Whirlpool Electric Built-In Oven Service manual

KAC-46
TECHNICAL EDUCATION
27˝ & 30˝ ELECTRIC
BUILT-IN MICROWAVE/OVEN
COMBINATION
MODELS: KEMS378S & KEMS308S
JOB AID 4317410
FORWARD
This KitchenAid Job Aid “27˝ & 30˝ Electric Built-In Microwave/Oven Combination” (Part No.
4317410), provides the In-Home Service Professional with information on the installation, operation, and service of the 27˝ & 30˝ Electric Built-In Microwave/Oven Combination. For specific
information on the model being serviced, refer to the “Use and Care Guide,” or “Tech Sheet”
provided with the oven.
The Wiring Diagram and Strip Circuits used in this Job Aid are typical and should be used for
training purposes only. Always use the Wiring Diagram supplied with the product when servicing
the oven.
GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
The goal of this Job Aid is to provide information that will enable the In-Home Service Professional
to properly diagnose malfunctions and repair the 27˝ & 30˝ Electric Built-In Microwave/Oven
Combination.
The objectives of this Job Aid are to:
• Understand and follow proper safety precautions.
• Successfully troubleshoot and diagnose malfunctions.
• Successfully perform necessary repairs.
• Successfully return the oven to its proper operational status.
WHIRLPOOL CORPORATION assumes no responsibility for any repairs made on
our products by anyone other than authorized In-Home Service Professionals.
Copyright © 2007, Whirlpool Corporation, Benton Harbor, MI 49022
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
GENERAL .............................................................................................................................. 1-1
Oven Safety ....................................................................................................................... 1-1
Model & Serial Number Designations ................................................................................ 1-3
Model & Serial Number Label And Tech Sheet Locations.................................................. 1-4
Specifications ..................................................................................................................... 1-5
INSTALLATION INFORMATION ............................................................................................ 2-1
Installation Requirements .................................................................................................. 2-1
Installation Instructions ...................................................................................................... 2-4
PRODUCT OPERATION ....................................................................................................... 3-1
COMPONENT ACCESS ........................................................................................................ 4-1
Component Locations ........................................................................................................ 4-1
Upper Oven Components ................................................................................................ 4-1
Removing The User Interface And The Oven & Microwave
Control Board Assemblies ............................................................................................... 4-2
Removing The Humidity Sensor And The Cavity Thermostat ............................................ 4-3
Removing The Control Power And The Microwave Light Transformers ............................ 4-4
Removing The Convection Thermoactuator And
The WIDE Interface Board .............................................................................................. 4-5
Removing The Monitor Fuse And The Microwave Appliance Manager ............................. 4-6
Removing The Microwave Door Interlock Switches And The Cavity Light ......................... 4-7
Removing The Magnetron Thermostat And The Magnetron .............................................. 4-9
Removing The Main L1 Filter, Main L2 Filter, And Grill Thermostat ..................................4-11
Removing The Magnetron Fan Motor & The Inverter ...................................................... 4-13
Removing The Convection Thermistor And Grill Element ................................................ 4-16
Removing The Lower Oven Appliance Manager.............................................................. 4-18
Removing The Line Fuse Holder & Lower Oven Light Transformer ................................ 4-20
Removing The AC Terminal Block .................................................................................... 4-21
Removing The Convection Thermostat, Ring Element, And Fan Motor .......................... 4-22
Removing The Turntable Motor........................................................................................ 4-24
Lower Oven Components.............................................................................................. 4-27
Removing The Door Latch Assembly ............................................................................... 4-28
Removing The Broil Element And The Oven Temperature Sensor .................................. 4-30
Removing The Convection Ring Element And The Convection Fan Motor ..................... 4-32
Removing A Halogen Light Assembly And The Meat Probe Jack .................................... 4-34
Removing The Blower Assembly, Blower Seed Resistor, And
Oven Shutdown Thermal Cutoff .................................................................................... 4-36
Removing The Hidden Bake Element .............................................................................. 4-38
Removing The Oven Door Glass And Handle.................................................................. 4-40
Removing The Oven Door Gasket ................................................................................... 4-42
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COMPONENT TESTING ........................................................................................................ 5-1
UPPER OVEN COMPONENTS ......................................................................................... 5-1
Humidity Sensor ............................................................................................................. 5-1
Cavity Thermostat .......................................................................................................... 5-1
Microwave Light Transformer ......................................................................................... 5-2
Convection Thermoactuator ........................................................................................... 5-2
Monitor Fuse .................................................................................................................. 5-3
Microwave Door Interlock Switches ............................................................................... 5-3
Magnetron Thermostat ................................................................................................... 5-4
Magnetron ...................................................................................................................... 5-4
Main L1 & L2 Filters ....................................................................................................... 5-5
Grill & Convection Thermostats ...................................................................................... 5-5
Magnetron Fan Motor ..................................................................................................... 5-6
Microwave Inverter Board .............................................................................................. 5-6
Grill Element ................................................................................................................... 5-7
Lower Oven Light Transformer ....................................................................................... 5-7
Microwave Convection Ring Element ............................................................................. 5-8
Microwave Convection Fan Motor .................................................................................. 5-8
Turntable Motor .............................................................................................................. 5-9
Measure Oven Input Current .......................................................................................... 5-9
LOWER OVEN COMPONENTS ..................................................................................... 5-10
Door Latch Assembly ................................................................................................... 5-10
Broil Element .................................................................................................................5-11
Oven Temperature Sensor ............................................................................................5-11
Convection Ring Element ............................................................................................. 5-12
Convection Fan Motor ................................................................................................. 5-12
Meat Probe Jack .......................................................................................................... 5-13
Blower Motor ................................................................................................................ 5-13
Blower Speed Resistor ................................................................................................. 5-14
Oven Shutdown Thermal Cutoff (TCO) ........................................................................ 5-14
Hidden Bake Element ................................................................................................... 5-15
DIAGNOSTICS & TROUBLESHOOTING ............................................................................. 6-1
Diagnostics ........................................................................................................................ 6-1
Failure/Error Display Codes ............................................................................................... 6-2
Fahrenheit To Celsius Conversion ..................................................................................... 6-7
Adjust Oven Temperature Calibration ................................................................................ 6-7
Programming The Cavity Size ........................................................................................... 6-7
Keypads ............................................................................................................................. 6-7
MW Power Output Test ...................................................................................................... 6-8
Relay Logic - Microwave Oven .......................................................................................... 6-8
Relay Logic - Lower Oven .................................................................................................. 6-8
WIRING DIAGRAM & STRIP CIRCUITS .............................................................................. 7-1
Wiring Diagram .................................................................................................................. 7-1
Strip Circuits ....................................................................................................................... 7-2
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GENERAL
OVEN SAFETY
Your safety and the safety of others are very important.
We have provided many important safety messages in this manual and on the appliance.
Always read and obey all safety messages.
This is the safety alert symbol.
This symbol alerts you to potential hazards that can kill or hurt you and others.
All safety messages will follow the safety alert symbol and either the word
“DANGER” or “WARNING.” These words mean:
DANGER
You can be killed or seriously injured if you don’t
immediately follow instructions.
WARNING
You can be killed or seriously injured if you don’t
follow instructions.
All safety messages will tell you what the potential hazard is, tell you how to reduce the chance
of injury, and tell you what can happen if the instructions are not followed.
1-1
PRECAUTIONS TO BE OBSERVED BEFORE AND DURING
SERVICING TO AVOID POSSIBLE EXPOSURE TO
EXCESSIVE MICROWAVE ENERGY
a. Do not operate or allow the oven to be operated with the door open.
b. Make the following safety checks on all ovens to be serviced before activating the magnetron
or other microwave source, and make repairs as necessary:
1. Interlock Operation
2. Proper Door Closing
3. Seal and Sealing Surfaces (Arcing, Wear and Other Damage)
4. Damage to or Loosening of Hinges and Latches
5. Evidence of Dropping or Abuse
c. Before turning on microwave power for any service test or inspection within the microwave
generating compartments, check the magnetron, waveguide or transmission line and cavity
for proper alignment, integrity and connections.
d. Any defective or misadjusted components in the interlock, monitor, door seal, and microwave
generation, and transmission systems shall be repaired, replaced, or adjusted by procedures
described in service manual before the oven is released to the owner.
e. A microwave leakage check to verify compliance with the Federal performance standard
should be performed on each oven prior to release to the owner.
f. Do not attempt to operate the oven if the door glass is broken.
1-2
MODEL & SERIAL NUMBER DESIGNATIONS
MODEL NUMBER
K
EM
PRODUCT GROUP
K = KITCHENAID
PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
EB = ELECTRIC BUILT-IN OVEN
EH = ELECTRIC BUILT-IN HI SPEED COMBO
EM = ELECTRIC BUILT-IN MICRO COMBO
EW = ELECTRIC WARMING OVEN/DRAWER
GB = GAS BUILT-IN OVEN
GM = GAS BUILT-IN MICRO COMBO OVEN
MERCHANDISING SCHEME
A = ARCHITECT
C = FLUSH LOOK
D = DRAWER
I = IMPERIAL
N = INTERNATIONAL COLLECTION EUROPEAN
S = SUPERBA
V = VBL PRO LINE SERIES
CAPACITY / SIZE / SERIES / CONFIGURATION
1ST POSITION
2ND POSITION
1 = SINGLE OVEN
4 = 24˝ WIDE
2 = DOUBLE OVEN
6 = 36˝ WIDE
3 = COMBO OVEN
7 = 27˝ WIDE
5 = MINI OVEN
0 = 30˝ WIDE
6 = COMBO W/MINI OVEN
FEATURE CODE
0 = STANDARD FEATURES
1 = STANDARD FEATURES / ELEC COOK
2 = INDOOR / OUTDOOR FEATURES
5 = DELUXE FEATURES
6 = DELUXE FEATURES / ELEC. CLOCK
7 = DELUXE FEATURES / TH ERMAL CONVECTION
8 = DOUBLE THERMAL CONVECTION
9 = MULTI-MODE
YEAR OF INTRODUCTION
S = 2006
COLOR CODE
BL = BLACK
BT = BISCUIT
SS = STAINLESS STEEL
WH = WHITE
ENGINEERING CHANGE (0, 1, 2, ETC.)
SERIAL NUMBER
X
DIVISION RESPONSIBILITY
X = OXFORD
YEAR OF PRODUCTION
T = 2006
WEEK OF PRODUCTION
41 = 41ST WEEK
PRODUCT SEQUENCE NUMBER
T
41
01002
1-3
S
30
8
S
SS
0
MODEL & SERIAL NUMBER LABEL
AND TECH SHEET LOCATIONS
The Model/Serial Number label and Tech Sheet locations are shown below.
Tech Sheet Location
(Under Top Cover)
Model & Serial Number
Label Location
1-4
SPECIFICATIONS
Model Number
KEMS378SBL, BT, SS, WH
KEMS308SBL, BT,SS,WH
MW/BI Combo
MW/BI Combo
Size - Configuration
27˝
30˝
Feature Level/Series
Superba
Superba
KEMC377KBL/KEMC378KBL/
KEHC379JBL
KEMC307KBL/KEMC308KBL/
KEHC309JBL
Overall Height
42˝
42˝
Overall Width
26-3/4˝
29-3/4˝
26˝
26˝
Depth w/Door Open 90°
43-3/4˝
43-3/4˝
Door Swing
15-3/8˝
15-3/8˝
Cutout Height (Measure or Min/Max)
41-1/4˝
41-1/4˝
Cutout Width (Measure or Min/Max)
25-1/2˝
28-1/2˝
Cutout Depth (Measure or Min/Max)
23-1/4˝
23-1/4˝
57˝ / 1/2˝
57˝ / 1/2˝
208V / 240V / 2-3 / 60
208V / 240V / 2-3 / 60
11.35
11.21
Model Description
Predecessor Model (Model This
Model Replaces)
Dimensions
Exterior Dimensions
Overall Depth (Includes Hdw/Handle)
Cutout Dimensions
Other Dimensions
Conduit Size (Length/Diameter)
Ratings
Electric Voltage/Phase/Frequency (Hz)
Total Connected Load in kW
240 Volts
208 Volts
9.24
9.10
240/120V AC
11.42
11.42
40
40
Distribution Type
Lateral Feed w/o Stirrer
Lateral Feed w/o Stirrer
Magnetron Type
Inverter
Inverter
Temperature Sensor
Yes
Yes
Microwave Timer
Yes
Yes
99:99
99:99
Electronic
Electronic
Linear (Digital)
Linear (Digital)
Stainless
Stainless
Circuit Amps
Upper/Microwave Oven
Timer Limits (Min:Sec)
Timer Control Type
Timer Scale
MW Cavity Material
1-5
Model Number
KEMS378SBL, BT, SS, WH
KEMS308SBL, BT,SS,WH
Cleaning System
Self Cleaning
Self Cleaning
Main Oven Liner Finish
Blue Porcelain
Blue Porcelain
Main Oven Volume (cu ft)
3.6
4.1
Main Oven Height
16˝
16˝
Interior
Lower/Main Oven
Main Oven Dimensions
Main Oven Width
22˝
25˝
Main Oven Depth
17-5/8˝
17-5/8˝
Oven Light #/Location
3 Side Halogen
3 Side Halogen
Yes
Yes
Bake (w@240/208)
2000 Watt
2000 Watt
Broil Inner Element (w@240/208)
1800 Watt
1800 Watt
Broil Outer Element (w@240/208)
1450 Watt
1450 Watt
Convection (w@240/208)
1600 Watt
1600 Watt
Baking Rack
Yes
Yes
Convection Grid
Yes
Yes
8303973BU/4457277
8303973BU/4457277
3181534
3181534
Teflon Coated Crisp Pan Kit
Yes
Yes
Steam Vessel
Yes
Yes
Installation Instructions Part #
8304337
8304377
Service Manual Part #
4317410
4317410
8304098 (E) 8304417 (F)
8304098 (E) 8304417 (F)
Use & Care Guide Microwave Part #
8304369
8304369
Use & Care Guide Oven Part #
8304358
8304358
UL, CUL
UL, CUL
Yes
Yes
12 Mo.
12 Mo.
Electronic Controls
60 Mo. Parts Only
60 Mo. Parts Only
Electrical Elements
60 Mo. Parts Only
60 Mo. Parts Only
Magnetron
60 Mo. Parts Only
60 Mo. Parts Only
Stainless Steel Liner/Door (Microwave)
120 Mo. Parts Only
120 Mo. Parts Only
Main Electric Oven
Main Hidden Bake Element
Main Oven Electric Element Output
Accessories
Broiler Pan & Grid Part/Comment
Roasting Rack Part/Comment
Miscellaneous
Product Literature
Tech Sheet Part #
Agency Approvals
Installation Hardware
Warranty
Limited
Extended
1-6
INSTALLATION INFORMATION
INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
TOOLS AND PARTS
• Recessed installation area must provide
complete enclosure around the recessed
portion of the oven.
• Grounded electrical supply is required. See
“Electrical Requirements,” page 2-2.
• Electrical supply junction box should be
located 3˝ (7.6 cm) maximum below the
support surface when the oven is installed
in a wall cabinet. A 1˝ (2.5 cm) minimum diameter hole should have been drilled in the
right rear or left rear corner of the support
surface to pass the appliance cable through
to the junction box.
• Oven support surface must be solid, level and
flush with bottom of cabinet cutout. Floor must
be able to support a total weight (microwave
and built-in oven) of 238 lbs (108 kg).
Gather the required tools and parts before starting installation. Read and follow the instructions
provided with any tools listed here.
Tools needed
• Phillips screwdriver
• Measuring tape
• Hand or electric drill (for wall cabinet installations)
• 1˝ (25 mm) drill bit (for wall cabinet installations)
• Level
Parts needed
• UL listed or CSA approved conduit connector
• UL listed wire connectors
Parts supplied
• # 8-14 x 1˝ screws - single oven (2), double
oven (4)
• Bottom vent (supplied on some models)
• Two # 8-18 x 3/8˝ screws - bottom vent (supplied on some models)
Check local codes. Check existing electrical
supply. See “Electrical Requirements,” page
2-2. It is recommended that all electrical connections be made by a licensed, qualified
electrical installer.
