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JDS9860AA* JDS8850AA*

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

Refer to Service Manual 16022089 for detailed installation, operating, testing, troubleshooting, and disassembly instructions.

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All safety information must be followed as provided in Service Manual 16022089.

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Model JDS9860AA* JDS8850AA*

Power Source @ 120/240 V (120/208 V) Kw

Electrical rating 5.8 (4.5) 4.0 (3.0)

Amperage rating 30 Amp 30 Amp

Frequency 60 Hz 60 Hz

Water Column Pressure

Natural 5 in. W.C.P. 5 in. W.C.P.

LP/Propane 10 in. W.C.P. 10 in. W.C.P.

Surface Burner BTU Nat. (LP)

Right front 10,000 (8,500) 12,000 (8,000)

Right rear 10,000 (8,500) 9,100 (6,000)

Left front 8,000 (8,000) 6,500 (4,500)

Left rear 8,000 (8,000) 10,500 (8,000)

Oven Wattage @ 240 V (208 V)**

Bake 2,500 (1,900) 2,500 (1,900)

Broil 4,000 (3,000) 4,000 (3,000)

Oven Interior Dimensions in. (cm)

Height 16 1/2 (41.9) 16 1/2 (41.9)

Width 23 (58.4) 23 (58.4)

Depth 18 1/8 (46) 18 1/8 (46)

Product Exterior Dimensions in. (cm)

Height Overall 35 3/4 (90.8) 35 3/4 (90.8)

Width 29 8/8 (75.9) 30 3/4 (78.1)

Depth oven door closed, excl. handle 26 3/16 (66.5) 26 3/16 (66.5)

Depth oven door closed, incl. handle 28 3/16 (71.6) 28 3/16 (71.6)

Features

Convection Yes Yes

Bread proofing Yes Yes

Dehydration Yes Yes

Oven meat probe Yes Yes

Electronic controls with two timers Yes Yes

Child lockout Yes Yes

Sabbath mode Yes Yes

4.0 cubic foot self-cleaning oven Yes Yes

Door activated oven light Yes Yes

Electronic ignition Yes Yes

8-pass broiler Yes Yes

Optional backsplash Yes Yes

Weight lbs. (kg)

Approximate shipping weight 205 (93) 205 (93)

**Rating of 208 VAC is approximately 80% of 240 VAC value.

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Component Testing Procedures

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Component Testing Procedures

Illustration Component Test Procedure Results Oven light housing Disconnect connector and test Verify bulb is plugged in properly.

resistance of terminals ……………………… Indicates continuity with bulb installed.

Primary Primary Step-down Measure voltage at oven light ……………. 120 VAC, see wiring diagram for terminal Secondary Secondary transformer identification. If no voltage is present at oven light, Door plunger switch check wiring or light switches.

Measure voltage at: Primary terminals………………………….. 120 VAC (tolerance: 108 to 127 VAC) Secondary terminals ……………………… 10W load (bulb): 11.4 to 11.8 VAC 20W load (bulb): 10.8 to 11.4 VAC

Remove switch from unit and measure the following points:

COM to NO………………………………….. Plunger in continuity, plunger out infinity.

Autolatch assembly Disconnect wires and test for See wiring diagram for schematic layout. Pressure regulator continuity per wiring diagram. Access assembly by removing screws

from the front and dropping control panel.

Refer to Parts Manual for correct

autolatch switch associated with the Common is in neutral position unless

correct manufacturing number. locking or unlocking autolatch assembly.

Verify gas pressure (W.C.P.). ……………. 5″ Natural

10″ LP/propane

If on LP service verify proper gas

supply conversion.

270° valve Verify gas is supplied. 6.5 K btu Adjust set screw for simmer control. 9.1 K btu 10.5 K btu Test for voltage at terminals………………. 120 VAC 12 K btu Disconnect wiring and check for Model JDS8850AA* continuity in LITE position …………………. Continuity in LITE position. Test for resistance of spark lead ………… Continuity Spark switch Test ignitor to chassis ………………………. No continuity from ignitor to chassis. Model JDS8850AA* Shutter settings ……………………………….. Nominal: .038″ (tolerance: .035″ to .041″)

Spark ignition Shutter settings ……………………………….. Nominal: .038″ (tolerance: .035″ to .041″) electrode Model JDS8850AA*

Venturi, right front, left front, left rear burners Model JDS8850AA*

Venturi, right rear burner Model JDS8850AA*

Top surface burner Verify gas is supplied ……………………….. Check for obstructions in burner ports. Verify burner cap is positioned 6.5 K btu correctly. 9.1 K btu 10.5 K btu Verify cap is positioned correctly………… Check for obstructions in burner ports. 12 K btu Model JDS8850AA*

