Whirlpool SELF-CLEANING SLIDE-IN GAS RANGES Service manual

KAC-35
TECHNICAL EDUCATION
SELF-CLEANING
SLIDE-IN GAS
RANGE
Models: KGST300, KGST307, KGRT600,
KGRT607, YKGST307, YKGRT607
JOB AID 4317337
FORWARD
This KitchenAid Job Aid, “Self-Cleaning Slide-In Gas Range,” (Part No. 4317337), provides the
technician with information on the installation, operation, and service of the Self-Cleaning SlideIn Gas Range. It is to be used as a training Job Aid and Service Manual. For specific information
on the model being serviced, refer to the “Use and Care Guide,” or “Wiring Diagram” provided with
the gas range.
The Wiring Diagram and Strip Circuits used in this Job Aid are typical and should be used for
training purposes only. Always use the Wiring Diagram supplied with the product when servicing
the unit.
GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
The goal of this Job Aid is to provide detailed information that will enable the service technician to
properly diagnose malfunctions and repair the KitchenAid Self-Cleaning Slide-In Gas Range.
The objectives of this Job Aid are to:
• Understand and follow proper safety precautions.
• Successfully troubleshoot and diagnose malfunctions.
• Successfully perform necessary repairs.
• Successfully return the range to its proper operational status.
WHIRLPOOL CORPORATION assumes no responsibility for any repairs made
on our products by anyone other than Authorized Service Technicians.
Copyright © 2003, Whirlpool Corporation, Benton Harbor, MI 49022
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
GENERAL ............................................................................................................................... 1-1
Safety First ......................................................................................................................... 1-1
KitchenAid Model & Serial Number Designations .............................................................. 1-3
Model & Serial Number Label & Wiring Diagram Locations .............................................. 1-4
Specifications ..................................................................................................................... 1-5
KitchenAid Gas Range Warranty ....................................................................................... 1-9
INSTALLATION INFORMATION ........................................................................................... 2-1
Gas Supply Requirements ................................................................................................. 2-1
Electrical Requirements ..................................................................................................... 2-3
L.P. Gas Conversion .......................................................................................................... 2-4
Adjusting For The Proper Flame ........................................................................................ 2-8
Installing The Anti-Tip Bracket ........................................................................................... 2-9
THEORY OF OPERATION ..................................................................................................... 3-1
Electronic Ignition System ................................................................................................. 3-1
Air Flow—Rear Panel ........................................................................................................ 3-2
Cooling Fan Air Flow ......................................................................................................... 3-3
The Bimetal Switches ........................................................................................................ 3-4
The Door Lock Solenoid & Door Latch Switch ................................................................... 3-5
How The Self-Clean Cycle Works ..................................................................................... 3-6
COMPONENT ACCESS ......................................................................................................... 4-1
Component Locations ........................................................................................................ 4-1
Removing The Control Panel, Ignition Switches,
A Gas Valve, And A Bimetal Switch .............................................................................. 4-2
Removing The Door Latch Assembly ................................................................................ 4-5
Removing The Electronic Oven Control Board
And The Touch/Control Panel Assembly ....................................................................... 4-6
Removing The Cooktop Bimetal & A Surface Burner/Ignitor ............................................. 4-8
Removing The Cooktop Glass & Vent ............................................................................. 4-10
Removing The Convection Fan Motor ............................................................................. 4-12
Removing An Oven Light Socket Assembly .................................................................... 4-14
Removing The Meat Probe Jack ..................................................................................... 4-15
Removing The Broil Burner & Ignitor ............................................................................... 4-16
Removing The Bake Burner & Ignitor .............................................................................. 4-18
Removing The Oven Temperature Sensor ...................................................................... 4-20
Removing The Gas Distribution And Safety Valves ........................................................ 4-21
Removing A Side Panel ................................................................................................... 4-22
Removing The Door Switch & Power Supply Board ........................................................ 4-23
Removing The Spark Module And The Cooling Fan Motor ............................................. 4-24
Removing The Decorative Glass, The Oven Door Handle,
The Hinges, And The Oven Door Glass ...................................................................... 4-26
Removing The Oven Door ............................................................................................... 4-28
Removing The Oven Door Gasket ................................................................................... 4-29
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COMPONENT TESTING ........................................................................................................ 5-1
Bimetal Switches ............................................................................................................... 5-1
Ignition Switches ................................................................................................................ 5-2
Door Switch ....................................................................................................................... 5-3
Door Latch Assembly ......................................................................................................... 5-3
Convection Fan Motor ....................................................................................................... 5-4
Safety Valve ....................................................................................................................... 5-4
Gas Distribution Valve ....................................................................................................... 5-5
Oven Temperature Sensor ................................................................................................ 5-5
Cooling Fan Motor ............................................................................................................. 5-6
Broil & Bake Ignitors .......................................................................................................... 5-6
Gas Valve .......................................................................................................................... 5-7
DIAGNOSIS & TROUBLESHOOTING ................................................................................... 6-1
Diagnosis ........................................................................................................................... 6-1
Failure/Error Display Codes ........................................................................................... 6-1
Fault Error Code Charts ................................................................................................ 6-2
Troubleshooting Chart ....................................................................................................... 6-3
End Of Service Test Sequence ......................................................................................... 6-5
Oven Temperature Calibration .......................................................................................... 6-6
WIRING DIAGRAM & STRIP CIRCUITS ............................................................................... 7-1
Wiring Diagram .................................................................................................................. 7-1
Strip Circuits ...................................................................................................................... 7-2
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GENERAL
SAFETY FIRST
Your safety and the safety of others is very important.
We have provided many important safety messages in this Job Aid and on the appliance. Always
read and obey all safety messages.
This is the safety alert symbol.
This symbol alerts you to hazards that can kill or hurt you and others.
All safety messages will follow the safety alert symbol and either the word
“DANGER” or “WARNING.” These words mean:
DANGER
You can be killed or seriously injured if you don’t
immediately follow instructions.
WARNING
You can be killed or seriously injured if you don’t
follow instructions.
All safety messages will tell you what the potential hazard is, tell you how to reduce the chance
of injury, and tell you what can happen if the instructions are not followed.
WARNING
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before
operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or
electrical shock.
Electrical Shock Hazard
Plug into a grounded 3-prong outlet.
Do not remove ground prong.
Do not use an adapter.
Do not use an extension cord.
Failure to follow these instructions can
result in death, fire, or electrical shock.
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WARNING
WARNING
Fire Hazard
Shut off gas supply line valve before
servicing.
Check all gas line connections and replace all parts and panels before
operating.
Failure to do so can result in explosion,
fire or other injury.
Electrical Shock Hazard
Electrically ground range.
Failure to do so can result in death, fire,
or electrical shock.
WARNING
IMPORTANT
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)
Sensitive Electronics
Tip-Over Hazard
ESD problems are present everywhere.
ESD may damage or weaken the electronic control assembly. The new control
assembly may appear to work well after
repair is finished, but failure may occur at
a later date due to ESD stress.
• Use an antistatic wrist strap. Connect the
wrist strap to the green ground connection point, or to an unpainted metal surface in the appliance.
- OR • Touch your finger repeatedly to a green
ground connection point, or to an unpainted metal surface in the appliance.
• Before removing the part from its package, touch the antistatic bag to a green
ground connection point, or to an unpainted metal surface in the appliance.
• Avoid touching electronic parts, or terminal contacts. Handle the electronic control assembly by the edges only.
• When repackaging the failed electronic
control assembly in an antistatic bag, observe the previous instructions.
A child or adult can tip the range and
be killed.
Connect anti-tip bracket to rear range
foot.
Reconnect the anti-tip bracket, if the
range is moved.
Failure to follow these instructions can
result in death or serious burns to
children and adults.
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KITCHENAID MODEL & SERIAL NUMBER DESIGNATIONS
MODEL NUMBER
MODEL NUMBER
INTERNATIONAL SALES IND.
OR MARKETING CHANNEL
IF PRESENT
K GS
T
30
7
PRODUCT GROUP
K = KITCHENAID
PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
DD = DUAL FUEL DROP-IN / SLIDE-IN
DR = DUAL FUEL RANGE
ED = ELECTRIC DROP-IN RANGE
EE = ELECTRIC EYE-LEVEL RANGE
ER = ELECTRIC STANDARD RANGE
ES = ELECTRIC SLIDE-IN RANGE
GD = GAS DROP-IN RANGE
GE = GAS EYE-LEVEL RANGE
GR = GAS STANDARD RANGE
GS = GAS SLIDE-IN RANGE
MERCHANDISING SCHEME
C = CERAMIC GLASS TOP
H = CERAMIC W/HALOGEN
I = IMPERIAL
P = PROFESSIONAL / COMMERCIAL
S = STANDARD
T = TEMPERED GLASS TOP
CAPACITY / SIZE / SERIES / CONFIGURATION
1ST POSITION
2ND POSITION
1 = DROP-IN
0 = 30″ WIDE
2 = DROP-IN / SLIDE-IN COMBO
6 = 36″ WIDE
3 = SLIDE-IN
4 = COMMERCIAL
5 = STANDARD
7 = EYE-LEVEL
8 = 48″
9 = 60″
FEATURES
0 = STANDARD FEATURES
2 = PLUS FEATURES OR SEALED BURNERS
W / GRILL / CONVECTION OVEN
3 = SEALED BURNERS W / GRIDDLE / CONVECTION OVEN
4 = SEALED BURNERS W / GRILL & GRIDDLE / CONVECTION OVEN
5 = DELUXE FEATURES
7 = DELUXE FEATURES / CONVECTION OR
SEALED BURNERS / CONVECTION OVEN
YEAR OF INTRODUCTION
H = 1999, J = 2000, K= 2001, L - 2002
COLOR CODE
BL = BLACK, WH = WHITE, BT = BISCUIT
BS = BLACK ON STAINLESS, AL = ALMOND
ENGINEERING CHANGE (NUMERIC)
SERIAL NUMBER
SERIAL NUMBER
IM M 20 77981
MANUFACTURING SITE
IM = MONTMAGNY
YEAR OF PRODUCTION
M = 2002
WEEK OF PRODUCTION
20 = 20TH WEEK
PRODUCT SEQUENCE NUMBER
1-3
H WH
8
MODEL & SERIAL NUMBER LABEL
& WIRING DIAGRAM LOCATIONS
The Model/Serial Number label and Wiring Diagram locations are shown below.
