Electrolux EW30DF65GW - 30 Inch Dual Fuel Range Service manual

Electrolux EW30DF65GW - 30 Inch Dual Fuel Range Service manual
* , CEWDF65G *
Publication # 5995523320
August 2008
PN / 316439225
SAFE SERVICING PRACTICES............................... 3
WORK HABITS.......................................................... 4
SERVICE TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT....................... 4
RANGE TECHNICAL DATA...................................... 5
Maximum Allowable Surface Temperatures.......... 5
RTD Temperature / Resistance Chart................... 5
Dual Fuel Range
Component Resistance Chart............................... 5
Oven Relay Board Circuit Analysis Matrix
(ES 610/615)......................................................... 6
EOC Signal Voltage Test Matrix........................... 6
Variable Speed Control Board............................... 7
Power Supply Board............................................. 7
Terms and Abbreviations . .................................... 7
Electronic Oven Control
Failure/Fault Codes (ES630)................................. 8
Schematic Diagram............................................... 9
Wiring Diagram................................................... 10
PRODUCT OVERVIEW........................................... 11
LP GAS CONVERSION........................................... 11
Touch Sensor Technology
(TSt) Control SYSTEM...................................... 12
Troubleshooting The TST Panel.......................... 12
Diagnostic Service Mode.................................... 13
ELECTRONIC oven CONTROL (ES630).............. 14
EOC Troubleshooting and Testing....................... 15
Power Supply Board............................................ 15
Oven Relay Board............................................... 16
VARIABLE SPEED CONTROL................................ 17
Variable Fan Speed............................................. 17
LUXURY™ Lighting............................................. 18
RACK SENSING SWITCH....................................... 19
MEAT PROBE FEATURE........................................ 21
Theory Of Operation........................................... 21
Component Parts................................................ 21
Troubleshooting................................................... 21
Electrolux branded Dual Fuel ranges are not
approved for LP conversion. LP versions of these
ranges are available by the following model numbers:
OVEN DOOR .......................................................... 22
Door Removal..................................................... 22
Door Disassembly............................................... 23
Cooktop Removal
Cooktop Removal - Dual Fuel Range.................. 27
Orifice Holders..................................................... 29
Removing Manifold Panel................................... 29
Replacing Ignitor Switches and Harness............. 30
Replacing Surface Burner Valves........................ 30
UPPER OVEN Components............................... 31
Luxury Glide Oven Rack
Removal & Maintenance..................................... 31
Rack Sensor Assembly
Removal & Maintenance..................................... 32
Bake Element...................................................... 33
Broil Element....................................................... 34
Convection Fan Blade and
Element Replacement......................................... 35
Rack Sensing Switch Replacement.................... 35
Halogen Oven Lights........................................... 36
LOWER OVEN COMPONENTS Dual Fuel models..................................................... 37
Replacing Lower Oven Element.......................... 37
Replacing Lower Oven Temperature Probe........ 38
Replacing Lower Oven Thermal Cutout.............. 39
Replacing Drawer Glide Rails............................. 39
Replacing Drawer Seal....................................... 40
Lower Oven Chassis........................................... 40
The information contained in this manual can be
applied to the models listed below:
The information contained in this manual is subject
to change as product development continues after
the date this manual was created.
Page 09/0408
- ALL APPLIANCES To avoid personal injury and/or property damage, it is important that Safe Servicing Practices be
observed. The following are some limited examples of safe practices:
1. DO NOT attempt a product repair if you have any doubts as to your ability to
complete it in a safe and satisfactory manner.
2. Before servicing or moving an appliance:
• Remove the power cord from the electrical outlet, trip the circuit breaker to the
OFF position, or remove the fuse.
• Turn off the gas supply.
• Turn off the water supply.
3. Never interfere with the proper operation of any safety device.
5. GROUNDING: The standard color coding for safety ground wires is GREEN, or
GREEN with YELLOW STRIPES. Ground leads are not to be used as current
carrying conductors. It is EXTREMELY important that the service technician
reestablish all safety grounds prior to completion of service. Failure to do so will
create a hazard.
6. Prior to returning the product to service, ensure that:
• All electrical connections are correct and secure
• All electrical leads are properly dressed and secured away from sharp edges,
high-temperature components, and moving parts
• All non-insulated electrical terminals, connectors, heaters, etc. are adequately
spaced away from all metal parts and panels
• All safety grounds (both internal and external) are correctly and securely
• All panels are properly and securely reassembled
• All gas connections are secure and have been leak tested
This service manual is intended for use by persons having electrical and mechanical
training and a level of knowledge of these subjects generally considered acceptable in
the appliance repair trade. The manufacturer cannot be responsible, nor assume any
liability, for injury or damage of any kind arising from the use of this manual.
Consistently following a standard routine when servicing appliances will insure that you do not
waste time searching for a complex solution to a simple problem. One of the most common mistakes
made by service technicians is failing to verify the incoming power supply to the appliance.
Many times electronic controls and other components are replaced unnecessarily because
the incoming power supply was not verified. When testing the electrical supply the test should be
performed at the terminal block where the power cord or house wiring attaches to the appliance. Verify
that there are 240 volts between L1 & L2 and that there is 120 volts from L1 to Neutral and also from
L2 to Neutral. You should also check the power supply while the appliance is operating or “under load”.
The power supply may check good with the product sitting idle but fail when certain components are
turned on. This can be caused by a weak connection in the customer’s house wiring, or a faulty circuit
breaker or fuse.
Another common mistake is failure to verify all component part wire harness connections. It is
essential that all component connections be checked visually and with the appropriate circuit tester.
Many times components are assumed to be faulty because they do not operate or there is an error
code displayed by the electronic control system. Often the failure is caused by a loose or miswired
connection which can cause the same error code as a defective component part. Newly installed
appliances may have loose connections resulting from shipping and handling conditions or improper
installation. Check the wiring connections before you order replacement parts.
When the repair has been completed the product should be thoroughly tested to verify that the
service performed corrected the problem and that all of the other features and functions of the product
are in proper working order. The extra time taken to do this will create consumer confidence in your
efficiency and professionalism as well as possibly saving an expensive callback.
