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No heat from all three heating elements in a baxter proofer. fuses? sensors? any thoughts? thank you bakery owner

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  • If the solution below checks out there are further steps you can take. Remove the top trim of the oven to access the control box. Remove the cover and you should see a control board a couple relays (maybe), and two large 3 pole contactors. Verify that the right contactor pulls in when you turn on the proofer and the left contactor should cycle on and off roughly every 20-40 seconds. If you know how to use a multimeter check for voltage on the left contactor on the connections marked A1 and A2, if you have zero volts for more than 40 seconds your relay board could be faulty if you get voltage but the contactor doesn't pull in then you have a faulty contactor. When replacing any parts make sure to turn off the power before servicing, these proofers have two separate power supplies.

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Check Electrical Box. The interior lights work on a separate fuse in the panel. Flip it all the way off and back on and try again. If nothing still, select one or both of the following options.

  1. Access the wall socket where the unit is attached. test the socket with a multi meter. You should get 210-230V ac from placing the leads in left AND right receptors. Placing a lead in the left OR right receptor AND the bottom ground should 110-130-V ac. If you do not have these readings stop now and do not plug your unit back in.
  2. Go to the service panel and identify the dual pole high voltage breaker for your unit. There should be a cable with 4 wires together, two to (one to each of) the breackers, one to the neutral bar on the small bar with insulated copper wire attached, and one with naked copper wire for the grounds. Make sure these are all connected properly as your unit may work with the wrong amount of power or a while but with ultimately burn up some high energy elements

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