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I came down this morning to find my dacor oven panel off.

If voltage to unit check transformer

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TheMobilian

Dan Webster

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SOURCE: f-1 problem on dacor, MCD230s oven is

THAT F 1 INDICATES A FAULTY SIGNAL FROM THE TOUCJHPAD TO THE CONTROL ERC. .HERE IS THE PDF DACOR OVEN MANUAL WITH ELECTRONIX DIAGNOSTICS I NEED A BEER

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Posted on Aug 21, 2009

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Krazytech

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SOURCE: Display panel works, but oven will not come on

I take it the oven will not heat. there is a safety thermo inside the grilles. it can be reset.. turn the power off at the breaker... remove the grille..inside of the door. then look inside the thermo is has two wires going to it and a red button in the middle.. push the red button down it will reset the thermo with a click... replace grille and restore power... hope it helps.. replace grille

Posted on Sep 19, 2009

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