Dacor Distinctive 30" range. Gas oven and gas cooktop. Oven and broiler won't heat. I was hoping something easy, like hi-temp switch I could reset. I can't find any info if this model has this component or where on the unit is it located. My model does not have a self-clean function. thanks.
There is a thermal cutout that is located under the top burner box that could have gone bad. You will want to test this for continuity and if there is not continuity then it is faulty. The hi temp thermal fuse is part number 82987. If this checks ok then the relay board will most likely be the issue.
How do I replace the relay board on this oven? I think the correct pn is 92028
To access the relay board you will need to remove the control panel for the oven. To do this you will remove 2 screws under the control panel then roll the bottom of the control panel forward and up.
The oven will not go into the self-cleaning function and the lower over will not heat up at all. The upper over seems to work fine (but no self-clean function).
Answer Hello Dan,
You need to check the door lock assembly and the control for the upper oven, and the lower oven will need to be checked for L1 and L2. The issue on the lower oven could be a thermal cutout, the element, the selector switch, or a relay on the control giving the issue. You should use a test meter to determine the bad part.
I have a decor wall oven, Model #ECS130SCH, and it makes a buzzing sound. Is this a problem that can be repaired? What should I do?
Answer Hello Tina,
This is probably a relay buzzing. The unit needs to be opened and turned on so it will make the noise. This will make it easy to locate. When you find the board the relay that is making the noise, it will need to be replaced.