AGA LEGACY 36 Technical data

Electric Range
Service Instructions
This book contains many important safety messages.
Always read and obey all safety messages.
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WARNING
If the information in this manual is not followed exactly, a fire may result
causing property damage, personal injury or death.
WARNING
The anti-tip device supplied with this range must be correctly fitted when the range is installed.
This will reduce risk of tipping of the range from abnormal usage or by excessive loading of the
oven door
WARNING
• ALL RANGES CAN TIP
• INJURY TO PERSONS COULD RESULT
• INSTALL ANTI-TIP BRACKET PACKED WITH RANGE
• SEE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
SERVICING  WARNING
Disconnect from electricity before servicing. Check appliance is safe when you have finished.
Sections
Diagnostics
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Servicing Procedures
11
Technical Data
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Schematic diagram of the Range
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Disconnect from electricity before servicing. Check appliance is safe when you have finished.
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SERVICING  WARNING
Disconnect from electricity before servicing. Check appliance is safe when you have finished.
Diagnostics
Checking the Multifunction Oven
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Checking the Convection Oven
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Checking the Multifunction Oven
Result
Check 1
Open the oven door and turn on the oven light
Possible Cause
Light does not work
1
No power to range
2
3
4
Light bulb failed (most likely cause)
Fault in power supply to switch
Faulty switch
Action
1
Are other parts of the range working - is the clock on, do the ovens and oven neons work? If not then there
is probably no power to the range. Investigate power supply.
2
Remove the light bulb (see ‘Servicing Procedures’). Check the bulb with a resistance with a meter. The cold
resistance should be very approximately 100 ohms. Replace it if it is open circuit.
3 & 4 If the bulb is OK then move the range forward (see ‘Servicing Procedures’) and remove the rear cover. With
the meter check the continuity of the wiring to the bulb and the action of the switch. Replace wiring or
switch as necessary.
Result
Check 2
Turn the function control to the
Defrost setting and check that the
oven fan starts to spin.
Remember - the clock must be set to
the time of day before the oven will
work.
Action
1
2
3-5
Possible Cause
1
2
3
4
5
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Fan does not spin
No power to range
Fan blades impeded
Fault in power supply to switch
Faulty switch
Fault in power supply to fan
Fan motor faulty
Are other parts of the range working - is the clock on, do the oven lights and oven neons work?
If not then there is probably no power to the range. Investigate power supply.
Remove the oven inner back and check that the fan is not impeded.
If the fan is not impeded, not then move the range forward (see the ‘Servicing Procedures’
section for the correct method) and remove the rear covers. With a meter check the continuity
of the wiring to the fan and the action of the switch. Replace wiring, switch or fan as necessary.
Check 3
Remove the oven racks. Turn the oven temperature
control to 400F and turn the function control to each
setting in turn and check that the elements start to heat
up. See the chart opposite.
You should be able to feel the heat from the element after
few moments by holding your hand close to the element
(DON’T TOUCH THE ELEMENTS!).
The bottom element may take slightly longer to heat up.
Turn the controls off when you have finished.
Result
Possible Cause
Burnt out element (most likely cause)
One element
does not heat up.
Faulty switch
Fault in power supply to element
Faulty oven thermostat.(most likely cause)
No element
heats up
Faulty switch
Fault in power supply to elements
Action
One element not working
Remove the element - see the ‘Servicing Procedures’ section for the correct procedure.
Check it with a resistance meter. Replace with a new element if necessary. If the
element is OK then move the range forward (see the ‘Servicing Procedures’ section for
the correct method) and check the continuity of the wiring and the thermostat.
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No element working
Remove the range
cooktop and check the
thermostat and function
switch
Checking the Multifunction Oven
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Checking the Convection Oven
Check 1
Open the oven door and turn on the oven light
Result
Possible Cause
Light does not work
1
No power to range
2
3
4
Light bulb failed (most likely cause)
Fault in power supply to switch
Faulty switch
Action
1
Are other parts of the range working - is the clock on, do the ovens and oven neons work? If not then there
is probably no power to the range. Investigate power supply.
