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PCD 230R Dacor double oven F-1 code


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#1 RMaloy

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Posted 12 April 2011 - 08:03 PM

Have a customer with a Dacor double oven with the above model. getting F-1 code when unit is not in use. Possibly an ERC? I would appreciate some assistance on this one as quick as i can get it.

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Posted 12 April 2011 - 09:51 PM

F1 Alarm “System Watchdog Circuit”
ERC Self-Diagnostic circuitry has detected a failure in the bake/broil system.
Any portion of the ERC, relay board, touch pad, heating elements and related wiring may be at fault.

How to diagnose/repair potential cause:
Step 1: Disconnect membrane from ERC.
If an F1 alarm is not activated within 30 seconds, check membrane function test points with an OHM meter.
(refer to page 20 of the Diagnostic Test Manual)
If the membrane test switch fails, replace membrane.
If membrane test is good, continue to step 2.

Step 2: At ERC check for 24 VDC between J2 pins 1 and 3 for upper/single ovens or J5 pins 7 and 10 for lower ovens
(when lower oven is not in a cooking/clean mode)
**Note: F1 must be showing in the ERC/Clock Display.
If you read 24 VDC at those test points, replace ERC


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DACOR PCS PCD Diagnostic_Manual.pdf
DACOR PCS PCD Fault Codes.pdf
DACOR PCS PCD Light-Latch Service Bulletin.pdf
DACOR PCS PCD PARTS 5995436283.pdf
DACOR PCS PCD Service Bulletins ECS_FSB.pdf
DACOR PCS PCD Wiring Diagrams.pdf
DACOR Wall Ovens Quick Tests.pdf
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Posted 13 April 2011 - 05:09 AM

Thanks I appreciate the help.






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Troubleshooting a Dacor PCD / PCS double oven with an F1 error code

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F1 Alarm “System Watchdog Circuit”
ERC Self-Diagnostic circuitry has detected a failure in the bake/broil system.
Any portion of the ERC, relay board, touch pad, heating elements and related wiring...

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