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I can email you a MER6770ACB_Service_Manual but Whirlpool that owns Maytage will not allow me to post the service manual on the internet or Fixya. firstname.lastname@example.org Hope this helps Thanks, John Tripp/AKA Sea Breeze If helpful please rate this solution...JT
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I own the same range, still have my owner's manual etc. I'll be more than happy to send you self cleaning instructions. My email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Currently, my broiler element failed today and I'm about to order a replacement element.
Those terminals are the power to the module. The tr should be the 24v (hot) line coming from the transformer. The tr/th is the common from the transformer and the th is the 24v line coming back from the t-stat. So tr stands for transformer. the th stands for thermostat. And the th/tr is the common.
I know you ask for schematics but I felt that I could easily explain it to you. It really isn't all that hard. In some cases the tr does not need to be hookup. if you only have two wires there than just hookup the th/tr and the th and it will work.
This is all I could find in manuals, yet telephone numbers and
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Click link below for manual, Hope this helps, Sea Breeze
If not please let me know.
In the Breadman, you always add all the liquids ingredients first. If your recipe calls for salt, you add the salt to the liquid because it will ruin the yeast if they get mixed together. Then you all all dry ingredients except the yeast which is added last. You make a small indention on top of the dry ingredients then add the yeast.