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Maytag UMV1152CA Manual

2006 over-the-range domestic microwaves
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Service
This manual is to be used by qualified appliance
technicians only. Maytag does not assume any
responsibility for property damage or personal
injury for improper service procedures done by
an unqualified person.
2006
Over-the-Range
Domestic
Microwaves
This Base Manual covers general information
Refer to individual Technical Sheet
for information on specific models
This manual includes, but is
not limited to the following:
UMV1152CA*
AMV1154BA*
AMV5164BA*
AMV5164BC*
AMV5206BA*
AMV6167BD*
MMV1153BA*
MMV4205BA*
MMV5165BA*
MMV5207BA*
MMV5207BC*
JMV8166BA*
JMV8208BA*
JMV8208BC*
JMV9169BA*
16027303
June 2006
Replaces 16027128

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  • Page 1 Service This manual is to be used by qualified appliance technicians only. Maytag does not assume any responsibility for property damage or personal injury for improper service procedures done by an unqualified person. 2006 This Base Manual covers general information...
  • Page 2: Important Information

    (such as exposure to electrical shock) may result. CAUTION Maytag will not be responsible for any injury or property damage from improper service procedures. If performing service on your own product, assume responsibility for any personal injury or property damage which may result.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Touch Pads/Control Panel Light Socket Removal ..........38 Switch Membrane Pinouts ......18 - 30 Grille Heater Element Removal (Select Models) ..38 Appendix A Installation Instructions ........... A-2 Appendix B Use and Care information ........B-2 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 4: Important Safety Information

    CAUTION Read the following information to avoid possible exposure to microwave radiation: The basic design of the Maytag and Amana microwave 7. In the area of the transformer, capacitor, diode, and oven makes it an inherently safe device to both use and magnetron there is HIGH VOLTAGE.
  • Page 5: Microwave Leakage Testing

    (5 cm) spacer supplied with the probe. 4. Press the start pad or turn on the timer and with the magnetron oscillating, measure the leakage by holding the probe perpendicular to the surface being measured. 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 6: General Information

    Eyelevel Range Grill Range (20") Feature Content Range (36") 1000-3999 Brands Drop In (24") 4000-6999 Maytag/Amana Wall Oven (27") 7000-9999 Jenn Air Range, Free-Standing (30") Slide-In (30") Range Hood Wall Oven RV Range RV Top 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 7: Specifications

    Call 1-800-925-2020 for information. • For Amana product call 1-800-843-0304 or visit the Web Site at www.amana.com • For Maytag product call 1-800-688-9900 or visit the Radio Interference Web Site at www.maytag.com 1. Microwave oven operation may interfere with the radio •...
  • Page 8: Electrical Requirements

    Press the STOP/ should be run with the circuit conductors and connected CLEAR pad twice to reset any accidental key setting. to the equipment grounding terminal or lead on the appliance. 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 9: Microwave Oven Description

    General Information Microwave Oven Description 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 10: Troubleshooting Procedures

    Microwave oven output is low; 1. Decrease in power source voltage. Home voltage fluctuations. microwave oven takes a long time 2. High voltage circuit loose connection Check/replace magnetron. to cook food. (magnetron filament circuit). 3. Magnetron aging. Check/replace magnetron. 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 11: Checkout Procedure: Fuse

    If the fuse is blown due to an improper switch operation, replace all interlock switches, PCB Ass’y and the fuse simultaneously, and ensure they are connected properly. Check for microwave energy leakage after replacing interlock and monitor switches. 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 12: Error Code Table

    Thermal or gas sensor, wiring or PCB assembly. overheat condition. Microwave cancels all functions. Sensor open error. Sensor unplugged, wiring or PCB assembly. Sensor shorted error. Sensor shorted or PCB assembly. T1 Max Time error. PCB assembly. 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 13: Testing Procedures

    Filament AMV5164BA*, scale: Primary winding to ground....Infinite Ω. MMV5165BA*, Filament winding to ground ....Infinite Ω. AMV1154BA*, MMV1153BA*, UMV1152CA* Lamp receptacle Test continuity of receptacle terminals ... Continuity when known good bulb is inserted. 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 14 25 sec 5 sec 28 sec 2 sec 30 sec 0 sec Grill heater element Remove all wires from heater. Measure resistance across terminals ....Approx. 15-25 Ω (70° F, 20° C). JMV9169BA*, JMV8166BA*, AMV6167BD* 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 15 Measure resistance across terminals ..Approx. 3 to 4 kΩ. JMV9169BA*, JMV8166BA*, AMV6167BD* Louvre Motor Measure voltage across terminals ....Approx. 120 VAC. Measure resistance across terminals ..Approx. 3100 to 3900 kΩ. JMV8208B**, JMV9169BA*, JMV8166BA*, AMV6167BD* 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 16: Control Panel Sensor Test