In addition to standard hand tools such as wrenches, screwdrivers, pliers, etc; the following
instruments are considered to be essential equipment for technicians servicing Electrolux cooking
products. Proper testing and diagnostic procedures are not possible without these tools.
• Volt/ohmmeter - Must be capable of voltage measurement from 0 to 500 volts AC and
• Clamp on amp meter - Should be capable of measuring from 0 to 60 amps.
• Temperature Meter - Should be high quality with thermocouple or electronic
resistance measurements from 0 to 2 meg-ohms. This usually requires a meter that utilizes a 9 volt battery. Either digital or analog meters are acceptable however most technicians find analog meters easier to use. Appropriate test leads and tips are required to test certain
electronic components and connections.
“K-type” test probe. Capable of temperature readings up to 1000 degrees Fahrenheit.
Additional instruments that a technician will need to have access to at various times include the
• Combustible gas leak detection meter.
• U tube manometer or equivalent testing device for measuring LP and Natural gas line
pressure on gas ranges. Measurements must be in IWC (inches water column)
• Carbon Monoxide (CO) detection meter capable of measuring from 0-1000 PPM.
• Microwave Leak Detection Meter
NOTE: Electrolux Does Not Supply Tools Or Test Instruments.
Maximum Allowable Surface Temperatures
All gas and electric ranges must comply with U.L and A.N.S.I. surface temperature limits outlined in the following chart.
Note that the testing temperature is different for electric ranges produced after 08/26/2003.
Side Panel
152° F
160° F
Oven Door
152° F
160° F
Warmer Drawer
Front Panel
152° F
160° F
Knobs & Handles
*167° F
**182° F
*182° F
1. Product must be undamaged, correctly assembled and have the correct oven temperature.
172° F
182° F
2. All skin temperatures are based on a room temperature of 77° F (25° C)
and an oven set temperature as specified below:
For ELECTRIC ranges built prior to 08/26/2003 - 400° F
For ELECTRIC ranges built after 08/26/2003 - 475° F
For GAS ranges built prior to 01/01/2004 - 400° F
For GAS ranges built after 01/01/2004 - 475° F
3. Oven must be cycling at designated test temperature for one hour
before test is conducted.
4. Pyrometers, (temperature testers), must be of high quality and properly
Lower Console
Oven Vent Area
5. An increase or decrease of 1° F in the room ambient temperature, will
allow a 1° F increase or decrease in the maximum allowable surface
temperature of the range.
131° F
**152° F
*152° F
Includes plastic with metal plating not more than 0.005” thick and metal with a plastic covering not
less than 0.005” thick.
* Self-Clean Gas Range at Clean Temperature
** Self-Clean Electric Range at Clean Temperature
RTD Temperature / Resistance Chart
The chart seen here can be used to test the resistance of the oven
temperature sensor probe. For accuracy in testing use a high quality
thermometer or temperature meter to determine actual oven temperature
before reading the resistance of the probe.
32 ± 1.9
1000 ± 4.0
75 ± 2.5
1091 ± 5.3
250 ± 4.4
1453 ± 8.9
350 ± 5.4
1654 ± 10.8
450 ± 6.9
1852 ± 13.5
550 ± 8.2
2047 ± 15.8
650 ± 13.6
2237 ± 18.5
900 ± 13.6
2697 ± 24.4
Dual Fuel Range Component Resistance Chart
NOTE: Resistance measurements are approximate. Variations due to temperature changes
and other factors are normal.
208 / 242
16 Ω
208 / 242
14 Ω
Warmer Drawer Element
108 / 132
20.5 Ω
Warmer Drawer Element
108 / 132
32 Ω
Mini oven element
108 / 132
14 Ω
Convection Element
108 / 132
40 Ω
Convection element
108 / 132
72 Ω
Convection Fan Motor
108 / 132
35 Ω
Lock Motor Windings
108 / 132
2000 Ω
Resistance Ω (ohms)
1100 Ω *
*(refer to rtd chart)
ES 610/615 Oven Relay Board Circuit Analysis Matrix - Dual Fuel Range
Relay Contacts
P4 (R)
P2 (O)
P6 (BK)
P10 (Y)
P6 (BK)
P8 (BL)
P6 (BK)
P12 (Y/BK)
J4/3 (BK)
J4/5 (V)
J4/3 (BK)
J4/6 (BR)
L2 Out
Lower Oven
Door Lock
Bake / Time Bake
Convection Bake/Roast
Bread Proof
Slow Cook
Keep Warm (Upper Oven)
Keep Warm (Lower Oven)
Bake (Lower Oven) *
Door Lock Motor
X = Contact Closed
*Some Models
P = Contact closed during Pre-Heat only
EOC Signal Voltage Test Matrix - Dual Fuel Range
Test for 3.3 VDC (+/- .5 volts) between GND on EOC circuit board and the indicated connector pin when the specified
function is activated.
Lower Oven or Warmer Drawer / K3
/ Pin 7
J5 / Pin 7
L2 Out
/ K2
P11 / Pin 4
J7 / Pin4
/ K4
P11 / Pin 1
J7 / Pin 1
/ K6
P11 / Pin 2
J7 / Pin 2
Convection Element / K10
P11 / Pin 5
J7 / Pin 5
Lock Motor / K12
P11 / Pin 6
J7 / Pin 6
Variable Speed Control Board
VSC Test Points.
Connector P6 pins 1 & 6 - 5 vdc
P2/5 (BK)
P2/5 (BK)
Connector P2 Pins 3 & 5 - 120 vac
P2/1 (Tan)
Oven Lamps
P2/7 (Pink)
Convection Fan Mtr.
X = Contact Closed
NOTE: All voltages are approximate.
Power Supply Board
Power Supply Board (PS1 or PS2) Test Points
Connector P1 pins 1 & 4 - 120 vac
Connector P2 pins 1 & 5 - 8 vdc
NOTE: All voltages are approximate.
Terms and Abbreviations Used In This Manual
IWC = INCHES WATER COLUMN ( Unit of measure for testing gas line pressure )
TST = TOUCH SENSOR TECHNOLOGY (Refers to glass touch control panel)
Perfect Pair™ = Lower oven in the drawer below the main oven. Also called a Mini Oven.
IQ Touch™ = Control panel display style found on “B” model ranges.
Wave-Touch™ = Control panel display style found on “A” model ranges.
