Whirlpool FGS335E Q User manual

Whirlpool FGS335E Q User manual
SERVICE MANUAL
for the
FREESTANDING
SELF-CLEAN
GAS RANGE
July, 1996
Printed in U.S.A.
LIT 4321891
THIS MANUAL CONTAINS INFORMATION
NECESSARY FOR INSTALLING AND SERVICING
THE FOLLOWING FREESTANDING SELF-CLEAN
GAS RANGES, MODELS:
WHIRLPOOL
SF350BEE W
SF360BEE W/N
SF372BEE W/N
SF372BEE Q/Z
SF375PEE W/N
SF375PEE Q/Z
SF385PEE W/N
SF385PEE Q/Z
SF395LEE Q/Z/B
ROPER
FGS335E W/N
FGS335E Q
ESTATE
TGS325E W
THE MANUAL IS DESIGNED TO BE USED
ONLY BY QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
THE SERVICE INFORMATION IS ORGANIZED
TO HELP YOU EASILY FIND WHAT YOU NEED.
CHECK YOUR LOCAL BUILDING CODE FOR THE
PROPER MODE OF INSTALLATION. IN THE
ABSENCE OF LOCAL CODES, THIS UNIT
SHOULD BE INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH
THE NATIONAL STANDARD, NATIONAL FUEL
GAS CODE ANSI Z223.1 — LATEST EDITION*.
* National Gas Association
1515 Wilson Boulevard
Arlington, Virginia 22209
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Table of Contents
Page
Important Safety Information ........................................................................................................ v
Installation Highlights .......................................................................................................................1-1
Range Dimensions ......................................................................................................................1-1
Cabinet Dimensions ....................................................................................................................1-2
Tools & Material You Will Need ................................................................................................1-3
Electrical Supply Requirements ................................................................................................1-4
Gas Supply Requirements .........................................................................................................1-6
Installing The Range ...................................................................................................................1-7
Converting The Pressure Regulator & Maintop Burners For L.P. Gas ............................. 1-10
Checking The Maintop Burner Operation ............................................................................. 1-13
Adjusting The Air Shutters .................................................................................................. 1-14
Converting The Oven Burners For L.P. Gas ........................................................................ 1-15
Checking the Oven Burner Operation ................................................................................... 1-16
Removing/Reinstalling The Oven Door ................................................................................. 1-20
Theory Of Operation .........................................................................................................................2-1
Component Access ...........................................................................................................................3-1
Removing The Maintop—Sealed Burner Models ....................................................................3-2
Removing The Maintop—Conventional Burner Models ......................................................... 3-4
Removing A Sealed Burner & A Venturi .................................................................................. 3-5
Removing A Conventional Burner .............................................................................................3-6
Removing A Spark Ignitor Switch & Gas Valve ......................................................................3-7
Removing The Ignitor Module & A Burner Ignitor—Sealed Burner Models ........................ 3-8
Removing The Ignitor Module & A Burner Ignitor—Conventional Burner Models .......... 3-10
Removing The Oven Door Latch & Actuator Rod—Sealed Burner Models ..................... 3-12
Removing The Oven Door Latch & Actuator Rod—Conventional Burner Models .......... 3-14
Removing The Latch Sensing Switches, The Door Latch Solenoid,
& The Mechanical Latch ....................................................................................................... 3-16
Removing The Upper Console ................................................................................................ 3-18
Removing The Electronic Oven Control ................................................................................ 3-20
Removing An Oven Light Switch ............................................................................................ 3-21
Removing The Gas Safety Valve & Pressure Regulator .................................................... 3-22
Removing The Bake Burner & Ignitor .................................................................................... 3-23
Removing The Broil Burner & Ignitor ..................................................................................... 3-24
Removing The Oven Temperature Sensor ........................................................................... 3-25
Removing A Side Panel ........................................................................................................... 3-26
Removing An Oven Light Socket ........................................................................................... 3-28
Removing The Oven Door Gasket ......................................................................................... 3-29
Removing The Oven Door Handle, Top Trim, & Outer Door Glass .................................. 3-30
Removing A Hinge Assembly .................................................................................................. 3-31
Removing The Inner Door Glass ............................................................................................ 3-33
Removing The Storage Drawer Glides .................................................................................. 3-34
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Component Description & Testing ..................................................................................................4-1
Troubleshooting ...........................................................................................................................4-1
Troubleshooting Chart ......................................................................................................... 4-11
Oven Temperature Calibration ............................................................................................... 4-13
Error Codes ............................................................................................................................... 4-13
Tech Tips ............................................................................................................................................5-1
Wiring Diagram 1 .........................................................................................................................5-1
Wiring Diagram 2 .........................................................................................................................5-2
Strip Circuits .................................................................................................................................5-3
Specifications ...............................................................................................................................5-5
Model And Serial Number Explanation ................................................................................. 5-20
Warranty .................................................................................................................................... 5-21
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
This service manual is intended for factory-service
technicians only. We recommend that customers
DO NOT service their own units, because of the
complexity and risk of high-voltage electrical shock.
WARNING
Fire Hazard
The following information is used throughout this
manual, and should be read carefully.
Do not obstruct the flow of combustion and
ventilation air.
NOTE
Electrical Shock Hazard
It is the customer’s responsibility to:
•
•
Helpful information that explains a more complicated step, prior to carrying it out .
CAUTION
Contact a qualified electrical installer.
Assure that electrical installation is adequate
and in conformance with the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70—latest edition*,
and all local codes and ordinances.
Failure to do so could result in fire, electrical
shock, or other personal injury.
Information that will help you avoid actions
that could cause product damage (scratches,
dents, etc.) and damage to personal property.
Take special care when drilling holes into the
wall for venting or electrical wiring. Electrical
wires may be concealed behind the wall covering.
WARNING
Failure to do so could result in fire, electrical
shock, or other personal injury.
Information that alerts you to potentially dangerous conditions. These conditions can
cause serious personal injury (burns, fire and
electrical shock, etc.) if the suggested procedures are not observed.
* National Fire Protection Association
Batterymarch Park
Quincy, Massachusetts 02269
WHIRLPOOL CORPORATION ASSUMES NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY REPAIRS MADE ON
OUR PRODUCTS BY ANYONE OTHER THAN
AUTHORIZED WHIRLPOOL SM SERVICE TECHNICIANS.
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WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock,
injury to persons, or damage when using
the range, follow these basic precautions:
1.
Read all instructions before using the
range.
2.
Install or locate the range only in accordance with the provided installation instructions. It is recommended that the
range be installed by a qualified installer.
The range must be properly connected to
the correct gas supply and checked for
leaks. The range must also be properly
connected to a grounded electrical supply.
3.
Gas fuels and combustion can result in
potential exposure to chemicals known to
cause cancer or reproductive harm. For
example, benzene is a chemical which is
a part of the gas supplied to the range. It
is consumed in the flame during combustion. However, exposure to a small amount
of benzene is possible if a gas leak occurs. Formaldehyde and soot are by-products of incomplete combustion. Properly
adjusted burners with a bluish rather than
a yellow flame will minimize incomplete
combustion.
4.
Do not use the range for heating the room.
Persons could be burned or injured, or a
fire could start.
5.
Do not leave children alone or unattended
in area where the range is in use. They
should never be allowed to sit or stand on
any part of the range. They could be
burned or injured.
6.
7.
Do not wear loose or hanging garments
when using the range. Clothing could ignite if it touches a surface burner and you
could be burned.
Do not repair or replace any part of the
range unless specifically recommended
in this manual. All other servicing should
be referred to a qualified technician.
8.
Do not operate the range if it is not working properly, or if it has been damaged or
dropped.
9.
Know where your main gas shut off valve
is located.
10. Clean your range regularly. See “Care
and Cleaning” instructions that are included with the range.
11. Use the range only for its intended use as
described in this manual.
12. Do not store flammable materials on or
near the range. They could explode or
burn.
13. Do not use water on grease fires. Never
pick up a flaming pan. Smother flaming
pan on range by covering with a wellfitting lid, cookie sheet or flat tray. Flaming grease outside of pan can be extinguished with baking soda, or if available,
a multipurpose dry chemical or foam-type
extinguisher.
14. Use only dry potholders. Moist or damp
potholders on hot surfaces may result in
burns from steam. Do not let potholder
touch an open flame. Do not use a towel
or bulky cloth for a potholder. It could
catch on fire.
15. Make sure the utensils you use are large
enough to contain food and avoid boilovers
and spillovers. Heavy splattering or
spillovers left on a range can ignite and
burn you. Pan size is especially important
in deep fat frying.
16. Never leave burners unattended at high
flame settings. A boilover could result
and cause smoking and greasy spillovers
that may ignite.
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17. Grease is flammable and should be
handled carefully. Let fat cool before attempting to handle it. Do not allow grease
to collect around range or in vents. Wipe
spillovers immediately.
21. Do not use decorative covers or trivets
over the surface burners.
18. Check to be sure glass cooking utensils
are safe for use on the range. Only certain
types of glass, glass-ceramic, earthenware or other glazed utensils are suitable
for ranges. Other types may break due to
the sudden change in temperature.
23. Do not touch hot burners or areas near
burners. Areas near burners become hot
enough to cause burns. During use, do
not touch or let clothing or other flammable materials contact burners, or areas near burners.
19. Turn pan handles inward, but not over
other burners. This will help reduce the
chance of burns, igniting of flammable
materials, and spills due to bumping the
pan.
24. Do not block the ventilation.
20. Do not heat unopened containers. They
could explode. The hot contents could
cause burns and container particles could
cause injury.
26. Make sure the burners are off when you
are finished, and when you are not watching.
22. Do not store things children might want
above the range. Children could be burned
or injured while climbing on range.
25. Never use a match or other flame to look
for a gas leak. Explosion and injury could
result.
27. Be sure all range parts are cool before
cleaning.
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INSTALLATION HIGHLIGHTS
RANGE DIMENSIONS
GENERAL
ALL OPENINGS IN THE WALL OR FLOOR ARE
TO BE SEALED AFTER THE RANGE IS INSTALLED.
Proper installation is your responsibility. A qualified technician must install this range. Make sure
you have everything necessary for correct installation. It is the responsibility of the installer to comply
with the installation clearances specified on the
oven model/serial rating plate. This plate is located
on the frame behind the storage door panel. IMPORTANT: Be sure to observe all governing codes
and ordinances. In the absence of local codes,
installation must conform with American National
Standard, National Fuel Gas Code ANSI Z223.1 —
latest edition*.
MOBILE HOME INSTALLATION
The installation of this range must conform with the
Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standard, Title 24 CFR, Part 3280 (formerly the Federal
Standard for Mobile Home Construction and Safety,
Title 24, HUD, Part 280), or when such standard is
not applicable, the Standard for Manufactured
Home Installations, ANSI A225.1/NFPA 510A, or
with local codes.
When this range is installed in a mobile home, it
must be secured to the floor during transit. Any
method of securing the range is adequate as long
as it conforms to the standards listed above.
* American Gas Association
1515 Wilson Boulevard
Arlington, Virginia 22209
The dimensions of the range are shown below.
Check the location where the range will be installed. The location should be away from strong
draft areas, such as windows, doors, and strong
heating vents or fans. The range should be located
for convenient use in the kitchen.
Copies of standards listed may be obtained from:
National Fire Protection Association
Batterymarch Park
Quincy, Massachusetts 02269
46-7/8"
overall
height
27-1/8" depth
with handle
36"
cooktop
height
24-13/16"
29-7/8" width
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CABINET DIMENSIONS
Clearance Note: A clearance of 30" minimum is
required when the bottom of a wood or metal
cabinet is protected by not less than 1/4" of flameretardant millboard covered with not less than #28
MSG sheet steel, 0.015" stainless steel, 0.024"
aluminum, or 0.020" copper. A minimum clearance
of 36" between the top of the cooking platform and
the bottom of an unprotected wood or metal cabinet is required.
Use only the cabinet opening dimensions that are
shown below. The dimensions shown are for minimum clearances.
A grounded electrical outlet is required (see page
1-4).
A proper gas supply connection must be available
(see page 1-6).
13"
max. upper
cabinet depth
30" min.
cabinet opening width
Refer to
“Clearance
Note” above.
30-1/ 8" min.
opening width
18" min.
clearance upper
cabinet to
countertop
2" minimum
countertop
space to side
wall or other
combustible
material
Contact a qualified
floor covering installer
to check that the floor
covering can withstand
at least 90˚F above
room temperature.
Use an insulated
pad, or 1/4" plywood
under the range if
installing the range
over carpeting.
Do not seal the range to
the side cabinets.
If the cabinet depth
is greater than 24", the
oven frame must extend
beyond the cabinet
front by 1/2" minimum.
8"
17"
8"
4-1/2"
17"
2"
2"
4-1/2"
The Anti-Tip bracket MUST be
installed. (See page 1-7 for
details.)
This shaded area shown in the illustration is the recommended area for
installation of rigid gas pipe.
Flexible gas pipe and an electrical
outlet are recommended in either
shaded area.
Do not pinch the power cord between the range and the wall when
you push the range into its mounting location.
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TOOLS & MATERIAL YOU WILL NEED
TOOLS
ILLUSTRATIONS
Standard (flat-bladed) screwdriver
Phillips screwdriver
Robertson (S2) screwdriver
Torx (T10 & T20) screwdrivers
Spirit level
Pipe wrench
Channel lock pliers
Measuring tape
3
/8" ratchet drive
Hand or electric drill
1
/8" wood drill bit or 3/16" carbide-tipped
masonry drill bit
15
spirit level
3/8" ratchet
drive
flat-blade
screwdriver
wood floor:
1/8" drill bit
concrete/ceramic floors:
3/16" carbide-tipped
masonry drill bit
Phillips
screwdriver
tape measure
or ruler
channel lock
pliers
15/16", 1/2" and
3/8" combination
wrench
/16" , 1/2", & 3/8" combination wrench
Mirror
Safety glasses
mirror
Gloves
gloves
ADDITIONAL MATERIAL
Gas line shutoff valve
safety glasses
1
/2" male pipe thread for connection to pressure
regulator
hand or
electric drill
L.P. gas-resistant pipe-joint compound
pipe wrench
A.G.A. design-certified flexible metal connector
(4 to 5 feet), or rigid gas supply line
Insulated pad or 1/4" plywood, if range is installed
over carpeting
PARTS SUPPLIED
PLASTIC
ANCHORS
1 Anti-tip bracket
2 Plastic anchors
2 Screws (#10 x 1- 1/2" ) NOTE: The thickness of the flooring may require longer
screws. These are available at your local
hardware store.
ANTI-TIP BRACKET
1-3
#10 X 1-1/2" SCREWS
ELECTRICAL SUPPLY REQUIREMENTS
The following information applies to the gas range
wiring:
WARNING
•
A 3-wire, single phase, 120-volt, 60 Hz, AConly electrical supply is required on a separate 10-ampere circuit, fused on both sides of
the line. A time-delay fuse, or circuit breaker,
is recommended. The fuse must be sized as
per local codes in accordance with the electrical rating of the appliance specified on the
model/serial rating plate, which is located on
the frame behind the storage door panel.
•
The gas range must be connected with copper wire only.
•
Wire sizes and connections must conform to
the requirements of the National Electrical
Code, ANSI/NFPA 70—latest edition*, and all
local codes and ordinances. Wire sizes and
connections must conform with the rating of
the appliance. Copies of the standards listed
above may be obtained from:
Electrical Shock Hazard
An electrical ground is required on this appliance.
If a cold water pipe is interrupted by plastic,
nonmetallic gaskets, or other insulating materials, do not use for grounding.
Do not ground to a gas pipe.
Do not change the power supply cord plug. If the
plug will not fit the outlet, have a proper outlet
installed by a qualified electrician.
Do not use a fuse in the neutral or grounding
circuit. It could result in an electrical shock.
Do not use an extension cord with this range.
Check with a qualified electrician if you are in
doubt as to whether the appliance is properly
grounded.
* National Fire Protection Association
Batterymarch Park
Quincy, Massachusetts 02269
Failure to follow these instructions could result in
serious injury or death.
Equipment & Property Damage
•
The gas range should be connected directly
to the fused disconnect (or circuit breaker)
through flexible, armored, or nonmetallic
sheathed, copper cable. The flexible, armored
cable that extends from the appliance should
be connected directly to the junction box.
•
Locate the junction box to allow as much slack
as possible between the junction box and the
appliance so that the appliance can be moved
if servicing is ever necessary. Do not cut the
conduit.
•
A U.L.-listed, 1/2" conduit connector must be
provided at the junction box.
•
A wiring diagram is located in the “Tech Tips”
(Section 5) of this manual.
Use a separate power line for this gas range,
and make sure that you connect it to the proper
voltage source. Failure to do so could result in
improper operation, equipment, or property damage.
GENERAL
If codes permit, and a separate grounding wire is
used, it is recommended that a qualified electrician
determine that the grounding path is adequate.
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Once you are sure that the plug is polarized properly, perform the next step.
WARNING
2.
Personal Injury/Fire Hazard
Do not, under any circumstances, cut or remove the grounding prong from the range cord.
Failure to provide proper polarization may cause
shock and fire hazard.
Connect the power cord plug on the gas range
to a 120-volt AC receptacle that is on a separately fused line.
3-PRONG
GROUNDINGTYPE WALL
RECEPTACLE
3-PRONG
GROUNDING PLUG
ELECTRONIC IGNITION SYSTEM
When connecting an appliance that has an electronic ignition system to a 120-volt AC receptacle, it
is very important that the receptacle wiring is correctly polarized and properly grounded. If the plug is
not polarized properly, the ignitor module will not
operate correctly.
1.
POWER SUPPLY
CORD
The 120-volt AC receptacle should use 3wires, and be polarized with two plug slots
and a round grounding pin. Proper wiring for
this type of receptacle is as follows:
a) The white wire is connected to the neutral
side of the plug.
b) The black wire is connected to the hot
(120-volt ac) side of the plug.
c) The green, or bare wire is connected to
the round grounding pin of the plug.
3-WIRE
AC RECEPTACLE
WHITE
BLACK
GREEN
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GROUNDING PRONG
GAS SUPPLY REQUIREMENTS
This range is factory set for use with natural gas. It
is designed-certified by the American Gas Association (A.G.A.) for natural or L.P. gases with the
appropriate conversion. The model/serial rating
plate has information on the type of gas that can be
used. If the type of gas listed does not agree with
the type of gas available, check with the local gas
supplier. Conversion must be done by a qualified
service technician.
WARNING
Fire Hazard
The gas appliance must be connected to a
regulated gas supply.
Do not use an open flame to test for gas leaks
from gas connections.
New A.G.A.-designed and certified flexible gas
line should be used, when codes permit.
A rigid, 3/4" gas supply pipe, must be provided for
both natural and L.P. gas at the gas range installation location. Long lengths of smaller size pipe may
result in an insufficient supply of gas to the range.
Pipe-joint compounds, made for use with natural
and L.P. gas, must be used.
Do not store or use gasoline, or any other
flammable vapors and liquids, in the vicinity of
this, or any other appliance.
If you smell gas:
• Do not light any appliance.
• Do not operate any electrical switches.
• Do not use the telephone.
• Call the gas supplier immediately from a
neighbor’s telephone, and follow the gas
supplier’s instructions carefully.
If local codes and ordinances permit, new A.G.A.approved, flexible metal tubing can be used for
connecting the appliance to the gas supply line. Do
not kink or damage the flexible tubing when moving
the appliance. A 3/4" male pipe thread is needed for
connecting to the female pipe threads of the pressure-regulator.
• If you cannot reach the gas supplier, call the
fire department.
Failure to follow these instructions could result in
fire, explosion, or other personal injury.
