Amana RS2320006 Service manual

This manual covers general information
on Freestanding Electric BIG OVEN.
Refer to individual Technical Sheets
for information on specific models.
Service
Electric Freestanding
BIG OVEN™
Service Manual for
Amana®
This manual is to be used by qualified appliance
technicians only. Amana does not assume any
responsibility for property damage or personal
injury for improper service procedures done by an
unqualified person.
RS2320006
Revision 0
August 2001
Important Information
Pride and workmanship go into every product to provide our customers with quality products. It is possible,
however, that during its lifetime a product may require service. Products should be serviced only by a qualified
service technician who is familiar with the safety procedures required in the repair and who is equipped with
the proper tools, parts, testing instruments and the appropriate service manual. REVIEW ALL SERVICE
INFORMATION IN THE APPROPRIATE SERVICE MANUAL BEFORE BEGINNING REPAIRS.
Important Notices for Consumers and Servicers
!
WARNING
To avoid risk of serious injury or death, repairs should not be attempted by an unauthorized personal, dangerous
conditions (such as exposure to electrical shock) may result.
!
CAUTION
Amana will not be responsible for any injury or property damage from improper service procedures. If performing
service on your own product, assume responsibility for any personal injury or property damage which may result.
To locate an authorized servicer, consult your telephone book or the dealer from whom you purchased this product.
For further assistance, contact: 1 (800) 628-5782 first, if no answer call number listed below.
CONSUMER AFFAIRS DEPT.
AMANA APPLIANCES
AMANA, IOWA 52204
OR
CALL
1 (800) 843-0304
If outside the United States contact:
AMANA
ATTN: CONSUMER AFFAIRS DEPT
AMANA, IOWA 52204, USA
Telephone:
(319) 622-5511
Facsimile:
(319) 622-2180
TELEX: 4330076 AMANA
CABLE: "AMANA", AMANA, IOWA, USA
Recognize Safety Symbols, Words, and Labels
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DANGER
DANGER—Immediate hazards which WILL result in severe personal injury or death.
!
WARNING
WARNING—Hazards or unsafe practices which COULD result in severe personal injury or death.
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CAUTION
CAUTION—Hazards or unsafe practices which COULD result in minor personal injury or product or property
damage.
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Table of Contents
Important Information ................................................. 2
Important Safety Information ...................................... 4
ALL APPLIANCES ............................................... 5
SURFACE COOKING UNITS .............................. 5
OVENS ................................................................ 5
VENTILATION HOODS ....................................... 5
In Case of Fire ..................................................... 5
Precautions ......................................................... 5
General Information
Cooking Utensils .................................................. 6
Pan Bottom Test .................................................. 6
Oven Rack Placement ......................................... 7
Pan Placement .................................................... 7
Removing Oven Door .......................................... 7
Replacing Oven Door ........................................... 7
Component Testing Information ................................. 8
Troubleshooting Procedures ...................................... 9
Disassembly Procedures
Oven Door Handle, Outer/Inner Glass, and
Door Hinges ....................................................... 11
Reverse Procedure to Reassemble Oven Door .. 12
Oven Door Gasket ............................................. 12
Electronic Control .............................................. 12
Infinite Switch .................................................... 12
Indicator Light .................................................... 12
Maintop .............................................................. 13
Door Latch Motor, Plunger Light Switch, and
Latch Switch ...................................................... 13
Bake Element .................................................... 13
Broil Element ..................................................... 14
Sensor, Oven Control ........................................ 14
Oven Light and Oven Light Socket ..................... 14
Flue ................................................................... 14
Leveling Leg Bracket ......................................... 14
Front Frame and Oven Liner .............................. 14
Side Panel ......................................................... 14
Storage Drawer Removal ................................... 15
Storage Drawer Tracks ...................................... 15
Power Cord ........................................................ 15
Removing and Replacing Range ........................ 15
Appendix A
Installation Instructions ..................................... A-2
Appendix B
Care and Cleaning ............................................ B-2
Appendix C
Genesis Control ................................................ C-2
Appendix D
Sigma Control ................................................... D-2
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Important Safety Information
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!
WARNING
To reduce the risk of the appliance tipping, it must be
secured by a properly installed anti-tip bracket(s). To
make sure bracket has been installed properly, remove
the storage drawer or decorative panel and look under
the range with a flashlight. Bracket(s) must be engaged
in the rear corner of the range.
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury, death,
or property damage, verify wiring is correct, if
components were replaced. Verify proper complete
operation of unit after servicing.
!
• ALL RANGES CAN TIP
• INSTALL ANTI-TIP
BRACKET(S) PACKED
WITH RANGE
!
• SEE INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING
WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury, or
death, make sure your range has been properly
grounded and always disconnect it from main power
supply before any servicing.
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ALL APPLIANCES
1. Proper Installation—Be sure your appliance is properly
installed and grounded by a qualified technician.
2. Never Use Your Appliance for Warming or Heating the
Room.
3. Do Not Leave Children Alone—Children should not be
alone or unattended in the area where the appliance is
in use. They should never be allowed to sit or stand on
any part of the appliance.
4. Wear Appropriate Apparel—Loose fitting or hanging
garments should never be worn while using appliance.
5. User Servicing—Do not repair or replace any part of
the appliance unless specifically recommended in the
manual. All other servicing should be referred to a
qualified technician.
6. Storage in or on Appliance—Flammable materials
should not be stored in an oven or near surface units.
7. Do Not Use Water on Grease Fires—Smother fire or
flame, or use dry chemical or foam-type extinguisher.
8. Use Only Dry Potholders—Moist or damp potholders
on hot surfaces may result in burns from steam. Do
not let potholder touch elements. Do not use a towel
or other bulky cloth.
WARNING
This appliance contains or produces a chemical or
chemicals which can cause death or serious illness
and which are known to the state of California to cause
cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. To
reduce the risk from substances in the fuel or from fuel
combustion make sure this appliance is installed,
operated, and maintained according to the instructions
in this booklet.
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CAUTION
Do not store items of interest to children in cabinets
above a range or behind the backguard of a range.
Children climbing on the range to reach items could be
seriously injured.
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CAUTION
DO NOT TOUCH HEATING ELEMENTS OR
INTERIOR SURFACES OF OVEN—Oven heating
elements may be hot though they are dark in color.
Interior surfaces of an oven may become hot enough
to cause burns. During and after use, do not touch, or
let clothing or other flammable materials touch heating
elements or interior surfaces of oven until they have
had enough time to cool. Other range surfaces that
may become hot enough to cause burns are the oven
door and oven.
To avoid personal injury, do not sit, stand or lean on
oven door or oven drawer.
!
CAUTION
DO NOT TOUCH SURFACE UNITS OR AREAS NEAR
UNITS—Surface units may be hot though they are dark
in color. Areas near surface units may become hot
enough to cause burns. During and after use, do not
touch, or let clothing touch or other flammable
materials contact surface units or areas near surface
units until they have had enough time to cool. These
areas include the rangetop and backguard.
• INJURY TO PERSONS
COULD RESULT
!
WARNING
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Important Safety Information
SURFACE COOKING UNITS
In Case of Fire
1. Use Proper Pan Size—This appliance is equipped with
one or more surface units of different size. Select
utensils having flat bottoms large enough to cover the
surface unit heating element. The use of undersized
utensils will expose a portion of the heating element to
direct contact and may result in ignition of clothing.
Proper relationship of utensil to burner will also
improve efficiency.
2. Never Leave Surface Units Unattended—Boilover
causes smoking and greasy spillovers that may
ignite.
3. Make Sure Reflector Pans or Drip Bowls Are In
Place—Absence of these pans or bowls during
cooking may subject wiring or components
underneath to damage.
4. Protective Liners—Do not use aluminum foil to line
oven bottom. Improper installation of these liners may
result in a risk of electrical shock or fire.
5. Glazed Cooking Utensils—Do not use glass, ceramic,
earthware, or other glazed utensils. They can damage
smoothtop and can break due to sudden change in
temperature.
6. Utensil Handles Should be Turned Inward and Not
Extend Over Adjacent Surface Units—To reduce the
risk of burns, ignition of flammable materials, and
spillage due to unintentional contact with the utensil,
the handle of a utensil should be positioned so that it
is turned inward, and does not extend over adjacent
surface units.
7. Do Not Soak Removable Heating Elements—Heating
elements should never be immersed in water.
