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120 V, 60 Hz Models

RCS10 P1140411M RCS10D P1152809M RCS10MPS P1324901M RCS10MP P1140412M RCS10PBD P1327702M

RCS10PBD P1324001M

RCS10D P1327701M

Due to possibility of personal injury or property damage, always contact an authorized technician for servicing or repair of this unit.

This Technical Sheet replaces RT2240003 Rev. 0. Refer to Service Manual 16021520 (RS2240001) for installation, operating, testing, troubleshooting, and disassembly

instruction. Refer to Parts Manual RP2240008 for part number information.

! CAUTION

All safety information must be followed as provided in Service Manual 16021520 (RS2240001).

! WARNING

To avoid the risk of electrical shock, personal injury, or death, disconnect power to oven and discharge capacitor before servicing, unless testing requires power.

Models RCS10 RCS10D RCS10MP RCS10PBD RCS10MPS Power Source 120 VAC Voltage AC 15 A 120 VAC 120 VAC Amperage (Single Unit) 60 Hz 15 A 15 A Frequency X 60 Hz 60 Hz Single Phase, 3 wire grounded 5-15R X X Receptacle 5-15P 5-15R 5-15R Plug 5-15P 5-15P Power Output 1000 Watts Nominal microwave energy (IEC705) 900 Watts 1000 Watts 1000 Watts Traditional power test 2450 MHz 900 Watts 900 Watts Operating Frequency 2450 MHz 2450 MHz Power Consumption 1700 Watts Cook Condition Microwave 1700 Watts 1700 Watts Dimensions 21 5/8″ / 54.9 cm 21 5/8″ / 54.9 cm 21 5/8″ / 54.9 cm Cabinet 14 1/8″ / 35.9 cm 14 1/8″ / 35.9 cm 14 1/8″ / 35.9 cm Width 19 13/16″ / 50.3 cm 19 13/16″ / 50.3 cm 19 13/16″ / 50.3 cm Height Depth 13 1/2″ / 34.3 cm 13 1/2″ / 34.3 cm 13 1/2″ / 34.3 cm 9 1/2″ / 24.1 cm 9 1/2″ / 24.1 cm 9 1/2″ / 24.1 cm Oven Interior 15 11/16″ / 39.8 cm 15 11/16″ / 39.8 cm 15 11/16″ / 39.8 cm Width Height 58 lbs. / 26.3 kg 58 lbs. / 26.3 kg 58 lbs. / 26.3 kg Depth

Weight Crated

March 2002 1 16021521

RT2240003 Rev. 1

Component Specifications

! WARNING

To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury, or death, disconnect power to oven and discharge capacitor before servicing, unless testing requires it.

Illustration Component Testing Results B8383101 Thermal cutout Disconnect all wires from TCO. Measure resistance across terminals. Opens at 243°F (117°C) B5795305 Cavity TCO Closed at 150°F and open at 250°F B5684105 Magnetron TCO (RCS10/MP/MPS) Closed at 180°F and open at 280°F B5684106 Magnetron TCO (RCS10D/PBD) Infinite resistance should be Diode Discharge Capacitor measured in one direction and 50K or more in the opposite direction. Remove diode lead from capacitor and connect ohmmeter. NOTE: Ohmmeter must contain a battery of 6 volts minimum. Reverse leads for second test.

D8547928 Capacitor Discharge Capacitor

Remove wires from capacitor terminals and Between Terminals: Meter should connect ohmmeter, set on highest momentarily deflect towards zero resistance scale to terminals. then return to over 5 M . If no deflection occurs, or if continuous deflection occurs, replace capacitor.

Also check between each terminal and Terminal to Case: Infinite resistance capacitor case.

10489401 Magnetron Discharge Capacitor Between Terminals: Less than 1

Remove wires from magnetron and connect Each terminal to ground measures ohmmeter to terminals. Also check between Infinite resistance. each terminal and ground. Note: This test is not conclusive. If oven does not heat and all other Remove all wires from motor. components test good replace the magnetron and retest.