Top surface burner cap Model JDS8850AA*

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Illustration Component Test Procedure Results Spark module 4 + 0 L AB Model JDS8850AA* Test for voltage at terminals L and N ….. 120 VAC (tolerance: 109 to 125 VAC)

Check polarity and ground………………… See wiring diagram

N A1 B1

Ignitor Test for voltage at terminals ……………… 120 VAC. Model JDS8850AA* Test for the amount of amperage in the circuit…………………………………………….. 3.2 3.6 Amps If not replace. Burner valve, left, 360° (Ignitor may glow but not have JDS9860AA* sufficient amperage to open valve). To replace burner valve(s), complete Verify gas is supplied. assembly must be replaced (manifold Burner valve, and valves). left and right, 180° Orifice adjusted for JDS9860AA* Natural or LP. 16,000 BTU per hour minimum. See conversion section. Adjust set screw for simmer control……. To replace burner valve(s), complete Verify gas is supplied. assembly must be replaced (manifold and valves). Orifice adjusted for Natural or LP.

Shut-off valve Adjust set screw for simmer control……. See conversion section. JDS9860AA* Verify gas is turned on……………………… Gas ON….. end slot is vertical.

Gas OFF… end slot is horizontal.

Spark switch Test for voltage at terminals ……………… 120 VAC Model JDS8850AA* Disconnect wiring and check for Double valve switch continuity in LITE position…………………. Continuity in LITE position. Model JDS9860AA* Test for voltage at terminals ……………… 120 VAC

Snap switch Disconnect wiring and check for JDS9860AA* continuity in LITE position…………………. Continuity in LITE position. Test for voltage at terminals ……………… 120 VAC Spark module L AB 4 + 0 Disconnect wiring and check for Continuity in LITE position. JDS9860AA* continuity in LITE position…………………. 120 VAC. Test for voltage at terminals Venturi, front L and N………………………………………….. (short) N A1 B1 JDS9860AA* Check polarity and ground………………… See wiring diagram.

Venturi, rear Nominal air shutter setting………………… .375 3/8″ (long) Tolerance ………………………………………. .030 1/32″ JDS9860AA* Nominal air shutter setting………………… .375 3/8″ Tube, front Tolerance ………………………………………. .030 1/32″ (short) JDS9860AA* Nominal air shutter setting………………… .250 1/4″ Tolerance ………………………………………. .031 1/32″ (approx.)

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Component & Oven Control Testing Procedures

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Illustration Component Test Procedure Results Tube, rear Nominal air shutter setting ………………… .585 19/32″ (approx.) (long) Tolerance……………………………………….. .031 1/32″ (approx.) JDS9860AA* Verify gas is supplied ……………………….. Check for obstructions in burner ports. E-burner grill assembly JDS9860AA*

E-burner ignitor Test for resistance of spark lead ………… Continuity. JDS9860AA* Test ignitor to chassis ………………………. No continuity from ignitor to chassis.

Bake element Disconnect wiring to element and measure cold resistance of terminals….. Approx. 20.6 to 22.6 . Broil element Measure voltage at bake element ………. 120 VAC.

Hi-limit temperature Disconnect wiring to element and switch measure cold resistance of terminals….. Approx. 13.3 to 14.7 . Measure voltage at broil element ……….. 120 VAC.

Normally closed, verify operation: Open: 269° to 291°F (132° to 144°C) … Infinite. Closed: 173° to 207°F (78° to 97°C) ….. Continuity.

Convection assembly Measure voltage ……………………………… 120 VAC. (tolerance: 105 to 135 VAC) Convection motor Check motor windings to ground………… No continuity.

RPM: Approx. 1750 to 2250.

Cooling fan motor Measure voltage ……………………………… 120 VAC. Check motor windings to ground………… No continuity. Downdraft motor Model JDS9860AA* RPM: Idle: 3395 Load: 3000 Electronic control Breakdown: 2400

NOTE: To avoid Measure voltage ……………………………… 120 VAC. equipment damage, Check motor windings to ground………… No continuity. use caution when checking electronic RPM: 1550, 2.4 amp control circuitry voltages. Door logic sensor …………………………….. P11 (Red, pin 5) to P11 (Black, pin 2): Temperature sensor Door Locked: Continuity Door Unlocked: Infinity

Meat probe……………………………………… P2 (Red) to P2 (Red). See chart , page 8. Downdraft motor high setting …………….. P14 (Tan) to P5 (White): 120 VAC Downdraft motor low setting………………. P22 (Orange) to P5 (White): 120 VAC

Measure resistance………………………….. Approx 1100 at room temperature 75° F (23.8° C).

