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 Posted: Sat Jun 7th, 2008 12:30 pm
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On my Advantium 220v ( SCA2000BBB) The damper door, The door that covers the interior light during cooking, continually cycles open and closed at all times, when oven is under operation, or idle with door open. I verified that the "Damper door sensing switch" is functional. Everything else works on the unit.
Does anyone have knowledge of where on the smart board the sensing takes place?
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If the damper door sensing switch shorts, or opens, the damper motor will continually cycle the damper door open and closed until one complete switch cycle is detected.


 

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Thanks - I checked both switches (CN2 Terminal 1 & 5, CN2 Terminal 3 & 5 on the schematic) while manually moving the damper door, and opening and closing the oven door, and both checked out. Based on your comments and my findings, I am thinking that I have smart board problem. I also verified that the Hood TCO that is part of that circuitis functioning ( easy, because it is normally open).
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With the Microwave unplugged. you could check to see if the relay contacts are shorted.

RY10  (relay common is neutral)



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Thanks again - Per your suggestion, Just checked RY10 - it is not shorted.

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