주요 콘텐츠로 건너뛰기
도움말

현재 버전 게시자: clockfan ,

본문:

Linda:
 
Sorry to hear about your board. Check your oven paperwork and look on the schematic for the drawing for the relay board and notnote the part number. I actually had the board repaired by a company I found on E-bay. If you Google "control board repair' you will find several companies that now repair them. They are in nearly all home appliances: dishwashers, refrigerators, ovens, some cook tops. Consequently, there are several companies servicing them so the consumer can cut the costs of replacing them. Look at a couple of sites and type in the make and model of the appliance and you can get the repair charges. I took mine out myself, it's not too hard. Take a couple of pictures. Pay particular attention of the little plugs and mark them with numbers on a piece of tape. Send the board in and get it repaired. A couple of places even give you a 2 year warranty. My problem was enhanced by the fact the the board I had, the 72720, about 10 1/2 years old, was 'obsolete' and several places would not fix it. I checked with this company on e-bay and they would be able to fix it. (Hold on to your hat: $86.00!). Core-Centric is the largest servicer, but at the time, they could not fix my board. At the time of my repair, Dacor had no boards, not even a supplier. This has changed, and they now have boards, but they are expensive. I put in a new updated board a couple of years later and had it done by a Dacor service agent. Do you use the 'self clean' feature? We were told never to use that. Heat's up too much and can damage the board. Also, let the oven cool down with the door closed, so the heat does not come out and heat the front control panel. The service company will need both, at least in my experience. Then the oven will have to be re-calibrated. Ours was off from the factory (when we bought it).
Sorry to hear about your board. Check your oven paperwork and look on the schematic for the drawing for the relay board and notnote the part number. I actually had the board repaired by a company I found on E-bay. If you Google "control board repair' you will find several companies that now repair them. They are in nearly all home appliances: dishwashers, refrigerators, ovens, some cook tops. Consequently, there are several companies servicing them so the consumer can cut the costs of replacing them. Look at a couple of sites and type in the make and model of the appliance and you can get the repair charges. I took mine out myself, it's not too hard. Take a couple of pictures. Pay particular attention of the little plugs and mark them with numbers on a piece of tape. Send the board in and get it repaired. A couple of places even give you a 2 year warranty. My problem was enhanced by the fact the the board I had, the 72720, about 10 1/2 years old, was 'obsolete' and several places would not fix it. I checked with this company on e-bay and they would be able to fix it. (Hold on to your hat: $86.00!). Core-Centric is the largest servicer, but at the time, they could not fix my board. At the time of my repair, Dacor had no boards, not even a supplier. This has changed, and they now have boards, but they are expensive. I put in a new updated board a couple of years later and had it done by a Dacor service agent. Do you use the 'self clean' feature? We were told never to use that. Heat's up too much and can damage the board. Also, let the oven cool down with the door closed, so the heat does not come out and heat the front control panel. The service company will need both, at least in my experience. Then the oven will have to be re-calibrated. Ours was off from the factory (when we bought it).
 
Go to E-bay and search for DACOR relay board repair (your part number). You will find several repair places.
 
Regarding the Dacor line: I have heard that the company was bought by Samsung. I guess we consumers should ALWAYS buy an extended warranty. Next time, I won't spend so much on a 'premium' brand. According to all the research I did, nearly EVERY brand has issues.

현황:

open

원문 게시자: clockfan ,

본문:

Linda:

Sorry to hear about your board. Check your oven paperwork and look on the schematic for the drawing for the relay board and not the part number. I actually had the board repaired by a company I found on E-bay.  If you Google "control board repair' you will find several companies that now repair them.  They are in nearly all home appliances: dishwashers, refrigerators, ovens, some cook tops.  Consequently, there are several companies servicing them so the consumer can cut the costs of replacing them.  Look at a couple of sites and type in the make and model of the appliance and you can get the repair charges.  I took mine out myself, it's not too hard.  Take a couple of pictures.  Pay particular attention of the little plugs and mark them with numbers on a piece of tape.  Send the board in and get it repaired.  A couple of places even give you a 2 year warranty.  My problem was enhanced by the fact the the board I had, the 72720, about 10 1/2 years old, was 'obsolete' and several places would not fix it.  I checked with this company on e-bay and they would be able to fix it. (Hold on to your hat:  $86.00!).  Core-Centric is the largest servicer, but at the time, they could not fix my board.  At the time of my repair, Dacor had no boards, not even a supplier.  This has changed, and they now have boards, but they are expensive.  I put in a new updated board a couple of years later and had it done by a Dacor service agent.  Do you use the 'self clean' feature?  We were told never to use that.  Heat's up too much and can damage the board.  Also, let the oven cool down with the door closed, so the heat does not come out and heat the front control panel.  The service company will need both, at least in my experience.  Then the oven will have to be re-calibrated.  Ours was off from the factory (when we bought it).

Go to E-bay and search for DACOR relay board repair (your part number).  You will find several repair places.

Regarding the Dacor line:  I have heard that the company was bought by Samsung.  I guess we consumers should ALWAYS buy an extended warranty.  Next time, I won't spend so much on a 'premium' brand.  According to all the research I did, nearly EVERY brand has issues.

현황:

open