30” EYE-LEVEL GAS MICROWAVE RANGE AND 30” EYE-LEVEL GAS RANGE IMPORTANT INSTALLER: LEAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS WITH THE HOMEOWNER HOMEOWNER: RETAIN THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR FUTURE REFERENCE. ve Ovens, Compactors, Room Air Conditioners, Dehumidifiers, Automatic Washers, Clothes Dryers, Freezers, Refrigerator-Freezers, Ice Makers,Dishwashl PRECAUTIONS TO AVOID POSSIBLE EXPOSURE TO EXCESSIVE MICROWAVE ENERGY Before you begin II Read these instructions completely and carefully. If followed, they will simplify the installation Do not attempt to operate this oven with the door open since open-door operation can result in harmful exposure to microwave energy. It is important not to defeat or tamper with safety interlocks. job. If your range does not have a microwave upper disregard the following microwave oven, information. Do not place any object between the oven front face and the door or allow soil or cleaner residue to accumulate on sealing surfaces. IMPORTANT: Do not operate the oven if it is damaged. It is particularly important that the oven door close properly and that there is no damage to the: 1. Door(bent) 2. Hinges and latches(broken or loosened) 3. Door seals and sealing surfaces. Observe all governing codes and ordinances. Failure to follow these instructions could lead to fire or electrical shock hazard. The oven should not be adjusted or repaired by anyone except properly qualified service personnel. The oven should be checked for microwave leakage by qualified service personnel after a repair is made. Do not operate the oven if the door glass is broken. ~lnstallatlon must conform with the American National ‘Copies 2 Standard Natlonal Fuel Gas Code ANSI 2223.1-1980’ of the standard listed above may be obtained AMERICAN GAS ASSOCIATION 1515 Wllson Boulevard Arlington, Virginia 22209 from: and local codes and ordinances. A. Space requirements A= Height for range with eye-level oven plus vent hood: 72” min. B = Height for range with eye-level oven alone: 66” min. C = Width between counters: D = Height of countertop: 3O1/a” 36” E= Depth: 25” F = Receptacle location: 17” max. from right cabinet and 20” max. from floor. G = Wall gas line hole location 8’/2” from left cabinet and 25/,6 from floor. H = Floor gas line hole location: on floor 81/2’1from left cabinet and back wall. I= b!!“, SUPPLY 1, LINE %%TXLE OPTION FIG. 1 NOTE: Clearance specified to combustible construction (walls and materials) are based on a temperature rise of wood structures resulting from appliance operation. These clearances are suitable for walls of studding, lath and plaster, or other types of combustible materials which have a density of 20 pounds per cubic foot or more. No evaluation of the clearances required has been made for installations adjacent to low density cellulose, fiber board and similar materials which have a density of less than 20 pounds per cubic foot; nor to plastic tiles or sheeting. ANY OPENINGS IN THE WALL BEHIND THE RANGE OR FLOOR UNDER THE RANGE MUST BE SEALED. WARNING: Reaching over heated surface burners causes risk of being burned. To reduce risk, installation of cabinet storage above surface units should be avoided. If cabinets are already provided, reduce hazard by installing a range hood. Hood should project horizontally beyond bottom of cabinets by a minimum of 5 inches. Both gas line holes should be no more than 221,$” from right cabinet. The back and sides of this range may be installed with zero clearance. Vertical walls extending above the cooktop must have a minimum horizontal clearance of 6 inches from the side edges of the cook top. Overhead cabinets should be a maximum of 13 inches deep. It is the responsibility of the installer to comply with the installation clearance specified on the rating plate attached to the appliance. To prevent discoloration of base cabinet, front of oven frame must extend at least l/2" beyond surface of cabinets. Do not seal range to cabinets. The power cord must run downward, left or right to the wall receptacle to avoid pinching the cord between rear portion of the range and wall. B. Check microwave for damage Remove all packing material from the oven cavity. When unpacking the unit, check for damage such as misaligned door, damaged gaskets around the door, or dents inside the oven or on the exterior. If there is any damage, please do not operate the unit until it has been checked by an authorized Whirlpool trained service technician. 