GENERAL
This installation must conform with local codes and
ordinances. In the absence of local codes, installation must conform with the American National
Standard, National Fuel Gas Code ANSI Z223.1—
latest edition.*
The supply line must be equipped with an approved shutoff valve. This valve should be located
in the same room as the appliance, and should be
in a location that allows easy access to turn the gas
supply on and off. Do not block the access to the
shutoff valve. Never reuse an old connector
when installing a new range.
Copies of the standards listed above may be obtained from:
* American Gas Association
1515 Wilson Boulevard
Arlington, Virginia 22209
Input ratings shown on the model/serial rating plate
(located on the frame behind the storage door
panel) are for elevations up to 2,000 feet. For
elevations above 2,000 feet, contact the local service company.
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INSTALLING THE RANGE
WARNING
5.
Remove the cardboard shipping base from
under the range.
6.
Remove the storage drawer from the range.
Electrical Shock Hazard
7.
Using a 3/8" drive ratchet, lower the rear leveling legs 1/2 -turn.
Take special care when drilling holes in the
floor or wall. Electrical wires may be behind the
wall or floor covering and could cause an
electrical shock if you touch them.
front leveling leg
Locate the electrical circuits that could be affected by the installation of the anti-tip bracket
and turn off power to these circuits.
Personal Injury Hazard
rear leveling leg
To reduce the risk of tipping of the range, the
range must be secured by a properly installed
floor-mounted anti-tip bracket, supplied with
the range.
If range is moved to a new location, the anti-tip
bracket must be reinstalled in the new location.
Because of the weight and size of this range,
two or more people are required to move it.
8.
Use channel lock pliers and lower the front
leveling legs 1/2 -turn.
9.
Carefully move the range to its final operating
location. Make sure that the rear leveling leg
is engaged in the anti-tip bracket .
Do not use the handle for lifting.
Failure to follow these instructions could result
in injury.
INSTALLING THE ANTI-TIP
BRACKET
1.
Use safety glasses and gloves to install the
range.
2.
Remove the oven racks and parts package
from inside the oven. Also remove all shipping
materials, tape, and protective film from the
range.
3.
Slide a cardboard shipping base under the
range to prevent damage to the floor covering.
4.
Use the anti-tip bracket template/instruction
sheet, and install the anti-tip bracket. The
anti-tip bracket must be anchored securely to
the sub floor. Depending on the thickness of
the flooring, longer screws may be needed to
anchor the bracket to the sub floor.
slide leg in anti-tip bracket
10. If you are installing the range in a mobile
home, secure the range to the floor. Use a
method that complies with the standards in
the “Mobile Home Installation” instructions on
page 1-1.
11. Place the racks in the oven, then place a level
on a rack, and check to make sure that the
range is level. Readjust the legs, as necessary. NOTE: For proper baking conditions,
the range must be level.
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WARNING
pressure regulator
Fire Hazard
When you make gas line connections, especially to the pressure regulator, do not make the
connections too tight. If you do, you may crack
the regulator (or pipe) and cause a gas leak,
which could result in a possible fire, or explosion.
90˚ elbow
adapter
flexible line
adapter
INSTALLING THE GAS LINE
gas shutoff valve
The following procedure is for a typical gas line
installation and its associated components to the
gas range. Use pipe-joint compound that is made
for use with natural and L.P. gas to seal all of the
connections. Tighten all of the connections with an
adjustable (pipe) wrench.
1.
Turn all of the range knobs to OFF.
2.
Remove the storage drawer so you can access the regulator.
3.
Remove the plastic dust cap from the inlet of
the pressure regulator.
4.
Assemble the rigid or flexible gas line between the gas supply pipe and the pressure
regulator. Typical installations are shown in
the following two illustrations. Use pipe-joint
compound that is made for L.P. gas to seal the
connections.
1/2" to 3/4"
gas pipe
A Typical Flexible Gas Line
pressure regulator
90˚ elbow
90˚ elbow
nipple
union
iron pipe
union
nipple
gas shutoff
valve
1/2" to 3/4"
gas pipe
A Typical Rigid Gas Line
1-8
5.
Use a 15/16" combination wrench and channel
lock pliers and tighten all of the fittings securely.
6.
Seal all of the openings in the floor or wall
around the range installation.
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CHECKING THE PRESSURE
REGULATOR
CHECKING FOR LEAKS
WARNING
The pressure regulator must be checked at a
minimum 1" water column above the set pressure.
The inlet pressure to the regulator should be set as
follows:
Fire Hazard
Turn off the main gas supply before you try to
stop a leak.
a) Set the minimum pressure using natural
gas @ 5" and for L.P. gas @ 11".
Be sure that all leaks are stopped before lighting
pilots or burners.
b) Set the maximum pressure at 14".
For testing the line pressure above 1/2 psi with a
pressure gauge:
Do not use an open flame to test for gas leaks.
Failure to follow these instructions could result in
a possible fire, or explosion.
1.
a) Disconnect the appliance and its individual
shutoff valve from the gas supply when the
pressures are greater than 1/2 psi (3.5 kPa).
Make sure that no open flame is present, then
open the gas line shutoff valve and the regulator shutoff valve.
For testing the line pressure @ 1/2 psi or lower with
a pressure gauge:
a) Close the gas supply shutoff valve to the
appliance when the pressures are equal to,
or less than 1/2 psi (3.5 kPa).
NOTE: If you are converting the range for L.P. gas,
proceed to the next page. If not, proceed to “Checking The Maintop Burner Operation” on page 1-13.
regulator shutoff valve
to “open” position
open gas line
shutoff valve
to range
gas supply
2.
Turn one of the burner gas valves on until the
air in the line is expelled and gas begins to
flow out the burner, then turn the valve off.
3.
Use a brush and liquid detergent and check all
the connections for possible leaks. If bubbling
occurs around the joint, tighten the connection further until the bubbling just stops. Do
not overtighten the connection.
1-9
CONVERTING THE PRESSURE REGULATOR &
MAINTOP BURNERS FOR L.P. GAS
THE PRESSURE REGULATOR
WARNING
1.
Remove the storage drawer from the range.
2.
Remove the plastic cover from the pressure
regulator.
3.
Use a wrench, and turn the cap marked “N” on
the front of the pressure regulator counterclockwise, and remove it. NOTE: Do not disturb the spring under the cap.
4.
Turn the cap over so that the letters L.P. are
visible and reinstall it into the regulator.
5.
Reinstall the plastic cover on the pressure
regulator.
Personal Injury Hazard
Do not operate the burners of this range when
using L.P. (bottled) gas before converting the
pressure regulator, burner orifices, and oven
pilot adjustment screw (if applicable), for L.P.
gas usage.
Failure to follow these instructions could result
in high flames and toxic fumes, causing serious
injury.
Pressure Regulator
Fire Hazard
Shut off the gas supply line valve.
Make all conversions before turning gas supply
valve back on.
Failure to follow these instructions could result
in explosion, fire, or other injury.
Natural Gas
Conversions to the pressure regulator and burner
orifices for L.P. gas usage must be done by a
qualified service technician. Do not remove the
regulator to convert it.
Pressure Regulator
L.P. Gas
To convert the regulator from natural to L.P. gas,
use the following procedure:
cap
washer
Natural Gas
1-10
L.P. Gas
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4.
SEALED BURNERS
1.
Remove the grates and burner caps from the
burners.
2.
Remove the screws from each of the four
burners.
Push the front of the maintop to the right while
lifting the right corner and unclip it, then push
to the left and unclip the left corner. Lift the
front of the maintop and prop it up.
SCREW
BURNER
MAINTOP
3.
PUSH TO
SIDE AND
LIFT TO
UNCLIP
Lift each burner off the venturi and burner
ignitor.
MAINTOP
CLIP
BURNER
SIDE PANEL
BURNER
IGNITOR
5.
VENTURI
Remove the left and right venturi from the
burner box.
LEFT VENTURI
MAINTOP
RIGHT VENTURI
1-11
6.
Removing one orifice spud at a time, use a
/8" combination wrench, and replace the four
color-coded natural gas orifice spuds with the
same color L.P. gas orifice spuds. NOTE:
When you are finished, place the natural gas
orifice spuds in a plastic bag, and store them
in a safe place for possible future use. Also,
keep the literature that was supplied with the
orifice spuds, in the same bag.
3.
3
Remove the four burners from the burner
support bracket and from over the gas valves.
NOTE: If installed, remove the shipping screws
from the burners before you remove them.
burner shipping
screw
Remove and
replace the
orifice spuds
with the same
color spuds.
orifice spuds
burner
notches
gas valve
#70
black
#65
brass
gas
manifold
L.R.
L. F.
7,500 BTU 8,500 BTU
#65
brass
#68
nickel
R. F.
R.R.
8,500 BTU 6,500 BTU
4.
Removing one orifice spud at a time, use a
/8" combination wrench, and replace the natural gas orifice spuds with the L.P. gas orifice
spuds. NOTE: When you are finished, place
the natural gas orifice spuds in a plastic bag,
and store them in a safe place for possible
future use. Also, keep the literature that was
supplied with the orifice spuds, in the same
bag.
3
7.
Reassemble the range.
CONVENTIONAL BURNERS
1.
Remove the grates from the burners.
2.
Lift the maintop until the support rods lock .
orifice spuds
Remove and
replace the
orifice spuds.
notches
brass
brass
brass
brass
gas manifold
L.R.
L. F.
9,500 BTU 9,500 BTU
5.
1-12
R. F.
R.R.
9,500 BTU 9,500 BTU
Reassemble the range.
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CHECKING THE MAINTOP BURNER OPERATION
1.
Install the maintop burner caps on the burners.
LO F LAME SETTING
ADJUSTMENT (SOME MODELS)
2.
If not already done, turn on the gas and
electrical supplies to the range.
3.
Push and turn each of the maintop burner
knobs to the LITE position. You should hear a
snapping sound as the burner ignitors spark.
The gas at each burner should ignite after
approximately 4-seconds. When this occurs,
turn the knob to the HI setting. NOTE: Do not
leave the knob in the LITE position after the
burner lights, otherwise the ignitors will continue to spark.
Some gas ranges have a low flame burner adjustment, located inside the shaft of each gas valve
(see the illustration below). To adjust the flame:
4.
5.
Check the maintop burners for the proper
flame. The small inner cone should have a
very distinct blue flame that is approximately
5
/8" long. The outer cone will not be as distinct
as the inner cone. If the flame is noisy or is
blowing, there is too much air during combustion. If the flame is soft and not high enough,
there is not enough air. If either of these
conditions occur, adjust the air shutters, as
shown on the next page.
Turn the maintop burners off.
1-13
1.
Turn the gas valve knob to its LOW, or SIMMER setting, and remove the control knob.
2.
Adjust the screw inside the gas valve stem so
that the flame size is as small as possible
without going out when the valve is turned
quickly from the LITE position to WARM position.
3.
Turn off the burners and reinstall the knob.
Adjusting The Air Shutters
SEALED BURNERS
CONVENTIONAL BURNERS
1.
Lift the maintop and prop it up (see page 1-11
for the procedure).
1.
Lift the maintop until the support rods lock.
2.
Remove the control knobs.
3.
Open the oven door and remove the three
screws from the bottom of the manifold panel,
then pull down slightly on the panel, and pull
it away from the range.
2.
Adjust the air shutter openings, as needed.
Close the air shutter to decrease the amount
of air to the flame. Open the air shutter to
increase the amount of air to the flame.
MANIFOLD PANEL
KNOB
SCREWS
4.
Use a screwdriver blade, and adjust the air
shutter, as needed. Close the air shutter to
decrease the amount of air to the flame. Open
the air shutter to increase the amount of air to
the flame.
air shutter
venturi air shutter
3.
5.
Replace the manifold panel and control knobs
and lower the maintop.
1-14
Lower the maintop.
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CONVERTING THE OVEN BURNERS FOR L.P. GAS
THE BAKE BURNER
THE BROIL BURNER
1.
Remove the oven racks.
1.
Remove the oven racks.
2.
Remove the two screws from the oven floor
and remove the floor.
2.
Remove the two screws (shown in the illustration) from the broil burner and lift the burner
off the orifice hood.
broil burner
screw
screws
screw
3.
Remove the screws from the heat shield over
the bake burner and remove the shield.
orifice hood
pin
Natural gas
increases
flame size in
this direction
heat shield
3.
screws
4.
1
Use a /2" combination wrench and turn the
orifice hood at the base of the bake burner
clockwise until it is just snug (approximately
2-1/2 turns). NO NOT OVERTIGHTEN THE
HOOD.
orifice hood
pin
Natural gas
increases
flame size in
this direction
bake burner
hood
L.P. gas
decreases flame
size in this direction
1-15
hood
L.P. gas
decreases flame
size in this direction
Use a 1/2" combination wrench and turn the
orifice hood at the base of the broil burner
clockwise until it is just snug (approximately
2-1/2 turns). NO NOT OVERTIGHTEN THE
HOOD.
CHECKING THE OVEN BURNER OPERATION
THE BAKE BURNER
5.
Check the flame coming from the burner bar.
If the flame is noisy, or is blowing away from
the bar, there is too much air during combustion. If the flame is soft and not high enough,
there is not enough air. If either of these
conditions occur, proceed to the next step.
6.
With the burner lit, loosen the locking screw,
and adjust the venturi air shutter opening for
the best flame, then retighten the locking
screw.
NOTE: The bake burner may be controlled by a
knob, or an electronic keypad. Refer to the oven
control that is used on the range you are testing.
Control Knob
1.
Remove the oven racks.
2.
Remove the two screws from the oven floor
and remove the floor.
screws
3.
Remove the screws from the heat shield over
the bake burner and remove the shield.
bake burner
venturi
locking screw
heat shield
air shutter
oven base
7.
screws
4.
Push and turn the oven selector control knob
for a setting of 350˚F. The oven burner should
light in 50- to 60-seconds (the delay is due to
the time it takes for the gas valve to open and
the gas to flow to the burner).
1-16
gas orifice
Turn the oven control knob to OFF. When the
oven cools, reinstall the heat shield, the oven
floor, and the oven racks.
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Electronic Oven Control 1
Electronic Oven Control 2
1.
1.
•
•
•
Press the BAKE keypad.
•
•
•
2.
The BAKE indicator will light.
350 will appear in the display.
The START? indicator will begin to flash
after 5-seconds.
Press the START/ENTER keypad.
2.
4.
The BAKE indicator will light.
350 will appear in the display.
The START? indicator will begin to flash
after 5-seconds (Control D only).
Press the START/ENTER keypad.
•
•
•
•
3.
Press the BAKE keypad.
The PREHEAT or HEAT and ON indicators will appear. NOTE: The PREHEAT
indicator light will not be displayed if the
oven temperature is over 170˚F.
• The display will show the automatic countdown time (10-minutes) needed to preheat the oven for the selected temperature.
• The oven burner should light in 50- to 60seconds (the delay is due to the time it
takes for the gas valve to open and the gas
to flow to the burner).
• After preheat, the PREHEAT indicator light
will go out (Control A only).
• A 1-second tone will sound.
• The countdown timer will change to 350.
Open the storage drawer and check the flame
coming from the burner bar. If the flame is
noisy, or is blowing away from the bar, there
is too much air during combustion. If the flame
is soft and not high enough, there is not
enough air. If either of these conditions occur,
refer to step 6 on page 1-16.
3.
4.
Press the OFF/CANCEL keypad.
1-17
PrE and 10:00 will appear.
The HEAT and ON indicators will light.
The oven burner should light in 50- to 60seconds (the delay is due to the time it
takes for the gas valve to open and the gas
to flow to the burner).
• The oven is preheated when the time in
the display counts down to 0:00.
• A 1-second tone will sound.
• PrE will change to 350.
Open the storage drawer and check the flame
coming from the burner bar. If the flame is
noisy, or is blowing away from the bar, there
is too much air during combustion. If the flame
is soft and not high enough, there is not
enough air. If either of these conditions occur,
refer to step 6 on page 1-16.
Press the OFF/CANCEL keypad.
THE BROIL BURNER
3.
NOTE: The broil burner may be controlled by a
knob, or an electronic keypad. Refer to the oven
control that is used on the range you are testing.
With the burner lit, loosen the locking screw,
and adjust the air shutter opening for the best
flame, then retighten the locking screw.
Control Knob
1.
Push and turn the oven selector control knob
to BROIL. The broil burner should light in 50to 60-seconds (the delay is due to the time it
takes for the gas valve to open and the gas to
flow to the burner).
air shutter
2.
Check the flame coming from the broil burner
bar. If the flame is noisy, or is blowing away
from the bar, there is too much air during
combustion. If the flame is soft and not high
enough, there is not enough air. If either of
these conditions occur, proceed to the next
step.
locking screw
rear of
oven liner
gas orifice
broil burner venturi
4.
1-18
Turn the oven control knob to OFF.
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Electronic Oven Control 1
Electronic Oven Control 2
1.
1.
•
•
•
Press the CUSTOM BROIL keypad.
•
•
•
2.
525 or HI will appear in the display.
The BROIL indicator will light.
The START? indicator will begin to flash
after 5-seconds.
Press the START/ENTER keypad.
2.
4.
HI will appear in the display.
The BROIL indicator will light.
The START? indicator will begin to flash
after 5-seconds.
Press the START/ENTER keypad.
•
•
•
3.
Press the CUSTOM BROIL keypad.
The HEAT (Control B only) and ON indicators will light.
• The broil burner should light in 50- to 60seconds (the delay is due to the time it
takes for the gas valve to open and the gas
to flow to the burner).
Open the storage drawer and check the flame
coming from the broil burner bar (use a mirror,
if necessary). If the flame is noisy, or is blowing away from the bar, there is too much air
during combustion. If the flame is soft and not
high enough, there is not enough air. If either
of these conditions occur, refer to step 3 on
page 1-18.
3.
4.
Press the OFF/CANCEL keypad.
1-19
The HEAT and ON indicators will light.
The broil burner should light in 50- to 60seconds (the delay is due to the time it
takes for the gas valve to open and the gas
to flow to the burner).
Open the storage drawer and check the flame
coming from the broil burner bar (use a mirror,
if necessary). If the flame is noisy, or is blowing away from the bar, there is too much air
during combustion. If the flame is soft and not
high enough, there is not enough air. If either
of these conditions occur, refer to step 3 on
page 1-18.
Press the OFF/CANCEL keypad.
REMOVING/REINSTALLING THE OVEN DOOR
To remove the oven door:
To reinstall the oven door:
1.
1.
Open the door approximately half way and
install the shipping pin (supplied with the
range), or a 3/16" allen wrench, into the hinge
hangers on each side of the door.
insert shipping pin or
allen wrench in this hole
Insert the hinge hangers into the front slots of
the range as far as they will go, then lift the
door while you push against it, and hook the
hinge slots in the pins.
remove shipping pin or
allen wrench from this hole
hinge
hanger
range
pin
oven door
hinge
hanger
slot
2.
2.
Close the oven door as far as the shipping
pins will allow.
3.
Lift the door as far as possible so the slots in
the hinge hangers clear the pins, then rotate
the top toward you, and pull the hinges from
the slots in the front of the range.
2. ROTATE
3. PULL
1. LIFT
oven door
slot
pin
1-20
Remove the shipping pins and close the door.
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THEORY OF OPERATION
THE COOKTOP BURNERS
Refer to the illustration below while you read
this description.
At the same time, line voltage is applied through
the ignitor switch v to the ignitor module w,
which produces high-voltage pulses to all of
the burner ignitors x. The pulses cause a
spark y to occur between the burner ignitor
and the grounded burner cap z, which ignites
the gas and air mixture at the burner head, and
produces a flame.
When a surface burner control knob is turned
to the “lite” position, the gas valve r opens,
and gas from the pressure regulator s flows
into the manifold t, and through the open
valve. As gas passes through the valve and its
orifice, it is directed into the venturi u, where
it mixes with air to create the proper mixture
necessary for combustion.
