We carry replacement parts, repair parts and accessories for 67 Dacor Range models
Your Dacor gas range gives you the kind of immediate access to heat you need to cook elaborate sauces or make candy. If your gas burners don't ignite, however, the range's functionality is severely impaired. Check out these troubleshooting tips to figure out what parts you need to replace when dealing with sparking and ignition problems.
You can hear the spark igniter electrode at work every time you turn on your gas burner, thanks to the loud ticking sounds it makes. If you hear the ticking but don't get any flame, there's a problem with the electrode. The electrode may be covered with food, or its ceramic insulation may be broken. Spark igniter electrodes are among the wide selection of stove repair parts you can find at Sears PartsDirect.
Another of the range parts that affects the functionality of the burners is the spark igniter switch. When this switch connects to complete an electrical circuit, the spark igniters light the gas flame. If the switch malfunctions, it needs to be replaced.
One step removed from the spark igniter switch is the surface spark module, another crucial part in getting the burners to ignite. This module provides the electricity to allow the spark igniters to work. If it doesn't make the electrical connection, it needs to be replaced. When tracking down the parts in the ignition cycle that are in need of repair, seek gas and electric range DIY repair help from Sears PartsDirect.
Sears PartsDirect can come to your aid whenever you need help repairing your Dacor range. Just choose your model from the list above, click the chat button, or call 1-800-252-1698.