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KITCHENAID
ELECTRONIC
RANGE
CONTROLS
"B" & "D" LINE WALL OVENS
JOB AID
Part No. 4317169

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  • Page 1 KITCHENAID ELECTRONIC RANGE CONTROLS “B” & “D” LINE WALL OVENS JOB AID Part No. 4317169...
  • Page 2 OBJECTIVE The objective of this Job Aid is to allow the experienced appliance techni- cian to become familiar with the operation of the KitchenAid Electronic Range Control. This Job Aid follows the instructions contained on the companion training disk, and is designed as reference material.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    KitchenAid Electronic Range Controls—“B” Line Freestanding ........... Page 4 KitchenAid Electronic Range Controls—“B” Line Freestanding/Slide-In ......Page 6 KitchenAid Electronic Range Controls—“D” Line Wall Ovens ..........Page 7 Reading The Graphic Display ....................Page 12 KitchenAid Electronic Range Controls—“Easy Convect” ............ Page 13 KitchenAid Electronic Range Controls—“Easy Convect (Meats)”...
  • Page 4 — NOTES — - iv -...
  • Page 5: Important Safety Information

    Important Safety Information This manual is intended for factory-service technicians only. We recommend that customers DO NOT service their own units, because of the complexity and risk of high-voltage electrical shock. The following information is used throughout this manual, and should be read carefully. WARNING NOTE Helpful information that explains a more compli-...
  • Page 6 Installation Layout SLIDE-IN ELECTRIC RANGES than #28 MSG sheet steel, 0.015 " stainless steel, Refer to Figure 1 while you read the following installation information. 0.024 " aluminum, or 0.020 " copper. A minimum clearance of 36 " (91.4 cm) between the top of the Proper installation is your responsibility.
  • Page 7 FREESTANDING GAS RANGES Refer to Figure 2 while you read the following than #28 MSG sheet steel, 0.015 " stainless steel, installation information. 0.024 " aluminum, or 0.020 " copper. A minimum clearance of 36 " (91.4 cm) between the top of the Proper installation is your responsibility.
  • Page 8 – Full Meal Convect: Ten preprogrammed cook cycles and one fa- vorite cooking cycle. • 2nd through 5th year parts only warranty on the control. Slide-In • Electric Models: • Gas Models: – KESS300B – KGST300B – KESC300B – KGST307B – KESC307B – KESH307B Freestanding •...
  • Page 9 Electronic Range Controls Slide-In Keypad Layout Convection Slide-In START 88: 88 Graphic Oven Display HR MIN MIN SEC CLOCK SET - START CANCEL #12 #0 OVEN CANCEL LIGHT START Keypad Layout Non-Convection Slide-In START Graphic Oven Display CLOCK SET - START CANCEL Control OVEN...
  • Page 10 Electronic Range Controls Freestanding Keypad Layout Convection Freestanding START 88: 88 Graphic Oven Display HR MIN MIN SEC CLOCK OVEN SET - START LIGHT CANCEL CANCEL NIGHT START SURFACE LIGHT Keypad Layout Non-Convection Freestanding START Graphic Oven Display CLOCK SET - START CANCEL SURFACE OVEN...
  • Page 11 Electronic Range Controls The Graphic Display NOTE: Ring element used on electric models only. START NIGHT LIGHT DELAY 18:88 TIME SET PROBE TEMP STOP 18:88 CHECK TIME RAISING 8:88 FOOD AT BREAD DEHYDRATE CONVECTION ENTER STANDARD COOK TIME CLOSE CONTROL LOCK COOK TEMP CLEAN TIME EASYCONVECT...
  • Page 12 Electronic Range Controls Reading The Graphic Display Broiler Heat Indicator START NIGHT LIGHT DELAY 18:88 TIME SET PROBE TEMP STOP 18:88 CHECK TIME RAISING 8:88 FOOD AT BREAD DEHYDRATE CONVECTION ENTER STANDARD COOK TIME CLOSE CONTROL LOCK COOK TEMP CLEAN TIME EASYCONVECT DOOR LOCKED START ? Bake Heat Indicator...
  • Page 13 Electronic Range Controls Easy Convect™ • Available on convection models only. • Allows the consumer to cook standard oven recipes in the convection mode. • Three Easy Convect cooking functions: – Baked Goods: Converts temperature by –50˚F. – Meats: Converts time by –20% and temperature by –25˚F. –...
  • Page 14 Electronic Range Controls Easy Convect (Meats) START NIGHT LIGHT DELAY 18:88 TIME SET PROBE TEMP STOP 18:88 CHECK TIME RAISING FOOD AT BREAD DEHYDRATE CONVECTION ENTER STANDARD COOK TIME CLOSE CONTROL LOCK COOK TEMP CLEAN TIME EASYCONVECT DOOR LOCKED START ? START NOTE: Ring element used...
  • Page 15 Electronic Range Controls Easy Convect (Meats) Temperature adjusted by 25˚ Convection Cooking Time adjusted by 20% START NIGHT LIGHT DELAY 1:00 TIME SET PROBE TEMP STOP 1:48 CHECK TIME RAISING FOOD AT BREAD DEHYDRATE CONVECTION ENTER STANDARD COOK TIME CLOSE CONTROL LOCK COOK TEMP CLEAN TIME EASYCONVECT...
  • Page 16: Sabbath Mode

