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KitchenAid KERC508LSS0 Installation Instructions Manual page 7

30" electric freestanding range
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Direct
wire
method:
Copper
or AJurninum
wire
NOTE:The
bag containing
three
aiuminum
terminai
Hugs must
be used
when
making
a direct
wire
connection.
Emectrica[
Shock
Hazard
Disconnect
power
before
servicing.
Use 8 gauge
copper
wire, or 6 gauge
aluminum
wire.
Electrically
ground
range.
Failure
to follow
these
instructions
can
result
in death,
fire, or electrical
shock.
7.
IMPORTANT:
the aluminum
terminal
lugs
must
be assembled
to the
terminal
posts
with
the set screws
facing
out as showm
8.
Attach
three
aluminum
terminal
lugs
to terminal
posts.
Use a 3/8" nut driver
and tighten
the
nuts
securely,
Nuts
must
be
tightened
to 20 in/Ibs
of torque
for
proper
electrical
connection.
9.
Complete
electrical
connection
according
to your
type
electrical
supply
("Four-wire
electrical
connection"
or "Three-wire
electrical
connection[')
Four-wire
electrical
connection:
15.
16.
12. Loosen
(do not remove)
the 3 slotted
set screws,
insert
the neutral
(white)
wire
into the hole
at the Bottom
of
the center
position
lug (attached
to
center
terminal
screw
black
terminal
block).
See Figure
2.
13. Connect
the other
two
wires
dines
1
and 2) to the outer
aluminum
lugs.
14. Securely
tighten
the set screws.
For 8
gauge
copper
wire,
tighten
to 25
in/Ibs
of torque,
and for 6 gauge
aluminum
wire,
tighten
to 35 in/Ibs
of
torque
to make
a proper
electrical
connection,
See Figure
2.
Tighten
the locking
ring of the
conduit
connector.
Replace
the terminal
block
coven
Three-wire
electrical
connection:
This
range
may
be connected
directly
to
the fuse
disconnect
or circuit
breaker
box;
or with
a U.h-listed,
40 amp
range
power
supply
cable.
Depending
on your
electrical
supply,
make
the
required
three-wire
or four-wire
connectiom
1.
Disconnect
power.
2.
Remove
the knockout
as needed
for
conduit
connectiom
Assemble
a
U.L,-listed
conduit
connector
in
opening,
U/gJ c onduit
_
conr_ector
4.
Strip outer covering
back 3 inches to
expose wires. Strip the insulation
back
1 inch from the end of each wire.
6_
Allow enough slack in the wire to
easily attach the wiring terminal
block.
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.
_
_terminal
o o " om-l_
screw
[
_ set screw
_must
face out
ground
link
round
screw
Figure 1
line I
green_
ground
wire
slotted
2c ow
er wire)
hne 2
Figure
2
Use this
method
for new
installations,
mobile
homes,
recreational
vehicles
and
whenever
four-wire
installation
is
required,
10. Remove
the ground-link
screw
from
the range
frame,
Save the ground-link
screw
and cup washer.
Bend
up the
ground
link so that
it does
not contact
the range.
See Figures
1 and 2.
11. Connect
the green
ground
wire
to the
range
using
the ground-link
screw
and cup
washer.The
ground
wire
must
be attached
first
and must
not
contact
any other
terminal
See
Figure
2.
line I
slotted
screw
/ neutral
(center wire)
line 2
Figure
3
Use this
method
only
if local
codes
permit
connecting
ground
conductor
to
neutral
supply
wire,
10. Loosen
(do not remove)
the 3 slotted
set screws.
Insert
the neutral
(white)
wire
into
the hole
at the bottom
of the
center
position
lug (attached
to center
terminal
screw
of terminal
blockL
See
Figure
3,
11. Connect
the other
two
wires
dines
1
and 2) to the outer
aluminum
lugs.
12. Securely
tighten
the set screws.
For 8 gauge
copper
wire,
tighten
to
25 in/Ibs
of torque,
and for 6 gauge
aluminum
wire,
tighten
to 35 in/Ibs
of
torque
to make
a proper
electrical
connection.
See Figure
3.
13. Tighten
the locking
ring
of the conduit
connector.
14. Replace the terminal
block cover.

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