Maytag Coil Electric Range Specifications

Service
This manual is to be used by qualified appliance
technicians only. Maytag does not assume any
responsibility for property damage or personal
injury for improper service procedures done by
an unqualified person.
Electric
Freestanding
Range
This Base Manual covers general information
Refer to individual Technical Sheet
for information on specific models
This manual includes, but is
not limited to the following:
AER5515QA*
AER5715QA*
AER5725QA*
AER5735QA*
AER5854QA*
JER8785QA*
JER8885QA*
MER5555QA*
MER5750QA*
MER5755QA*
MER5775QA*
MER5875QA*
PER5750QA*
PER5750LA*
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Important Information
Important Notices for Servicers and Consumers
Maytag will not be responsible for personal injury or property damage from improper service procedures. Pride and
workmanship go into every product to provide our customers with quality products. It is possible, however, that during
its lifetime a product may require service. Products should be serviced only by a qualified service technician who is
familiar with the safety procedures required in the repair and who is equipped with the proper tools, parts, testing
instruments and the appropriate service information. IT IS THE TECHNICIANS RESPONSIBLITY TO REVIEW ALL
APPROPRIATE SERVICE INFORMATION BEFORE BEGINNING REPAIRS.
!
WARNING
To avoid risk of severe personal injury or death, disconnect power before working/servicing on appliance to avoid
electrical shock.
To locate an authorized servicer, please consult your telephone book or the dealer from whom you purchased this
product. For further assistance, please contact:
Customer Service Support Center
CAIR Center
Web Site
Telephone Number
WWW.AMANA.COM ................................................ 1-800-843-0304
WWW.JENNAIR.COM ............................................. 1-800-536-6247
WWW.MAYTAG.COM ............................................. 1-800-688-9900
CAIR Center in Canada ........................................... 1-800-688-2002
Amana Canada Product ........................................... 1-866-587-2002
Recognize Safety Symbols, Words, and Labels
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DANGER
DANGER—Immediate hazards which WILL result in severe personal injury or death.
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WARNING
WARNING—Hazards or unsafe practices which COULD result in severe personal injury or death.
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CAUTION
CAUTION—Hazards or unsafe practices which COULD result in minor personal injury, product or property
damage.
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Table of Contents
Important Information .................................................. 2
Important Safety Information
ALL APPLIANCES ................................................. 4
SURFACE COOKING UNITS ................................. 5
OVENS .................................................................. 5
VENTILATION HOODS .......................................... 5
In Case of Fire ........................................................ 5
Precautions ............................................................ 5
General Information
Cooking Nomenclature ........................................... 6
Rating Label ........................................................... 7
Functional Operation .............................................. 7
Cooking Guide ....................................................... 7
Specifications ........................................................ 8
Model Identification ................................................ 8
Service ................................................................... 8
Parts and Accessories ........................................... 8
Extended Service Plan ........................................... 8
Troubleshooting Procedures ....................................... 9
Testing Procedures ................................................... 11
H1 Control ............................................................ 15
“Quick Test” mode for Electronic Range Control . 16
Description of Error Codes ................................. 16
M1 Control ........................................................... 19
M2 Control ........................................................... 20
“Quick Test” mode for Electronic Range Control . 21
Description of Error Codes ................................. 21
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Disassembly Procedures
Removing and Replacing Oven ............................. 24
Maintop Assembly ............................................... 24
Control Panel ....................................................... 24
Control Board Assembly ...................................... 24
Infinite Switch ....................................................... 24
Indicator Lights .................................................... 24
Rocker Switch...................................................... 24
Oven High Limit .................................................... 24
Oven Sensor ........................................................ 25
Bake Element ...................................................... 25
Broil Element ....................................................... 25
Convection Fan Assembly .................................... 25
Ribbon and Halogen Elements ............................. 25
Dip Baffle Removal (if so equipped) ...................... 25
Automatic Oven Door Latch Assembly ................. 25
Door Plunger Light Switch .................................... 25
Oven Door Removal .............................................. 26
Oven Door Hinge Receiver .................................... 26
Side Panel Removal ............................................. 26
Backguard ........................................................... 26
Storage Drawer Removal ...................................... 26
Storage Drawer Tracker Removal ......................... 26
Warming Drawer Removal .................................... 27
Warming Drawer Element .................................... 27
Oven Light Assembly
Oven Light Bulb/Oven Light Socket .................... 27
Frameless Door Disassembly .............................. 27
Appendix A
Installation instructions
Clearance Dimensions ..................................... A-2
Mobile Homes .................................................. A-2
Locating The Range ......................................... A-2
Installation Drawings ........................................ A-3
Anti-Tip Device Installation Instructions ............ A-4
Connecting The Range ..................................... A-6
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Important Safety Information
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!
WARNING
To reduce the risk of the appliance tipping, it must be
secured by a properly installed anti-tip bracket(s). To
make sure bracket has been installed properly, remove
the storage drawer or decorative panel and look under
the range with a flashlight. Bracket(s) must be engaged
in the rear corner of the range.
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury, death,
or property damage, verify wiring is correct, if
components were replaced. Verify proper complete
operation of unit after servicing.
!
• ALL RANGES CAN TIP
• INSTALL ANTI-TIP
BRACKET(S) PACKED
WITH RANGE
!
• SEE INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING
WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury, or
death, make sure your range has been properly
grounded and always disconnect it from main power
supply before any servicing.
!
WARNING
This appliance contains or produces a chemical or
chemicals which can cause death or serious illness
and which are known to the state of California to cause
cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. To
reduce the risk from substances in the fuel or from fuel
combustion make sure this appliance is installed,
operated, and maintained according to the instructions
in this booklet.
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CAUTION
Do not store items of interest to children in cabinets
above a range or behind the backguard of a range.
Children climbing on the range to reach items could be
seriously injured.
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CAUTION
DO NOT TOUCH HEATING ELEMENTS OR
INTERIOR SURFACES OF OVEN—Oven heating
elements may be hot though they are dark in color.
Interior surfaces of an oven may become hot enough
to cause burns. During and after use, do not touch, or
let clothing or other flammable materials touch heating
elements or interior surfaces of oven until they have
had enough time to cool. Other range surfaces that
may become hot enough to cause burns are the oven
door and oven.
To avoid personal injury, do not sit, stand or lean on
oven door or oven drawer.
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CAUTION
DO NOT TOUCH SURFACE UNITS OR AREAS NEAR
UNITS—Surface units may be hot though they are dark
in color. Areas near surface units may become hot
enough to cause burns. During and after use, do not
touch, or let clothing touch or other flammable
materials contact surface units or areas near surface
units until they have had enough time to cool. These
areas include the rangetop and backguard.
• INJURY TO PERSONS
COULD RESULT
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WARNING
ALL APPLIANCES
1. Proper Installation—Be sure your appliance is properly
installed and grounded by a qualified technician.
2. Never Use Your Appliance for Warming or Heating the
Room.
3. Do Not Leave Children Alone—Children should not be
alone or unattended in the area where the appliance is
in use. They should never be allowed to sit or stand on
any part of the appliance.
4. Wear Appropriate Apparel—Loose fitting or hanging
garments should never be worn while using appliance.
5. User Servicing—Do not repair or replace any part of
the appliance unless specifically recommended in the
manual. All other servicing should be referred to a
qualified technician.
6. Storage in or on Appliance—Flammable materials
should not be stored in an oven or near surface units.
7. Do Not Use Water on Grease Fires—Smother fire or
flame, or use dry chemical or foam-type extinguisher.
8. Use Only Dry Potholders—Moist or damp potholders
on hot surfaces may result in burns from steam. Do
not let potholder touch elements. Do not use a towel
or other bulky cloth.
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SURFACE COOKING UNITS
In Case of Fire
1. Use Proper Pan Size—This appliance is equipped with
one or more surface units of different size. Select
utensils having flat bottoms large enough to cover the
surface unit heating element. The use of undersized
utensils will expose a portion of the heating element to
direct contact and may result in ignition of clothing.
Proper relationship of utensil to burner will also
improve efficiency.
2. Never Leave Surface Units Unattended—Boilover
causes smoking and greasy spillovers that may
ignite.
3. Make Sure Reflector Pans or Drip Bowls Are In
Place—Absence of these pans or bowls during
cooking may subject wiring or components
underneath to damage.
4. Protective Liners—Do not use aluminum foil to line
oven bottom. Improper installation of these liners may
result in a risk of electrical shock or fire.
5. Glazed Cooking Utensils—Do not use glass, ceramic,
earthware, or other glazed utensils. They can damage
smoothtop and can break due to sudden change in
temperature.
6. Utensil Handles Should be Turned Inward and Not
Extend Over Adjacent Surface Units—To reduce the
risk of burns, ignition of flammable materials, and
spillage due to unintentional contact with the utensil,
the handle of a utensil should be positioned so that it
is turned inward, and does not extend over adjacent
surface units.
7. Do Not Soak Removable Heating Elements—Heating
elements should never be immersed in water.
Fires can occur as a result of over cooking or excessive
grease. Though a fire is unlikely, if one occurs, proceed
as follows:
OVENS
1. Use Care When Opening Door—Let hot air or steam
escape before removing or replacing food.
2. Do Not Heat Unopened Food Containers—Buildup of
pressure may cause container to burst and result in
injury.