    Electronic Range Controls Sabbath Mode • Allows the consumer to meet the “No Work” requirements of the Jewish Sabbath. This means that: – The range will operate nonstop as long as power is applied to the range bypassing the 12-hour shutdown default. –...
  • Page 17 Electronic Range Controls Sabbath Mode START NIGHT LIGHT DELAY 18:88 TIME SET PROBE TEMP STOP 18:88 3 7 5 CHECK TIME RAISING 8:88 FOOD AT BREAD DEHYDRATE CONVECTION ENTER STANDARD COOK TIME CLOSE CONTROL LOCK COOK TEMP CLEAN TIME EASYCONVECT DOOR LOCKED START ? START NOTE:...
  • Page 18 Electronic Range Controls Sabbath Mode START NIGHT LIGHT DELAY 18:88 TIME SET PROBE TEMP STOP 18:88 3 7 5 CHECK TIME RAISING 8:88 FOOD AT BREAD DEHYDRATE CONVECTION ENTER STANDARD COOK TIME CLOSE CONTROL LOCK COOK TEMP CLEAN TIME EASYCONVECT DOOR LOCKED START ? CONVECTION MODELS NOTE:...
  • Page 19: Clean Mode

    Electronic Range Controls Clean Mode START 4:30 NIGHT LIGHT DELAY TIME SET PROBE TEMP STOP 8:00 CHECK TIME RAISING 3:30 FOOD AT BREAD DEHYDRATE CONVECTION ENTER STANDARD COOK TIME CLOSE CONTROL LOCK COOK TEMP CLEAN TIME EASYCONVECT DOOR LOCKED START ? START CANCEL OVEN...
  • Page 20 Electronic Range Controls Clean Mode START 4:30 NIGHT LIGHT DELAY TIME SET PROBE TEMP STOP 8:00 CHECK TIME RAISING 3:30 FOOD AT BREAD DEHYDRATE CONVECTION ENTER STANDARD COOK TIME CLOSE CONTROL LOCK COOK TEMP CLEAN TIME EASYCONVECT DOOR LOCKED START ? START CANCEL OVEN...
  • Page 21 Electronic Range Controls Clean Mode START 4:30 NIGHT LIGHT DELAY TIME SET PROBE TEMP STOP 8:00 CHECK TIME RAISING 3:00 FOOD AT BREAD DEHYDRATE CONVECTION ENTER STANDARD COOK TIME CLOSE CONTROL LOCK COOK TEMP CLEAN TIME EASYCONVECT DOOR LOCKED START ? START CANCEL OVEN...
  • Page 22 Electronic Range Controls Clean Mode START NIGHT LIGHT DELAY 4:30 TIME SET PROBE TEMP STOP 8:00 CHECK TIME RAISING FOOD AT BREAD DEHYDRATE CONVECTION ENTER STANDARD COOK TIME CLOSE CONTROL LOCK COOK TEMP CLEAN TIME EASYCONVECT DOOR LOCKED START ? START CANCEL OVEN...
  • Page 23 Electronic Range Controls Clean Mode START 8:88 NIGHT LIGHT DELAY TIME SET PROBE TEMP STOP 8:88 8:88 CHECK TIME RAISING 8:88 FOOD AT BREAD DEHYDRATE CONVECTION ENTER STANDARD COOK TIME CLOSE CONTROL LOCK COOK TEMP CLEAN TIME EASYCONVECT DOOR LOCKED START ? START CANCEL OVEN...
  • Page 24 Electronic Range Controls Clean Mode START NIGHT LIGHT DELAY 8:88 TIME SET PROBE TEMP STOP 8:88 8:88 CHECK TIME RAISING 8:88 FOOD AT BREAD DEHYDRATE CONVECTION ENTER STANDARD COOK TIME CLOSE CONTROL LOCK COOK TEMP CLEAN TIME EASYCONVECT DOOR LOCKED START ? START CANCEL OVEN...
  • Page 25 Things To Know • Replacement service controls must be programmed to meet the range configuration they are being used in. Fail- ure to do so will result in an F-code (F1 - E3). Program Procedure Press the following keypad sequence after the unit has been powered up.
  • Page 26 Things To Know (Cont’d) • On gas models only, the conmvection fan is delay-started 1-minute for any convection cook cycle. • On gas models the convection fan cycles on and off dur- ing operation. — On for 10-seconds and off for 20-seconds in convection broil. —...
  • Page 27 Range Cooling System Refer to Figure 3 while you read this section. • A cooling fan, in the storage drawer area, is used to maintain optimum temperatures in the console areas. • Restrictions to the air flow in the cooling systems can cause prema- ture failure of the controls or the thermal protectors.
  • Page 28 Component Layout Refer to Figures 4 & 5 for the locations of the individual components in the electric and gas ranges. SURFACE ELEMENTS OVEN TEMPERATURE SENSOR HOT SURFACE LIGHTS (4) INFINITE CONTROLS (4) MAINTOP GLASS INDICATOR LIGHT (4) OVEN VENT CONTROL PANEL OVEN LIGHT SWITCH CONTROL PANEL...
  • Page 29: The Control Panel

