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Electrolux CEI30EF5GS Service Manual

Ew30ef65g series; ei30ef55g series; cew30ef6g series; cei30ef5g series
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Publication # 5995521555
August 2008
, EI30EF55G
IQ Touch™
PN / 316439223



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  • Page 1 FREESTANDING ELECTRIC RANGE PRODUCT SERVICE MANUAL MODELS - EW30EF65G , EI30EF55G CEW30EF6G , CEI30EF5G Wave-Touch™ IQ Touch™ EW30EF65 EI30EF565 Publication # 5995521555 PN / 316439223 August 2008...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    ERROR CODES - IQ Touch Models ....19 CEW30EF6GB CEI30EF5GB ELECTRONIC OVEN CONTROL (ES 630) ... 20 CEW30EF6GS CEI30EF5GS EOC Troubleshooting and Testing ...... 21 POWER SUPPLy BOARDS ........23 VARIABLE SPEED CONTROL ......24 Variable Fan Speed ..........24 NOTE: LUXURY™...
  • Page 3: Safe Servicing Practices

    SAFE SERVICING PRACTICES - 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.
  • Page 4: Service Tips - Develop Good Work Habits

    SERVICE TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT 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.
  • Page 5: Range Technical Data

    RANGE TECHNICAL DATA RANGE TECHNICAL DATA 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. SURFACE TEMPERATURE LIMITS MATERIAL TyPE / FINISH PAINTED...
  • Page 6: Oven Relay Board Circuit Analysis Matrix (Es 610/615)

    RANGE TECHNICAL DATA ES 610/615 Oven Relay Board Circuit Analysis Matrix P4 (R) P6 (BK) P6 (BK) P6 (BK) J4/3 (BK) J4/3 (BK) Relay Contacts P2 (O) P10 (Y) P8 (BL) P12 (Y/BK) J4/5 (V) J4/6 (BR) L2 Out Bake Broil Lower Oven Convection...
  • Page 7: Variable Speed Control Board

    Variable Speed Control Board VSC Test Points. RELAY CONTACTS Connector P6 pins 1 & 6 - 5 vdc P2/5 (BK) P2/5 (BK) Connector P2 Pins 3 & 5 - 120 vac P2/1 (Tan) P2/7 (Pink) Oven Lamps OPERATION Convection Fan Mtr. X = Contact Closed NOTE: All voltages are approximate.
  • Page 8: Electronic Oven Control Failure/Fault Codes (Es630)

    RANGE TECHNICAL DATA ELECTRONIC OVEN CONTROL FAILURE/FAULT CODES (ES630) 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.
  • Page 9: Electronic Surface Element Control (Esec 30) Troubleshooting Guide

    RANGE TECHNICAL DATA ELECTRONIC SURFACE ELEMENT CONTROL (ESEC 30) TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE - Wave Touch Models - 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.
  • Page 10: Iq Touch Models

    RANGE TECHNICAL DATA ELECTRONIC SURFACE ELEMENT CONTROL (ESEC 30) TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE - IQ Touch Models - 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.
  • Page 11: Wiring Diagram - Electric Wave Touch Models With Lower Oven

    Wiring Diagram - electric Wave Touch Models with Lower oven Page 11...
  • Page 12: Schematic Diagram - Electric Wavetouch Models With Lower Oven

    Schematic Diagram - electric WaveTouch Models with Lower oven Page 12...
  • Page 13: Wiring Diagram - Electric Iq Touch Models With Warming Drawer

    Wiring Diagram - electric iQ Touch Models with Warming Drawer Page 13...
  • Page 14: Schematic Diagram - Electric Iq Touch Models With Warming Drawer

    Schematic Diagram - electric iQ Touch Models with Warming Drawer Page 14...
  • Page 15: Product Overview

