4. Connect Electric
Verify that electric to the junction box has been turned
off before beginning this step.
Use copper wire ONLY. Wire size and connections
must be suitable for the rating of the appliance per
the National Electrical Code requirements or the
Canadian Electric Code requirements.
The ﬂ exible conduit extending from the oven
should be connected directly to the junction box.
Do not shorten ﬂ exible conduit.
The junction box should be located to allow as
much slack as possible between the junction box
and the oven.
A UL listed conduit connector must be provided at
each end of the power supply cable.
The four wire branch circuit connection is
preferred, but where local codes permit, a three
wire branch circuit connection is also acceptable.
Four Wire Connection (Preferred Method):
1. Connect green ground wire from oven to green (or
bare) ground wire in junction box.
2. Connect red wire from oven to red wire in junction
3. Connect black wire from oven to black wire in
4. Connect white wire from oven to white (or gray)
neutral wire in junction box.
Three Wire Connection :
Note: The four wire connection is preferred, but
where local codes permit, the three wire connection is
1. Connect red wire from oven to red wire in junction
2. Connect black wire from oven to black wire in
3. Connect both green ground wire and white wire
from oven to white (or gray) neutral wire in
Connecting to a 208 V circuit:
The oven is pre-wired for connection to 240 V, 60 Hz supply,
but can be converted for use with 208 V, 60 Hz supply.
1. Turn power on a breaker.
2. Open oven door (upper oven in double ovens)
3. Press CANCEL.
4. Turn knob clockwise until 6 double beeps sound.
4. Turn knob counterclockwise until 9 double beeps
5. Press START.
6. Press COOKING MODE.
Time of day clock appears in display.
Step 4: Connect Electric
Figure 4: Four Wire Connection
Figure 5: Three Wire Connection