viking range corporation, po drawer 956, greenwood, ms.38930 usa

VIKING RANGE CORPORATION, P. O. DRAWER 956, GREENWOOD, MS.38930 USA
TABLE OF CONTENTS
VDSC / DUAL FUEL SELF-CLEAN RANGE
VESO SINGLE ELECTRIC SELF-CLEAN WALL OVEN
VEDO DOUBLE ELECTRIC SELF-CLEAN WALL OVEN
COMPONENTS AND FUNCTIONAL PARTS:
Viking Model Numbers..............................................................................................................……….
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Serial Number Logic..................................................................................................…
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Product Warranty...................................................................................................................................
Cabinet Clearances...............................................................................................................................…
Built-in Electric 30" Wall Ovens..........................................................................................…..............
Electrical Requirements..........................................................................................................................
Cabinet Cutout Dimensions....................................................................................................................
Components..............................................................................................................................................
Control Circuit Board Voltage Checks..................................................................................................
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9
10
10
11
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Bake/Broil/ Convection Element Checks.......................................................................
8-PositionSelector Switch........................................................................................................................
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Oven Calibration........................................................................................................…
Power Relay.......................................................................................................................
Wiring Diagrams................................................................................................................
Built-in Electric 30" Wall Oven....................................................................................
Bake....................................................................................................................
Convection Bake.......................................................................................….........
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Convection Cook........................................................................................................................
Mini -Broil..................................................................................................................................
Maxi Broil...................................................................................................................................
Convection Broil........................................................................................................................
Clean Initiate Until Door Lock.............................................................................................…
Clean Door Lock Below 575* +/- 25*.......................................................................................
Clean Door Lock Above 575* +/- 25*.......................................................................................
Clean Finished Door Lock Above 525* +/-25*........................................................................
Clean Finished Door Lock Below 525* +/-25*........................................................................
Door Removal VESO / VEDO................................................................................................................
Electrical Connections--Dual Fuel.........................................................................................................
Disassembly..............................................................................................................................................
“Locked” Door............................................................................................................................……….
VERT / VESC..........................................................................................................................................
Heating Elements (Resistance and Voltage Readings)........................................…..............................
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION
The information contained in this manual is intended for use by a qualified service technician who is
familiar with the application of all safety procedures required in the repair of any gas or electric appliance,
and who is equipped with the proper tools and testing instruments.
Repairs covered in this manual and made by unqualified persons can result in hazards developing due to
improper assembly or adjustment.
Inexperienced persons making such repairs subject themselves to the risk of injury or electrical shock
which can be serious or even fatal.
IMPORTANT NOTE TO CUSTOMER
If you perform service on your own Viking product, you must assume responsibility of personal injury or
property damage which may result.
Viking will not be responsible for injury or property damage arising from service performed by other than
Viking Factory Authorized Service Agencies.
In order to locate a Viking Factory Authorized Service Agency, please consult the dealer from whom you
purchased this product. You may also write to:
Viking Preferred Service
P.O. Drawer 956
Greenwood, Ms. 38930
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NEW VIKING MODEL NUMBERS
RANGES AND RANGETOPS
V G R C
4 8 5
V-Viking
4 G Q D S S
Color
AL-Almond
Bk-Black
BU-Burgundy
EW-Euro White
