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KitchenAid KDRP407HSS0 Installation Instructions Manual page 6

30" commercial style dual fuel range with self-cleaning thermal/convection oven
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Tip Over Hazard
A child or adult can tip the range
and be killed.
Connect
anti=tip bracket to wall
behind range.
Reconnect
the anti=tip bracket, if
the range is moved.
Failure to follow these instructions
can result in death or serious
burns to children
and adults.
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[] Position top of anti-tip bracket at
line marked in step 5 and mark holes.
Drill two 1/8" (3 mm) holes. Use screws
provided to fasten anti-tip bracket to wall.
NOTE: Anti-tip bracket must be mounted
securely to stud in wall behind the range.
Depending
on thickness
of the wall
covering,
longer screws may be required.
_ Make electrical
connection.
If your house has aluminum
wiring, see
"Electrical
requirements"
page 5.
Electrical
Shock Hazard
Disconnect
power before servicing.
Use 8 gauge copper wire.
Electrically
ground range.
Failure to follow these instructions
can result in death, fire, or
electrical
shock.
This range must be connected
to a
grounded,
metallic permanent
wiring
system or a ground connector
should be
connected
to the ground terminal
or wire
lead on the range.
This range is manufactured
with a frame-
connected,
green or bare ground wire
factory-crimped
to the neutral (white)
wire. Connect the range cable to the
junction
box through
the U.L.- or C.S.A.-
listed conduit connector.
Complete
electrical
connection
according
to local
codes and ordinances.
A.
Where
local codes Do not permit
connecting
the frame-ground
conductor
to
the neutral (white)junction
box wire (also
used for Canadian
installations):
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Ungrounded
neutral
Figure 1
1. Disconnect
power supply.
2. Connect
the flexible,
armored cable
from the range to the junction
box
using a U.L.- or C.S.A.-listed
conduit
connector.
Tighten screws on conduit
connector.
3. Connect the two black wires
together;
and the two red wires
together
using twist-on
connectors.
(See Figure 1.)
4. Separate
the factory-crimped
bare
and white range cable wires.
5. Connect the two white wires together
using twist-on
connector.
6. Connect the bare ground wire from
the range cable to the grounded
wire
in the junction
box or other grounded
connector
using twist-on
connector.
(See Figure 1.) Do not connect bare
ground wire to neutral (white) wire in
junction
box.
B,
Where
local codes permit
connecting
the frame-ground
conductor
to
the neutral (white)junction
box wire (not
used for Canadian
installations):
junction
box
red
3-wire cable from
power supply
black
wires
white
wire
white and bare grounding
oven cable wires --
factory crimped
4-wire cable from range
U.L.-or C.S.A.-
listedconduit
connector
Grounded
neutral
Figure 2
1. Disconnect
power supply.
2. Connect the flexible, armored cable
from the range to the junction
box
using a U.L.- or C.S.A.-listed
conduit
connector. Tighten screws on conduit
connector.
3. Connect the two black wires together;
the two red wires together;
and the
factory-crimped
bare and white
cooktop cable wires to the white
(neutral) wire in the junction
box using
twist-on
connectors.
(See Figure 2.)
[] Remove cardboard
or hardboard
from under range.

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