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White-Westinghouse ES200 Service manual
ELECTROLUX HOME PRODUCTS NORTH AMERICA
SERVICE
MANUAL
NEXT GEN
30”
ELECTRIC
FREESTANDING RANGES
White-Westinghouse
5995361523
December 2001
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SAFE SERVICING PRACTICES - ALL APPLIANCES
To avoid personal injury and/or property damage, it is important that Safe Servicing
Practices be observed. The following are some limited examples of safe practices:
1. DO NOT attempt a product repair if you have any doubts as to your ability to
complete it in a safe and satisfactory manner.
2. Before servicing or moving an appliance:
• Remove the power cord from the electrical outlet, trip the circuit breaker to the
OFF position, or remove the fuse.
• Turn off the gas supply.
• Turn off the water supply.
3. Never interfere with the proper operation of any safety device.
4. USE ONLY REPLACEMENT PARTS CATALOGED FOR THIS APPLIANCE.
SUBSTITUTIONS MAY DEFEAT COMPLIANCE WITH SAFETY
STANDARDS SET FOR HOME APPLIANCES.
5. GROUNDING: The standard color coding for safety ground wires is GREEN, or
GREEN with YELLOW STRIPES. Ground leads are not to be used as current
carrying conductors. It is EXTREMELY important that the service technician
reestablish all safety grounds prior to completion of service. Failure to do so will
create a hazard.
6. Prior to returning the product to service, ensure that:
• All electrical connections are correct and secure
• All electrical leads are properly dressed and secured away from sharp edges,
high-temperature components, and moving parts
• All non-insulated electrical terminals, connectors, heaters, etc. are adequately
spaced away from all metal parts and panels
• All safety grounds (both internal and external) are correctly and securely
connected
• All panels are properly and securely reassembled
ATTENTION!!!
This service manual is intended for use by persons having electrical and mechanical training
and a level of knowledge of these subjects generally considered acceptable in the appliance
repair trade. Electrolux Home Products cannot be responsible, nor assume any liability, for
injury or damage of any kind arising from the use of this manual.
© 2001 White Consolidated Industries
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Safe servicing practices
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Quick reference sheet
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Maximum allowable surface temperatures
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SECTION A - INSTALLATION
Clearances and dimensions
Important safety instructions
Tools you will need
Normal installation steps
Anti-tip bracket installation instructions
Electrical connection requirements
Grounding instructions
Model and serial number location
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SECTION B - SURFACE ELEMENT CONTROL SYSTEM
Standard Infinite Switch
Troubleshooting
Element does not heat
Element does not cycle
Indicator light does not glow
Indicator light glows full brilliance with all switches off
Dual Infinite Switch
Troubleshooting
Both elements do not heat
Outer element doesn’t heat, but inner element does
Inner element doesn’t heat, but outer element does
Elements do not cycle
Indicator light does not glow
Indicator light glows full brilliance with all switches off
Top Element Electronic Control System
Components of the system
How it operates
Troubleshooting
F5 code
F6 code
F7 code
Blank display
Element not heating
Warm and Serve Zone
Troubleshooting
Element does not heat
Element does not cycle
Indicator light does not glow
Indicator light glows full brilliance with switch turned off
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SECTION C - ELECTRONIC OVEN CONTROL SYSTEMS
The ES 100 Electronic Oven Control System
How to program the ES 100
To set the clock
To set the minute timer
To change the minute timer while it is in use
To cancel the minute timer before the set time has run out
To set the controls for baking
To change the oven temperature after baking has started
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To broil
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How the ES 100 operates
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Bake
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Broil
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Calibration
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The control cannot be calibrated
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Troubleshooting
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F1 code
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F3 code
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Control will not program
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Control will not program
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Blank Display
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No heat
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Bake element does not heat
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Broil element does not heat
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Sample schematic for ES100 control system
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The ES 200 Electronic Oven Control System
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How to program the ES 200
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Temperature conversion
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To change the temperature from °F to °C or from °C to °F
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To set the clock
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To set the minute timer
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To change the minute timer while it is in use
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To cancel the minute timer before the set time has run out
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To set the controls for baking
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To change the oven temperature after baking has started
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To set control for continuous baking
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To set control for oven lockout feature
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To broil
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To set the controls for a self-clean cycle
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When the self-clean cycle is completed
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Stopping or interrupting a self-cleaning cycle
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How the ES 200 operates
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Bake
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Broil
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Clean
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Calibration
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To change the calibration
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Troubleshooting
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F1 code
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F3 code
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F9 code
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Control will not program
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Blank display
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Bake element does not heat
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Broil element does not heat
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Oven door does not lock when the oven is programmed for clean
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Oven door locks but the oven does not heat
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Lock motor runs continuously
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Door latch is partly closed with door open
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Sample schematic for ES200 control system
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The ES 300 Electronic Oven Control System
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How to program the ES 300
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For a silent control panel
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To change the temperature from °F to °C or from °C to °F
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To set the clock
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To set the minute timer
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To change the minute timer while it is in use
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To cancel the minute timer before the set time has run out
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To set the controls for baking
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To change the oven temperature after baking has started
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To set control for continuous baking
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To set control for oven lockout feature
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To program the oven to begin baking immediately
and to shut off automatically
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To program oven for a delayed start time
and to shut-off automatically
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When the set bake time runs out
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To change the oven temperature or bake
time after baking has started
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Speed Bake™
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To set speed bake cooking system
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To broil
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To set the controls for a self-clean cycle
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When the self-clean cycle is completed
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Stopping or interrupting a self-cleaning cycle
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How the ES 300 operates
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Bake
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Time bake
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Speed bake
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Broil
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Clean
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Calibration
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To change the calibration
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Troubleshooting
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F1 code
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F3 code
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F9 code
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Control will not program
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Time bake does not operate
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Blank display
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Bake element does not heat
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Broil element does not heat
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Oven door does not lock when the oven is programmed for clean
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Oven door locks but the oven does not heat
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Lock motor runs continuously
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Door latch is partly closed with door open
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Fan in oven does not run when speed bake switch is turned on
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Sample schematic for ES300 control system
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The ES 400 Electronic Oven Control System
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How to program the ES 400
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Clock
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To set the clock
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Changing between 12 or 24 hour time of day display
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Continuous bake or 12 hour energy saving
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To set the control for continuous bake or 12 hour energy saving
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Minute timer
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To set the minute timer
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To change the minute timer while it is in use
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To cancel the minute timer before the set time has run out
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Oven lockout feature
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To activate the oven lockout
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To reactivate oven operation
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Temperature display - Fahrenheit or Celsius
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To change the temperature from °F to °C or from °C to °F
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Silent control operation
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To change control from normal sound
operation to silent control operation
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Preheat
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To set preheat temperature
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To change the preheat temperature while the oven is preheating
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Bake
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To set the bake temperature
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To change the bake temperature
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Timed bake
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To program the oven to begin baking immediately
and to shut off automatically
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Delay timed bake- cook time and stop time
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To program oven for a delayed start time and
to shut-off automatically
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To broil
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To set the oven to broil
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Convection bake
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To set the convection bake feature
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Convection roast
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To set the convection roast feature
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Self-clean cycle
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To set the controls for the self-cleaning cycle
to start immediately and shut off automatically
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When the self-clean cycle is completed
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Stopping or interrupting a self-cleaning cycle
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How the ES 400 operates
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Preheat
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Bake
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Time bake
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Convection bake
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Convection roast
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Broil
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Clean
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Calibration
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To change the calibration
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To adjust the oven temperature higher
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To adjust the oven temperature lower
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Troubleshooting
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F1 code
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F3 code
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F9 code
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Control will not program
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Time bake does not operate
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Convection bake and convection roast
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Neither the fan motor or the assist element operates
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If either the convection bake or roast operates
normal but the other does not
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Fan motor does not operate
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Assist element does not operate
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Control does not operate in preheat
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Blank Display
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Bake element does not heat
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Broil element does not heat
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Oven door does not lock when the oven is programmed for clean
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Lock motor runs continuously
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Oven door locks but the oven does not heat
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Door latch is partly closed with door open
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Sample schematic for ES400 control system
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The ES 450 Electronic Oven Control System
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How to program the ES 450
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Clock
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To set the clock
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Changing between 12 or 24 hour time of day display
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Continuous bake or 12 hour energy saving
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To set the control for continuous bake or 12 hour energy saving
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Minute timer
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To set the minute timer
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To change the minute timer while it is in use
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To cancel the minute timer before the set time has run out
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Oven lockout feature
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To activate the oven lockout
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To reactivate oven operation
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Temperature display - Fahrenheit or Celsius
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To change the temperature from °F to °C or from °C to °F
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Silent control operation
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To change control from normal sound
operation to silent control operation
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Preheat
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To set preheat temperature
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To change the preheat temperature while the oven is preheating
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Bake
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To set the bake temperature
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To change the bake temperature
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Timed bake
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To program the oven to begin baking immediately
and to shut off automatically
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Delay timed bake- cook time and stop time
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To program oven for a delayed start time and
to shut-off automatically
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To broil
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To set the oven to broil
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Convection bake
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To set the convection bake feature
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Setting food categories feature
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To set the food categories feature
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Self-clean cycle
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To set the controls for the self-cleaning cycle
to start immediately and shut off automatically
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When the self-clean cycle is completed
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Stopping or interrupting a self-cleaning cycle
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How the ES 450 operates
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Preheat
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Bake
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Time bake
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Convection bake
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Fixed settings
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Meats
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Cakes
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Breads
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Broil
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Clean
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Calibration
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To change the calibration
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To adjust the oven temperature higher
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To adjust the oven temperature lower
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Troubleshooting
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F1 code
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F3 code
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F9 code
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Control will not program
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Time bake does not operate
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Convection bake
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Neither the fan motor or the assist element operates
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Fan motor does not operate
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Assist element does not operate
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Control does not operate in preheat
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Blank Display
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Bake element does not heat
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Broil element does not heat
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Oven door does not lock when the oven is programmed for clean
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Lock motor runs continuously
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Oven door locks but the oven does not heat
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Door latch is partly closed with door open
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Sample schematic for ES450 control system
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Warmer drawer
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To set the warmer drawer thermostat control
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How the warmer drawer circuit works
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Troubleshooting
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Element does not heat
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If the element heats during preheat, then stays off
until the temperature drops to about 130° F
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If the element does not cycle off
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If the warmer drawer is slow preheating
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If the warmer drawer heats, but the indicator
light does not glow
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SECTION D - DISASSEMBLY AND REPLACEMENT OF PARTS
Backguard
To remove the backguard back panel
To remove the infinite switches
To remove the knobs
To remove the potentiometers
To remove the user interface board
To remove the display window
To remove the top elements indicator light
To remove the electronic oven control
To remove the oven light switch
To remove the control panel
To remove the end caps
To remove the splasher panel
Main Top Area
To remove the main top with coil elements
To remove the main top on smooth top ranges
To remove the main top hinges
Top elements
To remove coil elements
To remove smooth top elements
To remove and replace terminal blocks for coil elements
To remove the lift and lock rods
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To remove burner pan (coil element ranges only)
Oven door
To remove oven door seal
To remove oven door
Door hinge adjustment
Removal of the hinge opening cover
Door hinge removal
Oven door disassembly
Removing the upper door trim
Door handle
Outer door glass and trim
Center glass
Wool shield
Glass package and inner door liner
Components inside the oven
Bake element
Broil element
Fan blade (convection/speed bake models)
Convection assist element removal
Oven vent (coil element models)
Oven vent (smooth top models)
Removing the oven light cover (self-clean models)
Door latch removal (self-clean)
Door switch and rod removal (self-clean)
Components mounted to the back of the range
Removing the back cover
Removing lock motor assembly
Removing convection and speed bake motor assemblies
Removing oven sensor
Removing oven light socket
Removing mother board
Removing the bodyside panels
Storage drawer
Removing the storage drawer front panel
Removing inside drawer panel
Removing storage drawer glides
Removing the bottom heat shield
Removing bottom wool shield
Warmer drawer area
Removing the warmer drawer
Removing the warmer drawer side rail
Removing drawer rail from range frame
Removing warmer drawer low limit thermostat
Removing the warmer drawer element
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Quick reference sheet
1.
Serial number breakdown:
N F 1 2 3 1 8 4 7 5
Incremented unit number
Production week
Last digit of production year
Product identification
Manufacturing Facility
RTD
2.
Oven sensor resistance chart:
3.
Element resistance
Temperature Degrees F.
32 +/- 1.9
75 +/- 2.5
250 +/- 4.4
350 +/- 5.4
450 +/- 6.9
550 +/- 8.2
650 +/- 9.6
900 +/- 13.6
SCALE
Resistance (Ohms)
1000 +/- 4.0
1091 +/- 5.3
1453 +/- 8.9
1654 +/- 10.8
1852 +/- 13.5
2047 +/- 15.8
2237 +/- 18.5
2697 +/- 24.4
The wattage rating is stamped on the element. To determine the resistance divide the wattage by the voltage
rating on the element (either 250 or 120) to obtain the
amperage. Then divide the amperage into the voltage
rating to obtain the resistance. If for some reason you
cannot find the wattage rating, as a general rule most
element’s resistance will be between 15 and 45 Ohms.
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Maximum allowable surface temperatures for gas & electric cooking products:
When Frigidaire tests side panels and doors for surface temperature, certain U.L. and/or A.G.A. guide lines
must be followed.
1. Product must be undamaged, correctly assembled and have the correct oven test temperature.
2. All surface temperatures are based on a room temperature of 77° F (25° C) and an oven set temperature of
400° F.
3. Oven must be cycling at 400° F for one hour before test is conducted.
4. Pyrometers (temperature testers) must be of high quality and properly adjusted.
5. An increase or decrease of 1° F in the room ambient temperature will allow a 1° F increase or decrease in
the maximum allowable surface temperature of the range.
Side Panel, Painted 152° F
Side Panel, Porcelain 160° F
Oven Door, Glass 172° F
Oven Door, Painted 152° F
Oven Door, Porcelain 160° F
Warmer Drawer, Painted 152° F
Warmer Drawer, Porcelain 160° F
Cooktop, No Temperature Limits Apply
Lower Console, No Temperature Limits Apply
Oven Vent Area, No Temperature Limits Apply
Conventional Gas & Electric
Self-Clean Gas at Clean Temperature
Self-Clean Gas at Clean Temperature
Knobs and Handles
Plastic*
Metal
167 F
131 F
167 F
131 F
182 F
152 F
Skirt
Plastic*
182 F
182 F
182 F
Metal
152 F
152 F
152 F
* Includes plastic with metal plating not more than 0.005" thick and metal with a plastic or vinyl covering not less
than 0.005" thick
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SECTION A - INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION AND SERVICE MUST BE PERFORMED BY A QUALIFIED INSTALLER.
IMPORTANT: SAVE FOR LOCAL ELECTRICAL INSPECTOR'S USE.
Clearances and Dimensions
1. Provide adequate clearances between the range and adjacent combustible surfaces.
2. Location—Check location where the range will be installed. Check for proper electrical supply, and
the stability of the floor.
3. Dimensions that are shown must be used. Given dimensions provide minimum clearance. Contact
surface must be solid and level.
*30" MINIMUM CLEARANCE BETWEEN THE TOP OF THE COOKING SURFACE AND THE BOTTOM OF AN
UNPROTECTED WOOD OR METAL CABINET; OR 24" MINIMUM WHEN BOTTOM OF WOOD OR METAL
CABINET IS PROTECTED BY NOT LESS THAN 1/4" FLAME RETARDANT MILLBOARD COVERED WITH NOT
LESS THAN NO. 28 MSG SHEET STEEL, 0.015" STAINLESS STEEL, 0.024" ALUMINUM OR 0.020" COPPER.
0" CLEARANCE IS THE MINIMUM FOR THE REAR OF THE RANGE. FOLLOW ALL DIMENSION REQUIREMENTS
PROVIDED ABOVE TO PREVENT PROPERTY DAMAGE, POTENTIAL FIRE HAZARD, AND INCORRECT
COUNTERTOP AND CABINET CUTS.
TO ELIMINATE THE RISK OF BURNS OR FIRE BY REACHING OVER HEATED SURFACE UNITS, CABINET
STORAGE SPACE LOCATED ABOVE THE SURFACE UNITS SHOULD BE AVOIDED. IF CABINET STORAGE
IS TO BE PROVIDED, THE RISK CAN BE REDUCED BY INSTALLING A RANGE HOOD THAT PROJECTS
HORIZONTALLY A MINIMUM OF 5" BEYOND THE BOTTOM OF THE CABINETS.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING: If the information in this manual is not
followed exactly, a fire or electrical shock may result
causing property damage, personal injury or death.
5/16" Nutdriver or Flat Head Screwdriver
• Electric Drill & 1/8" Diameter Drill Bit (MasonryDrill
Bit if installing in concrete)
For electrical supply connection:
•
1/4" & 3/8" Socket driver or Nutdriver
Additional Materials You Will Need
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Power Supply Cord or
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Copper Electrical Wiring & Metal Conduit (for hard
wiring)
Important Notes to the Installer
1. Read all instructions contained in these installation
instructions before installing range.
2. Remove all packing material from the oven
compartments before connecting the gas and
electrical supply to the range.
3. Observe all governing codes and ordinances.
4. Be sure to leave these instructions with the
consumer.
Important Note to the Consumer
Keep these instructions with your owner's guide for
future reference.
• As when using any appliance generating heat, there
are certain safety precautions you should follow.
These are listed in the Use & Care Manual, read it
carefully.
• Be sure your range is installed and grounded properly
by a qualified installer or service technician.
• Make sure the wall coverings around the range can
withstand the heat generated by the range.
• To eliminate the need to reach over the surface
elements, cabinet storage space above the elements
should be avoided.
Before Starting - Tools You Will Need:
For leveling legs and Anti-Tip Bracket:
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Adjustable wrench or channel lock pliers
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Normal Installation Steps
1. Anti-Tip Bracket Installation Instructions
Important Safety Warning - To reduce the risk of
tipping of the range, the range must be secured to
the floor by properly installed anti-tip bracket and
screws packed with the range. Failure to install the
anti-tip bracket will allow the range to tip over if
excessive weight is placed on an open door or if a
child climbs upon it. Serious injury might result
from spilled hot liquids or from the range itself.
If range is ever moved to a different location, the
anti-tip brackets must also be moved and installed
with the range.
Instructions are provided for installation in wood or
cement fastened to either the floor or wall. When
installed to the wall, make sure that screws
completely penetrate dry wall and are secured in
wood or metal. When fastening to the floor or wall,
be sure that screws do not penetrate electrical
wiring or plumbing.
A. Locate the Bracket Using the Template -(Bracket
may be located on either the left or right side of the
range. Use the information below to locate the
bracket if template is not available). Mark the floor
or wall where left or right side of the range will be
located. If rear of range is against the wall or no
further than 1-1/4" from wall when installed, you may
use the wall or floor mount method. If molding is
installed and does not allow the bracket to fit flush
against the wall, remove molding or mount bracket
to the floor. For wall mount, locate the bracket by
placing the back edge of the template against the
rear wall and the side edge of template on the mark
made referencing the side of the range. Place
bracket on top of template and mark location of the
screw holes in wall. If rear of range is further than 11/4" from the wall when installed, attach bracket to
the floor. For floor mount, locate the bracket by
placing back edge of the template where the rear of
the range will be located. Mark the location of the
screw holes shown in template.
B. Drill Pilot Holes and Fasten Bracket - Drill a 1/8"
pilot hole where screws are to be located. If bracket
is to be mounted to the wall, drill pilot hole at an
approximate 20° downward angle. If bracket is to be
mounted to masonry or ceramic floors, drill a 5/32"
pilot hole 1-3/4" deep. The screws provided may be
used in wood or concrete material. Use a 5/16" nutdriver or flat head screwdriver to secure the bracket
in place.
the bottom of the range and the leveling leg to allow
room for the bracket. Use a spirit level to check your
adjustments. Slide range back into position. Visually
check that rear leveling leg is inserted into and fully
secured by the Anti-Tip Bracket by removing lower
panel or storage drawer. For models with a warmer
drawer or broiler compartment, grasp the top rear
edge of the range and carefully attempt to tilt it
forward.
2. Electrical Connection Requirements
This appliance must be properly installed and grounded
by a qualified technician in accordance with the National
Electrical Code ANSI/NFPA No. 70--latest edition--and
local electrical code requirements.
This appliance may be connected by means of permanent
"Hard Wiring" or "Power Supply Cord Kit."
When hard wiring, do not leave excess wire in range
compartment. Excess wire in the range compartment
may not allow the access cover to be replaced properly,
and could create a potential electrical hazard if wires
become pinched. Connect only as instructed under
"WIRING INSTRUCTIONS" in section 4A or 4B. When
using flexible conduit or range cable use flex connector
or range cable strain relief.
NOTE: Only use copper wire in connection to terminal
block.
2A. Models with Factory Connected Power Supply
Cord
C. Level and Position Range - Level range by
adjusting the (4) leveling legs with a wrench. Note:
A minimum clearance of 1/8" is required between
NOTE: Some models may be equipped with a factory
connected three (3) conductor power supply cord.
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Mobile home installations, new branch circuit
installations (1996NEC) or areas where local codes do
not permit grounding through neutral require a four (4)
conductor power supply cord kit rated at 125/250 volts
minimum and marked for use with ranges. See Range
Connection Opening Size Chart for cord kit ampere
rating information. Terminals on end of wires must be
either closed loop or open-end spade lugs with upturned
ends.
2B. Models Requiring Power Supply Cord Kit
Range Connection Opening Size Chart
Supply Cord Kit ampere rating information. See
serial plate on Range for kilowatt rating data.