Fires can occur as a result of over cooking or excessive
grease. Though a fire is unlikely, if one occurs, proceed
as follows:
Surface Element Fire
1. Smother the fire with a nonflammable lid or baking
soda, or use a Class ABC or BC extinguisher. Not
water. Not salt. Not flour.
2. As soon as it is safe to do so, turn the surface
controls to “OFF”.
Oven Fires
1. If you see smoke from your oven, do not open oven
door.
2. Turn oven control to “OFF”.
3. As an added precaution, turn off power at main circuit
breaker or fuse box.
4. Turn on vent to remove smoke.
5. Allow food or grease to burn itself out in oven. Do not
open oven door.
6. If smoke and fire persist, call fire department.
7. If there is any damage to components, call an
authorized servicer before using range.
Precautions
• Do not cook food directly on range top surface, always
use cookware.
• Do not mix household cleaning products. Chemical
mixtures may interact with objectionable or even
hazardous results.
• Do not put plastic items on warm cooking areas. They
may stick and melt.
• Do not slide rough objects across range top surface.
Scratching or metal marking can result.
• Do not leave fat heating unless you remain nearby. Fat
can ignite if overheated by spilling onto hot surfaces.
• Do not allow pots to boil dry as this can cause damage
to cooking surface and pan.
• Do not use range top surface as a cutting board.
• Do not use range for storage or as a display counter.
OVENS
1. Use Care When Opening Door—Let hot air or steam
escape before removing or replacing food.
2. Do Not Heat Unopened Food Containers—Buildup of
pressure may cause container to burst and result in
injury.
3. Keep Oven Vent Ducts Unobstructed.
4. Placement of Oven Racks—Always place oven racks
in desired location while oven is cool. If rack is
removed while oven is hot, do not let potholder contact
hot heating element in oven.
VENTILATION HOODS
1. Clean Ventilation Hoods Frequently—Grease should
not be allowed to accumulate on hood or filter.
2. When flaming foods under hood, turn fan off. The fan, if
operating, may spread the flame.
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General Information
Cooking Utensils
Utensil Material Characteristics
Type
Temperature
Uses
Response
Aluminum
Heats and
Frying, Braising,
Cools Quickly
Roasting
Cast Iron
Heats and
Low Heat
Cools Slowly
Cooking, Frying
Copper Tin
Heats and
Gourmet
Lined
Cools Quickly
Cooking, Wine
Sauces, Egg
Dishes
Enamelware
Depends on
Low Heat
Base Metal
Cooking
Ceramic
Heats and
Low Heat
(Glass)
Cools Slowly
Cooking
Heats and
Soups, Sauces,
Stainless Steel
Cools at
Vegetables,
Moderate Rate
General
Cooking
• Use proper pan size. Do not use a pan that has a
bottom smaller than element. Do not use utensils that
overhang element by more than 1 inch.
1"
Less than 1" overhang
2"
More than 1" overhang
Pan Bottom Test
• Use care when using glazed cooking utensils. Some
glass, earthenware, or other glazed utensils break due
to sudden temperature changes.
• Select utensils without broken or loose handles.
Handles should not be heavy enough to tilt pan.
• Select utensils with flat bottoms.
• Do not use a wok with a ring stand.
Determine if pan has a flat bottom. For best cooking
results, use a pan with a flat bottom.
1. Rotate a ruler along bottom of pan. If pan is not flat,
gaps between bottom of pan and edge of ruler occur.
2. A small groove or mark on a pan does not effect
cooking times. However, if a pan has a gap, formed
rings, or an uneven bottom, it does not cook
efficiently and in some cases may not boil water.
Do not use a wok with
a ring stand.
Use a flat
bottom wok.
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General Information
Follow these recommendations only as a guide for times
and temperature. Times, rack position, and temperatures
may vary depending on conditions and food type. For
best results, always check food at minimum time. When
roasting, choose rack position based on size of food
item.
Removing Oven Door
!
CAUTION
To avoid personal injury or property damage, handle
oven door with care.
• Door is heavy and can be damaged if dropped.
• Avoid placing hands in hinge area when door is
removed. Hinge can snap closed and pinch hands.
• Do not scratch or chip glass, or twist door. Glass
may break suddenly.
• Replace door glass if damaged.
Oven Rack Placement
Position oven rack before turning on oven.
1. Pull rack forward to stop position.
2. Raise front edge of rack and pull until rack is out of
oven.
3. Place rack in new rack position.
• Curved edge of rack must be toward rear of oven.
1. Pull out or remove storage drawer to avoid damaging
finish.
2. Fully open oven door.
3. Push hinge locks down toward door frame, to the
unlocked position.
• This may require a flatblade screwdriver.
4. Firmly grasp both sides of top of oven door.
5. Close door to first stop position.
6. Lift door up until hinge arm is clear of the slot.
Oven Frame
Pan Placement
Hinge Lock
• Keep pans and baking sheets 2 inches from oven
walls.
• Stagger pans placed on different racks so one is not
directly over the other.
Oven
Door
Replacing Oven Door
1. Grasping door top firmly, seat indentation of hinge
arm into bottom edge of the hinge slot.
• Door should be at the first stop position angle.
2. Fully open oven door.
3. Push hinge locks up against the front frame of the
oven cavity to locked position.
4. Close oven door.
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Component Testing Information
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WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or death; disconnect power to oven before servicing, unless
testing requires it.
Refer to Technical Sheet or Parts Manual for replacement components specifications.
Illustration
Component
Oven light socket
Test Procedure
Remove one wire from receptacle
and test resistance of terminals.
Measure voltage at oven light...........
Oven indicator light
and
Surface indicator light
Rocker switch
Ribbon radiant
elements, limiters are
not replaceable.
Infinite switch
Control limit
Bake element
Remove one lead from switch
terminal and measure resistance
across terminals.
Measure voltage at indicator light .....
Measure continuity of switch
positions:
Closed .............................................
Open ...............................................
Remove one wire lead from element
and measure resistance of the
element.
Verify supply voltage ........................
Remove wiring from terminals H1 and
H2. Connect Volt ohms meter to
H1 and H2.
Measure the following for voltages at
LO, MED, HI:
H1 to H2 .........................................
Normally Closed
Verify proper operation.
Closed ............................................
Open ..............................................
Disconnect wire leads to element and
measure resistance of terminals.
Measure voltage at bake element.....
Broil element
Disconnect wire leads to element and
measure resistance of terminals.
Measure voltage at broil element......
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Oven temperature
sensor
Measure resistance ..........................
Auto latch assembly
Motor switch
Unlocked .....................................
Locked ........................................
Door switch
Door closed.................................
Door open ...................................
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Results
Indicates continuity with bulb screwed in.
120 VAC, see wiring diagram for terminal
identification.
If no voltage is present at oven light,
check wiring or light switches.
Switch closed: 0 Ω
Switch open: Infinite resistance
If voltage is present and light does not
operate. Replace light.
If no voltage is present at indicator light
check wiring.
Continuity, if not replace.
Infinite, if not replace.
Continuity, if not replace.
1200W: 44 to 49 Ω Approximately
1500W: 36 to 40 Ω Approximately
2000W: 26 to 30 Ω Approximately
2500W: 20 to 23 Ω Approximately
240 VAC
Time On
LO
5%
MED (4-5) 50%
HI
100%
Time Off
95%
50%
0%
240 VAC, if not replace switch.
Continuity
Infinite
If open at room temperature, replace.
Continuity, approximately 20 Ω,
if not replace.
240 VAC, see wiring diagram for terminal
identification.
If no voltage is present at bake element
check wiring.
Continuity, approximately 19 Ω,
if not replace.
240 VAC, see wiring diagram for terminal
identification.
If no voltage is present at broil element
check wiring.
Approximately 1100 Ω at room
temperature 75°F.
COM − N.O. continuity
COM − N.O. open
COM − N.C. continuity
COM − N.C. open
Troubleshooting Procedures
!
WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or death; disconnect power to oven before servicing, unless
testing requires it.
Problem
Surface element does not heat
No bake operation
No broil operation
Oven light does not operate
Appliance not working
Possible Cause
• Open element.....................................
Correction
Check element for continuity,
replace if failed.
Verify all connections are clean
and tight, replace broken wiring.
Check infinite switch, replace if
failed.
Check element for continuity,
replace if failed.
Verify all connections are clean
and tight, replace broken wiring.
Check element for continuity,
replace if failed.
Verify all connections are clean
and tight, replace broken wiring.
Check lamp and replace if
necessary.
Check switch contacts.
Check for broken and loose or
dirty connections.
Check light socket for continuity.
•
• Loose wire connection or broken wire .
