Apr 192011
 

The newer Dacor ovens require a password in order to adjust their temperature offset to calibrate the oven temperature.  You will need to enter the diagnostics mode, enter a password and calibrate the temperature for each function (bake, broil, convection, etc…).

To Entering Calibration Mode:

1)    Press and hold the “0” and “#” keys. The display will show the word “PASS”.
2)    Using the number keypad enter 6428 then press the Start key.
3)    The display will change and read “SLCE” “00”. Quickly move to step 4.
4)    Select the cooking mode that needs to be calibrated for example “BAKE“. Using the number keypad enter the new calibration offset for example “25”. Using the number keypad press “#” to toggle between + and –. Press the START key. This will lock the calibration. Press the CANCEL – SECURE key to complete procedure.

 

 

Mar 112011
 

F1:-2 may appear on your Gemini oven range for various reasons, but the meaning is always the same. The error means that the display relay control board thinks your temperature on your lower oven on your double oven range is running away and getting too hot. To fix the error F1-2, check the wire harness between your oven sensor mounted to the back wall inside your lower oven and your control board to make sure the wires are secure and the connections are good. Pull the oven out and remove the back panel on the oven to check the wires connections. If the connections and wires check good, disconnect the wire connection to the oven sensor and check the resistance of the sensor. The resistance should be 1100 ohm at standard room temperature. If the sensor is not good you need to replace it, and if the sensor checks within range replace the display control board.

Mar 112011
 

F1:-1 may appear on your Gemini oven range for various reasons, but the meaning is always the same. The error means that the display relay control board thinks your temperature on your upper double oven range is running away and getting too hot. To fix the error F1-1, check the wire harness between your oven sensor and your control board to make sure the wires are secure and the connections are good. Pull the oven out and remove the back panel on the oven to check the wires connections. If the connections and wires check good, disconnect the wire connection to the oven sensor and check the resistance of the sensor. The resistance should be 1100 ohm at standard room temperature. If the sensor is not good you need to replace it, and if the sensor checks within range replace the display control board.