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SERVICE MANUAL
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COUNTER TOP CONVECTION MICROWAVE OVEN

MODEL
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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FOREWORD .................................................................................................................................................... ~ THUMB INDEX ................................................................................................................................................ PRODUCT DESCRIPTION .................................................................................................................................. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS OPERATION SERVICING ............................................................................................................................. ....................................................................................................................................................

................................................................................................................................................... TOUCH CONTROL PANEL ASSEMBLY ............................................................................................................. COMPONENT REPLACEMENT AND ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE ......................................................................... MICROWAVE PICTORIAL MEASUREMENT PROCEDURE ..................................................................................................... DIAGRAM .................................................................................................................................... CONTROL PANEL CIRCUIT ............................................................................................................................. PRINTED WIRING BOARD ............................................................................................................................... PARTS LIST .................................................................................................................................................. PACKING AND ACCESSORIES SERVICE INFORMATION ........................................................................................................................ FOR TOUCH CONTROL UNIT ......................................................................................

SHARP CORPORATION

R-8270

R-8270

SERVICE MANUAL SHARP


PRODUCT DESCRIPTION COUNTER TOP CONVECTION MICROWAVE OVEN

R-8270 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

FOREWORD
This Manual has been prepared ice Personnel R-8270. It is recommended satisfactory that service personnel service. carefully study the to render with complete tion for the Sharp Counter to provide Sharp Corp. ServInformaOven, Operation and Service Microwave

OPERATION

Top Convection

entire text of this Manual, customer

so they will be qualified

CAUTION MICROWAVE Personnel which should RADIATION to the microwave energy

not be exposed

may radiate

from the magnetron

or other microwave

generating devices if it is improperly used or connected. All input and output microwave connections, waveguides, flanges, and gaskets must be secured. a microwave energy absorbNever operate the device without ing load attached. Never look into an open waveguide is energized. or antenna while the device

REPLACEMENT ADJUSTMENT

AND

MICROWAVE MEASUREMENT

SHARP COPORATION OSAKA, JAPAN

WIRING

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PRODUCT
EXPLANATIOIN OF MICROWAVE
The Sharp Convection-Microwave oven uses microwave energy and the sheath heater to produce heat in the food to be cooked. Unlike conventional ovens, microwave energy will cook foods without applying external heat. Microwae which are short electromagnetic waves of RF (radio frequency) energy, pass through materials such as glass, paper, china, and most plastics. Materials such as metal and aluminum foil tend to reflect microwaves and may be used only as recommended in the cooking instructions.

DESCRIPTION
COOKING AND CONVECTION COOKING
Materials with a high moisture content, like most foods, will absorb microwave energy. As the microwave energy, at a frequency of 2,450 Megahertz enters the food, the molecules align themselves with the energy. However, cooking by microwave energy only, produces no browning or searing (unless cooking a roast of sufficient thickness). This microwave oven is, therefore, equipped with a sheath heater to provide browning of the food. The combination of the heater plus high-speed circulation of air by a circulating fan provides fast cooking and roosting of foods conventionally with or without the addition of microwave energy.

SPECIFICATIONS ITEMS
240 Volts Power Requirements 5.4 Amperes 6.7 Amperes 50 Hertz Single phase, 3 wire grounded 650 watts Operating nominal frequency of RF microwave of 2,450 MHz energy (2 liter water load) (Microwave) (Convection)

DESCRIPTIONS

Microwave

Power Outout

Convection

Power

Output

1.5 kilo watts Width 550mm 336mm 456mm 345mm 208mm 360mm System pad

Case Dimensions

Height Depth Width

Cooking

Cavity

Dimensions

Height Depth

Touch Control Timer: Clock Microwave Control Complement Convection Instant Compu Cook Defrost

Start pad and Stop/Clear 99 min. 90 sec. Cook Cook

Auto Start Microwave Repetition Power for Variable Rate: time 70% of high 50% of high 30% of high 10% of high Cooking

the cooking HIGH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Full power throughout MED HIGH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 sec. ON, 8 sec. OFF, approx. MED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 sec. ON, 14 sec. OFF, approx. MED LOW (DEFROST)..1 2 sec. ON, 20 sec. OFF, approx. LOW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 sec. ON, 26 sec. OFF, approx. Auto 40C, Weight Approx. Start Cooking Temperature 130C, Control Range: 180C, 200C, 220C, 70C, 27 kg 150C, 160C, Convection

230C

and 250C

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

/ Auto-TouchTM Control Panel

INDICATORS Indicator lights for Convection KONV), Dual, Variable Cooking, Cook, food doneness (MORE, LESS), kilogrammes (kg), Pound (Lbs), Ounce (Oz), Auto Cook, Auto Defrost and Temperature (TEMP). 1 DIGITAL READOUT Shows readout of cooking time, convection temperature, Auto Cook, Auto Defrost Setting, cooking instructions or time of dFlV. COMPU DEFROSTTM PAD Touch to select Compu Defrost

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INSTANT COOKTM PAD Touch to cook for 1 minute at HIGH or increase by 1 minute multiples during variable cooking. NUMBER AND TEMPERATURE PAD Touch to enter cooking times, clock time or convection temperature. CONVECTION COOKING FUNCTION Touch to cook for each function. PADS

VARIABLE COOKING CONTROL PADS Touch to select microwave power setting If not touched, HIGH is automatically selected. I-TIMER/HOLD PAD Touch to set minute the setting. timer or HOLD (pause)

TIhkR HOLD

AUTO START CLOCK +-

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- AUTO START/CLOCK PAD Touch to set clock or auto start time. STOP/CLEAR PAD Touch to erase during programming. Touch once to stop operation of oven during cooking; touch twice to cancel cooking programme.

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START PAD Touch to start oven.

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TO SET

information,

refer to your Operation


TO USE

Manual.

CLOCK

INSTANT COOK

1. Touch STOP/CLEAR.

2. Touch CLOCK.

3. Enter time of day by touching numbers. (Ex. 4:30) 4. Touch CLOCK.

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1. Touch Instant Cook. Use Instant Cook to program one minute of cooking instantly or to increase cooking time while the oven is operating. Great for quick reheating or to adding time without reprogramming the oven.

TO

PREHEAT
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1. Touch CONVECTION.

TO COOK BY

MICROWAVE
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2. Touch desired preheat temperature. (Ex. 180C) 3. Touch START.

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1. Enter cooking time by touching numbers. (Ex. 15 min.) 2. Touch CONVECTION. 11//5110/m )I

TO COOK

MULTIPLE SEQUENCE BY MICROWAVE


1. Enter cooking time for 1st sequence. (Ex. 4 min. 30 sec.) /4//3(/01

3. Enter desired cooking temperature. (Ex. 250C) 4. Touch START.

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2. Touch Variable Control setting for 1st sequence. (Ex. LOW) 3. Enter cooking time for 2nd sequence. (Ex. 5 min.) 4. Touch Variable Control setting for 2nd sequence. (Ex. HIGH) 5. Enter cooking time for 3rd sequence. (Ex. 8 min.) 6. Touch Variable Control setting for 3rd sequence. (Ex. MEDIUM) 7. Touch START.

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COOK

1. Touch CONVECTION.

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TO COOK BY

AUTOMATIC

MIX

TO USE

TIMER

1. Enter cooking time by touching numbers. (Ex. 25 min.) 2. Touch LOW MIX/BAKE or HIGH MIX/ROAST. 3. Touch START.

1. Enter desired time. (Ex. 3 min.)

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3. To clear timer, touch STOP/CLEAR.

CLEAR

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AUTOMATIC

MIX

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AUTO START
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1. Enter cooking time by touching numbers. (Ex. 30 min.) 2. Touch LOW MIX/BAKE or HIGH MIX/ROAST. 3. Touch desired temperature. (Ex. 180C) 4. Touch START.

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HIGH MIX ROAST

I. Enter desired start time. (Ex. 6:OO) 2. Touch AUTO START.

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3. Enter desired cooking program.

4. Touch START.

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1. Touch SLOW COOK.

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GRILLING
1. Enter desired time by touching numbers. (Ex. 14 min.) 2. Touch GRILL.

2. Touch desired temperature. (Ex. 13O=C)

3. Touch START.

3. Touch START.

START

TO USE

COMPU

DEFROST

COMPU
jetting ; Food

DEFROST CHART
Weight

1. Touch COMPU DEFROST.

2. Select desired COMPU DEFROST setting. (Ex. Roast Beef-3) 3. Touch number pads to enter desired weight. (Ex. 1.0 kg round to 3.0 kg) 4. Touch START. During defrosting, oven will stop twice; check food. Touch START to continue defrosting.

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Whole chicken Roast beef/pork/lamb

0 to 3.0 kg

OPERATION
DESCRIPTION
The following is a complete description of component tions during oven operation. 5.

OF OPERATING
func4.

SEQUENCE
The coil of cook relay (RY 1) is energized by the conon. to transformer is supplied is turned

trol unit, then the power The mains supply winding both door interlock switch contacts switches: are opened.) by the 6. voltage

to the primary winding high winding and apvoltage heats

OFF CONDITION
Closing the door activates upper and lower (In this condition, The stop switch latch switch. the monitor on the lower latch hook is activated

of the power transformer 2400 volts A.C.

and is converted on the

3.4 volts A.C. output proximately winding.

on the filament

The 3.4 volts A.C. output from filament the magnetron filament. The RF energy produced by the magnetron neled through the waveguide and then into the cavity be cooked.

lower latch head. When oven is plugged in, the mains supply voltage to the transformer energized supplying run until the damper (Figure O-l ) 1. All digital readout flashes each second. power to the control is fully open.

is supplied is

tube is chanfeedbox,

on the unit chassis, and the transformer

into the cavity

unit. But no compo8.

where the food is placed to will

nents in the oven will operate except damper motor which will

Upon completion occur: 8-l. The shut-off de-energized, ble motor,

of the cooking time, the following

relay (RY2), (RY5) and (RY 1) will be turning off the oven lamp, turntaand power transenergy of microwave cooling fan motor is stopped. signal will sound, and the

To set any program or set the clock, you must first touch the STOP/CLEAR pad. I:00 will appear on the display and 2. count up every one minute. A signal is input to the control shut-off relay (RY 6). unit, energizing the coil of 8-2. 8-3. 9.

former. Then the generation by the magnetron The end of cooking

The time of day will reappear.

RY6 contacts close completing a circuit to the damper motor. The damper motor now operates moving the damper to the open position, thereby closing the contacts of the damper switch which inputs a signal to the control unit. The coil of shut-off relay (RY6) is de-energized, opening its contacts, button, thereby turning off the damper motor. Note: When the door is opened by pushing the door open the oven lamp comes on.

oven will revert to the OFF condition. When the door is opened during a cook cycle, the interlock activated turntable switches, motor, stop switch the cooling and monitor fan motor, switch are with the following components results. The circuits to the etc. and the and the digin the cook the operasin the the

high voltage

are deenergized,

ital readout displays the time still remaining cycle when the door was opened. 10. The monitor sociated with switch is electrically monitoring

COOKING CONDITION
1. HIGH COOKING Program desired cooking trol by touching once. occur: 1. 2. 3. time and Variable Cooking Conpad the TIME pads and the MICROWAVE the following

ation of the upper latch switch and is mechanically the door so that it will function following (1) sequence.

When the door opens from a closed position, upper latch switch open their contacts, the monitor switch contacts close.

and then

When the START pad is touched, (Figure O-2).

operations (2)

When the door is closed from the open position, the monitor the contacts switch contacts first open, and then close. closed when of the upper latch switch failes with its contacts through

The numbers of the digital readout start counting down to zero. The coil of shut-off The coil of shut-off cooling fan motor relay (RY2) is energized, motor on. are turned relay (RY5) is energized, is turned then the on. then the oven lamp and turntable

If the upper latch switch will form switch, a short circuit

the door is opened, the closing of the monitor switch contacts the fuse and upper latch causing the monitor fuse to blow.

