MAKE SURE THE EDGE OF THE COUNTERTOP FITS
FLUSH AGAINST THE END OF THE FRONT CONTROL
See Figure 15.
To check if the device is installed and engaged properly, open the
Microwave Drawer fully and gently apply medium force in the
center of the handle until movement of the appliance is detected.
Continue pressing until the Anti-Tip bracket is engaged and move-
ment stops. A small amount of movement is acceptable at the back
of the appliance top, but it should be stable and not tip once the
Anti-tip bracket is engaged. Stop pressing on the Microwave Drawer
handle and close.
To check that the unit will not slide out, open the Microwave Drawer
fully and then apply gentle outward pressure. The unit should not
slide toward you. If the unit does slide, check installation beginning
on page 5.
This appliance must be supplied with the proper voltage and fre-
quency, and connected to an individual, properly grounded branch
circuit, protected by a circuit breaker or fuse having amperage as
noted on the rating plate. (Rating Plate is located on the faceplate
behind the Microwave Drawer front.) See Figure 16.
Breaker or fuse size:
NOTE: Check Local Codes for required breaker size.
All electrical wiring and hookup for this appliance should be by a
Be familiar where the main appliance disconnect is located.
Check with local utilities for electrical codes which apply in your
area. Failure to wire your appliance according to governing codes
could result in hazardous conditions. If there are no local codes, your
appliance must be wired and fused to meet the requirements of the
National Electrical Codes, ANSI/NFPA No. 70-Latest Edition.
Effective January 1, 1996, the national Electrical Code requires that
new, but not existing, construction utilize a four-conductor connec-
tion for this appliance class. When installing this appliance in new
construction, a mobile home, recreational vehicle or an area where
local codes prohibit grounding through the neutral conductor, follow
the instructions in the section on NEW CONSTRUCTION AND
FOUR-CONDUCTOR BRANCH CIRCUIT CONNECTOR.
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
• Electrical ground is required on this appliance.
• Do not connect to the electrical supply until appliance is
• DISCONNECT POWER TO THE CIRCUIT BREAKER
OR FUSE BOX BEFORE MAKING THE ELECTRICAL
• This appliance must be connected to a grounded, metallic,
permanent wiring system or the grounding connector of the
power cord should be connected to the grounding terminal or
wire lead on the appliance.
• Do not use a gas supply line for grounding this appliance.
• Failure to heed these warnings could result in a ﬁre, personal
injury or electrical shock.