IGNITOR
MODULE
7
BURNER CAP
10
120 VAC
LINE VOLTAGE
HIGH VOLTAGE
PULSES
9
SPARK
BURNER
IGNITOR
8
TO BURNER
IGNITOR
BURNER
BURNER FLAME
IGNITOR SWITCH
PRESSURE
REGULATOR
W
GAS
FLO
4
3
GAS
6
2
GAS
MANIFOLD
5
GAS VALVE
VENTURI
OFF
LI
TE
GAS INLET
1
BURNER
CONTROL
KNOB
2-1
FLOW
IGNITOR SYSTEM OVERVIEW
This gas range uses two Carborundum ignitors to provide a source for igniting gas from
the bake and broil burners. Norton ignitors
were previously used in the Whirlpool gas
ranges, and both of these ignitors operate the
same way. The only differences are in the
design (see the illustrations), and in the current ratings.
A Carborundum ignitor uses a round design,
and limits the operating current flow to between 2.5 and 3.0 amperes.
Carborundum Ignitor
2.5 - 3.0 Amps
Norton Ignitor
3.2 - 3.6 Amps
A Norton ignitor uses a rectangular design,
and limits the operating current flow to between 3.2 and 3.6 amperes.
IGNITOR SYSTEM OPERATION
The oven ignitor system in these Whirlpool
gas ranges has the following three main components, and is wired in a series-parallel circuit (see the illustration below):
All of the self-clean gas ranges use these
components. When the EOC is set to the bake
or broil mode and a temperature is selected,
the relay on the EOC closes, and provides
power to the ignitor. With power applied, current flows through the ignitor circuit, and the
ignitor begins to heat and glow.
1. An Electronic Oven Control (EOC).
2. Two Carborundum Ignitors (Bake &
Broil).
3. Dual Gas Safety Valve.
L1
N
BROIL IGNITOR
DUAL GAS
SAFETY VALVE
RELAY
O
F
HEAT
BAKE
PF
ON
BRO
IL LOC
CLEAN
CLOCK
TIME
BAKE
TIME
OFF
R
START
ENTER
KED
DELAY
TIMER
SET
STOP
TIMER
OFF
MIN
CANCEL
BAKE IGNITOR
5 SEC
HR
AUTO
CLEAN
CUSTOM
IL
BRO
ELECTRONIC
OVEN CONTROL
(EOC)
N
L1
ELECTRONIC OVEN CONTROL
RELAY
BROIL VALVE
BROIL IGNITOR
BAKE VALVE
BAKE IGNITOR
2-2
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As the ignitor heats up and its electrical resistance decreases, current flow increases
through the bimetal arm heater inside the dual
gas safety valve. When the ignitor becomes
hot enough and its electrical resistance low
enough, sufficient current is provided (2.5 to
3.0 amps) through the bimetal arm heater, to
cause the arm to flex. This opens the gas
valve and allows gas to flow to the burner,
where the heat from the ignitor (approximately
2500˚F) ignites it, and produces a flame.
The ignitor will remain energized at all times
when the burner is lit. As soon as the oven
reaches its selected temperature, the EOC
relay opens, and power is removed from the
circuit. Once this occurs, the ignitor cools, and
the bimetal arm flexes and closes the gas
safety valve, turning off the gas to the burner
and extinguishing the flame.
GAS OUTLET
GAS OUTLET
BIMETAL ARM
GAS VALVE
OPENS
HIGH CURRENT
FROM IGNITOR
LOW CURRENT
FROM IGNITOR
VALVE CLOSED
HEAT FROM
BIMETAL HEATER
FLEXES ARM
BIMETAL HEATER
GAS INLET
GAS INLET
BURNER
IGNITOR
DUAL GAS
SAFETY VALVE
GAS
2-3
FLOW
TROUBLESHOOTING THE IGNITOR SYSTEM
Diagram B—Broil: With the EOC programmed
for the Broil mode, you should obtain a reading of 120 VAC between P2-1 and Neutral.
Refer to the illustration below while you read
the following troubleshooting information.
Ignitor Does Not Glow
Disconnect or remove the ignitor and measure its resistance. Cold resistance should
be between 50 and 150 Ohms. (The value
of the resistance is not important as long
as the ignitor is not open or shorted).
Ignitor Glows With No Ignition
2.
Check the internal fuses, switches, and
120 VAC power supply.
3.
If power is working:
1.
Turn the power on and set the thermostat
to 350˚F.
3.
Check the ampere draw at the bimetal
valve.
b) If the correct ampere draw is present,
replace the valve.
For safety purposes, when measuring the
current flow through the ignitor circuit, shut
off the main, or the oven gas shut-off valve.
c) If continuity is present at “D” and “C”,
probe wires “B” and “D”. If NO continuity, replace the ignitor.
NOTE: A simple circuit is shown. The actual
circuit may include fuses, clock, selector
switch, or other items.
Check for 120 VAC at the following locations, and the relay(s) on the Electronic
Oven Control you are servicing. Also refer to the wiring diagrams on the next
page.
DIAGRAM A
2.
1. NORTON (flat) Ignitor - 3.2 to 3.6
amps.
2. CARBORUNDUM (round) Ignitor2.5 to 3.0 amps.
If the ampere draw is NOT within the
proper range, replace the ignitor.
1. Check continuity between wire “B”
and terminal “C”. If continuity is
present, go to Step 4.
b) If continuity is NOT present, remove
wire at “D” and probe terminals “D”
and “C” for continuity. If NO continuity, replace the bimetal valve.
PROGRAM
Check that gas is turned on to the range.
a) Using a wraparound ammeter, test one
leg for ampere draw at "D" or "C".
a) Disconnect the oven power and remove wires at “B” and “C”.
4.
1.
ELECTRONC OVEN CONTROL
350
B
ON
10:30
CUSTOM AUTO
BROIL CLEAN
CLOCK
TIME
DELAY
TIMER
SET
STOP
TIMER
OFF
HR
MIN
START
OFF
ENTER
CANCEL
L1
5 SEC
P3-1 to P2-1 P2-3 to P2-4
P3-1 to P2-1 P2-2 to P2-1
BURNER
Diagram A—Bake: With the EOC programmed
for the Bake mode, you should obtain a reading of 120 VAC between P3-1 and P2-4, and
between P3-4 and P2-1.
IGNITOR
Diagram A—Broil: With the EOC programmed
for the Broil mode, you should obtain a reading of 120 VAC between P3-2 and P2-1, and
between P3-1 and P2-2.
Diagram B—Bake: With the EOC programmed
for the Bake mode, you should obtain a reading of 120 VAC between P2-4 and Neutral.
A
CLEAN TIMER
DIAGRAM B
BAKE
Bake
Broil
O
F
HEAT BAKE BROIL LOCKED
N
C
DUAL GAS
SAFETY VALVE
2-4
D
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N
L1
BK
OVEN LIGHT
GND
BK
W
W
OVEN CONTROL
OVEN
TEMP
SENSOR
W
P5
P1-1 Y DOOR
LIGHT SW.
P1-5
TRANSFORMER
V
P1-3
P1-6
Y
GY
BU
N.O.
LATCH
SOLENOID
P4 BR
P1-7
V
BK
DOOR
LATCH SW.
W
LATCH SOLENOID
RELAY
R
P3-4
BK
R
BAKE VALVE
P3-1
BROIL
RELAY
P3-2
BU
P2-4
W
BAKE IGNITOR
BU
P2-1
BROIL VALVE
BAKE
RELAY
P2-2
BROIL IGNITOR
W
W
BK
Wiring Diagram A
Wiring Diagram B
L1
N
OVEN CONTROL
BK
BK
P4-3
W
P4-1
OVEN LIGHT
TRANSFORMER
Y
GND
P4-4
W
BK
P3-3
DOOR
SW.
Y
OVEN TEMP
SENSOR
DOOR LOCK
SOLENOID
P3-4
P4-5
BR
W
DOOR
LATCH SW.
LATCH SOLENOID
RELAY
V
W
P3-6
GY
P3-1
N.O.
COM
GY
P3-2
P3-7
V
BK
P2-2
BU
P2-1
BU
P2-3
G
P2-4
BAKE RELAY
BU
BROIL VALVE
BROIL RELAY
R
BROIL IGNITOR
R
P3-5
R
BAKE VALVE
GND
BAKE IGNITOR
2-5
W
THE OVEN CONTROL
Refer to the illustrations on pages 2-6 and
2-7 while you read this description.
The voltage travels through the low voltage
transformer to the neutral side of the line, and
turns the oven control on. “PF” is displayed on
the control display.
When the range is plugged in, line voltage is
applied to the electronic oven control.
N
L1
BK
OVEN LIGHT
GND
BK
W
W
OVEN CONTROL
OVEN
TEMP
SENSOR
TRANSFORMER
V
P1-1 Y DOOR
LIGHT SW.
P1-5
GY
N.O.
LATCH
SOLENOID
W
DOOR
LATCH SW.
LATCH SOLENOID
RELAY
R
P3-4
BK
Y
BU
P4 BR
P1-7
V
W
P5
P1-3
P1-6
BK
R
BAKE VALVE
P3-1
BROIL
RELAY
P3-2
BU
P2-4
W
BAKE IGNITOR
P2-1
BAKE
RELAY
BU
BROIL VALVE
P2-2
BROIL IGNITOR
W
W
BK
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PF
ON
HEAT BAKE BROIL LOCKED
BAKE
CUSTOM AUTO
BROIL
CLEAN
CLEAN TIMER
CLOCK
TIME
DELAY
TIMER
SET
STOP
TIMER
OFF
HR
MIN
START
OFF
ENTER
CANCEL
5 SEC
N
L1
OVEN CONTROL
BK
BK
P4-3
W
P4-1
OVEN LIGHT
TRANSFORMER
Y
GND
P4-4
W
BK
P3-3
DOOR
SW.
Y
OVEN TEMP
SENSOR
DOOR LOCK
SOLENOID
P3-4
P4-5
BR
W
DOOR
LATCH SW.
LATCH SOLENOID
RELAY
V
W
P3-6
GY
P3-1
N.O.
COM
GY
P3-2
P3-7
V
BK
P2-2
BU
P2-1
BU
P2-3
G
BU
BROIL VALVE
BROIL RELAY
P2-4
BAKE RELAY
R
BROIL IGNITOR
R
P3-5
R
BAKE VALVE
GND
BAKE IGNITOR
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THE BAKE FUNCTION
Refer to the illustrations on pages 2-8 and
2-9 while you read this description.
When the preceding events occur, the BAKE
relay energizes, and its contacts close. This
provides an electrical circuit through the BAKE
ignitor and the BAKE valve to the neutral side
of the line*.
When the unit is plugged in and line voltage is
applied to the electronic oven control, the
following keyboard actions are used to set the
BAKE function:
As electrical current flows through the BAKE
ignitor, it heats up. When the BAKE valve
opens, gas flows through the burner, and the
hot ignitor ignites the gas and air mixture, and
a flame is produced.
• The clock is set to the time-of-day.
• The BAKE keypad is selected.
• The BAKE temperature is selected.
N
L1
BK
OVEN LIGHT
GND
BK
W
W
OVEN CONTROL
OVEN
TEMP
SENSOR
TRANSFORMER
V
P1-1 Y DOOR
LIGHT SW.
P1-5
Y
GY
BU
N.O.
LATCH
SOLENOID
P4 BR
P1-7
V
W
P5
P1-3
P1-6
BK
W
DOOR
LATCH SW.
LATCH SOLENOID
RELAY
P3-4
R
R
P3-1
BK
BAKE VALVE
BROIL
RELAY
P3-2
BU
P2-4
W
BAKE IGNITOR
P2-1
BAKE
RELAY
BU
BROIL VALVE
P2-2
BROIL IGNITOR
W
W
BK
= Oven Control On
= BAKE Circuit
* The BAKE path is also through the normally
closed (N.C.) contacts of the BROIL relay.
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O
F
ON
10:30
HEAT BAKE BROIL LOCKED
BAKE
CUSTOM AUTO
BROIL
CLEAN
TIME OF DAY
CLEAN TIMER
DELAY
TIMER
SET
CLOCK
TIME
STOP
TIMER
OFF
HR
MIN
START
OFF
ENTER
CANCEL
5 SEC
N
L1
OVEN CONTROL
BK
BK
P4-3
W
P4-1
OVEN LIGHT
TRANSFORMER
Y
P4-4
GND
W
BK
P3-3
DOOR
SW.
Y
OVEN TEMP
SENSOR
DOOR LOCK
SOLENOID
P3-4
BR
P4-5
W
DOOR
LATCH SW.
LATCH SOLENOID
RELAY
V
W
P3-6
GY
P3-1
N.O.
COM
GY
P3-2
P3-7
V
BK
P2-2
BU
P2-1
BU
BROIL RELAY
P2-3
G
BU
BROIL VALVE
R
P2-4
BROIL IGNITOR
R
BAKE RELAY
P3-5
R
BAKE VALVE
GND
BAKE IGNITOR
= Oven Control On
= BAKE Circuit
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THE BROIL FUNCTION
Refer to the illustrations on pages 2-10 and
2-11 while you read this description.
When the preceding events occur, the BROIL
relay energizes, and its contacts close. This
provides an electrical circuit through the BROIL
ignitor and the BROIL valve to the neutral side
of the line*.
When the unit is plugged in and line voltage is
applied to the electronic oven control, the
following keyboard actions are used to set the
BROIL function:
As electrical current flows through the BROIL
ignitor, it heats up. When the BROIL valve
opens, gas flows through the burner, and the
hot ignitor ignites the gas and air mixture, and
a flame is produced.
• The clock is set to the time-of-day.
• The CUSTOM BROIL keypad is selected.
N
L1
BK
OVEN LIGHT
GND
BK
W
W
OVEN CONTROL
OVEN
TEMP
SENSOR
TRANSFORMER
V
P1-1 Y DOOR
LIGHT SW.
P1-5
GY
N.O.
LATCH
SOLENOID
W
DOOR
LATCH SW.
LATCH SOLENOID
RELAY
R
P3-4
BK
Y
BU
P4 BR
P1-7
V
W
P5
P1-3
P1-6
BK
R
P3-1
BAKE VALVE
BROIL
RELAY
P3-2
BU
P2-4
W
BAKE IGNITOR
P2-1
BAKE
RELAY
BU
BROIL VALVE
P2-2
BROIL IGNITOR
W
W
BK
= Oven Control On
= BROIL Circuit
* The BROIL path is also through the normally
closed (N.C.) contacts of the BAKE relay.
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BROIL TEMPERATURE
O
F
ON
10:30
HEAT BAKE BROIL LOCKED
BAKE
CUSTOM
BROIL
AUTO
CLEAN
TIME OF DAY
CLEAN TIMER
CLOCK
TIME
DELAY
TIMER
SET
STOP
TIMER
OFF
HR
MIN
START
OFF
ENTER
CANCEL
5 SEC
N
L1
OVEN CONTROL
BK
BK
P4-3
W
P4-1
OVEN LIGHT
TRANSFORMER
Y
GND
P4-4
W
BK
P3-3
DOOR
SW.
Y
OVEN TEMP
SENSOR
DOOR LOCK
SOLENOID
P3-4
P4-5
BR
W
DOOR
LATCH SW.
LATCH SOLENOID
RELAY
V
W
P3-6
GY
P3-1
N.O.
COM
GY
P3-2
P3-7
V
BK
P2-2
BU
P2-1
BU
BROIL VALVE
BROIL RELAY
P2-3
G
BU
P2-4
R
BROIL IGNITOR
R
BAKE RELAY
P3-5
R
BAKE VALVE
GND
BAKE IGNITOR
= Oven Control On
= BROIL Circuit
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THE CLEAN FUNCTION
Refer to the illustrations on pages 2-12 and
2-13 while you read this description.
When the unit is plugged in and line voltage is
applied to the electronic oven control, the
following keyboard actions are used to set the
oven CLEAN function:
• The CLEAN function is selected.
• The desired cleaning time is selected.
When the preceding events occur, the BAKE
relay energizes, and its contacts close. This
provides an electrical circuit through the BAKE
ignitor and the BAKE valve to the neutral side
of the line.
Because the oven reaches extremely hot temperatures, the oven door is latched during the
CLEAN cycle, and remains latched until the
oven has cooled to a safe temperature.
The door latching operation occurs when the
LATCH SOLENOID relay closes, and electrical current flows through the LATCH SOLENOID.
After the CLEAN cycle has been completed,
the door latch will release when the oven
temperature drops below 400˚F.
N
L1
BK
= Oven Control On
OVEN LIGHT
= BAKE Circuit
= LATCH Circuit
GND
BK
W
W
OVEN CONTROL
OVEN
TEMP
SENSOR
TRANSFORMER
V
P1-1 Y DOOR
LIGHT SW.
P1-5
GY
LATCH
SOLENOID
N.O.
W
DOOR
LATCH SW.
LATCH SOLENOID
RELAY
R
P3-4
BK
Y
BU
P4 BR
P1-7
V
W
P5
P1-3
P1-6
BK
R
P3-1
BAKE VALVE
BROIL
RELAY
P3-2
BU
P2-4
W
BAKE IGNITOR
BU
P2-1
BROIL VALVE
BAKE
RELAY
P2-2
BROIL IGNITOR
W
W
BK
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ON
HEAT BAKE BROIL LOCKED
BAKE
CUSTOM AUTO
BROIL
CLEAN
CLEAN TIME
CLEAN TIMER
DELAY
TIMER
SET
CLOCK
TIME
STOP
TIMER
OFF
HR
MIN
START
OFF
ENTER
CANCEL
5 SEC
N
L1
OVEN CONTROL
BK
BK
P4-3
W
P4-1
OVEN LIGHT
TRANSFORMER
Y
P4-4
GND
OVEN TEMP
SENSOR
W
BK
P3-3
DOOR
SW.
Y
P3-4
DOOR LOCK
SOLENOID
BR
P4-5
W
DOOR
LATCH SW.
LATCH SOLENOID
RELAY
V
W
P3-6
N.O.
GY
P3-1
P3-2
GY
P3-7
COM
V
BK
P2-2
BU
P2-1
BU
BROIL RELAY
P2-3
G
BU
BROIL VALVE
R
P2-4
BROIL IGNITOR
R
BAKE RELAY
P3-5
R
BAKE VALVE
GND
BAKE IGNITOR
= Oven Control On
= BAKE Circuit
= LATCH Circuit
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THE OVEN LIGHT
Refer to the illustration while you read this
description.
When the range is plugged in, line voltage is
applied to the electronic oven control.
3 :50
O
F
HEAT BAKE BROIL LOCKED
BAKE
CUSTOM AUTO
BROIL
CLEAN
When the door switch, or the switch in the
oven control closes, the line voltage travels
through the light to the neutral side of the line.
TEMP
CLEAN TIMER
COOK
TIME
TIMER
SET
TIMER
OFF
LIGHT
HR
MIN
START
OFF
ENTER
CANCEL
5 SEC
N
L1
OVEN CONTROL
BK
BK
P4-3
W
P4-1
OVEN LIGHT
TRANSFORMER
Y
P4-4
OVEN TEMP
SENSOR
W
BK
P3-4
P4-5
DOOR LOCK
SOLENOID
BR
W
DOOR
LATCH SW.
LATCH SOLENOID
RELAY
V
W
P3-3
DOOR
SW.
Y
GND
P3-6
N.O.
GY
P3-1
P3-2
GY
P3-7
COM
V
BK
P2-2
BU
P2-1
BU
P2-3
G
BU
BROIL VALVE
BROIL RELAY
R
P2-4
BROIL IGNITOR
R
BAKE RELAY
P3-5
R
BAKE VALVE
GND
BAKE IGNITOR
= Oven Control On
= LIGHT Circuit
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COMPONENT ACCESS
This section of the manual instructs you on how to
service the individual components inside the sealed
burner and conventional burner gas ranges.
The illustrations below show the location of all the
major components in the range. Refer to them as
necessary.