3. Keep Oven Vent Ducts Unobstructed.
4. Placement of Oven Racks—Always place oven racks
in desired location while oven is cool. If rack is
removed while oven is hot, do not let potholder contact
hot heating element in oven.
Surface Element Fire
1. Smother the fire with a nonflammable lid or baking
soda, or use a Class ABC or BC extinguisher. Not
water. Not salt. Not flour.
2. As soon as it is safe to do so, turn the surface
controls to “OFF”.
Oven Fires
1. If you see smoke from your oven, do not open oven
door.
2. Turn oven control to “OFF”.
3. As an added precaution, turn off power at main circuit
breaker or fuse box.
4. Turn on vent to remove smoke.
5. Allow food or grease to burn itself out in oven. Do not
open oven door.
6. If smoke and fire persist, call fire department.
7. If there is any damage to components, call an
authorized servicer before using range.
Precautions
• Do not cook food directly on range top surface, always
use cookware.
• Do not mix household cleaning products. Chemical
mixtures may interact with objectionable or even
hazardous results.
• Do not put plastic items on warm cooking areas. They
may stick and melt.
• Do not slide rough objects across range top surface.
Scratching or metal marking can result.
• Do not leave fat heating unless you remain nearby. Fat
can ignite if overheated by spilling onto hot surfaces.
• Do not allow pots to boil dry as this can cause damage
to cooking surface and pan.
• Do not use range top surface as a cutting board.
• Do not use range for storage or as a display counter.
VENTILATION HOODS
1. Clean Ventilation Hoods Frequently—Grease should
not be allowed to accumulate on hood or filter.
2. When flaming foods under hood, turn fan off. The fan, if
operating, may spread the flame.
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General Information
This manual provides basic instructions and suggestions
for handling, installing , and servicing electric ranges.
The directions, information, and warnings in this manual
are developed from experience with, and careful testing of
the product. If the unit is installed according to the
Installation Instructions, it will operate properly and will
require minimal servicing. A unit in proper operating order
ensures the consumer all the benefits provided by
efficient electric cooking.
This manual contains information needed by authorized
service technicians to install and service electric ranges
pertaining to this manual. There maybe, however some
information which needs further explanation. Refer to
individual Installation Instructions, Use and Care,
Technical Sheets, or toll free technical support line to
answer questions from authorized service technicians.
Cooking Nomenclature
A
E
R
5
5
1
5
Q
A
W
Color
A
B
C
H
L
P
Q
S
T
W
F
N
Brand
A
C
G
H
J
M
N
U
Y
Amana
Magic Chief
Graffer &
Sattler
Hardwick
Jenn-Air
Maytag
Norge
Universal
Crosley
Listing
Fuel
B
D
E/J
G
L
M
P
X
W
Almond on Almond
Black
Brushed Chrome
Traditional White
Traditional Almond
Prostyle
Monochromatic Bisque
Stainless
Traditional Bisque
White on White
Frost White (True Color White)
Natural Bisque (True Color Bisque)
A
C
D
G
M
P
Butane
Dual Fuel
Electric
Gas, Natural
Liquid Propane
Microwave
Standing Pilot
No Fuel
Warming Drawer
X
UL/AGA
CSA/CGA/CUL
Dual Listed
220-240 V / 50-60 Hz
Military Model
PSB Approved
(Singapore)
Export 120 V / 60 Hz
Production Code
This identifies which
version of production the
unit is.
Product Type
A
C
D
E
G
L
M
P
Q
R
S
T
V
W
Y
Z
6
Accessory/Cartridge
Cooktop Updraft/Countertop
Downdraft Cooktop or Warming Drawer
Eyelevel Range
Grill
Range (20")
Range (36")
Drop In (24")
Wall Oven (27")
Range, Free-Standing (30")
Slide-In (30")
Range Hood
OTR
Wall Oven
RV Range
RV Top
Feature Content
1000-3999
4000-6999
7000-9999
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General Information
Rating Label
Model numbers are recorded on the rating label. Rating
label is located on the lower front left corner of the oven
frame. It can be seen by opening the storage drawer or
warming drawer. Before ordering parts, write down the
correct model and serial number from rating label. This
avoids incorrect shipments and delays. Please refer to
parts reference material when ordering replacement
parts.
Convection Broil
Top element and fan operate when using convection broil.
Convection broil can be used to cook foods that are
normally broiled. Oven does not require preheating when
using convection broil. Food does not need to be turned
during cooking. Cooks approximately 25% quicker than
broil.
Functional Operation
Bake
Top and bottom elements operate during bake. Bake can
be used to cook foods which are normally baked. Oven
must be preheated.
Convection
Rear element and fan operate during convection.
Convection should be used for cooking pastries, souffles,
yeast bread, cakes and cookies. Oven should be
preheated for best results when using convection. Pans
do not need to be staggered. Cooks approximately 25%
quicker than bake.
Broil
Top element operates during broil. Broil can be used to
cook foods which are normally broiled. Preheating is not
required when using broil. All foods should be turned at
least once except fish, which does not need to be turned.
Cooking Guide
Convection Bake
Upper element, lower element, and fan operate during
convection bake. Convection bake should be used for
cooking casseroles and roasting meats. Oven should be
preheated for best results when using convection bake.
Pans do not need to be staggered. Cooks approximately
25% quicker than bake.
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Refer to owners manual, for following recommendations
only as a guide for times and temperature. Times, rack
position, and temperatures may vary depending on
conditions and food type. For best results, always check
food at minimum time. When roasting, choose rack
position based on size of food item.
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General Information
Specifications
Parts and Accessories
Refer to individual Technial Sheet for information
regarding specifications.
Purchase replacement parts and accessories over the
phone. To order accessories for your product call:
Model Identification
Complete registration card and promptly return. If
registration card is missing:
• For Amana product call 1-800-843-0304 or visit the
Web Site at www.amana.com
• For Maytag product call 1-800-688-9900 or visit the
Web Site at www.maytag.com
• For Jenn-Air product call 1-800-536-6247 or visit the
Web Site at www.jennair.com
• For product in Canada call 1-866-587-2002 or visit the
Web Sites at www.amana.com or www.maytag.com or
www.jennair.com
When contacting provide product information located on
rating plate. Record the following:
Model Number:
Manufacturing Number:
Serial or S/N Number:
Date of purchase:
Dealer’s name and address:
___________________
___________________
___________________
___________________
___________________
• For Amana product call 1-877-232-6771 or visit the
Web Site at www.amana.com
• For Maytag/Jenn-Air product call 1-800-462-9824 or
visit the Web Site at www.maytag.com or
www.jennair.com
• For product in Canada call 1-866-587-2002 or visit the
Web Sites at www.amana.com or www.maytag.com or
www.jennair.com
Extended Service Plan
We offer long-term service protection for this new oven.
• Asure™ Extended Service Plan is specially designed
to supplement Amana’s strong warranty. This plan
covers parts, labor, and travel charges.
Call 1-866-232-6244 for information.
• Dependability PlusSM Extended Service Plan is
specially designed to supplement Maytag’s and
Jenn-Air’s strong warranty. This plan covers parts,
labor, and travel charges.
Call 1-800-925-2020 for information.
Service
Keep a copy of sales receipt for future reference or in
case warranty service is required. To locate an authorized
servicer:
• For Amana product call 1-800-628-5782 or visit the
Web Site at www.amana.com
• For Maytag/Jenn-Air product call 1-800-462-9824 or
visit the Web Site at www.maytag.com or
www.jennair.com
• For product in Canada call 1-866-587-2002 or visit the
Web Sites at www.amana.com or www.maytag.com or
www.jennair.com
Warranty service must be performed by an authorized
servicer. We also recommend contacting an authorized
servicer, if service is required after warranty expires.
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Troubleshooting Procedures
!
WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury, or death, disconnect power to oven before servicing, unless
testing requires it.
Problem
Possible Cause
Open bake element .....................................
No bake element operation
Loose wire connection or broken wire.........
Open broil element ......................................
No broil element operation
Loose wire connection or broken wire.........
Programming error ......................................
Oven not operating
Power outage ..............................................
Power outage ..............................................
Clock and timer not working
Failed oven lamp .........................................
Oven light does not operate
Failed wiring ................................................
Failed light socket........................................
Failed light plunger ......................................
Programming error ......................................
Self-clean cycle not working
Oven is self-cleaning ...................................
Oven is still hot ............................................
Oven door will not unlock
Normal.........................................................
Oven smokes/odor first few
times of usage
Failure Codes
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Electronically Controlled..............................
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Correction
• Check element for continuity,
replace if failed.
• Verify all connections are clean
and tight, replace broken wire.
• Check element for continuity,
replace if failed.
• Verify all connections are clean
and tight, replace broken wire.
• Shut off power to oven for five
minutes by switching off ciruit
breaker. Reset circuit breaker
and try oven again.
• Verify power is present at unit.
Verify that the circuit breaker is
not tripped.
• Replace household fuse, but do
not fuse capacity.
• Verify power is present at unit.
Verify that the circuit breaker is
not tripped.
• Replace household fuse, but do
not fuse capacity.
• Refer to Use and Care Manual
“Operating Instructions”, if
continues contact service.
• Check lamp and replace is
necessary.
• Check for broken, loose or dirty
connections.
• Check light socket for continuity.
• Check plunger for continuity.
• Shut off power to oven for five
minutes by switching off ciruit
breaker. Reset circuit breaker
and try oven again.
