Caloric CKS3020 series Service manual

Models and manufacturing
numbers in this manual
Service
Gas Cooktops
This manual replaces RS2410001 Rev. 4
Service Manual for
Amana
Caloric
Modern Maid
AKO2000
AKS30
AKS3020*
AKS3030*
AKS3030*
AKS3040*
AKS3040*
AKS3040*
AKS3040*
AKS3040*
AKS3050*
CKS3020*
GT341
GT451
GT583
KGT341
KGT341
PGT120U
PGT153U
RTP201
RTP203
RTP300
RTP302
RTP304
RTP305
RTP306
RTP306U
RTP307
RTP308U
RTP348
RTP349
P1142512N
P1142501N
P1142517N
P1142527N
PAKS3030*
P1142513N
P1142518N
P1142522N
P1142525N
PAKS3040*
P1142526N
P1142515N
P1123230N
P1131428N
P1142504N
P1142506N
P1131401N
P1142508N
P1131494N
P1142505N
This manual is to be used by qualified appliance
technicians only. Maytag does not assume any
responsibility for property damage or personal
injury for improper service procedures done by
an unqualified person.
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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
!
WARNING
If repairs are attempted by unqualified persons, dangerous conditions (such as exposure to electrical shock) may
result. This may cause serious injury or death.
!
CAUTION
Amana will not be responsible for any injury or property damage arising from improper service or service
procedures. If you perform service on your own product, you assume responsibility for any personal injury or
property damage which may result.
To locate an authorized servicer, please consult your telephone book or the dealer from whom you purchased this
product. For further assistance, please contact:
Customer Service Support Center
CAIR Center
Telephone Number
Web Site
W W W .AMANA.COM ..................................... 1-800-843-0304
W W W .JENNAIR.COM .................................. 1-800-536-6247
W W W .MAYTAG.COM................................... 1-800-688-9900
CAIR Center in Canada ............................... 1-800-688-2002
Amana Canada Product ................................ 1-866-587-2002
Recognize Safety Symbols, Words, and Labels
!
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.
!
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
Installation Notes AKS3020, AKS3030,
AKS3040, AKS3050, and CKS3020..................13
Countertop Cutout .............................................13
Clearances ........................................................13
Above a Drawer.................................................13
Placing Unit in Countertop.................................13
Adjusting Air Shutter..........................................13
Operating Instructions
Using the Cooktop ................................................14
Cooking Utensils...................................................14
Using a Wok .........................................................14
Operating the Cooktop .........................................14
Burner Operation - All Models ...........................14
Top Burner Settings ..........................................15
Flame Adjustment .............................................15
Using Cooktop During Power Failure ................15
Cleaning ...............................................................15
Grates and Caps ...............................................15
Cooktop .............................................................15
Sealed Burners..................................................16
Open Head Burners ..........................................16
Troubleshooting Procedures
Chart.....................................................................17
Top Burner Valve..................................................17
Spark Module (Models RTP306 and RTP307).....18
Top Burner Spark Ignitors ....................................18
Gas Pressure and Measurement .........................18
Measuring Gas Pressure......................................18
Using the Manometer ...........................................17
Disassembly Procedures
Maintop Removal..................................................19
Models RTP302,RTP304, RTP305,RTP307.....19
Models RTP203 and RTP210 ...........................19
Burner and Related Parts .....................................19
Burners..............................................................19
Burner Control Valve .........................................19
Pilot Fitting (Applicable Models) ........................19
Electronic Spark Module:
Models RTP306 and RTP307 ........................19
Spark Module Removal.....................................20
Disassembly Instructions for
Models AKS30, AKS3020, AKS3030, AKS3040,
AKS3050, CKS3020, PGT153, and RTP308......20
Diecast Burners.................................................20
Maintop..............................................................20
Venturi Assemblies ...........................................20
Spark Module ....................................................20
Burner Ignitor Switches .....................................20
Burner Gas Valve ..............................................20
Manifold.............................................................20
Wiring Diagrams and Schematics
AKO2000 ..............................................................21
AKS30, PGT153, and RTP308.............................22
GT341 / PGT120 ..................................................23
GT451...................................................................24
GT583...................................................................25
RTP306 and RTP307 ...........................................26
AKS3020, AKS3030, AKS3040, AKS3050,
and CKS3020 .......................................................27
Important Information
Introduction
General Information ............................................. 4
Model Identification and Ordering
Replacement Parts .............................................. 4
New Amana Cooking Products Nomenclature .... 4
Old Amana Cooking Products Nomenclature ...... 4
Modern Maid Cooking Products Nomenclature ... 5
Caloric Cooking Products Nomenclature............. 5
Gas Cooktop Feature Chart................................. 5
Installation
Before Installing ................................................... 6
Receiving .......................................................... 6
Unpacking......................................................... 6
Electrical Connections ......................................... 6
Making the Gas Connections - All Models ........... 6
Access to Gas Connection ............................... 6
Pressure Testing the
Gas Supply Piping System ............................ 7
Test for Gas Leaks ........................................... 7
Cooktop Conversion to LP Gas ........................... 7
Pressure Regulator Conversion - All Models.... 7
Example One .................................................... 7
Example Two .................................................... 7
Example Three ................................................. 7
Example Four ................................................... 8
Example Five .................................................... 8
Example Six...................................................... 8
Converting Burners to LP Gas - All Models ...... 8
Burner Section - All Models.................................. 9
BTU Input.......................................................... 9
Top Burner Adjustment..................................... 9
Proper Flame Adjustment - All Models ............. 9
Installation Notes
RTP308, AKS30, and PGT153 Models .............. 9
Countertop Cutout ............................................ 9
Clearances........................................................ 10
Above a Drawer ................................................ 10
Placing Unit in Countertop ................................ 10
Removal and Replacement of the Cooktop...... 10
Adjust Burner Flame Height.............................. 10
Installation Notes
RTP201 and RTP203 Models ............................ 11
Countertop ........................................................ 11
Clearances........................................................ 11
Placing Unit in Countertop ................................ 11
Adjusting Top Pilot............................................ 11
Installation Notes
RTP302, RTP304, RTP305,
RTP306 and RTP307 Models ............................ 12
Countertop Cutout ............................................ 12
Clearances........................................................ 12
Above a Drawer ................................................ 12
Placing Unit in Countertop ................................ 12
Adjusting Top Pilots (Gas Ignition) ................... 12
Automatic Pilotless Ignition Models .................. 12
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Introduction
General Information
Model Identification and Ordering
Replacement Parts
This manual provides complete instructions and
suggestions for handling, installing and servicing
Amana gas cooktops.
Unit’s model and manufacturing numbers are recorded
on its rating label. Rating label is located on the bottom
of sealed burner units. On open burner units, rating
label is located under maintop. Lift cooktop from front
edge to see rating label on top of burner box. Before
ordering parts, write down the correct model and
manufacturing numbers from rating label. This avoids
incorrect shipments and delays. Please refer to parts
catalog when ordering replacement parts.
