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Sanyo Em-z2000s - 1000W 0.9 cu.ft. Mid-Size Microwave Oven Service Manual

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EM-Z2000S

Microwave Oven

Service Manual
REFERENCE NO. SM-GA0004

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  Summary of Contents for Sanyo Em-z2000s - 1000W 0.9 cu.ft. Mid-Size Microwave Oven

  • Page 1: Microwave Oven

    EM-Z2000S Microwave Oven Service Manual REFERENCE NO. SM-GA0004...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    INTRODUCTION This Microwave Oven Service Manual is printed in a loose-leaf format. Each part is divided into sections relating to a general group of components and each section is subdivided into various parts describing a particular component or service procedure. The subdividing of the subject matter plus the loose leaf form will facilitate the updating of the manual as new or revised components and service procedures are introduced.
  • Page 3: Safety Precautions

    PRECAUTIONS TO BE OBSERVED BEFORE AND DURING SERVICING TO AVOID POSSIBLE EXPOSURE TO EXCESSIVE MICROWAVE ENERGY A. Do not operate or allow the oven to be operated with the door open. B. Make the following safety checks on all ovens to be serviced before activating the magnetron or other microwave source, and make repairs as necessary.
  • Page 4: Em-Z2000S Microwave Oven Explode Drawing

    EM-Z2000S Microwave Oven Explode View COMPONENT CODE Name Model COMPONENT No. GA-1000AS23C01 Fuse 65TS 125V 20A GA-1000AS23C02 Fan motor SP-6309-120 GA-1000AS23C03 H.V.Capacitor CH85 1.0µF 2200V GA-1000AS23C04 H.V.Diode HVM12(450mA) GA-1000AS23C05 PC board GAL9823 GA-1000AS23C06 Turntable motor SM012 or GAL-5-120-TD 1 GA-1000AS23C07 Transformer GAL-1000U-1 GA-1000AS23C08...
  • Page 5: Em-Z2000S Microwave Oven Parts & Components List

    PART PART CODE NO NAME PART PART CODE NO NAME PART PART CODE NO NAME PART PART CODE NO NAME GA-1000AS23P01 Oven cavity GA-1000AS23P32 Air duct GA-1000AS23P02 Door frame GA-1000AS23P34 Wire fastener GA-1000AS23P03 Outer enclosure GA-1000AS23P36 Upper hinge GA-1000AS23P04 Stainless steel door 1 GA-1000AS23P37 Sponge...
  • Page 6: The Heating Principle Of Microwave

    Microwave is one kind of radio wave whose wavelength is very short, frequency is very high. Therefore, it is called ultrahigh frequency electromagnetic wave. Microwave can heat food mainly result in the mutual affect of the food in the microwave field and the microwave field itself. Under the affect of microwave field, the thermal effect mechanism produced from the mutual affect of the microwave and the food includes two aspects.
  • Page 7: The Structure And Working Principle Of Microwwave Oven

    K Stands for a constant E Stands for the microwave frequency. f Stands for the microwave frequency. tgδ Stands for loss angle tangent of the heated matter. Er Stands for relative dielectric constant of the heated matter. Microwave oven can be classified to many kinds according to various construction, volume and control function.
  • Page 8: Microwave Generater

    Microwave generator is the heart of microwave oven. The quality of a microwave oven mostly depends on the quality of the microwave generator. A microwave generator is mainly composed of magnetron and its power supply circuit, FIG.2-3 is the typical circuit diagram of the present used microwave oven’s generator. The power supply circuit is composed of rectifying circuit and filament circuit.
  • Page 9 Drawing 2-5(a) is the circuit and construction diagram fuse main latch switch of the door interlock switch of a microwave oven. It mainly consists of interlock switches (S1, S2), and monitor switch (S3), door hook and starting mechanism of the door interlock switch. There fixed hooks on the oven door, and opened two pilot switch rectangle hole at the corresponding place at the right of...
  • Page 10 those microwave oven which have the power control function. FIG.3-1 is the power control circuit diagram of brand microwave oven, WP700. This is a typical instance of conduction ratio control. This oven adopt time and power controller as a whole. When a 120V, 60Hz alternating current is inputted, the time and power motor is always at working condition.
  • Page 11: Typical Circuit Analyasis Of Microwave Oven

    8). It is the most liable place where microwave leakage occurs. Especially, after a long time using, the microwave leakage would enlarge at the hinge and the hook. Anyway, mechanic damage would also cause large amount of microwave leakage. Therefore, the main methods designed for preventing microwave leakage of the door are as follows: 1) Assemble a layer of steel filament or a thin metal plate with many holes at the middle of the window to made it is possible to observe the heating as well as shielding the microwave.
  • Page 12: How To Assemble And Disassemble Microwave Oven Components