    Apply power to microwave for 5 minutes. Press AUTO DEFROST and REHEAT AMV5164B**, pads simultaneously and monitor display MMV5165BA* for V-Out value ..........Less than 10 ..Sensor failure. 10 to 150....Normal. More than 150..Sensor failure. 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 17: Power Test (Traditional Test Method)

    ∆T ∆T ∆T Cooking Cooking Cooking Cooking (° F) Power Output (° F) Power Output (° C) Power Output (° C) Power Output 1050 1120 1190 1007 1260 1046 1330 1085 1400 1124 1470 1540 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 18 1 & 11 Continuity Clock 2 & 11 Continuity Kitchen Timer 3 & 11 Continuity Sound On/Off 4 & 11 Continuity Vegetables 6 & 11 Continuity Cook 5 & 13 Continuity Pizza Slice 6 & 13 Continuity 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 19 3 & 14 Continuity Auto Defrost 4 & 14 Continuity Enter/Start 5 & 14 Continuity Clock 9 & 14 Continuity Power Level 3 & 15 Continuity Stop/Clear 4 & 15 Continuity Vent Hi/Lo/Off 6 & 15 Continuity 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 20 Continuity Custom Program 3 & 14 Continuity Auto Defrost 4 & 14 Continuity Enter/Start 5 & 14 Continuity Clock 9 & 14 Continuity Power Level 3 & 15 Continuity Stop Clear 4 & 15 Continuity 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 21 5 & 13 Continuity Soften/Melt 6 & 13 Continuity Clock 7 & 13 Continuity Power Level 1 & 14 Continuity Stop/Clear 2 & 14 Continuity Vent Hi/Lo/Off 4 & 14 Continuity Option 9 & 14 Continuity 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 22 3 & 13 Continuity Snacks 4 & 13 Continuity Kids Meals 5 & 13 Continuity Soften/Melt 6 & 13 Continuity Clock 7 & 13 Continuity Power Level 1 & 14 Continuity Stop/Clear 2 & 14 Continuity 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 23 3 & 13 Continuity Snacks 4 & 13 Continuity Kids Meals 5 & 13 Continuity Soften/Melt 6 & 13 Continuity Clock 7 & 13 Continuity Power Level 1 & 14 Continuity Stop/Clear 2 & 14 Continuity 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 24 3 & 13 Continuity Snacks 4 & 13 Continuity Kids Meals 5& 13 Continuity Soften/Melt 6 & 13 Continuity Clock 7 & 13 Continuity Power Level 1 & 14 Continuity Stop/Clear 2 & 14 Continuity 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 25 5 Speed 4 & 14 Continuity On/Off 5 & 14 Continuity Light Timer 6 & 14 Continuity Light Hi/Lo/Off 7 & 14 Continuity Turntable On/Off 8 & 14 Continuity Add 30 Seconds 9 & 14 Continuity 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 26 5 Speed 4 & 14 Continuity On/Off 5 & 14 Continuity Light Timer 6 & 14 Continuity Light Hi/Lo/Off 7 & 14 Continuity Turntable On/Off 8 & 14 Continuity Add 30 Seconds 9 & 14 Continuity 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 27 5 Speed 4 & 14 Continuity On/Off 5 & 14 Continuity Light Timer 6 & 14 Continuity Light Hi/Lo/Off 7 & 14 Continuity Turntable On/Off 8 & 14 Continuity Add 30 Seconds 9 & 14 Continuity 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 28 3 & 14 Continuity Auto Defrost 4 & 14 Continuity Enter/Start 5 & 14 Continuity Clock 9 & 14 Continuity Power Level 3 & 15 Continuity Stop/Clear 4 & 15 Continuity Vent Hi/Lo/Off 6 & 15 Continuity 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 29 4 & 13 Continuity Kids Meals 5& 13 Continuity Soften/Melt 6 & 13 Continuity Clock 7 & 13 Continuity Option 9 & 13 Continuity Power Level 1 & 14 Continuity Stop/Clear 2 & 14 Continuity 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 30 4 & 13 Continuity Kids Meals 5& 13 Continuity Soften/Melt 6 & 13 Continuity Clock 7 & 13 Continuity Power Level 1 & 14 Continuity Stop/Clear 2 & 14 Continuity Option 9 & 15 Continuity 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 31: Disassembly Procedures