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HIGH

COOKING CONDITION temperature by pad and Temperature operations

Program desired cooking time and convection the time pad, CONVECTION

of the cook relay which operation is as follows:

by the control The microwave

a 32 second time base.

the following

The numbers of the digital readout to zero. The coil of shut-off trol unit. 2-1. The relay contacts

start the count down by the conpath

relay (RY6) is energized close to provide

a current

ON MED HIGH

8 set FF

MICROWAVE POWER = A~prox 70%

to the damper 2-2.

motor. opening the damper contacts switch sends re-

The dmaper motor is energized and damper is moved to the closed position, contacts.

ON MED 18sec OFF

14 ret

MKROWAVE POWER = Approx 50%

2-3.

The opening

of the damper

switch

a signal to the control unit de-energizing


MED LOW DEFROST ON 12 ret OFF 20 ret I MICROWAVE PQWkR = Approx 30%

shut-off

lay (RY6) and opening motor. 3. The oven lamp, turntable convection 4. motor

the circuit cooling

to the damper fan motor, and

motor,

LOW

MICROWAVE POWER = Approx 10%

are energized. (if the cavity element. time, the audible signal motor, cooling fan is (by At the end temperature and the mains sup-

Heater relay (RY4) is energized ply is supplied to the heating

is lower than the selected temperature) Note: The ON/OFF time ratio does not correspond with the percentage of microwave power, because approx. 2 seconds are needed for heating of the magnetron filament. 5. Upon completion of the cooking

will sound, and oven lamp, turntable motor, and convection of the convection above 120C, fan cycle, if the cavity

motor are de-energized.

air temperature

the circuit to RY5 will be maintained circuit) motor to continue the the operation drops until temprature

3.

COMPU DEFROST COOKING The COMPU DEFROST key is a special funciton defrost COMPU tions, meats and other food faster and better. DEFROST 1 to minced 5 automatically beef. 6. defrosts joint, sliced loaf, poultry stages. and chicken porkey to

the thermistor cooling 100C,

of the below turning

at which time relay will be de-energized, cycle has ended, turning

off the fan motor. Relay RY3 will, however, as the convection door to open. At the end of the convection (RY6) is energized er switch contacts de-energizing turning

open as soon off the con-

beef/pork/lamb

chops, steaks,

vection fan motor. This will now cool and allow the damper COOK cycle, shut-off on the damper motor. relay The

Each key has 3 defrost

When the desired COMPU DEFROST number is selected and the food weight is entered by using the number pads, the oven will cook according quence, Manual. refer to Compu to the special cooking Guide seDefrost on Operation

damper is returned to the open position, shut-off relay (RY 6).

closing the damp-

which send a signal to the control unit,

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DESCRIPTION COOLING FAN MOTOR

AND FUNCTION

OF COMPONENTS SWITCH
switch, mounted on the upper latch hook, is acopened) by the upper latch head on the by means of blowing the fuse when the

MONITOR
The monitor tivated

The cooling fan motor drives a blade which draws cooling air through the oven base. This cooling air is directed through the air vanes surrounding assembly. the magnetron and cools the magnetron directly through Most of the air is then exhausted

(the contacts

door while the door is closed. This switch is intended to render the oven inoperative is opened. Functions: 1. When the door is opened, close (to ON condition) the monitor switch contacts closed. due to their being normally contacts of the upper latch switch failes to open when the door

the back vents. However,

a portion of this air through the oven vapors given off from the heatcooking. It is then exhausted compartment. and convecat

base. This cooling air directed ing foods during microwave the top of the oven cavity This fan motor operates tion cooking.

into a condensation during both microwave

LOWER AND UPPER LATCH SWITCHES


The lower latch switch is mounted are activated except thereby in the lower latch hook and 2. the upper latch switch is mounted in the upper latch hook. They by the latch heads on the door. When the door interrupt the circuit to all components and control switches. unit. 3. is opened, the switches

At this time the upper latch switch tact switches. As the door goes to a closed position, contacts contacts switches close. operate (On opening inversely.)

is in the OFF condiopen conswitch

tion (contacts open) due to their being normally

the monitor

are first opened and then the upper latch switch the door, each of these contacts

the oven lamps, fan motor activating both interlock

A cook cycle cannot take place until the door is firmly closed

If the door is opened and the upper latch switch fail to open, the fuse blows simultaneously

with the clos-

ing of the monitor switch contacts. BEFORE REPLACING A BLOWN FUSE, TEST THE CAUTION: UPPER LATCH SWITCH AND MONITOR SWITCH FOR PROPER OPERATION. (REFER TO CHAPTER TEST PROCEDURE)

DOOR OPEN MECHANISM


The door is opened by pushing the open button on the control
UPPER LATCH HEAD

panel, refer to Figure D-l. the door, operating hooks.

When the open button

is pushed,

the open plate on the open device pushes in the door lever on the latch head linkage. The latch heads are moved upward, and released from the latch Now, the door will open.

LOWER LATCH HEAD

OP/EN BUTTON

Figure D-l.

Latch Switches, Monitor Switch and Stop Switch

CONVECTION

COOKING SYSTEM

DAMPER OPERATION
Usually, the damper is in the open position except during the convection cooking. Damper position is set automatically by damper motor, damper switch, motor cam and damper arm lever. These components are operated according to the signal that judges the microwave cooking or convection cooking operation in the control unit. Microwave Cooking: Damper is in the open position. Because a portion of cooling air is channeled through the cavity to remove steam and vapors given off from the heating foods. It is then exhausted at the top of the oven cavity into a condensation compartment. Convection Cooking: Damper is in the closed position, so that no hot air will be allowed to leak out the oven cavity, Figure D-3. Damper Operation 1. When power supply cord is plugged in: I-1. When power supply cord is plugged in, a signal is sensed in the control unit, and operates the shut-off relay (RY 6). I-2. Contacts of shut-off relay (RY6) close and add the mains supply voltage to the damper motor. The damper motor is energized, opening the damper door. I-3. When damper is moved to the open position by the damper cam, damper switch is closed (ON position). 1-4. The signal of damper switch is re-sensed in the control unit and shut-off relay (RY6) is turned off. 1-5. The mains supply voltage to the damper motor is stopped and the motor turns off. 2. When oven is microwave cooking: Damper is in the open position. 3. When oven is convection cooking and dual cooking: 3-1. Damper motor is energized by touching START pad. 3-2. When damper is in the closed position (damper switch is OFF), its signal is sensed by the control unit, and shut-off relay (RY6) is -de-energized. 3-3. The damper is held in the closed position during the cooking operation. 3-4. At the end of the cooking, the shut-off relay (RY6) is energized, and damper is returned to the open position. NOTE: IF THE DAMPER DOOR IS NOT IN THE PROPER POSITION, ALL FUNCTIONS WILL STOP AFTER 60 SECONDS OF OPERATION. CHECK DAMPER SWITCH AND MOTOR, ADJUST OR REPLACE.
DUMPER SHAFT DAMPER DOOR

This oven is designed with a hot air heating system where food is not directly heated up by the heater, but is instead heated by forced circulation of the hot air produced by the heater. The air heated by the heater is circulated through the convection passage provided on the outer casing of the oven cavity by means of the convection fan which is driven by the convection motor. It then enters the inside of oven through the vent holes provided on the left and back side of the oven. Next, the hot air heats up the food on the turntable and leaves the oven cavity through the vent hole in the right side of the back cavity. This hot air is reheated by the heater, passes through the convection passage and enters the inside of the oven cavity again, in a continuing cycle. In this way, the hot air circulates inside the oven cavity to raise its temperature pad, at the same time, comes into contact with the food begin cooked. When the temperature inside the oven cavity reaches the preset temperature, the heater is de-energized. When the temperature inside the oven cavity thereafter drops below the preset temperature, the heater is energized again. In this way, the inside of the oven cavity is maintained at approximately the preset temperature. When the timer reaches 0 point, the heater is de-energized and the convection fan stops operating. At the high temperature, the fan motor remains rotating. Automatically the fan motor will be shut down at low temperature.

HEATER
The heater is located on the back of the oven cavity as iliustrated in Figure D-2. It is intended to heat air driven by the convection fan. The heated air is kept in the oven and forcedly circulated and reheated by the heater.

Conrectmn Fan

Convectlo Fan Motor

Figure D-2. CONVECTION FAN MOTOR ASSEMBLY


The convection fan motor assembly consists of the convection motor, heating element, convection fan etc. and mounting nut. The auxiliary fan is for cooling the convection motor. The convection fan revolves counter clockwise for forced circulation of hot air produced by the heating element. This hot air circulates inside the oven cavity to raise its temperature and the temperature of the food being cooked.

DUMPER DUCT

DAMPER SWITCH

DAMPER DAMPER MOTOR CAM

Figure D-3

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SERVICING
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
When troubleshooting of the possible which the microwave oven, it is helpful to folthe checks. Many letter IMPORTANT: If the oven becomes blown monitor fuse secondary secondary switch inoperative in the switches because of a

low the Sequence of Operation in performing causes of trouble in the Test test be performed. will be found

primary-monitor and monitor fuse.

will require that a specific Procedures section.

switch circuit, check the primary and interlock the monitor

These tests are given a procedure

before replacing

PROBLEM

POSSIBLE CAUSE OFF CONDITION

TEST PROCEDURE OR CORRECTION

Home fuse blows when is plugged Monitor

power

cord

Shorted

wire in power

cord or wire harness.

Replace cord or check wiring.

into wall receptacle. Shorted wire in power cord or wire harness. Replace power cord or check and repair wire harness. Defective monitor at outlet. fuse. switch. Procedure F.

fuse blows when power into wall receptacle.

cord is plugged

All digital display plugged

readout

do not appear in

No power Blown Blown

Check home fuse. Procedure Procedure harness, G. H.

when power cord is first into wall outlet. monitor

temp. fuse.

Open wire in power cord, wiring or wiring units. Defective Defective Display when does not operate properly Defective Defective Defective Defective Oven lamp does not light with door opened. Open wire in power Defective Defective oven lamp. control unit. No power control unit. between control

Replace or repair wiring.

panel assembly

Procedure Procedure Procedure

K. J. 0. K. J. E.

relay unit. key unit. control unit.

STOP/CLEAR pad is touched. Procedure Procedure Procedure

(Buzzer should sound and time of day should appear in display.)

relay unit. stop switch. in home. cord or wire harness.

Check wall outlet. Replace same or repair wiring. Replace. Procedure to the K.

Open or loose wire connection above components. Blown monitor

Check wiring.

fuse or temp. fuse.

Procedure

G or H.

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TROUBLESHOOTING

GUIDE (CONTD) TEST PROCEDURE OR CORRECTION

PROBLEM

POSSIBLE CAUSE COOKING CONDITION

Oven lamp does not light in cook cycle. (Does light when door is opened)

Defective

contacts

of shut-off

relay (RY2)

Procedure

J.

on relay unit. Defective control unit. Procedure Replace. Check and repair wiring. K.

Oven lamp does not light at all.

Burned out bulb. Open wiring to oven lamp.

Oven lamp lights, motor

but turntable

does not operate. motor operates does not

Defective

turntable

motor.

Replace.

Turntable normally operate.

Defective Defective

cooling shut-off

fan motor. relay (RY5) on relay unit. to the fan motor.

Check and replace. Procedure J.

but fan motor

Open or loose wiring MICROWAVE COOKING Upper and lower

Check and repair wiring.

Oven does not go into a cook cycle when START pad is touched.

latch switches

defective

Procedures

E.

or out of adjustment. Defective Defective Defective cook relay (RY 1) on relay unit. control unit. Procedure Procedure Procedure to above components. J. K. 0.

key unit.