SEALED BURNER MODELS
OVEN CONTROL
UPPER CONSOLE
MANUAL OVEN
LIGHT SWITCH
IGNITOR MODULE
SEALED BURNER
& BURNER IGNITOR
VENTURI
LATCH SENSING
SWITCHES & DOOR
LATCH SOLENOID
BROIL BURNER
& IGNITOR
OVEN LIGHT
OVEN DOOR
LATCH
GAS VALVE
& SPARK
IGNITOR SWITCH
OVEN TEMPERATURE
SENSOR
AUTOMATIC OVEN
LIGHT SWITCH
PRESSURE
REGULATOR
GAS SAFETY
VALVE
BAKE BURNER
& IGNITOR
CONVENTIONAL BURNER MODELS
OVEN CONTROL
UPPER CONSOLE
MANUAL OVEN
LIGHT SWITCH
IGNITOR MODULE
BURNER IGNITOR
CONVENTIONAL
BURNER
LATCH SENSING
SWITCHES & DOOR
LATCH SOLENOID
BROIL BURNER
& IGNITOR
OVEN LIGHT
OVEN DOOR
LATCH
OVEN TEMPERATURE
SENSOR
GAS VALVE
& SPARK IGNITOR
SWITCH
PRESSURE
REGULATOR
AUTOMATIC OVEN
LIGHT SWITCH
GAS SAFETY
VALVE
BAKE BURNER
& IGNITOR
3-1
REMOVING THE MAINTOP
Sealed Burner Models
4.
WARNING
Lift each burner off the venturi and burner
ignitor.
BURNER
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect from electrical supply before servicing unit.
Failure to do so could result in death or electrical shock.
BURNER
IGNITOR
CAUTION: When you work on the gas range, be
careful when handling the sheet metal parts. Sharp
edges may be present, and you can cut yourself if
you are not careful.
1.
Turn off the gas to the range and disconnect
the power cord from the wall outlet.
2.
Remove the grates and burner caps from the
maintop.
3.
Remove the screws from each burner.
VENTURI
MAINTOP
5.
Push the front of the maintop to the right while
lifting the right corner and unclip it, then push
to the left and unclip the left corner. Lift the
maintop and prop it up.
SCREW
BURNER
MAINTOP
PUSH TO
SIDE AND
LIFT TO
UNCLIP
MAINTOP
CLIP
SIDE PANEL
If you are removing the maintop, continue to step 6
on the next page.
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6.
Pull the range away from the wall so that you
can access the back.
7.
From behind the range, remove the upper and
lower access covers and the lower heat shield.
9.
IGNITOR MODULE
UPPER
CONSOLE
UPPER
ACCESS COVER
Slide the maintop to the right so that the left
hinge pin is free of the hinge bracket, (see the
inset), and then to the left so that the right
hinge pin is free of its bracket, then set the
maintop with the burner ignitors on top of the
range. CAUTION: Be careful not to pull on
the spark ignitor wires or you will pull them
out of the ignitors.
ROUTE WIRES
THROUGH
UPPER CONSOLE
MAINTOP
HINGE PIN
BURNER
IGNITOR
(4)
LOWER
ACCESS
COVER
MOUNTING
SCREW
LOWER
HEAT
SHIELD
UPPER
ACCESS
PANEL
INSERT HINGE
PIN IN BRACKET
HOLE IN UPPER
ACCESS PANEL
UPPER
CONSOLE
8.
Unplug the burner ignitor wires from the ignitor module, pull them through the back of the
upper console to the front, and remove them
from the maintop.
HINGE
BRACKET
BURNER IGNITOR
HINGE PIN
MAINTOP
MAINTOP
10. Remove the hinge pins from the old maintop
and install them on the new one.
11. Install the new maintop and burner ignitors
and reassemble the range.
3-3
REMOVING THE MAINTOP
Conventional Burner Models
4.
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Slide the maintop to the left so that the hinge
pin is free of the right hinge bracket, (see the
inset), and to the right so that it is free of the
left bracket, then remove the maintop.
Disconnect from electrical supply before servicing unit.
MAINTOP
HINGE PIN
Failure to do so could result in death or electrical shock.
MOUNTING
SCREW
CAUTION: When you work on the gas range, be
careful when handling the sheet metal parts. Sharp
edges may be present, and you can cut yourself if
you are not careful.
1.
Turn off the gas to the range and disconnect
the power cord from the wall outlet.
2.
Remove the grates from the maintop.
3.
Lift the maintop as far as it will go and unsnap
the support rods from the body sides.
UPPER
ACCESS
PANEL
INSERT HINGE
PIN IN BRACKET
HOLE IN UPPER
ACCESS PANEL
UPPER
CONSOLE
HINGE
BRACKET
HINGE PIN
MAINTOP
3-4
5.
Remove the hinge pins from the old maintop
and mount them to the new one.
6.
Install the new maintop.
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REMOVING A SEALED BURNER & A VENTURI
REMOVING A VENTURI
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect from electrical supply before servicing unit.
Failure to do so could result in death or electrical shock.
CAUTION: When you work on the gas range, be
careful when handling the sheet metal parts. Sharp
edges may be present, and you can cut yourself if
you are not careful.
1.
Turn off the gas to the range and disconnect
the power cord from the wall outlet.
2.
Lift the maintop and prop it up (use the procedure on page 3-2).
3.
Lift the defective venturi from the burner box
and replace it with a new one.
4.
Lift the top of the coil around both venturi
openings so they are even with the top.
5.
Reassemble the range.
REMOVING A BURNER
1.
Turn off the gas to the range and disconnect
the power cord from the wall outlet.
2.
Remove the grates and burner caps from the
maintop.
3.
Remove the screws from the defective burner.
SLIDE COIL UP
TO TOP OF VENTURI
SCREW
INSERT TAB
INTO SLOT
BURNER
BOX
BURNER
MAINTOP
4.
Lift the defective burner off the venturi and
replace it with a new one, then reassemble
the range.
BURNER
BURNER
IGNITOR
VENTURI
MAINTOP
3-5
REMOVING A CONVENTIONAL BURNER
4.
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect from electrical supply before servicing unit.
If installed, remove the shipping screw from
the burner, then lift and unhook the burner
from the burner bracket, and remove it from
the range.
BURNER BRACKET
Failure to do so could result in death or electrical shock.
SHIPPING SCREWS
CAUTION: When you work on the gas range, be
careful when handling the sheet metal parts. Sharp
edges may be present, and you can cut yourself if
you are not careful.
1.
Turn off the gas to the range and disconnect
the power cord from the wall outlet.
2.
Remove the grates from the maintop.
3.
Lift the maintop until the support rods lock.
BURNER
3-6
5.
Install the new burner (do not reinstall the
shipping screw).
6.
Reassemble the range.
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REMOVING A SPARK IGNITOR SWITCH & GAS VALVE
8.
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
To remove a defective spark ignitor switch,
press a small screwdriver blade into the wire
slots, and pull the wires out of the connector,
then insert the wires into the new switch.
SPARK IGNITOR SWITCH
Disconnect from electrical supply before servicing unit.
Failure to do so could result in death or electrical shock.
CAUTION: When you work on the gas range, be
careful when handling the sheet metal parts. Sharp
edges may be present, and you can cut yourself if
you are not careful.
1.
Turn off the gas to the range and disconnect
the power cord from the wall outlet.
2.
Remove the grates from the maintop.
3.
Lift the maintop and prop it up (use the procedure on page 3-2 or page 3-4).
4.
Pull the knobs off the gas valves.
5.
Open the oven door and remove the three
screws from the bottom of the manifold panel,
and remove the panel.
PULL WIRE TO
RELEASE
PRESS SCREWDRIVER
BLADE INTO SLOTS
TO RELEASE WIRES
9.
To remove a defective gas valve, remove the
screw and rubber washer, and remove the
valve from the manifold.
1/4" HEX
WASHER-HEAD
SCREW W/
RUBBER WASHER
MANIFOLD PANEL
SPARK
IGNITOR SWITCH
(1 of 4)
KNOB
GAS MANIFOLD
RUBBER WASHER
SCREW HEAD
VALVE STEM
GAS VALVE
(1 of 4)
SCREWS
6.
Remove the burner from the defective ignitor
switch/gas valve.
7.
Pull the spark ignitor switch off the front of the
defective gas valve.
VENTURI
10. Mount the new gas valve to the manifold.
11. Mount the spark ignitor switch to the gas
valve.
12. Reassemble the range.
3-7
REMOVING THE IGNITOR MODULE & A BURNER IGNITOR
Sealed Burner Models
REMOVING A BURNER IGNITOR
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect from electrical supply before servicing unit.
Failure to do so could result in death or electrical shock.
CAUTION: When you work on the gas range, be
careful when handling the sheet metal parts. Sharp
edges may be present, and you can cut yourself if
you are not careful.
1.
Pull the range away from the wall so that you
can access the back.
2.
Turn off the gas to the range and disconnect
the power cord from the wall outlet.
3.
Lift the maintop and prop it up (use the procedure on page 3-2).
4.
From behind the range remove the upper
access cover.
5.
Locate the wire coming from the defective
burner ignitor and disconnect it from the ignitor module.
6.
Remove the defective burner ignitor from the
maintop and install the new one in its place.
REMOVING THE IGNITOR MODULE
1.
Pull the range away from the wall so that you
can access the back.
2.
Turn off the gas to the range and disconnect
the power cord from the wall outlet.
3.
From behind the range, remove the upper
access cover.
4.
Disconnect the wires from the old ignitor module (see the inset on the next page).
5.
Remove the old ignitor module from the upper
console and mount the new one in its place.
6.
Connect the burner ignitor wires to the ignitor
module terminals.
7.
Reassemble the range.
BURNER IGNITOR
MAINTOP
3-8
7.
Route the wire coming from the new burner
ignitor to the ignitor module and connect it to
the terminal.
8.
Reassemble the range.
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SIDE OF UPPER CONSOLE
LOCKING TAB
WHITE
RED
IGNITOR
MODULE
TO BURNER
IGNITORS
MOUNTING
SCREW
IGNITOR MODULE
REMOVE UPPER
ACCESS COVER
UPPER
CONSOLE
ROUTE WIRES
THROUGH
UPPER CONSOLE
BURNER
IGNITOR
(4)
3-9
REMOVING THE IGNITOR MODULE & A BURNER IGNITOR
Conventional Burner Models
WARNING
4.
Lift the maintop until the support rods lock.
5.
Remove the screw from the burner ignitor
ground strap and unhook the strap from the
burner bracket.
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect from electrical supply before servicing unit.
Failure to do so could result in death or electrical shock.
CAUTION: When you work on the gas range, be
careful when handling the sheet metal parts. Sharp
edges may be present, and you can cut yourself if
you are not careful.
GROUND STRAP
REMOVING THE IGNITOR MODULE
1.
Pull the range away from the wall so that you
can access the back.
2.
Turn off the gas to the range and disconnect
the power cord from the wall outlet.
3.
From behind the range, remove the upper
access cover.
4.
Disconnect the wires from the old ignitor module (see the inset on the next page).
5.
Remove the old ignitor module from the upper
console and mount the new one in its place.
6.
Connect the burner ignitor wires to the ignitor
module terminals.
7.
Reassemble the range.
TAB
SNAP IGNITOR
INTO SLOTS
SCREW
BURNER IGNITOR
BURNER
BRACKET
REMOVING A BURNER IGNITOR
6.
Pull the range away from the wall so that you
can access the back.
Remove the ground strap from the old burner
ignitor and snap the new ignitor into it.
7.
2.
Turn off the gas to the range and disconnect
the power cord from the wall outlet.
Mount the burner ignitor and ground strap to
the burner bracket with its mounting screw.
8.
3.
Remove the grates from the maintop.
From behind the range, remove the upper
access cover.
9.
Locate and disconnect the old burner ignitor
wire from the ignitor module.
1.
10. Route the wire from the new burner ignitor,
through the upper console to the ignitor module, and connect it to the terminal.
11. Reassemble the range.
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SIDE OF UPPER CONSOLE
LOCKING TAB
WHT
BRN
IGNITOR
MODULE
MOUNTING
SCREWS
TO BURNER
IGNITORS
IGNITOR MODULE
UPPER
CONSOLE
REMOVE UPPER
ACCESS COVER
BURNER
IGNITORS
3-11
REMOVING THE OVEN DOOR LATCH & ACTUATOR ROD
Sealed Burner Models
7.
WARNING
Remove the screws from the three gas manifold brackets.
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect from electrical supply before servicing unit.
GAS MANIFOLD
BRACKETS
Failure to do so could result in death or electrical shock.
CAUTION: When you work on the gas range, be
careful when handling the sheet metal parts. Sharp
edges may be present, and you can cut yourself if
you are not careful.
1.
Pull the range away from the wall so that you
can access the back.
2.
Turn off the gas to the range and disconnect
the power cord from the wall outlet.
3.
Remove the maintop (use the procedure starting on page 3-2).
4.
Lift the left and right venturi from the burner
box.
8.
Remove the two screws holding the burner
box to the back of the range (see the large
inset on the next page).
9.
Remove the eight top screws from the oven
burner box.
BURNER
BOX
LEFT VENTURI
RIGHT VENTURI
5.
Pull the knobs off the gas valves.
6.
Open the oven door, remove the three screws
from the bottom of the manifold panel, and
remove the panel.
10. Lift the front of the burner box and spread the
left and right insulation retainers, (see the
illustration on the next page), then pull the
burner box forward, and remove it.
11. Remove the screws and rubber spacer from
the oven door latch, (see the small inset on the
next page), and unhook the end of the actuator rod from the oven door latch arm.
MANIFOLD PANEL
KNOB
12. To remove the actuator rod, raise it straight
up, and unhook it from the solenoid and switch
assembly bracket.
SCREWS
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ACTUATOR ROD
13. Hook the end of the actuator rod, with the
shorter bend, to the solenoid and switch assembly bracket. Hook the other end of the rod
to the oven door latch arm.
LONGER
BEND AT
FRONT
14. Reassemble the range.
SHORTER
BEND AT
BACK
BACK OF RANGE
2 REAR BURNER
BOX SCREWS
UPPER
ACCESS COVER
ACTUATOR ROD
PULL TOP
TO REMOVE
BURNER BOX
ARM
INSULATION
RETAINER
DOOR LATCH
LOWER
ACCESS COVER
ACTUATOR ROD
FRONT
RAIL
+
FLAT-HEAD
SCREWS
PULL TOP
TO REMOVE
BURNER BOX
RUBBER
SPACER
INSULATION
RETAINER
+
3-13
LOWER
HEAT SHIELD
REMOVING THE OVEN DOOR LATCH & ACTUATOR ROD
Conventional Burner Models
WARNING
8.
Remove the two screws from the burner support bracket, (see the previous illustration),
and remove the bracket and burner ignitors.
Electrical Shock Hazard
9.
Pull the knobs off the gas valves.
10. Open the oven door, remove the three screws
from the bottom of the manifold panel, and
remove the panel.
Disconnect from electrical supply before servicing unit.
Failure to do so could result in death or electrical shock.
MANIFOLD PANEL
CAUTION: When you work on the gas range, be
careful when handling the sheet metal parts. Sharp
edges may be present, and you can cut yourself if
you are not careful.
1.
Pull the range away from the wall so that you
can access the back.
2.
Turn off the gas to the range and disconnect
the power cord from the wall outlet.
3.
Remove the maintop (use the procedure on
page 3-4).
4.
From behind the range, remove the upper and
lower access covers and the lower heat shield.
5.
Remove the two screws holding the burner
box to the back of the range (see the large
inset on the next page).
6.
Unplug the burner ignitor wires from the ignitor module (see page 3-9).
7.
Remove the four burners from the burner
support bracket.
KNOB
SCREWS
11. Remove the screws from the three gas manifold brackets.
GAS MANIFOLD
BRACKETS
12. Remove the top screws from the oven burner
box.
BURNER BOX
BURNER
IGNITORS
13. Lift the front of the burner box, and from the
underside of the box, push down on the left
and right insulation retainers, then pull the
burner box forward, and remove it.
BURNER
SUPPORT
BRACKET
14. Remove the screws and rubber spacer from
the oven door latch, (see the small inset on the
next page), and unhook the end of the actuator rod from the oven door latch arm.
BURNER
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15. To remove the actuator rod, raise it straight
up, and unhook it from the solenoid and switch
assembly bracket.
ACTUATOR ROD
16. Hook the end of the actuator rod, with the
shorter bend, to the solenoid and switch assembly bracket. Hook the other end of the rod
to the oven door latch arm.
LONGER
BEND AT
FRONT
SHORTER
BEND AT
BACK
17. Reassemble the range.
BACK OF RANGE
2 REAR BURNER
BOX SCREWS
UPPER
ACCESS COVER
ACTUATOR ROD
UPPER
CONSOLE
ARM
DOOR LATCH
ACTUATOR ROD
FRONT
RAIL
+
FLAT-HEAD
SCREWS
LOWER
ACCESS
COVER
LOWER
HEAT
SHIELD
RUBBER
SPACER
+
3-15
REMOVING THE LATCH SENSING SWITCHES, THE DOOR
LATCH SOLENOID, & THE MECHANICAL LATCH
REMOVING THE DOOR
LATCH SOLENOID
WARNING
1.
Pull the range away from the wall so that you
can access the back.
Disconnect from electrical supply before servicing unit.
2.
Turn off the gas to the range and disconnect
the power cord from the wall outlet.
Failure to do so could result in death or electrical shock.
3.
From behind the range, remove the upper and
lower access covers and tthe lower heat shield.
4.
Disconnect the wires and remove the solenoid from the bracket. NOTE: The plunger is
separate from the solenoid. If you wish to use
the old plunger with the new solenoid, leave it
connected to the latching assembly, otherwise remove the pin, and disconnect it.
5.
If you are using the old plunger, insert it into
the body of the new solenoid. If not, connect
the plunger of the new solenoid to the latching
assembly, place the actuating pin between
the arms of the two sensing switches, and
mount the new solenoid to the bracket.
6.
Connect the wires to the new solenoid.
7.
Reassemble the range.
Electrical Shock Hazard
CAUTION: When you work on the gas range, be
careful when handling the sheet metal parts. Sharp
edges may be present, and you can cut yourself if
you are not careful.
REMOVING A LATCH
SENSING SWITCH
1.
Pull the range away from the wall so that you
can access the back.
2.
Turn off the gas to the range and disconnect
the power cord from the wall outlet.
3.
From behind the range, remove the upper and
lower access covers and the lower heat shield.
4.
Remove the wires from the latch sensing
switch.
5.
Remove the latch sensing switch screws and
remove the switch from the bracket.
6.
7.
REMOVING THE MECHANICAL
LATCH
1.
Mount the new latch sensing switch with the
switch arm and the terminals as shown, and
connect the wires to the terminals.
Pull the range away from the wall so that you
can access the back.
2.
Turn off the gas to the range and disconnect
the power cord from the wall outlet.
Reassemble the range.
3.
From behind the range, remove the upper and
lower access covers and tthe lower heat shield.
4.
Remove the two screws from the mechanical
latch and remove it and the solenoid plunger
from the bracket.
5.
Hook the arm of the mechanical latch over the
actuator rod on the bracket and slide the
solenoid plunger into the solenoid body, then
mount the latch assembly to the bracket with its
two screws.
6.
Reassemble the range.
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BACK OF RANGE
MECHANICAL
LATCH
LATCH
SOLENOID
ASSEMBLY
BRACKET
SCREW
SWITCH ARMS
LATCHING
ARM
SOLENOID
SCREWS
PIN
BRN
MECHANICAL LATCH
SCREWS
LATCH SENSING
SWITCHES
WHT
SWITCH
SCREW
UPPER ACCESS
COVER
LOWER HEAT
SHIELD
LOWER ACCESS
COVER
3-17
REMOVING THE UPPER CONSOLE
5.