FG-Forest Green
PL-Plum
SS-Stainless Steel
VB-Viking Blue
WH-White
G-Gas
SS-24" D
Standard Range (30"W)
SC-27" D
Convection Range (30"W)
RC-27" D
Convection Range (36"/48"W)
RT-24" D
Rangetop
Width
30"
36"
48"
60"
D-Oven Door Window
Q-12" Wide Grill
0-Standard Oven
5-Convection Oven
G-Griddle
12" Wide
24" Wide
Number of Surface Burners
4
VIKING RANGE MODEL NUMBERS
BUILT-IN OVENS
V
G
D
O
-
2
V-Viking
7
0
-
SS
Color
Al - Almond
BK - Black
BU - Burgundy
FG - Forest Green
PL - Plum
SS - Stainless Steel
TE - Teal
VB - Viking Blue
WH - White
G-Gas
E-Electric
DO-Double Oven
SO-Single Oven
Number of Oven Cavities
1 - Single Oven
2 - Double Oven
Type
0 - Standard Bake
and Broil
5 - Convection
Width
6 - 36" Wide
7 - 27" Wide
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VIKING SERIAL NUMBER LOGIC
RANGES and WALL OVENS
V
06
12
98
123456
R - Range
T - Rangetop
B - Built-in ovens
Production Control
Calendar Year
Month of the Year
Day of the Month
27" Wide Self-clean Ovens
94
06
012345
Calendar Year
Production Control
Month of Year
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VIKING RANGE CORPORATION
PRODUCT WARRANTY
COOKING PRODUCTS
* 5 YEARS-OVEN TUBULAR BURNER (PART ONLY)
* 10 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY-ANY PORCELAIN
OVEN OR PORCELAIN INNER DOOR PANEL WHICH
RUSTS THROUGH
FREE STANDING GAS RANGES
* 90 DAYS-GLASS, PAINTED, PORCELAIN AND
ELECTRIC WALL OVENS
* 90 DAYS-GLASS, POINTED, PORCELAIN AND
DECORATIVE ITEMS
* 1 YEAR FULL WARRANTY-COMPONENTS AND
ACCESSORIES
* 5 YEARS LIMITED WARRANTY-OVEN BAKE,
BROIL, OR CONVECTION HEATING ELEMENTS
* 10 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY-ANY PORCELAIN OR
PORCELAIN INNER DOOR PANEL WHICH RUSTS
THROUGH
DECORATIVE ITEMS
* 1 YEAR FULL WARRANTY-COMPONENTS AND
ACCESSORIES
* 5 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY-SURFACE BURNER,
GRIDDLE TUBULAR BURNER, GRILL TUBULAR
BURNER (PART ONLY)
• 10 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY-ANY PORCELAIN
OVEN OR PORCELAIN INNER DOOR WHICH
RUSTS THROUGH
DUAL FUEL RANGES
* 90 DAYS-GLASS, PAINTED, PORCELAIN AND
DECORATIVE ITEMS
* 1 YEAR FULL WARRANTY-COMPONENTS AND
ACCESSORIES
* 5 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY-SURFACE BURNER,
GRIDDLE TUBULAR BURNER, GRILL TUBULAR
BURNER, BAKE ELEMENT, BROIL ELEMENT, OR
CONVECTION COOK ELEMENT (PART ONLY)
* 10 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY-ANY PORCELAIN
OVEN OR PORCELAIN INNER DOOR PANEL WHICH
RUSTS THROUGH
WARMING DRAWERS
* 90 DAYS-PAINTED AND DECORATIVE ITEMS
* 1 YEAR FULL WARRANTY-COMPONENTS AND
ACCESSORIES
* 5 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY-HEATING ELEMENT
VENTILATION PRODUCTS
* 90 DAYS-PAINTED AND DECORATIVE ITEMS
* 1 YEAR FULL WARRANTY-COMPONENTS AND
ACCESSORIES
* 2 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY-BLOWER MOTOR
OR EXTERIOR VENTILATOR MOTOR
ELECTRIC RANGES
* 90 DAYS-GLASS, PAINTED, PORCELAIN AND
DECORATIVE ITEMS
* 1 YEAR FULL WARRANTY-COMPONENTS AND
ACCESSORIES
* 5 YEAR-ANY HALOGEN ELEMENT, BAKE
ELEMENT, BROIL ELEMENT, OR CONVECTION
COOK ELEMENT (PART ONLY)
* 10 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY-ANY PORCEOAIN
OVEN OR PORCELAIN INNER DOOR PANEL WHICH
RUSTS THROUGH
KITCHEN CLEAN-UP
DISHWASHER
* 90 DAYS-PAINTED OR DECORATIVE ITEMS
* 1 YEAR FULL WARRANTY-COMPONENTS AND
ACCESSORIES
* 5 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY-MOTOR/PUMP AND
WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM COMPONENTS
* CIRCULATION PUMP
* DRAIN MOTOR/PUMP
* FILL VALVE
* LOWER WASH ARM
* TUBE TO UPPER WASH ARM
* UPPER WASH ARM
* 25 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY-STAINLESS STEEL
TANK OR INNER DOOR LINER WHICH DEVELOPS A
WATER LEAK
GAS RANGETOPS
* 90 DAYS -GLASS, PAINTED, PORCELAIN AND
DECORATIVE ITEMS
* 1 YEAR FULL WARRANTY-COMPONENTS AND
ACCESSORIES
* 5 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY-SURFACE BURNERS,
GRIDDLE TUBULAR BURNER, GRILL TUBULAR
BURNER (PART ONLY)
TRASH COMPACTORS
* 90 DAYS-PAINTED OR DECORATIVE ITEMS
* 1 YEAR FULL WARRANTY-COMPONENTS AND
ACCESSORIES
* 5 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY-DRIVE SYSTEM
MOTOR
ELECTRIC RANGETOP
* 90 DAYS-GLASS, PAINTED, PORCELAIN AND
DECORATIVE ITEMS
* 1 YEAR FULL WARRANTY-COMPONENTS AND
ACCESSORIES
* 5 YEAR-ANY HALOGEN ELEMENT, BAKE
ELEMENT, BROIL ELEMENT, OR CONVECTION
COOK ELEMENT (PART ONLY)
DISPOSERS
* VCFW 1020 AND VBFW
* 7 YEAR FULL WARRANTY
* VCHW 1000 AND VBHW 1030
* 5 YEAR FULL WARRANTY
GAS WALL OVENS
* 90 DAYS-GLASS, PAINTED, PORCELAIN AND
DECORATIVE ITEMS
* 1 YEAR FULL WARRANTY-COMPONENTS AND
ACCESSORIES
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PRODUCT WARRANTY (CONTINUED)
REFRIGERATION PRODUCTS
REFRIGERATION
* 90 DAYS-PAINTED OR DECORATIVE ITEMS
* 2 YEARS FULL WARRANTY
* 6 YEARS FULL WARRANTY ON SEALED SYSTEM
COMPONENTS
* COMPRESSOR
* CONDENSER
* DRYER/STRAINER
* EVAPORATOR
* CONNECTING TUBING
* 12 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY-SEALED SYSTEM
COMPONENT (PARTS ONLY)
* COMPRESSOR
* CONDENSER
* DRYER/STRAINER
* EVAPORATOR
* CONNECTING TUBING
WINE COOLER
* 90 DAYS-PAINTED OR DECORATIVE ITEMS
* 2 YEAR FULL WARRANTY
* 6 YEAR FULL WARRANTYON SEALED SYSTEM
COMPONENT
* COMPRESSOR
* CONDENSER
* DRYER/STRAINER
* EVAPORATOR
* CONNECTING TUBING
* 12 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY-SEALED SYSTEM
COMPONENT (PART ONLY)
* COMPRESSOR
* CONDENSER
* DRYER/STRAINER
* EVAPORATOR
* CONNECTING TUBING
ICE MAKER
* 90 DAYS-PAINTED OF DECORATIVE ITEMS\
* 2 YEAR FULL WARRANTY
* 6 YEAR FULL WARRANTY ON SEALED SYSTEM
COMPONENT
* COMPRESSOR
* CONDENSER
* DRYER/STRAINER
* EVAPORATOR
* CONNECTING TUBING
* 12 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY-SEALED SYSTEM
COMPONENT (PART ONLY)
* COMPRESSOR
* CONDENSER
* DRYER/STRAINER
* EVAPORATOR
* CONNECTING TUBING
OUTDOOR PRODUCTS
GAS GRILLS
* 90 DAY-PAINTED, PORCELAIN, AND DECORATIVE
ITEMS
* 1 YEAR FULL WARRANTY
* 5 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY-CAST IRON BURNER
ASSEMBLIES, INFRARED ROTISSERIE BURNERS,
AND PORCELAIN GRILL GRATES
* LIFETIME WARRANTY-STAINLESS STEEL PART
WHICH RUST THROUGH
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PROXIMITY TO SIDE CABINET INSTALLATION
1.
