31-9107 GE - 2003 Monogram Stainless Steel Hoods

GE Consumer Products
TECHNICAL SERVICE GUIDE
2003 Monogram
30-, 36-, and 48 in.
Stainless Steel Hoods
MODEL SERIES:
ZV30RS
ZV30SS
ZV30TS
ZV36RS
ZV36SS
ZV36TS
ZV48RS
ZV48SS
ZV48TS
Technical Consultant:
Tom Ledbetter
Cincinnati Zone
PUB # 31-9107 08/03
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IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE
The information in this service guide is intended for use by
individuals possessing adequate backgrounds of electrical,
electronic, and mechanical experience. Any attempt to repair a
major appliance may result in personal injury and property
damage. The manufacturer or seller cannot be responsible for the
interpretation of this information, nor can it assume any liability in
connection with its use.
WARNING
To avoid personal injury, disconnect power before servicing this
product. If electrical power is required for diagnosis or test
purposes, disconnect the power immediately after performing the
necessary checks.
RECONNECT ALL GROUNDING DEVICES
If grounding wires, screws, straps, clips, nuts, or washers used
to complete a path to ground are removed for service, they must
be returned to their original position and properly fastened.
GE Consumer Products
Technical Service Guide
Copyright © 2003
All rights reserved. This service guide may not be reproduced in whole or in part
in any form without written permission from the General Electric Company.
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Table of Contents
Autotransformer - ZV30, ZV36, and ZV48 ................................................................................... 10
Autotransformer - ZV30R, ZV36R, and ZV48R .......................................................................... 15
Baffle Grease Filter and Drip Trays - ZV30, ZV36, and ZV48 ...................................................... 7
Control Features ........................................................................................................................... 6
Data Location ................................................................................................................................ 4
Fan Motor - ZV30, ZV36, and ZV48 .............................................................................................. 7
Fan Motor - ZV30R, ZV36R, and ZV48R ................................................................................... 12
Fan Motor Indicator Light - ZV30, ZV36, and ZV48 ..................................................................... 11
Fan Motor Indicator Light - ZV30R, ZV36R, and ZV48R ............................................................ 15
Grease Baffles - ZV30R, ZV36R, and ZV48R ............................................................................ 12
Heat Lamp Panel - ZV30, ZV36, and ZV48 ................................................................................... 7
Heat Lamp Panel - ZV30R, ZV36R, and ZV48R ......................................................................... 12
Heat Lamp Socket - ZV30, ZV36, and ZV48 ................................................................................. 8
Heat Lamp Socket - ZV30R, ZV36R, and ZV48R ....................................................................... 12
Heat Lamp Switch - ZV30, ZV36, and ZV48 ................................................................................. 8
Heat Lamp Switch - ZV30R, ZV36R, and ZV48R ....................................................................... 13
Introduction .................................................................................................................................... 4
Nomenclature ................................................................................................................................ 4
Illustrated Parts ........................................................................................................................... 21
Rotary Switch - ZV30, ZV36, and ZV48 ...................................................................................... 10
Rotary Switch - ZV30R, ZV36R, and ZV48R .............................................................................. 14
Schematics ................................................................................................................................. 19
Surface Lights - ZV30, ZV36, and ZV48 ....................................................................................... 9
Surface Lights - ZV30R, ZV36R, and ZV48R ............................................................................. 13
Surface Light Sockets - ZV30, ZV36, and ZV48 ........................................................................... 9
Surface Light Sockets - ZV30R, ZV36R, and ZV48R ................................................................. 14
Troubleshooting ........................................................................................................................... 16
Warranty ........................................................................................................................................ 5
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Introduction
The 2003 Monogram Stainless Steel, 30-, 36- and 48 in.
Range Hood models are being introduced with a new
motor mount that allows for easy removal and
replacement of the fan motor.
Model ZV30
Other features include:
•
Baffle grease filters and drip trays to allow for quick
and easy cleaning.
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A four-setting light control.
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A four-setting fan control.
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An infrared heat lamp.
•
A fan ON indicator light.
•
Kitchen utensil rods, located on each side of the
hood used to hang and display cooking utensils,
pots and pans, or nonflammable decorative items.
Model ZV30R
Nomenclature
To access the nomenclature and schematic
diagram, remove the left grease baffle.
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Warranty
Monogram Hood Warranty
Proof of original purchase date is needed to obtain service under warranty.