See Serial Plate on
Range for KW Rating
120/240 Volts
120/208 Volts
8.8-16.5 KW/7.9-12.5 KW
16.6-22.5 KW/12.6-18.5 KW
Cord Kit
Ampere
Rating
Diameter (in.) of Range
Connection Opening
Cord Kit Permanent
Wiring
40/50
Amp
1-3/8 in.
1-3/8 in.
1-1/8 in.
1-3/8 in.
RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRICAL SHOCK MAY OCCUR
IF AN INCORRECT SIZE RANGE CORD KIT IS USED,
THE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS ARE NOT
FOLLOWED OR STRAIN RELIEF BRACKET IS
DISCARDED.
This appliance may be connected by means of a power
supply cord. Only a power supply cord kit rated at 125/
250 volts minimum, and marked for use with ranges
shall be used. See chart on page 3 for cord kit ampere
rating information. Cord must have either three (3) or four
(4) conductors. Terminals on end of wires must be either
closed loop or open-end spade lugs with upturned ends.
Cord must have strain relief clamp.
See section 4A for 3-wire or section 4B for 4-wire
connection.
3. Electrical Connection to Range
The rear access cover must be removed. To remove,
loosen center screw (one screw) and remove access
cover. The terminal block will then be accessible.
NOTE: Range is shipped from factory with 1-3/8" dia.
hole as shown. To use either 7/8" dia. hole or 1-1/8" dia.
knockouts:
If a different diameter hole is required, please
follow the steps below:
1. Using a 1/4" socket driver, remove eight (8) screws
from Rear Wall Shield to release from the unit (as
shown). Save the screws for step 7 below.
2. Again using the 1/4" socket driver, remove one (1)
blunt point screw used to secure the Cable Mounting
Plate to the Rear Wall Shield. Save the screw for
step 6.
3. Remove the Cable Mounting Plate from the Rear
Wall Shield by sliding the plate out of the pockets.
4. If a 1-1/8" dia. hole is required, "punch-out" the
knockout.
5. Rotate the plate 180 degrees so that the desired
hole is placed on top of the opening located on the
bottom flange of the Rear Wall Shield.
Access Cover
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6. Slide the Cable Mounting Plate into the Rear Wall
Shield. Re-secure using the blunt point screw
removed from step #2 above.
7. Reassemble the Rear Wall Shield to the unit using
eight (8) screws removed from step #1 above.
4A. Wiring Instructions (3-Wire Connection)
1. Remove the three (3) loose nuts on the terminal
block using a 3/8" nut driver or socket.
NOTE: Do not loosen the nuts which secure the
factory installed range wiring to the terminal block.
Electrical failure or loss of electrical connection may
occur if nuts are loosened.
2. Using the nuts removed in step 1, connect the cable
or copper power supply cord to the three (3) studs on
the terminal block, as local codes require. The
neutral (white) wire or center wire must be connected
to the center terminal.
3. Make sure all nuts are tightened securely.
4. Replace the rear access cover
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS:
A ground strap is installed on this range which connects
the center terminal of the terminal block (neutral) to the
chassis. The ground strap is shown in the 3-wire
connection picture below and is connected to the range
by the center, lowest screw. The ground link must not be
removed unless national or local codes do not permit
use of ground strap.
NOTE: If the ground strap is removed for any reason, a
separate ground wire must be connected to the separate
ground screw attached to the range chassis and to an
adequate ground source.
4B. Wiring Instructions (4-Wire Connection)
If connecting to a 4-wire electrical system (new branchcircuit or mobile home requires 4 wire connection):
1. Remove the three (3) loose nuts on the terminal
block using a 3/8" nut driver or socket. From the
center stud on the terminal block, remove the
second nut and the copper ground strap. Replace
the nut that held the ground strap to the terminal
block.
NOTE: Do not loosen the second nut on line 1 or line
2 which secure the factory installed range wiring to
the terminal block. Electrical failure or loss of electrical
connection may occur if nuts are loosened.
2. Remove the ground screw to release the copper
ground strap from the appliance.
3. Discard the ground strap. Connect the ground wire
(green) of the copper power supply cord to the frame
of the appliance with the ground screw,using the
same hole in the frame where the ground strap was
removed.
4. Using the nuts removed in step 1, connect the neutral
(white) wire of the copper power supply cord to the
center silver colored stud on the terminal block.
5. Connect the final two (2) wires to the outer studs on
the terminal block.
6. Make sure all nuts are tightened securely.
7. Replace the rear access cover.
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Before You Call for Service
Read the "Before You Call" and operating instruction
sections in your Use & Care Manual. It may save you
time and expense. The list includes common occurrences
that are not the result of defective workmanship or
materials in this appliance.
Refer to the warranty in your Use & Care Manual for our
toll-free service number and address. Please call or write
if you have inquiries about your range product and/or
need to order parts.
Model and Serial Number Location
The serial plate is located on the right-hand surface of the
oven front frame at the storage or warmer drawer; or the
lower panel area.
When ordering parts for or making inquires about your
range, always be sure to include the model and serial
numbers and a lot number or letter from the serial plate
on your range.
Your serial plate also tells you the Kilowatt rating (power
requirements) and Voltage ratings
Care, Cleaning and Maintenance
Refer to the Use & Care Manual for cleaning instructions.
If removing the range is necessary for cleaning or
maintenance, disconnect the electrical power supply. If
the electrical supply is inaccessible, lift the unit slightly
at the front and pull out away from the wall. Pull only as
far as necessary to disconnect the electrical supply.
Finish removing the unit for servicing and cleaning.
Reinstall in reverse order making sure to level the range
and check electrical connections. See pages 13 and 14
for proper anchoring instructions.
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SECTION B - SURFACE ELEMENT
CONTROL SYSTEMS
Dial Position
Contacts
Three types of surface elements control systems are
covered in this manual.
1.
Standard infinite switch.
2.
Dual infinite switch.
3.
Electronic top element system. (ESEC 5)
OFF
LO-MED
HI
L1 - P
O
X
X
L1 - H1
O
X
X
L2 - H2
O
X-C
X
Standard infinite switch:
The surface elements and standard infinite switches provide an infinite choice of heat settings for cooking. Controls are safety type and must be pushed in before turning. All surface controls are marked on the control panel
for their respective heating element. Power is supplied
to the surface elements through the infinite switch contacts L1-H1 and L2-H2. During actual surface element
operation, if the control is set to the high position contacts L2-H2 are lock closed providing continuous power
to the element. In all other setting contacts L2-H2 will
cycle to maintain the correct heat setting. Contacts L1P provide power to the surface element indicator light.
Element does not heat:
Checking the system with a Voltmeter, if the element
does not heat up.
Troubleshooting:
1.
Remove the back of the control panel to
expose the switch terminals.
There are four ways a surface control system with a
standard infinite switch can fail.
2.
With a Voltmeter set for AC on a scale higher
than 240 Volts measure the voltage drop
between terminals L1 and L2. If the meter
reads zero the wiring between the main
terminal block on the range and the switch is
open. If the meter reads line to line voltage
(around 240 VAC) go to step 3.
3.
With the switch turned to the high position
measure the voltage drop between terminals
H1 and H2. If the meter reads zero the switch
is defective. If the meter reads line to line
voltage the switch is good. If the range has
standard elements go to step 4. If the range
has a glass smooth go to step 5.
4.
Remove the element and measure the
voltage drop between terminals of the terminal
block. If the meter reads zero the terminal
block or the wiring between the switch and the
terminal block is open. If the meter reads line
to line voltage the element is defective.
1.
The element does not heat.
2.
The switch does not cycle the element off and
on when set to a position other than high.
3.
The element operates correctly, but the
indicator light does not glow.
4.
Indicator light glows with all infinite switches
in the off position.
NOTE: If the indicator light glows very dimly
with all the switches in the off position. This
problem is caused by a capacitive feed over in
the wiring and can be corrected by connecting
a 100,000 Ohm 1/4 watt resistor in parallel with
the light.
Continuity tests can be performed on the infinite switch
contacts. All tests should be performed with power to
the range disconnected, and wiring removed from the
switch. Set an ohmmeter on R X 1K scale and check
the contacts in the following chart and switch terminal
diagram.
NOTE: Always inspect the terminal block for
burnt spots that can cause poor connection.
5.
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Raise the top and locate the two terminals on
the element that the wires from H1 and H2 are
on. Measure the voltage drop between the two
terminals. If the meter reads zero the wires
between the switch and the element are open.
If the meter reads line to line voltage the
element is defective.
Element does not cycle:
If the element does not cycle when the switch is set in a
position other than high the switch is defective.
Indicator light does not glow:
If indicator light does not glow when the switch is turned
on, remove the back panel of the backguard, turn the
switch on, and measure the voltage drop between terminals P and L2. If the meter reads zero the switch is
defective. If the meter reads line to line voltage (around
240 VAC) the light or the wiring to the light is defective.
Indicator light glows full brilliance with all top
element switches off:
If indicator light glows full brilliance with all top element
switches off, one or more of the switches are defective.
Disconnect electrical power from the range, and remove
the back panel of the backguard. Disconnect the wire
from the P terminal on all switches but one switch. Reconnect power. If the indicator light glows with the switch
in the off position, the switch is defective. If the indicator
light does not glow, the switch is good. Check each
switch by disconnecting the wires from all the other P
terminals but the switch you are testing.
providing power to both elements. When the knob is
turned counterclockwise, less than 180 degrees, contacts P2 to 4 and P1 to 2 close providing power to the
inner element. During actual surface element operation, if the control is set to the high position contacts P1
to 2 are locked closed providing continuous power to
the element. In all other settings contacts P1 to 2 will
cycle to maintain the correct heat setting. Contact 4 to
L2 provides power to the surface element indicator light.
L1
4A
P2
OUTER COIL TEMPERATURE L2
LIMIT SWITCH
2
4
INNER COIL
P1
1A 2A
SURFACE INDICATOR
Dual infinite switch:
The dual infinite switch is used to control the expandable and bridge elements on electric smooth top ranges.
The dual infinite switches provide an infinite choice of
heat settings for cooking, and two selection of element
sizes. Controls are safety type and must be pushed in
before turning. All surface controls are marked on the
control panel for their respective heating element.
When the knob is turned clockwise, less than 180 degrees, contacts P2 to 4, P2 to 4A, and P1 to 2 closes
SMALL
ELEMENT
LARGE
ELEMENT
Troubleshooting:
There are six ways a surface control system with a dual
infinite switch can fail.
1.
Both elements do not heat.
2.
The outer element does not heat.
3.
The inner element does not heat.
4.
The switch does not cycle the element off and
on when set to a position other than high.
5.
The element operates correctly, but the
indicator light does not glow.
6.
Indicator light glows with all the infinite switches
in the off position.
NOTE: If the indicator light glows very dimly
with all the switches in the off position. This
problem is caused by a capacitive feed over in
the wiring and can be corrected by connecting
a 100,000 Ohm 1/4 watt resistor in parallel with
the light.
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Both elements do not heat:
2.
With the switch turned clockwise to the high
position measure the voltage drop between
terminals 4 and 2. If the meter reads zero
the switch is defective. If the meter reads line
to line voltage, go to step 3.
Remove the back panel of the backguard to
expose the switch terminals.
3.
With a Voltmeter set for AC and a scale higher
than 240 Volts measure the voltage drop
between terminals P1 and P2. If the meter
reads zero the wiring between the main
terminal block on the range and the switch is
open. If the meter reads line to line voltage
(around 240 VAC) go to step 3.
Raise the top and locate the two terminals on
the element where the wires from terminals 4
and 2 are connected. Measure the voltage drop
between these two terminals. If the meter reads
zero the wires between the switch and the
element are open. If the meter reads line to
line voltage the element is defective.
Elements do not cycle:
Checking the system with a Voltmeter, if the elements
do not heat up:
1.
2.
3.
4.
With the switch turned clockwise to the HI
position, measure the voltage drop between
terminals 4 and 2. If the meter reads zero the
switch is defective. If the meter reads line to
line voltage measure the voltage drop between
terminals 4A and 2. If the meter reads line to
line voltage the switch is good. Go to step 4.
Raise the top and locate the two terminals on
the element with the wires from terminals 4
and 2 are connected. Measure the voltage drop
between these two terminals. If the meter reads
zero the wires between the switch and the
element are open. If the meter reads line to
line voltage the element is defective.
Outer element doesn’t heat, but inner element does:
Checking the system with a Voltmeter, if the outer element does not heat, but the inner element does:
1.
Remove the back panel of the backguard to
expose the switch terminals.
2.
With the switch turned clockwise to the high
position measure the voltage drop between
terminals 4A and 2. If the meter reads zero
the switch is defective. If the meter reads line
to line voltage, go to step 3.
3.
If the elements do not cycle when the switch is set in a
position other than high the switch is defective.
Indicator light does not glow:
If indicator light does not glow when the switch is turned
on, remove the back panel of the backguard, turn the
switch on, and measure the voltage drop between terminals 4 and L2. If the meter reads zero the switch is
defective. If the meter reads line to line voltage (around
240VAC) the light or the wiring to the light is defective.
Indicator light glows full brilliance with all top element switches off:
If indicator light glows full brilliance with all top element
switches off, one or more of switches are defective. Disconnect electrical power from the range, and remove the
back panel of the backguard. Disconnect the wire from
terminal 4 on the switches from all but one switch. Reconnect power. If the indicator light glows with the switch
in the off position the switch is defective. If the indicator
light does not glow the switch is good. Check each dual
infinite switch by disconnecting the wires from all the
other 4 terminals but the switch you are testing.
L1
4A
P2
Raise the top and locate the two terminals on
the element where the wires from terminals 4A
and 2 are connected. Measure the voltage drop
between these two terminals. If the meter reads
zero the wires between the switch and the
element are open. If the meter reads line to
line voltage the element is defective.
2
4
INNER COIL
1A 2A
SURFACE INDICATOR
Inner element doesn’t heat, but outer element does:
Checking the system with a Voltmeter, if the inner element does not heat, but the outer element does:
1.
OUTER COIL TEMPERATURE L2
LIMIT SWITCH
Remove the back panel of the backguard to
expose the switch terminals.
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P1
Top Element Electronic Control System:
Some electric range models are equipped with electronic
top element controls, these controls are more accurate
and allow for a lower simmer temperature than the
conventional infinite switches.
CAUTION: ON MODELS WITH ELECTRONIC TOP
ELEMENT CONTROLS, LINE 1 IS CONNECTED TO
THE TOP ELEMENTS WHENEVER ELECTRICAL
POWER IS APPLIED TO THE RANGE.
the range, with four displays, one for each element that
shows the setting of the control. These work as interfaces
between potentiometers and the mother board.
3. One mother board - main circuit board that has a
transformer to provide low voltage for the system, a
microprocessor that controls and communicates with
the other components of the system, and relays that
control line to line voltage to the top elements.
Components of the system:
The top element electronic control system (engineering
named ESEC 5) is made up of five components;
Potentiometers, User Interface Boards, Mother Board,
Electronic Oven Control, and Top Elements.
1. Four potentiometers (variable resistors) - one for each
top element, that the user changes the resistance of
when they turn the knob. Because of the different types
of elements two different potentiometers are used. A
potentiometer with a resistance of 20,000 Ohms is used
with the single element, and a potentiometer with a
resistance of 10,000 Ohms is used with the dual and
bridge elements. The potentiometers are identified by
the color of their base. The 20,000 Ohm potentiometer
has a gray base, the 10,000 potentiometer has a black
base.
Mother Board
4. A section of the electronic oven control (EOC) communicates with the mother board to allow a lockout
feature on the EOC that prevents the oven or top elements
from operating when activated. It also prevents the top
elements from operating during a self clean cycle.
Potentiometer
2. Two user interface boards (UIB) - one for each side of
Electronic Oven Control
5. Top elements - three types are used; a single element,
a dual element, and a bridge element.
User Interface Board
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NOTE: On glass top ranges the element may cycle in
the Hi position because of the limiter in the
element that protects the glass.
Expandable
NOTE: In the Lo position a 2500 watt element would
be operating at 25 watts.
Bridge
Warmer
The display is also used as a hot surface indicator on
glass top ranges. The mother board is connected to the
hot surface contacts of the element’s limiter. When the
potentiometer is turned to the off position, and if the hot
surface contacts of the limiter are closed the display will
read HE for hot element until the element cools down
and the hot surface contacts of the limiter opens.
Small
Top elements
How it operates:
Whenever the range is connected to electrical power,
low voltage from the mother board is applied across the
two outside pins of the potentiometers. The
microprocessor then reads the resistance of the
potentiometers. When the switch knob is depressed
and turned the wipe arm attached to the center pin of the
potentiometer is turned to a resistance range that the
microprocessor can read. The microprocessor then
compares these two readings and displays the setting
in the UIB display window for that element. To prevent
the microprocessor from reading a short or an open, a
fixed resistance is connected to each end of the
adjustable resistor internally. The 10,000 Ohm
potentiometer has a 500 Ohm resistance on each end of
the winding and the 20,000 Ohm potentiometer has a
1,000 Ohm resistance on each end of the winding.
Troubleshooting the ESEC 5:
The ESEC 5 has some self diagnostics built into the
microprocessor to help in troubleshooting the system.
When a failure occurs one of three codes will appear in
all the display windows; F5, F6, or F7.
F5 code:
Indicates a harness, mother board, or user interface
board has failed. The harness is the first thing to check,
unplug the harness, inspect each connection and Ohm
out the harness.
The setting display in the UIB display window will read
from Hi to Lo with numbers in between (see chart below).
The microprocessor operates on a 15 second duty cycle.
When the knob is turned to the HI position the mother
board applies line to line voltage to the element all the
time. In any other setting other than Hi the
microprocessor will cycle line to line voltage to the element
by opening and closing the relay on the mother board for
that element.
Display
Reading
Lo
1.0
1.2
1.4
1.6
1.8
2.0
2.2
2.4
2.6
2.8
3.0
3.5
% Of
On Time
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
10
12
15
20
25
30
Display
Reading
4.0
4.5
5.0
5.5
6.0
6.5
7.0
7.5
8.0
8.5
9.0
Hi
% Of
On Time
35
40
45
50
60
70
75
80
85
90
95
100
Harness
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Reconnect the harness, if the F5 is still displayed, go to
the right hand user interface board as viewed from the
rear of the range. Notice that the harness to this board
has four wires and five pins. Disconnect the harness
plug from the board. With a voltmeter set to DC volts,
using a scale that will measure up to sixteen volts,
measure the voltage drop between pins one and two.
Turn one of the top elements on, if the control operates
normally the EOC is defective. If the F6 code is still
displayed the mother board or harness is defective. Ohm
out the harness. If the harness checks good replace the
mother board.
F7 code:
Indicates a failed potentiometer, a user interface board
or the harness between the mother board and the user
interface boards. To determine which has failed, check
the resistance of the potentiometers. The resistance
between the two outside pins should be within 10% of
the potentiometer value (black 10,000 Ohms, gray 20,000
Ohms). From the center pin to an outside pin the
resistance should vary between 500 and 9500 Ohms on
the black and 1000 and 19,000 Ohms on the gray, as
the shaft is turned.
Pins 1 & 2
If the reading is between 4 VDC and 12 VDC the mother
board is good. One at a time substitute a good user
interface board for the ones in the range. When the F5
code disappears that user interface board is defective. If
the reading is below four or above twelve volts DC replace
the mother board. If the F5 code does not disappear
recheck the harness and replace the user interface
boards one at a time.
F6 code:
Potentiometer test
Indicates a communication failure between the mother
board and the electronic oven control. To determine if
the failure is in the mother board, the electronic oven
control or the harness in between, turn off all top
elements, and unplug the harness on the EOC that
connects the EOC to the mother board. Insert a small
piece of wire, such as a paper clip, into the plug between
pins one and two.
NOTE: When testing from an outside pin to the center
pin the potentiometer must be turned on.
If the potentiometers test good, remove and Ohm out
the harness. If the harness checks good, reinstall the
harness and replace one of the user interface boards
with a new or known good board. Turn one of the top
elements on. If the element operates normal, replace
the user interface board. If the F7 reappears, turn the
top element off, reinstall the board that was replaced
and replace the other user interface board. Turn one of
the top elements on. If the element operates normal
replace that user interface board. If the F7 still appears,
recheck the harness.
Blank display:
If the display remains blank when an element is turned
on, listen to see if you hear a beep when the element is
turned on. If the range beeps, one of the user interface
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boards or the harness between the mother board and
the user interface boards is defective. Remove and Ohm
out the harness. If the harness checks good, reinstall
the harness and replace one of the user interface board
with a new or known good board. Turn one of the top
elements on. If the element operates normal replace
that user interface board. If the display remain blank,
turn the top element off, reinstall the board that was
replaced and relpace the other user interface board. Turn
one of the top elements on. If the element operates
normal, replace that user interface board. If the display
remains blank, recheck the harness between the mother
board and the user interface boards. If you do not hear
the beep, replace the mother board.
Element not heating:
If an element or portion of an element does not heat but
the display shows the correct indication, either the mother
board, the element, or the element wiring is defective.
To determine which is defective:
L1
N
Element
L1
1A
H1
2A
H2
L2
Indicator light
Troubleshooting:
There are four ways a warming zone system with a standard 120 VAC infinite switch can fail:
1. The element does not heat.
2. The switch does not cycle the element off and
on when set to a position other than high.
3. The element operates correctly, but the
indicator light does not glow.
4. Indicator light glows with all the infinite switches
in the off position.
