30″ FREESTANDING SELF-CLEANING ELECTRIC RANGE

CONSUMER SERVICES TECHNICAL
EDUCATION GROUP PRESENTS KR-31
30″ FREESTANDING
SELF-CLEANING
ELECTRIC RANGE
JOB AID
Part No. 8178042
FORWARD
This Whirlpool Job Aid, “30˝ Freestanding Self-Cleaning Electric Range,” (Part No. 8178042),
provides the technician with information on the operation and service of the Freestanding SelfCleaning Electric Range. It is to be used as a training Job Aid and Service Manual. For specific
information on the model being serviced, refer to the “Use and Care Guide,” or “Tech Sheet”
provided with the electric range.
The Wiring Diagrams and Strip Circuits used in this Job Aid are typical and should be used for
training purposes only. Always use the Wiring Diagram supplied with the product when servicing
the unit.
GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
The goal of this Job Aid is to provide detailed information that will enable the service technician to
properly diagnose malfunctions and repair the Whirlpool 30˝ Freestanding Self-Cleaning Electric
Range.
The objectives of this Job Aid are to:
• Understand and follow proper safety precautions.
• Successfully troubleshoot and diagnose malfunctions.
• Successfully perform necessary repairs.
• Successfully return the electric range to its proper operational status.
WHIRLPOOL CORPORATION assumes no responsibility for any repairs made
on our products by anyone other than Authorized Service Technicians.
Copyright © 2001, Whirlpool Corporation, Benton Harbor, MI 49022
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
GENERAL ............................................................................................................................... 1-1
Important Safety Information ............................................................................................. 1-1
Whirlpool Model & Serial Number Designations ................................................................ 1-2
Model & Serial Number Label And Tech Sheet Locations................................................. 1-3
Specifications ..................................................................................................................... 1-4
Whirlpool Electric Range Warranty .................................................................................. 1-12
THEORY OF OPERATION ..................................................................................................... 2-1
AccuBake VS. AccuBake Duo Cooking Systems .............................................................. 2-1
AccuSimmer Basic Operation ............................................................................................ 2-3
Keep Warm Element .......................................................................................................... 2-6
Warming Drawer ................................................................................................................ 2-7
Soft Close Door ................................................................................................................. 2-8
COMPONENT ACCESS ......................................................................................................... 3-1
Component Locations ........................................................................................................ 3-1
Removing A Single Element Infinite Switch ....................................................................... 3-2
Removing The Normal Burner/AccuSimmer Switch .......................................................... 3-3
Removing The Dual Element Infinite Switch ...................................................................... 3-4
Removing The Keep Warm Switch .................................................................................... 3-5
Removing An Indicator Light .............................................................................................. 3-6
Removing The Control Power Supply And The Electronic Oven Control .......................... 3-7
Removing An Element & Limiter And The Cooktop Glass Assembly ................................ 3-8
Removing The Hot Surface Indicators ............................................................................. 3-10
Removing The Door Latch & The Door Switch ................................................................ 3-12
Removing The Broil & Bake Elements ............................................................................. 3-14
Removing The Oven Light Socket Assembly .................................................................. 3-16
Removing The Latch Drive Assembly .............................................................................. 3-17
Removing The Oven Temperature Sensors And The Thermal Fuse .............................. 3-18
Removing The Warming Drawer Element & Temperature Sensor .................................. 3-19
Removing The Oven Door ............................................................................................... 3-20
Removing The Oven Door Handle & Glass ..................................................................... 3-22
Removing The Oven Door Gasket ................................................................................... 3-24
Removing A Side Panel ................................................................................................... 3-25
COMPONENT TESTING ........................................................................................................ 4-1
Door Switch ....................................................................................................................... 4-1
Warming Drawer Element .................................................................................................. 4-1
Bake Element .................................................................................................................... 4-2
Broil Element ..................................................................................................................... 4-2
Latch Drive ......................................................................................................................... 4-3
Oven & Warming Drawer Temperature Sensors ............................................................... 4-3
Thermal Fuse ..................................................................................................................... 4-4
Single Element Infinite Switches ........................................................................................ 4-4
Dual Element Infinite Switch .............................................................................................. 4-5
Keep Warm Switch ............................................................................................................ 4-6
Normal Burner/AccuSimmer Switch .................................................................................. 4-7
Surface Elements & Limiters ............................................................................................. 4-8
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DIAGNOSIS & TROUBLESHOOTING ................................................................................... 5-1
Failure / Error Display Codes—Tech Sheet 8522647 ........................................................ 5-1
WIRING DIAGRAMS & STRIP CIRCUITS ............................................................................. 6-1
Wiring Diagram .................................................................................................................. 6-1
Strip Circuits ...................................................................................................................... 6-2
TECH TIPS ............................................................................................................................. 7-1
Duo Cooking System Flow Chart ....................................................................................... 7-1
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GENERAL
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
Your safety and the safety of others is very important.
Important safety messages have been provided in this Job Aid. Always read and obey all
safety messages.
This is the safety alert symbol.
This symbol alerts you to hazards that can kill or hurt you
and others.
ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE
(ESD) SENSITIVE ELECTRONICS
ESD problems are present everywhere. ESD
may damage or weaken the electronic control
assembly. The new control assembly may appear to work well after repair is finished, but
failure may occur at a later date due to ESD
stress.
•
Use an antistatic wrist strap. Connect the
wrist strap to a green ground connection
point or unpainted metal in the appliance;
or touch your finger repeatedly to a green
ground connection point or unpainted metal
in the appliance.
•
Before removing the part from its package, touch the antistatic bag to a green
ground connection point or unpainted metal
in the appliance.
•
Avoid touching electronic parts or terminal
contacts. Handle the electronic control
assembly by the edges only.
•
When repackaging the failed electronic
control assembly in an antistatic bag, observe the above instructions.
All safety messages will be preceded by the
safety alert symbol and the word “WARNING.”
All safety messages will identify the hazard, tell
you how to reduce the chance of injury, and tell
you what can happen if the instructions are not
followed.
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all panels before operating.
Failure to do so could result in death or
electrical shock.
WARNING
PERSONAL INJURY HAZARD
To prevent tipping, install range anti-tip
bracket.
Save the installation instructions. If the range
is moved to a new location, the anti-tip bracket
must be removed and reinstalled in the new
location.
Failure to follow these instructions could
result in serious injury.
1-1
WHIRLPOOL MODEL & SERIAL NUMBER DESIGNATIONS
MODEL NUMBER
MODEL NUMBER
INTERNATIONAL SALES IND.
OR MARKETING CHANNEL
IF PRESENT
R
F
3
6
4
P
X
PRODUCT GROUP:
R = ELECTRIC RANGES
S = GAS RANGES
G = WHIRLPOOL GOLD
PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION:
A = ACCESSORY
K = KITS
B = BUILT-IN
M = MV COMBO
C = COOKTOP
S = SET-IN
E = EYE-LEVEL
W = SLIDE-IN GAS
F = FREESTANDING Y = SLIDE-IN ELECTRIC
H = HOODS
MODEL SIZE:
0 = 20˝ OR 24˝ FREESTANDING
1 = 30˝ IMPERIAL SERIES FREESTANDING (1996 & LATER)
2 = 30˝ FREESTANDING (1996 & LATER)
3 = 30˝ FREESTANDING
4 = 40˝ FREESTANDING
5 = 36˝ FREESTANDING
6 = 30˝ SET-IN RANGES
OVEN TYPES:
0 THRU 3 = STANDARD PORCELAIN
2 THRU 5 = CONTINUOUS CLEAN (BEFORE 1996)
4 THRU 9 = PYROLYTIC SELF-CLEAN
FEATURE / VARIATIONS:
ELECTRIC
0, 1, 2, 5, 7 = COIL ELEMENTS
4 = STANDARD PATTERN CERAMIC
6, 8, 9 = DELUXE PATTERN CERAMIC
GAS
0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 6 = OPEN BURNER
5 & 7 = SEALED BURNER
DOOR TYPE:
B = SOLID BLACK GLASS
L = LARGE WINDOW
O = METAL OVEN DOOR
P = STANDARD WINDOW GLASS
FEATURE CODE:
E = ELECTRONIC IGNITION (GAS ONLY)
S = STANDING IGNITION (GAS ONLY)
C = COLOR COORDINATED GLASS (BEFORE 1998)
X = NOT DEFINED
YEAR OF INTRODUCTION:
H = 1999. J = 2000, K = 2001
COLOR CODE:
B = BLACK
W = WHITE
P = PANORAMIC
N = ALMOND
Z = ALMOND ON ALMOND
Q = WHITE ON WHITE
T = BISCUIT
S = STAINLESS STEEL V = BISCUIT W / BLACK DOOR / PANEL
SERIAL NUMBER
SERIAL NUMBER
R
K
49
15548
MANUFACTURING SITE
R = TULSA, OKLAHOMA
YEAR OF PRODUCTION:
K = 2000, L = 2001, M = 2002
WEEK OF PRODUCTION:
49th WEEK
PRODUCT SEQUENCE NUMBER
1-2
K W
MODEL & SERIAL NUMBER LABEL
AND TECH SHEET LOCATIONS
The Model/Serial Number label and Tech Sheet locations are shown below.
