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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It is not the control unit. Remove oven from housing, switch power off and remove either the top panel or the back of the oven You will see two wires going to a thermal overload cut out, looks likse a round thermostat. Join the 2 wires togther bypassing the toc, it will now work okay
Posted on Jul 12, 2007
SOURCE: f-23 error code
this sounds like an overheat problem this unit has several fans that run at different speeds any one of which could be compromised you will need an engineer to sort out
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Posted on Dec 19, 2007
SOURCE: Dacor ECS227
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Posted on Aug 21, 2008
I confirm that you should get an oven thermometer as I did as my 720 wasn't behaving itself. Lakeland do one that works well and is not to expensive. I found that the fan oven was working ok but the top oven was way out, i.e. setting 160 on the dial produced 140 in the oven. The thermostat sensors for both ovens are located at the rear of each oven at the top right. They should be clear of all congealed fat etc and should be bright and silver in colour. If they are dirty this may cause them not to work correctly. Lakeland again do an oven cleaner that you paint on with a brush. It may take more than one go but it cetainly removes all the rubbish and may well restore the thermostat to near normal operation. When cleaning the sensors be careful of the thin wire from them as if this is damaged you will have to have a complete new thermostat.
(The oven cleaner works on everything inside the oven including the stay clean lining).
As a final thought is the cooling fan running when the oven fan is on as this may cause the oven to overheat?
Best of luck.
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
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