NOTE:
If the indicator light glows very dimly
with the switches in the off position, this is caused
by a capacitive feed over in the wiring and can be
corrected by connecting a 100,000 Ohm 1/4 watt
resistor in parallel with the light.
1. Turn all surface element switches off.
2. Check the wiring diagram on the range to see
which terminal on the mother board is wired to
that element or portion of that element.
Element does not heat:
3. With a voltmeter measure the voltage drop
between that terminal and neutral on the
mother board. If the meter reads line to neutral
voltage (120 VAC) the mother board is
defective. If the meter reads zero the element
or wiring to the element is defective.
4. Turn the switch to high, raise the cooktop, and
measure the voltage drop across the element.
If the meter reads line to line voltage (240 VAC)
the element is defective. If the meter reads
zero the wiring is bad.
Checking the system with a Voltmeter, if the element
does not heat up:
1. Remove the back panel of the backguard to
expose the switch terminals.
2. With a Voltmeter set for AC on a scale higher
than 120 Volts measure the voltage drop
between terminals L1 and L2. If the meter
reads zero the wiring between the main
terminal block of the range and the switch is
open. If the meter reads line to neutral
voltage (around 120 VAC) go to step 3.
Warm and serve zone:
The warm and serve zone circuit on smooth top ranges
uses a line to neutral (120 VAC) standard infinite switch,
a line to neutral (120 VAC) element with a built-in limiter
to protect the glass, and an indicator light.
3. With the switch turned on to the high position
measure the voltage drop between terminals
H1 and H2. If the meter reads zero the switch
is defective. If the meter reads line to neutral
voltage the switch is good. Go to step 4.
4. Raise the top and locate the two terminals on
the element with the wires from H1 and H2.
Measure the voltage drop between the two
terminals. If the meter reads zero the wires
between the switch and the element are open.
If the meter reads line to neutral (120 VAC) the
element is defective.
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Element does not cycle:
If the element does not cycle when the switch is set in a
position other than high the switch is defective.
Indicator light does not glow:
If indicator light does not glow when the switch is turned
on, remove the back panel of the backguard, turn the
switch on, and measure the voltage drop between terminals H1 and neutral. If the meter reads zero the switch
is defective. If the meter reads line to neutral voltage
(around 120 VAC) the light or the wiring to the light is
defective.
Indicator light glows full brilliance with the warm
and serve switch turned off:
If indicator light glows full brilliance with the warm and
serve switch off, the switch is defective.
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SECTION C - ELECTRONIC OVEN
CONTROL SYSTEMS
timer can be set for any amount of time from 1 minute
to 11 hours and 59 minutes. (Note: If you press the
Down Arrow first, the timer will advance to 11 hours
and 59 minutes.)
This section covers five electronic oven control systems.
1.
ES 100
2.
ES 200
3.
ES 300
4.
ES 400
5.
ES 450
3. The display shows the timer count down in minutes
until one minute remains. Then the display will count
down in seconds.
4. When the set time has run out, the timer will sound
a 3 second beep. 0:00 will appear in the display until
Timer ON/OFF is pressed.
The ES 100 Electronic Oven Control System:
The ES 100 electronic oven control system is used to
control ovens on non self-cleaning model ranges.
How to program the ES 100:
NOTE: While the minute timer is counting down, the “:”
will flash. The minute timer does not start or stop
cooking. It serves as an extra timer in the kitchen that will
beep when the set time has run out. The minute timer can
be used alone or during any of the other oven functions.
When the minute timer is in use with any other function,
the minute timer will be shown in the display. To view
other functions, press the pad for that function.
To change the minute timer while it is in use:
While the timer is active and shows in the display, press
and hold the Up Arrow or Down Arrow to increase or
decrease the time.
BAKE
To cancel the minute timer before the set time has
run out:
BROIL
TIMER
ON/OFF
CLOCK
SET
CLEAR
OFF
Press Timer ON/OFF .
To set or change the temperature for baking:
The oven can be programmed to bake at any temperature
from 170°F to 500°F.
To set the clock:
When the range is first plugged in, or when the power
supply to the range has been interrupted, the display will
flash "12:00".
1. Press Clock Set .
2. Within 5 seconds, press and hold the Up Arrow or
Down Arrow until the correct time of day appears
in the display.
To set the minute timer:
1. Press Timer ON/OFF .
2. Press the Up Arrow to increase the time in one
minute increments. Press and hold the Up Arrow
to increase the time in 10 minute increments. The
To set the controls for baking:
1. Press Bake. "— — —°" appears in the display.
2. Within 5 seconds, press the Up Arrow or Down
Arrow. The display will show "350°F." By pressing
and holding the Up Arrow or Down Arrow, the
temperature can then be adjusted in small 5°F
increments.
3. When the Up Arrow or Down Arrow is released,
the oven will begin heating to the selected temperature.
When the displayed temperature reaches the desired
baking temperature, the control will beep 3 times.
4. To cancel the baking function, press Clear Off .
To change the oven temperature after baking has
started:
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1. Press Bake and make sure the bake temperature is
displayed.
THE BAKE OR BROIL ELEMENT WITHOUT DISCONNECTING ELECTRICAL POWER FROM THE
RANGE. ELECTRICAL POWER IS CONNECTED
TO THE ELEMENTS WHENEVER ELECTRICAL
POWER IS CONNECTED TO THE RANGE.
2. Press the Up Arrow or Down Arrow to increase
or decrease the set temperature.
To broil:
The ES 100 electronic oven control system is made up
of two parts that control the bake and broil elements.
1. Arrange oven rack while oven is still cool. Position
the rack as suggested in the chart below.
1.
Electronic oven control.
Food
2.
Oven temperature sensor.
1
Rare steaks
Bake:
2
Fish, medium
s t e a k s ,
hamburgers and
chops
3
Well-done foods
such as chicken
and lobster
When the bake pad is touched, and a temperature is set
with the up or down arrows, the bake relay on the board
closes. This connects one side of the line to the bake
element. In the tip of the oven sensor is a positive
thermistor that increases in resistance as the oven
temperature increases. The microprocessor reads the
resistance of the oven sensor, and compares it with
programmed temperature set into the control. When the
resistance of the oven sensor indicates temperature in
the oven is about 10 degrees above the programmed
temperature, the microprocessor opens the relay, which
removes power from one side of the element. When
power is removed from the element the oven temperature
begins to lower. As the oven temperature lowers the
resistance of the oven sensor decreases. When the oven
drops to about 10 degrees below the programmed
temperature, the resistance of the sensor tells the
microprocessor to close the bake relay contacts, and
provide power to the bake element once again.
Rack Position From Top
2. Press Broil.
3. Press and hold the Up Arrow or Down Arrow until
the desired broil setting level appears in the display.
Press the Up Arrow for HI broil or the Down Arrow
for LO broil. Most foods can be broiled at the HI broil
setting. Select the LO broil setting to avoid excess
browning or drying of foods that should be broiled to
the well-done stage.
4. Place the insert on the broiler pan, then place the
food on the insert. DO NOT use the broiler pan
without the insert or cover the insert with aluminum
foil. The exposed grease could ignite.
5. Place the pan on the oven rack. Open the oven
door to the broil stop position when broiling.
6. Broil on one side until food is browned; turn and cook
on the second side. Note: Always pull the rack out
to the stop position before turning or removing food.
7. When broiling is finished, press Clear Off.
CAUTION: SHOULD AN OVEN FIRE OCCUR,
CLOSE THE OVEN DOOR AND TURN OFF THE
OVEN. IF THE FIRE CONTINUES, USE A FIRE
EXTINGUISHER. DO NOT PUT WATER OR FLOUR
ON THE FIRE. FLOUR MAY BE EXPLOSIVE.
How the ES 100 operates:
CAUTION: NEVER ATTEMPT TO REMOVE EITHER
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NOTE: Oven controls may have a temperature
swing of more or less than 20 degrees. The
important thing is the average temperature in the
oven. The average temperature in the center of the
oven should be within 10 degrees of the
programmed temperature.
Broil:
When the broil pad is touched, and High or Low is set
with the up or down arrows, the broil relay on the board
closes. This connects one side of the line to the broil
element. In the tip of the oven sensor is a positive
thermistor that increases in resistance as the oven
temperature increases. The microprocessor reads the
resistance of the oven sensor, and compares it with a
programmed temperature set into the control. Usually
you do not want the broil element to cycle so the oven
door is opened to the broil stop position. If the door is not
opened the broil element will cycle when the set
temperature is reached.
Calibration:
chart, the oven control is defective. If the meter reads
less than 800 Ohms or more than 3000 Ohms, go to
step 3.
To check oven calibration:
1. Place a thermometer or thermocouple in the
center of the oven.
RTD
Temperature
2. Program the oven for bake and the temperature to
350° F. Allow the oven to cycle three times.
3. Average the highest and lowest readings. The
average should be within 10° of 350° F.
The calibration of the ES100 system cannot be
adjusted:
1. If the oven temperature test off. Check the resistance
of the oven sensor circuit against the chart below. If
the sensor circuit check good replace the control.
RTD
Temperature
(°F)
SCALE
Resistance
(ohms)
32 ± 1.9
1000 ± 4.0
75 ± 2.5
1091 ± 5.3
250 ± 4.4
1453 ± 8.9
350 ± 5.4
1654 ± 10.8
450 ± 6.9
1852 ± 13.5
550 ± 8.2
2047 ± 15.8
650 ± 9.6
2237 ± 18.5
900 ± 13.6
2697 ± 24.4
SCALE
(°F)
Resistance
(ohms)
32 ± 1.9
1000 ± 4.0
75 ± 2.5
1091 ± 5.3
250 ± 4.4
1453 ± 8.9
350 ± 5.4
1654 ± 10.8
450 ± 6.9
1852 ± 13.5
550 ± 8.2
2047 ± 15.8
650 ± 9.6
2237 ± 18.5
900 ± 13.6
2697 ± 24.4
3. Disconnect the harness from the oven sensor and
measure the resistance of the oven sensor. If the
reading is less than 800 Ohms or more than 3000
Ohms, the oven sensor is defective. If the reading
is correct with the chart, the harness is defective.
Control will not program:
If the control will not program check for an open sensor
circuit. If the sensor circuit is good replace the control.
Blank Display:
If the display on the oven control is blank and the range
is connected to electrical power:
Troubleshooting:
The ES 100 has some self diagnostics built into the
microprocessor to help in troubleshooting the system.
When a failure occurs one of two codes will appear in all
of the display windows; F1 or F3.
1. Go to the back of the control and measure the voltage
drop between terminals L1 and 4 of the 6 pin plug
(neutral. If the meter reads line to neutral voltage
(120 VAC) the control is defective. If the meter reads
zero, the wiring in the range is defective.
F1 code:
No heat:
An F1 indicates a malfunction in the EOC itself, and the
control should be replaced.
If the control appears to be operating normally but the
bake element does not heat:
F3 code:
1. Go to the back of the oven control and measure the
voltage drop between terminals BA and pin 4 of the
6 pin plug (neutral) with the control not programmed
(clock operating only). If the meter reads line to
neutral (120 VAC) the control is defective. If the
meter reads zero the bake element or the wiring to
the bake element is defective. Go to step 2.
An F3 indicates a defective sensor, electronic oven
control or the wiring in between. To determine which
part is defective:
1. Disconnect the 6 pin plug from the back of the oven
control that connects the sensor to the oven control.
2. With an Ohmmeter measure the resistance between
pins 1 and 2 in the plug (not on the control board). If
the meter reads around the value of the oven
temperature sensor shown in the below resistance
2. Remove the back from the range to gain access to
the terminals of the bake element. Program the
oven control for bake and measure the voltage drop
across the terminals of the bake element. If the
meter reads line to line voltage (240 VAC) the
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element is defective. If the meter reads zero the
wiring to the element is open.
If the control appears to be operating normally but the
broil element does not heat:
1. Go to the back of the oven control and measure the
voltage drop between terminals BR and pin 4 of the
6 pin plug (neutral) with the control not programmed
(clock operating only). If the meter reads line to
neutral (120 VAC) the control is defective. If the
meter reads zero the broil element or the wiring to
the broil element is defective. Go to step 2.
2. Remove the back from the range to gain access to
the terminals of the broil element. Program the oven
control for broil and measure the voltage drop across
the terminals of the broil element. If the meter reads
line to line voltage (240 VAC) the element is
defective. If the meter reads zero the wiring to the
element is open.
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SAMPLE SCHEMATIC FOR ES100 CONTROL SYSTEM
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The ES 200 Electronic Oven Control System:
To set the clock:
The ES 200 electronic oven control system is used to
control the oven on self-cleaning model ranges that do
not have the timed bake, speed bake or the convection
features.
When the range is first plugged in, or when the power
supply to the range has been interrupted, the display will
flash "12:00".
1. Press Clock .
How to program the ES 200:
The oven can be programmed to: Bake, Broil, Self-Clean,
Continuous Bake, and set for Oven Lockout.
2. Within 5 seconds, press and hold the Up Arrow or
Down Arrow until the correct time of day appears
in the display.
NOTE: The clock cannot be changed during the
self-clean cycle.
Temperature conversion:
The electronic oven control is set to operate in °F
(Fahrenheit) when shipped from the factory. The oven
can be programmed for any temperature from 170° F to
550° F (65° C to 287° C Celsius).
To change the temperature from °F to °C or from °C
to °F:
NOTE: Control should not be in a Bake or Clean
mode.
1. Press Broil. "— —" appears in the display.
2. Press and hold the Up Arrow until "HI" appears in
the display.
3. Press and hold Broil until °F or °C appears in the
display.
4. Press the Up Arrow or Down Arrow to change °F
to °C or °C to °F.
5. Press any control pad to return to normal operating
mode.
NOTE: The time of day must first be set in order to
operate the oven.
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To set the minute timer:
1. Press Timer ON/OFF .
2. Press the Up Arrow to increase the time in one
minute increments. Press and hold the Up Arrow to
increase the time in 10 minute increments. The timer
can be set for any amount of time from 1 minute to
11 hours and 59 minutes.
NOTE: If you press the Down Arrow first, the timer
will advance to 11 hours and 59 minutes.
3. The display shows the timer count down in minutes
until one minute remains. Then the display will count
down in seconds.
4. When the set time has run out, the timer will beep 3
times. It will then continue to beep 3 times every 60
seconds until Timer ON/OFF is pressed.
NOTE: The minute timer does not start or stop cooking.
It serves as an extra timer in the kitchen that will beep
when the set time has run out. The minute timer can be
used alone or during any of the other oven functions.
When the minute timer is in use with any other function,
the minute timer will be shown in the display. To view
other functions, press the pad for that function.
until tone is heard, “ — — hr” will appear in display
for continuous cooking. The current time of day will
return to the display.
To change the minute timer while it is in use:
While the timer is active and shows in the display, press
and hold the Up Arrow or Down Arrow to increase or
decrease the time.
To cancel the minute timer before the set time has
run out:
3. To cancel the Continuous Bake function, press Timer
ON/OFF and hold for 5 seconds until tone is heard.
“12hr” will appear in display indicating that the
control has returned to the 12 hour energy saving
feature.
Press Timer ON/OFF .
To set control for oven lockout feature:
To set or change the temperature for baking:
The oven can be programmed to bake at any temperature
from 170° F to 550° F (65° C to 287° C).
To set the controls for baking:
1. Press Bake. "— — —" appears in the display.
2. Within 5 seconds, press the Up Arrow or Down
Arrow. The display will show "350° F (177° C)." By
pressing and holding the Up Arrow or Down
Arrow, the temperature can then be adjusted in 5°
F (1° C) increments.
1. Press Clear/Off and hold for 3 seconds. “Loc” will
appear in display, the “Door Locked” indicator light
will flash and the motor driven door lock will begin to
close automatically. DO NOT open oven door
while the indicator light is flashing. Allow about 15
seconds for the oven door to lock. Once the oven
door is locked, the current time of day will appear in
the display.
2. To cancel the lockout feature, press Clear/Off and
hold for 3 seconds. The control will unlock the oven
door and resume normal operation.
To broil:
3. As soon as the Up Arrow or Down Arrow is
released, the oven will begin heating to the selected
temperature. When the displayed temperature
reaches the desired baking temperature, the control
will beep 3 times.
1. Arrange oven rack while oven is still cool. Position
the rack as suggested in the chart below.
Rack Position From Top
Food
4. To cancel the baking function, press Clear/Off.
1
Rare steaks
To change the oven temperature after baking has
started:
2
Fish, medium
s t e a k s ,
hamburgers and
chops
3
Well-done foods
such as chicken
and lobster
1. Press Bake and make sure the bake temperature is
displayed.
2. Press the Up Arrow or Down Arrow to increase
or decrease the set temperature.
To set control for continuous bake or 12 hour
energy saving:
The oven control has a built-in 12 hour energy saving
feature that will shut off the oven if the control is left on
for more than 11 hours and 59 minutes. The oven can be
programmed to override this feature for continuous baking.
To set control for continuous baking:
1. Press Timer ON/OFF , “0:00” will appear in the
display.
2. Press and hold Timer ON/OFF down for 5 seconds
2. Press Broil.
3. Press and hold the Up Arrow or Down Arrow until
the desired broil setting level appears in the display.
Press the Up Arrow for HI broil or the Down Arrow
for LO broil. Most foods can be broiled at the HI broil
setting. Select the LO broil setting to avoid excess
browning or drying of foods that should be broiled to
the well-done stage.
4. Place the insert on the broiler pan, then place the
food on the insert. DO NOT use the broiler pan
without the insert or cover the insert with aluminum
foil. The exposed grease could ignite.
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5. Place the pan on the oven rack. Open the oven
door to the broil stop position when broiling.
NOTE: When the oven is cool, wipe away any residue
or powdered ash with a damp cloth or paper towel.
6. Broil on one side until food is browned; turn and cook
on the second side. NOTE: Always pull the rack out
to the stop position before turning or
removing food.
Stopping or interrupting a self-cleaning cycle:
7. When broiling is finished, press Clear/Off.
1. Press Clear/Off.
CAUTION: SHOULD AN OVEN FIRE OCCUR,
CLOSE THE OVEN DOOR AND TURN OFF THE
OVEN. IF THE FIRE CONTINUES, USE A FIRE
EXTINGUISHER. DO NOT PUT WATER OR FLOUR
ON THE FIRE. FLOUR MAY BE EXPLOSIVE.
If it becomes necessary to stop or interrupt a selfcleaning cycle.
2. Once the oven has cooled down for about 1 HOUR
and the "LOCK" light has gone out, the oven door can
be opened.
3. Restart the self-clean cycle once all conditions have
been corrected.
To set the controls for a self-clean cycle:
How the ES 200 operates:
For satisfactory results use a 2 hour self-clean cycle for
light soils and a 3 hour cycle for average to heavy
soils.
CAUTION: NEVER ATTEMPT TO REMOVE EITHER
THE BAKE OR BROIL ELEMENT WITHOUT DISCONNECTING ELECTRICAL POWER FROM THE
RANGE. ELECTRICAL POWER IS CONNECTED
TO THE ELEMENTS WHENEVER ELECTRICAL
POWER IS CONNECTED TO THE RANGE.
1. Be sure the clock shows the correct time of day.
2. Press Clean. "— — —" appears in the display.
3. Press the Up Arrow until "3:00" appears in the
display for a 3 hour cycle, or press the Down Arrow
until "2:00" appears in the display for a 2 hour cycle.
The ES 200 electronic oven control system is made up
of three parts that control the bake and broil elements,
and the locking of the door in the self-clean cycle.
4. As soon as the Up Arrow or Down Arrow is
released, "CLN" appears in the display.
1.
Electronic oven control.
2.
Oven temperature sensor.
3.
Oven door lock mechanism.
5. As soon as the controls are set, the motor driven
lock will begin to close automatically and the "LOCK"
indicator light will flash. DO NOT open the door while
the light is flashing (it takes about 15 seconds for the
oven door to lock).
6. The "LOCK" light will glow until the cleaning cycle is
completed or cancelled, and the oven
temperature has cooled.
When the self-clean cycle is completed:
1. The time of day or “END” will appear in the display
window and the “Clean” and "LOCK" light will continue
to glow.
2. Once the oven has cooled down for about 1 HOUR
and the "LOCK" light has gone out, the oven door can
be opened.
3. If “END” is in the display and the “Clean” indicator
remains on, press Clear/Off. The time of day will
appear in the display.
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Bake:
When the bake pad is touched, and a temperature is set
with the up or down arrows, the bake relay on the board
closes. This connects one side of the line to the bake
element. In the tip of the oven sensor is a positive
thermistor that increases in resistance as the oven
temperature increases. The microprocessor reads the
resistance of the oven sensor, and compares it with
programmed temperature set into the control. When the
resistance of the oven sensor indicates temperature in
the oven is about 10 degrees above the programmed
temperature, the microprocessor opens the relay, which
removes power from one side of the element. When
power is removed from the element the oven temperature
begins to lower. As the oven temperature lowers the
resistance of the oven sensor decreases. When the oven
drops to about 10 degrees below the programmed
temperature, the resistance of the sensor tells the
microprocessor to close the bake relay contacts, and
provide power to the bake element once again. After the
first cycle the preheat light is turned off and whenever the
oven calls for heat, the EOC cycles the broil element on
for seven seconds and then the bake element on for fifty
three seconds out of every minute. This provides top
heat during the bake cycle. The two elements will never
be on at the same time.
lock switch tells the control that the door is unlocked and
to open the contacts of the lock relay and turn the lock
indicator light off.
NOTE: Oven controls may have a temperature
swing of more or less than 20 degrees. The
important thing is the average temperature in the
oven. The average temperature in the center of the
oven should be within 10 degrees of the
programmed temperature.
