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The oven door will not close .
i just had a similar problem .the door would fall and i had to lift the top of my door hinge to close it .I found that the pin on the door hinge spring had fall.en out . I installed it back and now it works the way it should.the spring should feel tight with no movement.
on Mar 26, 2014
Both oven lights out
Are you buying hi quality oven grade lamps for this purpose that'll take the intense heat inside an oven? I wonder if they're halogen or tungsten filament lamps. Defective solder, frosty joints and/or ring fractures on lamp driving areas of a circuit board ARE indeed capable of causing problems with lamps.
on Mar 16, 2014
Dacor oven light
Open the over door. Remove the four screws holding in the digital display. Pull it off (have something to stand it up on). Look for the small ribbon going between the printed circuit board (PCB) and the digital display you just removed. Pull the ribbon out from the connector on the PCB. On my model, ECS127SBK, push the three right pins down, and re-connect with just the two left pins. Other models, may be different, so you may have to test it out. Be sure to turn off the power at your breaker box while working on it. You won't have the use of the lightbulbs anymore, but you won't have the damn ticking either! (And you'll save yourself getting ripped off from a technician.) I'm not very skilled when it comes to this stuff, so if I can do it, you can too!
on Sep 27, 2012
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