Model #DDO-790 MODERN MAID Built-In Oven, Electric

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Q:

What does the error code of "ddo" indicate?

A:

The "ddo" error code indicates that the Dispenser Drawer is Open. The control senses if the dispenser drawer is open by a magnet located on the back right hand side of the dispenser handle and a reed switch located behind the console.

Most likely the magnet fell out from the back side of the handle and it needs to be put back in its proper position. I added some images showing the location of the magnet and the reed switch.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
June 23, 2008
Q:

What does "DDO" error code mean?

A:

The error code "DDO" means that the dispenser drawer is open or not fully shut. If the dispenser drawer is shut and "DDO" continues to display, the magnet (key#51) located behind the dispenser drawer handle has likely fallen out as shown in the image I added below. Open the drawer and look behind the right hand side of the handle and you will likely see a rectangle recessed area with no magnet installed. See images below. If the magnet is missing, look around and you will likely find it on the floor or stuck to the front panel and simply reinstall it. You can use a couple drops of super glue and glue it place if it will not stay in position. See images below.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
December 16, 2009
Q:

What does "DDO" error code mean?

A:

The error code "DDO" means that the dispenser drawer is open or not fully shut. If the dispenser drawer is shut and "DDO" continues to display, the magnet (key#51) located behind the dispenser drawer handle has likely fallen out as shown in the image I added below. Open the drawer and look behind the right hand side of the handle and you will likely see a rectangle recessed area with no magnet installed. See images below. If the magnet is missing, look around and you will likely find it on the floor or stuck to the front panel and simply reinstall it. You can use a couple drops of super glue and glue it place if it will not stay in position. See images below.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
December 16, 2009