For each Fault code there is a listing of the likely failure condition or cause, as well as suggested
corrective actions to be taken. Perform the steps one at a time in the order listed below to correct the
specific failure condition.
Note: Fault codes are not a foolproof system. Never assume that a part has failed based on a displayed fault
code. An example would be if the EOC is displaying F30 (open sensor), the failure could be caused by a loose
connection or faulty wire harness between the EOC and sensor or the sensor could simply be unplugged.
Runaway Temperature.
Oven heats when no cook
cycle is programmed.
1. Check RTD Sensor Probe using the RTD scale found in the tech sheet. Replace if defective.
2. If oven is overheating disconnect power from the range and unplug connector P1 from power supply
board 1. Reapply power to the range. If oven continues to heat when the power is reapplied, replace the
oven relay board.
3. Replace the EOC
NOTE: Severe overheating may require the entire oven to be replaced should damage be extensive.
Shorted Keypad
1. Reset power supply to range to see if failure code will clear.
2 Test ribbon harness and connectors between the TST panel and EOC. Replace if defective
3. Replace the TST panel
4. Replace the EOC
Internal software error in
Disconnect power, wait 30 seconds and reapply power. If fault returns upon power-up, replace EOC.
TST Display tail missing or
not connected
1. Check/reseat ribbon harness and connections between TST panel and EOC.
2. Replace the TST panel
3. Replace the EOC
Signal loss between oven
relay board and EOC
1. Test the harness and connections from EOC connector P16 to oven relay board J2.
2. Replace the oven relay board
3. Replace the EOC
Communication failure
between EOC and ESEC
1. Test wiring harness and connections between EOC connector P2 and ESEC 30 UIB P9
2. Test wiring harness and connections between ESEC 30 UIB and ESEC 20 relay board
3. Test wiring harness and connections between PS board 2 (P2) and ESEC 30 UIB connector P7
4. Test for approximately 8 volts DC output from PS board 2 at ESEC 30 UIB connector P7, pins 1 & 5.
If output voltage is incorrect test incoming power supply to PS board 2 at harness connector P1 pins
1 & 4. If incoming power is correct (120 VAC) replace PS board 2.
If output voltage is correct replace ESEC 30 UIB
5. Replace EOC
Communication failure
between VSC board and
1. Check harness and connections between VSC board and EOC.
2. Test for approximately 5 volts DC to VSC board at P6 connector pins 1 & 6.
If voltage is correct replace VSC board. If voltage is incorrect replace EOC.
Open probe connection.
Shorted Probe connection
1. (F30 or F31) Check resistance at room temperature & compare to RTD Sensor resistance chart. If
resistance does not match the RTD chart replace RTD Sensor Probe. Check Sensor wiring harness between
EOC & Sensor Probe connector.
2. (F30 or F31) Check resistance at room temperature, if less than 500 ohms, replace RTD Sensor Probe.
Check for shorted Sensor Probe harness between EOC & Probe connector.
Door lock motor latch
If lock motor runs:
1. Test continuity of wiring between EOC and lock switch on lock motor assy. Repair if needed.
2. Advance motor until cam depresses the plunger on lock motor switch. Test continuity of switch contacts.
If switch is open replace lock motor assy.
3. If motor runs and switch contacts and wiring harness test good, replace the EOC
If lock motor does not run:
1. Test continuity of lock motor windings. Replace lock motor assy if windings are open.
2. Test lock motor operation by using a test cord to apply voltage. If motor does not operate replace lock
motor assy.
3. If motor runs with test cord check continuity of wire harness to lock motor terminals. If harness is good
replace the EOC.
Page Schematic Diagram - Dual Fuel Wave Touch Models with Lower Oven
Page Wiring Diagram - Dual Fuel Wave Touch Models with Lower Oven
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Electrolux branded freestanding Dual Fuel ranges are currently available with the Wave Touch control
The dual fuel models feature a five burner gas cooktop with full width burner grates, a self cleaning
electric main oven, convection and normal bake modes in the main oven, variable speed convection
fan motor, Luxury Glide oven racks, Dual halogen oven lights, and a meat probe.
Duel Fuel models also feature a Perfect Pair™ lower oven capable of baking at temperatures up to 450
degrees in addition to functioning as a warming drawer.
The oven and warmer drawer functions are controlled by the ES630 Electronic Oven Control.
The oven door hinges are designed to allow the door to stand open in virtually any position without
springing closed.
Current finish options available are White , Black and Stainless Steel. All models operate on 240 volt
60 hz AC power supply.
Duel Fuel models are not approved for LP gas conversion.
LP gas ready versions of the Duel Fuel models with lower oven are available by the following model
numbers: EW3LDF65GW, EW3LDF65GB, EW3LDF65GS
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Touch Sensor Technology (TSt) Control SYSTEM
The TST system utilizes a touch sensitive glass panel (photo A) to allow the user to control all oven
and warmer drawer operations. The TST panel is connected to the electronic oven control (EOC) via
ribbon connectors. It is similar in function to a membrane switch.
The TST control panel generates an electromagnetic field around each touch pad. When this field is
interrupted by touching the glass, the control panel communicates the selection information to the
EOC. The EOC then responds by signaling the oven relay board to close the appropriate relays to
perform the selected operation or function.
NOTE: The TST system touch glass is a non serviceable part and must be replaced as a complete
assembly if found to be defective. The replacement glass panel will come attached to the frame and
will include ribbon connectors. (Photo B)
Photo A
Touch Glass
Photo B
Troubleshooting The TST Panel
The TST control panel has ribbon connectors that link it to the EOC. (Photo C).
If these connectors fail or become loose the TST control panel will not operate and under some
conditions will generate a fault code in the EOC display window.
If the TST control malfunctions or fails to operate inspect and re-seat the ribbon connectors. If a
failure/fault code is present follow the diagnostic procedure for that code.
If no fault code appears but the EOC does not
respond when the TST panel is touched then
the cause is either a defective EOC or TST
panel. Replace the EOC first. If the problem
remains replace the TST panel assembly.
If only a single key is non responsive then the
TST panel is the most likely cause of failure.
