Dacor oven troubleshooting

Dacor Millennia DO230S oven  troubleshooting

ProblemMay Be Caused ByWhat to Do
Nothing works.Range not connected to electrical power.Have oven connected to a properly sized electrical power supply by a qualified technician.
Power is off.Turn on power at circuit breaker or fuse box. Check for tripped breaker or blown fuse.
Power outage.Contact power company.
Igniters do not spark.Power not supplied to unit.See Nothing Works above.
Wet or dirty igniter.Clean and dry igniter and burner assembly according to Care and Cleaning section.
No flame.Igniter not working (no clicking sound).See Igniters do not spark above.
Wet or dirty igniter.Clean and dry according to Care and Cleaning section.
Gas is turned off.Make sure the gas supply valve is in the on position.
Gas supply interrupted.Contact gas company.
Burner goes out at low setting.Low gas pressure.Contact gas company to have pressure tested.
Air intake holes obstructed.Remove obstructions.
Flame is distorted, yellow or very large.Burner parts are dirty or clogged.Clean and dry according to Care and Cleaning section.
Burner parts are not properly positioned.Make sure burner is assembled according to the Setting Up Your Range section.
Range set up to use a different type of gas (natural or LP) or set up for different altitude.Have a qualified service technician check to make sure that the range is set up for the type of gas and the correct altitude.
Gas regulator is not installed or faulty.Have a qualified service technician check the gas regulator.
Igniter continues to spark (click) after flame ignites.Burner is cold.Burners may continue to spark for up to 60 seconds when cold and set to low. See Operating Your Range section for more information on how to minimize.
Flame distorted by air draft.Minimize any air drafts around the cooktop. Close nearby windows.
Wet or dirty igniter.Clean and dry according to Care and Cleaning section.
Burner parts wet or dirty.Clean and dry according to Care and Cleaning section.
Burner parts not properly positioned.Make sure burner is assembled according to the Setting Up Your Range section.
Power supply polarity is reversed or not properly grounded.Have a licensed electrician check the electrical connections.
Oven will not heat.Oven settings are not correct.Follow mode selection and clock settings as specified in Setting up Your Range.
Oven is set for delay timed cooking.Oven will turn on automatically at time set. If desired, press CANCEL • SECURE key to cancel out of delay timed cooking.
Clock displays incorrect time of day.Time of day is not set.Press CLOCK key, then press TIME • TEMP key to set correct time of day.
Power supply has been interrupted.Reset time of day.
Foods over-cook.Incorrect cooking time, temperature.Adjust time, temperature or rack position.
Oven temperature calibration differs from your previous oven.Adjust oven temperature. See Care and Cleaning section.
Foods under-cook.Incorrect cooking time, temperature.Adjust time, temperature or rack position.
Oven temperature calibration differs from your previous oven.Adjust oven temperature. See Care and Cleaning section.
Oven does not self-clean.Door is not shut tight, so automatic door latch will not lock.Close door tightly.
Oven settings are not correct.See Care and Cleaning section.
Oven is set for delay timed cleaning.Oven will turn on automatically at set time. Press CANCEL • SECURE key to cancel out of delay timed cleaning.
Oven light will not work.Light bulb is burned out.See Care and Cleaning section.
Door will not open.Oven is in self-clean mode.If oven is hot, door latch will release automatically when oven temperature falls below 390°F at end of cycle.
If self-clean was just selected and the oven is still cool, press CANCEL • SECURE to turn off self-clean. The door will open in about 30 seconds.
Oven will not heat after self-clean.Time of day is not set due to power failure.Press CLOCK key, then press TIME • TEMP key to set correct time of day.
Oven settings are not correct.See Operating Your Range section.
Oven is set for Delayed Time mode.Oven will turn on at present time. If desired, press CANCEL • SECURE button to cancel out of delay timed mode.

Dacor MORD230 oven  troubleshooting

ProblemMay Be Caused ByWhat to Do
Nothing works.Oven not connected to electrical power.Have a licensed electrician connect oven to properly wired electrical connection.
Power to oven is off.Turn on power at circuit breaker or fuse box. Check for tripped breaker or blown fuse.
Control panel locked.Press CANCEL • SECURE key for 4 seconds to reactivate control panel
Power outage.Contact power company
Oven will not heat.Oven setting not correct.Press CANCEL • SECURE, then follow instructions in Operating the Oven section.
Oven set for delay timed cooking.Oven will turn on automatically at the preset time. Press CANCEL • SECURE to return to normal operation.
Attempting to broil with the meat probe connected.Broil and Convection Broil settings will not work when meat probe is connected. Disconnect meat probe.
Oven shuts off by itself after it has been on for 12 hours.12 hour timer is on. Unit is set to turn off automatically after 12 hours of continuous use.Turn off 12 hour timer. See page 11.
Time on display not correct.Time of day not set.Set time. See page 8.
Power failure or power was turned off.Reset time. See page 8.
Time flashes on display.Power failure or power was turned off.Reset time. See page 8.
Oven does not self-dean.Oven door not shut tightly.Check for obstructions. Shut door tightly.
Oven set for delay timed cleaning.Oven will start to self clean at preset time. Press CANCEL • SECURE to return to normal operation.
Oven not set properly.Follow instructions in Care and Cleaning section.
Meat probe connected.Oven will not start self-clean cycle when meat probe is connected. Disconnect and remove meat probe.
Oven lights will not work.Light bulbs burned out. Replace light bulbs.
Oven in self-clean mode.Lights do not work when oven is in self-dean mode. See page 23.
Oven in Sabbath mode.Lights do not work when oven is in Sabbath mode. See page 20.
Foods over or under cook.Incorrect cooking time or temperature.Follow instructions in Operating Your Oven section.
Cooling fan continues to run after oven has been turned off.Normal operation.The cooling fan may run for a while after the oven is turned off, until the internal parts have cooled.
ProblemMay Be Caused ByWhat to Do
Cannot set clock.Oven in use. Clock cannot be set while oven is in use.Turn off oven to set clock.
Error code appears and stays on display, for example "U55".An error code having a letter with a number following it that appears and stays on the display indicates a problem that cannot be resolved by the customer.Call for service.
Sabbath mode does not work.Meat probe connected.Oven will not start Sabbath mode when meat probe is connected. Disconnect and remove meat probe.
Oven lights will not turn off.Light key is set to on.Press light key to turn lights off.
Oven door will not open.Oven is set to self-dean.Check display. If lock symbol appears on display, oven door cannot be opened. Wait for oven to complete self clean or press CANCEL ■ SECURE. Door will unlock once oven has cooled.

Error codes and troubleshooting