1. Place a thermometer or thermocouple in the
center of the oven.
Broil:
Calibration:
To check oven calibration:
2. Program the oven for bake and the temperature to
350° F. Allow the oven to cycle three times.
3. Average the highest and lowest readings. The
average should be within 10° of 350° F.
When the broil pad is touched, and High or Low is set
with the up or down arrows, the broil relay on the board
closes. This connects one side of the line to the broil
element. In the tip of the oven sensor is a positive
thermistor that increases in resistance as the oven
temperature increases. The microprocessor reads the
resistance of the oven sensor, and compares it with a
programmed temperature set into the control. Usually
you do not want the broil element to cycle so the oven
door is opened to the broil stop position. If the door is not
opened the broil element will cycle when the set
temperature is reached.
To change the calibration:
Clean:
3. By using the up or down arrows the calibration
temperature can be changed + or - 35° F.
With the oven door closed, contacts COM to NO of the
oven door switch close. Then when the clean pad is
touched and a clean time is set the door lock relay on the
electronic oven control closes providing line to neutral
voltage (120 VAC) to the lock motor. “CLN” appears in
the display and the lock indicator light blinks. The lock
motor starts to rotate, closing the contacts of the door
lock switch. When the motor rotates one half turn the
contacts of the door lock switch reopen sending a signal
to the EOC that the door is locked, and to open the
contacts of the lock relay. The lock indicator light then
glows steady and the EOC closes the bake relay
providing power to the bake element. The clean
temperature is preset into the EOC at around 860° F. It
takes about 45 minutes for the oven to reach 860° F.
When the temperature is reached the control cycles the
bake element off and on to maintain the temperature until
the clean time is completed. When the clean time is
completed the EOC removes power from the bake
element and the oven cools down. When the temperature
in the oven goes below 500° F the control closes the
contacts of the lock relay. The lock motor then turns 180
degrees closing and reopening the contacts of the lock
switch and unlocking the door. The open contacts of the
1. Touch the bake pad on the control, and using the
up arrow set the oven temperature to maximum
(550° F).
2. Within 3 seconds touch and hold the bake pad
(about 5 seconds) until “00” appear in the display.
NOTE: If any numbers other than “00” appear in
the display, the control has been previously
calibrated in the field.
4. When the desired calibration is reached, touch the
cancel pad to return the control to normal operation.
Troubleshooting:
The ES 200 has some self diagnostics built into the
microprocessor to help in troubleshooting the system.
When a failure occurs one of three codes will appear in
all the display windows; F1, F3 and F9.
F1 code:
An F1 indicates a malfunction in the control itself, and
the control should be replaced.
F3 code:
An F3 indicates a defective sensor, electronic oven
control or the wiring in between. To determine which
part is defective:
1. Disconnect the 15 pin plug from the back of the oven
control that connects the sensor to the oven control.
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2. With an Ohmmeter measure the resistance between
pins 12 and 13 in the plug (not on the control board).
If the meter reads around the value of the oven
temperature sensor shown in the below resistance
chart, the oven control is defective. If the meter reads
less than 800 Ohms or more than 3000 Ohms, go to
step 3.
RTD
Temperature
(°F)
SCALE
Resistance
(ohms)
32 ± 1.9
1000 ± 4.0
75 ± 2.5
1091 ± 5.3
250 ± 4.4
1453 ± 8.9
350 ± 5.4
1654 ± 10.8
450 ± 6.9
1852 ± 13.5
550 ± 8.2
2047 ± 15.8
650 ± 9.6
2237 ± 18.5
900 ± 13.6
2697 ± 24.4
If the meter reads line to neutral (120VAC) the control
is defective. If the meter reads zero the bake element
or the wiring to the bake element is defective. Go
to step 2.
2. Remove the back from the range to gain access to
the terminals of the bake element. Program the oven
control for bake and measure the voltage drop across
the terminals of the bake element. If the meter reads
line to line voltage (240VAC) the element is defective.
If the meter reads zero the wiring to the element is
open.
If the control appears to be operating normally, but the
broil element does not heat:
3. Disconnect the harness from the oven sensor and
measure the resistance of the oven sensor. If the
reading is less than 800 Ohms or more than 3000
Ohms, the oven sensor is defective. If the reading
is correct with the chart, the harness is defective.
F9 code:
An F9 code indicates the control has detected a problem
with the motor door latch assembly. Check the contacts
of the lock switch, wiring to the lock motor assembly,
and the lock motor.
1. Go to the back of the oven control and measure the
voltage drop between terminals BR and neutral with
the control not programmed (clock operating only).
If the meter reads line to neutral (120VAC)the control
is defective. If the meter reads zero the broil element
or the wiring to the broil element is defective. Go to
step 2.
2. Remove the back from the range to gain access to
the terminals of the broil element. Program the oven
control for broil and measure the voltage drop across
the terminals of the broil element. If the meter reads
line to line voltage (240VAC) the element is defective.
If the meter reads zero the wiring to the element is
open.
Oven door does not lock when the oven is programed for clean:
Control will not program:
If the display on the oven control is blank and the range
connected to electrical power:
1. Remove power from the range, go to the back of
the control and disconnect the 15 pin plug.
Measure the resistance between pins 5 and 6 of
the 15 pin plug (not on the EOC). If the meter
reads infinity the lock motor or the wiring to the
lock motor is defective. If the meter reads around
1500 ohms go to step 2.
1. Go to the back of the control and measure the
voltage drop between terminal L1 and neutral. If the
meter reads line to neutral voltage (120VAC) the
control is defective. If the meter reads zero the
wiring in the range is defective.
2. Measure the resistance between pins 9 and 11 of
the 15 pin plug with the oven door closed. If the
meter reads infinity the door switch or the wiring
to the door light switch is defective. If the meter
reads zero go to step 3.
No heat:
3. Measure the resistance between pins 9 and 10 of
the 15 pin plug. If the meter reads infinity the lock
switch or the wiring to the lock switch is defective.
If the meter reads zero the control is defective.
If the control will not program check for an open sensor
circuit. If the sensor circuit is good replace the control.
Blank display:
If the control appears to be operating normally, but the
bake element does not heat:
1. Go to the back of the oven control and measure the
voltage drop between terminals BA and neutral with
the control not programmed (clock operating only).
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Oven door locks when the oven is programmed
for clean but the oven does not heat:
1. If the oven operates normally in bake, replace the
control.
Lock motor runs continuously:
1. With the door in the unlock position, remove power
from the range. Go to the back of the control and
disconnect the 15 pin plug from the control. With an
Ohmmeter measure the resistance between pins 9
and 10 of the 15 pin plug (not on the EOC). If the
meter reads zero the lock switch or the wiring to the
lock switch is defective. If the meter reads infinity
go to step 2.
2. Depress the arm of the lock switch, and measure
the resistance between pins 9 and 10 of the 15 pin
plug. If the meter reads infinity the lock switch or
the wiring to the lock switch is defective. If the meter
reads zero the control is defective.
Door latch is partly closed with door open, cannot
close door:
1. Program the oven for self-clean, and hold in on the
door switch for 30 seconds. Touch cancel and
hold door switch in for 30 seconds. The lock
motor should lock and unlock the door.
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SAMPLE SCHEMATIC FOR THE ES 200 CONTROL SYSTEM
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The ES 300 Electronic Oven Control System:
4. Press the Up Arrow or Down Arrow to change °F
to °C or °C to °F.
The ES 300 electronic oven control system is used to
control the oven on self-cleaning model ranges that do
not have the convection feature.
5. Press any control pad to return to normal operating
mode.
How to program the ES 300:
To set the clock:
The oven can be programmed to: Bake, Timed Bake,
Speed Bake, Broil, Self-Clean, Continuous Bake, and
set for Oven Lockout.
When the range is first plugged in, or when the power
supply to the range has been interrupted, the display will
flash "12:00".
For a silent control panel:
1. Press Clock.
When choosing a function, a beep will be heard each
time a pad is pressed. If desired, the controls can be
programmed for silent operation. Press and hold Stop
time. After 7 seconds, the control will beep once. This
will block the controls from sounding when a pad is
pressed. To return the sound, press and hold Stop time
again for 7 seconds until the control beeps once.
2. Within 5 seconds, press and hold the Up Arrow or
Down Arrow until the correct time of day appears
in the display.
NOTE: The control will return to the audible mode after a
power outage.
Temperature conversion:
The electronic oven control is set to operate in °F
(Fahrenheit) when shipped from the factory. The oven
can be programmed for any temperature from 170° F to
550° F (65° C to 287° C).
To change the temperature from °F to °C or from °C
to °F (control should not be in a bake or clean
mode):
NOTE: The clock cannot be changed during any
timed bake or self-clean cycle.
To set the minute timer:
1. Press Timer On/Off.
2. Press the Up Arrow to increase the time in one
minute increments. Press and hold the Up Arrow to
increase the time in 10 minute increments. The timer
can be set for any amount of time from 1 minute to
11 hours and 59 minutes.
NOTE: If you press the Down Arrow first, the timer
will advance to 11 hours and 59 minutes.
3. The display shows the timer count down in minutes
until one minute remains. Then the display will count
down in seconds.
1. Press Broil. "— —" appears in the display.
2. Press and hold the Up Arrow until "HI" appears in
the display.
4. When the set time has run out, the timer will beep 3
times. It will then continue to beep 3 times every 60
seconds until Timer On/Off is pressed.
3. Press and hold Broil until °F or °C appears in the
display.
NOTE: The minute timer does not start or stop cooking.
It serves as an extra timer in the kitchen that will beep
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when the set time has run out. The minute timer can be
used alone or during any of the other oven functions.
When the minute timer is in use with any other function,
the minute timer will be shown in the display. To view
other functions, press the pad for that function.
To change the minute timer while it is in use:
While the timer is active and shows in the display, press
and hold the Up Arrow or Down Arrow to increase or
decrease the time.
To cancel the minute timer before the set time has
run out:
Press Timer On/Off.
To set control for continuous baking:
1. Press Timer On/Off, “0:00” will appear in the
display.
2. Press and hold Timer On/Off down for 5 seconds
until tone is heard, “ — — hr” will appear in display
for continuous cooking. The current time of day will
return to the display.
3. To cancel the Continuous Bake function, press
Timer On/Off and hold for 5 seconds until tone is
heard. “12hr” will appear in display indicating that
the control has returned to the 12 hour energy
saving feature.
To set control for oven lockout feature:
To set or change the temperature for baking:
The oven can be programmed to bake at any temperature
from 170° F to 550° F (65° C to 287° C).
To set the controls for baking:
1. Press Bake. "— — —" appears in the display.
2. Within 5 seconds, press the Up Arrow or Down
Arrow . The display will show "350° F (177° C)." By
pressing and holding the Up Arrow or Down
Arrow, the temperature can then be adjusted in 5°
F (1° C) increments.
3. As soon as the Up Arrow or Down Arrow is
released, the oven will begin heating to the selected
temperature. When the displayed temperature
reaches the desired baking temperature, the control
will beep 3 times.
4. To cancel the baking function, press Clear Off .
To change the oven temperature after baking has
started:
1. Press Bake and make sure the bake temperature is
displayed.
2. Press the Up Arrow or Down Arrow to increase
or decrease the set temperature.
To set control for continuous bake or 12 hour energy
saving:
The oven control has a built-in 12 hour energy saving
feature that will shut off the oven if the control is left on
for more than 11 hours and 59 minutes. The oven can be
programmed to override this feature for continuous baking.
1. Press Clear Off and hold for 3 seconds. “Loc” will
appear in display, the “Door Locked” indicator light
will flash and the motor driven door lock will begin to
close automatically. DO NOT open oven door
while the indicator light is flashing. Allow about 15
seconds for the oven door to lock. Once the oven
door is locked, the current time of day will appear in
the display.
2. To cancel the lockout feature, press Clear Off and
hold for 3 seconds. The control will unlock the oven
door and resume normal operation.
To set the timed bake feature:
The BAKE TIME and STOP TIME controls operate the
Timed Bake feature to turn the oven on and off at the
times you select in advance. The oven can be programmed
to start immediately and shut off automatically or to
begin baking at a later time with an automatic shutoff.
To program the oven to begin baking immediately
and to shut off automatically:
1. Be sure that the clock shows the correct time of day.
2. Place the food in the oven.
3. Press Bake.
4. Within 5 seconds, press the Up Arrow or Down
Arrow. The display will show "350° F (177° C)." By
holding the Up Arrow or Down Arrow, the
temperature can then be adjusted in 5° F (1° C)
increments.
5. Press Bake Time. "0:00" will flash in the display.
6. Press the Up Arrow or Down Arrow until the
desired baking time appears in the display.
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7. The oven will turn on and begin heating.
before cooking begins, and should be removed
promptly when cooking is completed.
To program oven for a delayed start time and to
shut-off automatically:
1. Be sure that the clock shows the correct time of day.
Bake
Clear
Off
2. Place the food in the oven.
3. Press Bake.
4. Within 5 seconds, press the Up Arrow or Down
Arrow. The display will show "350° F (177° C)." By
holding the Up Arrow or Down Arrow, the
temperature can then be adjusted in 5° F (1° C)
increments.
5. Press Bake Time. "0:00" will flash in the display.
6. Press the Up Arrow or Down Arrow until the
desired baking time appears.
7. Press Stop Time. The earliest possible stop time
will flash in the display.
8. Press the Up Arrow or Down Arrow until the
desired stop time appears in the display.
9. Once the controls are set, the control calculates the
time when baking will start in order to finish at the
time you have set.
10. The oven will turn on at the delayed start time and
begin heating.
Speed
Bake
Broil
Oven
Preheat
Clean
Door Locked
Self-Cleaning Oven
Speed Bake™ Cooking System (if equipped) uses a
fan to circulate the oven's heat uniformly and continuously
around the oven. This improved heat distribution allows
for fast, even cooking and browning results. It also gives
better baking results when using two racks at the same
time. Heated air flows around the food from all sides,
sealing in juices and flavors. Meats cooked with the
Speed Bake™ Cooking System are juicer. Poultry is
crisp on the outside while staying tender and moist on
the inside. Breads and pastries brown more evenly. Most
foods baked in a standard oven can be cooked faster and
more evenly with the Speed Bake™ Cooking System.
General cooking instructions:
1. To convert baking times for normal recipes to Speed
Bake times, start with a 30% reduction in time and
increase the time until the desired doneness is
obtained. Time reductions will vary depending on the
amount and type of food.
When the set bake time runs out:
a. "END" will appear in the display window and the
oven will shut off automatically.
2. Preheating is not necessary when cooking with
Speed Bake, except with items such as cakes,
cookies, biscuits, breads, etc.
b. The control will beep 3 times every 60 seconds
until Clear Off is pressed.
3. When using two racks at the same time, place in
positions 2 and 5 for the best results.
To change the oven temperature or bake time after
baking has started:
4. When baking cakes with S p e e d B a k e , s e t
temperature 25° F (13° C) degrees lower than the
recommended setting for best results.
1. Press the function pad you want to change.
To set Speed Bake™ Cooking System:
2. Press the Up Arrow or Down Arrow to adjust the
setting.
CAUTION: Use caution with the Timed Bake feature
to cook cured or frozen meats and most fruits and
vegetables. Foods that can easily spoil such as
milk, eggs, fish, meat or poultry, should be chilled
in the refrigerator first. Even when chilled, they
should not stand in the oven for more than 1 hour
1. Program the oven as you normally would for baking.
Speed Bake may be used with Bake, Time Bake
and Delayed Time Bake features.
2. Press and release Speed Bake switch. The indicator
light will glow and the fan will come on. The fan stays
on when the oven door is closed and shuts off while
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ON THE FIRE. FLOUR MAY BE EXPLOSIVE.
the oven door is opened. The fan will continue to
operate until baking is complete.
Self-cleaning oven:
3. To cancel the Speed Bake function, press Clear
Off on the oven control as you would to cancel any
baking function.
NOTE: The Speed Bake feature will not work during
a clean cycle.
A self-cleaning oven cleans itself with high temperatures
(well above cooking temperatures) which eliminate soil
completely or reduce it to a fine powdered ash you can
wipe away with a damp cloth.
Adhere to the following cleaning precautions:
To broil:
•
DO NOT use oven cleaners or oven protective
coatings in or around any part of the self-cleaning
oven.
•
DO NOT clean the oven door gasket. The woven
material of the oven door gasket is essential for a
good seal. Care should be taken not to rub, damage
or remove the gasket.
•
DO NOT use any cleaning materials on the oven
door gasket. Doing so could cause damage.
•
Remove the broiler pan and insert, all utensils
and any aluminum foil. These items cannot
withstand high cleaning temperatures.
•
Oven racks may be left in the oven or may be
removed. If they go through the clean cycle their
color will turn slightly blue and the finish will be dull.
After the cycle is complete and the oven has cooled,
rub the sides of the racks with wax paper or a cloth
containing a small amount of baby oil or salad oil
(this will make the racks glide easier into the rack
position).
•
Remove any excess spillovers in the oven cavity
before starting the self-cleaning cycle. To clean,
use hot, soapy water and a cloth. Large spillovers
can cause heavy smoke or fire when subjected to
high temperatures. DO NOT allow food spills with a
high sugar or acid content (such as milk, tomatoes,
sauerkraut, fruit juices or pie filling) to remain on the
surface as they may leave a dull spot even after
cleaning.
•
Clean any soil from the oven frame, the door liner
outside the oven door gasket and the small area at
the front center of the oven bottom. These areas heat
sufficiently to burn soil on. Clean with soap and
water.
1. Arrange oven rack while oven is still cool. Position
the rack as suggested in the chart below.
Rack Position From Top
Food
1
Rare steaks
2
Fish, medium
s t e a k s ,
hamburgers and
chops
3
Well-done foods
such as chicken
and lobster
2. Press Broil.
3. Press and hold the Up Arrow or Down Arrow until
the desired broil setting level appears in the display.
Press the Up Arrow for HI broil or the Down Arrow
for LO broil. Most foods can be broiled at the HI broil
setting. Select the LO broil setting to avoid excess
browning or drying of foods that should be broiled to
the well-done stage.
4. Place the insert on the broiler pan, then place the
food on the insert. DO NOT use the broiler pan
without the insert or cover the insert with aluminum
foil. The exposed grease could ignite.
5. Place the pan on the oven rack. Open the oven
door to the broil stop position when broiling
foods.
6. Broil on one side until food is browned; turn and cook
on the second side. NOTE: Always pull the rack out
to the stop position before turning or removing food.
7. When broiling is finished, press Clear Off.
CAUTION: SHOULD AN OVEN FIRE OCCUR,
CLOSE THE OVEN DOOR AND TURN OFF THE
OVEN. IF THE FIRE CONTINUES, USE A FIRE
EXTINGUISHER. DO NOT PUT WATER OR FLOUR
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NOTE: Prior to setting the Self-Clean cycle, any spills
remaining on the oven bottom should be removed.
Some models have a recessed well for the bake element.
On these models, the bake element is designed to be
tilted up using your hand from the front of the bake
element. This will allow easier access to the oven bottom
for cleaning. Be careful not to raise the element more
than 4 or 5 inches from the resting position.
To set the controls for a self-clean cycle:
3. Restart the self-clean cycle once all conditions have
been corrected.
CAUTION: Use care when opening the oven door after
the self-cleaning cycle. Stand to the side of the oven
when opening the door to allow hot air or steam to
escape.
1. Be sure the clock shows the correct time of day.
CAUTION: DO NOT force the oven door open. This can
damage the automatic door locking system. Use caution
when opening the door after the self-cleaning cycle is
completed. The oven may still be VERY HOT.
2. Press Clean. "— — —" appears in the display.
How the ES 300 control system works:
For satisfactory results use a 2 hour cycle for light soils
and a 3 hour cycle for average to heavy soils.
3. Press the Up Arrow until "3:00" appears in the
display for a 3 hour cycle, or press the Down Arrow
until "2:00" appears in the display for a 2 hour cycle.
CAUTION: NEVER ATTEMPT TO REMOVE EITHER
THE BAKE OR BROIL ELEMENT WITHOUT DISCONNECTING ELECTRICAL POWER FROM THE
RANGE. ELECTRICAL POWER IS CONNECTED
TO THE ELEMENTS WHENEVER ELECTRICAL
POWER IS CONNECTED TO THE RANGE.
4. As soon as the Up Arrow or Down Arrow is
released, "CLN" appears in the display.
5. As soon as the controls are set, the motor driven
lock will begin to close automatically and the "LOCK"
indicator light will flash. DO NOT open the door while
the light is flashing (it takes about 15 seconds for the
oven door to lock).
6. The "LOCK" light will glow until the cleaning cycle is
completed or cancelled, and the oven temperature
has cooled.
The ES 300 electronic oven control system is made up
of four parts that control the bake and broil elements, the
speed bake fan in the oven, and the locking of the door
in the self-clean cycle.
1.
Electronic oven control.
2.
Oven temperature sensor.
3.
Oven door lock mechanism.
4.
Speed bake switch.
When the self-clean cycle is completed:
1. The time of day or “END” will appear in the display
window and the “Clean” and "LOCK" light will continue
to glow.
2. Once the oven has cooled down for about 1 hour and
the "LOCK" light has gone out, the oven door can be
opened.
3. If “End” is in the display and the “Clean” indicator
remains on, press Clear Off. The time of day will
appear in the display.
NOTE: When the oven is cool, wipe away any
residue or powdered ash with a damp cloth or paper
towel.
Stopping or interrupting a self-cleaning cycle:
1. Press Clear Off .
2. Once the oven has cooled down for about 1 HOUR
and the "LOCK" light has gone out, the oven door can
be opened.