Photo C
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Ribbon Connectors
Diagnostic Service Mode
When an error or failure occurs in the Electronic Oven Control (EOC) system the control panel will usually
produce an audible beep accompanied by a special display to indicate that there is a failure condition. In order
for a service technician to be able to more easily determine which failure condition has occurred a special
Diagnostic Service Mode has been built in to the control panel software.
To enter the service mode the range must be in the “IDLE” condition meaning that all elements and functions
are turned off. Press and hold the TIMER keypad for the upper oven and the Upper Oven selector keypad for 3
seconds. Always press the TIMER keypad first immediately followed by the Upper Oven selector keypad.
After three seconds the control panel will enter the service mode and will display the most recent error or
failure codes for the upper and lower ovens.
The control will exit the Diagnostic Service Mode after one minute or it can be ended by pressing the CANCEL
keypad. The service mode can be restarted if necessary by repeating the steps outlined above. While the
control is in the Diagnostic Service Mode the error codes can be cleared from memory by pressing the Upper
Oven Timer keypad. Once they are cleared they can not be recalled.
Error Displayed
for Upper Oven
Error Displayed
for Lower Oven
Press and Hold for three seconds
to start Service Mode
Error Display
for ESEC System
The photo above shows an EOC that has been programmed into the Diagnostic Service Mode. The upper
oven control is displaying an F11 error code (Stuck Keypad), The lower oven control is displaying no error
The display window to the right of the F11 code is used to display error messages related to the ESEC
(Electronic Surface Element Control) system found in electric ranges. In gas ranges this window will display
E - - in the diagnostic service mode.
Once it has been determined which failure condition is present follow the troubleshooting steps outlined in the
tech sheet and this service manual to correct that specific condition.
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The Electrolux branded ranges covered in this manual feature the ES630 Electronic Oven Control
(EOC) . This control system is comprised of the Electronic Oven Control Board, Oven Relay Board,
and Power Supply Board. The ES630 control interfaces with the TST (Touch Sensor Technology)
panel to allow the consumer to select the desired function and options.
There are currently two different versions of the TST control panels sometimes referred to as “A” and
“B” versions. Other terms used to refer to the different control styles are: “Wave-Touch™” for the A
model and “ IQ Touch™” for the B model.
All Dual Fuel ranges feature the Wave Touch control panel.
The Wave-Touch™ display panel has a “sleep mode”
that turns off the illuminated control icons on the
touch panel whenever the range is idle for 2 minutes
(Diag A). During this sleep mode only the time of day
will be illuminated in the control panel.
To wake the control simply touch the glass surface.
The touch control keypads will illuminate to allow the
user to program the desired function (Diag B).
In current models the Wave-Touch control is always
used on ranges that feature the “Perfect Pair™ lower
oven”, also referred to as a Mini Oven.
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Diag. B
EOC Troubleshooting and Testing
The Electronic Oven Control system found in the Electrolux freestanding duel fuel ranges uses a
separate oven relay board to power the individual components such as the bake and broil element,
lock motor, lower oven element, etc. This is different from some other styles of electronic oven controls
where the EOC and control relays are integrated in to a single component. The servicer must follow
the troubleshooting and diagnostic information found in this manual and in the product tech sheet to
accurately diagnose any failures and avoid unnecessary parts replacement.
Photo A shows the locations of the EOC Board, Oven Relay Board and Power supply board as seen
from the rear of the range with the rear panel removed. The ribbon connectors to the TST panel can
be seen at the bottom of the EOC circuit board.
EOC Board
Oven Relay Board
Power Supply Board
Photo A
Power Supply Board
The EOC is powered by separate power supply board that is mounted on the rear of the range chassis
to the right of the EOC as seen in photo B.
EOC Board
Power Supply Board
Power Supply Board
Photo B
Incoming voltage to the boards should be approximately 120
VAC at P1. Output voltage should be approximately 8 VDC at
Always test the incoming and outgoing voltage at the power
supply boards when troubleshooting EOC or ESEC control
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Power Supply Board (PS1 or PS2) Test Points
Connector P1 pins 1 & 4 - 120 vac
Connector P2 pins 1 & 5 - 8 vdc
NOTE: All voltages are approximate.
Oven Relay Board
If a component part that is controlled by the EOC fails to operate the cause could be due to a defect in
the EOC, Oven Relay Board, wiring connections , or the non functioning component. Component parts
like elements, fan motors, lock motors, etc. can be tested with a simple continuity check using an ohm
meter. Verify the continuity of the component and the wiring circuit between the component to the relay
board first. Also verify continuity of the wiring harness and connectors between the EOC and Oven
Relay Board.
If the component and wiring connections are good, test the output signal voltage from the EOC to the
Relay board for the particular relay that turns on that component part. When testing the output signal
set your volt meter to read DC voltage. The output signal will be approximately 3.3 volts DCV.
Using the EOC SIGNAL VOLTAGE TEST MATRIX it is possible to determine if the EOC is properly
signaling the relay board to turn on a particular component. If the proper signal is detected but the
relay does not close then the relay board is defective and must be replaced. If the proper signal is not
detected then the EOC is defective and must be replaced.
EOC Signal Voltage Test Matrix (ES630) - Dual Fuel Ranges
Test for 3.3 VDC (+/- .5 volts) between GND on EOC circuit board and the
indicated connector pin when the specified function is activated.
EOC Test Points
Relay Board Test
Connector/Pin #
Lower Oven or Warmer Drawer
P9/Pin 7 → to GND J5/Pin 7
to GND
L2 Out Relay
P11/Pin 4 → to GND
J7/Pin 4
to GND
Broil Relay
P11/Pin 1
J7/Pin 1
to GND
Bake Relay
P11/ Pin 2 → to GND
J7/Pin 2
to GND
Convection Element Relay
P11/Pin 5 → to GND
J7/Pin 5
to GND
Lock Motor Relay
P11/Pin 6 → to GND
J7/Pin 6
to GND
When testing the signal voltage from the EOC the negative (-) lead of the test meter must connect the
GND circuit on the EOC circuit board. The easiest access point to the GND circuit is located just above
the left corner of the P11 connector. (Photo A).
Photo B demonstrates testing the Bake Relay signal voltage by measuring the voltage output between
connector J7 pin #2 (red wire) and the GND circuit on the EOC circuit board on a gas range.