What Is Covered
Full One-Year Warranty
For one year from date of original purchase, we will provide, free of charge, parts and service labor in
your home to repair or replace any part of the hood that fails because of a manufacturing defect.
This warranty is extended to the original purchaser and any succeeding owner for products purchased
for ordinary home use in the mainland 48 states, Hawaii, and Washington, D.C. In Alaska, the warranty
is the same except that it is LIMITED because you must pay to ship the product to the service shop or
for the service technician’s travel costs to your home.
All warranty service will be provided by our Factory Service Centers or by our authorized Customer
Care® Servicers during normal working hours.
Should your appliance need service, during warranty period or beyond, call 800.444.1845.
What Is Not Covered
• Service trips to your home to teach you how to use the product.
• Replacement of home fuses or resetting of circuit breakers.
• Incidental or consequential damage caused by possible defects with this appliance.
• Replacement of the filters and light bulbs.
• Damage to the product caused by accident, fire, floods, or acts of God.
• Failure of the product if it is used for other than its intended purpose or used commercially.
• Improper installation.
If you have an installation problem, contact your dealer or installer. You are responsible for providing
adequate electrical, gas, exhausting, and other connecting facilities as described in the Installation
Instructions provided with the product.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the
above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and
you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
To know what your legal rights are in your state, consult your local or state consumer affairs office or
your state’s Attorney General.
Warrantor: General Electrical Company. Louisville, KY 40225
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Control Features
1 - Light Control
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2
The two surface lights are controlled using a 5position switch (OFF, 1, 2, 3, and HI). Turn the light
from OFF to HI to adjust the intensity of the light while
cooking.
2 - Fan Control
The fan speed is controlled using a 5-position switch
(OFF, 1, 2, 3, and HI). Turn the fan control speed
from OFF to HI as needed.
3 - Fan Indicator Light
The fan indicator light comes ON when the fan is
turned ON.
4 - Heat Lamp Control
The heat lamp is controlled by its own ON/OFF
rocker switch. Press the rocker switch for the
warming lamps to begin heating.
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ZV30, ZV36, and ZV48 Components
Baffle Grease Filter and Drip Trays
Fan Motor
Removal and Replacement
Removal and Replacement
1. Grasp the 2 handle knobs. Slide the grease
filter forward and up until it clears the drip tray
and remove. Remove the drip trays.
1. Disconnect the electrical connector from the
fan motor.
2. Press back the motor mount retaining clip.
3. Slide the motor mount from the channel and
remove the fan motor.
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channel.
Heat Lamp Panel
Removal and Replacement
WARNING: Heat lamp may be hot.
The bulb is a 120 volt, 175 watt, par-38 infrared
bulb. Part No. - WB08X10029.
1. Remove the heat lamp.
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hood.
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3. Loosen the 2 wire retaining screws and
remove the wires from the heat lamp socket.
3. Disconnect the electrical connector and
remove the heat lamp panel.
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Heat Lamp Switch
Removal and Replacement
1. Remove the Heat Lamp Panel.
Heat Lamp Socket
2. Press the switch clamps in and pull the
switch from the heat lamp panel.
Removal and Replacement
WARNING: Heat lamp socket may be hot.
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1. Remove the Heat Lamp Panel.
2. Press the socket clamps in and pull the heat
lamp socket from the heat lamp panel.
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3. Label and disconnect the 4 electrical
connectors from the heat lamp switch.
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4. Loosen the 2 wire retaining screws and
remove the wires from the surface light
socket.
Surface Lights
Removal and Replacement
WARNING: Surface lights may be hot.
The surface lights are 120 volt, 50 watt, par-16
halogen flood bulbs. Part No. WB08X10028.
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1. Turn the trim ring counterclockwise until it falls
from the socket.
2. Remove the light from the socket.
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Surface Light Sockets
Removal and Replacement
1. Remove the Heat Lamp Panel.
2. Remove the Surface Lights.
3. Press the socket clamps in and pull the
socket from the overhead light panel.
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Note: Make sure the pin on the rotary switch is
aligned with the hole in the panel before installing
the nut.
Rotary Switch
Removal and Replacement
Note: The procedure to remove both the fan
rotary switch and the light rotary switch are
.identical.
1. Remove the Heat Lamp Panel.
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2. Pull the control knob from the rotary switch.
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3. Remove the nut from the front of the rotary
switch
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Autotransformer
Removal and Replacement
1. Remove the Heat Lamp Panel.
2. Remove the light switch control knob. (See
Rotary Switch.)