Model & Serial Number Location
(Located Behind Storage Drawer)
Wiring Diagram
(Located On Rear Panel)
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SPECIFICATIONS
Model Number
Dimensions/Specifications
Overall Height (in)
Height To Maintop (in)
Overall Width (in)
Overall Depth Inc Hrdwr/Hndl (in)
Depth To Manifold Panel (in)
Depth Without Handle (in)
Door Swing (in)
Shipping Weight (lbs)
Control Panel
Control Panel Location
Control Knob Type, #, Fcn
Cooktop Material
Hot Surface Indicator
Burner Box Finish
Burner Grate Material
Gas Cooktop Burners
Gas Burner Configuration
Gas Burner Type
Gas Right Front Output (BTU)(Nat/LP)
Gas Left Front Output (BTU)(Nat/LP)
Gas Right Rear Output (BTU)(Nat/LP)
Gas Left Rear Output (BTU)(Nat/LP)
Gas Burner Cap Type
Gas Ignition Cooktop
Gas Valves Degrees
Convection
Convection Bake
Convection Broil
Convection Roast
Easy Convection Baked Goods
Control Lock Out
Delayed Cooking Option
Full Meal Cook
Temperature Probe
Timer
KGRT600H WH, AL
KGRT607H WH, BL, BT, BS
44 3/8"
36 1/4"
30"
27 3/4"
25"
25 1/2"
21 3/4"
185
44 3/8"
36 1/4"
30"
27 3/4"
25"
25 1/2"
21 3/4"
185
Front
Glass Capacitive
Ceramic Glass
4 Neon Cluster
Galvanized
Cast Iron
Yes
Front
Glass Capacitive
Ceramic Glass
4 Neon Cluster
Galvanized
Cast Iron
Yes
Sealed
6000 BTU
14000 BTU
12500 BTU
6000 BTU
Cast Iron
Electronic
210 degress
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
In EOC
Sealed
6000 BTU
14000 BTU
12500 BTU
6000 BTU
Cast Iron
Electronic
210 degress
3rd Element
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
In EOC
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Model Number
Interior
Main Oven
Cooking System
Cleaning System
Auto Self Clean Latch
Oven Liner Finish
Oven Dimensions
Oven Volume (cu ft)
Oven Height (in)
Oven Width (in)
Oven Depth (in)
Rack Guides #
Oven Racks #
Oven Rack Type & # Each
Oven Rack
Broiler Pan
Broiler Pan Finish
Broiler Pan Grid Finish
Roasting Rack
Oven Light Number
Main Gas Oven
Oven Ignition Type
Gas Broiler Type
Gas Bake Output (BTU) (Nat/LP)
Gas Broil Output (BTU) (Nat/LP)
Oven Lower Panel/ Door
Lower Storage Drawer
Drawer/Panel Front
Drawer/Panel Color
Storage Drawer Liner
Drawer/Panel Dimensions
Drawer/Panel Height (in)
Drawer/Panel Width (in)
Drawer/Panel Depth (in)
Glides
Accessories
LP Conversion Kit
LP Conversion Kit Part/Comment
Miscellaneous
Product Literature
Job Aid Manual
Installation Instructions
Tech Sheet
Use & Care Guide
KGRT600H WH, AL
KGRT607H WH, BL, BT, BS
Conventional
Self Cleaning
Yes
Porcelain
Fan Convection
Self Cleaning
Yes
Porcelain
3.62 cu ft
15.75"
23 1/16"
18 .25"
5
2
2 Flat
Yes
Yes
Porcelain
Porcelain
Yes
1-Incandescent
3.28 cu ft
15.75"
23 1/16"
16 5/16"
5
3
3 Flat
Yes
Yes
Porcelain
Porcelain
Yes
2-Incandescent
Electronic
Blanket of Flame
15000 BTU
9000 BTU
Yes
Yes
Painted
White
Yes
Electronic
Blanket of Flame
15000 BTU
9000 BTU
Yes
Yes
Painted
White
Yes
5.1"
23.3"
20"
Nylon Rollers
5.1"
23.3"
20"
Nylon Rollers
Included
Spud
Included
Spud
4317337
Yes
9754241
9754288
4317337
Yes
9754241
9754288
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Model Number
Dimensions/Specifications
Overall Height (in)
Height To Maintop (in)
Overall Width (in)
Overall Depth Inc Hrdwr/Hndl (in)
Depth To Manifold Panel (in)
Depth Without Handle (in)
Door Swing (in)
Shipping Weight (lbs)
Control Panel
Control Panel Location
Control Knob Type, #, Fcn
Cooktop Material
Hot Surface Indicator
Burner Box Finish
Burner Grate Material
Gas Cooktop Burners
Gas Burner Configuration
Gas Burner Type
Gas Right Front Output (BTU)(Nat/LP)
Gas Left Front Output (BTU)(Nat/LP)
Gas Right Rear Output (BTU)(Nat/LP)
Gas Left Rear Output (BTU)(Nat/LP)
Gas Burner Cap Type
Gas Ignition Cooktop
Gas Valves Degrees
Convection
Convection Bake
Convection Broil
Convection Roast
Easy Convection Baked Goods
Control Lock Out
Delayed Cooking Option
Full Meal Cook
Timer
KGST300H WH, BT
KGST307H WH, BL, BT, BS
44 3/8"
36 1/4"
30"
27 3/4"
25"
25 1/2"
21 3/4"
180
44 3/8"
36 1/4"
30"
27 3/4"
25"
25 1/2"
21 3/4"
180
Front
Glass Capacitive
Ceramic Glass
4 Neon Cluster
Galvanized
Cast Iron
Yes
Front
Glass Capacitive
Ceramic Glass
4 Neon Cluster
Galvanized
Cast Iron
Yes
Sealed
6000 BTU
14000 BTU
12500 BTU
6000 BTU
Cast Iron
Electronic
210 degress
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
In EOC
Sealed
6000 BTU
14000 BTU
12500 BTU
6000 BTU
Cast Iron
Electronic
210 degress
3rd Element
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
In EOC
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Model Number
Interior
Main Oven
Cooking System
Cleaning System
Auto Self Clean Latch
Oven Liner Finish
Oven Volume (cu ft)
Oven Height (in)
Oven Width (in)
Oven Depth (in)
Rack Guides #
Oven Racks #
Oven Rack Type & # Each
Oven Rack
Broiler Pan
Broiler Pan Finish
Broiler Pan Grid Finish
Roasting Rack
Oven Light Number
Main Gas Oven
Oven Ignition Type
Gas Broiler Type
Gas Bake Output (BTU) (Nat/LP)
Gas Broil Output (BTU) (Nat/LP)
Oven Lower Panel/ Door
Lower Storage Drawer
Drawer/Panel Front
Drawer/Panel Color
Storage Drawer Liner
Drawer/Panel Dimensions
Drawer/Panel Height (in)
Drawer/Panel Width (in)
Drawer/Panel Depth (in)
Glides
Accessories
LP Conversion Kit
LP Conversion Kit Part/Comment
Miscellaneous
Product Literature
Job Aid Manual
Installation Instructions
Tech Sheet
Use & Care Guide
KGST300H WH, BT
KGST307H WH, BL, BT, BS
Conventional
Self Cleaning
Yes
Porcelain
3.62 cu ft
15.75"
23 1/16"
18 .25"
5
2
2 Flat
Yes
Yes
Porcelain
Porcelain
Yes
1-Incandescent
Yes
Electronic
Blanket Of Flame
15000 BTU
9000 BTU
Yes
Yes
Painted
White
Yes
Fan Convection
Self Cleaning
Yes
Porcelain
3.28 cu. ft.
15.75"
23 1/16"
16 5/16"
5
2
2 Flat
Yes
Yes
Porcelain
Porcelain
Yes
1-Incandescent
Yes
Electronic
Blanket Of Flame
15000 BTU
9000 BTU
Yes
Yes
Painted
White
Yes
5.1"
23.3"
20"
Nylon Rollers
5.1"
23.3"
20"
Nylon Rollers
Included
Spud
Included
Spud
4317337
Yes
9754241
9754288
4317337
Yes
9754241
9754288
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KITCHENAID GAS RANGE WARRANTY
LENGTH OF WARRANTY
KITCHENAID WILL PAY FOR:
FULL ONE YEAR WARRANTY
From Date of Purchase.
Replacement parts and repair labor costs to correct defects in materials
or workmanship. Service must be provided by a KitchenAid designated
service company.
SECOND THROUGH FIFTH
YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
From Date of Purchase.
On ceramic glass ranges and ceramic glass cooktops, when this
appliance is operated and maintained according to instructions attached
to or furnished with the product, KitchenAid will pay for factory-specified
parts and repair labor for the ceramic glass cooktop. KitchenAid warrants
that the ceramic glass cooktop will not discolor, the cooktop pattern will
not wear off, the rubber seal between the ceramic glass cooktop and
porcelain edge will not crack, and the ceramic glass cooktop will not crack
due to thermal shock.
On gas ranges and gas cooktops, KitchenAid will pay for factoryspecified parts and repair labor for any gas burner to correct defects in
materials or workmanship. Service must be provided by a KitchenAiddesignated service company.
KITCHENAID WILL NOT PAY FOR:
A. Service calls to:
1. Correct the installation of the range.
2. Instruct you how to use the range.
3. Replace house fuses or correct house wiring.
B. Repairs when range is used in other than normal, single family household use.
C. Damage resulting from accident, alteration, misuse, abuse, fire, flood, acts of God, improper installation, or
installation not in accordance with local electrical codes.