Remove the ignitor module from the console
(use the procedure on page 3-8 or on page
3-10). It is not necessary to disconnect the
wires from the module.
Disconnect from electrical supply before servicing unit.
6.
Disconnect the wires from the terminals of the
manual oven light switch (not on all models).
Failure to do so could result in death or electrical shock.
7.
Note the orientation of the rocker arm color on
the manual oven light switch, and then press
the locking arms against the body of the
switch, and push it out of the upper console.
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
CAUTION: When you work on the gas range, be
careful when handling the sheet metal parts. Sharp
edges may be present, and you can cut yourself if
you are not careful.
1.
Pull the range away from the wall so that you
can access the back.
2.
Turn off the gas to the range and disconnect
the power cord from the wall outlet.
3.
From behind the range, remove the upper
access cover (5 screws) and the lower access
cover (8 screws).
COLORED PART
OF ROCKER ARM
MANUAL
OVEN LIGHT
SWITCH
LOCKING
TAB
WIRES
OVEN CONTROL
UPPER
CONSOLE
UPPER
ACCESS COVER
8.
UPPER
CONSOLE
Remove the maintop from the range (use the
procedure on page 3-2 or page 3-4).
Refer to the inset and main illustration on the next
page for the following steps.
LOWER
ACCESS
COVER
9.
Remove the upper console screws from the
back and the two screws from the endcaps
that secure the upper console to the side
panels.
10. Lift the upper console assembly straight up
and off the range.
11. Remove the upper heat shield from the upper
console.
12. Remove the screws from the left and right
endcaps and endcap posts and remove them
from the upper console.
13. Reassemble the upper console and mount it
to the range.
4.
14. Reassemble the range.
Remove the oven control and green ground
wire (if present) from the upper console. It is
not necessary to disconnect the wires from
the control.
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UPPER
LE
CONSO
GREEN GROUND
WIRE
EN
D
CA
P
LE
CONSO
UPPER
REMOVE THESE 3 SCREWS
AT BOTH ENDS OF THE
UPPER CONSOLE TO DISASSEMBLE
AND REASSEMBLE THE UPPER CONSOLE
REMOVE THESE
TWO SCREWS
AT BOTH SIDES
OF THE RANGE
TO REMOVE THE
UPPER CONSOLE
EN
D
CA
PO P
ST
UPPER
HIELD
HEAT S
CONTROL
SCREW
OVEN CONTROL
CONTROL
BRACKET
MANUAL OVEN
LIGHT SWITCH
GREEN GROUND WIRE
ENDCAP POST
CONSOLE
PANEL
ENDCAP
UPPER HEAT
SHIELD
(3)
ENDCAP
SCREWS
REMOVE THESE TWO SCREWS
TO FREE UPPER CONSOLE
3-19
REMOVING THE ELECTRONIC OVEN CONTROL
4.
WARNING
Pull the knob off the control shaft (if present).
OVEN CONTROL
Electrical Shock Hazard
CONSOLE PANEL
Disconnect from electrical supply before servicing unit.
Failure to do so could result in death or electrical shock.
OVE
NH
RL
OCK
N
ED/C
EAT
ING
LEA
NIN
G
CAUTION: When you work on the gas range, be
careful when handling the sheet metal parts. Sharp
edges may be present, and you can cut yourself if
you are not careful.
1.
Turn off the gas to the range and disconnect
the power cord from the wall outlet.
3.
From behind the range, remove the upper
access cover.
CLE
A
PUS N
H
TUR TO
N
BRO
IL
PUS
H
TUR TO
N
WA
RM
200
250
500
300
450
450
400
350
CONTROL KNOB
Pull the range away from the wall so that you
can access the back.
2.
OFF
NO
OVE
DOO
5.
Without disconnecting any wires, remove the
mounting screws from the electronic oven
control and remove it from the back of the
console.
OVEN CONTROL
MOUNTING
SCREWS
UPPER CONSOLE
OVEN CONTROL
REMOVE UPPER
ACCESS COVER
CONSOLE PANEL
3-20
6.
Mount the new electronic oven control to the
upper console and install the knob (if applicable) on the control shaft.
7.
Unplug the connectors from the old oven
control, and reconnect them to the new oven
control at the same callout (P1, P2, etc.)
location.
8.
Reassemble the range.
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REMOVING AN OVEN LIGHT SWITCH
REMOVING THE AUTOMATIC
OVEN LIGHT SWITCH
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect from electrical supply before servicing unit.
NOTE: The automatic oven light switch can have
two or four terminals. The 4-terminal switch has
different size terminals so that the wiring cannot be
interchanged.
Failure to do so could result in death or electrical shock.
1.
Pull the range away from the wall so that you
can access the back.
CAUTION: When you work on the gas range, be
careful when handling the sheet metal parts. Sharp
edges may be present, and you can cut yourself if
you are not careful.
2.
Turn off the gas to the range and disconnect
the power cord from the wall outlet.
3.
Remove the grates from the maintop.
4.
Lift the maintop and prop it up (use the procedure on page 3-2 or 3-4).
REMOVING THE MANUAL
OVEN LIGHT SWITCH
Sealed Burner Models
1.
Pull the range away from the wall so that you
can access the back.
1.
2.
Turn off the gas to the range and disconnect
the power cord from the wall outlet.
Reach down through the corner of the cooktop,
and push the automatic oven light switch out
of its cutout in front of the oven, then disconnect the wires.
3.
From behind the range, remove the upper
access cover.
2.
4.
Disconnect the wires from the manual oven
light switch terminals.
Connect the wires to the new automatic oven
light switch, then press the oven light switch
into the oven cutout.
3.
Reassemble the range.
5.
Note the orientation of the rocker arm color on
the manual oven light switch, and then press
the locking arms against the body of the
switch, and push it out of the upper console.
Conventional Burner Models
1.
Remove the screws from the right side panel
at the back and top, but do not remove the
panel (see page 3-26).
6.
Connect the wires to the terminals of the new
manual oven light switch, and snap the switch
into the upper console opening.
2.
7.
Reassemble the range.
Pull the back of the side panel out just enough
to access the automatic oven light switch,
then push the old switch out of the cutout, and
disconnect the wires from the terminals.
3.
Connect the wires to the new automatic oven
light switch, then press the oven light switch
into the oven cutout.
4.
Reassemble the range.
COLORED PART
OF ROCKER ARM
MANUAL
OVEN LIGHT
SWITCH
SEALED BURNER
MODELS:
REACH DOWN
THROUGH COOKTOP
TO ACCESS
LIGHT SWITCH
LOCKING
TAB
WIRES
UPPER
CONSOLE
CONVENTIONAL
BURNER MODELS:
MOVE SIDE PANEL
OUT TO ACCESS
LIGHT SWITCH
BACK
PANEL
AUTOMATIC
OVEN LIGHT
SWITCH
BLACK
LOCKING ARM
3-21
RED
REMOVING THE GAS SAFETY VALVE &
PRESSURE REGULATOR
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect from electrical supply before servicing unit.
4.
From behind the range, disconnect the four
wires and the gas line fittings from the gas
safety valve and the pressure regulator.
5.
Remove the gas safety valve and the pressure regulator from the range.
6.
If you are not replacing the complete assembly, separate the gas safety valve from the
pressure regulator, then replace the defective
component. NOTE: Apply pipe sealant that is
recognized by U.L. to the threads of the fitting
before you connect the two components together again.
7.
Mount the new gas safety valve and pressure
regulator assembly to the range with its mounting hardware. NOTE: Make sure that the bake
burner is positioned over the orifice hood.
Failure to do so could result in death or electrical shock.
CAUTION: When you work on the gas range, be
careful when handling the sheet metal parts. Sharp
edges may be present, and you can cut yourself if
you are not careful.
1.
Pull the range away from the wall so that you
can access the back.
2.
Turn off the gas to the range and disconnect
the power cord from the wall outlet.
3.
Remove the bake burner from the oven (see
page 3-23 for the procedure).
BAKE BURNER
TO MAINTOP
BURNERS
MOUNTING
BRACKET
GAS SAFETY
VALVE
RED
TO BAKE
SHUTOFF VALVE
TERMINALS
WHITE
TO BROIL
BURNER
PRESSURE
REGULATOR
GAS INLET
BLUE
WHITE
GAS SHUTOFF LEVER
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REMOVING THE BAKE BURNER & IGNITOR
5.
WARNING
Remove the heat shield from the oven .
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect from electrical supply before servicing unit.
Failure to do so could result in death or electrical shock.
REMOVE SCREWS
6.
CAUTION: When you work on the gas range, be
careful when handling the sheet metal parts. Sharp
edges may be present, and you can cut yourself if
you are not careful.
1.
2.
MOUNTING
SCREW
4.
Remove the two screws from the oven floor
and remove it.
BRACKET
MOUNTING
SCREWS
Remove the oven door (see page 1-20 for the
procedure).
Remove the racks from the oven.
BACK OF
OVEN LINER
BAKE BURNER
MOUNTING
SCREW
Turn off the gas to the range and disconnect
the power cord from the wall outlet.
3.
Remove the front and back mounting screws
from the bake burner.
BAKE
IGNITOR
HOLE IN
BOTTOM LINER
QUICK-DISCONNECT
PLUGS (LOCATED IN
STORAGE AREA)
REMOVE
SCREWS
7.
Remove the storage drawer.
8.
From inside the storage drawer area, disconnect the bake ignitor quick-disconnect plug
from the main harness.
9.
Remove the bake burner and ignitor assembly from the oven.
10. Reinstall the new bake burner and ignitor
assembly and reassemble the range.
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REMOVING THE BROIL BURNER & IGNITOR
5.
WARNING
Remove the clip holding the ignitor wires to
the rear oven liner.
BROIL BURNER
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect from electrical supply before servicing unit.
BROIL IGNITOR
Failure to do so could result in death or electrical shock.
CAUTION: When you work on the gas range, be
careful when handling the sheet metal parts. Sharp
edges may be present, and you can cut yourself if
you are not careful.
1.
MOUNTING BRACKET
BACK OF
OVEN LINER
Turn off the gas to the range and disconnect
the power cord from the wall outlet.
2.
Remove the oven door (see page 1-20 for the
procedure).
3.
Remove the oven racks.
4.
Remove the four heat shield screws and the
front broil burner screw.
MOUNTING SCREWS
CLIP
QUICK–DISCONNECT PLUGS
(LOCATED BEHIND RANGE)
FRONT BROIL
BURNER SCREW
6.
Remove the broil burner and ignitor assembly
screws, and pull the quick-disconnect plugs
for the ignitor through the hole at the rear of
the oven liner.
7.
Disconnect the broil ignitor quick-disconnect
plug from the main harness plug.
8.
Remove the broil ignitor from the broil burner
bracket.
9.
Mount the new broil ignitor to the new broil
burner.
10. Mount the broil burner and ignitor assembly to
the oven.
HEAT SHIELD
11. Reassemble the range.
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REMOVING THE OVEN TEMPERATURE SENSOR
3.
WARNING
From behind the range, remove the lower
access cover.
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect from electrical supply before servicing unit.
Failure to do so could result in death or electrical shock.
OVEN
TEMPERATURE
SENSOR
CAUTION: When you work on the gas range, be
careful when handling the sheet metal parts. Sharp
edges may be present, and you can cut yourself if
you are not careful.
1.
Pull the range away from the wall so that you
can access the back.
2.
Turn off the gas to the range and disconnect
the power cord from the wall outlet.
LOWER ACCESS
COVER
4.
Disconnect the wire harness from the old
oven temperature sensor and remove the
sensor from the range.
REAR PANEL
OF OVEN
MOUNTING
SCREWS
2-WIRE
HARNESS
CONNECTOR
OVEN TEMPERATURE
SENSOR
2-WIRE
SENSOR
CONNECTOR
3-25
5.
Mount the new oven temperature sensor to
the range and connect the wire harness.
6.
Reassemble the range.
REMOVING A SIDE PANEL
NOTE: The range is shown in the illustration on the
next page with the maintop and burners removed
for clarity. Also, the right side panel is shown
removed. The left side panel is removed in the
same manner.
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect from electrical supply before servicing unit.
Failure to do so could result in death or electrical shock.
CAUTION: When you work on the gas range, be
careful when handling the sheet metal parts. Sharp
edges may be present, and you can cut yourself if
you are not careful.
1. Pull the range away from the wall so that you
can access the back.
2.
Turn off the gas to the range and disconnect
the power cord from the wall outlet.
3.
Remove the grates from the maintop.
4.
Lift the maintop and prop it up (use the procedure on page 3-2 or 3-4).
5.
Remove the five screws that secure the side
panel to the back of the range.
6.
Remove the top screw from the upper console
end cap.
7.
Remove the two screws from the burner box
that secure the side panel to the top of the
range.
8.
Remove the front control knobs.
9.
Open the oven door and remove the three
screws from the bottom of the manifold panel
and remove the panel.
10. Pull the rear of the side panel away from the
range, push the panel forward, and unhook
the three tabs from the slots at the front of the
side panel.
11. Replace the side panel. IMPORTANT REASSEMBLY NOTE: When you install the side
panel, position the top flange under the
burner box.
12. Reassemble the range.
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REMOVE TOP
END CAP SCREW
2 BURNER
BOX SCREWS
MANIFOLD PANEL
KNOB
RIGHT
SIDE PANEL
MANIFOLD PANEL
SCREWS
3 TABS
SLOTS
3-27
REMOVE
5 REAR
SCREWS
REMOVING AN OVEN LIGHT SOCKET
WARNING
2.
Remove the racks from inside the oven.
3.
Unscrew the lens and the light bulb from the
old oven light socket.
Electrical Shock Hazard
4.
Pry the oven light socket out of the oven liner
cutout and disconnect the two wires from the
terminals.
5.
Connect the wires to the new oven light socket
and snap the socket into the oven liner cutout.
6.
Screw the bulb and lens into the light socket.
Disconnect from electrical supply before servicing unit.
Failure to do so could result in death or electrical shock.
CAUTION: When you work on the gas range, be
careful when handling the sheet metal parts. Sharp
edges may be present, and you can cut yourself if
you are not careful.
1.
OVEN LINER
SOCKET
Turn off the gas to the range and disconnect
the power cord from the wall outlet.
BULB
LENS
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REMOVING THE OVEN DOOR GASKET
1. Turn off the gas to the range and disconnect the
power cord from the wall outlet.
WARNING
2. Open the oven door and pull the clips on the old
fiberglass gasket out of the holes in the front of
the oven, and install the new gasket in its place.
Electrical Shock Hazard
;;
;;
;;
;;
;;
Disconnect from electrical supply before servicing unit.
3. Close the oven door and check to make sure
that the gasket seal is tight and even around the
door.
Failure to do so could result in death or electrical shock.
CAUTION: When you work on the gas range, be
careful when handling the sheet metal parts. Sharp
edges may be present, and you can cut yourself if
you are not careful.
FIBERGLASS
GASKET
SNAP CLIP
INTO HOLE
OVEN
LINER
3-29
REMOVING THE OVEN DOOR HANDLE,
TOP TRIM, & OUTER DOOR GLASS
WARNING
REMOVING THE TOP TRIM
& OUTER DOOR GLASS
Electrical Shock Hazard
1.
Disconnect from electrical supply before servicing unit.
Turn off the gas to the range and disconnect
the power cord from the wall outlet.
2.
Remove the oven door (see page 1-20 for the
procedure), and position it on the floor with the
handle and outer door glass facing up.
3.
CAUTION: When you work on the gas range, be
careful when handling the sheet metal parts. Sharp
edges may be present, and you can cut yourself if
you are not careful.
Raise the top of the door and remove the two
screws that secure the top of the door trim and
the handle to the door liner, then remove the
handle and top trim.
4.
REMOVING THE OVEN
DOOR HANDLE
Lift the outer door glass off the door and set
the new glass in its place so that the bottom
edge is against the bottom trim.
5.
Install the new top trim and handle on the oven
door and secure them in place with their two
mounting screws.
6.
Reinstall the oven door on the range.
Failure to do so could result in death or electrical shock.
1.
Turn off the gas to the range and disconnect
the power cord from the wall outlet.
2.
Remove the oven door (see page 1-20 for the
procedure), and position it on the floor with the
handle and outer door glass facing up.
3.
Remove the two door handle screws from the
liner side of the door. Remove the old handle
and install the new one with the two screws.
4.
Reinstall the oven door on the range.
MOUNTING SCREWS
TOP TRIM
HANDLE
OUTER DOOR
GLASS
SET GLASS
BOTTOM TRIM
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REMOVING A HINGE ASSEMBLY
6.
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect from electrical supply before servicing unit.
Failure to do so could result in death or electrical shock.
CAUTION: When you work on the gas range, be
careful when handling the sheet metal parts. Sharp
edges may be present, and you can cut yourself if
you are not careful.
1.
Turn off the gas to the range and disconnect
the power cord from the wall outlet.
2.
Remove the oven door (see page 1-20 for the
procedure).
3.
Remove the door handle, top trim, and outer
door glass from the oven door (see page
3-30).
4.
Position the oven door with the hinge assembly arms facing up.
5.
Remove the flat-head screws from the bottom
trim and remove the trim from the oven door.
On the hinge assembly that you wish to remove, place the bottom of your shoe against
the end of the hinge , and move it just enough
to remove the pin, then slowly allow the spring
to move the hinge back to the “broil stop”
position, and leave it there. IMPORTANT: Be
careful not to disturb the arm when you remove the hinge assembly on the next page.
HINGE PIN
LOCATION
HINGE IN “CLOSED” POSITION
HINGE PIN
LOCATION
CAUTION: Personal Injury Hazard—The hinge
assembly arms are spring-loaded and can snap
back when the arm pins are removed. Keep your
fingers clear of the space between the oven door
liner and the arms when you perform the following
steps.
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HINGE IN “BROIL STOP” POSITION
7.
Remove the two flat-head screws from the
bottom of the hinge assembly, then, without
disturbing the arm, carefully lift the old hinge
assembly out of the oven door, and set it
aside.
UNHOOK THE
TAB FROM
THE SLOT
OVEN DOOR
LINER
8.
Use the bottom of your shoe, and move the
arm on the defective hinge assembly from the
“broil position” to the “fully closed” position so
that it cannot snap closed accidentally and
cause an injury.
9.
Install the new hinge assembly in the oven
door liner. Hook the tab at the top of the
assembly into the slot in the door liner, and
secure the bottom with two flat-head screws.
10. Using the bottom of your shoe, press down on
the hinge assembly arm that you just installed, and insert the pin into the hole in the
arm.
11. Reassemble the rest of the door and install it
on the range.
HINGE
ASSEMBLY
FLAT-HEAD
SCREWS
DOOR LINER
GLASS FRAME
INSULATION
RETAINER
LINER
PLATE
DOOR
INSULATION
INNER DOOR
GLASS
HINGE
ASSEMBLY
WINDOW SEAL
INNER GLASS
LEFT SIDE
TRIM
HINGE
ASSEMBLY
RIGHT SIDE
TRIM
BOTTOM TRIM
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REMOVING THE INNER DOOR GLASS
WARNING
8.
If you are replacing the window seal, (the
rope-type seal around the metal frame), remove and replace it at this time.
Electrical Shock Hazard
9.
Install the new inner door glass in the metal
frame.
Disconnect from electrical supply before servicing unit.
Failure to do so could result in death or electrical shock.
INNER
DOOR
GLASS
CAUTION: When you work on the gas range, be
careful when handling the sheet metal parts. Sharp
edges may be present, and you can cut yourself if
you are not careful.
DOOR
LINER
1.
Turn off the gas to the range and disconnect
the power cord from the wall outlet.
2.
Remove the oven door (see page 1-20 for the
procedure).
3.