Product Dimensions
27˝ (68.6 cm) and 30˝ (76.2 cm) Ovens
A
B
E
LOCATION REQUIREMENTS
Make sure you have everything needed for
correct installation. It is the responsibility of the
installer to comply with the installation clearances specified in these instructions.
IMPORTANT: Observe all governing codes
and ordinances.
• Cabinet opening dimensions that are shown
must be used. Given dimensions provide
minimum clearance with oven.
D
27˝ (68.6 cm) models
A. 25-5/16˝ (64.3 cm) recessed width
B. 42-5/16˝ (107.5 cm) overall height
C. 26-3/4˝ (67.9 cm) overall width
D. 23˝ (58.4 cm) max. recessed
depth
E. 40-3/4˝ (103.5 cm) recessed
height
2-1
C
30˝ (76.2 cm) models
A. 28-5/16˝ (71.9 cm) recessed width
B. 42-5/16˝ (107.5 cm) overall height
C. 29-3/4˝ (75.6 cm) overall width
D. 23˝ (58.4 cm) max. recessed
depth
E. 40-3/4˝ (103.5 cm) recessed
height
Cabinet Dimensions
27˝ (68.6 cm) and 30˝ (76.2 cm) Ovens
It is not recommended to ground to a gas pipe.
Check with a qualified electrical installer if you
are not sure the oven is properly grounded.
It is not recommended to have a fuse in the
neutral or ground circuit.
This oven must be connected to a grounded
metal, permanent wiring system.
Be sure that the electrical connection and
wire size are adequate and in conformance
with the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA
70-latest edition or CSA Standards C22.1-94,
Canadian Electrical Code, Part 1 and C22.2
No. O-M91-latest edition, and all local codes
and ordinances.
A copy of the above code standards can be
obtained from:
National Fire Protection Association
One Batterymarch Park
Quincy, MA 02269
CSA International
8501 East Pleasant Valley Road
Cleveland, OH 44131-5575
Electrical Connection
To properly install your oven, you must determine the type of electrical connection you will
be using and follow the instructions provided
for it here.
• Oven must be connected to the proper electrical voltage and frequency as specified on
the model/serial number rating plate. The
model/serial number rating plate is located
at the bottom of the right-hand mounting rail.
See the following illustration.
A
B
F
D
E
C
27˝ (68.6 cm) models
A. 27˝ (68.6 cm) min. cabinet
width
B. 1˝ (2.5 cm) top of cutout to
bottom of upper cabinet door
C. 19-1/4˝ (48.9 cm) bottom of
cutout to floor
D. 25-1/2˝ (64.8 cm) cutout width
E. 1-1/2˝ (3.8 cm) min. bottom of
cutout to top of cabinet door
F. 41-1/4˝ (104.8 cm) cutout height
30˝ (76.2 cm) models
A. 30 ˝ (76.2 cm) min. cabinet
width
B. 1˝ (2.5 cm) top of cutout to
bottom of upper cabinet door
C. 19-1/4˝ (48.9 cm) bottom of
cutout to floor
D. 28-1/2˝ (72.4 cm) cutout width
E. 1-1/2˝ (3.8 cm) min. bottom of
cutout to top of cabinet door
F. 41-1/4˝ (104.8 cm) cutout height
Cabinet Side View
A
B
E
D
C
A. 23-1/4˝ (59.1 cm) min. cutout depth
B. 23˝ (58.4 cm) recessed oven depth
C. Oven front
D. Recessed oven
E. Cabinet
A
ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
If codes permit and a separate ground wire is
used, it is recommended that a qualified electrical installer determine that the ground path
and wire gauge are in accordance with local
codes.
A. Model/serial number plate
2-2
• Do not cut the conduit. The length of conduit
provided is for serviceability of the oven.
• A UL listed or CSA approved conduit connector must be provided.
• If the house has aluminum wiring follow the
procedure below:
1. Connect a section of solid copper wire to
the pigtail leads.
2. Connect the aluminum wiring to the added
section of copper wire using special connectors and/or tools designed and UL
listed for joining copper to aluminum.
Follow the electrical connector manufacturer’s
recommended procedure. Aluminum/copper
connection must conform with local codes
and industry accepted wiring practices.
• Models rated from 7.3 to 9.6 kW at 240 volts
(5.5 to 7.2 kW at 208 volts) require a separate
40-amp circuit. Models rated at 7.2 kW and
below at 240 volts (5.4 kW and below at 208
volts) require a separate 30-amp circuit.
• A time-delay fuse or circuit breaker is recommended.
• Connect directly to the fused disconnect (or
circuit breaker box) through flexible, armored
or nonmetallic sheathed, copper cable (with
grounding wire). See “Make Electrical Connection,” page 2-5.
• Flexible cable from the oven should be connected directly to the junction box.
• Fuse both sides of the line.
2-3
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
PREPARE BUILT-IN MICROWAVE/
OVEN COMBINATION
1.
REMOVE OVEN DOOR
IMPORTANT: Use both hands to remove oven
door.
1. Open the oven door.
2. Locate the oven door latches in both corners
of the oven door, and rotate the latches
forward to the unlocked position.
Decide on the final location for the oven.
Locate existing wiring to avoid drilling into
or severing wiring during installation.
WARNING
Excessive Weight Hazard
Use two or more people to move and
install oven.
Failure to do so can result in back or
other injury.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
A
To avoid floor damage, set the oven onto
cardboard prior to installation. Do not use
handle or any portion of the front frame for
lifting.
Remove the shipping materials and tape
from the oven.
Remove the hardware package from inside
the bag containing literature.
Remove and set aside racks and other
parts from inside the oven.
Move oven and cardboard close to the
oven’s final location.
A. Oven door latch in locked
position
3.
2-4
B
B. Oven door latch in unlocked
position
Grasp the edges of the oven door with both
hands and close the oven door until it will
no longer close. Lift and pull oven door
toward you and remove. Set the oven door
aside on a covered work surface.
MAKE ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
Electrical Connection Options Chart
WARNING
If your home has:
Go to section:
4-wire
4-wire Cable from Home
Power Supply
½"
(1.3 cm)
3-wire
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Use 8 gauge solid copper wire.
Electrically ground oven.
Failure to follow these instructions can
result in death, fire, or electrical shock.
½"
(1.3 cm)
4-Wire Cable from Home Power Supply
IMPORTANT: Use the 4-wire cable from home
power supply in the U.S. where local codes
do not allow grounding through neutral, New
Branch circuit installations (1996 NEC), mobile
homes and recreational vehicles, new construction and in Canada.
This oven is manufactured with a neutral (white)
power supply wire and a cabinet-connected
green (or bare) ground wire twisted together.
1. Disconnect power.
2. Feed the flexible cable conduit from the
oven through the opening in the cabinet.
3. Remove junction box cover if it is present.
4. Install a UL listed or CSA approved conduit
connector to the junction box.
A
B
C
H
D
I
A. Cable from home power supply
B. Black wires
C. Red wires
D. 4-wire flexible cable from oven
E. Junction box
A. UL listed or CSA approved conduit connector
6.
7.
E
F
G
A
5.
3-wire Cable from Home
Power Supply
Route the flexible cable conduit from the
oven to the junction box through a UL listed
or CSA approved conduit connector.
Tighten screws on conduit connector.
See “Electrical Connection Options Chart”
to complete installation for your type of
electrical connection.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
2-5
F. White wires
G. UL listed wire connectors
H. Green (or bare) ground wires
I. UL listed or CSA approved
conduit connector
Connect the 2 black wires (B) together
using a UL listed wire connector.
Connect the 2 red wires (C) together using
a UL listed wire connector.
Untwist white wire from green (or bare)
ground wire coming from the oven.
Connect the 2 white wires (F) together
using a UL listed wire connector.
Connect the green (or bare) ground wire
(H) from the oven cable to the green (or
bare) ground wire (in the junction box) using a UL listed wire connector.
Install junction box cover.
INSTALL OVEN
3-Wire Cable from Home Power Supply
- U.S. Only
IMPORTANT: Use the 3-wire cable from home
power supply where local codes permit a 3-wire
connection.
A
B
C
WARNING
Excessive Weight Hazard
Use two or more people to move and
install oven.
Failure to do so can result in back or
other injury.
G
H
D
1.
Using 2 or more people, lift oven partially
into cabinet cutout using the oven opening
as an area to grip.
NOTE: Push against seal area of oven front
frame when pushing oven into cabinet. Do
not push against outside edges.
2.
Push against seal area of front frame to
push oven into cabinet.
3.
Push oven completely into cabinet and
center oven into cabinet cutout.
E
F
A. Cable from home power supply
B. Junction box
C. Black wires
D. White wires
E. Green (or bare) ground wire
(from oven)
1.
2.
3.
4.
I
F. 4-wire flexible cable from
oven
G. Red wires
H. UL listed wire connectors
I. UL listed or CSA approved
conduit connector
Connect the 2 black wires (C) together
using a UL listed wire connector.
Connect the 2 white wires (D) and the green
(or bare) ground wire (of the oven cable)
using a UL listed wire connector.
Connect the 2 red wires (G) together using
a UL listed wire connector.
Install junction box cover.
2-6
4.
Securely fasten oven to cabinet using the
#8-14 x 1˝ screws (2 for single oven, 4 for
double oven) provided. Insert the screws
through holes in mounting rails. Do not
overtighten screws.
10. Check that the door is free to open and
close. If it is not, repeat the removal and
installation procedures. See “Remove
Oven Door,” page 2-4.
11. Reconnect power.
12. Display panel will light briefly, and “PF”
should appear in the display.
13. If display panel does not light, please reference the “Assistance or Service” section
of the Use and Care Guide or contact the
dealer from whom you purchased your
oven.
A
B
COMPLETE INSTALLATION
A. Mounting rail
B. Insert #8-14 x 1" screw.
5.
1.
On some models, the oven vent is taped
to the side of the oven.
With one #8-14 x 3/8˝ screw for each side
of the vent, fasten vent securely to the
oven.
A
2.
3.
4.
Check Operation of Lower Oven
1. Turn power on.
2. When “CLOCK ENTER TIME” appears in
the lower oven display touch START.
3. Touch BROIL.
4. Touch START.
If oven does not operate, check the
following:
• Household fuse is intact and tight; or
circuit breaker has not tripped.
• Electrical supply is connected.
• See “Troubleshooting” section in the Use
and Care Guide.
5. When oven has been on for 5 minutes,
feel for heat. If you do not feel heat or if
an error code (“F” followed by a number
plus “E” followed by a number) appears in
the display, turn off the oven and contact
a qualified technician.
6. Touch LOWER OVEN OFF.
B
A. #8-14 x 3/8 ˝ screw
B. Oven vent
6.
7.
8.
9.
Check that all parts are now installed. If
there is an extra part, go back through the
steps to see which step was skipped.
Check that you have all of your tools.
Dispose of/recycle all packaging materials.
For oven use and cleaning, read the Use
and Care Guide.
Replace oven racks.
Replace oven door by inserting ends of
hinges into hinge slots in the oven frame.
Push hinges in as far as they will go and
open the oven door. You should feel the
oven door drop into place.
Rotate both hinge latches back to the locked
position.
2-7
Check Operation of Microwave Oven
1. Fill a microwave-safe container with 1 cup
(250 mL) of water and place container inside
microwave oven. Close door firmly.
2. Set microwave oven cook time to “2:00”
minutes.
3. Touch START. The interior microwave oven
light should be on, and the remaining cooking time should be displayed in the upper
oven display.
If microwave does not operate, check
the following:
• Household fuse is intact and tight; or
circuit breaker has not tripped.
• Electrical supply is connected.
• See “Troubleshooting” section in the Use
and Care Guide.
• When display reads “1:00” minute, open
microwave oven door. The microwave
should stop cooking. Close door firmly.
The interior microwave oven light should
turn off.
Touch START to resume preset cycle. The
microwave oven should begin cooking, and
the microwave oven interior light should be
on.
Let microwave oven complete cooking time.
A tone will sound 3 times at the end of the
cooking time, and the microwave oven will
shut off.
5. Open microwave oven door and slowly remove container. Water in container should
be hot.
If you need Assistance or Service:
Please reference the “Assistance or Service”
section of the Use and Care Guide or contact
the dealer from whom you purchased your
built-in and microwave ovens.
4.
2-8
PRODUCT OPERATION
% OZ
FC LBS
POWER
TIMER
MAXIMUM TIME REMAINING
% OZ
FC LBS
POWER
TIMER
MAXIMUM TIME REMAINING
ELECTRONIC OVEN CONTROL
CONTROL LOCK
DONENESS
The Control Lock shuts down the control panel
keys to avoid unintended use of the oven. The
Control Lock will remain set after a power failure,
if set before the power failure occurs.
When the control is locked, only the TIMER
SET/START, TIMER OFF and OVEN LIGHT
keys will function.
Doneness may be adjusted to more done, less
done, or back to normal doneness (default) for
all automatic cooking functions except Popcorn,
EasyConvect™, Custom Reheat (manual), Custom Defrost (manual) and Steam (manual).
To Change Doneness Setting:
During programming, before touching START,
touch POWER once for MORE, twice for LESS
or 3 times for NORMAL.
The Control Lock is preset unlocked, but can
be locked.
To Lock Control: Touch and hold START for
approximately 5 seconds, until “control locked”
appears on the lower text line and a lock icon
appears in the display.
To Unlock Control: Repeat to unlock and remove “control locked” and lock icon from the
display.
3-1
SABBATH MODE
CONVECTION BROIL
The Sabbath Mode sets the oven to remain on
in a bake setting until turned off. A timed Sabbath Mode can also be set to keep the oven on
for only part of the Sabbath.
When the Sabbath Mode is set, only the number
and start keys will function, no tones will sound,
and the displays will not show messages or temperature changes. The heat sources icons will
appear lit on the lower oven display throughout
the Sabbath Mode.
When the Sabbath Mode is set the lower oven
is disabled and no function is allowed. When the
oven door is opened or closed, the oven light
will not turn on or off and the heating elements
will not turn on or off immediately.
If a power failure occurs when the Sabbath
Mode is set, the oven will remain in Sabbath
Mode but will no longer be actively cooking.
The “ON” indicator will no longer be lit. Touch
OFF to return to normal operating mode (nonSabbath Mode, not cooking).
To Activate:
Before the Sabbath Mode can be regularly set,
the oven must first be enabled with a one time
only setup.
1. Open the oven door.
2. Touch OFF.
3. Touch the number keys 7, 8, 9, 6, in this
order.
4. Touch START to activate. “SABBATH
ENABLED” will appear on the display.
5. Touch OFF to clear the display.
6. Close oven door.
To Deactivate:
The oven can be disabled of the ability to set
the Sabbath Mode by repeating the previous
steps. See the “To Activate” section. When
disabled “SABBATH DISABLED” will appear
on the display. The Sabbath Mode cannot be
regularly set until re-enabled.
A
B
A. Broil heat
B. Convection fan
During convection broiling, the broil elements
will cycle on and off in intervals to maintain oven
temperature, while the fan constantly circulates
the hot air.
The temperature is preset at 450°F (232°C),
but can be changed to a different temperature.
Cooking times will vary depending on the rack
position and temperature and may need to be
adjusted.
If the oven door is opened during convection
broiling, fan turns off immediately when door
is opened and turns on again immediately
when door is closed. Broil elements will turn
off approximately 30 seconds after the door is
opened. They will turn on again approximately
30 seconds after the door is closed.
3-2
TEMPERATURE PROBE
DEHYDRATING
(on convection models, closed door)
WARNING
Dehydration is a method used to preserve food.
Various factors, such as the quality of the fresh
food, pretreatment techniques, the size and
thickness of the food, and the climate may affect the finished product.
During dehydration, heat is used to force out
moisture and air circulation is used to carry the
moisture away.
Refer to a reliable book or source for complete
information about dehydrating and preserving
foods.
NOTE: The oven will automatically turn off after
12 hours. However, some foods may take more
than 12 hours to dehydrate. If this is the case,
the oven will need to be restarted.
Burn Hazard
Use an oven mitt to remove temperature
probe.
Do not touch broil element.
Failure to follow these instructions can
result in burns.
The temperature probe accurately measures
the internal temperature of meat, poultry and
casseroles with liquid and should be used in
determining the doneness of meat and poultry.
It should not be used during full and center
broiling, convection broiling, dehydrating or
proofing bread.