4. Reach behind the hood and pull the rotary
switch out to access the electrical
connectors.
3. Remove the fan switch control knob. (See
Rotary Switch.)
4. Remove the 7 screws that hold the surface
light panel to the hood.
5. Label and disconnect the 7 wires from the
rotary switch and remove the rotary switch.
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5. Remove the 4 screws that hold the
autotransformer to the mounting bracket.
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6. Label and disconnect the 7 wires from the
autotransformer and remove the autotransformer.
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3. Pull the indicator light socket from the red
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Fan Motor Indicator Light
Removal and Replacement
1. Remove the Heat Lamp Panel.
2. Reach behind the hood and disconnect the 2
wires from the indicator light socket.
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Heat Lamp Panel
Grease Baffles
Removal and Replacement
Removal and Replacement
1. Lift the tabs to release the baffles.
WARNING: Heat lamp may be hot.
2. Remove the 2 baffles from the hood.
1. Remove the heat lamp.
2. Remove the 2 screws from the heat lamp
panel and lower the heat lamp panel from the
range hood.
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3. Disconnect the electrical connector and
remove the heat lamp panel.
Fan Motor
Removal and Replacement
WARNING: Heat lamp may be hot.
1. Disconnect the electrical connector from the
fan motor.
2. Press back the motor mount retaining clip.
Disconnect
3. Slide the motor mount from the channel and
remove the fan motor.
Heat Lamp Socket
Removal and Replacement
WARNING: Heat lamp socket may be hot.
1. Remove the Heat Lamp Panel.
2. Press the socket clamps in and pull the heat
lamp socket from the heat lamp panel.
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3. Loosen the 2 wire retaining screws and
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Removal and Replacement
WARNING: Surface lights may be hot.
1. Turn the trim ring counterclockwise until it falls
from the socket.
2. Remove the light from the socket.
Retainer
Heat Lamp Switch
Removal and Replacement
1. Remove the Heat Lamp Panel.
2. Press the switch clamps in and pull the
switch from the heat lamp panel.
3. Label and disconnect the 4 electrical
connectors from the heat lamp switch.
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Surface Light Sockets
Rotary Switch
Removal and Replacement
Removal and Replacement
1. Remove the Heat Lamp Panel.
Note: The procedure to remove both the fan
rotary switch and the light rotary switch are
identical.
2. Remove the surface lights.
3. Press the socket clamps in and pull the
socket from the surface light panel.
1. Remove the Heat Lamp Panel.
2. Pull the control knob off the rotary switch.
3. Remove the nut from the front of the rotary
switch.
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4. Loosen the 2 wire retaining screws and
remove the wires from the overhead light
socket.
4. Reach behind the hood and pull the rotary
switch out to access the electrical
connectors.
5. Label and disconnect the 7 terminal lugs from
the rotary switch and remove the rotary
switch.
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6. Label and disconnect seven terminal lugs
from the rotary switch.
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Note: Make sure the pin on the rotary switch is
aligned with the hole in the panel before installing
the nut.
Fan Motor Indicator Light
Removal and Replacement
1. Remove the Heat Lamp Panel.
2. Reach behind the hood and disconnect the 2
wires from the indicator light socket.
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Autotransformer
Removal and Replacement
1. Remove the Heat Lamp Panel.
2. Remove the light switch control knob. (See
Rotary Switch.)
3. Pull the indicator light socket from the red
indicator cap.
3. Remove the fan switch control knob. (See
Rotary Switch.)
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4. Remove four screws from the
autotransformer.
5. Label and disconnect seven terminal lugs
from the autotransformer.
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Troubleshooting
Single Fan Motor (Use schematic SE1ANB)
The fan
does not
work.
!
Do the lights work?
!
No
Is the circuit breaker open or fuse blown?
Yes
!
Yes
Reset the circuit
breaker or replace the
fuse.
No
With the lamp switch set to OFF, is 120
volts present between pin (a) and pin (e)
on the fan motor switch?
No
Repair faulty wiring.
No
Replace the fan motor.
Yes
Disconnect power and remove the wires from
terminals from (a) and (e) on the fan motor switch.
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Can you turn the fan blade by hand?
Yes
Isolate
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!
!
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the fan motor switch.