    Accessing Components Behind The Control Panel The following major components are serviced by removing the control panel: - Computer Board - Burner Valves & Switches - Capacitive Glass Panel - Hi Limit Thermal Switch - Cooling Fan Thermal Switch END CAP SCREW (On Slide-In Models Only) CONTROL PANEL...
  • Page 30 Accessing Components Under The Cooktop The following major components are serviced by raising the cooktop: - Surface Burner Assemblies - Ignitors - Ceran Element Assemblies RANGE TOP SCREWS (4) END CAP SCREW (On Slide-In Models Only) CONTROL PANEL ELECTRONICS BOARD CONTROL PANEL SCREWS (3) END CAP...
  • Page 31: Convection Fan Motor

    Accessing Components Behind The Rear Panel The following major components are serviced by removing the component and access covers: - Locking Solenoid - Convection Fan Motor - Temperature Sensor (Freestanding Models Only) REAR PANEL TABS PANEL MOUNTING SCREWS (3) COMPONENTS COVER ACCESS COVER...
  • Page 32: The Storage Drawer

    Accessing Components Behind The Storage Drawer The following major components are serviced by removing the storage drawer: - Cooling Fan - Burner Valve & Pressure Regulator - Ignitor Module - Double Line Break (DLB) Relay (Electric Only) PRESSURE REGULATOR FAN RELAY COOLING FAN STORAGE DRAWER HOUSING...
  • Page 33: Error Codes

    Error Codes The microcomputer contains self-diagnostic codes that will be dis- played on the control panel whenever a failure occurs when using the range. Audible 1-second and 5-second tones will sound to alert the user whenever a failure code is being displayed. Each code can be cancelled by pressing the CANCEL/OFF keypad.
  • Page 34: Hidden Functions

    Hidden Functions The displays shown in the chart are codes that are programmed into the range that are not normally displayed. To use these hidden codes, touch and hold the indicated keypad for 5-seconds. The display’s code is described in the following chart.
  • Page 35 The Component Test Charts Test Chart 1 COMPONENT COMPONENT TEST PROCEDURE TEST RESULTS ILLUSTRATION Test all input and output Refer to the error codes Electronics Board connections to board. on the previous two pages. Infinite Switches Set the ohmmeter to Switch ON Switch OFF R x 1.
  • Page 36 Test Chart 2 COMPONENT COMPONENT TEST PROCEDURE TEST RESULTS ILLUSTRATION Coil Elements Set the ohmmeter to R x 1. Connect the meter leads 8 " Coil (2600W) = 22 Ω ±5 Ω to the element termi- nals, and measure the 6 "...
  • Page 37 Test Chart 3 COMPONENT COMPONENT TEST PROCEDURE TEST RESULTS ILLUSTRATION Double Line Break Set the ohmmeter to (DLB) Relay R x 1. DOUBLE LINE Connect the meter leads BREAK RELAY to DLB relay terminals 3 & 4. Apply 120 VAC to termi- YELLOW WHITE nals 1 &...
  • Page 38: Wiring Diagram