2
Remove the light bulb (see ‘Servicing Procedures’). Check the bulb with a resistance with a meter. The cold
resistance should be very approximately 100 ohms. Replace it if it is open circuit.
3 & 4 If the bulb is OK then move the range forward (see ‘Servicing Procedures’) and remove the rear cover. With
the meter check the continuity of the wiring to the bulb and the action of the switch. Replace wiring or
switch as necessary.
Check 2
Result
Possible Cause
Remember - the clock must be set to the time of day
before the oven will work.
Remove the oven racks. Turn the oven
temperature control to 400F and check that
the element start to heat up.
You should be able to feel the heat from the
element after few moments by holding your
hand close to the openings at the top or
bottom of the oven inner back. (DON’T TOUCH
THE ELEMENT!).
Burnt out element (most likely cause)
The element does
not heat up.
Faulty switch
Fault in power supply to element
Turn the controls off when you have finished.
Action
Remove the element - see the ‘Servicing Procedures’ section for the correct method.
Check it with a resistance meter. Replace with a new element if necessary.
If the element is OK then move the range forward (see the ‘Servicing Procedures’ section for the correct method)
and check the continuity of the wiring and the thermostat.
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Checking the Convection Oven
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Servicing Procedures
Contents
1. To change oven light bulb.
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2 How to Move the Range for Servicing
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3. To Remove a Side Panel
13
4. To Lift up the Ceramic Hob
14
5. To replace a hob element.
15
6. To replace the cooktop neon indicator lights pack
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7. To Remove the Control Panel
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8. To Remove Oven Light Switch
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9. To Remove Oven indicator neon Light
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10. To Remove Electronic Timer
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11. To Remove a Thermostat
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12. To Change Cooktop or Broiler Controller
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13. To Remove an Oven Door
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14 To Adjust the Oven Door Angle
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15. To Change Oven Door Outer Panel
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16 To Remove the Main Oven Door Latch
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17. To Remove the Oven Door Seal
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18. To Adjust the Main Oven Door Catch Keeper
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19. To Replace the Cooling fan
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20. To Remove an Oven Inner Back
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21. To Replace an Oven Fan
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22. To Remove an Oven fan Element
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SERVICING  WARNING
Disconnect from electricity before servicing. Check appliance is safe when you have finished.
Servicing Notes
Disconnect from electricity supply before commencing servicing, particularly before removing any of the
following: control panel, side panels, ceramic hob, or any of the electrical components or cover boxes. Before
electrical reconnection check that the appliance is electrically safe.
1. To change oven light bulb.
Replacement bulb must be 15w 125-130v lamp, FOR OVENS, heat resistant to 300°C (570°F).
Turn off the power at the circuit breaker
Make sure the oven is cool. Open the oven door and remove the oven racks.
Unscrew the bulb cover by turning counter clockwise. It
may be very stiff.
Taking care to protect your fingers in case the bulb
should shatter, unscrew the old bulb.
Screw in the new bulb, screw back the bulb cover. Turn
on the circuit breaker and check that the bulb now
lights.
2 How to Move the Range for Servicing
Follow these procedures to remove appliance for servicing:
Turn off the power at the circuit breaker
The range is very heavy. Take great care. We recommend two people maneuver the range. Ensure that the floor covering is
firmly attached, or removed to prevent it being disturbed when moving the range around. You will need the leveling tool.
There are two leveling rollers at the back and also two screw down leveling feet at the front.
Open the broiler door and right hand oven door so
that you can get a good grip on the bottom of the
control panel as you move the oven.
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SERVICING  WARNING
Disconnect from electricity before servicing. Check appliance is safe when you have finished.
Do not move the range by pulling the door handles
or knobs. Lift the front slightly and slide the range
forward to disengage from the anti-tip bracket.