Model & Serial
Number Location
Tech Sheet Location
(On Top Rear Cover)
1-3
SPECIFICATIONS
Model Number
Color
GENERAL INFORMATION
Cleaning System
Burner Type
Burner Sizes
Drip Pans or Glass Pattern
Oven Door Type
Oven Window & Size
Oven Controls
Special Features
DIMENSIONS
Height - Overall
Height to Maintop
Depth
Width
Depth with Handle
Approx. Shipping Weight
BACKGUARD FEATURES
Timer
Oven Light Switch
Accusimmer Switch
Warming Zone Switch
Oven Heating Indicator Light
Surface Unit Indicator Light
Surface Unit Controls
COOKTOP FEATURES
Cooktop
Burner Type
Burner Configuration
R. Front (240V)
L. Front (240V)
R. Rear (240V)
L. Rear (240V)
Middle Rear (120V)
Simmer Burner
Hot Surface Indicator
Burner Box
RF196LXK
Q/T/B/P
RF199LXK
Q/T/B/P
RF314PXK
W/V/Q
RF341BXK
W
Self Clean
Ceran-Std
2-6.5",2-7.5"
1 FW Pattern
Wht/Bisc/Blk Glass
XL window
EZ151
Clock/timer
Self Clean
Ceran-Dlx. FW
6"6"7" 9"
2 FW Pattern
Wht/Bisc/Blk Glass
XL window
EZ600
AccuBake2
Dual Display
Choice Bake
Std clean
Ceran-Std
2-6.5",2-7.5"
1 FW Pattern
Black Glass
Yes-Std
EZ150
Clock/timer
Self Clean
Ceran-Std
2-6.5",2-7.5"
1 FW Pattern
Black Glass
No
Knob 150
No Clock Opening
46.8"
36"
25"
29.875"
27.13"
151
46.8"
36"
25"
29.875"
27.13"
151
46.8"
36"
25"
29.875"
27.13"
162
46.8"
36"
25"
29.875"
27.13"
162
in control
Yes-Rocker
No
No
in Oven Control
Mini Red (2)
Inf Detent Hi/Off
in control
Yes-Touch
Yes-Selector
No
in Oven Control
Mini Red (2)
Inf Detent Hi/Off
No
No
No
No
in Oven Control
Mini Red (2)
Inf Detent Hi/Off
No
No
No
No
in Oven Control
Mini Red (2)
Inf Detent Hi/Off
High UpSwp-Porc
Ceran-Std
2-6.5",2-7.5"
6.5"R-1500W
7.5"R-2000W
7.5"R-2000W
6.5"R-1500W
n/a
n/a
1 Neon
No
High UpSwp-Porc
Ceran-Dlx. FW
6"6"7" 9"
6"R-1200W
9"R-2500W
7"R-1800W
6"R-1200W
5th ele - Warm Zone
n/a
4 Neon
No
High UpSwp-Porc
Ceran-Std
2-6.5",2-7.5"
6.5"R-1500W
7.5"R-2000W
7.5"R-2000W
6.5"R-1500W
n/a
n/a
1 Neon
No
High UpSwp-Porc
Ceran-Std
2-6.5",2-7.5"
6.5"R-1500W
7.5"R-2000W
7.5"R-2000W
6.5"R-1500W
n/a
n/a
1 Neon
No
1-4
Model Number
Color
RF196LXK
Q/T/B/P
RF199LXK
Q/T/B/P
RF314PXK
W/V/Q
RF341BXK
W
Porcelain
Four
Porcelain
Four
Porcelain
Four
Porcelain
Four
OVEN FEATURES
Oven Type
Oven Capacity
Oven Width
Oven Height
Oven Depth
Broil Element
Bake Element
Top Heat
Oven Light
Auto Oven Light
Manual Oven Light
#REF!
4.65 cubic ft
24.25"
17.5"
19.0"
3400w
2400w
Percentage 240V
Yes
Yes
#REF!
#REF!
4.65 cubic ft
24.25"
17.5"
19.0"
3400w
2400w
Percentage 240V
Yes
Yes
#REF!
#REF!
4.65 cubic ft
24.25"
17.5"
19.0"
3400w
2400w
Percentage 240V
Yes
No
yes-rocker sw
#REF!
4.65 cubic ft
24.25"
17.5"
19.0"
3400w
2400w
Percentage 240V
No
No
#REF!
OVEN DOOR FEATURES
Oven Window & Size
Door Liner Finish
Door Handle
#REF!
Porcelain
Roper Towel Bar
#REF!
Porcelain
Roper Towel Bar
Yes-std
Porcelain
Curved Plastic
#REF!
Porcelain
Curved Plastic
22.375"
6.125"
20.0"
Yes
Rollers
No
22.375"
6.125"
20.0"
Yes
Rollers
No
22.375"
6.125"
20.0"
No
Nylon
No
22.375"
6.125"
N/A
No
N/A
No
10480W
7880W
10480W
7880W
10180W
7655W
10180W
7655W
Yes
Yes
Yes
8178042
Yes
Yes
Yes
8178042
Yes
Yes
Yes
8178042
Yes
Yes
Yes
8178042
Yes
Floor Brkt/Wall Brkt.
Floor Bracket
Yes
Floor Brkt/Wall Brkt.
Floor Bracket
Yes
Floor Brkt/Wall Brkt.
Floor Bracket
Yes
Floor Brkt/Wall Brkt.
Floor Bracket
MAIN CHASSIS FEATURES
Front Frame
Leveling Legs - Plastic
LOWER PANEL/DRAWER
Width
Height
Depth
Drawer Liner
Glides
Warming Drawer
TOTAL CONNECTED LOAD
240 Volts
208 Volts
LITERATURE
Use & Care Guide
Tech Sheets/Wiring Diagrams
Installation Instructions
Service Manual
OTHER SPECIFICATIONS
U.L. Approval
Anti-Tip Device Approved
Anti-Tip Device w/ Unit
1-5
Model Number
Color
GENERAL INFORMATION
Cleaning System
Burner Type
Burner Sizes
Drip Pans or Glass Pattern
Oven Door Type
Oven Window & Size
Oven Controls
Special Features
DIMENSIONS
Height - Overall
Height to Maintop
Depth
Width
Depth with Handle
Approx. Shipping Weight
BACKGUARD FEATURES
Timer
Oven Light Switch
Accusimmer Switch
Warming Zone Switch
Oven Heating Indicator Light
Surface Unit Indicator Light
Surface Unit Controls
COOKTOP FEATURES
Cooktop
Burner Type
Burner Configuration
R. Front (240V)
L. Front (240V)
R. Rear (240V)
L. Rear (240V)
Middle Rear (120V)
Simmer Burner
Hot Surface Indicator
Burner Box
RF364PXK
W / V /Q / T
RF364LXK
Q/T
RF368LXK
Q/T/P/W
Self Clean
Ceran-Std
2-6.5",2-7.5"
1 FW Pattern
Black Glass
Yes-Std
EZ150
Clock/timer
Self Clean
Ceran-Std
2-6.5",2-7.5"
1 FW Pattern
White/Bisc Glass
XL window
EZ151
Clock/timer
Self Clean
Ceran-Dlx. FW
6"6"7" 9"
2 FW Pattern
Wht/Bisc/Alm Glass
XL window
EZ151
Clock/timer
46.8"
36"
25"
29.875"
27.13"
162
46.8"
36"
25"
29.875"
27.13"
162
46.8"
36"
25"
29.875"
27.13"
162
No
No
No
No
in Oven Control
Mini Red (2)
Inf Detent Hi/Off
Yes
No
No
No
in Oven Control
Mini Red (2)
Inf Detent Hi/Off
in control
Yes-Rocker
No
No
in Oven Control
Mini Red (2)
Inf Detent Hi/Off
High UpSwp-Porc
Ceran-Std
2-6.5",2-7.5"
6.5"R-1500W
7.5"R-2000W
7.5"R-2000W
6.5"R-1500W
n/a
n/a
1 Neon
No
High UpSwp-Porc
Ceran-Std
2-6.5",2-7.5"
6.5"R-1500W
7.5"R-2000W
7.5"R-2000W
6.5"R-1500W
n/a
n/a
1 Neon
No
High UpSwp-Porc
Ceran-Dlx. FW
6"6"7" 9"
6"R-1200W
9"R-2500W
7"R-1800W
6"R-1200W
n/a
n/a
4 Neon
No
1-6
Model Number
Color
MAIN CHASSIS FEATURES
Front Frame
Leveling Legs - Plastic
OVEN FEATURES
Oven Type
Oven Capacity
Oven Width
Oven Height
Oven Depth
Broil Element
Bake Element
Top Heat
Oven Light
Auto Oven Light
Manual Oven Light
OVEN DOOR FEATURES
Oven Window & Size
Door Liner Finish
Door Handle
LOWER PANEL/DRAWER
Width
Height
Depth
Drawer Liner
Glides
Warming Drawer
TOTAL CONNECTED LOAD
240 Volts
208 Volts
LITERATURE
Use & Care Guide
Tech Sheets/Wiring Diagrams
Installation Instructions
Service Manual
OTHER SPECIFICATIONS
U.L. Approval
Anti-Tip Device Approved
Anti-Tip Device w/ Unit
RF364PXK
W / V /Q / T
RF364LXK
Q/T
RF368LXK
Q/T/P/W
Porcelain
Four
Porcelain
Four
Porcelain
Four
#REF!
4.65 cubic ft
24.25"
17.5"
19.0"
3400w
2400w
Percentage 240V
Yes
No
yes-rocker sw
#REF!
4.65 cubic ft
24.25"
17.5"
19.0"
3400w
2400w
Percentage 240V
Yes
No
yes-rocker sw
#REF!
4.65 cubic ft
24.25"
17.5"
19.0"
3400w
2400w
Percentage 240V
Yes
Yes
#REF!
Yes-std
Porcelain
Curved Plastic
#REF!
Porcelain
Curved Plastic
#REF!
Porcelain
Curved Plastic
22.375"
6.125"
20.0"
No
Nylon
No
22.375"
6.125"
20.0"
No
Rollers
No
22.375"
6.125"
20.0"
Yes
Nylon
No
10180W
7655W
10180W
7655W
10180W
7655W
Yes
Yes
Yes
8178042
Yes
Yes
Yes
8178042
Yes
Yes
Yes
8178042
Yes
Floor Brkt/Wall Brkt.
Floor Bracket
Yes
Floor Brkt/Wall Brkt.
Floor Bracket
Yes
Floor Brkt/Wall Brkt.