Bake:
When the bake pad is touched, and a temperature is set
with the up or down arrows, the bake relay on the board
closes. This connects one side of the line to the bake
element, and the preheat and oven lights on the control
glow. In the tip of the oven sensor is a positive thermistor
that increases in resistance as the oven temperature
increases. The microprocessor in the EOC reads the
resistance of the oven sensor and compares it with a
programmed temperature set into the control. When the
resistance of the oven sensor indicates the temperature
in the oven is about 10 degrees above the programmed
temperature, the microprocessor opens the relay which
removes power from the element. When power is
removed from the element the oven temperature begins
to lower. As the oven temperature lowers, the resistance
of the oven sensor decreases. When the oven drops to
about 10 degrees below the programmed temperature
the resistance of the sensor tells the microprocessor to
close the relay contacts, and provide power to the
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element. After the first cycle, the preheat light is turned
off. Then whenever the oven calls for heat the control
cycles the broil element on for seven seconds and the
bake element on for fifty three seconds out of every
minute. This provides top heat during the bake cycle.
The two elements are never on at the same time.
NOTE: Oven controls may have a temperature
swing of more or less than 20 degrees. The
important thing is the average temperature in the
oven. The average temperature in the center of the
oven should be within 10 degrees of the
programmed temperature.
Time bake:
The time bake function allows the oven to be programmed
to stop baking at a set time, or to delay the start and stop
baking at a set time. The stop time cannot be set for
more than 11 hours and 59 minutes ahead of the time of
day.
lock switch. When the motor rotates one half turn the
contacts of the door lock switch reopen sending a signal
to the EOC that the door is locked, and to open the
contacts of the lock relay. The lock indicator light then
glows steady and the EOC closes the bake relay
providing power to the bake element. The clean
temperature is preset into the EOC at around 860° F. It
takes about 45 minutes for the oven to reach 860° F.
When the temperature is reached the control cycles the
bake element off and on to maintain the temperature until
the clean time is completed. When the clean time is
completed the EOC removes power from the bake
element and the oven cools down. When the temperature
in the oven goes below 500° F the control closes the
contacts of the lock relay. The lock motor then turns 180
degrees closing and reopening the contacts of the lock
switch and unlocking the door. The open contacts of the
lock switch tells the control that the door is unlocked and
to open the contacts of the lock relay and turn the lock
indicator light off.
Calibration:
Broil:
To check oven calibration:
When the broil pad is touched, and High or Low is set
with the up or down arrows, the broil relay on the board
closes. This connects one side of the line to the broil
element. In the tip of the oven sensor is a positive
thermistor that increases in resistance as the oven
temperature increases. The microprocessor reads the
resistance of the oven sensor, and compares it with the
programmed temperature set into the control. Usually
you do not want the broil element to cycle, so the oven
door is opened to the broil stop position. If the door is not
opened the broil element will cycle when the set
temperature is reached.
1. Place a thermometer or thermocouple in the
center of the oven.
2. Program the oven for bake and the temperature to
350° F. Allow the oven to cycle three times.
3. Average the highest and lowest readings. The
average should be within 10° of 350° F.
To change the calibration:
1. Touch the bake pad on the control, and using the
up arrow set the oven temperature to maximum
(550° F).
Speed bake:
Speed bake operates the same as the bake cycle.
However, when the speed bake switch is touched the
contacts of the speed bake relay on the EOC close
providing line to neutral (120 VAC) to the speed bake fan
in the oven. This fan operates continuously until the
clear/off is touched. If the oven door is open during a
speed bake operation the fan stops, but it restarts when
the door is closed.
2. Within 3 seconds touch and hold the bake pad
(about 5 seconds) until “00” appear in the display.
NOTE: If any numbers other than “00” appear in
the display, the control has been previously
calibrated in the field.
3. By using the up or down arrows the calibration
temperature can be changed + or - 35° F.
Clean:
With the oven door closed, contacts COM to NO of the
oven door switch close. Then when the clean pad is
touched and a clean time is set the door lock relay on the
electronic oven control closes providing line to neutral
voltage (120 VAC) to the lock motor. “CLN” appears in
the display and the lock indicator light blinks. The lock
motor starts to rotate, closing the contacts of the door
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4. When the desired calibration is reached, touch the
cancel pad to return the control to normal operation.
Troubleshooting:
Time bake does not operate:
The ES 300 has some self diagnostics built into the
microprocessor to help in troubleshooting the system.
When a failure occurs one of three codes will appear in
all the display windows; F1, F3 and F9.
If the normal bake feature operates but the time bake
feature does not operate check to be sure it is being
programmed correctly. If so, replace the EOC.
Blank Display:
F1 code:
An F1 indicates a malfunction in the control itself, and
the control should be replaced.
F3 code:
An F3 indicates a defective sensor, electronic oven
control or the wiring in between. To determine which
part is defective:
1. Disconnect the 15 pin plug from the back of the oven
control that connects the sensor to the oven control.
2. With an Ohmmeter measure the resistance between
pins 12 and 13 in the plug (not on the control board).
If the meter reads around the value of the oven
temperature sensor shown in the below resistance
chart, the oven control is defective. If the meter reads
less than 800 Ohms or more than 3000 Ohms, go to
step 3.
RTD
Temperature
(°F)
SCALE
Resistance
If the display on the oven control is blank and the range
is connected to electrical power:
1. Go to the back of the control and measure the
voltage drop between terminal L1 and neutral. If the
meter reads line to neutral voltage (120 VAC) the
control is defective. If the meter reads zero the
wiring in the range is defective.
No heat:
If the control is appears to be operating normally, but
the bake element does not heat:
1. Go to the back of the oven control and measure the
voltage drop between terminals BA and neutral with
the control not programmed (clock operating only).
If the meter reads line to neutral (120VAC) the control
is defective. If the meter reads zero the bake element
or the wiring to the bake element is defective. Go
to step 2.
(ohms)
32 ± 1.9
1000 ± 4.0
75 ± 2.5
1091 ± 5.3
250 ± 4.4
1453 ± 8.9
350 ± 5.4
1654 ± 10.8
450 ± 6.9
1852 ± 13.5
550 ± 8.2
2047 ± 15.8
650 ± 9.6
2237 ± 18.5
900 ± 13.6
2697 ± 24.4
3. Disconnect the harness from the oven sensor and
measure the resistance of the oven sensor. If the
reading is less than 800 Ohms or more than 3000
Ohms, the oven sensor is defective. If the reading
is correct with the chart, the harness is defective.
F9 code:
An F9 code indicates the control has detected a problem
with the motor door latch assembly. Check the contacts
of the lock switch, wiring to the lock motor assembly,
and the lock motor.
Control will not program:
If the control will not program check for an open sensor
circuit. If the sensor circuit is good replace the control.
2. Remove the back from the range to gain access to
the terminals of the bake element. Program the oven
control for bake and measure the voltage drop across
the terminals of the bake element. If the meter reads
line to line voltage (240VAC) the element is defective.
If the meter reads zero the wiring to the element is
open.
If the control appears to be operating normally, but the
broil element does not heat:
1. Go to the back of the oven control and measure the
voltage drop between terminals BR and neutral with
the control not programmed (clock operating only).
If the meter reads line to neutral (120VAC)the control
is defective. If the meter reads zero the broil element
or the wiring to the broil element is defective. Go to
step 2.
2. Remove the back from the range to gain access to
the terminals of the broil element. Program the oven
control for broil and measure the voltage drop across
the terminals of the broil element. If the meter reads
line to line voltage (240VAC) the element is defective.
If the meter reads zero the wiring to the element is
open.
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Oven door does not lock when the oven is programmed for clean:
Fan in oven does not run when speed bake switch
is turn on:
1. Remove power from the range, go to the back of
the control and disconnect the 15 pin plug.
Measure the resistance between pins 5 and 6 of
the 15 pin plug (not on the EOC). If the meter
reads infinity the lock motor or the wiring to the
lock motor is defective. If the meter reads around
1500 ohms go to step 2.
1. Remove power from the range and set the speed
bake switch to on. Disconnect the 15 pin plug
from the oven control and measure the resistance
between pins 14 and 15 (not on the EOC). If the
meter reads infinity, the speed bake switch or the
wiring to the speed bake switch is defective. If the
meter reads zero go to step 2.
2. Measure the resistance between pins 9 and 11 of
the 15 pin plug with the oven door closed. If the
meter reads infinity the door switch or the wiring
to the door light switch is defective. If the meter
reads zero go to step 3.
2. Measure the resistance between pins 9 and 11 of
the 15 pin plug. If the meter reads infinity, the door
switch or the wiring to the door switch is defective.
If the meter reads zero go to step 3.
3. Measure the resistance between pins 9 and 10 of
the 15 pin plug. If the meter reads infinity the lock
switch or the wiring to the lock switch is defective.
If the meter reads zero the control is defective.
Lock motor runs continuously:
1. With the door in the unlock position, remove power
from the range. Go to the back of the control and
disconnect the 15 pin plug from the control. With an
Ohmmeter measure the resistance between pins 9
and 10 of the 15 pin plug (not on the EOC). If the
meter reads zero the lock switch or the wiring to the
lock switch is defective. If the meter reads infinity
go to step 2.
2. Depress the arm of the lock switch, and measure
the resistance between pins 9 and 10 of the 15 pin
plug. If the meter reads infinity the lock switch or
the wiring to the lock switch is defective. If the meter
reads zero the control is defective.
NOTE: Always check the cam arm relationship.
Oven door locks when the oven is programmed
for clean but the oven does not heat:
1. If the oven operates normally in bake, replace the
control.
Door latch is partly closed with door open, cannot
close door:
1. Program the oven for self-clean, and hold in on the
door switch for 30 seconds. Touch cancel and
hold door switch in for 30 seconds. The lock
motor should lock and unlock the door.
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3. Spin the motor blade. If the blade turns hard or
doesn’t move, remove the motor and check for an
obstruction. If the blade spins free, measure the
resistance between pins 3 and 5. If the meter reads
infinity, the motor or the wiring to the motor is defective. If the meter reads around 15 Ohms replace
the control.
SAMPLE SCHEMATIC FOR THE ES 300 CONTROL SYSTEM
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The ES 400 Electronic Oven Control System:
3.
The ES 400 electronic oven control system is used to
control ovens on self-cleaning model ranges with the
convection feature.
Press Clean to toggle between the 12 and 24 hour
time of day display. The display will show either
12:00 or 24:00.
4.
Press Start to accept the change or press Clear/
Off to reject the change.
How to program the ES 400:
The oven can be programmed to: Bake, Time Bake, Broil,
Convection Bake, Self-Clean, Continuous Bake, and set
for Oven Lockout.
5. Reset the correct time as described in To set
the clock.
Please note that if the 24 hour time of day mode was
chosen, the clock will now display time from 0:00
through 24:00 hours.
Clock:
The clock may be set for 12 or 24 hour time of day operation. The clock has been preset at the factory for 12
hour operation. When the range is first plugged in or
when the power supply to the range has been interrupted,
the timer in the display will flash and PF (power failure)
will appear in the display.
To set the clock:
Continuous bake or 12 hour energy saving:
The oven control has a factory preset built-in 12 hour
energy saving feature that will shut off the oven if the
oven control is left on for more than 11 hours and 59
minutes. The oven can be programmed to override this
feature for continuous baking.
1. Press Clock . “CLO” will appear in the display.
To set the control for continuous bake or 12 hour
energy saving:
2. Example for 1:30. Press the numbers 1 3 0 to
set the time of day to 1:30. “CLO” will disappear
after 4 seconds and the clock will start. Or you may
press Start. “CLO” will disappear and the clock will
start.
1. Press and hold Timer On/Off for 7 seconds, “:—”
or “:24” will appear in the display and the control
will beep once.
Changing between 12 or 24 hour time of day display:
2. Press Clean to toggle between the 12 hour
energy saving and continuous bake features.
1.
Press and hold Clock for 6 seconds and a beep will
sound.
NOTE: “12” in the display indicates the control is set
for the 12 hour energy saving mode and “:---” indicates
the control is set for the continuous bake feature.
2.
The display will show 12:00 to indicate the 12 hour
time of day operation is active.
3. Press Start to accept the change or press
Clear/Off to reject the change.
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will sound and the lock icon light ( ) will clear and
the time will be shown. The “DOOR LOCKED” will
continue to flash until the oven door has completely
unlocked.
Minute timer:
The minute timer serves as an extra timer in the kitchen
that will beep when the set time has run out. It does not
start or stop cooking. The minute timer can be used
during any of the other oven functions. The minute timer
can be set for any amount of time from 1 minute to 11
hours 59 minutes in the 12 or 24 hour modes.
To set the minute timer:
1. Press Timer On/Off , “0:00” and “TIMER”
will flash in the display.
2. Push the number pads to set the desired time in
the display. Press Start , the time will begin to count
down and “TIMER” will glow in the display.
Note: If Start is not pressed the timer will return to
the time of day.
3. When the set time has run out, “END” will show in
the display and beep 3 times, every 60 seconds,
until Timer On/Off is pressed.
To change the minute timer while it is in use:
1. Press Timer On/Off and enter the new time using
the number pads. Then press Start to start with the
new time.
To cancel the minute timer before the set time has
run out:
1. Press and hold Timer On/Off . The display will
return to the time of day.
Oven lockout feature:
The Oven Lockout feature prevents the oven from being
accidentally turned on. It does not disable the clock,
minute timer, or surface elements. It disables the oven
light switch, but the oven light will turn on if the oven door
is opened.
To activate the oven lockout:
1. Press and hold Lock for three seconds.
2. After 3 seconds the lock icon light ( ) will come
on and “DOOR LOCKED” will flash in the display.
Once the oven door is locked the “DOOR
LOCKED” indicator will quit flashing and remain
on along with the lock icon light.
To reactivate oven operation:
2. The oven control may then be programmed for all
operations.
Temperature display - Fahrenheit or Celcius:
The oven control can be programmed to display temperatures in Fahrenheit or Celsius. The range has been
preset at the factory to display in Fahrenheit.
To change the temperature from °F to °C or from
°C to °F:
1. Identify which display your control is set for now.
To tell if your range is set for Fahrenheit or Celsius
press Broil and hold for 7 seconds. A beep will
then sound. If “F” appears in the display it is set to
show temperatures in Fahrenheit. If “C” appears in
the display it is set to show temperatures in Celsius.
2. Press Clean to toggle between the Fahrenheit to
Celsius display mode. The display will show either
“F” (Fig. 4) or “C”.
3. Press Start to accept the change or press Clear
Off to reject the change.
Silent control operation:
The silent operation feature allows the control to be operated without sounds or beeps whenever necessary. If
desired the control can be programmed for silent operation and later returned to operating with all the normal
sounds and beeps.
To change control from normal sound operation to
silent control operation:
1. Identify which sound operation your control is set
for now. To tell if your range is set for normal or
silent operation press and hold Stop Time for 7
seconds. “DELAY” will flash in the display. If “:SP”
appears, the control will operate with normal sounds
and beeps. If “:—” appears, the control is in the
silent operation mode.
2. Press Clean to toggle between the normal sound
operation and silent operation mode. The display
will show either “:SP” or “:—”.
3. Press Start to accept the change or press Clear
Off to reject the change.
1. Press and hold Lock for three seconds. A beep
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Preheat:
be programmed to bake at any temperature from 170° F
to 550° F (the sample below is for 350° F).
The preheat mode will bring the oven up to temperature
and then beep to let you know when to add your food.
Preheating the oven is recommended when baking breads
and cakes. The oven can be programmed to preheat at
any temperature from 170° F to 550° F.
To set the bake temperature:
1.
Arrange oven racks and place food in oven.
2.
Press Bake , “—°” will show in the display.
3.
Press 3 5 0 .“350°” will flash and “BAKE “
will show in the display.
2. Press Preheat. “—°” and “BAKE” will show in the
display.
4.
Press Start. “BAKE” and “350°” oven
temperature will show in the display.
3. Press the numbers to set the temperature you want
the oven to attain in preheat. The set temperature
and “BAKE” will show in the display.
5.
Press Clear Off to stop baking or to cancel bake at
any time.
To set the preheat temperature:
1. Arrange oven racks.
4. Press Start . “PRE” and “BAKE” will show in the
display as the oven heats and reaches the set
temperature.
NOTE: After the oven has reached the desired temperature the control will beep and the “PRE” light will turn off
and oven temperature will be displayed. If the beep was
missed, a quick glance at the display with the “PRE“
missing and the oven temperature shown in its place, is
a good way to check that the oven has reached the preheat temperature. Once the oven has preheated, you
may place food in the oven immediately. The “BAKE”
light will stay on.
5. Press Clear Off when baking is complete or to
cancel preheat.
To change the preheat temperature while the oven
is preheating:
1. While preheating, press Preheat . “—°” and “BAKE”
will show in the display.
2. Enter the new preheat temperature. Press the
numbers for the new set temperature. The new
set temperature and “BAKE” will show in the
display.
3. Press Preheat . “PRE” and “BAKE” will show in the
display as the oven heats and reaches the new set
temperature.
4. When baking is complete press Clear Off.
To change the bake temperature:
(example 350° F to 425° F)
1.
After the oven has already been set to bake at
350° F and should the temperature need to be
changed to 425° F, press Bake and “—°” will show
in the display. Then press 4 2 5 . “425°” and
“BAKE” will show in the display.
2.
Press Start. “BAKE” and the new oven
temperature will show in the display.
Timed bake:
COOK TIME or STOP TIME control the Time Bake operation. The automatic timer will turn the oven off at the
time you select in advance.
CAUTION: Use caution with the Timed Bake feature to
cook cured or frozen meats and most fruits and vegetables. Foods that can easily spoil such as milk, eggs,
fish, meat or poultry, should be chilled in the refrigerator
first. Even when chilled, they should not stand in the
oven for more than 1 hour before cooking begins, and
should be removed promptly when cooking is completed.
Eating spoiled food can result in sickness from food poisoning.
To program the oven to begin baking immediately
and to shut off automatically:
(example to bake at 350° F for 50 minutes)
1. Be sure that the clock shows the correct time of
day.
Bake:
2. Arrange oven rack(s) and, if roasting or cooking a
casserole, place the food in the oven.
Use this mode when preheating is not necessary, such
as when roasting or cooking casseroles. The oven can
3. Press Bake, “—°” will show in the display.
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pads pressing 5 0 . “TIMED” will flash and
“BAKE”, “00:50” and “350°” will show in the
display.
4. Press 3 5 0 . “350°” will flash and “BAKE”
will show in the display.
5. Press Start . “350°” and “BAKE“ will show in the
display.
6. Press Cook Time. “TIMED” will flash; “BAKE”,
“00:00” and “350°” will show in the display.
NOTE: Baking time can be set for any amount of time
from 1 minute to 11 hours and 59 minutes (maximum
time for both 12 or 24 hour display modes).
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7. Enter the desired baking time using the number
pads pressing 5 0 . “TIMED” will flash and
“BAKE”, “00:50” and “350°” will show in the
display.
NOTE: Baking time can be set for any amount of time
from 1 minute to 11 hours and 59 minutes (maximum
time for both 12 or 24 hour display modes).
8. Press Start . Both the “TIMED” and “BAKE” icons
will remain on in the display. Once Timed Bake
has started, the current time will return in the
display.
NOTE: Once Timed Bake is actived, press Cook Time
to display the cook time remaining in the Timed Bake
mode.
9. Press Clear Off when baking is complete or at any
time to cancel the Timed Bake mode.
Delay time bake - cook time and stop time:
Press Start.”TIMED, BAKE” and “350°” will
appear.
9. Press StopTime. Enter the desired stop time
using the number pads 5 3 0 .
10. Press Start. Once Timed Delay Bake has started,
the set oven temperature will disappear. “TIMED”,
“DELAY” and “BAKE” and the current time of time
will show in the display.
NOTE: Once Timed Bake is actived, press Cook Time
to display the cook time remaining in the Timed Bake
mode. Press Clear Off when baking has completed or
at any time to cancel the delayed timed bake mode.
When the set bake time runs out:
1. “End” will appear in the display window and the
oven will shut off automatically.
2. The control will beep 3 times. The control will
continue to beep 3 times each minute until Clear
Off is pushed.
The automatic timer will turn the oven on and off at the
time you select in advance.
To broil:
To program the oven for a delayed start time and
to shutoff automatically:
(example bake at 350° F for 50 minutes finishing at 5:30)
When broiling, heat radiates downward from the oven
broil element for even coverage. The broil feature is preset to start broiling at 550° F. however, the broil feature
temperature may be set between 400° F and 550° F.
1. Be sure that the clock shows the correct time of
day.
CAUTION: DO NOT use the pan without its insert.
4. Press 3 5 0 . “350°” will flash and “BAKE“
will show in the display.
CAUTION: DO NOT cover the insert with foil. The
exposed grease could ignite. Should an oven fire
occur, leave the oven door closed and turn off the
oven. If the fire continues, throw baking soda on
the fire or use a fire extinguisher. DO NOT put water or flour on the fire. Flour may be explosive and
water can cause a grease fire to spread and cause
personal injury.
5. Press Start . “350°” and “BAKE “ will show in the
display.
To set the oven to broil:
(example 550° F)
6. Press Cook Time. “TIMED” will flash; “BAKE”,
“00:00” and “350°” will show in the display.
1. Place the insert on the broiler pan, then place the
food on the insert. DO NOT use the broiler pan
without the insert. DO NOT cover the broiler insert
with aluminum foil. The exposed fat could ignite.
2. Arrange oven rack(s) and, if roasting or cooking a
casserole, place the food in the oven.
