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30" electric freestanding range
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Electrical requirements
if codes
permit
and a separate
ground
wire
is used,
it is recommended
that
a
qualified
electrician
determine
that the
ground
path
and wire
gauge
are in
accordance
with
local
codes.
This
range
must
be connected
to a
grounded
metal,
permanent
wiring
system.
Check
with
a qualified
electrician
if you
are not sure
range
is properly
grounded.
Do not ground
to a gas pipe.
Do not have
a fuse
in the neutral
or
ground
circuit.
Range
must
be connected
to the
proper
electrical
voltage
and frequency
as
specified
on the model/serial
rating
plate.
(The
model/serial
rating
plate
is located
on the oven
frame
behind
the storage
drawer
panel.)
[_
A four-wire
or three-wire,
single-
phase,
120/240-volt,
60-Hz,
AC-only,
electrical
supply
(or three-wire
or four-
wire
120/208-volt
if specified
on the
model/serial
rating
plate)
is required
on a
separate,
40 amp
circuit,
fused
on both
sides
of the
line.
[_
A time-delay
fuse
or circuit
breaker
is
recommended.
[_
The range
can be connected
directly
to the fused
disconnect
(or circuit
breaker
box)
through
flexible
armored
conduit.
This
range
can be direct
wired
to a four-
wire
or three-wire
aluminum
wiring
system.
See "Direct
wire
method:
Copper
or Aluminum
wire"
section.
Allow
two to three
feet of slack in the line
so that
it can be moved
if servicing
is
ever
necessary.
A U.h-listed
conduit
connector
must
be
provided
at each
end of the power
supply
cane
(at the
range
and at the junction
box).
Wire
sizes and connections
must
conform
with
the rating
of the range
(40 amps).
[_
The wiring
diagram
is bcated
on the
bacH< of the
range
or on the inside
of the
storage
drawer
in a dear
plastic
bag.
Recommended
ground
method
It is the
personal
responsibility
and
obligation
of the customer
to contact
a
qualified
electrician
to assure
that
the
electrical
installation
is adequate
and is in
conformance
with
the
National
Electrical
Code,
ANSI/NFPA
70 -- latest
edition
x
and aii local
codes
and ordinances.
Power
supply
cord
is not supplied,
but is
available
through
your
local
electrical
supply
house.
Copies
of the standards
listed
may be obtained
from:
_National
Fire Protection
Association
One Batterymarch
Park
Quincy,
Massachusetts,
02269
mf connecting
to
a fourowire
system:
This
range
is manufactured
with
the
ground
connected
to the cabinet.The
ground
must
be revised
so the green
grounding
wire
of the four-wire
power
supply
cord
is connected
to the cabinet.
See "Four-wire
electrical
connection"
section.
When
a fouFwire
receptacle
of NEMA
Type
14-50R
is used
(see
Figure
1, below),
a matching
U.L-listed,
four-wire,
250-volt,
40 amp,
range
power
supply
cord
(pigtail)
must
be used.This
cord
contains
four
copper
conductors
with
either
ring
terminals
or spade
terminals
with
upturned
ends to connect
the power
supply
at the appliance
end,
terminating
in a NEMAType
14-50P
plug
on the
supply
end.The
fourth
(grounding)
conductor
must
be identified
by a green
or green_yellow
cover
and the neutral
conductor
by a white
cover.
Cord
should
beType
SRD or SRDT with
a U.h-listed
strain
relief
and be at bast
four
feet
long.
The minimum
conductor
sizes
for the
copper
four-wire
power
cord
are:
40 amp
circuit
2 No.-8
conductors
1 No.-1O white neutral
1 No.-8
green
grounding
If connecting
to
a three-wire
system:
Local
codes
may
permit
the use of a
U.L.-listed,
250-volt,
40 amp
range
power
supply
cord
(pigtaib.This
cord
contains
three,
No.-10
copper
wires
and matches
a three-wire
receptacle
of NEMAType
10-50R,
shown
in Figure
2. Connectors
on
the appliance
end must
be provided
at
the
point
the power
supply
cord
enters
the appliance.
4-wire wall
receptacle (!4-50R)
Figure 1
3-wire
wall
receptacle
(!0-50R)
Figure
2

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