Move the range a bit at a time, checking behind it to
make sure the electric cord is not caught. Make sure
the electricity cable has sufficient slack to move the
range forward as you go along
Disconnect electrical supply to appliance and unplug
the electrical supply cord.
Reverse procedure to reinstall.
If your range is removed for any reason, make sure the anti-tip device is re-engaged properly when the range is
replaced. Failure to take this precaution could result in tipping of the range and cause injury.
Replaceing the Range
Reverse procedure to reinstall the range.
Reconnect the power supply
Make sure the anti-tip device is re-engaged properly when the range is replaced. Failure to take this
precaution could result in tipping of the range and cause injury.
3. To Remove a Side Panel
Turn off the power at the circuit breaker.
Pull the range forward.
Pull off the push fit control panel end caps at
each end and remove the end fixing screws
under the end cap.
Remove the retaining screws for each panel
(1 at the front and 2 at the rear). The lower
front retaining screws (one each side) are
situated beneath the lower edge at the front
corners of the side panels
Reassemble in reverse order.
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SERVICING  WARNING
Disconnect from electricity before servicing. Check appliance is safe when you have finished.
4. To Lift up the Ceramic Hob
Pull the range forward.
Pull off the push fit control panel end caps at each
end and remove the end fixing screws under the end
cap.
Remove the lower front retaining screws (one each
side) situated beneath the lower edge at the front
corners of the side panels.
Swing the side panels to gain access to the hob
fixing screws (1 each side) at the top front of the side
uprights. Remove these screws.
Caution
The ceramic hob material is much more sensitive to scratches on the underside than the top.
Take care not to touch or scratch the underside of the ceramic as this will weaken the material and cause
the top to shatter.
Lift up the ceramic hob at the front and prop in position with a non-metallic prop.
NB the photo shows a Legacy 44 but the 36 is similar.
The main differences apart from the width and number of elements are that the 36 does not have block
connectors in the connections to the hob elements and the neon indicator lights are on the right hand side of
the hob.
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SERVICING  WARNING
Disconnect from electricity before servicing. Check appliance is safe when you have finished.
5. To replace a hob element.
Lift up the ceramic hob see 4. The elements are now
accessible.
Remove the screw in the center of the element and
slide it out to the side.
Disconnect wiring from the element – make a note
of the wire colors and terminal connections. Refer to
the wiring schematic. Fit new elment and reassemble
in reverse order. Check that the wiring is correct as
shown in the wiring schematic.
6. To replace the cooktop neon indicator lights pack
Lift up the ceramic hob see section 4.
The neon indicator light pack is held to the support bracket by two clips.
Either: -
Release the pack from the support by freeing the pack location clips from the bracket.
Or
Remove the mounting screws of the support bracket, and release the pack from the support
Disconnect the wiring, noting the colors and connection positions.
Fit the replacements pack and reassemble in reverse order.
Check that the replacement lights work.
bracket fixing screws
neon pack locaction clips
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SERVICING  WARNING
Disconnect from electricity before servicing. Check appliance is safe when you have finished.
7. To Remove the Control Panel
Turn off the power at the circuit breaker.
Remove the handrail by first removing the 2 plastic
screw cover plugs and then the end bracket fixing
screws beneath the plugs.
Remove the two screws that were hidden beneath the
hand rail end brackets.
Pull off the push fit control panel end caps at each end and
remove the end fixing screws under the end cap.
Pull off all the control knobs. Open the broiler and
oven doors and remove the control panel fixing screws
underneath the control panel. The screws directly below
the clock are for the clock fixing bracket - don’t remove
them at this stage.
Lift the control panel, pull forward and disconnect the
wiring from the rear.
Reassemble in reverse order. When replacing leads refer to
the wiring diagram. Check operation of timer.
8. To Remove Oven Light Switch
Remove control panel (see 7).
NB The old switch may be destroyed during removal.