D. Any labor costs during the limited warranties.
E. Replacement parts or repair labor costs for units operated outside the United States and Canada.
F. Pickup and delivery. Your range is designed to be repaired in the home.
G. Repairs to ceramic glass cooktop if it has not been cared for as recommended in the Use and Care Guide.
H. Repairs to parts or systems resulting from unauthorized modifications made to the appliance.
I. In Canada, travel or transportation expenses to customers who reside in remote areas.
KITCHENAID OR KITCHENAID CANADA DO NOT ASSUME ANY RESPONSIBILITY FOR INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. Some states or provinces do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or
consequential damages, so this exclusion or limitation may not apply to you. This warranty gives you special legal
rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state-to-state or province-to-province.
Outside the United States and Canada, a different warranty may apply. For details, please contact your
authorized KitchenAid dealer.
If you need service first see the “Troubleshooting” section of the Use and Care Guide. After checking ”Troubleshooting,” additional help can be found by checking the “Assistance or Service” section, or by calling our Customer
Interaction Center telephone numbers, listed below, from anywhere in the U.S.A. or Canada.
KitchenAid: 1-800-422-1230
Canadian Residents call: 1-800-807-6777
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— NOTES —
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INSTALLATION INFORMATION
GAS SUPPLY REQUIREMENTS
2.
WARNING
3.
Explosion Hazard
Use a new AGA or CSA approved gas
supply line.
Install a shutoff valve.
Securely tighten all gas connections.
If connected to L.P. gas, have a qualified person make sure gas pressure
does not exceed 14" water column.
Examples of a qualified person include
licensed heating personnel, authorized
gas company personnel, and
authorized service personnel.
Failure to do so can result in death,
explosion, or fire.
4.
Observe all governing codes and ordinances.
IMPORTANT: Range must be connected to
a regulated gas supply.
5.
1.
This installation must conform with local
codes and ordinances. In the absence of
local codes, installations must conform
with American National Standard, National
Fuel Gas Code ANSI Z223.1—latest edition* or CANI-B149—latest edition** installation codes.
Copies of the standards listed may be obtained
from:
* American Gas Association
1515 Wilson Boulevard
Arlington, Virginia 22209
** CSA International
8501 East Pleasant Valley Road
Cleveland, Ohio 44131-5575
Input ratings shown on the model/serial
rating plate are for elevations up to 2,000
feet (609.6 m). For elevations above 2,000
feet (609.6 m), ratings are reduced at a
rate of 4% for each 1,000 feet (304.8 m)
above sea level. (Not applicable for
Canada.)
This range is equipped for use with Natural gas. It is design-certified by AGA/CSA
for Natural and L.P. gas with appropriate
conversion. Conversion to L.P. gas can be
made using the kit included in the literature package. The model/serial rating plate,
located on the oven frame behind the
storage drawer panel, has information on
the type of gas that can be used. If this
information does not agree with the type of
gas available, check with your KitchenAid
dealer.
Provide a gas supply line of 3/4″ (1.9 cm)
rigid pipe to the range location. A smaller
size pipe on long runs may result in insufficient gas supply. Pipe-joint compounds
appropriate for use with L.P. gas must be
used. With L.P. gas, piping or tubing size
can be 1/2″ (1.3 cm) minimum. L.P. gas
suppliers usually determine the size and
materials used on the system.
If local codes permit, a new AGA/CSA
design-certified, 4-5 foot (122 -152.4 cm)
long, 1/2″ (1.3 cm) or 3/4″ (1.9 cm) I.D.,
flexible metal appliance connector is recommended for connecting this range to
the gas supply line. Do Not kink or damage
the flexible tubing when moving the range.
A 1/2″ (1.3 cm) male pipe thread is needed
for connection to pressure regulator female pipe threads.
Flexible Gas Supply Line
2-1
6.
The supply line shall be equipped with an
approved shutoff valve. This valve should
be located in the same room, but external
to the range, and should be in a location
that allows ease of opening and closing.
Do Not block access to shutoff valve.
8.
The regulator setting must be checked at
a minimum of 1 inch water column above
the manifold pressure. The inlet pressure
to the regulator should be as follows for
operation:
Natural gas:
Manifold pressure — 5 inches
Maximum pressure — 14 inches
L.P. gas:
Manifold pressure—10 inches
Maximum pressure—14 inches
9.
Line pressure testing:
Testing above 1/2 psi (gauge)
The range and its individual shutoff valve
must be disconnected from the gas supply
piping system during any pressure testing
of that system at test pressures greater
than 1/2 psig (3.5 kPa).
Testing at 1/2 psi (gauge) or lower
The range must be isolated from the gas
supply piping system by closing its individual manual shutoff valve during any pressure testing of the gas supply piping system at test pressures equal to or less than
1/2 psig (3.5 kPa).
Manual Shutoff Valve
OPEN Position
To Range
Gas Supply Line
7.
If rigid pipe is used as a gas supply line, a
combination of pipe fittings must be used
to obtain an in-line connection to the range.
All strains must be removed from the supply and fuel lines so the range will be level
and in line.
Rigid Pipe
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ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
Note: The metal chassis of the range MUST be
grounded in order for the control panel to work.
If the metal chassis of the range is not grounded,
NO keypads will operate. Check with a qualified electrician if you are in doubt as to whether
the metal chassis of range is grounded.
Recommended ground method
For personal safety, this range is equipped with
a power supply cord having a 3-prong ground
plug. To minimize possible shock hazard, the
cord must be plugged into a mating 3-prong,
ground-type outlet, grounded in accordance
with the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA
70—latest edition* or CSA Standard C22.1,
Canadian Electrical Code, Part 1,—latest edition** and all local codes and ordinances. If a
mating outlet is not available, it is the personal
responsibility and obligation of the customer to
have a properly grounded, 3-prong outlet installed by a qualified electrician.
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Plug into a grounded 3-prong outlet.
Do not remove ground prong.
Do not use an adapter.
Failure to follow these instructions can
result in death, fire, or electrical shock.
If codes permit and a separate ground wire
is used, it is recommended that a qualified
electrician determine that the ground path
is adequate.
Do Not ground to a gas pipe.
Check with a qualified electrician if you are
not sure range is grounded.
Do Not have a fuse in the neutral or ground
circuit.
A 120-volt, 60-Hz, AC-only, 15-ampere, fused
electrical circuit is required. A time-delay fuse
or circuit breaker is recommended. It is recommended that a separate circuit serving only this
range be provided.
Electronic ignition systems operate within wide
voltage limits, but proper grounding and polarity are necessary. In addition to checking that
the outlet provides 120-volt power and is correctly grounded, the outlet must be checked by
a qualified electrician to see if it is wired with
correct polarity.
The wiring diagram is included in the literature
package. The wiring diagram can also be found
on the back of the range.
3-Prong Ground-Type Outlet
3-Prong
Ground Plug
Ground
Prong
Copies of the standards listed may be obtained
from:
* National Fire Protection Association
Batterymarch Park
Quincy, Massachusetts, 02269
** CSA International
8501 East Pleasant Valley Road
Cleveland, Ohio 44131-5575
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L.P. GAS CONVERSION
1.
WARNING
Check to make sure that the main gas
supply line to the range has been shut off,
(see below), and that the power supply
cord is disconnected from the AC outlet.
Gas Valve Handle To “Shutoff” Position
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before
operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or
electrical shock.
Gas Supply To Range
Gas Supply Line
2.
Fire Hazard
Shut off gas supply line valve.
Make all conversions before turning
gas supply valve back on.
Failure to follow these instructions can
result in explosion, fire, or other injury.
To convert the surface burners for use
with L.P. gas:
a) Remove the grates and burner caps.
Grate
NOTE: Gas conversion from Natural to L.P.
gas must be done by a qualified installer.
Examples of a qualified installer includes
licensed heating personnel, authorized gas
company personnel, and authorized service personnel.
L.P. gas must not be used unless the L.P.
conversion has been made using the kit that is
included with this range. See the “Gas Supply
Requirements” starting on page 2-1.
Burner Cap
2-4
b) Remove the two screws from each of
the burner heads and lift the heads off
the cooktop.
d) Use an 8 mm socket and carefully remove the orifice spud from each of the
four burners.
Burner Head
& Screws
c) If there is a decorative cover installed
around the burner, remove the screws,
and remove the cover.
Surface Burner Orifice
e) Remove the L.P. orifices from the small
plastic bag (located inside the literature
pack).
Decorative
Cover &
Screws
Decorative Cover
Burner Head
Orifice Bag
f) Install the four L.P. gas orifices in the
burners, (do not overtighten them), as
shown in the following chart.
Surface
Burner
Left Rear
Left Front
Right Front
Right Rear
Surface Burner
L.P. GAS
Propane Rate
Orifice
(B.T.U. /Hr)
Number
8,000
L80
11,000
L99
8,000
L80
5,000
L65
Color
Marking
Black
Green
Black
Blue
g) Place the natural gas orifices in the orifice bag for possible later use.
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3.
To convert the broil burner for use with
L.P. gas:
a) Pull the range out of its mounting location so that you can access the rear of
the unit.
b) Remove the three screws from the rear
panel and remove the panel.
d) Remove the orifice spud #54 from the
broil burner gas line connector, and replace it with L.P. orifice spud #65.
2 Screws
Broil Orifice
Spud
4.
Rear Panel
Screw
c) Remove the three screws from the broil
tube cover and remove the cover.
Gas Line Connector
To convert the bake burner for use with
L.P. gas:
a) Remove the storage drawer.
b) Use a 1/2″ open-end wrench and turn
the bake burner orifice hood down snug
onto the pin (approximately 2-1/2 turns).
DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN THE ORIFICE. The burner flame cannot be properly adjusted if this conversion is not
made.
Pin
Orifice
Natural Gas:
Increases Flame
L.P. Gas:
Increases Flame
Back Of Storage
Drawer Area
Broil
Tube
Cover
Screws
2-6
Bake Burner Orifice Hood
5.
To convert the gas distribution valve
for use with L.P. gas:
a) Pull the plastic cap off the gas distribution valve.
c) Install the loop on the plastic cap over
the natural gas side of the conversion
cap.
d) Install the plastic cap and the conversion cap on the gas distribution valve
with the L.P. side facing up (you will see
“LP” stamped inside the cap, as shown
below).
