Personal Injury/Fire Hazard
Do not, under any circumstances, cut or re-
move the grounding prong from the range cord.
Failure to provide proper polarization may cause
shock and fire hazard.
ELECTRONIC IGNITION SYSTEM
When connecting an appliance that has an elec-
tronic ignition system to a 120-volt AC receptacle, it
is very important that the receptacle wiring is cor-
rectly polarized and properly grounded. If the plug is
not polarized properly, the ignitor module will not
The 120-volt AC receptacle should use 3-
wires, and be polarized with two plug slots
and a round grounding pin. Proper wiring for
this type of receptacle is as follows:
a) The white wire is connected to the neutral
side of the plug.
b) The black wire is connected to the hot
(120-volt ac) side of the plug.
c) The green, or bare wire is connected to
the round grounding pin of the plug.
3 - W I R E
A C R E C E P T A C L E
W H I T E
Once you are sure that the plug is polarized prop-
erly, perform the next step.
B L A C K
G R E E N
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Connect the power cord plug on the gas range
to a 120-volt AC receptacle that is on a sepa-
rately fused line.