3 C. Gas supply requirements Before connecting to the supply system, be sure that the Installation conforms with local codes or, in the absence of local codes, with the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI 2223.1-l 980. These tween strains so the ranges are designed for easy connection bethe supply line and the inlet fitting. However, all must be removed from the supply and fuel lines range will be level and in line. 1. This range is manufactured for use with NATURAL GAS. It can be converted for use on LP GAS. The rating plate located under the main top has the information on the type of gas this range can be used with. When in doubt check with your local gas supplier. 3/a” TO ‘2“ FIG. 2 REOUCER L ‘12 INLET Z5,s” ABOVE ‘12” NIPPLES m r NIPPLE -,iJ12.‘- RIGHT SIDE OF RANGE TO END OF REGULATOR Input ratings shown on the rating plate (serial tag) are for elevations up to 2,000 feet. For elevations above 2,000 feet, ratings should be reduced at a rate of 4% for each 1,000 feet above sea level. The inlet pressure to the regulator should be as follows for both operation and checking regulator setting: NATURAL GAS: Minimum pressure Maximum pressure 2. Provide a gas supply line to the range location. We suggest using a/4” rigid pipe, as smaller size pipe on long runs may result in the gas supply not being sufficient, then reduce to l/2” as shown above. With liquified petroleum (LP) gases, the size of piping or tubing can be l/2” minimum. LP gas suppliers usually determine the size and material used on the system. We do not recommend that flexible connectors be used in connecting our appliance to the gas supply, unless American Gas Association approved. Poorly designed connectors can be a source of gas leak. Even when AGA approved flexible connectors are used the consumer is cautioned against kinking or damaging the connector when moving the range for cleaning or any reason. This could cause a gas leak. resistant to the action of LP 6 inches W.C. 14 inches W.C. LP GAS: Minimum pressure Maximum pressure TOP VIEW OF GAS SUPPLY LINE 4 4. The gas pressure regulator on this model can be used on either NATURAL or LP gases. The gas supply pressure for checking the regulator setting is to be at least 6” W.C.P. NATURAL or 11” W.C.P. LP. FLOOR SHUT-OFF Pipe joint compounds gas must be used. shutoff in the a locaDo not Inlet Pressure - MANUAL VALVE 3. The supply line should be equipped with a valve. This valve should always be located same room as the range and should be in tion that allows ease of opening and closing. block access to the shutoff valve. REGULATOR 81/Z” -L 214” - 900 ELBOW INLET (VERTICAL IN MOBILE HOMES: Any installation in a mobile home must conform with the Federal Standard for Mobile Home Construction and Safety, Title 24, HUD (Part 280) or when such standard is not applicable, with the local codes. 11 inches W.C. 14 inches W.C. Line Pressure Testing a. Testing ABOVE l/z Pound Per Square Inch Gauge) The appliance and its individual shutoff valve must be disconnected from the gas supply piping system during any pressure testing of that system at test pressures in excess of l/2 psig. b. Testing AT 1/2Pound Per Square Inch (Gauge) OR LOWER The appliance must be isolated from the gas supply piping system by closing its individual manual shutoff valve during pressure testing of the gas supply piping system at test pressure equal to or less than l/2 psig. D. Electrical requirements Conventional Eyelevel A 120 Volt, 60 Hz, supply is required is recommended). circuit serving only use an extension AC only, 15 Ampere fused electrical (time delay fuse or circuit breaker It is recommended that a separate this appliance be provided. DO NOT cord. The wiring diagram is located on the storage drawer. Check the polarity of the receptacle before plugging in. See “Alternate Grounding Method.” 