Maytag AOES3030 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.
This manual replaces RS2520001 Revision 0.
Electric
Wall Ovens
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:
AOES3030*
AOCS3040*
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Table of Contents
Important Information ................................................ 4
Important Safety Information
All Appliances ..................................................... 5
Ovens ................................................................. 5
Self-Cleaning ...................................................... 5
In Case of Fire .................................................... 5
General Information
Oven Operation ................................................... 6
Cooking Guide .................................................... 6
Convection Broiling Rack ..................................... 7
Oven Rack Placement ......................................... 7
Spacesaver™ Convection Rack ............................ 7
Convection Pan Placement .................................. 7
Pan Placement ................................................... 7
Slow-Cook™ Roasting Rack ................................ 7
Removing Oven Door ........................................... 8
Replacing Oven Door ........................................... 8
Replacing Oven Light ........................................... 8
Titling Control Panel ............................................ 8
Care and Cleaning
Cleaning Oven Parts ............................................ 9
Component Testing Information ............................... 10
Testing Procedures
Oven Door Switch.............................................. 14
Oven High Limit/Fan Switch ............................... 14
Oven Temperature Sensor .................................. 14
Blower Motor .................................................... 14
Auto Latch Motor .............................................. 15
Convection Fan Motor ........................................ 15
Convection Element Testing ............................... 15
Broil Element Testing ........................................ 15
Bake Element Testing ....................................... 15
Disassembly Procedures
Removing and Replacing Oven ........................... 16
Control Panel .................................................... 16
ERC/P.C. Board ................................................ 16
Transformer/Relay Board .................................... 16
Oven High Limit/Fan Control Switch .................... 16
Oven Sensor ..................................................... 17
Bake Element ................................................... 17
Broil Element/Broil Element Reflector ................. 17
Convection Heating Element .............................. 17
Convection Fan Blade ........................................ 17
Convection Fan Motor ........................................ 17
Automatic Oven Door Latch Assembly ................ 17
Door Plunger Light Switch.................................. 17
Oven Light Bulb/Oven Light Socket ..................... 18
Oven Tank Removal ........................................... 18
Oven Door Removal ........................................... 18
Frameless Door Disassembly ............................ 18
Oven Door Hinge ............................................... 19
Blower Motor .................................................... 19
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Vent Assembly/Smoke Eliminator ...................... 19
Outer Trim Assembly ......................................... 19
Appendix A
Installation Instructions
Packing Material ......................................... A-2
Oven Dimensions ........................................ A-2
Oven Location ............................................. A-2
Line Voltage Requirements .......................... A-2
Connecting Wiring ....................................... A-3
Wall Oven and Cooktop Combination
Installation Specifications ............................ A-4
AKED3060 or AKES3060 Downdraft Cooktop
above AOES3030 or AOCS3040 Wall Oven ... A-4
AKED3060 or AKES3060 Downdraft Cooktop
above AOES3030 or AOCS3040 Wall Oven
in an Island Application ................................ A-5
AK2H36, AK2T36, 36" Electric Cooktop
Installed above AOES3030 or AOCS3040
Wall Oven .................................................. A-5
30" Electric Cooktop AK2H30, AK2T30,
AKR3000, AKT3000, CAK2H30, CAK2T30
Installed above AOES3030 or AOCS3040
Wall Oven .................................................. A-6
AOES3030 or AOCS3040 Wall Oven
Stacked Installation ..................................... A-6
AOES3030 or AOCS3040 Wall Oven
Installed Side-by-Side .................................. A-7
Tilting Control Panel .................................... A-7
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Appendix B
Programming Instructions—ERC for
AOES3030
Electronic Oven Control Options ...................
Special Oven Control Functions ....................
Quick Reference Instructions .......................
Bake ..........................................................
Timed Bake ................................................
Delayed Bake .............................................
Broiling .......................................................
Self-Cleaning ..............................................
Interrupt Self-Cleaning Cycle ........................
Delayed Self-Cleaning ..................................
Interrupt Self-Cleaning Cycle ........................
Adjusting Oven Temperature ........................
Service Tones and Codes .............................
Testing Procedures
Service Information ......................................
Quick Test Procedure ..................................
ERC Warnings and Failure Codes ................
Temperature Calibration Offset .....................
Function Switch Connection
Check Procedure ........................................
Transformer/Relay Module ............................
Double Line Break—K6................................
Bake Relay—K4 .........................................
Broil Relay—K5 ..........................................
Oven Light Relay—K10 ................................
Door Lock Relay—K3 ..................................
Display (Filament) Voltage ...........................
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Appendix C
Programming Instructions—ERC for
AOCS3040
Electronic Oven Control Options ...................
Special Oven Control Functions ....................
Quick Reference Instructions .......................
Bake and Convection Bake ..........................
Timed Bake or Convection Bake ...................
Delayed Bake or Convection Bake ................
Convection ..................................................
Timed Convection ........................................
Delayed Convection .....................................
Broil and Convection Broil ............................
Convection Dehydration ...............................
Dehydration Tips .........................................
Self-Cleaning ..............................................
Interrupt Self-Cleaning Cycle ........................
Delayed Self-Cleaning ..................................
Canceling Self-Cleaning Cycle ......................
Adjusting Oven Temperature ........................
Testing Procedures
Service Information ......................................
Quick Test Procedure ..................................
ERC Warnings and Failure Codes ................
Temperature Calibration Offset .....................
Function Switch Connection
Check Procedures .......................................
Transformer/Relay Module ............................
Double Line Break—K6................................
Bake Relay—K4 .........................................
Broil Relay—K5 ..........................................
Convection Element Relay—K2 ....................
Convection Fan Relay—K1...........................
Oven Light Relay—K10 ................................
Door Lock Relay—K3 ..................................
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Important Information
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
Important Information
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 manual. REVIEW ALL SERVICE
INFORMATION IN THE APPROPRIATE SERVICE MANUAL BEFORE BEGINNING REPAIRS.
Important Notices for Consumers and Servicers
!
WARNING
To avoid risk of serious injury or death, repairs should not be attempted by an unauthorized person, dangerous
conditions (such as exposure to electrical shock) may result.
!
CAUTION
Amana will not be responsible for any injury or property damage from improper service procedures. If performing
service on your own product, assume responsibility for any personal injury or property damage which may result.
To locate an authorized servicer, consult your telephone book or the dealer from whom you purchased this product.
For further assistance, contact: 1 (800) 628-5782 first, if no answer call number listed below.
CONSUMER AFFAIRS DEPT.
AMANA REFRIGERATION, INC.
AMANA, IOWA 52204
OR
CALL
1 (800) 843-0304
If outside the United States contact:
AMANA
ATTN: CONSUMER AFFAIRS DEPT
AMANA, IOWA 52204, USA
Telephone:
(319) 622-5511
Facsimile:
(319) 622-2180
TELEX: 4330076 AMANA
CABLE: "AMANA", AMANA, IOWA, USA
Recognize Safety Symbols, Words, and Labels
!
DANGER
DANGER—Immediate hazards which WILL result in severe personal injury or death.
!
WARNING
WARNING—Hazards or unsafe practices which COULD result in severe personal injury or death.
!
CAUTION
CAUTION—Hazards or unsafe practices which COULD result in minor personal injury or product or property
damage.
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Important Safety Information
Recognize this symbol as a safety precaution
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Oven
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.
To avoid personal injury, do not sit, stand or lean on
oven door.
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury, or
death, make sure your oven has been properly
grounded and always disconnect it from main power
supply before any servicing.
To avoid risk of fire, do not store combustible materials,
gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids near or
in the oven.
To avoid burns caused by steam, do not use a wet
sponge or cloth to wipe up spills on a hot cooking
area.
Self-Cleaning
All Appliances
Proper installation
Be sure your appliance is properly installed and grounded
by a qualified technician.
Never use your appliance for warming or heating
the room.
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.
Wear proper apparel
Loose fitting or hanging garments should never be worn
while using appliance.
User servicing
Do not repair or replace any part of the appliance unless
specifically recommended in this manual. All other
servicing should be referred to a qualified technician.
Storage in or on appliance
Flammable materials should not be stored in an oven or
near surface units.
Do not use water on grease fires
Smother fire or flame, or use dry chemical or foam-type
extinguisher.
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.
Do not leave oven unattended
Boilovers can cause smoke and may ignite.
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Use care when opening door
Let hot air or steam escape before removing or replacing
food.
Do not heat unopened food containers
Build-up of pressure may cause container to burst and
result in injury.
Keep oven vent ducts unobstructed.
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.
Do not use aluminum foil to line the oven bottom
Aluminum foil can cause fire, damage oven interior, and
will seriously affect baking results.
Do not touch interior surfaces of oven during or
immediately after use
Do not let clothing or other flammable materials contact
elements. Although these surfaces may be dark in color
they can still be hot enough to burn.
Use caution when touching oven while in use
Other areas of the oven can become hot enough to cause
burns, such as vent openings, window, oven door and
oven racks.
Do not clean door gasket
The door gasket is essential for a good seal. Care should
be taken not to rub, move, or damage the gasket.
Do not use oven cleaners
No commercial oven cleaner or oven liner protective
coating of any kind should be used in or around any part
of the liner.
Clean only parts listed in manual.
Before self-cleaning the oven
Remove broiler pan, oven racks, and other utensils.
In Case of Fire
Fires can occur as a result of over cooking or excessive
grease. Though a fire is unlikely, if one occurs, proceed
as follows.
1. If you see smoke from 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.
6. If smoke and fire persist, call fire department.
7. If there is any damage to components, call an
authorized servicer before using oven.
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General Information
Oven 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 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.
ON
ON
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.
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 is on during preheat conditions.
ON
ON
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.
Cooking Guide
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
Convection Broiling Rack
Convection Pan Placement
Oven includes a special broiling rack. This rack should
be placed on top of broiler pan and grid. This allows air to
circulate around food and cook evenly without turning. If
convection broiling rack is not used, foods must be
turned at least once during cooking.
Baking pans and cookie sheets should not touch side or
rear walls of oven. If pans are placed on different racks,
they can be placed directly over each other. Convection
cooking circulates air around oven providing even
browning on all rack positions. When using convection,
oven can be loaded on all racks with excellent cooking
results.
Oven Rack Placement
Position oven rack before turning oven on.
1. Pull rack forward to stop position.
2. Raise front edge of rack and pull until rack is out of
oven.
3. Place rack in new rack position.
• Curved edge of rack must be toward rear of oven.
Pan Placement
• Keep pans and cookie sheets 2 inches from oven
walls.
• Stagger pans placed on different racks so one is not
directly over the other.
Spacesaver™ Convection Rack
Spacesaver™ convection rack sets 1/2" off the oven floor
when in lowest rack postion to allow air to circulate
around food and cook evenly. This rack provides more
usable oven space for cooking large items or several food
items at once.
Position oven rack before turning oven on. To remove
rack:
Slo-Cook™ Roasting Rack
Oven includes a Slo-Cook™ roasting rack. This rack
should be placed in pan or roaster. Slo-Cook™ roasting
rack elevates food keeping it out of grease and fat.
1. Pull rack forward to stop position.
2. Raise front edge of rack and pull until rack is out of
oven.
3. Place rack in new rack position.
• Curved edge of rack must be toward rear of oven.
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General Information
Removing Oven Door
Replacing Oven Light
The oven door can be removed for ease in cleaning large
spills.
Protective gloves must be worn when changing light bulb.