•
• Failed infinite switch............................
•
• Open bake element ............................
•
• Loose wire connection or broken wire .
•
• Open broil element .............................
•
• Loose wire connection or broken wire .
•
• Failed oven lamp ................................
•
• Failed light switch ...............................
• Failed wiring .......................................
•
•
• Failed light socket ...............................
•
• Power outage ....................................
• Make sure appliance is plugged
in. Verify that circuit breaker is
not tripped.
• Replace household fuse but do
not change fuse capacity.
Frequent cycling of surface
element or warming zone
• Normal...............................................
• Element cycles to maintain
proper heat and to prevent
damage to smoothtop.
Oven not working
• Programming error.............................
• Shut off power to oven for five
minutes by switching off circuit
breaker. Reset circuit breaker
and try oven again.
Clock and timer not working
• Power outage......................................
• Make sure appliance is plugged
in. Verify that circuit breaker is
not tripped. Replace household
fuse but do not change fuse
capacity.
• See appropriate control appendix
and if continues, contact service
department.
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Troubleshooting Procedures
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WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or death; disconnect power to oven before servicing, unless
testing requires it.
Problem
Melted top door trim
Possible Cause
• Miss-aligned door gasket .....................
Correction
• Replace door gasket.
• Check door hinges.
Self-clean cycle not working
• Programming error...............................
• Shut off power to oven for five
minutes by switching off circuit
breaker. Reset circuit breaker and
try oven again.
Oven door will not unlock
• Oven is self-cleaning............................
• Allow cycle to complete.
• Oven still hot ........................................
• Will not unlatch until a cooler
temperature has been reached.
Do not force door open, this will
void warranty. May blow cooler
air on latch area with a hair dryer
at cool setting to quicken
process.
• Too much soil, grime left in oven ..........
• Wipe out and remove excess soil
prior to running self-clean cycle.
• Soot remains in oven after cycle...........
• Normal.
Locked light displayed
• Door locked..........................................
• If oven is hot, allow to cool rather
than trying to force door latch
open.
Display flashing
• Power failure reset clock ......................
• Press CLOCK pad.
F-(numeric) display
• Service code ........................................
• Shut off power to oven for one to
two minutes, by switching off
circuit breaker. Reset breaker.
Oven not clean after a
self-clean cycle
• See appropriate control appendix
and if continues, contact service
department.
Oven smokes the first few
times used
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• Minor smoking is normal the first
few times the oven is used.
Disassembly Procedures
!
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or death;
disconnect power supply source before servicing, unless
testing requires it.
WARNING
Oven Door Handle, Outer/Inner Glass, and
Door Hinges
NOTE: May need to loosen screws in bottom glass
retainer.
8. Remove screws and neoprene washer from the
bottom of OVEN DOOR HINGE and one screw
securing oven door hinge to the door assembly.
1. Open or remove storage drawer to avoid damaging
finish.
2. Fully open the oven door, while open rotate both
hinge locking tabs into the LOCK position.
NOTE: Hinges are interchangeable.
9. Remove screws securing top of door trim. Lift up and
twist trim towards bottom of door to disengage plastic
finger tabs.
10.All outer perimeter door trim can now be removed.
11. After removing the OFFSET screws from left and
right door glass trim, access is gained to the door
glass heat shield.
12.Remove screws from each side and screws from top
of door glass heat shield. Note position of plastic door
handle supports remove same.
13.Lift out galvanized insulation retainer and fiberglass
insulation.
14.Remove the tempered glass panes individually as
well as the glass frame.
Hinge Lock
Oven
Door
3. Close oven door about all the way. The hinge locking
tabs will prevent the door closing completely.
4. Lift up equally on both sides of oven door. Hinges will
disengage from hinge receivers and oven door can
be removed.
5. Place oven door, with outer door glass facing
downward on a padded flat surface.
6. While supporting outer door glass, remove screws
securing left and right side the OVEN DOOR
HANDLE.
7. Again support outer door glass and turn door
assembly so outer door glass is facing upward and
remove outer oven door glass.
NOTE: Position replacement hinges into “LOCK”
position by using channel lock pliers PRIOR to
installing oven door on range.
Door
Handle
Screw
Side Door
Trim
Top Door
Trim
NOTE: Tempered glass panes do not have an inner or
outer side. Be careful of fingerprints before
reassembly.
Window
Glass
Door
Hinge
Heat
Shield
Bushing
Oven
Door
Window
Oven
Door
Backer
Window
Frame
Door
Handle
Door
Hinge
Side Door
Trim
Door Glass
Heat Shield
Glass Support
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Disassembly Procedures
!
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or death;
disconnect power supply source before servicing, unless
testing requires it.
WARNING
Reverse Procedure to Reassemble Oven
Door
4. Place control panel on a protective padded surface
with the control down. Remove screws securing
electronic control to mounting bracket. There is
sufficient extra wire length to move electronic control
out of the way while installing new control. Transfer
electrical wires/connectors one at a time to new
control.
Oven Door Gasket
NOTE: When reinstalling control panel, be certain the
fiberfax insulation and it’s galvanized retainer is
above the flue cutout in control panel. Insulation
and retainer are NOT visible when correctly
positioned. Verify backguard heat shield (above
flue) is inside backguard panel and not visible
when installed.
• Position slot on oven door hinge arms into the hinge
receivers. When slot is engaged into the hinge
receivers, open the door just far enough to rotate both
hinge locking tabs to the UNLOCK position.
The braided fiberglass oven door gasket is clipped at
intervals in holes around the front of the oven liner then
inserted into a 3/8–inch holes at the bottom.
A 6 1/2 –inch gasket void at the bottom does not interfere
with sealing of oven to door.
1. Unclip original gasket from front frame and pullout
ends from 3/8–inch holes.
2. Remove two knurled nuts securing oven bottom in
position. Remove oven bottom.
3. Divide oven gasket in half and insert center clip into
top center hole in the front frame. Proceed inserting
clips left and right.
4. Push gasket through the 3/8–inch holes. From behind
the holes gently pull on the gasket ends to provide a
neat appearance. Then tuck the ends between cross
brace and front frame. Assure that gasket ends are
not visible through air intake slots. If so, reposition
prior to installing oven bottom and oven door.
Electronic Control
1. Turn off electric supply to oven.
2. Using a “stubby” phillips screwdriver remove the
offset screws from the bottom front of control panel.
5. Reverse procedure to reattach control panel to range.
Infinite Switch
1. Turn off power to unit.
2. Remove backguard, see "Electronic Control"
procedure.
3. Disconnect and label wire terminals.
4. Remove infinite switch knob from infinite switch.
5. Remove screws in front securing infinite switch.
6. Reverse procedure to reinstall.
Indicator Light
1. Turn off power to unit.
2. Remove backguard, see "Electronic Control"
procedure.
3. Disconnect and label wire terminals.
4. Slide indicator light sideways to release from indicator
light lens.
5. Reverse procedure to reinstall.
Clock
Infinite
switch
Indicator
light
Offset
screws
Rocker
switch
3. Rotate bottom of control panel outward, then lift up to
disengage top tabs.
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Disassembly Procedures
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WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or death;
disconnect power supply source before servicing, unless
testing requires it.
Maintop
Door Latch Motor, Plunger Light Switch,
and Latch Switch
NOTE: Requires range to be moved out away from the
wall.
1. Turn power off to unit.
2. Slide range forward on slide guards.
NOTE: Usage of slide guards, prevents the unit from
damaging the floor.
3. Unplug the power cord.
4. Remove screws securing maintop to oven frame,
located in front, above the oven door.
5. Raise and support the maintop to gain access to wire
terminals.
6. Label and disconnect wire terminals from elements.
7. Remove screws securing elements support brackets
to the maintop. Type of brackets may vary.
1. Disconnect electrical supply to range.
2. Remove maintop, see “Maintop” procedure.
3. Remove screws in front and on right side securing
latch mechanism to range front frame and galvanized
insulation retainer.
4. Carefully maneuver assembly to the rear to clear door
catch and light switch plunger.
5. Move assembly to the left side then lift up on the right
side. After clearing the insulation retainer turn
assembly upside down to access screws securing
components to mounting plate.
6. Reverse procedures to reassemble.
NOTE: When removing elements from maintop mark or
label elements for reassembling.
NOTE: Latch motor, rod, and catch are not sold
separately.
Bake Element
1.
2.
3.
4.
Turn off power to unit.
Remove all utensils and racks from oven cavity.
Remove oven door, see "Oven Door" procedure.
Remove screws securing oven bottom to the bottom of
the oven cavity.