Always unplug and remove the temperature
probe from the oven when removing food.
3-3
— NOTES —
3-4
COMPONENT ACCESS
This section instructs you on how to service each component inside the KitchenAid 27˝ & 30˝
Electric Built-In Microwave/Oven Combination. The upper oven components and their locations
are shown below. The lower oven component locations are shown on page 4-27.
COMPONENT LOCATIONS
Upper Oven Components
Microwave Control Board
Lower Oven Control Board
User Interface
Inverter
Microwave Appliance Manager
Magnetron Thermostat
Microwave Light Transformer
Magnetron
Convection Thermistor
Magnetron Fan Motor
Convection Thermostat
WIDE Interface Board
Convection Thermoactuator
Convection Ring Element
Monitor Interlock Switch
Convection Fan Motor
Main Filter (L2)
Grill Thermostat
AC Terminal Block
Primary Interlock Switch
Cavity Light
Cavity Thermostat
Main Filter (L1)
AC Line Fuse
Humidity Sensor
Monitor Fuse
Grill Element
Lower Oven Light Transformer
Control Power Transformer
Secondary Interlock Switch
Microwave Door Glass
Lower Oven Appliance Manager
Turntable Motor
4-1
REMOVING THE USER INTERFACE AND THE OVEN
& MICROWAVE CONTROL BOARD ASSEMBLIES
WARNING
c) Disconnect the two ribbon cable connectors from the user interface and
remove the interface.
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before
operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or
electrical shock.
1.
2.
3.
User Interface Ribbon Cables
5.
Unplug oven or disconnect power.
Open the microwave oven door and remove
the two flat-head screws from the bottom
of the control panel frame.
Remove the control panel frame and close
the microwave oven door.
Oven Control Board Screws MW Control Board Screws
c) Rotate the top of the MW or oven control board assembly forward and down,
and disconnect the connectors from the
board as follows:
P1 (8-pin)
P2 (5-pin)
P40 (ribbon cable)
Control Panel Frame Screws
4.
To remove the oven and microwave
(MW) control board assemblies:
a) Remove the user interface (see step 4).
b) Remove the indicated screws from the
oven or MW control board brackets.
To remove the user interface (UI):
a) Remove the screw from the bracket on
the right side of the user interface and
remove the bracket.
b) Slide the user interface to the right,
unhook it from the left bracket, and
rotate the top forward and down.
Oven Control Board
MW Control Board
Slide & Unhook UI
P40 P2 P1
User Interface
UI Bracket Screw
4-2
P40 P2 P1
REMOVING THE HUMIDITY SENSOR AND
THE CAVITY THERMOSTAT
WARNING
MW Relay Board
Humidity Sensor
5.
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before
operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or
electrical shock.
1.
2.
Cavity Thermostat
To remove the humidity sensor:
a) Remove the two screws from the humidity sensor.
Humidity Sensor
Screws
Unplug oven or disconnect power.
Open the microwave oven door, remove
the two flat-head screws from the bottom
of the control panel frame, and remove the
frame.
b) Disconnect the sensor from microwave
relay board connector HUM.
c) Cut the humidity sensor cable from the
harness and remove the sensor.
Humidity Sensor
Connector (HUM)
Control Panel Frame Screws
3.
Remove the four screws from the front
subpanel and remove the subpanel assembly.
6.
Front Subpanel Screws
4.
Disconnect the P1 and P2 connectors from
the microwave and lower oven control board
connectors and set the panel assembly
aside.
Lower Oven Board
P2 P1
To remove the cavity thermostat:
a) Remove the two screws from the cavity
thermostat.
b) Disconnect the two white wire connectors from the cavity thermostat terminals
and remove the thermostat.
Wire Connectors
MW Oven Board
Cavity Thermostat
Screws
P2 P1
4-3
REMOVING THE CONTROL POWER AND
THE MICROWAVE LIGHT TRANSFORMERS
WARNING
Control Power Transformer
MW Light Transformer
5.
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before
operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or
electrical shock.
1.
2.
Unplug oven or disconnect power.
Open the microwave oven door, remove
the two flat-head screws from the bottom
of the control panel frame, and remove the
frame.
2-Wire Connector
2-Wire Connector
Control Power Transformer Screws
Screws
6.
Control Panel Frame Screws
3.
To remove the control power transformer:
a) Disconnect the 2-wire transformer connector from the left side panel connector.
b) Remove the two screws from the transformer and remove the transformer.
Remove the four screws from the front
subpanel and remove the subpanel assembly.
Front Subpanel Screws
To remove the microwave light transformer:
a) Disconnect the two pink wire connectors
from the LOAD terminals, and the two
brown wire connectors from the LINE
terminals.
b) Remove the two screws from the transformer and remove the transformer.
BR Wires
4.
Disconnect the P1 and P2 connectors from
the microwave and lower oven control board
connectors and set the panel assembly
aside.
Lower Oven Board
Screw
MW Oven Board
PK Wires
P2 P1
P2 P1
Screw
MW Light Transformer
4-4
REMOVING THE CONVECTION THERMOACTUATOR
AND THE WIDE INTERFACE BOARD
WARNING
Convection Thermoactuator
WIDE Interface Board
5.
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before
operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or
electrical shock.
1.
2.
Wire Connectors
Unplug oven or disconnect power.
Open the microwave oven door, remove
the two flat-head screws from the bottom
of the control panel frame, and remove the
frame.
Thermoactuator Screws
6.
Control Panel Frame Screws
3.
Remove the four screws from the front
subpanel and remove the subpanel assembly.
WIDE Interface Board
Disconnect the P1 and P2 connectors from
the microwave and lower oven control board
connectors and set the panel assembly
aside.
Lower Oven Board
To remove the WIDE interface board:
a) Disconnect the two wire connectors at
P1 and U3.
b) Push and unlock the tab and remove the
WIDE interface board from its bracket.
P1
Front Subpanel Screws
4.
To remove the convection thermoactuator:
a) Disconnect the two wire connectors
from the terminals.
b) Remove the two screws and remove
the thermoactuator.
U3
MW Oven Board
Tab
P2 P1
P2 P1
4-5
REMOVING THE MONITOR FUSE AND
THE MICROWAVE APPLIANCE MANAGER
WARNING
Monitor Fuse
Microwave Appliance Manager
5.
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before
operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or
electrical shock.
1.
2.
Monitor Fuse
BR
BR
Unplug oven or disconnect power.
Open the microwave oven door, remove
the two flat-head screws from the bottom
of the control panel frame, and remove the
frame.
Fuse Holder Screw
6.
Control Panel Frame Screws
3.
To remove the monitor fuse holder:
a) Remove the fuse from the fuse holder.
b) Disconnect the two wire connectors
from the fuse holder terminals.
c) Remove the screw from the fuse holder
and remove the fuse holder.
To remove the microwave appliance
manager:
a) Remove the two screws from the left
side of the board and remove the board
from its holder.
b) Disconnect the wire connectors from
the board (see below for the wiring).
Remove the four screws from the front
subpanel and remove the subpanel assembly.
Microwave Appliance Manager Screws
Front Subpanel Screws
4.
P3
BU-YL
Disconnect the P1 and P2 connectors from
the microwave and lower oven control board
connectors and set the panel assembly
aside.
Lower Oven Board
P2 P1
RL1 RL2 RL3
BU RD BR
P10
P8
6-Pin 3-Pin
HUM
3-Pin
WH BK WH
(SM)
(LG)
MW Oven Board
P1=BU-BR
2 BK-2 BR & 4 BK
P2 P1
4-6
P6
2-Pin
REMOVING THE MICROWAVE DOOR INTERLOCK
SWITCHES AND THE CAVITY LIGHT
WARNING
Cavity Light
Sec. Interlock Sw.
5.
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before
operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or
electrical shock.
1.
2.
Unplug oven or disconnect power.
Open the microwave oven door, remove
the two flat-head screws from the bottom
of the control panel frame, and remove the
frame.
To remove the secondary interlock
switch:
a) Remove the two mounting bracket
screws from the front of the switch
holder on the left front side of the MW
oven, and remove the holder.
Sec. Interlock Sw. Screws
b) Disconnect the blue (COM) and white
(N.O.) wires from the switch terminals.
c) Raise the locking tabs and pull the
switch off the pins and out of the switch
holder.
Control Panel Frame Screws
3.
Primary & Monitor
Interlock Switches
BU (COM)
Remove the four screws from the front
subpanel and remove the subpanel assembly.
WH (N.O.)
Front Subpanel Screws
Secondary Interlock Sw.
4.
Disconnect the P1 and P2 connectors from
the microwave and lower oven control board
connectors and set the panel assembly
aside.
Lower Oven Board
P2 P1
Continued on the next page.
MW Oven Board
P2 P1
4-7
6.
To remove the primary or monitor interlock switch:
a) Place the blade of a flat-blade screwdriver between the switch body and the
holder. Twist the blade until the switch is
free of the tabs, and remove the switch
from the holder.
c) Monitor (rear): Disconnect the red
(COM) and blue (N.C.) wires from the
switch terminals.
RD (COM)
BU (N.C.)
Monitor Interlock Switch
Monitor Interlock Switch
7.
To remove the cavity light:
a) Disconnect the two pink cavity light
LOAD wires from the microwave light
transformer terminals.
Pink LOAD Wires
Twist Screwdriver
Primary Interlock Switch
Microwave Light
Transformer
b) Primary (front): Disconnect the brown
(COM), white (N.O.), and blue (N.C.)
wires from the switch terminals.
BR (COM)
b) Squeeze the light wire clips, remove
the ends from the slot in the chassis,
and lift the light and remove it from the
chassis.
WH (N.O.)
BU (N.C.)
Primary Interlock Switch
Wire Clip
Cavity Light
4-8
Chassis Slot
REMOVING THE MAGNETRON THERMOSTAT
AND THE MAGNETRON
WARNING
4.
To remove the magnetron thermostat:
a) Disconnect the two wire connectors
from the thermostat terminals.
b ) Remove the two screws from the thermostat and remove the thermostat.
Wire Connectors
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before
operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or
electrical shock.
1.
2.
3.
Magnetron Thermostat
Screw (1 of 2)
Unplug oven or disconnect power.
Remove the oven from its mounting location
(see “Installation Information” in Section 2)
and pull it forward so that you can access
the top cover.
Remove the four screws from the top cover
and remove the cover.
5.
To remove the magnetron:
a) Remove the magnetron thermostat (see
step 4).
b) Remove the eight screws from the inner
cover and remove the cover.
Inner Cover Screws (3 of 8)
Top Cover
Screws (2 of 4)
c) Remove the right screw from the microwave appliance manager board
bracket.
Magnetron & Magnetron Thermostat
Bracket Screw
Continued on the next page.
4-9
d) Remove the eight screws from the
top right side cover and remove the
cover.
f) IMPORTANT: Touch a screwdriver
shaft to the two filament connectors
and chassis ground.
g) Disconnect the two red filament wires
from the magnetron terminals.
h) Remove the four screws from the magnetron, move the end of the microwave
relay board bracket out of the way, and
remove the magnetron.
Filament Wires
Top Right Side
Cover (8 Screws)
Magnetron
e) Remove the nine screws from the right
microwave side cover and remove the
cover.
Right MW Side
Cover (9 Screws)
4-10
Magnetron Screws
REMOVING THE MAIN L1 FILTER, MAIN L2 FILTER,
AND GRILL THERMOSTAT
WARNING
Main L2 Filter
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before
operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or
electrical shock.
1.
2.
3.
5.
Unplug oven or disconnect power.
Remove the oven from its mounting location
(see “Installation Information” in Section 2)
and pull it forward so that you can access
the top cover.
Remove the four screws from the top cover
and remove the cover.
Grill Thermostat
Main L1 Filter
To remove the main L1 filter:
a) IMPORTANT: Discharge the main L2
filter by touching the leads of a 20,000
ohm resistor to the terminals and chassis ground.
b) Remove the filter bracket screw, unhook
the top and bottom bracket tabs, and
remove the bracket from the left side
panel.
Bracket Screw
Top Cover
Screws (2 of 4)
4.
Remove the eight screws from the inner
cover and remove the cover.
Main L1 Filter
Inner Cover Screws (3 of 8)
Continued on the next page.
4-11
c) Disconnect the wires from the main L1
filter board as follows:
White at P31 (to 3-pin plug)
Black at P32
Brown at P33
White at P34
d) Remove the mounting screw and remove the board from the bracket.
c) Disconnect the wires from the main L2
filter terminals.
Main L2 Filter
P32 BK
P31 WH
GN/YL (GND)
Screw
RD (PLUG)
WH (PLUG)
4
P34 WH
BK (THERMOSTAT)
7.
Main L1 Filter
6.
To remove the main L2 filter:
a) IMPORTANT: Discharge the main L2
filter by touching the leads of a 20,000
ohm resistor to the terminals and chassis ground.
b) Remove the nut and washer from the
main L2 filter stud and remove the filter.
3
2
1
P33 BR
RD (RELAY)
To remove the grill thermostat:
a) IMPORTANT: Discharge the main L2
filter by touching the leads of a 20,000
ohm resistor to the terminals and chassis ground.
b) Remove the main L2 filter and move it
out of the way of the thermostat (see
step 6 for the procedure).
c) Disconnect the wires from the thermostat terminals.
d) Remove the two screws from the thermostat and remove the thermostat.
Grill Thermostat
BK Wires
Main L2 Filter Nut & Washer
Screw (1 of 2)
4-12
REMOVING THE MAGNETRON FAN MOTOR & THE INVERTER
WARNING
5.
Upper Rear Cover
(10 Screws)
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before
operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or
electrical shock.
1.
2.
3.
Remove the ten screws from the upper rear
cover of the oven and remove the cover.
Unplug oven or disconnect power.
Remove the oven from its mounting location
(see “Installation Information” in Section 2)
and pull it forward so that you can access
the top cover.
Remove the four screws from the top cover
and remove the cover.
6.
To remove the magnetron fan motor:
a) Remove the left screw from the appliance manager board bracket.
App. Man. Board
Left Bracket Screw
Top Cover
Screws (2 of 4)
4.
Remove the eight screws from the inner
cover and remove the cover.
b) Remove the magnetron fan motor
housing screw from the rear of the
chassis.
Inner Cover Screws (3 of 8)
Mag. Fan Motor
Housing Screw
MW Appliance Manager Bracket
Continued on the next page.
Magnetron Fan Motor
Inverter
4-13
c) Remove the magnetron fan motor housing assembly and set it on top of the
oven.
d) Disconnect the two black wires from
the magnetron fan motor terminals.
g) Pull the blower off the magnetron fan
motor shaft.
Motor Shaft
Magnetron Fan Blower
Magnetron Fan Motor Wires
7.
e) Remove the three screws from the magnetron fan motor housing and separate
the sections.
To remove the inverter:
a) Remove the two top screws from the
outer convection cover at the rear of
the oven.
Outer Convect. Cover
(2 Top Screws)
Mag. Fan Motor
Housing Screws
f) Remove the magnetron fan motor
screws from the housing and remove
the motor from the housing.
b) Remove the two inverter housing screws
from the rear of the oven.
Mag. Fan Motor Screws
Inverter Housing Screws
4-14
c) IMPORTANT: Touch a screwdriver
shaft to the two filament connectors
and chassis ground.
d) Disconnect the two filament wires from
the magnetron terminals.
e) Remove the screw from the green/yellow ground wire.
i) Disconnect the wires from the inverter
as follows:
2 red wires from CN703
Screw at green/yellow wire E701
3-wire connector at CN701
Blue and white wires at CN702
GND (E701) 3-Wire (CN701)
BU & WH (CN702)
Filament Wires
Ground Wire Screw
2 RD (CN703)
f) Lift the inverter housing and set it on
top of the oven.
g) Remove the wires from the inverter
housing.
h) Unclip the four housing tabs and lift the
top housing off the bottom half.
Remove
Wires Here
j) Unhook the two locking tabs and remove the inverter from the lower half
of the housing.
Inverter Housing Tabs
Inverter Housing
Tabs (2 of 4)
4-15
REMOVING THE CONVECTION THERMISTOR
AND GRILL ELEMENT
WARNING
5.
Remove the seven screws from the outer
convection cover and remove the cover.
Outer Convect. Cover
(7 Screws)
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before
operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or
electrical shock.