2.
3.
4.
Range / Range tops may be installed directly adjacent to existing 36" high base cabinets.
IMPORTANT-the top grate support MUST be 3/8" above the adjacent base cabinet countertop.
This may be accomplished by raising the unit, ( using the adjustment spindles on the range legs)
or ( using shims for the range top).
The range / range top CANNOT be installed directly adjacent to sidewalls, tall cabinets, tall appliances, or other side vertical surfaces above 36" high. There must be a minimum of 6" side clearance
from the range to such combustible surfaces above the 36" counter height.
Within the 6"side clearance to combustible vertical surfaces above 36", the maximum wall cabinet
depth must be 13" and wall cabinets within this 6"side clearance must be 18" above the 36" high
countertop.
Wall cabinets above the range / range top must be a minimum of 36" above the cooking surface for
the full width of the range / range top.
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BUILT-IN ELECTRIC 30" WALL
ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
Description
Electrical Requirements
30" Wide Single Oven
30" Wide Double Oven
4-wire with ground, 240-208/120 VAC/60 Hz, 40 amp electrical
connection. Unit is equipped with No. 10 ground wire in conduit.
Should be fused separately.
Maximum Amp Usage
240V - 18.9 amps
208V - 14.2 amps
Broil Rating
240V
Maxi Broil 8 pass 3000 watts
Mini Broil 4 pass 1250 watts
240V - 2935 watts
240V - 2200 watts
Baking Rating
Convection Cook Rating
240V - 31.8 amps
208V - 23.9 amps
208V
2250 watts
940 watts
208V - 2205 watts
208V - 1650 watt
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
1. With the oven positioned in front of the cabinet opening, connect the wire leads extending from the
conduit to the junction box, making sure the neutral (white) wire is connected to the appropriate
terminal Check your local code to see which of the following options below should be used in
grounding the unit.
OPTION 1:
Connect the neutral (white) wire and the grounding (green) wire with the incoming
neutral (white) power supply line.
OPTION 2:
If the junction box is grounded, untwist the grounding (green) wire and attach to the
junction box. Attach the neutral (white) wire to the neutral (white) power supply line.
OPTION 3: Untwist the grounding (green) wire and attach it to a suitable ground. Attach neutral
(white) wire to the incoming neutral (white) power supply line.
DO NOT USE AN EXTENSION CORD WITH THIS APPLIANCE. SUCH USE MAY RESULT IN A FIRE,
ELECTRICAL SHOCK OR OTHER PERSONAL INJURY.
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COMPONENTS
(WITH COLOR CODED WIRES)
switches LS2 - M1 and LS1-L1 open and the timer
DOOR LOCK CONTROL / TIMER
VDSC305-VDSC365VDSC485(RH)
VDSC485(LH)-VESC305VESO105 VEDO205
Function: The Door Lock Control / Timer is
activated by the line voltage at the “ SEL”
( 1 ) contact. Relay “ RL1" ( 2 ) and “RL2"
( 3 ) close providing voltage to the Door Lock
Motor. The Relays stay closed until 10
seconds after sensor #3 ( 4 ) receives a signal
that the Door Lock is fully closed. Once this
happens Relay “RL2" ( 3 ) opens to stop the
Door Lock Motor. Relay “RL1" ( 1 ) stays
closed providing voltage to the Auto Reset
thermostat. Relays “RL3" and “RL4" close
powering the Cooling Fan Motor and Cycle
Relay. “RL3" and “RL4" will stay closed for
3 ½ hours unless power is interrupted to
sensor #3 ( 4 ) or SEL ( 1 ). In which case
“RL3" and “RL4" will open, interrupting the
clean cycle and Cooling Fan, and “RL2" ( 3 )
will close, opening the Door Lock. “RL2" ( 3)
will stay closed until 2 seconds after sensor
# 4 ( 5 ) is powered.
AUTO RESET SWITCH
VDSC305-VDSC365-VDSC485(RH)VDSC485(LH)-VESC305-VESO105-VEDO205
Function: The Auto Reset Switch is a single
pole / double throw switch ( thermostat )
which is activated by a thermo-bulb and lever
which is calibrated to 575* F plus / minus 25*
F. Clean door lock below 575* F. The Door
Lock Motor is energized through the Auto
Reset Switch ( thermostat ) contacts 2 - 1.