!
CAUTION
To avoid personal injury or property damage, handle
oven door with care. Door is heavy and can be
damaged if dropped.
Do not place hands in hinge area when door is
removed. Hinge can snap closed and pinch your
hands.
Door contains tempered glass. If glass is scratched,
chipped, impacted or twisted it may break suddenly. If
door glass appears damaged it should be replaced
immediately.
1. Open door to first stop.
2. Remove screws in door liner.
3. Grasp door firmly on each side and lift it upward off
hinges. Do not push hinges closed once oven door is
removed.
• Do not lift door using door handle.
1. Disconnect electrical supply by turning off power at
fuse box.
2. Remove oven door.
3. Remove light cover by inserting a screwdriver, blade
end covered in masking tape, into slot at front of lens
cover and prying lens cover downward.
4. Unscrew bulb from receptacle.
• Replacement bulbs are available through your local
Amana service or parts center.
Tilting Control Panel
Control panel can be adjusted to tilt from 0° to 12° to
make more visible.
1. Loosen screws on top, and sides of control panel and
pivot screw on bottom, sides of control panel before
installing oven, or while oven partially pulled from
opening.
2. Adjust control panel to desired angle and retighten
screws.
0° tilt
Loosen screw
remove
screw here
remove
screw here
12° tilt
Replacing Oven Door
1. Make sure the hinges are open to the first stop
position. If hinges have been accidentally closed,
carefully pull them open to first stop. Align door with
hinge arms.
2. Slide door down and into place. Be sure door is
completely down on hinges.
3. Replace screws in door liner.
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Care and Cleaning
Cleaning Oven Parts
Oven Part
Cleaning Materials
Broil element
Broiler pan and grid
Soap, a nonabrasive plastic scouring
pad and water
Interior oven door, outside
door gasket
Soap and water
Oven door gasket
Do not clean
Oven racks
Soap and water
Outside of oven
Soap and water
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General Directions
Do not clean broil element. Any soil will
burn off during cooking.
Drain fat. Cool pan and grid slightly. (Do
not let soiled pan and grid stand in oven
to cool.) Sprinkle with soap. Fill pan with
warm water. Let pan and and grid stand
for a few minutes. Wash and scour if
necessary. Rinse and dry. Broiler pan and
grid may also be cleaned in the
dishwasher.
Cool before cleaning. Frequent wiping
with mild soap and water will prolong the
time between major cleanings. Be sure to
rinse thoroughly. For extra dried on soil a
mild abrasive can be used. Never use
strong abrasives, gritty cleaners,
commercial oven cleaners or steel wool.
Gaskets should not be cleaned. Care
should be taken not to wet or rub the
gasket.
For heavy soil, clean by hand and rinse
thoroughly. Remove oven racks for ease
in cleaning.
Wash all glass with cloth dampened in
soapy water. Rinse and polish with a dry
cloth. Do not use cleaning products
containing ammonia.
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Component Testing Information
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WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shook, personal injury or death: disconnect power to oven before servicing, unless
testing requires it.
Illustration
Component
Oven light socket
Test Procedure
Test continuity of receptacle terminals.
Results
Indicates continuity with bulb screwed in.
Measure voltage at oven light.
Test continuity of terminals.
120 VAC, see wiring diagram for terminal
identification.
If no voltage is present at oven light
check wiring.
Indicates continuity.
Test voltage to terminals.
240 VAC
Test continuity of terminals.
Indicates continuity.
Test voltage to terminals.
240 VAC
Test continuity of terminals.
Indicates continuity.
Test voltage to terminals.
240 VAC
Verify supply voltage.
Check continuity of terminals, and
verify terminals are not shorted to
chassis.
120 VAC
Continuity
Blower motor
Verify supply voltage.
Check continuity of terminals, and
verify terminals are not shorted to
chassis.
120 VAC
Continuity
Heraeus sensor
Measure resistance.
Approximately 1100 Ω at room
temperature 75ºF.
Hinge
Carefully open the hinge fully, and
insert a wooden dowel or screwdriver
bit into opening.
Remove top and bottom screws
securing hinge.
Slide hinge top towards rear of unit
and guide hinge out through frame
opening or storage drawer.
Switch connection in following
positions:
Unlocked
Locked
Bake element
Broil element
Convection element
Convection motor fan
Opening
Door lock switch
NC
NO
COM
Controls
Door plunger switch
NC
C
Convection fan will stay ON, when
oven door is opened.
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CAUTION
Do not place hands in hinge area when
oven door is removed. Hinge can snap
closed and pinch hands or fingers.
COM-NO=Open, COM-NC=Closed
COM-NO=Closed, COM-NC=Open
Verify proper operation.
31–308417–02–0 Fan control
31–31751801–0 Control limit
Open at 115°F, Closes at 155°F
Open at 260°F, Closes at 220°F
Remove switch from unit and measure
the following points:
C-NC
C NO
Plunger in infinite, Plunger out continuity.
Plunger in continuity, Plunger out infinite.
NO
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Component Testing Information
!
WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shook, personal injury or death: disconnect power to oven before servicing, unless
testing requires it.
ERC mylar touch system
AOES3030
HR
LIGHT
P
R
E
:
DELAY BAKE CLN STOP TIME
OVEN
CANCEL
350°
BROIL
DELAY BAKE
CLEAN LOCKED
+
TIMER
ON / OFF
STOP
TIME
-
CLOCK
COOK
TIME
BAKE
BROIL
CLEAN
O
N
TIME CONTROL
OVEN CONTROL
AOCS3040
LIGHT
AM
HR
PM
:
°
P
R
E
350
CONV BR OIL PRE-
CLEAN OVEN
STOP ON TIMER
Illustration
See illustrations
above.
TIMER
ON / OFF
STOP
TIME
DELAY TIMED BAKE
CLEAN LOCK ON
OVEN
CANCEL
+
TIME CONTROL
Component
Mylar touch system
ERC4800
BAKE
BROIL
CONV
BAKE
THERMAL
-
CLOCK
Oven temperature
adjustment
ERC4800 Controlled
Twelve hour off
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CONV
BROIL
CLEAN
COOK
TIME
MULTI-MODE OVEN
Test Procedure
F1 - Control malfuction.
F2 - Oven over temperature.
F3 - Open sensor or sensor circuit.
F4 - Shorted sensor or sensor circuit.
F7 - Shorted input key.
ERC4800 Controlled
CONV
CONVECTION
F9 - Door lock or door lock circuitry
malfuction.
FF - door lock circuitry malfuction at
clean temperature.
DOOR - Lock status is not sensed
within 90 seconds of energizing door
lock relay.
Press BAKE.
Press + slew pad until an oven
temperature greater than 500° shows
on display.
Immediately press and hold BAKE
until “00” appears in display,
approximately 5 seconds.
To decrease oven temperature (for a
cooler oven), press - slew pad until
negative numbers appear.Oven can
be adjusted from -5 to -35 degrees
lower. To avoid overadjusting oven
move temperature -5 degrees each
time.
To increase oven temperature (for
warmer oven), press + slew pad until
positive numbers appear. Oven can be
adjusted 5 to 35 degrees higher. To
avoid overadjusting oven move
temperature 5 degrees each time.
Press OVEN CANCEL. Temperature
adjustment will be retained even
though power failure.
Control will automatically cancel any
cooking operation and remove all relay
drives 12 hours after the last pad
touch.
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Results
Replace ERC.
Check sensor wiring, sensor , and
temperature limiter.
Check sensor resistance and wiring.
Check sensor resistance and wiring.
Verify glass to adaptor board connection,
replace glass panel.
Check latch switch.
Check latch switch and door motor.
Verify operation of door latch switches.
While increasing or decreasing oven
temperature, this does not affect selfcleaning temperature.
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Component Testing Information
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WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shook, personal injury or death: disconnect power to oven before servicing, unless
testing requires it.
Illustration
ERC4800 Controlled
Component
Child lock out
Test Procedure
This is a safety feature that can be
used to prevent children from
accidentally programming the oven. It
disables the electronic oven control.
Press and hold Bake and Cook Time
for 10 seconds. “OFF” will display
where the temperature normally
appears.
Relay board
E1
E3
Results
To reactivate the control, press and
hold Bake and Cook Time for 10
seconds. Child lockout features must
be reset after a power failure.
Listen for relay to actuate.
Verify input and output power.
If relay does not actuate, verify power to
relay.
F1 - Control malfuction.
Replace ERC.
E2
E17
K10
E16
Oven
Light
E11
K4
K11
Panel
Light
K2
E15
E6
Bake
Conv.
Element
E7
K5
K3
E8
E10
E13
E14
Door
Lock
Broil
E12
K6
Double
Line Brk
E19
K1
Conv.
Fan
E9
E4
E5
E18
ERC/Adapter board
assembly
Field Selectable Options
Standard: The standard setup is 8. This is a 12 hour type of clock, 60 Hz line frequency and an oven with a
convection fan.
Clock Time Format
12 or 24 hour format
The time of day and the stop time can be displayed in either a 12 or 24 hour format. The control will come in a 12
hour format and can be changed to a 24 hour format from the front control panel.
Clock Time Base
60 or 50 Hz input line frequency
This is a time reference for the clock, timer, and internal timing of the control. The control will select the frequency
automatically when the control is powered up.
Selecting Options
In order to select the field selectable options, Press and hold the CLOCK pad on power up of the control. To change
the options press one of the slew pads until the desired option appears and in approximately 9 seconds the control
will change to the normal operation or once selected press the CANCEL pad. The right time digit will indicate the
current options selected as listed in the table below. (Standard setting is 8.)
Code Number
8
9
H
r
o
d
−
Blank
12
24 Hour Clock

X

X

X
50 Hz


X
X


No Convection Fan




X
X
X
X

X
X
X
X = indicates Selected  = indicates Not Selected
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Component Testing Information
!
WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shook, personal injury or death: disconnect power to oven before servicing, unless
testing requires it.
Element Conditions
Relay drive requirements are defined as a percentage of on time based on a 60 second cycle.
Bake .......................First rise to temperature = 100% bake, 50% broil, then 100% bake, 25% broil
Broil........................100% broil, 0% bake
Clean ......................100% broil, 25% bake
Convection ............First rise to temperature = 100% bake, 50% broil, then 100% Convection element
For convection bake or convection broil refer to bake and broil specifications
J1-14
J1-13
J1-12
J1-11
J1-10
J1-9
J1-8
J1-16
J1-18
J1-19
Continuity is indicated as 100Ω and below. Each pad must be pressed to perform the following test.
J1 - 2
BAKE BROIL CLEAN
TIMER CLOCK STOP
TIME
COOK
TIME
J1 - 3
OVEN
LIGHT
J1 - 4
J1 - 5
J1 - 7
CANCEL
J1 - 6
J1 - 1
SLEW
UP
J1 - 20
SLEW
DOWN
BAKE BROIL CLEAN
1
1
1
TIMER CLOCK STOP
TIME
COOK
TIME
1
CONV
BAKE
1
OVEN
LIGHT
J1-14
J1-13
J1-12
J1-11
J1-10
J1-9
J1-8
J1-16
J1-18
J1-19
Switch Matrix for AOES3030
CONV CONV
BROIL
1
1
PANEL
LIGHT
J1 - 2
J1 - 3
J1 - 4
J1 - 5
J1 - 7
CANCEL
1
J1 - 6
J1 - 1
SLEW
UP
J1 - 20
SLEW
DOWN
Switch Matrix for AOCS3040
Top
Ribbon Cable
Control
Panel
Bottom
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Pin 1 is located at the
bottom of the connector.
