I am renovating my kitchen and installed a perfectly working used KitchenAid kebs107sss00 oven along with a new cooktop. Tonight when the wife went to use the induction cooktop she was getting an error due to low voltage.
The cooktop has a green, black, and white wire and is 240v. I immediately realized I connected the white to the neutral and thus was only getting 110v to the cooktop. I switched off the breaker and connected the wires correctly, or so I thought, as I was not focusing and chatting to my wife and ended up connecting the neutral wire from the oven to to red 110V wire from the oven and wall thinking that wire was the cooktop wire!!
I went and flipped the breaker and heard a weird clicking noise from the oven followed by an ozone like smell and I turned the breaker off ASAP (the clicking must have been the transformer flipping the locking self cleaning mechanism). The oven door is now locked and nothing is working :( I reconnected the wires correctly but I fear the worst.
The thermal breaker inside the oven is OK, I am getting continuity so I am not sure if I fried the front panel or what I could have done on such a STUPID rookie move I would normally not make. I can see no damage to any caps or resistors or anything on the main board or front panel board FYI, nothing is burnt or black.
Appreciate the help!