Clean door lock above 575* F. Auto Reset
Switch (thermostat ) switches to contacts 1 -3
turning on the Door Lock indicator Light and
disables the Door Lock Motor circuit. Final
below 575* F.
Auto Reset Switch (
thermostat ) switches to contacts 1 -2, turning
off the Door Lock Motor circuit through door
Lock Motor / Timer Relay LS2 - M1. Door
Lock Motor operates until 2 seconds after
sensor 4 is signaled by VC that the Door Lock
switch SW1 has been closed mechanically by
the door lock bolt. The Door Lock / Timer
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COMPONENTS ( Con’t )
HIGH LIMIT SWITCH
VDSC305-VDSC365-VDSC485(RH)
VDSC485(LH)-VESC305-VESO105-VEDO205
Function: The Switch has a ½ “ bi-metal
disc. The two metals have different thermal
coefficients of expansion which cause the disc
to bow as it heats up. When it reaches the
calibration temperature the disc snaps open,
which opens the electrical contacts. The
Switch opens when temperature reaches 275*
F plus or minus 9*F and will close when
temperatures are 248* F plus or minus 9*F.
COOLING FAN LIMIT SWITCH
VDSC305-VDSC365-VDSC485(RH)VDSC485(LH)-VESC305-VESO105-VEDO205
Function: The Switch has a ½ “ bi-metal disc.
The two metals have different thermal
coefficients of expansion which cause the disc
to bow as it heats up. When it reaches the
calibration temperature the disc snaps closed,
which closes the electrical contacts. The
Switch closes when temperatures reach 230* F
plus or minus 9* F and will open when
temperatures are below 203* F plus or minus
9*F.
SELECTOR SWITCH (8 POS)
SELECTOR SWITCH (8 POS) (PJ030001)
VDSC305-VDSC365-VDSC485(RH)-VESC305VESO105-VEDO205
Function: Rotating the shaft twists a cam
which moves one or more spring loaded
levers, which make contact with a terminal
closing the circuit.
SELECTOR SWITCH (PJ030009)
SELECTOR SWITCH ( 3 POS )
VDSC485(LH)
SELECTOR SWITCH (3 POS) (PJ030010)
VESO105-VEDO205
OVEN THERMOSTAT
VDSC305-VDSC365-VDSC485(RH)VDSC485(LH)-VESC305-VESO105-VEDO205
Function: As the shaft is rotated from the OFF
position clockwise, an internal cam pushes a
lever, which increases the temperature at
which the thermostat cycles. Rotating the
shaft 212* (angle *) switches an external
(clean) Micro Switch to the closed position.
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COMPONENTS ( Con’t)
DOOR LOCK
VDSC305-VDSC365-VDSC485(RH)-VDSC485(LH)VESC305-VESO105-VEDO205
Function: When the Door Lock Motor is
powered it turned a cam which pulls back a
lever. As the lever moves back it allows a
micro switch (SW1) to open. When the lever
reaches the fully closed position it closes a
double stacked micro switch (SW2 & SW3).
Door lock switch SW2 completes the circuit
to sensor #3 on the Door Lock Control/timer
board. After 10 seconds LS1-M1 opens,
stopping the Door Lock motion. Door Lock
Switch #3 closes T1-T2 and T3-T4 energizing
Power Relay #1 and the Cooling Fan. Closing
Power Relay contacts supplies 240 VAC to
both Broil Elements and 120 VAC to the
Bake Element.
POWER RELAY #1 (PM010026)
VDSC305-VDSC365-VDSC485(RH)VDSC485(LH)-VESC305-VESO105-VEDO205
Function: Relay #1 ( power ) supplies power
to the Bake and Broil Elements.
RELAY #2 - #3 - #5 - #6
VEDO205 (PM010020)
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COMPONENTS ( Con’t)
RELAY #2 - #3 - #5 (PM010025)
VDSC305-VDSC365-VESC305-VDSC485(RH)
Function: Setting the selector switch to clean closes
the Heating Element circuits 4-F, 1-N, 2-L2, 3-L2
and Door Lock Module / Timer circuit J-6, energizing
Relay #2.The thermostat cycling contacts 1 to 2 and
the clean switch contacts 3 to 4 close energizing
Relay #3. Relay #3 allows circuit J-6 to turn on the
Clean Indicator Light and enable the Door Lock
Module / Timer to close Relays LS1-L1 and LS2 M1. This powers the Door Lock Motor until 10
seconds after Sensor 3 is signaled by VC that Door
Lock Switch SW2 has been closed mechanically
(along with SW3) by the Door Lock Bolt.
RELAY #4 (PM010025)
VDSC485(LH) --CVDSC305/365
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VDSC COMPONENTS ( Con’t )
CONVECTION FAN MOTOR
VDSC305-VCSC365-VCSC485(RH)VDSC485(LH)-VESC305-VESO105-VEDO205
Function: Provides an even flow of air in the
oven cavity for more even baking.
