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We have a Baxter OV-210 that was made in 93'. What it's doing is when you open the oven door to remove the oven rack, if you do not let the rack carrage come all the way down to the home position before you close the door again it will continue to drive down past the lift motor stop switch. If you let it come all the way down before you close the door again it works fine. Our other OV-210's change direction as soon as you close the door and begin to lift again until they hit the rack lift stop switch. This oven has new relays a new lift motor, all new swiches for the door and rack lift and drop stops. All wire check out for our wiring diagram for that oven. Our Maintenance crew has many years of experience with these oven, but can not figure this one out. Please help.

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  • This doesn't sound like a worn out motor brake, as described below, or rather some sort of electrical issue. Usually when I come across an issue like this I will try swapping control boards with adjacent ovens to see if the problem "follows" the board or if it stays with the oven. Doing this will either identify the problem as being a malfunction in the board, or it will rule it out.

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Check the lineator actuator motor. If you remove the top cover there should be a strip of metal stuck on the cover to put pressure on the gear to keep it from free wheeling down. These is a tiny button/nipple that sits in the hole in the top of the gear shaft. Lose it and you're sunk. Work with good light and watch the grease. Good luck


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