Open or loose wiring Oven seems to be operating tle or no heat is produced load. (Food incompletely not cooked cycle) but litin oven cooked or Defective Defective Defective Defective Defective Defective magnetron.

Check and repair wiring. Procedure Procedure Procedure Procedure Procedure Procedure A. J. B. C. D. K.

cook relay (RY 1) on relay unit. power transformer.

at all at end of cook

silicon rectifier. high voltage control unit. to above components. capacitor.

Open or loose wiring Low voltage Dirty oven cavity Oven goes into a cook cycle but extremely produced uneven heating is in oven load (food). when on Defective Defective control unit. Turntable motor

Check and repair wiring.

does not operate.

Refer to preceding motor problem.

turntable

Oven does not cook properly programmed powers. HIGH) for variable (Operates properly

Procedure Procedure between above

K. 0.

cooking key unit.

Open or loose wiring components.

Check and repair wiring.

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TROUBLESHOOTING

GUIDE (CONTD) TEST PROCEDURE OR CORRECTION

PROBLEM

POSSIBLE CAUSE

Oven does not cook properly programmed in the COMPU mode. DEFROST cooking CONVECTION

when

Defective

COMPU DEFROST function.

Procedure

K.

COOKING lights but oven Defective Defective key unit. thermistor. in circuit to above Procedure Procedure 0. L.

CONV indicator

does not go into cook cycle when START pad is touched.

Open wiring components. CONV indicator element lights, but heating Defective Defective Defective

Check and repair wiring.

heating heater control

element. relay (RY4) on relay unit. unit. to the

Procedure Procedure Procedure

I. J. K.

does not heat.

Open or loose wire connection above components. Temperature lower in the oven cavity is Check temperature Defective Defective Defective Defective Defective Defective Defective fan. heating control element. unit. motor.

Check and repair wiring.

Procedure Procedure Procedure Replace. Procedure Procedure Procedure of convection Check.

P. I. K.

or higher than preset.

convection thermistor. damper damper

L. M. N.

motor. switch.

drive mechanism

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TEST PROCEDURES PROCEDURE LETTER A COMPONENT MAGNETRON TEST TEST

ASSEMBLY

DISCHARGE THE HIGH VOLTAGE CAPACITOR BEFORE TOUCHING ANY OVEN COMPONENTS OR WIRING.
To test for an open filament, isolate the magnetron from the high voltage the magnetron filament leads should indicate less than 1 ohm. circuit. A continuity check across

To test for a shorted magnetron, connect the ohmmeter leads between the magnetron filament leads and chassis ground. This test should indicate an infinite resistance. If there is little or no resistance, the magnetron is grounded and must be replaced. Power output of the magnetron can be measured by performing a water temperature rise test. This test should only be used if above tests do not indicate a faulty magnetron and there is no defect in the following components or wiring: rectifier, high voltage capacitor, heater transformer and power transformer. MICROWAVE OUTPUT POWER Microwave output power from the magnetron can be measured by way of substitution, i.e. it can be measured by using water load how much it can be absorbed by the water load. To measure the microwave output power in the microwave oven, the relation of calorie and watt is used. When P (WI heating works for t (second), approximately P-t/4.2 calorie is generated. On the other hand, if the temperature of the water with V (ml) rises AT (Cl during this microwave heating period, the calorie of the water is V.AT. The formular is as follows: PG = V.AT 4.2 4.2 . V AT (W) P= t Our condition for the water load is as follows. Water load . . . . . 2000 ml Heating time . . . . . 120 seconds (2 minutes) 1 P = 70 x AT/ Measuring method; l.Put the water load of two (2) litres on the center of the oven shelf. The water load should be arranged in two (2) Pyrex beakers, the size of which is one (I) litre, and be placed at right and left, side by side, on the oven shelf. 2. Measure the temperature of water before heating and also after heating during two minutes by microwave, and calculate the temperature rise. The temperature rise should be the average of temperature differences measured in each beaker. 3.The output power should be calculated as follows. In case the measuring result is not satisfactory, execute the measurement several times and judge the result from the synthetic point of view. Microwave output power should be within + 15% of the nominal one. Calculation Microwave of output power; output power . ..P (W) = 70 x AT (C) AT = (ATL + ATR) : average 2 ATL = (TL2 - TL,) ATR = (TR2 - TR1) TL2 TL1 TRl TRr : : : : water temperature water temperature water temperature water temperature

temperature

rise

after heating in left beaker before heating in left beaker after heating in right beaker before heating in right beaker

Measuring condition; As the microwave output is affected by several conditions, the measurement should be made carefully with following attentions. 1. Initial temperature of salt water should be 20 & 1 OC. (The salt water should be contained bon (I) percent of salt.) Well and quickly stir the water and the temperature measurement should be done immediately after heating. 2.The graduation of thermometer should be scaled by 0.1 OC at minimum and an accurate mercury thermometer is recommended. 3. Water container should be one (1 I litre beaker made of Pyrex glass and its diameter approximately 12 cm. 4. Room temperature should be around 20C. 5. Power supply voltage should be specification voltage.

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TEST PROCEDURES ROCEDURE LETTER B COMPONENT TEST TEST BEFORE TOUCHING ANY OVEN

POWER TRANSFORMER DISCHARGE THE HIGH VOLTAGE CAPACITOR COMPONENTS OR WIRING.

Disconnect the primary input terminals and measure the resistance of the transformer with an ohmmeter. Check for continuity of the coils with an ohmmeter. On the R x 1 scale, the resistance of the primary coil should be less than 1 ohm and the resistance of the high voltage coil should be approximately 82 ohms; and the resistance of filament coil should be less than 1 ohm. (HIGH VOLTAGES ARE PRESENT TO HIGH VOLTAGE THE FILAMENT AND HIGH VOLTAGE.) TERMINAL, SO DO NOT ATTEMPT TO MEASURE

SILICON RECTIFIER TEST DISCHARGE THE HIGH VOLTAGE CAPACITOR COMPONENTS OR WIRING. BEFORE TOUCHING ANY OVEN

Isolate the rectifier from the circuit. Using the highest ohm scale of the meter, read the resistance across the terminals and observe, reverse the leads to the rectifier terminals and observe meter reading. If a short is indicated in both directions, or if an infinite resistance is read in both directions, the rectifier is probably defective and should be replaced.

HIGH VOLTAGE CAPACITOR DISCHARGE THE HIGH VOLTAGE CAPACITOR COMPONENTS OR WIRING.

TEST TOUCHING ANY OVEN

BEFORE

If the capacitor is open, no high voltage will be available to the magnetron. Disconnect input leads and check for short or open between the terminals using an ohmmeter. Checking with a high ohm scale, if the high voltage capacitor is normal, the meter will indicate continuity for a short time and should indicate an open circuit once the capacitor is charged. If the above is not the case, check the capacitor with the ohmmeter to see if it is short circuited between the terminals. If it is short circuited, replace the capacitor.

SWITCH

TEST

Isolate the switch and check the connection by using the ohmmeter according to the table. If improper operation is indicated, make the necessary switch adjustment or replacement. Table: Switch Connection C ommon Terminal-Normally Open Terminal Common Terminal-Normally (COM) Closed circuit Open circuit (NC) Close Terminal

Connection Operation Plunger released Plunger pushed

KOM)
Open circuit Closed circuit

(NO)

MONITOR

SWITCH

TEST

Before performing this test, make sure that the Primary and Secondary Interlock Switches are operating properly referring to the Switch Test Procedure. Connect one ohmmeter lead to the Upper latch switch (NO) terminal, and the other lead to the Lower latch switch (COM) terminal, as shown Figure. When the door is open, the meter should indicate a closed circuit. When the monitor switch lever of the upper latch hook is pushed by a screw driver throughthe upper latch hole on the front plate of the oven cavity with the door opened fin this condition the plunger of the monitor switch is pushed in), the meter should indicate an open circuit. In case improper operation is indicated, replace the defective switch.

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TEST PROCEDURES (CONTD) PROCEDURE LETTER COMPONENT TEST

MONITOR

CCO;TD,

G
If the fuse in the upper-monitor If the monitor fuse is blown switch

BLOWN FUSE
circuit switch is blown operation, normally. when the door is opened, check the upper latch switch and fuse

switch and monitor switch according to the Test Procedure of those switches, by improper at the same time. Replace just the fuse if the switches CAUTION; The replacement operate fuse must be the listed fuse in Parts List.

before replacing the blown fuse.

adjust or replace the defective

H
A continuity check across the temp. of the magnetron through

TEMP. FUSE TEST


fuse terminals reaches should indicate a closed circuit. assembly. Check for restrictduct.

If the temperature

1 15OC, the temp. fuse opens. If the temp. fuse has opened, overheating of the magnetron especially in the chassis, the cooling

replace the fuse. An open temp. fuse indicates ed air flow to the magnetron

the opening

I
Make sure the heating a. Disconnect between the heating element element

HEATING
is fully cooled terminals

ELEMENT TEST
and test as follows; with an ohmmeter. On the R x 1 scale, the resistance 37 ohms. 1OOMQ insulation should resistance

wire leads and measure the resistance

should be approximately resistance terminal

b. Disconnect meter.

wire leads and measure the insulation resistance between heating

with 500V and cavity

The insulation

element

be more than 0.5MQ.

J
The relay unit consists Plug power of circuits

RELAY UNIT TEST


including the shut-off relays, buzzer, transformer, in the display. 3 of the 7-pin connector (A) on etc.

cord into wall receptacle

88888

will be flashing Pin No.

Remove the outer case and check voltage the relay unit with an A.C. voltmeter. The meter should indicate

between

1 and No.

mains supply voltage,

if not check oven circuit.

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TEST PROCEDURES (CONTDI PROCEDURE LETTER J (CONTD)


Shut-off, Cook and Heater Relay Test These relays are operated by D.C. voltage. Check voltage at the relay coil with a D.C. voltmeter during the microwave or convection cooking operation. D.C. voltage indicated . . . . . . . . . . Defective relay. D.C. voltage not indicated . . Check diode which is connected to the relay coil. If diode is good, control unit is defective. OPERATIONAL VOLTAGE

COMPONENT

TEST

RELAY SYMBOL RYI RY2 RY3 RY4 (HEATER) RY5 RY6 (COOK)

CONNECTED Power transformer Oven lamp/Turntable

COMPONENTS

motor

Approx.

14V. D.C.

Convection Heating Cooling Damper

motor

element fan motor motor

K
The touch control like conventional ohmmeter.

TOUCH CONTROL PANEL ASSEMBLY


panel consists of circuits including microwave ovens, semiconductors cannot panel assembly is described

TEST
unand

such as LSI, ICs, etc. Therefore, with only a voltmeter indicated.

proper maintenance

be performed according

In this service manual, the touch control by unit replacement

is divided into two units; key and conto the symptoms

trol units and troubleshooting 1. Key Unit. The following symptoms

indicate

a defective

key unit. Replace the key unit. no signal at all. no signal.

a) When touching b) When touching c) When touching 2. Control Unit

the pads, a certain a number the pads, sometimes

pad produces

pad, two figures or more are displayed. a pad produces

The following 2-l

symptoms

indicate

a defective

control

unit. Replace the control

unit.

In connection

with pads the pads, a certain group of pads do not produce a signal. a signal. the pads, no pads produce with indicators do not light up. is low when it lights up. of all digits do not light up; or they continue do not light up. to light up.

a) When touching b) When touching 2-2 In connection

a) At a certain b) At a certain

digit, all or some segments digit, brightness segments does not light up.

c) Only one indicator d) The corresponding f) A certain

e) Wrong figure appears. group of indicators g) The figure of all digits flicker. 2-3 Other possible troubles caused defective control unit.

a) Buzzer does not sound or continues b) Clock does not operate properly. c) Cooking is not possible. d) Proper temperature Note: When a defective the defective material, in which measurement

to sound.

is not obtained. the Key Unit, or the Control Unit are replaced, packed for return in the shipping carton, with its cushion part was shipped to you.

one or more of two components, the new replacement

part or parts must be properly

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TEST PROCEDURES (CONTD) PROCEDURE j LETTER L


Disconnect the 6-pin connector

COMPONENT --._.. -, THERMISTOR


from the control unit.