Plastic Cap
b) Unscrew the conversion cap from the
gas distribution valve and remove it and
the plastic cap. Note the difference between the L.P. and Natural gas ends of
the cap.
Plastic Cap
Conversion Cap Set For
Use With L.P. Gas
L.P. Gas
Conversion Cap Set For Use
With (N) Natural Gas
L.P. Gas
Natural Gas
6.
7.
Reinstall the storage drawer.
Turn the gas supply valve handle on.
Gas Valve Handle To “On” Position
2-7
ADJUSTING FOR THE PROPER FLAME
SURFACE BURNERS
BAKE BURNER
1.
1.
2.
2.
Turn on one of the surface burners and set
the flame to its lowest (LOW) setting. The
flame should be steady and the inner cone
should be dark blue in color. The size
should be approximately 1/4″ (0.64 cm)
high.
If the low flame needs to be adjusted:
a) Remove the control knob.
b) Look inside the gas valve stem and note
the small screw. Insert a small screwdriver into the gas valve stem and fit it
in the screw slot.
3.
Remove the oven racks and oven bottom.
Light the bake burner and check the flame.
It should be approximately 1/2″ (1.3 cm)
high.
If the burner flame needs to be adjusted:
a) Loosen the locking screw on the burner
air shutter.
Air Shutter Screw
Flame
Adjustment
Screw
Bake Burner Air Shutter
b) Adjust the air shutter until the flame is
the proper height. The inner cone
should be bluish-green, and the outer
mantle should be dark blue. There
should be no blowing or lifting of the
flame away from the burner ports.
NOTE: Natural gas flame does not have
a yellow tip.
c) Retighten the air shutter screw.
c) Hold the gas valve stem with a pair of
pliers, and turn the screw in either direction until the flame size is approximately 1/4″ high.
d) Replace the control knob.
e) Turn the control knob from HI to LO and
check to make sure that it remains adjusted properly.
f) Check the other three burners, and adjust them, if necessary.
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INSTALLING THE ANTI-TIP BRACKET
NOTE: The anti-tip bracket can be installed to
hold either the right or left rear leg of the range.
1. Determine which leg you wish to anchor to
the floor.
2. Place the anti-tip bracket template on the
floor in the range opening so that the top
edge is against the wall, molding, or cabinet, and the bracket template is in the
location where the anti-tip bracket will be
installed.
3. Tape the template to the floor.
WARNING
Tip-Over Hazard
A child or adult can tip the range and be
killed.
Connect anti-tip bracket to rear range
foot.
Reconnect the anti-tip bracket, if the range
is moved.
Failure to follow these instructions can
result in death or serious burns to children and adults.
PARTS SUPPLIED
Plastic Anchors
Screws
Template
NOTE: For mounting to a wood floor, proceed
to step 4. For concrete or ceramic floors, proceed to step 5.
Anti-Tip Bracket
Template
2-9
4.
To mount the anti-tip bracket to a wood
floor:
a) Use the bracket template to mark the
hole locations to be drilled.
b) Use a 1/8" drill bit and drill the two holes.
5.
6.
c) Remove the template from the floor.
d) Line up the two mounting holes in the
anti-tip bracket with the two holes you
just drilled in the floor.
e) Use the two screws that were supplied
and fasten the anti-tip bracket to the
floor.
7.
8.
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To mount the anti-tip bracket to a concrete or ceramic floor:
a) Use the bracket template to mark the
hole locations to be drilled.
b) Use a 3/16" drill bit and drill the two
holes.
c) Remove the template from the floor.
d) Tap the two plastic anchors into the
mounting holes with a hammer.
e) Line up the two mounting holes in the
anti-tip bracket with the two holes you
just drilled in the floor.
f) Use the two screws that were supplied
and fasten the anti-tip bracket to the
floor.
Move the range close to the cabinet opening and plug the power supply cord into a
grounded outlet.
Remove the cardboard shipping piece from
under the range.
Move the range into position and make
sure that the rear leveling leg slides into
the anti-tip bracket, as shown.
THEORY OF OPERATION
ELECTRONIC IGNITION SYSTEM
SEALED BURNER
At the same time, line voltage is applied through
the ignition switch v, to the spark module w,
which produces high-voltage, low amperage
pulses to all of the spark ignitors x. The pulses
cause a spark y to occur between the spark
ignitor electrode, and the grounded burner
cap z. The gas and air mixture at the burner is
ignited by the spark, and a flame is produced at
each of the top burner ports.
When a main burner control knob q is turned
to the “lite” position, the gas valve r opens,
and gas flows through the gas distribution
valve s into the manifold t through the open
valve. As gas passes through the valve and its
orifice, it is directed into the venturi u, where it
mixes with primary air to create the proper
mixture necessary for combustion.
120 VAC
LINE VOLTAGE
SPARK
MODULE
7
HIGH VOLTAGE
PULSES
BURNER CAP
10
TO SPARK
IGNITOR
9
SPARK
SPARK
IGNITOR
8
BURNER
BURNER FLAME
IGNITION SWITCH
GAS DISTRIBUTION
VALVE
W
GAS
FLO
GAS
4
3
6
GAS
MANIFOLD
2
FLOW
5
GAS VALVE
AIR SHUTTER
LIT
E
OFF
GAS INLET
1
3-1
BURNER
CONTROL
KNOB
VENTURI
AIR FLOW — REAR PANEL
The gas range needs sufficient air to properly
cool the oven. In addition, proper air flow
through the gas range also keeps the front control panel from becoming too hot while the elements are operating, causing operational problems.
To help provide the proper air flow along the
back of the range, the rear panel of the range
has a spacer on each side toward the bottom.
When the range is installed, these spacers
should just come in contact with the surface of
the wall. If they are accidentally bent in, proper
spacing will be lost, and the oven will not heat
properly. Also, the front control panel may become overly warm, and cause the bimetal
switches to trip, shutting down the operation.
If any of these problems occur, it is most likely
because of air flow restrictions.
AIRFLOW
REAR
PANEL
WALL
SPACER
EXTRUDED
SPACERS
ON REAR PANEL
SIDE VIEW
3-2
COOLING FAN AIR FLOW
to the opening at the end of the control panel.
Air then flows across the chassis below the
control panel, and cools it. Air enters through
the series of holes in front of the range top,
flows beneath it, and exits to the outside
through slots in the rear panel. When the control panel chassis temperature drops below
40˚C (104˚F), the bimetal switch opens, and
turns the cooling fan off.
The cooling fan is in series with the cooling
fan bimetal switch, which is located under the
right side of the control panel. When the temperature of the chassis reaches 40˚C (104˚F),
the bimetal switch closes, and turns on the
cooling fan.
The cooling fan draws air from inside the base
of the cabinet. It forces the air up the air channel, which is located under the left side panel,
AIR FLOWS FROM
CONTROL PANEL
UNDER RANGE TOP
OVEN VENT FOR
OVEN EXHAUST
COOLING FAN
BIMETAL SWITCH
AIR FLOWS
INTO
REAR PANEL
LOUVERS
AIR INLETS
UNDER
CONTROL
PANEL
AIR CHANNEL
COOLING FAN
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THE BIMETAL SWITCHES
There are two bimetal switches on the gas
range. The switches operate as follows:
• Ambient Bimetal Switch (N.C.)
(Inset #1) —This switch is located under the left side of the control console.
It opens the L1 circuit to the electronic
control board if the console temperature
reaches 96˚C/205˚F.
• Cooling Fan Bimetal Switch (N.O.)
(Inset #2) —This switch is located under the right side of the control console.
It turns the cooling fan on if the console
temperature reaches 70˚C/158˚F.
Inset #2
COOLING
FAN BIMETAL
SWITCH
Inset #1
AMBIENT
BIMETAL SWITCH
3-4
THE DOOR LOCK SOLENOID & DOOR LATCH SWITCH
The door lock solenoid operates on a 120-volt
pulse from the electronic control board. When
the door is in the unlocked position, the plunger
is extended. When the door latch switch is
open, the control senses that the door is unlocked. When the door latch switch closes, the
control senses that the door is locked. The door
latch switch, mounted on the solenoid bracket,
is in the N.O. (normally-open) position.
DOOR
UNLOCKED
During the self-clean cycle, the control board
sends a 120-volt pulse to the solenoid windings, which pulls the plunger in, and moves
the latch actuator rod to lock the oven door.
The movement of the rod also actuates the
door latch switch and closes it. When the selfclean cycle is over, the control board sends a
120-volt pulse to the solenoid, the plunger is
pushed out, the latch actuator rod releases the
door, and the door latch switch opens.
The Door Lock Solenoid
(Door Unlocked)
LATCH
ACTUATOR
ROD
DOOR LATCH
SWITCH OPEN
PLUNGER OUT
DOOR UNLOCKED
SOLENOID
120 VAC
DOOR
LOCKED
The Door Lock Solenoid
(Door Locked)
LATCH
ACTUATOR
ROD
The Door Lock Solenoid
(Door Locked)
DOOR LATCH
SWITCH CLOSED
SOLENOID
PLUNGER IN
DOOR LOCKED
120 VAC
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HOW THE SELF-CLEAN CYCLE WORKS
The Self-Clean cycle uses high heat to burn
away soil and grease from inside the oven.
During this cycle, the oven will get much hotter than it does under normal baking and broiling conditions (see the following chart).
The oven is preset for a 3-1/2 hour Self-Clean
cycle. However, you can adjust this cycle time
to between 2-1/2 and 4-1/2 hours. The chart
shows a normal 3-1/2 hour Self-Clean cycle.
Note that although the heating turns off after
3 hours, the door will remain locked for an additional 1/2 hour so the oven can cool sufficiently.
During the Self-Clean cycle, the broil burner is
on for the first 30 minutes. The rest of the SelfClean cycle is completed using the bake burner
only. If the door latch switch is not activated
during the clean operation, the cycle is terminated, and the display will show “close door.”
FIRST 30 MINUTES OF CLEAN
N
L1
MICROCOMPUTER
P8
P7
BROIL
IGNITOR
BROIL
VALVE
AFTER 30 MINUTES OF CLEAN
N
L1
MICROCOMPUTER
P7
P2
BAKE
IGNITOR
BAKE
VALVE
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COMPONENT ACCESS
This section instructs you on how to service each component inside the gas range. The gas range
components and their locations are shown below.