Photo A
Photo B
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The Variable Speed Control (VSC) board operates the Convection Fan as well as the Oven LUXURY™
lighting. In the event that either of these features do not operate properly the VSC board should be
examined as a possible source of failure.
Variable Fan Speed
To achieve optimum cooking results during convection cooking the fan motor speed can be varied.
The EOC will signal the VSC board to speed up or slow down the fan as needed. This speed change
takes place automatically with no action required by the consumer.
The VSC Board is located on the rear of the range
as seen in photo A. The board varies the voltage to
the convection fan motor as directed by the EOC to
alter the motor speed. The speed control signal and
the power supply to operate the VSC board come
from the EOC through a wiring harness connected
between P2 on the EOC and P1 on the VSC board.
This harness must be intact and properly connected
for the VSC board to operate. If the harness is
defective or not properly connected the EOC will
display a fault code F23.
When testing the VSC board the power supply from
the EOC to the board can be verified by measuring
the voltage between pins 1 & 6 (the two outside pins)
on connector P6 of the VSC board. This connector is
not wired in field applications and the pins are easily
accessed to test voltage while the other harness
connectors are in place and power is applied to the
range. Test for approximately 5 volts DC (+/- .5 volt)
on these two pins. If the EOC appears to operate
normally but the voltage to the VSC board is incorrect
or if there is no voltage present inspect and test the
wire harness and connectors between the EOC and
VSC board. If the harness is good then the EOC is
defective and should be replaced.
Photo A
VSC Board
Photo B
Pin 1
Pin 6
If the convection fan motor fails to run test for voltage to the convection fan motor. If no voltage is
present then the failure is either in the VSC board, EOC , or the wiring in between. If there is proper
voltage to the fan motor but it does not run then either the motor windings are open or the motor is
stuck. Test the continuity of the motor windings with an ohm meter. There should be approximately
15 ohms of resistance in the convection fan motor windings. If the windings test good inspect the fan
blade and motor shaft to see if the motor will turn. Adjust the fan blade to eliminate binding or replace
the motor assembly if the motor shaft is seized.
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LUXURY™ Lighting
When the oven door is opened or the LIGHT keypad
on the touch control panel is pressed the interior
oven halogen lights (photo B) come on and brighten
gradually. When turned off they dim gradually
until they are completely off. This feature is also
sometimes referred to as “Ramp Up lighting”.
Photo B
The incremental changing of the oven lights is
controlled by the VSC board. A triac on the board
gradually increases the voltage to the lights over a
2 - 3 second time span until the lights are on at full
If none of the halogen oven lights operate, plug
in the range and open the oven door. Test for
approximately 120 volts AC at pins 1 & 3 of the P2
wire harness connector (brown & white wires) on the
VSC board (photo C).
Always use special care when making live voltage
If the voltage is correct then the failure is caused by
defective bulbs, sockets or wiring connections.
If the voltage is incorrect the problem could be
caused by a defective door switch, VSC board, or
Test the contacts of the oven door switch by
disconnecting the P10 connector on the EOC and
checking for continuity between the grey and pink
wires in the wire harness.
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Photo C
Pin 1
Pin 3
In order to prevent damage to the extendable
telescoping interior oven racks, the EOC will not
perform a self clean cycle until the racks are removed.
A rack sensing switch mounted in the rear of the oven
liner signals to the EOC that the racks have been
removed. (Photo A)
When the oven racks are installed the rear edge of the
rack pushes against a pivoting rod on the rack sensor
assembly causing a cam on the rod to depress the
sensor switch. When the switch is depressed the switch
contacts are open. As long as the switch contacts are
open the EOC will assume that the racks are installed in
the oven.
When the racks have been removed the cam of the
sensor rod releases the pressure on the rack sensing
switch allowing the switch contacts to close.
When the EOC detects that the rack sensing switch
contacts are closed it will allow the self cleaning cycle to
Mtg. screw
Rack Sensing
Rack Sensor
Photo A
If the customer starts a self cleaning cycle without
removing the racks a message on the EOC will
illuminate instructing them to remove the racks.
(Photo B).
If the racks have been properly removed but the EOC
displays the REMOVE RACKS message then the failure
could be caused by defective switch contacts, wiring
harness connections, stuck sensor rod assembly or
defective EOC.
Examine the sensor assembly rod to be sure it can
move freely. Also inspect the metal plunger cover on
the switch to make sure it has not stuck. The sensor rod
assembly can be removed for cleaning and lubricating if
If the sensor switch becomes stiff or hard to depress
the metal cap may need lubrication on the underside at
the contact point of the switch plunger.
Use only an approved , water based graphite lubricant
on the sensor assembly and switch. Part number is
5304468694 and is available through your authorized
parts distributor.
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Mtg. screw
Photo B
To test the rack sense switch contacts remove the rear
wire cover on the range and access the wire harness
connector P10 on the EOC. (Photo A)
Unplug the harness and test for continuity between the
blue & grey wires in the harness. When the racks are
removed there should be less than 1 ohm of resistance
if the switch contacts are closed.
If the switch contacts are closed but the EOC displays
the “REMOVE RACKS” message then the EOC is
Photo A
EOC P10 Connector
If the switch contacts are open then test the switch
through the harness plug on the switch itself. Unplug
the harness connector (Photo B) and test for continuity
between he brown wires of the harness.
If the switch contacts are open replace the switch. If the
switch contacts are closed then the harness from the
switch to the EOC is defective.
Photo B
Rack Switch Harness Connector
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Theory Of Operation
Some models feature a meat probe that is used to monitor the internal temperature of the food during
cooking. The meat probe is a RTD (Resistance Temperature Device) similar to the oven temperature
sensor found in ranges with electronic oven controls. As the temperature of the meat probe increases
the resistance decreases. The E O C monitors this resistance whenever the probe is inserted into the
receptacle and uses this information to determine when the food has reached the target temperature.
Component Parts
The components of the meat probe
feature are: Probe assembly (Fig 1 )
and the receptacle assembly which
includes the wire harness (Fig 2 ).
Fig 2
Fig 1
Possible failures of the meat probe feature are:
• Loose wire or harness connection. • Defective meat probe.
• Defective receptacle and wiring harness.
• Defective Electronic Oven Control.