• Allow cycle to complete.
• Will not unlock until unit has
cooled to safe temperature. Do
not force door open, this will void
warranty. Blow cool air on door
latch area to quicken process.
• Minor smoking or order is normal
the first few times of oven usage.
• Ventilate area well and perform
self-clean cycle.
• Refer to specific Technical Sheet
for diagnostic checks.
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Troubleshooting Procedures
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WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury, or death, disconnect power to oven before servicing, unless
testing requires it.
Problem
Surface element does not
heat
Frequent cycling of surface
element or warming zone
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Possible Cause
Open element ..............................................
•
Loose wire connection or broken wire.........
•
Failed infinite switch ....................................
•
Normal .........................................................
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Correction
Check element for continuity,
replace if failed.
Verify all connections are clean
and tight, replace broken wiring.
Check infinite switch, replace if
failed.
Element cycles to maintain
proper heat and to prevent
damage to smoothtop.
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Testing Procedures
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WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or death; disconnect power to oven before servicing, unless
testing requires power.
Illustration
Component
Oven light socket
Test Procedure
Remove one wire from receptacle and
test resistance of terminals ..................
Measure voltage at oven light ..............
1500 W−4 turn
2350 W−5 turn
Coil elements
Remove element and measure
resistance across terminals.
100 W
Warming element
1200 W
2500 W
2700 W
2400/1000 W
2700/1700 W
Ribbon radiant
elements
Remove one wire lead from element
and measure resistance of the
element.
Remove one wire lead from element
and measure resistance of the
element.
Dual element−1000 + 1400 = 2400 W
Dual element−1700 + 1000 = 2700 W
Ribbon surface
thermal limiter/hot
light switch
Disconnect leads and measure
resistance on the following:
1a−2a room temperature−continuity
1b−2b room temperature−infinite
Turn surface element on and test for
voltage. See wiring diagram and
schematic.
1a−2a 240 VAC
1b−2b 120 VAC
5
4 H2
L1 3
Snap Action Infinite
switch
L2
P
2
1
H1
Dual Infinite switch
TOP
P L1
Connect Volt-ohms meter to
H1 and H2.
Measure the following for voltages at
LO, MED, HI:
H1 to H2
Connect Volt-ohms meter to
H1 and H2.
L2
H1
5
L1 3
120 VAC, see wiring diagram for terminal
identification.
If no voltage is present at oven light,
check wiring or light switches.
Continuity, if not replace.
1500W: 35 to 39 Ω Approximately
2350W: 22 to 25 Ω Approximately
Continuity, if not replace.
6" − 100W: 132.8 to 146.9 Ω
Approximately
Continuity, if not replace.
1200W: 44 to 49 Ω Approximately
2500W: 21 to 24 Ω Approximately
2700W: 20 to 22 Ω Approximately
2400W: 53 to 59 Ω Approximately inner
38 to 42 Ω Approximately outer
2700W: 31to 34 Ω Approximately inner
53 to 59 Ω Approximately outer
240 VAC
Electrovac
Therm-O-Disc (TOD)
2b
2a
Heater
circuit
Hot light
circuit
1b
1a
2a
240 VAC, if not replace switch.
120 VAC
Measure continuity at the following
points:
Terminal to terminal .........................
Terminal to ground...........................
Continuity
Infinite
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Heater
circuit
240 VAC, if not replace switch.
Approximate
Time On
Time Off
LO
8%
92%
MED (4-5) 35%
65%
HI
100%
0%
Convection motor fan
2
1a
Approximate
Time On
Time Off
LO
5%
95%
MED (4-5) 35%
65%
HI
100%
0%
Measure the following for voltages at
LO, MED, HI:
H1 to H2
Verify supply voltage........................
P
1
H1
1b
Hot light
circuit
2b
Infinite switch, low
heat
L2
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Indicates continuity with bulb screwed in.
Measure the following for voltages at
LO, MED, HI:
H1 to H2
Connect Volt-ohms meter to
H1 and H2.
H2
4 H2
Results
240 VAC, if not replace switch.
Approximate
Time On
Time Off
LO
3%
97%
MED (4-5) 35%
65%
HI
100%
0%
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Testing Procedures
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WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or death; disconnect power to oven before servicing, unless
testing requires power.
Illustration
Component
Warming element
Convection element
Bake element
Broil element
Test Procedure
Disconnect wire leads to element and
measure resistance of terminals...........
Results
Approximately 25.4 Ω,
if not replace.
Measure voltage at element .................
120 VAC, see wiring diagram for terminal
identification. If no voltage is present at
element check wiring.
Test continuity of terminals...............
Approximately 30 Ω - cold
Test voltage to terminals ..................
240 / 208 VAC
Disconnect wire leads to element and
measure resistance of terminals...........
Approximately 18.6 Ω,
if not replace.
Measure voltage at bake element.........
240 VAC, see wiring diagram for terminal
identification. If no voltage is present at
bake element check wiring.
Approximately 15.5 Ω,
if not replace.
Disconnect wire leads to element and
measure resistance of terminals...........
Measure voltage at broil element..........
Oven temperature
sensor
Measure resistance.
Oven indicator light
and
Surface indicator light
Measure voltage at indicator light.
Rocker switch
Measure continuity of switch positions:
Closed ..............................................
Open .................................................
Continuity
Infinite
Measure continuity at the following
points:
C-NO ...............................................
Plunger in continuity, Plunger out infinite.
Disconnect wires and test for
continuity per wiring diagram.
Refer to wiring diagram for schematic
layout.
Door plunger switch
NC
C
240 VAC, see wiring diagram for terminal
identification. If no voltage is present at
broil element check wiring.
Approximately 1100 Ω at room
temperature 80°F.
If voltage is present and light does not
work replace light.
If no voltage is present at indicator light
check wiring.
NO
Auto latch assembly
with switch
Refer to Parts Manual for correct auto
latch switch associated with the correct
model number.
Limiter
Hi-limit switch
Normally Closed
Verify proper operation.
Open ............. 320°F.........................
Manual Reset- Closed .....................
Infinite
Continuity
Verify proper operation.
Open at 140°F
Closes at 120°F
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Testing Procedures
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WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or death; disconnect power to oven before servicing, unless
testing requires power.
Illustration
Matrix
Control Panel Assembly
Test Procedure
Continuity is indicated as follows:
1000 – 6600 Ω for Cancel pad
1000 – 15000 Ω for All other pads
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9
8
1
Matrix
Control Panel Assembly
Continuity is indicated as follows:
1000 – 6600 Ω for Cancel pad
1000 – 15000 Ω for All other pads
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9
8
1
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Pad
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
Cancel
Clock
Cook & Hold
Broil
Bake
Convect
Clean
Keep Warm
Favorites
Timer
Light
Pad
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
Cancel
Clock
Cook & Hold
Broil
Bake
Clean
Keep Warm
Favorites
Timer
Light
Trace
5 & 14
4 & 14
4 & 13
4 & 12
4 & 10
13 & 14
4&5
5 & 13
5 & 12
5 & 10
1&2
13 & 15
12 & 11
7 & 15
7 & 14
10 & 11
10 & 12
4&7
10 & 15
12 & 13
12 & 15
Trace
13 & 15
12 & 15
10 & 15
7 & 13
12 & 13
10 & 12
4 & 13
4 & 12
4 & 10
5 & 12
1 & 2 or 3
5 & 14
15 & 14
4&5
7 & 15
13 & 14
7 & 14
5 & 13
4 & 14
12 & 11
Measurement
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Measurement
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
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Testing Procedures
!
WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or death; disconnect power to oven before servicing, unless
testing requires power.
Illustration
Matrix
Control Panel Assembly
Test Procedure
Continuity is indicated as follows:
1000 – 6600 Ω for Cancel pad
1000 – 15000 Ω for All other pads
16
9
8
1
Matrix
Control Panel Assembly
Continuity is indicated as follows:
1000 – 6600 Ω for Cancel pad
1000 – 15000 Ω for All other pads
16
9
8
1
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Pad
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
Cancel
Convect Bake
Convect Roast
Keep Warm
Bake
Broil
Clean
Drying
Proofing
Timer
Clock
Cook & Hold
Favorite
Light
Pad
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
Cancel
Clock
Cook & Hold
Broil
Bake
CV Bake
CV Roast
Clean
Keep Warm
Favorites
Timer
Light
Trace
13 & 15
12 & 15
10 & 15
7 & 13
12 & 13
10 & 12
4 & 13
4 & 12
4 & 10
5 & 12
1&2
7 & 14
13 & 14
4&7
7 & 15
4&5
5&7
11 & 12
5 & 10
4 & 14
5 & 15
11 & 15
5 & 13
10 & 11
Trace
13 & 15
12 & 13
12 & 15
4 & 14
4 & 12
4 & 10
5 & 13
5 & 12
5 & 10
10 & 12
1 & 2 or 3
4&5
4&7
5&7
10 & 11
4 & 13
7 & 14
7 & 15
11 & 12
13 & 14
5 & 14
7 & 13
Measurement
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Measurement
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
Continuity
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Testing Procedures
!
WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or death; disconnect power to oven before servicing, unless
testing requires power.
Illustration
H1 Controlled
Component
Oven temperature
adjustment
H1 Controlled
Temperature display
H1 Controlled
Clock Display
H1 Controlled
24 Hour Clock
H1 Controlled
Factory Default
H1 Controlled
Twelve hour off
H1 Controlled
Sabbath Mode
Test Procedure
Press BAKE pad.
