Question about Garland S686-RC Electric Kitchen Range
I have a garland s686 stove. The power cord was cut so I have to replace it. There are 3 black wires and a green ground. How to I know which wire to hook up to the new wires on a new power cord
Posted by Anonymous on
This sounds like it could be a 3 phase unit, I am not familiar with the model number.
Posted on Feb 19, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: STOVE TOP CONTINUOSLY SPARKS
Thrasher, Sorry I cant help with the diagram but one of your burner switches is grounding out. Each burner valve has a switch and one of them is finding it's way to ground, therefor the contstant clicking. Good luck on this deal...Catriver..post back.
Posted on Sep 07, 2006
If the oven is a three phase oven currently wired on single phase there will be three active terminals at the terminal block. There will be links or bridges which connect the single phase to each of these active terminals. Remove these links and connect each phase to each terminal.
Posted on Feb 24, 2011
SOURCE: I have a commercial garland
The model of this stove is G60-6R24SS G60-6R24RR1 G60-6R24RS1
There are slightly different versions and they have some small differences but the guts will all be the same parts. Here are the other versions.
6 Open Burners, 24" Raised Griddle/Broiler w/ Double Storage Base
6 Open Burners, 24" Raised Griddle/Broiler w/ (2) Standard Ovens
6 Open Burners, 24" Raised Griddle/Broiler w/ (1) Standard Ovens & Storage Base
I can't help you with a local dealer or repair but here are some links to the stores that carry parts.
just go to the site and look under equipment parts and then thermostatic controls. And dig of your part there.
Or try here, http://www.partstown.com/
This last link will take you to the thermosta itself, just click on the first thread on the page.
Posted on Aug 05, 2011
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