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My control panel or board the part # is. 3107541.009! What breaker size should it run on?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
self cleaning ovens use super hot seting to bake the oven clean and it sounds like it melted a wire and it is shorting out the oven on that setting. look at the wires you can see or easy to remove panels
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Posted on Jan 01, 2008
SOURCE: Electric Furnace Trips Breakers
it is normal for a breaker that is run right on the edge (50 amp and your furnance to use 45) to get weak after a while . the first thing you should do is change the breaker with the same type and amp rateing . it should take care if it
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
I'm not sure that swapping out the breakers to higher rated ones will give you a solution so I'll throw in 2 cents to see if my advice holds true. Let's start by asking this. Is the appliance "rated" at 220 volts at 30 amps per leg. I assume this from your post as to what it has been rated. Next - How long is the "run" of wire from the junction box to the outlet where the appliance plugs in? This usually does not matter in most households but if the run is of significant length it may need a larger gage wire to support the current draw of the appliance. Lastly, and perhaps most importantly, are the lugs and wire connectors tight at the outlet, the plug, and the breaker box. A loose connection will ramp up the current fast. This is assuming the first two items were met. Tell me if any of this helps and we'll work it out from there.
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
SOURCE: Breaker keeps tripping
Hello. Here is what I think, not looking at the unit myself, I would start by checking the heaters, both of them, and the heating circuit for a short to ground through the water, here is a link to the manual,
and from page 34 on has the proper diagrams. An electrician should be able to handle a resistance check of this circuit, with a multimeter. If not you need a repair person that can, look in your phone book for Restaurant repair service.
The other thing I have seen with these, is the solenoid coils have shorted out, and cause intermittent problems, but these usually blow the main board, this would be evident by black scorching either on the front or back of the board.
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Posted on Apr 13, 2009
SOURCE: Ac Problems
You must have too many things running on that circuit. Check your connection to the power box.Loose connection on the receptacle can cause the breaker to trip or too many things running on the same circuit. If the breaker is old it might need to be replaced.
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Posted on May 10, 2009
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