1.
2.
3.
Unplug oven or disconnect power.
Remove the oven from its mounting location
(see “Installation Information” in Section 2)
and pull it forward so that you can access
the top cover.
Remove the four screws from the top cover
and remove the cover.
MW Grill Element Terminals
Convection Thermistor
6.
Top Cover
Screws (2 of 4)
4.
Remove the ten screws from the upper rear
cover of the oven and remove the cover.
To remove the convection thermistor:
a) Remove the convection thermistor,
insulation, and insulation cover from
the thermistor.
b) Remove the screw from the convection
thermistor clip and remove the clip and
thermistor.
Insulation & Cover
Upper Rear Cover
(10 Screws)
Conv. Therm.
Clip Screw
4-16
c) Disconnect the convection thermistor
connector from appliance manager connector P6 and remove the thermistor.
c) Open the microwave oven door.
d) Twist the front grill element support 90°
in either direction and remove it from
the cavity slot.
Front MW Grill Element Support
e) Lower the front of the grill element,
pull the element terminals out the back
holes of the cavity, and remove the element.
Conv. Therm.
Connector P6
REASSEMBLY NOTE: Install the convection
thermistor and clip first, then place the insulation
and insulation cover over the thermistor.
7. To remove the grill element:
a) From the rear of the oven, disconnect
the three wires from the grill element
terminals.
b) Remove the two nuts from the grill element studs.
MW Grill Wires
MW Grill Nuts
4-17
MW Grill Element
REMOVING THE LOWER OVEN APPLIANCE MANAGER
WARNING
AC Wiring Conduit Connector
Upper Left Side Cover
(8 Screws)
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before
operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or
electrical shock.
1.
2.
3.
Unplug oven or disconnect power.
Remove the oven from its mounting location
(see “Installation Information” in Section 2)
and pull it forward so that you can access
the top cover.
Remove the four screws from the top cover
and remove the cover.
Top Cover
Screws (2 of 4)
4.
Remove the eight screws from the inner
cover and remove the cover.
Inner Cover Screws (3 of 8)
5.
6.
Unhook and remove the AC wiring conduit
connector from the back of the upper left
side cover (see the top right photo).
Remove the eight screws from the upper
left side cover and remove the cover.
4-18
Lower Oven
Appliance Manager
7.
8.
Disconnect the wire connectors from the
lower oven appliance manager board pins.
The wire connector colors are as follows:
T1 = PK/WH, PK
T2 = 2 PK
T3 = OR, RD, YL, BU
T4 = 2 BK
P9 = GY, BK
P8 = BK, OR, GY, YL, BK/WH
P7 = VI, WH
P2 = 2 VI, OR, WH
P1 = PK, BR, TN
P5 = GN, PK/WH
P6 = BR, OR, YL, BU
Remove the four lower oven appliance
manager housing screws and remove the
housing assembly.
T1
P6
P5
9.
P1
P2
T2
T3
P7
T4
P9
P8
Lower Oven
Appliance Manager
Housing Screw (1 of 4)
4-19
Unclip the six tabs from the lower oven
appliance manager and remove it from the
housing.
Tab
Tab
Tab
Lower Oven
Appliance Manager
Tab
Tab
Tab
REMOVING THE LINE FUSE HOLDER &
LOWER OVEN LIGHT TRANSFORMER
WARNING
4.
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before
operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or
electrical shock.
1.
2.
3.
To remove the line fuse and holder:
a) Pull the fuse out of the holder clips.
b) Disconnect the two black wires from
the fuse holder terminals.
c) Remove the two screws from the fuse
holder and remove it.
BK Wire
Line Fuse
Fuse Holder
Screws
Unplug oven or disconnect power.
Remove the oven from its mounting location
(see “Installation Information” in Section 2)
and pull it forward so that you can access
the top cover.
Remove the upper left side cover from the
oven (see page 4-18 for the procedure).
BK Wire
5.
Line Fuse & Holder
To remove the lower oven light transformer:
a) Disconnect the four wire connectors
from the transformer terminals.
b) Remove the two screws from the transformer and remove it.
BK
(WIDE)
WH
(WIDE)
Lower Oven Light
Transformer
BK/WH
(NAR)
WH
(NAR)
Screw
4-20
Lower Oven Light
Transformer
Screw
REMOVING THE AC TERMINAL BLOCK
4.
Remove the nuts from the black, white,
and red wires and remove the wires from
the terminal block studs.
Remove the two mounting screws from the
terminal block and remove it from the side
cover.
5.
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before
operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or
electrical shock.
3.
Unplug oven or disconnect power.
Remove the oven from its mounting location
(see “Installation Information” in Section 2)
and pull it forward so that you can access
the top cover.
Remove the upper left side cover from the
oven (see page 4-18 for the procedure).
AC PRIMARY WIRING
1.
2.
BLACK
BLACK
Mounting
Screw
WHITE
WHITE
Mounting
Screw
RED
RED
AC Terminal Block
AC Terminal Block
4-21
AC SECONDARY WIRING
WARNING
REMOVING THE CONVECTION THERMOSTAT,
RING ELEMENT, AND FAN MOTOR
WARNING
5.
Remove the seven screws from the outer
convection cover and remove the cover.
Outer Convect. Cover
(7 Screws)
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before
operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or
electrical shock.
1.
2.
3.
Unplug oven or disconnect power.
Remove the oven from its mounting location
(see “Installation Information” in Section 2)
and pull it forward so that you can access
the top cover.
Remove the four screws from the top cover
and remove the cover.
Convection Thermostat
6.
Top Cover
Screws (2 of 4)
4.
Remove the ten screws from the upper rear
cover of the oven and remove the cover.
To remove the convection thermostat:
a) Disconnect the two blue wires from the
terminals.
b) Remove the two screws from the thermostat.
BU Wires
Screws
Upper Rear Cover
(10 Screws)
Convection Thermostat
4-22
7.
To remove the convection ring element:
a) Disconnect the two wires from the ring
element terminals.
b) Remove the six screws, (including the
cavity thermostat clip), from the inner
convection cover, remove the cover,
and turn it over.
8.
To remove the convection fan motor:
a) Disconnect the two wires from the fan
motor terminals.
b) Remove the six screws, (including the
cavity thermostat clip), from the inner
convection cover, remove the cover,
and turn it over.
Motor Wires
Inner Cover
Screws (6)
Inner Cover
Screws (6)
Convection
Ring Element
Wires
Convection Fan Motor
c) Remove the two screws from the ring
element bracket and the screw from
the clip, and remove the element from
the cover.
Bracket Screws
c) Pry out on the clip center tabs (see the
lower left photo), and remove the clip,
the fan blade, and flat washer (behind
blade) from the fan motor shaft.
d) Turn the convection fan motor so that
the tabs are in the large slots of the
cover and remove the motor from the
cover.
Convection Ring Element
Clip
Fan Blade
Remove
Clip Screw
Tabs
Large Slots
4-23
REMOVING THE TURNTABLE MOTOR
5.
WARNING
Remove the four screws from the front
control subpanel, remove the subpanel
assembly, and lay it on top of the oven.
Front Subpanel Screws
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before
operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or
electrical shock.
1.
2.
3.
6.
Unplug oven or disconnect power.
Remove the oven from its mounting location
(see “Installation Information” in Section 2)
and pull it forward so that you can access
the top cover.
Remove the four screws from the top cover
and remove the cover.
Top Cover
Screws (2 of 4)
4.
Open the microwave oven door, remove
the two flat-head screws from the bottom
of the control panel frame, and remove the
frame.
Control Panel Frame Screws
4-24
Remove the six screws from the left and
right rails and remove the rails from the
oven.
Right Side Rail
6 Screws
7.
8.
9.
Unhook and remove the AC wiring conduit
connector from the back of the upper left
side cover.
Remove the five screws from the upper
left side cover and remove the cover.
Remove the five screws from the upper
right side cover and remove the cover.
11. Set the control subpanel assembly in its
place on the front of the oven and hold it
in place so it does not fall.
NOTE: You will need something approximately
12-13˝ long to prop up the front of the microwave
oven in step 12.
12. Lift the front of the microwave oven and
securely prop it up so that you can access
the turntable motor.
13. Remove the two screws from the motor.
AC Wiring Conduit Connector
Upper Left Side
Cover (5 Screws)
Turntable Motor
(2 Screws)
10. Remove the ten screws from the upper rear
cover of the oven and remove the cover.
Continued on the next page.
Upper Rear Cover
(10 Screws)
4-25
14. Lower the motor as far as possible, pull the
turntable coupler off the motor shaft and
remove the motor from the oven.
15. Remove the cardboard insulator and the
round rubber spacer from the motor.
16. Disconnect the two wire connectors from
the motor terminals.
Turntable Coupler
Wire Connectors
Insulator
Rubber Spacer
(Below Insulator)
4-26
Lower Oven Components
Blower Speed Resistor
Blower Motor
Lower Temperature Sensor
(On Oven Liner)
Blower
Door Latch Assembly
Oven Shutdown Thermal
Cutoff (non-resettable)
Halogen Light
Meat Probe
Convection
Ring Element
IN/OUT Broil Element
Convection Fan Motor
Oven Door Glass
Door Gasket
Halogen Lights
Hidden Bake Element
4-27
REMOVING THE DOOR LATCH ASSEMBLY
7.
WARNING
Remove the two screws from the door latch
assembly, pull the latch assembly back to
remove the latches from the cutouts, and
then lift and pull it forward so that you can
access the wiring.
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before
operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or
electrical shock.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Door Latch
Assembly Screws
Unplug oven or disconnect power.
Prop the microwave oven up so you can
access the door latch assembly (see pages
4-24 & 4-25 for the procedure).
Open the lower oven door.
Remove the four screws from the lower
oven air vent and remove the vent.
8.
Disconnect the wires from the assembly
as follows:
Latch motor = yellow & white
Door switch = brown (C) & orange (N.O.)
Latch switch = gray (C) & blue (N.O.)
YL
WH
OR
BR
Air Vent Screws
5.
6.
Bend and break the two front tabs on the
top air duct latch assembly cover.
Using a pair of side-cutters, cut the two
front joins on the top air duct latch assembly
cover, then bend the top and bottom covers
up as far as they will go.
BU
Latch Motor
Door Switch
Latch Switch
Top Air Duct
Top Latch Assembly Cover
Cut Here
4-28
GY
9.
To remove the latch motor, remove the
two motor screws from the bottom of the
assembly.
10. To remove the door or latch switch,
remove the bracket screw. NOTE: You will
have to remove the latch motor (in step 9) to
access the door or latch switch screws.
Door Switch Screw
Latch Switch Screw
Latch Motor Screws
REASSEMBLY NOTE: After you reinstall the
door latch assembly in the oven, press the two
covers back down into place. Use a piece of
shipping tape and tape over the front edge of
the top cover to hold it in place and keep it from
vibrating during operation.
4-29
REMOVING THE BROIL ELEMENT AND
THE OVEN TEMPERATURE SENSOR
WARNING
Broil Element Screws
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before
operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or
electrical shock.
1.
2.
b) Pull the broil element forward until you
can access the wire terminals.
c) Disconnect the orange and blue wire
connectors from the broil element terminals and remove the element.
Unplug oven or disconnect power.
Open the lower oven door.
Broil Element
Temperature Sensor
Broil Element Wires
BU
3.
To remove the broil element:
a) Remove the four screws from the front
and rear brackets (see the top right
photo).
4-30
OR
OR
Broil Element
BU
4.
To remove the oven temperature sensor:
a) Remove the screws from the sensor
bracket.
e) Disconnect the sensor wire connector
from the wiring harness.
f) Push the sensor wire connector through
the oven liner hole from the rear of the
oven.
Oven Liner Hole
Temperature
Sensor Screws
Temperature Sensor
Connector
b) Remove the oven from its mounting
location (see “Installation Information”
in Section 2) and pull it forward so that
you can access the top cover.
c) Remove the four screws from the top
cover and remove the cover.
g) Pull the temperature sensor connector
out of the hole and remove the sensor.
Top Cover
Screws (2 of 4)
d) Remove the twelve screws from the lower rear cover and remove the cover.
Remove Temperature Sensor
Lower Rear Cover
(12 Screws)
4-31
REMOVING THE CONVECTION RING ELEMENT AND
THE CONVECTION FAN MOTOR
WARNING
4.
To remove the convection ring element:
a) Remove the two screws from the element brackets.
Ring Element
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before
operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or
electrical shock.
1.
2.
3.
Unplug oven or disconnect power.
Open the lower oven door.
Remove the seven screws from the convection cover and remove the cover.
Ring Element Screws
b) Pull the convection ring element forward
far enough to access the two wire connectors.
c) Disconnect the wire connectors from
the convection ring element terminals
and remove the element.
Convection Ring Element & Fan Motor
Ring Element Wires
7 Cover Screws
4-32
5.
To remove the convection fan motor:
a) Remove the 10mm hex nut from the
convection fan blade (left-hand rotation)
and remove the blade from the motor
shaft.
d) Remove the twelve screws from the lower rear cover and remove the cover.
Lower Rear Cover
(12 Screws)
Convection Fan Blade
Convection Fan Motor
Fan Blade Nut
b) Remove the three front screws from
the convection fan motor.
Front Convection Fan Motor Screws
e) Disconnect the red and yellow wires from
the convection fan motor terminals.
f) Remove the two screws from the fan
motor and remove the motor.
RD
c) Remove the oven from its mounting
location (see “Installation Information”
in Section 2) and pull it forward so that
you can access the rear covers.
4-33
YL
Rear Motor Screws
REMOVING A HALOGEN LIGHT ASSEMBLY
AND THE MEAT PROBE JACK
WARNING
b) Unclip the lens from the socket and
remove the lens.
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before
operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or
electrical shock.
1.
2.
Lens Clip
c) Remove the halogen bulb from the
socket connector.
Unplug oven or disconnect power.
Open the lower oven door.
Meat Probe Jack
Halogen Bulb
d) Cut the wires near the socket body and
splice the new socket in its place.
Halogen Lights
3.
To remove a halogen light assembly:
a) Remove the screw from the lens.
Cut Socket Wires
Lens Screw
4-34
4.
To remove the meat probe jack:
a) Remove the nut from the meat probe
jack.
Remove Access Cover
Meat Probe Jack Nut
b) Remove the oven from its mounting
location (see “Installation Information”
in Section 2) and pull it forward so that
you can access the meat probe jack
access cover on the right side of the
oven.
d) Remove the meat probe jack from the
right side cover.
e) Disconnect the wires from the meat
probe jack terminals. NOTE: Make sure
that you reinstall the star washer on the
new jack when you install it.
Star Washer
Meat Probe Jack Wires
f) Mount the meat probe jack access cover
to the side cover with two screws.
Meat Probe Jack
Access Cover
c) Use a pair of side-cutters and cut the meat
probe jack access cover from the right
side cover (see the top right photo).
4-35
Meat Probe Jack
Access Cover Screws
REMOVING THE BLOWER ASSEMBLY, BLOWER SPEED
RESISTOR, AND OVEN SHUTDOWN THERMAL CUTOFF
WARNING
Blower
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before
operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or
electrical shock.
1.
2.
3.
Blower Speed
Resistor
5.
Unplug oven or disconnect power.
Remove the oven from its mounting location
(see “Installation Information” in Section 2)
and pull it forward so that you can access
the top cover.
Remove the four screws from the top cover
and remove the cover.
Top Cover
Blower Motor
Oven Shutdown
TCO
To remove the blower assembly:
a) Disconnect the white and gray wires
from the blower motor terminals.
b) Remove the two screws from the blower
brackets.
c) Pull back on the blower assembly while
rotating it upwards and remove the assembly.
Screws
Upper Rear Cover
Blower Motor Wires
6.
Screws (2 of 4)
4.
Remove the ten screws from the upper rear
cover of the oven and remove the cover.
To remove the blower speed resistor:
a) Disconnect the two gray wires from the
resistor terminals.
b) Remove the screw from the resistor
bracket and remove the resistor.
Blower Speed
Resistor Wires
Upper Rear Cover
(10 Screws)
Screw
4-36
7.
To remove the oven shutdown thermal
cutoff (TCO):
a) Disconnect the two red wires from the
TCO terminals.
b) Remove the two mounting screws and
remove the TCO.