2. Alternate grounding method If changing and properly grounding the wall receptacle is impossible and where local codes permit (consult your electrical inspector), a temporary adapter may be plugged into the existing 2-prong wall receptacle to mate with the 3-prong power supply cord. See below. 1. Recommended grounding method For your personal safety, quired on this appliance. electrical ground GROUND ASSEMBLY (ATTACH TOGROUNDED METAL COLD WATER PIPE) is reFIG. 4 - ELECTRICALLY GROUNDED METAL DO NOT, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES, CUT OR REMOVE THE POWER SUPPLY CORD GROUND PRONG. This appliance is equipped with a power supply cord having a 3-prong grounding plug. To minimize possible shock hazard, the cord must be pluged into a mating 3-prong grounding type wall receptacle, grounded in accordance with the National Electrical Code, ANSllNFPA NO. 70-l 981 * and local codes and ordinances. If a mating wall receptacle is not available, it is the personal responsibility and obligation of the customer to have a properly grounded 3-prong wall receptacle installed by a qualified electrician. 3.PRONG GAOUNDING PLUG OUND PRONG l POWER SUPPLY CORD *Cold water pipe must have metal continuity to electrical ground and not be interrupted by plastic, rubber or other electrically insulating connectors (including water meter or pump) without adding a jumper wire at these connections. XPRONG GROUNDING TYPE WALL RECEPTACLE E. Electrical requirements Eyelevel Mi&owave A 120 Volt, 60 Hz, supply is required is recommended). circuit serving only use an extension NG NDING \ POWER CORD SUPPLY 1. Recommended grounding method **Copies of the standard listed above may be obtained from: FIRE PROTECTION Batterymarch Park Quincy, Massachusetts 02269 electrical breaker separate DO NOT The wiring diagram (Tech Sheet) is located inside the control panel area. FIG. 3 NATIONAL AC only, 20 Ampere fused (time delay fuse or circuit It is recommended that a this appliance be provided. cord. ASSOCIATION For your personal safety, quired on this appliance. electrical ground is re- 5 DO NOT, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES, CUT OR REMOVE THE POWER SUPPLY CORD GROUND PRONG. A. Remove shipping / base packing materials This appliance is equipped with a power supply cord having a 3-prong grounding plug. (See Figure 5.) To minimize possible shock hazard, the cord must be pluged into a mating 3-prong grounding type wall receptacle, grounded in accordance with the National Electrical Code, ANSUNFPA NO. 70-1981 * and local codes and ordinances. If a mating wall receptacle is not available, it is the personal responsibility and obligatton of the customer to have a properly grounded 3-prong wall receptacle installed by a qualified electrician. l 20 AMPERE GROUNDING TYPE WALL RECEPTACLE Remove the cardboard shipping base by placing foot on the base behind the range. Tilt range forward to free rear legs. Move range towards you, then tilt backwards to free front legs. 3-PRONG GROUNDING PLUG Discard the shipping - l \ POWER CORD FIG. 5 ‘Copies of the standard listed above may be obtained from: NATIONAL FIRE PROTECTION ASSOCIATION Batterymarch Park Quincy, Massachusetts 02269 Check the polarity of the receptacle before plugging in. 9 IL7 Begin the installation Remove all packaging material, tape and protective film (on some chrome plated or stainless steel parts) before the range is installed. B. Position and level the range contents cord as described on page 5. 2. Move range into final operating position. NOTE: The gas supply line must be per dimensions as shown on page 3. USE CAUTION WHEN MOVING THIS APPLIANCE TO PREVENT DAMAGE TO FLOOR COVERINGS. THE WEIGHT OF THE APPLIANCE MAY CAUSE RIPPING, SCRATCHING OR OTHER DAMAGE TO THE FLOOR. FOR BEST RESULTS, SLIDE THE APPLIANCE ONTO CARDBOARD OR MASONITE BEFORE MOVING TO PREVENT DAMAGE. 6 Turn in the leveling legs to a point where the range base will not touch the floor. 