Has anyone had problems with the enamel deteriorating and falling off on the inside of the oven? If so, how did you go about getting it repaired or replaced? I have a Dacor RSD30 Dual Fuel stove and the enamel is falling off the inner facing of the oven. It is 4 years old and I rarely use the oven. Any assistance would be appreciated.
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Re: Oven enamel chipping
The only solution I know of for the enamel coming off on these units is replacement of the unit, and since it is 4 years old you are going to have a tough time getting dacor to replace it or even give you a credit towards a new one. I have never actually seen the problem on a Dacor. Does the unit have a hidden lower bake element? If you cannot seee the elemnt its hidden, and you cannot put tin foil on the floor of any unit wiht a hidden bake element, as it will damage the finish. I know this isnt much help, but I work on Dacor products regularly as we are an authorized servicer, and I can't say I've ever seen a finish problem on one. Best bet at this point is to call Dacor and see if they will do anything about it. Good Luck!
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It would look like a chip came off the surface. The only way that can happen is if something hard hit the surface to make it chip off. It might be that something overflowed onto the surface and baked on it.
I have searched diligently and cannot find what the interior of the oven is made of. I suggest you open the owner's manual and find contact information for the manufacture. Call or email them for an answer.
they make special appliance enamel touch up paint, which is good for a knick and a chip here and there. If its a bigger job than that, you may want to use a higher heat enamel. Ive used high heat engine enamel purchased at an auto parts store, which they formulate to work with the heat of car engines. It comes in a spray can, so it depends on the scope of the project/repair.
The door itself is vitrous enamel, although I have not found it a problem if some gets on to it.
What you must ensure is that you do not put any on the element liners or covers on the sides. of the oven, otherwise it stains them.
Don't get it on any paint work either.
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