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I got Dacor to give me the number sequence -- - push "cancel" and "#" at same time - when screen asks for "service ID" enter "S1234" (get "S" by pushing "7" 5 times) - screen will list "U60 Cooling Fan" as number 1, so select "1" - select "clear all", this should clear the error - hit "cancel" to get out of that screen
Hope this works for you! Best suggestion I have is DON'T BUY DACOR!! We also own their 30" dishwasher, which has been a nightmare experience as well.

Dacor ECS230... | Answered on Aug 17, 2019


were the both the same voltage and don't touch the bulb with your fingers us clean rubber gloves

Dacor Ovens | Answered on Feb 02, 2019


Could you explain your situation a little more?

I am assuming that it is locked after a self-cleaning cycle?

It is possible some liquid seeped into the circuitry area and shorted out a circuit board or controller causing it to lock the door. I would disconnect power from the unit through the circuit breaker for 5 minutes and then turn on the self cleaning mode, but cancel the cleaning mode just after you start it.

If water has entered the circuit board you must check the continuity through out the control board and then replace the sorted part or whole board which ever is necessary


Dacor MCS230... | Answered on Dec 10, 2018


Step 1 Locate the "Clock" button on the display. The display is located above the oven door. It clearly shows the time and has settings for temperature, time and cooking.
Step 2 Press and hold the "Clock" button until the time starts to blink.
Step 3 Set the time with the number pad. Ignore the colons and enter the number straight through. For example, if the current time is 10:08, just type 1-0-0-8.
Step 4 Set AM and PM by pressing the "#" button. Press "Start" to finish.

Dacor Ovens | Answered on Jul 07, 2018


I found the bottom element was not getting any power by using a volt/ohmmeter and a test method described elsewhere. (Shut off power, hold down COOK TIME while turning on power. then within 30 seconds press each mode you want to test and only that element/fan/etc will turn on. Cancels by itself after 30 sec.)


I traced the wire back to the relay (wire checked good) and there was no power getting through the relay although it clicked. Removed the relay board to replace it and found a cold solder joint on the "out" terminal with obvious past arcing carbon. Cleaned and soldered the pin and the oven now works normally.
WHY THE SLOW TO HEAT? The oven turns on all the elements to preheat faster and when it reaches your set temp it beeps and now only turns on the element you selected to maintain the temperature. (Bake or Convection) Our malfunctioning ovens would then cool since the element is not working properly and it must go back into preheat and keep cycling.
BY THE WAY- Don't ever use 4 hours on self clean it kills the boards and/or display. I also put a house fan in front of the oven and blow it into the lower grill to take away some of the heat on the two boards. Learned the hard way!

Dacor ECS130... | Answered on Apr 24, 2018

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