With the fan motor switch
With the fan motor switch
With the fan motor switch
With the fan motor switch
With the fan motor switch
With the fan motor switch
With the fan motor switch
With the fan motor switch
set
set
set
set
set
set
set
set
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
(1),
(2),
(3),
(HI),
(1),
(2),
(3),
(HI),
the
the
the
the
white
white
white
white
is continuity present between pin (a) and pin (1) on the fan motor switch?
is continuity present between pin (a) and pin (2) on the fan motor switch?
is continuity present between pin (a) and pin (3) on the fan motor switch?
is continuity present between pin (a) and pin (4) on the fan motor switch?
is continuity present between pin (e) and pin (5) on the fan motor switch?
is continuity present between pin (e) and pin (5) on the fan motor switch?
is continuity present between pin (e) and pin (5) on the fan motor switch?
is continuity present between pin (e) and pin (5) on the fan motor switch?
Replace the fan motor
switch.
No
Yes
Isolate
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the fan motor switch.
Is the resistence between
Is the resistence between
Is the resistence between
Is the resistence between
wire
wire
wire
wire
and
and
and
and
the
the
the
the
red wire leading from the fan motor switch approximately 2.5 ohms?
grey wire leading from the fan motor switch approximately 4.7 ohms?
black wire leading from the fan motor switch approximately 8.3 ohms?
blue wire leading from the fan motor switch approximately 14.2 ohms?
No
Repair faulty wiring
between the terminal board
and the fan motor switch.
Yes
Locate the fan motor capacitor.
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Is the resistence between the brown wire and the yellow wire approximately 18.1 ohms?
No
Replace the fan motor.
Yes
Replace the capacitor. If the motor
fails to operate replace the motor.
Note: On dual motor models, if one of the
capacitors is open, or if the wires and/or
connections to the capacitor are open, the motors
will run slower than normal. If both capacitors are
open, then both motors will hum.
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Fan Motor Indicator Light
The fan
does not
work.
!
Do the lights work?
!
No
Is the circuit breaker open or fuse blown?
Yes
!
Yes
Reset the circuit
breaker or replace the
fuse.
No
W ith the lamp switch set to OFF, is 120
volts present between pin (a) and pin (e)
on the fan motor switch?
No
Repair faulty wiring.
No
Replace the fan motor.
Yes
Disconnect power and remove the wires from
terminals from (a) and (e) on the fan motor switch.
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Can you turn the fan blade by hand?
Yes
Isolate
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
the fan motor switch.
W ith the fan motor switch
W ith the fan motor switch
W ith the fan motor switch
W ith the fan motor switch
W ith the fan motor switch
W ith the fan motor switch
W ith the fan motor switch
W ith the fan motor switch
set
set
set
set
set
set
set
set
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
(1),
(2),
(3),
(HI),
(1),
(2),
(3),
(HI),
the
the
the
the
white
white
white
white
is continuity present between pin (a) and pin (1) on the fan motor switch?
is continuity present between pin (a) and pin (2) on the fan motor switch?
is continuity present between pin (a) and pin (3) on the fan motor switch?
is continuity present between pin (a) and pin (4) on the fan motor switch?
is continuity present between pin (e) and pin (5) on the fan motor switch?
is continuity present between pin (e) and pin (5) on the fan motor switch?
is continuity present between pin (e) and pin (5) on the fan motor switch?
is continuity present between pin (e) and pin (5) on the fan motor switch?
Replace the fan motor
switch.
No
Yes
Isolate
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!
!
!
the fan motor switch.
Is the resistence between
Is the resistence between
Is the resistence between
Is the resistence between
wire
wire
wire
wire
and
and
and
and
the
the
the
the
red wire leading from the fan motor switch approximately 2.5 ohms?
grey wire leading from the fan motor switch approximately 4.7 ohms?
black wire leading from the fan motor switch approximately 8.3 ohms?
blue wire leading from the fan motor switch approximately 14.2 ohms?
Repair faulty wiring
between the terminal board
and the fan motor switch.
No
Yes
Locate the fan motor capacitor.
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Is the resistence between the brown wire and the yellow wire approximately 18.1 ohms?
No
Replace the fan motor.
Yes
Replace the capacitor. If the motor
fails to operate replace the motor.
Heat Lamp
The heat
lamp does
not work.
!
Is the circuit breaker open or fuse blown?
Yes
Reset the circuit
breaker or replace the
fuse.
No
Replace the lamp bulb.
No
!