COOLING FAN MOTOR
VDSC305-VDSC365-VDSC485(RH)VDSC485(LH)
Function: Provides a continuous supply of
cool air during self clean cycles to keep the
Door Lock Motor and associated circuits cool.
COOLING FAN
OVEN LIGHT
Function: Provides interior oven light for
viewing baking products.
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VOLTAGE READINGS
MEASURED WITH DOOR OPEN
T4
107VAC
70VAC
T3
4VAC
16VAC
T2
4VAC
16VAC
T1
5VAC
1VAC
MEASURED WITH DOOR LOCKED
T4
80VAC
56VAC
T3
85VAC
56VAC
T2
T1
90VAC
93VAC
56VAC
56VAC
VC--4VDC
SENSOR 3--3VDC SW2 closed in self clean
(Locked).
SENSOR 4--4VDC SW1 closed with clean
lock open.
M1--120VAC lock motor supply voltage.
(31VAC in locked position)
LS2--70VAC (unlocked)--55VAC (locked)
L1-- 70VAC (unlocked)--56VAC (locked)
L2/M2--16VAC(unlocked)--32VAC (locked)
LS1--107VAC (locked or unlocked)
SEL--120VAC SUPPLY
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PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD WIRING
FOR RELAYS T4--T3--T2--T1--T6--T5
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VOLTAGE and RESISTANCE READINGS
BAKE ELEMENT:
“A” to “B”
21.1 Ohms
“A” to “B”
240VAC during Bake and
Convection Bake.
BROIL ELEMENT:
“A” to “D” ( outside element )
“A” to “D”
50VAC during Bake and
Convection Bake.
240VAC during Maxi Broil.
240VAC during Convection Broil
240VAC during Self-clean
“B” to “C” ( inside element )
“B” to “C”
32.6 Ohms
45.2 Ohms
70VAC during Bake and Convection
Bake.
240VAC during Mini Broil
240VAC during Maxi Broil
240VAC during Convection Broil
240VAC during Self-clean
CONVECTION ELEMENT:
“A” to “B”
26 Ohms
“A” to “B”
240VAC during Convection Cook
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8 POSITION SELECTOR SWITCH
(With shaft position and internal connections)
SELF CLEAN
Selector Switch closes Heating Element contacts
4-F, 1-N, 2-L2, 3-L2, and Door Lock Module /
Timer contacts J-6 energizing Relay #1.
Thermostat Clean Position closes Thermostat
cycling contacts 1-2 and normally open (N) common (C) energizing Relay #3.
Relay # 3 turns on the Clean indicator Light and
energizes Door Lock Module / Timer (PC Board)
relays LS1-L1 and LS2-M1, also suppling
120VAC to SEL on the PC board
Relays LS1 and LS2 turns the Door Lock Motor
on through the Auto Reset Thermostat contacts
2-1.
Door Lock Motor rotates opening SW1 and
closing SW2 and SW3.
Door Lock Switch #2 completes the circuit to
sensor #3 on the PC board. After 10 seconds LS1M1 opens, stopping the Door Lock motion.
Door Lock Switch #3 closes T1-T2 and T3-T4
energizing Power Relay #1 and the Cooling Fan .
Closing Power Relay #1's contacts supplies
240VAC to both Broil Elements and 120VAC to
the Bake Element.
CLEAN DOOR LOCK ABOVE 575*F +/-25*F
Auto Reset Thermostat switches to contacts 1-3
turning on the Door Lock indicator Light and
disables the Door Lock Motor circuit.
CLEAN TEMPERATURE (875*F) REACHED.
Door Lock Module / Timer opens T3 -T-4 and
T1-T2 turning off the Cooling Fan, now powered
by the Fan Limit Switch when needed, and opens
the circuit to the Power Relay #1 disabling the
Heating Elements.
FINAL BELOW 575*F +/-25*F
Auto Reset Thermostat switches to contacts 1-2,
turning off the Door Lock Motor circuit through
Door Lock Motor / Timer Relay LS2-M-1. Door
Lock Motor operates until 2 seconds after sensor 4
is signaled by VC that the Door Lock /Timer
switches LS2- M1 and LS1-L1 open and the Timer
reset.
OVEN TEMPERATURE CALIBRATION
DUAL FUEL RANGES / ELECTRIC WALL OVENS
Electric oven calibration using the EATON
thermostat. The adjustment screw is located
on the bottom of the thermostat ( 3/32 Allen
head screw ). Each 1/4 turn is equal to approximately 35 degrees. COUNTERCLOCKWISE
adjustment will DECREASE the temperature.
CLOCKWISE adjustment will INCREASE the
temperature.
If the oven temperature is off more then 50 degrees
you should change the thermostat.
REMEMBER WHEN YOU CHANGE THE OVEN
TEMPERATURE YOU ARE ALSO CHANGING
THE SELF-CLEAN TEMPERATURE. (As a rule
of thumb you should only calibrate the thermostat only
to increase the oven temperature.)
A. Center Oven Temperature Check: Before
turning the oven on, check the thermostat
sensor bulb position. It should be straight, no
kinks and secured in the mounting clips.
TEMPERATURE: CONVENTIONAL OVEN
CYCLE
1
HIGH ( XX)
LOW
(XX)
F.
B. Place the oven rack in the center of the oven.
C. Place the thermocouple lead in the center of the
rack and close the door. Avoid touching metal
with the thermocouple junction.