COMPONENT LOCATIONS
Door Latch Assembly
Cooktop Bimetal
Surface Burner /
Ignitor
Electronic Oven Control
Cooling Fan
Bimetal Switch
Gas Valve /
Ignition Switch
Ambient Bimetal
Switch
Oven Light
Door Switch
Meat Probe Jack
Oven Temperature
Sensor
Broil Burner
& Ignitor
Convection
Fan Motor
Bake Burner
& Ignitor
Spark Module
Power Supply
Board
Cooling Fan Motor
Gas Distribution Valve
& Safety Valve
4-1
REMOVING THE CONTROL PANEL, IGNITION SWITCHES,
A GAS VALVE, AND A BIMETAL SWITCH
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before
servicing.
Replace all parts and panels
before operating.
Failure to do so can result in
death or electrical shock.
Bottom Control Panel Screws
c) Pull the knobs off the gas valves.
Fire Hazard
Shut off gas supply line valve
before servicing.
Check all gas line connections and replace all parts
and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in
explosion, fire or other injury.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Remove
Knob
Turn off gas supply and disconnect power
to the range.
Pull the range forward far enough to access the end cap screws.
Remove the grates from the range.
d) Lift the front of the control panel, pull it
forward, and slide the front edge of the
cooktop glass out of the slot in the front
of the panel.
e) Rotate the control panel up and over so
the bottom side faces up.
To remove the control panel:
a) Remove the screw from each end cap.
Grate
Left Gas Valves &
Ignition Switches
End Cap
Screw
Ambient (N.C.)
Bimetal Switch
Opens @ 96°C (205°F)
Resets @ 74°C (165°F)
Control Panel
b) Open the oven door and remove the
three screws from the bottom of the
control panel (see the photo at the top
of the right column).
4-2
Right Gas Valves &
Ignition Switches
Cooling Fan (N.O.)
Bimetal Switch
Resets @ 70°C (158°F)
Closes @ 60°C (140°F)
5. To remove the ignition switches:
NOTE: The ignition switches must be replaced
as an assembly. They cannot be replaced individually.
a) Pull the rubber guard off each of the
valve stems.
6.
Rubber Guard
To remove a gas valve:
a) Pull the rubber guard off the valve stem
(see step 5a).
b) Pull up on the ignitor switch and unsnap
it from the gas valve, then pull the
switch off the valve stem and remove it
(see step 5b).
c) Unscrew the 1/2″ gas line connector
from the gas valve.
d) Remove the 1/4″ hex-head gas valve
mounting screw and its rubber seal
from the front of the gas manifold.
Gas Valve
1/2″ Gas Line
Connector
b) Pull up on the ignition switches and
unsnap them from the gas valves, then
pull the switches off the valve stems
and remove them.
Gas Valve Screw
Ignition Switch
e) Pull the front of the gas valve out of the
manifold and remove the valve.
c) Disconnect the ignition switch wire connector from the main harness and remove the ignition switches.
Remove
Gas Valve
Ignition Switch
Connector
Gas Manifold
Continued on the next page.
4-3
7.
To remove a bimetal switch:
a) Remove the wires from the terminals.
b) Remove the mounting screw.
Ambient
Bimetal Switch
• When reinstalling the control panel, insert
the groove in the front of the panel over the
front edge of the cooktop glass, and lower it
onto the front of the range. Be careful not to
pinch any of the wires between the front
edge of the control panel and the chassis.
Cooling Fan
Bimetal Switch
Screw
Screw
REASSEMBLY NOTES:
• Before reinstalling the gas valve, make sure
that the rubber seals on the mounting screw,
and on the valve, are not cracked or damaged. If they are, replace them.
• Perform a leak check on the gas valve after
reinstalling it. Use a soap bubble method to
perform the check.
Groove In Control Panel
Seals
4-4
REMOVING THE DOOR LATCH ASSEMBLY
Door Latch Assembly
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before
servicing.
Replace all parts and panels
before operating.
Failure to do so can result in
death or electrical shock.
Fire Hazard
Shut off gas supply line valve
before servicing.
Check all gas line connections and replace all parts
and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in
explosion, fire or other injury.
1.
2.
3.
b) Disconnect the 3-wire connector from
the door latch switch terminals.
c) Disconnect the wires from the door
latch solenoid terminals.
d) Remove the two screws from the door
latch assembly and remove it from the
unit.
Turn off gas supply and disconnect power
to the range.
Pull the range out of its mounting location
so that you can access the rear of the unit.
To remove the door latch assembly:
a) Remove the top and side screws from
the rear panel and loosen the bottom
screw, then pull the tabs out of their
slots, and remove the panel.
Door Latch Switch
3-Wire Connector
Screw
(1 of 2)
Door Latch Solenoid
Terminals
2 Screws
REASSEMBLY NOTE: When you reinstall the
door latch assembly, make sure that the door
latch switch actuator is over the latching rod, as
shown.
Rear Panel
Door Latch
Switch Actuator
Latching Rod
Loosen Screw
4-5
REMOVING THE ELECTRONIC OVEN CONTROL BOARD
AND THE TOUCH / CONTROL PANEL ASSEMBLY
P1
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before
servicing.
Replace all parts and panels
before operating.
Failure to do so can result in
death or electrical shock.
2.
Paper Support
At P5
P3
c) Squeeze the end tabs on the ribbon
cable locking ring and pull the locking
rings and ribbon cables out of their
connectors at P4 and P5.
Fire Hazard
Shut off gas supply line valve
before servicing.
Check all gas line connections and replace all parts
and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in
explosion, fire or other injury.
1.
P11
Ribbon Cable
Locking Ring
Turn off gas supply and disconnect power
to the range.
Remove the control panel from its
subchassis, (see page 4-2 for the procedure), and rotate it forward onto the cooktop
glass.
Electronic Oven Control
P5
P4
3.
To remove the electronic oven control
board (see the photo at the top of the
next column):
a) Disconnect the wire connectors at P1,
P11, and P3.
b) Remove the paper support from the
ribbon cable at connector P5.
Bracket Tab
d) Straighten the nine bracket tabs so that
they fit through the board slots, and
remove the electronic oven control
board from the bracket.
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4.
To remove the touch/control panel
assembly:
a) Remove the ribbon cables at P4 and P5
(see step 3c on page 4-6).
b) Remove the locking rings from the
notched ends of the two ribbon cables,
and install them on the ends of the new
touch / control panel assembly ribbon
cables.
d) Remove the two screws from each of
the two end caps and remove the caps.
End Cap
Screws
Notch
NOTE: The touch/control panel and glass are
replaced as an assembly.
Locking
Ring
Touch Panel
c) Remove the two screws from the electronic oven control board bracket and
remove the board and bracket from the
control panel assembly.
Screw
EOC Board & Bracket
Control Panel & Glass
Screw
4-7
REMOVING THE COOKTOP BIMETAL
& A SURFACE BURNER / IGNITOR
4.
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before
servicing.
Replace all parts and panels
before operating.
Failure to do so can result in
death or electrical shock.
Decorative
Cover &
Screws
Fire Hazard
Shut off gas supply line valve
before servicing.
Check all gas line connections and replace all parts
and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in
explosion, fire or other injury.
1.
2.
5.
6.
Turn off gas supply and disconnect power
to the range.
Remove the grates and burner caps.
Surface Burner
Grate
Remove the screws from the decorative
cover and remove the cover.
Remove the control panel from its subchassis, (see page 4-2 for the procedure), and rotate it forward onto the cooktop
glass.
Remove the five screws and the flat washer
from the control panel subchassis.
Burner Cap
Screw & Flatwasher
3.
Remove the two screws from each of the
burner heads and lift the heads off the
cooktop.
Left & Right Subchassis Screws
Burner Head
& 2 Screws
4-8
7.
Move the control panel back into place
over the chassis, then lift the front of the
cooktop assembly, and prop it up with a
piece of board so that you can access the
components. CAUTION: Be careful that
the cooktop does not accidentally fall.
9.
To remove an ignitor:
a) Disconnect the ignitor wire from the
terminal.
b) Remove the screw from the ignitor.
10. To remove a surface burner:
a) Remove the screw from the ignitor and
remove the ignitor from the surface
burner.
b) Remove the gas line nut from the surface burner.
c) Lift the surface burner out the top of the
cooktop.
4 Surface Burners
Cooktop Bimetal
Wire
8.
To remove the cooktop bimetal:
a) Disconnect the two wires from the bimetal terminals.
b) Bend the two tabs down and remove
the bimetal from the bottom of the cooktop.
Ignitor
Screw
Gas Line Nut
Tab
Cooktop Bimetal
Wires
Tab
4-9
REMOVING THE COOKTOP GLASS & VENT
7.
WARNING
8.
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before
servicing.
Replace all parts and panels
before operating.
Failure to do so can result in
death or electrical shock.
Remove the rubber spacer strips from the
edges of the left and right side trim.
Loosen the tension bracket screws and
remove the brackets from behind the left
and right side trim.
Fire Hazard
Shut off gas supply line valve
before servicing.
Check all gas line connections and replace all parts
and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in
explosion, fire or other injury.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Rubber
Spacer Strip
Turn off gas supply and disconnect power
to the range.
Pull the range out of its mounting location
so that you can access the side trim.
Remove the control panel from its
subchassis, (see page 4-2 for the procedure), and set it on the front of the unit.
Lift the vent cover off the cooktop.
Remove the two screws from the left and
right side trim. Do not remove the trim at
this time.
Right Tension
Bracket & Screw
9.
Vent Cover
Right Side
Trim Screws
6.
Raise the cooktop and prop it up (see
pages 4-8 and 4-9 for the procedure).
4-10
Pull the front of the side trim off the cooktop
glass, and slide the trim forward off the
rear trim.
10. Lower the cooktop and position the control
panel forward, away from the edge of the
glass.
11. To remove the cooktop glass, lift the
front edge, pull it forward, and remove the
rear edge from under the rear trim.