1. Plug in the electrical Remove racks and all other before moving appliance. base. SUPPLY from oven 3. Place rack in oven. Place level on rack. If range needs leveling, adjust the leveling legs as needed to make level. IMPORTANT: NOTE: Oven must be properly satisfactory baking conditions. leveled for 3 Gas connection 2. Be sure to use joint compound to seal all connections. Joint compounds used must be resistant to the action of liquified petroleum gases. 3. Be sure the shut-off valve is open between the inlet nipple and gas valve. A. To access gas line C. Check for gas leaks FIG. 7 Remove storage drawer by lifting slightly and pulling out of the range. The connection is now accessible. B. Connect gas line TOP VIEW OF GAS SUPPLY When the range is connected, and all gas valves have been closed, turn on main supply, but before lighting the range or putting it to use, test all supply line connections and range itself for leaks. This range has been factory tested for leaks, but sometimes connections work loose in transit. NEVER TEST FOR LEAKS WITH A LIGHTED MATCH OR OTHER FLAME. Apply a thin solution of soapy water, if any leaks are present, bubbles will form at the point of leakage. If a leak is discovered it must be stopped before the range is put into operation. After checking for leaks, wipe the soap solution off of the components. Joint compounds used must be resistant to the action of liquified petroleum gases. Any opening in the wall or floor, behind or under the range must be sealed. 0, d Gas adjustments LINE 1. The pressure regulator has a l/z” female pipe thread. It is recommended that a 115” close nipple, a union and shut-off valve, be assembled into the regulator. This places the assembly parallel to the front frame of the range for easy connection to the gas supply and access to the shut-off valve. The stack on the regulator must not be in a vertical position. A. Natural gas adjustments 1. Top burners Whenever a top burner control knob is depressed and turned to the “LITE” position, the electrode between the flash tubes will start sparking and continue as long as the knob is held in this position. After the burner lights, move the knob to the “HI” position. At this time the sparking will stop. There are no standing pilots that have to be lighted or adjusted. 7 gq@L AIR SHUTTER FIG. 9 The air shutters on the top burner manifold should be adjusted for a proper flame. The flame should be soft in character. To adjust the air shutter, loosen the lock screw. Move the air shutter to close the opening to decrease the air or enlarge the opening for more air. Tighten the lock screw when the adjustment is complete. Adjust the air shutter so that the flame has an inner cone of bluish-green and an outer mantle of dark blue. The flame should be solft in charcter. b. Upper oven burner The upper oven burner flame should be %” long when the air shutter is correctly adjusted. (See Figure 13.) The upper oven air shutter is located behind the control panel on the lower right hand side. To adjust the air shutter, loosen the lock screw. Move the air shutter to close the opening to decrease the air or enlarge the opening for more air. Tighten the lock screw when the adjustment is complete. The appearance of a properly adjusted gas flame is one having an inner cone of bluish-green and an outer mantle of dark blue. Flame characteristics should be clean but soft. 3. Broiler burner 2. Oven burners The burner may have a hazy or fuzzy appearance when in operation. This haze may be 3/e” thick, maximum and is normal for this type of burner. All burners are lighted by electronic ignitors.