Question about Dacor ECS127 Epicure Electric Single Oven
It gets tricky from there...
I would check for power at the element....if there is power and the element is not getting hot then you have a bad element.... 220 volts across the two wires to the element or more is considered proper power...
If there is no power there.... then you need to flow the wires back till you get power and that is where your problem is....
This is the best way to troubleshoot your oven...but a good quality electrical meter is needed.... and you need to be very careful when working with electric as it can kill you!!!
Posted on Nov 07, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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