    NOTE: When aligning the door for assembly, the door the right slightly, then push the door glass upward to must be opened as much as possible. release the glass from the track. 8. Reassemble in reverse order. 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 32: Control Panel Removal

    5. Disconnect and mark the wire connectors from 4. Reassemble in reverse order. circuit board. 6. Remove screws securing circuit board to control Control Panel/Switch Membrane Disassembly panel assembly. 7. Reassemble in reverse order. NOTE: Do not flex circuit board. 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 33: Control Key Panel Removal

    (if equipped). 7. Slide outer case towards the rear of the unit, guide power cord though outer case power cord hole. 8. Place outer case in a safe location. 9. Reassemble in reverse order. 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 34: Interlock Door Latch Switches Removal

    If the monitor fuse is blown by a failed switch operation, all switches and printed circuit board must be replaced. 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 35: High Voltage Capacitor Removal

    The fuse is located behind the grille in line with the condition. power cord on the right side of the unit. CA UTION During replacement of magnetron, be certain the R.F. anode gasket is in place around anode stud. 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 36: Magnetron Fan Assembly Removal

    4. Disconnect wire terminals from oven thermostat. Fan Motor NOTE: Lift upward on left rear corner of air duct to release oven thermostat. Humidity Sensor Removal (Select Models) The sensor is a plug-in device located in the air exhaust duct. 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 37: Turntable Motor Removal

    3. Open the oven door, remove turntable, and gently pry upward on turntable shaft. 4. Disconnect wire leads from turntable motor. Damper ASM Blower ASM 5. Remove screws securing turntable to the oven cavity. 6. Replace and reassemble in reverse order. 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 38: Convection Motor And Heater Element Removal (Select Models)

    2. Remove screws at and next to terminals securing wires and element to heater box. 3. Release metal clip securing element to heater box. 4. Remove element from heater box. 5. Replace and reassembly in reverse order. 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 39 The Installation information provided in this service manual is representative of a limited number of models. Reference the customer’s Installation literature included with the product, order a copy (if needed), or consult the appropriate website for the specific model. www.maytag.com or www.amana.com or www.jennair.com 16027303 A – 1...
  • Page 40: Installation Instructions

    • Note to Installer – Be sure to leave these • Product failure due to improper installation is not instructions with the Consumer. covered under the Warranty. READ CAREFULLY. KEEP THESE INSTRUCTIONS. A – 2 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 41 Attach Mounting Plate to Wall ....14 Preparation of Top Cabinet ..... 15 Adjust Blower .......... 15 Check Damper Operation......16 Mount Microwave Oven......16 Adjust Exhaust Adaptor......17 Connecting Ductwork ......17 16027303 A – 3 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 42: Important Safety Instructions

    (grounding) plug which mates with a standard three-prong (grounding) wall receptacle to minimize the possibility Insure proper Insure proper ground exists of electric shock hazard ground exists before use before use from this appliance. A – 4 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 43: Hood Exhaust

    NOTE: For back exhaust, care should be taken to align exhaust with space between studs, or wall should be prepared at the time it is constructed by leaving enough space between the wall studs to accommodate exhaust. 16027303 A – 5 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 44 Equivalent lengths of duct pieces are based on actual bottom corners of the damper will tests and reflect requirements for good venting have to be cut to fit, using the tin performance with any vent hood. A – 6 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 45: Damage - Shipment/Installation

    NOTE: Some extra parts are included. ADDITIONAL PARTS PART QUANTITY Top Cabinet TOP CABINET TEMPLATE Template Rear Wall REAR WALL TEMPLATE Template Installation Instructions Separately Packed Grease Filters Exhaust adaptor 16027303 A – 7 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 46: Tools You Will Need

    5" Section for exhaust duct preparation. Backsplash • When installing the microwave oven beneath smooth flat cabinets be careful to follow the instructions on the top cabinet template for power cord clearance. A – 8 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 47: Placement Of The Mounting Plate