TEST TEST

Measure the resistance of the thermistor Room Temp. 68OF (20C) - 86F (3OC)

with an ohmmeter.

Connect the ohmmeter

leads to Pin NOs 1 and 2.

Resistance Approx. 350- 155kg above resistance, replace the thermistor.

If the meter does not indicate

DAMPER MOTOR TEST


When the power cord is plugged into the wall receptacle, motor and the motor operates the mains supply voltage is added to the damper closes. Then the damper

until the damper is opened and the damper switch

motor stops operating. If the damper motor does not operate, check for input voltage by A.C. volt-meter at the motor. I. Disconnect the power cord from the wall receptacle. 2. Disconnect the wire leads of motor and connect the meter leads to the wire leads of main wire harness. 3. Reconnect the power cord into the wall receptacle. If mains supply voltage is indicated at the wire leads, replace the motor. Not indicated, check the wire harness and the relay unit.

N
Disconnect

DAMPER SWITCH
the wire leads from the switch terminals

TEST
leads to the common (COM)

and connect the ohmmeter

and normally open (NO) terminals 1. When switch actuator is pushed 2. When the power cord is plugged rotates. The switch actuator is If imporper operation is indicated,

of the switch. by the damper motor cam, the meter should indicate a closed circuit. into the wall receptacle, the damper motor operates and damper cam released and meter should indicate an open circuit. replace the damper switch.

0
When any indicator

KEY UNIT TEST


does not show response against

key operation, make short-circuit by jumper wire between the pins for relative key switches for testing, referring to the following key matrix. If the indicator responds and oven goes into operation, replace the control unit.

the key unit is faulty. if there is no response,

P
It is difficult temperature

CHECKING TEMPERATURE
to measure the exact temperature

IN THE CONVECTION

MODE
thermocouple type

in the convection

oven. An accurate

meter must be used, A low priced bi-metal

type thermometer

is not reliable or accurate. is reached


(au-

The temperature should be checked approximately dible signal sounds four times.) The temperature however, Difference voltage ply voltage experienced may be approximately

5 minutes after the preheat temperature

25OC more or less than indicated

on the display,

in most cases the food cooking in Power supply voltage

results will be satisfactory. the oven temperature. longer cooking The household power
supply

will also affect

may sometimes

become lower than the rated voltage

and cause under-cooking. time is required

If the power SUP-

is 10% lower than the rated voltage,

by I 0% to 20%.

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TOUCH

CONTROL

PANEL ASSEMBLY

OUTLINE OF TOUCH CONTROL PANEL

The touch shown

control

section

consists

of the following

units as

6)

Thermistor mistor. The variation

Sensor Circuit in the oven cavity according is sensed by the therto sensed tempera-

in the block diagram.

The temperature

(I) Relay unit (2) Key unit (3) Control Exchange unit of signals between each unit is indicated The principal functions by the arof these

of resistance to LSI.

ture is detected result applied

by the thermistor

sensor circuit and the the re-

rows in the block diagram. below.

The result of detecting lay and display. 7) Stop Switch A switch to tell

is given to LSI controlling

units and the signals communicated

among them are explained

Relay Unit
Relay unit consists circuit of six Relays (RY 1 -RY6), power source 8) and buzzer circuit.

the LSI if the door is open or closed.

Relay Circuit To drive the magnetron, heating element, turntable fan motor, conmotor and light vection motor, damper motor,

Key Unit
The key unit is composed of a matrix, signals generated in the 9) LSIaresenttothekeyunitthroughEll-El3,El5-E17and E7. When a key pad is touched, to perform the function a signal is completed through

the oven lamp. Indicator Indicator Basically, cathode, Circuit element is a Fluorescent Display Display. is a triode having a the cathode of a a Fluorescent

the key unit and passed back to the LSI through that was requested.

AN4-AN7

a grid and an anode. Usually, is directly heated

Control Unit
Control unit consists of LSI (lX2429YA), Synchronizing mistor signal circuit, ACL circuit, and indicator sensor circuit, Power source circuit, buzzer circuit, ther-

Fluorescent Display serves as cathode. The Fluorescent for displaying figures.

and the filament are used

Display B-digits,

13-segments

circuit.

1) LSI (IX2429YA)
This LSI controls the thermistor tor signal. sensor signal, key strobe and indicasignal, relay driving signal for oven function,

2)

Power Source Circuit This circuit generates VF1: -25V, VF2: necessary voltage -28V, unit. [VC (for IX2429YA): VA: -15V -5V. and Vp: -34VI

in the control

3)

Synchronizing to compose mercial

Signal Circuit signal is available in order time in the clock circuit. a basic standard

The power source Synchronizing It accompanies

a very small error because it works on com-

frequency.

4)

ACL Circuit Circuit to generate state when power signals resetting is supplied. the LSI to the initial

5)

Buzzer Circuit The buzzer is responsive to signals from the LSI to emit sound). noticing sounds (key touch sound and completion

19

R -8270 3 4

I< AL -r u L 5 E L : 5
.&

: 3 LL N y. h

L P

G=5? clI oi t L---w

5 3 L? c ;

20

DESCRIPTION
LS I (IC-1. IX2429YA) The I/O signals of the LSI (IX2429YA) are detailed in the following

OF LSI

tables. I

EO El E2 3 l----l 63 L-l

vcc N.C RI5 R14 RI3

59

RI2

l---i
55 54 53 / j

R8

AN0 AN1

IX2429YA

1 45

t-4
47 46 / /

l----i t-----l
AN3 AN4 I 50 I 49 AN5 48 AN6 AN7 AVcc AVR+ AVRAVss

L-i 51
52

AN2

E22

23 L.-l

1 42

E36

38 37 36 35 34 33

R5 R4 R3 R2 Rl RO

Figure T-2. Relationship between


Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Signal EO El E2 E3 E4 E5 I/O OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT Digit selection signal.

pin Nos. and Signals (LSI: IX2429YAI


Description -.-- .awIb I. -24 1: i!$ mrec.

The relation between digit signal and digit are as follows: Digit Signal Digit EO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1st El . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2nd E2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3rd E3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4th E4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5th E5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6th Normally, one pulse is output in every p period, and input to the grid of the Fluorescent Display. 21

=--l-L--A Es

___-__

R-8270 Pin No. 7 Signal E6 I/O OUT Segment data signals. The relation between signals and indicators Segment Signal E6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LB E7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . UB E9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . i El0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . j El 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . k El2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . h El3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . g El4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . f El 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . e El6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . d 46oH.l are as follows: Signal Segment El 7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . c El8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . b, El9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . a, Description

1 i

nJ---tye----:

:;ix

zY2=jj _/ ig;n 4 1.35 mwc 124 mrc.

Pi~~ox -34

ADP0i - - - - - - - - -34

E7

OUT

1) Segment data signal. Signal similar to E6. 2) Key strobe signal. Signal applied to touch-key section. A pulse signal is input to AN4-AN7 matrix is touched. terminal while one of G-l line keys on key

E8

OUT

Segment data signal. Signal similar to E6.

IO

E9

OUT

Segment data signal. Signal similar to E6.

11

El0

OUT

Segment data signal. Signal similar to E6.

12

El1

OUT

I) Segment data signal. Signal similar to E6. 2) Key strobe signal. Signal applied to touch-key section. A pulse signal is input to AN4-AN7 matrix is touched. terminal while one of G-2 line keys on key

13

El2

OUT

I) Segment data signal. Signal similar to E6. 2) Key strobe signal. Signal applied to touch-key section. A Pulse signal is input to AN4-AN7 key matrix is touched. terminal while one of G-3 line keys on

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Pin No. 14

Signal El3

I/O OUT 1) Segment data signal. Signal similar to E6. 2) Key strobe signal. Signal applied to touch-key key matrix is touched.

Description

section. terminal while one of G-4 line keys on

A pulse signal is input to AN4-AN7

15

El4

OUT

Segment data signal. Signal similar to E6.

16

El5

OUT

1) Segment data signal. Signal similar to E6. 2) Key strobe signal. Signal applied to touch-key section. A pulse signal is input to AN4-AN7 key matrix is touched. terminal while one of G-5 line keys on

17

El6

OUT

1) Segment data signal. Signal similar to E6. 2) Key strobe signal. Signal applied to touch-key key matrix is touched. section. terminal while one of G-6 line keys on A pulse signal is input to AN4-AN7

18

El7

OUT

1. Segment data signal. Signal similar to E6. 2) Key strobe signal. Signal applied to touch-key section. A pulse signal is input to AN4-AN7 key matrix is touched. terminal while one of G-7 line keys on

19

El8

OUT

Segment data signal. Signal similar to E6.

20

El9

OUT

Segment data signal. Signal similar to E6.

21

E20

OUT

Terminal Connected

not used. to Vp by bull-down not used. Connected resistor. to GND.

22 23 24 25

E21 E22 E23 EX

OUT OUT OUT IN

Terminal

Internal clock oscillation frequency setting input. The internal clock frequency is set by inserting the ceramic filter oscillation circuit with respect to X terminal.

26

OUT

Internal clock oscillation frequency control output. Output to control oscillation input of EX.

23

R-8270 Description Auto-clear terminal. Signal is input to reset the LSI to the initial state when power is supplied. Temporarily set to L level the moment power is supplied, at this time the LSI is reset. Thereafter set at H level. Terminal Terminal not used. Connected not used. to GND.

Pin No. 27

Signal RESET

I/O IN

28 29 30

SO E24 SI E25 E26

OUT OUT OUT

Signal to sound buzzer. A: Key touch sound. B: Completion sound. C: When the temperature of the oven cavity reaches the preset temperature in the preheating mode, or when the preheating hold time (I 5 minutes) is elapsed.
1.24 sec.1.24 sec. -c: -H: GNC

31

IRQ E27

IN

Signal synchronized with commercial power source frequency. This is the basic timing of LSI. for all time processing _

32

vss

IN

Power source voltage: -5V. voltage of power source circuit input.

33

RO

OUT

Magnetron high-voltage circuit driving signal. To turn on and off the cook relay fRYI). In HIGH operation, the signals holds L level during microwave cooking and H level while not cooking. In other cooking modes (MED HIGH, MED. MED LOW, LOW) the signal turns to H level and L level in repetition according to the power level.

HOLD 34 RI OUT Oven lamp and turntable motor driving signal (Square waveform: To turn on and off shut-off relay (RY-2): The Square waveform voltage (50Hz) is delivered RY4 control circuit. 50Hz). circuit

to the RY2 driving A: 10.2 msec. B: 9.8 msec.

and RY1.

24

Pin No. 35

Signal R2

I/O OUT Heating element driving signal.

Description

To turn on and off the heater relay (RY4). L level during convection cooking; H level otherwise. * During convection cooking or MIX cooking, l-xz%:~:~~~~ the signal becomes H level when the r,N temperature of the oven cavity exceeds the predetermined temperature. 36 R3 OUT Cooling fan motor driving signal. To turn on and off shut-off relay (RY5). IL level during both microwave and convection cooking; H level otherwise. * During cooking -------L ON w

GNC

H: OFF

GNO

37

R4

OUT

CONVECTION

MOTOR driving signal.

To turn on and off shut-off relay (RY3). L level during CONVECTION or MIX COOK; H level otherwise. -lgifFz.wi::
ON

GND

38

R5

OUT

Damper motor relay driving signal. To turn on and off the shut-off relay (RY6).
OFF

-_------L ON

39

R6

OUT

Terminal

not used.

