Unit got hot, melted some plastic. Wok itself appears undamaged and fine. Temp unit has the following numbers on it: E82773, Model PA8300-5SC, Temp. Control PA8300
Please let me know if you know where/how I can order another control unit as I love this wok and would hate to see it head to a landfill.
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Coolant temp sensor has shifted out of range. It is telling the computer that the vehicle is overheating and the computer is shutting off the spark. If the car has a gauge, do not buy the temperature sending unit, this only sends the signal to the gauge. Change the Coolant Temp Sensor.
The other possibility is that your ignition module is bad or the dielectric grease is gone allowing the unit to get hot.
This fix procedure is simple and should not daunt anyone. First switch off the unit - best by removing any electrical connection, plug, socket, etc. At the rear of some (?) Miele fridge freezer units inside the compartment, is a large plastic panel. Remove this by first removing the food trays and then, use the screws in place on this panel. You wioll probably have to manoevre out the small cabled temperature "sender" control unit. Also see the drain hole at the bottom of the unit's back wall. Above this is a heat exchanger (like a car radiator). You need to pour hot water into the heat exchanger body at the top so the probable ice build-up is melted. This can take several jugs full of hot water and the drained water needs to be recovered at the bottom and lost elsewhere. I think I used a combination of old towels and drain cooking tray. If you don't do this, you will simply have a big water mess. When you feel the water flows easily the ice has probably been melted. The hot water shouldn't damage the heat exchanger at all. Dry all the components you can see around the heat exchanger. Then turn your attention to the drain hole. This discharges through a small plastic outlet into a water overflow tray and this is likely to be blocked with either more ice, or dirt. Poke a plastic rod or wooden stick down this hole and wiggle it about. You are trying to ensure that the drain hole is free to drain any auto-defrost water away by itself. When all is clear and dry, replace the large plastic panel, switch on the unit and hopefully see that the fredige freezer comes back down to the right temperature. You may need to refer to your User Manual to see how the temperature and settings all work. Good luck.
Make sure the indoor filters are clean. The outside unit will continue to run until the indoor reaches the temperature you have selected. Dirty filters can throw the temperature out. Its common for outdoor units to freeze up when on heating mode if the ambient air temperature is below 5 degrees Celcius.. The machine should however, defrost itself. There could be a problem with one of the pipe or air sensors on the outdoor unit.
Try Meyer Customer Relations http://www.meyer.com/contact_us.html In 1998 I lost the cord for my wok (don't know the wok model as I do not have the wok now). Meyer sent me a replacement. The TEL number I called was 800 326 3933.
sounds like you have a bad interface or control unit ... being a g.e oem authorized service tech for the last 18 years we see this alot... the self cleans should be removed on these things... it literally gets the units to hot and starts melting and destroys the components on these things... the control board will actually come with a new door latch mechanism as well and that normally is the culprit....
the thermostat is connected to the erc ( erc being the control board) and when the unit says it is high temp the erc faults you need a new control board assembly....
Okay, the red button is a manual reset that is the heat enchanger gets to hot it opens the safety cicruit. The new one does not have the red button so therefore it will automatically reset itself once the temperature of the heat exchanger cools down. Once you install the new one verify the control shuts the unit down. The easiest way for you to do this is to cover the return grilles with a plastic bag with a little tape to hold it to the grille. Then start the heat cycle and observe the furnace operations. There should be a little tab near the 200 degree temp. once it gets to the 12 oclock point the burners should shut down. If it shuts down properly pull plastic bags off returns and satisfy tstat. now turn heat on again and observe what temp the blower comes on
there is a door that moves to control air temp from the heater core and AC evaporator core, it is the air temp control blend door , the door can stick and cause this or the little electric motor can fail, the electric stepper motor is much more common, I worked as a tech for a large Ford dealer for 20 years so I am sure of this diagnosis.
To cut to the quick of this, u must remove the dash assembly to replace this little motor, a 10-12 hour job for a pro, all day and into the night for a shade tree. Sorry for the bad news, but at least u know what the problem is.