Floor Bracket
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Model Number
Color
GENERAL INFORMATION
Cleaning System
Burner Type
Burner Sizes
Oven Window & Size
Oven Controls
Special Features
DIMENSIONS
Height - Overall
Height to Maintop
Depth
Width
Depth with Handle
Approx. Shipping Weight
BACKGUARD FEATURES
Timer
Oven Light Switch
Accusimmer Switch
Warming Zone Switch
Oven Heating Indicator Light
Surface Unit Indicator Light
Surface Unit Controls
COOKTOP FEATURES
Cooktop
Burner Type
Burner Configuration
R. Front (240V)
L. Front (240V)
R. Rear (240V)
L. Rear (240V)
Middle Rear (120V)
Simmer Burner
MAIN CHASSIS FEATURES
Cabinet
Front Frame
Leveling Legs - Plastic
RF378LXK
W/V
RF378PXK
Q/T/B
RF388LXK
Q/T/B/P
RF390LXK
Q/T/P
Self Clean
Ceran-Dlx. FW
6"6"7" 9"
XL window
EZ200
Accubake l
Self Clean
Ceran-Dlx. FW
6"6"7" 9"
XL window
EZ200
Accubake l
Dual Display
Dual Display
Self Clean
Ceran-Dlx. FW
6"6"7" 9"
XL window
EZ600
Accubake 2
Accusimmer
Dual Display
Choice Bake
Self Clean
Ceran-Dlx. FW
6"6"7" 9"
XL window
EZ600
Accubake 2
Accusimmer
Dual Display
Choice Bake
46.8"
36"
25"
29.875"
27.13"
162
46.8"
36"
25"
29.875"
27.13"
162
46.8"
36"
25"
29.875"
27.13"
163
46.8"
36"
25"
29.875"
27.13"
163
in control
Yes-Touch
No
No
in Oven Control
Mini Red (2)
Inf Detent Hi/Off
in control
Yes-Touch
No
No
in Oven Control
Mini Red (2)
Inf Detent Hi/Off
in control
Yes-Touch
Yes-Selector
No
in Oven Control
Mini Red (3)
Inf Detent Hi/Off
in control
Yes-Touch
Yes-Selector
No
in Oven Control
Mini Red (3)
Inf Detent Hi/Off
High UpSwp-Porc
Ceran-Dlx. FW
6"6"7" 9"
6"R-1200W
9"R-2500W
7"R-1800W
6"R-1200W
n/a
n/a
High UpSwp-Porc
Ceran-Dlx. FW
6"6"7" 9"
6"R-1200W
9"R-2500W
7"R-1800W
6"R-1200W
n/a
n/a
High UpSwp-Porc
Ceran-Dlx. FW
6"6"7" 9"
6"R-1200W
9"R-2500W
7"R-1800W
6"R-1200W
n/a
L. Front
High UpSwp-Porc
Ceran-Dlx. FW
6"6"7" 9"
6"R-1200W
9"R-2500W
7"R-1800W
6"R-1200W
n/a
L. Front
Painted- Text Stl
Porcelain
Four
Painted- Text Stl
Porcelain
Four
Painted- Text Stl
Porcelain
Four
Painted- Text Stl
Porcelain
Four
1-8
Model Number
Color
OVEN FEATURES
Oven Type
Oven Capacity
Oven Width
Oven Height
Oven Depth
Broil Element
Bake Element
Top Heat
Oven Light
Auto Oven Light
Manual Oven Light
OVEN DOOR FEATURES
Oven Window & Size
Door Latch
Removable Door & Hinges
Door Liner Finish
Oven Door Vent Color
Door Handle
Door Handle Color
Special Features
LOWER PANEL/DRAWER
Width
Height
Depth
Drawer Liner
Glides
Warming Drawer
TOTAL CONNECTED LOAD
240 Volts
208 Volts
LITERATURE
Use & Care Guide
Tech Sheets/Wiring Diagrams
Installation Instructions
Service Manual
OTHER SPECIFICATIONS
U.L. Approval
Anti-Tip Device Approved
Anti-Tip Device w/ Unit
RF378LXK
W/V
RF378PXK
Q/T/B
RF388LXK
Q/T/B/P
RF390LXK
Q/T/P
#REF!
4.65 cubic ft
24.25"
17.5"
19.0"
3400w
2400w
Percentage 240V
Yes
Yes
#REF!
#REF!
4.65 cubic ft
24.25"
17.5"
19.0"
3400w
2400w
Percentage 240V
Yes
Yes
#REF!
#REF!
4.65 cubic ft
24.25"
17.5"
19.0"
3400w
2400w
Percentage 240V
Yes
Yes
#REF!
#REF!
4.65 cubic ft
24.25"
17.5"
19.0"
3400w
2400w
Percentage 240V
Yes
Yes
#REF!
#REF!
Yes-Auto
Yes
Porcelain
Blk
Curved Plastic
Blk
n/a
#REF!
Yes-Auto
Yes
Porcelain
White/Bisc/Black
Curved Plastic
White/Bisc/Black
n/a
#REF!
Yes-Auto
Yes
Porcelain
Wht/Bisc/Blk
Curved Plastic
Wht/Bisc/Blk
n/a
#REF!
Yes-Auto
Yes
Porcelain
Wht/Bisc
Curved Plastic
Wht/Bisc
n/a
22.375"
6.125"
20.0"
Yes
Rollers
No
22.375"
6.125"
20.0"
Yes
Rollers
No
22.375"
6.125"
20.0"
Yes
Rollers
No
22.375"
6.125"
20.0"
Yes
Rollers
No
10180W
7655W
10180W
7655W
12580W
9455W
12580W
9455W
Yes
Yes
Yes
8178042
Yes
Yes
Yes
8178042
Yes
Yes
Yes
8178042
Yes
Yes
Yes
8178042
Yes
Yes
Yes
Floor Brkt/Wall Brkt. Floor Brkt/Wall Brkt. Floor Brkt/Wall Brkt.
Floor Bracket
Floor Bracket
Floor Bracket
1-9
Yes
Floor Brkt/Wall Brkt.
Floor Bracket
Model Number
Color
GENERAL INFORMATION
Cleaning System
Burner Type
Burner Sizes
Oven Window & Size
Oven Controls
Special Features
DIMENSIONS
Height - Overall
Height to Maintop
Depth
Width
Depth with Handle
Approx. Shipping Weight
BACKGUARD FEATURES
Timer
Oven Light Switch
Accusimmer Switch
Warming Zone Switch
Oven Heating Indicator Light
Surface Unit Indicator Light
Surface Unit Controls
COOKTOP FEATURES
Cooktop
Burner Type
Burner Configuration
R. Front (240V)
L. Front (240V)
R. Rear (240V)
L. Rear (240V)
Middle Rear (120V)
Simmer Burner
MAIN CHASSIS FEATURES
Cabinet
Front Frame
Leveling Legs - Plastic
GR460LXK
T/B/P
GR470LXK
Q/T/B
Self Clean
Ceran-Dlx. FW
6"6"7" 9"
XL window
EZ605
Accubake 2
Accusimmer
Sentence Logic
Dual Display
Choice Bake
Self Clean
Ceran-Dlx. FW
6"6"7"9"
XL window
EZ625
Accubake 2
Accusimmer
Sentence Logic
Dual Display
Choice Bake
Self Clean
Ceran-Dlx. FW
6"6"7"9"/6"
XL window
EZ625
Accubake 2
Accusimmer
Sentence Logic
Dual Display
Choice Bake
Self Clean
Ceran-Dlx. FW
6"6"7"9"/6"
XL window
EZ400
Accubake 1
Accusimmer
46.8"
36"
25"
29.875"
27.13"
167
46.8"
36"
25"
29.875"
27.13"
167
46.8"
36"
25"
29.875"
27.13"
167
46.8"
36"
25"
29.875"
27.13"
167
in control
Yes-Touch
Yes-Selector
No
in Oven Control
Mini Red (3)
Inf Detent Hi/Off
in control
Yes-Touch
Yes-Selector
Yes-small infinite
in Oven Control
Mini Red (3)
Inf Detent Hi/Off
in control
Yes-Touch
Yes-Selector
Yes-small infinite
in Oven Control
Mini Red (3)
Inf Detent Hi/Off
in control
Yes-Touch
Yes-Selector
Yes-small infinite
in Oven Control
Mini Red (3)
Inf Detent Hi/Off
High UpSwp-Porc
Ceran-Dlx. FW
6"6"7" 9"
6"R-1200W
9"R-2500W
7"R-1800W
6"R-1200W
5th ele - 7"R-100W
L. Front
High UpSwp-Porc
Ceran-Dlx. FW
6"6"7"9"
6"R-1200W
9"/6"R-2400W/1000W
7"R-1800W
6"R-1200W
5th ele - 7"R-100W
L. Front
High UpSwp-Porc
Ceran-Dlx. FW
6"6"7"9"/6"
6"R-1200W
9"/6"R-2400W/1000W
7"R-1800W
6"R-1200W
5th ele - 7"R-100W
L. Front
High UpSwp-Porc
Ceran-Dlx. FW
6"6"7"9"/6"
6"R-1200W
9"/6"R-2400W/1000W
7"R-1800W
6"R-1200W
5th ele - 7"R-100W
L. Front
Painted- Text Stl
Porcelain
Four
Painted- Text Stl
Porcelain
Four
Painted- Text Stl
Porcelain
Four
Painted- Text Stl
Porcelain
Four
1-10
GR475LXK
S
GR450LXH
Q/B
Dual Display
Model Number
Color
OVEN FEATURES
Oven Type
Oven Capacity
Oven Width
Oven Height
Oven Depth
Broil Element
Bake Element
Top Heat
Oven Light
Auto Oven Light
Manual Oven Light
OVEN DOOR FEATURES
Oven Window & Size
Door Latch
Removable Door & Hinges
Door Liner Finish
Oven Door Vent Color
Door Handle
Door Handle Color
Special Features
LOWER PANEL/DRAWER
Width
Height
Depth
Drawer Liner
Glides
Warming Drawer
TOTAL CONNECTED LOAD
240 Volts
208 Volts
LITERATURE
Use & Care Guide
Tech Sheets/Wiring Diagrams
Installation Instructions
Service Manual
OTHER SPECIFICATIONS
U.L. Approval
Anti-Tip Device Approved
Anti-Tip Device w/ Unit
GR460LXK
T/B/P
GR470LXK
Q/T/B
#REF!
4.65 cubic ft
24.25"
17.5"
19.0"
3400w
2400w
Percentage 240V
Yes
Yes
#REF!
#REF!
4.65 cubic ft
24.25"
17.5"
19.0"
3400w
2400w
Percentage 240V
Yes
Yes
#REF!
#REF!
4.65 cubic ft
24.25"
17.5"
19.0"
3400w
2400w
Percentage 240V
Yes
Yes
#REF!
#REF!
4.65 cubic ft
24.25"
17.5"
19.0"
3400w
2400w
Percentage 240V
Yes
Yes
#REF!
#REF!
Yes-Auto
Yes
Porcelain
Wht/Bisc/Blk Glass
Curved Plastic
Wht/Bisc/Blk Glass
Air Cushion Door
#REF!