3. Press Bake, “—°” will show in the display.
7. Enter the desired baking time using the number
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2. Arrange oven rack and place the pan on the oven
rack. Be sure to center the broiler pan directly
under the broil burner. Open the oven door to the
broil stop position.
1. Arrange interior oven racks and place food in oven.
3. Press Broil. “BROIL” will flash and “—°” appear in
the display.
3. Press 3 5 0 . “MEATS” will flash and “350” will
appear in the display.
4. Press 5 5 0 . “BROIL” will flash and “550°”
appear in the display.
4. Press Start . “MEATS” and “350” will appear in the
display. The convection fan icon will come on.
5. Press Start. The oven will begin to broil. “BROIL”
and “550°” appear in the display.
5. Press Clear Off. to stop convection roast, or to
cancel convection coast at any time.
6. Broil on one side until food is browned; turn and
cook on the second side. Season and serve.
Self-clean cycle:
NOTE: Always pull the rack out to the stop position before turning or removing food.
7. The “BROIL” light in the display will stay.
8. To cancel broiling or when broiling is complete press
Clear Off.
Convection bake:
To set the convection bake feature:
(example 350° F)
2. Press Conv roast . “MEATS” will flash and “—°” will
be displayed.
When planning to use the oven directly after a self-clean
cycle remember to allow time for the oven to cool down
and the oven door to unlock. This normally takes about
one hour. Therefore, a 3 hour self-clean cycle will actually take about 4 hours to complete.
It is recommended to use a 2 hour self-clean cycle for
light soils, a 3 hour cycle for average soils, and a 4
hour cycle for heavy soils (to assure satisfactory results).
CAUTION: During the self-cleaning cycle, the outside of the range can become very hot to the touch.
DO NOT leave small children unattended near the
appliance; they may be burned if they touch the
hot oven door surfaces.
1. Arrange oven racks and place food in oven.
2. Press Conv Bake. “CONV BAKE” icon will flash
and “—°” will show in the display.
3. Press 3 5 0 . “CONV BAKE “ icon will flash
and “350°” will show in the display.
4. Press Start. The “CONV BAKE” icon will remain
on. Also the “350°” oven temperature and the oven
icon will show in the display.
NOTE: The convection fan will come on a short time
after the oven has been set for convection bake. The
oven icon display will begin rotating indicating that
the convection fan is operating.
5. Press Clear Off to stop baking or to cancel bake at
any time.
Convection roast:
The convection roast feature is used when cooking with
meat. This feature has been designed to give optimum
cooking performance for roasting meats.
To set the convection roast feature:
(example 350° F)
CAUTION: DO NOT force the oven door open. This
can damage the automatic door locking system.
Use care when opening the oven door after the selfcleaning cycle. Stand to the side of the oven when
opening the door to allow hot air or steam to escape. The oven may still be very hot.
To set the controls for the self-cleaning cycle to
start immediately and shut off automatically:
1. Be sure the clock shows the correct time of day
and the oven door is closed.
2. Press Clean. “CLEAN” will flash and “3:00” will
show in the display. If a 2 or 4 hour clean is desired
use the number pads to enter the time. Set the
cleaning time based on the amount of soil you
have—light, average or heavy.
3. Press Start.The “DOOR LOCKED” icon will flash;
“CLEAN” icon and the letters “CLN” will remain on
in the display.
4. As soon as the controls are set, the motor driven
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oven door lock will begin to close automatically
and once the door has been locked the “DOOR
LOCKED” indicator light will quit flashing and
remain on . Also the oven icon will show in the
display.
NOTE: It takes about 15 seconds for the oven door
lock to close.
When the self-clean cycle is completed:
1. Only the time of day and the “DOOR LOCKED”
icon will remain in the display.
2. Once the oven has cooled down for approximately
1 HOUR, and the word “DOOR LOCKED” shown
in the display has gone out, the oven door can then
be carefully opened.
Stopping or interrupting a self-cleaning cycle:
If it becomes necessary to stop or interrupt a self-cleaning cycle due to excessive smoke or fire in the oven:
1. Press Clear Off.
2. Once the oven has cooled down for approximately
1 HOUR and the “DOOR LOCKED” icon is no
longer displayed, then the oven door may be
carefully opened.
How the ES 400 operates:
CAUTION: NEVER ATTEMPT TO REMOVE EITHER
THE BAKE OR BROIL ELEMENT WITHOUT
DISCONNECTING ELECTRICAL POWER FROM THE
RANGE. ELECTRICAL POWER IS CONNECTED TO
THE ELEMENTS WHENEVER ELECTRICAL POWER
IS CONNECTED TO THE RANGE.
The ES 400 electronic oven control system is made up
of three parts that control the bake and broil elements,
and the locking of the door in clean.
1.
Electronic oven control.
2.
Oven temperature sensor.
3.
Oven door lock mechanism.
Preheat:
When the preheat pad is touched and a temperature is
entered with the number pads, the bake relay on the
board closes, and connects one side of the line to the
bake element. “PRE” and “BAKE” appear in the display.
After the first cycle “PRE” disappears and the oven
operates as in normal bake.
Bake:
When the bake pad is touched, and a temperature is
entered with the number pads, the bake relay on the
board closes, and connects one side of the line to the
bake element. “BAKE” appears in the display. In the tip
of the oven sensor is a positive thermistor that increases
in resistance as the oven temperature increases. The
EOC microprocessor reads the resistance of the oven
sensor, and compares it with the programmed temperature
set into the control. When the resistance of the oven
sensor indicates temperature in the oven is about 10
degrees above the programmed temperature, the
microprocessor opens the relay, which removes power
from one side of the element. When power is removed
from the element the oven temperature begins to lower.
As the oven temperature lowers the resistance of the
oven sensor decreases. When the oven drops to about
10 degrees below the programmed temperature, the
resistance of the sensor tells the microprocessor to
close the relay contacts, and once again provide power
to the element. After the first cycle and whenever the
oven calls for heat, the EOC cycles the broil element on
for seven seconds and then the bake element on for fifty
three seconds out of every minute. This provides top heat
during the bake cycle. The two elements are never on at
the same time.
NOTE: Oven controls may have a temperature
swing of more or less than 20 degrees. The
important thing is the average temperature in the
oven. The average temperature in the center of the
oven should be within 10 degrees of the
programmed temperature.
Time bake:
The time bake function allows the oven to be programmed
to stop bake at a set time, or to delay the start and stop
baking at a set time. The stop time cannot be set for
more than 11 hours and 59 minutes ahead of the time of
day.
Convection bake:
When the convection bake pad is touched and a
temperature is set, two things happen that do not happen
in normal bake. The EOC automatically raises the oven
temperature 15° F above the temperature that was
manually set in the control. If the oven door is closed, the
convection relay on the EOC closes, providing line to
neutral voltage to the convection fan motor and the
convection assist element. This relay remains closed
until the program is canceled or is interrupted by the
opening of the oven door. If interrupted by the opening of
the oven door, the relay will automatically close when the
door is closed.
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Convection roast:
350° F. Allow the oven to cycle three times.
Convection roast operates the same as convection bake
except the control does not operate above the set
temperature and the temperature differential is larger.
3. Average the highest and lowest reading. The
average should be within 10° F of 350° F.
To change the calibration:
Broil:
To adjust the oven temperature higher:
When the broil pad is touched, and a temperature is
entered with the numbers between 400° F and 550° F.
(usually 550° F) the broil relay on the board closes, and
connects one side of the line to the broil element. In the
tip of the oven sensor is a positive thermistor that
increases in resistance as the oven temperature
increases. The EOC microprocessor reads the resistance
of the oven sensor, and compares it with the programmed
temperature set into the control. Usually you do not want
the broil element to cycle so the oven door is opened to
the broil stop position. If the door is not opened the broil
element will cycle when the set temperature is reached.
1. Press the Bake pad for 6 seconds. “0” will appear
in the display.
NOTE: If any numbers other than “0” appear in the
display, the control has been previously calibrated
in the field.
2. To increase the temperature, use the number pads
to enter the desired change. The temperature may
be increased up to 35° F.
3. Press Start to accept the temperature change and
the display will return to the time of day. Press Clear
Off to reject the change if necessary.
Clean:
With the oven door closed, contacts COM to NO of the
oven door switch close. Then when the clean pad is
touched and a clean time is set the door lock relay on the
electronic oven control closes providing line to neutral
voltage (120 VAC) to the lock motor. The lock motor
starts to rotate, closing the contacts of the door lock
switch. When the motor rotates one half turn the
contacts of the door lock switch reopen sending a signal
to the EOC that the door is locked, and to open the
contacts of the lock relay. The lock indicator light then
glows steady and the EOC closes the bake relay
providing power to the bake element. The clean
temperature is preset into the EOC at around 860° F. It
takes about 45 minutes for the oven to reach 860° F.
When the temperature is reached the control cycles the
bake element off and on to maintain the temperature until
the clean time is completed. When the clean time is
completed the EOC removes power from the bake
element and the oven cools down. When the temperature
in the oven goes below 500° F the control closes the
contacts of the lock relay. The lock motor then turns 180
degrees closing and reopening the contacts of the lock
switch and unlocking the door. The open contacts of the
lock switch tells the control that the door is unlocked and
to open the contacts of the lock relay and turn the lock
indicator light off.
To adjust the oven temperature lower:
1. Press the Bake pad for 6 seconds. “0” will appear
in the display.
2. To decrease the temperature, use the number pads
to enter the desired change and then press Clean.
The temperature may be decreased up to 35° F.
(NOTE: Pressing CLEAN allows the entry of negative
degree change.)
3. Press Start to accept the temperature change and
the display will return to the time of day. Press Clear
Off to reject the change if necessary.
Troubleshooting:
The ES 400 has some self diagnostics built into the
microprocessor to help in troubleshooting the system.
When a failure occurs one of three codes will appear in
the display window: F1, F3, or F9.
F1 code:
An F1 indicates a malfunction in the EOC itself, and the
control should be replaced.
Calibration:
F3 code:
To check oven calibration:
An F3 indicates a defective sensor, electronic oven
control or the wiring in between.
1. Place a thermometer or thermocouple in the
center of the oven.
2. Program the oven for bake and the temperature to
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To determine which part is defective:
1. Disconnect the fifteen pin plug from the back of the
oven control that connects the sensor to the oven
control.
2. With an Ohmmeter, measure the resistance between
pins 14 and 15 in the plug (not on the control board).
If the meter reads around value of the oven
temperature sensor resistance chart shown below,
the oven control is defective. If the meter reads less
than 800 Ohms or more than 3000 Ohms, go to
step 3.
RTD
Temperature
(°F)
SCALE
Resistance
(ohms)
32 ± 1.9
1000 ± 4.0
75 ± 2.5
1091 ± 5.3
250 ± 4.4
1453 ± 8.9
350 ± 5.4
1654 ± 10.8
450 ± 6.9
1852 ± 13.5
550 ± 8.2
2047 ± 15.8
650 ± 9.6
2237 ± 18.5
900 ± 13.6
2697 ± 24.4
the resistance between pins 10 and 12 of the 15 pin
plug (in the plug). If the meter reads open, check
the door switch and the wiring from the electronic
oven control to the door switch. If the meter reads
zero go to step 2.
2. Measure the resistance between pins 5 and 7. If
the meter reads around 10 Ohms the control is
defective. If the meter reads infinity either the wiring
to the fan motor and element is open or both the
fan motor and the element are defective.
If either convection bake or convection roast
operate normally but the other does not:
1. The EOC is defective.
Fan motor does not operate:
1. If the assist element is heating then the fan motor
itself or the wiring to the fan motor is defective. Also
check for a blocked fan blade.
Assist element does not operate:
3. Disconnect the harness from the oven sensor and
measure the resistance of the oven sensor. If the
meter reads less than 800 Ohms or more than 3000
Ohms, the oven sensor is defective. If the reading
is correct with the chart, the harness is defective.
F9 code:
An F9 code indicates the control has detected a problem
with the motor door latch assembly. Check the contacts
of the lock switch, wiring to the lock motor assembly,
and the lock motor.
1. If the convection fan is operating then the element
itself or the wiring to the element is defective.
Control does not operate in preheat:
1. If the oven operates in bake but not preheat, the
EOC is defective.
Blank display:
If the EOC will not program check for an open sensor
circuit. If the sensor circuit is good replace the control.
1. With the range connected to electrical power, go to
the back of the control and measure the voltage
drop between terminal L1 and neutral. If the meter
reads line to neutral voltage (120 VAC), the control
is defective. If the meter reads zero the wiring in
the range is defective.
Time bake does not operate:
Bake element does not heat:
Control will not program:
If the normal bake feature operates but the time bake
feature does not operate, check to be sure it is being
programmed correctly. If it is being programmed
correctly, replace the control.
Convection bake and convection roast:
Neither the fan motor or the assist element operates:
1. Remove power from range. Go to the back of
the electronic oven control and disconnect the
15 pin plug. With the oven door closed, measure
1. With the range connected to electrical power, go to
the back of the oven control and measure the voltage
drop between terminals BA and neutral with the
control not programmed (clock operating only). If
the meter reads line to neutral (120VAC) the control
is defective. If the meter reads zero, the bake
element or the wiring to the bake element is
defective. Go to step 2.
2. Remove the back from the range to gain access to
the terminals of the bake element. Program the oven
control for bake and measure the voltage drop across
the terminals of the bake element. If the meter reads
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line to line voltage (240 VAC) the element is
defective. If the meter reads zero the wiring to the
element is open.
plug. If the meter reads infinity the lock switch or
the wiring to the lock switch is defective. If the meter
reads zero the control is defective.
NOTE: Always check the cam arm relationship.
Broil element does not heat:
Oven door locks but the oven does not heat:
1. With the range connected to electrical power, go to
the back of the oven control and measure the voltage
drop between terminals BR and neutral with the
control not programmed (clock operating only). If
the meter reads line to neutral (120VAC) the control
is defective. If the meter reads zero the broil element
or the wiring to the broil element is defective. Go to
step 2.
2. Remove the back from the range to gain access to
the terminals of the broil element. Program the oven
control for broil and measure the voltage drop across
the terminals of the broil element. If the meter reads
line to line voltage (240 VAC) the element is
defective. If the meter reads zero the wiring to the
element is open.
Oven door does not lock when the oven is programmed for clean:
1. Remove power from the range, go the back of the
control and disconnect the 15 pin plug. Measure the
resistance between pins 5 and 6 of the 15 pin plug
(in the plug). If the meter reads infinity, the lock
motor or the wiring to the lock motor is defective. If
the meter reads around 1500 ohms go to step 2.
2. Measure the resistance between pins 9 and 11 of
the 15 pin plug with the oven door closed. If the
meter reads infinity, the door switch or the wiring to
the door light switch is defective. If the meter reads
zero go to step 3.
3. Measure the resistance between pins 9 and 10 of
the 15 pin plug. If the meter reads infinity the lock
switch or the wiring to the lock switch is defective. If
the meter reads zero the control is defective.
Lock motor runs continuously:
1
With the door in the unlock position, remove power
from the range. Go to the back of the control and
disconnect the 15 pin plug from the control. With an
Ohmmeter measure the resistance between pins 9
and 10 of the 15 pin plug (in the plug). If the meter
reads zero the lock switch or the wiring to the lock
switch is defective. If the meter reads infinity go to
step 2.
2, Depress the arm of the lock switch, and measure
the resistance between pins 9 and 10 of the 15 pin
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1. If the oven operates in normal bake replace the
control.
Door latch is partly closed with door open:
1. Program the oven for self-clean, and hold in on the
door switch for 30 seconds. Touch cancel and hold
door switch in for 30 seconds. The lock motor should
lock and unlock the door.
SAMPLE SCHEMATIC FOR THE ES 400 CONTROL SYSTEM
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The ES 450 Electronic Oven Control System:.
3.
Press Clean to toggle between the 12 and 24 hour
time of day display. The display will show either
12:00 or 24:00.
4.
Press Start to accept the change or press Clear/
Off to reject the change.
The ES 450 electronic oven control system is used to
control ovens on self-cleaning model ranges that have
the convection and pre-programmed features.
How to program the ES 450:
The oven can be programmed to: Bake, Time Bake, Broil,
Convection Bake, Self-Clean, Continuous Bake,
Preprogram Functions, and set for Oven Lockout.
5. Reset the correct time as described in To set the
clock.
Clock:
Please note that if the 24 hour time of day mode was
chosen, the clock will now display time from 0:00
through 24:00 hours.
The clock may be set for 12 or 24 hour time of day operation. The clock has been preset at the factory for 12
hour operation. When the range is first plugged in or
when the power supply to the range has been interrupted,
the timer in the display will flash and PF (power failure)
will appear in the display.
To set the clock:
1. Press Clock . “CLO” will appear in the display.
2. Example for 1:30. Press the numbers 1 3 0 to
set the time of day to 1:30. “CLO” will disappear
after 4 seconds and the clock will start. Or you may
press Start. “CLO” will disappear and the clock will
start.
Changing between 12 or 24 hour time of day display:
Continuous bake or 12 hour energy saving:
The oven control has a factory preset built-in 12 hour
energy saving feature that will shut off the oven if the
oven control is left on for more than 11 hours and 59
minutes. The oven can be programmed to override this
feature for continuous baking.
To set the control for continuous bake or 12 hour
energy saving:
1. Press and hold Timer On/Off for 7 seconds, “:—”
or “:24” will appear in the display and the control
will beep once.
2. Press Clean to toggle between the 12 hour
energy saving and continuous bake features.
1.
Press and hold Clock for 6 seconds and a beep will
sound.
NOTE: “12” in the display indicates the control is set
for the 12 hour energy saving mode and “:---” indicates
the control is set for the continuous bake feature.
2.
The display will show 12:00 to indicate the 12 hour
time of day operation is active.
3. Press Start to accept the change or press
Clear/Off to reject the change.
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will sound and the lock icon light ( ) will clear and
the time will be shown. The “DOOR LOCKED” will
continue to flash until the oven door has completely
unlocked.
Minute timer:
The minute timer serves as an extra timer in the kitchen
that will beep when the set time has run out. It does not
start or stop cooking. The minute timer can be used
during any of the other oven functions. The minute timer
can be set for any amount of time from 1 minute to 11
hours 59 minutes in the 12 or 24 hour modes.
To set the minute timer:
1. Press Timer On/Off , “0:00” and “TIMER”
will flash in the display.
2. Push the number pads to set the desired time in
the display. Press Start , the time will begin to count
down and “TIMER” will glow in the display.
Note: If Start is not pressed the timer will return to
the time of day.
3. When the set time has run out, “END” will show in
the display and beep 3 times, every 60 seconds,
until Timer On/Off is pressed.
To change the minute timer while it is in use:
1. Press Timer On/Off and enter the new time using
the number pads. Then press Start to start with the
new time.
To cancel the minute timer before the set time has
run out:
1. Press and hold Timer On/Off . The display will
return to the time of day.
Oven lockout feature:
The Oven Lockout feature prevents the oven from being
accidentally turned on. It does not disable the clock,
minute timer, or surface elements. It disables the oven
light switch, but the oven light will turn on if the oven door
is opened.
To activate the oven lockout:
1. Press and hold Lock for three seconds.
2. After 3 seconds the lock icon light ( ) will come
on and “DOOR LOCKED” will flash in the display.
Once the oven door is locked the “DOOR
LOCKED” indicator will quit flashing and remain
on along with the lock icon light.
To reactivate oven operation:
2. The oven control may then be programmed for all
operations.
Temperature display - Fahrenheit or Celcius:
The oven control can be programmed to display temperatures in Fahrenheit or Celsius. The range has been
preset at the factory to display in Fahrenheit.
To change the temperature from °F to °C or from
°C to °F:
1. Identify which display your control is set for now.
To tell if your range is set for Fahrenheit or Celsius
press Broil and hold for 7 seconds. A beep will
then sound. If “F” appears in the display it is set to
show temperatures in Fahrenheit. If “C” appears in
the display it is set to show temperatures in Celsius.
2. Press Clean to toggle between the Fahrenheit to
Celsius display mode. The display will show either
“F” (Fig. 4) or “C”.
3. Press Start to accept the change or press Clear
Off to reject the change.
Silent control operation:
The silent operation feature allows the control to be operated without sounds or beeps whenever necessary. If
desired the control can be programmed for silent operation and later returned to operating with all the normal
sounds and beeps.
To change control from normal sound operation to
silent control operation:
1. Identify which sound operation your control is set
for now. To tell if your range is set for normal or
silent operation press and hold Stop Time for 7
seconds. “DELAY” will flash in the display. If “:SP”
appears, the control will operate with normal sounds
and beeps. If “:—” appears, the control is in the
silent operation mode.
2. Press Clean to toggle between the normal sound
operation and silent operation mode. The display
will show either “:SP” or “:—”.
3. Press Start to accept the change or press Clear
Off to reject the change.
1. Press and hold Lock for three seconds. A beep
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Preheat:
be programmed to bake at any temperature from 170° F
to 550° F (the sample below is for 350° F).
The preheat mode will bring the oven up to temperature
and then beep to let you know when to add your food.
Preheating the oven is recommended when baking breads
and cakes. The oven can be programmed to preheat at
any temperature from 170° F to 550° F.
To set the bake temperature:
1.
Arrange oven racks and place food in oven.
2.
Press Bake , “—°” will show in the display.
3.
Press 3 5 0 .“350°” will flash and “BAKE “
will show in the display.
2. Press Preheat. “—°” and “BAKE” will show in the
display.
4.
Press Start. “BAKE” and “350°” oven
temperature will show in the display.
3. Press the numbers to set the temperature you want
the oven to attain in preheat. The set temperature
and “BAKE” will show in the display.
5.
