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 Posted: Mon Aug 30th, 2010 05:17 am
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RegUS_PatOff wrote: Samurai Appliance Repair Man wrote:
there's a 210F High Limit on the wiring diagram near the top, center

and a 600F Limit on the left near the bottom

probably doing their jobs ...



I saw those. Maybe I don't understand the functionality of limit switches as they both seem WAY under what would be typical "cleaning" mode temperatures.

I guess it could be the board. Don't know. I think I have a new board somewhere that I bought as a "just in case" part (and a t-stat, too).  I am leaning towards a limit switch but need to understand the disparity between a 1000 deg cleaning cycle and a 600 deg limit sw.

I also read in that link that a t-stat has a code that has to be input into the main board. Don't know if that happened many years ago when a new stat was installed (by a tech).  I will pull that oven and double check that.

Last edited on Mon Aug 30th, 2010 05:41 am by Larbo