Question about Dacor Epicure EOG36 (LP) All-in-One Grill / Smoker
Unlike most other high in gas grills, your Dacor requires 120 volts for everything that's electrical (i.e. ignitors, rotisserie, lights, etc) therefor, there are several connection blocks and transformers that may be causing the problem. The lights, for instance, use a low voltage 12 volt transformer. Nevertheless, before I say, that the transformer or circuit blocks and contact switches are bad, you need to trace all the wiring to make sure all the connections are intact. It won' t be an easy job, but it's one that is necessary. Having a multi-meter circuit tester will be a big benefit, as you can test where the power starts and where it ends and everything in between, .to see where the problem(s) lie.
To help you, I have included a link to Dacor's, Owners Manual page that has your model number listed. The Owners Manual has a schematic for everything electrical, which will be a benefit to you. You can download and print the manual, if you so desire.
Hope this help you solve the problem.
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
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