(See Figure 12) DO NOT attempt to insert any object into the openings of the protective shield surrounding the ignitor coil. Do not attempt to clean this area. No gas input adjustment is necessary as the infrared burner is equipped with a fixed orifice. There is no air shutter to adjust. B. Natural to LP gas conversion THIS TION THE “LP” RANGE IS PREADJUSTED FOR OPERAON “NATURAL” GAS AS SHIPPED FROM FACTORY. TO USE THE APPLIANCE ON GAS, DO THE FOLLOWING: 1. Pressure regulator a. Lower oven burner The lower oven burner flame should be l/z” long when the air shutter is correctly adjusted (See Figure 10). The lower oven air shutter is located behind the utility drawer at the center of the range next to the pressure regulator. To adjust the air shutter, loosen the lock screw. Move the air shutter to close the opening to decrease the air or enlarge the opening for more air. Tighten the lock screw when the adjustment is complete. The appearance of a properly adjusted gas flame is one having an inner cone of bluish-green and an outer mantle of dark blue. The flame characteristics should be clean and soft with no yellow tips. Blowing or lifting of the flame should not occur. 8 This range is equipped with one of five different types of pressure regulators. Use the following as a guide to convert your pressure regulator to LP gas operation. NAT. GAS FIG. A LP GAS Remove the cap marked “NAT.” and reverse it to read “LP.” Be sure not to disturb or remove the spring beneath the cap. Also make sure the fiber washer is between the cap and the body of the regulator. See figure A for the correct position of the cap. Replace the cap in the body of the regulator, over the washer and spring, and tighten cap. See Figure D for the correct position of the washer and spring. CAP SCREW CAP ONTO REGULATOR AS SHOWN, FOR LP SERVICE / CAP, NAT. GAS FIG. B FOR NAT. GAS SERVICE, TURN CAP OVER AND SCREW ONTO REGULATOR (YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO READ ‘NAT.’ WHEN SPRING COVER Remove the cap with the screwdriver slot and replace upside down. This plug will then have the marking “LPGIO.” Be sure not to disturb or remove the spring beneath this plug. See Figure B for correct positioning of plug. Remove the cap, with the screwdriver slot. Remove the black insert, marked “NAT.“, from the cap. (This is a tight fit in the cap). Reverse this insert and carefully push it firmly into the hole in the cap. The marking “LP” will now be showing on the insert. Be sure the insert is pressed into the shoulder. Also, be sure not to disturb the spring in the body of the regulator. SPRING9 \REGULATOR FIG. E 2. Burner adjustments a. Top burners Remove four top burners by removing the mounting screws and lifting burner out of bracket. Then turn down the orifice hoods onto the pins. The orifices should be turned snug onto the pins being careful not to drive pin into the valve or to distort the hole through the center of the pin. Reinstall the top burners and mounting screws (see Figure 11). NAT. GAS LP GAS FIG. C _, Replace the cap in the body of the regulator and tighten. See Figure C for the correct position of the insert. Remove the cap, with screwdriver slot. Carefully remove the spring and washer (washer will be at bottom of spring). Reverse so that washer is at top of spring and reinstall spring and washer. ~ CAP BURNER LOCATOR TAB FULLY INSERTED INTO LOCATOR SLOT AND FLUSH WITH BURNER SUPPORT BRACKET. BURNER SUPPORT BURNER MOUNTING BRACKET SCREW TOP BURNER ‘4 E? i ORIFICE HOOD LOCATOR i SLOT I FIG. 11 NAT. GAS FIG. D LP GAS The air shutters should be adjusted for a proper flame. To adjust the air shutter, loosen the lock screw. Move the air shutter to close the opening to decrease the air or enlarge the opening for more. Tighten the lock screw when the adjustment is complete. 9 The appearance of a properly adjusted gas flame is one having an inner cone of bluish-green and an outer mantle of dark blue. The flame characteristics should be clean and soft. NOTE: On LP gas a slight yellow tip will be visable on top burner flames, but will not affect burner performance. b. Oven burners All burners are lighted by electronic ignitors. DO NOT attempt to insert any object into the openings of the protective shield surrounding the ignitor coil. Do not attempt to clean this area. Damage may be caused to ignitor. BURNER \ c. Broiler burner To convert the broiler burner, the burner orifice spud must be changed. This will be found under the vent grill in the center of the burner box. BE SURE to use the proper burner spud for the gas in use. Reinsert Nat. Gas orifice in burner box for future conversion. Be sure to replace with louvers facing to rear of unit. 1. Remove oven door and storage drawer. Shut off valve on gas line that runs from the pressure regulator to the gas valve. 