    Wiring Diagram Electric Ranges (RED) P L1 L2 P L1 L2 P L1 L2 P L1 L2 P L1 L2 SWITCH & ELEMENT H1 H2 H1 H2 H1 H2 H1 H2 H1 H2 WIRING FOR COIL ELEMENT COOKTOP R.F. R.R. L.R.
  • Page 39: Strip Circuits

    Strip Circuits Electric Ranges BAKE (& PREHEAT) ELECTRONICS BOARD BAKE ELEMENT BAKE SHUTDOWN SWITCH RELAY OUTER BROIL ECONOMY BROIL BAKE ELEMENT ELECTRONICS SHUTDOWN BOARD INNER SWITCH RELAY BROIL STANDARD BROIL ELECTRONICS BAKE ELEMENT INNER BOARD SHUTDOWN BROIL SWITCH RELAY OUTER BROIL - 35 -...
  • Page 40 CLEAN ELECTRONICS BAKE ELEMENT BOARD SHUTDOWN BAKE SWITCH RELAY OUTER BROIL LATCH DRIVING CIRCUIT ELECTRONICS BOARD LATCHING LOCK NC SOLENOID J1-3 J1-8 270 Ω UNLOCK NO PULSE RELAY DIRECTION 0.1 SECONDS RELAY ACTIVATION CONVECTION ROAST, PREHEAT FOR CONVECTION BAKE, DEHY- DRATE, &...
  • Page 41: Convection Broil

    CONVECTION BROIL ELECTRONICS BAKE ELEMENT BOARD INNER SHUTDOWN BROIL SWITCH RELAY OUTER BROIL J1-3 J1-6 COOLING FAN MOTOR CONVECTION BAKE, DEHY- DRATE, RAISING BREAD BAKE ELEMENT ELECTRONICS CONV. SHUTDOWN BOARD ELEMENT SWITCH RELAY J1-3 J1-6 COOLING FAN MOTOR OVEN LIGHT ELECTRONICS OVEN LIGHT BOARD...
  • Page 42 Wiring Diagram Gas Ranges NEUTRAL 120 VAC SPARK EARTH GND IGNITION 1 L.R. MODULE 2 L.F. 3 R.F. 4 R.R. (GREEN) (BLACK) COOLING FAN THERMAL SW. (N.O.) CONTROL PANEL (WHITE) SHUTDOWN SW. (N.C.) (NON RESET) RETURNS FL. LAMP BALLAST OVEN LIGHT STROBES LINK=MEMBRANE KEYS CONVECT.
  • Page 43 Strip Circuits Gas Ranges BAKE ELECTRONICS BOARD BAKE RELAY OUTER BROIL BROIL ELECTRONICS BROIL BOARD BROIL VALVE IGNITOR CONVECTION BAKE & ROAST BAKE BURNER ELECTRONICS SHUTDOWN BAKE BAKE BOARD SWITCH VALVE IGNITOR J1-6 CONVECT. FAN MOTOR - 39 -...
  • Page 44 CONVECTION BROIL ELECTRONICS BOARD BROIL BROIL IGNITOR VALVE J1-6 CONVECT. FAN MOTOR CLEAN First 30-Minutes ELECTRONICS BOARD BROIL BROIL IGNITOR VALVE After 30-Minutes ELECTRONICS BOARD BAKE BAKE BAKE BURNER IGNITOR VALVE SHUTDOWN SWITCH - 40 -...
  • Page 45: Cooling Fan Motor

    LATCH DRIVING CIRCUIT ELECTRONICS BOARD LATCHING LOCK NC SOLENOID J1-3 J1-8 270 Ω UNLOCK NO PULSE RELAY DIRECTION 0.1 SECONDS RELAY ACTIVATION COOLING FAN MOTOR COOLING FAN COOLING FAN MOTOR THERMAL SWITCH N.C. OVEN LIGHT OVEN LIGHT ELECTRONICS BOARD J1-5 - 41 -...
  • Page 46 Confirmation of Understanding 1. On gas model ranges, the convection fan cycles ON for - seconds and OFF for - seconds in convection broil mode. 2. The oven temperature sensor mounting screw is accessed from the on freestanding models, and from the on slide-in models.
  • Page 47 — NOTES — - 43 -...
  • Page 48 Answers 1. 10-seconds & 20-seconds 2. rear & front 3. True 4. False 5. False 6. single 7. air flow 8. False 9. True 10. False - 44 -...
  • Page 49 KitchenAid Electronic Range Controls “B” Line Freestanding/Slide-In “D” Line Built-In Wall Ovens • Developed by Digital Appliance Control (DAC). • Used on Gas & Electric Models. – Slide-In: Up front glass “Capacitive Touch” switch membrane. – Freestanding: Up front glass “Capacitive Touch” membrane.
  • Page 50: Kitchenaid Electronic Range Controls-"b" Line Slide-in