D7670306 Blower motor

Measure resistance across coil Approximately 14

10426608 Transformer Filament Discharge Capacitor 1 5 Remove all wires from terminals. 6 4 6 Measure resistance from: 2 5 Terminal 1 to 2 1 Primary Terminal 5 to 6 Less than <1 2 H.V. Terminal 4 to Ground screw on transformer Less than <1 B8371401 Secondary stack Approximately 85 4 Test continuity of receptacle terminals. Indicates continuity with bulb Lamp receptacle installed. 10664502 Lamp 41 W Measure resistance of filament. Approximately 28 16021521 2 March 2002 RT2240003 Rev. 1 Component Specifications ! WARNING To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury, or death, disconnect power to oven and discharge capacitor before servicing, unless testing requires it. Illustration Component Testing Results Interlock switch assembly Disconnect wires to switch. 2 3 With door open measure resistance from: Terminal 7 to 8 Monitor 5 4 Terminal 4 to 5 Primary Indicates continuity Terminal 2 to 3 Secondary Infinite 7 7 8 Infinite 8 2 12360506 RCS10, With door closed measure resistance from: Infinite RCS10MP Terminal 7 to 8 Monitor Indicates continuity 3 RCS10MPS Terminal 4 to 5 Primary Indicates continuity RCS10PBD Terminal 2 to 3 Secondary 4 5 12360507 RCS10D After verifing or replacing the module, re-connect wires to switch and check 2025206101 6 minute timer operation of monitor circuit before If timer does not indicate readings operating the oven. below, replace timer. 1 24 5 RCS10D, Infinite RCS10PBD only Remove leads from timer contact terminals. Approximately <1 3 Measure resistance of following terminals: Approximately 5.8 k (timer motor) 1 to 2 Timer in OFF position 1 to 2 Timer in ON position 4 to 5 Timer in OFF or ON position 3 Internal Display P.C. Board At 8 pin connector: Line voltage input to control transformer Graphics Pin 1 (orange) to Pin 3 (white) RCS10 R163159A Pin # 1 Relay 2 (blower relay) Cook condition 0 volts P2 RCS10MP Terminal A (brown) to terminal B (black) Idle condition Line voltage RCS10MPS 10015812 A B Relay 1 (cook relay) Cook condition 0 volts C Terminal B (black) to terminal C (blue) Idle condition Line voltage D E Triac Cook condition 1.1 VAC Terminal D (red) to terminal E (orange) Idle condition 0 volts P1 Pin # 1 RCS10 R0163271 Touch panel assembly Continuity is indicated as 100 and below. Pad Trace Measurement DEFROST 3&4 Continuity RCS10MP 1 MEDIUM 3&5 Continuity RCS10MPS R0163275 2 MED-HIGH 3&6 Continuity 3 TIME ENTRY 3&7 Continuity MICRO DEFR WARM MEDHI POWER HOLD MICRO DEFR WARM MEDHI POWER HOLD 4 RESET 3&8 Continuity 5 START 3&9 Continuity 88:88 8 TIMER 88:88 8 TIMER 6 ENABLE 5&9 Continuity READY READ Y 7 SECONDS 6&9 Continuity COOK CO OK 8 HOLD/MIN 8&9 Continuity LEVEL CLOCK LEVEL CLOC K 9 1 7&8 Continuity 10 2 7&9 Continuity 1 Hidden 1 11 3 5&8 Continuity ENABLE 4 6 & 10 Continuity The following are Hidden Keypads: 5 7 & 10 Continuity Hidden Hidden 2 HOLD ENABLE, SECONDS, HOLD/MIN 6 5 & 10 Continuity 0% 7 8 & 10 Continuity Minute Second 2 8 4 & 10 Continuity Pad Pad 9 5&7 Continuity 0 6&7 Continuity 3 DEFROST 3 20% 4 MEDIUM 4 50% 5 MED-HI 5 70% 6 TIME 6 ENTRY 7 RESET 7 8 START 8 9 9 0 0 Wire Harness Test continuity of wires Indicates continuity March 2002 3 16021521 RT2240003 Rev. 1 Component Specifications ! WARNING To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury, or death, disconnect power to oven and discharge capacitor before servicing, unless testing requires it. Illustration Component Testing Results 12492101 Start switch Switch connection in following positions: COM-NO=Closed COM RCS10PBD only Engaged (Push in and hold) COM-NO=Open Disengaged (Normal position) NO NC 12492201 Relay Refer to wiring diagram for terminal 5 identification. 0 34 2 RCS10PBD only AROMAT OMRON 4 Terminals Terminals 2 6 5&6 0&1 Coil-115 VAC 3&4 2&4 1 8 Contact # 1 1&2 6&8 Contact # 2 1 6 AROMAT OMRON Power Test (Traditional Test Method) Test equipment required is Amana power test kit R0157397(Fahrenheit), or Menumaster power test kit M95D5 (Celsius). 