2
(XX)
(XX)
3
(
(
4
) (
) (
5
) (
) (
)
)
AVERAGE
(
)
(
)
For convection test lower the oven temperature
to 325*. Preheat the oven with convection fan
on.
TEMPERATURE; CONVECTION OVEN
CYCLE
1
HIGH (XX)
LOW
(XX)
D. Set the selector switch to “ BAKE” and the
temperature dial to 350*.
2
(
(
)
)
33
( )
( )
AVERAGE
(
)
(
)
G. On conventional baking place pans in the center
of the oven.
NOTE: Do not overshoot the 350* mark. When
you go beyond 35 0*, return the control to the
lowest setting and reset to 350*.
H. On convection baking place pans on rack
positions 2 and 4.
E. Cycle the oven 5 times ; Average the 3rd, 4th,
and 5th cycles. The temperature is acceptable if
the average is 350* +/-25 *.
I.
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Uneven temperatures left to right in the oven:
1. Check air shutter adjustment: sharp blue
flame, no yellow tipping.
2. Check orifice hood adjustment.
POWER RELAY (CURRENT) TEST
VDSC-VESO-VEDO Power relay
VOLTAGE SUPPLY - 235 VOLTS AC
CURRENT READINGS AT THE POWER RELAY
BAKE
#8
#6
RED
RED
11.8 Amps
11.8 Amps
#4
#2
RED/BLK
RED/BLK
10.4 Amps
6.1 Amps
CONV BAKE
#8
#6
RED
RED
11.9 Amps
10.5 Amps
#4
#2
RED/BLK
RED/BLK
11.9 Amps
11.4 Amps
CONV COOK
#8
#6
RED
RED
8.9 Amps
9.0 Amps
#4
#2
RED/BLK
RED/BLK
8.8 Amps
8.9 Amps
MINI BROIL
#8
#6
RED
RED
5.1 Amps
5.0 Amps
#4
#2
RED/BLK
RED/BLK
5.0 Amps
5.0 Amps
MAXI BROIL
#8
#6
RED
RED
12.0 Amps
12.0 Amps
#4
#2
RED/BLK
RED/BLK
12.0 Amps
12.0 Amps
CONV BROIL
#8
#6
RED
RED
11.9 Amps
11.9 Amps
#4
#2
RED/BLK
RED/BLK
11.9 Amps
11.9 Amps
SELF-CLEAN
#8
#6
RED
RED
17.1 Amps
17.1 Amps
#4
#2
RED/BLK
RED/BLK
17.1 Amps
17.9 Amps
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WIRING DIAGRAM
BUILT-IN ELECTRIC 30" W. SINGLE OVEN
(WIRING FOR DOUBLE, UPPER AND LOWER OVENS)
(SEE WIRING CONNECTIONS BETWEEN UPPER AND LOWER OVENS ON PAGE #26)
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SAIL SWITCHES are energized during the selfclean cycle only. Power is from neutral (N)
through relay #2 (single / upper oven) and relay #5
(lower oven) to the 8 - position selector switch
contact “J” to contact “6" to line L1.
2-POSITION SELECTOR SWITCH on the
VESO is used to select manual or timed bake.
3-POSITION SELECTOR SWITCH (below) on
the VEDO is used to select upper or lower timed
functions.
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L2 (BLK)
N (WH)
L1 (RED)
Selector Bake position closes Switches 1-L2, 2-N, and 3-E. The Thermostat closes Switches Cy1-Cy2, which
cycles with the oven temperature powering Relay 1 and the Oven cycle light. When Relay 1 closes, it powers the
Bake Element at 208v/240v, and with the Broil Element in series across a 120v circuit, it powers the inside Broil
Element at 70v and the outside Broil Element at 50v.
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L2 (BLK)
N (WH)
L1(RED)
Selector Convection Bake position closes Switches 1-L2, 2-N, 3-E, and 6-1. 6-1 powers the Convection Fan through
L-1 at 120v. The Thermostat closes Switches Cy1-Cy2, which cycles with the oven temperature powering Relay 1 and
the Oven Cycle Light. When Relay 1 closes, it powers the Bake Element at 208v/240v, and with the Broil Element in
series across a 120v circuit, it powers the inside Broil Element at 70v and the outside Broil Element at 50v.
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L2 (BLK)
N (WH)
L1 (RED)
Selector Convection Cook position closes Switches 5-L2 and 6-1. 6-1 powers the Convection Fan through L1- at
120v. The Thermostat closes Switch Cy1-Cy2, which cycles with the Oven temperature, powering Relay #! and the
Oven Cycle Light. When Relay #1 closes, it powers the Convection Element at 208v/240v.
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L2 (BLK)
N (WH)
L1 (RED)
Selector Mini Broil position closes Switches 3-L2. The Thermostat closes Switch Cy1-Cy2, powering Relay #1 and
the Oven Cycle Light. When Relay #1 closes, it powers the inside Broil Element at 208v/240v.
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L2 (BLK)
N (WH)
L1 (RED)
Selector Mini Broil position closes Switches 3-L2. The Thermostat closes Switch Cy1-Cy2, powering Relay #1 and
the Oven Cycle Light. When Relay #1 closes, it powers the inside Broil Element at 208v/240v.