    KitchenAid Electronic Range Controls “B” Line Slide-In • Electric Models: • Gas Models: – KESS300B – KGST300B – KESC300B – KGST307B – KESC307B – KESH307B - 2 -...
  • Page 51 KitchenAid Electronic Range Controls “B” Line Slide-In Keypad Layout Convection Slide-In START 88: 88 Graphic Oven Display HR MIN MIN SEC CLOCK SET - START CANCEL #12 #0 OVEN CANCEL LIGHT START Keypad Layout Non-Convection Slide-In START Graphic Oven Display...
  • Page 52: Kitchenaid Electronic Range Controls-"b" Line Freestanding

    KitchenAid Electronic Range Controls “B” Line Freestanding • Electric Models (Available in late 1995): – KERS500B – KERC500B – KERC507B – KERH507B • Gas Models: – KGRT500B – KGRT507B - 4 -...
  • Page 53 KitchenAid Electronic Range Controls “B” Line Freestanding Keypad Layout Convection Freestanding START 88: 88 Graphic Oven Display HR MIN MIN SEC CLOCK OVEN SET - START LIGHT CANCEL CANCEL NIGHT START SURFACE LIGHT Keypad Layout Non-Convection Freestanding START Graphic Oven Display...
  • Page 54: Kitchenaid Electronic Range Controls-"b" Line Freestanding/slide-in

    KitchenAid Electronic Range Controls “B” Line Freestanding/Slide-In NOTE: Ring element used on electric models only. START NIGHT LIGHT DELAY 18:88 TIME SET PROBE TEMP STOP 18:88 CHECK TIME RAISING 8:88 FOOD AT BREAD DEHYDRATE CONVECTION ENTER STANDARD COOK TIME CLOSE CONTROL LOCK...
  • Page 55: Kitchenaid Electronic Range Controls-"d" Line Wall Ovens

    KitchenAid Electronic Range Controls “D” Line Wall Ovens • Electric Models: 24" Ovens 27" Ovens 30" Ovens KEBI141D KEBI171D KEBI101D KEBS147D KEBS177D KEBS107D KEBS246D KEBS276D KEBS206D KEBS247D KEBS277D KEBS207D KEBS278D KEBS208D - 7 -...
  • Page 56 KitchenAid Electronic Range Controls “D” Line Wall Ovens Keypad Layout Convection Single START 88: 88 Graphic Oven Display HR MIN MIN SEC CLOCK SET - START CANCEL #12 #0 OVEN CANCEL LIGHT START Keypad Layout Non-Convection Single START Graphic Oven Display...
  • Page 57 KitchenAid Electronic Range Controls “D” Line Wall Ovens Keypad Layout Convection Double START 88: 88 Graphic Oven Display HR MIN MIN SEC UPPER OVEN CANCEL / OFF CLOCK UPPER SET - START OVEN LOWER OVEN LOWER #12 #0 OVEN CANCEL / OFF...
  • Page 58 KitchenAid Electronic Range Controls “D” Line Wall Ovens START DELAY 18:88 TIME SET PROBE TEMP STOP 18:88 CHECK TIME RAISING 8:88 FOOD AT BREAD DEHYDRATE CONVECTION ENTER STANDARD COOK TIME CLOSE CONTROL LOCK COOK TEMP CLEAN TIME EASYCONVECT DOOR LOCKED START ?
  • Page 59 KitchenAid Electronic Range Controls “D” Line Wall Ovens START DELAY 18:88 DELAY TIME SET PROBE TEMP STOP 18:88 CHECK TIME RAISING 8:88 FOOD AT BREAD DEHYDRATE CONVECTION CLOSE ENTER STANDARD COOK TIME DOOR CLOSE CONTROL LOCK COOK TEMP CLEAN TIME...
  • Page 60: Reading The Graphic Display

    Reading The Graphic Display Broiler Heat Indicator START NIGHT LIGHT DELAY 18:88 TIME SET PROBE TEMP STOP 18:88 CHECK TIME RAISING 8:88 FOOD AT BREAD DEHYDRATE CONVECTION ENTER STANDARD COOK TIME CLOSE CONTROL LOCK COOK TEMP CLEAN TIME EASYCONVECT DOOR LOCKED START ? Bake Heat Indicator Ring Element Electric Convection Only...
  • Page 61: Kitchenaid Electronic Range Controls-"easy Convect