5. Remove bake element cover.
• Push downward on the front portion of the bake
element cover. This will raise the rear of the cover.
• Grasp the back portion of the cover and slide
cover towards the rear of the oven cavity,
releasing the front portion of the cover from the
oven cavity.
• Remove the cover from the oven cavity.
6. Remove screws securing bake element to the oven
cavity.
7. Pull element and wires into oven cavity.
Typical maintop assembly
8. Remove screws securing hinge to the maintop.
9. Remove maintop.
10.Reverse procedure to reinstall.
NOTE: Pull bake element forward enough to disconnect
terminals on each element leg.
8. Disconnect terminals from each element leg.
9. Reverse procedure to reinstall bake element.
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!
WARNING
Broil Element
1. Turn off power to unit.
2. Remove screw securing broil element to rear of oven
wall.
3. Remove screws securing element hanging clip to
oven cavity.
4. Pull broil element forward enough to disconnect
terminals on each element leg.
5. Reverse procedure to reinstall broil element.
Sensor, Oven Control
1. Remove screws securing SENSOR to oven liner.
2. Gently pull wires forward to access the two pin
polarized disconnect plug.
3. Disconnect and reconnect new sensor.
4. Reverse procedure to reassemble.
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or death;
disconnect power supply source before servicing, unless
testing requires it.
5. Reverse procedures to reassemble.
Flue
NOTE: Requires removal of range.
NOTE: Self-clean cycle is highly recommended before
replacing flue. Ease of disassembly and
reassembly is much easier.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Disconnect electrical supply to range.
Using floor protection guides, slide range forward.
Remove backguard shield from rear of backguard.
Remove screws securing smoke eliminator located
inside, at top of oven cavity.
5. Pull flue out away from the range.
Replacing Flue
1. Place a thin but rugged piece of cardboard in the slot
where flue goes, this holds the insulation up and out
of the way for reassembly.
2. Align the smoke eliminator screen through oven and
secure with screws.
3. Reassemble in reverse order.
Leveling Leg Bracket
NOTE: Verify disconnect terminal is behind the rear
insulation retainer.
• Remove screws securing bracket to chassis.
Oven Light and Oven Light Socket
Front Frame and Oven Liner are NOT field replaceable
on these units.
1. Disconnect electrical supply to oven.
Front Frame and Oven Liner
Side Panel
2. Wearing protective gloves unscrew the knurled
“mason jar” lens cover counterclockwise about 3/4
turn and remove. Unscrew old oven light bulb.
3. Remove screws securing oven light socket to the
oven cavity.
4. Pull oven light socket out through the front and
disconnect wire terminals from socket.
1. Remove maintop, see “Maintop” procedure
steps 1– 7.
2. Remove lower access panel, located on the rear of
unit.
3. Remove screws securing backguard bracket to side
panel.
4. Remove oven door from unit and slide oven drawer
outward to gain access to screws.
5. Remove screws securing side panel to oven chassis.
Screws are located on top, front, and back of unit.
6. Remove side panel by pulling outward on the back of
panel and sliding panel forward.
7. Reverse procedure to reassemble.
NOTE: Reposition fiberglass insulation around oven
light socket to eliminate possibility of heat
related problems.
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Disassembly Procedures
!
WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or death;
disconnect power supply source before servicing, unless
testing requires it.
Storage Drawer Removal
Removing and Replacing Range
1. Pull drawer out until it stops.
2. Grasp drawer sides near back of drawer and lift up
and out.
3. Reverse procedure to reinstall storage drawer.
1. Disconnect power to range.
2. Slide range forward on slide guards.
NOTE: Usage of slide guards, prevents the unit from
damaging the floor.
3. Unplug range cord and place range aside.
4. Remove anti-tip bracket.
5. Install anti-tip bracket into new location using
instructions provided with bracket.
6. To reinstall range, follow instructions in Installation
section of this manual.
Storage Drawer Tracks
1. Remove storage drawer from unit.
2. Remove bolt and nut securing track to the chassis
(located in the front of the unit).
3. Slide track backwards and then forward to remove
track.
Power Cord
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Slide unit outward to gain access to power cord.
Unplug power cord from receptacle.
Remove screw securing power cord to unit chassis.
Disconnect power cord.
Reverse procedure to reassemble.
NOTE: Power cord NOT supplied with unit.
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!
WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or death;
disconnect power supply source before servicing, unless
testing requires it.
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Appendix A
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Installation
Instructions
Important–Save for local electrical inspector’s use.
Keep instructions for future reference.
Be sure manual stays with range.
Read entire instruction before beginning installation.
Read Owner’s Manual for safe installation.
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Electric Range
You’ll Need a Few
Things Before You Begin
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Anti-tip
Bracket
Installation
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locate the anti-tip bracket, screws,
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To reduce risk of range tipping,
secure range with a properly
installed anti-tip bracket. Refer to
anti-tip bracket installation
instructions. Do not proceed
with installation until this step
has been completed.
Once anti-tip bracket has been
installed, proceed to the next
step of the installation.
2
CONNECT
ELECTRICAL
CORD
Range has been grounded at the factory to the center (nickel plated)
terminal of the terminal block in accordance with the National Electric Code.
When a separate ground is required by local code, disconnect the grounding
strap from the terminal block. Ground frame by connecting a grounding wire
To place electrical receptacle, see to range frame using the grounding strap and screw, as shown below,
Electrical Receptacle Location
removed from the grounding strap.
diagram in this manual.
3-wire or 4-wire Plug Connection
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Four-wire cord is required for mobile homes or where codes (Canada) do
not permit grounding through neutral.
1. Remove access cover from rear of range.
2. Use a strain relief (not supplied) and insert end of power cord (not
supplied) through power supply hole.
3. 4-wire Plug Only—Remove the green ground screw from range back.
Remove both the hex nuts and the grounding strap from the center
terminal. Position grounding strap down and away from terminal block.
Replace 1 hex nut on the center terminal. Attach the power cord
ground wire (green or bare) and grounding strap to rear bulkhead using
ground screw.
4. Unscrew and use top hex nut to attach the power cord wires to the
terminal block as follows:
• Red wire to “L1” terminal.
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Converting 3-Wire to 4-Wire Power Cord
1. Remove access cover from rear of range.
2. Remove bottom strain relief screw and retain for further use.
3. Remove hex nuts from terminal block and retain for further use.
4. Remove all 3-wire or cable leads from the terminal block and proceed to
remove the power cord from the range by pulling in a downward motion
so the cord is removed from strain relief.
5. To install the 4-wire cord, follow the 4-wire instructions shown above.
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POSITION AND
LEVEL RANGE
To avoid
damaging oven
door, do not lift or
move range by
oven door handle.
Glass can break.
Place range near final position and
plug in. Then, slide range into final
position and adjust all legs (4) until
range is level side to side and front
to back.
• Place a level on top oven rack or
on range top when leveling.
• Leveling legs must extend ¼" to
engage anti-tip bracket.
Remove
Storage
Drawer and
Check Anti-tip
Bracket
After range is in position,
remove storage drawer or lower
panel and confirm anti-tip bracket is
engaged with range leveling leg.
To remove storage drawer
1. Slide drawer out until it stops.
2. Grasp drawer sides near back of
drawer.
3. Lift up and out. Reverse to
reinstall.
Removal and Replacement of Range
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Disconnect power to range.
Slide range forward.
Unplug range cord and place range aside.
Remove anti-tip bracket.
Install anti-tip bracket into new location using instructions provided
with bracket or see Anti-tip Bracket installation section in this
manual.
6. To reinstall range, follow instructions in this manual.
Questions?
See Owner’s Manual or call Amana
Consumer Affairs Department
1-800-843-0304
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Installation Requirements
Before You Install
Consider
Description
Location
This range can be installed flush against right and left base cabinets, and rear
vertical wall. Range can also be installed flush against left or right vertical wall
extending above 36" standard countertop height.
Use dim ensions shown in this m anual to determ ine space needed for
installation.
Range m ust not be installed or stored in an area where it will be exposed to
water and/or weather. Range is heavy and m ust not be installed on soft flooring
such as cushioned vinyl or carpeting. If this type of flooring is present where the
range will sit, ¼" thick sheet of plywood or sim ilar m aterial should be placed
where the range will be installed.
Irregular Cabinet and Countertop Heights
Countertops such as ceram ic tile tops cause cabinet and countertop to be higher
than 36". Follow instructions below when countertop is higher than 36".
Electrical Requirem ents
1.
