KitchenAid PRO LINE KPWB100 Service Manual

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Model: KPWB100



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  • Page 1 ® ™ PRO LINE WAFFLE BAKER SERVICE MANUAL Table of Contents .................2 Model: KPWB100 8204590...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    KPWB100 Pro Line ™ Waffl e Baker Features Commercial Design Clamshell Baking Unit Dial Thermometer Pre-heat indicator Non-stick Waffl e Plates Baker Timer Display Timer Adjustment Knob Reset Button Start Button Die Cast Metal Cradle & Base Power On/Off Button Table of Contents Waffl...
  • Page 3: Safety Recommendations

    This Waffl e Baker Service Manual is written for the professional The use of accessory attachments not recommended by service technician who has familiarity with KitchenAid® KitchenAid may cause fi re, shock or injuries. There are no Pro Line™ Appliances. accessories for the waffl e baker.
  • Page 4: Electrical Requirements

    Electrical Requirements PERFORMANCE WARNING You can observe the performance of a waffl e baker by establishing benchmarks on the performance seen on prior waffl e bakers. Here is a list of performance parameters to observe. EXAMPLE: Bake time: 3 minutes 30 seconds (3:30) Bake temperature: 350º...
  • Page 5: Component Access

    6. Using thumbs, push down on control PCB board (located in Component Access cradle arm) until clamps release. (See Figure 1). WARNING Electrical Shock Hazard Disconnect power before servicing. Figure 1 Replace all parts and panels before operating. 7. Reach inside the waffl e baker cradle and squeeze the timer Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
  • Page 6 11. Insert button shaft through bezel hole. Be sure spring is POWER SUPPLY PCB REPLACEMENT between button top and outer bezel. (See Figure 6) The power supply printed circuit board (PCB) provides DC voltage to power the control PCB located in the cradle arm and AC voltage to the heating elements in the waffl...
  • Page 7: Problem Guide

    Problem Guide PROBLEM: Waffl e baker emits smoke and odor the fi rst time it is used. ■ CAUSE: Normal result of manufacturing process. The smoke is harmless and will dissipate. ■ SOLUTION: Discard fi rst waffl es made on each side of clamshell unit. ■...
  • Page 8 CAUSE: Formaldehyde is used in the manufacturing of the insulation in the clamshell unit lids so that the lids will not become ■ excessively hot even after extended use. Proposition 65 in California requires that KitchenAid® put a warning on the waffl e baker for this reason. In testing, no amounts of formaldehyde release were found.
  • Page 9: Waffl E Baker Parts Drawings

    Control Panel Parts For Models: KPWB100 Illus. Part DESCRIPTION Literature Parts 8204569 Guide, Use & Care 8204590 Repair Parts List 8204592 Wiring Diagram 8211486 Button, Start 8211487 Button, Power 8211489 Lens, LED 8211485 Knob 8211488 Bezel 8211490 Screw 8211491 MCU PCB Assembly...
  • Page 10 Cradle Parts For Models: KPWB100 Illus. Part DESCRIPTION 8211498 Clamp 8211497 Pearl Metallic 8212149 Nickel Pearl 8211499 Holder, Axle Base 8211496 Pearl Metallic 8212148 Nickel Pearl 8211494 Bracket 8211495 Screw 8211500 Power Supply 8211505 Cover, Bottom 8211503 Clamp, Cord 8211501 Feet...
  • Page 11 Notes...
  • Page 12 ® Registered trademark/Marque déposée/Marca registrada KitchenAid, U.S.A. ™ Trademark/Marque de commerce/Marca de comercio KitchenAid, U.S.A. KitchenAid Canada licensee in Canada/Emploi sous licence par KitchenAid Canada au Canada. © 2008. All rights reserved. Tous droits reserves. Todos los derecchos reservados. Specifi cations subject to change without notice. / Les specifi cations sont sujettes à changement sans préavis.