10. Position the insulation around the metal frame.
11. Reinstall the insulation retainer in the door so
the edge is under the hinge assembly.
Remove the door handle, top trim, and outer
door glass from the oven door (see page
3-30).
4.
Remove the flat-head screws from the bottom
trim and remove the trim from the oven door.
5.
Remove one of the hinge assemblies from the
oven door (see page 3-31).
6.
Lift the side of the insulation retainer and slide
it out from under the remaining hinge assembly.
7.
Fold back the door insulation, and remove the
defective inner door glass from the metal
frame.
METAL
FRAME
12. Position the arm on the hinge assembly to be
installed to the “broil stop” position, then mount
it to the oven door with its two flat-head
screws. Make sure that the tab at the top of the
hinge fits into the slot in the door liner before
you mount the screws.
13. Using the bottom of your shoe, press down on
the hinge assembly arm, and insert the pin
into the hole in the arm.
14. Mount the bottom trim to the oven door with its
mounting screws.
15. Mount the outer door glass, top trim, and the
door handle to the door.
16. Reinstall the oven door on the range.
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REMOVING THE STORAGE DRAWER GLIDES
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect from electrical supply before servicing unit.
Failure to do so could result in death or electrical shock.
CAUTION: When you work on the gas range, be
careful when handling the sheet metal parts. Sharp
edges may be present, and you can cut yourself if
you are not careful.
1.
Turn off the gas to the range and disconnect
the power cord from the wall outlet.
2.
Slide the storage drawer out of the range.
3.
To replace a drawer glide, remove the screw
from the old drawer glide, remove the glide,
and replace it with a new one.
4.
To replace a front glide, remove the screw
from the old glide, remove the glide, and
replace it with a new one.
5.
To replace a front foot, remove the screws
from the old foot, remove the foot, and replace
it with a new one.
6.
Reinstall the storage drawer in the range and
make sure that it operates smoothly.
FRONT GLIDES
FRONT FEET
MOUNTING
SCREW
DRAWER
GLIDE
STORAGE
DRAWER
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COMPONENT DESCRIPTION & TESTING
TROUBLESHOOTING
PRESSURE REGULATOR
Test Procedure
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect from electrical supply before servicing unit.
Failure to do so could result in death or
electrical shock.
Occasionally it may be necessary to adjust the
outgoing pressure of the pressure regulator.
This is done by adjusting the tension spring of
the regulator. A gas pressure test device,
called a manometer, is used to monitor the
outgoing pressure during adjustment.
Description
The pressure regulator is a mechanical device
that reduces the higher incoming gas pressure to a lower outgoing pressure, and maintains a steady, even flow of gas.
The pressure regulator has one outlet that is
connected directly to the gas safety valve. The
inlet has a manual shutoff valve so that the
gas to the safety valve can be turned off.
To test the pressure regulator, perform the
following steps:
The common causes of pressure regulator
failure are:
a) Ruptured diaphragm.
b) Broken or weak valve.
c) Accumulated debris around the valve
seat.
d) Plugged vent.
The pressure regulator is normally replaced
rather than serviced, since it has few replaceable or serviceable parts, and is a relatively
inexpensive device.
1.
Attach one side of a manometer to a gas
source.
2.
Turn on the gas and allow the pressure to
move the water column. When the water
column has stopped, the gas pressure
can be determined from the scale. The
reading should be as follows:
Natural Gas:
Minimum pressure = 5-inches WCP
Maximum pressure = 14-inches WCP
L.P. Gas:
Minimum pressure = 11-inches WCP
Maximum pressure = 14-inches WCP
If the reading is not within the range shown,
the pressure regulator is defective and should
be replaced.
4-1
DUAL GAS SAFETY VALVE
Test Procedure
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect from electrical supply before servicing unit.
Failure to do so could result in death or
electrical shock.
1.
Description
Broil burner operates, but the bake burner
will not come on.
a) Place the oven in the BAKE mode, set
the oven thermostat to 350 degrees,
and observe the bake igniter. If the
igniter glows, go to step c. If the igniter
does not glow, go to step b.
b) Disconnect power, remove the wires
from the bake side of the gas safety
valve, and connect an ohmmeter
across the terminals of the gas safety
valve. If the meter reads approximately
1 Ω, the problem is in another component of the bake circuit. If the meter
reads infinity, replace the gas safety
valve.
c) Connect an ampmeter to the bake circuit. If the meter reads less than 3.2
amps, replace the bake igniter. If the
meter reads over 3.2 amps, replace
the gas safety valve.
The purpose of the gas safety valve is to control
gas to the bake and broil burners.
The dual gas safety valve has one gas input
and two gas outlets, one for the bake burner,
and one for the broil burner. It uses two identical electrically-operated devices, one for each
outlet, to control the gas flow. The devices are
made of an electric heater coil wrapped around
a bimetal strip. One end of the bimetal is
riveted to the plate of the valve, and the other
end has a rubber seal attached to it that covers a gas outlet. At room temperature, the
spring force of the bimetal presses the rubber
seal against the gas outlet. When current flows
through the heater, heat is applied to the
bimetal strip. The amount of heat necessary to
warp the bimetal enough to open the valve,
requires a minimum of 3.2 amps of current
flow in the circuit. The reason the valve is
designed not to open below 3.2 amps, is to
insure that the temperature of the oven igniter
is above 1800˚ F before the valve opens. Only
one burner in the oven may be in operation at
one time.
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2.
Bake burner operates, but the broil burner
will not come on.
b) Disconnect power from the range and
remove the wires from both sides of
the gas safety valve. Check each side
of the valve with an ohmmeter. If the
meter reads approximately 1 Ω on each
side of the gas safety valve, the problem is in another component. If the
meter reads infinity on either side of
the valve, replace the valve.
a) Place the oven in the BROIL mode,
set the oven thermostat to 350˚, and
observe the broil igniter. If the igniter
glows, go to step c. If the igniter does
not glow, go to step b.
b) Disconnect power from the range, remove the wires from the broil side of
the gas safety valve, and connect an
ohmmeter across the terminals of the
safety valve. If the meter reads approximately 1 Ω, the problem is in
another component of the broil circuit.
If the meter reads infinity, replace the
gas safety valve.
c) Connect an ampmeter to the broil circuit. If the meter reads less than 3.2
amps, replace the broil igniter. If the
meter reads over 3.2 amps, replace
the gas safety valve.
3.
4.
Bake burner will not turn off.
a) Observe the bake igniter. If the igniter
is glowing, check the selector switch,
the thermostat, and the electrical polarity of AC receptacle for the power
cord. If the igniter is not glowing, replace the gas safety valve.
5.
Broil burner will not turn off.
a) Observe the broil igniter. If the igniter
is glowing, check the selector switch,
the thermostat, and the electrical polarity of AC receptacle for the power
cord. If the igniter is not glowing, replace the gas safety valve.
The bake and broil burners will not operate.
a) Place the oven in the BAKE mode, set
the oven thermostat to 350˚, and observe the bake igniter. Place the oven
in the BROIL mode, and observe the
broil ignitor.
4-3
TOP BURNER GAS VALVES
Test Procedure
GAS OUTLET
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect from electrical supply before servicing unit.
GAS INLET
45˚
START GAS FLOW
0˚
REFERENCE
Failure to do so could result in death or
electrical shock.
90˚ FULL ON
FRONT PANEL
INDICATOR
108˚
108˚ LITE
1.
SPARK ON RANGE
OFF
SHAFT IN
OFF POSITION
90˚
Gas leak at the valve.
120˚
HI
LITE
a) Check to see if either the knob or the
valve stem is rubbing the control panel.
If so, align the manifold pipe before
replacing the valve. If the alignment is
good, replace the valve.
Note: Any type of side pressure on the valve
stem will cause the valve to leak.
Valve Shaft
Rotation
FRONT KNOB
VIEW
Knob Layout
Description
2.
The top burner gas valves control the gas flow
to the top burners. The valve is a barrel and
core, grease sealed, locking type valve. Before the stem can be turned, it must be pushed
in to unlock the valve. The valve is made up of
a hollow core, pressed into the barrel of the
valve by a spring, and sealed with grease. Gas
flows from the manifold pipe into the rear of
the valve and enters into the hollow core. The
core has one large and two small holes in its
side. When the stem of the valve is rotated,
the core rotates with it. As the core is rotated,
gas is allowed to flow from the large hole into
the mixer elbow.
The valve stem is hard to turn, or cannot
be turned.
a) Check to see if the control panel is
preventing the stem from being pushed
in. If so, adjust the manifold pipe. If
not, replace the valve.
3.
Valve lock release has failed.
a) Replace the valve.
4.
Valve is not greased.
a) Replace the valve.
5.
Minimum flame too high.
a) Make a minimum flame adjustment.
When the core is rotated 90-angular degrees,
the large hole in the core matches the hole in
the barrel allowing the maximum amount of
gas to flow. When the core is rotated past 90˚,
the gas flow is reduced. When the core is
rotated the full 210˚, the two small holes are
aligned with the hole in the barrel, and the only
path for gas to flow from the core, is through
the two small holes. The amount of gas that
flows through the two small holes, called the
minimum flame, is controlled by an adjustment screw, located in the center of the valve
stem. The adjustment of the minimum flame
should be made at the time the range is installed.
6.
Burner flame goes out when valve stem is
fully rotated.
a) Make a minimum flame adjustment.
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TOP BURNER IGNITOR SYSTEM
(4) Spark Ignitor Switches
Description
SWITCH PART # = Y-68014-3
PRINT COLOR = GREEN
RATING = 10A @ 120 VAC
ACTUATOR ROTATION = CCW
0˚ REF.
The maintop burner ignitor system consists of
the following components:
OFF
Ignitor Module
100˚
N
ON
INPUTS
L
1
HV
PROBE
50pF
140˚
3
2
IGNITOR
MODULE
4
OFF
55˚
4
SCOPE
2
1
OFF
OUTPUTS
IGNITOR MODULE #:
-5 THRU -7
INPUT VOLTAGE
92 - 132
190 - 253
INPUT CURRENT:
10 mA
5mA
MAX.
INPUT FREQUENCY:
50-60
50 - 60
HERTZ (Hz)
@ 203 VAC
1.2 MIN.
SPARKS
PER
SECOND
@ 230 VAC
2-4
@ 253 VAC
3-6
R
A
T
E
@ 102 VAC
1.0 MIN.
@ 120 VAC
2-4
@132 VAC
3-6
VAC
OUTPUT ENERGY:
SEE MODEL CHART
MIN.
OUTPUT VOLTAGE:
SEE MODEL CHART
MIN.
90 µ SECONDS INTO 50 pF
MIN.
OUTPUT PULSE WIDTH:
240˚
(4) Burner Ignitors
-1 THRU -4
S
P
A
R
K
0˚ REF.
ON
90˚
3
MEASURE ONE OUTPUT
INDEPENDENTLY WITH
REMAINING THREE
TIED TOGETHER TO
SCOPE COMMON
SWITCH PART # = Y-68014-1
PRINT COLOR = BLACK
RATING = 10A @ 120 VAC
ACTUATOR ROTATION = CCW
MODEL #
INPUT
VOLTAGE
END TAB
1 END ONLY
ENERGY
OUTPUT
PER
BURNER
MINIMUM
OUTPUT
VOLTAGE
Y-64450-1
120 VAC
SNAP-IN
6.5 mJ
16 kV
Y-64450-2
120 VAC
SCREW
MOUNT
6.5 mJ
16 kV
Y-64450-3
120 VAC
SNAP-IN
12 mJ
19 kV
Y-64450-4
120 VAC
SCREW
MOUNT
12 mJ
19 kV
Y-64450-5
120 VAC
SNAP-IN
Y-64450-6
230 VAC
SCREW
MOUNT
Y-64450-7
230 VAC
The ignitor module provides high voltage
pulses for the top burner igniters only. CAUTION: Do not attempt to measure the high
voltage output of the module.
When a burner knob is turned to the LITE
position, the ignitor switch on the valve stem
closes, and provides power to the module.
Internally, power is applied to a rectifier charging circuit, that pulses a step-up transformer
two or three times-per-second. The secondary
of the transformer has two windings, one for
each pair of maintop burner igniters. With two
outputs, one set of igniters can spark without
the other set sparking. There are no adjustments for the ignitor module.
4-5
OVEN BURNER IGNITERS
Test Procedure
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect from electrical supply before servicing unit.
OVEN
BURNER
IGNITOR
Failure to do so could result in death or
electrical shock.
Steady State Current = 2.5 TO 3.0 Amps @ 115 ±1 VAC @
75˚F ±10˚ Ambient.
1.
Cold Resistance = 50 Ω TO 1100 Ω @ 75˚F ±10˚ Ambient.
Igniter does not glow.
a) Turn the gas off and pull the range
away from the wall.
b) Disconnect the oven igniter quick-disconnect from the main harness connector.
c) Connect an ohmmeter across the terminals of the igniter plug. If the meter
reads less than 1000 Ω, check the
other components in the oven circuit
for an open. If the meter reads over
1000 Ω, replace the igniter.
Maximum Operating Temperature Not To Exceed 2650˚F @
115 ±1 VAC @ 75˚F ±10˚ Ambient.
Description
The purpose of the oven burner igniters is to ignite
the gas at the bake or broiler burner.
The silicon carbide oven igniter material provides the temperature needed to safely ignite
the oven burner. When electrical power is
applied to the silicon carbide, the temperature
of the material increases by two, and the resistance of the material decreases. By placing a
current-sensitive safety valve electrically in
series with the oven igniter, the safety valve
opens when the igniter goes above a certain
temperature. This combination used in the
oven circuit is designed to have the safety
valve open when the oven igniter is at, or
above, 1800˚ F. The current in the circuit is
3.2 amps.
2.
Oven igniter glows, but the gas safety
valve does not open.
a) Turn the gas off and pull the range
away from the wall.
b) Disconnect the oven igniter quick-disconnect from the main harness connector.
c) Connect an ampmeter across the terminals of the igniter plug. If the meter
reads 3.2 amps or higher, check the
gas pressure for gas at the safety
valve, and the safety valve itself.
If the meter reads less than 3.2 amps,
and the line voltage is over 100-volts
AC, replace the igniter.
If the voltage and current is normal,
check the output of the pressure regulator. If the pressure drops and
bounces back more than .2 inch, replace the regulator.
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WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect from electrical supply before servicing unit.
Failure to do so could result in death or
electrical shock.
MANUAL OVEN LIGHT SWITCH
(SOME MODELS)
AUTOMATIC OVEN LIGHT
SWITCH
NORMALLY OPEN
(GOLD) CONTACTS
DOOR OPEN = SWITCH OPEN
NORMALLY CLOSED
DOOR OPEN =
SWITCH CLOSED
Description
Description
The automatic oven light switch contacts are
normally open when the oven door is closed
and the plunger is pushed in. When the door
opens, the plunger is pushed out, the contacts
close, and 120-volts is applied to the light,
which then turns on.
The manual oven light switch has two positions: one position is off, and the other is on.
When the switch is pushed to on, the colored
area of the switch rocker is exposed, and 120volts is applied to the oven light, which then
turns on.
Test Procedure
Test Procedure
To test the automatic oven light switch, perform the following steps:
To test the manual oven light switch, perform
the following steps:
1.
Use an ohmmeter and set the range switch
to R x 1.
1.
Use an ohmmeter and set the range switch
to R x 1.
2.
With no power applied, remove the wires
from the switch terminals.
2.
With no power applied, remove the wires
from the switch terminals.
3.
Touch the leads of the ohmmeter to the
gold terminals of the switch and the meter
should indicate an open circuit (infinity
∞).
3.
Press the switch rocker so the colored
part is exposed (On).
4.
Touch the leads of the ohmmeter to the
terminals of the switch and the meter
should show continuity.
5.
Press in on the switch rocker so that the
colored area is not visible, and the meter
should indicate an open circuit (infinity
∞).
4.
Press in on the switch button, and the
meter should indicate continuity.
5.
Touch the leads of the ohmmeter to the
silver terminals of the switch and the meter
should show continuity.
6.
Press in on the switch button and the
meter should indicate an open circuit (infinity ∞).
If the above results are not obtained, the switch
is defective and should be replaced.
If the above results are not obtained, the switch
is defective and should be replaced.
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3.
OVEN LIGHT
Test Procedure
4.
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect from electrical supply before servicing unit.
5.
Failure to do so could result in death or
electrical shock.
6.
If the oven light does not work:
1.
2.
Remove the oven light bulb and test it for
continuity. If the meter reads infinity, the
bulb is defective. If the meter shows continuity, reinstall the light bulb, and go to
the next step.
Disconnect power from the range, and
check the automatic oven light switch (and
the manual light switch, if one is installed)
for continuity with the switch contacts
closed. Also make sure that none of the
wire terminals are loose or shorted to the
chassis.
7.
4-8
Reconnect power to the range and touch
the AC voltmeter leads to one of the light
switch terminals and the neutral side of
the line. If the meter reads zero, the wire
from the terminal block of the switch is
open. If the meter reads 120-volts AC, go
to the next step.
Turn the light switch on and touch the AC
voltmeter leads to the other light switch
terminal and the neutral side of the line. If
the meter reads zero, the switch is open.
If the meter reads 120-volts AC, go to the
next step.
Disconnect power from the range, and
remove the rear panel.
Reconnect power to the range and touch
the AC voltmeter leads to the red lead at
the light socket terminals and neutral side
of the line. If the meter reads zero, the
wire from the light switch to the socket is
open. If the meter reads 120-volts AC, go
to the next step.
Touch the AC voltmeter leads to the white
lead at the light socket terminals and
neutral side of the line. If the meter reads
zero, the socket is defective. If the meter
reads 120-volts AC, the neutral line is
open.
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DOOR LATCH ASSEMBLY
Test Procedure
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect from electrical supply before servicing unit.
Failure to do so could result in death or
electrical shock.
Door Latch Solenoid
Description
The purpose of the door latch is to lock the oven
door during the self-clean cycle. The door latch
assembly consists of a solenoid and a switch.
SOLENOID
TERMINALS
The latch assembly prevents the oven door
from being opened during the self-clean cycle,
when the oven temperature is above 600˚F.
To test the solenoid windings, perform the
following steps:
The door latch solenoid operates on a 120-volt
dc pulse from the oven control. When the door
is in the unlocked position, the solenoid plunger
is extended. When the latch sensing switch is
open, the control senses that the door is unlocked. When the latch sensing switch closes,
the oven control senses that the door is locked.
The latch sensing switch, mounted on the
solenoid bracket, is in the N.O. (normallyopen) position. During the self-clean cycle,
the oven control sends a 120-volt dc pulse to
the solenoid windings, which pulls the plunger
in, and moves the latch actuator rod to lock the
oven door. The movement of the rod also
activates the latch sensing switch and closes
it. When the self-clean cycle is over, and the
oven temperature reaches approximately 600˚,
the oven control sends a 120-volt dc pulse to
the solenoid, the plunger is pushed out, the
latch actuator rod releases the door and unlocks it, and the sensing switch opens. There
are no adjustments for the latch.
1.
Use an ohmmeter and set the range switch
to R x 1.
2.
With no power applied, remove the wire
from either solenoid terminal.
3.
Touch the leads of the ohmmeter to the
terminals of the solenoid. You should obtain a reading of between 45 Ω and 65Ω.
If the reading is not within the range shown,
the solenoid is defective and should be replaced.
Latch Sensing Switch
NC
COM
TERMINALS
NO
SWITCH
To test the latch sensing switch, perform the
following steps:
1.
With no power applied, touch the ohmmeter leads to the two switch terminals. The
meter should indicate an open circuit (infinity ∞).
2.
Close the switch and the ohmmeter should
indicate 0 Ω (short circuit).
If the above results are not obtained, the switch
is defective and should be replaced.
4-9
OVEN TEMPERATURE SENSOR
Test Procedure
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect from electrical supply before servicing unit.