    Remove the 2 screws from the mounting plate. This plate will be used as the rear wall template and for mounting. NOTE: You will have to reuse two screws in original loction of outcase after removing mounting plate. 16027303 A – 9 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 48: Determining Wall Plate Location

    33" to Cooktop For this type of installation with front overhang only, align the mounting tabs with this horizontal line, not touching the cabinet bottom as described in Step D. A – 10 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 49: Aligning The Wall Plate

    3/16" hole for wood screw. In other words, toggle bolt can not be used to the location of stud. NOTE: DO NOT MOUNT THE PLATE AT THIS TIME. 16027303 A – 11 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 50: Installation Types

    C. Outside Back Exhaust (Horizontal Duct) RECIRCULATING OUTSIDE TOP EXHAUST (NON-VENTED DUCTLESS) (VERTICAL DUCT) Adaptor in Place for Outside Top Exhaust See page 12 See page 14 OUTSIDE BACK EXHAUST (HORIZONTAL DUCT) See page 18 A – 12 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 51: Attach Mounting Plate To Wall

    • Tape it underneath the top cabinet. • Drill the holes, following the instructions on the Wall TOP CABINET TEMPLATE. Bolt End CAUTION: Wear safety goggles when drilling holes in the cabinet bottom. 16027303 A – 13 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 52 (It will be completely tightened later.) Be sure to keep power cord tight. Be careful not to pinch the cord, Install grease filters. See the Owner’s Manual packed with the microwave. A – 14 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 53: Adjust Blower

    CAUTION: Be careful to avoid pinching fingers between the back of the mounting plate and the wall. Tighten all bolts. Pull the plate away from the wall to help tighten the bolts. 16027303 A – 15 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 54 Hold outer case when the blower is removed and re-installed. Roll the blower unit 90° so that fan blade openings are facing toward the top of the microwave. BEFORE: Fan Blade Openings Facing Forward Roll A – 16 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 55 Lift damper and Re-screw at same location as (1). • You will need to make adjustments to assure proper alignment with your house exhaust duct after the microwave is installed. 16027303 A – 17 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 56: Adjust The Exhaust Adaptor

    Seal exhaust duct joints using duct tape. Install grease filters. See the Owner’s Manual packed with the microwave. A – 18 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 57: Outside Back Exhaust

    • Read the instructions on the REAR WALL reattach the toggle wings to ¾ " onto each bolt. TEMPLATE. • Tape it to the rear wall. • Cut the opening, following the instructions of the REAR WALL TEMPLATE. 16027303 A – 19 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 58: For Outside Back Exhaust

    • Tape it underneath the top cabinet. Back of Microwave • Drill the holes, following the instructions on the Back of TOP CABINET TEMPLATE. Microwave CAUTION: Wear safety goggles when drilling holes in the cabinet bottom. A – 20 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 59: Mount The Microwave Oven

    Push in securely until it is in the lower locking tabs. cabinet. Take care to assure that the damper hinge is installed so that it is at the top and that the damper swings freely. 16027303 A – 21 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 60 Tighten the outer two screws to the top of the microwave oven. (While tightening screws, hold the microwave oven in place against the wall and the top cabinet.) Install grease filters. See the Owner’s Manual packed with the microwave. A – 22 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 61 The Use and Care information provided in this service manual is representative of a limited number of models. Reference the customer’s Use and Care literature included with the product, order a copy (if needed), or consult Jenn-Air’s website for the specific model. www.maytag.com or www.amana.com or www.jennair.com 16027303 B – 1...
  • Page 62: Use And Care

    Use and Care B – 2 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 63 Use and Care 16027303 B – 3 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 64 Use and Care B – 4 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 65 Use and Care 16027303 B – 5 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 66 Use and Care Models AMC4080AA*, MMC5080AA* B – 6 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 67 Use and Care 16027303 B – 7 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 68 Use and Care B – 8 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 69 Use and Care 16027303 B – 9 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 70 Use and Care B – 10 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 71 Use and Care 16027303 B – 11 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 72 Use and Care B – 12 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 73 Use and Care 16027303 B – 13 © 2006 Maytag Services...
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  • Page 75 Use and Care 16027303 B – 15 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 76 Use and Care B – 16 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 77 Use and Care 16027303 B – 17 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 78 Use and Care B – 18 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 79 Use and Care 16027303 B – 19 © 2006 Maytag Services...
  • Page 80 Use and Care B – 20 16027303 © 2006 Maytag Services...