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KitchenAid 8101P120-60 Installation Manual

30" wide free-standing range
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INSTALLER: LEAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
WITH THE I~PPLIANCE
THE MANUAL IS INTENDED
TO ASSIST IN THE INITIAL INSTALLATION AND ADJUSTMENTS
OF THE RANGE.
INSTALL OR SERVICE THIS RANGE.
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ALTERATION
SERVICE
CLEARANCE DIMENSIONS
For complete information in regard to installation of range. see figures 1 and 2 on page 2. For SAFETY
CONSIDERATIONS, do not install a range in any combustible cabinetry which is not in accord with the installation
clearances shown in figure 1 on page 2.
CAUTION: SOME CABINETS AND BUILDING MATERIALS ARE NOT DE:SIGNED TO WITHSTAND
THE HEAT PRODUCED
BY THE NORMAL SAFE OPERATION
OF A LISTED APPLIANCE.
DISCOLORATION OR DAMAGE, SUCH AS DELAMINATION, MAY OCCUR.
8101P120-60
(03-95-00)

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  • Page 1 1 on page 2. CAUTION: SOME CABINETS AND BUILDING MATERIALS ARE NOT DE:SIGNED TO WITHSTAND THE HEAT PRODUCED BY THE NORMAL SAFE OPERATION OF A LISTED APPLIANCE. DISCOLORATION OR DAMAGE, SUCH AS DELAMINATION, MAY OCCUR. 8101P120-60 (03-95-00)
  • Page 2 Do not attempt to operate this oven with the door open Do not operate the oven if it is damaged. It is since open-door operation can result in harmful particularly important that the oven door close exposure to microwave energy. It is important not to properly and that there is no damage to the: (1) Door defeat or tamper with the safety interloc:ks.
  • Page 3 1611 "j 25 II NORMA L COUNTER 36'1 COUNTER TOP DEPTH TOP HEIGHT 5 3/411 "" "- 3011 CAB I NET 2411 CAB I NET OPENINGS. UPPER & LOWER DEPTH. "'- PROVIDE FOR 120/240 VOLT OUTLET IN THIS AREA. FIGURE 2 Electric Free-Standing Ranges The installation of a range designed for mobile home...
  • Page 4 WARNING: A risk of range tip-overexists if the appliance Cement or Concrete Construction: not installed in accordance with installation Suitable screws for concrete construction can be instructions provided. The proper use of this device obtained at a hardware store. Drill the required size minimizes the risk of TIP-oVER.
  • Page 5 3/8. SPACER BLOCK WI LL \.../~' REQUIRED BEHIHD THE AHTI BRACKET. NAI L DR SCREW \WJOOEN \ sPACER BLOCK CNOT PROVIDED) " TO WALL STRUCTURE. ..2 NAILS OR SCREWS ;~~~~~~8 " MARKED EDGE "". "1.1. OF RANGE .,--, LOOR 3 1/2,,1 --~--":ATTACH TIE-oO~ BRACKET WITH LDNG SCREWS.
  • Page 6 ELECTRIC SUPPLY The range must be installed in accordance with Local and wire plug-in outlet placed at a convenient point near the National Electric Code (NEC) ANSI/NFPA No. 70-1993. back of the range. The range is then connected to this outlet See rating plate on front of range for total connected kw through an approved service cord (pigtail) fastened securely rating.
  • Page 7 Remove terminal block access cover from range back. (See 3. Both the white wire and the uninsulated (bare) wire from figure 9). the conduit should connect to the white service wire as shown. The bare wire is the range chassis ground. For service cord (pigtail) use, remove knockout ring from conduit plate.
  • Page 8 FIGURE 10A FIGiURE 108 NORMAL -3 WIRE PLUG NOR~IIAL WIRE CONDUIT RED-, --~r- ~~._.:~ ANGE CONDU I T .-~APPROVED WHITE CONNECTOR APPROVED CONNECTORS BOX'" APPROVED GROUND L 1 (RED)~V~ 2 (BLACK) NEUTRAL ART. 9219-749-A CIRCUIT (POWER SUPPLY) WIRING METHOD IF CODE DOES NOT PERMIT GROUNDING THROUGH NEUTRAL CONDUCTOR &...