Enter 550 on the digit-pad.
Immediately press and hold BAKE
pad for 3 seconds.
Oven can be adjusted from -35 to +35
degrees in 5-degree increments by
pressing AUTOSET pad. To avoid
over adjusting the oven, move
temperature 5 degrees each time.
Wait 4 seconds for the data entry timer
to expire to accept the change.
Temperature adjustment will be
retained even through a power failure.
Press and hold Cancel and Bake
pads for 3 seconds.
Press and hold Cancel and Clock
pads for 3 seconds.
Press and hold Cancel and Favorites
pads for 3 seconds.
Press and hold Cancel and Keep
Warm pads for 3 seconds.
Control will automatically cancel any
cooking operation and remove all
relay drives 12 hours after the last pad
touch.
Hold CLOCK pad for 3 seconds to
activate Sabbath mode.
Hold CLOCK pad for 3 seconds to
disable Sabbath mode.
H1 Controlled
H1 Controlled
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Child lock out
Diagnostic Code
Display
Press and hold Cancel and Cook &
Hold pads for 3 seconds. “OFF” will
display where the temperature
normally appears. “LOCK” will display
flashing while door is locking.
To reactivate the control, press and
hold Cancel and Cook & Hold pads
for 3 seconds.
See “Quick Test Mode”.
Cycle through the codes using the
number pads 1 through 5.
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While increasing or decreasing oven
temperature, this does not affect selfcleaning temperature.
This mode enables the user to indicate
°F or °C on the display.
Allows clock to be toggled On or OFF.
Allows the time on the clock to be
toggled from 12 hour or 24 hour display.
Allows the clock to be reset to factory
settings.
See Sabbath mode to disable.
“SAb” will be displayed and flash for 5
seconds.
Display will go back to time of day.
All pad inputs are disabled except for
CANCEL and CLOCK pads.
This mode disables the normal 12 hour
shutoff to allow operation of the bake
mode for a maximum of 72 hours.
This is a safety feature that can be used
to prevent children from accidentally
programming the oven. It disables the
electronic oven control.
Child lockout features must be reset after
a power failure.
The last 5 diagnostic codes will be stored
in the non-volatile memory.
See “Description of Error Codes” for
explanation.
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Testing Procedures
!
WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or death; disconnect power to oven before servicing, unless
testing requires power.
"Quick Test" Mode for Electronic Range Control
Follow procedure below to use the quick test mode. Entries must be made within 32 seconds of each other or the
control will exit the quick test mode.
1. Press and hold CANCEL and BROIL pads for 3 seconds.
2. Once the control has entered the "Quick Test" mode, release both pads.
3. Press each of the following pads indicated in the table below.
NOTE:
First time one of following pads is pressed it will activate the response.
The second time the pad is pressed it will deactivate the response.
Display will indicate the following:
Pad
Response
BAKE ................................... Bake DLB and Bake relay activated
BROIL.................................. Broil DLB and Broil relay activated
KEEP WARM....................... Bake DLB and Broil DLB activated
CONVECT BAKE ................ Convection Fan on high speed
CONVECT ROAST ............. Convection Fan activated onlow speed (Jenn-Air models only)
CLEAN................................. MDL relay activated
COOK & HOLD ................... Displays last diagnostic code
FAVORITE........................... Displays EEPROM version number
TIMER ................................. Displays main code version number
CLOCK ................................ All display segments illuminated
OVEN LIGHT....................... Oven light activated
CANCEL .............................. Exit Quick Test mode
1........................................... Even segments on
2........................................... Odd segments on
3........................................... Convection Ring activated; Convection Ring DLB activated
4........................................... N/A
5........................................... N/A
6........................................... N/A
7........................................... N/A
8........................................... N/A
9........................................... N/A
0/AUTOSET......................... Steps through last 5 diagnostic codes
Description of Error Codes
Error diagnostic codes can only be viewed by entering the Diagnostic Code Display Mode.
Each error code is four digits long and is created based on the following table.
Digit
st
1
nd
2
rd
3
th
4
Description
1 – Local to the control circuit board
3 – Sensor or meat probe
4 – Control input
9 – Door lock
Measurable:
d – Diagnostic: measurable parameter
c – Control related, replace control
Secondary System: Sequential numbering
Oven Cavity:
1 – Upper oven (or single cavity oven)
2 – Lower oven
c – Control specific
Primary System:
Diagnostic Code Display Mode can be activated by pressing and holding the AUTOSET pad for 3 seconds at
power-up. Diagnostic Code Display Mode can only be started while powering up the control.
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Testing Procedures
!
WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or death; disconnect power to oven before servicing, unless
testing requires power.
Diagnostic Code Checking
Code
1c1c
1c2c
1c31
1c32
1c6c
1c7c
1c8c
1d11
1d12
1d21
1d22
3d11
3d12
3d21
3d22
4d11
4d12
4d21
4d31
4d51
4d52
9d11
9d12
9d21
9d22
9d31
9d32
Description
Shorted key
Keyboard tail disconnected
Cancel key circuit problem
Cancel key circuit problem
EEPROM error
Control not calibrated
Cooking program error
Runaway temp (650°F), door unlocked
Runaway temp (650°F), door unlocked
Runaway temp (950°F), door locked
Runaway temp (950°F), door locked
Sensor open
Sensor open
Sensor shorted
Sensor shorted
Door switch position failure
Door switch position failure
No reverse airflow fan rotation (no/low RPM)
Reverse airflow fan state (on when should be off)
Door switch circuit failure
Door switch circuit failure
Latch will not lock
Latch will not lock
Latch will not unlock
Latch will not unlock
Latch state unknown, both locked and unlocked
Latch state unknown, both locked and unlocked
When Checked
Always
Always
Always
Always
When accessing EEPROM
Always
Cook or clean programmed
Latch unlocked
Latch unlocked
Latch locked
Latch locked
Cook or clean active
Cook or clean active
Cook or clean active
Cook or clean active
Clean or keyboard Lockout active
Clean or keyboard Lockout active
Clean or Cook programmed
Suppose to be OFF
Convect, Clean or Keyboard Lockout programmed
Convect, Clean or Keyboard Lockout programmed
Latch should be locked
Latch should be locked
Latch should be unlocked
Latch should be unlocked
Latch should be locked or when lock attempted
Latch should be locked or when lock attempted
Detection
1 minute
1 minute
20 seconds
20 seconds
3 tries
3 tries
3 tries
1 minute
1 minute
1 minute
1 minute
20 seconds
20 seconds
20 seconds
20 seconds
1 minute
1 minute
1 minute
1 minute
1 minute
1 minute
See Note 6
See Note 6
See Note 6
See Note 6
See Note 6
See Note 6
Diagnostic Code Handling
Code
Measurable
What is Displayed
1c1c
Keypress
Nothing
1c2c
Keyboard loop improper value
Nothing
1c31
1c32
1c6c
1c7c
1c8c
1d11
1d12
1d21
1d22
3d11
3d12
3d21
3d22
4d11
4d12
4d21
4d31
4d51
Cancel key improper value
Cancel key improper value
No response from EEPROM
Calibration value out of range
CRC invalid
Sensor resistance > 2237 Ohms
Sensor resistance > 2237 Ohms
Sensor resistance > 2787 Ohms
Sensor resistance > 2787 Ohms
Sensor resistance > Infinite Ohms
Sensor resistance > Infinite Ohms
Sensor resistance > 0 Ohms
Sensor resistance > 0 Ohms
Door switch not closed when door is locked
Door switch not closed when door is locked
No reverse airflow fan rotation (no/low RPM)
Reverse airflow fan state (on when should be off)
Door switch not open or closed
4d52
Door switch not open or closed
9d11
9d12
9d21
9d22
9d31
9d32
Lock switch not closed
Lock switch not closed
Unlock switch not closed
Unlock switch not closed
Latch both locked and unlocked
Latch both locked and unlocked
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BAKE flashes 3
BAKE flashes 3
Nothing
“CAL” in the time digits
Nothing
BAKE flashes 3
BAKE flashes 3
BAKE flashes 3
BAKE flashes 3
BAKE flashes 3
BAKE flashes 3
BAKE flashes 3
BAKE flashes 3
Nothing
Nothing
Nothing
Nothing
Nothing
Nothing
LOCK flashes 3
LOCK flashes 3
LOCK flashes 3
LOCK flashes 3
LOCK flashes 3
LOCK flashes 3
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Disables audible for affected key depression
Disables all outputs 1, 2
Disables lights and timers
Disables audible for key depression
Disables all outputs 1
Disables lights and timers
Disables all outputs for cavity 1
Disables all outputs for cavity 1
Disables all outputs 1
Completely disables oven 4
Cancels active cook function
Disables all cook function for cavity
Disables all cook function for cavity
Disables all cook function for cavity
Disables all cook function for cavity
Disables all cook function for cavity
Disables all cook function for cavity
Disables all cook function for cavity
Disables all cook function for cavity
Disables Clean and Lockout functions 5
Disables Clean and Lockout functions 5
Disables all cook function for cavity
No action
Disables Convect, Clean, and Lockout functions 4, 5
Turn off light and disable light from door switch
Disables Convect, Clean, and Lockout functions 4, 5
Turn off light and disable light from door switch
Disables Clean and Lockout functions 4
Disables Clean and Lockout functions 4
Disables Clean and Lockout functions 4
Disables Clean and Lockout functions 4
Disables Clean and Lockout functions 4
Disables Clean and Lockout functions 4
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WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or death; disconnect power to oven before servicing, unless
testing requires power.
