You can solve minor performance problems with your Dacor wall oven without having to set up a service call. When you're entertaining, or cooking a quiet dinner for your family and the oven starts to act up, calling a repair person is anything but convenient. Problems such as a loss of power or inconsistent cooking temperatures don't need to cause you any anxiety if you fix them yourself.
Inspect your circuit breaker panel to see if the breaker for the oven has been tripped if nothing on the oven is working.
Press "Clock" and then "Time-Temp" to set the correct time of day on the oven if it won't heat. Press "Cancel-S" to cancel the delay timed cooking feature if it's on.
Adjust the oven temperature, time, or rack position if your food is overcooked or undercooked. Press "Bake" and then "Time-Temp" to set the temperature. Set it to 500 degrees Fahrenheit or higher, and then press and hold the "Bake" button for five seconds until the temperature reading displays "00."
Close the door tightly so the latch locks properly if the self clean feature isn't working.
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