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!
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or death;
disconnect power to unit before servicing.
WARNING
Oven Door Switch
Oven Temperature Sensor
Clean Safety/Light Switch (Power Off)
1. The switch has NO (normally open), NC (normally
closed), and C (common) contacts.
2. Check the switch with an ohmmeter between C and
NC with the plunger out. Continuity should exist.
With the plunger in, no continuity.
3. Check the switch with an ohmmeter between C and
NO with the plunger in. Continuity should exist. With
the plunger out, no continuity.
The oven temperature sensor can be checked by using
the "Quick Test Mode" covered in this section of
manual or detail testing can be accomplished as
follows.
NC
C
NO
NOTE: When facing the range, the switch is on the left.
Oven High Limit/Fan Switch
Oven high limit is located on the rear of insulation
retainer and connecting to the L2 side of electric supply,
this switch is normally closed but will open if external
temperature exceeds 260°F or 115°F, see chart below.
Fan limit switch is located on the right side of insulation
retainer.
Part Number
31751801
308417
Open
260°F
115°F
The oven temperature sensor is mounted in the oven
cavity and electrically connected to the ERC. Following
is approximate resistance.
75°F—1082 ohms
350°F—1656 ohms
550°F—2056 ohms
880°F—2686 ohms
Sensor resistance can be checked by removing the
sensor interconnect harness plug from the ERC and
inserting ohmmeter leads into the harness connector
plug. A resistance reading of approximately 1100 ohms
should be indicated at ambient room temperature
(75°F.). If a higher resistance is indicated then remove
sensor from oven, disconnect sensor from harness at
plug, and recheck sensor resistance to assure that the
problem is in the sensor and not in the interconnect
harness or due to a bad connection.
NOTE: Sensor resistance will increase if held in your
hand.
Close
220°F
155°F
Blower Motor
Fan may come on at any time to cool components
down.
1. Turn off power to range.
2. Remove oven from wall cutout.
3. Remove screws securing outer cabinet top shield to
outer cabinet wrapper shield.
4. Disconnect wires from switch terminal connections.
5. Attach ohmmeter leads to switch terminals. At
ambient room temperature (70°F.) continuity should
be indicated.
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1. Turn off power to oven.
2. Remove oven from wall cutout.
3. Remove screws securing outer cabinet top shield to
outer cabinet wrapper shield.
4. Disconnect wires from motor terminal connectors.
5. Attach ohmmeter leads to terminal tabs on motor.
6. A resistance of ohms should be indicated but may
vary with each motor tested. This test is to check
the motor winding for an open or shorted winding. If
zero or infinite ohms is indicated, the motor winding
has failed and the motor must be replaced.
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Testing Procedures
!
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or death;
disconnect power to unit before servicing.
WARNING
Auto Latch Motor
Convection Fan Motor
Do not remove latch motor from latch assembly. If latch
motor is defective, replace latch assembly.
1. Turn off power to oven.
2. Remove oven from wall cutout.
3. Remove access fan plate to gain access to
convection fan motor.
4. Disconnect wires from motor terminal connectors.
5. Attach ohmmeter leads to terminal tabs on motor.
6. A resistance reading of 15-30 ohms should be
indicated but may vary with each motor tested. This
test is to check the motor winding for an open or
shorted winding. If zero or infinite ohms is
indicated, the motor winding has failed and the
motor must be replaced.
1. Disconnect power.
2. Slide oven out from wall cutout approximately 6
inches to gain access to control panel screws.
3. Remove screws securing control panel to unit, and
pull control panel out of unit to gain access to latch
assembly.
4. Disconnect lead wires from latch motor.
5. Connect jumper cord leads to latch motor.
6. Connect jumper cord to 110 AC power source.
7. Replace if latch motor fails to operate.
8. Reverse procedure to reconnect.
Convection Element Testing
1. Disconnect power to oven.
2. Remove screws securing oven door to hinges and
remove door.
3. Remove screws securing fan cover to gain access
to convection element.
4. Remove screws securing convection element, and
pull gentally outward to gain access to wire
terminals.
5. Remove wire connector from element.
6. Attach ohmmeter leads to each of the element
terminals. Set ohmmeter to RX1 or RX10 scale.
7. Low ohms or continuity should be indicated.
Door Latch Assembly
Auto Latch Switches
Both unlock and lock door latch switches may be
replaced.
1. Perform steps 1 through 3, from “Auto Latch Motor”.
2. Disconnect lead wires from door latch switch
(unlock).
3. Set ohmmeter to the RX1 scale.
4. Attach meter leads to door latch switch (unlock).
5. Depress actuator arm. The meter should read
continuity.
6. Reverse procedure to reconnect.
7. Use the same procedure to test the door latch switch
(lock).
COM NO COM NO
L1 L2
M
120 VAC
Motor
Unlock
Lock
Switch
Switch
S.P.N.O. S.P.N.O.
Broil Element Testing
1. Disconnect power to oven.
2. Remove screws securing oven door to hinges and
remove door.
3. Remove screws securing broil element reflector.
4. Gentally pull downward and out to gain access to
wire terminals.
5. Remove wire connector from element.
6. Attach ohmmeter leads to each of the element
terminals. Set ohmmeter to RX1 or RX10 scale.
7. Low ohms or continuity should be indicated.
Bake Element Testing
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Disconnect power.
Remove oven from wall cutout.
Remove screws securing element panel.
Remove screws securing element access plate.
Remove wire connector from element.
Attach ohmmeter leads to each of the element
terminals. Set ohmmeter to RX1 or RX10 scale.
7. Low ohms or continuity should be indicated.
Double Switch
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Disassembly Procedures
!
WARNING
!
WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury, or
death, disconnect power to unit before servicing.
!
To avoid risk of personal injury or property damage
this unit requires a two man lift when lifting unit in or
out of cutout.
Removing and Replacing Oven
1. Turn off power to the oven at the circuit breaker.
2. Open oven door and remove screws securing unit to
the wall.
3. Pull the oven forward out of the cabinet opening.
4. Disconnect or unplug the power cord leading from
unit to fuse box or junction box depending on unit.
5. Replace the oven using the installation instructions.
Control Panel
1. Turn off power to unit.
2. Open oven door and remove screws securing unit to
the wall.
3. Slide unit approximately 6 inches out of wall cutout.
4. Remove screws securing control panel to unit,
located on the outer portion of trim.
5. Gently pull control panel forward to gain access to
wire terminals.
!
WARNING
While unplugging electrical connections, pins may be
damaged, use extreme care when disconnecting.
WARNING
While unplugging electrical connections, pins may be
damaged, use extreme care when disconnecting.
3. Disconnect all electrical connection from E.R.C. unit.
4. Remove screws securing E.R.C. to control glass
panel.
5. Reverse procedure to reinstall E.R.C..
Transformer/Relay Board
1.
2.
3.
4.
Turn power off to unit.
See “Control Panel” for removal.
Disconnect and label wire terminals.
Release plastic tabs securing circuit board to control
glass panel.
5. Reverse procedure to reinstall.
Oven High Limit/Fan Control Switch
1. Turn power off to unit.
2. Open oven door and remove screws securing unit to
the wall.
3. Remove oven from cutout opening.
4. Disconnect or unplug the power cord leading from
unit to fuse box or junction box depending on unit.
5. Remove screws securing outer wrapper top cover to
outer wrapper cover.
6. Disconnect and label wire terminals connected to
limit switch.
6. Disconnect and label wire terminals.
7. Reverse procedure to reinstall control panel.
Blower
motor
bracket
Electrical
insulator
Blower
motor
Oven
high
limit
Control
panel
assembly
ERC/P.C. Board
1. Turn off power to unit.
2. See “Control Panel” for removal.
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Fan
control
switch
Front of Unit
7. Remove screws securing high limit switch.
8. Reverse procedure to reinstall switches.
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Disassembly Procedures
!
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury, or
death, disconnect power to unit before servicing.
WARNING
Oven Sensor
Convection Fan Blade
1. Turn off power to unit
2. Open oven door or remove oven door, see “Door
Removal”.
3. Remove screws securing sensor to top right rear
corner of oven cavity.
4. Pull sensor forward, manuver wires through
insulation to disconnect wire plug connector.
5. Reverse procedure to reinstall sensor.
1. Turn off power to unit.
2. Open oven door or remove oven door, see “Door
Removal”.
3. Remove screws securing fan cover to rear of oven
cavity.
4. Using an adjustable wrench, and turning clockwise,
remove the nut in center of convection fan blade.
(Nut is Left Hand Thread).
5. Remove fan blade from D stem motor shaft.
Bake Element
NOTE: Behind fan blade is a washer and C clip on
motor shaft which must be in position for
correct reassembly. (To prevent Fan Blade
hitting cavity).
1. Turn off power to unit.
2. Open oven door and remove screws securing unit to
the wall.
3. Remove oven from cutout opening.
4. Disconnect or unplug the power cord leading from
unit to fuse box or junction box depending on unit.
5. Remove screws securing access element panel.
6. Remove screws securing element panel.
7. Disconnect wire terminals from bake element.
8. Remove screws securing element support bracket.
9. Gently pull element support bracket out.
10.Remove screws securing bake element to support
element bracket.
11. Reverse procedure to reinstall bake element.
Broil Element/Broil Element Reflector
1. Turn off power to unit.
2. Open oven door or remove oven door, see “Door
Removal”.
3. Remove screws securing broil element reflector to
top of oven cavity.
4. Pull front of broil element reflector down and forward
to allow disconnection of terminals on each element
leg.
5. Remove rivets securing broil element brackets to
broil element reflector.
6. Reverse procedure to reinstall broil element.
NOTE: Use rivets to fasten broil element brackets to
broil element reflector.
Convection Heating Element
1. Turn off power to unit.
2. Open oven door or remove oven door, see “Door
Removal”.
3. Remove screws securing fan cover to rear of oven
cavity.
4. Remove screws securing convection heating
element to rear wall of oven cavity.
5. Pull element forward to expose wire connections for
disconnection.
6. Reverse procedure to reinstall convection heating
element.
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Convection Fan Motor
1. Turn off power to unit.
2. Open oven door and remove screws securing unit to
the wall.
3. Remove oven from cutout opening.
4. Disconnect or unplug the power cord leading from
unit to fuse box or junction box depending on unit.
5. Remove convection fan blade and spacer washer,
see "Convection Fan Blade" procedure.
6. Remove access fan panel from outer wrapper cover.
7. Disconnect and label wires from convection fan
motor.
8. Remove screws securing convection fan motor
assembly to convection motor mounting bracket.
9. Reverse procedure to reinstall.
Automatic Oven Door Latch Assembly
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Turn off power to unit.
See “Control Panel” for removal.
Disconnect and label wire terminals.
Remove screws securing latch assembly to chassis.
Reverse procedure to reinstall door latch assembly.
Door Plunger Light Switch
1. Turn off power to unit.
2. Remove control glass panel, see “Control Panel”.
3. Squeeze metal tab and push switch outward to gain
access to wire terminals.
4. Label and disconnect wire terminals from switch.
5. Reverse procedure to reinstall.
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Disassembly Procedures
!
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury, or
death, disconnect power to unit before servicing.
WARNING
Oven Light Bulb/Oven Light Socket
1.
2.
3.
4.