Raise leveling legs to m axim um height.
2.
Measure from floor to rangetop. If the height of the range is less than height
of countertop, floor m ust be shim m ed.
3.
Shim floor using a piece of plywood sam e size as range opening. Secure
plywood to floor. Plywood m ust be as secure as original flooring.
4.
Install anti-tip bracket and slide range into place.
Electrical Supply
Range needs a 3 or 4 wire 240 Volt AC, 40 am p, 60 Hertz, 1 Phase electrical
supply. W iring system and grounding m ust conform with the latest edition of the
National Electric Code, ANSI/NFPA 70, or the Canadian Electrical Code, CSA
C22.1. Installation m ust conform to all local, m unicipal and state building codes,
and local utility regulations. Connect range to power supply with M AXIMUM
RATED VOLTAGE listed on the rating plate. Line voltage m ust not exceed rated
voltage.
Copper W ire
Term inal block is approved for copper wire connection only. If alum inum house
wiring is to be connected to the cooktop, use only connectors designed for
joining copper to alum inum and follow the m anufacturer’s recom m ended
procedure closely. The following procedure is suggested:
1.
Connect length of copper building wire to range term inal block with ring
term inals.
2.
Splice copper wires to alum inum wiring using connectors that are design
certified by Underwriter’s Laboratories and recognized for joining copper to
alum inum . Follow the connector m anufacturer’s recom m ended procedure.
3.
W ire used, location and enclosure of splices m ust conform to local codes.
Pow er Cord
Power cord is not supplied with range. Power cord m ust be U.L. or C.S.A. listed
and m eet NEC and M obile Hom e Manufacturers Association Standards. Cord
m ust be rated at a m inim um 250V— 40 AMP, equipped with a plug configuration
in accordance with NEMA. Conductors m ust end with closed loop (ring)
term inals at the range.
• Three-conductor cord plug NEMA 10-50P allowed for residential in U.S.
• Four-conductor cord plug NEM A 14-50P required in Canada and for m ost
m obile hom e installations, but can be used for residential.
NOTE: Only a power cord suitable for use with ranges m ay be used.
For installation in a m obile hom e, or area where local codes (Canada)
do not perm it grounding through the neutral term inal, a 4-wire cord
must be used.
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Range and Cabinet Dimensions
Electrical Receptacle Location
Locate electrical receptacle in area with diagonal lines.
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Important Safety Information
! WARNING
To avoid risk of burns or fire by
reaching over elements, cabinet
storage space located above
range should be avoided. If
cabinet storage is provided,
install a range hood that projects
horizontally a minimum of 5"
beyond the cabinet bottom to
reduce the risk.
! WARNING
To avoid risk of the appliance tipping, it must be secured by a
properly installed anti-tip bracket. To make sure bracket has been
installed properly, remove the storage drawer or panel and look
under the range with a flashlight. Bracket must be engaged in the
rear corner of the range.
• ALL RANGES CAN TIP
• INJURY TO PERSONS
COULD RESULT
! WARNING
• INSTALL ANTI-TIP
BRACKET(S) PACKED
WITH RANGE
To avoid risk of electrical shock,
personal injury, or death, make
sure your range has been
properly grounded and always
disconnect it from main power
supply before servicing.
• SEE INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
Minimum Clearances to Combustible Surfaces
This range can be installed flush against right and left base
cabinets, and rear vertical wall. Range can also be installed
flush against left or right vertical wall extending above 36"
standard countertop height. The dimensions provided are
to be measured from the range itself, and not the
installation cutout for the range.
A—Minimum of 30" between top of cooking surface and
bottom of an unprotected wood or metal cabinet.
OR
A—Minimum of 24" between cooking surface and wood or
metal cabinet bottom protected by not less than ¼" thick
flame retardant millboard covered with not less than No. 28
MSG sheet steel, .015 inch thick stainless steel, .024 inch
thick aluminum, or .020 inch thick copper.
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B—Minimum of 30" of protected cabinets above the range
(refer to letter A)
C—Minimum of 18" between top of countertop and bottom of
an unprotected wood or metal cabinet.
D—Maximum depth of 13" for overcounter cabinets.
Part No. 36-32055801-0
Printed in U.S.A. 03/01
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
Ó 2001 Amana Appliances
Amana, Iowa 52204
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Appendix B
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Care and Cleaning
! CAUTION
To avoid personal injury or
property damage, handle oven
door with care.
• Do not lift door by handle.
• Remove storage drawer.
• Door is heavy and can be
damaged if dropped.
• Screwdriver can scrape or
chip range or oven finish.
• Do not scratch or chip glass
or twist door. Glass may break
suddenly.
• Replace door glass if damaged.
Cleaning Oven Door
Not all areas of the oven are cleaned
by the self-clean cycle. The oven
door, the gasket and area
surrounding the gasket will not be
cleaned effectively by the self-clean
cycle. DO NOT use spray cleaners
to clean the outside or inside of the
oven door.
1. Fully open oven door.
2. Push hinge locks down toward door
frame, to the unlocked position.
• This may require a flatblade
screwdriver.
3. Firmly grasp both sides of top of oven
door.
4. Close door to first stop position.
5. Lift door up until hinge arm is clear of
the slot.
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Replacing Oven Door
1. Grasping door top firmly, seat indentation of hinge arm into bottom edge
of the hinge slot.
• Door should be at the first stop position angle.
2. Fully open oven door.
3. Push hinge locks up against the front frame of the oven cavity to locked
position.
4. Close oven door.
Door Gasket
DO NOT clean the gasket. Do not
wet, rub, soak or use any type of
cleaning material to clean the oven
gasket. Any damage or defects
occurring from attempting to clean or
remove the gasket are not covered
by warranty.
To clean the area around the gasket
make sure oven is cool to the touch.
Using a cloth with a mild soap wipe
area needing to be cleaned. Avoid
gasket. Gasket should not be
removed while cleaning. Do not allow
water or cleaning solution to spill or
drip onto gasket.
Removing Storage
Drawer
1. Slide drawer out until it stops.
2. Remove stored items.
3. Grasp drawer sides near back of
drawer.
4. Lift up and out. Reverse to
reinstall.
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Removing Oven Door
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Care and Cleaning
Replacing Oven Light
! WARNING
To avoid risk of burns or electrical
shock:
• disconnect electrical supply to
oven before changing light bulb.
• before replacing light bulb make
sure oven and bulb are cool.
• Do not operate oven without
bulb and cover in place.
1. Disconnect electrical supply.
2. Remove oven door if desired.
3. While wearing protective gloves, unscrew counterclockwise the
light bulb cover located in rear of oven cavity.
Then turn light bulb counterclockwise to remove.
4. Replace light bulb with 120-volt, 40-watt appliance bulb.
Do not over tighten bulb or cover or they may be difficult to
remove later.
5. Replace light bulb cover and oven door before use.
6. Reconnect power supply.
! CAUTION
To avoid risk of personal injury,
Wear gloves to protect hands
from accidental bulb breakage.
To keep your smoothtop looking like new, Amana recommends routine cleaning. The following general instructions
for routine and tough spot cleaning are based on the performance of Amana recommended products. To order these
products, contact the Consumer Affairs department at 800-843-0304.
PART
GENERAL DIRECTIONS
Broil element
Do not clean broil element. Any soil will burn off when element is heated.
Broiler pan and grid
Drain fat, cool pan and grid slightly. (Do not stand soiled pan and grid in oven to cool.) Sprinkle with soap. Fill
the pan with warm water. Let pan and grid stand for a few minutes
Control knobs
Pull off knobs. Wash gently with mild soap and water but do not soak. Dry and return knobs to oven, making
sure to match flat area on the knob to the flat area on the shaft.
Outside finish
Wash all glass with cloth dampened in soapy water. Rinse and polish with a dry cloth. If knobs are removed, do
not allow water to run down inside surface while cleaning.
Oven racks
For heavy soil, place oven racks in large plastic bag with ammonia and water in cup. Seal tightly and allow to
stand overnight. Wash and rinse, dry thoroughly.
Storage drawer
For heavy soil, clean by hand and rinse thoroughly. Remove drawer for ease in cleaning. Be sure drawer is dry
before replacing.
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Care and Cleaning
Caring for the smoothtop
For routine cleaning, allow top to cool before cleansing. Wash surface with a dampened cloth and smoothtop cleaner
conditioner. Use another clean damp paper towel to wipe off the cleaner. Use a dry paper towel, buff the smoothtop
to make sure all the cleaner conditioner is removed. The smoothtop cleaner conditioner provides a thin layer of
protective polish that helps to prevent scratching. Do not use a harsh cleanser or steel wool pad. For specific
problems, see below.