TCO Wires
Screws
4-37
REMOVING THE HIDDEN BAKE ELEMENT
5.
WARNING
6.
Disconnect the two red wires from the hidden bake element terminals.
Remove the four screws from the hidden
bake element cover.
Hidden Bake Element Cover Screws
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before
operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or
electrical shock.
1.
2.
3.
Red Wires
7.
Unplug oven or disconnect power.
Remove the oven from its mounting location
(see “Installation Information” in Section 2)
and pull it forward so that you can access
the top cover.
Remove the four screws from the top cover
and remove the cover.
8.
Bend the hidden bake element cover flaps
down as far as possible.
Using a single-edge razor blade, cut the
insulation blanket along the bracket edge
of the hidden bake element. Spread the
blanket apart so you can access the bracket
screws.
Cut Insulation
Top Cover
9.
Screws (2 of 4)
Remove the four screws from the hidden
bake element bracket.
Hidden Bake Element Bracket Screws
4.
Remove the twelve screws from the lower
rear cover and remove the cover.
Lower Rear Cover
(12 Screws)
4-38
NOTE: When you remove the hidden bake
element, press down on the front edge of the
panel that is below the element so that it does
not interfere with the removal.
10. Pull the hidden bake element out and remove it from the bottom of the oven.
11. Remove the two bracket screws from the
hidden bake element and remove the
bracket from the element.
REASSEMBLY NOTE: When you install the
replacement hidden bake element, press down
on the front edge of the panel that is below the
element so that it does not interfere with the
installation. When installed, the edge of the
panel should be below the element bracket so
that the bracket fits flush against the chassis.
4-39
Hidden Bake Element Bracket Screws
REMOVING THE OVEN DOOR GLASS AND HANDLE
1.
2.
Open the lower oven door.
Raise the two door hinge tabs to the “unlocked” position.
3.
4.
Door Hinge Tab Locked (Down)
5.
6.
Close the oven door to within several inches,
lift and pull out on the hinges, and remove
them from the oven slots.
Place the oven door front side down on a
padded surface to protect the finish.
Remove the two screws from each of the
bottom corner glass holders and remove
the holders.
To remove the inner oven door glass
panels, lift each of the three glass panels,
and remove them from the door.
Corner Glass Holder Screws
Inner Glass Panels
Door Hinge Tab Unlocked (Up)
7.
To remove the door handle and outer
oven door glass:
a) Remove the three inner glass panels
(see step 6).
b) Remove the three screws from the air
vent and remove the vent.
Oven Door Air Vent
Air Vent Screws
4-40
c) Remove the four door handle bracket
screws and remove the brackets and
handle from the door.
d) Slide the bottom edge of the outer oven
door glass out of the door frame and
remove the glass.
Handle Brackets & Screws
Outer Door Glass
Door Frame
4-41
REMOVING THE OVEN DOOR GASKET
1.
Remove the lower oven door (see the procedure on page 4-40).
2.
3.
Remove the screw from the door gasket
retainer and remove the retainer.
Pull the door gasket clips out of the oven
liner holes and remove the gasket.
Gasket Clip
Door Gasket
Gasket Retainer Screw
4-42
COMPONENT TESTING
UPPER OVEN COMPONENTS
• Conduct a microwave energy test after performing any tests or repairs to the microwave
oven.
• Check that all wire leads are in the correct
position before operating the microwave
oven.
• Grasp wire connectors when removing the
wire leads from microwave to oven parts.
• All testing must be done with an ohmmeter
having a sensitivity of 20,000 ohms per volt
DC or greater, and powered by at least a
9-volt battery.
• Unplug oven or disconnect power.
• Remove the lead wires from the related
component before conducting any of the
following tests.
• Discharge the high-voltage capacitor and
remove the lead wires from the primary winding of the high-voltage transformer before
conducting any of the following tests.
• All operational checks using microwave energy must be done with the microwave oven
loaded with a minimum of 8 oz (250mL) of
water in a microwave safe container.
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
HUMIDITY SENSOR
CAVITY THERMOSTAT
Refer to page 4-3 for the procedure for accessing the humidity sensor.
1. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
2. Disconnect the humidity sensor wire connector (HUM) from the appliance manager
board.
3. Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1K scale.
4. Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the humidity sensor connector pins 1 & 3, and 2 & 3.
The meter should indicate approximately
2.8 KΩ @ 77°F (25°C).
Refer to page 4-3 for the procedure for accessing the cavity thermostat.
1. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
2. Disconnect one of the wires from the cavity
thermostat terminals.
3. Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1 scale.
4. Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the
thermostat terminals. The meter should
indicate a closed (0 Ω) circuit.
NOTE: The thermostat opens at 347°F
(175°C).
5-1
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
MICROWAVE LIGHT TRANSFORMER
CONVECTION THERMOACTUATOR
Refer to page 4-4 for the procedure for accessing the microwave light transformer.
1. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
2. Disconnect one of the wires from the LINE
(primary) and one from the LOAD (secondary) terminals.
3. Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1 scale.
4. Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the LINE
terminals. The meter should indicate approximately 45 Ω.
5. Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the LOAD
terminals. The meter should indicate approximately 0.6 Ω.
Refer to page 4-5 for the procedure for accessing the convection thermoactuator.
1. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
2. Disconnect one of the wires from the thermoactuator terminals.
3. Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1 scale.
4. Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the thermoactuator terminals. The meter should
indicate approximately 2.3 Ω.
5-2
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
MICROWAVE DOOR
INTERLOCK SWITCHES
MONITOR FUSE
COM
N.O.
Refer to page 4-6 for the procedure for accessing the monitor fuse.
1. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
2. Disconnect one of the wires from the fuse
holder terminals.
3. Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1 scale.
4. Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the fuse
holder terminals. The meter should indicate
a closed circuit (0 Ω).
Refer to page 4-7 for the procedure for accessing the microwave door interlock switches.
1. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
2. Disconnect one of the wires from the door
interlock switch terminals.
3. Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1 scale.
4. Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the COM
and N.O. terminals of the door interlock
switch. The meter should indicate an open
circuit (infinite).
5. Press the actuator button on the interlock
switch. The meter should indicate a closed
circuit (0 Ω).
5-3
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
MAGNETRON THERMOSTAT
MAGNETRON
Filament
Terminals
Refer to page 4-9 for the procedure for accessing the magnetron thermostat.
1. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
2. Disconnect one of the wires from the magnetron thermostat terminals.
3. Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1 scale.
4. Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the
thermostat terminals. The meter should
indicate a closed (0 Ω) circuit.
NOTE: The thermostat opens at 257°F
(125°C) and closes at 185°F (85°C).
Refer to page 4-9 for the procedure for accessing the magnetron.
1. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
2. Touch a screwdriver shaft to the filament
wire terminals and the chassis.
3. Disconnect one of the wires from the magnetron filament terminals.
4. Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1 scale.
5. Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the filament terminals. The meter should indicate
less than 1 Ω.
6. Touch one of the ohmmeter test leads
to each of the filament terminals and the
other lead to the chassis. The meter should
indicate an open (infinite) circuit for both
terminals.
5-4
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
MAIN L1 & L2 FILTERS
GRILL & CONVECTION
THERMOSTATS
Main L2 Filter
3
1
P34
Grill Thermostat
4
2
Convection Thermostat
P33
Main L1 Filter
P31
Refer to page 4-11 for the procedure for accessing the grill thermostat, and page 4-22 for
the convection thermostat.
1. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
2. Disconnect one of the wires from the thermostat terminals.
3. Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1 scale.
4. Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the
thermostat terminals. The meter should
indicate a closed (0 Ω) circuit.
NOTE: The grill thermostat opens at 266°F
(130°C) and closes at –31°F (–35°C).
The convection thermostat opens at 293°F
(145°C) and closes at 221°F (105°C).
P32
Refer to page 4-11 for the procedure for accessing the main L1 and L2 filters.
1. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
2. IMPORTANT: Discharge the main L2
filter by touching the leads of a 20,000
ohm resistor to the terminals and chassis
ground.
3. Disconnect the wires from the main L1 or
L2 filter terminals.
4. Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1 scale.
5. Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the following L1 filter terminals:
Connectors P31 & P32, and P33 & P34 =
300 Ω or more (100 Ω or less is abnormal).
Connectors P31 & P34, and P32 & P33 =
0 Ω (100K Ω or more is abnormal).
6. Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the following L2 filter terminals:
Terminals 1 and 3 = less than 1 Ω.
Terminals 2 and 4 = less than 1 Ω.
Terminals 3 and 4 = 660 to 700 Ω.
5-5
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
MICROWAVE INVERTER BOARD
MAGNETRON FAN MOTOR
CN702
CN701
E701
Refer to page 4-13 for the procedure for accessing the magnetron fan motor.
1. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
2. Disconnect one of the wires from the magnetron fan motor terminals.
3. Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1 scale.
4. Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the motor terminals. The meter should indicate
approximately 3 Ω.
CN703
Refer to page 4-13 for the procedure for accessing the inverter.
1. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
2. Visually inspect connectors CN701,
CN702, CN703, and E701 on the microwave inverter board and check for signs of
overheating, or any failures due to loose
wires, bad crimping, etc.
5-6
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
GRILL ELEMENT
LOWER OVEN LIGHT
TRANSFORMER
LINE (Primary)
Terminals
Grill Element
LOAD (Secondary)
Terminals
Refer to page 4-16 for the procedure for accessing the grill element.
1. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
2. Disconnect one of the wires from the grill
element terminals.
3. Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1 scale.
4. Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the grill
element terminals. The meter should indicate approximately 9 Ω.
Refer to page 4-20 for the procedure for accessing the lower oven light transformer.
1. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
2. Disconnect one of the wires from the LINE
(primary) and one from the LOAD (secondary) terminals.
3. Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1 scale.
4. Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the LINE
terminals. The meter should indicate approximately 40 to 45 Ω.
5. Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the LOAD
terminals. The meter should indicate less
than 1 Ω.
5-7
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
MICROWAVE CONVECTION
RING ELEMENT
MICROWAVE CONVECTION
FAN MOTOR
Refer to page 4-22 for the procedure for accessing the microwave convection ring element.
1. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
2. Disconnect one of the wires from the convection ring element terminals.
3. Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1 scale.
4. Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the convection ring element terminals. The meter
should indicate approximately 12 Ω.
Refer to page 4-22 for the procedure for accessing the microwave convection fan motor.
1. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
2. Disconnect one of the wires from the convection fan motor terminals.
3. Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1 scale.
4. Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the fan
motor terminals. The meter should indicate
approximately 45 Ω.
5-8
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
MEASURE OVEN INPUT CURRENT
TURNTABLE MOTOR
Connect an ammeter (Valhalla Scientific 2101
or equivalent recommended) to measure the
input current of microwave oven when the power
level is set to Level 10 at the touch panel.
If more than 0.5A:
The 900W inverter is probably OK. Check the
magnetron. See Magnetron test on page 5-4.
If less than 0.5A:
There is no input to the 900W inverter.
Check the following:
1. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
2. No AC voltage supply. Check relay control
board and wiring.
3. No control signal. Check relay control board
and wiring.
Refer to page 4-24 for the procedure for accessing the turntable motor.
1. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
2. Disconnect one of the wires from the turntable motor terminals.
3. Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1K scale.
4. Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the turntable motor terminals. The meter should
indicate approximately 2450 Ω.
15A
Amps
5-9
LOWER OVEN COMPONENTS
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
DOOR LATCH ASSEMBLY
Refer to page 4-28 for the procedure for accessing the door latch assembly.
NOTE: The door latch assembly components
will be tested at the appliance manager board
(see page 4-18).
1. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
2. Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1K scale.
3. Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the wire
connectors. The meter should indicate as
shown below:
Latch Switch: P1-4 (TN) and P1-5 (BR).
The meter should indicate an open circuit
(infinite) with door unlocked, and a closed
circuit (0 Ω) with the door locked.
Door Switch: P1-7 (OR) and P1-5 (BR).
The meter should indicate an open circuit
(infinite) with door unlocked, and a closed
circuit (0 Ω) with the door locked.
Latch Motor: P8-5 (YL) and the neutral (WH)
stud on the AC terminal block. The meter
should indicate approximately 2450 Ω.
5-10
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P1
P8
Lower Oven
Appliance Manager
654321
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
BROIL ELEMENT
OVEN TEMPERATURE SENSOR
Refer to page 4-30 for the procedure for accessing the broil element.
NOTE: The broil element will be tested at the
appliance manager board (see page 4-18).
1. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
2. Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1 scale.
3. Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the wire
connectors. The meter should indicate as
shown below:
Inner Element: T3-4 (OR) and T1-1 (RD).
The meter should indicate between 31 and
36 Ω.
Outer Element: T3-1 (BU) and T2-2 (R/W).
The meter should indicate between 53 and
59 Ω.
Refer to page 4-30 for the procedure for accessing the oven temperature sensor.
NOTE: The oven temperature sensor will be
tested at the appliance manager board (see
page 4-18).
Unplug oven or disconnect power.
Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1K scale.
Touch the ohmmeter test leads to P2-1 (V)
and P2-2 (V). The meter should indicate
approximately 1091 Ω @ 75°F (23.9°C).
P2
1 2
T1
T3
Lower Oven
Appliance Manager
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Appliance Manager
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123456
1.
2.
3.
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
CONVECTION RING ELEMENT
CONVECTION FAN MOTOR
Refer to page 4-32 for the procedure for accessing the convection ring element.
NOTE: The convection ring element will be
tested at the appliance manager board (see
page 4-18).
1. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
2. Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1 scale.
3. Touch the ohmmeter test leads to wire connectors T3-2 (YL) and T2-2 (R/W). The meter
should indicate between 33 and 37 Ω.
Refer to page 4-32 for the procedure for accessing the convection fan motor.
NOTE: The convection fan motor will be tested
at the appliance manager board (see page
4-18).
1.
2.
3.
Unplug oven or disconnect power.
Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1 scale.
Touch the ohmmeter test leads to wire
connector P8-3 (OR) and the neutral (WH)
stud on the AC terminal block. The meter
should indicate approximately 18 Ω.
2
T2
T3
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Appliance Manager
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5-12
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
BLOWER MOTOR
Refer to page 4-34 for the procedure for accessing the meat probe jack.
NOTE: The meat probe jack will be tested at the
appliance manager board (see page 4-18).
1. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
2. Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1 scale.
3. Touch the ohmmeter test leads to wire
connectors P2-6 (WH) and P2-5 (OR). The
meter should indicate approximately 78 Ω
@ 60°F (15.6°C).
Refer to page 4-36 for the procedure for accessing the blower motor.
NOTE: The blower motor will be tested at the
appliance manager board (see page 4-18).
1. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
2. Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1 scale.
3. Touch the ohmmeter test leads to wire
connector P9-2 (GY) and the neutral (WH)
wire at the AC terminal block. The meter
should indicate between 181 and 240 Ω.
P2
123456
MEAT PROBE JACK
Lower Oven
Appliance Manager
Lower Oven
Appliance Manager
P9
12345
5-13
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
BLOWER SPEED RESISTOR
Refer to page 4-36 for the procedure for accessing the blower speed resistor.
NOTE: The blower speed resistor will be tested
at the appliance manager board (see page
4-18).
1.
2.
3.
Unplug oven or disconnect power.
Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1 scale.
Touch the ohmmeter test leads to wire connectors P9-2 (GY) and P8-4 (GY). The meter
should indicate approximately 170 Ω.
OVEN SHUTDOWN THERMAL
CUTOFF (TCO)
Refer to page 4-36 for the procedure for accessing the oven shutdown thermal cutoff.
NOTE: The oven shutdown thermal cutoff will
be tested at the appliance manager board (see
page 4-18).
1. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
2. Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1 scale.
3. Touch the ohmmeter test leads to wire connectors T1-2 (R/W) and P7-3 (RD). The meter
should indicate a closed circuit (0 Ω).
1 2
T1
P7
P9
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Appliance Manager
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5-14
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
HIDDEN BAKE ELEMENT
1.
2.
3.
Unplug oven or disconnect power.
Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1 scale.
Touch the ohmmeter test leads to wire connectors T3-3 (RD) and T1-1 (RD). The meter
should indicate between 26 and 30 Ω.
T1
1 2
Refer to page 4-38 for the procedure for accessing the hidden bake element.
NOTE: The hidden bake element will be tested
at the appliance manager board (see page
4-18).
