Whirlpool SF3000SE W Service Manual

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SERVICE MANUAL
for the
FREESTANDING
STANDARD
GAS RANGE
July, 1996
Printed in U.S.A.
LIT 4321890

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  • Page 1 SERVICE MANUAL for the FREESTANDING STANDARD GAS RANGE July, 1996 Printed in U.S.A. LIT 4321890...
  • Page 2 THIS MANUAL CONTAINS INFORMATION NECESSARY FOR INSTALLING AND SERVICING THE FOLLOWING STANDARD (NON-SELF- CLEAN) FREESTANDING GAS RANGES, MODELS: WHIRLPOOL SF3000SE W/N SF305PEE Q SF3020EE W/N SF315PEE W/N SF302BSE W/N SF315PEE Q SF304PEE W/N SF325PEE W/N SF304PEE Q SF325PEE Q/Z SF305PEE W/N...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page iii Table of Contents Page Important Safety Information ......................v Installation Highlights ........................1-1 Range Dimensions ........................1-1 Cabinet Dimensions ........................1-2 Tools & Material You Will Need ....................1-3 Electrical Supply Requirements ....................1-4 Gas Supply Requirements ......................1-6...
  • Page 4 Page Component Description & Testing ....................4-1 Troubleshooting ...........................4-1 Troubleshooting Chart ......................4-9 Oven Temperature Calibration (Electronic Oven Controls) ..........4-11 Error Codes (Electronic Oven Controls) ................4-12 Tech Tips ............................5-1 Wiring Diagram ..........................5-1 Strip Circuits ..........................5-2 Specifications ..........................5-3 Model And Serial Number Explanation ................. 5-21 Warranty ............................
  • Page 5: Important Safety Information

    (burns, fire and Quincy, Massachusetts 02269 electrical shock, etc.) if the suggested proce- dures are not observed. WHIRLPOOL CORPORATION ASSUMES NO RE- SPONSIBILITY FOR ANY REPAIRS MADE ON OUR PRODUCTS BY ANYONE OTHER THAN AU- THORIZED...
  • Page 6 WARNING To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock, injury to persons, or damage when using the range, follow these basic precautions: Read all instructions before using the Do not operate the range if it is not work- range. ing properly, or if it has been damaged or dropped.
  • Page 7 Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page vii 17. Grease is flammable and should be 21. Do not use decorative covers or trivets handled carefully. Let fat cool before at- over the surface burners.
  • Page 8 — NOTES — viii...
  • Page 9: Installation Highlights

    Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page 1-1 INSTALLATION HIGHLIGHTS RANGE DIMENSIONS GENERAL ALL OPENINGS IN THE WALL OR FLOOR ARE TO BE SEALED AFTER THE RANGE IS IN- Proper installation is your responsibility. A quali- STALLED.
  • Page 10: Cabinet Dimensions

    CABINET DIMENSIONS Clearance Note: A clearance of 30 " minimum is Use only the cabinet opening dimensions that are required when the bottom of a wood or metal shown below. The dimensions shown are for mini- " of flame- cabinet is protected by not less than mum clearances.
  • Page 11: Parts Supplied

    Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page 1-3 TOOLS & MATERIAL YOU WILL NEED TOOLS ILLUSTRATIONS Standard (flat-bladed) screwdriver spirit level Phillips screwdriver Robertson (S2) screwdriver 3/8 " ratchet Torx (T10 & T20) screwdrivers...
  • Page 12: Electrical Supply Requirements

    ELECTRICAL SUPPLY REQUIREMENTS The following information applies to the gas range WARNING wiring: • A 3-wire, single phase, 120-volt, 60 Hz, AC- Electrical Shock Hazard only electrical supply is required on a sepa- rate 10-ampere circuit, fused on both sides of An electrical ground is required on this appli- the line.
  • Page 13: Electronic Ignition System

    Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page 1-5 Once you are sure that the plug is polarized prop- WARNING erly, perform the next step. Connect the power cord plug on the gas range Personal Injury/Fire Hazard to a 120-volt AC receptacle that is on a sepa- rately fused line.
  • Page 14: Gas Supply Requirements

