Samsung FTQ352IWUW Service Manual

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FREE STANDING
RANGE
Refer to the service manual in the GSPN(see rear cover) for the more information.
1. Precaution
2. ProductSpecication
3. Disassembly and Reassembly
4. Troubleshooting
5. Exploded Views and Part List
6. PCB Diagrams
7. Schematic Diagrams
8. Wiring Diagram
BASIC: FCQ321HTUW
MODEL: FCQ321HTUX
MODEL CODE: FCQ321HTUX/XAC
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Summary of Contents

Page 1 - FREE STANDING

FREE STANDING RANGERefer to the service manual in the GSPN(see rear cover) for the more information.1. Precaution2. ProductSpecication3. Disassem

Page 2 - • Contents

103. Disassembly and Reassembly3-1RemovingCover-BackMainWire,Cover-BackGuardWireandPCB-MainWARNINGELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARDDisconnect power bef

Page 3 - 1. Precaution

113. Disassembly and Reassembly3-2 Removing Regulator-EnergyWARNINGDisconnect power before servicing the range Replace all panels before operating ran

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123. Disassembly and Reassembly3-3 Removing Surface elements and The Ceramic Glass CooktopWARNINGELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARDDisconnect power before servic

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133. Disassembly and Reassembly3-3 Removing Surface elements and The Ceramic Glass CooktopParts Explaination Photo ExplainationSurface elements and C

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143. Disassembly and Reassembly3-4 Removing The Latch-Door & Switch-Door PlungerWARNINGELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARDDisconnect power before servicing t

Page 7 - 2.Specications

153. Disassembly and Reassembly3-5 Removing Heater-BroilWARNINGDisconnect power before servicing the range. Replace all panels before operating range.

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163. Disassembly and Reassembly3-6 Removing Heater-BakeParts Explaination Photo ExplainationHeater-Bake1. Unplug range or disconnect power.2. Pull th

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173. Disassembly and Reassembly3-7 Removing LampWARNINGDisconnect power before servicing the range. Replace all panels before operating range. Failure

Page 10 - 3. Disassembly and Reassembly

183. Disassembly and Reassembly3-8 Removing Sensor-ThermistorWARNINGELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARDDisconnect power before servicing the range. Replace all pa

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193. Disassembly and Reassembly3-9 Removing Assy-DrawerWARNINGELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARDDisconnect power before servicing the range. Replace all panels b

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2• Contents1. Precaution . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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203. Disassembly and Reassembly3-10 Removing and Replacing Oven DoorWARNINGThe door is very heavy. Be careful when removing door Do not lift door up b

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213. Disassembly and Reassembly3-11 Removing Handle-Door and Glass-InnerWARNINGELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARDDisconnect power before servicing the range. Rep

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223. Disassembly and Reassembly3-12 Removing Handle-Door and Glass-InnerParts Explaination Photo ExplainationHandle DoorTo remove Handle-Door1. Remove

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233. Disassembly and Reassembly3-13 Removing Handle-Door and Glass-InnerParts Explaination PhotoHandle Door Explaination4. Remove Bafe-Door and take

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243. Disassembly and Reassembly3-14 Removing Gasket-DoorWARNINGELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARDDisconnect power before servicing the range. Replace all panels

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253. Disassembly and Reassembly3-15 Removing The Panel-SideWARNINGELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARDDisconnect power before servicing the range. Replace all pane

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264. Troubleshooting4-1 Failure Display CodesThere is a error code and two kinds of error codes. Possible error codes during use can be checked before

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274. Troubleshooting4-1 Failure Display CodesSafety errorFailure code CAUSE SOLUTIONE-08 Oven heating error1. Disconnect power. Open the back cover. D

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284. Troubleshooting4-1 Failure Display CodesSafety errorFailure code CAUSE SOLUTIONE-27oven sensor opened(over 2950Ω)1) After 20 seconds from startin

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294. Troubleshooting4-1 Failure Display CodesSafety errorFailure code CAUSE SOLUTIONE-08 oven heating error1) It will display “E-08” after buzzer is b

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31. Precaution1-1 ForwardThis SAMSUNG Service Manual, “ 30” Freestanding Self-Cleaning Electric Range,” provides the technician with information on th

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304. Troubleshooting4-1 Failure Display CodesSafety error