Oven Control Testing Procedures

Changing factory set default options: 1. Press Setup Options and the desired pad simultaneously (see table below). 2. Press Autoset to change the option. 3. Press any pad except Cancel to accept the change. 4. Press Cancel to cancel the operation.

Control Component Test Procedure Results EOC II Oven temperature Press Bake pad and enter 550° F (288° C). Press While increasing or decreasing oven adjustment and hold Bake pad until TEMP ADJ displays. temperature, this does not affect self- Press Autoset pad to adjust oven in 5° F (-15° C) cleaning temperature. EOC II End-of-Timer increments, from -35° F (-37° C) to 35° F (2° C). Reminder beeps Press Setup Options and the applicable timer pad Selects the number of beeps emitted (Timer 1 or Timer 2) simultaneously. when a timed bake cycle ends.

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Control Component Test Procedure Results Press Setup Options and the Control Lock pad Press Autoset to select option (enable or EOC II Control Lock (also the 1 pad) simultaneously. disable). The timer, clock and oven light are operational. EOC II Twelve Hour off/ Press Setup Options and the 12 Hour Off pad Disables the normal 12-hour shutoff, EOC II Sabbath mode (also the 2 pad) simultaneously. allowing the oven to operate indefinitely. EOC II Sound Level Press Setup Options and the Sound Level pad Press Autoset to select setting (I lowest (Beeper Volume) (also the 3 pad) simultaneously. through IIIIIIII 8 highest). 24-Hour Clock Press Setup Options and the 12/24 Hour Clock Press Autoset to select option (12-hour pad (also the 4 pad) simultaneously. time or 24-hour time). EOC II Scroll Speed Press Setup Options and the Scroll Speed pad Press Autoset to set speed of displayed (also the 5 pad) simultaneously. messages (slow, medium, fast). EOC II End-of-Cook-Time Press Setup Options and Cook Time Beeps pads Press Autoset to set the number of Signal (also the 6 pad) simultaneously. beeps emitted at the end of a “clock- controlled” cook cycle. EOC II Temperature Display Press Setup Options and the Temp C/F pad Press Autoset to select option (also the 7 pad) simultaneously. (°F or °C). EOC II Language Display Press Setup Options and the Language pad (also the 8 pad) simultaneously. Press Autoset to select option EOC II Factory Default Press Setup Options and the Default pad (also (English, French or Spanish). the 9 pad) simultaneously. EOC II Clock Display Press Setup Options and the Display On/Off pad Press Autoset to reset clock to factory (also the Clock pad) simultaneously. settings. EOC II Test Access Press and hold Cancel and Broil pads for 3 seconds at power up or within 5 minutes of power Press Autoset to select clock display up mode. See “Quick Test Mode.” (on or off). Closed circuitry resistance Allows access to each function for (defined as continuity): testing purposes.

Control Panel Assembly 1350 – 2250 for Cancel pads 1 & 20 Pad Trace Measurement 1275 – 2125 for Cancel pads 2 & 19 1 7 & 8 Continuity 320 – 2200 for all other pads 2 14 & 15 Continuity Open circuitry resistance: 3 10 & 14 Continuity Greater than 10 M 4 6 & 7 Continuity 5 6 & 8 Continuity Pin 20 6 5 & 6 Continuity 7 4 & 5 Continuity Pin 1 8 4 & 6 Continuity 9 3 & 4 Continuity 0 3 & 6 Continuity Cancel 1 & 2 or Continuity 1 & 19 or Continuity Clock 2 & 20 or Continuity Quick Preheat 19 & 20 Continuity Bake 13 & 14 Continuity Broil 16 & 18 Continuity Keep Warm 15 & 16 Continuity Convect Warm 16 & 17 Continuity Convect Roast 12 & 13 Continuity Cook Time 6 & 10 Continuity Stop Time 3 & 18 Continuity Clean 10 & 18 Continuity Proofing 14 & 18 Continuity Drying 15 & 18 Continuity Meat Probe 8 & 10 Continuity Vent Fan 9 & 10 Continuity Auto Set 6 & 18 Continuity Timer 1 11 & 12 Continuity Timer 2 17 & 18 Continuity Oven Light 12 & 14 Continuity 10 & 12 Continuity 10 & 11 Continuity

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Relay Logic

NOTE: Subsequent changes implemented after the release of this technical sheet may have altered the parameters identified in this chart.

