Electrical Connection; Check Operation - Philips Double Oven Installation Instructions Manual

30" electric built-in single and double ovens
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Electrical connection

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If your house has aluminum wiring, see
"Electrical requirements", Page 2.
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Turn power supply off before connecting wires.
Use 8 gauge solid copper wire.
Electrically ground range.
Failure to follow these instructions can result
in death, fire, or electrical shock.
This oven is manufactured with white (neutral)
power supply wire and a cabinet-connected bare
grounding wire twisted together.
4.
Feed oven cable through opening in
the cabinet. Make electrical connection
following the steps needed for your installation.
1. Disconnect the power supply.
2. Remove the junction box cover.
3. Connect oven cable to junction box through the
U.L.-listed conduit connector.
4. Connect the two black wires together with
twist-on connectors.
5. Connect the two red wires together with
twist-on connectors.
6. Complete electrical connection according to
local codes and ordinances.
Attachment
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Carefully push against seal area of oven
front frame when pushing oven into
cabinet.
Do Not push against outside edges.
5.
Lift oven into
cabinet cutout using the
oven opening as an
area to grip.
shipping
foot
Push against seal area of front frame to
push oven into cabinet until shipping feet
almost contact cabinet. Use a Phillips
screwdriver to remove screws attaching
shipping feet. Remove and discard shipping
feet.
Push oven completely into cabinet and
center oven in cabinet cutout.

Check operation

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10.
Turn on power supply. The
display panel will light up briefly. "PF"
should appear in the temperature display.
BAKE
BROIL
11.
Check the operation of your single oven.
Press the "BROIL" pad. "BROIL" will appear
in the display. Press the "START" pad.
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cable from power supply
junction
box
red
wires
white
wire
white and bare
grounding oven
cable wires —
factory crimped
Figure 1
If local codes PERMIT
connecting cabinet-
grounding conductor to
neutral white wire in
7. Connect the factory-crimped
bare and white oven cable wires
to the neutral (white) wire in
junction box. See Figure 1.
8. Replace junction box cover.
6.
Important: Securely fasten oven to
cabinet using the screws provided (two
screws for a single oven or four screws for a
double oven). Insert the screws through holes
in mounting rails. Do Not overtighten screws.
Make sure the oven door is closed and the
"ON" light is shown in the display area. After
2 minutes, partially open oven door. You
should feel heat from the oven. Press the
"CANCEL" pad.
Check the operation of your double oven.
Press the "Upper Oven" pad. Press the
"BROIL" pad. "BROIL" will appear in the
display. Press the "START" pad. Make sure
the oven door is closed and the "ON" light is
CLEAN
shown in the display area. After 2 minutes,
partially open oven door. You should feel heat
from the oven. Press the "CANCEL" pad.
Press the "Lower Oven" pad and repeat the
steps you completed for checking the upper
oven.
black
wires
U.L.-listed
conduit
cable from
connector
oven
If local codes DO NOT
PERMIT connecting
conductor to neutral
junction box:
7. Separate the factory-
8. Connect white oven
9. Connect the bare
10. Replace junction box
4 screws
cable from power supply
junction
box
red
wires
bare grounding
wires
Figure 2
cable from
oven
cabinet-grounding
white wire in
junction box:
7. Separate bare and white
crimped bare and white
oven cable wires.
8. Connect white oven cable
cable wire to neutral
(white) wire in junction
box. See Figure 2.
9. Connect the bare
grounding oven cable
wire to a grounded wire
in the junction box. See
Figure 2.
cover.
10. Replace junction box
Slide top
of trim up.
7.
Slide top end of each trim upward onto
oven side rails. Push each trim into place at
bottom of trim. Use screws to attach each trim to
oven. Take care not to scratch other surfaces with
ends of trim.
8.
Replace oven racks.
9.
Reinstall the oven door by inserting
ends of hinges into hinge slots in the oven
frame. Push hinges in as far as they will go.
Open the door (you will feel the door drop
into place) and rotate both hinge latches
back to the locked position.
Close and open the door to check that the
door closes and opens completely. If door
does not close or open completely, repeat
the door removal step and reinstall door as
described above.
Repeat for lower oven door.
If your oven does not heat or an "F", followed by
a number, appears in the display, contact your
dealer or check the
"If you need service..." section of this Installation
Instructions.
To get the most efficient use
from your new oven, read your
Use and Care Guide. Keep
Installation Instructions
and Guide close to oven
for easy reference.
white
wires
black wires
U.L.-listed conduit
connector
If connecting to a
four-wire electrical
system:
oven cable wires.
wire to neutral (white) wire
in junction box. See
Figure 2.
grounding oven cable wire
to the green grounding
wire in junction box.
Do Not connect bare
grounding wire to neutral
(white) wire in junction
box. See Figure 2.
cover.
Push trim
into place.
Replace
trim screw.

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