PROBLEM
CAUSE
REMOVAL
Brown streaks
and specks
Cleaning with sponge or cloth containing
soiled detergent water.
Normal cleansing (provided above).
Blackened,
burnt on spots
Spatters or spillovers on a hot cooking area or
accidental melting of plastic like a bread bag.
Clean area with smoothtop cleaner conditioner
with clean damp paper towel, nonabrasive nylon
pad, or scouring brush.
If spot is not removed, on cool cooktop carefully
scrape area with a safety scraper held at a 30degree angle.
Fine brown gray
lines, fine
scratches or
abrasions
Course particles, like salt, become embedded
in top if trapped under pan. Using abrasive
cleaning materials. Scratches from rough
ceramic, glass, or ceramic coated cookware.
Fine scratches are not removable but can be
minimized by daily use of smoothtop cleaner
conditioner.
Smearing or
streaking
Using too much smoothtop cleaner conditioner
or using a soiled dish cloth.
Follow label instructions carefully. See Routine
Cleaning, above.
Metal or
silver/gray
marks
Sliding or scraping metal utensils across top.
Remove marks before top is used again. If marks
are not removed by normal cleaning, use a safety
scraper at a 30° angle and cooktop cleaner
conditioner to carefully scrape off the mark.
Pitting or flaking
Boilovers of sugar syrup on a hot smoothtop
can cause pitting if not removed immediately.
Turn control to LOW setting. Wipe up excess spill
with dry cloth. Allow top to cool and carefully
scrape area with a safety scraper held at a 30degree angle.
Hard water
spots
Condensation from cooking can cause
minerals found in water and acids in food to
drip onto smoothtop and cause gray deposits.
Spots are often so thin they appear to be in or
under smoothtop.
Mix smoothtop cleaner conditioner with water and
apply thick paste to stained area. Scrub
vigorously. If stain is not removed, reapply cleaner
and repeat process
OR
make sure the surface is cool and put a small
amount of white vinegar on the spot and let it sit a
few minutes. Using a nonabrasive nylon pad,
gently rub the spot. Wipe off any excess with a
damp paper towel, then dry.
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Care and Cleaning
Cleaning Stainless Steel
Damage to stainless steel finish due to improper use of cleaning
products, or using non-recommended cleaning products, is not
covered under warranty. For Amana recommended products, call
Consumer Affairs at 1(800) 843-0304 or online at www.amana.com.
Our stainless steel appliances have been factory finished for high shine
and luster. To maintain this quality appearance:
Can I use liquid
cleaners on my stainless
steel?
Just because a cleaner is a
liquid does not mean it is non-abrasive.
Many liquid cleansers designed to be
gentle on tile and smooth surfaces still
damage stainless steel. Cosmetic
damage from using non-recommended
products is not covered under warranty.
Citric Acid
Citric acid permanently
discolors stainless steel.
To prevent damage to
the finish of your stainless steel
appliance, do not allow these
substances to remain on the steel
finish:
•
•
•
•
•
mustard
tomato juice
marinara sauce
citrus based sauces
citrus based products
DO NOT USE:
DO USE:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Abrasive powders or liquids
Citrus based cleaners
Ammonia
Steel wool pads
Abrasive cloths
Oven cleansers
Acidic or vinegar based cleaners
•
•
Warm soapy water for routine
cleaning
Soft clean cloths to dry or polish
Stainless steel cleaner designed
for appliances such as Amana
Cleaning Polish and
Conditioner for Stainless Steel
(#31960801)
For best cleaning results
1. Wash surfaces with warm soapy water and a soft, clean cloth or
sponge.
2. Rinse surfaces with warm water. Dry surfaces with a soft, clean cloth.
DO NOT use the following harsh cleaners:
• abrasive or acidic cleaners (ammonia, chlorine bleach, vinegar-based
product, etc.)
• citrus-based cleaners
• scouring pads (metal, textured plastic, etc.)
These items can scratch, discolor, or permanently tarnish surfaces.
3. Follow up rinsing by immediately drying with a soft, clean cloth. This will
avoid water spotting on stainless steel finish.
Questions? Comments?
Concerns? Contact us!
www.amana.com
or call Consumer Affairs at
1-800-843-0304
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Appendix C
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Genesis Control Testing Information
!
WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or death; disconnect power to oven before servicing, unless
testing requires it.
Mylar OverlayKRC
OVEN
TIMER
ON OFF
COOK
CLEAN
OFF
WM
CLEAN
TIME
BROIL
OVEN
LIGHT
RECALL
START
OVEN TEMP
CLOCK
CLEAN
COOK
BAKE
PREHEAT
Component
Genesis electronic
range control
Test Procedure
Measure voltage at terminals
J2−E7 (L1) and E2 (NEU) ................
On power-up lock
light will blink for
approximately 25
seconds, while
control is verifying
lock latch position.
Relay drive requirements
BakeBA to L2 ...............................
Broil BR to L2 ...............................
Bake ...............................................
Broil ................................................
Clean
Stage 1 ...........................................
Stage 2 ...........................................
Time (Adjustable) ...........................
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J2
Illustration
E2
E4
E3
E7
On power up, if
sensor has failed.
No F−Code will be
displayed.
No oven functions
will start.
PIN 1
J1
E1
LOCKED
Failure codes:
F1-Control malfunction .....................
F2-Oven over temperature ...............
F3-Oven temperature sensor
Open or Shorted..........................
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Results
120 VAC should be indicated, verifying
voltage to control.
240 VAC, if not replace control.
240 VAC, if not replace control.
75% bake element 25% broil element
100% broil element
Time controlled 60 minutes 100% broil
50% bake element and 50% broil element
2 hours minimum to 4 hours maximum
Verify voltage to control.
If no voltage is present, check wiring.
If voltage is present, replace control.
Check sensor resistance and wiring.
Replace control if sensor and wiring are
good.
Check sensor resistance and wiring.
Replace sensor, if wiring is good.
F9-Door latch circuit malfunction ......
Check latch switch and associated wiring.
Temperature Calibration .................
Turn oven control to OFF position.
Press and hold both slew pads for 5 sec.
Use slew pads to adjust temp setting.
After 5 sec. of no input the mode is exited.
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Genesis Control Programming Instructions
2.
Setting Electronic Clock
The 12 hour clock does not display AM, PM or military time.
When power is connected or restored, display flashes until
RECALL OVEN TEMP/CLOCK pad is pressed or temperature
knob is turned.
1. Press RECALL OVEN TEMP/CLOCK pad.
2. Press appropriate slew pads until correct time-of-day
displays.
3. Time is locked in after 5 seconds of no adjustment.
Setting Minute Timer
The timer is a timer only. Electronic timer does not control
bake, broil or self-clean function. Timer can be set up to 11
hours and 59 minutes.
1. Press TIMER ON/OFF pad.
2. Press appropriate slew pads until desired amount of time
displays.
• Time increases in 1 minute and 10 minute increments.
• Timer begins counting down automatically after time is
entered.
• To view clock while timer counts down, press RECALL
OVEN TEMP/CLOCK pad. Timer will return after 3
seconds of no input.
3. Press and hold TIMER ON/OFF pad to cancel timer
signal.
• After time elapses, timer beeps a single, three second
tone.
Resetting and Canceling Timer
To reset the time when remaining time is displayed, press
TIMER ON/OFF pad, then appropriate slew pads until new
time displays. To cancel timer when remaining time is
displayed or when signal is beeping, press and hold TIMER
ON/OFF pad.
Baking
While oven is still cool, remove any stored items from the oven
cavity.
1. Place racks in desired position and close oven door.
2. Push and turn oven temperature knob to desired
temperature.
• Oven indicator light will turn on and stay on.
• Temperature is displayed in the clock area in 5°
increments.
• Temperature range is 170°F to 550°F
• Display will return to time of day after approximately 1
5 seconds.
• To recall oven temperature, press RECALL OVEN
TEMP/CLOCK pad.
3. PREHEAT light will turn on during the preheat cycle.
• PREHEAT light shuts off when oven has reached
desired temperature and oven beeps.
4. Open door carefully and place food in oven.
5. After cooking time elapses, remove food and turn oven
temperature knob to OFF.
Broiling
Broiling sears in natural juices and provides charbroiled flavor.
To broil, center food on broiling grid and pan and place on
proper rack in oven. Oven door must be fully closed.
Broiling does not require preheating so you can place food in
oven while it is still cool.
