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Removing control panel

I'd like to remove control panel to replace membrane. Two touchpad keys -- the + and - keys, used to adjust temperature or set timers -- are not functioning, even after toggling breaker a few times.

Dacor told me only authorized repairmen are taught how to remove the panel!

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  • bobbomo Aug 21, 2008

    I already know (from that the part number for the ERD30 membrane is Part 755601. WWhat do not know is how to take off the control panel so that I can get to the membrane. I took off the 4 screws under the panel, but it still doesn't budge.

  • bobbomo Aug 21, 2008

    "after all the suggestion ..."

    What suggestions are you taking about?

  • bobbomo Aug 21, 2008

    No, that's the standard "Use and Care Manual" for owners. Nothing about removing control panel. Thanks for trying.


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    Dov Barak Jan 05, 2009

    after you remove the control module (4 screws), you have to remove 6 screws for the membrane,


    you have to release to front panel in order to tilt it so that you can reach the screws


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You can check this link for this concern , just copy and paste the link..

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After all the suggestion and still didnt worked then it should deliver to your nearest technician to fix your problem. hope that helps!


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