DCS wall ovens are made by Fisher Paykel appliance. One common issues with these particular wall ovens is the display eventually goes dim. Most all ranges and ovens use a small led clock for a display.
Over time these displays will start to fade and eventually go completely blank. When this happens on your DCS oven you will most likely need to replace the clock assembly. You will need basic mechanical skills to replace the clock on your oven.
On the bottom of the ovens control panel you will see four small screws. First turn the power off to the unit. Next remove the four screws and slide the ovens control panel up and off. Don’t pull to hard or fast the wires behind are connected to the clock and the wires are short. Simply remove the wires from the clock.
The connections are all plug and play type. Next remove the 4 screws that anchor the clock assembly to the control panel. At this point you can simply install the new clock and reassemble and you are in business.