40

R7

IN

Input signal which communicates Damper Damper

the damper open/close information to LSI.

opened; H level signal (0V:GND) closed; L level signal (- 5V:VC) not used. Connected to VC.

41

E37

IN

Terminal

42

E36

IN

Input signal which communicates Door closed; H Door opened; L

the door open/close information to LSI.

level signal (OV). level signal (-5V)

43 44

AVSS AVR-

IN IN

Connected

to VC.

Reference voltage input terminal. A reference voltage applied to the A/D converter in the LSI. The reference voltage is generally maintained at -5V.

45

AVR +

IN

Reference voltage input terminal. A reference voltage applied to the A/D converter Connected to GND. (OV) in the LS I.

46

AVCC

IN

Connected

to GND.

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1 Pin No.
1 I

Signal 1 I AN7

I/O IN Signal When coming either from touch-key.

Description

47

one of G-l 1 line keys on key matrix 3 and El 5 will be input the signal into AN7.

is touched,

a corresponding

signal

oul

of E7, El 1 -El When IN Signal When

no key is touched, similar either to AN7. one of G-10

is held at L

level.

line keys on key matrix

is touched,

a corresponding

signal

wil

be input into AN6.

,,t

IN

Signal When

similar either

to AN7. one of G-9 line keys on key matrix is touched, a corresponding signal will

be input into AN5. IN Signal When similar either to AN7. one of G-8 line keys on key matrix is touched, a corresponding signal will

be input IN IN 53 AN1 IN Terminal

into AN4. not used.

Temperature By inputting

measurement DC voltage

input:

OVEN

THERMISTOR. to the temperature by the A/D detected which by the thermistor, is built into the

corresponding into temperature

this input is converted LS I. IN OUT 56 57 58 59 R9 RIO RI1 RI2 OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT 62 RI5 IN Terminal Terminal Terminal Normally, not used. not used. Terminal Terminal Terminal not used. not used. not used.

converter

Connected Connected

to GND. to GND.

Connected test.

to GND.

for manufacture connected not used. to GND.

to VC

(--5V) to GND.

G-l--&
NC IN

Terminal Connected

Connected

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POWER SOURCE CIRCUIT

240

V AC power

is applied

to the primary

winding

of transwinding of

former

(Tl ). The output

voltage

of the secondary rectified capacitor

transformer

(Tl ) is then full-wave by the electrolytic

by the diode bridge to become DC vol-

and smoothed tage Then circuit. Another output, VI. the

voltage

VI

is delivered

to the

constant

voltage
VP
I VFl .

S2 of power transformer the filament voltage tube. of fluorescent to drive the

Tl

is half-wave

rec-

-34v / j -7!iv --28V

Fluorescent

UI>C)ICI~

tified to power tified

display tube or recgrid and anode of

: Grid and anode vo Filap,-.-+ A& $1, ~ern.-am ..-jll=Ill oI IluvlGP~ent tube:
VFI VF2

display

in negative display

VF2

voltage.

fluorescent

7 GND

To To Relay Contact

Synchronlzing

Slpnal

Clrcult

To Relay

Circuit To Buzzer Circuit

Figure T-3.

SYNCHRONIZING
The secondary is half wave winding output voltage subjected as a power of the transformer division (Tl )

SIGNAL CIRCUIT
This is the basic timing C20: D20: Noise Clamp filter for all time processing.

rectified,

to a voltage

by R21 signal.

capacitor.

and R23 and treated

source synchronizing

diode.

R** 31 +A-IRO

E27

Figure T-4.

27

R-8270

ACL CIRCUIT
of transistor A reset signal 2030 is turned C31: Noise Q30 and turning from it on. the collector.

By switching through R30

on power,

charge

current

(iI)

is fed to C30

and generates the threshold

Vz voltage. voltage of ZD30,

is obtained capacitor.

If Vz exceeds

filter

on and the current iz flows. Thus, placing voltage on to the base

RESET

Figure T-5. BUZZER CIRCUIT


This circuit is an oscillation circuit which is composed of piezoLSI (IC 1) produces signal to control three types of alarm sound by emitting Q41 as illustrated. the

electric buzzer SP40 with feedback Q41 works to switch

electrode and transistor 040. circit and controls how

on the buzzer to sound.

long the alarm

continues

2Lz---r 45L---: i:i:j,


041 r----1 c-n=u-Lr: 30 EX LSi IC 1 L ---J

Figure T-6. THERMISTOR


LSI has a built-in Analog DC voltage A/D converter. is digitally convert-

SENSOR CIRCUIT
potential standard division circuit for R67 and THERMISTOR voltage of VC. detected by THERMISTOR DC voltage is invalue. against the

input to AN 1 terminal data. circuit is basically

ed into temperature The thermistor

Accordingly, constituted by the

the temperature

sensor

put to AN 1 input terminal

of LSI as analog

Figure T-7.
28

R-8270

RELAY CIRCUIT
The output is rectified available at the secondary (D 1 -D4) side of the transformer to procedure a pow-

by the diode bridge

er of VL and this power

is used to activate

the relay circuit.

The pulse signal goes out of pin 34 (RI ) of LSI and it is rectified by 080 C81 charged and D81 to have the capacitor up the potential C81 charged. With

at the base of Q82 Q81

becomes. and 084

Low level so that Q82 are designed

turn on. The transistors the signals

to turn on when

at pins 33 (RO) and 082 and

35 (R2) of LSI are both at Low level. The transistors Q81 relays (or 084) RYI are connected (or RY4) in series with each other,

and the both

are allowed

to turn on only when

trnsistors

turn on simultaneously. RY5 and RY6 are designed to turn on when

The relays RY3, the signals at Low

at pins 36 (R3),

37 (R4) and 38 (R5) of LSI are all

level. time when Q84 is turned on, RY3 is activated

At the same by D84.

Figure T-8. INDICATOR


Method Indicator Basically, of Display element is Fluorescent Display Display. is a triode having a cathode, Dis4 E6,E7 and T ESEl9 lo-K,VB I and LB1

CIRCUIT

a Fluorescent

a grid and an anode. play is directly When a proper

Usually,

the cathode

of Fluorescent serves

heated voltage

and the filament is applied

as cathode. to heat voltage it,

to the filament positive

thermo-electrons respect to filament

are emitted

and, with

with
EO- E5 IlG - 6G) --T-

being applied

to the anode

and grid, elecbody. the filathe Jr


64 VCC 0 ---

trons hit against

the anode to illuminate

the fluorescent against

If the anode or grid voltage ment, thermo-electrons

is zero or negative

can not reach

the anode,

hence

fluorescent

body is not luminescent. the Fluorescent figures. employs the dynamic drive method, the Display Display 6-digits, 13 segments
LSI

I I

ml0 0
VP L-VI4

In this model, The Fluorescent when

are used for displaying

c VF2
Fi I omenr

the high level of anode segment signals

signal and grid signal agree,

corresponding The following

displays. are responsible specifying Segment Character format segments. 1 Signal 1

Figure T-9.

Segment

1 Signal

Indicator

29

R-8270

SERVICING
1. Precautions When should PMOS output for Handing these Electronic the Components following precautions at its input and by elecB. static

A.

On some models, touch that control they cant

the power be separated therefore,

supply cord between from check keeping each other.

the

This unit uses PMOS handing be strictly terminals.

LSI in the integral part of the circuits. parts,

panel

and the oven proper

is so short

followed. high impedance power For tis reason, high voltage it is easily influenced source, circuit. throughly them wrap them in aluminium as shown in

For those controls touch the oven

models,

and repair all the of the with supit in contact

LSI have extremely

(with the sensor-related panel while proper.

ones included)

control

the surrounding tricity charged protected 1) When Also foil.

in clothes, PMOS

etc. and sometimes protection LSI.

it is not fully

On some models, ply cord between other. check For those and repair

on the other hand, the power

by the built-in storing wrap

the touch control panel and the oven from each to in control models, the therefore, it is allowed

In order to protect in aluminum

proper is so long that they may be separated controls

and transporting, foil. containing

of the touch

PW boards

panel while (on PWB) which

keeping

it apart from the oven proper; control panel with

this case you must short both ends of the stop switch soldering, ground the technician soldering of the touch with a jumper, and use grounded iron and work brings about an operational controls is allowed state that is equivaof the touch control if the dummy resiscon-

2) When
table.

the figure

lent to that panel,


-orox / IMR

the oven door being closed.

As to the sensor-related
. .

their

checking resistance

tor(s) whose trols is used. (2) Servicing from the


h

is equal to that of those panel with power

the touch

control

supply from stop which

an external oven proper,

power

source: panel completely both ends of the panel, control

Disconnect switch

the touch

control

and short

(on PWB)

of the touch

brings about such an operational 2. Shapes of Electronic Components nect lowed control the an external to check power source

state that is equivato the power input it is al-

lent to that with the oven door being closed. And conterminal of the touch control panel, and then

and repair the controls

of the touch it is here of dummy controls the

panel; as in the case of (1 )-B above, to check the sensor-related control panel by using

also possible touch resistor(s). 4.


Transistor

Sevicing sembly. 1)

Tools when servicing 30W leaking current, iron with Single IOMHz Other beam, tools it is recommended terminal.) range: DC model frequency to use grounding the touch control panel as-

Transistor
2SA885A

DTA143EA, Control Panel

2SA937

Tools required Soldering: (To prevent a soldering 2) 3)

2SB910,2SC2021

3.

Servicing control must

of Touch

We describe

the procedures when doing power

to permit so.

servicing

the touch you

panel of the microwave consider

oven and the cautions

Oscilloscope: Others:

type or more advanced

To carry the servicing, panel is available proper itself (I ) Servicing from THE CAUTION: HIGH either of from

supply to the touch control line of the oven source. power supply 5. power

from the power control

an external

the touch

panel with

Other 1)

Precautions unit, statthe aluminum foil applied for preventing of the indicator

the oven

proper: TRANSFORMER IS STILL the ALIVE OF THE TO GIVE YOU of the

When turning on the power source of the control remove ic electricity.

VOLTAGE OVEN when DURING panel,

MICROWAVE DANGER Therefore, touch proper

2) Connect the connectors


to the control unit taking not twisted. 3) After aluminum voltage

and key units are

SERVICING. checking performance put the outer cabinet touching on the oven (connec4) 5) with an

care that the lead wires take extra electricity terminals. capacitors, where

control

foil is removed, due to static electrolytic

care that etc. is not

to keep

you from

the high voltage terminal to turn it off; and

abnormal applied Attach board, cision

transformer,

or unplug the primary transformer servicing, locations.

to the input or output connectors, taking care that

tor) of the high voltage insulating tape. After original

etc. to PW are tight. high pre-

the end of such connector leads to their

shall be insulated

all connections components

be sure to replace the

Be sure to use specified is required.

30

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COMPONENT
WARNING: A. Before 1. Make panied switches. to avoid possible operating the oven;

REPLACEMENT AND ADJUSTMENT


to microwave energy; 5. There is any defective or microwave the door slowly actuation is accomlatch C. 6. There

PROCEDURE
parts in the interlock, and transmission damage oven door assembly.

exposure

generating visible

sure that unlatching by a click

is any other

to the oven.

indicating

of the

Do not operate 1. Without

the oven;

the RF gasket. and oven cavity are not intact.

2. Check visually the door seal for arcing and/or B. Do not operate lowing 1. Door 2. There

damage.

2. If the waveguide

the oven until after repair if any of the folexist;

3. If the door is not closed. CAUTION: WHEN CHARGE THE OUTER HIGH ANY CASE IS REMOVALED, CAPACITOR DISBEOR

conditions

does not close firmly. is a broken door hinge or support.

THE

VOLTAGE OVEN

FORE TOUCHING WIRING.

COMPONENTS

3. The door gasket

or seal is damaged.