Remove switch button and old switch from its bezel by gripping the switch body
behind the control panel and twisting sharply
The switch bezel can then be removed by folding back its locking ‘wings’ and pushing
forward. Fit the new bezel to the control panel by first lining up the raised key on its
body with the cut-out in the control panel and pushing it in from the front. Assemble
the new switch to the bezel by lining up the key sections and pushing home. Fit the
new button by pushing in from the front.
Replace control panel in reverse order and test for correct operation.
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SERVICING  WARNING
Disconnect from electricity before servicing. Check appliance is safe when you have finished.
9. To Remove Oven indicator neon Light
Remove control panel (see 7).
NB The old indicator neon may be destroyed during removal.
Disconnect the wires from the rear of the neon. The light can then be
removed by folding back its locking ‘wings’ and pushing forward. Fit
the new light to the control panel by first lining up the raised key on
its body with the cut-out in the control panel and pushing it in from
the front.
Replace control panel in reverse order and test for correct operation.
10. To Remove Electronic Timer
Turn off the power at the circuit breaker.
Pull off the timer control buttons and remove the
control panel (See 7). Remove the timer/mounting
bracket assembly from the control panel by removing
the two fixing screws. Remove the timer from its
mounting bracket by depressing the plastic lugs on the
timer case, at the same time pulling the unit forward.
Reassemble in reverse order. When replacing leads
refer to the wiring diagram. Check operation of timer.
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SERVICING  WARNING
Disconnect from electricity before servicing. Check appliance is safe when you have finished.
11. To Remove a Thermostat
Lift up the cooktop - see 4. Remove the control panel - see 8 Remove the oven shelves.
Undo the range rear cover screws and lift covers clear.
Right Hand oven
From inside the oven remove the two fixings that secure
the thermostat phial cover. Push the thermostat sensing
bulb back to free it from the clips in the oven back panel.
Feed the thermostat capillary out of and clear of the
oven noting the routing.
Disconnect wiring from thermostat – make a note of the
wire colors and terminal connections - and undo the
two screws which secure the control to the mounting
plate. Refer to the wiring schematic.
The thermostat is clipped onto the front switch. Pull the
thermostat away from the front switch.
Fit the replacement and re-assemble in reverse order.
Check that the wiring is correct as shown in the wiring
schematic.
Ensure that the phial is clipped to the oven rear,
positioned centrally between the clips.
Check that the thermostat functions correctly.
Left Hand Multifunction oven
From inside the oven remove the two screws holding the
thermostat phial to the oven fan cover at the rear of the
oven.
Feed the thermostat capillary out of and clear of the oven
noting the routing.
Disconnect wiring from thermostat – make a note of the
wire colors and terminal connections - and undo the two
screws which secure the control to the mounting plate.
Refer to the wiring schematic.
Fit the replacement and re-assemble in reverse order.
Check that the wiring is correct as shown in the wiring
schematic.
Ensure that the phial is clipped to the oven rear,
positioned centrally between the clips.
Check that the thermostat functions correctly
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SERVICING  WARNING
Disconnect from electricity before servicing. Check appliance is safe when you have finished.
12. To Change Cooktop or Broiler Controller
Lift up the ceramic hob top (see 4). Remove control
panel (see 8). Disconnect wiring from controller – make
a note of the wire colors and terminal connections.
Refer to the wiring schematic.
Remove 2 screws holding controller to mounting panel.
Fit new controller and reassemble in reverse order.
Check that the wiring is correct as shown in the wiring
schematic.
Check for correct operation.
13. To Remove an Oven Door
Door is heavy - take care.
Open oven door and remove Handyrack (where fitted)
by springing one side out of the bracket on the door
and sliding the other side free.
Loosen the two top hinge screws.
Support the weight of the door and remove the screw
nearest the hinge pin. Swing the hinge up and away
from the hinge pin on the door.
Lift the door away from the bottom hinge.
Re-assemble in reverse order.
When replacing the door ensure that the nylon hinge
bush is in position between the hinge pin and the
hinge bracket at the both the bottom and top.