2. Remove the two screws fastening the broiler burner to the oven tank at front of burner.(See Figure 14) Remove the burner by pulling front and down to expose the burner orifice spud in the rear wall. Be careful not to break the ignitor coil. Lay the burner aside carefully with the screen side up. Replace the burner orifice spud using a5/16” nut driver. Reverse the procedure to reinstall the burner. SCTEWS ELECTRONIC FIG. 12 Turn down the orifice hood onto the pin. The orifice should be turned snug onto the pin being careful not to drive pin into the valve or to distort the hole through the center of the pin. l l LOCK SCREW ORIFICE HOOD FIG. 13 The lower oven burner flame should be l/z” long when the air shutter is correctly adjusted (See Figure 10). The upper oven burner flame should be 3/e” long when the air shutter is correctly adjusted. (See Figure 13) The lower oven air shutter is located behind the utility drawer at the center of the range next to the pressure regulator. The upper oven air shutter is located behind the control panel on the lower right hand side. To adjust the air shutter, loosen the lock screw. Move the air shutter to close the opening to decrease the air or enlarge the opening for more air. Tighten the lock screw when the adjustment is complete. 10 No gas input adjustment is necessary as the infrared burner is equipped with a fixed orifice. There is no shutter to adjust. The burner may have a hazy or fuzzy appearance when in operation. This haze may be 3/e” thick, maximum and is normal for this type of burner. 5 C. Broiler burner Check operation Turn the oven selector to “BROIL.” Make sure the oven temperature is set on “BROIL.” The broiler burner should automatically light in 50 to 60 seconds. D. Clock Refer to operating instructions Guide (packed in the oven). A. Surface burners 1. Push in and turn the knob to “LITE” (if so equipped) position. 2. When the burner lights, turn the knob clockwise to the desired setting. Do not leave the knob in the “LITE” position once the burner lights. 3. If the flame should go out during the cooking operation, turn burner off. If gas has accumulated and a strong odor is detected, wait five minutes for odor to disappear. To relight burners repeat steps 1 and 2 above. in the Use and Care E. Cleaning See the Use and Care Guide that was packed in the oven for proper care and cleaning instructions. Before you call PJ f or service . . R n l See the Use and Care Guide for trouble-shooting checklist. Be sure power cord is plugged in Be sure the gas supply is turned on. Check for blown fuses or tripped circuit breaker. If you must call for service. . . You will need the appliance model and serial number. Find the serial plate at top center of the oven front frame. B. Oven burner Turn the oven selector to “BAKE.” Turn the oven temperature control to a desired setting. The oven burner should automatically light in 50 to 60 seconds. 11 Installing optional vent hood above eyelevel microwave range aGIl A Position appliance accessible. Knockout so that front and back are plug is at right rear of oven top panel. Use hammer and screwdriver knockout plug. as shown to remove A. Space required c. Connect vent hood WITH VENT HOOD :%RALL HEIGHT EYE-LEVEL RANGE uq/-y FIG. 15 , Install vent connection. hood BEFORE POWER SUPPLY RECEPTACLE making final electrical When measuring, remember that leveling legs will be adjusted. Total height needed for vent hood is 72” with legs not extended. FIG. 17 The top of the vent hood may be installed against bottom of overhead cabinets. B. Remove knockout Reach through hole in bottom of vent hood, pull out power cord until all slack is removed. plug Place vent hood on the top of the oven. Lift front of vent hood and connect vent hood power cord to the receptacle in the top of the oven. REMOVE Rest vent hood on the