mod # 24CGA10
My first call on a steam oven today...water is flooding the oven. Look at the wiring diagram and there is a water probe assembly with three wires and a water board. I look at the unit and there is a float with 4 wires coming out of it. Follow the wires to where the water board used to be. I tried to make sense of it but could not. I recommended replacing the water probe assembly and water board.
Looked up the service manual and parts manual on Cleveland's website. The service manual shows the wiring diagram that is on the unit. The parts manual shows the wiring diagram that is on the unit...as well as a wiring diagram for a unit that has the float assembly that was installed in the unit I was working on. The float was not wired up the way it shows in the wiring diagram.
Any idea why somebody would do this? A well known food equipment contractor in Vancouver has been doing all the work at this customer until today.