Directions, information, and warnings in this manual are
developed from experience with, and careful testing of
the product. If the unit is installed according to the
manual, it will operate properly and will require minimal
servicing. A unit in proper operating order ensures the
consumer all the benefits provided by clean, modern
gas cooking.
This manual contains all the information needed by
authorized Maytag service technicians to install and
service Amana, Caloric, Modern Maid gas cooktops.
There may be, however, some parts which need further
explanation. Maytag maintains a toll-free technical
support line to answer questions from authorized
service technicians. To located an authorized service
technician, the number is 1-800-628-5782 for Amana
products.
New Old Amana Cooking Products Nomenclature
Brand
A - Amana
C - Caloric
N International
Z - Canadian
Product
K - Cooktop
E
H
R
T
Fuel/Type
Electric
- Electric Downdraft
- Halogen
- Rough Top
- Radiant
G
L
O
S
Gas
- Gas Downdraft
- Gas Glass
- Open Burners
- Sealed Burners
D
F
S
G
Configuration
- Double Cartridges
- Fixed Cartridges
- Single Cartridge
- Griddle
Width
20 - 20”
30 - 30”
36 - 36”
Feature
1 - Least
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 - Most
Series
0
Color
E - Ebony
K - Chrome
L - Almond
W - White
LL Almond/Almond
SS - Stainless
WW White/White
Old Amana Cooking Products Nomenclature
Product Group
G - Gas Wall oven
R - Electric Wall oven
K - Cooktop
CO - Convection Wall
Oven
O - Wall Oven
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Product Type
2H-Halogen
DG1-Downdraft Gas
Smoothtop
Cooktop, 1 pc
Cooktop, 2
Grate
Halogen
DH-Downdraft Electric
Elements, 1
Cooktop, Optional
Dual
Halogen Cartridge
R-Electric Roughtop
DS-Gas or Electric
Wall oven, Calrod
Downdraft Slide-In
Elements
Wall oven
S-Gas Wall oven,
G-Gas on Glass
Sealed Burners
Cooktop, Sealed
T-Radiant Smoothtop
Burners
Wall oven
H-Halogen Smoothtop
2T-Radiant
Wall oven, 1 Dual
Smoothtop Wall
Element
oven or Cooktop,
1 Dual Element
4
Features
Wall oven FeaturesVariable Cooktop Width
⋅30=30”
⋅35=35”
⋅300=30” reduced depth
(20-1/4”)
Wall Oven Width/Fuel
⋅24SE2=24” Single
Electric (2.9 cu. ft.
oven), Soft Look Trim
⋅27SE=27” Single Electric
(3.3 cu. ft. oven)
⋅27DG=27” Double Gas
(Two 3.3 cu. ft. ovens)
Color
No Designator-Ebony
K-Chrome Top
L-Almond
LG-Almond, Glass Door
W(1*)-White
WW-White on White
E(1*)-Ebony
*Enhancements: Electric Variable
Intensity System. Gas One Piece
Grates
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Introduction
Modern Maid Cooking Products Nomenclature
Product Group
D-Dishwasher
F-Electric Product
G-Refrigerator
K-Cooktop
M-Microwave Oven
P-Gas Product
X-Kit or Accessory
Product Type
ET-Electric Cooktop
BR-Backguard Kit
(Coil or
DC-Electric
Downdraft)
Single/Double
GO-Gas Wall Oven,
Convection Wall
Manual Clean
Oven, Self-Clean
GT-Gas Cooktop
DO-Electric
HO-Double Gas Wall
Combination Wall
Oven, Self-Clean
Oven, Self-Clean
HU-Gas Slide-In Wall
DU-Electric Slide-In
Oven, Self-Clean
Wall oven, SelfKO-Gas Wall Oven,
Clean
Continuous
Clean
Product Group
E-Electric Product
R-Gas Range
T-Trash Compactor
H-Vent Hood
M-Microwave Oven
D-Dishwasher
Product Type
R-Microwave/Electric
C-Convertible
S-Self-Clean
H-High Broil
T-Cooktop
J-Hi-Broil w/Cont.
U-Undercounter
Cleaning Panels
V-Variable Power
K-Upper Oven
W-Wall Oven w/Cont.
Microwave Lower
Cleaning Panels
- Self-Cleaning
Y-Self-Cleaning
L-Low Broil
M-Low Broil w/Cont.
Cleaning Panels
P-Portable
Series
Variable
Features
Variable
Fuel
N-Natural
Gas Only
U-Universal
(Set for
natural
gas)
1-120 Volts,
60 Hz.
2-240 Volts,
60Hz.
Color
W-White
WW-White on White
WW1-White on
White/1 pc.
grate
B-Black
B1-Black/1 pc. grate
L-Almond
K-Chrome Top
D-Black Glass
Fuel
N-Natural
Gas
L-Bottled Gas
U-Universal
1-115 Volts
2-240 Volts
8-208 Volts
Color
0-No Color
1-White
2-Antique Copper
3-Avocado
4-Autumn
5-Satin/Stainless
Steel
6-Black
8-Color Pack
9-Color Pack
H-Harvest
L-Almond
W-White
Caloric Cooking Products Nomenclature
Series
P
R
D
S
Features
Variable
Gas Cooktop Feature Chart
Model
Burner Ignition
Thermoset
Burner
Tri-Set
Controls
Hinged Top
Overall
Dimensions
Width
AKO2000
AKS30
AKS3020
AKS3030
AKS3040
AKS3050
CKS3020
GT341
GT451
GT583
PGT120
PGT153
KGT341
RTP201
RTP203
RTP300
RTP302
RTP304
RTP305
RTP306
RTP307
RTP308
Spark
Spark
Spark
Spark
Spark
Spark
Spark
Spark
Spark
Spark
Spark
Spark
Spark
Pilot
Pilot
Pilot
Pilot
Pilot
Pilot
Spark
Spark
Spark
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Depth
29-1/2”
29-1/2”
29-1/2”
29-1/2”
29-1/2”
29-1/2”
21”
21-1/2”
21-1/2”
21-1/2”
21-1/2”
21-1/2”
29-1/2”
21”
23-1/2”
23-1/2”
29-1/2”
29-1/2”
29-1/2”
29-1/2”
29-1/2”
29-1/2”
29-1/2”
19-3/4”
19-3/4”
21”
21”
21”
21”
21”
21”
21”
Refer to Rating Label on above models for information on Natural/L.P. gas supply pressure.
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Before Installing
Making the Gas Connection - All Models
Installing the gas cooktop in compliance with local
electrical and gas building codes results in proper
operation and consumer satisfaction with the cooktop.
