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Tools And Materials Needed For Installation; Parts Supplied For Installation; Parts That Must Be Ordered Separately Or Custom-Made - KitchenAid 2000495 Installation Instructions Manual

42” built-in refrigerator
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Before you start...
Proper installation
is your
responsibility.
Make sure you have
everything
necessary for correct
installation.
It is the responsibility
of
the installer to comply with the
installation
specifications
provided.
The built-in refrtgerator weighs over
500 pounds. The floor must be
sturdy enough to support this weight
plus the additional weight of door
panels, food and ice.
Grounded electrical outlet
is
required.
See Electrical
requirements.
Location of
the built-in refrigerator
must permit the doors to open to
at least 90°.
Because of the weight and size of
the built-in refrigerator, two or more
people are needed to move and
safely install it.
Dimensions
that are shown must
be used. Given dimensions
provide
required 0" clearance.
One inch of space is required
between side of refrigerator and a
corner wall to allow the door to open
to at least a 900 angle.
Electrical Shock Hazard
It is the customer's responsibility:
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To contact a qualified electrical
installer.
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To assure that the electrical
installation is adequate and in
conformance with National
Electrical Code, ANSVNFPA 7&
latest edition, and all local
codes and ordinances.
Failure to do so could result in
electrical shock or other personal
iniutv.
Electrical Shock Hazard
Special care must be taken
when drilling holes into the
wall of the house. Electrical
wires may be concealed
behind wall covering.
Personal Injury Hazard
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Because of the weight and
size of the built-in
refrigerator, two or more
people are needed to move
and safely install it.
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Most of the refrigerator's
weight is at the top. Extra
care is needed when
moving the refrigerator to
prevent tipping.
Failure to do so could
result in personal injury.
Floor Damage
Keep cardboard shipping piece
or plywood under refrigerator
until it is installed in operating
position.
Failure to do so maycause
damage to floor covering.
Important:
Observe
all
governing
codes and
ordinances.
Failure to meet codes and
ordinances
could lead to
fire or electrical
shock
hazard.
Tools and
materials
needed
for installation:
Phillips
screwdriver
5llG"and
314" socket
and ratchet
l/4" copper
tubing
tubing cutter
appliance
dolly
l/8" Allen wrench
adjustable
wrench
cardboard
or plywood
6, #6, or larger wood
screws
2, wood boards -
32" long (See page
7 for specifications.)
1 - 316" open wrench
-
fronl leveler
stepladder
wrench
set
knife
3116" and 114"
drill bits
drill
screwdriver
level
bucket
shutoff
valve
stud locator
l/4" nut driver
Parts supplied
for
installation:
lop grille assembly
base grille
tube assembly
misc. parts bag
Ice-maker
bin assembly
Remove parts from packages.
Check that all parts were included.
Parts that must be
ordered
separately
or custom-made:
Door panel kits
Three colors of acrylic door panel
kits: White, Black
and
Almond, and
a stainless steel door panel
kit are
available from your KitchenAid
dealer. Each kit includes door
panels and top grille panels. Follow
kit instructions
to install
panels.
Kit Numbers
for Panels
~-
White
Black
Almond
Stainless
Steel
4318636
4318633
4318639
4318642
Custom
door panels and
top grille panels
See page 5 for custom panel
dimensions
and pages 10 and
11,
Steps 9-12 for installation.
Side panels
Check with your builder or installer
to see if you need side panels
that match your kitchen cabinets.
Side panels must be custom- made.
Side panel dimensions
are given
on page 6.
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