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— NOTES —
5-16
DIAGNOSTICS & TROUBLESHOOTING
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
DIAGNOSTICS
IMPORTANT
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)
Sensitive Electronics
ESD problems are present everywhere.
ESD may damage or weaken the electronic control assembly. The new control
assembly may appear to work well after
repair is finished, but failure may occur at
a later date due to ESD stress.
• Use an anti-static wrist strap. Connect
wrist strap to green ground connection
point or unpainted metal in the appliance.
• Is oven in “Sabbath Mode”? If so “SAB” will
appear in the digital display. Press OPTIONS
and “7” to end Sabbath mode. This will return
to BAKE mode for an untimed bake.
Disconnect power and perform the following
checks:
• A potential cause of a control not functioning is corrosion on connections. Observe
connections and check for continuity with
an ohmmeter.
• All tests/checks should be made with a VOM
or DVM having a sensitivity of 20,000 ohms
per volt DC or greater.
-OR-
• Check all connections before replacing components, looking for broken or loose wires,
failed terminals, or wires not pressed into
connectors far enough. Damaged harness
must be entirely replaced. Do not re-work a
harness.
Touch your finger repeatedly to a green
ground connection point or unpainted
metal in the appliance.
• Before removing the part from its package, touch the anti-static bag to a green
ground connection point or unpainted
metal in the appliance.
• Voltage checks must be made with all connectors attached to the boards.
• Avoid touching electronic parts or terminal contacts; handle electronic control
assembly by edges only.
• Resistance checks must be made with power
cord unplugged from outlet, and with wiring
harness or connectors disconnected.
• When repackaging failed electronic control assembly in anti-static bag, observe
above instructions.
6-1
Screen 1:
A. Main clock hours display shows latch state
in first display position, and door state in
second position.
B. Main clock minutes display show the model
select state associated with control system.
C. Main temperature display shows the cavity
temperature.
D. Lower text line shows software versions for
appliance manager (AM), user interface (UI)
and EEPROM version.
Press key #6 to scroll to next screen.
Screen 2:
Screen displays programmed cavity size.
Press key #6 to scroll to next screen.
Screen 3:
Displays the last error code in memory. If
GOOD is displayed there is not an error coded
in memory.
To Clear Last Error Code
A. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
B. Wait 10 seconds, reconnect or plug in oven.
C. Enter Diagnostics mode by pressing OFF,
OFF, START.
D. Press key #6 to show cavity size select
screen.
E. Press key #6 to show error code.
F. To edit press CLOCK key
G. Press START key to clear last error. Control
should display GOOD.
PRECAUTIONS TO BE
OBSERVED BEFORE AND
DURING SERVICING TO AVOID
POSSIBLE EXPOSURE TO
EXCESSIVE MICROWAVE ENERGY
a. Do not operate or allow the oven to be
operated with the door open.
b. Make the following safety checks on all
ovens to be serviced before activating the
magnetron or other microwave source,
and make repairs as necessary:
1. Interlock Operation
2. Proper Door Closing
3. Seal and Sealing Surfaces (Arcing,
Wear and Other Damage)
4. Damage to or Loosening of Hinges
and Latches
5. Evidence of Dropping or Abuse
c. Before turning on microwave power for
any service test or inspection within the
microwave generating compartments,
check the magnetron, waveguide or
transmission line and cavity for proper
alignment, integrity and connections.
d. Any defective or misadjusted components
in the interlock, monitor, door seal, and
microwave generation, and transmission
systems shall be repaired, replaced, or
adjusted by procedures described in service manual before the oven is released
to the owner.
e. A microwave leakage check to verify
compliance with the Federal performance
standard should be performed on each
oven prior to release to the owner.
f. Do not attempt to operate the oven if the
door glass is broken.
Troubleshooting Key strokes
• Press the Bake key activates Bake relay.
• Press Broil key once to activate Outer Broil,
press again for Inner Broil.
• Press Convect Bake key activates Convect
Ring and Fan.
FAILURE / ERROR DISPLAY CODES
• Press Self Clean key activates Latch Motor.
Before proceeding with any corrective action,
perform the following steps to enter the Diagnostic mode.
1. Press the OFF key.
2. Press the OFF key.
3. Press the START key. If control does not
enter Diagnostics, repeat steps.
• Press Cook time key once to activate low
speed, press again for high speed.
6-2
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
FAILURE ERROR
(Leftmost (Rightmost
MESSAGE/DESCRIPTION
2 Clock
2 Clock
SUGGESTED CORRECTIVE ACTION PROCEDURE
Digits)
Digits)
FAILURE ERROR
(Leftmost (Rightmost
MESSAGE/DESCRIPTION
2 Clock
2 Clock
SUGGESTED CORRECTIVE ACTION PROCEDURE
Digits)
Digits)
No failure (GOOD)
F0
E0
Default
CHECK OVEN USER INTERFACE
F1
E0
Component
PROCEDURE: Before proceeding, press OFF, OFF, START to enter the
Diagnostic mode.
A. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
B. Replace oven user interface board.
C. Replace all parts and panels before operating.
D. Plug in oven or reconnect power.
E. Verify operation is normal. Go to step 1 and complete checks.
CHECK OVEN APPLIANCE MANAGER
F1
E1
Component
PROCEDURE: Before proceeding, press OFF, OFF, START to enter the
Diagnostic mode.
A. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
B. Check oven door switch. If OK, go to step C.
C. Replace oven appliance manager.
D. Replace all parts and panels before operating.
E. Plug in oven or reconnect power.
F. Verify operation is normal. Press OFF, OFF, START to reenter the Diagnostic
Mode and complete checks.
CHECK MICROWAVE USER INTERFACE
F1
E2
Component
PROCEDURE: Before proceeding, press OFF, OFF, START to enter the
Diagnostic mode.
A. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
B. Replace microwave user interface.
C. Replace all parts and panels before operating.
D. Plug in oven or reconnect power.
E. Verify operation is normal. Press OFF, OFF, START to reenter the Diagnostic
Mode and complete checks.
CHECK MICROWAVE APPLIANCE MANAGER
F1
E3
Component
PROCEDURE: Before proceeding, press OFF, OFF, START to enter the
Diagnostic mode.
A. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
B. Replace microwave appliance manager.
C. Replace all parts and panels before operating.
D. Plug in oven or reconnect power.
E. Verify operation is normal. Press OFF, OFF, START to reenter the Diagnostic
Mode and complete checks.
CHECK MICROWAVE POWER RELAY
F1
E4
Component
PROCEDURE: Before proceeding, press OFF, OFF, START to enter the
Diagnostic mode.
A. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
B. Replace microwave power relay.
C. Replace all parts and panels before operating.
D. Plug in oven or reconnect power.
E. Verify operation is normal. Press OFF, OFF, START to reenter the Diagnostic
Mode and complete checks.
CHECK MICROWAVE INVERTER
F1
E5
Component
PROCEDURE: Before proceeding, press OFF, OFF, START to enter the
Diagnostic mode.
A. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
B. Replace microwave inverter.
C. Replace all parts and panels before operating.
D. Plug in oven or reconnect power.
E. Verify operation is normal. Press OFF, OFF, START to reenter the Diagnostic
Mode and complete checks.
CHECK MICROWAVE WAVE GUIDE
F1
E6
Component
PROCEDURE: Before proceeding, press OFF, OFF, START to enter the
Diagnostic mode.
A . U nplug oven or disconnect power.
B. Replace microwave wave guide.
C. Replace all parts and panels before operating.
D. Plug in oven or reconnect power.
E. Verify operation is normal. Press OFF, OFF, START to reenter the Diagnostic
Mode and complete checks.
KEYPAD DISCONNECTED
E0
F2
E1
STUCK OR SHORTED KEY
Keypad
PROCEDURE: Before proceeding, press OFF, OFF, START to enter the
Diagnostic mode.
A. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
B. Check keypad connector for firm connection.
C. Replace all parts and panels before operating.
D. Plug in oven or reconnect power.
E. If error code returns after 60 seconds proceed to step F.
F. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
G. Replace keypad.
6-3
FAILURE ERROR
(Leftmost (Rightmost
MESSAGE/DESCRIPTION
2 Clock
2 Clock
Digits)
Digits) SUGGESTED CORRECTIVE ACTION PROCEDURE
PROCEDURE: There are three sensors for the microwave. They are the Cavity
Sensor, Ambient Sensor (integrated on the MW appliance manager), and Humidity
Sensor. Before proceeding, press OFF, OFF, START to enter the Diagnostic mode.
A. Press the number "6" key to transition to the Sensors screen.
B. Verify in diagnostics the temperature readings on sensor.
C. The sensors for the combo microwave oven will scroll through the list of sensors.
D. If a sensor reading on the display shows (---) dashes, the sensor is not
connected or otherwise inoperable. If sensor that shows dashes is the
ambient sensor, proceed to step O.
E. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
F. Remove top panel to gain access to the microwave control system.
G. Ensure the cavity temperature sensor (P6) and the humidity sensor (P4) are
plugged in properly to the appliance manager. If not, plug in the connector
and proceed to step R. If connectors are plugged in proceed to step H.
H. Visually inspect the wires between P4 and cavity sensor from the appliance
manager to the back of the unit to ensure they are not pinched or cut. If
wires appear to be intact, unplug connector and proceed to step I.
I. Measure the indicated sensors resistance value from the P4 connector. For
this sensor, the resistance value should read 231 kΩ at 25°C.
J. Visually inspect the wires between P6 and humidity sensor from the appliance
manager to the front of the unit to ensure they are not pinched or cut. If wires
appear to be intact, unplug connector and proceed to step K.
K. Measure the indicated sensors resistance value from the P6 connector. For this
sensor, the resistance value should read 2.8 kΩ at 25°C (between pins 3 and 1
or between pins 3 and 2).
L. If indicated temperature sensor does not meet these requirements proceed to step M.
M. Replace cavity sensor. Ensure the cavity sensor is properly inserted and
plugged into P6. Continue to step P.
N. Replace humidity sensor. Ensure the humidity sensor is properly inserted and
plugged into P4. Continue to step P.
O. Replace microwave appliance manager. Ensure all connectors are properly
placed and firmly connected.
P. Replace all parts and panels before operating.
Q. Plug in oven or reconnect power. Wait for 60 seconds.
R. Enter into the Diagnostic Mode and press key "6" to scroll to the sensor display.
Read the sensor reading for the three sensors, ensuring the cavity, humidity
and internal sensors are reading correctly.
NONE IDENTIFIED FOR MICROWAVE METHOD FOR
F5
DETERMINING FAILURE
FAILURE ERROR
(Leftmost (Rightmost
MESSAGE/DESCRIPTION
2 Clock
2 Clock
SUGGESTED
CORRECTIVE ACTION PROCEDURE
Digits)
Digits)
H. Replace all parts and panels before operating.
I. P lug in oven or reconnect power. Wait 60 seconds.
J. If error code returns after 60 seconds, proceed to step K.
K. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
L. Replace cable connecting user interface and keypad.
M. Replace all parts and panels before operating.
N. Plug in oven or reconnect power. Wait 60 seconds.
O. If error code returns after 60 seconds, proceed to step P.
P. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
Q. Replace oven user interface.
R. Replace all parts and panels before operating.
S. Plug in oven or reconnect power. Wait 60 seconds.
T. Verify operation is normal. Press OFF, OFF, START to reenter the Diagnostic
Mode and complete checks.
LOWER MAIN OVEN SENSOR SHORTED OR OPEN
E1
F3
Sensors
E3
MEAT PROBE SHORTED
PROCEDURE: Before proceeding, press OFF, OFF, START to enter the
Diagnostic mode.
A. Verify cavity temperature on Screen 1.
B. If dashes appear in main temperature display go to step C.
C. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
D. Remove back panels and ensure the indicated temperature sensor is plugged
in properly and fully inserted. If not, plug in the connector and proceed to step I.
If sensor is plugged in properly go to step E.
E. Check connector P2 on the appliance manager. Ensure P2 connector is
plugged in properly and fully inserted. If connector is inserted properly go to
step I. If not go to step F.
F. Visually inspect the wires between P2 on the appliance manager and the
indicated temperature sensor. Make sure the wires are not pinched or cut. If
wires appear intact, unplug P2 connector on the appliance manager.
Go to step G.
G. Measure the indicated sensor resistance value (measure between appropriate
P2 connector pins). For the following sensors, the resistance value should read:
LowerOvenSensor: Between 931 and 2869 Ω (Approx.1080 Ω at room temp.)
Meat Probe Sensor: Between 1,300 and 103,000 Ω (Approx. 59,000 Ω at room temp.)
(Insert meat probe into meat probe jack located
inside the oven cavity prior to reading resistance.)
If indicated temperature sensor does not meet these requirements go to step H.
If indicated temperature sensor does meet these requirements go to step J.
H. For LOWER sensor:
Replace appropriate temperature sensor. Repeat step G.
If the requirements are not met, replace sensor harness. Repeat step G.
For MEAT PROBE sensor:
Replace meat probe sensor. Repeat step G.
If the requirements are not met, replace sensor harness. Repeat step G.
If the requirements are still not met, replace the meat probe jack.
If the meat probe sensor is still not operating correctly go to step I.
I. Replace the appliance manager. Ensure all connectors are properly placed and
firmly connected.
J. Replace all parts and panels before operating.
K. Plug in oven or reconnect power. Wait 60 seconds.
L. Enter into Diagnostic mode and read sensor for main oven sensor, warm drawer
and meat probe on immediate display.
WARMING DRAWER SENSOR SHORTED OR OPEN
F3
E2
Sensors
PROCEDURE: Oven is not equipped with this feature. If error occurs press OFF,
OFF, START enter into Diagnostics Mode, then replace user interface with correct
control associated with this product.
CAVITY TEMPERATURE SENSOR ERROR
E1
F4
INTERNAL TEMPERATURE SENSOR
E2
Microwave
Sensors
E4
HUMIDITY SENSOR
PROCEDURE: Before proceeding, press OFF, OFF, START to enter Diagnostic
Mode. Using the main screen upon entering diagnostics open and close door on
microwave. In the hours field, the second digit should show "0" when door is open
and "1" when door is closed. If display shows a "0" when door is closed and does not
transition to a "1", verify position of door switches and replace as necessary.
DOOR AND LATCH SWITCH DO NOT AGREE
E0
F5
E1
DOOR LATCH NOT OPERATING.
PROCEDURE: Before proceeding, press OFF, OFF, START to enter the Diagnostic mode.
TO VERIFY DOOR SWITCH:
A. While in diagnostics, open the oven door. The second digit on the clock display
should toggle between “1” and “0” as the door opens and closes. When door is
closed display should show “1”, when the door is open display should show “0”.
If the second digit on the clock display did not toggle, go to step B.
If the digit did not toggle after replacing the door switch, go to step D.
If the digit did not toggle after replacing the door switch harness, go to step F.
B. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
C. Replace door switch. (If door switch is integral to the door/latch motor
assembly, replace the entire door/latch motor assembly). Go to step H.
D. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
E. C heck the integrity of the harness wires and connections between the
appliance manager and the door/latch assembly. Ensure there are no shorted
or pinched wires.
If the wiring harness is pinched or damaged, replace the door switch harness.
Go to step H.
If wiring harness is good, go to step H.
F. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
G. Replace appliance manager. Go to step H.
H. Replace all parts and panels before operating.
I. P lug in oven or reconnect power.
J. Press OFF, OFF, START to reenter Diagnostic mode. Repeat step A.
6-4
FAILURE ERROR
(Leftmost (Rightmost
MESSAGE/DESCRIPTION
2 Clock
2 Clock
Digits)
Digits) SUGGESTED CORRECTIVE ACTION PROCEDURE
UPPER OVEN UI IS NOT DISPLAYING THE AM SOFTWARE AND EEPROM
VERSIONS
A. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
B. Open the back panels and make sure the P2 and U3 connectors are fully
inserted on the microwave user interface and the wide interface board. Make
sure the P1 connector on the wide interface board and the P10 connector on
the microwave oven appliance manager are inserted.
- If the P2 (mwo UI) and U3 (wide interface board) are plugged in, go to step C.
- If the P2 (mwo UI) to U3 (wide interface board) connectors are not connected,
plug in the connectors and proceed to step F.