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L2 (BLK)
N (WH)
L1(RED)
Selector Convection Broil position closes Switches 4-F, 2-L2, 3-L2, and 6-1. 6-1 powers the Convection Fan
through L1 at 120v. The Thermostat closes Switch Cy1-Cy2, which cycles the Oven temperature, powering Relay
#1 and the Oven Cycle Light. When Relay # 2 closes it powers the inside Broil Element at 208v / 240v and the
outside Broil Element at 208v / 240v.
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L2 (BLK)
N (WH)
L1 (RED)
Selector Clean position closes Heating Element circuits 4-F, 1-N, 2-L2, 3-L2 and Door Lock Module / Timer circuit
J-6 switches Relay #2. Thermostat clean position closes the Cycle Switch and Thermostat Clean Switch, which
switches Relay#3. Switching Relay #3 allows circuit J-6 to turn on the Clean Indicator Light and enable the Door
Lock Module / Timer which closes Relays LS1-L1 and LS2-M1. This powers the Door Lock Motor until 10 seconds
after Sensor #3 is signaled by VC that the Door Lock Switch SW2 has been closed mechanically (along with SW3)
by the Door Lock Bolt.
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L2 (BLK)
N (WH)
L1 (RED)
10 seconds after the signal to Sensor #3, Switch LS2-M1 is opened, stopping the door lock motion and Switches T1T2, and T3-T4 which switches Relay #1, powering the Cooling Fan, which closes Relay #1 powering the inside and
outside Broil Elements to 208v /240v and the Bake Element to 120v.
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L2 (BLK)
N (WH)
L1 (RED)
Auto Reset switches to 1-3 which turns Door Lock Indicator Light on and disables Door Lock Motor circuit.
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L2 (BLK)
N (WH)
L1 (RED)
Timer Switches T3-T4, T1-T2 open, turning off the Cooling Fan, which will then be powered at 120v by the Fan
Limit Switch when needed, and opening the circuit to Relay #1 which disables the Heating Elements. Switch LS2M1 closes to power the Door Lock Motor.
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L2 (BLK)
N (WH)
L1 (RED)
Auto Reset Switches 1-2 closed allowing the Door Lock Motor to operate and turning the Door Lock Light off. The
Door Lock Motor operates until 2 seconds after Sensor 4 is signaled be VC that the Door Lock SW1 has been closed
mechanically by the Door Lock bolt. The Door Lock / Timer switches LS2-M1 and LS1-L1 open and the Timer
resets.
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VESO / VEDO WALL OVENS DOOR REMOVAL / ADJUSTMENT
DOOR REMOVAL:
!
Open door to the full open position.
!
Place a pin in the pin hole.
!
Close the door to the inserted pin.
!
Remove screw “A”.
!
Lift the door and hinge bezel out of the
door socket.
!
Reverse the procedure to replace the
door.
DOOR ADJUSTMENT:
#
! Remove the lower access panel:
! Remove 2 screws at the bottom of
each side trim (“A”).
! Remove the 3 screws beneath the
door (“B”).
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DOOR ADJUSTMENT SCREWS –“C”-(TURN CLOCKWISE TO RAISE)
(TURN COUNTERCLOCKWISE
TO LOWER).
COMPONENT
LAYOUT FOR
ELECTRIC
DOUBLE
WALLOVEN
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ILLUSTRATION # 1
VESO/VEDO COMPONENT ACCESS
To gain access to the electric and electronic
components:
!
!
!
!
!
!
Remove the top trim (A). Two screws at each
corner attaching the top trim to the side trims and
three screws along the bottom of the trim piece.
Remove the lower control panel trim (B).
Three screws along the bottom of the trim piece
behind the oven door.
Remove the control panel. Four screw at the
top and six screws across the bottom (see
drawing of the control panel). Pull the control
panel carefully forward and tilt down. Being
careful not to disconnect wires attached to the
components on the reverse of the panel.
The component panel is now accessible. Pull
the component panel forward to release the
panel from the slide.
Lift the component panel up to service the
upper oven self cleaning latch and components
located on the latch mechanism.
The bottom trim piece (C) is removed to make
the vertical door adjustment. Remove the two
screws from each corner attaching the bottom
trim to the side trim pieces. Remove the three
screws across the top of the trim piece located
beneath the door.
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VEDO
Illustration 1
205
Illustration 2
LOWER SELF-CLEAN LATCH
The oven will have to be removed from the
wall to service the lower self-clean latch and the
components located on the latch mechanism.
! Remove the oven doors to lighten the load.
! Remove the side trim pieces “B” by removing
the top and lower screws marked “A” and the
screws along the side marked “D” on (Ill. #1).
! Remove the center trim “F” (Ill. #2).
! Remove the brackets “C”, one on each side of
the oven.
! Tilt the upper oven back, hinging on the rear
screws “E” (Ill #3).
ILLUSTRATION 3
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ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
Use a 3 - wire power supply cord kit rated for 30 amps - 125/250 volts
for Models VDSC and VERT or 50 amps - 240 volts for Model VESC
with closed loop terminals and marked for use with ranges. Where local
codes do not permit grounding through neutral, use a 4 - wire power supply
cord. The cord or conduit must be secured to the range with the strain relief
bracket. The electrical connection is made at the terminal block, which is
located behind the access door on the back of the range.
3 - Wire Power Supply Cord
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Remove access door.
Remove supply cord strain relief bracket and 3 supply cord mounting
screws on the terminal block.