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SERVICING  WARNING
Disconnect from electricity before servicing. Check appliance is safe when you have finished.
14 To Adjust the Oven Door Angle
The oven doors are heavy. Transit of the range can cause the oven doors to move so that they are not
correctly aligned.
Both oven doors are fitted with adjustable door bottom hinges. The hinges can be adjusted to alter the angle
of the door.
Loosen the bottom hinge fixing screws and use the notch and a flat bladed screwdriver to move the position
of the hinge to set the hinge position.
Retighten the hinge screws to hold the door in position.
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SERVICING  WARNING
Disconnect from electricity before servicing. Check appliance is safe when you have finished.
15. To Change Oven Door Outer Panel
Remove the two plastic blanking plugs from the
door handles. Remove the 4mm Hex headed screws
holding the handle to the door with the hexagon key
tool. Remove two screws from top edge and two from
bottom edge of the door.
Remove outer door panel - 4 screws.
Fit door handle to new panel. Fit the plastic blanking
plugs to the fixing holes.
The handles should be above the fixings.
Fit panel to door.
If replacing the outer panel on a right hand door with
a Thermodial take care to make sure the sensor of
the Thermodial is sealed to the door by the rubber
grommet.
Reassemble in reverse order.
16 To Remove the Main Oven Door Latch
Remove the oven outer door panel as detailed in Section 18.
Remove the screws that secure the latch assembly to the inner door panel. Fit
the replacement catch and re-assemble in reverse order.
Check correct operation of door.
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SERVICING  WARNING
Disconnect from electricity before servicing. Check appliance is safe when you have finished.
17. To Remove the Oven Door Seal
Open oven door. The seal is held in place by small
hooks on the rear face. At the corner pull seal
diagonally away from the door centre until that
hook is released.
Proceed to the next hook and release it in a
similar way, and so on. Use force if the hooks are
stiff, as the old seal will be discarded.
When fitting new seal, position the seal join at
the bottom. Hook the new seal in one of the
corner holes of the door, and proceed round the
door snapping in each hook in turn.
18. To Adjust the Main Oven Door Catch Keeper
Open the oven door and slacken the locknut at the keeper base.
Adjust the keeper inward or outward as required, until the desired door
operation is obtained. Check the door seal with a strip of paper.
Re-tighten the locknut.
19. To Replace the Cooling fan
Turn off the power at the circuit breaker.
Lift up the cooktop - see section 4
The fan is now accessible under the cooktop at the rear.
Disconnect the electrical connections and unscrew the
4 fan fixing screws.
Reassemble in reverse order.
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SERVICING  WARNING
Disconnect from electricity before servicing. Check appliance is safe when you have finished.
20. To Remove an Oven Inner Back
Open the oven door.
For the left hand oven unscrew the 2 thermostat phial fixing
screws. See section 11 ‘To Remove a Thermostat’ for more
detail on the thermostat phial fixing screws.
Remove the screws that secure the inner back to the oven
rear. Lift the removable panel away.
Re-assemble in reverse order. Ensure that the retaining screws
are fully tightened.
21. To Replace an Oven Fan
Pull the range forward to access the cover boxes at the rear of the range, see the
section ‘How To Move the Range for Servicing’.
Remove the screws that secure the rear cover and lift it clear. Remove the fan
wiring, noting the colors and connection positions. Remove the inner back as
detailed in Section 20.
Hold the fan blades and undo the centre nut (left hand thread), brass washers,
fan blade and Circlip.
Undo the nuts that retain the fan and remove it from the cavity rear.
Fit the replacement and re-assemble parts in reverse order. Check that the oven
operates satisfactorily.
22. To Remove an Oven fan Element
Remove the oven inner back as detailed in Section
20.
Remove the screws that secure the element within
the oven and lift the element away carefully.
Disconnect the leads noting the colors and
connection positions and connect to the
replacement element and re-assemble parts in
reverse order.
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SERVICING  WARNING
Disconnect from electricity before servicing. Check appliance is safe when you have finished.