To troubleshoot the meat probe feature first test the probe itself
by using an ohm meter to measure resistance. Place one of the
meter leads on the very tip of the probe plug and the other lead
on the adjacent short segment as indicated in the photo.
The resistance will vary depending on the actual temperature of
the probe. At a room temperature of 77 degrees the resistance
will measure approximately 46,000 ohms.
Probe Resistance
Test Points
To test the accuracy of the probe place the metal wand end into a container of water that has a
temperature of 120 degrees Fahrenheit and measure the resistance. At 120 degrees the resistance
should be between 17,860 ohms and 19,740 ohms. If the resistance is incorrect replace the probe.
If the probe resistance is correct plug the probe into the receptacle inside the oven and disconnect the
probe harness connector from the E O C connection P 18.
Measure the resistance between the two
Probe Harness
wires in the harness plug. If the resistance is
Connector P 18
approximately equal to the resistance of the
probe then the harness and receptacle circuit
are good.
If the resistance is significantly higher or lower than that of the probe then the receptacle and wiring
harness should be replaced. The receptacle and wiring harness are replaced as an assembly.
If the probe, receptacle and harness are good but the probe feature does not work the failure is in the
E O C and it must be replaced.
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All components and parts of the Oven Door assembly can be serviced or replaced. The door is not
available as a complete assembly. Service procedure is identical for Wave Touch and IQ Touch
To service the door begin by removing the door from
the range. Open the door fully and pull both hinge
locks down until they stop. (Photo A & B)
Photo A
Photo B
Gently close the door until it stops against the hinge
locks at approximately a 45 degree angle. (Photo C)
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Photo C
Make sure you have a firm grasp on the door and
continue closing the door to disengage the hinges
from the receivers. (Photo A)
Photo A
When the door is about 4 inches away from being
completely closed it can be lifted off the range.
(Photo B)
Photo B
To reinstall the door reverse the previous steps. Use your knee to stabilize and help guide the hinge
arms into the receiver slots in the frame. Once the door is secure in the frame open it fully and close
the hinge locks back in to their normal position.
Door Disassembly
To service or replace the door components remove
the door as previously described and place the door
on a protected work surface with the handle side
Begin disassembly by removing the two screws
at the top of the porcelain door liner (Photo C),
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Photo C
Carefully turn the door over so that the handle side
is facing up. Remove the four screws located along
the bottom edge of the door. (Photo A )
Lift off the outer glass panel with door handle and
top trim cap attached.
Photo A
To remove and replace the door handle or top trim
cap remove the two screws on the back side of the
trim cap that secure the cap and door handle to the
door panel outer glass . (Photo B)
Photo B
The outer door panel is replaced as an assembly
which includes the metal frame with outer glass, foil
tape and name badge already attached.
If the foil tape is not already attached install it around
the window opening as seen in Photo C.
Photo C
With the outer door panel remove the door filler trims
can be removed by taking out the two screws found in
each trim. (Photo D)
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Photo D
Remove the air wash glass and mounting brackets by
removing the four screws that secure the brackets to
the porcelain door liner. (Photo A)
NOTE: The mounting brackets may be attached to the top
or the sides of the airwash glass depending on model.
Photo A
To remove the door hinge remove two hinge
mounting screws from the outside of the porcelain
door liner and pull the hinge out from the back.
(Photo B)
Photo B
The hinges used in different models have the same
general appearance so to help identify the hinge a
color stripe is painted onto the spring. (Photo C)
When replacing the hinge make sure that the spring
color matches the color stated in the parts description
from the part list.
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Photo C
7316508700 Hinge Assembly, door, blue
Remove the wool shield by taking out the remaining
four screws securing the shield to the door liner.
(Photo A).
Photo A
When reinstalling the wool shield be sure that
the bottom edge of the shield is nested under the
upturned edge of the porcelain door liner. Photo (B)
Photo B
Carefully lift out the four pieces of insulation
surrounding the window cutout. When reinstalling the
insulation take care to tuck the insulation under the
screw brackets on the porcelain liner. (Photo C)
Photo C
Lift out the two inner door glass panes and their
spacer leaving only the porcelain door liner with door
gasket still attached.
The gasket is secured to the liner by spring clips
that can be pulled out from the opposite side. Make
sure to re-insert the loose ends of the gasket into
the holes at the bottom of the door liner before
reinstalling the inner door glass panes or insulation.
(Photo D)
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Photo C
Cooktop Removal - Dual Fuel Models
To remove the cooktop for service first
remove the grates and burner caps as seen
in photo A.
Photo A
Lift the right front burner off the cooktop and
place it aside. The remaining burners are
secured to the top with a single screw in each
burner. (Photo B). Use a #1 square drive bit
to remove these mounting screws at each
burner orifice assembly.
Lift off the four remaining burners and place
them aside.
Photo B
The burner orifice holder assemblies are
secured to the top by one screw in each
assembly with the exception of the right front
orifice holder which has four screws.
(Photo C)
Use a #1 square drive bit to remove these
mounting screws at each orifice holder
Photo C
Left Front
Right Front
When reinstalling the burner caps on Wave Touch model gas ranges you must align the grooves on
the underside of the cap with the vanes on the burner. (Photo D)
Photo E
Photo D
The cap can must be
properly aligned in order to
be fully seated. (Photo E)
The right front dual burner
and cap do not have
alignment vanes or slots.
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Cooktop Removal - Dual Fuel Models
Insert a putty knife or similar tool between
the main top and manifold panel near the
outside of the front corner. Push the putty
knife toward the rear to release the maintop
mounting clip (Photo A). Repeat for both
Photo A
When the mounting clips are released the
front edge of the cooktop can be lifted
upward. (Photo B)
Photo B
Make sure that the orifice assemblies and ceramic ignitors do
not bind in the cutouts in the cooktop when raising the top to
remove it from the range. (Photo C)
Photo C
Lift the front of the cooktop and pull forward to disengage the back edge from the rear hinge brackets
on each side of the range. The cooktop can then be lifted clear of the range. (Photo D)
Photo D
Rear Hinge Bracket
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Orifice Holders
Once the cooktop has been removed the
individual orifice holder assemblies are
accessible for service. (Photo A)
Photo A
Orifice Holder
Each orifice holder assembly is connected to
the burner valve by a compression fitting on
the end of the gas supply line. (Photo B)
The supply line is part of the orifice holder
assembly. Use care when removing and
installing the compression fitting onto the
burner valve.