IMPORTANT: When you reinstall the
cooktop glass, keep the side edges of the
glass inside the four alignment tabs (two
on each side). If the glass is over the tabs,
it could break when you lower it.
12. To remove the vent, lift it off the vent
opening. NOTE: Check the condition of
the rubber drip seals. If they are cracked or
torn, replace them before reinstalling the
glass.
Keep Glass Inside
Alignment Tabs
Lift Front Of Glass & Pull Off Cooktop
4-11
Vent
Drip Seal
REMOVING THE CONVECTION FAN MOTOR
4.
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before
servicing.
Replace all parts and panels
before operating.
Failure to do so can result in
death or electrical shock.
Remove the two screws from the convection fan motor cover, then unhook the tab
from the liner slot, and remove the cover.
Cover Tab
Fire Hazard
Shut off gas supply line valve
before servicing.
Check all gas line connections and replace all parts
and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in
explosion, fire or other injury.
1.
2.
3.
Turn off gas supply and disconnect power
to the range.
Pull the range out of its mounting location
so that you can access the rear of the unit.
Open the oven door and remove the racks
from inside the oven.
Screw &
Lockwasher
5.
Convection Fan
Motor Cover
Screw &
Lockwasher
Use a 13 mm socket and remove the cap
nut (clockwise) from the convection fan,
then pull the fan off the convection fan
motor shaft.
Cap Nut
Convection Fan Motor
Convection Fan
4-12
6.
Remove the rear panel (see page 4-5 for
the procedure).
Convection Fan Motor
7.
8.
Disconnect the wires from the convection
fan motor terminals.
Remove the three screws from the convection fan motor and remove it from the
rear of the unit..
Convection Fan Motor Wires
3 Screws
4-13
REMOVING AN OVEN LIGHT SOCKET ASSEMBLY
CAUTION: Be careful not to scratch or chip the
oven liner paint when you remove the oven
light socket in the next step.
4. Use a screwdriver and bend the clips on
the oven light socket away from the edges
of the liner hole, and pull the socket out of
the liner. NOTE: If it is too difficult to remove the socket from the front of the oven,
you will have to push the socket out from
the back of the unit.
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before
servicing.
Replace all parts and panels
before operating.
Failure to do so can result in
death or electrical shock.
Fire Hazard
Shut off gas supply line valve
before servicing.
Check all gas line connections and replace all parts
and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in
explosion, fire or other injury.
1.
2.
3.
Socket Clip
Turn off gas supply and disconnect power
to the range.
Open the oven door and remove the racks
from inside the oven.
Unscrew the lens and bulb from the oven
light socket assembly and remove them.
5.
Disconnect the wires from the socket terminals.
Oven Lights
Socket
Wires
Oven Light Lens
Oven Light Bulb
(Viewed From Rear Panel)
4-14
REMOVING THE MEAT PROBE JACK
5.
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before
servicing.
Replace all parts and panels
before operating.
Failure to do so can result in
death or electrical shock.
Meat Probe Cap
Fire Hazard
Shut off gas supply line valve
before servicing.
Check all gas line connections and replace all parts
and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in
explosion, fire or other injury.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Lift the spring-loaded cap on the meat
probe jack.
6.
Use a 16mm socket and remove the meat
probe jack nut and felt washer from the
oven liner.
16mm Socket
Turn off gas supply and disconnect power
to the range.
Pull the range out of its mounting location
so that you can access the left side of the
unit.
Open the oven door and remove the racks
from inside the oven.
Remove the left side panel (see page 4-22
for the procedure).
Meat Probe Jack
7.
Remove the metal sleeve and disconnect
the wires from the meat probe jack terminals, then remove the jack from the unit.
Metal Sleeve
Meat Probe Jack
Violet & Red Wires
4-15
REMOVING THE BROIL BURNER & IGNITOR
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before
servicing.
Replace all parts and panels
before operating.
Failure to do so can result in
death or electrical shock.
Broil Burner
Ignitor
Burner
Bracket
Broil Burner
Ignitor Screws
Fire Hazard
Shut off gas supply line valve
before servicing.
Check all gas line connections and replace all parts
and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in
explosion, fire or other injury.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Turn off gas supply and disconnect power
to the range.
Pull the range out of its mounting location
so that you can access the rear of the unit.
Remove the rear panel (see page 4-5 for
the procedure).
Open the oven door and remove the racks
from inside the oven.
b) Remove the right side panel (see page
4-22 for the procedure).
c) Remove the screw from the shield and
remove the shield from the unit.
Shield
Shield Screw
Broil Burner & Ignitor
5.
To remove the broil burner ignitor:
a) From inside the oven, remove the two
screws from the broil burner ignitor,
and slide the ignitor out of the burner
bracket (see the inset photo at the top
of the next column).
4-16
d) Disconnect the two broil burner ignitor
wire connectors, (one on the right side,
and the other at the right rear of the
unit), from the violet wiring harness
connectors.
e) Pull the ignitor wires out of the unit and
remove the broil burner ignitor.
b) Use a 15/16″ open end wrench and
loosen the hex nut from the gas connector, then unscrew the nut with your
fingers, and remove it from the broil
burner bracket.
Broil Burner Bracket
Right Side
Of Unit
Ignitor Wire
Connectors
Hex Nut
Gas Line Connector
6.
c) From inside the oven, remove the burner
ignitor from the broil burner bracket
(see page 4-16 for the procedure).
d) Remove the six screws and lockwashers from the broil burner.
e) Pull the broil burner forward so that the
air shutter and bracket are free of the
oven cavity, and remove it.
To remove the broil burner:
a) From the rear of the unit, remove the
three screws from the broil tube cover
and remove the cover.
Broil Tube Cover
Screw & Lockwasher (1 or 6)
Broil Burner
Screws
4-17
REMOVING THE BAKE BURNER & IGNITOR
5.
WARNING
Remove the four screws from the flame
spreader and remove the spreader.
2 Screws
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before
servicing.
Replace all parts and panels
before operating.
Failure to do so can result in
death or electrical shock.
2 Screws
Flame Spreader
Fire Hazard
Shut off gas supply line valve
before servicing.
Check all gas line connections and replace all parts
and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in
explosion, fire or other injury.
6.
To remove the bake burner:
a) Remove the two screws from the bake
burner ignitor bracket, and remove the
bracket and ignitor from the burner.
Bake Burner Ignitor Bracket Screws
1.
2.
3.
4.
Turn off gas supply and disconnect power
to the range.
Remove the storage drawer from the unit.
Open the oven door and remove the racks
from inside the oven.
Remove the four screws from the bake
burner cover and lift the cover off the flame
spreader.
2 Screws
2 Screws
Bake Burner
Bake Burner Cover
4-18
b) Remove the mounting screw from the
gas distribution valve, and the four
screws from the gas safety valve (see
page 4-21 for the procedure).
c) Lift the bake burner and pull forward on
the gas distribution valve, and the gas
safety valve until the orifice is free of the
bake burner air shutter.
7.
Bake Burner Air Shutter
To remove the bake burner ignitor:
a) Remove the two screws from the bake
burner ignitor and slide it off the burner
bracket.
b) Pull the range out of its mounting location so that you can access the rear of
the unit.
c) Remove the rear panel (see page 4-5
for the procedure).
2 Screws
Bake Burner
Ignitor
Burner
Orifice
Gas Distribution Valve Safety Valve
d) Remove the bake burner from the front
slot in the liner and remove the burner
from the unit.
d) From the rear of the unit, disconnect
the bake burner ignitor wires from the
red wire harness connector and the gas
safety valve.
e) Pull the ignitor wires through the oven
liner and remove the bake burner ignitor.
Ignitor Wires
Bake Burner
Remove Burner
From Front Slot
Gas Safety Valve
(Viewed From The
Rear Of The Unit)
4-19
REMOVING THE OVEN TEMPERATURE SENSOR
3.
WARNING
Remove the rear panel (see page 4-5 for
the procedure).
Oven Temperature Sensor
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before
servicing.
Replace all parts and panels
before operating.
Failure to do so can result in
death or electrical shock.
Fire Hazard
Shut off gas supply line valve
before servicing.
Check all gas line connections and replace all parts
and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in
explosion, fire or other injury.
1.
2.
Turn off gas supply and disconnect power
to the range.
Pull the range out of its mounting location
so that you can access the rear of the unit.
4.
5.
Oven Temperature Sensor
Disconnect the oven temperature sensor connector from the wiring harness.
Remove the screw from the temperature
sensor bracket and remove the sensor.
Oven Temperature Sensor
Sensor Bracket Screw
Sensor Connector
4-20
REMOVING THE GAS DISTRIBUTION AND SAFETY VALVES
3.
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before
servicing.
Replace all parts and panels
before operating.
Failure to do so can result in
death or electrical shock.
4.
From inside the storage drawer area, disconnect the bake and broil wires from the
safety valve.
Disconnect the gas lines from the gas
distribution and safety valves.
Gas Distribution Valve Line Bake Safety Valve Wires
Fire Hazard
Shut off gas supply line valve
before servicing.
Check all gas line connections and replace all parts
and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in
explosion, fire or other injury.
1.
2.
Turn off gas supply and disconnect power
to the range.
Remove the storage drawer.
Broil Safety Valve Wires
5.
Safety Valve Gas Line
Remove the mounting screws from the
gas distribution and safety valves. NOTE:
The gas distribution and safety valves are
replaced as an assembly. They are not
intended to be replaced separately.
Storage Drawer
Safety Valve Screws
Gas Distribution
Valve Screw
(Viewed From The Rear Of The Unit)
Safety Valve
Gas Distribution Valve
4-21
REMOVING A SIDE PANEL
5.
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before
servicing.
Replace all parts and panels
before operating.
Failure to do so can result in
death or electrical shock.
From the rear of the unit, reach inside and
remove the screw from the bottom of the
side panel.
Remove Bottom
Side Panel Screw
Fire Hazard
Shut off gas supply line valve
before servicing.
Check all gas line connections and replace all parts
and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in
explosion, fire or other injury.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Turn off gas supply and disconnect power
to the range.
Pull the range out of its mounting location
so that you can access the rear of the unit.
