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KitchenAid KERC508LSS0 Installation Instructions Manual page 6

30" electric freestanding range
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Power
suppJy cord
method:
NOTE: The bag containing
three
aluminum
terminal
lugs is not used
when connecting
the range using a
power supply cord.
Electrical
Shock Hazard
Disconnect
power before servicing.
Use new 40 amp power supply cord.
Plug into grounded
outlet.
Failure to follow these instructions
can
result in death, fire, or electrical
shock.
5_
6_
Use either
ring-type
terminals
or
spade
terminals
with
upturned
ends
to connect
the power
supply.
Complete
electrical
connection
according
to your
type
electrical
supply
("Four-wire
electrical
connection"
or "Three-wire
electrical
connection[')
Four-wire
electricaJ
connection:
_rourtd
e,
ground-link
screw
10. Connect
the neutral
wire
(center
wire)
to the center
terminal
screw
on the
terminal
block.
See Figure
2.
11. Connect
the other
two
wires
dines
1
and 2) to the outer
screws
on the
terminal
block.
See Figure
2.
12. Securely
tighten
nuts
with
3/8" nut
driver
for proper
electrical
connection,
l&
Tighten
the strain
relief
screws,
14. Replace
the terminal
block
cover.
15. Plug
power
supply
cord
into
grounded
electrical
outlet.
Three-wire
eJectricaJ
connection:
center
WARNING
-Improper
connection
of the
equipment-grounding
conductor
can
result
in a risk of electric
shock.
Check
with
a qualified
electrician
or serviceman
if you
are in doubt
as to whether
the
appliance
is properly
grounded.
Do not
modify
the power
supply
cord
plug,
If it
will
not fit the outlet,
have
a proper
outlet
installed
by a qualified
electrician.
This
range
is manufactured
with
the
neutral
terminal
connected
to the cabinet.
Use a three-wire,
U.h-listed,
40 amp
power
supply
cord
(pigtail);
or if local
codes
Do not permit
ground
through
the
neutral,
use a four-wire
power
supply
cord
rated
at 250 volts,
40 amps
and
investigated
for use with
ranges.
(See
"Four-wire
electrical
connection/')
remove
Imockout
for 40 amp
power
cord
and U.L. listed
strain
relief
opening for
conduit
connector
/
1. Disconnect
power.
2.
Remove the knockout for the 40 amp
power supply
cor&
3.
Assemble
a U.h-listed
strain relief in
the opening.
4.
insert the power supply cord through
the strain relief, allowing
enough
slack to easily attach the wiring to the
terminal
block,
Figure1
neutral
wire
(center
wire)
center
block screw
line
green -
ground
wire
"ound link
round-link
screw
line 2
U.L listed strain relief
and 40 amp range
power supply cord
Figure
2
Use this
method
for new
installations,
mobile
homes,
recreational
vehicles
and
whenever
four-wire
installation
is
required,
7.
Remove
the ground-link
screw
from
the range
frame,
Save the ground-link
screw,
Bend
up the ground
link so
that
it does
not contact
the
range.
See
Figure
1.
8.
Connect
the green
ground
wire
from
power
supply
cord
to the range
using
the ground-link
screw,
The ground
wire
must
be attached
first
and must
not contact
any other
terminal
See
Figure
2.
9_
Use 3/8" nut driver
and remove
the
outside
nuts
on the terminal
block
screws.
Do not loosen
the factory-
tightened
nuts
behind
the outside
nuts.
block screw
ground-
link
line
(center wire)
2
relief
and 40 amp range
power supply cord
Figure 3
Use this
method
only
if local
codes
permit
connecting
cabinet-ground
conductor
to neutral
wire
of power
supply
cord.
7.
Use 3/8" nut driver
and remove
the
outside
nuts
on the terminal
block
screws,
Do not loosen
the factory-
tightened
nuts
behind
the outside
nuts_
8.
Connect
the neutral
wire
(center
wire)
to the center
terminal
screw
on the
terminal
block,
See Figure
3,
9.
Connect
the other
two
wires
dines
1
and 2} to outer
terminal
screws
on the
terminal
block,
See Figure
3.
10. Securely
tighten
nuts
with
3/8"
nut
driver
for
proper
electrical
connection.
11. Tighten
the strain
relief
screws,
12, Replace
the terminal
block
cover.
13. Plug
power
supply
cord
into
grounded
electrical
outlet.

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