Verify the cooktop installation meets local codes or
current American Gas Association requirements in the
absence of local codes. When installing CGA units,
verify that installation meets local codes or, in absence
of local codes, current Natural Gas Installation Code
CAN/CGA-B149.1 or current Propane Installation Code,
CAN/CGA-B149.2 before connecting to the gas supply
system.
Receiving
Inspect cooktop thoroughly at time of delivery.
Immediately report any visible damage to carrier.
Damage not discovered until after accepting delivery can
still be claimed by using a concealed damage report
form, available from the carrier’s agent.
Installation in manufactured homes must conform with
the standard CAN/CSA-Z240 Mobile Homes,
Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standards,
Title 24CFR, Part 3280, or with local codes if applicable.
All shipments, i.e., complete cooktop or parts, are
shipped at the buyer’s risk. Amana responsibility ends
when the consignment is accepted by the carrier in
“good order.” Amana supports damage claims by
supplying invoices, bills of loading and other
documentation as needed. Providing this assistance,
however, does not imply any responsibility for settling
claims. Do not deduct claims for loss or damage from
the invoice and do not withhold payment pending
adjustment of claims. Do not return any units or parts for
credit without written consent.
!
WARNING
To avoid risk of personal injury or property damage.
Use only new flexible connectors design certified by
the AGA or CGA. Do not reuse an old connector. Do
not reuse old connector when moving the appliance.
Unpacking
Open one end of the carton. Remove all literature
packed with the cooktop and slide cooktop onto a flat
surface. Avoid countertop damage by NOT sliding
cooktop across the countertop. Remove grates, burner
caps and pressure regulator from the carton.
Access to Gas Connection
Install a manual shut-off valve in an accessible location
outside the cooktop. Shut-off valve not supplied with
cooktop.
Electrical Connection
Connect the gas supply line either using hard piping or a
properly-certified flexible connector. The pressure
regulator supplied with cooktops have a 1/2 inch NPT
female connection. Check local codes before choosing a
method.
Use a pipe joint compound resistant to the action of
propane gas on all male threads.
Models with automatic pilotless (spark) ignition require
an external electrical source that must be grounded and
polarized in accordance with local codes. Use National
Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA No. 70-Latest Edition in the
absence of local codes.
The wall receptacle must be placed within easy reach of
the power cord without interfering with the gas supply
line.
!
Do not overtighten the fitting on the pressure regulator.
Overtightening may crack the regulator.
Cooktops must be properly grounded. Cooktop power
cords are equipped with a three-prong grounded plug.
They fit standard three-prong wall receptacles.
!
WARNING
WARNING
To avoid risk of serious electrical shock or property
damage. Do not cut or remove the third (grounded)
prong from the power plug.
The consumer is responsible for replacing any standard
two-prong wall receptacle with a grounded and polarized
three-prong wall receptacle. A qualified electrician should
check any receptacle the customer doubts is properly
grounded. The wiring diagram is on the bottom of the
cooktop.
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Installation Instructions
Pressure Testing the Gas Supply Piping System
Disconnect the cooktop from the house gas supply
piping system during any pressure test exceeding 1/2
psig (3.5kPa).
Example One
1. Remove pressure regulator cap with a 7/8-inch
wrench.
2. Remove plastic insert from cap. Insert fits tightly in
cap.
3. Reverse plastic insert. Push firmly into hole in cap.
4. Verify insert fits tightly in hole. Do not disturb spring in
regulator body.
5. Replace cap in regulator body.
Use the manual shut-off valve to isolate the cooktop
from the supply system during pressure tests at
pressures equal to or less than 1/2 psig (3.5kPa).
The gas supply pressure for checking the regulator
setting is to be at least 1 inch WCP above pressure on
rating label.
Test for Gas Leaks
Test for leaks after making final gas connection by
closing all burner valves and turning on the gas supply.
Test for leaks by applying soap suds to all gas
connections in the supply line and in the cooktop.
Bubbles appear when there is a leak. If bubbles indicate
a leak, shut off the gas supply valve. Fix the leak by
tightening the joint or by unscrewing the joint and
applying additional pipe joint compound. Open the gas
supply valve and retest for leaks. Retest for leaks on any
joints disturbed.
!
Natural Gas
L.P. Gas
Plastic Insert
Cover
Spring Location
Example Two
1. Remove cap with screwdriver.
2. Remove insert.
3. Reverse insert and replace. “LPG10” is visible. Do
not disturb spring in regulator body.
4. Replace cap.
DANGER
To avoid risk of property damage serious personal
injury or death. Never use a lit match to check for
leaks.
Cooktop Conversion to LP Gas
Cap
Amana, Caloric and Modern Maid gas cooktops are
configured at the factory to use natural gas. The
cooktops featured in this manual may be modified to use
LP gas supplies. Modifying the gas supply pressure
regulator and individual burner valves enables these
units to use LP gas.
Plug
Spring
Pressure Regulator Conversion - All Models
Amana uses several types of gas pressure regulators for
cooktop units. Each type, however, performs the same
function. Universal pressure regulators, which equip all
cooktops featured in this manual, enable connection to
either natural gas or LP gas supplies. Cooktops are set
at the factory to use natural gas; no modification is
necessary. Modification, however, is necessary when
connecting a cooktop to an LP gas supply. How each
type of universal pressure regulator is converted to LP
use is explained and illustrated in the following
examples.
L.P. Gas
Natural Gas
Example Three
1. Remove cap marked “Nat.”
2. Reverse cap. “LP” now appears on cap.
3. Reinsert cap. Do not disturb spring beneath the cap.
Verify fiber washer is correctly between cap and the
regulator body.
NOTE: Some models may not have washers. If washer
is not supplied, none is needed.
Cap
Spring
Natural Gas
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Converting Burners to LP Gas All Models
Universal units have double coaxial orifices sized for
natural gas. Converting these orifices requires tightening
the orifice hood as described below.
1. Remove grates, burner caps, knobs and control
panel.
2. Remove or lift up maintop.
3. Remove venturi assemblies. Orifice hoods become
accessible.
4. Turn clockwise each orifice hood approximately 1-1/2
to 2 turns. Orifices should fit snugly on the pins. Do
not damage or distort the hole through pin center by
overtightening.
Example Four
1. Remove cap with screwdriver slot.
2. Reverse and replace cap. Verify “LPG10” is visible.
3. Do not disturb spring beneath cap.
Cap
Spring
Natural Gas
L.P. Gas
Example Five
1. Remove cap with screwdriver slot.
2. Remove black insert marked “NAT.” from cap. Insert
fits tightly in cap.
3. Reverse insert.
4. Replace in hole. Verify “LP” is visible. Verify that
insert is pressed firmly into shoulder. Do not disturb
spring in regulator body.