If the P1 (wide interface board) to P10 (microwave appliance manager)
connectors are not connected, plug in the connectors and go to step F.
If the P1 (wide interface board) to P10 (microwave appliance manager) are
plugged in, go to step D.
C. Visually inspect all wires between P2 on the microwave user interface and U3
on the wide interface board. Make sure the wires are not cut or pinched.
If the wires appear to be intact, perform a continuity check between P2-1 and
U3-1 of the microwave user interface (mwo UI) and the wide interface board.
Complete for P2-2 (mwo UI) to U3-2 (wide interface board), P2-4 (mwo UI) to
U3-4 (wide interface board), and P2-5 (mwo UI) to U3-5 (wide interface board).
All the measurements should be less than 5 Ω .
- If any of these measurements exceeds 5 Ω, replace the wiring harness
(signal). Ensure all connectors are properly inserted and go to step H.
- If the measurements are less than 5 Ω, reconnect P2 and go to step D.
D. Visually inspect all wires between P1 on the wide interface board and P10 on
the microwave appliance manager. Make sure the wires are not cut or pinched.
If the wires appear to be intact, perform a continuity check between P1-1 on the
wide interface board to P10-1 on the microwave appliance manager, continuing
for P1-2 (wide interface board) to P10-2 (microwave appliance manager), P1-3
to P10-3, P1-4 to P10-4, P1-5 to P10-5 and finally P1-6 to P10-6. All the
measurements should be less than 5 Ω.
If any of these measurements exceeds 5 Ω, go to step F.
If the measurements are less than 5 Ω, reconnect P1 and go to step E.
E. Replace the wide interface board. Ensure all connectors are properly inserted.
Go to step H. If the wide interface board has already been replaced and the
error has not been corrected, proceed to step G.
F. Replace wiring harness (between P1 and P10) and proceed to step H.
G. Replace the microwave appliance manager. Ensure all connectors are properly
inserted. Go to step H.
H. Replace all parts and panels before operating.
I. Plug in oven or reconnect power.
J. Observe for longer than one minute to determine if error has been repaired.
K. If error does not appear, initiate a microwave cycle. Let the cycle run for at
least 1 minute.
- If no error occurs, cancel the cycle, the problem has been repaired.
- If e rror occurs, restart the troubleshooting procedure at step A.
At step E, replace the microwave user interface board in the wide
interface board and/or microwave appliance manager have already been
replaced.)
- If both are replaced the problem has been repaired.
FAILURE ERROR
(Leftmost (Rightmost
MESSAGE/DESCRIPTION
2 Clock
2 Clock
Digits)
Digits) SUGGESTED CORRECTIVE ACTION PROCEDURE
TO VERIFY DOOR LATCH SWITCH/MOTOR ASSEMBLY:
A. While in diagnostics, press the CLEAN key within the first 120 seconds of power
up to cycle the latch motor to the locked position. “1” should display in the first
clock digit from the left when locked. Press the CLEAN key to cycle the latch
motor to the unlocked position. The first clock digit should toggle to “0” when the
door is unlocked.
If the digit did not toggle, go to step B.
If motor runs continuously, wait until motor reaches the unlocked position, open
the door and press the OFF key. Go to step B.
If motor did not run go to step H.
If the digit did not toggle after replacing the door latch motor assembly, go to step D.
If the digit did not toggle after replacing the door switch harness, go to step F.
If the digit did toggle, door latch switch is operating correctly.
B. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
C. Replace door latch motor assembly. Go to step K.
D. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
E. Check the integrity of the harness wires and connections between the
appliance manager and the door/latch assembly. Ensure there are no shorted
or pinched wires.
If the wiring harness is pinched or damaged, replace the door switch harness.
Go to step H.
If wiring harness is good, go to step H.
F. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
G. Replace appliance manager. Go to step H.
H. Replace all parts and panels before operating.
I. P lug in oven or reconnect power.
J. Press OFF, OFF, START to reenter Diagnostic mode. Repeat step A.
F6
LOST COMMUNICATIONS
E0
System
PROCEDURE: Before proceeding, press OFF, OFF, START to enter Diagnostic
mode. Ensure AM software, UI software and EEPROM CHECKSUM versions appear
on the lower text line. If AM software and EEPROM versions do not appear, UI and
AM may not be communicating. Verify this for the lower oven UI and for the
microwave (upper oven) UI. The lower oven UI will show the AM software version for
the lower oven appliance manager, and the microwave UI will show the AM software
and EEPROM versions for the microwave appliance manager.
If the lower oven UI is not displaying the AM software version, go to UI IS NOT
DISPLAYING AM SOFTWARE VERSION.
If the upper oven UI is not displaying the AM software and EEPROM versions,
go to UPPER OVEN UI IS NOT DISPLAYING THE AM SOFTWARE AND
EEPROM VERSIONS.
If lower oven UI and microwave UI are both displaying an error, go to LOWER
OVEN UI AND MICROWAVE UI ARE BOTH DISPLAYING AN ERROR.
UI IS NOT DISPLAYING AM SOFTWARE VERSION
A. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
B. Open the back panels and make sure the P6 and P2 connectors are fully
inserted on the appliance manager and on the lower oven user interface board.
- If they are not plugged in, plug in connectors and go to step F.
- If they are plugged in, go to step C.
C. Visually inspect all wires between P6 on the appliance manager and P2 on the
lower user interface.
- M ake sure wires are not cut or pinched.
- If the wires appear to be intact, perform a continuity check between
P6-1 of the appliance manager and P2-1 of the user interface board.
Complete for P6-2(AM) to P2-2(UI), P6-4(AM) to P2-4(UI) and P6-5(AM) to
P2-5(UI). All the measurements made should be less than 5 Ω. If any of
these measurements exceeds 5 Ω, go to step E.
D. Replace the appliance manager. Ensure all connectors are properly inserted.
E. Replace the wiring harness (signal). Ensure all connectors are properly inserted.
F. Replace all parts and panels before operating.
G. Plug in oven or reconnect power.
H. Observe for longer than 1 minute to determine if error has been repaired.
I. If error does not appear, initiate a bake cycle. Let the cycle run for at least
1 minute.
- If n o e rror occurs, cancel the cycle, the problem has been repaired.
- If e rror occurs again, restart the troubleshooting procedure at step A.
At step D, replace the lower oven user interface board if appliance
manager has already been replaced.
- If both are replaced the problem has been repaired.
LOWER OVEN UI AND MICROWAVE UI ARE BOTH DISPLAYING AN ERROR
A. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
B. Open the back panels and make sure the P2 connector on the lower oven UI
and the P2 connector on the microwave UI and fully inserted.
- If they are not, plug the connectors in and go to step F.
- If they are plugged in, go to step C.
C. Visually inspect all the wires between P2 on the lower oven UI and P2 on the
microwave user interface. Make sure the wires are not cut of pinched. If the
wires appear to be intact, perform a continuity check between P2-1 of the lower
oven UI and P2-1 of the user interface board. Complete for P2-2 (lower oven UI)
to P2-2 (microwave UI), P2-4 (lower oven UI) to P2-4 (microwave UI) and P2-5
(lower oven UI) to P2-5(UI). All the measurements made should be less
than 5 Ω.
- If any of these measurements exceeds 5 Ω, go to step E.
- If any measurements are less than 5 Ω, reconnect P2 and go to step D.
D. Replace the lower oven UI. Ensure all connectors are properly inserted.
Go to step F.
E. Replace the wiring harness (signal) and proceed to step F.
F. Replace all parts and panels before operating.
G. Plug in oven or reconnect power.
H. Observe for longer than 1 minute to determine if error has been repaired.
I. If error does not appear, initiate a bake cycle. Let the cycle run for at
least 1 minute.
- If n o e rror occurs, cancel the cycle, the problem has been repaired.
- If e rror occurs again, restart the troubleshooting procedure at step A.
(Except in step D, replace microwave user interface board if lower oven UI
has already been replaced.)
6-5
FAILURE ERROR
(Leftmost (Rightmost
MESSAGE/DESCRIPTION
2 Clock
2 Clock
SUGGESTED
CORRECTIVE ACTION PROCEDURE
Digits)
Digits)
FAILURE ERROR
(Leftmost (Rightmost
MESSAGE/DESCRIPTION
2 Clock
2 Clock
SUGGESTED
CORRECTIVE ACTION PROCEDURE
Digits)
Digits)
COOK oven OVER TEMPERATURE
E1
E2
CLEAN oven OVER TEMPERATURE
PROCEDURE: Before proceeding, press OFF, OFF, START to enter the Diagnostic
mode.
A. If oven is off, turn oven on and inspect all of the elements, convect ring, bake
and broil. Visually inspect all elements to ensure they are not operating.
B. Unplug oven or disconnect power. Wait 10 seconds.
C . Enter into Diagnostics following steps 1 through 3 on from page 6-2.
D . P ress the BAKE key to cycle the bake relay on and off as long as Diagnostics
mode is within the first 120 seconds of power up.
E. If the bake relay does not cycle, proceed to step F.
F. Unplug oven or disconnect power for 30 seconds.
G. Plug in oven or reconnect power.
H. Enter into Diagnostics by pressing OFF, OFF, START. Press the BAKE key and
cycle relay on and off.
If the bake relay does not cycle on and off, go to step O.
If the element does not cycle with the relay, go to step M.
If the element does cycle on and off, go to step I.
I. P ress the BROIL key, while in Diagnostics mode, to cycle the broil relays. Press
BROIL key one time for outer broil element. Ensure outer broil relay energizes by
inspecting the outer broil element. Press BROIL key again for inner broil element.
Ensure inner broil relay energizes by inspecting the inner broil element.
If broil relay does not turn on and off, go to step O.
If the element does not cycle with the relay, go to step M.
If the element does cycle on and off, go to step J.
J. Press the CONVECT key, while in Diagnostics mode, to cycle the convect relay
on and off.
K. If the convect relay does not turn on and off, go to step O.
L. If the element does not cycle with the relay, go to step M.
M. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
N. Check integrity of all harness wires and connections between the appliance
manager and the electrical elements. Ensure all wiring and connections between
the appliance manager and elements, and the appliance manager and user
interface are intact and properly seated and that no wires are shorted or
damaged.
O. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
P. Replace the appliance manager. Go to step S.
Q. Replace user interface board. Go to step S.
R. Replace the harness.
S. Replace all parts and panels before operating.
T. Plug in oven or reconnect power.
U. Verify operation is normal. Press OFF, OFF, START to reenter Diagnostic mode
and complete checks.
MINI OVEN/WARM DRAWER OVER
E3
F6
TEMPERATURE
PROCEDURE: Oven is not equipped with this feature. If error occurs, before
proceeding press OFF, OFF, START enter into Diagnostics mode, then replace user
interface with correct control associated with this product.
USER INTERFACE/
APPLIANCE MANAGER MISMATCH
PROCEDURE: Before proceeding, press OFF, OFF, START to enter the Diagnostic
mode.
A. Unplug oven or disconnect power. Wait for 10 seconds.
B. Plug in oven or reconnect power.
C. Enter into Diagnostics mode by pressing OFF, OFF, START.
D. Press BAKE. Ensure bake relay energizes by inspecting bake element.
E. Press BROIL one time for outer broil element. Ensure outer broil relay energizes
by inspecting the outer broil element.
F. Press BROIL again for inner broil element. Ensure inner broil relay energizes by
inspecting the inner broil element.
G. Press SELF CLEAN to drive door latch to lock door. Press again to reset the door
latch to normal state.
H . P ress COOK to activate the low speed cooling fan. Press again for high speed.
I. If all functions are working, the AM and UI are properly working.
J. Exit Diagnostics by pressing OFF.
K . Press BAKE and ensure that bake relay energizes and the control enters the
bake preheat. Wait up to 60 seconds to ensure error has been resolved. If error
returns, proceed to step L.
L. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
M. Remove covers for access to oven controls.
N. Replace the appliance manager. Ensure all connections are properly seated. Go
to step O.
O. Replace all parts and panels before operating.
P. Plug in oven or reconnect power.
Q. Press BAKE and ensure the bake relay energizes and the control enters into
bake/preheat. Wait up to 60 seconds to ensure error has been resolved.
If error returns, go to step R.
R. Replace the user interface. Ensure all connections are properly seated. Go to
step S.
S. Replace all parts and panels before operating.
T. Plug in oven or reconnect power.
U. Press BAKE and ensure the bake relay energizes and the control enters into
bake/preheat. Wait up to 60 seconds to ensure error has been resolved.
F6
F6
E4
NO CAVITY SIZE COMMAND
E5
F6
PROCEDURE: Before proceeding, press OFF, OFF, START to enter Diagnostics
mode. Control should immediately power up in cavity size select mode. Using key #6
(down) and key #3 (up) scroll through to locate the corresponding cavity size. Once
located, press the start key to accept the proper cavity size for the unit being
programmed. Control should reinitialize to cavity size selected. If error returns at least
60 seconds after cavity size has been set, go to step A.
A. Unplug oven or disconnect power. Wait 10 seconds.
B. Plug in oven or reconnect power.
C. Enter into Diagnostics mode by pressing OFF, OFF, START. Press #6
(down) once main diagnostics screen appears. Screen should identify cavity
size for unit being programmed. If this is incorrectly shown, press CLOCK to
edit current programmed size. Press #6 (down) to locate the proper cavity size.
Once located, press START to accept the new cavity size. Control will reset
and initialize the new cavity size programmed. Wait for 60 seconds to ensure
error has been corrected.
If error is corrected, replace all parts and panels before operating.
If error returns, proceed to step D.
D. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
E. Replace user interface oven control ensuring all connections are properly seated
and go to step F.
F. Replace all parts and panels before operating.
G. Plug in oven or reconnect power.
H. Control may power up in cavity size select mode. Set cavity size as outlined in
step C by locating proper cavity size and pressing START once located.
I. Wait for at least 60 seconds to ensure error has been corrected.
6-6
FAHRENHEIT (° F) TO
CELSIUS (° C) CONVERSION
KEYPADS
Model select state
The temperature is preset in Fahrenheit, however it can be changed to Celsius.
To Change: Press OPTIONS and then “1” to
toggle temperature between Fahrenheit and
Celsius settings.
When in Fahrenheit, “°F” follows the oven
temperature.
When in Celsius, “°C” follows the oven temperature.
Door switch state
Latch switch state
Main Cavity
Meat probe
Temperature Secondary
temperature
cavity temperature
Upper
scrolling
text line
ADJUST OVEN TEMPERATURE
CALIBRATION
1. Press OPTIONS and then “6” to set the
calibration.
2. On double oven only, press UPPER OVEN
or LOWER OVEN to select oven.
Each oven calibration can be independently
set.
3. Press “3” to increase and “6” to decrease
the temperature.
4. Press START to end calibration.
Sensor
temperature
display
Warm drawer
temperature
(if applicable)
Door switch state
Model
select state
Lower scrolling text line
Model Select State
PROGRAMMING THE CAVITY SIZE
A. Unplug oven or disconnect power.
B. Wait 10 (ten) seconds, plug in oven or reconnect power.
C. Enter Diagnostics mode by pressing OFF,
OFF, START.
D. Press key #6 to show cavity size select
screen.
E. To edit press CLOCK key.
F. Scroll through cavity sizes by pressing key
#6 until size required is displayed.
G. Once correct size is displayed, press the
START key to accept modification.
6-7
Description
02
27" Combo Microwave Upper/
Thermal Convection Lower
01
30" Combo Oven Microwave
Upper/Thermal Convection Lower
MODES
OFF
BAKE PRE-B
BAKE PRE-A
BAKE SS
CBAKE PRE-B
CBAKE PRE-A
CBAKE SS
FBROIL PRE-B
FBROIL PRE-A
FBROIL SS
INBROIL PRE-B
INBROIL PRE-A
INBROIL SS
CBROIL PRE-B
CBROIL PRE-A
CBROIL SS
CROAST PRE-B
CROAST PRE-A
CROAST SS
BPROOF PRE-B
BPROOF PRE-A
BPROOF SS
DEHYDRATE PRE-B
DEHYDRATE PRE-A
DEHYDRATE SS
CLEAN
• The magnetron output will be lower with lower
line voltages.
1. Fill a glass beaker with 10 oz. (300mL) of
tap water. Stir the water with a thermometer
(digital recommended) and record the temperature. This starting temperature of the
water should be between 50°F and 75°F
(10°C and 24°C).
