What's wrong with it?
Possibly nothing, and I simply wanted to grab a PDF of the wiring sheet (that came shipped to me with the range when I purchased it) so it could reside, like
most other manuals I have, on my computer, for easy access.
Last night, it didn't appear to heat sufficiently to bake fish (using the same product and directions that had been used successfully numerous previous times) and this was after it made a startling pop sound a few days prior, so I suspected one of the elements had failed. I flipped the circuit breaker in my basement, then unplugged the oven, opened its back panel and tested the resistance of inner & outer broil elements, as well as the bake and convection elements, and all were in the 20 to 40 ohm range, so fine. I also tested the oven [temperature] sensor and it read around 1100 ohms at room temperature, so that's likely fine, too.
There's no error message on the range's display, and all other functions are operating normally.
I will have to keep using it until I can verify that indeed something is wrong; perhaps the noise was just something shifting in the storage tray at the bottom as my past experience with elements failing in former Hotpoint appliances, is that when they blow, you know it immediately.
I wasn't intending to start a long discussion about this; I only made the request for the literature since the servicematters.com website used to be open to the public where I could have helped myself, but obviously it hasn't been that way for many years, now.