INDEX ± – OFF

O – ON

„ – CYCLING “ – ON OR OFF (DETERMINED BY

USER INPUT) BAKE COOKING MODE BROIL IDLE CONVECT FAN HI SPEED BAKE PREHEAT CONVECT FAN LO SPEED BAKE OVEN LIGHT HIGH BROIL PREHEAT HIGH BROIL r r r r “ LOW BROIL PREHEAT „ „ rr“ LOW BROIL „ „ rr“ CLEAN PREHEAT rO rr“ CLEAN rO rr“ KEEP WARM PREHEAT r „ r r “ KEEP WARM r „ r r “ CONVECT ROAST PREHEAT CONVECT ROAST rO rrr CONVECT BAKE QUICK PREHEAT CONVECT BAKE PREHEAT O rrrr CONVECT BAKE „ r r r “ QUICK PROOFING PREHEAT „ r r r “ QUICK PROOFING „ „ O* r “ STANDARD PROOFING PREHEAT „ „ O* r “ STANDARD PROOFING „ „ r O* “ DRYING PREHEAT „ „ r O* “ DRYING „ „ r O* “ „ „ r O* “ „ „ r O* “ „ „ rr“ „ „ rr“ „ „ O* r “ „ „ O* r “

*Convection fan stops when oven door is opened.

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“Quick Test” Mode for Electronic Oven Control (EOC) II

Follow the procedure below to perform the EOC II quick test. Instructions must be entered within 16 seconds of each other (via the touch pad) or the EOC will exit the quick test. 1. Press and hold the Cancel and Broil pads for 3 seconds at power-up, or within 5 minutes of power-up. 2. Once the control has entered the “Quick Test” mode, release both pads. 3. Press each of the following pads indicated in the table below.

NOTE: Press and hold the applicable pad to activate the associated response. Release the applicable pad to deactivate the associated response.

The control display window normally displays “lu:d,” where the “l” and “u” indicate the state of the motorized door lock and the “d” indicates oven door input status. Once the applicable pad is pressed and held, the “d” changes to either a “0” (open switch) or a “1” (closed switch). Once the pad is released, the display will return to “lu:d.”

Display will indicate the following:

Pad Response

BAKE………………………………Bake relay activated, “1” displayed in control display window.

BROIL …………………………….Broil relay activated, “1” displayed in control display window.

CONVECT BAKE ……………..Convection Bake relay activated, Convection Fan cycles, “1” displayed in control

display window.

CONVECT ROAST …………..Convection Roast relay activated, Convection Fan cycles, “1” displayed in control

display window.

OVEN LIGHT …………………..Oven light relay activated, “1” displayed in control display window.

PROBE……………………………Actual Probe temperature and “1” displayed in control display window.

TIMER 1 ………………………….Downdraft fan activated at low speed, “1” displayed in control display window.

TIMER 2 ………………………….Cooling fan activated, “1” displayed in control display window.

FAN ………………………………..Downdraft fan activated at high speed, “1” displayed in control display window.

CLEAN ……………………………Motorized Door Lock activated, “1” displayed in control display window.

STOP TIME……………………..Beeper activated, “1” displayed in control display window.

COOK TIME…………………….Displays most recent fault code.

TEMPERATURE OFFSET…Press Bake pad and enter 550° F (288° C). Press and hold Bake pad for 4 seconds,

release Bake pad, then press Bake pad again within 3 seconds. Use the digit pads

(0 through 9) to adjust from -35° F (-37° C) to 35° F (2° C), oven in 5° F (-15° C)

increments. This also applies to the CLEAN temperature.

CLOCK……………………………Press Setup Options and the 12/24 Hour Clock pad (also the 4 pad)

simultaneously, then press Autoset to display time in12-hour format or 24-hour

format.

TEMPERATURE………………Press Setup Options and the Temp C/F pad (also the 7 pad) simultaneously, then

press Autoset to display degrees in Fahrenheit or Celsius.

CANCEL………………………….Exits the test mode.

0 …………………………………….N/A

1 …………………………………….N/A

2 …………………………………….N/A

3 …………………………………….N/A

4 …………………………………….N/A

5 …………………………………….N/A

6 …………………………………….N/A

7 …………………………………….N/A

8 …………………………………….N/A

9 …………………………………….N/A

AUTOSET ……………………….N/A

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Description of Fault Codes

Each Fault Code consists of an “F” followed by a number, dash and a number or letter. The following table describes each Fault Code and the component to troubleshoot. To view the most recent fault code:

1. Press and hold the Cancel and Broil pads for 3 seconds at power-up, or within 5 minutes of power-up. 2. Once the control has entered the “Quick Test” mode, release both pads. 3. Press the Cook Time pad to view the most recent fault (displayed in the control display window).

