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Hello. In order to be certain about the building code you will have to go to your town or city clerk's office and ask them directly as every town and city in the country has a specific building code. Some adopt a state or federal code, others don't. Go to your clerk's office and you will know for sure.
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Your problem is: You bought a Kenmore Elite Advantium 120 tech model from Sears about a year ago and you cannot find the manual and you have no idea how to perform any of the functions. You did manage to set the clock. It is not user friendly and you need a new manual or some directions. Thanks.
It has been my experience that this company will be happy to help. The next time you're at the store just tell the appliance sales rep your problem and he'll make sure you get a manual.
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I found the solution to getting out of the Sabbath mode in the technical information manual on www.servicematters.com . Push and hold the clock button for 5 seconds until it beeps and starts flashing. Unplugging the appliance does NOT reset it.
Gee, it would be nice if the Maytag site had manuals instead of just installation instructions for those of us who acquire appliances with our new house, but no manuals. Oh well, 1 hour of searching and now it works again. Geoff69 gave me the clue in his comment so I could recognize the solution when I saw it. Thanks Geoff69.
when just the high and low lights are lit, the unit is in childproof mode. try holding down the high and low buttons at the same time until they go out. then if they do, check the response of the other buttons. If this dosen't help, there are really only 2 other options. Most often we see the control board go bad on these (located behind an access panel in the lower right hand corner of the unit below the counter) or the button pad contacts wear out. If the only button that doesn't respond is the up down button, and all the other buttons work fairly easily once its up..then you probably have a bad button pad. If the thing does all sorts of weird things and seem to have a mind of its own, probably a bad control board. the control boards on these fail so often, they re-designed the board to prevent further failures. The button pad is easier to replace and cheaper, so if you have to guess go with that first. good luck!