    GAS SUPPLY REQUIREMENTS This range is factory set for use with natural gas. It WARNING is designed-certified by the American Gas Asso- ciation (A.G.A.) for natural or L.P. gases with the appropriate conversion. The model/serial rating Fire Hazard plate has information on the type of gas that can be The gas appliance must be connected to a used.
  • Page 15: Installing The Range

    Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page 1-7 INSTALLING THE RANGE Remove the cardboard shipping base from WARNING under the range. Open the broiler door. Electrical Shock Hazard Using a " drive ratchet, lower the rear level-...
  • Page 16 INSTALLING THE GAS LINE WARNING pressure regulator 90˚ elbow Fire Hazard 90˚ elbow When you make gas line connections, espe- nipple union iron pipe cially to the pressure regulator, do not make the connections too tight. If you do, you may crack union the regulator (or pipe) and cause a gas leak, which could result in a possible fire, or explosion.
  • Page 17: Checking For Leaks

    Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page 1-9 Use a brush and liquid detergent and check all CHECKING FOR LEAKS the connections for possible leaks. If bubbling WARNING occurs around the joint, tighten the connec- tion further until the bubbling just stops.
  • Page 18: Converting The Pressure Regulator For L.p. Gas

    CONVERTING THE PRESSURE REGULATOR FOR L.P. GAS CONVERTING A BOTTOM- Remove the plastic cover from the pressure regulator. MOUNTED PRESSURE Use a wrench, and turn the cap marked “N” on REGULATOR the front of the pressure regulator counter- WARNING clockwise, and remove it. NOTE: Do not dis- turb the spring under the cap.
  • Page 19 Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page 1-11 CONVERTING A TOP-MOUNTED Use a wrench and remove the cap from the pressure regulator. PRESSURE REGULATOR Remove the plunger from the cap and turn it WARNING over so that the enlarged end is down, then reinstall it into the regulator.
  • Page 20: Converting The Maintop Burners For L.p. Gas

    CONVERTING THE MAINTOP BURNERS FOR L.P. GAS Push the front of the maintop to the right while SEALED BURNERS lifting the right corner and unclip it, then push Remove the grates and burner caps from the to the left and unclip the left corner. Lift the burners.
  • Page 21 Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page 1-13 Removing one orifice spud at a time, use a Remove the four burners from the burner " combination wrench, and replace the four support bracket and from over the gas valves.
  • Page 22: Checking The Maintop Burner Operation

    CHECKING THE MAINTOP BURNER OPERATION Standing Pilot Models If not already done, turn on the gas and blowing, there is too much air during combus- electrical supplies to the range. tion. If the flame is soft and not high enough, there is not enough air.
  • Page 23: Electronic Ignition Models

    Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page 1-15 Electronic Ignition Models Install the maintop burner caps on the burn- LO F LAME SETTING ers. ADJUSTMENT (SOME MODELS) If not already done, turn on the gas and Some gas ranges have a low flame burner adjust- electrical supplies to the range.
  • Page 24: Adjusting The Air Shutters

    Adjusting The Air Shutters SEALED BURNERS CONVENTIONAL BURNERS Lift the maintop and prop it up (see page 1-12 Lift the maintop until the support rods lock. for the procedure). Remove the control knobs. Open the oven door and remove the three screws from the bottom of the manifold panel, then pull down slightly on the panel, and pull it away from the range.
  • Page 25: Converting The Oven Burner For L.p. Gas

    Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page 1-17 CONVERTING THE OVEN BURNER FOR L.P. GAS Standing Pilot Models Make sure that the oven control knob is in the Remove the screws from the heat shield over OFF position and pull the knob off the shaft.
  • Page 26: Electronic Ignition Models

    Electronic Ignition Models Remove the oven racks. Use a " combination wrench and turn the orifice hood at the base of the oven burner Remove the two screws from the oven floor clockwise until it is just snug (approximately and remove the floor. turns).
  • Page 27: Checking The Oven Burner Operation

    Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page 1-19 CHECKING THE OVEN BURNER OPERATION Standing Pilot Models THE BAKE/BROIL BURNER Check the flame. If it is noisy, or is blowing away from the bar, there is too much air during NOTE: The oven burner is used for both bake and combustion.
  • Page 28: Electronic Ignition Models