Failure to do so could result in death or
electrical shock.
OVEN TEMPERATURE
SENSOR
2-WIRE
SENSOR
CONNECTOR
Description
The operation of the Bake, Broil, and SelfClean cycles is controlled by the oven control
and the oven temperature sensor. The oven
temperature sensor is a “Resistance Temperature Detector” (RTD), and is composed of
a stainless steel tube with a thin film of platinum at the end. It is located at the upper left
rear corner of the oven cavity. The RTD is a
nonadjustable assembly, but may be checked
at room temperature, or at 350˚F. A sensor
resistance of less than 550 ohms is regarded
as a shorted sensor, and a resistance greater
than 3000 ohms is regarded as an open sensor. When the oven control senses a resistance of less than 550 ohms, and greater than
3000 ohms, the bake and broil functions will
be turned off.
To test the oven temperature sensor, perform
the following steps:
1.
Use an ohmmeter and set the range switch
to R x 10.
2.
With no power applied, touch the leads of
the ohmmeter to the connector pins of the
sensor (you do not have to separate the
connectors). Depending upon the oven
temperature, you should obtain the corresponding reading:
Temperature (˚F)
Resistance (Ω)
32 ± 1.9
75 ± 2.5
250 ± 4.4
350 ± 5.4
450 ± 6.9
550 ± 8.2
650 ± 8.6
900 ± 13.6
1000
1091
1453
1654
1853
2047
2237
2697
±
±
±
±
±
±
±
±
4.0
5.3
8.9
10.8
13.5
15.8
18.5
24.4
NOTE: If the readings vary more than 25˚F
from the selected setting, the oven control
should be calibrated, as described on page
4-13.
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Troubleshooting Chart
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Certain procedures in this section require
electrical tests or measurements while power
is applied to the range. Exercise extreme
caution at all times. If test points are not
easily accessible, disconnect power, attach
test equipment, and reapply power to test.
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SOLUTION
Oven will not operate.
Oven control is not set properly.
Reset the oven control (see the Use &
Care Guide for instructions describing
the function you are operating).
A delay start has been programmed.
Wait for the start time to be reached.
Range is not plugged in.
Plug power cord into a live AC outlet.
A household fuse or circuit breaker
has opened.
Replace fuse or reset the breaker.
Burner ports are clogged.
Clean burner ports with straight pin.
Burner flames are uneven.
Burner ports are clogged.
Clean burner ports with straight pin.
Burner flames lift off ports, are yellow, or are noisy when turned off.
The air-to-gas mixture is incorrect.
Adjust air shutters for bake or broil
burners.
Top burner ports are clogged. Clean
or replace burner.
Burner makes “popping” noise when
on.
Burner is wet.
Allow burner to dry.
Burners spark.
It is normal for all four burners to spark
briefly when:
Burner fails to light.
• A draft is blowing on the burners.
• A very large pot on burner causes
flame to be unstable.
• The burner is turned on but has not
ignited.
Continuous sparking may be caused
when:
• A switch contact is wet.
• There is a faulty ignitor module.
• The wall outlet wiring is not
correct.
4-11
Allow switch to dry.
Replace the ignitor module.
Rewire wall outlet.
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SOLUTION
Control knob will not turn.
Press in on the knob before turning.
If knob is still hard to turn, replace the
gas valve.
The self-clean cycle will not operate.
A delay start time has been programmed.
Wait for the start time to be reached.
The cooling fan is not running.
Check the cooling fan wiring.
Test the control panel shutdown switch.
Replace the motor.
“PF” shows on the display.
There has been a power failure.
Reset the clock.
A failure code (E3, F1, etc.) is showing on the display.
Press the CANCEL/OFF keypad.
If the code does not disappear, refer
to page 4-14, and identify the cause of
the error message to help you correct
the problem.
The keypads do not operate.
The Control Lock has been set.
Press and hold the Control Lock keypad for 5-seconds to unlock the keypads.
The range is not properly grounded.
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OVEN TEMPERATURE CALIBRATION
(ELECTRONIC OVEN CONTROLS)
The oven temperature is factory-calibrated.
The calibration temperature can be increased
to a maximum 35˚, in 5˚ increments. To change
the calibration temperature,perform the following steps.
1.
Touch and hold the BAKE keypad for
4-seconds, and the display will indicate
the present “oven calibration” temperature.
2.
Touch the BAKE keypad until the display
increases by 5˚, then remove your finger
from the keypad for 1-second. To con-
tinue increasing the temperature in 5˚
increments, touch and release the keypad in 1-second intervals, until the desired temperature is reached (up to +35˚).
3.
To decrease the calibration temperature
from the maximum setting, press and release the BAKE keypad in 1-second intervals. The readings will change to –35˚, and
decrease to 0, or its original temperature
setting. The cycle will then start over.
4.
To exit the “temperature calibration” mode,
press the CANCEL/OFF keypad.
ERROR CODES
(ELECTRONIC OVEN CONTROLS)
NORMAL CODES
the range. Each code can be cancelled by
pressing the CANCEL/OFF keypad. The code
will return if the user attempts to use the range
before the failure has been corrected. All error
code data is shown on the next page.
The microcomputer contains self-diagnostic
codes that will be displayed on the control
panel whenever a failure occurs when using
4-13
4-Digit
Display
3-Digit
Display
F1
E0
E1
E2
E0
E1
F2
F3
E0
E1
E2
E3
Likely Cause
Corrective Action
EEPROM communications.
EEPROM checksum failure.
1. Use the CANCEL/OFF keypad and verify the failure (if
not displayed).
2. Disconnect the power for at least 30-seconds and recheck.
UL A/D error(s).
1. Use the CANCEL/OFF keypad and verify the failure (if
not displayed).
2. Disconnect the power for at least 30-seconds and recheck.
3. Make sure that keypad cable is plugged in and seated in
connector on back of control.
4. Reapply power and observe for a minimum of 1-minute.
5. If failure remains, replace the control.
Shorted keypad.
Keypad cable unplugged.
1. Measure the sensor value between the connector pins.
You should measure between 1000Ω @32˚F and 2697Ω
@ 900˚F. If the measurement does not correlate to real
temperature, replace the sensor, and reference steps 3
through 5.
Also measure from the sensor connector to the sensor
casing for a possible short.
2. Trace the wires and connectors to the sensor from the
control, then from the sensor back to the control.If all
connections are okay and there is no wire damage,
reference step 3 through 5.
3. Disconnect the power for at least 30-seconds.
Oven sensor opened.
Oven sensor shorted.
Bake range overtemp.
Clean range overtemp.
4. Reapply power and observe for a minimum of 1-minute.
5. If failure remains, replace the control, and then repeat
step 4.
F5
E0
E1
E1
Door & latch switches do not
agree.
1. If the door is latched:
Solenoid not operating or latch
switch failure.
Latch during clean error.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
4-14
a) Disconnect power and check wires and connectors
from the control to the door switch, then from the door
switch to the control. If okay, proceed to step b).
b) Replace the door switch.
c) Reapply power and observe for a minimum of 1minute.
If the door is not latched:
a) Disconnect power and check wires and connectors
from the control to the latch switch, then from the
latch switch to the control. If okay, proceed to step b).
b) Repeat step a) for the door switch.
Measure the door switch. The door open = switch open
small low voltage terminals.
Measure the latch switch. Unlatch = switch open. CAUTION: The oven light contacts are closed.
If corrections are made, reconnect the control and varify
the operation.
If the failure remains, replace the control.
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TECH TIPS
WIRING DIAGRAM 1
N
L1
TIMER
(IF EQUIPPED)
BK
OVEN LIGHT
MANUAL
OVEN LIGHT
SWITCH
(IF EQUIPPED)
W
BK
OVEN CONTROL
TRANSFORMER
V
V
P1-5
Y
DOOR
LIGHT SW.
Y
GY
N.O.
LATCH
SOLENOID
W
DOOR
LATCH SW.
LATCH SOLENOID
RELAY
R
P3-4
BK
BK
N.O.
BU
P4 BR
P1-7
R
BAKE VALVE
P3-1
BROIL
RELAY
P3-2
BU
P2-4
W
BAKE IGNITOR
BU
P2-1
BAKE
RELAY
GND
P5
P1-3
P1-6
BK
W
W
P1-1
OVEN
TEMP
SENSOR
DOOR
LATCH SW.
BROIL VALVE
P2-2
BROIL IGNITOR
W
W
BK
SURFACE BURNER
IGNITOR SWITCHES
IGNITOR MODULE
5-1
W
WIRING DIAGRAM 2
N
L1
OVEN CONTROL
BK
BK
P4-3
W
P4-1
OVEN LIGHT
TRANSFORMER
Y
P4-4
GND
W
BK
P3-3
DOOR
SW.
Y
OVEN TEMP
SENSOR
DOOR LOCK
SOLENOID
BR
P4-5
P3-4
W
DOOR
LATCH SW.
LATCH SOLENOID
RELAY
V
W
P3-6
GY
P3-1
N.O.
COM
GY
P3-2
P3-7
V
BK
P2-2
BU
P2-1
BU
BROIL RELAY
P2-3
G
BU
BROIL VALVE
R
P2-4
BROIL IGNITOR
BAKE RELAY
R
P3-5
R
BAKE VALVE
GND
BAKE IGNITOR
SURFACE BURNER
IGNITOR SWITCHES
IGNITOR MODULE
5-2
W
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STRIP CIRCUITS
BROIL
OVEN CONTROL
L1
N
TRANSFORMER
BK
P5
P2-1
W
OVEN CONTROL
BROIL VALVE
BROIL RELAY
BK
P3-1
P3-2
BU
BROIL IGNITOR
BAKE RELAY
W
P2-2
V
V
P1-6
P1-7
SENSOR
BAKE
OVEN CONTROL
L1
N
TRANSFORMER
BK
P5
P2-1
OVEN CONTROL
BAKE VALVE
BROIL RELAY
BK
P3-1
P3-4
R
BAKE IGNITOR
BAKE RELAY
W
P2-4
V
V
P1-6
P1-7
SENSOR
QUICK DISCONNECT PLUGS
P1 1
Y
P2 1
W
W
W
P3 1
BK
BU
R
BU
5-3
GY
V
V
W
CLEAN
OVEN CONTROL
L1
N
TRANSFORMER
BK
P5
P2-1
OVEN CONTROL
BAKE VALVE
BROIL RELAY
BK
P3-1
P3-4
BU
BAKE RELAY
BAKE IGNITOR
W
P2-4
V
V
P1-6
P1-7
SENSOR
P1-1
P1-3
LATCH RELAY*
(N.O.)
P4
BR
LATCH
SOLENOID
Y
OVEN LIGHT
SWITCH
GY
P1-5
DOOR LATCH
SWITCH
BU
GY
W
* PULSE 1 SECOND
CLOCK DISPLAY ON
L1
N
OVEN CONTROL
BK
TRANSFORMER
P5
W
P2-1
OVEN LIGHT
OVEN LIGHT
N
L1
W
W
5-4
BK
W
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SPECIFICATIONS
Whirlpool Models
Gas Model Number
SF350BEE W
SF360BEE W/N
SF372BEE W/N
SF372BEE Q/Z
Self-Clean
Self-Clean
Self-Clean
Self-Clean
Open
Sealed
Sealed
Sealed
90
90
90
90
Black Glass
Black Glass
Black Glass
Wht/Almd Glass
No
No
No
No
Waist High
Waist High
Waist High
Waist High
Knob ET
EZ100
CT-150 (EZ150)
CT-150 (EZ150)
No
Yes - 1
Yes - 1
Yes - 1
46.67"
46.67"
46.67"
46.67"
Height To Maintop
36"
36"
36"
36"
Depth Overall
25"
25"
25"
25"
Depth To Manifold Panel
25"
25"
25"
25"
26.9"
26.9"
26.9"
26.9"
45.94"
45.94"
45.94"
45.94"
29.875"
29.875"
29.875"
29.875"
E
E
E
E
Black
Black
Black
White/Almond
Alum. / New WHR
Alum. / New WHR
Alum. / New WHR
Alum. / New WHR
High
High
High
High
Center
Center
Center
Center
Knob ET
EZ100
CT-150 (EZ150)
CT-150 (EZ150)
Timer
None
None
In CT-150 (EZ150)
In CT-150 (EZ150)
Countdown Timer
None
Yes
Yes
Yes
Coord w/Oven
Door
Coord w/Oven
Door
Coord w/Oven
Door
Coord w/Oven
Door
Safety Gas Shutoff
No
No
No
No
Manual Oven Light Switch
No
No
No
No
Oven Heating Light Indicator
In Oven Control
In Oven Control
In Oven Control
In Oven Control
End Cap Color
Coord w/ Cntrl
Panel
Coord w/ Cntrl
Panel
Coord w/ Cntrl
Panel
Coord w/ Cntrl
Panel
General Information:
Cleaning System
Burner Type
Valve Degrees
Oven Door Type
Oven Window & Size
Broiler Type
Oven Controls
Oven Light
Dimensions:
Height - Overall
Depth With Handle
Depth With Oven Door Open
Width
Approximate Shipping Weight
Backguard Features:
Decoration Panel Color
Panel Construction/Shape
Backguard Height
Oven Control Location
Oven Controls
Overlay & Manifold Panel Color
5-5
Gas Model Number
SF350BEE W
SF360BEE W/N
SF372BEE W/N
SF372BEE Q/Z
High UpSwp-Porc.
High UpSwp-Porc.
High UpSwp-Porc.
High UpSwp-Porc.
Open
Sealed
Sealed
Sealed
N/A
Porcelain
Porcelain
Porcelain
Ignition
Electronic
Electronic
Electronic
Electronic
Gas Valves
90 Degree
90 Degree
90 Degree
90 Degree
Burner BTU: Right Front
9,000 BTU
9,500 BTU
9,500 BTU
9,500 BTU
Burner BTU: Left Front
9,000 BTU
9,500 BTU
9,500 BTU
9,500 BTU
Burner BTU: Right Rear
9,000 BTU
6,500 BTU
(smaller)
6,500 BTU
(smaller)
6,500 BTU
(smaller)
Burner BTU: Left Rear
9,000 BTU
7,500 BTU
7,500 BTU
7,500 BTU
L.P. Convertible
Yes - Spud
Yes - Spud
Yes - Spud
Yes - Spud
Whr Stmpd. Stl-Blk
Whr Stmpd. Stl-Blk
Whr Stmpd. Stl-Blk
Stmpd. Steel
Gray/Alm.
None
None
None
None
Porcelain
N/A
N/A
N/A
Center
Center
Center
Center
WHR Barrel
WHR Barrel
WHR Barrel
WHR Barrel
Yes
No
No
No
2
N/A
N/A
N/A
Painted
Painted
Painted
Painted
Porcelain
Porcelain
Porcelain
Porcelain
Yes - Four
Yes - Four
Yes - Four
Yes - Four
Self-Clean
Self-Clean
Self-Clean
Self-Clean
4.65 cubic ft.
4.65 cubic ft.
4.65 cubic ft.
4.65 cubic ft.
Oven Width
24.25"
24.25"
24.25"
24.25"
Oven Height
17.5"
17.5"
17.5"
17.5"
Oven Depth
19.0"
19.0"
19.0"
19.0"
Porcelain
Porcelain
Porcelain
Porcelain
Broiler Type
Waist High
Waist High
Waist High
Waist High
Broiler Output
10,000 BTU
10,000 BTU
10,000 BTU
10,000 BTU
Cooktop Features:
Cooktop Type
Burner Type
Burner Cap Type
Grate Type
Drip Pans
Burner Box - Finish
Oven Control Location
Knobs (Color Coord w/Manifold)
Lift-Up Cooktop
Support Rods
Main Chassis Features:
Cabinet
Front Frame
Leveling Legs - Plastic
Oven Features:
Oven Type
Oven Capacity
Oven Cavity Finish
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Gas Model Number
SF350BEE W
SF360BEE W/N
SF372BEE W/N
SF372BEE Q/Z
Heat Seal
Fiberglass
Fiberglass
Fiberglass
Fiberglass
Broiler Pan Finish
Porcelain
Porcelain
Porcelain
Porcelain
Broiler Grid Finish
Porcelain
Porcelain
Porcelain
Porcelain
No
Yes - 1
Yes - 1
Yes - 1
Auto Oven Light Switch
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Manual Oven Light Switch
No
No
No
No
Black Glass
Black Glass
Black Glass
Wht /Almd. Glass
No
No
No
No
Yes - Auto
Yes - Auto
Yes - Auto
Yes - Auto
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Oven Door Vent Color
Color Coord w/Door
Color Coord w/Door
Color Coord w/Door
Color Coord w/Door
Oven Door Liner Finish
Porcelain
Porcelain
Porcelain
Porcelain
Whr Curved
Whr Curved
Whr Curved
Whr Curved
Lower Broiler Panel
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Lower Storage Drawer
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Drawer Front
Porc. - Sd Pnl.
Coord.
Porc. - Sd Pnl.
Coord.
Porc. - Sd Pnl.
Coord.
Porc. - Sd Pnl.
Coord.
Drawer Width
22.0
22.0
22.0
22.0
Drawer Height
2.95
2.95
2.95
2.95
Drawer Depth
16.26
16.26
16.26
16.26
Glides
Nylon
Nylon
Nylon
Nylon
Drawn Handle
Drawn Handle
Drawn Handle
Drawn Handle
3196289A
3196290B
3196291B
3196291B
3196333
3196334
3196334
3196334
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
On Backguard
On Backguard
On Backguard
On Backguard
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Oven Features (Continued):
Oven Light In Cavity
Oven Door Features:
Oven Door Type
Oven Door Window & Size
Door Latch
Removable Door & Hinge
Oven Door Handle
Lower Panel/Door:
Drawer Handle
Literature:
Use & Care Guide
Tech Sheets
Installation Instructions
Other Specifications:
Corporate Symbol
AGA Approval
5-7
Gas Model Number
SF375PEE W/N
SF375PEE Q/Z
SF385PEE W/N
Self-Clean
Self-Clean
Self-Clean
Sealed
Sealed
Sealed
90
90
200
Black Glass
White Glass
Black Glass
Yes - Standard
Yes - Standard
Yes - Standard
Waist High
Waist High
Waist High
CT-150 (EZ150)
CT-150 (EZ150)
LEOC (EZ-200)
Yes - 1
Yes - 1
Yes - 1
46.67"
46.67"
46.67"
Height To Maintop
36"
36"
36"
Depth Overall
25"
25"
25"
Depth To Manifold Panel
25"
25"
25"
26.9"
26.9"
26.9"
Depth With Oven Door Open
45.94"
45.94"
45.94"
Width
29.875"
29.875"
29.875"
E
E
E
Black
White/Almond
Black
Alum. / New WHR
Alum. / New WHR
Alum. / New WHR
High
High
High
Center
Center
Center
CT-150 (EZ150)
CT-150 (EZ150)
LEOC (EZ-200)
In CT-150 (EZ150)
In CT-150 (EZ150)
In EZ-200
Yes
Yes
Yes
Coord w/Oven
Door
Coord w/Oven
Door
Coord w/Oven
Door
No
No
No
Yes - Rocker
Yes - Rocker
Yes - Touch
Oven Heating Light Indicator
In Oven Control
In Oven Control
In Oven Control
End Cap Color
Coord w/ Cntrl
Panel
Coord w/ Cntrl
Panel
Coord w/ Cntrl
Panel
General Information:
Cleaning System
Burner Type
Valve Degrees
Oven Door Type
Oven Window & Size
Broiler Type
Oven Controls
Oven Light
Dimensions:
Height - Overall
Depth With Handle
Approximate Shipping Weight
Backguard Features:
Decoration Panel Color
Panel Construction/Shape
Backguard Height
Oven Control Location
Oven Controls
Timer
Countdown Timer
Overlay & Manifold Panel Color
Safety Gas Shutoff
Manual Oven Light Switch
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Gas Model Number
SF375PEE W/N
SF375PEE Q/Z
SF385PEE W/N
High UpSwp-Porc.
