I have a Dacor wall oven model CPO 130 (over 10 years old).
The rotary switch pcb assy. part #82810 is not working correctly. LCD light in first baking position (bottom heat) stays always on even when dial is in "off" position. Sometimes in blinks even in second position (broil).
To start the oven, I first have to push the memory botton. Other then that, everything works normal.
I would like to buy a new switch board, but it is discontinued and I cannot find it anywhere. I am sure it must exist somewhere either new or used or remanufactured.
Any advice would be appreciated.
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Re: How to find discontinued Dacor oven part?
Here's a link with a pdf file that lists your part #82810 for $202.31. http://ww1.dacorservice.com/PartsCatalog/docs/Links/2.pdf. The date on the pdf is 6/12/08. You can also locate a dealer or authorized service providor for Dacor applicances at: http://www.dacor.com/Customer-Care/Locate-A-Servicer.aspx. Good luck!
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More than likely your not going to be able to find a part once its been discontinued, especially if its been that way for a while, but there is an alternative though. There are companies that specialize in rebuilding control boards, etc that have been discontinued and are no longer available. I would contact a company like appliance parts depot or another major distributor because they will have the numbers you'll need to contact those companies, but remember, whatever the cost of the part was is nothing compared to the cost they charge to remake the part.
HI - I just had the same problem - repairman came and reset the breaker in the oven which "tripped" (even tho I havent used the lower oven in months). Read posts here on other Dacor ovens which explain how to get to the reset switch to avoid having $150 in repair costs - I have not tried that myself tho but good luck!
Dacor probably won't cover anything. F1 is either the touch pad or ERC (clock). If it stops beeping when the touch pad is uplugged from the ERC then the touch pad is the problem if not it is the ERC. Call Dacor Customer service to get a price on the parts and to voice your displeasure.
Well in my professional opinion if I only had those two to chose from I would go with the Thermador unit Why ??? From a service point the parts are readly avib. and the replacement parts cost is less then the Dacor. from my recent repairs the Thermador is more of a heavy duty unit as far as the most options I think Daycor has it beat. I own Gaggenau units and love to cook as you it is just what I wanted. Just remember you get what you pay for and the best match is the unit that will give you the options that are most important to you Hope this helps.