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Hi Steve, from what you're describing,it sounds like you've got a bad door lock motor. It should have 2 check switches on the assembly. If one or both of those switches are bad,the control will not read the lock as being engaged so it will not allow the cleaning cycle to start. To get the oven door open you need to pull the locking hook over to the right with a coat hanger. To access the lock assembly you have to get under the top. It's a pain in the rear end but it is doable. Hope that helps and good luck.

DCS Ovens | Answered on Jun 22, 2019

Hi Lou, sounds like you have a bad igniter. If it's not drawing enough amps it won't open the gas safety valve. Fairly simple to replace if you're confident working with electrical parts,if not I'd definitely call a repair company. Hope that helps.

DCS Ovens | Answered on Apr 03, 2019

This is a tough question because we haven't mention the make and model number you should add that so we can help you better but normally if the top oven is not working properly it may have thermostat problem or it could also be control panel problem can you tell more information especially the make and model

Sometimes you can take it out and it's not working properly and take that oven and put it in self-clean mode and it might fix problems

DCS Ovens | Answered on Aug 25, 2018

Error F7 means that the keypad is shorted or stuck and to resolve this issue you'll have to replace the Electronic Range control (ERC).

The code can be caused by a faulty keypad or a stuck keypad which may mean relay is turned on. Determine if problem is with the Key Panel or Control by:
a.- Pushing CLEAR/OFF pad.
b.- Disconnecting Ribbon Cable from control and waiting at least 32 seconds to see if code come on again, the problem is in the Control. Replace control to solve it. If code does not come on, problem is with the Key Panel

Hope helps.

DCS WO-130... | Answered on Jul 08, 2018

Did you ever get a manual? I'm looking for one as well and want to change mine to LP.

DCS FSCO-1 Gas... | Answered on Mar 02, 2018

where are you located?
I have a DCS-FSCO commercial convection oven, how can I help?

DCS FSCO-1 Gas... | Answered on Mar 02, 2018

I just did this same repair...same part number as above (Part #211696 "Electronic Oven Control, Double).
to install you have to remove two screws on the top of the display section of the oven, as well as several screws on the bottom of it, and the screws holding the close pin/temperature probe socket.
Then you can pull off the whole top section (slowly) and remove the two connectors to the existing control unit.
Then release the ribbon cable connected to the control unit on the inside of the top section (press the two small pins inward and slide up the small front section of the black socket to release the ribbon connector.
Unscrew the old control panel, screw in the new one, connect the ribbon, and then reverse removal steps. Easy!

DCS (WOTD-227)... | Answered on Feb 11, 2018

is the control panel locked?i know this isn't your model because you didn't send the model number but maybe this will help you out
also if you used the self clean the lock might have been damaged usually from the extra heat that's used when in self clean,the oven gets up to 1000 degrees and can damage the electronics in any stove or oven.but if you're pressing buttons and they don't seem to work the control lock most likely is on.

DCS Ovens | Answered on Feb 11, 2018

hi there.
this is all i could find.go to this link and see if it helps you.
How to calibrate DCS ovens Google Search

DCS Ovens | Answered on Nov 19, 2017

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