Pull the storage drawer out as far as it will
go.
Remove the two rear screws from the side
panel.
6.
Slide the side panel forward and unhook
the front edge, then tilt the top of the side
panel out, and lift the panel from the unit.
Slide Forward & Tilt
Top Of Panel Out
Screw
Side Panel
Screw
NOTE: When reinstalling the side panel, set
the bottom edge on the rail, hook the front edge
at the top and bottom, and install the two rear
screws; then install the bottom screw from
inside the rear of the unit.
4-22
REMOVING THE DOOR SWITCH & POWER SUPPLY BOARD
3.
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before
servicing.
Replace all parts and panels
before operating.
Failure to do so can result in
death or electrical shock.
To remove the door switch:
a) Press in on the locking arms and push
the door switch out of the unit.
b) Disconnect the wires from the terminals.
Fire Hazard
Shut off gas supply line valve
before servicing.
Check all gas line connections and replace all parts
and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in
explosion, fire or other injury.
1.
2.
Door Switch
Turn off gas supply and disconnect power
to the range.
Remove the right side panel (see page 4-22
for the procedure).
4.
Door Switch
P9
To remove the power supply board:
a) Disconnect the connectors from P9,
P5, P1 ,P6, P7, and the connector with
two wires for terminals P2 and P8.
b) Twist and straighten the tabs on the
power supply bracket until they align
with the board slots, and remove the
board from the bracket.
P1
P5
P7
P6
Connector W/2 Wires
Twist Tabs
Power Supply Board
4-23
REMOVING THE SPARK MODULE
AND THE COOLING FAN MOTOR
5.
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before
servicing.
Replace all parts and panels
before operating.
Failure to do so can result in
death or electrical shock.
To remove the spark module:
a) Disconnect the wire connectors from
the module terminals.
b) Remove the mounting screw, slide the
module out from under the tab, and
remove it from the housing.
Spark Module
Fire Hazard
Shut off gas supply line valve
before servicing.
Check all gas line connections and replace all parts
and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in
explosion, fire or other injury.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Screw
Turn off gas supply and disconnect power
to the range.
Open the oven door and remove the racks
from inside the oven.
Pull the range out of its mounting location
so that you can access the rear of the unit.
Remove the left side panel (see page 4-22
for the procedure).
Black (+L)
White (–N) Violet Yellow Blue Red
Green (Gnd)
6.
To remove the cooling fan motor:
a) Disconnect the wire connectors from
the cooling fan motor terminals.
Motor
Wires
Spark Module
Cooling Fan Motor
4-24
b) Remove the storage drawer from the
front of the unit.
c) From the storage drawer area, remove
the front housing screw and loosen the
other two screws.
d) Slide two of the three motor housing
brackets out from under the two screws,
and the other bracket out of the slot in
the chassis, and remove the housing.
Remove This Screw
Loosen These Screws
Housing
4-25
e) Remove the three cooling fan motor
mounting screws and remove the motor from the housing.
Cooling Fan Motor Screws
REMOVING THE DECORATIVE GLASS, THE OVEN DOOR
HANDLE, THE HINGES, AND THE OVEN DOOR GLASS
1.
2.
3.
Remove the oven door from the range
(see page 4-28 for the procedure).
Place the oven door on a padded work
surface with the decorative glass and
handle facing up and the bottom edge
facing the front.
To remove the decorative glass:
a) Remove the four decorative glass retainer screws, and remove the retainer
and two side trims.
b) Lift the decorative glass off the door.
5.
To remove a hinge:
a) Remove the two bottom screws from
the hinge you are servicing. NOTE: If
you are removing both hinges, remove
the steam deflector. Note how the deflector is mounted between the two
hinges.
b) Remove the bracket and retainer screw
from the top of the hinge.
Bracket &
Retainer
Screw
Decorative Glass Retainer Screws (4)
4.
Steam Deflector
To remove the door handle:
a) Lift the air vent and handle off the door.
Air Vent
Steam
Deflector
Bottom Hinge Screws
Handle
b) Remove the four handle screws (two
on each side) from the air vent and
remove the handle.
c) Remove the bracket, retainer, and hinge
from the door.
Retainer
Bracket
Handle Screws (4)
4-26
Hinge
6.
To remove the inner and outer oven
door glass:
a) Lift the insulation retaining plate off the
door.
Insulation Retaining Plate
c) Remove the screws from the seven
oven glass spacer retaining brackets
and remove the brackets. NOTE: When
you reinstall the brackets, make sure
that you position the arrows on the
brackets towards the glass spacer.
d) Lift the glass spacer and the inner oven
glass off the door.
Oven Glass Spacer
b) Remove the insulation and outer oven
glass from the door.
Insulation
Outer Oven Glass
Arrow
Spacer Retaining
Bracket (1 of 7)
e) If you are replacing the rope insulation,
remove it from around the oven glass
opening in the door.
Inner Oven Glass
Rope Insulation
4-27
REMOVING THE OVEN DOOR
1.
2.
To remove the oven door, open the door to
its first stop.
Grasp the sides of the door, lift it slightly,
and pull the door forward until the hinge
hangers are partially out of the slots in the
chassis. Do not completely remove the
hinge hangers from the slots, since there
will be spring tension on them.
3.
Reposition the angle of the door to its
vertical position to remove the spring tension on the hinge hangers, then pull the
hangers the rest of the way out of the
chassis slots.
Hinge Hanger
Keep Door
Vertical
Partially Remove
Door
To reinstall the oven door:
1. Grasp the sides of the door and insert the
hinge hangers into the hinge slots. Lift the
door slightly and push in at the bottom until
the hangers are fully installed in the unit.
NOTE: If the hinge hangers are not seated
properly, the door will not close tightly and
may be off-center. To seat the hinge hangers, keep the door vertical, then lift it
slightly, and push in on the bottom until the
hangers are fully seated.
2. Open and close the oven door to make
sure that it operates and seals properly.
4-28
REMOVING THE OVEN DOOR GASKET
4.
WARNING
5.
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before
servicing.
Replace all parts and panels
before operating.
Failure to do so can result in
death or electrical shock.
Pull the oven liner forward to loosen the
oven door gasket from the front of the unit.
Starting at one end, pull the gasket out of
the liner hole, and remove it from around
the liner and the second hole.
Pull Oven Liner Forward
To Release Gasket
Fire Hazard
Shut off gas supply line valve
before servicing.
Check all gas line connections and replace all parts
and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in
explosion, fire or other injury.
1.
2.
3.
Turn off gas supply and disconnect power
to the range.
Pull the range out of its mounting location
so that you can access the rear of the unit.
Loosen the two oven liner screws so that
the inside of the hex-head skirt is approximately 1/2″ from the chassis.
Pull Door Gasket Out Of Hole
And Remove From Liner
REASSEMBLY NOTE: After the door gasket is
installed, make sure that it is even along the
surface of the door when the door is closed.
2 Oven Liner Screws
4-29
— NOTES —
4-30
COMPONENT TESTING
Before testing any of the components, perform
the following checks:
• The most common cause for control failure is
corrosion on connectors. Therefore, disconnecting and reconnecting wires will be necessary throughout test procedures.
• All tests/checks should be made with a VOM
or DVM having a sensitivity of 20,000 ohmsper-volt DC, or greater.
• Check all connections before replacing components, looking for broken or loose wires,
failed terminals, or wires not pressed into
connectors far enough.
• Resistance checks must be made with power
cord unplugged from outlet, and with wiring
harness or connectors disconnected.
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
BIMETAL SWITCHES
Refer to pages 4-2 and 4-8 for the procedure
for servicing the bimetal switches.
1. Turn off gas supply and disconnect power
to the range.
2.
Disconnect one of the wires from the bimetal switch under test.
3.
Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1 scale.
4.
For the ambient bimetal switch (N.C.),
touch the ohmmeter test leads to the terminals. The meter should indicate continuity (0 Ω).
5.
For the cooling fan bimetal switch
(N.O.), touch the ohmmeter test leads to
the terminals. The meter should indicate
an open circuit (infinite).
6.
For the cooktop bimetal switch (N.C.),
touch the ohmmeter test leads to the terminals. The meter should indicate continuity (0 Ω).
Ambient Bimetal Switch (N.C.)
Opens @ 96°C (205°F)
Resets @ 74°C (165°F)
Cooling Fan Bimetal Switch (N.O.)
Resets @ 70°C (158°F)
Closes @ 60°C (140°F)
5-1
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
IGNITION SWITCHES
NOTE: The ignition switches are connected to
each other in a parallel circuit so that if one
switch fails, the others will still operate. To
check each of the ignition switches for proper
operation, perform the following steps.
Refer to page 4-2 for the procedure for servicing the ignition switches.
1. Turn off gas supply and disconnect power
to the range.
2.
Remove the control panel and access the
ignition switch connector (see page 4-2 for
the procedure).
3.
Reinstall the knobs on the valve stems.
5-2
4.
Disconnect the ignition switch connector
from the wire harness.
5.
Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1 scale.
6.
Connect the ohmmeter test leads to the
pins of the spark module connector.
7.
Press and turn one of the gas valve knobs
to the LITE position. At that point, the
switch should close, and the meter should
indicate continuity.
8.
Continue to turn the knob away from the
LITE position. The switch should open,
and the meter should indicate an open
(infinite ∞) circuit.
9.
Repeat steps 7 and 8 for the other ignition
switches. If the readings are not as stated,
replace the entire ignition switch assembly (they are supplied as an assembly and
cannot be changed individually).
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
DOOR SWITCH (N.O.)
DOOR LATCH ASSEMBLY (N.O.)
Door Latch Solenoid
Door Latch Switch
Refer to page 4-23 for the procedure for servicing the door switch.
1. Turn off gas supply and disconnect power
to the range.
Refer to page 4-5 for the procedure for servicing the door latch assembly.
1. Turn off gas supply and disconnect power
to the range.
2.
Disconnect one of the wires from the door
switch.
2.
Disconnect one of the wires from the door
latch assembly component under test.
3.
Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1 scale.
3.
Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1 scale.
4.
Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the door
switch terminals. The meter should indicate an open circuit (infinite).