Turn off power to unit.
Open oven door to gain access to oven light.
Unscrew (counterclockwise) glass knurled dome.
Using a glove, unscrew (counterclockwise) oven light
bulb.
NOTE: Proceed with the following steps for oven light
socket removal.
5. Remove screws securing unit to the wall.
6. Remove oven from cutout opening.
7. Disconnect or unplug the power cord leading from
unit to fuse box or junction box depending on unit.
8. Remove screws securing outer wrapper top cover
and remove.
9. Carefully displace fiberglass insulation away from rear
of light socket.
10.Push inner assembly of light socket towards rear of
range.
11. Disconnect wires from light socket.
12.Reverse procedure to reinstall light socket.
Reposition insulation around lamp socket. Do not
overtighten.
NOTE: Reposition fiberglass insulation around oven
light socket to eliminate possibility of heat
related problems.
5. Remove broil reflector/element, convection fan cover,
convection element, convection fan blade, oven light
cover, light bulb, oven light socket,heat sensing
element, smoke eliminator screws, and disconnect
ground wire from oven light bracket.
6. Remove screws securing outer wrapper top cover,
and outer wrapper cover.
7. Remove screws securing chip cover and remove
chip cover.
8. Remove screws securing tank hooks, located on the
outside rear of the unit.
9. Using both hands, press upward in the back of oven
cavity to release tank hooks.
10.Grasp either the right or left corners of oven cavity
to manuver cavity outward. If problems arise getting
cavity started outward, use a small thin plastic or
wood prying device in the corners of the cavity to
start cavity moving outward.
11. Transfer oven light bracket to replacement tank.
12.Reverse procedure to assemble.
NOTE: Unit should be run through at least one clean
cycle to set insulation.
Oven Door Removal
1. Open oven door and remove screws securing door
to hinge assembly.
2. Place oven door in first stop position, then grasp
both sides and lift up off the hinges.
3. Reverse procedure to assemble.
Frameless Door Disassembly
Oven Tank Removal
1. Turn off power to unit.
2. Open oven door and remove screws securing unit to
the wall.
3. Remove oven from cutout opening.
4. Disconnect or unplug the power cord leading from
unit to fuse box or junction box depending on unit.
1. Remove oven door, see “Door Removal”.
2. Remove screws on right and left sides of oven door.
3. Remove screws securing door liner to door face
assembly
4. Remove screws securing bottom shield and door
bottom insulation.
5. Remove screws securing inner glass support
securing top glass mounting brackets and bottom
glass mounting brackets.
6. Remove glass mounting bracket and glass window.
7. Remove screws securing heat door liner shield and
remove.
8. Remove screws securing door handle.
9. Reverse procedure to reassemble.
NOTE: When reassembling door, verify HB II marking
on the glass is facing towards the heat (in side
of the oven).
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Disassembly Procedures
!
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury, or
death, disconnect power to unit before servicing.
WARNING
Oven Door Hinge
Vent Assembly/Smoke Eliminator
1. Turn off power to unit.
2. Remove oven door, see “Door Removal”.
3. Carefully open the hinge fully, and insert a wooden
dowel or screwdriver bit into opening marked A on
the following diagram.
4. Remove the top and bottom screws securing hinge
assembly to the front frame.
5. Slide the hinge assembly up and move top of hinge
towards rear of the range. Withdraw hinge
assembly through the frame opening.
6. Reverse procedure to reinstall oven door hinge
assembly.
1. Perform steps 1 through 8 of “Blower Motor”.
2. Remove screws securing vent assembly to outer
cabinet top wrapper.
3. Raise back of vent assembly and slowly maneuver
vent assembly away from unit.
4. Remove screws securing smoke eliminator, located
inside oven on top of oven cavity.
5. Reverse procedure to reinstall.
Outer Trim Assembly
1. Turn off power to unit.
2. Open oven door and remove screws securing unit to
the wall.
3. Slide unit approximately 6 inches out of wall cutout
being carefull to not damage control panel.
4. Remove screws securing outer trim assembly to unit.
5. Reverse procedure to reinstall.
Blower Motor
1. Turn power off to unit.
2. Open oven door and remove screws securing unit to
the wall.
3. Remove oven from cutout opening.
4. Disconnect or unplug the power cord leading from
unit to fuse box or junction box depending on unit.
5. Remove screws securing outer wrapper top cover to
outer wrapper cover.
6. Remove screws securing blower vent bracket to
outer wrapper cover and blower motor assembly.
7. Disconnect and label wire terminals connected to
blower motor.
8. Remove screws securing blower motor assembly to
vent assembly.
9. Reverse procedure to reinstall.
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Disassembly Procedures
!
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury, or
death, disconnect power to unit before servicing.
WARNING
Oven door
gasket
Door
insulation
retainer
Door linner
shield
Window
frame
Glass
window
Door face
assembly
Door
linner
Glass window
double coated
Oven door
insulation
Door
handle
Insulation
Bottom shield
Door Assembly
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Installation Instructions
Packaging Material
Line Voltage Requirements
Remove protective packing materials from oven. Tape
residue can be removed with a soft cloth and alcohol.
Line voltage must not exceed rated voltage. Line
voltage less than rated voltage will result in slow
heating. Wiring system must conform to U.L. Standards
and National Electrical Code. Installation must conform
to all local, municipal and state building codes, and local
utility regulations. Oven must be connected only to a
supplied circuit as specified on rating plate.
This oven requires 3 wires, 115/230-120/240 volts, 60
Hertz A.C. Unit is equipped with a No. 10 ground wire in
conduit. Oven should be fused separately from other
appliances. Verify electric power is off from fuse box to
junction box until oven is installed and ready to operate.
Junction box should be installed in shaded area as
shown and connected to a suitable ground.
Oven DImensions
A
B
F C
I
D
E
H
F
G
A
A. 28 1/4"
B. 3 1/2"
C. 23 1/4"
D. 23 1/8"
E.. 26 5/8"
F. 1 1/16"
G. 1 1/4"
H. 29 3/4"
I. 28 3/8"
Depth of oven with handle 26 1/2"
Depth without handle 24 1/2"
B
C
Oven Location
Oven can be installed in wall or in an undercounter
kitchen cabinet. For installation below cooktops see
source from whom cooktop was purchased, or refer to
cooktops owner’s manual.
Cutout measures 28 1/2" wide x 27 1/4" high. Provide flat
bottom for oven to rest on. Bottom must be level and
flush with bottom edge of opening, and square to front
of cabinet for proper installation.
A. Center of wall oven cutout
B. 2 1/2" from bottom of countertop
C. 14 1/4" from center of cutout
House wiring and fusing must comply with local wiring
codes. If no local codes are applicable, wire in
accordance with the National Electrical Codes.
A. 36"
C. 3 1/2" from floor
E. 27 1/4"
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B. 23 1/2" minimum
D. 28 1/2"
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Installation Instructions
Connecting Wiring
!
WARNING
To avoid risk of personal injury or electrical shock, do
not ground through neutral wire if installation is in a
mobile home or if local codes do not permit
grounding through a neutral.
Improper connections of aluminum house wiring to
copper lead can result in property damage, personal
injury or fire. Use only connectors designed for
joining copper to aluminum and follow manufacturers'
recommended procedure closely.
1. With oven positioned in front of cabinet opening,
connect wire leads extending from conduit to
junction box. Verify neutral (white) wire is connected
to appropriate terminal. Check local code to see
which option should be used in grounding unit.
If oven is used in a mobile home or if local codes do not
permit grounding through neutral, open connection and
use grounding lead to ground unit in accordance with
local codes. Connect neutral lead to branch circuit
neutral conductor in usual manner.
2. Connect red and black wires to appropriate house
electrical wiring.
3. Verify wiring by connecting electrical power at fuse
box and checking for proper operation of unit.
• Some interior parts are finished with a protective
coating of oil. When heated for first time oil will
burn off and there will be some odor and smoke.
• Do not block air openings in bottom front of oven
when making installation.
4. Insert oven into cabinet and check for flush fit to face
of cabinet. If necessary screw unit to cabinet using
holes in top and bottom of trim and screws provided.
Option 1
Attach oven ground wire (green or bare) to junction box
(if grounded) or a suitable ground.
Option 2
Connect oven ground wire (green or bare) to house
ground feed wire (green, bare, or white). If grounding
through white wire, observe above warning.
GRD
W
A
A.
W.
GRD.
Conduit
White neutral wire
Bare ground wire
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Installation Instructions
Wall Oven and Cooktop Combination
Installation Specifications
Installer
NOTE: Save these instructions for local electrical
inspectors use.
Centerline of cabinet
cutout
Leave these instructions and other literature with
consumer for future reference.
Installations specified in these instructions are approved
for the AKT3000, AK2T30, AK2T36, AK2H30, AK2H36,
AKR3000 cooktops, and AKED3060, AKES3060
downdraft cooktops, above AOCS3040 and AOES3030
Amana wall ovens. Stacked and side-by-side wall oven
installation applies to Amana AOCS3040 and AOES3030
wall ovens only.
For additional individual unit requirements and clearances
refer to the installation instructions packaged with the wall
oven and cooktop.
All installations specified are for a 36" cabinet height,
23 1/2" minimum depth, and 3 1/4 x 10" venting.
Oven and Cooktop
junction box
installed in
adjacent cabinet
C
C
C
! WARNING
To avoid property damage or personal injury,
information in these installation specifications must be
followed exactly.
Listed by Underwriter's Laboratories
AKED3060 or AKES3060 Downdraft
Cooktop above AOES3030 or AOCS3040
Wall Oven
Junction box location and 10 1/8 x 3 3/8 inch vent location
indicated in black.
A — 6 inches
B — 4 1/2 inches (from top of countertop)
C — 24 inches
D — 4 3/8 inches from top of countertop to top of vent
cutout
H — 28 1/2 inch wall oven cutout width
I — 27 1/4 inch wall oven cutout height
J — 28 7/8 inch cooktop cutout width
K — 20 5/8 inch cooktop cutout depth
L — 4 1/2 inches from top of countertop to top of wall
oven cutout
K
L
J
I
H
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Installation Instructions
AKED3060 or AKES3060 Downdraft
Cooktop above AOES3030 or AOCS3040
Wall Oven in an Island Application
AK2H36, AK2T36, 36" Electric Cooktop
Installed above AOES3030 or AOCS3040
Wall Oven
Illustration shows dimensions for venting behind, and to
the left side of the wall oven. Left side venting for wider
island applications only. Junction box and vent locations
indicated in black. Grey shaded area indicates wall oven
floor.
Cooktop and wall oven junction box location indicated in
black.
Centerline of cabinet
top cutout
Centerline of
island
top cutout
M
H
A
J
N
G
L
K
H
F
B
A
Junction
box
location
C
I
B
E
F
G
Shaded area
represents
bottom of
wall oven
C
D
E
D
A
B
C
D
—
—
—
—
E
F
G
H
I
—
—
—
—
—
J —
K
L
M
N
—
—
—
—
6 inches
4 1/2 inches (From top of countertop)
24 inches
3 1/2 inches minimum from back wall of island
cabinet and back of wall oven
28 inch minimum island depth
23 1/2 inch minimum
28 1/2 inches
27 1/4 inches
3 1/2 inch minimum from side wall of island to
side wall of oven
6 inches from back of cooktop cutout to back of
vent cutout
4 7/32 inches from centerline to vent cutout
28 7/8 inches
20 5/8 inches
4 1/2 inches from top of countertop to top of wall
oven cutout
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A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
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4 1/2 inches minimum from top of countertop
8 inches maximum
24 inches minimum
28 1/2 inches wall oven cutout width
27 1/4 inches wall oven cutout height
34 1/8 inches cooktop cutout width
20 3/4 inches cooktop cutout depth
3 3/16 inches from top of counter top to top of
wall oven cutout
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Installation Instructions
30" Electric Cooktop AK2H30, AK2T30,
AKR3000, AKT3000, CAK2H30, CAK2T30
Installed above AOES3030 or AOCS3040
Wall Oven
AOES3030 or AOCS3040 Wall Oven Stacked
Installation
Wall oven junction box location indicated in grey.
