To properly install your oven, you must determine the type of
electrical connection you will be using and follow the instructions
provided for it here.
Oven must be connected to the proper electrical voltage,
amperage, and frequency as specified on the model/serial/
rating plate. See the following illustration.
A. Model/serial/rating plate
Models rated from 7.3 to 9.6 kW at 240 volts (5.4 to 7.4 kW at
208 volts) require a separate 40-amp circuit. Models rated at
4.8 kW and below at 240 volts (3.6 kW and below at
208 volts) require a separate 30-amp circuit.
A circuit breaker is recommended.
Connect directly to the fused disconnect (or circuit breaker
box) through flexible, armored or nonmetallic sheathed,
copper cable (with grounding wire). See "Make Electrical
Prepare Built-In Microwave/Oven
1. Decide on the final location for the oven. Locate existing
wiring to avoid drilling into or severing wiring during
Excessive Weight Hazard
Use two or more people to move and install oven.
Failure to do so can result in back or other injury.
2. To avoid floor damage, set the oven onto cardboard prior to
installation. Do not use handle or any portion of the front
frame for lifting.
3. Remember to remove bottom vent from the foam packing on
top of oven.
4. Remove the shipping materials and tape from the oven.
5. Remove the hardware package from inside the bag
6. Remove and set aside racks and other parts from inside the
7. Move oven and cardboard close to the oven's final location.
Flexible conduit from the oven should be connected directly
to the junction box.
Do not cut the conduit. The length of conduit provided is for
serviceability of the oven.
A UL listed or CSA approved conduit connector must be
If the house has aluminum wiring, follow the procedure
1. Connect a section of solid copper wire to the ends of the
flexible conduit leads.
2. Connect the aluminum wiring to the added section of
copper wire using special connectors and/or tools
designed and UL listed for joining copper to aluminum.
Follow the electrical connector manufacturer's recommended
procedure. Aluminum/copper connection must conform with
local codes and industry accepted wiring practices.
For power requirements, refer to the following table.
*Amperage values noted above are for information purposes
only: The units are rated in watts.
Remove Oven Door(s)
IMPORTANT: Use two hands to remove oven door.
1. Prior to removing the oven door, prepare a surface where you
will place it. This surface should be flat and covered with a
soft blanket, or use the corner posts from your packaging
2. Open the oven door.
3. Locate the oven door hinge locks in both corners of the oven
door, and then rotate the hinge locks toward the oven door to
the unlocked position. If the door hinge lock is not rotated
fully (see illustration B), the door will not remove properly.
A. Oven door hinge lock in
B. Oven door hinge lock in