5. Replace cap in regulator body and tighten.
Pin
L.P. Gas
Natural Gas
Orifice Hood
Cap
Insert
Universal
Burner Orifice
L.P. Gas
Spring
L.P. Gas
Natural Gas
Universal
Burner Orifice
Natural Gas
5. Replace venturi assemblies, maintop, controls panel,
knobs, burner caps and grates.
Example Six
1. Remove cap with screwdriver slot.
2. Remove spring and washer. Washer will be at bottom
of spring as illustrated below.
3. Reverse to bring washer to the top.
4. Reinstall spring and washer.
5. Tighten cap.
!
CAUTION
Do not overtighten orifice hood. Damage to pins inside
the orifice hoods may result if hoods are overtightened.
Cap
Washer
Natural Gas
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Installation Instructions
A proper flame is set by adjusting the air shutters for
each burner. Air shutter adjustment is described below.
1. Remove grates, burner caps, knobs and control
panel.
2. Remove or lift up maintop.
3. Loosen lock screw on air shutter.
4. Opening air shutter increases air to flame. Closing air
shutter decreases air to flame.
5. Replace maintop, control panel, burner caps, knobs,
and grates.
Burner Section - All Models
BTU Input
Models AKS30, PGT153 and RTP308 feature a pair of
large and small burners each. The hourly BTU input for
the larger burners is 9,000 when connected to a natural
gas supply and 8,000 when connected to an LP gas
supply. The BTU input for smaller burners is 7,000 when
connected to a natural gas supply and 6,000 when
connected to an LP gas supply.
Other models with just a single size burner is rated at
10,000 when connected to a natural gas supply and
9,000 when connected to an LP gas supply.
Refer to rating label for specific information.
Top Burner Adjustment
Air shutters must be adjusted for proper flame. Loosen
the air shutter lock screw and adjust the air shutter until
the flame’s inner cone is blue-green and its outer mantle
is dark blue.
Sealed Burner
Lock Screw
OpenHead Burner
Air Shutter
Installation Notes RTP308, AKS30, and
PGT153 Models
Adjusting pilot burners and locating adjustment screws
for models with pilot lights are covered in installation
notes for those models. A properly adjusted pilot flame
means the burner will correctly ignite. Problems caused
by delayed ignition are avoided.
Countertop Cutout
Prepare the countertop opening for the unit according to
the dimensions as illustrated. The cooktop requires a
base cabinet with a minimum width of 30 inches.
Proper Flame Adjustment - All Models
For the best results, each burner should display a proper
flame. A proper flame has a blue-green inner core, a
dark blue outer mantle and a soft appearance.
Cabinet Base
Min. width 30"
1-3/8"
27-5/8"
20"
13-3/4"
1-1/2"
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Above a Drawer
Allow a three inch clearance between the top of
countertop and the top of a drawer or any other cabinet
feature beneath the cooktop. There must be enough
clearance to accommodate the pressure regulator and
make adjusting the regulator easier.
21"
29-1/2"
2-7/8"
Placing Unit in Countertop
1. Set unit into countertop cutout.
2. Center burner box in cutout.
3. The burner box’s front edge and the edge of
countertop must be parallel.
4. Locate holding tabs on the underside of cooktop. Pull
each tab outward to form a 90 degree angle with
bottom of cooktop. Tabs keep cooktop from being
lifted out of cooktop.
Overall Dimensions
Removal and Replacement of the Cooktop
1. Shut off electrical and gas supply.
2. Turn holding tabs on the underside of the burner box
inward.
3. Disconnect electrical connection.
4. Disconnect gas supply piping.
5. Replace cooktop by following steps listed under the
previous heading.
30" min.
13" max.
30" min.
18" min.
Adjust Burner Flame Height
The low burner flame should be a steady blue flame
approximately 1/4 inch in length. Make adjustments with
the adjustment screw in the center of valve stem. Valve
stem is directly behind the control knob.
1. Remove burner control knob by pulling straight up
from valve stem.
2. Hold valve stem stationary. Turn screw in center of
knob stem with flat blade screwdriver until flame is
approximately 1/4 inch long at low setting.
3. Replace burner control knob.
4. Turn control knob from low to high to test flame.
Check flame at each setting.
1-5/8"
Valve
Adjustment
Screw
12-3/4"
Shaft
Clearances
Observe the following clearances to safely operate
cooktop.
• Side by side cooktops - 5-7/8 inches, measured from
the side flanges of the maintops.
• Rear wall - 1-3/8 inches
• Right side wall - 1/4 inch
• Left side wall - 5-7/8 inches
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Installation Instructions
Placing Unit in Countertop
Unpack all parts. Access the burner compartment by
removing the maintop as follows:
1. Remove top grates, burner bowls and burner knobs.
2. Unlatch maintop from burner box by pressing down
on four release catches located inside burner
openings as shown.
Installation Notes RTP201 and RPT203
Models
Countertop Cutout
Prepare countertop opening for these models as
illustrated below.
23-1/2"
19-3/4"
Press
Press
2-1/8"
Press
18"
Press
22-1/4"
Top Release Catches
Overall Dimensions
3. Lift maintop by grasping between two burner
openings and lifting up.
4. Set unit into countertop cutout.
5. Center burner box in cutout. Front edges of burner
box and countertop must be parallel.
6. Secure to countertop with screws.
Clearances
Observe the following clearances to safely operate
cooktop.
• Side by side cooktops - 5-7/8 inches, measured from
the side flanges of the maintops.
• Rear wall - 1-3/8 inches
• Right side wall - 1/4 inch
• Left side wall - 5-7/8 inches
Adjusting Top Pilot
1. Turn pilot adjustment screws clockwise until fully
closed.
2. Turn pilot adjusting screws 1-1/2 turns
counterclockwise.
3. Light pilots.
4. Adjust until flame tips are even with center of flash
tubes as shown below.
Above a Drawer
Allow a three inch clearance between the top of
countertop and the top of a drawer or any other cabinet
feature beneath cooktop. There must be enough
clearance to accommodate the pressure regulator and
make adjusting the regulator easier.
Flash Tube
Pilot Flame
Pilot Adjustment
Screw
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Clearances
Observe the following clearances to safely operate the
cooktop.
• Side by side cooktops - 5-7/8 inches, measured from
the side flanges of the maintops.
• Rear wall - 1- 3/8 inches
• Right side wall - 1/4 inch
• Left side wall - 5-7/8 inches
Installation Notes RTP302, RTP304,
RTP305, RTP306, and RTP307 Models
Countertop Cutout
Cut countertop opening for unit according to dimensions
illustrated below. A 30 inch minimum base cabinet is
required.
Cabinet Base
Min. width 30"
Above a Drawer
Allow a three inch clearance between the top of the
countertop and the top of a drawer or any other cabinet
feature beneath the cooktop. There must be enough
clearance to accommodate the pressure regulator and
make adjusting the regulator easier.