NOTES:
1
2
3
4
5
6
“Action Taken” applies as long as the condition exists. If the condition goes away, the control recovers.
If there is a cook function or timer active, the function continues. The user cannot edit the function, and [Cancel] will cancel the cook
mode.
Flash rate: 0.2 seconds on, 0.1 second off. Pressing any key will clear the display until the fault clears and is re-triggered.
“Action Taken” applies until there is a POR (Power On Reset [“hard reset”]).
If the control believes the door is locked, it will attempt to unlock it when the function cancels and the cavity temperature cools.
Special conditions for latch faults (9dxx):
•
A known good unlock position is defined as when the unlock switch reads closed and lock switch reads open.
•
A known good lock position is defined as when the unlock switch reads open and lock switch reads closed.
•
A faulted switch means the switch input is reading an invalid state, neither open nor closed.
•
Once a latch fault occurs, latch movement is disabled until there is a POR. An error tone will sound if a function requiring a
faulted latch is attempted.
•
If at POR, the latch is not at a known good unlock position:
•
If the latch is at a good lock position, it will attempt to unlock when the RTD (Resistance Temperature Device)
temperature is below 400°F.
•
If the latch is not at a good lock position, the control will fault.
•
If a latch fault occurs while the RTD is above the lock temperature, the latch will not try to move, but the fault is still logged
to EEPROM after the first stage of detection.
•
The Display column for latch faults applies 1) If the latch was moving when the fault occurred; 2) If the latch is already in a
known locked state when the fault occurs.
•
•
If the last known good position was unlock (e.g. baking, or idle) and a latch fault occurs, the motor is never moved. The
fault is logged to EEPROM and is not seen by the user.
•
The detection for latch faults is in two stages. The first stage is to let the control recover without moving the latch. After
this:
•
If the latch was previously at a known good unlock position, the latch will not move and the control will fault.
•
If the control was previously in a known good lock position:
•
•
If the RTD is below 400°F, the latch will attempt to recover to it’s proper position (up to three
revolutions). If it cannot, the control will fault and the latch will move to a calculated unlock position.
•
If the RTD is at or above 400°F, the control will fault. When the RTD cools to below 400°F, the control
will attempt to recover to a good unlock position (up to three revolutions). If it cannot, the control will
fault and the latch will move to a calculated unlock position.
•
Note: If the unlock position cannot be found, this may result in a second fault, the first fault occurring
when the latch request was locked, and the second when the latch request is unlocked.
If the latch is moving when the fault occurs, the control will bypass the first stage of detection and immediately try
to find it’s proper position. If it cannot, the control will fault and the latch will move to a calculated unlock position.
•
Affected DLBs (Double Line Breaks) and loads are disabled during detection.
•
If the control is in a known good unlock position and the lock switch becomes faulted:
•
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LOCK flashes after a fault is detected and until the unlocked position is achieved. The unlock position may be
identified by a successful unlock switch closure, or as the result of timing when the unlock switch is not
functioning properly.
•
The control will not fault.
•
If a function requiring latch movement is attempted while the lock switch is faulted, the control will sound an error
tone and the function will be disabled.
If the control is in a known good lock position and the unlock switch becomes faulted:
•
The control will not fault.
•
After the function is canceled and unlock is attempted, the control will attempt to unlock the latch according to the
procedures in these notes.
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Testing Procedures
!
WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or death; disconnect power to oven before servicing, unless
testing requires power.
Typical M1 Control
Illustration
M1 Controlled
Component
Oven temperature
adjustment
M1 Controlled
Temperature display
M1 Controlled
Clock Display
M1 Controlled
24 Hour Clock
M1 Controlled
Factory Default
M1 Controlled
Twelve hour off
M1 Controlled
Sabbath Mode
Test Procedure
Press BAKE pad.
Enter 550 using slew pads.
Immediately press and hold BAKE
pad for 3 seconds.
Oven can be adjusted from -35 to +35
degrees in 5-degree increments by
pressing SLEW pad. To avoid over
adjusting the oven, move temperature
5 degrees each time. Wait 4 seconds
for the data entry timer to expire to
accept the change. Temperature
adjustment will be retained even
through a power failure.
Press and hold Cancel and Bake
pads for 3 seconds.
Press and hold Cancel and Clock
pads for 3 seconds.
Press and hold Cancel and Delay
pads for 3 seconds.
Press and hold Cancel and Keep
Warm pads for 3 seconds.
Control will automatically cancel any
cooking operation and remove all
relay drives 12 hours after the last pad
touch.
Hold CLOCK pad for 3 seconds to
activate Sabbath mode.
Hold CLOCK pad for 3 seconds to
disable Sabbath mode.
M1 Controlled
M1 Controlled
Child lock out
Diagnostic Code
Display
Press and hold Cancel and Cook &
Hold pads for 3 seconds. “OFF” will
display where the temperature
normally appears. “LOCK” will display
flashing while door is locking.
To reactivate the control, press and
hold Cancel and Cook & Hold pads
for 3 seconds.
Press and hold Up Arrow pad and
Power Up the unit.
Cycle through the codes using the
number pads 1 through 5.
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While increasing or decreasing oven
temperature, this does not affect selfcleaning temperature.
This mode enables the user to indicate
°F or °C on the display.
Allows clock to be toggled On or OFF.
Allows the time on the clock to be
toggled from 12 hour or 24 hour display.
Allows the clock to be reset to factory
settings.
See Sabbath mode to disable.
“SAb” will be displayed and flash for 5
seconds.
Display will go back to time of day.
All pad inputs are disabled except for
CANCEL and CLOCK pads.
This mode disables the normal 12 hour
shutoff to allow operation of the bake
mode for a maximum of 72 hours.
This is a safety feature that can be used
to prevent children from accidentally
programming the oven. It disables the
electronic oven control.
Child lockout features must be reset after
a power failure.
The last 5 diagnostic codes will be stored
in the non-volatile memory.
See “Description of Error Codes” for
explanation.
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Testing Procedures
!
WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or death; disconnect power to oven before servicing, unless
testing requires power.
Favorite
Typical M2 Control
Illustration
M2 Controlled
Component
Oven temperature
adjustment
M2 Controlled
Temperature display
M2 Controlled
Clock Display
M2 Controlled
24 Hour Clock
M2 Controlled
Factory Default
M2 Controlled
Twelve hour off
M2 Controlled
Sabbath Mode
Test Procedure
Press BAKE pad.
Enter 550 using slew pads.
Immediately press and hold BAKE
pad for 3 seconds.
Oven can be adjusted from -35 to +35
degrees in 5-degree increments by
pressing SLEW pad. To avoid over
adjusting the oven, move temperature
5 degrees each time. Wait 4 seconds
for the data entry timer to expire to
accept the change. Temperature
adjustment will be retained even
through a power failure.
Press and hold Cancel and Bake
pads for 3 seconds.
Press and hold Cancel and Clock
pads for 3 seconds.
Press and hold Cancel and Favorite
pads for 3 seconds.
Press and hold Cancel and Keep
Warm pads for 3 seconds.
Control will automatically cancel any
cooking operation and remove all
relay drives 12 hours after the last pad
touch.
Hold CLOCK pad for 3 seconds to
activate Sabbath mode.
Hold CLOCK pad for 3 seconds to
disable Sabbath mode.
M2 Controlled
M2 Controlled
Child lock out
Diagnostic Code
Display
Press and hold Cancel and Cook &
Hold pads for 3 seconds. “OFF” will
display where the temperature
normally appears. “LOCK” will display
flashing while door is locking.
To reactivate the control, press and
hold Cancel and Cook & Hold pads
for 3 seconds.
Press and hold Up Arrow pad and
Power Up the unit.
Cycle through the codes using the
number pads 1 through 5.
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While increasing or decreasing oven
temperature, this does not affect selfcleaning temperature.
This mode enables the user to indicate
°F or °C on the display.
Allows clock to be toggled On or OFF.
Allows the time on the clock to be
toggled from 12 hour or 24 hour display.
Allows the clock to be reset to factory
settings.
See Sabbath mode to disable.
“SAb” will be displayed and flash for 5
seconds.
Display will go back to time of day.
All pad inputs are disabled except for
CANCEL and CLOCK pads.
This mode disables the normal 12 hour
shutoff to allow operation of the bake
mode for a maximum of 72 hours.
This is a safety feature that can be used
to prevent children from accidentally
programming the oven. It disables the
electronic oven control.
Child lockout features must be reset after
a power failure.
The last 5 diagnostic codes will be stored
in the non-volatile memory.
See “Description of Error Codes” for
explanation.
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Testing Procedures
!
WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or death; disconnect power to oven before servicing, unless
testing requires power.
"Quick Test" Mode for Electronic Range Control
Follow procedure below to use the quick test mode. Entries must be made within 32 seconds of each other or the
control will exit the quick test mode.
1. Press and hold CANCEL and BROIL pads for 3 seconds.
2. Once the control has entered the "Quick Test" mode, release both pads.
3. Press each of the following pads indicated in the table below.
NOTE:
First time one of following pads is pressed it will activate the response.