Cooktop and wall oven junction box location indicated in
black.
Centerline
of cabinet
top cutout
G
H
F
A
B
E
C
D
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
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1
4 /2 inches minimum from top of countertop
8 inches maximum
24 inches minimum
28 1/2 inch wall oven cutout width
27 1/4 inch wall oven cutout height
28 7/8 inch cooktop cutout width
20 3/4 inch cooktop cutout depth
3 3/16 inches from top of countertop to top of wall
oven cutout
A — 2 1/2 inches minimum from top of inside cabinet
B — 14 1/4 inches from center of cutout
C — 24 inches minimum
D — 28 1/2 inch wall oven cutout width
E — 27 1/4 inch wall oven cutout height
F — 3 inch minimum space between wall ovens
For a single wall oven installation recommended height
from floor to bottom of cutout is 32 inches.
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AOES3030 or AOCS3040 Wall Oven Installed Side-by-Side
Wall oven junction box location indicated in grey.
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1 inch minimum from bottom of countertop
14 1/8 inches maximum from center of cutout
24 inches minimum
28 1/2 inch wall oven cutout width
27 1/4 inch wall oven cutout height
1 3/4 inches minimum
7
/8 inches minimum from bottom of countertop
to top of cabinet
0° tilt
Loosen screw
Tilting Control Panel
Control panel can be adjusted to tilt from 0° to 12° to
make more visible.
1. Loosen screws on top, and sides of control panel and
pivot screw on bottom, sides of control panel before
installing oven, or while oven partially pulled from
opening.
2. Adjust control panel to desired angle and retighten
screws.
12° tilt
Pivot screw
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Appendix B
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Programming Instructions—ERC for AOES3030
HR
LIGHT
DELAY
OVEN
CANCEL
:
BAKE CLN STOP TIME
P
R
E
350°
BROIL
DELAY BAKE
CLEAN LOCKED
+
TIMER
ON / OFF
STOP
TIME
-
CLOCK
COOK
TIME
O
N
TIME CONTROL
BAKE
BROIL
CLEAN
OVEN CONTROL
Electronic Oven Control Options
Special Oven Control Functions
LIGHT— Use to turn light on and off inside oven. Light
will automatically turn on when oven door is opened.
Preheat Signal
After setting the oven to cook and selecting a
temperature, oven will preheat. When oven reaches set
temperature, a 1-second signal will sound.
TIMER ON/OFF— Use to time any kitchen function or
cancel timer.
STOP TIME— Use to set delayed bake and delayed self
clean.
CLOCK — Use to set time of day.
OVEN CANCEL— Cancels any cooking or cleaning
function.
End-of-Cycle Signal
When a timed cycle is complete, three long signals will
sound. End of cycle signal will continue to sound until
CANCEL is touched. If TIMER ON/OFF end-of-cycle
signal is sounding, touch TIMER ON/OFF.
COOK TIME — Use to set timed or delayed baking.
BAKE— Use to set bake.
BROIL— Use to set broil
CLEAN— Use to set self-clean.
+
or
-
— Use to select temperature or time.
Child Lockout
This is a safety feature used to prevent children from
accidentally programing oven. It disables electronic oven
control. Touch and hold BAKE and COOK TIME for 5
seconds. “OFF” will display where the temperature
normally appears. To reactivate control, press and hold
BAKE and COOK TIME pads for 5 seconds. Child
lockout feature must be reset after a power failure.
12-hour Automatic Cancel
This is a safety feature that prevents oven from continuing
to operate if it has been left on for over 12 hours. If a
cooking function continues longer than 12 hours without
any oven control options being touched, this feature turns
oven off. Any time an option is touched 12-hour
automatic cancel is reset.
Timer Signal
When time elapses, timer beeps 3 times then once every
10 seconds until cancelled.
Increasing + or - Pad Speed
When setting time and temperature, hold pad to
accelerate rate at which numbers increase or decrease.
Self-diagnostic System
Electronic range control has a self-diagnostic system.
Self-diagnostic system sounds a series of short, rapid
beeps and shows an "F-code" in display when there is a
problem.
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Programming Instructions—ERC for AOES3030
Quick Reference Instructions
Read “Important Safety Information” before using “Quick
Reference Instructions”. If there are unanswered
questions, refer to detailed sections of this manual.
• Oven cooling fan will come on every time an oven
function is selected and may come on during extended
oven operation.
• Oven display will blink once per second after
disconnection of power or initial start up until clock is
reprogrammed.
Setting Clock
1. Press CLOCK pad.
2. Press + or - pad until correct time of day "AM", or
"PM" appears in display.
Setting Minute Timer
1. Press TIMER ON/OFF pad.
2. Press + opad until desired amount of time is
displayed.
• Timer can be set from 5 seconds to 9 hours and 55
minutes.
3. When time elapses timer beeps 3 times then
approximately once every 7 seconds.
• Press TIMER ON/OFF to cancel beep for up to 5
minutes, or press TIMER ON/OFF and + or - to
return to 0:00 .
Baking or Broiling
1. Press BAKE or BROIL pad.
2. Press + or - pad until desired temperature or broiler
setting is displayed.
3. Oven begins baking or broiling automatically.
Canceling Bake or Broil
Press OVEN CANCEL pad.
Self Cleaning
1. Remove oven racks and all utensils from oven. Clean
excess spills from oven.
2. Press CLEAN pad.
3. Press + or - pad to adjust clean time. Clean can be
set from 2 to 4 hours. Minimum recommended
cleaning time is 3 hours.
4. Oven begins cleaning automatically.
Canceling Self-Cleaning Cycle
1. Press OVEN CANCEL pad.
2. When oven has cooled to a safe temperature, door
will unlock.
• When “LOCKED” no longer displays, oven
temperature is safe. Do not force door while
“LOCKED” displays.
Canceling Minute Timer
• Press TIMER ON/OFF pad for approximately 5
seconds.
• When canceling minute timer do not press OVEN
CANCEL pad. Pressing OVEN CANCEL pad cancels
cooking function.
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Programming Instructions—ERC for AOES3030
Bake
Delayed Bake
Open oven door to confirm nothing is stored in oven
cavity and set racks to proper height before baking.
Preheat before placing food inside oven. Bake element is
concealed under the Spillsaver™ oven bottom.
1. Place food in oven.
1. Press BAKE pad.
2. Press + or - pad until desired temperature is
displayed.
• Temperature begins at 350°F and can be set from
170° to 550°F in 5° increments.
• Time of day, temperature, “BAKE”, and “ON”
display.
• Temperature starts at 100°F and increases in 5°
increments until reaching set temperature. Some
minor smoking is normal when using oven for first
time. When cook temperature is reached, oven
signal sounds for approximately 1 second.
3. Press OVEN CANCEL pad when finished.
• Remove food from oven when cooking time has
elapsed. Food left in oven can overcook.
Timed Bake
1. Place food in oven, or preheat oven depending on food
item.
2. Press COOK TIME pad.
3. Press + or - pad until desired cook time is
displayed. Time can be set up to 11 hours and 50
minutes.
4. Press BAKE pad.
5. Press + or - pad until desired temperature is
displayed. Temperature can be set from 170° to
550°F.
• “TIMED”, “BAKE”, will light in display. Oven will
begin to bake at preset time and "ON" will light in
display. When cooking time has elapsed, end-ofcycle signals 3 times and oven will automatically
turn off. End-of-cycle signals every 7 seconds until
cancel is pressed.
• To cancel remaining cooking time press OVEN
CANCEL pad.
• Food should be removed from oven when cooking
time has elapsed. Food left in oven may overcook.
!
CAUTION
To reduce risk of food poisoning due to bacterial growth
and production of toxins, never hold meat, milk, fish or
eggs for more than 2 hours before cooking.
2. Press COOK TIME pad.
3. Press + or - pad until desired cooking time appears
in display. Time can be set up to 11 hours and 50
minutes.
4. Press STOP TIME pad.
5. Press + or - pad until desired stop time appears in
display. Electronic control will calculate start time.
6. Press BAKE pad. 350° will appear in display.
7. Press + or - pad until desired temperature appears
in display. Temperature can be set from
170° to 550° F.
• "DELAY", "TIMED", "BAKE", will light in display.
Oven will begin to bake at preset time and "ON"
will light in display. When cooking time has
elapsed, end-of-cycle signals 3 times and oven will
automatically turn off. End-of-cycle signals every 7
seconds until OVEN CANCEL pad is pressed.
8. When finished press OVEN CANCEL pad.
• To cancel remaining cooking time press OVEN
CANCEL pad.
• Food should be removed from oven when cooking
time has elapsed. Food left in oven may overcook.
Broiling
• Oven door must be closed while broiling.
• Remove excess fat from meat before broiling. Cut
edges of meat to prevent curling.
• Place food on a cold ungreased broiling pan. If pan is
hot, food sticks.
• All food should be turned at least one time, except fish.
Begin broiling with skin side down.
• Season meat after it has browned.
• Broiling does not require preheating.
• Begin cooking using suggested rack levels. See
“ Broiling Guide” section to test broiler results. If food is
not brown enough, cook on a higher rack position. If
food is too brown, cook on a lower rack position.
!
WARNING
• To avoid risk of fire, do not line broiler grid with foil.
Foil may trap grease on top of grid, close to element,
causing a fire.
• Never leave oven unattended while broiling.
Overcooking may result in a fire.
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1. Center food on broiling grid and pan, place in oven.
• Oven door must be closed while broiling.
2. Press BROIL pad.
• “BROIL”, and “---” displays.
3. Press + or - until desired setting is displayed. Broil
can be set from 170°F to HI.
• Oven will begin to broil automatically. "ON",
"BROIL", and the selected setting will be
displayed.
4. When finished press OVEN CANCEL pad.
Self-Cleaning
!
WARNING
To avoid risk of fire, clean excess spills from oven
interior.
• A small amount of smoke is normal when cleaning.
Excessive smoke may indicate too much food residue
has been left in oven or a faulty gasket.
• Clean oven before it gets too dirty. Wipe up large spills
before self-cleaning.
• Do not use cleaning cycle if oven light cover is not
properly in place.
• Oven light will not work during clean cycle.
1. Remove oven racks and all cooking utensils from
oven. Clean excess spills from oven interior.
2. Press CLEAN pad.
3. Press + or - pad until desired cleaning time is
displayed. Clean can be set from 2 to 4 hours.
Recommended clean time is 3 hours.
• Oven will begin to clean automatically. "CLEAN",
"LOCK", and "ON" will light in display. As oven
door locks and unlocks "LOCK" will flash in
display. When door is locked, "LOCK" will remain
in display. When cleaning cycle has elapsed, oven
will automatically turn off. End-of-cycle signal will
not sound.
!