2-3/16"
27-5/8"
19-3/8"
Models RTP306 and RTP307 have an electrical supply
cord and an electrical supply box. It is important that the
wall receptacle be located within the cabinet cutout
specifications.
13-13/16"
2-3/8"
Placing Unit in Countertop
Remove all literature packed with cooktop. To access
the burner compartment do the following.
1. Remove the carton containing the maintop and grates
from the top of the cooktop.
2. Remove packing material and tape securing control
panel to burner box.
3. Set unit into countertop cutout.
4. Center burner box in cutout. Front edges of burner
box and countertop must be parallel.
5. Secure to countertop with screws.
21"
29-1/2"
2-1/8"
Adjusting Top Pilots (Gas Ignition)
1. Turn pilot adjustment screws clockwise until closed.
2. Turn pilot adjust screws 1-1/2 turns counterclockwise.
3. Light pilots.
4. Adjust until flame tips are even with center of flash
tubes as shown below.
Electrical box on models with
automatic pilotless ignition,
require two additional inches
of clearance underneath.
Flash Tube
1-5/8"
Pilot Flame
12-3/4"
Pilot Adjustment
Screw
Automatic Pilotless Ignition Models
Turn gas valve for one of the top burners fully
counterclockwise starts an electrode between the flash
tubes sparking. The sparking continues as long as the
knob is in this position. Turn the knob to the “HI” position
after burner lights. The electrode will stop sparking.
There are no standing pilots to light or adjust. Models
with ignitor coils operate similarly except the ignitor coil
will glow.
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Installation Instructions
Installation Notes AKS3020, AKS3030,
AKS3040, AKS3050, and CKS3020 Models
Countertop Cutout
Cut countertop opening for unit according to dimensions
illustrated below. A 24 inch minimum base cabinet is
required.
AKS3040
AKS3020
1-3/8"
Cabinet Base
Min. width 24"
CKS3020
2-1/2"
19-3/16"
AKS3040
AKS3020
1-1/8"
28-1/2"
CKS3020
2-5/16"
Front
21-1/2"
29-1/2"
2-7/8"
2"
2"
7-1/8" down from
top of cutout
Countertop
Burner
box
Bracket
Tinnerman
nut
Adjusting
screw
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screw holds bracket
to burner box.
Clearances
Observe the following clearances to safely operate the
cooktop.
• 30” to bottom of cabinet.
• Rear wall1-3/8 inches
• Right side wall5-7/8 inches
• Left side wall5-7/8 inches
• Front dimensions1-1/8” AKS3020, AKS3030,
AKS3040, AKS3050
2-5/16” CKS3020
• 3” from top of countertop to drawer or other obstruction
under countertop.
• With pressure regulator, drawer must be shorted or
rear of drawer must be cut for clearance.
• Minimum of 6-1/4” must separate side flanges of
cooktops installed side by side.
Above a Drawer
Allow a three inch clearance between the top of the
countertop and the top of a drawer or any other cabinet
feature beneath the cooktop. There must be enough
clearance to accommodate the pressure regulator and
make adjusting the regulator easier.
Placing Unit in Countertop
Remove all literature packed with cooktop.
1. Remove burner grates and caps.
2. Remove screws securing burners to cooktop.
3. Unplug terminal connections from burners.
4. Remove maintop from burner box.
5. Locate 4 holes, one in each corner.
6. Drill hole through holes in flange into countertop.
• Use size 5/64” drill bit.
• Do not drill through countertop.
7. Insert screws provided into holes and tighten until
cooktop is secure.
Securing Cooktop to Countertop
1. Locate 3 installation bracket assemblies on bottom of
burner box. Each assembly consists of a bracket and
tinnerman nut attached to the burner box by a screw.
2. Loosen screw which holds bracket to burner box a
1/4 turn. Rotate bracket so tinnerman nut is directly
beneath countertop. Tighten screws securing bracket
to burner box.
3. Obtain adjusting screws (three 4-inch machine
screws) and install screws into tinnerman nuts,
tighten adjusting screws to secure countertop.
Adjusting Air Shutter
1. Remove control knobs, grates, caps, and burner
bowls.
2. Remove screws securing burners to cooktop, and
unplug terminal connections from burners.
3. Lift top off burner box to expose air shutters.
4. Slide air shutter open or closed depending on
appearance of burner flame.
• If flame is yellow and does not hold its shape, open
air shutter.
• If flame is blowing or noisy, close air shutter.
5. Reassemble in reverse order.
6. After adjustment retest burner flames.
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Operating Instructions
Using the Cooktop
Using a Wok
• Use Proper Pan Size
Use cooking utensils with flat bottoms large
enough to cover the flame. Correct-sized utensils
improve cooking efficiency and promotes safety.
Undersized utensils expose clothing and spillovers
to direct flame.
• Never Leave Surface Units Unattended
At high heat settings, boilovers can cause smoking
or fire.
• Glazed Cooking Utensils
Use glass, glass/ceramic, earthenware or other
glazed utensils for cooking. Sudden temperature
changes may break some utensils.
• Turn Utensil Handles Inward
A handle extending from the cooktop invites
accidents.
Do not use a wok with a ring stand. A wok with a ring
stand does not allow the proper air/gas mixture while
cooking. Use only a flat bottom wok.
Flat Bottom Wok
Cooking Utensils
Utensils made of different materials react differently to
cooking temperatures. The best results occur by
matching cooking utensil and cooking style. The
following list describes the cooking characteristics of
various materials.
• Glass/ceramic responds slowly to temperature
changes. It responds best to long and slow heating
of liquids.
• Aluminum responds quickly to temperature changes.
It responds best for frying, braising and roasting.
• Cast iron responds slowly to temperature changes. It
responds best for long low heat cooking and pan
frying.
• Stainless steel combined with another metal such as
copper, responds better to temperature changes.
Use stainless steel for soups, sauces, vegetables
and general cooking.
• Copper, tin-lined utensils respond quickly to
temperature changes. It is excellent for gourmet
cooking, wine sauces and egg dishes.
• Enamelware is stain resistant porcelain over metal.
The cooking time varies according to the base
metal. Lower temperatures are usually
recommended.
• Utensil design is important. Select utensils with flat
bottoms, straight sides, handle weight that does not
tilt the pan, and pans that match the burner size. Do
not use pans that exceed the diameter of the burner.
Ring Stand Wok
Operating the Cooktop
Burner Operation - All models
1. Push in and turn control to LITE. Burner sparks.
2. Burner lights automatically.
3. Turn knob to desired setting. Sparking stops. Turn
burner control to any position, except LITE, to set
flame.