    PRODUCT OVERVIEW Electrolux branded freestanding electric ranges are currently available in two distinct model series. The Wave Touch series and IQ Touch series. Both designs feature a smooth ceramic glass cooktop with electronic surface element controls, self cleaning main oven with hidden bake element, convection and normal bake modes in the main oven, variable speed convection fan motor, Luxury Glide oven racks, Dual halogen oven lights, and meat probe.
  • Page 16: Touch Sensor Technology (Tst) Control System

    TOUCH SENSOR TECHNOLOGy (TST) CONTROL SySTEM The TST system utilizes a touch sensitive glass panel (photo A) to allow the user to control the upper and lower ovens, warmer drawer and cooktop surface elements including the cooktop Warmer Zone element. The TST panel is connected to the electronic oven control (EOC) and the electronic surface element control (ESEC) system UIB (user interface board) via ribbon connectors.
  • Page 17: Diagnostic Service Mode

    Diagnostic Service Mode When an error or failure occurs in the Electronic Oven Control (EOC) system, or the Electronic Surface Element Control (ESEC) system, the control panel will usually produce an audible beep accompanied by a special display to indicate that there is a failure condition. The manner in which ESEC failures are displayed will vary greatly between the Wave Touch models and the IQ touch models due to the different styles of control panels.
  • Page 18: Electronic Surface Element Control System (Esec 30)

    ELECTRONIC SURFACE ELEMENT CONTROL SySTEM (ESEC 30) The ESEC 30 Electronic Surface Element Control System operates the radiant surface elements and warming zone element. The ESEC 30 UIB receives the operator selection from the TST panel and signals the ESEC 20 Surface Unit Control Board (relay board) which then closes the appropriate relay to turn on the desired element.
  • Page 19: Error Codes - Iq Touch Models

    ERROR CODES - IQ Touch Models When a failure occurs in the ESEC system the control will beep and half of the power level indicator segments for the surface elements will flash in various combinations to indicate which error has occurred. (Fig. 1) The troubleshooting guide provides a listing of the likely failure condition or cause, as well as suggested corrective actions to be taken.
  • Page 20: Features

    ELECTRONIC OVEN CONTROL (ES630) 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 EOC interfaces with the TST (Touch Sensor Technology) panel to allow the consumer to select the desired function and options.
  • Page 21: Eoc Troubleshooting And Testing

    ELECTRONIC OVEN CONTROL (ES630) EOC Troubleshooting and Testing The Electronic Oven Control system found in the Electrolux freestanding electric ranges uses a separate oven relay board to power the individual components such as the bake and broil elements, lock motor, warmer drawer or 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.
  • Page 22 ELECTRONIC OVEN CONTROL (ES630) 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 such as elements, fan motors, lock motors, etc.
  • Page 23: Power Supply Boards

    POWER SUPPLy BOARDS The EOC and ESEC system are powered by separate power supply boards that are mounted on the rear of the range chassis just below the EOC as seen in photo A. The two Power Supply Boards are identical however one board is designated as PS 1 and the other is PS 2 on the wiring diagram.
  • Page 24: Variable Speed Control

    VARIABLE SPEED CONTROL 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. When testing for convection fan operation it should be noted that on gas ranges there is a six minute delay from the start of the convection cooking cycle until the fan motor will run.
  • Page 25: Luxury™ Lighting

    LUxURy™ Lighting When the oven door is opened or the LIGHT keypad Photo A on the touch control panel is pressed the interior oven halogen lights (photo A) 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”.
  • Page 26: Rack Sensing Switch

    RACK SENSING SWITCH In order to prevent damage to the extendable telescoping interior oven racks, the EOC will not Mtg. screw 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.
  • Page 27 RACK SENSING SWITCH To test the rack sense switch contacts remove the rear Photo A 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 &...
  • Page 28: Meat Probe Feature

    MEAT PROBE FEATURE 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.
  • Page 29: Component Access And Replacement

    COOKTOP & ELEMENTS The procedure for servicing the smooth glass cooktop Photo A and surface elements is similar to other Electrolux manufactured ranges. The front of the cooktop can be lifted by removing the screws that secure it to the range chassis.
  • Page 30: Surface Element Replacement