Photo B
When disconnecting the ignitor wire from
the ceramic ignitor on the orifice holder you
must depress the locking tab in order for the
terminal connector to release.
Photo C
Depress Tab
To Release
Removing Manifold Panel
Remove the four mounting screws indicated in
photo D on the underside of the manifold panel.
Remove the burner valve control knobs by pulling
them straight forward off the valve shafts.
Next remove the ¼” hex head screws securing
each of the main top mounting clips. Remove the
1/4” hex head screw in the center of the manifold
panel and remove the panel from the range.
(Photo E)
With the manifold panel removed the surface
burner ignitor switches and harness are
accessible. The wire harness and switches are
replaced as a complete assembly.
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Photo D
Remove Three
Photo E
Replacing Ignitor Switches and Harness
To remove the switches and harness from the
burner valves loosen the wire twist ties that
Twist Ties
secure the wire harness to the manifold pipe.
(Photo A)
Photo A
Burner Ignitor Switches and
Pull forward to unsnap the switch housing from
the valve. (Photo B).
Photo B
When replacing the switches make sure that the
switches snap securely and lock to the valve
body. The slack in the wire harness should lay
under the manifold tube and secure with the wire
twist ties as shown in the photo.
Replacing Surface Burner Valves
Disconnect the compression nut that secures the
orifice holder assembly gas line to the valve.
Remove the valve mounting screw from the top
side of the manifold tube. The valve can now be
pulled out of the manifold tube from the bottom.
IMPORTANT NOTE: When reinstalling the
burner valve always insure that the washer on
the burner screw and valve body is undamaged
and properly positioned
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Burner Valve
& Screw
UPPER OVEN Components
Luxury Glide Oven Rack Removal & Maintenance
Using your thumbs push both plungers in at the
same time to unlock the rack. (Photo B).
Pull the rack assembly forward to remove it
from the oven.
To remove and replace the Luxury Glide oven
racks open the oven door completely. Locate
the spring loaded plunger below the rack
bearing channel on each side of the rack.
(Photo A).
Photo B
Photo A
The Luxury Glide Oven Racks have no serviceable parts and should be replaced as a complete
assembly if defective. The ball bearing glide assemblies on the oven racks should be lubricated
annually or more often as needed. Use only the approved water based graphite lubricant.
NEVER use grease or oil of any kind to lubricate the racks or bearings. Approved lubricant is available
through your authorized Electrolux parts supplier under part number 5304468694. This lubricant
should also be used on the rack switch sensor rod assembly
To lubricate the bearings remove the racks as
described in the owners manual. Place the rack on
a protected work surface and slide the rack to the
fully extended position to expose the ball bearing
assembly inside the track. Using the dispenser tip
of the lubricant bottle place a few drops of lubricant
on the top and bottom bearing carriers in the areas
indicated by the arrows in photo C. The lubricant will
be spread to all of the ball bearings as the rack is
operated. Use the lubricant sparingly, a few drops is
all that is necessary.
Lubricate Here
Photo C
Repeat this process for each bearing assembly. There are two bearing assemblies on each side of the
rack, one on the inside as seen in the photo and one on the outside. Also lubricate the rack release
plunger mechanism at all friction points as needed.
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Rack Sensor Assembly Removal & Maintenance
The pivot points of the oven rack sensor assembly
should be lubricated annually or more often as
Use only the approved water based graphite
lubricant available through authorized Electrolux
parts dealers. NEVER use grease or oil of any
kind to lubricate the rack sensor assembly.
To lubricate the assembly remove all oven racks
from the inside of the oven. Use the dispenser
tip of the lubricant bottle to place a few drops of
lubricant at the pivot points of the rack sensor
assembly bar. (Photo A)
Use the lubricant sparingly, a few drops is all that
is necessary.
Photo A
To remove the rack sensor assembly begin by taking
out the two screws in the top mounting bracket and
lifting the bracket and sensor assembly rod out of the
lower bracket. (Photo B). The lower bracket can now
be removed if necessary.
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Photo B
Mtg. screws
UPPER OVEN Components
Bake Element
To remove and replace the bake element remove the
oven door and all interior oven racks. Remove the
rack sensor assembly by taking out the two screws in
the top mounting bracket and lifting the bracket and
sensor assembly rod out of the lower bracket. (Photo
Remove the two screws that secure the convection
fan cover to the rear of the oven wall and remove the
cover. Remove the two screws at the rear corners of
the oven bottom panel. (Photo B)
Using your finger tips press down on the front edge
of the oven bottom to cause it to lift upward in the
rear of the oven cavity. (Photo C).
Lift the rear of the oven bottom upward and slide
it toward the rear oven wall to disengage the front
edge from the chassis. Remove the oven bottom.
(Photo D)
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Photo A
Mtg. screws
Photo B
Photo C
Photo D
Bake Element
The bake element is eight pass, 240 volts, 3000
watts. It is secured to the oven liner by the four
screws indicated by the arrows in Photo A.
Photo A
Before removing the bake element disconnect the
element wires which can be accessed by removing
the lower rear shield on the back of the range.
(Photo B)
Photo B
Bake Element
Broil Element
The broil element is eight pass, 240 volts, 4000
watts. It is secured to the oven liner by the six screws
indicated by the arrows in Photo C.
Before removing the broil element disconnect the
element wires which can be accessed by removing
the lower rear shield on the back of the range.
(Photo D)
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Photo C
Photo D
Broil Element
Convection Fan Blade and Element Replacement
The Convection Fan Blade and Element are concealed by the fan cover. Remove the cover as
described on page 33.
The Blade can be removed by using a 13mm
The convection element is a single pass, 120
socket wrench to remove the blade retaining nut. volts, 350 watts. It is secured to the oven liner by
The nut has left hand threads so to remove the nut the two screws indicated by the arrows in Photo B.
turn the wrench in a clockwise direction. (Photo A)
Photo B
Photo A
Turn Nut Clockwise
To Remove
Before removing the convection element
disconnect the element wires which can be
accessed by removing the lower rear shield on the
back of the range. (Photo C)
Photo C
Rack Sensing Switch Replacement
The rack sensing switch is installed into a cutout in the
oven liner rear wall. (Photo D)
To replace the switch first turn off the power to the
range and remove the lower back cover panel.