4. Turn control to OFF when finished.
OFF
LO
W
MED
HI
LITE
Typical Control Knob
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Operating Instructions
Top Burner Settings
Check the burner for correct flame size and shape. Set
burner on LOW. Adjust flame to approximately 1/4 inch
length. Turn flame from LOW to HIGH several times to
verify that burner stays lit. The flame should be soft.
There should be no blowing or lifting.
Using Cooktop During Power Failure
Although the system used to light the burner is electric,
the burner can be used during prolonged power outages.
Follow the instructions below.
1. Hold a lit match at desired burner.
2. Push in and turn control to LITE. When burner lights,
turn control to desired setting.
3. When finished cooking, turn all controls to OFF.
Cleaning
Do not clean cooktop until it cools. Sudden temperature
changes can crack the porcelain or enamel cooktop
surface. Washing the cooktop with hot, soapy water after
each use minimizes the need for heavy cleaning. To
preserve the original appearance, rinse and wipe the
surfaces dry after washing.
Low
Flame
Wipe up marinades, fruit juices, vinegar and milk spills to
avoid permanent stains. These materials contain acids
and cause discoloration and permanent staining. DO
NOT touch any portion of the cooktop when it is hot.
Wait and wipe up spills after the cooktop is cool.
High
Flame
Proper Flame Size
Grates and Caps
Clean grates and caps with a damp cloth and soapy
water. Nonabrasive cleaners or pads may be used. DO
NOT use harsh powders, scouring pads or steel wool
pads. Never use oven cleaners on the grates or any
other part of the cooktop. For burned or dried on
spillovers, soak grates in warm soapy water.
The HIGH flame should be a steady flame with a distinct
inner cone. There should be no blowing or lifting.
Use the adjustment screw in the valve stem if LOW
burner flame is not steady and approximately 1/4 inch
long.
Flame Adjustment
1. Remove control knob.
2. Using a small, flat blade screwdriver, turn screw
located in center of knob stem until flame is the
proper size.
3. Replace control knob.
4. Turn control from LOW to HIGH several times and
check flame at each setting.
Dry all components to prevent rusting. Replace grates
and burner bowls. Verify that burner ports are not
blocked.
Cooktop
Clean cooktops with a damp cloth and soapy water. A
nonabrasive cleaner or pad may be used. Do not use
harsh powders, scouring pads or steel wool pads. Never
use oven cleaners on porcelain cooktop. Clean the
cooktop regularly.
Valve
Adjustment
Screw
Dry the top thoroughly. Stainless steel cooktops may be
coated with a stainless steel protectant. Call Amana
Consumer Affairs for a recommendation.
Shaft
!
WARNING
The flame should not extend beyond the edge of the
cooking utensil. It may contact clothing or pot holders
and cause a fire.
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Sealed Burners
Clean burners with a damp cloth and warm soapy water.
A nonabrasive cleaner or pad may be used. Verify that
burner ports are not blocked.
Open Head Burners
Open head burners can be removed for cleaning.
Maintop and burners must be cool before cleaning.
1. Remove grates. Lift or remove maintop.
2. Grasp burners at burner head. Lift upward and away.
Do not block the small slot above the ignitor. A blocked
slot results in poor burner ignition. Replace burner caps
correctly.
Open head burners may fail to perform properly if ports
are clogged or plugged. Use warm water and soap to
clean. Soaking loosens burned on materials. Clear
clogged burner holes with a thin wire. Do not use
toothpicks to clean burner holes.
Dry all burner components to prevent rusting. Allow
ignitors to dry before lighting burners.
Burners must be completely dry before being used
again. Water logged burner parts might cause uneven
heating or interfere with automatic lighting.
Burner Cap
Ignitor Slot
Flame Port Holes/Slots
Ports
Ignition
Port
Holes
Burner Body
Cleaning Sealed Burners
Flashing Tube
Cleaning Open Head Burners
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Troubleshooting Procedures
In the following procedures, correct gas pressure should be first determined (natural or LP gas).
Problem
1. Burner will not ignite.
2. Burners will not ignite.
“Spark” at top burner
ignitors.
Probable Cause
• Top pilots not lighted, or ignitors not
operating.
• Orifice hoods are clogged.
• Burner venturi, burner cap or burner
ignition ports clogged.
• Burner venturi, burner cap or burner
ignition ports clogged.
• Air shutters out of adjustment.
• Burner flame not correctly adjusted.
(LP Gas)
3. Burners will not ignite. No
“Spark” at burner ignitors.
Burner knob pushed
down, turned to and held
in LIGHT position.
• No 120 VAC to range.
• Circuit breaker or fuse blown.
• Microswitch contacts not closing.
• Faulty wiring.
• Inoperative spark module.
• Ignitor ceramic dirty, spark gap out of
adjustment.
Correction
• Light top pilots, or correct ignitor
operation.
• Clean orifice hoods and verify size
in use is correct.
• Clean burner venturi, cap or ignitor
port.
• Clean burner venturi or ignition
ports.
• Adjust air shutters according to
installation instructions.
• Adjust burner flame according to LP
conversion information in
installation instructions.
• Check electric at wall outlet.
• Reset circuit breaker or replace
fuse.
• Check activator movement, replace
microswitch.
• Check wiring against appropriate
wiring diagram and be sure all
terminals and connections are tight.
• Check module according to
information in the following section.
• Clean ceramic, check grounding
strap spark gap according to
information in the following section.
Top Burner Valve
Tri-Set burner valves are standard for all models except
RTP203, and RTP201.
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Spark Module (Models RTP306 and RTP307)
Gas Pressure and Measurement
The spark module for the automatic pilotless ignition
(spark) system on models RTP306 and RTP307 is
located at the bottom rear of the unit. It is housed in the
electrical box. The module is accessed by removing two
screws holding the electrical box to the unit, which
detaches the electrical box. Disconnect electrical power
before attempting to remove the box.
Correct burner ignition and operation depend upon
adequate gas pressure. Amana, Caloric and Modern
Maid cooktop regulators are designed to provide proper
pressure. Refer to Rating Label for pressure supply.
These units are set at the factory for natural gas. The
gas regulator and gas valves on these units may be
converted when connected to LP/propane gas.
In the event of “NO SPARK” verify that the ignitor
ceramic is clean and the gap between ignitor and ignitor
grounding bracket dimple is 1/8” (-1/32”, +0).
1. Check AC line fuse, or circuit breaker.
2. Disconnect electricity at disconnect plug, and turn off
gas supply to cooktop.
3. Using wiring diagram, verify all terminals and wire
connections are correct and tight.
4. Set meter on VAC scale.
5. Attach one meter lead of test meter to the black wire
terminal on spark module.
6. Attach remaining lead to white wire terminal on spark
module.
7. Reconnect electricity at main disconnect plug.
8. Turn all top burner knobs to their light positions.
9. No line voltage at test meter indicates an electrical
circuit interruption before spark module.
10.If line voltage is at test meter then check ignitors.