Press Clear Off to stop baking or to cancel bake at
any time.
To set the preheat temperature:
1. Arrange oven racks.
4. Press Start . “PRE” and “BAKE” will show in the
display as the oven heats and reaches the set
temperature.
NOTE: After the oven has reached the desired temperature the control will beep and the “PRE” light will turn off
and oven temperature will be displayed. If the beep was
missed, a quick glance at the display with the “PRE“
missing and the oven temperature shown in its place, is
a good way to check that the oven has reached the preheat temperature. Once the oven has preheated, you
may place food in the oven immediately. The “BAKE”
light will stay on.
5. Press Clear Off when baking is complete or to
cancel preheat.
To change the preheat temperature while the oven
is preheating:
1. While preheating, press Preheat . “—°” and “BAKE”
will show in the display.
2. Enter the new preheat temperature. Press the
numbers for the new set temperature. The new
set temperature and “BAKE” will show in the
display.
3. Press Preheat . “PRE” and “BAKE” will show in the
display as the oven heats and reaches the new set
temperature.
4. When baking is complete press Clear Off.
To change the bake temperature:
(example 350° F to 425° F)
1.
After the oven has already been set to bake at
350° F and should the temperature need to be
changed to 425° F, press Bake and “—°” will show
in the display. Then press 4 2 5 . “425°” and
“BAKE” will show in the display.
2.
Press Start. “BAKE” and the new oven
temperature will show in the display.
Timed bake:
COOK TIME or STOP TIME control the Time Bake operation. The automatic timer will turn the oven off at the
time you select in advance.
CAUTION: Use caution with the Timed Bake feature to
cook cured or frozen meats and most fruits and vegetables. Foods that can easily spoil such as milk, eggs,
fish, meat or poultry, should be chilled in the refrigerator
first. Even when chilled, they should not stand in the
oven for more than 1 hour before cooking begins, and
should be removed promptly when cooking is completed.
Eating spoiled food can result in sickness from food poisoning.
To program the oven to begin baking immediately
and to shut off automatically:
(example to bake at 350° F for 50 minutes)
1. Be sure that the clock shows the correct time of
day.
Bake:
2. Arrange oven rack(s) and, if roasting or cooking a
casserole, place the food in the oven.
Use this mode when preheating is not necessary, such
as when roasting or cooking casseroles. The oven can
3. Press Bake, “—°” will show in the display.
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pads pressing 5 0 . “TIMED” will flash and
“BAKE”, “00:50” and “350°” will show in the
display.
4. Press 3 5 0 . “350°” will flash and “BAKE”
will show in the display.
5. Press Start . “350°” and “BAKE“ will show in the
display.
6. Press Cook Time. “TIMED” will flash; “BAKE”,
“00:00” and “350°” will show in the display.
NOTE: Baking time can be set for any amount of time
from 1 minute to 11 hours and 59 minutes (maximum
time for both 12 or 24 hour display modes).
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7. Enter the desired baking time using the number
pads pressing 5 0 . “TIMED” will flash and
“BAKE”, “00:50” and “350°” will show in the
display.
NOTE: Baking time can be set for any amount of time
from 1 minute to 11 hours and 59 minutes (maximum
time for both 12 or 24 hour display modes).
8. Press Start . Both the “TIMED” and “BAKE” icons
will remain on in the display. Once Timed Bake
has started, the current time will return in the
display.
NOTE: Once Timed Bake is actived, press Cook Time
to display the cook time remaining in the Timed Bake
mode.
9. Press Clear Off when baking is complete or at any
time to cancel the Timed Bake mode.
Delay time bake - cook time and stop time:
Press Start.”TIMED, BAKE” and “350°” will
appear.
9. Press StopTime. Enter the desired stop time
using the number pads 5 3 0 .
10. Press Start. Once Timed Delay Bake has started,
the set oven temperature will disappear. “TIMED”,
“DELAY” and “BAKE” and the current time of time
will show in the display.
NOTE: Once Timed Bake is actived, press Cook Time
to display the cook time remaining in the Timed Bake
mode. Press Clear Off when baking has completed or
at any time to cancel the delayed timed bake mode.
When the set bake time runs out:
1. “End” will appear in the display window and the
oven will shut off automatically.
2. The control will beep 3 times. The control will
continue to beep 3 times each minute until Clear
Off is pushed.
The automatic timer will turn the oven on and off at the
time you select in advance.
To broil:
To program the oven for a delayed start time and
to shutoff automatically:
(example bake at 350° F for 50 minutes finishing at 5:30)
When broiling, heat radiates downward from the oven
broil element for even coverage. The broil feature is preset to start broiling at 550° F. however, the broil feature
temperature may be set between 400° F and 550° F.
1. Be sure that the clock shows the correct time of
day.
CAUTION: DO NOT use the pan without its insert.
4. Press 3 5 0 . “350°” will flash and “BAKE“
will show in the display.
CAUTION: DO NOT cover the insert with foil. The
exposed grease could ignite. Should an oven fire
occur, leave the oven door closed and turn off the
oven. If the fire continues, throw baking soda on
the fire or use a fire extinguisher. DO NOT put water or flour on the fire. Flour may be explosive and
water can cause a grease fire to spread and cause
personal injury.
5. Press Start . “350°” and “BAKE “ will show in the
display.
To set the oven to broil:
(example 550° F)
6. Press Cook Time. “TIMED” will flash; “BAKE”,
“00:00” and “350°” will show in the display.
1. Place the insert on the broiler pan, then place the
food on the insert. DO NOT use the broiler pan
without the insert. DO NOT cover the broiler insert
with aluminum foil. The exposed fat could ignite.
2. Arrange oven rack(s) and, if roasting or cooking a
casserole, place the food in the oven.
3. Press Bake, “—°” will show in the display.
7. Enter the desired baking time using the number
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2. Arrange oven rack and place the pan on the oven
rack. Be sure to center the broiler pan directly
under the broil burner. Open the oven door to the
broil stop position.
heating is not necessary for meats and poultry. Heated
air circulates around the food from all sides, sealing in
juices and flavors. Foods are crispy brown on the outside while staying moist on the inside.
3. Press Broil. “BROIL” will flash and “—°” appear in
the display.
The Cakes pad provides a preheat with a gentle cycling
of heat, giving cakes more volume and allowing delicate
foods to cook more evenly. Cooktimes may need to be
extended when baking 4 cake layers at one time.
4. Press 5 5 0 . “BROIL” will flash and “550°”
appear in the display.
5. Press Start. The oven will begin to broil. “BROIL”
and “550°” appear in the display.
The Breads pad adds a preheat feature to the bake cycle
to thoroughly heat the oven from top to bottom to give
more evenly browned food.
6. Broil on one side until food is browned; turn and
cook on the second side. Season and serve.
To set the food catagories feature:
(example cooking meats)
NOTE: Always pull the rack out to the stop position before turning or removing food.
1. Arrange interior oven racks and place food in oven.
7. The “BROIL” light in the display will stay.
2. Press Meats. “MEATS” will flash and “—°” will be
displayed.
8. To cancel broiling or when broiling is complete press
Clear Off.
3. Press 3 5 0 . “MEATS” will flash and “350” will
appear in the display.
Convection bake:
4. Press Start. “MEATS’ and “350” will appear in the
display and the convection fan icon will come on.
To set the convection bake feature:
(example 350° F)
Press Clear Off to stop cooking meats, cakes, or breads,
or to cancel at any time.
1. Arrange oven racks and place food in oven.
Self-clean cycle:
2. Press Conv Bake. “CONV BAKE” icon will flash
and “—°” will show in the display.
3. Press 3 5 0 . “CONV BAKE “ icon will flash
and “350°” will show in the display.
4. Press Start. The “CONV BAKE” icon will remain
on. Also the “350°” oven temperature and the oven
icon will show in the display.
NOTE: The convection fan will come on a short time
after the oven has been set for convection bake. The
oven icon display will begin rotating indicating that
the convection fan is operating.
5. Press Clear Off to stop baking or to cancel bake at
any time.
When planning to use the oven directly after a self-clean
cycle remember to allow time for the oven to cool down
and the oven door to unlock. This normally takes about
one hour. Therefore, a 3 hour self-clean cycle will actually take about 4 hours to complete.
It is recommended to use a 2 hour self-clean cycle for
light soils, a 3 hour cycle for average soils, and a 4
hour cycle for heavy soils (to assure satisfactory results).
CAUTION: During the self-cleaning cycle, the outside of the range can become very hot to the touch.
DO NOT leave small children unattended near the
appliance; they may be burned if they touch the
hot oven door surfaces.
Setting food catagories feature:
The Meats, Cakes, and Breads pads in the Food categories have been designed to give optimum performance
for the foods selected in each category.
The Meats pad combines a cook cycle with the convection fan and element to roast meats and poultry. Pre61
CAUTION: DO NOT force the oven door open. This
can damage the automatic door locking system.
Use care when opening the oven door after the selfcleaning cycle. Stand to the side of the oven when
opening the door to allow hot air or steam to escape. The oven may still be very hot.
To set the controls for the self-cleaning cycle to
start immediately and shut off automatically:
1. Be sure the clock shows the correct time of day
and the oven door is closed.
2. Press Clean. “CLEAN” will flash and “3:00” will
show in the display. If a 2 or 4 hour clean is desired
use the number pads to enter the time. Set the
cleaning time based on the amount of soil you
have—light, average or heavy.
3. Press Start.The “DOOR LOCKED” icon will flash;
“CLEAN” icon and the letters “CLN” will remain on
in the display.
4. As soon as the controls are set, the motor driven
oven door lock will begin to close automatically
and once the door has been locked the “DOOR
LOCKED” indicator light will quit flashing and
remain on . Also the oven icon will show in the
display.
NOTE: It takes about 15 seconds for the oven door
lock to close.
When the self-clean cycle is completed:
1. Only the time of day and the “DOOR LOCKED”
icon will remain in the display.
2. Once the oven has cooled down for approximately
1 HOUR, and the word “DOOR LOCKED” shown
in the display has gone out, the oven door can then
be carefully opened.
Stopping or interrupting a self-cleaning cycle:
If it becomes necessary to stop or interrupt a self-cleaning cycle due to excessive smoke or fire in the oven:
1. Press Clear Off.
2. Once the oven has cooled down for approximately
1 HOUR and the “DOOR LOCKED” icon is no
longer displayed, then the oven door may be
carefully opened.
How the ES 450 works:
CAUTION: NEVER ATTEMPT TO REMOVE EITHER
THE BAKE OR BROIL ELEMENT WITHOUT
DISCONNECTING ELECTRICAL POWER FROM THE
RANGE. ELECTRICAL POWER IS CONNECTED TO
THE ELEMENTS WHENEVER ELECTRICAL POWER
IS CONNECTED TO THE RANGE.
The ES 450 electronic oven control system is made up
of three parts that control the bake and broil elements,
the speed bake fan in the oven, and the locking of the
door in clean.
1.
Electronic oven control.
2.
Oven temperature sensor.
3.
Oven door lock mechanism.
Preheat:
When the preheat pad is touched and a temperature is
entered with the number pads, the bake relay on the
board closes, and connects one side of the line to the
bake element. “PRE” and “BAKE” appear in the display.
After the first cycle “PRE” disappears and the oven
operates as in normal bake.
Bake:
When the bake pad is touched, and a temperature is
entered with the number pads, the bake relay on the
board closes, and connects one side of the line to the
bake element. “BAKE” appears in the display. In the tip
of the oven sensor is a positive thermistor that increases
in resistance as the oven temperature increases. The
EOC microprocessor reads the resistance of the oven
sensor, and compares it with the programmed temperature
set into the control. When the resistance of the oven
sensor indicates temperature in the oven is about 10
degrees above the programmed temperature, the
microprocessor opens the relay, which removes power
from one side of the element. When power is removed
from the element the oven temperature begins to lower.
As the oven temperature lowers the resistance of the
oven sensor decreases. When the oven drops to about
10 degrees below the programmed temperature, the
resistance of the sensor tells the microprocessor to
close the relay contacts, and once again provide power
to the element. After the first cycle and whenever the
oven calls for heat, the EOC cycles the broil element on
for seven seconds and then the bake element on for fifty
three seconds out of every minute. This provides top heat
during the bake cycle. The two elements are never on at
the same time.
NOTE: Oven controls may have a temperature
swing of more or less than 20 degrees. The
important thing is the average temperature in the
oven. The average temperature in the center of the
oven should be within 10 degrees of the
programmed temperature.
Time bake:
The time bake function allows the oven to be programmed
to stop bake at a set time, or to delay the start and stop
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baking at a set time. The stop time cannot be set for
more than 11 hours and 59 minutes ahead of the time of
day.
Convection bake:
When the convection bake pad is touched and a
temperature is set, two things happen that do not happen
in normal bake. The EOC automatically raises the oven
temperature 15° F above the temperature that was
manually set in the control. If the oven door is closed, the
convection relay on the EOC closes, providing line to
neutral voltage to the convection fan motor and the
convection assist element. This relay remains closed
until the program is canceled or is interrupted by the
opening of the oven door. If interrupted by the opening of
the oven door, the relay will automatically close when the
door is closed.
Fixed Settings:
Meats:
When the meats pad is touched the oven operates
with the convection fan and assist element at the set
temperature.
Cakes:
Clean:
With the oven door closed, contacts COM to NO of the
oven door switch close. Then when the clean pad is
touched and a clean time is set the door lock relay on the
electronic oven control closes providing line to neutral
voltage (120 VAC) to the lock motor. The lock motor
starts to rotate, closing the contacts of the door lock
switch. When the motor rotates one half turn the
contacts of the door lock switch reopen sending a signal
to the EOC that the door is locked, and to open the
contacts of the lock relay. The lock indicator light then
glows steady and the EOC closes the bake relay
providing power to the bake element. The clean
temperature is preset into the EOC at around 860° F. It
takes about 45 minutes for the oven to reach 860° F.
When the temperature is reached the control cycles the
bake element off and on to maintain the temperature until
the clean time is completed. When the clean time is
completed the EOC removes power from the bake
element and the oven cools down. When the temperature
in the oven goes below 500° F the control closes the
contacts of the lock relay. The lock motor then turns 180
degrees closing and reopening the contacts of the lock
switch and unlocking the door. The open contacts of the
lock switch tells the control that the door is unlocked and
to open the contacts of the lock relay and turn the lock
indicator light off.
When the cakes pad is touched the oven operates
at a lower than set temperature with less temperature
differential.
Calibration:
Breads:
1. Place a thermometer or thermocouple in the
center of the oven.
When the breads pad is touched the oven operates
at a higher than set temperature with more
temperature differential. In addition, the broil element
is on a higher percentage of the time.
2. Program the oven for bake and the temperature to
350° F. Allow the oven to cycle three times.
To check oven calibration:
3. Average the highest and lowest reading. The
average should be within 10° F of 350° F.
Broil:
To change the calibration:
When the broil pad is touched, and a temperature is
entered with the numbers between 400° F and 550° F.
(usually 550° F) the broil relay on the board closes, and
connects one side of the line to the broil element. In the
tip of the oven sensor is a positive thermistor that
increases in resistance as the oven temperature
increases. The EOC microprocessor reads the resistance
of the oven sensor, and compares it with the programmed
temperature set into the control. Usually you do not want
the broil element to cycle so the oven door is opened to
the broil stop position. If the door is not opened the broil
element will cycle when the set temperature is reached.
To adjust the oven temperature higher:
1. Press the Bake pad for 6 seconds. “0” will appear
in the display.
NOTE: If any numbers other than “0” appear in the
display, the control has been previously calibrated
in the field.
2. To increase the temperature, use the number pads
to enter the desired change. The temperature may
be increased up to 35° F.
3. Press Start to accept the temperature change and
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the display will return to the time of day. Press Clear
Off to reject the change if necessary.
To adjust the oven temperature lower:
1. Press the Bake pad for 6 seconds. “0” will appear
in the display.
2. To decrease the temperature, use the number pads
to enter the desired change and then press Clean.
The temperature may be decreased up to 35° F.
(NOTE: Pressing CLEAN allows the entry of negative
degree change.)
3. Disconnect the harness from the oven sensor and
measure the resistance of the oven sensor. If the
meter reads less than 800 Ohms, or more than 3000
Ohms, the oven sensor is defective. If the reading
is correct with the chart the harness is defective.
F9 code:
An F9 code indicates the EOC has detected a problem
with the motor door latch assembly. Check the contacts
of the lock switch, wiring to the lock motor assembly,
and the lock motor.
Control will not program:
3. Press Start to accept the temperature change and
the display will return to the time of day. Press Clear
Off to reject the change if necessary.
If the control will not program, check for an open sensor
circuit. If the sensor circuit is good, replace the EOC.
Troubleshooting:
Time bake does not operate:
The ES 450 has some self diagnostics built into the
microprocessor to help in troubleshooting the system.
When a failure occurs one of three codes will appear in
the display window: F1, F3 or F9.
If the time bake feature does not operate, check to be
sure it is being programmed correctly. If it is being
programmed correctly, then replace the control.
Convection bake:
Neither the fan motor or the assist element operates:
F1 code:
An F1 indicates a malfunction in the EOC itself, and the
control should be replaced.
F3 code:
An F3 indicates a defective sensor, electronic oven
control or the wiring in between. To determine which
part is defective:
1. Disconnect the Fifteen pin plug from the back of the
EOC that connects the sensor to the oven control.
2. With an Ohmmeter measure the resistance between
pins14 and 15 in the plug (not on the EOC). If the
meter reads around the value of the oven temperature
sensor resistance chart shown below, the oven
control is defective. If the meter reads less than 800
Ohms, or more than 3000 Ohms, go to step 3.
RTD
Temperature
(°F)
SCALE
Resistance
(ohms)
32 ± 1.9
1000 ± 4.0
75 ± 2.5
1091 ± 5.3
250 ± 4.4
1453 ± 8.9
350 ± 5.4
1654 ± 10.8
450 ± 6.9
1852 ± 13.5
550 ± 8.2
2047 ± 15.8
650 ± 9.6
2237 ± 18.5
900 ± 13.6
2697 ± 24.4
1. Remove power from range. Go to the back of
the electronic oven control and disconnect the
15 pin plug. With the oven door closed, measure
the resistance between pins 10 and 12 of the 15 pin
plug (in the plug). If the meter reads open, check
the door switch and the wiring from the electronic
oven control to the door switch. If the meter reads
zero go to step 2.
2. Measure the resistance between pins 5 and 7. If
the meter reads around 10 Ohms the control is
defective. If the meter reads infinity either the wiring
to the fan motor and element is open or both the
fan motor and the element are defective.
Fan motor does not operate:
1. If the assist element is heating then the fan motor
itself or the wiring to the fan motor is defective. Also
check for a blocked fan blade.
Assist element does not operate:
1. If the convection fan is operating then the element
itself or the wiring to the element is defective.
Control does not operate in preheat:
1. If the oven operates in bake but not preheat, the
EOC is defective.
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Blank display:
1. With the range connected to electrical power, go to
the back of the control and measure the voltage
drop between terminal L1 and neutral. If the meter
reads line to neutral voltage (120 VAC), the control
is defective. If the meter reads zero the wiring in
the range is defective.
Bake element does not heat:
1. With the range connected to electrical power, go to
the back of the oven control and measure the voltage
drop between terminals BA and neutral with the
control not programmed (clock operating only). If
the meter reads line to neutral (120VAC) the control
is defective. If the meter reads zero, the bake
element or the wiring to the bake element is
defective. Go to step 2.
2. Remove the back from the range to gain access to
the terminals of the bake element. Program the oven
control for bake and measure the voltage drop across
the terminals of the bake element. If the meter reads
line to line voltage (240 VAC) the element is
defective. If the meter reads zero the wiring to the
element is open.
2. Measure the resistance between pins 9 and 11 of
the 15 pin plug with the oven door closed. If the
meter reads infinity, the door switch or the wiring to
the door light switch is defective. If the meter reads
zero go to step 3.
3. Measure the resistance between pins 9 and 10 of
the 15 pin plug. If the meter reads infinity the lock
switch or the wiring to the lock switch is defective. If
the meter reads zero the control is defective.
Lock motor runs continuously:
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With the door in the unlock position, remove power
from the range. Go to the back of the control and
disconnect the 15 pin plug from the control. With an
Ohmmeter measure the resistance between pins 9
and 10 of the 15 pin plug (in the plug). If the meter
reads zero the lock switch or the wiring to the lock
switch is defective. If the meter reads infinity go to
step 2.
2, Depress the arm of the lock switch, and measure
the resistance between pins 9 and 10 of the 15 pin
plug. If the meter reads infinity the lock switch or
the wiring to the lock switch is defective. If the meter
reads zero the control is defective.
NOTE: Always check the cam arm relationship.
Broil element does not heat:
Oven door locks but the oven does not heat:
1. With the range connected to electrical power, go to
the back of the oven control and measure the voltage
drop between terminals BR and neutral with the
control not programmed (clock operating only). If
the meter reads line to neutral (120VAC) the control
is defective. If the meter reads zero the broil element
or the wiring to the broil element is defective. Go to
step 2.
2. Remove the back from the range to gain access to
the terminals of the broil element. Program the oven
control for broil and measure the voltage drop across
the terminals of the broil element. If the meter reads
line to line voltage (240 VAC) the element is
defective. If the meter reads zero the wiring to the
element is open.
Oven door does not lock when the oven is programmed for clean:
1. Remove power from the range, go the back of the
control and disconnect the 15 pin plug. Measure the
resistance between pins 5 and 6 of the 15 pin plug
(in the plug). If the meter reads infinity, the lock
motor or the wiring to the lock motor is defective. If
the meter reads around 1500 ohms go to step 2.