Does the heat lamp bulb have continuity?
Yes
!
Is 120 volts present between pin (4) and pin (1) on the heat lamp switch?
No
Repair faulty wiring.
Yes
!
!
Is continuity present between pin (2) on the heat lamp switch and terminal (L) on the heat lamp socket?
Is continuity present between pin (5) on the heat lamp switch and terminal (N) on the heat lamp socket?
Yes
Replace the heat lamp switch.
If the problem persists, replace
the heat lamp socket.
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No
Repair faulty wiring.
Surface Lights
One or both
of the
surface
lights do
not work.
!
Is the circuit breaker open or fuse
blown?
Yes
Reset the circuit
breaker or replace the
fuse.
No
Replace the lamp bulb.
No
!
Does the lamp bulb have continuity?
Yes
!
With the lamp switch set to OFF, is 120 volts present between pin
(e) on the lamp switch and pin (6) on the autotransformer?
No
Repair faulty wiring.
Yes
Isolate
!
!
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!
!
!
!
!
the lamp
With the
With the
With the
With the
With the
With the
With the
With the
switch.
lamp switch
lamp switch
lamp switch
lamp switch
lamp switch
lamp switch
lamp switch
lamp switch
set to
set to
set to
set to
set to
set to
set to
set to
(1), is continuity present between pin (a) and pin (1) on the lamp switch?
(2), is continuity present between pin (a) and pin (2) on the lamp switch?
(3), is continuity present between pin (a) and pin (3) on the lamp switch?
(HI), is continuity present between pin (a) and pin (4) on the lamp switch?
(1), is continuity present between pin (e) and pin (5) on the lamp switch??
(2), is continuity present between pin (e) and pin (5) on the lamp switch?
(3), is continuity present between pin (e) and pin (5) on the lamp switch?
(HI), is continuity present between pin (e) and pin (5) on the lamp switch?
No
Yes
!
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!
!
!
Is
Is
Is
Is
Is
continuity
continuity
continuity
continuity
continuity
present
present
present
present
present
between
between
between
between
between
pin
pin
pin
pin
pin
(5)
(4)
(3)
(2)
(1)
on
on
on
on
on
the
the
the
the
the
the lamp switch.
Is continuity present between
Is the resistence between pin
Is the resistence between pin
Is the resistence between pin
Is the resistence between pin
pin
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1) and
and pin
and pin
and pin
and pin
lamp
lamp
lamp
lamp
lamp
switch
switch
switch
switch
switch
and
and
and
and
and
pin
pin
pin
pin
pin
(1)
(6)
(5)
(4)
(3)
on
on
on
on
on
the
the
the
the
the
autotransformer?
autotransformer?
autotransformer?
autotransformer?
autotransformer?
No
Repair faulty wiring.
No
Replace the
autotransformer.
Yes
Isolate
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!
!
!
pin
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(2)
on
on
on
on
on the autotransformer?
the autotransformer approximately
the autotransformer approximately
the autotransformer approximately
the autotransformer approximately
3.2
3.9
4.4
5.0
ohms?
ohms?
ohms?
ohms?
Yes
!
!
Is continuity present between lamp switch pin (a) and terminal (L) on both lamp sockets?
Is continuity present between autotransformer pin (2) and terminal (N) on both lamp sockets?
Yes
Replace the faulty
lamp socket.
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No
Repair faulty wiring.
Replace the
lamp switch.
Schematics
All ZV30 and ZV36 - RSF1SS, SSF1SS, and TSF1SS Models
WARNING: Power must be disconnected before servicing the appliance.
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All ZV48 - RSF1SS, SSF1SS, and TSF1SS Models
WARNING: Power must be disconnected before servicing the appliance.