The second time the pad is pressed it will deactivate the response.
NOTE:
This mode can only be entered within the first 5 minutes after power up.
NOTE:
If the temperature sensor is greater than 400F and the Quick Test mode will be disabled if the
temperature sensor reaches 400F while under test.
Display will indicate the following:
Key
[Bake]
[Broil]
[Keep Warm]
[Cook&Hold]
[Clean]
[Delay] (M1)
[Favorite] (M2)
[Timer]
[Clock]
[More +]
[Less –]
[Cancel]
Operation
Bake relay activated, DLB relay activated
Broil relay activated, DLB relay activated
DLB relay activated
Last Diagnostic Code displayed
MDL relay activated (lock and unlock)
EEPROM Version Number displayed
EEPROM Version Number displayed
Main Code Version Number displayed
All Segments On
Even Segments On
Odd Segments On
End Factory Test Mode
Description of Error Codes
Error diagnostic codes can only be viewed by entering the Diagnostic Code Display Mode.
Each error code is four digits long and is created based on the following table.
Digit
st
1
nd
2
rd
3
th
4
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Description
1 – Local to the control circuit board
3 – Sensor or meat probe
4 – Control input
9 – Door lock
Measurable:
d – Diagnostic: measurable parameter
c – Control related, replace control
Secondary System: Sequential numbering
Oven Cavity:
1 – Upper oven (or single cavity oven)
2 – Lower oven
c – Control specific
Primary System:
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WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or death; disconnect power to oven before servicing, unless
testing requires power.
Diagnostic Code Checking
Code
1c1c
1c2c
1c31
1c6c
1c7c
1c8c
1d11
1d21
3d11
3d21
4d11
Description
Shorted key
Keyboard tail disconnected
Cancel key circuit problem
EEPROM error
Control not calibrated
Cooking program error
Runaway temp (650°F), door unlocked
Runaway temp (950°F), door locked
Sensor open
Sensor shorted
Door switch position failure
4d51
Door switch circuit failure
9d11
9d21
9d31
Latch will not lock
Latch will not unlock
Latch state unknown, both locked and unlocked
When Checked
Always
Always
Always
When accessing EEPROM
Always
Cook or clean programmed
Latch unlocked
Latch locked
Cook or clean active
Cook or clean active
Clean or keyboard Lockout
active
Convect, Clean or Keyboard
Lockout programmed
Latch should be locked
Latch should be unlocked
Latch should be locked or when
lock attempted
Detection
1 minute
1 minute
20 seconds
3 tries
3 tries
3 tries
1 minute
1 minute
20 seconds
20 seconds
1 minute
1 minute
See Note 6
See Note 6
See Note 6
Diagnostic Code Handling
Code
Measurable
What is Displayed
1c1c
Keypress
Nothing
1c2c
Keyboard loop improper value
Nothing
1c31
1c6c
1c7c
1c8c
1d11
1d21
3d11
3d21
4d11
Cancel key improper value
No response from EEPROM
Calibration value out of range
CRC invalid
Sensor resistance > 2237 Ohms
Sensor resistance > 2787 Ohms
Sensor resistance > Infinite Ohms
Sensor resistance > 0 Ohms
Door switch not closed when door is
locked
Door switch not open or closed
4d51
3
BAKE flashes
Nothing
“CAL” in the time digits
Nothing
3
BAKE flashes
3
BAKE flashes
3
BAKE flashes
3
BAKE flashes
Nothing
Nothing
9d11
Lock switch not closed
9d21
Unlock switch not closed
9d31
Lock and unlock switches both closed
22
LOCK flashes
3
LOCK flashes
3
LOCK flashes
3
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Disables audible for affected key
depression
1, 2
Disables all outputs
Disables lights and timers
Disables audible for key depression
1
Disables all outputs
Disables lights and timers
1
Disables all outputs for cavity
1
Disables all outputs
4
Completely disables oven
Cancels active cook function
Disables all cook function for cavity
Disables all cook function for cavity
Disables all cook function for cavity
Disables all cook function for cavity
Disables Clean and Lockout
5
functions
Disables Convect, Clean, and
4, 5
Lockout functions
Turn off light and disable light from
door switch
Disables Clean and Lockout
4
functions
Disables Clean and Lockout
4
functions
Disables Clean and Lockout
4
functions
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WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or death; disconnect power to oven before servicing, unless
testing requires power.
NOTES:
1
2
3
4
5
6
“Action Taken” applies as long as the condition exists. If the condition goes away, the control recovers.
If there is a cook function or timer active, the function continues. The user cannot edit the function, and [Cancel] will cancel the cook
mode.
Flash rate: 0.2 seconds on, 0.1 second off. Pressing any key will clear the display until the fault clears and is re-triggered.
“Action Taken” applies until there is a POR (Power On Reset [“hard reset”]).
If the control believes the door is locked, it will attempt to unlock it when the function cancels and the cavity temperature cools.
Special conditions for latch faults (9dxx):
•
A known good unlock position is defined as when the unlock switch reads closed and lock switch reads open.
•
A known good lock position is defined as when the unlock switch reads open and lock switch reads closed.
•
A faulted switch means the switch input is reading an invalid state, neither open nor closed.
•
Once a latch fault occurs, latch movement is disabled until there is a POR. An error tone will sound if a function requiring a
faulted latch is attempted.
•
If at POR, the latch is not at a known good unlock position:
•
If the latch is at a good lock position, it will attempt to unlock when the RTD (Resistance Temperature Device)
temperature is below 400°F.
•
If the latch is not at a good lock position, the control will fault.
•
If a latch fault occurs while the RTD is above the lock temperature, the latch will not try to move, but the fault is still logged
to EEPROM after the first stage of detection.
•
The Display column for latch faults applies 1) If the latch was moving when the fault occurred; 2) If the latch is already in a
known locked state when the fault occurs.
•
LOCK flashes after a fault is detected and until the unlocked position is achieved. The unlock position may be
identified by a successful unlock switch closure, or as the result of timing when the unlock switch is not
functioning properly.
•
If the last known good position was unlock (e.g. baking, or idle) and a latch fault occurs, the motor is never moved. The
fault is logged to EEPROM and is not seen by the user.
•
The detection for latch faults is in two stages. The first stage is to let the control recover without moving the latch. After
this:
•
If the latch was previously at a known good unlock position, the latch will not move and the control will fault.
•
If the control was previously in a known good lock position:
•
•
If the RTD is below 400°F, the latch will attempt to recover to it’s proper position (up to three
revolutions). If it cannot, the control will fault and the latch will move to a calculated unlock position.
•
If the RTD is at or above 400°F, the control will fault. When the RTD cools to below 400°F, the control
will attempt to recover to a good unlock position (up to three revolutions). If it cannot, the control will
fault and the latch will move to a calculated unlock position.
•
Note: If the unlock position cannot be found, this may result in a second fault, the first fault occurring
when the latch request was locked, and the second when the latch request is unlocked.
If the latch is moving when the fault occurs, the control will bypass the first stage of detection and immediately try
to find it’s proper position. If it cannot, the control will fault and the latch will move to a calculated unlock position.
•
Affected DLBs (Double Line Breaks) and loads are disabled during detection.
•
If the control is in a known good unlock position and the lock switch becomes faulted:
•
•
The control will not fault.
•
If a function requiring latch movement is attempted while the lock switch is faulted, the control will sound an error
tone and the function will be disabled.
If the control is in a known good lock position and the unlock switch becomes faulted:
•
The control will not fault.
•
After the function is canceled and unlock is attempted, the control will attempt to unlock the latch according to the
procedures in these notes.
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Disassembly Procedures
!
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or
death; disconnect power to unit before servicing.
WARNING
Removing and Replacing Oven
Infinite Switch
1. Turn off power to the oven at the circuit breaker.
2. Pull the oven forward out of the cabinet opening.
3. Disconnect or unplug the power cord leading from
unit to fuse box or junction box depending on unit.
4. Replace the oven using the installation instructions
and anti-tip bracket(s).
1. Remove control panel, see "Control Panel" procedure
for removal.
2. Disconnect and label wire terminals from infinite
switch.
3. Remove knob on infinite switch being replaced.
4. Remove screws in front securing infinite switch to
control panel.
5. Reverse procedure to reinstall infinite switch.
Maintop Assembly
1. Turn power off to unit.
2. Open oven door and remove screws securing
maintop to oven chassis, located on the out side
edges of the maintop.
3. Raise the front edge of the maintop and pull forward
approximately 6-inches.
4. Disconnect wire terminal plugs from the maintop
assembly.
5. Lift maintop assembly from the oven chassis.
6. Reverse procedure to reinstall maintop assembly.
Indicator Lights
1. Remove control panel, see "Control Panel" procedure
for removal.
2. Disconnect and label wire terminals from indicator
light.
3. Slide indicator light while hold the lens from the front
to release from control panel.
4. Reverse procedure to reinstall indicator light.
Rocker Switch
Control Panel
1. Remove maintop assembly, see "Maintop Assembly"
procedure,
steps 1 through 5.
2. Remove screws securing control panel heat sheild.
3. Remove screws securing bottom outside edges of the
control panel.
4. Pull unit out from the wall far enough to allow the
back outside screws to be loosened.
5. Loosen the back outside scews securing control
panel to backguard.