4.
To test the solenoid, touch the ohmmeter test leads to the terminals. The meter
should indicate less than 1 Ω.
5.
Press the actuator button and the meter
should indicate continuity (0 Ω).
5.
To test the door latch switch:
a) Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the
COM and N.O. terminals. The meter
should indicate an open circuit (infinite).
b) With the ohmmeter leads connected as
stated in the previous step, press the
switch actuator. The meter should indicate continuity (0 Ω).
5-3
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
CONVECTION FAN MOTOR
SAFETY VALVE
Bake Wires
Refer to page 4-12 for the procedure for servicing the convection fan motor.
1. Turn off gas supply and disconnect power
to the range.
2.
Disconnect one of the wires from the convection fan motor.
3.
Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1 scale.
4.
Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the
convection fan motor terminals. The meter
should indicate between 9 and 13 Ω.
Safety Valve
Broil Wires
Refer to page 4-21 for the procedure for servicing the safety valve. NOTE: The gas distribution valve and the safety valve are serviced as
an assembly, and not individually.
1. Turn off gas supply and disconnect power
to the range.
5-4
2.
Disconnect one of the wires from the bake
or broil safety valve terminals.
3.
Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1 scale.
4.
Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the
bake or broil safety valve terminals. The
meter should indicate between 1 and 2 Ω.
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
GAS DISTRIBUTION VALVE
OVEN TEMPERATURE SENSOR
Refer to page 4-20 for the procedure for servicing the oven temperature sensor.
1. Turn off gas supply and disconnect power
to the range.
Refer to page 4-21 for the procedure for servicing the gas distribution valve. NOTE: The
gas distribution valve and the safety valve are
serviced as an assembly, and not individually.
The gas distribution valve must be checked at
a minimum of 1-inch water column above the
set pressure. If the readings are not within the
range shown, the valve is defective and should
be replaced. The inlet pressure to the valve
should be as follows for operation:
Natural Gas—Set the pressure @ 5-inches,
maximum pressure = 14-inches.
L.P. Gas—Set the pressure @ 11-inches, maximum pressure = 14-inches.
Line Pressure Test above 1/2 lb psi (gauge):
The range and its individual shutoff valve must
be disconnected from the gas supply piping
system during any pressure testing at test pressures greater than 1/2 psig (3.5 kPa).
Line Pressure Test @ 1/2 lb psi (gauge):
The range and its individual shutoff valve must
be disconnected from the gas supply piping
system during any pressure testing at test pressures equal to or less than 1/2 psig (3.5 kPa).
2.
Disconnect the oven temperature sensor
connector.
3.
Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1K scale.
4.
Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the
oven temperature sensor connector pins.
The meter should indicate as follows:
1654 Ω at 177˚C (350˚F)
1000 Ω at 0˚C (32˚F)
5-5
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
COOLING FAN MOTOR
BROIL & BAKE IGNITORS
Refer to page 4-24 for the procedure for servicing the cooling fan motor.
1. Turn off gas supply and disconnect power
to the range.
Refer to pages 4-16 and 4-18 for the procedures for servicing the broil and bake ignitors.
1. Turn off gas supply and disconnect power
to the range.
2.
Disconnect one of the wires from the cooling fan motor.
2.
Disconnect one of the broil or bake ignitor
wires from the wire harness.
3.
Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1 scale.
3.
Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1 scale.
4.
Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the
cooling fan motor terminals. The meter
should indicate between 55 and 75 Ω.
4.
Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the
ignitor terminals. The meter should indicate between 85 and 95 Ω.
5-6
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
GAS VALVE
Refer to page 4-2 for the procedure for servicing the gas valves.
To test a gas valve, use a low-pressure manometer, and measure the inlet and outlet pressure across the valve. There should be no pressure drop. If there is a pressure drop, the valve
should be replaced.
5-7
— NOTES —
5-8
DIAGNOSIS & TROUBLESHOOTING
DIAGNOSIS
• All units that have failed during the first few
days of use should be checked for loose
connections, or miswiring.
• All checks should be made with a meter
having a sensitivity of 20,000 ohms-per-volt,
or greater.
FAILURE/ERROR DISPLAY CODES
• All diagnoses of this range must begin with a
normal check of the line voltage, blown fuses,
and failed components.
6-1
FAULT ERROR CODE CHARTS
6-2
TROUBLESHOOTING CHART
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SOLUTION
Oven will not operate.
Electronic oven control is not set properly.
Reset the oven control (see the Use &
Care Guide for instructions describing the function you are operating).
A delay start has been programmed.
Wait for the start time to be reached.
Range is not plugged in.
A household fuse or circuit breaker
has opened.
Burner ports are clogged.
Plug power cord into a live AC outlet.
Burner flames are uneven.
Burner ports are clogged.
Clean burner ports with straight pin.
Burner flames lift off ports, are yellow, or are noisy when turned off.
The air-to-gas mixture is incorrect.
Adjust air shutters for bake or broil
burners.
Top burner ports are clogged. Clean
or replace burner.
Burner makes “popping” noise when
on.
Burner is wet.
Allow burner to dry.
Burners spark.
It is normal for all four burners to
spark briefly when:
• A draft is blowing on the burners.
Burner fails to light.
Replace fuse or reset the breaker.
Clean burner ports with straight pin.
• A very large pot on burner causes
flame to be unstable.
• The burner is turned on but has not
ignited.
Continuous sparking may be caused
when:
• A switch contact is wet.
• There is a faulty spark module.
Allow switch to dry.
Replace the spark module.
• The wall outlet wiring is not
correct.
Rewire wall outlet.
6-3
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SOLUTION
Control knob will not turn.
Press in on the knob before turning.
If knob is still hard to turn, replace the
gas valve.
The self-clean cycle will not operate.
A delay start time has been programmed.
The cooling fan is not running.
Wait for the start time to be reached.
Check the cooling fan wiring.
Test the control panel shutdown switch.
Replace the motor.
“PF” shows on the display.
There has been a power failure.
Reset the clock.
A failure code (E3, F1, etc.) is showing on the display.
Press the CANCEL/OFF keypad.
If the code does not disappear, refer
to page 6-1, and identify the cause of
the error message to help you correct
the problem.
The keypads do not operate.
The Control Lock has been set.
Press and hold the Control Lock keypad for 5-seconds to unlock the keypads.
The range is not properly grounded.
6-4
END OF SERVICE TEST SEQUENCE
After each service is completed, the following
test should be performed to ensure proper
function on all feature modes.
1. Connect power to the range.
2. Set the Power to On and wait until “Control
Lock” clears in the display, and “PF” appears (this will take approximately 10 seconds). Within 1 minute from when “PF”
appears in the display, perform the following steps in the sequence shown.
For Convection Units:
1. Press CONVECTION BROIL.
2. Press CLEAN.
3. Press BAKED GOODS.
4. Press STOP TIME.
5. Press 1.
6. Press 9.
7. Press TIMER SET-START.
The clock display will indicate “6AS” and
one of the following:
- “hb-FS (for hidden bake freestanding
units).
- “Eb-FS” (for exposed bake freestanding
units).
- “hb-SI” (for hidden bake slide-in units).
- “Eb-SI” (for exposed bake slide-in units).
For Non-Convection Units:
1. Press CLEAN.
2. Press STOP TIME.
3. Press 0.
4. Press OVEN LIGHT.
5. Press 1.
6. Press START.
7. Keep pressing START until the control
scrolls through all of the features. This will
confirm the proper function for each feature.
8. Keep pressing START until the control
scrolls through all of the features. This will
confirm the proper function for each feature.
6-5
OVEN TEMPERATURE CALIBRATION
1. Press and hold the BAKE keypad for five (5)
seconds. The current offset, if any, will be
shown in the 3-digit display. CAL is shown
in the 4-digit display (3 digits on right).
2. Pressing the TEMP keypad s up arrow
adjusts the temperature in 10˚F increments
in the following sequence: 0˚, 10˚, 20˚, 30˚,
-30˚, –20˚, –10˚, 0˚, and so on.
3. Press the START/ENTER keypad to activate the desired temperature adjustment. If
the START/ENTER keypad is not pressed
within 5 minutes, the adjustment is ignored.
NOTE: The BAKE temperature adjustment cannot result in operating temperatures higher than
525˚F, or lower than 170˚F, as measured at
oven cavity center. Once the BAKE temperature has been adjusted, BROIL temperatures
are automatically offset to the same degree.
The CLEAN temperature is also offset automatically when the BAKE temperature is adjusted. If the BAKE temperature has been
raised, the CLEAN temperature is offset by
+5˚F. If the BAKE temperature has been lowered, the CLEAN temperature is offset to
–5˚F.
6-6
WIRING DIAGRAM & STRIP CIRCUITS
WIRING DIAGRAM
7-1
STRIP CIRCUITS
CLEAN (FIRST 30 MINUTES)
CLEAN (REST OF CYCLE)
CONVECTION ROAST, CONVECTION BAKE,
RAISING BREAD (DEHYDRATE)
7-2
CONVECTION BROIL
DOOR LOCK
OVEN LIGHT
BAKE
7-3
BROIL
7-4
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
AND
WARRANTY INFORMATION SOURCES
IN THE UNITED STATES:
FOR PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS AND WARRANTY INFORMATION CALL:
FOR WHIRLPOOL PRODUCTS: 1-800-253-1301
FOR KITCHENAID PRODUCTS: 1-800-422-1230
FOR ROPER PRODUCTS:
1-800-447-6737
FOR TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE WHILE AT THE CUSTOMER’S HOME CALL:
THE TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE LINE: 1-800-253-2870
HAVE YOUR STORE NUMBER READY TO IDENTIFY YOU AS AN
AUTHORIZED SERVICER
FOR LITERATURE ORDERS:
PHONE: 1-800-851-4605
IN CANADA:
FOR PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS AND WARRANTY INFORMATION CALL:
1-800-461-5681
FOR TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE WHILE AT THE CUSTOMER’S HOME CALL:
THE TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE LINE: 1-800-488-4791
HAVE YOUR STORE NUMBER READY TO IDENTIFY YOU AS AN
AUTHORIZED SERVICER