1. Fill the plastic container to the bottom of the 1000 ml. line with cool tap water. 2. Using the thermometer; stir the water, measure and record the water temperature. Initial water temperature should be approximately 60°F (20°C). 3. Place container on the center of the oven shelf and heat the water for 62 seconds. NOTE: Use a watch second hand, not the oven timer. 4. Stir the water, measure and record the temperature of the water after heating time is complete. 5. Subtract the starting water temperature (Step 2), from the ending water temperature (Step 4) to obtain the temperature rise. 6. See the Temperature Chart provided below. NOTES: The IEC-705 test method requires precision measurements and equipment. It is not practical to perform the IEC test in the field. To convert the traditional power test results to the approximate IEC-705 rating, take the traditional power test results and add 100 watts per magnetron for the unit being tested. Example: 930 watts output using the traditional power test for model RCS10MP + 100 watts (1 magnetrons X 100 watts) 1030 Approximate IEC-705 results Always perform power test three times for accuracy, changing the water after each test is performed. Variation or errors in the test procedure will cause a variance in the temperature rise. Additional power tests should be made if temperature rise appears marginal. Low line voltage will cause lower temperature rise. Temperature Chart ONE MINUTE, THREE SECONDS run time chart for units less than 1550 Watts cooking power T Cooking T Cooking T Cooking T Cooking (°F) Power Output (°F) Power Output (°C) Power Output (°C) Power Output 12 464 22 852 7 490 15 1050 13 504 14 542 23 891 8 560 16 1120 15 580 16 620 24 930 9 630 17 1190 17 659 18 697 25 969 10 700 18 1260 19 736 20 775 26 1007 11 770 21 814 27 1046 12 840 28 1085 13 910 29 1124 14 980 30 1162 31 1201 16021521 4 March 2002 RT2240003 Rev. 1 Wiring and Schematic Diagram ! WARNING To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury, or death, disconnect power to oven and discharge capacitor before servicing, unless testing requires it. RCS10D 12368302 March 2002 ! DANGER 16021521 RT2240003 Rev. 1 HIGH VOLTAGE P1152809M, P1327701M 5 Wiring and Schematic Diagrams ! WARNING To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury, or death, disconnect power to oven and discharge capacitor before servicing, unless testing requires it. RCS10D 12368302 16021521 ! DANGER March 2002 RT2240003 Rev. 1 HIGH VOLTAGE P1152809M, P1327701M 6 Wiring and Schematic Diagram ! WARNING To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury, or death, disconnect power to oven and discharge capacitor before servicing, unless testing requires it. RCS10PBD 12491002 March 2002 ! DANGER 16021521 RT2240003 Rev. 1 HIGH VOLTAGE P1324001M, P1327702M 7 Wiring and Schematic Diagrams ! WARNING To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury, or death, disconnect power to oven and discharge capacitor before servicing, unless testing requires it. RCS10PBD 12491002 16021521 ! DANGER March 2002 RT2240003 Rev. 1 HIGH VOLTAGE P1324001M, P1327702M 8 Wiring and Schematic Diagram ! WARNING To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury, or death, disconnect power to oven and discharge capacitor before servicing, unless testing requires it. RCS10 P1140411M 12368401 RCS10MPS P1324901M March 2002 ! DANGER 16021521 RT2240003 Rev. 1 HIGH VOLTAGE RCS10MP P1140412M 9 Wiring and Schematic Diagrams ! WARNING To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury, or death, disconnect power to oven and discharge capacitor before servicing, unless testing requires it. RCS10 P1140411M 12368401 RCS10MPS P1324901M March 2002 16021521 ! DANGER RT2240003 Rev. 1 HIGH VOLTAGE RCS10MP P1140412M 10