Interrupt Self-Cleaning Cycle
1. Press OVEN CANCEL pad.
2. When oven has cooled to a safe temperature, door
will unlock and can be opened.
Delayed Self-Cleaning
1. Remove oven racks and all cooking utensils from
oven. Clean excess spills from oven interior.
2. Press CLEAN pad.
3. Press + or - until desired cleaning time is
displayed.
4. Press STOP TIME pad.
5. Press + or - until desired stopping time is
displayed. A starting time will automatically be
calculated based on amount of cleaning time and
stop time.
• "DELAY", "CLEAN", and "LOCK" will light in
display. As oven door locks and unlocks "LOCK"
will flash in display. Oven will begin to clean at
preset time and "ON" will light in display. When
cycle is complete oven will automatically turn off.
!
CAUTION
To avoid risk of personal injury, do not touch oven vents
or areas around vents during self-cleaning. These areas
can become hot enough to cause burns.
To avoid risk of damage to automatic locking system,
do not try to force oven door open when "LOCK" is
flashing in display.
• When oven has cooled to safe temperature, "LOCK"
will disappear from display and door can be opened.
Interrupt Self-Cleaning Cycle
1. Press OVEN CANCEL pad.
2. When oven has cooled to a safe temperature, "LOCK"
will disappear from display and door can be opened.
CAUTION
To avoid risk of personal injury, do not touch oven vents
or areas around vents during self-cleaning. These areas
can become hot enough to cause burns.
To avoid risk of damage to automatic locking system,
do not try to force oven door open when "LOCK" is
flashing in display.
• When oven has cooled to a safe temperature,
"LOCK" will disappear from display and door can be
opened. "LOCK" will flash in display while unlocking.
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Programming Instructions—ERC for AOES3030
Adjusting Oven Temperature
Service Tones and Codes
Oven temperature has been factory calibrated and tested.
In unlikely event that oven consistently overcooks or
undercooks food, oven temperature can be adjusted.
Electronic range control has a self-diagnostic system.
Self-diagnostic system sounds a series of short, rapid
beeps and shows an “F-code” in display when there is a
problem. When electronic range control signals a
problem, follow steps listed below.
1. Press BAKE pad.
2. Press + ountil an oven temperature greater than
500°F shows in display.
3. Immediately press and hold BAKE pad until "00"
appears in display, approximately 5 seconds.
4. To decrease oven temperature (for cooler oven), press
r - until negative numbers appear. Oven can be
adjusted from 05° to 35° lower. To avoid over-adjusting
oven move temperature -5° each time.
5. To increase oven temperature (for a warmer oven)
press + ountil positive number’s appear. Oven can be
set from 05° to 35° higher. To avoid overadjusting
oven, move temperature 5° each time.
6. Press OVEN CANCEL pad. Temperature adjustment
will be retained even through a power failure.
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1. Record “F-code” shown.
• See, DIGIT FAILURE DISPLAY in “ERC Warnings
and Failure Codes” section.
2. Disconnect electrical supply.
• Pressing OVEN CANCEL pad or disconnecting
electrical supply may eliminate “F-code”. If failure
continues, contact an authorized servicer.
3. Contact an authorized servicer to check range.
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Testing Procedures
!
To avoid the risk of electric shock, personal injury or
death, disconnect power before servicing, unless testing
requires it.
WARNING
Service Information
Quick Test Procedure
The ERC operates in conjunction with a separate relay/
power supply circuit board, and oven temperature
sensor(s) to control all bake, broil, convection, and self
clean functions.
“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. The quick test
mode cannot be reactivated until power is disconnected
from oven, and must be accessed within 5 minutes of
powering up.
The ERC is connected through to a function panel to
control minute timer, clock, stop time, oven light, panel
light, cancel, bake, cook time, broil, convection bake,
convection, convection broil, and clean. Slew pads are
used to set times and temperatures.
The mylar control panel provides direct input to the ERC
to control all functions.
The ERC display consists of two digital readouts which
displays all timing functions, and all temperature
functions.
The relay/power supply circuit board consists of relays
for convection fan, oven light, convection element, bake,
broil, door lock, and double line break operations
controlled by the ERC, and a step down transformer with
two secondary windings which convert 120 VAC input to
filament voltage to power the ERC display.
The oven temperature sensor is mounted in the oven
cavity and connected to the J4 connector on the rear of
the ERC. As the oven temperature increases, the sensor
resistance also increases. The ERC converts this
resistance change to a corresponding temperature
readout and to cycle the relay(s) to maintain the desired
temperature setting.
The ERC is also capable of sensing certain failure
conditions which can occur in the oven temperature
sensor(s), the self clean latch switch(es) the adaptor
board or the ERC itself. If the ERC senses a failure,
power will be removed from the relays, an alarm will
sound and a failure code will be displayed.
NOTE: To enter quick test mode, this must be the first
key pad entered after power is applied.
1. Apply power to oven press and hold COOK TIME
pad for 5 seconds.
2. Display will read the following:
Pad
CLEAN
Response
Double Line Break (DLB) on and
door lock status code displayed
BAKE
DLB and Bake on
CONV. BAKE DLB, Bake and Conv Fan on
CONVECTION DLB, Conv. Element and Fan on
BROIL
DLB and Broil on
CONV. BROIL DLB, Broil and Conv. Fan on
STOP TIME
Beeper on
COOK TIME
Displays manufacturer code and
sensor readings “000”=open sensor
TIMER
Displays dashes
CLOCK
All display segments illuminated
OVEN LIGHT Oven light on
CANCEL
Exit Quicktest
SLEW
Sequences through display
segments
Each major component of the Electronic Range Control
system is serviced as a separate part. However, each
component and related wire harness must be tested prior
to replacing an individual component.
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Testing Procedures
!
To avoid the risk of electric shock, personal injury or
death, disconnect power before servicing, unless testing
requires it.
WARNING
ERC Warnings and Failure Codes
The Electronic Range Control is capable of detecting
certain failures within the ERC, along with oven
temperature sensor and self clean door latch switch.
The warnings and failure codes which may appear on the
display:
If "d o o r" flashes in display, switch positions can only
be displayed in Quicktest mode by touching clean pad,
as shown below:
0
1
2
3
both switches are open
unlock switch closed, lock switch open
lock switch closed, unlock switch open
both switches are closed
The Quick-Test mode can be used to verify relay
operation on the transformer/relay board. If the relay
engages (clicks) during Quick Test mode it is generally
operative.
Transformer/Relay Module
The relays for oven light, bake, broil, convection element,
convection fan and double line break are controlled by
approximately 24 VDC signal from the ERC. Input voltage
is 102 - 132 VAC.
Testing of the relays is with voltage applied to oven after
attaching voltmeter leads to appropriate terminals.
DIGIT FAILURE DISPLAY
F1
control malfuction - Replace ERC
F2
oven over temperature - Check Sensor Wiring,
Sensor, and Temperature Limiter
F3
open sensor or sensor circuit (>3000) - Check Sensor
Resistance and Wiring
F4
shorted sensor or sensor circuit (<500) - Check Sensor
Resistance and Wiring
F7
shorted input key - Verify control panel to p.c. board
connection, test control panel continuity,
Replace Control Panel
F9
door lock or door lock circuitry malfunction Check Latch Switch, check plunger switch
FF
door lock circuitry malfunction at clean temperatures Check Latch Switch and Door Motor,
check plunger switch
Temperature Calibration Offset
The ERC incorporates ± 35°F. calibration offset
capabilities for the oven. This adjustment will not effect
the cleaning cycle temperature and will remain in
memory if power is interrupted. Follow the procedures as
listed to calibrate oven.
1. Press BAKE pad.
2. Press + ountil an oven temperature greater than
500°F shows in display.
3. Immediately Press and hold BAKE pad until "00"
appears in display, approximately 5 seconds.
4. To decrease oven temperature (for cooler oven), press
r - until negative numbers appear.
Oven can be adjusted from -05° to -35° lower. To avoid
over-adjusting oven move temperature -5° each time.
5. To increase oven temperature (for a warmer oven)
press + ountil positive number appear. Oven can be
set from 05° to 35° higher. To avoid over adjusting
oven, move temperature 5° each time.
6. Press OVEN CANCEL pad. Temperature adjustment
will be retained even through a power failure.
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Function Switch Connection Check
Procedure
NOTE: If bake or broil do not work the first test would be
the relay for double line break.
Double Line Break—K6
Drive voltage indicated at J1 connector Pins 1–3.
1. Turn off power to oven.
2. Attach voltmeter lead to E5 connector on relay board.
3. Attach voltmeter lead to E18 connector on relay
module.
4. Turn on power and touch bake, broil, or convection.
5. If 240 VAC is indicated the double line break relay is
closing. Otherwise, replace the transformer/relay
board.
Bake Relay—K4
Double line break relay okay. Drive voltage at J1
connector Pins 3–5.
1. Turn off power to oven.
2. Attach voltmeter lead to E18 connector on relay
board.
3. Attach voltmeter lead to E11 (BK) connector on relay
module.
4. Turn on power and touch the bake pad.
5. If 240 VAC is indicated bake relay is operating.
Broil Relay—K5
Double line break relay okay. Drive voltage at J1
connector Pins 3–6.
1. Turn off power to oven.
2. Attach voltmeter lead to E18 connector on relay
board.
3. Attach voltmeter lead to E12 (BR) connector on relay
module.
4. Turn on power and touch broil pad.
5. If 240 VAC is indicated broil relay is operating.
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Testing Procedures
!
To avoid the risk of electric shock, personal injury or
death, disconnect power before servicing, unless testing
requires it.
WARNING
Oven Light Relay—K10
Display (Filament) Voltage
Drive voltage at J1 connector Pins 1–4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1. Turn off power to oven.
2. Attach voltmeter lead to E3 (neutral) connector on
relay module.
3. Attach voltmeter lead to E17 connector on relay
module.
4. Turn on power and touch oven light pad.
5. If 120 VAC is indicated oven light relay is operating.
Turn power on, turn meter to VAC scale.
Touch meter lead to J1-1 terminal.
Touch meter to J1-14 terminal
Meter should indicate 3.2 VADC.
Door Lock Relay—K3
Double line break relay okay. Drive voltage at J1
connector Pins 1–9.
1. Turn off power to oven.
2. Attach voltmeter lead to E3 (neutral) connector on
relay module.
3. Attach voltmeter lead to E8 connector on relay
module.
4. Turn on power and program cleaning cycle operation.
5. Two indications will be present during this test.
a. 120 VAC will be present when the lock assembly
is being engaged.
b. 0 VAC is indicated when the door is locked and
cleaning cycle is operational.
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Appendix C
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Programming Instructions—ERC for AOCS3040
AM
LIGHT
HR
PM
CLEAN OVEN
OVEN
CANCEL
°
:
P
R
E
350
+
TIMER
ON / OFF
STOP
TIME
-
CLOCK
COOK
TIME
CONV BROIL PREDELAY TIMED BAKE
STOP ON TIMER
BROIL
THERMAL
CLEAN LOCK ON
TIME CONTROL
BAKE
CONV
BAKE
CONV
CONV
BROIL
CLEAN
CONVECTION
MULTI-MODE OVEN
Electronic Oven Control Options
Special Oven Control Functions
LIGHT — Use to turn light on or off inside oven. Light will
automatically turn on when oven door is opened.
Preheat Signal
After setting oven to cook and selecting a temperature,
oven will preheat. When the oven reaches the set
temperature, a 1-second signal will sound.