    KitchenAid Electronic Range Controls “Easy Convect” • Available on convection models only. • Allows the consumer to cook standard oven recipes in the convection mode. • Three Easy Convect cooking functions: – Baked Goods: Converts time by –50% and temperature by –50˚F.
  • Page 62: Kitchenaid Electronic Range Controls-"easy Convect (meats)

    KitchenAid Electronic Range Controls “Easy Convect (Meats)” START NIGHT LIGHT DELAY 18:88 TIME SET PROBE TEMP STOP 18:88 CHECK TIME RAISING 8:88 FOOD AT BREAD DEHYDRATE CONVECTION ENTER STANDARD COOK TIME CLOSE CONTROL LOCK COOK TEMP CLEAN TIME EASYCONVECT DOOR LOCKED START ?
  • Page 63 KitchenAid Electronic Range Controls “Easy Convect (Meats)” Temperature START NIGHT LIGHT DELAY 18:88 TIME SET PROBE TEMP STOP 18:88 CHECK TIME RAISING 8:88 FOOD AT BREAD DEHYDRATE CONVECTION ENTER STANDARD COOK TIME CLOSE CONTROL LOCK COOK TEMP CLEAN TIME EASYCONVECT...
  • Page 64 KitchenAid Electronic Range Controls “Easy Convect (Meats)” START NIGHT LIGHT DELAY 18:88 TIME SET PROBE TEMP STOP 18:88 CHECK TIME RAISING 8:88 FOOD AT BREAD DEHYDRATE CONVECTION ENTER STANDARD COOK TIME CLOSE CONTROL LOCK COOK TEMP CLEAN TIME EASYCONVECT DOOR LOCKED START ?
  • Page 65 KitchenAid Electronic Range Controls “Easy Convect (Meats)” START NIGHT LIGHT DELAY 18:88 TIME SET PROBE TEMP STOP 18:88 CHECK TIME RAISING 8:88 FOOD AT BREAD DEHYDRATE CONVECTION ENTER STANDARD COOK TIME CLOSE CONTROL LOCK COOK TEMP CLEAN TIME EASYCONVECT DOOR LOCKED START ?
  • Page 66 KitchenAid Electronic Range Controls “Easy Convect (Meats)” START NIGHT LIGHT DELAY 18:88 TIME SET PROBE TEMP STOP 18:88 CHECK TIME RAISING FOOD AT BREAD DEHYDRATE CONVECTION ENTER STANDARD COOK TIME CLOSE CONTROL LOCK COOK TEMP CLEAN TIME EASYCONVECT DOOR LOCKED START ?
  • Page 67 KitchenAid Electronic Range Controls “Easy Convect (Meats)” START NIGHT LIGHT DELAY 18:88 TIME SET PROBE TEMP STOP 18:88 CHECK TIME RAISING FOOD AT BREAD DEHYDRATE CONVECTION ENTER STANDARD COOK TIME CLOSE CONTROL LOCK COOK TEMP CLEAN TIME EASYCONVECT DOOR LOCKED START ?
  • Page 68 KitchenAid Electronic Range Controls “Easy Convect (Meats)” START NIGHT LIGHT DELAY 18:88 TIME SET PROBE TEMP STOP 18:88 CHECK TIME RAISING FOOD AT BREAD DEHYDRATE CONVECTION ENTER STANDARD COOK TIME CLOSE CONTROL LOCK COOK TEMP CLEAN TIME EASYCONVECT DOOR LOCKED START ?
  • Page 69 KitchenAid Electronic Range Controls “Easy Convect (Meats)” START NIGHT LIGHT DELAY 18:88 TIME SET PROBE TEMP STOP 18:88 CHECK TIME RAISING FOOD AT BREAD DEHYDRATE CONVECTION ENTER STANDARD COOK TIME CLOSE CONTROL LOCK COOK TEMP CLEAN TIME EASYCONVECT DOOR LOCKED START ?
  • Page 70 KitchenAid Electronic Range Controls “Easy Convect (Meats)” Temperature adjusted by 25˚ Convection Cooking Time adjusted by 20% START NIGHT LIGHT DELAY 1:00 TIME SET PROBE TEMP STOP 1:48 CHECK TIME RAISING FOOD AT BREAD DEHYDRATE CONVECTION ENTER STANDARD COOK TIME...
  • Page 71: Kitchenaid Electronic Range Controls-"sabbath Mode