    Electronic Ignition Models THE BAKE BURNER With the burner lit, loosen the locking screw, and adjust the air shutter opening for the best NOTE: The oven burner is used for both bake and flame, then retighten the screw. broil functions. The burner can be controlled by a knob, or by an electronic keypad.
  • Page 29 Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page 1-21 Electronic Oven Control 1 Electronic Oven Control 2 Press the BAKE keypad. • The BAKE indicator will light. • 350 will appear in the display. Press the BAKE keypad.
  • Page 30 THE BROIL BURNER With the burner lit, loosen the locking screw, and adjust the air shutter opening for the best NOTE: The oven burner is used for both bake and flame, then retighten the locking screw. broil functions. The burner can be controlled by a knob, or by an electronic keypad.
  • Page 31 Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page 1-23 Electronic Oven Control 1 Electronic Oven Control 2 Press the CUSTOM BROIL keypad. • HI will appear in the display. • The BROIL indicator will light.
  • Page 32: Removing/Reinstalling The Oven Door

    REMOVING/REINSTALLING THE OVEN DOOR To remove the oven door: To reinstall the oven door: Open the door approximately half way and Insert the hinge hangers into the front slots of install the shipping pin (supplied with the the range as far as they will go, then lift the range), or a "...
  • Page 33: Theory Of Operation

    Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page 2-1 THEORY OF OPERATION THE COOKTOP BURNERS WITH ELECTRONIC IGNITION Refer to the illustration below while you read At the same time, line voltage is applied through the ignitor switch v to the ignitor module w, this description.
  • Page 34 Norton ignitors were previ- tween 2.5 and 3.0 amperes. ously used in the Whirlpool gas ranges, and A Norton ignitor uses a rectangular design, both of these ignitors operate the same way.
  • Page 35 Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page 2-3 As the ignitor heats up and its electrical resis- The ignitor will remain energized at all times tance decreases, current flow increases when the burner is lit. As soon as the oven...
  • Page 36 TROUBLESHOOTING THE IGNITOR SYSTEM Refer to the illustration below and on the next Ignitor Glows With No Ignition page while you read the following trouble- Check that gas is turned on to the range. shooting information. Turn the power on and set the thermostat Ignitor Does Not Glow to 350˚F.
  • Page 37 Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page 2-5 WIRING DIAGRAM OVEN CONTROL P4-3 P4-1 OVEN LIGHT TRANSFORMER P3-3 DOOR P4-4 P3-4 OVEN TEMP SENSOR P3-6 P3-7 P2-1 P2-2 BAKE VALVE BAKE IGNITOR P3-5 SURFACE BURNER...
  • Page 38 THE OVEN CONTROL Refer to the illustration while you read this The voltage travels through the low voltage description. transformer to the neutral side of the line, and turns the oven control on. “PF” is displayed on When the range is plugged in, line voltage is the control display.
  • Page 39 Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page 2-7 THE BAKE FUNCTION Refer to the illustration while you read this When the preceding events occur, the BAKE description. relay energizes, and its contacts close. This...
  • Page 40: The Oven Light

    THE OVEN LIGHT Refer to the illustration while you read this When the door switch, or the switch in the description. oven control closes, the line voltage travels through the light to the neutral side of the line. When the range is plugged in, line voltage is applied to the electronic oven control.
  • Page 41: Component Access

    Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page 3-1 COMPONENT ACCESS This section of the manual instructs you on how to The illustrations below show the location of all the service the individual components inside the sealed major components in the range.
  • Page 42: Removing The Maintop-Sealed Burner Models

    REMOVING THE MAINTOP Sealed Burner Models Lift each burner off the venturi and burner WARNING ignitor. BURNER Electrical Shock Hazard Disconnect from electrical supply before servic- ing unit. Failure to do so could result in death or electrical shock. BURNER IGNITOR CAUTION: When you work on the gas range, be VENTURI...
  • Page 43 Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page 3-3 Pull the range away from the wall so that you Slide the maintop to the right so that the left can access the back. hinge pin is free of the hinge bracket, (see the...
  • Page 44: Removing The Maintop-Conventional Burner Models

