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Kenmore 24" (61 cm) Wall Oven Installation Instructions Manual

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iNSTALLATiON
AND SERVICE MUST BE PERFORMED BY A QUALiFiED
iNSTALLER.
iMPORTANT:
SAVE FOR LOCAL ELECTRICAL iNSPECTOR'S USE.
READ AND SAVE THESE iNSTRUCTiONS
FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
FOR YOUR SAFETY: Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids
in
the vicinity
of this or any other appliance.
Your new wall oven has been designed
to fit a limited variety
of cutout sizes to make the job of installing
easier. The first step of your installation should be to measure your current cutout
dimensions
and
compare them to the cutout
dimensions
chart below or next page for your model. You may find little or
no cabinet work will be necessary.
Do not remove spacers (if equipped) on the side walls and/or
on the back of the built-in
oven.
These spacers center the oven in the space provided. The oven must be centered
to prevent excess heat buildup
that
may result
in heat damage or fire.
DO NOT INSTALL A 24" WALL OVEN IN A BASE CABINET WITH A COUNTERTOP ABOVE IT.
NOTE: Dimension G is critical to the proper installation of the built-in oven. If the oven decorative trim (ventilation) does not
but against the cabinet, or if noise is heard on convection models, verify dimension G to assure it is according to the required
dimension.
NOTE: For a cutout height greater than H Min. dimension add
one 2" (5 cm) wide wood shim to each side of the opening under
the appliance side rails.
NOTE: Base must be capable of
supporting
150 pounds (68 kg).
** NOTE: Allow at least 19 3/8" (49.2
cm) clearance for door depth when it is
open.
Suggested distance from
B
floor is 31 " (78.7 cm).
|
Minimum
required distance
is 18" (45.7 cm).
Except for 30" models,
o
minimum
required distance
..........
is 4 1/2" (11.4 cm).
**Door
Open
(see
note)
Figure
1
24" AND 30" SINGLE OVENS
(Double
Ovens
see Figure
2)
28 3/32 "
(71.4 cm)
2" (5.1 cm) Wide Wood
Spacer if
Hole for cable and
electrical
junction
box on
....
I
___,_
left side for 30" Wall
Ovens.
1 1/2"
(3.8 cm)
Min.
_"
Hole for cable and
electrical junction
H
box on right side for
_._
24" Wall Ovens.
(7.6 cm)
Max.
31 "*
(78.7 cm)
J
Electrical Junction
Box (Right or left
side depending of
model)
24" (61 cm) Wall Oven
23 7/8 (60.6)
30 3/4 (78.1)
21 11/16 (55.1)
25 3/8 (64.5)
30" (76.2 cm) Wall Oven
29 7/8 (75.9)
29 7/8 (75.9)
28 3/8 (72.1)
25 3/8 (64.5)
24" (61 cm)Wall Oven
22 (55.9)
30" (76.2 cm)Wall Oven
28 1/2 (72.4)
All dimensions are in inches (cm).
Printed in United States
22 1/4 (56.5)
23 1/2 (59.7)
29 (73.7)
24 (61)
28 1/8 (71.4)
30 1/8 (76.5)
24 (61) Min
28 1/4 (71.8)
28 7/8 (73.3)
30 (76.2) Min
Some models
are not available
in Canada.
P/N 318201529
(0809)
Rev. A
English - pages 1-8
Espahol-
p_iginas 9-16
Fran_ais - pages 17-24

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   Summary of Contents for Kenmore 24" (61 cm) Wall Oven

  • Page 1

    iNSTALLATiON AND SERVICE MUST BE PERFORMED BY A QUALiFiED iNSTALLER. iMPORTANT: SAVE FOR LOCAL ELECTRICAL iNSPECTOR'S USE. READ AND SAVE THESE iNSTRUCTiONS FOR FUTURE REFERENCE. FOR YOUR SAFETY: Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids the vicinity of this or any other appliance.

  • Page 2

    Do not remove spacers (if equipped) on the side walls and/or on the back of the built-in oven. These spacers center the oven in the space provided. The oven must be centered to prevent excess heat buildup that may result in heat damage or fire.

  • Page 3

    Important Notes to the Installer 2. Electrical Requirements Read all instructions contained in these installation Theses appliances must be supplied with the proper instructions before installing the wall oven. voltage and frequency, and connected to an individual, Remove all packing material from the oven properly grounded branch circuit, protected by a circuit compartments before connecting the electrical supply breaker or fuse, having amperage as noted on the rating...

