What is Self-Repair

Dacor Self-Repair provides the tools and guidance needed to maintain your appliances with ease. Tailored solutions are available for each product collection, empowering customers interested in performing their own repairs.


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Who is Self-Repair for?
  • Self-Repair is for owners of supported Dacor products. Unaffiliated repair businesses seeking parts, tools and documentation in order to provide repair services for customers should visit dacorpartstore.com.
How do I know if Self-Repair is the right option for me?
  • Dacor has compiled support materials that will provide information about what is involved in a Self-Repair, the potential pitfalls, how to perform the repair and what alternate options are available should you decide that Self-Repair is not for you.
What is needed for Self-Repair?
  • Access information regarding tools, step-by-step repair guides and Dacor genuine parts. Please visit dacorpartstore.com.
Are Dacor genuine parts purchased through the Self-Repair program warranted?
  • Dacor genuine repair parts are covered by a 90-day limited warranty from the date of delivery. If you use, or retain the parts(s) you accept Dacor’s Terms & Conditions, including an Arbitration Agreement.
Does Self-Repair impact my Dacor Limited Warranty?
  • Dacor Limited Warranty is not impacted by Self-Repair. However, if the Self-Repair attempt is the cause of damage, any subsequent repair may not be covered under warranty.
Are there any safety issues I should be aware of before attempting a Self-Repair?
  • Do not attempt a Self-Repair if you identify a safety issue. Please refer to the repair guide for your product for further information and if you are under any doubt please contact Dacor at 1-833-353-5483 for further advice.
Who should I contact if my product is not working after Self-Repair?

Usage Notices

All functionality, features, specifications, and other product information provided in this document, including but not limited to, benefits, design, pricing, components, performance, availability, and capabilities of the product are subject to change without notice. Dacor reserves the right to alter this document or the product described herein at any time, without obligation to provide notification of such changes. This document is intended for informational purposes. You can download a copy of your product Manuals. If you don’t understand the information provided in this document or have any doubts about the safety of the repair, call a qualified technician or Dacor support for help.

Precautions for Repair

Dacor is not liable for any damage or defect determined to be caused by repair by a non-authorized service provider, self-repair or non-professional repair of the product. Dacor is not liable for any resulting damage to the product, person, or property, or any injury or other product safety issue caused by any attempt to repair the product by any person other than a Dacor-authorized service provider.

  • Any damage or defect to product resulting from a repair, or an attempt to repair, the product by any person other than a Dacor certified service provider will not be covered by the warranty.
  • Residual voltage within certain printed circuit board assembly (PCBA) parts could cause electric shock. Prior to handling PCBA's refer to the repair guide for detailed disassembly instructions, and conduct the prescribed residual voltage discharge process.
  • Use only demagnetized tools that are specifically designed for electronic repairs, as most electronic parts are sensitive to electromagnetic forces.
  • Use only high quality screwdrivers when servicing devices. Low quality screwdrivers can easily damage the heads of screws.
  • Always use genuine replacement parts. Third-party replacement parts may not function properly. Damage determined to be caused by third-party replacement parts may not be covered by your warranty.
    Some parts, such as speakers, and other components, may need calibration to guarantee their performance after repair.
  • Before conducting repairs, remember to make backup copies of all important data stored in the device.
  • Make sure to wear the appropriate safety equipment such as glasses, gloves, and a mask before carrying out repairs. Dacor is not responsible for injuries that may occur due to not wearing the proper safety equipment. Refer to Tools for Repair for a list of tools that you will need for assembling and disassembling the product.
  • Repair the product in a safe place.
    Before repairing the product, make sure the product is turned off. To turn off the product, press the Power (ON/OFF) Button. Unplug product from power sources before attempting repairs.
  • If the product is damaged, emits smoke, or if you smell something burning, stop using the product immediately and contact Dacor.
    Be careful not to damage the product when removing the back cover or accessing internal components.
  • Before assembly, check if there are any abnormalities before reattaching the back cover.
    Visit Dacor.com to view the product information, related material, and safety information.

ESD (Electrostatically Sensitive Devices) Precautions

Many semiconductors and ESDs in electronic product are particularly sensitive to static discharge and can be easily damaged by it. Always be sure that equipment is properly grounded and that you follow proper grounding procedures before beginning any repair procedure.

  • Make sure to discharge static in the work environment before opening packages containing ESDs.
  • Increase the airflow to the work area to decrease the chance of accidental static electricity discharges, as the potential for static electricity discharge may be increased in low-humidity environments, such as air-conditioned rooms.
  • Improper grounding can result in ESD damage to electronic components.