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Whirlpool 465 User Manual. CONSUMER SERVICES TECHNICAL EDUCATION GROUP PRESENTS SUPER CAPACITY 465 FREESTANDING GAS & ELECTRIC RANGES JOB AID Part No. 4322089. FORWARD This Job Aid will introduce the technician to the Whirlpool Ranges. This Job Aid is a reference guide for the experienced technician. It is not designed as a replacement to basic training. This Job Aid does not replace the Service Manual or the Use and Care Guide.
Page 3: Table Of Contents. Table of Contents Five Key Benefits & Features. Page 2 Warning Labels. Page 3 Model & Serial Number Location. Page 4 Serial Number Description. Page 4 Gas Range Model Number. Page 5 Electric Range Model Number.
Page 5 Models With Electronic Controls. Page 4: Five Key Benefits & Features. FIVE KEY BENEFITS & FEATURES The Largest Oven Capacity In The Industry a) The Super Capacity 465™ Range offers more oven space than any other range in the industry— 4.
65 cubic feet. b) Large meals are never a problem with the spacious capacity. Page 5: Warning Labels. WARNING LABELS This manual is intended for factory-service technicians only.
We recommend that customers DO NOT service their own units, because of the complexity and risk of high-voltage electrical shock. The following information is used throughout this manual, and should be read carefully. - 3 -. Page 6: Model & Serial Number Location, Serial Number Description. MODEL & SERIAL NUMBER LOCATION The Model/Serial Number Plate is located behind the broiler/storage drawer. Model/Serial Plate SERIAL NUMBER DESCRIPTION The serial number can be decoded by using the following example: SERIAL NUMBER: RF 36 50001 R = Manufacturing Location (Tulsa, OK) F = Year of Manufacture (1996) 36 = Week of Production (36th week) 50001 = Sequence of Range. Page 7: Gas Range Model Number, Electric Range Model Number.
GAS RANGE MODEL NUMBER MODEL NUMBER = S = GAS F = FREESTANDING 3 = 30" RANGE 0-2 = STANDARD CLEAN 4-9 = SELF-CLEAN 2 = OPEN BURNER 4 = OPEN BURNER 5 = SEALED BURNER B = GLASS DOOR L = LARGE WINDOW P = OPEN BURNER O = STEEL DOOR. Page 8: Models With Electronic Controls. EZ-300 ** Self-Clean Model The following chart shows the electric range models with electronic controls: OVEN CONTROL K.
EZ-100 EZ-150 EZ-200 EZ-300 ** Self-Clean Model Gas Ranges WHIRLPOOL ROPER SF350BEE** FGS335E** SF360BEE** SF315PEE SF372BEE** SF375BEE** SF325PEE SF385PEE** SF395LEE** Electric Ranges. Page 9: Oven Controls. The Super Capacity 465 ranges use one of the following five electronic controls: K. Single-Knob Control (Knob With Electronic Thermostat) This oven control includes: Bake Temperature settings with Broil and Clean, Oven On, Oven Heating, & Door Locked/Cleaning indicators (TURN OFF OVEN WHEN FLASHING).
Adds an Illuminated Vacuum Fluorescent Display, AccuBake Tempera- ture Management System, Separate Time/Temp Displays, and Inte- grated Light Touch Pad. SELF-CLEANING OVEN CUSTOM AUTO BAKE BROIL CLEAN Adds Delay Cook and Off functions. HEAT DELAY SELF-CLEANING OVEN TIMED CUSTOM AUTO BAKE BROIL CLEAN. Page 11: Using The Oven Controls. USING THE OVEN CONTROLS To set the various oven control functions, use the following procedures: CHILD LOCKOUT • Press and hold START for 5 seconds. TEMPERATURE ADJUSTMENT • Press and hold BAKE for 4 seconds. • Press TEMP UP or DOWN arrow.
•. Page 12: Accusimmerв„ў Burner, The Venturi System. ACCUSIMMER™ BURNER The AccuSimmer™ (right rear) burner is designed to provide 550 B. s for precise, low-heat cooking. THE VENTURI SYSTEM The exclusive sealed gas venturi burners provide precise, even flame control so that each burner stays lit, even under sudden draft conditions.
