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We clean are double wall oven and I can,t reset the clock.

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  • williamk77 Apr 27, 2008

    It flashes but you are unable to reset it when you push the approiate buttons.

  • williamk77 Apr 27, 2008

    I've taken the cover off the control panel, does't look to diffecult.

  • williamk77 Apr 27, 2008

    All the other buttons on the control panel work, timer 1,timer 2,cancel secure, bake, all work except for the clock, nothing happens when you push it.

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Hi williamk77,

Your post "reset the clock" may refer to three (3) clocks in your Dacor ECS230. The first is the "Setting the Time of Day" which could be performed by pressing on the "CLOCK" touchpad. The time of day will falsh. "AM" or "PM" will be displayed and "TIME" will flash in the display. Thereafter, press the touchpad "+" or "-" until the correct time of the day is displayed and release touchpad.

The second is the "Using the Minute Timer" which is better explained at the user's manual page 6. Below is a snapshot of that part of that page.We clean are double wall - 09d8cbe.jpg

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and the third is "Timed/Delayed Timed Cooking" likewise better explained at the user's manual (p.9). Should the manual be not readily available, it may be downloaded from here.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

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    Louie Role Apr 27, 2008

    Ooops, sorry gentlemen for doubling up. again failed to refresh before posting. my compliments to all.

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Press “CLOCK” touch pad, then press
“TIME•TEMP” pad to set correct time of
day.

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Go to the circuit panel that controls the oven(probably in the garage) and cycle the power breaker for the oven. Then, when you arrive back in kitchen, it should be flashing...reset it from there..sometimes during cleaning cycle, the digital electronics can glitch.

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    Patrick Michaels Apr 27, 2008

    ahh..ok..then you have a dead panel device behind the access. Do you feel inclined to do this work yourself? You'll need a replacement touch panel, and service manual to open this unit up.

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    Patrick Michaels Apr 27, 2008

    good..now all you need to find is a source for that component. suggest you look on the item, and see if you can detect a part number and maker, perhaps.

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    Patrick Michaels Apr 27, 2008

    well..then you have an done clock button...seems that it will be a timeless appliance now..that can happen in those multifunctional digital panels..one thing drops..gotta replace the whole thing.

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If you unplug it or trip the circuit breaker you should be able to reset the oven and then be able to reset the clock.

I'm not quite sure if you are asking what button you need to press or whether the button is not working, if the above information does not help, please let me know and give me anything else about this problem that you can and I would be glad to help.

thanks and have a good day

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    Benjamin Patri Apr 27, 2008

    yeah, so just try resetting it first by unplugging it or by tripping the circuit breaker and if that doesn't help, let me know

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    Benjamin Patri Apr 27, 2008

    have you checked the connection of the clock button and wires that it is attached to. It may just be internally broken. Check for a loose solder to. Let me know if you find anything

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    Benjamin Patri May 03, 2008

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    Otherwise, let me know if you have further questions and I would be glad to help.





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