TIMER ON/OFF — Use to time any kitchen function or
cancel timer.
STOP TIME — Use to set delayed bake and delayed self
clean.
CLOCK — Use to set time of day.
OVEN CANCEL — Cancel any cooking or cleaning
function.
End-of-Cycle Signal
When a timed cycle is complete, three long signals will
sound. End of cycle signal will continue to sound until
CANCEL is touched. If TIMER ON/OFF end-of-cycle
signal is sounding, touch TIMER ON/OFF.
COOK TIME — Use to set timed or delayed cooking.
BAKE — Use to set bake.
BROIL — Use to set broil.
CONV BAKE — Use to set convection bake.
CONV — Use to set convection.
CONV BROIL — Use to set convection broil.
CLEAN — Use to set self-clean.
+
or
-
Child Lockout
This is a safety feature used to prevent children from
accidentally programing oven. It disables electronic oven
control. Touch and hold BAKE and COOK TIME for 5
seconds. “OFF” will display where the temperature
normally appears. To reactivate control, touch and hold
BAKE and COOK TIME for 5 seconds. Child lockout
feature must be reset after a power failure.
— Use to select temperature or time.
12 Hour Automatic Cancel
This is a safety feature that prevents oven from continuing
to operate if it has been left on for over 12-hours. If a
cooking function continues longer that 12-hours without
any options on oven control being touched, this feature
turns oven off. Any time an option is touched, 12-hour
automatic cancel is reset.
Timer Signal
When time elapses, timer beeps 3 times then once every
10 seconds until cancelled.
Increasing + or - Pad Speed
When setting time and temperature, hold pad to
accelerate rate at which numbers increase or decrease.
Self-diagnostic System
Electronic range control has a self-diagnostic system.
Self-diagnostic system sounds a series of short, rapid
beeps and shows a "F-code" in display when there is a
problem.
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Programming Instructions—ERC for AOCS3040
Quick Reference Instructions
Read “Important Safety Information” before using
“Quick Reference Instructions”. If there are unanswered
questions, refer to detailed sections of this manual.
• Oven display will blink once per second after
disconnection of power or initial start up until clock is
programmed.
• Oven cooling fan will come on when an oven function
is selected.
Setting Clock
1. Press CLOCK pad.
2. Press + or - until correct time of day “AM” or “PM”
appears in display.
Setting Minute Timer
1. Press TIMER ON/OFF pad.
2. Press + ountil desired amount of time appears in
display. Timer can be set from 5 second to 9 hours
and 50 seconds.
Canceling Bake, Convection Bake, Convection,
Broil or Convection Broil
Touch OVEN CANCEL.
• Smoke and odor are normal when using oven first
several times. To eliminate subsequent smoking and
odor, set oven to bake at 350° for approximately 2
hours. Any discoloration or residue collected around
vent area can be cleaned with a nonabrasive cleaner
such as Soft Scrub® without bleach and a dampened
cloth.
Self-Cleaning
1. Remove oven rack and all utensils from oven.
2. Press CLEAN pad.
3. Press + or - until desired cleaning time is
displayed. Clean can be set from 2 to 4 hours.
Minimum recommended cleaning time is 3 hours.
4. Oven door will automatically lock and cleaning cycle
will begin within 5 seconds.
Canceling Minute Timer
• Press and hold TIMER ON/OFF pad for
approximately 5 seconds.
• When canceling Minute Timer do not touch OVEN
CANCEL. Pressing OVEN CANCEL pad will cancel
cooking function.
Bake, Convection Bake, Convection, Broil or
Convection Broil
1. Touch desired function. (Example BAKE)
2. Touch + or - until desired temperature is displayed
or “HI” for broil or convection broil.
3. Oven will begin heating within 5 seconds.
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Programming Instructions—ERC for AOCS3040
Bake and Convection Bake
1. Press BAKE or CONVECTION BAKE pad. 350° will
appear in display.
2. Press + or - until desired temperature appears in
display. Temperature can be set from 170° to 550°F.
• Oven will begin heating automatically. “PREBAKE" or "CONV PRE-BAKE” will light in display.
Preheat 10 minutes or until preheat signal is
heard and “PRE” disappears from display before
placing food inside. Temperature display will
increase in 5° increments starting at 170°F until
reaching set temperature.
3. When finished press OVEN CANCEL pad.
Timed Bake or Convection Bake
Convection bake requires pre-heating. Convection bake
is best for cooking casseroles, roasting meats, and
timely baking.
1. Place food in oven, or pre-heat oven depending on
food item.
2. Press COOK TIME pad.
3. Press + or - until desired cooking time appears in
display. Time can be set up to 11 hours and 50
minutes.
4. Press BAKE or CONVECTION BAKE pad.
5. Press + or - until desired temperature appears in
display. Temperature can be set from 170°F to
550°F.
• “TIMED”, “BAKE”, or “CONV BAKE”, will light in
display. Oven will begin to bake at preset time
and "ON" will light in display. When cooking time
has elapsed, end-of-cycle signal will sound 3
times and oven will automatically turn off. End-ofcycle signal will continue to sound every 7
seconds until cancel is pressed.
• To cancel remaining cooking time press OVEN
CANCEL pad.
• Food should be removed from oven when
cooking time has elapsed. Food left in oven may
overcook.
Delayed Bake or Convection Bake
1. Place food in oven.
!
WARNING
To reduce risk of food poisoning due to bacterial
growth and production of toxins, never hold meat,
milk, fish or eggs for more than 2 hours before
cooking.
2. Press COOK TIME pad.
3. Press + or - until desired cooking time appears in
display. Time can be set up to 11 hours and 50
minutes.
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4. Press STOP TIME pad.
5. Press + or - until desired stop time appears in
display. Electronic control will calculate start time.
6. Press BAKE or CONV BAKE pad. 350° will appear
in display.
7. Press + or - until desired temperature appears in
display. Temperature can be set from 170° to 550°F.
• “DELAY”, “TIMED”, “BAKE” or “CONV BAKE” will
light in display. Oven will begin to bake at preset
time and “ON” will light in display. When cooking
time has elapsed, end of cycle signal will sound 3
times and oven will automatically turn off. End of
cycle signal will continue to sound every 7
seconds until OVEN CANCEL pad is pressed.
8. When finished press OVEN CANCEL pad.
• To cancel remaining cooking time press OVEN
CANCEL pad.
• Food should be removed from oven when
cooking time has elapsed. Food left in oven may
overcook.
Convection
1. Press CONV pad. 350° will appear in display.
2. Press + or - until desired temperature appears in
display. Temperature can be set from 170° to 550°F.
• Preheat approximately 10 minutes or until
preheat signal is heard before placing food inside.
Temperature display will increase in 5°
increments starting at 170°F until reaching set
temperature. Some minor smoking is normal
when using oven for first time.
3. When finished press CANCEL pad.
Timed Convection
1. Place food in oven.
2. Press COOK TIME pad.
3. Press + or - until desired cooking time appears in
display. Time can be set up to 11 hours and 50
minutes.
4. Press CONV pad. 350° will appear in display.
5. Press + or - until desired temperature appears in
display. Temperature can be set from 170° to 550°F.
• “CONV”, and “TIMED” will light in display. Oven
will begin to bake and “ON” will light in display.
When cooking time has elapsed, and end of cycle
signal will sound 3 times and oven will
automatically turn off. End of cycle signal will
continue to sound every 7 seconds until OVEN
CANCEL pad is pressed.
6. When finished press OVEN CANCEL pad.
• Food should be removed from oven when
cooking time has elapsed. Food left in oven may
overcook.
• To cancel remaining cooking time press OVEN
CANCEL pad.
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Programming Instructions—ERC for AOCS3040
Delayed Convection
!
1. Place food in oven.
!
WARNING
To reduce risk of food poisoning due to bacterial
growth and production of toxins, never hold meat,
milk, fish or eggs for more than 2 hours before
cooking.
2. Press COOK TIME pad.
3. Press + or - until desired cooking time appears in
display. Time can be set up to 11 hours and 50
minutes.
4. Press STOP TIME pad.
5. Press + or - until desired stop time appears in
display. Electronic control will calculate start time.
6. Press CONV pad. 350° will appear in display.
7. Press + or - until desired temperature appears in
display. Temperature can be set form 170° to 550°F.
• "DELAY", "TIMED", and "CONV" will light in
display. Oven will begin to bake at preset time
and "ON" will light in display. When cooking time
has elapsed, end of cycle signal will sound 3
times and oven will automatically turn off. End of
cycle signal will continue to sound every 7
seconds until OVEN CANCEL pad is pressed.
8. When finished press OVEN CANCEL pad.
• Food should be removed from oven when
cooking time has elapsed. Food left in oven may
overcook.
• To cancel remaining cooking time press OVEN
CANCEL pad.
To avoid risk of fire, do not line broiler grid with foil.
Foil may trap grease on top of grid close to burner
causing a fire.
Never leave oven unattended while broiling.
Overcooking could result in a fire.
2. Oven door should be closed.
3. Press BROIL or CONV. BROIL pad. “HI” will appear
in display.
4. Press + or - until desired setting is displayed. Broil
can be set from 170°F to HI.
• Oven will begin to broil automatically. “ON”,
"BROIL”, or “CONV BROIL” and the selected
setting will be displayed.
5. When finished press OVEN CANCEL pad.
Convection Dehydration
Convection dehydration is an excellent way to preserve
fresh foods. The best way to become familiar with
dehydration is using fruits, vegetables, herbs and
spices.
1. Place food on dehydration rack or cookie sheet in
middle of oven.
2. Open door to first stop position.
3. Press CONV. BAKE pad.
4. Press
or - until 170° appears in display.
Oven is equipped with a 12 hour automatic cancel
feature. If dehydration time is longer than 12 hours,
control will need to be reset.
5. When finished press OVEN CANCEL pad.
Broil and Convection Broil
• Remove excess fat from meat before broiling. Cut
edges of meat to prevent curling.
• Place food on a cold ungreased broiling pan. If pan is
hot food will stick.
• Fish should be broiled with skin side down. When
using BROIL, all food except fish should be turned at
least one time. It is not necessary to turn foods when
using CONV BROIL.
• Season meat after it has browned.
• Broiling does not require preheating.
• Begin cooking using suggested rack levels on broiling
chart to test broiler results. If food is not brown
enough, cook on a higher position. If food is too
brown, cook on a lower position.
1. Center food on broiling grid and pan, place food in
oven. When using convection broil, place food on
convection broil rack.
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WARNING
Dehydration Tips
Fruits
• Always start with fresh fruit.
• Cut fruit in equal pieces approximately 1/8” thick.
Thinner pieces will dry quicker.
• Fruits need to be dipped into an antioxidant, a colorkeeping preservative, or two parts water and one part
lemon juice. Treating fruit with an antioxidant will help
it retain vitamins, color and flavor.
Vegetables
Most vegetables require blanching to inactivate
enzymes.
Herbs and Spices
• Herbs and spices dry quickly.
• Check every 30 minutes to avoid over-drying.
• When drying herbs, leaf clusters should be separated
from stems.
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Programming Instructions—ERC for AOCS3040
Self-Cleaning
Delayed Self-Cleaning
• A small amount of smoke is normal when cleaning.
Excessive smoke may indicate too much food
residue has been left in oven or a faulty gasket.
• Oven should be cleaned before it gets too dirty. Wipe
up large spills before self-cleaning.