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1. If the oven operates in normal bake replace the
control.
Door latch is partly closed with door open:
1. Program the oven for self-clean, and hold in on the
door switch for 30 seconds. Touch cancel and hold
door switch in for 30 seconds. The lock motor should
lock and unlock the door.
SAMPLE SCHEMATIC FOR THE ES 450 CONTROL SYSTEM
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reclose at about 130° F. The low limit thermostat is
connected electrically in parallel with the diode and
cycling contacts of the warmer switch. No matter where
the warmer knob is set during the first cycle, the
temperature will always go to about 200° F. After the first
cycle and during the holding cycles, the warmer drawer
temperature is controlled by the cycling contact of the
warmer drawer switch. The diode is placed in the circuit
to lower the power to the element by about 30% during
the holding cycles. This allows the warmer drawer to
operate at a lower temperature during the hold cycle.
Warmer drawer:
Warmer drawers are use to hold food at serving
temperature, usually between 160° F to 190° F.
To set the warmer drawer thermostat control:
Troubleshooting:
There are five ways a warmer drawer control system can
fail with a standard infinite switch:
1. The element does not heat.
2. The element heats during preheat, then stay off until
the temperature drops to about 130° F.
The thermostat control is used to select the temperature
of the warmer drawer. It is located on the control panel.
To set the thermostat, push in and turn the knob to the
desired setting. The temperatures are approximate, and
are designated by HI, MED and LO.
1. Turn the knob to select the desired temperature
setting.
2. For best results, preheat the drawer before adding
food. An empty drawer will preheat in approximately
15 minutes.
3. Turn the thermostat control to OFF after use.
How the warmer drawer circuit works:
L1
Warmer Sw.
Lock Sw.
Com NC
L1
H1
N
Warmer Sw.
H2
Element
3. The switch does not cycle the element off in the
hold.
4. Slow preheat.
5. The element operates correctly, but the indicator light
does not glow.
If the element does not heat:
1. Check to see if the indicator light is glowing. If the
indicator is not glowing remove the back panel of
the backguard and measure the voltage drop between
terminal L1 on the switch to neutral. If the meter
reads zero, the lock switch or the wiring to the lock
switch is open. If the meter reads line to neutral
voltage (120VAC) go to step 2.
2. Turn the switch on and measure the voltage drop
between terminal H1 on the switch and neutral. If
the meter read zero the switch is defective. If the
meter reads line to neutral voltage, the indicator light
or the wiring to the indicator light is defective. Correct
the indicator light problem and go to step 3.
L2
3. Remove the warmer drawer and measure the voltage
drop across the terminals of the element. If the meter
reads line to neutral voltage the element is defective.
If the meter reads zero go to step 4.
Diode
Low
Limit TH.
Indicator light
The warmer drawer circuit operates in two cycles:
Preheat and Hold.
Preheat or the first cycle is controlled by the low limit
thermostat which is set to open at about 200° F and
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4. Measure the voltage drop from each terminal of the
element to neutral. If the meter reads zero on both
terminals the wire from terminal H1 on the switch to
the element is open. If the meter reads line to neutral
voltage, check the wiring to the low limit thermostat,
the diode, and the cycling portion of the warmer
switch. If the wiring is good, the low limit thermostat
is defective, and either the diode or the switch is
also defective.
If the element heats during preheat, then stay off
until the temperature drops to about 130° F:
1. Check the diode and the cycling portion of the warmer
switch.
If the element does not cycle off:
1. Remove one wire from the low limit thermostat and
set the warmer switch to low. If the element cycles
after the drawer has warmed up the low limit is
defective, if it does not the warmer switch is defective.
It is also possible for a wire on the neutral side of the
element to be shorted to chassis.
If the warmer drawer is slow preheating:
1. Normal preheat time is around 15 minutes with the
drawer empty. Check the low limit thermostat. If
the contacts are open, replace the thermostat.
If the warmer drawer heats, but the indicator light
does not glow:
1. Check the indicator light and the wiring to the
indicator light. (Note: Indicator light does not cycle
with the element.)
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SECTION D - DISASSEMBLY AND
REPLACEMENT OF PARTS
1. Disconnect power from the range.
2. Remove the back panel from the backguard.
NOTE: To reinstall parts, reverse all procedures
Backguard
3. Mark and disconnect the wires from the infinite
switch.
To remove the backguard back panel:
4. Remove the knob by pulling straight off.
1. Disconnect power from range.
2. Remove six screws and lift the panel off.
Six backguard back panel screws
NOTE: Screws may be removed using either a 1/4” nut
driver or an S1 square drive.
Pull knob straight off
5. Remove the two phillips-head screws holding the
switch to the control panel.
Screw bits
To remove the infinite switches:
Infinite switches are used for the surface elements, warm
and serve zone, and the warming drawer (if equipped).
Removing two screws
6. Pull the switch from the back of the range.
Electronic Surface Controls
To remove the potentiometer:
1. Disconnect power from the range.
2. Remove the back panel from the backguard.
3. Unplug the three pin plug from the
potentiometer.
Backview of infinite switch
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To remove the user interface board:
1. Disconnect power from the range.
2. Remove the back panel from the backguard.
3. Disconnect the harness from the board and
unplug the ribbon from the potentiometers at
the potentiometer.
Backview of potentiometer
4. Squeeze the two plastic prongs holding the
board to the display window together and pull
back on the board.
4. Remove the knob by pulling straight off.
5. With a 1/2” wrench remove the holding nut by
turning it counterclockwise, and remove the
potentiometer from the rear.
Prongs
Backview of user interface board
To remove the display window:
1. Disconnect power from the range.
2. Remove the back panel from the backguard.
Removing 1/2” potentiometer nut
User Interface Board
3. Remove the user interface board.
4. Squeeze the sides of the display and push it
out the front.
The user interface board is made up of two boards. The
replacement board will come as one part and it will be
necessary to break the two boards apart along the perforated line. The board snaps into the display windows
and are spaced from the control panel by four rubber
pads around each display. These pads are stuck to the
display and can be removed and reattached.
Display window
User interface board showing rubber pads
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To remove the top element’s indicator light:
To remove the control panel:
1. Disconnect power from the range.
1. Disconnect power from the range.
2. Remove the back panel from the backguard.
2. Remove the back panel from the backguard.
3. Disconnect the wires from the light.
3. Remove the knobs.
4. Push in and down.
4. Disconnect the infinite switches or
potentiometer and user interface boards from
the control panel.
5. Disconnect the electronic oven control.
6. Disconnect the indicator light and the oven light
switch.
7. Remove two square drive screws from the back
top corners.
Indicator light
To remove the electronic oven control:
1. Disconnect power from the range.
2. Remove the back panel from the backguard.
3. Disconnect the wires and harness from the
control board.
Square drive corner screws
8. Remove two phillips screws, one in each
corner of lower front. Roll the bottom of the
control panel out and lift up.
4. Remove the four screws. (One from each
corner)
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Backview of electronic oven control
To remove the oven light switch:
1. Disconnect power from the range and remove
the back panel from the backguard.
2. Disconnect the wires from the switch,
squeeze the sides, and push up.
Front corner screw
To remove the end caps:
1. Disconnect power from the range.
2. Remove the back panel from the backguard.
3. Remove the four screws holding the control
panel to the end caps and lift it up.
Oven light switch
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Ranges with coil top elements:
4. Raise the front of the main top and disengage
the lift and lock rods.
7. Remove the two screws holding the end cap to the
splash guard and the side panel, and lift the end cap
up.
screws
Coil element top lift and lock rod
End cap screws
Smooth top ranges:
5. Open the oven door and remove the two phillips
screws holding the main top to the front frame.
To remove the splasher panel:
1. Disconnect power from the range.
2. Remove the back panel from the backguard.
Screws
3. Remove the four screws holding the control panel to
the end caps and lift it up.
Ranges with coil top elements:
Smoothtop main top screws
6. Remove two square drive screws from each main
top hinge and slide the top forward about 2 inches.
4. Remove the top elements, and unfasten the
terminal blocks from the main top by removing one
screw from each terminal block.
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Terminal block screw
5. Raise the front of the main top and disengage
the lift and lock rods.
Main top hinge screws
6. Remove the four hinge screws.
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7. Disconnect the wire tie from the rear of the main top
by squeezing the tabs of the rivet. Go to step 10.
11. Remove the three screws holding the oven vent cover
and remove the oven vent cover.
Vent cover
12 Remove the two screws holding the splasher panel
to the burner pan.
Wire tie
Smooth top ranges:
8. Open the oven door and remove the two phillips
screws holding the main top to the front frame and
raise the main top.
Two screws
9. Tag and disconnect all wires that come from the
backguard to the elements.
Splasher panel screws
Main Top Area:
To remove the main top with coil elements:
1. Disconnect power from the range.
2. Remove the back panel from the backguard.
3. Remove the top elements, and unfasten the
terminal blocks from the main top by removing one
screw from each terminal block.
Smoothtop element wiring
10. Pull the wires and terminal blocks out the back
of the range and go to step 11.
Terminal block screw
Hole in splasher panel
4. Remove the four hinge screws, two on each side.
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7. Pull the top forward and up.
To remove the main top on smooth top ranges:
1. Disconnect power from the range.
2. Remove the back panel from the backguard.
3. Open the oven door and remove the two phillips
screws holding the main top to the front frame and
raise the main top.
4. Remove the fill strip from the front edge of the main
top by removing three screws.
Hinge screws
5. Raise the front of the main top, disengage the lift
and lock rods, and pull the main top forward.
Three filler screws
5. Remove the screw from the ends of the element
support bar and allow the element to drop down.
Lift and lock rod
6. Disconnect the wire tie from the rear of the main top
by squeezing the tabs of the rivet.
Bar screw
6. Remove the four hinge screws, lift up on the
front of the main top and pull forward.
Wire tie
Hinge screws
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To remove the main top hinges:
Smooth top elements:
1. Disconnect power from the range.
1. Disconnect power from the range.
2. Remove the back panel from the backguard.
2. Open the oven door and remove the two phillips
screws holding the main top to the front frame and
raise the main top.
3. Remove the four hinge screws. (Two on each side).
3. Tag and disconnect wires from the element to be
removed.
4. Remove the two screws, one on each end, of the
element support bar.
5. The element is held to the support bar by 2 spring
load clips. With a pair of needlenose pliers squeeze
the tab on the spring mounting clip and push the
element away from the bar.
Hinge screws
Smooth top ranges:
4. Open the oven door and remove the two phillips
screws holding the main top to the front frame and
raise the main top. Go to step 6.
Coil element ranges:
5. Raise the front of the main top and disengage the lift
and lock rods.
6. Pull the top forward until the hinges have cleared the
backguard, then angle the top.
Mounting clips
6. The clips are held to the element by screws. When
replacing the element be sure to note the hole
number that the clip is attach to the old element.
7. Remove the two screws that hold the hinge to the
main top and slide it out the end.
Hinge screws
To remove the top elements:
Coil elements:
1. Lift the side of the element that is away from the
terminal block up about 1” and pull out.
Element and clips
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To remove and replace terminal blocks for coil
elements:
To remove burner pan (coil element ranges only):
1. Disconnect power from the range.
1. Disconnect power from the range.
2. Remove main top. (See main top removal)
2. Remove element and drip pan.
3. Unfasten the terminal block from the main top by
removing one screw.
3. Remove the oven vent by removing two screws
inside the oven holding the oven vent to the oven
liner.
Terminal block screw
4. The replacement terminal block will come as a kit.
The terminal block in the kit will have wires about 4”
long and wire nuts.
5. Pull the terminal block into the element opening and
cut and splice the wires.
Two oven vent screws
4. Remove the ten screws holding the burner pan to
the side panels and the back panel, and slide the
burner pan forward.
To remove the lift and lock rods:
1. Lift the top and disengage the lift and lock rod from
the side panel.
2. Remove the one screw holding the lift and lock rod
to the main top.
10 burner pan screws
Oven Door
To remove oven door seal:
1. The oven door seal is snapped to the inner door with
wire clips. To remove the seal pull up on the seal.
Door seal and clips
Lift and lock rod screw
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To remove oven door:
1. The oven door is held to the oven door hinges by two
screws. (One in each hinge.)
2. To remove the oven door remove the two screws.
Hinge cover
Door hinge removal:
NOTE: Left and right door hinges are separate
parts. They are not identical.
1. Remove the two screws holding the hinge to the
front frame.
Two screws
3. Close the door to the broil stop position and lift up.
Door hinge adjustment:
1. Each side of the door may be raised by
adjusting the screw in the end of each hinge.
Hinge screws
2. Collapse the hinge, push down and tip the bottom of
the hinge toward the back of the range.
3. When the top of the inner hinge goes below the
opening in the front frame, pull the hinge out.
Oven Door Disassembly
Adjustment screw
Removing the upper door trim:
Removal of the hinge opening cover:
1. Remove the oven door and lay it on a flat surface.
1. The top of the hinge opening cover is tabbed and is
slid behind the front frame. The bottom of the hinge
opening is held to the front frame by the top hinge
screw.
2. Remove the two screws holding the trim to the inner
liner.
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3. Slide the trim off the top of the door.
Wool shield:
1. Remove the center glass.
2. Remove the six screws, two at the bottom and two
on each side, holding the wool shield to the inner
liner and slide the wool shield up and off.
Trim screws
Door handle:
1. Remove upper door trim.
2. Remove the two screws holding the door handle to
the upper door trim.
Six wool shield screws
Handle screws
Outer door glass and trim:
Glass package and inner door liner:
1. Remove the wool shield. The glass package can
now be lifted out.
1. Remove upper door trim.
2. Remove the four screws at the bottom holding trim
to the inner door liner, and lift the glass and trim off.
2. With the glass package removed, the door seal,
insulation and the inner door remain.
Bottom screws
Center glass:
1. Remove the outer door glass and trim.
2. Remove the eight screws, four from each,
holding the top and bottom center glass trims.
Glass package and insulation
3. Remove the trims and lift the glass off.
Components inside the oven
NOTE: One side of both the bake and broil elements is
connected to Line 2. Never try to remove either the bake
or broil element without disconnecting power.
Bake element:
1. Disconnect power from the range.
Eight trim screws
2. Remove the two screws holding the bake element
to the oven liner.
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3. Pull the element into the oven and disconnect the
wires.
3. Hold the fan blade and remove the nut by turning
clockwise with a 1/2” wrench.
4. With the nut remove pull the fan blade off the shaft.
Bake element screws
Broil element:
1. Disconnect power from the range.
2. Remove the two screws holding the element to the
oven liner.
1/2” wrench
Convection assist element removal:
3. Remove the two element hangers by removing the
one screw from each and pull the element into the
oven.
1. Disconnect power from the range.
2. Remove the fan cover.
4. Disconnect the wires.
3. Remove the two screws holding the element to the
oven liner.
4. Pull the element into the oven and disconnect the
wires.
Broil element and hanger screws
Fan blade (convection/speed bake models):
1. Disconnect power from the range.
2. Remove the two screws holding the fan cover to the
oven liner and remove the cover.
Assist element screws
Oven vent (coil element models):
1. Remove the two screws holding the vent to the oven
liner and pull the vent into the oven.
Fan cover screws
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4. To remove the back half of the vent pull straight back.
Backview of oven vent
Oven vent (coil element models)
Oven vent (smooth top models):
1. Remove the backguard back panel and the range
back.
5. To remove the complete vent. Remove the two
screws inside the oven holding the vent to the oven
liner and pull the vent out the back.
2. Remove the vent cover by removing three screws.
Inside oven vent screws
Vent cover on smooth top models
6. When installing the vent, slide the vent back in place
and install the cover. Tighten the screw in the cover
down, then loosen the screw in the center of the
vent cover. This will help align the vent to the
opening in the oven and make it easier to install the
screws inside the oven to the vent.
Removing the oven light cover (self-clean models):
3. The oven vent is a two piece vent.
1. Unsnap the spring loaded wire and pull the cover off.
Cover wire
Oven vent pieces
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Door latch removal (self clean):
and push it into the range. Once the switch clears
the back panel the switch can be unhooked from
the rod, and the rod slid back into the range.
1. Disconnect power from the range.
2. Models with coil top element remove the burner pan.
(See burner pan removal.)
3. For smooth top models, open the oven door and
remove the two phillips screws holding the main top
to the front frame and raise the main top.
4. Remove the two screws and bumper holding the latch
to the front frame. Push the latch back into the
range and disconnect the latching rod.
Door switch
Components Mounted to the Back of the Range
Removing the back cover:
1. Disconnect power from the range.
Screws and bumper
NOTE: The screw inside the bumper is a square drive.
2. Remove eight screws, three on each side (6) and
two at the top center. Lift the back cover out of the
two tabs holding the cover at the bottom.
Latch rod
Door switch and rod removal (self-clean):
1. Disconnect power from the range.
2. Models with coil top element remove the burner
pan. (See burner pan removal.)
Eight screws
3. For smooth top models open the oven door and
remove the two phillips screws holding the main top
to the front frame and raise the main top.
Removing lock motor assembly:
4. Remove the backpanel from the backguard and
disconnect the wires from the door switch.
2. Mark and disconnect the wire from the assembly.
5. Squeeze the spring loaded tabs of the door switch
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1. Disconnect power and remove back panel.
3. Remove the three screws holding the assembly to
the range.
Three screws
Three screws
4. Pull back on the assembly. Lift the rod and tip the
front of the assembly down to release the rod.
5. If replacing the assembly be sure to transfer the
spacing tab from old assembly to the new.
C clip shown on shaft
Spacing tab
Removing convection and speed bake motor
assembly:
1. Disconnect power and remove back panel.
2. Remove fan blade inside oven. (See fan blade
removal.)
Tennamen nut
3. Mark and remove the wires from motor assembly.
4. Remove the three screws holding the assembly to
the back of the range.
Removing oven sensor:
1. Disconnect power and remove back panel.
5. Pull the motor shaft out the back of the range.
2. Unplug wires to the sensor.
6. The fan blade is spaced on the shaft by a C clip
and the cooling fan blade is held in place on the
shaft by a tennamen nut.
3. Remove the two screws holding the sensor to the
back of the range.
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Removing bodyside panels:
1. Disconnect power remove the back of the control
panel and the back panel.
2. Place a rug or padding under the range to protect
the floor.
3. Remove the backguard end cap on the side of the
range that the bodyside is being removed.
4. Remove the oven door and drawer.
Oven sensor mounting screws
5. Remove the six screws holding the bodyside panel
to the back of the range.
Removing oven light socket:
1. Disconnect power and remove back panel.
2. Remove oven light shield (self-clean models) and
disconnect the wires from the light socket. Squeeze
the spring loaded tabs on the sides of the socket
and push the socket into the oven.
Oven light socket
Six bodyside panel screws
Removing mother board:
6. Remove one screw in the back holding the bodyside
panel to bottom rail.
1. Disconnect power and remove back panel.
2. Mark and disconnect the wiresand unplug the
harnesses from the board.
3. The board is held to the back of the range by two
screws and four plastic rivets. Remove the two
screws and squeeze the ends of the plastic rivets
while pulling out on the board.
Bodyside bottom rail screw
7. Remove six screws from the front. It is not necessary
to remove the two short screws holding the heat
shield in the upper corner. But you do need to
transfer this to the replacement panel if the panel is
being replaced.
8. With one hand in the oven and the other in back lift
the side of range with the bodyside you are removing
and slide the bottom of the panel out.
Mother board mounting screws and rivets
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Front bodyside panel screws
Two screws on each side
Storage Drawer
Removing storage drawer glides:
Removing the storage drawer front panel:
There are four drawer glides mounted to the drawer, one
on each side in the front and one on each side in the
rear:
1. Remove two screws from the upper inside panel.
1. Press in on the locking tab and pull the glide from
the drawer.
Two inside screws
2. Remove two screws from the bottom edge of the
panel.
Locking tab
There are also two drawer glides mounted to the frame
of the range, one on each side in the front.
Two bottom edge screws
Removing inside drawer panel:
1. Remove four screws, two on each side holding the
inner panel to the drawer.
Drawer glide
1. To remove the glide it is necessary to get behind the
frame of the range.
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2. Remove the side heat shield by removing four screws
holding the shield to the frame and side panel. Turn
the front leveling leg almost out and slide the shield
back and out.
3. Reach behind the frame and release the glide.
Bottom wool shield screws
Removing the warmer drawer:
1. Pull the drawer out to the stop.
2. There is a latch on each of the drawer glides. Lift the
latch on the right side. Then push down on the latch
on the left side and pull the drawer the rest of the way
out.
Side heat shield screws
Removing the bottom heat shield:
1. Remove the three screws holding the heat shield to
the bottom wool shield, and allow the shield to drop
down.
Right side latch
Removing the warmer drawer side rail:
1. The side rail snaps to the side of the drawer. To
remove the rail, lift up on the rail.
Bottom heat shield screws
Removing bottom wool shield:
1. Remove the heat shield.
2. Remove the four screws, two in the front and two in
the back, holding the shield to the frame.
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Side rail
Removing drawer rail from range frame:
1. Remove the screw holding the rail to the frame and
pull forward on the rail.
Warmer drawer element screws
Rail screw
Removing warmer drawer low limit thermostat:
1. Disconnect power from range.
2. Remove wires from back of thermostat.
3. Remove the two screws holding the thermostat to
the bracket and pull the thermostat forward.
Warmer drawer thermostat screws
Removing the warmer drawer element:
1. Disconnect power from range.
2. Remove wires from the element.
3. Remove the two screws holding the element to the
bracket and the four screws holding the element to
the base. Pull the element forward out of the bracket.
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