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#1 Level2Learning

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Posted 21 January 2014 - 10:59 PM

So this RED Viking range starts heating on bake, and doesn't stop.  Even when I turn it off!  Any ideas from the members?  I was going for DSI board...


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Posted 22 January 2014 - 09:05 AM

Hey, Rich, it sounds like the PM010129 relay (behind the access panel below the door) is stuck. There have been a few different versions so I have uploaded the bulletin showing the wiring on all 3 along with the wiring diagram for the whole range. I also uploaded a bulletin pertaining to an issue that the preheat board may cause. It calls for a jumper wire but you can just remove the 2 wires from the relay on the board and connect them to each other and achieve the same result.

 

Wiring Diagram:  http://appliantology...wiring-diagram/

 

Bulletin: Replacement Relay:  http://appliantology...pm010129-relay/

 

Bulletin:  Cycling Relay Failure:  http://appliantology...-relay-failure/

 

Part number: AP5317437

Part number: AP5317437



#3 Level2Learning

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Posted 31 January 2014 - 05:31 PM

All of these bulletins don't mention the model I have? Would it be the same?

 

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