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kgrab806pss00 maytag gas range

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would like to get my hands on service manual for this model please. service matters has been frozen for an hour and a half.thanks for yor help, buschman

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[user=587]buschman[/user] wrote:

... service matters has been frozen for an hour and a half.

works for me

kgrab806pss00 :ooo: Maytag

maybe

kgra806pss00 KitchenAid Tech Sheets

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buschman

thanks for the tech sheets, but do you have any info on how to get into the console? don't want to start taking things apart without a little knowledgeon how to do it. thanks, bushman

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buschman

thanks erverybody.  i went through the manual, but not much info... oven goes out after a minute and won't re-light. broiler does the same.  could it be the spark module or bad ground? what do i look for?

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has it worked OK up till now at this location / outlet ?

any recent electrical changes ?

 

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buschman

worked fine. no electrical work done. and surprising enough, no failure code. when the bake or broiler flame goes out, no re- ignition. i thought this "dsi" was supposed to re-ignite?

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buschman

P.S. how are things in cheese country? i want to get to the wisc. state fair next year, i heard the cream puffs were the best in the country!! also like the ho chunk..

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you could check the polaruity of the Wall Outlet ..

and chek/inspect/tighten the ground of the Spark module

 

Wisconsin's good

Cream Puffs are good ..

ever been to our fair ?

where are you .. ?

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buschman

been to wisc. many times. love it up there. went to briggs and stratton school for a week and techumsuh and kohler all for engines. that was long long ago. i'm originaly from chicago, but live in bartlett, il. for last 31 years. yep, i'm getting up there. not a spring chicken anymore. i'm going to check polarity on the outlet.and i will check all ground connections. thanks for your help.

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