Question about Dacor Preference RSD30 Gas Kitchen Range
Oven door was left open while cooking and now it will not heat. I know there is a reset button for this type of a problem, can you tell me how to access it on model # RSD30 Dual fuel slide in range? Thanks.
The reset button is located near (probably behind) the latch that locks your door during sef clean. The reset is located in the middle a thermostat that looks like a round disc the size of a quater and about 1/4 to a 1/2 inch high with two wires, one on each side, plugged into it. Usually with a long thin screwdriver and the power turned off you can reset it with out having to take anything, or at least very little parts, off.
Posted on Nov 03, 2007
This solution worked for me. My gas oven would not work even though my burners would. There were 6 screws to undo and I removed the screen that led to the thermostat. Note: the reset button is located on the top of the thermostat and is red (actually is a square red button) - it is behind another round metal disk (that you first will see after removing the metal screen) with wires plugged into to but if you look from the front side view you will see it behind the disk. I reached back with my finger and pressed it down to reset. Thanks all for this great tip - saved me a service call!
Posted on Dec 24, 2007
We have older ( maybe mid 90's) stackable ovens. We tried to use the cleaning feature on the bottom oven and popped the reset switch. To repair, I took the bottom 'kick plate' off the upper oven which exposes the top of the bottom oven. On the very back of the bottom oven (you can reach it with your arm) there is a module that houses a little red reset switch that was popped 'OU'T'. I pushed the button back 'IN' and voila, we have two ovens again ! Took 5 minutes and did not need to shutoff power to the stoves.
Just in time for the 09' Turkey Day !
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
I had this problem where the display panel said "off" and none of the buttons worked. My kids made pizza last night and I know that somehow they left the oven door open and it tripped a sensor.
My solution: I turned to entire stove off at the circuit breaker for about 30 seconds and then turned the breaker back on. It reset the computer chip and the display came back on showing the clock. The oven now works. I have found with any computer related item, if all else fails, turn the thing off, wait a bit, then turn it back on. It resets itself.
Hope this helps somebody else. It saved me a service call.
Posted on Mar 15, 2009
Millennia Classic MCS130S
Power off. Take the plate off covering latch. Six screws come out. A cover for the electronics is next, in my case, has no screws. Ease the square U shape sheet out. I eased the right side out, lifting the control panel then twisted the right side into the oven and the left side slide out. About 8-10" in is a right facing red reset. My finger did not work so I used a long slot head screwdriver to press it in. Power on and it worked. I called Dacor prior and they said, "Call a serviceman." Remember that when you buy a new stove.
Posted on Feb 01, 2012
I had the same thing as kbega. Display panel said "off" and oven would not work. Turned off power at circuit breaker, then turned it back on. Worked for a week and then happened again. Did it again today. Will see. Anybody have a more permanent solution?
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
My oven is off and the digital control panel has the word "off" lit up...no buttons can be pushed etc. Doesn't turn on etc. Can you help?
Posted on Jun 15, 2008
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