ELECTRICAL CONNECTION REQUIREMENTS
The third step of your installation should be to follow electrical connection requirements below.
Dedicated circuit protection must be prepared as recommended in electrical connection requirements and
the oven should be grounded properly.
Be sure your wall oven is installed and grounded properly by a qualified installer or service technician.
• This wall oven must be electrically grounded in accordance with local codes or, in their absence, with the
National Electrical Code ANSI/NFPA No.70- latest edition* in United States, or with CSA Standard C22.1-1982
and C22.2 No.01982 (or latest edition)**, Canadian Electrical Code, Part1, and all local codes and ordinances.
• This wall oven must be supplied with the proper voltage and frequency, and connected to an individual, properly
grounded branch circuit, protected by a circuit breaker or fuse. To know the circuit breaker or fuse required by
this model, see the rating plate to find the wattage consumption and refer to table below to get the circuit
breaker or fuse amperage.
less than 4800W
4800W - 7200W
7200W - 9600W
9600 and +
• A double wall oven can consume up to 7,800W at 240VAC.
A 40Amp circuit breaker with wire gauge #8 AWG must be used.
• A single wall oven can consume up to 4,100W at 240VAC.
A 30Amp circuit breaker with wire gauge at least #10 AWG must be used.
• Do Not ground to a gas pipe.
• Do Not have a fuse in the neutral or grounding circuit.
• A U.L.-listed conduit connector must be provided at the junction box.
• New branch-circuit installations
(1996 NEC), mobile homes,
recreational vehicles, or installations
where local codes prohibit grounding
through the neutral conductor
require 4-wire branch-circuit
less than 4100W
4100W - 6200W
6200W - 8300W
8300 and +
• Improper connection of aluminum
house wiring to copper leads can
result in an electrical hazard or fire.
Use only connectors designed for
joining copper to aluminum and
follow the manufacturer's
recommended procedure closely.
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