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314. Troubleshooting4-1 Failure Display CodesFailure code CAUSE SOLUTIONE-0E Door locking error*Control lockout(press cooking time and Delay start pad

Page 26 - 4. Troubleshooting

324. Troubleshooting4-1 Failure Display CodesFailure code CAUSE SOLUTION-SE- short keyWhen 10 seconds elapses, It will display “-SE-” after buzzer is

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334. Troubleshooting4-1 Failure Display CodesControl PCB OperationSort of Control PCBMain PCBTouch control (membrane)( Front )( Front ) ( Back )( Back

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344. Troubleshooting4-1 Failure Display Codes* Explain of primary parts of Main PCB ZNR1(Varistor)CN06CN06Warmer Drawer RelayWarmer Drawer RelayI

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354. TroubleshootingSYMPTOM DIAGNOSIS REMEDYoven not operating(No power,No display)* Measure an input voltage. (240/120V or 208/120V)* Measure an inp

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364. TroubleshootingSYMPTOM DIAGNOSIS REMEDYOven temperature is risen fast.* Check whtether temperature is risen over 400˚F(202˚C) within 10 minutes

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374. TroubleshootingSYMPTOM DIAGNOSIS REMEDYCooktop is not working or being occurred a abnormal working.* Make sure that Radiant element or Innite

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384. Troubleshooting4-2 Electrical MalfunctionSafety errorL1(Black)L1(Black)N(White)N(White)L2(Red)L2(Red)(Terminal Block)(Terminal Block)*Thermostat

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394. Troubleshooting4-2 Electrical Malfunction * Replace Low Voltage Transformer * replace Main PCB.Yes YeNos* Measure resistance and voltage of Low

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41. Precaution1-3 Important Safety InstructionsRead and follow all instructions before using your oven to prevent the risk of re, electric shock, inj

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404. TroubleshootingLR radiant element(No heating or Abnormal working)Disconnect power*Check the LR infinite switchOkNoNext PageOk*Check whether harne

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414. Troubleshooting4-2 Electrical MalfunctionLR radiant element (No heating or Abnormal working) * Check the element of LR Radiant *Check whether h

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424. Troubleshooting4-2 Electrical MalfunctionLF radiant element (No heating orabnomal working) * Disconnect power * Check the LF infinite switch *C

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434. Troubleshooting4-2 Electrical MalfunctionLF radiant element (No heating or Abnormal working) *check the element of LF Radiant *Check whether ha

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444. Troubleshooting4-2 Electrical MalfunctionRR radiant element (No heating orabnomal working) * Disconnect power * Check the RR infinite switch *C

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454. Troubleshooting4-2 Electrical MalfunctionRR radiant element (No heating or Abnormal working) *Check the element of RR Radiant *Check whether har

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464. Troubleshooting4-2 Electrical MalfunctionRF radiant element(No heating or abnomal working) * Disconnect power * Check theRF infinite switch*Check

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474. Troubleshooting4-2 Electrical MalfunctionRF radiant element (No heating or Abnormal working) *check the element of RF Radiant *Check whether ha

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484. Troubleshooting4-2 Electrical MalfunctionRC radiant element (No heating or Abnormal working) * Disconnect power *Check warming center relay on

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494. Troubleshooting4-2 Electrical MalfunctionRC radiant element (No heating or Abnormal working) *Check element of RC radiant. *Check whether harne

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51. PrecautionSURFACE COOKING UNITS• Use Proper Pan Size – This appliance is equipped with one or more surface units of different sizes. Select utens

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504. Troubleshooting4-2 Electrical MalfunctionHot indicator Lamp failure (cooktop)(* Warning : Having a short circuit of harness color to be turned “Y

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514. Troubleshooting4-2 Electrical MalfunctionComponent testing proceduresWARNINGELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARDDisconnect power before servicing the range. R

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524. Troubleshooting4-2 Electrical MalfunctionFIGURE TESTS MEASURE RESULTSLR Infinite Switch (Single)LR Infinite Switch (Single)* Check whether harne

Page 49 - 4-2 Electrical Malfunction

534. TroubleshootingFIGURE TESTS MEASURE RESULTSRF Infinite Switch (Dual)RF Infinite Switch (Dual)* Check whether harness is connected with switch pr

