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Dacor ERD30 oven trouble

I have a dacor erd30s60ch dual fuel. The oven will not heat up. I put a new element in but that did not solve the problem. I have 120v to ground on both terminals with the element removed but not 240V across them. I looked for the reset that was already mentioned as a fix but could not find it Any suggestions? Thanks, Keith

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  • keithctc Mar 26, 2008

    I only have 120 at the element. I'm not sure what the thermal fuse looks like but there are two identicle 1" round components with two spade connectors on each with a small, square, red reset button. One has Black and black wires - this one has 120v on both sides only when you push BAKE. The other one has orange and white wires- there is no voltage on either wire even after pushing bake. Thanks

  • keithctc Mar 26, 2008

    I could not locate the thermo fuse yet. This picture shows the two items with th red reset buttons on them. The one on the left has voltage on both sides only when youpush the bake button. The one on the right does not have any voltage even after you push the bake button Is this normal?

  • keithctc Mar 27, 2008

    I disconnected both wires on both switches. There is continuity when the switch is in its normal state, when you push in the red button the circuit is broken. Both switches act the same. One of these switches has 120v on both sides of it when you push the BAKE button on the range - the other one has no voltage at any time ???



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You must inspect all switch contacts, wire continuity, and connections to be ok.

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  • Anonymous Mar 25, 2008

    Turn off power to the stove at breaker panel.
    Open oven door.
    Remove screws from vent panel below the control panel on front of stove.
    Directly behind automatic door locking mechanism is a U-Shaped connector with a red button in the middle. Press down the red button.
    Replace vent panel.
    Restore power.
    Set clock and oven should work.

  • Anonymous Mar 27, 2008

    As seem if the other end of white is that you found loosen, it may go to neutral or may ground.

    You must check carefully.

    Make sure using a multimeter if the shown white end has straight continuity with the loosen end.

  • Anonymous Mar 27, 2008

    I sorry my previous suggestion sent to you by error (it is for another question)

  • Anonymous Mar 27, 2008

    Make sure that both two shown swithes with red button operate properly.If it is possible disconnet wires and check their resistance with button pressed. Measurement should be Zero ohms.

  • Anonymous Mar 28, 2008

    As the two swithes change state when red pushed or not, they seem to be ok.

    You have changed the element whith new as said;

    Did that removed found damaged?

    Have you placed the new right in order to ensure the circuit is not open at contacts of replaced element?

    Did you check also resistanse of the new element in comparison with the old? (a very rare case for the new to be defect).

  • Anonymous Apr 04, 2008

    Have a look at manual below:

    This Use & Care Manual is designed to enable

    you to properly operate and maintain your new

    range. Please keep this manual handy for easy

    access and quick reference......

  • Anonymous Apr 04, 2008
  • Anonymous Apr 04, 2008

    At view select >"ranges"> ERD30s06

  • Anonymous Apr 05, 2008

    1. ERD models must be connected to a grounded,

    metallic, permanent wiring system. Alternatively,

    a grounding conductor should be connected to

    the grounding terminal or lead on the appliance.

    2. ERG models must be connected to a grounded

    receptacle. Failure to do so may result in an

    electrical shock hazard.

    3. Do not use an extension cord with this appliance.

    Such use may result in fire, electrical shock, or

    other personal injury.

    4. Do not install a fuse in the neutral or ground

    circuit. A fuse in the neutral or ground circuit may

    result in an electrical shock hazard.

    Have a look page 8,9.


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Check if both circuit breakers for the oven are on.
The control board needs only 120V but it should be 240V for the heating elements to function properly.

Check if there is 120V coming to the thermal fuse.

when you get your meter . put the oven on bake and check your power on the bake element if you do not have 240 volts then your control board is bad. if you have 240 volts then you element is bad.

Please don't forget to rate the solution.

Posted on Mar 25, 2008

  • Priya darshan Mar 25, 2008

    The problem is with your Thermal fuse only since it has got overheated and burnt.So i strongly recommend you to replace the thermal fuse.

  • Priya darshan Mar 26, 2008

    You can view the picture of the thermal fuse from HERE
    If you need more info about thermal fuse you can click HERE



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