Yes-Auto
Yes
Porcelain
Wht/Bisc/Blk
Curved Plastic
Wht/Bisc/Blk
Air Cushion Door
#REF!
Yes-Auto
Yes
Porcelain
Black
Curved Plastic
Black
Air Cushion Door
#REF!
Yes-Auto
Yes
Porcelain
Wht/Blk
Curved Plastic
Black
Air Cushion Door
22.375"
6.125"
20.0"
Yes
Rollers
No
22.375"
6.125"
20.0"
Yes
Rollers
Yes
22.375"
6.125"
20.0"
Yes
Warming/AccuRide
Yes
22.375"
6.125"
20.0"
No
Nylon
No
12580W
9455W
12780W
9655W
12780W
9655W
12780W
9655W
Yes
Yes
Yes
8178042
Yes
Yes
Yes
8178042
Yes
Yes
Yes
8178042
Yes
Yes
Yes
8178042
Yes
Floor Brkt/Wall Brkt.
Floor Bracket
Yes
Floor Brkt/Wall Brkt.
Floor Bracket
Yes
Floor Brkt/Wall Brkt.
Floor Bracket
Yes
Floor Brkt/Wall Brkt.
Floor Bracket
1-11
GR475LXK
S
GR450LXH
Q/B
WHIRLPOOL ELECTRIC RANGE WARRANTY
LENGTH OF
WARRANTY:
WHIRLPOOL WILL PAY FOR:
WHIRLPOOL WILL NOT PAY FOR:
FULL ONE-YEAR
WARRANTY FROM
DATE OF PURCHASE.
FSP® replacement parts
and repair labor costs to
correct defects in materials
or workmanship. Service
must be provided by a
Whirlpool-designated
service company.
FULL FIVE-YEAR
WARRANTY FROM
DATE OF
PURCHASE.
For ranges with a ceramic
glass cooktop only: FSP®
replacement parts and
repair labor for CLEANTOP® ceramic glass cooktop.
Whirlpool warrants that:
- The ceramic glass
cooktop will not discolor.
- The ceramic glass cooktop pattern will not wear
off.
- The rubber seal between
the ceramic glass cooktop
and porcelain edge will
not crack.
- The ceramic glass cooktop will not crack due to
thermal shock.
- The surface unit elements
will not burn out.
Service must be provided
by a Whirlpool-designated
service company.
A. Service calls to:
1. Correct the installation of the range.
2. Instruct you how to use the range.
3. Replace house fuses or correct house
wiring.
4. Replace owner-accessible light bulbs.
B. Repairs when the range is used in other
than normal, single-family household use.
C. Pickup and delivery. The range is designed
to be repaired in the home.
D. Damage to the range caused by accident,
alteration, misuse, abuse, fire, flood, acts
of God, or use of products not approved by
Whirlpool.
E. Repairs to CLEANTOP® ceramic glass
cooktop if it has not been cared for as
recommended in the Use And Care guide.
F. Repairs to parts or systems resulting from
unauthorized modifications made to the
appliance.
G. Replacement parts or repair labor costs for
units operated outside the United States.
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 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 dealer.
If you need service, first see the “Troubleshooting” section of the Use & Care Guide. After checking “Troubleshooting,” additional help can be found by checking the “Requesting Assistance Or Service” section, or by calling the
Whirlpool Consumer Assistance Center telephone number, 1-800-253-1301, from anywhere in the U.S.A.
1-12
THEORY OF OPERATION
ACCUBAKE VS. ACCUBAKE DUO
COOKING SYSTEMS
The AccuBake Duo system, which will be used
on Whirlpool “Gold Series” models, uses a
second temperature sensor to provide a more
uniform temperature distribution throughout
the oven cavity. The AccuBake Duo system
uses two electronic temperature sensors inside the oven cavity to help control temperatures, but the sensors work independently to
provide proper heat at the top and at the bottom
of the oven cavity. The top sensor controls
temperatures at the top of the oven cavity, and
controls the operation of the top (broil) element. The bottom sensor controls the operation of the bottom (bake) element. By using two
independent sensors, the temperature within
the oven is more evenly distributed.
For servicing the system, it is important to know
that neither of the oven elements are on at the
same time, except during preheat in the electric oven. During that time, the bake element is
on for one hundred percent (100%) of the time,
and the broil element is on for thirty-three
percent (33%) of the time. During preheat on
gas models, the bake burner is on for one
hundred percent (100%) of the time.
Both AccuBake and AccuBake Duo cooking
systems will be used on K-line freestanding
gas and electric self-cleaning ranges. The
changes between the AccuBake and AccuBake
Duo systems, (refer to the illustration below),
include the addition of a second temperature
sensor within the oven cavity, and software
changes to the electronic oven control.
The AccuBake system has been available on
ranges since 1996. It used a temperature sensor and an electronic oven control to monitor
and maintain even heat throughout the cooking cycle. The system created a cooking environment that could evenly cook a variety of
foods with very consistent results. The
AccuBake system used one temperature sensor to monitor temperatures throughout the
oven cavity, and cycle both the bake and broil
elements on at predetermined times during the
cycle. The bake and broil elements work simultaneously to maintain proper heat.
Top Sensor
Bottom Sensor
2-1
REGULAR BAKE CYCLE
The cooking results on an AccuBake Duo gas
range will be noticeably different than on any
previously manufactured gas range, due to an
added top heat feature.
The broil element will not cycle on, even though
it may sense cooler temperatures, until the
lower element has cycled off.
NOTE: During a normal 350° Bake cycle, the
top element may not turn on for 5 minutes, or
until the top sensor calls for heat.
During Regular Bake, the bake element is the
main source of heat in the oven, and will remain
on until the lower sensor is satisfied. In the
AccuBake system, the bake and broil elements
are programmed to operate for a defined percentage of time during each one minute cycle.
In the AccuBake Duo system, the bake element is on for 24 seconds out of every minute,
and the broil element will cycle for 10 seconds
out of every minute. If the bake element is
operating, the broil element will remain off until
the bake element cycles off.
AccuBake System
Bake Cycle
Bake Element ON Time
Broil Element ON Time
AccuBake DUO System
Bake Cycle
Bake
Broil
TYPICAL 1 MINUTE CYCLES
CHOICE BAKE
WARM
The Choice Bake cycle turns the top sensor off
to eliminate top heat in the oven. The Choice
Bake feature is not available during the Broil
mode.
The Warm feature defaults the oven to a “keep
warm” condition after a cooking cycle. The
default temperature is 170°, but can be programmed for 100° to 200°. The Warm feature
is independent and does not need to be programmed with a cooking cycle. It can be programmed at any time.
2-2
ACCUSIMMER BASIC OPERATION
the dual burner that it controls. It can be set for
the “DUAL” or “SINGLE” position. The illustrations below show the internal circuitry for the
switch.
The two coils can be activated individually or
together, depending on the setting of the infinite switch. During AccuSimmer, the coils can
also be activated individually or together, but
are used across a 120 VAC circuit.
The AccuSimmer element is located at the left
front position of the cooktop. The burner uses
a dual element with a 1600 watt inner coil, and
an 800 watt outer coil.
The controls (infinite switch and AccuSimmer
switch) for the element are both located on the
left side of the control panel, as shown above.
The infinite switch for the AccuSimmer is different than the other infinite switches, because of
P1
4
P2
INFINITE SWITCH
2
4A
S2
SINGLE POSITION
DUAL POSITION
P1
BK
4
L1
P1
BK
4
L1
OR/BK
OR/BK
P2
2
R
VLT
L2
P2
2
R
VLT
4A
S2
4A
S2
OR/WH
BU
OR/WH
BU
2-3
L2
During the AccuSimmer cycle, 120 VAC is
activated across the element(s). This reduction of voltage is achieved by use of the
AccuSimmer switch. The switch has two positions: Normal and AccuSimmer. There are two
2
internal contacts inside the switch, as shown
below. The Normal position provides a circuit
from L1 to L2 to create 240 VAC for the normal
burner (both coils of the element). The
AccuSimmer position provides a circuit from
L1 to neutral for 120 VAC.
3
2
1
1
ACCUSIMMER
“ON” POSITION
ACCUSIMMER
SWITCH
A
B
2
1
NORMAL*
POSITION
A
B
B
A
* As Shown On Wiring Diagram
2-4
DUAL FULL POWER
HOT SURFACE
INDICATOR LIGHT
LIMITER
BK
INFINITE SWITCH
OUTER ELEMENT
BK
ACCUSIMMER
NORM.
LIMITER
INFINITE SWITCH
A
A
INNER ELEMENT
2
P2
2
SURFACE INDICATOR LIGHT
DUAL ACCUSIMMER
L1
N
HOT SURFACE
INDICATOR LIGHT
LIMITER
W
BK
2B
1B
INFINITE SWITCH
OUTER ELEMENT
BK
A
ACCUSIMMER
LIMITER
BU
A
INNER ELEMENT
1
SURFACE INDICATOR LIGHT
ACCUSIMMER
INDICATOR LIGHT
ACCUSIMMER SWITCH
B
INFINITE SWITCH
2
2
P2
SINGLE FULL POWER
HOT SURFACE
INDICATOR LIGHT
LIMITER
W
INNER ELEMENT
OR
4
2
INFINITE SWITCH
ACCUSIMMER SWITCH
LIMITER
INFINITE SWITCH
2
A
2
P2
SURFACE
INDICATOR LIGHT
P1
S2
SINGLE ACCUSIMMER
HOT SURFACE
INDICATOR LIGHT
LIMITER
W
ACCUSIMMER SWITCH
LIMITER
INFINITE SWITCH
INNER ELEMENT
OR
4
ACCUSIMMER
INDICATOR LIGHT
P1
S2
A
1
ACCUSIMMER SWITCH
B
2
2-5
W
INFINITE SWITCH
2
P2
R
KEEP WARM ELEMENT
prepared. The fifth element operates at temperatures of between 100 degrees and 200
degrees. This 100 watt element operates across
L1 and Neutral (120 VAC) to maintain the lower
temperatures.