• Do not place aluminum foil over boiling pan, oven rack or
oven bottom.
1. Adjust oven racks to desired position.
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3.
4.
Turn oven temperature knob to BROIL.
• Oven indicator light will turn on and remain on.
• BRL will display.
• Display will return to time of day approximately 15
seconds after broiling begins.
Close oven door.
• If oven door is ajar for more than 3 minutes, broil cycle
will stop.
• If broil cycle stops because the door was open too long,
close oven door and broil cycle will continue.
After broiling, remove food and turn oven temperature
knob to OFF.
Timed Baking
Set oven to cook for desired amount of time. Follow recipe
directions for preheating the oven.
1. Place food in oven.
2. Press COOK/CLEAN TIME pad.
3. Press appropriate slew pad until desired length of time is
displayed.
• Cook time can be set up to 11 hours and 59 minutes.
4. Push and turn the temperature control knob.
• Temperature displays in 5° increments starting at
170°F.
• Clock will return to time of day after approximately
15 seconds.
• To recall oven temperature, press RECALL OVEN
TEMP/CLOCK pad.
5. Oven will automatically begin to heat.
• To adjust cook time, press COOK/CLEAN TIME pad
twice while the remaining cook time is displayed. Cook
time can then be adjusted.
• When cooking time has elapsed an end of cycle signal
sounds and END will be displayed. Oven no longer
maintains cooking temperature after timed bake is
complete.
• Oven signal sounds 4 times, then once every 10
seconds until oven control knob is turned to OFF.
6. Turn knob to OFF to cancel baking.
Delayed Baking
Set oven to begin baking at a later time.
1. Place food in oven.
2. Press START COOK/CLEAN button.
• Default time displayed is current time of day.
3. Press appropriate slew pad until desired time displays.
• Start time can be set up to 11 hours and
59 minutes ahead of current time of day.
4. Press COOK/CLEAN TIME pad.
5. Press appropriate slew pad until desired cooking time
displays.
• 1 minute minimum cooking time.
• END will be displayed when cooking time has elapsed.
6. Push and turn oven temperature control knob to desired
temperature.
• Temperature displays in 5° increments starting at
170°F.
• Display will return to time of day after 5 seconds of no
input.
• START TIME and COOK TIME lights will remain on, but
OVEN ON light will not turn on until cooking begins.
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Genesis Control Programming Instructions
7.
8.
Oven will automatically begin to heat at selected start
time.
• OVEN ON light will turn on when oven begins to heat.
• To adjust cook time, press COOK/CLEAN TIME pad
twice while the remaining cook time is displayed. Cook
time can then be adjusted.
• When cooking time has elapsed an end of cycle signal
sounds and END will be displayed. Oven signal sounds
4 times, then once every 10 seconds until oven control
knob is turned to OFF. Knob must be turned to OFF
for oven to stop shut off.
Turn knob to OFF to cancel baking.
Self-Cleaning
Self-clean feature uses high oven temperature to clean oven
interior. For the oven to operate through a complete self-clean
cycle, the self-clean must be set when the oven is cool.
1. Prepare oven for self-cleaning. Oven bottom recess must
be checked for grease build up before beginning a
self-clean cycle.
2. Close door.
3. Push and turn oven temperature knob to CLEAN position.
• The default self-clean cycle length of 3 hours will
display.
4. Set cycle length for self-clean.
• Use slew pads to adjust time as necessary before oven
indicator light turns on.
• Clean cycle can be set from two to four hours in five
minute increments.
• Default setting for the cycle is three hours.
5. Self-clean begins.
• OVEN ON indicator light will be on and will remain on
until the end of the cycle.
• At the end of the self-clean cycle, the OVEN ON
indicator light will shut off.
• At the end of the self-clean cycle, the oven will stop
heating, however, oven will remain hot.
• The LOCKED indicator light will remain on until oven
reaches a cooler temperature. LOCKED light will flash
while door is unlocking, and then shut off when door
has unlocked. Oven cavity will be hot to the touch.
• DO NOT attempt to open door prior to LOCKED
indicator light shutting off. When oven is cool, turn oven
knob to OFF.
Interrupting the self-clean cycle
To stop a self-clean cycle that has already started follow these
steps. If an interruption occurs mid cycle, the oven will remain
locked, even though the cycle has stopped, until the oven
cavity has cooled to a lower temperature.
1. Turn oven temperature knob to OFF position.
2. When oven has cooled to a lower temperature, LOCKED
light turns off. Door can be unlocked.
• DO NOT force door. This can cause damage to the
latch.
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Delayed Self-clean Cycle
Self-clean feature uses high oven temperature to clean oven
interior. Set oven to begin and end cleaning at later time.
Range control begins the self-clean at your specified start
time.
1. Prepare oven for self-cleaning. Oven bottom recess must
be checked for grease build up before beginning a
self-clean cycle.
2. Close door.
3. Press START COOK/CLEAN pad.
4. Set starting time for the cleaning cycle.
• Default time is current time of day.
• Start time can be set from current time to current time
plus 11 hours and 59 minutes.
5. Turn oven temperature knob to CLEAN.
• Default self-clean cycle length of 3 hours will display.
6. Set cycle length for self-clean.
• Use slew pads to adjust time as necessary.
• Clean cycle can be set from two to four hours in five
minute increments.
• Default setting for the cycle is three hours.
7. Self-clean cycle is set.
• Oven cannot be used until completion of the self-clean
cycle.
• Self-clean cycle will begin at selected start time.
• To view start time, press the START COOK/CLEAN
pad.
• OVEN ON indicator light will turn on when the self-clean
cycle begins and will remain on until the end of the
cycle.
• To view the clean cycle time, press the COOK/CLEAN
TIME pad.
• At the end of the self-clean cycle, OVEN ON indicator
light shuts off and the oven does not maintain the high
temperatures. Oven will still be hot, however.
• The LOCKED indicator light will remain on until oven
reaches a cooler temperature. LOCKED light will flash
while door is unlocking, and then shut off when door
has unlocked. Oven cavity will be hot to the touch.
• DO NOT attempt to open door prior to LOCKED
indicator light shutting off. Once oven is cool, turn oven
knob to OFF position.
Interrupting the self-clean cycle
To stop a self-clean cycle that has already started follow these
steps. If an interruption occurs mid cycle, the oven will remain
locked, even though the cycle has stopped, until the oven
cavity has cooled to a safe temperature.
1. Turn oven temperature knob to OFF position.
2. When oven has cooled to a lower temperature, LOCKED
light shuts off. Door can be unlocked.
• DO NOT force door. This can cause damage to the
latch.
Appendix D
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RS2320006 Rev. 0
Sigma Control Testing Information
!
WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or death; disconnect power to oven before servicing, unless
testing requires it.
Sigma Touchmatic electronic range control
BAKE
CLEAN
BROIL
CLOCK
COOK
TIMER
ON/OFF
STOP
OVEN
LIGHT
OVEN
CANCEL
START
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
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Features
VFD Display
12 Hour Clock
12 Hour Shutoff
Sabbath Mode (12 hour over ride)
Hour/Minute Timer (11:59)
Timed or Delay Bake to (11:59)
Variable Self Clean (2−4 hours)
Variable Broil
Broil interrupt door open over 3 minutes
Child Lockout
ERC - Sigma
F0-0 - No error. Initial factory setting.
ERC Controlled
Touchmatic electronic F1-1 - Over temperature while
cooking.
range control
F1-3 - Over temperature while
cleaning.
F1-5 - Cancel key input out of range.
F1-7 - Keyboard disconnected.
F1-8 - Shorted key.
F1-9 - Slave micro not functioning.
F1-A - VCC/GND lift off.
F1-C - Control not calibrated.
F1-E - EEPROM data corruption.
F3-1 - Sensor or sensor circuit failure.
F9-1 - Auto latch will not lock.
F9-2 - Auto latch will not unlock.
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Check sensor and wiring first, replace
control if sensor is good.
Check sensor and wiring first, replace
control if sensor is good.
Replace control.
Verify wire connections are tight and
replace control if failed.
Replace control.
Replace control.
Replace control.
Replace control.
Replace control.
Check wire connections and sensor.
Check wiring, motor, and latch switch.
Check wiring, motor, and latch switch.
Sigma Control Testing Information
!
WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or death; disconnect power to oven before servicing, unless testing
requires it.
Illustration
ERC Controlled
Component
Temperature
adjustment
(BAKE mode only)
ERC Controlled
Sabbath mode
(BAKE mode only)
ERC Controlled
Twelve hour off
ERC Controlled
Child lock out
Test Procedure
Press BAKE pad.