High UpSwp-Porc.
High UpSwp-Porc.
Sealed
Sealed
Sealed
Burner Cap Type
Porcelain
Porcelain
Porcelain
Ignition
Electronic
Electronic
Electronic
Gas Valves
90 Degree
90 Degree
200 Degree
Burner BTU: Right Front
9,500 BTU
9,500 BTU
9,500 BTU
Burner BTU: Left Front
9,500 BTU
9,500 BTU
9,500 BTU
Burner BTU: Right Rear
6,500 BTU
(smaller)
6,500 BTU
(smaller)
6,500 BTU
(smaller)
Burner BTU: Left Rear
7,500 BTU
7,500 BTU
7,500 BTU
L.P. Convertible
Yes - Spud
Yes - Spud
Yes - Spud
Stmpd. Stl-Blk
Stmpd. Stl/Gry Al
Cast Iron - Blk
Drip Pans
None
None
None
Burner Box - Finish
N/A
N/A
N/A
Center
Center
Center
WHR Barrel
WHR Barrel
WHR Barrel
Lift-Up Cooktop
No
No
No
Support Rods
N/A
N/A
N/A
Painted
Painted
Painted
Front Frame
Porcelain
Porcelain
Porcelain
Leveling Legs - Plastic
Yes - Four
Yes - Four
Yes - Four
Self-Clean
Self-Clean
Self-Clean
4.65 cubic ft.
4.65 cubic ft.
4.65 cubic ft.
Oven Width
24.25"
24.25"
24.25"
Oven Height
17.5"
17.5"
17.5"
Oven Depth
19.0"
19.0"
19.0"
Porcelain
Porcelain
Porcelain
Broiler Type
Waist High
Waist High
Waist High
Broiler Output
10,000 BTU
10,000 BTU
10,000 BTU
Cooktop Features:
Cooktop Type
Burner Type
Grate Type
Oven Control Location
Knobs (Color Coord w/Manifold)
Main Chassis Features:
Cabinet
Oven Features:
Oven Type
Oven Capacity
Oven Cavity Finish
5-9
Gas Model Number
SF375PEE W/N
SF375PEE Q/Z
SF385PEE W/N
Heat Seal
Fiberglass
Fiberglass
Fiberglass
Broiler Pan Finish
Porcelain
Porcelain
Porcelain
Broiler Grid Finish
Porcelain
Porcelain
Porcelain
Yes - 1
Yes - 1
Yes - 1
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes - Rocker
Yes - Rocker
Yes - Touch
Black Glass
White Glass
Black Glass
Yes - Standard
Yes - Standard
Yes - Standard
Yes - Auto
Yes - Auto
Yes - Auto
Yes
Yes
Yes
Oven Door Vent Color
Color Coord w/Door
Color Coord w/Door
Color Coord w/Door
Oven Door Liner Finish
Porcelain
Porcelain
Porcelain
Whr Curved
Whr Curved
Whr Curved
Lower Broiler Panel
N/A
N/A
N/A
Lower Storage Drawer
Yes
Yes
Yes
Drawer Front
Porc. - Sd Pnl.
Coord
Porc. - Sd Pnl.
Coord
Porc. - Sd Pnl.
Coord
Drawer Width
22.0
22.0
22.0
Drawer Height
2.95
2.95
2.95
Drawer Depth
16.26
16.26
16.26
Glides
Nylon
Nylon
Nylon
Drawn Handle
Drawn Handle
Drawn Handle
3196291B
3196291B
3196292B
3196193
3196193
3196061
Yes
Yes
Yes
On Backguard
On Backguard
On Backguard
Yes
Yes
Yes
Oven Features (Continued):
Oven Light In Cavity
Auto Oven Light Switch
Manual Oven Light Switch
Oven Door Features:
Oven Door Type
Oven Door Window & Size
Door Latch
Removable Door & Hinge
Oven Door Handle
Lower Panel/Door:
Drawer Handle
Literature:
Use & Care Guide
Tech Sheets
Installation Instructions
Other Specifications:
Corporate Symbol
AGA Approval
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Gas Model Number
SF385PEE Q/Z
SF395LEE Q/Z/B
Self-Clean
Self-Clean
Sealed
Sealed
200
200
Oven Door Type
Wht/Almd Glass
Wht/Almd/blk
Glass
Oven Window & Size
Yes - Standard
Yes - Large
Waist High
Waist High
LEOC (EZ-200)
EOC (EZ-300)
Yes - 1
Yes - 1
46.67"
46.67"
Height To Maintop
36"
36"
Depth Overall
25"
25"
Depth To Manifold Panel
25"
25"
26.9"
26.9"
45.94"
45.94"
29.875"
29.875"
E
E
White/Almond
Wht/Alm/Blk
Alum. / New WHR
Alum. / New WHR
High
High
Center
Center
LEOC (EZ-200)
EOC (EZ-300)
In EZ-200
In EZ-300
Yes
Yes
Coord w/Oven
Door
Coord w/Oven
Door
No
No
Yes - Touch
Yes - Touch
Oven Heating Light Indicator
In Oven Control
In Oven Control
End Cap Color
Coord w/ Cntrl
Panel
Black Plastic
General Information:
Cleaning System
Burner Type
Valve Degrees
Broiler Type
Oven Controls
Oven Light
Dimensions:
Height - Overall
Depth With Handle
Depth With Oven Door Open
Width
Approximate Shipping Weight
Backguard Features:
Decoration Panel Color
Panel Construction/Shape
Backguard Height
Oven Control Location
Oven Controls
Timer
Countdown Timer
Overlay & Manifold Panel Color
Safety Gas Shutoff
Manual Oven Light Switch
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Gas Model Number
SF385PEE Q/Z
SF395LEE Q/Z/B
High UpSwp-Porc.
High UpSwp-Porc.
Sealed
Sealed
Burner Cap Type
Porcelain
Porcelain
Ignition
Electronic
Electronic
Gas Valves
200 Degree
200 Degree
Burner BTU: Right Front
9,500 BTU
9,500 BTU
Burner BTU: Left Front
9,500 BTU
9,500 BTU
Burner BTU: Right Rear
6,500 BTU
(smaller)
6,500 BTU
(smaller)
Burner BTU: Left Rear
7,500 BTU
7,500 BTU
L.P. Convertible
Yes - Spud
Yes - Spud
Cast Iron - Gry/Alm
Cast - Gry/Alm/Blk
None
None
N/A
N/A
Center
Center
WHR Barrel
WHR Barrel
Lift-Up Cooktop
No
No
Support Rods
N/A
N/A
Painted
Painted
Front Frame
Porcelain
Porcelain
Leveling Legs - Plastic
Yes - Four
Yes - Four
Self-Clean
Self-Clean
4.65 cubic ft.
4.65 cubic ft.
Oven Width
24.25"
24.25"
Oven Height
17.5"
17.5"
Oven Depth
19.0"
19.0"
Oven Cavity Finish
Porcelain
Porcelain
Broiler Type
Waist High
Waist High
10,000 BTU
10,000 BTU
Cooktop Features:
Cooktop Type
Burner Type
Grate Type
Drip Pans
Burner Box - Finish
Oven Control Location
Knobs (Color Coord w/Manifold)
Main Chassis Features:
Cabinet
Oven Features:
Oven Type
Oven Capacity
Broiler Output
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Gas Model Number
SF385PEE Q/Z
SF395LEE Q/Z/B
Heat Seal
Fiberglass
Fiberglass
Broiler Pan Finish
Porcelain
Porcelain
Broiler Grid Finish
Porcelain
Porcelain
Yes - 1
Yes - 1
Yes
Yes
Yes - Touch
Yes - Touch
Wht /Almd. Glass
Wht/Alm/Blk. Glass
Yes - Standard
Yes - Large
Yes - Auto
Yes - Auto
Yes
Yes
Oven Door Vent Color
Color Coord
w/Door
Color Coord
w/Door
Oven Door Liner Finish
Porcelain
Porcelain
Whr Curved
Whr Curved
Lower Broiler Panel
N/A
N/A
Lower Storage Drawer
Yes
Yes
Drawer Front
Porc. - Sd Pnl.
Coord
Porc. - Sd Pnl.
Coord
Drawer Width
22.0
22.0
Drawer Height
2.95
2.95
Drawer Depth
16.26
16.26
Glides
Nylon
Nylon
Drawn Handle
Drawn Handle
3196292B
3196293A
3196061
3196061
Yes
Yes
On Backguard
On Backguard
Yes
Yes
Oven Features (Continued):
Oven Light In Cavity
Auto Oven Light Switch
Manual Oven Light Switch
Oven Door Features:
Oven Door Type
Oven Door Window & Size
Door Latch
Removable Door & Hinge
Oven Door Handle
Lower Panel/Door:
Drawer Handle
Literature:
Use & Care Guide
Tech Sheets
Installation Instructions
Other Specifications:
Corporate Symbol
AGA Approval
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Roper Models
Gas Model Number
FGS335E W/N
FGS335E Q
Self-Clean
Self-Clean
Open
Open
90
90
Black Glass
White Glass
No
No
Waist High
Waist High
Knob - Elect.
Therm.
Knob - Elect.
Therm.
No
No
46.1"
46.1"
Height To Maintop
36"
36"
Depth Overall
25"
25"
Depth To Manifold Panel
25"
25"
Depth With Handle
26.9"
26.9"
Depth With Oven Door Open
45.94"
45.94"
29.875"
29.875"
E
E
Black
White
Aluminum / Roper
Aluminum / Roper
High
High
Center
Center
Knob - Elect.
Therm.
Knob - Elect.
Therm.
1 Stem Analog
1 Stem Analog
Countdown Timer
None
None
Overlay & Manifold Panel Color
Black
White
Safety Gas Shutoff
No
No
Manual Oven Light Switch
No
No
Yes
Yes
Black Plastic
White Plastic
General Information:
Cleaning System
Burner Type
Valve Degrees
Oven Door Type
Oven Window & Size
Broiler Type
Oven Controls
Oven Light
Dimensions:
Height - Overall
Width
Approximate Shipping Weight
Backguard Features:
Decoration Panel Color
Panel Construction/Shape
Backguard Height
Oven Control Location
Oven Controls
Timer
Oven Heating Light Indicator
End Cap Color
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Gas Model Number
FGS335E W/N
FGS335E Q
High UpSwp-Porc.
High UpSwp-Porc.
Open
Open
N/A
N/A
Ignition
Electronic
Electronic
Gas Valves
90 Degree
90 Degree
Burner BTU: Right Front
9,000 BTU
9,000 BTU
Burner BTU: Left Front
9,000 BTU
9,000 BTU
Burner BTU: Right Rear
9,000 BTU
9,000 BTU
Burner BTU: Left Rear
9,000 BTU
9,000 BTU
L.P. Convertible
Yes - Spud
Yes - Spud
Cooktop Features:
Cooktop Type
Burner Type
Burner Cap Type
Grate Type
Roper Stmpd.
Stl- Black
Drip Pans
Stmpd. Stl-Gray
None
None
Porcelain
Porcelain
Yes - Center
Yes - Center
Roper Q
Roper Q
Yes
Yes
2
2
Painted
Painted
Front Frame
Porcelain
Porcelain
Leveling Legs - Plastic
Yes - Four
Yes - Four
Self-Clean
Self-Clean
4.65 cubic ft.
4.65 cubic ft.
Oven Width
24.25"
24.25"
Oven Height
17.5"
17.5"
Oven Depth
19.0"
19.0"
Porcelain
Porcelain
Broiler Type
Waist High
Waist High
Broiler Output
10,000 BTU
10,000 BTU
Burner Box - Finish
Oven Control Location
Knobs (Color Coord w/Manifold)
Lift-Up Cooktop
Support Rods
Main Chassis Features:
Cabinet
Oven Features:
Oven Type
Oven Capacity
Oven Cavity Finish
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Gas Model Number
FGS335E W/N
FGS335E Q
Heat Seal
Fiberglass
Fiberglass
Broiler Pan Finish
Porcelain
Porcelain
Broiler Grid Finish
Porcelain
Porcelain
No
No
Auto Oven Light Switch
No
No
Manual Oven Light Switch
No
No
Black Glass
White Glass
No
No
Yes - Auto
Yes - Auto
Yes
Yes
Oven Door Vent Color
Color Coordinated
Color Coordinated
Oven Door Liner Finish
Porcelain
Porcelain
Oven Door Handle
Towelbar
Towelbar
Lower Broiler Panel
N/A
N/A
Lower Storage Drawer
Yes
Yes
Drawer Front
Porc. - Sd Pnl.
Coord
Porc. - Sd Pnl.
Coord
Drawer Width
22.0
22.0
Drawer Height
2.95
2.95
Drawer Depth
16.26
16.26
Glides
Nylon
Nylon
Drawer Handle
Drawn
Drawn
3196295B
3196295B
3196333
3196333
Yes
Yes
On Backguard
On Backguard
Yes
Yes
Oven Features (Continued):
Oven Light In Cavity
Oven Door Features:
Oven Door Type
Oven Door Window & Size
Door Latch
Removable Door & Hinge
Lower Panel/Door:
Literature:
Use & Care Guide
Tech Sheets
Installation Instructions
Other Specifications:
Corporate Symbol
AGA Approval
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Estate Model
Gas Model Number
TGS325E W
General Information:
Cleaning System
Self-Clean
Burner Type
Open
Valve Degrees
90
Oven Door Type
Black Glass
Oven Window & Size
No
Broiler Type
Waist High
Oven Controls
CT-150 (EZ150)
Oven Light
No
Dimensions:
Height - Overall
46.1"
Height To Maintop
36"
Depth Overall
25"
Depth To Manifold Panel
25"
Depth With Handle
26.9"
Depth With Oven Door Open
45.94"
Width
29.875"
Approximate Shipping Weight
E
Backguard Features:
Decoration Panel Color
Black
Panel Construction/Shape
Backguard Height
Alum/New WHR
High
Oven Control Location
Center
Oven Controls
CT-150 (EZ150)
Timer
In CT-150 (EZ150)
Countdown Timer
Yes
Overlay & Manifold Panel Color
Black
Safety Gas Shutoff
No
Manual Oven Light Switch
No
Oven Heating Light Indicator
Yes
End Cap Color
Black Plastic
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Gas Model Number
TGS325E W
Cooktop Features:
Cooktop Type
High UpSwp-Porc.
Burner Type
Open
Burner Cap Type
N/A
Ignition
Electronic
Gas Valves
90 Degree
Burner BTU: Right Front
9,000 BTU
Burner BTU: Left Front
9,000 BTU
Burner BTU: Right Rear
9,000 BTU
Burner BTU: Left Rear
9,000 BTU
L.P. Convertible
Yes - Spud
WHR Stmpd.
Stl-Blk
Grate Type
Drip Pans
None
Burner Box - Finish
Porcelain
Oven Control Location
Yes - Center
Knobs (Color Coord w/Manifold)
WHR Barrel
Lift-Up Cooktop
Yes
Support Rods
2
Main Chassis Features:
Cabinet
Painted
Front Frame
Porcelain
Leveling Legs - Plastic
Yes - Four
Oven Features:
Oven Type
Self-Clean
Oven Capacity
4.65 cubic ft.
Oven Width
24.25"
Oven Height
17.5"
Oven Depth
19.0"
Oven Cavity Finish
Porcelain
Broiler Type
Waist High
Broiler Output
10,000 BTU
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Gas Model Number
TGS325E W
Oven Features (Continued):
Heat Seal
Fiberglass
Broiler Pan Finish
Porcelain
Broiler Grid Finish
Porcelain
Oven Light In Cavity
No
Auto Oven Light Switch
No
Manual Oven Light Switch
No
Oven Door Features:
Oven Door Type
Black Glass
Oven Door Window & Size
Door Latch
No
Yes - Auto
Removable Door & Hinge
Yes
Oven Door Vent Color
Color Coordinated
Oven Door Liner Finish
Porcelain
Oven Door Handle
WHR Curved
Lower Panel/Door:
Lower Broiler Panel
N/A
Lower Storage Drawer
Yes
Drawer Front
Porc. - Sd Pnl.
Coord
Drawer Width
N/A
Drawer Height
N/A
Drawer Depth
N/A
Glides
N/A
Drawer Handle
Drawn
Literature:
Use & Care Guide
3196297A
Tech Sheets
3196333
Installation Instructions
Yes
Other Specifications:
Corporate Symbol
On Backguard
AGA Approval
Yes
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MODEL AND SERIAL NUMBER EXPLANATION
MODEL NUMBER
MODEL NUMBER
S
F
3
9 5
L E E Q
INTERNATIONAL SALES IND.
OR MARKETING CHANNEL, IF PRESENT
PRODUCT GROUP
S = GAS RANGES
PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
A = ACCESSORY
H = HOODS
C = COOKTOP
K = KITS
E = EYE-LEVEL
S = SET-IN
F = FREE-STANDING
MODEL SIZE
0 = 20" OR 24" FREE-STANDING
1 = 24" OR 27" BUILT-IN OVEN
3 = 30" FREE-STANDING
4 = 40" FREE-STANDING
5 = 36" FREE-STANDING
6 = 30" SET-IN RANGES
8 = BUILT-IN COOKTOPS
9 = EYE-LEVEL DOUBLE OVEN
OVEN TYPE (DOES NOT APPLY TO COUNTERTOPS)
0 THRU 2 = STANDARD CLEAN
4 THRU 9 = SELF-CLEAN
FEATURE/VARIATIONS
2 = OPEN BURNER
4 = OPEN BURNER
5 = SEALED BURNER
DOOR TYPE
B = GLASS DOOR
L = LARGE WINDOW
O = STEEL DOOR
P = STANDARD WINDOW
FEATURE CODE
S = PILOT IGNITION
E = ELECTRIC IGNITION
YEAR OF INTRODUCTION
E = 1996
COLOR CODE
B = BLACK-ON-BLACK
N = ALMOND
Q = WHITE-ON-WHITE
W = WHITE
Z = ALMOND-ON-ALMOND
SERIAL NUMBER
R F 03 10001
PRODUCT SERIAL NUMBER
Model/Serial
Number Plate
WEEK OF MANUFACTURE
(03 = 3rd WEEK)
YEAR OF MANUFACTURE
(F = 1996, G = 1997)
MANUFACTURING SITE
(TULSA)
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WHIRLPOOL WARRANTY
LENGTH OF WARRANTY
FULL ONE YEAR
WARRANTY
From Date of Purchase.
WHIRLPOOL WILL PAY FOR:
FSP ® replacement parts and repair labor to correct defects in materials or workmanship. Service must be provided by an authorized Whirlpool service company.
WHIRLPOOL WILL NOT PAY FOR:
A. Service calls to:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Correct the installation of the range.
Instruct you how to use the range.
Replace house fuses or correct house wiring or plumbing.
Replace owner-accessible light bulbs.
B. Repairs when range is used in other than normal, single family household use.
C. Pickup and delivery. Your range is designed to be repaired in the home.
D. Damage to your range caused by accident, misuse, fire, flood, acts of God, or use of products not approved
by Whirlpool.
E. Repairs to parts or systems caused by unauthorized modifications made to the appliance.
WHIRLPOOL CORPORATION SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. Some states
do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so this exclusion or limitation may not apply to
you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state-to-state.
Outside the United States, a different warranty may apply. For details, please contact your authorized Whirlpool distributor or
military exchange.
If you need service first see the “Troubleshooting” section of the Use and Care Guide. After checking “Troubleshooting,” additional
help can be found by checking the “Requesting Assistance or Service” section, or by calling our Consumer Assistance Center
telephone number, 1-800-253-1301, from anywhere in the U.S.A.
® Registered Trademark/TM of Whirlpool Corporation.
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