2. Place the beaker and water in the center
of the microwave oven. Operate on HIGH
power level for 30 seconds.
3. When the microwave oven is finished, stir the
thermometer through the water and record
the temperature.
4. Subtract the cold water temperature from
the warm water temperature to get the temperature rise. Normal range is as shown in
the following table.
Voltage
(VAC under load)
Temperature Rise
120V
20-27°F (11-15°C)
108V
18-27°F (10-15°C)
RELAY LOGIC - MICROWAVE OVEN
RELAY LOGIC KEY
M AG
NETR
ON
GRIL
L
CON
V. RI
NG
CON
V. FA
N
COO
LING
FAN
TURN
TABL
E
L AM
P
SUPERBA
BAKE
The power output of the magnetron can be measured by the following tap water temperature rise
test.
NOTES:
• Be sure oven cavity is clean and cool (not
used recently).
IN BR
OIL
OUT
BRO
IL
CON
V EL
EM
CON
V FA
N
DLB
REL A
Y
OVEN
LT
BLOW
ER
RELAY LOGIC - LOWER OVEN
REL
AYS
MW OVEN POWER OUTPUT TEST
MICROWAVES FULL PWR
MICROWAVES VAR. PWR
CUSTOM REHEAT
CUSTOM DEFROST
SOFTEN/MELT
POPCORN
STEAM
CRISP
EASY CONVECT
COOL DOWN
OFF (DOOR CLOSED)
DOOR OPEN (COOL DOWN)
DOOR OPEN
L
H
6-8
OFF
ON
CYCLING (MAX
PERIOD: 60 SEC.)
ON OR OFF
ON (LOW SPEED)
ON (HIGH SPEED)
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
H
WIRING DIAGRAM & STRIP CIRCUITS
WIRING DIAGRAM
SYMBOLS
GROUND (CHASSIS)
RELAY COIL
PLUG WITH FEMALE
CONNECTOR
RELAY
CONTACTS
RECEPTACLE WITH
MALE CONNECTOR
NOTES:
When replacing the electronic control, be sure to program the
cavity size. See “Programming the Cavity Size” on page 6-7.
Dots indicate connections or splices.
Circuit shown in STANDBY/OFF mode with oven door closed.
•
•
•
BK
BK
W R
LINE 20A
FUSE
BK
AC DRIVE
MOTOR
BR 2
W
BK
MAIN FILTER L1
1030
P33
P32
W P31
P1-1
P2-6
R
R
W
P34
1
3
2
4
R
BR
1
4
R
4
MONITOR
INTERLOCK SWITCH
Y
P3-2
P2-5
4904
1
R
Y/G
18
4903
W
1620
CONV
THERMISTOR
2
MICROWAVE APPLIANCE
MANAGER
2
P8-3
P8-2
P8-1
P4
P1-3
P1-2
BU
W
1080
GRILL
THERMOSTAT
CONV. FAN
MAGNETRON FAN
TURNTABLE
BU 1
GRILL 1600W 1170
CN701 MW
INVERTER
CN702
CN703
E70
BU
R
F
W
P10
P3-1
CONVECTION
THERMOSTAT
CONV. 1200W
1
P6
HUMIDITY
SENSOR
BK
W
2
4905
1
W
W R
BK
BK
BK
BK
BK
BK
BR
BR
P2-8
P2-7
P2-4
P2-3
P2-2
P2-1
N L2
GND
Y/G
W
BR
MAIN FILTER L2
1035
BK
THERMOSTAT
CONV.
THERMOACTUATOR
BU
Y
MW LIGHT
TRANSFORMER
BR
W
BR
THERMOACTUATOR
OPERATED
BY DOOR
PRIMARY INTERLOCK
SWITCH 1060
2
1
BK
R
RESISTOR
ENCLOSED
THERMISTOR
BR
BU
HALOGEN LIGHT
THERMAL CUTOFF
(MANUALLY
RESETTABLE)
HEATING
ELEMENT
LIGHT
MONITOR FUSE
20A
L1 N L2
THERMAL CUTOFF
(NON-RESETTABLE)
R
Y/G
FA
BU
MAGENTRON 1020
THERMOSTAT
W MAGNETRON
Y
2
BK
W
P1
1130
CAVITY
THERMOSTAT
4
WIDE INTERFACE BOARD
SECONDARY
U3
INTERLOCK SWITCH
MICROWAVE
LOWER
OVEN
KEYPAD
P4
MW UI BOARD
LOWER OVEN UI BOARD
P3
P1
P2
R
W
R
CONTROL POWER TRANSFORMER
BK
BK
W
W
V
OR
W
W
P7-3
P6
LOWER OVEN
P7-1
P2-1 APPLIANCE
P2-2 MANAGER T3-2
P2-5
T3-3
P2-6
T3-4
T4-4
BR
P1-5
BR BR
OR OR
P1-7
DOOR SWITCH
(ON LATCH ASSY)
BU
BU
T T P1-4
LATCH SWITCH
(OPERATED BY MOTOR)
BK P8-1
BK
W
BK
V
T4-3
BK
BK
W
W
Y
LOWER DOOR
LOCK LATCH
Y
EOL TESTER R/W
G
CONNECTION
P8-5
P5-1
P5-3
BK P9-5
7-1
R
W
Y
CONV. 1600W
Y
R
R BAKE 2000W
ORIN BROIL 1800W OR
T3-1 BU OUT BROIL 1450W
BU
T1-1 R
R
T1-2 R/W
T1-2 R
R
T2-2 R/W
P8-3 OR
LOWER LIGHT
TRANSFORMER
BK/
P8-6 W
BK
BK
W
P8-4 GY
W
GY
P9-2 GY
GY
BLOWER SPEED
RESISTOR
CONV. FAN
W
W
BK
W
W
HALOGEN LIGHT 5W BULB
OPERATES IN ALL MODES
W EXCEPT SELF-CLEAN W
BLOWER
OVEN
SHUTDOWN
THERMAL
CUTOFF
(NONRESETTABLE)
105°C (221°F)
STRIP CIRCUITS
The following individual circuits are for use in diagnosis, and are shown in the ON position. Do
not continue with the diagnosis of the appliance if a fuse is blown, a circuit breaker is tripped, or
if there is less than a 240 volt power supply at the wall outlet.
BAKE PREHEAT B - BAKE PREHEAT A - BAKE SS
N L2
L1
BK
BK
T4-3
BK
T4-4
BK
P8-1
BAKE 200W
W
T3-3
R
T3-1
BU OUT BROIL 1450W
T3-4
T2-1
T2-2
T1-1
T1-2
OR IN BROIL 1800W
R
R/W
R
R/W
P8-4
GY
R
OVEN
SHUTDOWN
THERMAL
CUTOFF
(NON-RESETTABLE)
(105°C) (221°F)
BU
OR
BLOWER
GY
W
M
BLOWER
SPEED RESISTOR
INNER BROIL PREHEAT B - INNER BROIL PREHEAT A - INNER BROIL SS
L1
BK
T4-3
BK
BK
T3-4
OR
T1-1
T1-2
R
R/W
P8-4
GY
P8-1
IN BROIL
1800W
N L2
GY
R
W
OR
BLOWER
W
M
OVEN
SHUTDOWN
THERMAL
CUTOFF
(NON-RESETTABLE)
(105°C) (221°F)
BLOWER
SPEED RESISTOR
FULL BROIL PREHEAT B - FULL BROIL PREHEAT A - FULL BROIL SS
L1
BK
BK
T4-4
BK
T4-3
BK
P8-1
N L2
IN BROIL
1800W
T3-1
BU
T3-4
T1-1
T1-2
T2-1
T2-2
P8-4
OR
R
R/W
R
R/W
GY
R
W
OVEN
SHUTDOWN
THERMAL
CUTOFF
(NON-RESETTABLE)
(105°C) (221°F)
BU
OUT BROIL 1450W
OR
GY
BLOWER
M
W
BLOWER
SPEED RESISTOR
CONVECT BROIL PREHEAT B - CONVECT BROIL PREHEAT A CONVECT BROIL SS (CONVECTION MODELS ONLY)
L1
BK
BK
BK
BK
T4-4
T4-3
P8-1
T3-1
BU
T3-4
T1-1
T1-2
T2-1
T2-2
OR
R
R/W
R
R/W
P8-3
OR
P8-4
N L2
OUT BROIL
1450W
W
IN BROIL 1800W
BU
OR
CONV. FAN
M
GY
GY
BLOWER
SPEED RESISTOR
7-2
BLOWER
M
W
W
R
OVEN
SHUTDOWN
THERMAL
CUTOFF
(NON-RESETTABLE)
(105°C) (221°F)
BREAD PROOF PREHEAT B - BREAD PROOF PREHEAT A BREAD PROOF SS
L2
N
W
L1
BK
BK
BK
T4-3
T3-3
R
T1-1
T1-2
R
R/W
P8-4
GY
P8-1
OVEN
SHUTDOWN
THERMAL
CUTOFF
(NON-RESETTABLE)
(105°C) (221°F)
BAKE 200W R
BLOWER
GY
M
BLOWER
SPEED RESISTOR
CONVECT BAKE PREHEAT A - CONVECT BAKE SS
N
L1
BK
BK
BK
T4-3
T4-4
W
BK
P8-1
BAKE 200W
T3-3
R
T3-1
BU
L2
W
R
R OVEN
SHUTDOWN
THERMAL
CUTOFF
(NON-RESETTABLE)
(105°C) (221°F)
OUT BROIL 1450W
CONV. RING 1600W BU
Y
Y
T3-2
T2-1
T2-2
T1-1
T1-2
P8-3
R
R/W
R
R/W
OR
P8-4
GY
R
M
R
CONV. FAN
BLOWER
M
BLOWER
SPEED RESISTOR
W
W
CONVECT BAKE PREHEAT B - CONVECT ROAST PREHEAT B CONVECT ROAST PREHEAT A - CONVECT ROAST SS DEHYDRATE PREHEAT B (CONVECTION MODELS ONLY)
L1
BK
BK
BK
BK
T4-4
T4-3
P8-1
T3-1
T3-3
N
OUT BROIL 1450W
BU
BU
BAKE 2000W
R
T1-2
T1-1
T2-2
T2-1
P8-3
R
OR IN BROIL 1800W
OR
R/W
R
R/W
R
CONV. FAN
OR
M
P8-4
GY
T3-4
GY
BLOWER
SPEED RESISTOR
L2
OVEN
R SHUTDOWN
W
THERMAL
CUTOFF
(NON-RESETTABLE)
(105°C) (221°F)
R
R
W
BLOWER
M
W
DEHYDRATE PREHEAT SS - DEHYDRATE PREHEAT A
(CONVECTION MODELS ONLY)
L1
N
CONV. RING
1600W
BK
BK
T4-4
T3-2
Y
T2-1
T2-2
R
R/W
P8-3
BK
P8-1
P8-4
OR
GY
R
Y
R
CONV. FAN
W
M
GY
BLOWER
SPEED RESISTOR
7-3
L2
W
BLOWER
M
W
OVEN
SHUTDOWN
THERMAL
CUTOFF
(NON-RESETTABLE)
(105°C) (221°F)
CLEAN
BR
N
W
DOOR SWITCH
(ON LATCH ASSY)
L1
BK
BR
OR
BU
T
LATCH SWITCH
(OPERATED BY MOTOR)
P1-5
P1-7
P1-4
BK
BK
T4-3
BK
BK
P9-5
P8-1
T4-4
BAKE 2000W
N L2
R
T3-3
R
T3-1
BUOUT BROIL 1450W BU
T3-4
T1-1
T1-2
T2-1
T2-2
P9-2
OR IN BROIL 1800W OR
R
R/W
R
R/W
GY
M
W
R
R
W
R
OVEN
SHUTDOWN
THERMAL
CUTOFF
(NON-RESETTABLE)
(105°C) (221°F)
BLOWER
W
W
M
MOTOR LATCH
P8-5
MWO FULL POWER - MWO VARIABLE POWER - MWO STEAM
L1
BK
LINE 20A
BK FUSE BK
LINE FILTER L1
P32
P33
MONITOR
20A FUSE
BR BK
BK
MW APPLIANCE
MANAGER
BR
MW LIGHT
TRANSFORMER
P2-6
P1-1
N
MW APPLIANCE
MANAGER
W
CAVITY LINE FILTER L1
THERMOSTAT
BU W
W
W
P1-2
P31
P34
P2-5
HALOGEN LIGHT
BK
M
P2-4 BK
P2-3
CONV. FAN
MOTOR
P2-2
BR
BU
BR
BR P2-1
M
TURNTABLE
P3-1
Y
PRIMARY
INTERLOCK SWITCH
1 4
Y
2
4903
1
P8-2
P4
P8-1
W 1020 W
C N 7 0 1 C N 7 0 3
HUMIDITY
SENSOR
CN702
C N 7 0 1
P8-3
BU
MW INVERTER
7-4
4
1
SECONDARY
INTERLOCK
SWITCH
F
FA
MAGNETRON
MWO CRISP
L2 L1
R BK
LINE 20A
BK FUSE BK
LINE FILTER L1
P32
P33
MONITOR
20A FUSE
BK BR
BR BK
MW APPLIANCE
MANAGER
MW LIGHT
TRANSFORMER
P2-6
P1-1
N
MW APPLIANCE
MANAGER
W
CAVITY LINE FILTER L1
THERMOSTAT
BU W
W
W
P1-2
P31
P34
P2-5
HALOGEN LIGHT
BK
M
P2-4 BK
P2-3
CONV. FAN
MOTOR
BR
BR P2-1
M
TURNTABLE
P2-2
BR
BU
P3-1
Y
PRIMARY
INTERLOCK SWITCH
1 4
Y
4903
2
BU
1
CN702
P8-2
P6
P8-1
LINE FILTER L2
R
1
3
4904
R
BK
4
1
SECONDARY
INTERLOCK
SWITCH
C N 7 0 1 C N 7 0 3
C N 7 0 1
P8-3
W 1020 W
F
MAGNETRON
FA
LINE FILTER L2
BK
BK
4
2
GRILL
THERMOSTAT
GRILL ELEMENT
MWO EASY CONVECT
L2 L1
R BK
LINE 20A
BK FUSE BK
MW APPLIANCE
MANAGER
LINE FILTER L1
P32
MONITOR
20A FUSE
BR BK
BR
P33
P2-8
P1-1
N
MW APPLIANCE
MANAGER
CONV.
THERMOACTUATOR
W
CAVITY LINE FILTER L1
THERMOSTAT
BU W
W
W
P1-2
P31
P34
P2-7
M
MW LIGHT
TRANSFORMER
P2-6
P2-5
BU
BR
HALOGEN LIGHT
BK
BK P2-3
M
P2-4
MAGNETRON FAN
MOTOR
BR P2-1
M
P2-2 BR
TURNTABLE
4905
W
P3-1
4
1
SECONDARY
INTERLOCK
SWITCH
BU
1020
BU
CONV. 1200W
CONV.
TEMP
P4
LINE FILTER L2
R
1
3
R
4905
BK
BK
GRILL ELEMENT
7-5
GRILL
THERMOSTAT
LINE FILTER L2
BK
4
2
— NOTES —
7-6
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
AND
WARRANTY INFORMATION SOURCES
IN THE UNITED STATES:
FOR PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS AND WARRANTY INFORMATION CALL:
FOR WHIRLPOOL PRODUCTS: 1-800-253-1301
FOR KITCHENAID PRODUCTS: 1-800-422-1230
FOR ROPER PRODUCTS:
1-800-447-6737
FOR TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE WHILE AT THE CUSTOMER’S HOME CALL:
THE TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE LINE: 1-800-832-7174
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AUTHORIZED IN-HOME SERVICE PROFESSIONAL
FOR LITERATURE ORDERS:
PHONE: 1-800-851-4605
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www.servicematters.com
IN CANADA:
FOR PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS AND WARRANTY INFORMATION CALL:
1-800-461-5681
FOR TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE WHILE AT THE CUSTOMER’S HOME CALL:
THE TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE LINE: 1-800-832-7174
HAVE YOUR STORE NUMBER READY TO IDENTIFY YOU AS AN
AUTHORIZED IN-HOME SERVICE PROFESSIONAL