    REMOVING THE MAINTOP Conventional Burner Models Slide the maintop to the left so that the hinge WARNING pin is free of the right hinge bracket, (see the inset), and to the right so that it is free of the left bracket, then remove the maintop. Electrical Shock Hazard Disconnect from electrical supply before servic- MAINTOP...
  • Page 45: Removing A Sealed Burner & A Venturi

    Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page 3-5 REMOVING A SEALED BURNER & A VENTURI REMOVING A VENTURI WARNING Turn off the gas to the range and disconnect the power cord from the wall outlet.
  • Page 46: Removing A Conventional Burner

    REMOVING A CONVENTIONAL BURNER If installed, remove the shipping screw from WARNING the burner, then lift and unhook the burner from the burner bracket, and remove it from the range. Electrical Shock Hazard Disconnect from electrical supply before servic- BURNER BRACKET ing unit.
  • Page 47: Removing A Spark Ignitor Switch & Gas Valve

    Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page 3-7 REMOVING A SPARK IGNITOR SWITCH & GAS VALVE To remove a defective spark ignitor switch, WARNING press a small screwdriver blade into the wire slots, and pull the wires out of the connector, then insert the wires into the new switch.
  • Page 48 REMOVING THE OVEN THERMOSTAT Standing Pilot Models Remove the gas lines from the oven thermo- WARNING stat. OVEN LINER Electrical Shock Hazard Disconnect from electrical supply before servic- ing unit. Failure to do so could result in death or electrical SCREW shock.
  • Page 49: Removing The Oven Thermostat-Electronic Ignition Models

    Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page 3-9 REMOVING THE OVEN THERMOSTAT Electronic Ignition Models Pull the knob off the control shaft. WARNING WIRES Electrical Shock Hazard CONSOLE PANEL Disconnect from electrical supply before servic- ing unit.
  • Page 50: Sealed Burner Models

    REMOVING THE IGNITOR MODULE & A BURNER IGNITOR Sealed Burner Models REMOVING A BURNER IGNITOR WARNING Pull the range away from the wall so that you can access the back. Electrical Shock Hazard Turn off the gas to the range and disconnect Disconnect from electrical supply before servic- the power cord from the wall outlet.
  • Page 51 Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page 3-11 SIDE OF UPPER CONSOLE LOCKING TAB WHITE IGNITOR MODULE TO BURNER IGNITORS MOUNTING SCREW IGNITOR MODULE REMOVE UPPER UPPER ACCESS COVER CONSOLE ROUTE WIRES THROUGH UPPER CONSOLE...
  • Page 52 REMOVING THE IGNITOR MODULE & A BURNER IGNITOR Conventional Burner Models Lift the maintop until the support rods lock. WARNING Electrical Shock Hazard Disconnect from electrical supply before servic- ing unit. Failure to do so could result in death or electrical shock.
  • Page 53 Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page 3-13 SIDE OF UPPER CONSOLE LOCKING TAB IGNITOR MODULE MOUNTING SCREWS TO BURNER IGNITORS IGNITOR MODULE UPPER CONSOLE REMOVE UPPER ACCESS COVER BURNER IGNITORS 3-13...
  • Page 54: Removing The Upper Console

    REMOVING THE UPPER CONSOLE Remove the ignitor module from the console WARNING (use the procedure on page 3-10 or page 3-12). It is not necessary to disconnect the wires from the module. Electrical Shock Hazard Disconnect the wires from the terminals of the Disconnect from electrical supply before servic- manual oven light switch (not on all models).
  • Page 55 Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page 3-15 GREEN GROUND WIRE REMOVE THESE 3 SCREWS AT BOTH ENDS OF THE UPPER CONSOLE TO DISASSEMBLE AND REASSEMBLE THE UPPER CONSOLE REMOVE THESE TWO SCREWS AT BOTH SIDES...
  • Page 56: Removing The Electronic Oven Control