A fifth element is an added feature to the
electric range, and is located at the center of
the cooktop. This fifth element can be used to
keep foods warm when other foods are being
P L1
“OFF” POSITION
L2
L1
L2
P
INFINITE SWITCH
H1
H1
H2
H2
L1
N
HOT SURFACE
INDICATOR LIGHT
LIMITER
BK
W
INFINITE SWITCH
SURFACE
INDICATOR LIGHT
W
BK
100 W ELEMENT
W
INFINITE SWITCH
2-6
WARMING DRAWER
TEMPERATURE
°F
SETTINGS
108
140
160
180
195
LOW
2
3
4
HI
The warming drawer is accessed through the
electronic oven control. It operates an 850 watt
heating element across 120 VAC (L1 to Neutral) that maintains a temperature of between
108 and 195 degrees. As you turn the warming
drawer on, it will default to the main setting of
108 degrees (LOW). Other warming drawer
temperatures may also be programmed, as
shown in the chart. The temperature of the
drawer is controlled by a sensor that is similar
to the main oven sensors. The warming drawer
sensor resistance is approximately 100 KΩ at
room temperature.
NOTE: To cancel the warming drawer operation, press the DRAWER OFF keypad.
The warming drawer is supplied with an insulated liner that maintains the proper temperature within the drawer. The chart, shown above,
indicates the warming drawer temperatures
with the liner in place. If the liner is removed,
the operating temperatures will increase by
10° to 20°F. Do not use the warming drawer
liner inside the oven.
Warming Drawer
Sensor
L1
N
BK
OR/BK
P3-1
P3-2
2-7
WARMING
DRAWER
850W
W
SOFT CLOSE DOOR
Gold Series ranges will use a “Soft Close” door
feature. This feature allows the oven door to be
opened to any position, (between 30° and 80°),
and will remain in that position until it is pushed
closed. When the door is pushed, an oil-filled
cylinder will dampen the closing action, and the
door will close softly against the front of the
range. The concept is similar to that which is
used on screen doors, or on the hatchbacks of
cars. The oil-filled cylinder is part of one of the
range hinge assemblies, and can be mounted
on either side.
Soft Close Door
Hinge Assembly With
Oil-Filled Cylinder
2-8
COMPONENT ACCESS
This section instructs you on how to service each component inside the range. The components
and their locations are shown below.
COMPONENT LOCATIONS
Indicator Light
Single Element Electronic
Keep Warm
Infinite Switch Oven Control
Switch
Normal Burner/
AccuSimmer Switch
Control
Power Supply
Dual Element
Infinite Switch
Latch Drive
Hot Surface
Indicators
Element &
Limiter
Thermal Fuse
Door Latch
Door Switch
Top Oven
Temperature
Sensor
Oven Light
Broil Element
Bottom Oven
Temperature Sensor
Bake Element
Warming Drawer
Temperature Sensor
Warming Drawer
Element
3-1
REMOVING A SINGLE ELEMENT INFINITE SWITCH
3.
WARNING
4.
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Disconnect power before servicing the range.
Replace all panels before operating range.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
Pull the range away from the wall so that
you can access the rear panel.
Remove the eight screws from the rear
panel and remove the panel.
Screw
(1 of 8)
CAUTION: When you work on the electric
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.
Rear Panel
Turn off the electrical supply going to the
range.
Pull the knob off the single element infinite
switch you wish to service and remove the
two screws.
5.
Remove the wires from the single element
infinite switch terminals and remove the
switch.
Single Element
Infinite Switches
Single Element
Infinite Switch
Screws
Red Black
4-H2 5-L2 3-L1
1-H1 2-P
Dk. Blue
3-2
REMOVING THE NORMAL BURNER/
ACCUSIMMER SWITCH
3.
WARNING
4.
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Disconnect power before servicing the range.
Replace all panels before operating range.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
5.
Pull the range away from the wall so that
you can access the rear panel.
Remove the eight screws from the rear
panel and remove the panel (see step 4 on
page 3-2).
Remove the wires from the Normal Burner/
AccuSimmer switch terminals and remove
the switch.
Normal Burner/
AccuSimmer Switch
CAUTION: When you work on the electric
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.
Turn off the electrical supply going to the
range.
Pull the knob off the Normal Burner/
AccuSimmer switch and remove the two
screws.
1-White
2-Violet
Screws
A-Orange
3-3
B-Blue
REMOVING THE DUAL ELEMENT INFINITE SWITCH
3.
WARNING
4.
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Disconnect power before servicing the range.
Replace all panels before operating range.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
5.
Pull the range away from the wall so that
you can access the rear panel.
Remove the eight screws from the rear
panel and remove the panel (see step 4 on
page 3-2).
Remove the wires from the dual element
infinite switch terminals and remove the
switch.
Dual Element Infinite Switch
CAUTION: When you work on the electric
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.
Turn off the electrical supply going to the
range.
Pull the knob off the dual element infinite
switch and remove the two screws.
L1 - Black
P1
L2 - Red
P2
S2 - Blue
Pilot Light
4A - Or/Wh
Outer Element
Screws
4 - Or/Bk
Inner Element
3-4
2 - Violet
Pushbutton
REMOVING THE KEEP WARM SWITCH
3.
WARNING
4.
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Disconnect power before servicing the range.
Replace all panels before operating range.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
5.
Keep Warm
Switch
CAUTION: When you work on the electric
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.
Pull the range away from the wall so that
you can access the rear panel.
Remove the eight screws from the rear
panel and remove the panel (see step 4 on
page 3-2).
Remove the wires from the Keep Warm
switch terminals and remove the switch.
Turn off the electrical supply going to the
range.
Pull the knob off the Keep Warm switch
and remove the two screws.
L1- Black
P-Blue
L2- White
H1 Gray H2
Screws
3-5
REMOVING AN INDICATOR LIGHT
4.
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
To remove an indicator light, push on the
body and slide the clip off the shoulder of
the lens.
Lens
Indicator Light
Disconnect power before servicing the range.
Replace all panels before operating range.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
CAUTION: When you work on the electric
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.
3.
Push
Turn off the electrical supply going to the
range.
Pull the range away from the wall so that
you can access the rear panel.
Remove the eight screws from the rear
panel and remove the panel (see step 4 on
page 3-2).
5.
Indicator Lights
Indicator Light
3-6
Disconnect the two indicator wires from
the terminals.
REMOVING THE CONTROL POWER SUPPLY
AND THE ELECTRONIC OVEN CONTROL
4.
WARNING
To remove the control power supply:
a) Disconnect plugs P1 and P2.
b) Remove the two screws.
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
P2
P1
Disconnect power before servicing the range.
Replace all panels before operating range.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
CAUTION: When you work on the electric
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.
3.
Screw
5.
Turn off the electrical supply going to the
range.
Pull the range away from the wall so that
you can access the rear panel.
Remove the eight screws from the rear
panel and remove the panel (see step 4 on
page 3-2).
Control Power Supply
To remove the electronic oven control:
a) Disconnect plugs P3, P4, P7, and P8.
b) Remove the screw, slide the board to
the left, and remove it from the bracket
clips.
Screw
P8
P3
Electronic Oven Control
P4
Control Power Supply
3-7
Screw
Electronic
Oven Control
P7
REMOVING AN ELEMENT & LIMITER
AND THE COOKTOP GLASS ASSEMBLY
5.
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Lift the front of the cooktop and rest it
against the control panel. CAUTION: Be
careful that the cooktop does not accidentally fall forward.
Disconnect power before servicing the range.
Replace all panels before operating range.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
CAUTION: When you work on the electric
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.
3.
Turn off the electrical supply going to the
range.
Open the oven door.
Remove the two cooktop bracket screws
from the bottom front of the cooktop.
Screw
4.
Bracket Screws
6.
Screw
Pull the cooktop forward far enough to
unhook it from the top of the range.
To remove an element and limiter:
a) Remove the wires from the element
and limiter terminals.
b) Remove the element bracket screw
(shown above) for the element and
limiter you are servicing.
c) If you are removing the center element
and limiter, remove the screw from the
hot surface indicator bracket and remove the indicator.
Hot Surface Indicator
Cooktop
Screw
Center Element
Hook
3-8
d) Carefully lift the bottom of the bracket
just far enough to remove the element.
NOTE: If you are removing an element
at the top of the bracket, remove the
lower element first, lay it on top of the
range, and then remove the top element from the bracket.
e) Remove the screws from the limiter
and remove it from the element. NOTE:
Be careful when you remove the limiter
that you do not break the sensor tube
(see below).
7.
To remove the cooktop glass assembly:
a) Remove the two screws from the hot
surface indicator assembly bracket and
remove the assembly from the frame.
Screw
(1 of 2)
Hot Surface
Indicator
Bracket
Screws
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Limiter
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
b) Carefully lift the bottom of the left bracket
just far enough to remove the bottom
element, then repeat the procedure for
the bottom right and center elements.
Lay each of the elements on top of the
range.
c) Lift the brackets and remove the top
two elements and lay them on top of the
range.
d) Lift the element brackets and unhook
them from the top of the cooktop.
e) Remove the old cooktop glass assembly from the range.
REASSEMBLY NOTE: When reinstalling the
elements in the new cooktop glass assembly,
make sure that the alignment pins are in their
correct bracket slots, as shown in the photo
above
Sensor Tube
REASSEMBLY NOTE: When you reinstall the
element and limiter, make sure that the alignment pins are inserted into the correct bracket
slots, (see the photo to the right) then reinstall
the bracket screw to secure it to the cooktop.
3-9
REMOVING THE HOT SURFACE INDICATORS
5.
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Disconnect power before servicing the range.
Replace all panels before operating range.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
Screw
(1 of 2)
CAUTION: When you work on the electric
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.
3.
4.
To remove the four hot surface indicator assembly:
a) Remove the two screws from the hot
surface indicator assembly bracket and
remove the assembly from the frame.
Hot Surface
Indicator
Bracket
Turn off the electrical supply going to the
range.
Pull the range away from the wall so that
you can access the rear panel.
Remove the eight screws from the rear
panel and remove the panel (see step 4 on
page 3-2).
Raise the cooktop (see page 3-8 for the
procedure).
b) Unsnap four tabs on the hot surface
indicator assembly from the bracket
and remove the assembly.
Tabs
(4) Hot Surface Indicator Assembly
(1) Hot Surface
Indicator
Tabs
c) Disconnect the yellow, orange, brown,
and blue wires from the element terminals.
d) From the back of the unit, disconnect
the white wire connector.
3-10
6.
To remove the single hot surface indicator:
a) Remove the screw from the bracket on
the center element and remove the
indicator.
b) Disconnect the two wires from the terminals.