Unplug the harness connector (Photo E) and tie a 36
inch length of strong string or cord to the end of the
connector that is attached to the switch. Secure the
other end of the string so that it can not pull all the way
From inside the oven remove the rack sensor assembly
by taking out the two screws at the top and bottom of
the assembly. (Page 32 - Photo B).
Depress the tabs on the switch (Photo D) to release it
from the cutout and carefully pull the switch with the
attached wire harness inside the oven cavity.
Attach the string to the new switch harness and
carefully pull the harness back through the oven liner
and insulation .
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Photo D
Rack Switch
Harness Connector
Photo E
Halogen Oven Lights
Each light assembly houses a replaceable 40 watt
bulb behind the clear lens.
To remove the lens use a thin bladed screwdriver or
putty knife to gently pry the lens out. Take care not to
damage the finish of the oven wall. (Photo A)
With the lens removed the bulb can be accessed.
Remove the bulb by pulling it out of the porcelain
base in the direction shown by the arrow in photo B.
Use only the correct replacement bulb.
Please note: do not allow your fingers to touch the
new bulb when replacing. This will shorten the life
of the new bulb. Use a paper towel to cover the new
bulbwhen installing.
Photo A
Photo B
Pull Bulb To
If the socket or harness are defective the complete
assembly with attached harness, bulb and lens must
be replaced. The light assembly is installed from the
inside of the oven cavity.
When removing the old assembly it is recommended
to tie a string to the end of the harness plug as the
assembly is being removed. This string can then
be used to fish the wire harness of the replacement
assembly through the oven cavity liner and inner
Always orient the assembly with the wire harness
towards the center of the oven. (Photo C)
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Toward Oven
Photo C
Replacing Lower Oven Element
Remove Drawer
1. Before drawer removal, be sure to turn OFF the
lower oven and let the drawer area cool completely.
2. Open the drawer to the fully open position. Using
a phillips-head screwdriver remove the two drawer
screws from the insides of the front oven drawer
compartment (See Fig. 1).
3. With one hand hold the drawer front in place.
Use your other hand to pull the glide away from the
oven (See Fig. 2) until the glide hook
disengages (See Fig. 3 & Fig. 4).
4. Repeat from step 3 above for the other side of
the drawer.
5. With both glide hooks disengaged, carefully
lift the drawer up and away from the oven. Push
both drawer glides into lower oven cavity.
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
Fig. 4
Glide Hook Disengaged
Glide Hook Engaged
Remove Screw
Photo A
From the rear of the range remove cover plate just
to the right of the regulator by taking out the screw
at the top of the plate. (Photo A)
Lift the plate upward to remove.
With the cover plate removed the wire harness terminal connectors to the lower oven heating
element and lower oven light socket are accessible.
( Photo B)
Unplug the element harness connectors.
With the drawer removed and the element wire
harness disconnected remove the seven screws
that secure the element to the base and remove
the element by pulling forward. ( Photo C )
To remove the mounting screws a short / stubby
¼” nut driver or # 1 square drive screwdriver is
Use caution when working in this area.
There are sharp edges on the element
brackets and other areas. Protective clothing and / or gloves are recommended.
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Photo B
Lower Oven
Element Harness
Photo C
Replacing Lower Oven Temperature Probe
To remove and replace the lower oven temperature
probe remove the access cover plate located at the
right rear of the range when viewed from behind.
(Photo A)
Photo A
Take out the cover plate mounting screw and remove
the cover.
Once the cover plate is removed the lower oven
temperature probe connector can be disconnected
from the harness connector on the right side of the
opening. (Photo B)
Photo B
Lower Oven Temp Probe
Harness Connector
Unplug the lower oven temperature probe connector
and remove the two screws that mount the probe to
the rear of the lower oven chassis. (Photo C)
The probe can now be pulled out of the chassis.
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Photo C
Cover Plate
Mounting Screw
Replacing Lower Oven Thermal Cutout
The lower oven thermal cutout is located behind the
access cover plate located at the lower portion of the
chassis near the center of the range when viewed
from behind. (Photo A)
Take out the four cover plate mounting screws and
remove the cover.
Once the cover plate is removed the lower oven
thermal cutout and harness connections are
accessible. (Photo B)
To remove the cutout, unplug the harness
connections and remove the two mounting screws.
Photo A
Cover Plate
Mounting Screws
Photo B
Thermal Cutout
Mounting Screws
Replacing Drawer Glide Rails
The lower oven drawer glide rails (Fig. 1) clip into
the side wall of the lower oven cavity and are secured by one screw in each rail.
Fig. 1
The mounting screw is accessed through a hole in
the glide rail outer track. (Fig. 2) .
Fig. 2
Once the mounting screw is removed extend the outer track of the glide rail until it stops. Pull forward
firmly until the hooks on the back of the rail disengage from the slots in the oven cavity side wall.
( Fig. 3 & 4 )
Fig. 3
Fig. 4
Pull Forward
Glide Rail Hooks
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Replacing Drawer Seal
The rubber drawer seal is secured to the drawer liner by metal
spring clips that are integral to the seal. To remove the seal grasp
securely at the clip and pull away from the liner. Replace by
positioning the point of the clip into the hole and pressing in until
the clip locks into place.
Lower Oven Chassis
The lower oven chassis can be removed as
an entire assembly. Begin by removing the
temperature probe harness cover plate as
described on page 38.
Unplug the lower oven temperature probe harness
connector and the lower oven wiring harness
connector. (Photo A)
Remove the drawer per instructions on page 37.
Spring Clip
Photo A
Lower Oven Wiring
Harness Connector
Lower Oven Temp Probe
Harness Connector
Using a ¼” nut driver with magnetic screw holder
remove the two screws securing the lower oven
chassis to the range chassis.
These screws are accessed through the holes in
the lower oven cavity liner just below the drawer
glide rail. (Photo B).
Screw Access
Photo B
The lower oven chassis can now be pulled
forward and removed from the range. (Photo C).
With the lower oven chassis removed the
insulation and chassis panels can be serviced.
NOTE: The lower oven chassis is not available
as a complete replacement assembly.
Lower Oven
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Photo C
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