    Surface Element Replacement . Before removing the element be sure to note Carefully remove the wires from the element. the locations of the element mounting clips in the Take note of the terminal identification on the support channel slot. The replacement element must element terminal block for each wire connection.
  • Page 31: Oven Door

    OVEN DOOR Door Removal All components and parts of the Oven Door assembly can be serviced or replaced. The door is not available as a complete assembly. Photo A Photo B To service the door begin by removing the door from the range.
  • Page 32: Door Disassembly

    Door Disassembly To service or replace the door components remove Photo A the door as previously described and place the door on a protected work surface with the handle side down. REMOVE SCREWS Begin disassembly by removing the two screws at the top of the porcelain door liner (Photo A), Carefully turn the door over so that the handle side Photo B...
  • Page 33 Door Disassembly With the outer door panel remove the door filler trims REMOVE SCREWS Photo A can be removed by taking out the two screws found in each trim. (Photo A) Remove the air wash glass and mounting brackets by Photo B removing the four screws that secure the brackets to the porcelain door liner.
  • Page 34 Door Disassembly Remove the wool shield by taking out the remaining Photo A four screws securing the shield to the door liner. (Photo A). REMOVE SCREWS When reinstalling the wool shield be sure that WOOL SHIELD Photo B the bottom edge of the shield is nested under the upturned edge of the porcelain door liner.
  • Page 35: Upper Oven Components

    UPPER OVEN COMPONENTS Bake Element To remove and replace the bake element remove the Photo A oven door and all interior oven racks. Remove the rack sensor assembly by taking out the two screws Mtg. screws in the top mounting bracket and lifting the bracket and sensor assembly rod out of the lower bracket.
  • Page 36: Broil Element

    Bake Element The bake element is eight pass, 240 volts, 3000 Photo A watts. It is secured to the oven liner by the four screws indicated by the red arrows in 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.
  • Page 37: Convection Fan Blade And Element Replacement

    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 35. The Blade can be removed by using a 13mm The convection element is a single pass, 120 socket wrench to remove the blade retaining volts, 350 watts.
  • Page 38: Halogen Oven Lights

    Halogen Oven Lights Each light assembly houses a replaceable 40 watt Photo A 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.
  • Page 39: Luxury Glide Oven Rack Removal & Maintenance

    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...
  • Page 40: Rack Sensor Assembly Removal & Maintenance

    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.
  • Page 41: Lower Oven Component Service

    LOWER OVEN COMPONENT SERVICE Replacing Lower oven element Remove Drawer Fig. 1 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 Fig.
  • Page 42: Replacing Drawer Glide Rails

    Replacing Drawer Glide Rails The lower oven drawer glide rails (Fig. 8) clip into Fig. 8 the side wall of the lower oven cavity and are se- cured by one screw in each rail. The mounting screw is accessed through a hole in Fig.
  • Page 43: Lower Oven Chassis

    Lower oven Chassis The lower oven chassis can be removed as an entire assembly. Begin by disconnecting the wire harness connections to the element and cavity light. Screw Access Remove the drawer per instructions on page 41. Using a ¼” nut driver with magnetic screw holder remove the two screws securing the lower oven chassis to the range chassis.
  • Page 44: Warmer Drawer Theory Of Operation

    WARMER DRAWER THEORy OF OPERATION Warmer drawer operation is controlled by the EOC and Oven Relay board. When the warmer drawer is first activated a thermal disk mounted in the drawer cavity is used to detect when the warmer drawer is cold and a call for heat is needed. If the thermal disk is initially closed, the EOC assumes that the warmer drawer is cold.
  • Page 45: Replacing Warmer Drawer Element & Thermo Disc

    Replacing Warmer Drawer element & Thermo Disc The warmer drawer element and thermo disc are Harness Connector Plug mounted to a metal base pan which must be removed in order to replace the element. Remove the lower wire shield from rear of the range. Unplug the warmer drawer harness connector and push the connector through the slot in the back panel so that it can be removed with the element and base assembly.
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