The Infra-red broiler covered by glass does not sear or brown sufficiently
My broiler does not sear or brown suficiently. I've had two DCS trained service techs in, the first replaced the thermostat, but the broiler still under-performed. The second tech brought a thermometer and delcared the broiler was performing as designed as it reached 560 degrees fahrenheit. I was told by a DCS engineer that this self-cleaning all gas model has a design flaw, because the broiler is covered with glass. Do you have any suggestions?
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the broiler wiring mite run different the the wires for normal cooking, if you are not sure i would call the manufacture customer service line ask for technical service and ask a professional that question, the wire for normal cooking is a smaller wire where the broiler wire heavier wire. for more power
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I finally got to the wires and was able to get the ignitor replaced, but only after an hour of contortions (and just a little cursing!) I have already replaced the oven ignitor on this range and it was relatively easy. The range is only 5 years old, was pretty expensive, and I'm very disappointed in the service record. Believe me, the company's Customer Service department is rude, unhelpful and downright surly!
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