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Michael Dancy Posted on Mar 14, 2007

DCS RGS-486GD Gas Kitchen Range not heating up properly

Our DCS RGS-486GD Gas Kitchen Range does not heat up properly. Our oven has a top temperature of 500F. We can not seem to get it to go over 350F. Also, it takes about an hour to reach that temperature. Ideas?

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douglas smith

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  • Posted on Jul 23, 2008

SOURCE: igniter will not shut off on my DCS RGS-366 gas range

spark generator is faulty usually - replace



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  • Posted on Oct 17, 2009

SOURCE: DCS RGS 366 range, oven will not do anything when I turn it on

Sounds like the electronic ignitor has gone bad. Here is DCS contact info, they should be able to direct you to a reliable service provider:

contact DCS Customer Service at (888) 281-5698. Before you call, please have the
following information ready:
 Model Number (located on rating plate backside of kickpanel).
 Serial Number
 Date of installation
 A brief description of the problem
Your satisfaction is of the utmost importance to us. If a problem cannot be resolved to your satisfaction,
please write, fax, or email us at:
Attention: Consumer Relations
5800 Skylab Road
Huntington Beach, CA 92647
Fax us at: (714) 372-7004
email: [email protected]


Wale Sarumi KomputerSolution

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  • Posted on Oct 15, 2010

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the problem should be from the heating element of your electric oven. The heating element is weak, that why its not heating reliably.

Also, there might be some partial contact, that is, the wire connected to the heating element might have loose contact partially, due to past heat coming out from the oven.

You need to open/disassemble the oven, check the wires connected to the heating element and see if they are intact. If its intact, then you might have to replace the heating element, for the electric oven to work efficiently again.

I hope this helps.

Good luck.


Catalin Turcu

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  • Posted on Jul 28, 2011

SOURCE: Place explain in detail how to get the door back

Turn the range off and let it cool completely.

  • 2 Open the range door to the first stop where it rests open on its own.
  • 3 Place one hand on each side of the range door near the middle and pull the range door up and out to remove the door. Pull the door off at the same angle as it rests at the first stop. This will release the door completely from the slide-off hinges that mount to the door and the range frame.
  • 4 Place the range door on a solid surface. Remove the two Phillips screws on the left hinge that mounts to the door, turning each one counterclockwise with a screwdriver. Remove the two screws on the right door hinge in the same manner.
  • 5 Remove the left hinge on the range frame by turning each of the two Phillips screws counterclockwise. Remove the right hinge on the range frame in the same manner.
  • 6 Place the new hinge on the range frame on the left side and line the screw holes up with the holes in the frame. Screw the hinges on by turning the screws clockwise. Repeat for the right side of the range frame.
  • 7 Place the new hinges on the left and right side of the door and attach them with Phillips screws, turning them clockwise.
  • 8 Pick up the range door with one hand on each side and slide the door back into the hinges on the range frame to attach the two sides of the hinges together.
  • This is how you take it out ..and to put it back the procedure is reversed ...If the hinges are already attached on the door ..all you have to do is to get the right position (45 degrees ) to slide it back in ..


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