Fault Description Component to Troubleshoot/Replace Code F0-0 No Fault. None. F1-1 Oven temperature above 650° F (343° C) in bake mode. Ohm sensor and harness (see “Oven Sensor” chart). If OK, change control. F1-3 Oven temperature above 950° F (510° C) during a clean Ohm sensor and harness (see “Oven Sensor” chart). cycle. If OK, change control. Ensure ribbon cable is securely connected, inspect F1-5 Cancel pad not responding. ribbon cable and connector (shorts, breakage, corrosion, etc.). If OK, replace control. F1-7 Membrane disconnected. Ensure ribbon cable is securely connected, inspect ribbon cable and connector (shorts, breakage, F1-8 Shorted key (pad) in membrane switch. corrosion, etc.). If OK, replace control. Ensure ribbon cable is securely connected, inspect F1-9 Internal control communication errors. ribbon cable and connector (shorts, breakage, F1-A Lock/unlock switch state not advancing to control. corrosion, etc.). If OK, replace control. Replace control. F1-C Oven door switch state not advancing to control. Check connections, harness, and motor. If OK, replace control. F1-E Control not calibrated. Check connections, harness, and motor. If OK, F1-F Jumper not removed from printed circuit board (PCB). replace control. F1-H EEPROM error. Replace control. F1-N Internal voltage for slave micro incorrect. Remove jumper from PCB. F3-1 Open or shorted sensor. Replace control. Replace control. F8 Shorted meat probe. Ohm sensor and harness. Check probe jack and harness probe jack harness. If F9-1 Oven door will not lock. OK, check meat probe (see “Meat Probe” chart). Check wire connections. If OK, replace motorized F9-2 Oven door will not unlock. door lock. Check wire connections. If OK, replace motorized F9-3 Oven door status is both locked and unlocked. door lock. Check wire connections. If OK, replace motorized door lock.

OVEN SENSOR

Sensor Type: RTD 1000 platinum

Calibration: 1654 (350° F/177° C)

Temperature F (C) Resistance (Ohms) MEAT PROBE

100 (38) 1143 Type: NTC Thermistor Calibration: 9938 (150° F/65.5° C) 200 (94) 1350

300 (149) 1553 Temperature F (C) Resistance (Ohms)

350 (177) 1654 122 (50) 18963

400 (204) 1753 150 (65.5) 9938

500 (260) 1949 156.2 (69) 8846

600 (316) 2142 165.2 (74) 7456

700 (371) 2331 210.1 (98.9) 3886

800 (427) 2516

900 (483) 2697

1000 (538) 2874

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Converting from Natural Gas to L.P. Gas

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Gas Conversion Converting Regulator Type 2 Remove cap and force plastic plunger from bottom of Orifice Conversion: Natural Gas to LP Gas cap. Turn plunger over and force back to original location. 1. Screw the burner orifice hoods down tight against the NOTE: Plunger must snap into position and the type of pins. Do not over tighten. gas being supplied (NAT or LP) must be visible 2. Screw the burner orifice hood down tight against the on lower side of plunger. valve body. It is important to turn down the hood as far as possible to ensure complete conversion. Natural

NOTE: On units using Eaton Oven Safety Valve, screw LP the valve orifice hood down tight against the valve body. It is important to turn down the hood as far as possible to ensure complete conversion.

3. Adjust burner air shutter to the widest opening that will not cause the flame to lift or blow off the burner when cold (adjust with pot in place).

Orifice Conversion: LP Gas to Natural Gas Type 2 Pressure Regulator

1. Screw the burner orifice hood away from the pins. Converting Regulator Type 3 NOTE: On units using Eaton Oven Safety Valve, screw 1. Pop–off plastic dust cover from cap nut (top of

the valve orifice hood away from the pins, regulator). Remove cap nut (plastic dust cover is approximately 1 ½ to 2 turns. attached to cap nut). Remove plastic dust cover from 2. Adjust burner air shutter to the widest opening that cap nut and reinstall on opposite side of cap nut. will not cause the flame to lift or blow off the burner 2. Reinstall cap nut into regulator. The marking for the when cold (adjust with pot in place). type of gas being supplied (LP or N) must be visible in top of cap nut. Pop–on plastic dust cover. Pressure Regulator Conversion Natural Installed in the unit is one of three types of regulators.

Converting Regulator Type 1

Push down and turn counterclockwise to remove cap. Turn cap over and reinstall.

Natural LP Type 3 Pressure Regulator LP Type 1 Pressure Regulator

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Wiring Diagram and Schematic

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Wiring Diagram and Schematic

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Wiring Diagram and Schematic

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Wiring Diagram and Schematic

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Wiring Diagram and Schematic

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Wiring Diagram and Schematic

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