6. Grasp front lower outside edges of the control panel
and push inward on the outside edges of the
backguard to release the control panel front.
NOTE: Front edges of the control panel are difficult to
release from backguard.
7. Once the control panel bottom edges are free, pull
control panel forward and raise the control panel
upward to release screws securing top back edges
and allow control panel to tip forward.
8. Reverse procedure to reinstall control panel.
1. Remove control panel, see "Control Panel" procedure
for removal.
2. Disconnect and label wire terminals from rocker
switch.
3. Squeeze tabs on rocker switch and push outward to
release from control panel.
4 . Reverse procedure to reinstall indicator light.
Oven High Limit
NOTE: Requires removal of oven from installation
position.
1. Turn off power to unit.
2. Remove lower rear access panel.
3. Disconnect and label wire terminals connected to limit
switch.
4. Remove screws securing high limit switch.
5. Reverse procedure to reinstall switches.
Control Board Assembly
1. Remove control panel, see “Control Panel”
procedure, steps 1 through 6.
2. Remove screws securing control board bracket to
control panel.
3. Label and disconnect terminal plug from control board
assembly.
4. Reverse procedure to reinstall control board
assembly.
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!
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or
death; disconnect power to unit before servicing.
WARNING
Oven Sensor
1. Disconnect power before servicing.
2. Open oven door and remove screws securing sensor
to oven cavity.
NOTE: Gently pull wiring through cavity wall.
3. Disconnect oven sensor at the connector terminal
and remove.
4. Reverse procedure to reinstall sensor.
NOTE: Verify connection is pushed through the
insulation.
6. Disconnect and label wires from convection fan
motor.
7. Reverse procedure to reinstall convection fan
assembly.
Ribbon and Halogen Elements
1. Remove maintop assembly, see "Maintop Assembly"
procedure, steps 1 through 5.
2. Remove screws securing element support bracket to
maintop.
3. Label and disconnect wire terminals from element
being replaced.
4. Release metal clips securing element to element
support bracket.
5. Replace and reverse procedure to reinstall element.
Drip Baffle Removal ( if so equipped )
1. Remove surface elements and burner bowls.
2. Raise and secure maintop assembly.
3. Remove screws securing drip baffle to range front
frame and side panels.
4. Reverse procedure to reinstall drip baffle.
Oven Senor
Bake Element
1. Turn off power to unit.
2. Remove screws securing oven bottom cover.
3. Raise the back of the bake element cover and slide
cover back to release the front edge of cover and lift
out of oven cavity.
4. Remove screws securing bake element to rear of
oven wall.
3. Pull element forward to allow disconnection of
terminals on each element leg.
4. Reverse procedure to reinstall bake element.
Broil Element
1. Turn off power to unit.
2. Remove screws securing broil element to top and
rear of oven cavity.
3. Pull broil element forward to allow disconnection of
terminals on each element leg.
4. Reverse procedure to reinstall broil element.
Convection Fan Assembly
1. Turn off power to unit.
2. Open oven door or remove oven door, see “Door
Removal”.
3. Remove screws securing convection fan cover to
convection fan assembly.
4. Remove screws securing convection fan assembly to
rear of oven cavity.
5. Slide convection fan assembly down and tilt forward
on the top portion to allow assembly to pass through
rear oven cavity.
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Automatic Oven Door Latch Assembly
1. Remove maintop assembly, see "Maintop Assembly"
procedure, steps 1 through 5 and "Drip Baffle"
procedures (if so equipped).
2. Remove screws securing latch assembly to the front
of the oven cavity outer shell.
3. Disconnect and label wire terminals from latch
assembly.
4. Remove screws securing latch assembly to the back
of the unit chassis.
5. Reverse procedure to reinstall door latch assembly.
Door Plunger Light Switch
1. Remove maintop assembly, see "Maintop Assembly"
procedure, steps 1 through 5, and "Drip Baffle"
procedures (if so equipped).
2. Label and disconnect wire terminals from switch.
3. Slide metal sleve forward and flex wire to release
from door plunger light switch.
4. Squeeze metal tab's and push switch inward to
remove.
5. Reverse procedure to reinstall door plunger light
switch.
NOTE: Be sure to install door plunger light switch heat
shield on new switch when replacing switch.
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!
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or
death; disconnect power to unit before servicing.
WARNING
Oven Door Removal
!
WARNING
To avoid risk of personal injury or property damage,
do not lift oven door by the handle.
5. Remove screws securing top and back of side panel.
6. Pull rear of side panel away from range then slide
side panel forward to release from side panel
spacers.
7. Reverse procedure to reinstall side panel.
Backguard
1. Open oven door and place door hinge locking device
into lock postion.
2. Place oven door in first stop position, then grasp both
sides and lift up off the hinge receivers.
Lock
Position
Unlock
Position
NOTE: Requires removal of oven from installation
position.
1. Remove maintop assembly, see "Maintop Assembly"
procedure, steps 1 through 5.
2. Remove screws securing upper back panel form unit.
3. Remove screws securing bottom outside edges of the
backguard to unit chassis.
4. Reverse procedure to reinstall backguard.
Storage Drawer Removal
1. Pull drawer straight out to first stop. Lift the front and
pull out to second stop.
2. Let front of door rest on floor. Place hands toward
back of drawer and lift it out.
3. Reverse procedure to reinstall oven door.
NOTE: Verify the door hinge locking device is in the
lock postion before closing the oven door.
Oven Door Hinge Receiver
1. Turn off power to unit.
2. Remove oven door, see "Oven Door Removal"
procedure.
3. Remove maintop assembly, see "Maintop Assembly"
procedure, steps 1 through 5, and "Drip Baffle"
procedures (if so eqipped).
4. Remove side panel, see "Side Panel Removal"
procedures.
5. Remove the top and bottom screws securing hinge
receiver to the front frame.
6. Remove hinge receiver from oven chassis.
7. Reverse procedure to reinstall oven door hinge
receiver.
Side Panel Removal
3. To replace:
a. Place the set of rollers on the drawer behind the
set of rollers on the oven. (As shown above.)
b. Align the guides and push the drawer back into
position.
Storage Drawer Track Removal
1. Remove the storage drawer by pulling it out to the
fully open or stop position, lifting the drawer at the
rear to disengage the drawer track rollers from the
drawer runners, and sliding the drawer out of the
range.
2. The tracks are mounted to a rear support and the
frame of the range. Remove the two track mounting
screws and remove the track. If the track support is
being replaced, remove the mounting screw securing
it to the side frame and remove the support.
1. Turn off power to unit.
2. Remove oven door, see "Oven Door Removal"
procedure.
3. Remove maintop assembly, see "Maintop Assembly"
procedure, steps 1 through 5.
4. Remove screws securing lower rear galvanized cover
from unit.
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Disassembly Procedures
!
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or
death; disconnect power to unit before servicing.
WARNING
Warming Drawer Removal
1. Pull warming drawer out as far as it will go.
2. Located on each side of the track is a plastic lever
inside the track location. Push the left side down and
the right side up to release slide from track and pull
forward.
3. When installing warming drawer, align slide with track
and push warming drawer into place.
Warming Drawer Element
1. Remove warming drawer, See "Warming Drawer
Removal" procedure.
2. Remove screws securing element to bottom and
back of chassis.
3. Pull element forward until element end are through
the back of the unit.
4. Disconnect wire terminal from element.
5. Reverse procedure to reinstall element.
1. Remove oven door, see "Oven Door Removal"
procedure.
2. Place door on a protected surface.
3. Remove screws securing bottom trim to oven door.
4. Slide outer oven door glass and trim towards the
bottom of the oven door and remove.
5. Detach right and left trim pieces for outer door glass.
NOTE: Proceed with the following steps for door hinge,
door handle, and inner door disassembly.
Oven Light Assembly
Oven Light Bulb/Oven Light Socket
NOTE: Requires removal of unit from cabinet to replace
oven light socket.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Frameless Door Disassembly
Turn off power to unit.
Open oven door to gain access to oven light.
Unscrew (counterclockwise) glass knurled dome.
Unscrew (counterclockwise) oven light bulb.
NOTE: To avoid damaging the new bulb and
decreasing life of the bulb, do not touch new
bulb with bare hands or fingers.
Hold with a cloth or paper towel.
NOTE: Proceed with the following steps for oven light
socket removal.
5. Remove unit from installation position, see
“Removing and Replacing Oven” procedure.
6. Disconnect or unplug the power cord leading from
unit to fuse box or junction box depending on unit.
7. Remove screws securing back cover and remove.
8. Carefully displace fiberglass insulation away from
rear of light socket.
9. Push inner assembly of light socket towards rear of
range, or twist out, depending on style of base.
10.Disconnect wires from light socket.
11. Reverse procedure to reinstall light socket.
Reposition insulation around lamp socket. Do not
overtighten.
6. Remove screws securing door hinge to oven door
chassis.
NOTE: Proceed with the following steps for door handle
and inner door disassembly.
7. Remove screws securing top door handle trim to
oven door chassis.
8. Remove screws securing door handle brackets to
inner door panel.
9. Lift upward on the lower side of the door handle to
release side alignment screws and rotate towards the
top of the oven door to release and remove.
10. Remove screws securing door handle to door handle
brackets.
NOTE: Proceed with the following steps for inner door
disassembly.
11. Remove screws securing lower door glass retainer to
door baffle and remove.