Single Hot Surface Indicator
Screw
Center Element
3-11
REMOVING THE DOOR LATCH & THE DOOR SWITCH
b) Remove the door latch from the burner
box and unhook the actuating rod.
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Disconnect power before servicing the range.
Replace all panels before operating range.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
CAUTION: When you work on the electric
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.
3.
4.
Turn off the electrical supply going to the
range.
Open the oven door.
Raise the cooktop (see page 3-8 for the
procedure).
To remove the door latch:
a) Remove the two screws and rubber
bumper from the door latch and remove
the latch.
Screw
Unhook
Actuating
Rod
5.
Screw &
Rubber Bumper
3-12
To remove the door switch:
a) If not already done, raise the cooktop
(see page 3-8 for the procedure).
b) Remove the four screws from the right
mounting plate and remove the plate.
Screw (1 of 4)
Right Mounting Plate
c) Remove the door switch from the range.
To do this, use a ratchet extension or a
small socket, and tap it out of the hole
with a hammer.
d) Disconnect the wires from the terminals.
Wires
Ratchet Extension
Door Switch
Door Switch
3-13
REMOVING THE BROIL & BAKE ELEMENTS
b) Pull the element forward so that you
can access the terminals and disconnect the wires. NOTE: The element terminals are at a 90˚ angle to the rear
holes, so be careful when you pull them
through the liner holes.
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Disconnect power before servicing the range.
Replace all panels before operating range.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
CAUTION: When you work on the electric
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.
3.
Turn off the electrical supply going to the
range.
Open the oven door and remove the racks
from inside the oven.
To remove the broil element:
a) Remove the four screws from the front
and rear brackets.
Front Bracket Screws
Rear Bracket Screws
3-14
Terminals
4.
To remove the bake element:
a) Remove the two screws from the element brackets.
b) Pull the element forward so that you
can access the terminals and disconnect the wires.
Bracket Screws
Terminals
Bake
Element
3-15
REMOVING THE OVEN LIGHT SOCKET ASSEMBLY
CAUTION: Be careful not to scratch or chip the
oven liner paint when you remove the oven
light socket in the next step.
4. Use a screwdriver and bend the clips on
the oven light socket away from the edges
of the liner hole, and pull the socket out of
the liner. NOTE: If it is too difficult to remove the socket from the front of the oven,
you will have to push the socket out from
the back of the unit.
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Disconnect power before servicing the range.
Replace all panels before operating range.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
CAUTION: When you work on the electric
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.
3.
Socket Clips
Turn off the electrical supply going to the
range.
Open the oven door and remove the racks
from the oven.
Unscrew the lens and bulb from the oven
light socket assembly and remove them.
Lens & Bulb
5.
Disconnect the wires from the socket terminals.
Socket Wires
(Viewed From Rear Panel)
3-16
REMOVING THE LATCH DRIVE ASSEMBLY
5.
WARNING
6.
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Disconnect the wires from the latch drive
motor and switch.
Remove the two mounting screws from
the latch drive.
Disconnect power before servicing the range.
Replace all panels before operating range.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
Switch Terminals
Screw
CAUTION: When you work on the electric
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.
3.
4.
Turn off the electrical supply going to the
range.
Open the oven door and remove the racks
from the oven.
Pull the range away from the wall so that
you can access the rear panel.
Remove the eight screws from the rear
panel and remove the panel (see step 4 on
page 3-2).
Screw
Motor Terminals
7.
Unhook the actuating rod from the cam.
Actuating Rod
Latch Drive Assembly
Cam
3-17
REMOVING THE OVEN TEMPERATURE SENSORS
AND THE THERMAL FUSE
5.
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
To remove an oven temperature sensor, disconnect the connector from the
main harness and remove the two mounting screws.
Screws
Disconnect power before servicing the range.
Replace all panels before operating range.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
Connectors
CAUTION: When you work on the electric
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.
3.
4.
Turn off the electrical supply going to the
range.
Open the oven door and remove the racks
from the oven.
Pull the range away from the wall so that
you can access the rear panel.
Remove the eight screws from the rear
panel and remove the panel (see step 4 on
page 3-2).
6.
To remove the thermal fuse, disconnect
the wires from the terminals and remove
the mounting screw.
Wires
Screw
Thermal Fuse
Top Oven
Temperature
Sensor
Thermal Fuse
Bottom Oven
Temperature
Sensor
3-18
REMOVING THE WARMING DRAWER ELEMENT
& TEMPERATURE SENSOR
Front Bracket Screws
WARNING
Warming Drawer Element
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Disconnect power before servicing the range.
Replace all panels before operating range.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
Rear Bracket Screws
CAUTION: When you work on the electric
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.
Turn off the electrical supply going to the
range.
Slide the warming drawer out as far as it
will go, press on the release arms, located
on the side rails of the drawer, and remove
the drawer.
4.
b) Remove the two rear bracket screws,
pull the element forward, and disconnect the wires from the terminals.
To remove the warming drawer temperature sensor:
a) If not already done, remove the warming drawer (see step 2).
b) Remove the two mounting screws from
the sensor bracket.
Warming Drawer Area
Release Arm
(on each side)
Warming Drawer
Temperature Sensor Screws
Warming Drawer
3.
To remove the warming drawer element:
a) Remove the two front bracket screws
(see the photo at the top of the next
column).
c) Pull the sensor forward and unplug the
connectors.
3-19
REMOVING THE OVEN DOOR
4.
WARNING
5.
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Disconnect power before servicing the range.
Replace all panels before operating range.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
Close the oven door as far as the two pins
will allow.
Grasp the sides of the door and lift the door
until it stops, then pull the hinge hangers
out of the slots.
Hinge Hanger
CAUTION: When you work on the electric
range, be careful when handling the sheet
metal parts. Sharp edges may be present, and
you can cut yourself if you are not careful.
CAUTION: Do not lift the oven door by its
handle.
To remove the oven door:
1. Open the oven door to its fully down position.
2. Remove the two door stop clips from the
oven door slots.
Door
Stop Clip
3.
Install a pin in the hole of each oven door
hinge hanger.
Door
Pin
To reinstall the oven door:
1. Grasp the sides of the door and tilt it back
at a slight angle, then insert the hinge
hangers into the hinge slots as far as they
will go.
2. Rotate the top of the door towards the
range so the hinge hangers fit onto the
support pins.
3. Close the oven door as far as the pins will
allow, and make sure that the hinge hangers are fully seated on the support pins. If
they are not seated properly, the door will
not close tightly and may be off-center. To
seat the hinge hangers, open the door
slightly, and push in on the bottom until the
hangers are fully seated.
4. Open the oven door to its fully open position and remove the two hinge hanger
pins.
Hinge
Hanger
3-20
5.
Install the two door stop clips in the top of
the door slots with the angled side facing
up.
6.
Angled Side up
3-21
Close the oven door completely and check
it for proper operation and alignment.
REMOVING THE OVEN DOOR HANDLE & GLASS
4.
WARNING
Remove the three bottom screws from the
door liner.
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Disconnect power before servicing the range.
Replace all panels before operating range.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
Bottom Liner Screws
CAUTION: When you work on the electric
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.
3.
Remove the oven door from the range
(see page 3-20 for the procedure).
Place the oven door on a padded work
surface with the front glass facing down.
Remove the two top door liner screws.
5.
6.
Lift the liner assembly off the front glass
and set it aside.
To remove the door handle, unhook it
from the top of the front glass and remove
the two door handle screws.
Door Handle Screws
Top Liner Screws
7.
To remove the front door glass, remove
the two side trim screws. Be careful not to
break the trim near the mounting screw.
Door Glass Trim Screws
3-22
8.
To remove a hinge hanger assembly:
a) Place the door liner assembly on a
padded work surface with the hinge
hangers over the edge.
b) Remove the two bottom screws.
c) Unhook the hinge hanger tab from the
slot at the top.
d) Lift the hinge hanger out of the door
liner slot.
c) Remove the insulation from around the
oven door glass assembly.
Insulation
Unhook Tab From Slot
d) Lift the inner oven door glass and
bracket assembly out of the door liner.
Inner Oven Door
Glass &Bracket
n
e) Lift the outer oven door glass out of the
door liner.
Hinge Hanger Screws
9.
To remove the oven door glass assembly:
a) Remove both hinge hangers (see step
8).
b) Lift the insulation retainer off the door
liner.
Insulation Retainer
Outer Oven Door Glass
REASSEMBLY NOTE: When you reinstall the
insulation around the oven door glass, make
sure that the insulation is not visible in the glass
after the door is reassembled.
3-23
REMOVING THE OVEN DOOR GASKET
3.
WARNING
Pull the ends of the gasket out of the liner
holes.
End Of Gasket
In Liner Hole
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Disconnect power before servicing the range.
Replace all panels before operating range.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
CAUTION: When you work on the electric
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.
Open the oven door to its fully down position.
Pull the oven door gasket clips out of the
liner holes until all of the clips are removed.
REASSEMBLY NOTE: When you install the
new gasket, make sure that all of the clips are
seated in their liner holes, and that the ends of
the gasket are pushed fully into their holes. Use
the pointed end of a pencil to push the gasket
ends into the holes.
Push End Of
Gasket Into
Hole With
Pencil
Door Gasket
Gasket Clips
3-24
REMOVING A SIDE PANEL
7.
WARNING
Remove the three screws from the left or
right side panel you are removing (the left
panel is shown below).
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Disconnect power before servicing the range.
Replace all panels before operating range.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
CAUTION: When you work on the electric
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.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Turn off the electrical supply going to the
range.
Remove the oven door from the range
(see page 3-20 for the procedure).
Pull the range away from the wall so you
can access the back of the unit.
Remove the eight screws from the rear
panel and remove the panel (see step 4 on
page 3-2).
Raise the cooktop (see page 3-8 for the
procedure). NOTE: Position the side of
the cooktop so that it does not rest on the
side panel that you are removing.
Remove the five screws from the top of the
side panel. NOTE: Set the small support
bracket aside with the screws.
3 Screws
8 . Pull the back of the side panel out from the
range approximately 45˚.
Bracket
Left Side
Panel Screws
Unhook
3 Front Tabs
From Slots
9. Open the warming drawer several inches.
10. Push forward and unhook the three front
tabs from the chassis slots and remove
the side panel.