• Do not use self-cleaning cycle if oven light cover is
not properly in place.
• Oven light will not work during clean cycle.
1. Remove oven racks and all cooking utensils from
oven. Clean excess spills from oven interior.
2. Press CLEAN pad.
3. Press + or - until desired cleaning time is
displayed. Clean can be set from 2 to 4 hours.
Recommended clean time is 3 hours.
• Oven will begin to clean automatically. “CLEAN”,
“LOCK”, and “ON” will light in display. As oven
door locks and unlocks “LOCK” will flash in
display. When door is locked, “LOCK” will remain
in display. When cleaning cycle has elapsed,
oven will automatically turn off. End-of-cycle
signal will not sound.
1. Remove oven racks and all cooking utensils from
oven. Clean excess spills from oven interior.
2. Press CLEAN pad.
3. Press + or - until desired cleaning time is
displayed.
4. Press STOP TIME pad.
5. Press + or - until desired stopping time is
displayed. A starting time will automatically be
calculated based on amount of cleaning time and
stop time.
• “DELAY”, “CLEAN”, and “LOCK” will light in
display. As oven door locks and unlocks “LOCK”
will flash in display. Oven will begin to clean at
preset time and “ON” will light in display. When
cycle is complete oven will automatically turn off.
!
CAUTION
To avoid risk of personal injury do not touch oven
vents or areas around vents during self-cleaning.
These areas can become hot enough to cause burns.
To avoid risk of damage to automatic locking system,
do not try to force oven door open when “LOCK” is
flashing in display.
• When oven has cooled to a safe temperature,
“LOCK” will disappear from display and door can
be opened. "LOCK" will flash in display while
unlocking.
CAUTION
To avoid risk of damage to automatic locking system,
do not try to force oven door open when “LOCK” is
flashing in display.
• When oven has cooled to safe temperature,
“LOCK” will disappear from display and door can
be opened.
Canceling Self-Cleaning Cycle
1. Press OVEN CANCEL pad.
2. When oven has cooled to a safe temperature,
“LOCK” will disappear from display and door can be
opened.
Adjusting Oven Temperature
Interrupt Self-Cleaning Cycle
1. Pres OVEN CANCEL pad.
2. When oven has cooled to a safe temperature, lock
will disappear from display and door can be opened.
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!
To avoid risk of personal injury do not touch oven
vents or areas around vents during self-cleaning.
These areas can become hot enough to cause burns.
Oven temperature has been factory calibrated and
tested. In unlikely event that oven consistently
overcooks or undercooks food, oven temperature can
be adjusted.
1. Press BAKE pad.
2. Press + ountil an oven temperature greater than
500°F shows in display.
3. Immediately Press and hold BAKE pad until "00"
appears in display, approximately 5 seconds.
4. To decrease oven temperature (for cooler oven),
pressr - until negative numbers appear.
Oven can be adjusted from -05° to -35° lower. To
avoid over-adjusting oven move temperature -5°
each time.
5. To increase oven temperature (for a warmer oven)
press + ountil positive number’s appear. Oven can
be set from 05° to 35° higher. To avoid over
adjusting oven, move temperature 5° each time.
6. Press OVEN CANCEL pad. Temperature adjustment
will be retained even through a power failure.
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Testing Procedures
!
To avoid the risk of electric shock, personal injury or
death, disconnect power before servicing, unless testing
requires it.
WARNING
Service Information
Quick Test Procedure
The ERC operates in conjunction with a separate relay/
power supply circuit board, and oven temperature
sensor(s) to control all bake, broil, convection, and self
clean functions.
“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. The quick
test mode cannot be reactivated until power is
disconnected from oven, and must be accessed within
5 minutes of powering up.
The ERC is connected through to a function panel to
control minute timer, clock, stop time, oven light, panel
light, cancel, bake, cook time, broil, convection bake,
convection, convection broil, and clean. Slew pads are
used to set times and temperatures.
The mylar control panel provides direct input to the
ERC to control all functions.
The ERC display consists of two digital readouts which
displays all timing functions, and all temperature
functions.
The relay/power supply circuit board consists of relays
for convection fan, oven light, convection element,
bake, broil, door lock, and double line break operations
controlled by the ERC, and a step down transformer
with two secondary windings which convert 120 VAC
input to filament voltage to power the ERC display.
The oven temperature sensor is mounted in the oven
cavity and connected to the J4 connector on the rear of
the ERC. As the oven temperature increases, the
sensor resistance also increases. The ERC converts
this resistance change to a corresponding temperature
readout and to cycle the relay(s) to maintain the desired
temperature setting.
The ERC is also capable of sensing certain failure
conditions which can occur in the oven temperature
sensor(s), the self clean latch switch(es) the adaptor
board or the ERC itself. If the ERC senses a failure,
power will be removed from the relays, an alarm will
sound and a failure code will be displayed.
NOTE: To enter Quick Test mode, this must be the
first key pad entered after power is applied.
1. Apply power to oven press and hold COOK TIME
pad for 5 seconds.
2. Display will read the following:
Pad
CLEAN
Response
Double Line Break (DLB) on and
door lock status code displayed
BAKE
DLB and Bake on
CONV. BAKE DLB, Bake and Conv Fan on
CONVECTION DLB, Conv. Element and Fan on
BROIL
DLB and Broil on
CONV. BROIL DLB, Broil and Conv. Fan on
STOP TIME
Beeper on
COOK TIME
Displays manufacturer code and
sensor readings “000”=open sensor
TIMER
Displays dashes
CLOCK
All display segments illuminated
OVEN LIGHT Oven light on
CANCEL
Exit Quicktest
SLEW
Sequences through display
segments
Each major component of the Electronic Range Control
system is serviced as a separate part. However, each
component and related wire harness must be tested
prior to replacing an individual component.
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Testing Procedures
!
To avoid the risk of electric shock, personal injury or
death, disconnect power before servicing, unless testing
requires it.
WARNING
ERC Warnings and Failure Codes
The Electronic Range Control is capable of detecting
certain failures within the ERC, along with oven
temperature sensor and self clean door latch switch.
The warnings and failure codes which may appear on
the display:
If "d o o r" flashes in display, switch positions can only
be displayed in Quicktest mode by touching clean pad,
as shown below:
0
1
2
3
both switches are open
unlock switch closed, lock switch open
lock switch closed, unlock switch open
both switches are closed
The Quick-Test mode can be used to verify relay
operation on the transformer/relay board. If the relay
engages (clicks) during Quick Test mode it is generally
operative.
Transformer/Relay Module
The relays for oven light, bake, broil, convection
element, convection fan and double line break are
controlled by approximately 24 VDC signal from the
ERC. Input voltage is 102 - 132 VAC.
Testing of the relays is with voltage applied to oven after
attaching voltmeter leads to appropriate terminals.
DIGIT FAILURE DISPLAY
F1
control malfuction - Replace ERC
F2
oven over temperature - Check Sensor Wiring,
Sensor, and Temperature Limiter
F3
open sensor or sensor circuit (>3000) - Check Sensor
Resistance and Wiring
F4
shorted sensor or sensor circuit (<500) - Check Sensor
Resistance and Wiring
F7
shorted input key - Verify control panel to p.c. board
connection, test control panel continuity,
Replace Control Panel
F9
door lock or door lock circuitry malfunction Check Latch Switch, check plunger switch
FF
door lock circuitry malfunction at clean temperatures Check Latch Switch and Door Motor,
check plunger switch
NOTE: If bake, broil, or convection do not work the first
test would be the relay for double line break.
Temperature Calibration Offset
The ERC incorporates ± 35°F. calibration offset
capabilities for the oven. This adjustment will not effect
the cleaning cycle temperature and will remain in
memory if power is interrupted. Follow the procedures
as listed to calibrate oven.
1. Press BAKE pad.
2. Press + ountil an oven temperature greater than
500°F shows in display.
3. Immediately Press and hold BAKE pad until "00"
appears in display, approximately 5 seconds.
4. To decrease oven temperature (for cooler oven),
pressr - until negative numbers appear.
Oven can be adjusted from -05° to -35° lower. To
avoid over-adjusting oven move temperature -5°
each time.
5. To increase oven temperature (for a warmer oven)
press + ountil positive number appear. Oven can be
set from 05° to 35° higher. To avoid over adjusting
oven, move temperature 5° each time.
6. Press OVEN CANCEL pad. Temperature adjustment
will be retained even through a power failure.
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Function Switch Connection Check
Procedure
Double Line Break—K6
Drive voltage indicated at J1 connector Pins 1–3.
1. Turn off power to oven.
2. Attach voltmeter lead to E5 connector on relay board.
3. Attach voltmeter lead to E18 connector on relay
module.
4. Turn on power and touch bake, broil, or convection.
5. If 240 VAC is indicated the double line break relay is
closing. Otherwise, replace the transformer/relay
board.
Bake Relay—K4
Double line break relay okay. Drive voltage at J1
connector Pins 3–5.
1. Turn off power to oven.
2. Attach voltmeter lead to E18 connector on relay
board.
3. Attach voltmeter lead to E11 (BK) connector on relay
module.
4. Turn on power and touch the bake pad.
5. If 240 VAC is indicated bake relay is operating.
Broil Relay—K5
Double line break relay okay. Drive voltage at J1
connector Pins 3–6.
1. Turn off power to oven.
2. Attach voltmeter lead to E18 connector on relay
board.
3. Attach voltmeter lead to E12 (BR) connector on relay
module.
4. Turn on power and touch broil pad.
5. If 240 VAC is indicated broil relay is operating.
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Testing Procedures
!
To avoid the risk of electric shock, personal injury or
death, disconnect power before servicing, unless testing
requires it.
WARNING
Convection Element Relay—K2
Door Lock Relay—K3
Double line break relay okay. Drive voltage at J1
connector Pins 3–11.
Double line break relay okay. Drive voltage at J1
connector Pins 1–9.
1. Turn off power to oven.
2. Attach voltmeter lead to E18 connector on relay
board.
3. Attach voltmeter lead to E6 (CV EL) connector on
relay module.
4. Turn on power and touch convection pad.
5. If 240 VAC is indicated convection element relay is
operating.
1. Turn off power to oven.
2. Attach voltmeter lead to E3 (neutral) connector on
relay module.
3. Attach voltmeter lead to E8 connector on relay
module.
4. Turn on power and program cleaning cycle
operation.
5. Two indications will be present during this test.
a. 120 VAC will be present when the lock assembly
is being engaged.
b. 0 VAC is indicated when the door is locked and
cleaning cycle is operational.
Convection Fan Relay—K1
Drive voltage at J1 connector Pins 1–7.
1. Turn off power to oven.
2. Attach volt meter lead to E3 (neutral) connector on
relay module.
3. Attach volt meter lead to E4 (CVF) connector on
relay module.
4. Turn on power and touch convection pad.
5. If 120VAC is indicated convection fan relay is
operating.
Display (Filament) Voltage
1.
2.
3.
4.
Turn power on, turn meter to VAC scale.
Touch meter lead to J1-1 terminal.
Touch meter to J1-14 terminal
Meter should indicate 3.2 VADC.
Oven Light Relay—K10
Drive voltage at J1 connector Pins 1–4.
1. Turn off power to oven.
2. Attach voltmeter lead to E3 (neutral) connector on
relay module.
3. Attach voltmeter lead to E17 connector on relay
module.
4. Turn on power and touch oven light pad.
5. If 120 VAC is indicated oven light relay is operating.
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