23 . To Remove the Left Hand Multifunction Oven Bottom and Top Elements
Bottom Element
Pull the range forward to access the rear of the range,
see the section ‘How To Move the Range for Servicing’.
Remove the screws that secure the right hand (when
viewed from the rear) cover and lift it clear.
Remove the 2 screws ‘A’ and allow the plate to drop
down.
Remove the 2 screws B, holding the element to the
bottom sheet.
Disconnect the leads, noting the colors and
connection positions.
Withdraw bottom element. Fit the new element and
re-assemble parts in reverse order.
Top Element
Open the left hand oven door and undo the screws that
secure the heat shield and remove the shield.
Remove the top element bracket screws and withdraw
element.
Disconnect the leads, noting the colors and connection
positions.
Fit the new element and re-assemble parts in reverse
order. Check that the oven operates satisfactorily.
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SERVICING  WARNING
Disconnect from electricity before servicing. Check appliance is safe when you have finished.
Technical Data
INSTALLER: Please leave these instructions with the User.
DATA BADGE LOCATION: Under the Main oven. Remove the plinth by pulling forward (it is held in place by
magnetic catches) and pull forward on the sheet metal tag under the center of the oven to swing out the badge
plate.
Dimensions
Overall height (splash not fitted)
minimum 35 3/8” (89.8 cm)
maximum 36 7/16” (92.5 cm)
Overall width
35 1/2” (90cm) See ‘Positioning the Range’
Overall depth with spacer
28 3/4” (73cm)
Space for fixing
See ‘Positioning the Range’
Minimum space above cooktop
30” (76cm)
Connections
Electric: 208 - 240 V 60 Hz (120volt oven lights / 120volt neons)
Ratings
Ovens
Fan element
Top element
Browning Element
Bottom element
Left hand Multifunction Oven
Broiler
2300W
2500W
Right hand Fan Oven
2500W
1200W
1150W
1000W
Maximum total electrical load at 240V
15500W (approximate total including oven lights, oven fan etc.)
Recommended power cord rating 50 ampere in line with Nation Electrical code ANSI/NFPA 70
Total current draw approximately 64.6A
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Schematic diagram of the Range
Caution: Label all wires prior to disconnection when servicing controls. Wiring errors can cause
improper and dangerous operation. Verify proper operation after servicing.
AGA Legacy 36 Inch Circuit Key
Code Description
Code
Color
REC
Right hand end cooktop element controller
BK
Black
RFC
Right front cooktop element controller
BL
Blue
RRC
Right rear cooktop element controller
BR
Brown
LFC
Left front cooktop element controller
GY
Grey
LRC
Left rear cooktop element controller
O
Orange
REE
Right hand end cooktop element - 2200W
R
Red
RFE
Right front cooktop element - 1700W
V
Violet
RRE
Right rear cooktop element - 1200W
W
White
LFE
Left front cooktop element - 1200W
W/BK
White & Black
LRE
Left rear cooktop element - 1800 W
Y
Yellow
BRE
Broiler Elements
BSB
Broiler Switch Block
BTC
Broiler Temperature Control
TCO
Temperature Cut Out
OFM
Oven Fan Motor
OLS
Oven Light Switch
OVL
Oven Light 120 Volts
NLI
Neon Light
L2
L2 Supply (Red)
N
Neutral Supply (White)
L1
L1 Supply (BlacK)
OTL
Oven Temperature Control Left
LBE
Left Oven Bottom Element
LTO
Left Oven Top Element
LTI
Left Oven Top Inner Element
LFE
Left Oven Fan Element
LOS
Left Oven Switch Block
TCK
Oven Control Clock
CFM
Cooling Fan Motor
OTR
Oven Temperature Control Right
RSB
Right Oven Switch Block
ROE
Right Oven Fan element
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Schematic diagram of the Range
Caution: Label all wires prior to disconnection when servicing controls. Wiring errors can cause
improper and dangerous operation. Verify proper operation after servicing.
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