4. The door is bent or warped.

HIGH VOLTAGE COMPONENTS REMOVAL (High Voltage Capacitor and Rectifier)


To remove 1. the components, proceed as follows. supply and remove 6. capacitor. capacitor. holder holder. 5. Remove the single (I) screw holding the earth side termi-

Disconnect the outer

the oven from the power case. the high voltage

nal of rectifier. Now, the capacitor WHEN SIDE WITH and rectifier are free. THE EARTH FIRMLY

2. 3. 4.

Discharge Disconnect Remove

CAUTION:

REPLACING TERMINAL A EARTHING

THE RECTIFIER, MUST

the wire leads from the high voltage

BE SECURED

the single (1) screw bracket,

holding the capacitor

SCREW.

to the mounting

and remove the capacitor

POWER TRANSFORMER
1. Disconnect the outer 2. 3. Discharge Disconnect the oven from the power case. the high voltage the wire capacitor. the power transformer. 6. 5. supply and remove 4.

REMOVEL
Disconnect high voltage Remove the filament capacitor. holding the transformer to the leads from the magnetron and

the two (2) screws

leads from

base cabinet. Remove the transformer.

SILICON RECTIFIER REMOVAL


1. Disconnect case. 2. 3. Discharge Remove duct the high voltage the one (1) screw capacitor. holding the rectifier to the fan oven from power supply and remove outer 4. Disconnect the rectifier from the capacitor. RECTIFIER, THE

CAUTION:

WHEN

REPLACING SIDE WITH

THE SILICON MUST

GROUND FIRMLY

TERMINAL

BE SECURED

A GROUNDING

SCREW.

assembly.

Figure C-l. Cabinet Parts

R-8270

HIGH VOLTAGE
1. Disconnect case. 2. 3. Discharge Disconnect the high voltage capacitor. from the
Capacitor.

CAPACITOR
4.

REMOVAL
the one (I) screw holding the capacitor holder assembly. holder from with capacitor.

oven

from

power

supply

and remove

Outer

Remove

to the fan duct 5. 6. Remove Remove

the capacitor the capacitor

the wire leads and rectifier

the holder.

TURNTABLE COUPLING REMOVAL


1.

Open the door and remove


roller assembly. Remove Remove mounting the turntable the these motor.

the turntable

and turntable

TURNTABLE COUPLING

2. 3.

er

T-

~Z,,,V,TY

(3) screws

holding the turntable oven ring cavity. (CS-ring)

motor r-qz+--.y and the

plate to the bottom the coupling stopper

4.

Remove coupling

spacer

from the coupling.

Figure C-2. Cabinet Parts MAGNETRON ASSEMBLY


6.

REMOVAL
below. magnetron until the tube is clear of the the

1.

Disconnect case.

oven from

power

supply

and remove

outer

tron from Lower

2. 3. 4.

Discharge Disconnect Remove

the high voltage

capacitor. asembly. air guide air guide. holding the the magne-

waveguide. CAUTION: WHEN REPLACING THE MAGNETRON, BE

the wire leads from the magnetron holding the magnetron the magnetron screws

one (1) screw

SURE THE R.F. GASKET MAGNETRON TIGHTENED

IS IN PLACE AND THE SCREWS ARE

to the magnetron, 5. Carefully magnetron

and remove

MOUNTING SECURELY.

remove the four (4) mounting to the waveguide

while supporting

DAMPER MOTOR ASSEMBLY REMOVAL (Damper motor and Damper switch)


1. Disconnect case. 2. 3. Discharge Remove the high voltage the magnetron REMOVAL. (2) screws holding the damper and remove motor asmotor 3. the wire leads from the damper motor. capacitor. refer to MAGNETRON 3. oven from power supply and remove outer 2. Remove the two (2) screws assembly. motor. holding the damper motor to the damper Remove motor

the damper

assembly,

DAMPER 1. 2.

SWITCH the wire leads from the damper switch. switch to the

ASSEMBLY 4. Remove sembly DAMPER 1.

Disconnect Remove damper Remove

the two

one (1) screw motor the damper

holding the damper switch.

to the oven cavity

the damper

assembly.

assembly. MOTOR

Disconnect

Figure C -2. Oven Parts 32

HEATER OR CONVECTION
1. Disconnect outer 2. 3. 4. case. the high voltage capacitor. heater. and 3. the oven from power supply and remove the

FAN REMOVAL
ELEMENT the heater the two insulator (6). holding the heater insulator

HEATING 1. 2.

Remove Remove (A). Remove

Discharge Disconnect Remove remove

(2) screws

the wire leads from the seath (2) screws

the two it.

holding the pully cover,

the heating FAN the nut.

element.

CONVECTION belt. holding the rear cabinet. fan 1. 2. holding the convection Remove (5) screws

5. 6. 7.

Remove Remove Remove duct.

the convection the five

Pull the fan from

the fan shaft.

the ten (10) screws

THERMISTOR 1.
2. Remove HEATER Disconnect the pully cover, and the rear cabinet, FAN REMOVAL. the thermistor. refer to

REMOVAL
3. Remove the two (2) screws holding the thermistor to the

OR CONVECTON the wire

convection 4. Remove

fan duct. from convection fan duct.

leads from

the thermistor

CONTROL PANEL ASSEMBLY


To remove 1. the control oven panel, from proceed as follow: and remove outer 6. the high voltage a connector (2) screws capacitor. the control unit. 7. 5.

REMOVAL
one (1) screw holding the control panel back plate support. (2) screws holding the bottom edge of the

Remove

Disconnect case.

power

supply

to the chassis Remove back two

2. 3. 4.

Discharge Disconnect Remove control

plate to the unit chassis. two (2) screws flange. panel forward. holding the back plate to the oven

from

Remove cavity

two unit.

holding the relay unit to the conthe relay unit from the 8.

trol panel back plate and separate

Lift up and pully the control

LATCH DISPLAY

SWITCH

FILTER

KEY

UNIT

ANGLE

ONTROL

PANEL

Figure C-3.

Control

Panel

Parts

33

R-8270

LATCH SWITCHES, STOP SWITCH AND MONITOR


I, 2. 3. 4. Disconnect Discharge Disconnect Remove control 5. 6. oven from power supply and remove outer case the high voltage one (1) screw capacitor. the switches. 2. 3. 4. switch from the latch tabs hookes, the (2) retaining holding one (1) screw holdthe wire leads from Re-install 1. Re-install lower Re-connect Secure Make

SWITCH REMOVAL
to the upper latch hook and C-4. switch, refer-

the individual switch hook,

latch

refer to Figure

holding the upper latch hook to the panel back plate.

the wire leads to the individual diagram.

panel back plate and remove

ring to pictorial ing screw

ing the lower by moving To remove switch

latch hook to the control

the individual

latch hook with the one (1) mountpanel back plate. is operating properly, switch

Remove the latch hookes from the control panel back plate it downward. the individual on the two

to the conrol Procedure.

sure that the monitor

refer to Test

push outward

in place.

UPPER AND LOWER LATCH SWITCHES AND MONITOR SWITCH ADJUSTMENT


lf the primary switch following and secondary interlock switches and monitor the

do not operate adjustment

properly should

due to mis-adjustment,

be made.

1.

Loosen the screw holding the upper latch hook to the control panel back plate. door closed, adjust the lower latch hook by

2.

With

the

moving

it back and forth and then adjust the upper latch it back and forth, or up and down. by the upper and lower 0.5mm.
UPPER LATCH HEAD

hook by moving

In and out play of the door allowed latch hooks should be less than

The vertical where

position of the upper latch hook should be set interlock switch and monitor switch

the primary with

have activated Vertical 3. 4. Secure

the door closed. of the lower latch hook is not possible. with washers firmly. switch operation. with the the upper

adjustment the screws

Now, make sure of the primary If the primary door closed, interlock switch

interlock

has not activated holding

loosen the one (1) screw

latch hook to the control upper latch hook position.

panel back plate and adjust the

After

the adjustment,

make

sure of the following

points:
..-./

1.

The in and out play of the door remains latched pushing position.

than

0.5mm

at

First check the uper latch hook position, of door toward the

and pulling the upper portion

oven face. Then check the lower latch hook position, ing and pulling the lower portion face. Both results 0.5mm. 2. The primary circuit The 3. before and secondary interlock switches of door toward

push-

the oven

(plays of the door) should

be less than

intrrupt

the

the door is opened. switch contacts close when the door is

monitor

opened. Re-install the outer case and check for microwave

leakage
OPEN BUTTON

around the door with an approved microwave (Refer to Microwave Measurement

survey meter.

Procedure.)

Figure C-4. Latch Switches Adjustment

34

DOOR REPLACEMENT AND ADJUSTMENT


DOOR 1. REPLACEMENT the oven from the power case. the high voltage the five (5) screws capacitor. holding the upper and lower The lower oven hinge is supply and remove

Door Component

Removal to the square holes at the to unlock the tabs of the

(I 1 Insert a thin bladed screwdriver lower choke (2) side of the door frame cover. Disconnect the outer 2. 3. Discharge Remove

Checking choke while

that the tabs at the right and left sides of the are also unlocked, it up. remove the choke cover

cover holding

oven hinge to the oven cavity. now 4. free. the door assembly

Remove

with upper oven hinge by pull~:I~

ing it forward. 5. Separeate the door assembly is now free. oven hinge to the new door asDoor Inside Door Outside and upper oven hinge. The

door assembly 6. Re-installing sembly. 7. On re-installing assembly cavity.

the upper

the new door assembly,

secure

the door (3) (4) Remove the screws

Figure C-6
(A). tabs are removed,

with the five (5) mounting

screws

to the oven

Hold up the latch cover until its lower then detach the latch cover.

Make sure the door is parallel with bottom face plate and the latch head pass through correctly. Note: After wave pliance (Refer DOOR When any service survey with meter proper to the door,

line of the oven the latch holes

and approved

micro-

should be used to assure in commicrowave radiation stadards.

to Microwave

Measurement

Procedure.)

ADJUSTMENT removing and/or loosening hinge such as in the case of adjustment criteria are taken. conditions by Inside

a door replacement, Door is adjusted screws

the following to meet

the following

three

keeping 1.

of hinge loose. where they smoothly

Adjust switch

door latch head at a position adjustment. of the door alignment face plate

catch the latch hook through 2. Deviation

the latch hole. Refer to latch from the horizontal 1 .Omm. toward the (6) line Remove detach Release the screw the latch the latch

Figure C-7
(5) (B) retaining while the latch pulling assembly, it frontward. levers. and

of the cavity 3.

is to be less than

assembly springs

The door is positioned cavity face plate.

with its face depressed

and remove

the latch

4.

Reinstall

the outer

case and check

the microwave microwave

leaksurvey

Keep the door glass and door frame as they are I

age around the door with an approved meter. (Refer to Microwave

Measurement

Procedure.)

without

removing

them.

SCREW ,B,

Figure C-5 Door Assembly Replacement and Adjustment 35

Figure C-8

MICROWAVE
After pleted must the adjustment individually be performed standard of the latch switches with a survey instrument oven. and door is comleakage and it must test be

MEASUREMENT
Recommended NARDA NARDA HOLADAY SIMPSON 2. 3. Place tainer the 8100 8200 HI 1500 380M tray 275 into the oven cavity. + 15 ml of water beaker initially at connonof the oven tray. The water load of instruments are:

or collectively,

the following the requirements

confirmed formance

that the result meets for microwave

of the per-

Place the turntable 20+5OC diameter conductive

REQUIREMENT
The safety in excess nal surface switch must prevent microwave radiation emission of 5mW/cmz at any point 5cm or more from exter-

in the centre of approx. material

should

be a low form of 600ml 8.5cm such

with inside

of the oven.

and made of an electically as glass or plastic.