top of the oven. 6 Loosen screws and remove the two small plates on the back of the hood. Remove the screws in the back of the oven. Remove the two Z brackets package. from the hardware D Installing optio 77B u D vent hood above conventional eyelevel range Position the hood on the range one inch from the rear and align holes in brackets (one each side) with holes in the hood and in the range. (See Figure 18) A. The top of the vent hood should be installed against bottom of overhead cabinets MOUNTING BRACKETS B. Electrical power supply requires separate grounding circuit HOOD \ . C. See vent hood installation instructions for proper ventilation and further electrical requirements. . . RANGE F FIG. 18 Fasten the bracket to the hood and range using screws previously removed. To connect ducting or to use vent hood in a ductless installation, see instructions packed with the vent hood. See instructions packed with the vent hood for details on proper use and care. When vent hood installation is finished, go to Step 28, “Position and level the range” on page 6. 13 BK-W 120 TF THERMLYxSE8” VAC II \\ BK FggF1 ICAWlYI THERMAL PROTECTOR Pl 15 AMP &---; , LIGHT SWITCH lYA0NEn?0N1 kc1 / &ARY NTERLOCK GY OVEN LIGHT , I I I I Y SW. 1 I I 1I ) MOi;TOR I SWITCH I ICI L------1 , ICI BU W T 1 nrrn ’ rlccu PROBE PROBE RELAY COIL 000: L ! CONTROL I MODULE I FAN 1 L---------+ NOTE DIAGRAM Ob5N OFF. SHOWS DOOR OPEN. PROBE THERMoSTAT MOTOR Y AUX.MOTOR OPENS 110°F w-7 CLOSES 140°F OUT POWER TRANSFORMER _ TP2 w BU “AGNETRON J L-J 1 CONNECTOR Upper Oven SM958PEP 14 I DIO’ -L--------J -..I I W iK 4--, d-L-lJ - HOOD OUTLET CONNECTION (MANUAL) W H NO 3K OVEy,IhAMP OVEN LIGHT SW :K FLUOR LAMP SWITCH r----- BALLAST 1 VI !K RU OVEN NEON w FUSE 5A GAS VALVE SELECTORSWITCH r 9 EK MANIFOLD SW COLOR FLAGGING IS A COMMON YHACllCt IN ORIGINAL AND REPLACEMENT WIRING WHEN TRACING, CHECK FOR FLAGS AT EACH TERMINATION SELECTOR SWITCH SCHEDULE CONTACTS A & B OPEN A-2 8~3 A-1 B-3 A-2, B-4 NOTE WIRES TO BE REPLACED MUST HAVE SAME INSULATION & TEMPERATURE RATING AS ORIGINAL WIRES SUPPLIED WITH APPLIANCE POSITION OFF BAKE TIMED BAKE BROIL r1h--$, SPARK -+-7-47 ELECTRODES SCHEMATIC CONDITIONS COOR OPEN OVEN COOL THERMOSTAT-OFF SELECTOR SW -OFF LIGHT SWITCHES-OFF Lower Continuous Clean Oven SM958PEP M-W l-F 120 F THERMWSEBK VAC /I \\ BK SF1 ICAWTII THERMAL L PROTECTOR b 15 AMP :,---: , IYAONETROHI (NC)- - / PC;;IMARY INTERLOCK LIGHT SWITCH OVEN LIGHT , I “”/ , Y SW. $ih,, 1, PROBE GY ! 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MANIFOLD SW SPARK 7i-K"--+I- --JHV'MOOULE Terminals A & 1 Located on Selector Switch Not Used ‘,S SELECTOR SWITCH SCHEDULE POSITION OPEN L A-?* THERMOSTAT CONTACTS Ll -HI, L-2.H2 1 N--BAKE CLOSED -1 MAIN SWITCHING CYCLING CONTACTS PILOT CONTACT A-CLEAN PILOT CONTACT (900”) C. NO, NC-LOCK SWITCH. CLOSES AT 600°F SE960PEP 18 Whirlpool HOME I b APPLIANCES Maklng your world a little easier. In the event your the appliance or telephone directory name and number (800) 253-1301. Dial just as you nearest Whirlpool this same number in your Use and Learn the WHIRLPOOL Part No. 36-062034-02-o WHIRLPOOL appliance should need service, call the dealer from whom you purchased a WHIRLPOOL franchised TECH-CARE@ service company. He is in the Yellow Pages of your listed under “Appliances-Household-Major-Service and Repair.” You can also obtain his by dialing, free, within the continental United States the Whirlpool COOL-LINE@ Service When calling from Michigan, dial (800) 632.2243; from Alaska or Hawaii, dial (800) 253-l 121 normally dial long distance. A special operator will tell you the name and number of your TECH-CARE service outlet. During normal working hours, Whirlpool consultants at will also answer any questions about operating or maintaining your appliance not covered Care Guide. benefits of using appliance. / 786301 Rev. A TECH-CARE service for maintaining the quality originally built into your Printed in U.S.A. difiers, Automatic Washers, Clothes Dryers, Freezers, Refrigerator-Freezers, Ice Makers, Dishwashers, Built-In Ovens and Surface Units, Ranges, Microwa .