Press in oven temperature of 500°F.
Immediately press and hold BAKE
until current offset appears in display,
approximately 3 seconds.
To decrease or increase oven
temperature. Press BAKE until
negative or positive offset appears.
Oven can be adjusted from 35° to 35°. To avoid over adjusting oven
move temperature in 5° increments
each time.
Press START to accept offset setting
or press CANCEL to restore to
previous offset setting.
Press BAKE, enter desired
temperature and press START. Press
the 8 key and hold for 3 seconds. The
STAR symbol will flash and “Sab” is
displayed in the temperature digits
area. The STAR will flash for 5
seconds until Sabbath mode initiates
and temperature displays. Pressing
CANCEL will deactivate the Sabbath
mode and cancel the bake operation.
Sabbath mode can also be cancelled
by pressing and holding the 8 key for 3
seconds, but bake operation will
continue. BAKE and ON indicators will
illuminate in display during bake
operation.
Control will automatically cancel any
cooking operation and remove all relay
drives 12 hours after the last pad
touch.
Press the 7 key and hold for 3
seconds. Control will return to normal
operation by repeating the procedure.
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Results
While increasing or decreasing oven
temperature, this does affect
self-cleaning temperature.
Temperature adjustment will be retained
even through a power failure.
Offset is a wrap-around function from 35° to
-35° in 5° increments.
Sabbath mode will disable the 12 hour
shut-off to allow baking operation for a
maximum of 37 hours.
The state of the oven light must be set
before entering Sabbath mode. If oven
light was on when Sabbath mode was
activated oven light will remain on. If oven
light was off when Sabbath mode was
activated oven light will remain off.
All prompts, messages, timed cook
modes, and alert tones are deactivated
while in the Sabbath mode. All keys are
disabled except CANCEL and the 8 key
Control input features will be disabled
and display will indicate the padlock
symbol.
RS2320006 Rev. 0
Sigma Control Programming Instructions
7. After cooking time elapses, remove food and press
OVEN CANCEL pad to shut off oven.
Setting Electronic Clock
12 hour clock does not display AM, PM or military time.
When power is connected or restored, display flashes
until CLOCK or CANCEL pad is pressed.
1. Press CLOCK pad.
2. Press digit pads (1 through 0) until correct
time-of-day displays.
3. Press START pad to set time, or time is set after
5 seconds of no adjustment.
Broiling
Setting Minute Timer
Timer is a timer only. Electronic timer does not control
bake, broil or self-clean function. Timer can be set from
1 minute up to 11 hours and 59 minutes.
1. Press TIMER ON/OFF pad.
2. Press digit pads (1 through 0) until desired time
displays.
• Timer begins counting down automatically after
time is entered.
• To view clock while timer counts down, press
CLOCK pad. Timer will return after approximately
3 seconds of no input.
3. Press and hold TIMER ON/OFF pad to cancel timer
signal.
• After time elapses, timer beeps three one-second
tones, and then once approximately every 30
seconds until CANCEL is pressed. END is also
displayed when the timer finishes.
Resetting and Canceling Timer
To reset the time when remaining time is displayed,
press TIMER ON/OFF pad, then use the digit pads to
enter the new time. To cancel timer when remaining time
is displayed or when signal is beeping, press and hold
TIMER ON/OFF pad for approximately 3 seconds or
press CANCEL pad.
• CANCEL will stop all cooking functions if the oven is in
use.
Baking
While oven is still cool, remove any stored items from
the oven cavity.
1. Place racks in desired position and close oven door.
2. Press BAKE pad.
• SET and BAKE flash in display.
• Temperature default of 350q displays.
3. Use digit pads (1 through 0) to enter desired oven
temperature if it is different than 350qF.
• Temperature range is 170qF to 550qF.
4. Press START pad.
• Bake mode starts automatically.
• BAKE, ON and bake element graphic display.
• Current oven temperature is displayed during
baking cycle.
5. Oven emits a single beep when it has reached
baking temperature.
6. Open door carefully and place food in oven.
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Broiling sears in natural juices and provides charbroiled
flavor. To broil, center food on broiling grid and pan and
place on proper rack in oven. Oven door must be fully
closed. Broiling does not require preheating so you can
place food in oven while it is still cool.
• Do not place aluminum foil over boiling pan, oven rack
or oven bottom.
1. Adjust oven racks to desired position.
2. Place food on desired rack.
3. Close oven door.
4. Press BROIL pad.
• SET and BROIL flash in display.
• Broil temperature setting defaults to HI.
• To change broil setting, use digits 1 (LO) to 5 (HI).
5. Press START pad.
• Broil begins automatically.
• BROIL, ON and broil element graphic display.
6. Keep oven door closed.
• If oven door is ajar for more than 3 minutes, broil
cycle will stop.
• If broil cycle stops because the door was open too
long, close oven door and broil cycle will continue.
7. After broiling, remove food and press OVEN
CANCEL to turn off broiler.
8. To end broil in mid-cycle press OVEN CANCEL pad.
Timed Baking
Set oven to cook for desired amount of time. Follow
recipe directions for preheating the oven.
1. Place racks in desired position, place food in oven,
and close oven door.
2. Press COOK TIME pad.
3. Use the digit pads (1 through 0) to enter the desired
cook time.
• Cook time can be set up to 11 hours and
59 minutes.
4. Press BAKE pad.
• Default temperature is 350qF.
• Bake temperature can be set from 170qF to 550qF.
• Use the digit pads to enter desired bake
temperature.
5. Press START pad.
• Oven will automatically begin to heat.
• Current oven temperature displays.
• To adjust cook time, press COOK TIME pad while
the remaining cook time is displayed. Cook time
can then be adjusted.
• When cooking time has elapsed an end of cycle
signal sounds. Oven signal sounds 3 times, then
once every 30 seconds until OVEN CANCEL pad
is pressed. END also displays.
6. Press OVEN CANCEL pad to cancel baking.
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Sigma Control Programming Instructions
Delayed Baking
Self-cleaning
Set oven to begin and end baking at a later time. Oven
control automatically calculates starting time.
1. Place food in oven.
2. Press STOP TIME button.
• Default time displayed is current time of day.
3. Use the digit pads (1 through 0) to enter the desired
stop time.
• Stop time can be set up to 11 hours and
59 minutes ahead of current time of day.
4. Press COOK TIME pad.
• Cook time can be set up to 11 hours and
59 minutes.
• 1 minute minimum cooking time.
• Electronic control automatically calculates start
time.
5. Press BAKE pad.
• Bake temperature can be set from 170qF to 550qF.
• Use the digit pads to enter desired bake
temperature.
6. Press START pad.
• Oven will automatically begin to heat at calculated
start time.
• ON displays when oven begins to heat.
• To adjust cook time, press COOK TIME pad while
the remaining cook time is displayed. Cook time
can then be adjusted.
• When cooking time has elapsed an end of cycle
signal sounds. Oven signal sounds 3 times, then
once every 30 seconds until OVEN CANCEL pad
is pressed. END also displays.
7. Press OVEN CANCEL to cancel baking.
Self-clean feature uses high oven temperature to clean
oven interior. For the oven to operate through a
complete self-clean cycle, the self-clean must be set
when the oven is cool.
1. Prepare oven for self-cleaning.
2. Close door.
3. Press CLEAN pad.
• SET CLEAN TIME flashes in display.
• The default self-clean cycle length of 3 hours
displays.
• Adjust clean cycle length by using digit pads
(1 through 0).
• Clean cycle can be set from two to four hours in
one minute increments.
4. Press START pad.
• CLEAN, TIME, LOCK, ON and both bake and
broil element graphics display.
• Surface burners should not be used until
completion of self-clean cycle.
• At the end of self-clean cycle, END displays. No
signal tone will sound.
• ON no longer displays. Oven will shut off.
• LOCK will remain on until oven reaches a cooler
temperature.
• LOCK will shut off when door has unlocked. Oven
cavity will be hot to the touch.
• DO NOT attempt to open door prior to LOCK
shutting off.
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Interrupting the self-clean cycle
To stop a self-clean cycle that has already started follow
these steps. If an interruption occurs mid cycle, the oven
will remain locked, even though the cycle has stopped,
until the oven cavity has cooled to a lower temperature.
1. Press OVEN CANCEL pad.
2. When oven has cooled to a lower temperature,
LOCK light turns off. Door can be opened. DO NOT
force door. This can cause damage to the latch.