Airflow to the front and rear burners is adjusted at the front of the venturi by prying the slots open or closed, or by rotating the air shutters. Page 13: Gas Range Component Locations.
GAS RANGE COMPONENT LOCATIONS Conventional Burners CONSOLE IGNITOR MODULE BURNER IGNITOR CONVENTIONAL BURNER BROIL BURNER & IGNITOR DOOR LATCH GAS VALVE & SPARK IGNITOR SWITCH PRESSURE REGULATOR BAKE BURNER & IGNITOR Sealed Burners SEALED BURNER & BURNER IGNITOR VENTURI OVEN CONTROL MANUAL OVEN LIGHT SWITCH LATCH SENSING. Page 14: Oven Door Removal. OVEN DOOR REMOVAL The procedure for removing the oven door is the same for both gas and electric ranges. The door removal is different from previous ranges. To remove the door: Open the door half way and install a nail or a screw into the hinge hanger holes on both sides of the door.
Page 15: Removing A Maintop. REMOVING A MAINTOP Push the front of the maintop to the left and lift the left corner, then unclip and lift the other corner, and raise the front of the maintop. PUSH TO SIDE AND LIFT TO UNCLIP Slide the maintop to the right and remove the left hinge pin from the hinge bracket, then free the right hinge pin from its bracket, and remove the maintop. Page 16: L.
Conversion, Orifice Specifications. L.
Conversion Kits will be shipped with the product. Kits include four top burner orifice spuds. The kit numbers are as follows: Kit #3196473—Sealed Burner Models • (2) #65 spuds–8500 B. (brass) • (1) #68 spud–6500 B.
(black) • (1).
7 mm spud–5500 B.
(nickel) Kit #3196471—Open Burner Models •. L. CONVERSION Turn the orifice hoods on the oven burner(s) down 2-1/2 - turns. L. GAS: DECREASES GAS AND FLAME SIZE IN THIS DIRECTION Reverse the regulator cap so that LP faces up.
Regulator HOOD Natural Gas L. Gas WASHER L.
Page 18: Oven Door Lock System. OVEN DOOR LOCK SYSTEM The oven door lock system uses a solenoid-activated, push-push mechanism. The oven door will lock as soon as it is closed and the CLEAN function is programmed into the Electronic Oven Control (EOC).
When the solenoid is activated, the plunger extends, and the actuator rod moves the latch to lock the door. Page 19: Ignition System Operation. IGNITION SYSTEM OPERATION AMPS = VOLTAGE DIVIDED BY RESISTANCE A cold ignitor has a high resistance.
When the oven control relay closes— OVEN CONTROL RELAY Current flows through the ignitor and the bimetal coil. OVEN CONTROL RELAY High ignitor resistance causes low current flow through the bimetal coil. As the ignitor heats up, its resistance decreases. Lower ignitor resistance increases the current flow through the bimetal coil. When the ignitor is fully heated, its resistance is low. Low resistance causes maximum current to flow through the bimetal coil (2. 5 to 3.
6 amps). OVEN CONTROL RELAY As the bimetal coil heats, it heats the bimetal arm inside the gas safety valve. CURRENT FLOW (IGNITOR. The gas at the burner is lit by the hot ignitor and a flame is produced. BURNER FLAME BURNER IGNITOR GAS VALVE When the oven reaches its selected temperature, the oven control relay opens, and power is removed from the circuit. With no voltage applied, the ignitor and bimetal coil start to cool. OVEN CONTROL BIMETAL RELAY.
Page 22: Typical Gas Range Wiring Diagram. TYPICAL GAS RANGE WIRING DIAGRAM K. EZ-100 & EZ-150 Controls TIMER (IF EQUIPPED) OVEN CONTROL OVEN TEMP SENSOR P1-6 P1-7 P3-1 P2-1 SURFACE BURNER IGNITOR SWITCHES MANUAL OVEN LIGHT SWITCH (IF EQUIPPED) P1-1 DOOR LIGHT SW.