    KitchenAid Electronic Range Controls “Sabbath Mode” • Available on all KitchenAid models. • Allows the consumer to meet the “No Work” require- ments of the Jewish Sabbath. This means that: – The range will operate nonstop as long as power is applied to the range.
  • Page 72 KitchenAid Electronic Range Controls “Sabbath Mode” START NIGHT LIGHT DELAY 18:88 TIME SET PROBE TEMP STOP 18:88 8:88 CHECK TIME RAISING 8:88 FOOD AT BREAD DEHYDRATE CONVECTION ENTER STANDARD COOK TIME CLOSE CONTROL LOCK COOK TEMP CLEAN TIME EASYCONVECT DOOR LOCKED START ?
  • Page 73 KitchenAid Electronic Range Controls “Sabbath Mode” Temperature START NIGHT LIGHT DELAY 18:88 TIME SET PROBE TEMP STOP 18:88 3:50 CHECK TIME RAISING 8:88 FOOD AT BREAD DEHYDRATE CONVECTION ENTER STANDARD COOK TIME CLOSE CONTROL LOCK COOK TEMP CLEAN TIME EASYCONVECT...
  • Page 74 KitchenAid Electronic Range Controls “Sabbath Mode” START NIGHT LIGHT DELAY 18:88 TIME SET PROBE TEMP STOP 18:88 - - 3 CHECK TIME RAISING 8:88 FOOD AT BREAD DEHYDRATE CONVECTION ENTER STANDARD COOK TIME CLOSE CONTROL LOCK COOK TEMP CLEAN TIME...
  • Page 75 KitchenAid Electronic Range Controls “Sabbath Mode” START NIGHT LIGHT DELAY 18:88 TIME SET PROBE TEMP STOP 18:88 - 3 7 CHECK TIME RAISING 8:88 FOOD AT BREAD DEHYDRATE CONVECTION ENTER STANDARD COOK TIME CLOSE CONTROL LOCK COOK TEMP CLEAN TIME...
  • Page 76 KitchenAid Electronic Range Controls “Sabbath Mode” START NIGHT LIGHT DELAY 18:88 TIME SET PROBE TEMP STOP 18:88 3 7 5 CHECK TIME RAISING 8:88 FOOD AT BREAD DEHYDRATE CONVECTION ENTER STANDARD COOK TIME CLOSE CONTROL LOCK COOK TEMP CLEAN TIME...
  • Page 77 KitchenAid Electronic Range Controls “Sabbath Mode” START NIGHT LIGHT DELAY 18:88 TIME SET PROBE TEMP STOP 18:88 3 7 5 CHECK TIME RAISING 8:88 FOOD AT BREAD DEHYDRATE CONVECTION ENTER STANDARD COOK TIME CLOSE CONTROL LOCK COOK TEMP CLEAN TIME...
  • Page 78 KitchenAid Electronic Range Controls “Sabbath Mode” START NIGHT LIGHT DELAY 18:88 TIME SET PROBE TEMP STOP 18:88 3 7 5 CHECK TIME RAISING 8:88 FOOD AT BREAD DEHYDRATE CONVECTION ENTER STANDARD COOK TIME CLOSE CONTROL LOCK COOK TEMP CLEAN TIME...
  • Page 79 KitchenAid Electronic Range Controls “Sabbath Mode” START NIGHT LIGHT DELAY 18:88 TIME SET PROBE TEMP STOP 18:88 3 7 5 CHECK TIME RAISING 8:88 FOOD AT BREAD DEHYDRATE CONVECTION ENTER STANDARD COOK TIME CLOSE CONTROL LOCK COOK TEMP CLEAN TIME...
  • Page 80: Kitchenaid Electronic Range Controls-"clean Mode

