as soon as you toggle it off and on again, you are back in full power.
your correct the only difference between a regular oven and a convection oven is that it has a fan.when you open the oven door the fan should be spinning to a stop if this is not the case you may have a problem with the fan.
Hi... Having problems with my Dacor ERD36 as well, I came across this posting that might help with your particular situation of not being able to open the oven door.
Here is the link to the forum: http://www.applianceguru.com/forum1/2189.html
In case you can't get to the forum link, here is the response:
Have a 2nd person at the circuit breaker turn off power. You press and hold the cooktime keypad. The other person turns the breaker back on. The display will show the 4-character ID code of the ERC (e.g., 1180). You have 30 seconds between each test.
Press and hold these keys on sequence:
convection bake standard bake pure convection broil timer 2 (momentary push only) stop time clock
Finally, we arrive at the test we want: Open the door, push and hold cook time for 10 seconds. Self clean latch motor will activate. Door latch will complete a cycle. The test will end the ERC will display the time of day.
Complete this test within 30 seconds or you'll get an F0 code (stuck keypad).