    Fig.3–1 is the practical circuit diagram of a microwave oven. Its corresponding working conditions are as follows: The door closed, SW1 and SW2 turned on, SW3 closed, power control relay has no power, R1, R2 is cut off. When cooking, touch the starting switch to power the timer and the power relay. RY1, RY2 closed the power supply to the anode of the magnetron and the filament, changing the power frequency electric energy to microwave energy, the microwave energy then transferred to the heating chamber for food heating.
  • Page 13: The Door Combination

    six-angle screw To disassemble, Pull out the power plug. Take off the cabinet. hinge(up) Loosen the two six –angle screws of left hinge (up) with a socket wrench (FIG.4 - 2). oven Push the door release button to have the hook out (FIG.4 -3).
  • Page 14: The Control Panel And The Door Release Mechanism

    FIG.4 – 1. Tear off the adhesive protective paper of the lining and stick it on the door as FIG.4 – 1, slip the hook on the doorframe, and fix the doorframe on the door, tighten it with “+” – screws. After assembled, check whether the hook working in normal and whether the hinge (UP) is its position.
  • Page 15: The Transformer

    magnetron vertically, and also tighten the screws of the lampshade (FIG.4 - 8). Plug in the two terminals of the magnetron filament and the thermal cutout. Firstly, do as the 1,2,3, steps at Ⅲ of this part. Dismantling steps for the transformer: (as FIG.4 -9). Pull out all the terminal of the transformer.
  • Page 16: The Capacitor

    Assemble the fan motor as FIG.4 – 14. Drip the glue on the “★” place of the fan motor shaft, and fix the fan on the earthing screw motor, make sure it must be fixed to the bottom of the shaft.
  • Page 17: The Turntable Combinatiom

    Insert one end of the diode to one feet of the capacitor’s connect piece. Fix the diode with one screw (pay attention to the polarity of the diode, refer to FIG.4 - 16). Firstly, do as the 1, 2, 3, stops of Ⅲ of this part. To disassemble, Turn the microwave oven over (FIG.
  • Page 18: The Control Panel Of A Typical Microwave Oven

    door to check whether the door is flexible. If it does, back screw and front position of the holder should be adjusted. latch switch hold Provided the up hook is loose, the door should be pushed front door pla more closely to the oven, and pull the holder inside closely after loosen the screw which fix the holder, then, tighten the screw and check whether it is still loose.
  • Page 19: Breakdown Analysis And The Means Of Overhauling

    Before overhauling a microwave oven, you should judge the breakdown and the cause correctly, then you can repair it with corresponding ways. The overhauling must be proceed in order, any hasty conclusion is not recommendable, otherwise over-working would be done when repair. The microwave oven may occur compound breakdown due to all kinds of different reasons, thus, when overhaul, they all should be taken into consideration.
  • Page 20 speed of the probe should not exceed 25mm per second, and the measuring direction should be the same with the outing direction of the probe should not exceed 25mm per second, and the measuring direction should be the same with the outing direction of the microwave leakage (FIG.5 - 2)..
  • Page 21 Pull out the power plug, take off the cabinet, discharge the capacitor, measure the resistance value of the primary winding and the secondary winding of the transformer with an avometer (FIG.5 – 10 and FIG.5 - 9). The resistance value of the primary winding should be about 2.2 ohms, the secondary winding should be about 130 ohms.
  • Page 22: Repairing Method Of Several Breakdown

    1. Repair when there occurred large amounts microwave leakage. There are many factors which may cause microwave leaking. Following mentioned may be the main causes of microwave leakage: (1) The door deformed, the hinge loosed or damaged that caused the door can not close tightly. (2) The door pressing cover or the embed piece damaged or come off.
  • Page 23: The Characters Requirements Of Microwave After It Has Been Repaired

    the microwave leakage is larger at those hole position of the window board. The oven should be turned off to inspect whether there are crack among them (fig.5 - 16). If several holes formed a crack, it would enlarge the microwave leakage.
  • Page 24: Critical Parts Servicing

    (To those 700W microwave oven) to make the oven operating in normal. When the bell of the timer rings, open the oven door, the water should have boiled. If it have not been boiled yet, but is very hot, check whether the voltage is less than 120V.
  • Page 25: Common Breakdown Of Microwave Oven And Means Of Repairing

    PHENOMENON CAUSE REPAIRING MEANS 8A fuse broken. Change a new fuse. The primary and secondary winding of the Change a new transformer. transformer are short – circuited. Change a new capacitor. When starting The earthing or the polarity of the polarity of Change a new pilot switch.
  • Page 26: Specifications

    After long time using, the wear and the rust –eaten enlarged the gap of the door shaft Adjust the hinge to rectify the and the shaft hole, thus cause the door position of the door. 9. The door can’t open crooked.

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