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Illustrated Parts
ZV30, ZV36, and ZV48 - SSF1SS Models
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ZV30, ZV36, and ZV48 - SSF1SS Models
VIEW
NUMBER
CATALOG
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
QUANTITY
13
WB02X10872
JUNCTION BOX COVER
1
19
WB27X10669
CAPACITOR
1
23
WB02X10869
FILTER, BAFFLE
2
31
WB08X10028
120V 50W HALOGEN BULB
2
32
WB08X10030
LAMPHOLDER
2
84
WB20X10026
TRANSFORMER
1
87
WB02X10871
DUCT TRANSITION W/DAMPER
1
103
WB38X10069
BLOWER ASSEMBLY
1
105
WB08X10032
LAMPHOLDER SUPPORT
2
117
WB08X10033
INDICATOR LIGHT
1
133
WB07X10607
HALOGEN LAMP PANEL 30"
1
225
WB02X10832
MONOGRAM LOGO
1
226
WB01X10070
CLIP LOGO
2
234
WB24X10110
SWITCH, MOTOR/LAMP
2
236
WB03X10163
KNOB ASSEMBLY
2
291
WB07X10608
HEAT LAMP PANEL 30"
1
315
WB02X10870
GREASE TRAY 30"
2
512
WB24X10111
HEAT-LAMP ROCKER SWITCH
1
539
WB02X10873
UTENSIL ROD-TAPER 30"
2
565
WB08X10029
120V 175W INFRARED LAMP
1
573
WB08X10031
BEZEL LAMP
2
574
WB01X10196
HARDWARE BAG
1
999
49-80150
USE & CARE MANUAL
1
999
49-80151
INSTALL INSTRUCTION
1
– 22 –
ZV30, ZV36, and ZV48 - TSF1SS Models
– 23 –
ZV30, ZV36, and ZV48 - TSF1SS Models
VIEW
NUMBER
CATALOG NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
QUANTITY
13
WB02X10872
JUNCTION BOX COVER
1
19
WB27X10669
CAPACITOR
1
23
WB02X10869
FILTER, BAFFLE
2
31
WB08X10028
120V 50W HALOGEN BULB
2
32
WB08X10030
LAMPHOLDER
2
84
WB20X10026
TRANSFORMER
1
87
WB02X10871
DUCT TRANSITION W/DAMPER
1
103
WB38X10069
BLOWER ASSEMBLY
1
105
WB08X10032
LAMPHOLDER SUPPORT
2
117
WB08X10033
INDICATOR LIGHT
1
133
WB07X10613
HALOGEN LAMP PANEL 30"
1
225
WB02X10832
MONOGRAM LOGO
1
226
WB01X10070
CLIP LOGO
2
234
WB24X10110
SWITCH, MOTOR/LAMP
2
236
WB03X10163
KNOB ASSEMBLY
2
291
WB07X10608
HEAT LAMP PANEL 30"
1
315
WB02X10870
GREASE TRAY 30"
2
512
WB24X10111
HEAT-LAMP ROCKER SWITCH
1
539
WB02X10873
UTENSIL ROD-TAPER 30"
2
565
WB08X10029
120V 175W INFRARED LAMP
1
573
WB08X10031
BEZEL LAMP
2
574
WB01X10196
HARDWARE BAG
1
999
49-80150
USE & CARE MANUAL
1
999
49-80151
INSTALL INSTRUCTIONS
1
– 24 –
ZV30, ZV36, and ZV48 - RSF1SS Models
– 25 –
ZV30, ZV36, and ZV48 - RSF1SS Models
VIEW
NUMBER
CATALOG
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
QUANTITY
13
WB02X10872
JUNCTION BOX COVER
1
19
WB27X10669
CAPACITOR
1
23
WB02X10897
FILTER, BAFFLE
2
31
WB08X10028
120V 50W HALOGEN BULB
2
32
WB08X10030
LAMPHOLDER
2
58
WB07X10660
SHELF
1
84
WB20X10026
TRANSFORMER
1
87
WB02X10871
DUCT TRANSITION W/DAMPER
1
103
WB38X10069
BLOWER ASSEMBLY
1
105
WB08X10032
LAMPHOLDER SUPPORT
2
117
WB08X10033
INDICATOR LIGHT
1
209
WB61X10004
BACK SPLASH
1
225
WB01X10070
CLIP LOGO
1
225
WB02X10832
MONOGRAM LOGO
1
234
WB24X10110
SWITCH, MOTOR/LAMP
2
236
WB03X10163
KNOB ASSEMBLY
2
291
WB07X10608
HEAT LAMP PANEL 30"
1
315
WB02X10899
GREASE TRAY 30"
2
512
WB24X10111
HEAT-LAMP ROCKER SWITCH
2
539
WB02X10900
UTENSIL ROD-TAPER 30"
2
565
WB08X10029
120V 175W INFRARED LAMP
1
573
WB08X10031
BEZEL LAMP
2
574
WB01X10211
HARDWARE BAG
1
999
49-80152
USE & CARE
1
999
49-80150-1
INSTALLATION
1
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Notes
– 27 –
Notes