PREPARATION
1. Make

FOR THE TESTING:


proceed as follow; normally as 4. is operating

The placing leakage

of this standard the oven,

load in the oven is important but also to insure that the timer any set

Before beginning the actual test for leakage, sure that test instrument in its instruction instruments specified Important: Survey that comply ovens must booklet.

not only to protect is measured minutes.

accurately. If the water replace begins to boil before the 275ml of the cool along at

Close the door and turn the oven ON with for several survey water. is completed, it with

with the requirement by the performance be for testing.

for stan5. 6.

instrumentation

as prescribed

dard for microwave

Move the probe slowly the gap. The microwave oven. radiation

(not faster emission

that 2.5cmisec.)

should be measured surface

any point of 5cm or more from the external

of the

36

R-8270

37

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Note:

Symbols WRONG R30 R31 These

R30

and R31 CORRECT

are incorrect

on PWB

No. A

+ --i symbols

R31 R30 are corrected after PWB No. L& .

Control Unit Figure S-3.


1 I

Relay Unit

Printed Wiring Board on Parts Position Side.


I 3 39 I 4 I 5 I 6

R-8270 PARTS LIST


QTY CODE

REF.NO.

PART

NO.

DESCRIPTION

ELECTRICAL PARTS
llIllllll1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 3 SW-M 1 SW-M Q SW-M Q SW-M 0 1 7 2WRE0 Monitor switch (V-l 6G-2C25) 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1
1

AG AG AH AG AW AQ AF AQ AY AM AH AW BP AR AG AW AS AY AT BL AE

0 1 7 3 W R E 0 Upper latch switch (V-l 6G-3C25) 0 1 7 4WR E 0 Stop switch and damper switch (V5330DK) latch switch (V-l 6G-1 C25) for control unit

0 1 7 1 W R E 0 #Lower

R T R N- A 0 1 0 D R E 0 R H- D Z A 0 0 2 W R E 0 QFSHDOOl F H-HZ R C-Q SWREO 0 0 2 4WR E 0

Transformer

Short protecter Fuseholder Thermister High voltage capacitor Rectifier Ovenlamp

Z A 0 0 9WRE 0

I-10 l-1 1 l-12 l-13 l-14 1-15 1-16 1-17 l-18 l-19 l-20 1-21

RH-DZAOOlWREO RLMPT0038WREO RMQTEAOl 5WRE0

Fanmotor Powertransformer Mainsupplycord Temp.fuse

RTRN-AO33WREO QACCA0032WREO QFS-T0026WREO RMQTEAOl RMQTDAOl RHET-A005WREO RM0 T D 0 0 8 1WR E 0 RV-MZA008WREO QFS-CO01 SWREO 4WRE0 8WRE0

Convectionfanmotor Dampermotor Heater Turntable motor Magnetron FuseM6.3A

CABINET PARTS
2- 1 2- 2 2- 3 2- 4 2- 4A 2- 5 2- 6 2- 7 2- 8 2- 9 2-10 2-l 1 2-12 2-13 2-14 LANGQA030WRWO TLABS0057WRRO FDUC-AOISWRWO FFANJ0031WRKO LSTY-0030WREO LBNDK0035WRPO GDA i-A01 SWRWO Electric parts mounting bracket Fuse label Fan duct assembly Fan blade Fan retainer clip Capacitor holder AG AA AP AF AA AB AR AB AE AB (upper) (lower) AC AC AC BA AD IS GREATER THAN 250V.

Unit chassis Foot Chassis support Shading cushion Cord anchorage Cord anchorage Motor pully Outer case cabinet Schematic diagram

GLEGPAOOSWREO LANGFA014WRPO PCUSU0326WRPO LSTPP0008YBFO LSTPP0009YBFO NPLYB0031WRFO GCABUA053WRPO TMAPCAlSOWRRO

Note: THE VOLTAGE SUPPLIED TO THE PARTS MARKED t

40

R-8270

PARTS LIST
REF.NO. PART NO. DESCRliTlON QTY CODE

2-15 2-16

PCUSGA023WRPO PCUSU031 5WRPO

Cabinetcushion Fanductcushion

2 1

AA AA

CONTROL PANEL PARTS


3- 1 3- 1A 3- IB 3- 1c 3- 1D 3- 1E C3, C6 c4 c5, c7 c20, c31 C P W B F 2 1 2 SW R K 0 QCNCMA 0 1 3 DRE0 QCNCMA 0 4 0 DRE0 QCNCWA030DREO QCNCMA 0 4 7 DRE 0 R V-K X A 0 0 3 DRE0 Control unit 13-pin connector 6-pin connector 12-pinconnector 2-pin connector Fluorescent Capacitor 1 DREO Capacitor Capacitor (H) (D) (E) 1 1 1 1 1 1 1Op.F 4.7pF 0.015pF 25v 5ov 25V 2 1 7 BT AD AC AE AB AX AB AB AA

display tube

RC-EZA059DREO RC-EZAOG RC-KZA004DREO

C65, C70 c75 c9 Cl0 C30 C80 C81 3Fl 17, D20 D80-D83 D91-D97 18, D9 Cl RH-DZAO RH-i 11 DREO Diode(llE1) LSI Transistor (2SA885Q, Transistor (DTAI 43EA) R) 2 1 1 7 AB AV AE AB RC-EZA057DREO RC-EZA058DREO RC-EZAOGODREO RC-EZAO63DREO RC-EZA062DREO R C R S-A 0 0 3 DRE 0 Capacitor Capacitor Capacitor Capacitor Capacitor Ceramic filter (4.0 MHz) Diode(US1060) 1 OOpF 22/~F 47pF 0.47/~F 3.3/~F 16V 25V 16V 5ov 5ov 1 1 1 1 1 1 13 AB AB AB AA AA AF AA

RH-DZA002DREO

X2429DREO

t *

31 230, Q41 Q81, Q83-Q86 180 382 31 32 33 34 322, R82 R201, R203 *:

R H- T Z A 0 0 8 D R E 0 R H-T Z A 0 2 2 DRE 0

R H-T R H-T

Z A 0 2 5 DRE0 Z A 0 2 1 DRE 0

Transistor (2SC2021M Transistor (2SB91OM Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor

[Q], [RI, [S]) [RI) 3300 1500 12ofi 27Ofi 114w 112w 112w 112w 114w

1 1 1 1 1 1 4

AB AC AA AA AA AA AA

R R - D Z 3 3 1. N D R E 0 RR-DZ RR-DZ RR-DZ27 R R-D 15 12 1 PDREO 1 PDREO 1 PDREO Z 4 7 3 NDRE 0

47kfl

See page 47. 41

R-8270

PARTS LIST I
REF.NO. PART NO.

I
DESCRIPTION QTY CODE

~23, R31 R30 R50 R66, R71 R76. R80 R67 R70, R75 R81 R91-R97 Rl OOR103 R83 R84 R90 RllO RI11 R200 ZDl ZD2 ZD30 3- 2 3- 2A 3- 2B 3- 2c 3- 2D 3- 2E Cl c2 C8 Cl 80 Dl-D5 D84. Dl81D186 Fl Ll Q40 R20 R21,R42 R40 R41 RYl-RY6 *:

R R-D RR-DZ47 R R-D RR-DZ

Z 1 5 3 NDRE 0 1 NDREO Z A 0 0 5 DRE 0 102NDREO

Resistor Resistor Resistor block (RNAFST) Resistor

15kn 47ofl

114w 114w 11

2 1

AA AA AD

Ikfi

114w

AA

RR-NZ752NDREO R R-D RR-DZl Z 2 7 3 NDRE 0 03NDRE0

Resistor Resistor Resistor

7.5kfl(F) 27kfI 1 Okn

114w 114w 1 l4W

1 2 12

AA AA AA

RR-DZ472NDREO RR-DZ222NDREO R R-D R R-D Z A 0 2 9 DRE0 Z A 0 2 7 DRE 0

Resistor Resistor

4.7k& 2.2k!-l

114w 114w

1 1 1 1 1

AA AA AB AC AD AA AB AB AB BH AD AM AD AC AA AB AE AA AB AB AA

Resistor block (1OOkfi x 4) Resistor block (27kB x 6) Resistorblock(56kfixl5) Resistor Zenerdiode(RD16EB3) 200kQ 1/4w

RR-DZA030DREO RR-DZ204NDREO RH-EZA050DREO RH-EZA05 R H1 DREO

1 I 1 1 1

Zenerdiode(RD5.fEB3) Zener diode (RD3.6EL2) Relayunit 7-pin connector (A) (B) (C)

EZ A 0 5 2 DRE 0 04WRE0

FPWBFAl

Q P LG J 2 3 9 6 Y A Z Z QCNCM2 3 9 0 Y A Z Z QC NCM 2 4 1 0 Y A Z Z Q P LG J 2 3 9 7 Y A Z Z Q F S HA 2 0 0 2 Y A Z Z VC Q Y C U 1 H M 1 0 4 K VCEAAH 1 VW1 08M

1 1 1 1 2 0.1 PF 1 OOOpF O.lpF 1 OpF 5ov 35v 25V 5ov 1 1 1 1 5 7

4-pin wire connector 13-pin wire connector 8-pin connector Fuse holder Capacitor Capacitor Capacitor Capacitor Diode(llE1) Diode(US1060) (I)

V C T Y PU 1 E F 1 0 4 Z VCEAAUl VHDl VHDUSI lE1 HWI 06M

/ / ii-1 060 / !--I

QFS-A2042YAZZ RC i L F 2 0 0 3 Y A Z Z VS2SA937Q/i--1 VRD-ST2EFl VRD-ST2EFl VRD-ST2EFl VRD-ST2EF47 R R L Y83J 03J 54J 1 J

Fuse Filter coil (22pH) Transistor (2SA937Q) Resistor Resistor Resistor Resistor Relay (D.C. 14V) 42 18kfl 1 OkR 150kR 470R 1 i4W 1i4W 1!4W 114w

1 1 1 2 1 1 6 I

AC AC AB ;, AA AA AN

2 1 1 8 Y AZ Z

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PARTS LIST
REF.NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION QTY I CODE

SP40 VRSl 3- 3 3- 4 3- 5 3- 6 3- 7 3- 8 3- 9 3-10 3-11 3-12 3-13 3-14 3-15 3-I 6

RALM-2021 RH-VX201 JBTN-Al

YAZZ SYAZZ 6lWRFO

Buzzer Varistor Openbutton Buttonspring Upperlatchhook Lowerlatchhook Control panel back plate Openlever Monitor switch lever Switchlever Openleverspring Controlpanelframe Keyunit Keyunitangle Display filter Cushion(T5x22x22)

1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

AF AF AD AA AE AF AK AD AC AC AA AN AY AH AG AB

MSPRC0066WREO LANGKAO69WRFO LANGKA083WRFO L A N G T A 0 4 0 W RW 0 MLEVFAOI OWRWO

M L EV F 0 1 2 4WR E 0 MLEVP0099WRFO MSPRTOI HPNLCAI OIWREO 48WRF0

DUNTKA084WREO LANGTA044WRWO GMA D i A 0 2 8WR R 0 PCUS-A035WRPO

OVEN PARTS
4- 1 4- 1A 4- 1B 4- 1c 4- 2 4- 3 4- 4 4- 5 4- 6 4- 7 4- 8 4- 9 4-10 4-11 4-12 4-13 4-14 4-15 4-16 4-17 4-18 4-19 F R0 L P A 0 0 7WR K 0 N RQ L P A 0 0 7WR E 0 XWH T Z 4 11 0 1 0 0 Turntable roller assembly Turntable roller Washer ; turntable roller mtg Ring ; turntable roller mtg Turntabletray Bearing Convectionfanduct Convectionfan Bearing mounting bracket Bearing fixing plate Convectionfanpully Convection Convection Ovencavity Waveguidecover Dampershaft Dampercushion Airduct Dampercover Thermal protection Rearcabinet Basecabinet cover heater insulator (A) heater insulator (B) 1 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 AP AE AA AA AU AM AW AG AE AC AD AF AC BP AE AA AA AK AD AP AQ AQ

X R S UW 3 0 - 2 5 0 0 0 NTNT-AOOSWRHO FBRG-A00 FDUC-A024WRYO FFANMAOOIWRYO L A N G T A 0 2 3 W RW 0 L A NGT A 0 2 4WR P 0 NPLYBA004WRFO PG i S HA 0 0 4WRE 0 PG i S HA 0 0 5WR E 0 DQVN-A040WRYO PCQVPA027WREO NSFTTAOI PCUSU041 PDUC-A06 7WRM0 SWRPO 1 WRWO 1 WREO

PFTA-AOOSWRWO P S L D H A 0 1 1 W RW 0 GCABDAO GDA i-A0 1 OWRWO 18WRPO

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PART NO. DESCRIPTION QTY CODL 1

REF.NO.