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544. Troubleshooting4-2 Electrical MalfunctionFIGURE TESTS MEASURE RESULTS1200W1200WRR or LR Radiant elementRR or LR Radiant elementElementTerminal El

Page 51 - Bake HeaterBake Heater

554. Troubleshooting4-2 Electrical MalfunctionFIGURE TESTS MEASURE RESULTS187N187NElementTerminalElementTerminal100W100WRC radiant elementRC radiant e

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564. Troubleshooting4-2 Electrical MalfunctionFIGURE TESTS MEASURE RESULTSDoor plunger switchDoor plunger switch* Check the state of working of switc

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574. TroubleshootingOven sensor resistance (Temperature vs. Sensor resistance)Ro = 1000 Ohms (0˚C), RP = 2757 Ohms, Up = 5V, a = 0.00375degree F degre

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585. Exploded Views and Parts List5-1 Exploded ViewsM370M248M054M268P348P234P234M243M309M329P349M145M334M335Z058M337M314 M356W002M015M327M328M336M319B

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595. Exploded Views and Parts List(S.N.A : SERVICE NOT AVAILABLE)No. Code No. Description Specication Q’ty SA/SNA RemarkB041 DG66-00009A LATCH-DOOR 0

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61. Precaution1-4 Model & Serial Number Label and Tech Sheet LocationsThis Model / Serial Number label and Tech Sheet locations are shown below.Th

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605. Exploded Views and Parts List(S.N.A : SERVICE NOT AVAILABLE)No. Code No. Description Specication Q’ty SA/SNA RemarkD004 DG94-00063A ASSY DOOR E

Page 58 - 5-1 Exploded Views

615. Exploded Views and Parts List(S.N.A : SERVICE NOT AVAILABLE)No. Code No. Description Specication Q’ty SA/SNA RemarkD004 DG94-00063A ASSY DOOR E

Page 59 - 5-2 Main Parts List

625. Exploded Views and Parts List(S.N.A : SERVICE NOT AVAILABLE)No. Code No. Description Specication Q’ty SA/SNA RemarkM058 6502-001117 CABLE CLAMP

Page 60 - 5-3 Door Parts List

635. Exploded Views and Parts List(S.N.A : SERVICE NOT AVAILABLE)No. Code No. Description Specication Q’ty SA/SNA RemarkM317 DG97-00117E ASSY DRAWER-

Page 61 - 5-4 Control Parts List

645. Exploded Views and Parts List5-7 Standard Parts List(S.N.A : SERVICE NOT AVAILABLE)Level Code No. Description Specication Q’ty SA/SNARemark1-1 6

Page 62 - 5-5 Cooktop Parts List

656. PCB Diagrams6-1 PCB Diagrams (Main)(This Document can not be used without Samsung’s authorization)①②③④⑤⑥⑧ ⑨⑩⑫⑪⑬⑭ ⑮No.Parts NumberPart Name Functi

Page 63 - 5-6 Drawer Parts List

666. PCB Diagrams6-2 PCB Diagrams(This Document can not be used without Samsung’s authorization)CN05 Key Pad ConnectorT021) W/Drawer Relay T021) W/D

Page 64 - 5-7 Standard Parts List

677. Wiring Diagrams7-1 Wiring Diagrams(This Document can not be used without Samsung’s authorization)

Page 65 - 6. PCB Diagrams

688. Schematic Diagrams8. Schematic Diagrams8-1 Schematic Diagrams(This Document can not be used without Samsung’s authorization)BROILA1-BETTER OPTION

Page 66 - 6-2 PCB Diagrams

GSPN (Global Service Partner Network)Contry Web SiteNorth America service.samsungportal.comLatin America latin.samsungportal.comCIS cis.samsungportal.

Page 67 - 7. Wiring Diagrams

72.Specications2-1 FeaturesFeaturesBiggest CapacityLarge family food in holidayTurkey 24lbs = 4.4 cu ft- Samsung : 5.7 cu.ft- CompetitorsA : 5.4 cu.

Page 68 - 8-1 Schematic Diagrams

82.Specications2-2TableofSpecicationsItemsModelBASIC MODEL NEW MODELModel Name FTQ352IWUX FCQ321HTUXCategory Convection TraditionalOverall Width

Page 69 - Code No. : DE68-04953A

92.Specications2-3 AccessoryItem Description Code No. Q’tyRack Flat DG75-01001A 2

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