12. Slide inner door glass downward to release from
upper door glass retainers and remove.
13. Remove screws securing door baffle to door lining
and remove.
14.Remove insulation from oven door.
15. Lift inner glass and glass frame from oven door.
16. Reverse procedure to reassemble oven door.
NOTE: Reposition fiberglass insulation around oven
light socket to eliminate possibility of heat
related problems.
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!
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or
death; disconnect power to unit before servicing.
WARNING
Frameless Oven Door
Glass
frame
Inner
glass
Door
baffle
Inner
door
glass
Side
trim
Door
hinge
Top
trim
Insulation
Door
glass
retainer
Door
handle
Bottom
trim
28
Door
linning
Tape
Door
handle
bracket
Side
trim
Door
glass
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Installation Instructions
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SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS do not install a range in
any combustible cabinetry which is not in accord with the
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when such standard is not applicable, the Standard for
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subject to strong drafts. Any opening in the wall behind
the range and in the floor under the range should be
sealed. Make sure the flow of cooling/ventilation air is
not obstructed below the range.
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“A” = 30 inches (76.2 cm) minimum clearance between the
top of the cooking surface and the bottom of an unprotected
wood or metal cabinet, or “A” = 24 inches (61 cm) minimum
when bottom of wood or metal cabinet is protected by not
less than 1/4-inch (6.4 mm) thick flame-retardant millboard
covered with not less than No. 28 MSG sheet steel,
0.015-inch (0.381 mm) thick stainless steel, 0.024-inch
(0.610 mm) thick aluminum, or 0.020-inch (0.508 mm) thick
copper.
To eliminate the risk of burns or fire by reaching over
heated surface units, cabinet storage space located above
the surface units should be avoided. If cabinet storage is to
be provided, the risk can be reduced by installing a range
hood that projects horizontally a minimum of 5 inches (13
cm) beyond the bottom of the cabinets.
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A free-standing range may be installed adjacent to (0²
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is not installed in accordance with the provided installation
instructions. The proper use of this device minimizes the
risk of TIP-OVER. In using this device the consumer must
still observe the safety precautions as stated in the USE
and CARE MANUAL and avoid using the oven door
and/or lower drawer as a step stool.
Installation instructions are provided for wood and cement
in either floor or wall. Any other type of construction may
require special installation techniques as deemed
necessary to provide adequate fastening of the ANTI-TIP
bracket to the floor or wall. The bracket may be installed
to engage the left or right rear leveling foot.
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A. Wood Construction:
1. Floor: Locate the center of the two holes identified
in figure 3 as “HOLES FOR FLOOR”. Drill a 1/8²
(3 mm) pilot hole in the center of each hole (a nail
or awl may be used if a drill is not available).
Secure the ANTI-TIP bracket to the floor with the
two screws provided. Proceed to Step 3.
2. Wall: Locate the center of the two holes identified
in figure 3 as “HOLES FOR WALL”. Drill an
angled 1/8² (3 mm) pilot hole in the center of each
hole as shown in figure 4. (A nail or awl may be
used if a drill is not available). Secure the
ANTI-TIP bracket to the wall with the two screws
provided as shown in figure 4. Proceed to STEP
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A. Determine where either the right or left “EDGE” of the
range will be located and mark the floor or wall.
B. Place the BRACKET 9/16² (14.5 mm) from the
marked “EDGE” toward center of opening and against
the back wall, as shown in figure 3, with orientation
hole against wall.
C. Use the bracket as a template and mark the required
holes, as shown in figure 3 for the type of construction
you will be using.
D. Free-standing range may be secured to either floor or
wall.
B. Cement or Concrete Construction:
1. Suitable screws for concrete construction can be
obtained at the hardware store. Drill the required
size hole for the hardware obtained into the
concrete at the center of the holes identified in
figure 3 as “HOLES FOR FLOOR”. Secure the
ANTI-TIP bracket to the floor. Proceed to STEP
3.
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A. For safety considerations as well as optimum
performance, adjust the range so it is level and to
desired height prior to installing in cabinet opening.
door handle. All free-standing ranges with a glass top
have a non lift-up top. Coil tops are lift-up.
Levelness may be checked by placing a spirit level or a
large pan of water on the cooktop or oven rack. Adjust the
range by tipping it forward or back and rotate the leveling
feet as required.
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between the range and the leveling foot that will engage
the anti-tip bracket, (see figure 4).
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moved or lifted by grasping the main top, backguard or
B. Align the range to its designated location and prepare
to slide it back into position. Connect power cord and
plug into outlet following guidelines outlined in
connecting the range.
C. Slide range into place visually inspecting to verify that
power cord is freely routed and contained behind
range.
D. To check the range for proper installation of the anti-tip
bracket, use a flashlight and look underneath the
bottom of the range to see that one of the rear leveling
feet is engaged in the anti-tip bracket slot.
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INSTALL ANTI-TIP BRACKET TO THE
WALL OR FLOOR.
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The range must be installed in accordance with Local and
National Electric Code (NEC) ANSI/NFPA No. 70-latest
edition. See rating plate for total connected KW rating.
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The range must be installed in accordance with Local and
Canadian Electric Code CSA STD.C22.1 latest edition.
See rating plate for total connected KW rating.
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Your local utility company will tell you whether the present
electric service to your home is adequate. It may be
necessary to increase the size of the wiring to the house
and service switch to take care of the electrical load
demanded by the range. The kilowatt rating for the range
is specified on the rating plate located on front of range.
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Most local Building Regulations and Codes require that all
electrical wiring be done by licensed electricians. All
wiring should conform to Local and National Electrical
Codes. This range requires a single phase three wire
120/240 or a 120/208 volt, 60 Hz, AC circuit. Wiring codes
require a separate circuit be run from the main entrance
panel to the range and that it be equipped with separate
disconnect switch and fuses, either in the main entrance
panel or in a separate switch and fuse box. In some
communities, a solid or flexible continuous armored
conduit must be used from main entrance panel to the
terminal box on the rear of the range. Others will permit
the termination of the range circuit at a polarized three or
four wire plug-in outlet placed at a convenient point near
the back of the range. The range is then connected to this
outlet through an approved range connector (pigtail)
fastened securely to the terminal block with proper strain
relief at the range and a three or four pronged plug at the
opposite end.
by local code. USE COPPER OR ALUMINUM
CONDUCTORS. Main terminal block is recognized for
Copper or Aluminum conductors. If a flexible power cord
is required, it is recommended a cord no longer than 4 ft.
be used. Make connections as explained below and with
reference to the appropriate illustration (see figures 6 and
7). After installation, insure tightness of all electrical
connections and replace all covers.
Remove terminal block access cover from range back.
(See figure 5).
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This model was shipped direct from the factory with
service cord (pigtail) attached. There are no range
connections necessary. Just plug into the range outlet.
See figure 2 on page 2 for outlet location.
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rated at 240 volts minimum, 40 amperes or 50 amperes
power supply cord that is marked for use with nominal
1 3/8² (34.93 mm) diameter connection opening, with
closed loop terminals and marked for use with ranges
shall be used.
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Some models are shipped direct from the factory with
service cords (pigtails) attached. There are no range
connections necessary on these models. Just plug into
the range outlet. On models not provided with a service
cord, connection to the power supply is necessary.
REMEMBER - only a 4-conductor cord is to be used on
new branch-circuit installations (1996 NEC), mobile
homes, recreational vehicles, or in an area where local
codes prohibit grounding through the neutral conductor.
Hence, 4-wire service MUST be provided for such
installations. 3-wire service may be used when permitted
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between the middle post of the main terminal
connection block and the range chassis.
post of the main terminal block. The other two wires of
the service cord or conduit connect to the outside
posts of the main terminal connection block. Polarity is
unimportant. If using bare wire, attach wire to
appropriate lug as shown. Torque specifications are
shown below.
2. If bare copper or aluminum wiring is used, attach
adapter lugs as shown in figure 6. (See Bare Wire
Connection). Torque specifications are shown below.
3. The middle wire of the service cord or ground lead of
3-wire conduit jrpq connect to the neutral (middle)
4. An appropriate strain relief for service cord or conduit
jrpq be attached to the conduit plate.
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1. The copper ground strap connected between the
neutral (middle) post of the main terminal block and the
chassis jrpq be cut off as shown in figure 7. Save the
green ground screw to attach the ground from the 4
wire cord. Only a 4 wire cord or conduit should be
used.
2. If bare copper or aluminum wiring is used, attach
adapter lugs as shown in figure 7. (See Bare Wire
Connection). Torque specifications are shown below.
3. The ground wire from the service cord or conduit must
connect to the range chassis using the green ground
screw.
4. The white wire of the service cord or conduit must
connect to the neutral (middle) post of the main
terminal block. The other two wires of the service cord
connect to the red and black posts of the main terminal
block, respectively. If using bare wire, attach wire to
appropriate lug as shown. Torque specifications are
shown below.
5. An appropriate strain relief for service cord or conduit
jrpq be attached to the conduit plate.
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Disconnect range from power. Remove the access cover
on back of range and remove the 3-wire service cord from
the main terminal block. Follow instructions as outlined in
figure 7 to connect the 4-wire service cord.
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rated at 240 volts minimum, 40 amperes or 50 amperes
power supply cord that is marked for use with nominal 1
3/8² (34.93 mm) diameter connection opening, with
closed loop terminals and marked for use with ranges
shall be used.
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