Unit # 1 was stuck on heat no matter what position selection switch was set. Replaced selector switch (WP26X35) & power pack (WP29X41). Nothing will run. This unit is 265 volt.
Unit #2 is stuck on heat also, just like #1. This is also a 265 volt unit
I have gotten no where with GE or the company tha I purchased the replacement parts from.
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According to the book, I'm showing a mode actuator and a blend door actuator next to it. Some models use cables and some use small electric motors to move the doors. Are you sure you are working on the right door ?
1. Test for power to determine that the unit is receiving the correct voltages. 2. If the power voltages are correct and you have standard surface burner elements: 1. Test Surface Burner. 2. Test the Receptacle. 3. Test the Burner Switch. 3. If the power voltages are correct and you have solid-disc elements: 1. Test the solid-disc element. 2. Test the Burner Switch. 4. If the power voltages are correct and you have radiant heating elements: 1. Test the radiant heating element. 2. Test the Burner Switch.
1. Make sure the controls are set properly that the oven selector switch is set correctly and that the temperature switch is set to the desired temperature. Where applicable, make sure the oven timer is set to manual.
2. Make sure the oven door is slightly ajar as per your owner's manual.
3. If nothing else on the Range, Oven or Cooktop is working then: 1. Check the circuit breaker or fuse 2. Test for power
4. Test the broiler element.
5. Check the oven thermostat.
6. Check selector switch.
7. Check oven cycling relay.
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hello, Operators Manual Circulating Bath withDigital Controller 110-118 rev. A 3 Table of Contents Section 1. General Information 1.1 Unpacking 1.2 Package Contents 1.3 Description of Circulating Bath 1.4 Specification 1.5 Circulating Bath Fluid Connections To External Apparatus Section 2. Operation 2.1 Location 2.2 Filling the Reservoir 2.3 Reservoir Fluids 2.4 Circulator Pump 2.5 Closed Loop Circulation 2.6 Power 2.7 Setting Temperature 2.8 Setting the High Limit 2.9 Setting the Safety Thermostat 2.10 Operation of Refrigerated Models 2.11 Operation of Heat-Only Models 2.12 Selection of Celsius or Fahrenheit Readout 2.13 Optimization of Controller 2.14 Controller Display Messages Section 3. Maintenance 3.1 Heater 3.2 Pump Motor 3.3 Condenser and Air Vents (Refrigerated Models) 3.4 Cleaning 3.5 Maintaining Clear Bath Water Section 4. Troubleshooting 4.1 Unit Disabled - Service Required 4.2 No Pumping 4.3 Insufficient Pumping 4.4 No Cooling or Insufficient Cooling 4.5 No Heating 4.6 Insufficient Heating 4.7 Triac Failure 4.8 Controller Default Settings Section 5. Service and Technical Support Section 6. After-sale Support Section7. Warranty 4 Section 1. General Information 1.2 Unpacking Your circulator is shipped in a special carton. Retain the carton and all packing materials until the unit is completely assembled and working properly. Set up and run the unit immediately to confirm proper operation. Beyond one week, your unit may be warranty repaired, but not replaced. If the unit is damaged or does not operate properly, contact the transportation company, file a damage claim and contact the company where your unit was purchased. Remove any loose packing material which may have fallen into the reservoir during shipping. Also check that nothing remains around the heater or circulator pump. Before proceeding, be sure the Power switch is in the OFF position. Refrigerated models should have the Cooling switch in the OFF position. 1.2 Package Contents All TC-101D TC-201D TC-501D Circulator Bath Operators Manual 110-119 3/16in., 1/4in., and 3/8in. Nylon Barbed Tubing Adapters 510-011 6 ft. of 1/4in. ID Latex Tubing 300-299 Beaker Platform(s) for Bath Reservoir — 600 ml 701-402 701-402 (qty 2) 701-402 — 1000ml 701-403 Deck Lid(s) — solid 510-209 510-209 — w/beaker holes 510-211 510-209 510-211 Blue Hole Plugs — 31/2 inch 300-295 300-295(qty 2) 300-295 Note: Do NOT Use Above 120°C — 41/4 inch 300-296 Note: Work area "opening" is designed to measure samples directly in the bath. If additional viscometer height i
1. Press Master On/Off to set the unit to the standby mode.
2. Press and hold STRAIGHT / EFECT on the front panel; and then press Master On/Off inward to the ON position to turn on the power to this unit.
3. Rotate the PROGRAM selector on the front panel to select the parameter you want to adjust.
The name of the selected parameter appears in the front panel display.
4. Rotate the PROGRAM selector on the front panel repeatedly to change the setting.
5. s Master On/Off on the front panel to release it toward the Off position to save the new settigns and set the unit to standby mode.
THIS is the parameter you want to find in the procedure above:
Use to reset all the parameters of this unit to the initial factory settings with the exception of System Memory and AUTO SETUP settings.
Choices: CANCEL, RESET
* Select CANCEL if you do not want to reset the parameters of this unit.
* Select RESET to reset the parameters of this unit.
the turn signal/multifunction switch is defective, the other problem is a vacuum loss at the AC mode control switch or the vacuum switch itself (part of the AC control in dash), check the vacuum resovior under the hood gfor leaks and make sure the vacuum reaches the switch in the dash.
Is your Air Conditioner run with a wall mounted thermostat or the ceiling pack controls? If it is the ceiling pack controls, then your selector switch has gone bad and needs to be replaced. This is located in the ceiling pack itself and is relatively easy to do. You can easily test it with an Ohmmeter, going through these steps:
To check the selector switch, remove wires from the terminals and rotate the switch to the proper position and read continuity as follows: Terminals Switch Position L-1-3 Lo Heat L-1 Lo Fan L-2 Hi Fan L-1-4 Lo Cool L-2-4 Hi Cool * If you do not wish to remove the wires from each terminal, disconnect the 9 pin plug from the a/c unit.
the hvac selector switch in the dash may be the problem.You need to remove the switch and look at the connector on the back of switch,see if there are any burnt wires at the connector or switch.It's all electronic and the switches have been known to burn out on this and other model.