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Dacor Range Touch Pad Acting Up

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I've got a Dacor Epicure Oven/Range Model # ERDE48.  This is the free-standing, dual convection oven model.

 

Recently the touch pad control panel has been acting up which has resulted in the ovens being inoperable. When either of the oven buttions are depressed, the temperature setting begins to display and increases rapidly on its own. Pressing the increase or decrease buttons doesn't do anything when this is happening. Within a few seconds the temperature setting will max out at which point nothing happens.

 

Here's a short video showing the problem:  http://youtu.be/QBW--Fzvv24

 

I've read on other sites that sometimes a button can be stuck in the 'on' position.  If this is the case, I can tell which button is the culprit.

 

In the event it's a bad control panel, where can I find a replacement.  Since this model of  Dacor is discontinued, I'm hopeful I can get the parts I need.

 

Thanks in advance for any help I can get.

Joe

 

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Part number: 62310

Part number: 62310

 

that would seem to be a stuck + key

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OK. I guess I'll order one up. Can anyone point me to some instructions for replacing the touch pad?

Thanks

Joe

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De-energize unit.  Remove valve knobs and bezels. Remove fascia mounting screws from bottom lip.  Carefully lift fascia up and out but just a few inches.  Disconnect wires from oven control.  Lay fascia face down on a protected surface.  Disconnect touch control ribbon from oven control.  Remove eight 5/16 nuts from control mounting pegs.  Remove control and spacers and set aside.  Remove touch control from pegs and install new part.  Reassemble and re-energize.  Check operation of all keys. 

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Thanks Pduff!

The new panel is on its way. I'll give it a go as soon as it arrives.

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