4-20 4-21 4-22 4-23 4-24 4-25 4-26 4-27 4-28 4-29 4-30 4-31 4-32 4-33 4-34 4-35 4-36 4-37 4-38 4-39 4-40 4-41 4-42 4-43

GLEGPA003WREO LANGQA026WRPO LFiX-AOOGWRFO LHLDK0005YBFO NCPL-AOIOWRFO PCUSUA028WRPO FDUC-A027WRYO PFPF-A004WREO PFPF-A005WREO PGLSPA030WREO PSKR-AO23WRPO PSKR-A01 8WRP0

Foot Turntable motor mounting plate Oven lamp glass flange Cord holder Turntable coupling Air guide cushion Steam duct Thermal protection Thermal protection Oven lamp glass Partition plate Magnetron Pully cover Upper oven hinge Lower oven hinge Turntable motor cover Convection belt air guide sheet (rear) sheet (right)

AB AF AK AB AK AC AM AH AG AG AD AE AN AE AE AB AD AD AA AA AB AA AD AA

FCOVHAOOSWRWO FHNG-0102WRYO FHNG-01 03WRY0

GCOVHA027WRPO NBLTKA002WREO MCAMPA008WRFO PCUSU0309WRPO PSPAGAOIOWRPO PCUSU0296WRPO PCUSU0158YBPO PZETEA008WRPO PCUSUA044WRPO

Damper cam Magnetron air guide cushion (A)

Turntable motor spacer Thermal protection Supporting cushion cover cushion

High voltage insulator Magnetron air guide cushion (B)

DOOR PARTS
5 5- 1 5- 2 5- 3 5- 4 5- 5 5- 6 5- 7 5- 8 5- 9 5-10 5-l 1 5-12 C D0 R F A 0 8 2WRK 0 F A NG K A 0 2 2WRY 0 LSTPP0067WRFO LSTPP0068WRFO M L EV F 0 2 8 8WRP 0 MLEVP0095WRFO MSPRT0059WREO DDORFA050WRYO GCoVAA052WRFO GWAKPAOlOWRRO PGLSPA044WREO GCCVHA041WRFO PCU SGA 0 6 6WR P 0 Door assembly, Latch plate Upper latch head Lower latch head Joint lever Doorlever Latch spring Door panel Latch cover Door frame Outside door glass Choke, cover Water-proof cushion 1 1 AK AB complete BN AG AB AC AB

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PART NO. DESCRIPTION QTY CODE

REF.NO.

MISCELLANEOUS
6- 1 6- 2 6- 3 6- 4 6- 5 6- 6 6- 7 6- 8 6- 9 6-10 6-1 1 FAMi-0026WRKO FAMi-0027WRKO TCADCA048WRRO TiNSEA169WRRO QW-QZA013WREO QW-QZ0130WREO FW-VZA163WREO TCAUH0114WRRO TSPCNA280WRRO FW-VZAl 93WRE0 Broiling trivet H : 50mm Broiling rack H : 90mm Cook-book Operation manual AS AS AS AK AD AD AX AC AD harness AN AA

High voltage wire A High voltage wire B Main wire harness Caution label Name plate Thermister

LBNDK0012YBEO

Wire holder (WH-1, L)

SCREWS, NUTS, WASHERS AND


7- 1 7- 2 LX-BZ0141WREO LX-BZ0186WREO Screw ; monitor switch lever mtg

RING
1 for control unit, 5 AA AA

Screw ; turntable motor cover, transformer capacitor holder and earthing

7- 3 7- 4 7- 5

LX-BZ0194WREO X~TSC40P12000 LX-CZ0047WREO

Screw ; open lever mtg Screw ; outer case cabinet mtg Screw ; unit chassis, pully cover, rear cabinet, control panel back plate, electric parts mounting bracket and fan duct assembly mtg

1 8 17

AA AA AA

7- 6 7- 7 7- 8 7- 9 7-10 7-11 7-12 7-13 7-14 7-15 7-l 6 7-17 7-18 7-19 7-20 7-21 7-22 7-23

LX-EZOO46WREO LX-EZA004WREO XBPSD30Pl XBPSD30Pl4KOO LX-BZOl 98WRE0 2000

Screw ; outer case cabinet mtg Screw ; upper and lower latch hook mtg Screw ; fuse holder mtg Screw ; damper switch mtg Screw ; control unit and relay unit mtg Screw ; heater wire mtg Screw ; magnetron mtg mtg

AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA

XBPSD30P08KSO XBPSD50PlOKOO XBPSDGOP12KSO XBTSD40PlOOOO XBTSD40P30000 XBTUW40P06000 XBTWW40P06000 XBTUW40PlOOOO XCPSD30P08000 XCPSD30P06XOO XCPSD40P08000 XCTSD40PlOOOO XCPSD40P08000

Screw ; power transformer Screw ; convection

fan motor and fan motor mtg (upper) mtg

Screw ; cord anchorage Screw ; waveguide

cover and air duct mtg

Screw ; bearing mounting bracket mtg Screw ; steam duct mtg Screw ; oven lamp and latch plate mtg Screw ; door frame mtg Screw ; latch cover mtg Screw ; cord anchorage Screw ; convection (lower) mtg

AA AA

fan duct mtg IS GREATER THAN 250V.


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Note: THE VOLTAGE SUPPLIED TO THE PARTS MARKED 6

PARTS LIST
REF.NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION QTY CODE

7-24 7-25

x C PS D5 0 P 1 6 KS 0 x CT S D4 0 P 0 8 0 0 0

Screw ; upper and lOWet oven hinge mtg Screw ; turntable motor mounting plate and thermal protection cover mtg

5 4

AA AA

7-26 7-27 7-28 7-29 7-30 7-31 7-32

XC T S D4 0 P 1 2 0 0 0 X P N U W 6 0 --0 0 0

Screw ; base cabinet, rear cabinet and cord holder mtg Pin ; convection fan pully mtg

6 1 4 3 1 2 4

AA AA AA AA AA AA AA

X F P S D4 0 P0 8 0 0 0 X F T S D4 0 P 0 6 0 0 0 X F T S D4 0 P 0 8 0 0 0 X C T WW 4 0 P 1 2 0 0 0 X T T S D4 0 P 1 2 0 0 0

Screw ; turntable motor and damper motor mtg Screw ; bearing fixing plate mtg Screw ; magnetron Screw ; convection air guide mtg heater insulator (A) mtg key unit angle, steam duct, fan duct

Screw ; chassis support,

assy and control panel back plate mtg 7-33 7-34 7-35 7-36 7-37 7-38 7-39 7-40 7-41 7-42 7-43 LX-NZ0070WREO X NE S D4 0- 3 2 0 0 0 XNEUW40-32000 X C B UW 3 0 P 0 6 0 0 0 X W H U W 4 5 -0 XW S UW 4 0 8 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 Nut;openlevermtg Nut ; cord anchorage Nut;convectionfanmtg Screw ; thermister Washer ; convection Washer ; convection mtg fan mtg fan mtg mtg and steam duct mtg 1 9 1 2 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA

X WW S D 6 0 - 0 8 0 0 0 X RS S P 1 2- 0 4 0 0 0 X F PS D4 0 P0 8 K 0 0 XW H E Z 1 2 - 0 5 3 0 0 X P N S D 6 O---O 0 0

Washer ; power transformer Ring ; turntable coupling mtg Screw ; rectifier mtg Ring ; turntable coupling mtg Pin ; motor pully mtg

HOW TO ORDER REPLACEMENT PARTS To have your order filled promptly and correctly, 1. MODEL NUMBER 3. PART NO. please furnish the following 2. REF. NO. 4. DESCRIPTION information

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REPLACEMENT
This replacement locations. parts list shows interchangeability of marked (*)

PARTS LIST
parts on the control panel parts to the alterations of product

This list has been prepared to show LISTED PART NO. along with the USED PART NO. side by side.

REF. NO. C3 etc. c4 C5 etc. c9 Cl0 c30 C80 C81 D7 etc. D8 etc. Ql Q30 etc. Q80 Q82

LISTED PART NO. RC-EZA059DREO RC-EZAOG 1 DREO

USED PART NO. RC-EZTl06AFl RC-EZT475AFl VCKYATl EX153N E H

REF. NO. Rl R2 R3 R4 E R22 etc. R23 etc. H H R30 R66 etc. R70 etc. R81 etc. R83 R84

LISTED PART NO. RR-DZ331NDREO RR-DZl51 RR-DZ121 PDREO PDREO

USED PART NO. VRD-STZEF331J VRD-ST2HA151 VRD-ST2HAl21 VRD-ST2HA271J VRD-ST2EF473J VRD-ST2EF153J VRD-ST2EF471J VRD-ST2EF102J VRD-STZEF273J VRD-STZEFlO3J VRD-ST2EF472J VRD-ST2EF222J VRD-ST2EF204J J J

RC-KZA004DREO RC-EZA057DREO RC-EZA058DREO RC-EZAOGODREO RC-EZA063DREO RC-EZA062DREO RH-DZA002DREO RH-DZAOl 1 DREO

RC-EZT107AFlC RC-EZT226AFl RC-EZT476AFlC RC-EZT474AFl RC-EZT335AFl VHDUS1060ll-1 VHD1lElIIII-1 VS2SA885-Q/-l VSDTA-143-A-l VSZSC2021 VS2SB851Ri / ilA l-1

RR-DZ271PDREO RR-DZ473NDREO RR-DZ153NDREO RR-DZ471NDREO RR-DZ102NDREO RR-DZ273NDREO RR-DZ103NDREO RR-DZ472NDREO RR-DZ222NDREO RR-DZ204NDREO

RH-TZA008DREO RH-TZA022DREO RH-TZA025DREO RH-TZA02 1 DREO

R200

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CABINET

PARTS

3 48

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OVEN PARTS

1.3 $ cn % QC3j.\_I , 1 r< .. ALi/.-I, .-t

R-8270 1 I 2 3 I 4 I 5 I 6

CONTROL PANEL PARTS


A A

If
DOOR PARTS

3 50

R-8270

MISCELLANEOUS 6- I Q

6-2 0

@-

PACKING AND ACCESSORIES


llOlLlNG TRIVET IROILING PICK \

E
PACKING ,cmD8A-w ADD KIT

TM PACWWG FOAM x
l Nor Replaceable Iterm

TUIWTAILE ROLLER

I
I

I 51

R-8270
SERVICE NOTE: ON REPLACEMENT 1) As having to them 2) Accordingly, as it is. OF ICl INFORMATION LSI) NOS. Fl 112DR and F1112YA , we cut pins 51 and 52 of ICI related FOR TOUCH CONTROL UNIT

(RH-iX2429DREO:

mistakes

on foil side of PWB control

and insert. on repairing unit PWB adjusted onward as above, cut pins 51 and 52 of ICI Repair control and insert in the same way. therefore, inserting ICI andF1112YA it is adjusted. unit PWB,

From PWB Nos. Fl 112DR

52

SHARP

86

SHARP

CORP.

(7K0.8El

Printed

in Japan