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    Middleby pizza oven

    A bit out of my element. Customer says when he turns on the oven the blower doesn't come on. If he goes and resets the circuit breaker everything works as it should. I was thinking it could be a control board issue but really have no idea. I suppose I could run the blower from a switch but don't want to "hack" it.

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    Depends on the model of the oven.

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    I've had some good luck finding manuals and tech info here but need the model number:

    http://www.cpsohio.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by davejohnsonnola View Post
    I've had some good luck finding manuals and tech info here but need the model number:

    http://www.cpsohio.com/
    Hell, I think parts town even has the service manuals for Middleby marshall

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    It really does depend on the model. An old PaceSetter compared to a WOW will have a different diagnosis for the same problem. And a board for either is really really expensive.

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    Might be a faulting relay on the board, you could try to find out which relay runs the fan and see if it switches by measuring the backside pins of the relay, should be able to get a P/N on the part and look it up, will tell you the switch configurations.

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    I know its fairly new. Guy promised to get the numbers for me last Sat.

    Quote Originally Posted by VanMan812 View Post
    It really does depend on the model. An old PaceSetter compared to a WOW will have a different diagnosis for the same problem. And a board for either is really really expensive.

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    Well marc until he gets you what you need it don't get fixed

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    True dat.

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    Mod. PS555G
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    Which blower is he talking about? I see it's a gas fired oven so it could be the burner blower motor or the air impingement motor.

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    checking out the diagrams on pages 170 - 171 there are two blower motors- left and right, one burner blower motor, and two cooling fans.

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