Feed supply cord up through the hole in the bottom of range back.
Attach the line #1 (red) and line #2 (black) leads to the outside
terminals and the neutral wire (white) to the center terminal on the
terminal block.
Reattach supply cord strain relief bracket over supply cord, pushing
supply cord up toward terminal block to relieve strain before
tightening.
Reattach access door.
4 - Wire Power Supply Cord
1.
2.
Remove access door.
Remove supply cord strain relief bracket and 3 supply cord mounting
screws on the terminal block.
Remove grounding screw; cut-off and discard ground strap.
Feed supply cord up through hole in the bottom of the range
3.
4.
back.
5.
Attach the ground lead (green) with the ground screw that was
removed in step #3.
6.
Attach the line #1 (red) and line #2 (black) leads to the outside
terminals and the neutral wire (white) to the center terminal on
the terminal block..
7.
Reattach supply cord strain relief bracket over supply cord,
pushing supply cord up towards terminal block to relieve strain
before tightening.
8.
Reattach access door.
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ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS WITH CONDUIT
Use ½" trade size conduit with a conduit clamp, 12 AWG /600 volt
copper conductor colored red for line # 1 and black for line # 2 and
14 AWG /600 volt copper conductor colored white for neutral with
closed loop terminals marked for use with ranges. Where local codes
do not permit grounding through neutral, use a green 12 AWG copper
conductor as directed in the 4 - wire connector directions. The conduit
must be secured to the range with the strain relief bracket. The electrical
connection is made at the terminal block which is located behind the access
door on the back of the range.
3 - Wire Power Connection
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Remove access door.
Remove strain relief mounting angle and reattach as shown.
Feed ½" trade size conduit through the hole in the bottom
of the range back and secure to the strain relief bracket with
a conduit clamp.
Feed line #1 (red 12 AWG / 600v copper conductor), line #2
(black 12 AWG / 600v copper conductor), and neutral (white
14 AWG / 600v copper conductor) through conduit and
attach closed loop terminals marked for use with ranges.
Remove 3 mounting screws and attach line #1 (red) to left
terminal, line #2 (black) to the right terminal, and the neutral
wire (white) to the center terminal.
Reattach the access door.
4 - Wire Power Connector
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Remove access door.
Remove strain relief mounting angle and reattach as shown.
Feed 11/2" trade size conduit through the hole in the bottom
of the range back and secure to the strain relief bracket withe
a conduit clamp.
Feed line #1 (red 12 AWG / 600v copper conductor), line #2
(black 12 AWG / 600v copper conductor), neutral (white
14 AWG / 600v copper conductor), and a grounding wire
(green 12 AWG copper conductor) through conduit and attach
closed loop terminals marked for use with ranges. (Terminal is
not required on grounding wire if used with ground washer).
Remove 3 mounting screws and green grounding screw. Cutoff and discard ground strap. Attack line #1 (red) to the left
terminal, line #2 (black) to the right terminal, the neutral wire
(white) to the center terminal and the copper ground wire to the
green grounding screw using the ground washer.
Reattach the access door.
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VDSC305 SELF-CLEAN LOCK (con’t)
Remove both side panels and insulation
Remove the six(6) screws along the upper frame above the door that hold the burner box assembly to the
oven body. Lift the front of the burner box high enough to gain access to the self-clean lock and associated
components (High Limit Switch and Cooling Fan Switch.) Use a block, approximately 6" high, to hold the
burner box in place while working on the lock.
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VDSC “LOCKED” DOOR
In the unlikely event the door lock motor
should fail in the “locked” position you will need:
1. To fashion a hook on the end of a
12" long stiff wire.
2. Insert the hook between the door and the front
frame assembly at the top, see “A” illustration
at the right. The hook on the wire should be to
the right of the latch hook.
3. Engage the door latch hook with the wire hook
and pull the latch hook to the left until the
door is
released, see illustration below.
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Left Rear (Dual Element) Burner
2400W / 1000W @ 240 vac
10A / 4.2A
1800W / 750W @208 vac
8.7A / 3.6A
Left Front Burner
1500W @ 240 vac
1125W @ 208 vac
6.3A
5.4A
Right Rear Burner
1800W @ 240 vac
1350W @ 208vac
7.5A
6.5A
Bridge Heater
800W @ 240 vac
600W @ 208 vac
3.4A
2.9A
Right Front Burner
1800W @ 240 vac
1350W @ 208 vac
7.5A
6.5A
Bake Element
Broil Element
“A” to “B”
“A” to “B”
21.1 ohms
240 vac during bake and convection bake
120 vac during self-clean
2935W @ 240 vac
12.2 A
2205W @ 208 vac
10.6A
“A” to “D” (outside element) 32.6 ohms
“A” to “D” 50 vac during bake and convection
bake
“B” to “C”
“B” to “C”
240 vac during self-clean
Maxi broil
Mini broil
Convection Element
240 vac during maxi broil
240 vac during convection broil
240 vac during self-clean
(inside element) 32.6 ohms
70 vac during bake and convection bake
240 vac during mimi broil
240 vac during maxi broil
240 vac during convection broil
3000W @ 240 vac
2255W @ 208 vac
1250W @ 240 vac
940W @ 208 vac
12.5A
10.8A
5.2A
4.5A
“A” to “B” 26 ohms
“A” to “B” 240 vac during convection cook
2200W @ 240 vac
9.2A
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