    REMOVING THE ELECTRONIC OVEN CONTROL Without disconnecting any wires, remove the WARNING mounting screws from the electronic oven control and remove it from the back of the console. Electrical Shock Hazard Disconnect from electrical supply before servic- MOUNTING OVEN CONTROL ing unit.
  • Page 57: Removing An Oven Light Switch

    Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page 3-17 REMOVING AN OVEN LIGHT SWITCH REMOVING THE AUTOMATIC WARNING OVEN LIGHT SWITCH NOTE: The automatic oven light switch can have Electrical Shock Hazard two or four terminals. The 4-terminal switch has...
  • Page 58 REMOVING THE PRESSURE REGULATOR Standing Pilot Models Remove the screw from the gas manifold WARNING bracket that is next to the pressure regulator. GAS PRESSURE Electrical Shock Hazard REGULATOR GAS LINE IN Disconnect from electrical supply before servic- GAS MANIFOLD ing unit.
  • Page 59 Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page 3-19 REMOVING THE GAS SAFETY VALVE Standing Pilot Models Remove the racks from inside the oven. WARNING Remove the oven floor and the heat shield (see the page 3-21).
  • Page 60: Removing The Pressure Regulator & Gas Safety Valve-Electronic Ignition Models

    REMOVING THE PRESSURE REGULATOR & GAS SAFETY VALVE Electronic Ignition Models Pull the range away from the wall so that you WARNING can access the back. Turn off the gas to the range and disconnect Electrical Shock Hazard the power cord from the wall outlet. Disconnect from electrical supply before servic- Remove the oven burner from the oven (see ing unit.
  • Page 61: Removing The Oven Burner & Ignitor

    Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page 3-21 REMOVING THE OVEN BURNER & IGNITOR Remove the heat shield from the oven . WARNING Electrical Shock Hazard Disconnect from electrical supply before servic- ing unit.
  • Page 62: Removing The Oven Temperature Sensor

    REMOVING THE OVEN TEMPERATURE SENSOR From behind the range, remove the lower WARNING access cover. Electrical Shock Hazard Disconnect from electrical supply before servic- ing unit. Failure to do so could result in death or electrical shock. CAUTION: When you work on the gas range, be OVEN TEMPERATURE careful when handling the sheet metal parts.
  • Page 63: Removing An Oven Light Socket

    Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page 3-23 REMOVING AN OVEN LIGHT SOCKET Remove the racks from inside the oven. WARNING Unscrew the lens and the light bulb from the old oven light socket.
  • Page 64: Removing A Side Panel

    REMOVING A SIDE PANEL NOTE: The range is shown in the illustration on the WARNING next page with the maintop and burners removed for clarity. Also, the right side panel is shown removed. The left side panel is removed in the Electrical Shock Hazard same manner.
  • Page 65 Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page 3-25 REMOVE TOP END CAP SCREW 2 BURNER BOX SCREWS MANIFOLD PANEL KNOB REMOVE RIGHT 5 REAR SIDE PANEL SCREWS MANIFOLD PANEL SCREWS 3 TABS SLOTS 3-25...
  • Page 66: Removing The Oven Door Gasket

    REMOVING THE OVEN DOOR GASKET 1. Turn off the gas to the range and disconnect the WARNING power cord from the wall outlet. 2. Open the oven door and pull the clips on the old silicone rubber gasket out of the holes in the Electrical Shock Hazard front of the oven, and install the new gasket in Disconnect from electrical supply before servic-...
  • Page 67: Removing The Oven Door Handle, Top Trim, & Outer Door Glass

    Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page 3-27 REMOVING THE OVEN DOOR HANDLE, TOP TRIM, & OUTER DOOR GLASS REMOVING THE TOP TRIM WARNING & OUTER DOOR GLASS Turn off the gas to the range and disconnect Electrical Shock Hazard the power cord from the wall outlet.
  • Page 68: Removing The Inner Door Glass

    REMOVING THE INNER DOOR GLASS Position the new inner door glass in the open- WARNING ing of the door liner. INNER Electrical Shock Hazard DOOR GLASS Disconnect from electrical supply before servic- ing unit. Failure to do so could result in death or electrical shock.
  • Page 69: Removing A Hinge Assembly

    Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page 3-29 REMOVING A HINGE ASSEMBLY On the hinge assembly that you wish to re- WARNING move, place the bottom of your shoe against the end of the hinge , and move it just enough...
  • Page 70 Remove the two flat-head screws from the Use the bottom of your shoe, and move the bottom of the hinge assembly, then, without arm on the defective hinge assembly from the disturbing the arm, carefully lift the old hinge “broil position” to the “fully closed” position so assembly out of the oven door, and set it that it cannot snap closed accidentally and aside.
  • Page 71: Removing The Broiler Glides

    Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page 3-31 REMOVING THE BROILER GLIDES Turn off the gas to the range and disconnect WARNING the power cord from the wall outlet. Slide out the broiler and remove it from the Electrical Shock Hazard range.
  • Page 72 — NOTES — 3-32...
  • Page 73: Component Description & Testing

    Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page 4-1 COMPONENT DESCRIPTION & TESTING TROUBLESHOOTING OVEN LIGHT Reconnect power to the range and touch the AC voltmeter leads to one of the light switch terminals and the neutral side of the line.
  • Page 74: Some Models

    WARNING Electrical Shock Hazard Disconnect from electrical supply before ser- vicing unit. Failure to do so could result in death or electrical shock. AUTOMATIC OVEN LIGHT MANUAL OVEN LIGHT SWITCH SWITCH NORMALLY OPEN (SOME MODELS) (GOLD) CONTACTS DOOR OPEN = SWITCH OPEN NORMALLY CLOSED DOOR OPEN = SWITCH CLOSED...
  • Page 75 Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page 4-3 OVEN BURNER IGNITER Test Procedure WARNING Electrical Shock Hazard OVEN BURNER Disconnect from electrical supply before ser- IGNITOR vicing unit. Failure to do so could result in death or electrical shock.
  • Page 76 TOP BURNER IGNITOR SYSTEM (4) Spark Ignitor Switches Description SWITCH PART # = Y-68014-3 PRINT COLOR = GREEN 0˚ REF. RATING = 10A @ 120 VAC The maintop burner ignitor system consists of ACTUATOR ROTATION = CCW the following components: Ignitor Module 100˚...
  • Page 77 Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page 4-5 TOP BURNER GAS VALVES Test Procedure GAS OUTLET WARNING Electrical Shock Hazard Disconnect from electrical supply before ser- GAS INLET vicing unit. Failure to do so could result in death or 45˚...
  • Page 78: Oven Temperature Sensor

    OVEN TEMPERATURE SENSOR Test Procedure WARNING Electrical Shock Hazard Disconnect from electrical supply before ser- vicing unit. Failure to do so could result in death or OVEN TEMPERATURE electrical shock. SENSOR 2-WIRE SENSOR To test the oven temperature sensor, perform CONNECTOR the following steps: Description...
  • Page 79 Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page 4-7 WARNING Electrical Shock Hazard Disconnect from electrical supply before ser- vicing unit. Failure to do so could result in death or electrical shock. GAS SAFETY VALVE...
  • Page 80: Pressure Regulator

    PRESSURE REGULATOR Test Procedure WARNING Electrical Shock Hazard Disconnect from electrical supply before ser- vicing unit. Failure to do so could result in death or electrical shock. Description Occasionally it may be necessary to adjust the The pressure regulator is a mechanical device outgoing pressure of the pressure regulator.
  • Page 81: Troubleshooting Chart

    Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page 4-9 Troubleshooting Chart WARNING Electrical Shock Hazard Certain procedures in this section require electrical tests or measurements while power is applied to the range. Exercise extreme caution at all times. If test points are not easily accessible, disconnect power, attach test equipment, and reapply power to test.
  • Page 82 POSSIBLE CAUSE PROBLEM SOLUTION Control knob will not turn. Press in on the knob before turning. If knob is still hard to turn, replace the gas valve. “PF” shows on the display. There has been a power failure. Reset the clock. A failure code (E3, F1, etc.) is show- Press the CANCEL/OFF keypad.
  • Page 83: Oven Temperature Calibration (Electronic Oven Controls)

    Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page 4-11 OVEN TEMPERATURE CALIBRATION (ELECTRONIC OVEN CONTROLS) The oven temperature is factory-calibrated. tinue increasing the temperature in 5˚ The calibration temperature can be increased increments, touch and release the key- to a maximum 35˚, in 5˚...
  • Page 84: Error Codes (Electronic Oven Controls)

    ERROR CODES (ELECTRONIC OVEN CONTROLS) NORMAL CODES pressing the CANCEL/OFF keypad. The code will return if the user attempts to use the range The microcomputer contains self-diagnostic before the failure has been corrected. codes that will be displayed on the control panel whenever a failure occurs when using the range.
  • Page 85: Tech Tips

    Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page 5-1 TECH TIPS WIRING DIAGRAM OVEN CONTROL P4-3 P4-1 OVEN LIGHT TRANSFORMER P3-3 DOOR P4-4 P3-4 OVEN TEMP SENSOR P3-6 P3-7 P2-1 P2-2 BAKE VALVE BAKE IGNITOR...
  • Page 86: Strip Circuits

    STRIP CIRCUITS BAKE OVEN CONTROL TRANSFORMER P4-1 P4-3 OVEN CONTROL BAKE VALVE RELAY BAKE RELAY BAKE IGNITOR P2-2 P2-1 P2-4 P3-6 P3-7 TEMP SENSOR CLOCK DISPLAY ON OVEN CONTROL TRANSFORMER P4-3 P4-1 OVEN LIGHT OVEN LIGHT QUICK DISCONNECT PLUGS...
  • Page 87: Specifications

    Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page 5-3 SPECIFICATIONS Whirlpool Models Gas Model Number SF300OSE W/N SF302OEE W/N SF302BSE W/N SF304PEE W/N General Information: Cleaning System Standard Standard Standard Standard Burner Type Open - Pilot...
  • Page 88 Gas Model Number SF300OSE W/N SF302OEE W/N SF302BSE W/N SF304PEE W/N Cooktop Features: Cooktop Type High UpSwp-Porc. High UpSwp-Porc. High UpSwp-Porc. High UpSwp-Porc. Burner Type Open - Pilot Open Open - Pilot Open Burner Cap Type Ignition Pilot Electronic Pilot Electronic Gas Valves 90 Degree...
  • Page 89 Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page 5-5 Gas Model Number SF300OSE W/N SF302OEE W/N SF302BSE W/N SF304PEE W/N Oven Features (Continued): Heat Seal Silicone Silicone Silicone Silicone Broiler Pan Finish Porcelain Porcelain Porcelain...
  • Page 90 Gas Model Number SF304PEE Q SF305PEE W/N SF305PEE Q SF315PEE W/N General Information: Cleaning System Standard Standard Standard Standard Burner Type Open Sealed Sealed Sealed Valve Degrees Oven Door Type White Glass Black Glass White Glass Black Glass Oven Window & Size Yes - Standard Yes - Standard Yes - Standard...
  • Page 91 Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page 5-7 Gas Model Number SF304PEE Q SF305PEE W/N SF305PEE Q SF315PEE W/N Cooktop Features: Cooktop Type High UpSwp-Porc. High UpSwp-Porc. High UpSwp-Porc. High UpSwp-Porc. Burner Type Open...
  • Page 92 Gas Model Number SF304PEE Q SF305PEE W/N SF305PEE Q SF315PEE W/N Oven Features (Continued): Heat Seal Silicone Silicone Silicone Silicone Broiler Pan Finish Porcelain Porcelain Porcelain Porcelain Broiler Grid Finish Porcelain Porcelain Porcelain Porcelain Oven Light In Cavity Yes - 1 Yes - 1 Yes - 1 Yes - 1...
  • Page 93 Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page 5-9 Gas Model Number SF315PEE Q SF325PEE W/N SF325PEE Q/Z General Information: Cleaning System Standard Standard Standard Burner Type Sealed Sealed Sealed Valve Degrees Oven Door Type...
  • Page 94 Gas Model Number SF315PEE Q SF325PEE W/N SF325PEE Q/Z Cooktop Features: Cooktop Type High UpSwp-Porc. High UpSwp-Porc. High UpSwp-Porc. Burner Type Sealed Sealed Sealed Burner Cap Type Porcelain Porcelain Porcelain Ignition Electronic Electronic Electronic Gas Valves 90 Degree 200 Degree 200 Degree Burner BTU: Right Front 9,500 BTU...
  • Page 95 Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page 5-11 Gas Model Number SF315PEE Q SF325PEE W/N SF325PEE Q/Z Oven Features (Continued): Heat Seal Silicone Silicone Silicone Broiler Pan Finish Porcelain Porcelain Porcelain Broiler Grid Finish...
  • Page 96 Roper Models Gas Model Number FGP310E W/N FGP315E W/N FGP320E W/N General Information: Cleaning System Standard Standard Standard Burner Type Open - Pilot Open Open - Pilot Valve Degrees Oven Door Type Steel Steel Black Glass Oven Window & Size Broiler Type Drop Down Drop Down...
  • Page 97 Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page 5-13 Gas Model Number FGP310E W/N FGP315E W/N FGP320E W/N Cooktop Features: Cooktop Type High UpSwp-Porc. High UpSwp-Porc. High UpSwp-Porc. Burner Type Open - Pilot Open Open - Pilot...
  • Page 98 Gas Model Number FGP310E W/N FGP315E W/N FGP320E W/N Oven Features (Continued): Heat Seal Silicone Silicone Silicone Broiler Pan Finish Porcelain Porcelain Porcelain Broiler Grid Finish Porcelain Porcelain Porcelain Oven Light In Cavity Auto Oven Light Switch Manual Oven Light Switch Oven Door Features: Oven Door Type Steel...
  • Page 99 Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page 5-15 Gas Model Number FLP320E W/N FGP325E W/N FGP335E W/N FGP335E Q General Information: Cleaning System Standard Standard Standard Standard Burner Type Open - Pilot Open Open...
  • Page 100 Gas Model Number FLP320E W/N FGP325E W/N FGP335E W/N FGP335E Q Cooktop Features: Cooktop Type High UpSwp-Porc. High UpSwp-Porc. High UpSwp-Porc. High UpSwp-Porc. Burner Type Open - Pilot Open Open Open Burner Cap Type Ignition Pilot Electronic Electronic Electronic Gas Valves 90 Degree 90 Degree 90 Degree...
  • Page 101 Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page 5-17 Gas Model Number FLP320E W/N FGP325E W/N FGP335E W/N FGP335E Q Oven Features (Continued): Heat Seal Silicone Silicone Silicone Silicone Broiler Pan Finish Porcelain Porcelain Porcelain...
  • Page 102 Estate Model Gas Model Number TGP325E W General Information: Cleaning System Standard Burner Type Open Valve Degrees Oven Door Type Black Glass Oven Window & Size Broiler Type Drop Down Oven Controls Mech. Therm. Oven Light Dimensions: Height - Overall 46.1"...
  • Page 103 Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page 5-19 Gas Model Number TGP325E W Cooktop Features: Cooktop Type High UpSwp-Porc. Burner Type Open Burner Cap Type Ignition Electronic Gas Valves 90 Degree Burner BTU: Right Front...
  • Page 104 Gas Model Number TGP325E W Oven Features (Continued): Heat Seal Silicone Broiler Pan Finish Porcelain Broiler Grid Finish Porcelain Oven Light In Cavity Auto Oven Light Switch Manual Oven Light Switch Oven Door Features: Oven Door Type Black Glass Oven Door Window & Size Door Latch Removable Door &...
  • Page 105: Model And Serial Number Explanation

    Cooking Products Service Manual 4321890 Original July, 1996 © 1996 Whirlpool Corporation Page 5-21 MODEL AND SERIAL NUMBER EXPLANATION MODEL NUMBER MODEL NUMBER P E E Q INTERNATIONAL SALES IND. OR MARKETING CHANNEL, IF PRESENT PRODUCT GROUP S = GAS RANGES...
  • Page 106: Warranty

    This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state-to-state. Outside the United States, a different warranty may apply. For details, please contact your authorized Whirlpool distributor or military exchange.

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