11.If ignitors are OK; replace ignition module.
The minimum supply pressure to the regulator must be
at least 7 inches WCP for natural gas and 11 inches
WCP for LP/propane gas. The maximum pressure
cannot exceed 14 inches WCP.
Measuring Gas Pressure
Measure gas pressure by using pressure meters and
gauges or by using a manometer. The following
directions apply to using a manometer. If pressure
meters and gauges are used, follow directions supplied
with those units.
Using the Manometer
A manometer is a U-shaped tube of clear plastic or
glass. Between the two “legs” of the U is a scale
measured in inches.
Fill the tube with water until the water level reaches “0”
on both legs. Connect one leg of the tube to the range
manifold or gas valve orifice. Leave the other leg open.
Applying gas pressure pushes down the water on one
side and up on the other side.
Top Burner Spark Ignitors
1. Disconnect electricity at main disconnect plug.
2. Disconnect two spark ignitor leads from spark
module terminals.
3. Set ohmmeter on the RX1 ohm scale (adjust to zero).
4. Attach one meter lead to a good ground (bare metal)
on the cooktop.
5. Touch remaining meter lead to each terminal of
ignitor lead. A continuity reading from either ignitor
lead indicates the ignitor lead is shorted to ground.
Replace ignitor lead. If no continuity reading from
either ignitor lead to ground, then proceed to Step 6.
6. Attach one meter lead to one terminal to the ignitor
lead and touch the remaining meter lead on the
opposite end of the ignitor lead that is attached to the
top burner mounting bracket. Repeat same
procedure with the other ignitor lead. No continuity on
either lead indicates an open circuit in the ignitor lead
wire. Replace ignitor lead.
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The procedure for taking a gas pressure measurement
is simple. Connect the tubing from one leg of the
manometer to the gas valve orifice hood. Bleed off
trapped air by inserting a small screwdriver blade briefly
under the connecting tubing. Trapped air could give an
inaccurate reading. Turn on gas valve. Take a full load
reading by turning on all top burners to verify that
pressure under full load is still within specifications.
Gas pressure is measured in WCP by adding the
readings from both tubes. If water level on both legs is at
the two inch mark, this indicates a pressure of 4 inches
WCP that conforms with cooktop specifications as
specified on rating label.
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Disassembly Procedures
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Pilot Fittings (Applicable Models)
1. Remove maintop.
2. Turn pilot gas off at pilot adjusting screw.
3. Remove tubing nut at pilot assembly.
4. Remove pilot shield on channel and cone in pilot cup.
5. Pilot assembly can be removed from the bottom.
6. When replacing the pilot, verify that the tubing
connection on pilot assembly faces toward pilot
tubing.
7. Open and adjust pilot adjusting screw.
WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, serious personal
injury or death. Make sure oven is properly grounded
and polarized. Always disconnect electrical supply
before servicing unit.
Maintop Removal
Models RTP302, RTP304, RTP305, RTP307
These models feature a hinged maintop to make
cleaning easier. The hinge is on the rear of the maintop.
Lift from the front to access the burner box. Some
models feature a support rod that holds the maintop up.
For complete maintop removal proceed as follows:
1. Verify that maintop and grates are cool.
2. Remove all grates.
3. Raise the maintop to about a 60 degree angle.
4. Lift maintop up from hinges.
!
To avoid risk of electrical shock, serious personal
injury or death. Make sure oven is properly grounded
and polarized. Always disconnect electrical supply
before servicing unit.
NOTE: Whenever a component or tubing with threaded
ends or fittings is serviced or replaced, apply a
good quality, gas-resistant pipe dope or sealant
compound to the threads to minimize gas leaks.
A sealing tape compatible with LP gas may also
be used to seal joints.
Models RTP203 and RTP201
These models are not provided with rear hinges. To
remove the maintop proceed as follows:
1. Verify maintop and grates are cool.
2. Remove burner bowls and grates.
3. Lift off control knobs.
4. Unlock maintop by releasing catches located in each
burner opening.
5. Grasp maintop between burner openings. Lift upward
to remove maintop.
Electronic Spark Module: Models RTP306 and
RTP307
The automatic pilotless ignition (spark) system is
employed in models RTP306 and RTP307. It consists of
an electronic spark module, burner spark ignitors and an
actuator switch assembly on the control valves. When
any gas control valve is turned to ignition position
(LIGHT), gas flows to the burner. A cam on the control
activates the spring loaded actuator and switch,
completing a 120 VAC power circuit to the spark module.
A separate lever switch is found on thermoset control
valves, connected in parallel with the main actuator
switch. These valves operate differently than the
standard valve with respect to rotation of the control
shaft.
Burner and Related Parts
Burners
1. Verify that maintop and grates are cool.
2. Remove maintop or raise it to access burners.
3. If necessary, remove Phillips head shipping screws
securing burners to mounting brackets at burner
heads.
4. Lift burner up and away from control valve.
5. When replacing burners, verify each is properly
positioned with respect to ignition flash tubes and
control valve. Test for proper ignition of burner.
When power is applied to the module, a repeated
momentary high voltage is fed through the output leads
to the spark gap ignitors located between the burner
flash tubes. The resultant spark across the gap ignites
the gas present at the flash tube and the burner. The
spark module is mounted inside the electrical box on the
bottom rear of the assembly.
Burner Control Valve
1. Turn off gas and electrical supply.
2. Remove grates, maintop and burners.
3. Remove actuator switch assembly on applicable
models.
4. Unscrew valve from manifold.
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Disassembly Procedures
Spark Module Removal
1. Disconnect unit from electrical power source.
2. Remove electrical box cover secured by two screws.
3. Disconnect lead wires to the spark module and
remove.
4. Reverse procedure to reassemble. When installing
spark module, verify that lead wires are correctly
connected to the unit. See spark module wiring
diagram located beneath unit.
Burner Ignitor Switches
1. Disconnect electric and gas supplies.
2. Remove diecast burners. (See Diecast Burners,
section.)
3. Remove maintop. (See Maintop, section.)
4. Disconnect lead wires.
5. Pull burner ignitor switches from burner valves.
6. Reverse procedure to reinstall. Verify that lead wires
are correctly connected.
Disassembly Instructions for Models
AKS30, AKS3020, AKS3030, AKS3040,
AKS3050, CKS3020, PGT153, and RTP308
Burner Gas Valves
1. Disconnect electric and gas supplies.
2. Remove diecast burners. (See Diecast Burners,
section.)
3. Remove maintop. (See Maintop, section.)
4. Disconnect lead wires from spark switch.
5. Pull burner ignitor switches from burner valves.
6. Using an appropriate wrench, remove bolts with
washers securing burner valves to manifold.
7. Reverse procedure to reinstall. Verify that lead wires
are correctly connected to spark switch.