    KitchenAid Electronic Range Controls “Sabbath Mode” START NIGHT LIGHT DELAY 18:88 TIME SET PROBE TEMP STOP 18:88 3 7 5 CHECK TIME RAISING 8:88 FOOD AT BREAD DEHYDRATE CONVECTION ENTER STANDARD COOK TIME CLOSE CONTROL LOCK COOK TEMP CLEAN TIME...
  • Page 81 KitchenAid Electronic Range Controls “Clean Mode” START NIGHT LIGHT DELAY 18:88 TIME SET PROBE TEMP STOP 18:88 8:88 CHECK TIME RAISING 8:88 FOOD AT BREAD DEHYDRATE CONVECTION ENTER STANDARD COOK TIME CLOSE CONTROL LOCK COOK TEMP CLEAN TIME EASYCONVECT DOOR LOCKED START ?
  • Page 82 KitchenAid Electronic Range Controls “Clean Mode” START NIGHT LIGHT DELAY 4:30 TIME SET PROBE TEMP STOP 8:00 CHECK TIME RAISING 3:30 FOOD AT BREAD DEHYDRATE CONVECTION ENTER STANDARD COOK TIME CLOSE CONTROL LOCK COOK TEMP CLEAN TIME EASYCONVECT DOOR LOCKED START ?
  • Page 83 KitchenAid Electronic Range Controls “Clean Mode” START 4:30 NIGHT LIGHT DELAY TIME SET PROBE TEMP STOP 8:00 CHECK TIME RAISING 3:30 FOOD AT BREAD DEHYDRATE CONVECTION ENTER STANDARD COOK TIME CLOSE CONTROL LOCK COOK TEMP CLEAN TIME EASYCONVECT DOOR LOCKED START ?
  • Page 84 KitchenAid Electronic Range Controls “Clean Mode” START NIGHT LIGHT DELAY 4:30 TIME SET PROBE TEMP STOP 8:00 CHECK TIME RAISING 3:20 FOOD AT BREAD DEHYDRATE CONVECTION ENTER STANDARD COOK TIME CLOSE CONTROL LOCK COOK TEMP CLEAN TIME EASYCONVECT DOOR LOCKED START ?
  • Page 85 KitchenAid Electronic Range Controls “Clean Mode” START NIGHT LIGHT DELAY 4:30 TIME SET PROBE TEMP STOP 8:00 CHECK TIME RAISING 3:10 FOOD AT BREAD DEHYDRATE CONVECTION ENTER STANDARD COOK TIME CLOSE CONTROL LOCK COOK TEMP CLEAN TIME EASYCONVECT DOOR LOCKED START ?
  • Page 86 KitchenAid Electronic Range Controls “Clean Mode” START NIGHT LIGHT DELAY 4:30 TIME SET PROBE TEMP STOP 8:00 CHECK TIME RAISING 3:00 FOOD AT BREAD DEHYDRATE CONVECTION ENTER STANDARD COOK TIME CLOSE CONTROL LOCK COOK TEMP CLEAN TIME EASYCONVECT DOOR LOCKED START ?
  • Page 87 KitchenAid Electronic Range Controls “Clean Mode” START 4:30 NIGHT LIGHT DELAY TIME SET PROBE TEMP STOP 8:00 CHECK TIME RAISING FOOD AT BREAD DEHYDRATE CONVECTION ENTER STANDARD COOK TIME CLOSE CONTROL LOCK COOK TEMP CLEAN TIME EASYCONVECT DOOR LOCKED START ?
  • Page 88 KitchenAid Electronic Range Controls “Clean Mode” START 8:88 NIGHT LIGHT DELAY TIME SET PROBE TEMP STOP 8:88 8:88 CHECK TIME RAISING 8:88 FOOD AT BREAD DEHYDRATE CONVECTION ENTER STANDARD COOK TIME CLOSE CONTROL LOCK COOK TEMP CLEAN TIME EASYCONVECT DOOR LOCKED START ?
  • Page 89 KitchenAid Electronic Range Controls “Clean Mode” START 8:88 NIGHT LIGHT DELAY TIME SET PROBE TEMP STOP 8:88 8:88 CHECK TIME RAISING 8:88 FOOD AT BREAD DEHYDRATE CONVECTION ENTER STANDARD COOK TIME CLOSE CONTROL LOCK COOK TEMP CLEAN TIME EASYCONVECT DOOR LOCKED START ?
  • Page 90 KitchenAid Electronic Range Controls “Clean Mode” START NIGHT LIGHT DELAY 8:88 TIME SET PROBE TEMP STOP 8:88 8:88 CHECK TIME RAISING 8:88 FOOD AT BREAD DEHYDRATE CONVECTION ENTER STANDARD COOK TIME CLOSE CONTROL LOCK COOK TEMP CLEAN TIME EASYCONVECT DOOR LOCKED START ?
  • Page 91 KitchenAid Electronic Range Controls “Clean Mode” START NIGHT LIGHT DELAY 8:88 TIME SET PROBE TEMP STOP 8:88 8:88 CHECK TIME RAISING 8:88 FOOD AT BREAD DEHYDRATE CONVECTION ENTER STANDARD COOK TIME CLOSE CONTROL LOCK COOK TEMP CLEAN TIME EASYCONVECT DOOR LOCKED START ?
  • Page 92 KitchenAid Electronic Range Controls “B” Line Freestanding/Slide-In “D” Line Built-In Wall Ovens Things to Remember: • Replacement service controls must be programmed to meet the range configuration that they are being used in. Failure to do so will result in an F-code.
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