3-25
— NOTES —
3-26
COMPONENT TESTING
Before testing any of the components, perform
the following checks:
• The most common cause for control failure is
corrosion on connectors. Therefore, disconnecting and reconnecting wires will be necessary throughout test procedures.
• All tests/checks should be made with a VOM
or DVM having a sensitivity of 20,000 ohmsper-volt DC, or greater.
• Check all connections before replacing components, looking for broken or loose wires,
failed terminals, or wires not pressed into
connectors far enough.
• Resistance checks must be made with power
cord unplugged from outlet, and with wiring
harness or connectors disconnected.
WARNING
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all panels before operating.
Failure to do so could result in death or
electrical shock.
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all panels before operating.
Failure to do so could result in death or
electrical shock.
WARMING DRAWER ELEMENT
DOOR SWITCH
Refer to page 3-12 for the procedure for servicing the door switch.
1. Disconnect the electrical power to the
range.
2. Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1 scale.
3. Touch the ohmmeter leads to the door
switch terminals. The meter should indicate an open circuit (infinite).
4. Press the actuator button and the meter
should indicate continuity (0 Ω).
Refer to page 3-19 for the procedure for servicing the warming drawer element.
1. Disconnect the electrical power to the
range.
2. Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1 scale.
3. Touch one of the ohmmeter leads to the
warming drawer element terminals. The
meter should indicate between 14 and
20 Ω.
4-1
WARNING
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all panels before operating.
Failure to do so could result in death or
electrical shock.
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all panels before operating.
Failure to do so could result in death or
electrical shock.
BAKE ELEMENT
BROIL ELEMENT
Refer to page 3-14 for the procedure for servicing the bake element.
1. Disconnect the electrical power to the
range.
2. Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1 scale.
3.
Refer to page 3-14 for the procedure for servicing the broil element.
1. Disconnect the electrical power to the
range.
2. Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1 scale.
3. Touch one of the ohmmeter leads to the
broil element terminals. The meter should
indicate between 14 and 21 Ω.
Touch one of the ohmmeter leads to the
bake element terminals. The meter should
indicate between 20 and 28 Ω.
4-2
WARNING
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all panels before operating.
Failure to do so could result in death or
electrical shock.
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all panels before operating.
Failure to do so could result in death or
electrical shock.
LATCH DRIVE
Actuator
OVEN & WARMING DRAWER
TEMPERATURE SENSORS
Door Latch Switch
Switch
Terminals
Motor
Refer to page 3-18 for the procedure for servicing the oven temperature sensors, and to page
3-19 for the warming drawer temperature sensor.
1. Disconnect the electrical power to the
range.
2. Set the ohmmeter to the R x 100 scale.
3. Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the
oven temperature sensor connector pins.
The meter should indicate approximately
1080 Ω at 75˚F for both sensors.
4. Set the ohmmeter to the R x 10K scale.
5. Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the
warming drawer temperature sensor connector pins. The meter should indicate
approximately 9 kΩ at 75˚F.
Motor Terminals
Refer to page 3-17 for the procedure for servicing the latch drive.
1. Disconnect the electrical power to the
range.
2. Disconnect the wires from the latch drive
component under test.
3. Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1K scale.
4. To test the motor, touch the ohmmeter
leads to the terminals. The meter should
indicate approximately 2800 Ω.
5. To test the door latch switch:
a) Touch the ohmmeter leads to the terminals. The meter should indicate an
open circuit (infinite).
b) Press the switch actuator and touch the
ohmmeter leads to the terminals. The
meter should indicate continuity (0 Ω).
4-3
WARNING
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all panels before operating.
Failure to do so could result in death or
electrical shock.
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all panels before operating.
Failure to do so could result in death or
electrical shock.
THERMAL FUSE
SINGLE ELEMENT INFINITE
SWITCHES (RF, RR, & LR)
H2 L2
L1
L1
L2
P
Refer to page 3-18 for the procedure for servicing the thermal fuse.
1. Disconnect the electrical power to the
range.
2. Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1 scale.
3. Touch one of the ohmmeter leads to the
thermal fuse terminals. The meter should
indicate continuity (0 Ω). NOTE: The thermal fuse will open at 363˚F (184˚C) and is
non-resettable.
P
H1
H2
H1
Refer to page 3-2 for the procedure for servicing a single element infinite switch.
1. Disconnect the electrical power to the
range.
2. Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1 scale.
3.
4.
5.
6.
4-4
Turn the appropriate infinite switch to the
On position.
Touch the ohmmeter test leads to terminals L1 and P. The meter should indicate
continuity (0 Ω).
Touch the ohmmeter test leads to terminals L1 and H1. The meter should indicate
continuity (0 Ω).
Touch the ohmmeter test leads to terminals L2 and H2. The meter should indicate
continuity (0 Ω).
4.
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all panels before operating.
Failure to do so could result in death or
electrical shock.
5.
DUAL ELEMENT INFINITE
SWITCH (LF)
Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the
following terminals. The meter should indicate continuity (0 Ω):
a) P1 - 4.
b) P1 - S2.
c) P2 - 2.
Touch the ohmmeter test leads to terminals P1 and 4a. The meter should indicate
an open circuit (infinite).
L1
L2
BK
R
P1
L1 - Black
P1
P2
L2 - Red
P2
S2
BU
PILOT LIGHT
4A
OUTER ELEMENT
OR/WH
S2 - Blue
Pilot Light
4
OR/BK
4A - Or/Wh
Outer Element
INNER ELEMENT
6.
4 - Or/Bk
Inner Element
7.
2 - Violet
Pushbutton
Refer to page 3-4 for the procedure for servicing the dual element infinite switch.
1. Disconnect the electrical power to the
range.
2. Set the ohmmeter to the R X 1 scale.
3.
SINGLE
POSITION
2
VLT
PUSHBUTTON
Turn the dual element infinite switch to the
“dual” position.
Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the
following terminals. The meter should indicate continuity (0 Ω):
a) P1 - 4.
b) P1 - 4a.
c) P1 - S2.
d) P2 - 2.
L1
L2
BK
Turn the dual element infinite switch to the
“single” position.
P1
R
P2
S2
BU
PILOT LIGHT
4A
OUTER ELEMENT
OR/WH
4
OR/BK
INNER ELEMENT
4-5
2
VLT
PUSHBUTTON
DUAL
POSITION
Refer to page 3-5 for the procedure for servicing the Keep Warm switch.
1. Disconnect the electrical power to the
range.
2. Set the ohmmeter to the R X 1K scale.
3. Turn the Keep Warm switch to the On
position.
4. Touch the ohmmeter test leads to terminals L1 and P. The meter should indicate
continuity (0 Ω).
5. Touch the ohmmeter test leads to terminals L1 and H1. The meter should indicate
continuity (0 Ω).
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all panels before operating.
Failure to do so could result in death or
electrical shock.
KEEP WARM SWITCH (CR)
BU BK WH
P L1 L2
Black
White
L1
L2
6.
Blue
P
H1
Gray
H1
GY
H2
Gray
H2
GY
4-6
Touch the ohmmeter test leads to terminals L2 and H2. The meter should indicate
continuity (0 Ω).
Refer to page 3-3 for the procedure for servicing the Normal Burner/AccuSimmer switch.
1. Disconnect the electrical power to the
range.
2. Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1 scale.
3. Turn the Normal Burner/AccuSimmer
switch to the Normal Burner position.
4. Touch the ohmmeter test leads to terminals 2 and A. The meter should indicate
continuity (0 Ω).
5. Touch the ohmmeter test leads to terminals 3 and A. The meter should indicate
continuity (0 Ω).
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all panels before operating.
Failure to do so could result in death or
electrical shock.
NORMAL BURNER/ACCUSIMMER
SWITCH (LF)
NORMAL BURNER
1 WH
POSITION
2V
3V
1 WH 2 V
3
6.
A - OR
Touch the ohmmeter test leads to terminals 1 and A. The meter should indicate an
open (infinite) circuit.
7. Turn the Normal Burner/AccuSimmer
switch to the AccuSimmer position.
8. Touch the ohmmeter test leads to terminals 1 and A. The meter should indicate
continuity (0 Ω).
9. Touch the ohmmeter test leads to terminals 2 and B. The meter should indicate
continuity (0 Ω).
10. Touch the ohmmeter test leads to terminals 3 and B. The meter should indicate
continuity (0 Ω).
B - BU
ACCUSIMMER POSITION
1 WH 2 V
3
A - OR
B - BU
A - OR
B - BU
4-7
e) Touch the ohmmeter test leads to limiter terminals 1B & 2B.
With the temperature below 150˚F, the
meter should indicate an open circuit
(infinite).
With the temperature above 150˚F, the
meter should indicate continuity (0 Ω).
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all panels before operating.
Failure to do so could result in death or
electrical shock.
5.
SURFACE ELEMENTS & LIMITERS
Refer to page 3-8 for the procedure for servicing the elements & limiters.
1. Disconnect the electrical power to the
range.
2. Set the ohmmeter to the R X 1 scale.
3.
4.
Raise the cooktop.
To test the RF, LR, & RR elements &
limiters:
a) Disconnect one of the wires from the
element terminals.
b) Disconnect the wires from limiter terminals 1A and 1B.
c) Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the
two element terminals. The meter
should indicate 45 Ω ±10%.
d) Touch the ohmmeter test leads to limiter terminals 1A & 2A. The meter
should indicate continuity (0 Ω).
1B
1A
2B
2A
Limiter
Element Terminals
4-8
To test the center rear (CR) element
and limiter:
a) Disconnect either of the gray wires from
the element terminals.
b) Disconnect the wires from limiter terminals 1A and 1B.
c) Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the
two element terminals. The meter
should indicate 120 Ω ±10%.
d) Touch the ohmmeter test leads to limiter terminals 1A & 2A. The meter
should indicate continuity (0 Ω).
e) Touch the ohmmeter test leads to limiter terminals 1B & 2B.
With the temperature below 150˚F, the
meter should indicate an open circuit
(infinite).
With the temperature above 150˚F, the
meter should indicate continuity (0 Ω).
6.