P1-5 TRANSFORMER P1-3 LATCH SOLENOID LATCH SOLENOID RELAY. Page 23: Gas Range Strip Circuits. GAS RANGE STRIP CIRCUITS K.
EZ-100 & EZ-150 Controls OVEN CONTROL BROIL RELAY P3-1 P3-4 BAKE CIRCUIT OVEN CONTROL BROIL RELAY P3-1 P3-2 BROIL CIRCUIT OVEN CONTROL BROIL RELAY BAKE IGNITOR P3-1 P3-4 LATCH RELAY* (N. ) * PULSE 1 SECOND SELF-CLEAN CIRCUIT BAKE VALVE BAKE IGNITOR.
Page 24: The Oven Temperature Sensor. OVEN DOOR LOCK SYSTEM Voltage is supplied to the control transformer whenever the range is plugged in. Current flows from L1, through the transformer, to the neutral side of the line. When voltage is supplied to the EOCs Latch Solenoid Relay, current flows through the Latch Solenoid, to the neutral side of the line. OVEN CONTROL BROIL RELAY P3-1. ELECTRIC RANGE COMPONENT SURFACE ELEMENT CONTROL OVEN TEMP SENSOR* THERMO-BULB** SURFACE ELEMENT (CERAN GLASS MAINTOP) BROIL ELEMENT OPEN COIL ELEMENT HOT SURFACE INDICATOR (CERAN GLASS MAINTOP) • For a description and test procedure for the Oven Temperature Sensor, refer to the previous page. LOCATIONS ELECTRONIC OVEN CONTROL.
Page 26: Accubakeв„ў Temperature Management System. OVEN THERMAL FUSE The oven thermal fuse is located on the back of the range. A thermal fuse is used on electric models with EZ-200 and EZ-300 oven controls. BROIL ELEMENT TERMINALS ACCUBAKE™ TEMPERATURE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM The AccuBake™ Temperature Management System provides better baking results. Both the Bake and Broil elements can cycle independently or together to maintain more even temperatures.
Page 27: Electric Range Wiring Diagram. ELECTRIC RANGE WIRING DIAGRAM EZ-200 & EZ-300 Oven Controls P4-3 P3-3 DOOR P3-4 OVEN TEMP SENSOR P3-6 P3-7 P2-2 P2-3 OR P6 P3-5 2600 W 22Ω SURFACE INDICATOR LIGHT OVEN CONTROL OVEN LIGHT P4-1 TRANSFORMER P4-4 OVEN LIGHT RELAY DOOR LOCK SOLENOID P4-5 LATCH SOLENOID.
Page 28: Electric Range Strip Circuits. ELECTRIC RANGE STRIP CIRCUITS EZ-200 & EZ-300 Oven Controls OVEN CONTROL BROIL RELAY P2-2 BAKE RELAY P2-3 OR P6 OVEN CONTROL BROIL RELAY P2-2 OVEN CONTROL TRANSFORMER P4-1 DOOR LATCH SOLENOID LATCH RELAY P4-5 P2-2 P2-3 OR P6 P3-1 P3-3 P3-6 BROIL ELEMENT BU-W. Page 29: Confirmation Of Understanding. CONFIRMATION OF UNDERSTANDING The oven door lock mechanism is a a) push-push design.
b) push-pull design. c) dual-solenoid design. d) manually operated design. The oven door is removed by a) loosening the two screws at the inner door panel and lifting up. b) removing the oven side panel and loosening the retaining brackets. The sealed gas burner venturi can be adjusted by a) loosening the screw at the slide cover and turning the cover to the desired setting.
b) prying the venturi slot open with a flat-bladed screwdriver. c) replacing the venturi assembly with an L. venturi assembly. d) Sealed gas burners do not have venturi adjustments.
C. Pickup and delivery. Your range is designed to be repaired in the home. D.
Damage to your range caused by accident, misuse, fire, flood, acts of God, or use of products not approved by Whirlpool. E. Repairs to parts or systems caused by unauthorized modifications made to the appliance.