8. Test for leaks with soap solution or leak tester.
Diecast Burners
1. Disconnect electric and gas supplies.
2. Lift off grates and burner caps.
3. Remove phillips screw securing sealed burner to
maintop.
4. Lift sealed burners high enough to pull wire from
electrode.
5. Reverse procedure to reinstall.
Manifold
1. Disconnect electric and gas supplies.
2. Disconnect gas pressure regulator from unit.
3. Remove diecast burners. (See Diecast Burners,
section.)
4. Remove maintop. (See Maintop, section.)
5. Disconnect lead wires from spark switches.
6. Pull off surface burner ignition switches.
7. Remove burner gas valves.
8. Disconnect screw from each manifold mounting
brackets.
9. Lift manifold and inlet seal from bottom.
10.Reverse procedure to reinstall.
11.Test for leaks with soap solution or leak tester.
Maintop
1. Disconnect electric and gas supplies.
2. Lift off grates, burner caps, control knobs and control
panel.
3. Remove diecast burners. (See Diecast Burners,
section.)
4. Remove phillips screws securing maintop to venturi
assemblies.
5. Remove phillips screws securing maintop to manifold
support brackets.
6. Lift off maintop.
7. Reverse procedure to reinstall.
Venturi Assemblies
1. Disconnect electric and gas supplies.
2. Remove diecast burners. (See Diecast Burners,
section.)
3. Remove maintop. (See Maintop, section.)
4. Remove phillips screws securing venturi assembly to
burner box. Repeat for each assembly.
5. Lift out venturi assemblies.
!
DANGER
To avoid risk of property damage, serious injury, or
death. Do not test for leaks with an open flame.
Spark Module
1. Disconnect electric and gas supplies.
2. Remove diecast burners. (See Diecast Burners,
section.)
3. Remove maintop. (See Maintop, section.)
4. Remove screws securing spark module to burner
box.
5. Disconnect lead wires to spark module and remove.
6. Reverse procedure to reinstall. When installing spark
module verify that lead wires are correctly connected
to unit.
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Wiring Diagrams and Schematics
!
WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury, or death, disconnect power to cooktop before servicing, unless
testing requires it.
Neutral
L1
Green
Spark
Switches
L1
Spark
Module
N
2
1
Electrode
SCHEMATIC
Ribbed or
Striped Side
of Cord
Main Input
3 SKT
Cap
3 Pin
Plug
1
1
2
2
3
3
WH SF2
Power Cord
RD SF2
RD SF2
RD SF2
Spark Switches
Color
1
Color
Symbol
RD
WH
GN
Red
White
Green
NOTES:
1. All wires are 18 GA, 150 C XL unless
otherwise noted. SF2 is SEW-2/SF2
200 C rated
2. See serial plate for input ratings.
3. All replacement wires must have same
ratings as original wires.
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L1
RD SF2
High
Voltage
Wire
Spark
Module
N
2
GN SF2
Electrode
WIRING DIAGRAM
Spark Module Circuit for AKO2000
Part Number 35-315140-04-0
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WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury, or death, disconnect power to cooktop before servicing, unless
testing requires it.
NOTE: 1. All wires 18GA, 150 C XL unless otherwise specified.
2. All replacement wires must have same ratings as original wires.
Neutral
Line
ON
GN
VT
BK
L
N
Spark
Module
High Voltage Output
Manifold
Switches
1
Surface
LF
Electrodes
2
3
4
RF
LR
RR
SCHEMATIC
Power Supply
120 VAC
60 Hz
Ribbed Side of Cord
GN
105 C
Chassis
BK
Splice
Connector
BK
LF
VT
BK
RF
Manifold
Switches
VT
L
BK
BK
Spark
Module
N
VT
LR
RR
High Voltage Output
VT
1
2
3
4
LF
RF
LR
RR
22 GA
Hi Voltage
250 C
Burner
Electrodes
All wires 18 GA, 150 C, X-Linked, Except where noted.
WIRING DIAGRAM
Electirc
ElectricIgnitor
IgnitorCircuit
Circuitfor
forAKS30,
AKS30,PGT153,
PGT153,and
andRTP308
RPT308
Part
Number
35-308249-04-0
Part
Number
35-308249-04-0
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WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury, or death, disconnect power to cooktop before servicing, unless
testing requires it.
N
L1
Switches
Ignitor
SCHEMATIC
G
Supply Cord
Disconnect
R
R
W
R
Spark
Module
L1 N
1
2
Switches
Code Color
R
Red
W White
GA Type
SF
18
18 SF
Electrode
G
WIRING DIAGRAM
Spark Module Circuit for GT341 / PGT120
Part Number 81-05-483
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WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury, or death, disconnect power to cooktop before servicing, unless
testing requires it.
N
L1
Switches
Module
SCHEMATIC
G
Supply Cord
Disconnect
1 2 3
BL
1 2 3
BL
BL
Switches
BL
W
BL
L1
1
BL
Code Color
BL Blue
W White
N
2
Spark
Module
Electrodes
GA Type
18 SEW
18 SEW
WIRING DIAGRAM
Spark Module Circuit for GT451
Part Number 35-042914-04-0
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!
WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury, or death, disconnect power to cooktop before servicing, unless
testing requires it.
L
N
Valve Switches
Spark Module
9
8
7
6
SCHEMATIC
BL
BL
Valve Switches
3 2
1
Disconnect
Electrodes
3
2
1
Spark Module
9
8
7
6
L
BL
N L
N
W
Power
Cord
Code Color
BL Blue
W White
GA Type
18 SEW
18 SEW
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WIRING DIAGRAM
Spark Module Circuit for GT583
Part Number 81-05-577
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WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury, or death, disconnect power to cooktop before servicing, unless
testing requires it.
NOTE: Replacement wires must
have same insulation and
temperature rating as original wires.
W
B
120 VAC
Spark Ignitors
Front
Rear
Spark
Module
N
L
1
2
W
B
R
COM
NO
COM
NO
Micro
Switches
Thermoset
WIRING DIAGRAM
Spark Module Circuit for RPT306 and RPT307
Part Number 69628
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Wiring Diagrams and Schematics
!
WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury, or death, disconnect power to cooktop before servicing, unless
testing requires it.
Line
Neutral
Green
Manifold
Switches
BK
VT
N
L
Spark Module
or
A
B
A1
B1
1
2
3
4
Surface
Electrodes
SCHEMATIC
GN
Connector
Connector
BK
RF
LF
L
VT
N
Spark Module
RR
or
VT
LR
22 GA
HI Voltage
250 C
Manifold
Switches
Surface
Electrodes
A
B
A1
B1
1
2
3
4
WIRING DIAGRAM
Electric Ignitor Circuit for AKS3020, AKS3030, AKS3040,
AKS3050, and CKS3020
Part Number 35-317134-05-0
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