To test the left front (LF) dual element
and limiter:
a) Disconnect the wires from the dual element terminals.
b) Disconnect the wires from limiter terminals 1A and 1B.
c) Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the
800W element terminals (orange/white
wire). The meter should indicate 50 Ω
±10%.
d) Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the
1600W element terminals (orange/
black wire). The meter should indicate
38 Ω ±10%.
e) Touch the ohmmeter test leads to limiter terminals 1A & 2A. The meter
should indicate continuity (0 Ω).
f) Touch the ohmmeter test leads to limiter terminals 1B & 2B.
With the temperature below 150˚F, the
meter should indicate an open circuit
(infinite).
With the temperature above 150˚F, the
meter should indicate continuity (0 Ω).
4-9
— NOTES —
4-10
DIAGNOSIS & TROUBLESHOOTING
• All units that have failed during the first few
days of use, should be checked for loose
connections, or miswiring.
• All checks should be made with a meter
having a sensitivity of 20,000 ohms per volt,
or greater.
FAILURE/ERROR DISPLAY CODES
TECH SHEET 8522647, REV. A
• All diagnoses of this range must begin with a
normal check of the line voltage, blown fuses,
and failed components.
LIKELY FAILURE
CONDITION
4-DIGIT
DISPLAY
3-DIGIT
DISPLAY
F0
E0
Factory default - not an error
E0
EEPROM communications error
E1
EEPROM checksum error
E2
UL A/D error(s)
E4
Model ID error
E6
Latch signal mismatch error
E0
Shorted key
E1
Key tail unplugged
E0
Oven sensor opened - Top
E1
Oven sensor shorted - Top
E2
Bake range over temperature
E3
Clean range over temperature
E4
Oven sensor opened - Bottom
E5
Oven sensor shorted - Bottom
E6
Warming drawer sensor open
E7
Warming drawer sensor shorted
F1
F2
F3
F3
F5
E0
SUGGESTED CORRECTIVE ACTION PROCEDURE
1. No action required.
1. Verify failure if not displayed, using CANCEL/OFF key. Press key for 5 seconds until last
error code is displayed.
2. Disconnect power longer than 30 seconds.
3. Re-apply power and observe for longer than 1 minute.
4. If failure remains, disconnect power, replace control.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Verify failure if not displayed, using CANCEL/OFF key. Press for 5 seconds.
Disconnect power.
If applicable, ensure membrane tail is seated in connector on back of control.
Re-apply power and observe for longer than 1 minute.
If failure remains, disconnect power, replace control.
1. Measure sensor value (between connector pins) between 1000 Ω @ 32 ° F and 2697 Ω
@ 900 ° F (room temperature approx. = 1080 Ω ). If measurement does not correlate to
real temperature, disconnect power, replace sensor and refer to steps 3-5.
Also measure from sensor connector to sensor casing for possible short.
2. Trace wires and connectors to sensor from control, then from sensor back to control. If
all connections are made and no wire damage, refer to step 3.
3. Disconnect power longer than 30 seconds.
4. Re-apply power and observe for longer than 1 minute.
5. If failure remains, disconnect power, replace control, then go back to step 4.
1. Same corrective action as for other F3 codes, with the exception that the warming
drawer resistance value at room temperature is approx. 100k Ω .
Door switches do not agree
1. Disconnect power from unit.
2. Check wires and connectors from control to door switch, then from door switch to
control.
3. If no damage to wires or connector, replace door switch.
4. Re-apply power.
5. Press CANCEL PROGRAM and start the clean mode, and observe for one minute to
ensure that operation is normal.
F5
E1
Door latch not operating
1. Verify error code by pressing and holding CANCEL/OFF key for 5 seconds. Momentarily
(less than 5 sec.) press CANCEL key again to remove error code display.
2. Program and start the Clean mode. Observe to see if door locks. If it does not, inspect
the locking mechanism from the solenoid to the latch pawl and door to find the cause
of the problem. If the door is not locking, then 1 minute from the start of the Clean, the
F5 E1 code will again be displayed. Press CANCEL key to remove error code display.
3. Once any mechanical problems with the latch mechanism have been corrected, program
and start a Clean cycle (after, if necessary, clearing F5 E1 error code) to ensure proper
operation of the door lock. Immediately cancel the Clean mode to observe proper
operation of door unlock.
F8
E0
N/A
N/A
5-1
— NOTES —
5-2
WIRING DIAGRAMS & STRIP CIRCUITS
WIRING DIAGRAM
L1
N
L2
BK
P1-1
2 5 4 6 7 X 1
ON SOME MODELS
Y
GY
BR
VLT
OR
BU
OVEN LIGHT
OVEN CONTROL
P8-1
TAN
W
P8-3
R
P8-5
BR
P4-5
P4-3
W
M
BU
N.O.
BU
GY
COM
Y
P4-1
DOOR LATCH
SWITCH
DOOR
SW.
UPPER OVEN
TEMP SENSOR
P4-4
VLT
P4-8
P3-1
BK
BK
Y
THERMAL FUSE
BROIL ELEMENT
OPENS @ 184°F
3400 W
R
BU/W
P3-3
BU
P3-2
OR/BK
P3-4
WARMING DRAWER
ELEMENT - 850W
W
ON SOME MODELS
BAKE ELEMENT
R
R
2400W
LF
4
P7
1 2 3 4 5 X 7
P4-7
P4-6
BR
BK
OR/BK
P2
OR
WARMING
DRAWER
SENSOR
LOWER OVEN
TEMP
SENSOR
TAN
R
POWER SUPPLY
BROWN WIRE CONTAINS NON-RESETABLE FUSE
W
P1-4
GND
W
W
P1
R
L1
2
P
P2
VLT
4A
OR/WT
H1
A
2A
L2
P
RF
L1
L2
L1
P
RR
L2
CR
1
2
B
P
LR
S2
3
L1
L2
OR
Y
H2
Y
2A
2B
H1
BR
1B
1200 W 1A
H2
BR
2A
H1
2B
BU
H2
BU
2A
H1
H2
2B
GY
GY
1B
ON SOME
MODELS
100 W
1A
INNER ELEMENT
1600 W
2A
2B
1A
1B
2B
1B
1200 W 1A
1B
1800 W 1A
BU
OUTER ELEMENT
800 W
BU
SURFACE
IND. LIGHT
ACCUSIMMER
IND.
LIGHT
LF
LR
HOT SURFACE
IND. LIGHTS
RF
RR
SURF
IND.
LIGHT
CR
HOT SURFACE
IND. LIGHT
ON SOME MODELS
NOTE: SCHEMATIC SHOWS DOOR LATCH SWITCH IN THE
“COOK” POSITION WITH THE OVEN DOOR OPEN, AND
ELEMENTS OFF.
6-1
8522647, Rev. A
STRIP CIRCUITS
SURFACE UNIT (TYPICAL)
SURFACE UNIT (ACCUSIMMER)
HOT SURFACE
INDICATOR LIGHT
LIMITER
W
ACCUSIMMER SWITCH
LIMITER
INFINITE SWITCH
4
BU
INNER ELEMENT
A
ACCUSIMMER
INDICATOR LIGHT
P1
S2
ACCUSIMMER SWITCH
B
W
1
INFINITE SWITCH
2
2
P2
SURFACE UNIT (DUAL)
BK
ACCUSIMMER
NORM.
BK
A
A
6-2
2
2
P2
R
BROIL
OVEN CONTROL
@
BAKE
OVEN CONTROL
@
CLEAN
OVEN CONTROL
@
UPPER OVEN
TEMP SENSOR
TAN TAN
TAN
LOWER OVEN
TEMP SENSOR
6-3
CLOCK DISPLAY ON
BROWN WIRE CONTAINS NON-RESETTABLE FUSE
BK
OVEN LIGHT
OVEN CONTROL
QUICK-DISCONNECT PLUGS (FOR POWER SUPPLY)
P1
BLK
P2
YEL
WHT
GRY
VLT
BRN
ORN
BLU
QUICK-DISCONNECT PLUGS (FOR CONTROL)
TAN
GRY
P3
P7
GRY
BRN
VLT
BRN
YEL
BLU
ORN
BRN
RED
P4
BLU
RED
ORN
BLK
BLK
BLK
P8
ORN
BLU
6-4
YEL
VLT
7-1
No
Is the temperature below
the low temperature limit?
No
Is the temperature above
the high temperature limit?
Yes
Yes
No
Is the top
element / burner ON?
Turn Off the
top element / burner.
Yes
Read the bottom
sensor temperature.
User sets the temperature
and starts the Bake cycle.
Cycle the bottom element / burner
relay at the preset duty cycle.
Yes
Turn Off the
bottom element / burner.
No
Is the bottom
element / burner OFF?
Set the Bake parameters:
• Total Cycle Time
• Top Element / Burner ON Time
• Bottom Element / Burner ON Time
• Top-To-Bottom Sensor Offset
• Top-To-Bottom Amplitude
• Bottom Priority ON / OFF
No
Is the temperature below
the low temperature limit?
No
Is the temperature above
the high temperature limit?
Read the top
sensor temperature.
Oven preheats (no change
from current routine)
Yes
Yes
Purge the burner.
No
Has the burner purge
time been satisfied?
No
Is the appliance
electric?
Is the bottom
element / burner ON?
Turn Off the
top element / burner.
No
Is the top
element / burner OFF?
DUO COOKING SYSTEM FLOW CHART
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Cycle the top element / burner
relay at the preset duty cycle.
TECH TIPS
— NOTES —
7-2
— NOTES —
7-3
— NOTES —
7-4
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
AND
WARRANTY INFORMATION SOURCES
IN THE UNITED STATES:
FOR PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS AND WARRANTY INFORMATION CALL:
FOR WHIRLPOOL PRODUCTS: 1-800-253-1301
FOR KITCHENAID PRODUCTS: 1-800-422-1230
FOR ROPER PRODUCTS:
1-800-447-6737
FOR TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE WHILE AT THE CUSTOMER’S HOME CALL:
THE TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE LINE: 1-800-253-2870
HAVE YOUR STORE NUMBER READY TO IDENTIFY YOU AS AN
AUTHORIZED SERVICER
FOR LITERATURE ORDERS:
PHONE: 1-800-851-4605
IN CANADA:
FOR PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS AND WARRANTY INFORMATION CALL:
1-800-461-5681
FOR TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE WHILE AT THE CUSTOMER’S HOME CALL:
THE TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE LINE: 1-800-488-4791
HAVE YOUR STORE NUMBER READY TO IDENTIFY YOU AS AN
AUTHORIZED SERVICER
CORPORATION