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ROTATING RACK DROPS TO FAR, SEAMS TO COAST DOWN AND TRAP CART.

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The brake in your hydraulic lift actuator is worn out.

Posted on Dec 30, 2011

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    Some manufacturers suggest putting a rubber bungeecord to keep the rack from overriding.

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sounds to me like the bottom element or what controls it is not working. the reason the ones on top are cooking is that the top element is coming on and browning them on top after the heat has made the dow rise and cook.
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Does the rack raise? Are you hearing a buzzing every second? You could have a bad rotation motor, or the drive chain could have just fallen off. Both of these repairs aren't terribly difficult but are extremely annoying. It might be a best use of your time and resources to call an authorized service provider and have them repair the issue.
If you're feeling ambitious the first thing you want to do is verify that your rotation motor is still functioning and that the gearbox is not stripped out. Make sure the supply power to the oven is off, climb up on top of the oven and remove the covers over the lift and rotation assembly if they are not already removed. You should see a black cylindrical motor with a plastic fan blade on the top, this is your rotation motor. Spin the fan blade with your finger while looking at the motor shaft, it should be rotating, if it is not you need a new motor. To change your rotation motor you will need a 5/16" ratcheting box wrench and it can be a nightmare the first time you change one. Unwire the motor, pay attention to which wires you disconnected. Remove the four screws underneath the motor and slide the motor straight up through the hole. Change the chain sprocket over to your new motor and reverse the steps.

If your motor IS rotating when you spin the fan then your chain may have slipped off. Loosen the four screws holding the rotation motor in place so you can slide it back and forth. Lift up on the shaft and place a screw driver in between the metal disc above the big sprocket to keep the weight off of the sprocket. Put the chain on the small sprocket first and then slowly work the chain onto the large sprocket. Once the chain is on lower the shaft back down and tighten the motor back up. Hopefully your rack should start rotating again, if it doesn't the gears in the gearbox could still be stripped causing it to slip, in which case you should call an authorized service provider to service the oven, or see above.

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