  • Page 4

    Waitatleast t hree(3)hoursafter OVEN receiving t hisbuilt-inovenbefore switching thepoweron to prevent p ossible d amage to thebuilt-inovencontrol at power on. 3. Adjusting Oven Height A. Models with extension panel (some models only): Remove and lay aside the lower vent decorative trim that is taped to the outer side panel of the oven.

  • Page 5

    If connecting to a 4-wire electrical Cable from Power Supply system (mobile homes), the appliance frame MUST Ground Wire ...__.,___ Wires-1 NOT be connected to the neutral wire of the 4-wire _Black [/iiii-- electrical system. NOTE TO ELECTRICIAN: The armored cable leads ction Box supplied with the appliance are CSA-recognized for connection to larger gauge household wiring.

  • Page 6

    5. Cabinet Installation Cutout Dimensions A. 24" 27", Single Double Ovens 29" (73.7 cm) Max.* Insert appliance into cutout. Use the screws provided < 28 1/2" (72.4 cm) Min.* > to fasten the front frame of the appliance to the cabinet.

  • Page 7

    3. Insert the unit into the cabinet opening. Slide unit Pull out the oven approximately 1 foot (30.5 cm) inward leaving 1 3/s" (3.5 cm) clearance between the away from the cabinet. Reposition each bracket on oven decorative trim and cabinet. Pull the armored the cabinet and drill 1/8"...

  • Page 8

    6. Leveling the Wall Oven Bake-After setting the oven to 350°F/177°C for baking, the lower element in the oven should become red. Install an oven rack in the center of the upper oven (see Figure 11). Broil-When the oven is set to BROIL, the upper element Place a level on the rack.

  • Page 9

    LA INSTALACION Y EL SERVICIO DEBE DE HACERLOS UN INSTALADOR CAUFICADO. IMPORTANTE: GUARDE ESTAS INSTRUCCIONES PARA USO DEL iNSPECTOR ELECTRICO LOCAL. LEA Y GUARDE ESTAS INSTRUCCIONES PARA FUTURAS REFERENCIAS. PARA SU SEGURIDAD: No almacene ni utiJice gasoJina u otros vapores y liquJdos inflamabies en la proxJmJdad de este o de cuaiquier otro artefacto.

  • Page 10

    No quite los separadores (si los hay) de los muros laterales o/y de la parte posterior del homo ernportado. Estos espaciadores centran el homo en el espacio provisto. El homo debe estar centrado para prevenir una concentration excesiva de calor clue podria resultar en da_os pot el calor o un incendio. Agujero a la izquierda para el cable y la caja de empalme...

  • Page 11

    Notas irnportantes para el instalador 2. Requisitos Electricos Lea todas las instrucciones contenidas en este manual Este artefacto debe set suministrado con el voltaje y la antes de instalar el homo. frecuencia adecuados, y conectado a un circuito Saque todo el material usado en el embalaje...

  • Page 12

    enel lugar q ueseindica enla Figura 1 o 2, dejando PUERTADEL tantoexceso d ecable comoseaposible e ntrelacajay HORNO el electrodomestico, deforma queasfel electrodomesti- cosepueda mover f _icilmente, si fueranecesario para hacer u nareparacion. 3.Sedebe deusarunconectador quereduzca l atirantez deunaforma adecuada paraunitelcable blindado flexible a lacajadeempalme.

  • Page 13

    conecte la toma a tierra a una tuberfa de suministro Cablede la fuentede alimentaci6n de gas. NO conecte el suministro de energfa Alambre desnudo .¢_-.._d-------_- -_Alambres electrica hasta que el electrodomestico tenga toma a tierra instalada permanentemente. Conecte Alamb[es ----m.._,.-:_-_-_ _ I/ii_i _- negros el alambre...

  • Page 14

    5. Instaladon del Gabinete Dimensiones del hueco A. 24" y 27", Modelos con un solo homo 28 1/2" (72.4 cm) Min.* un homo doble 29" (73.7 cm) Max.* Introduzca el artefacto en el recortado. Los tornillos est_in provistos para fijar el armazon frontal del artefacto al gabinete.

  • Page 15

    Phillips@ no. 2 o Quadrex@). Abre la puerta superior para 4.Saque el homo aproximadamente 1 pie (30.5 cm) fuera retirar los tornillos ubicados a la extremidad superior al del pared posterior del armario. Coloque cada fijaciOn lado del contramarco. sobre el armario y perfore orificios pilotos de 1 1/8". 3.Coloque el electrodomestico en el hueco.

  • Page 16

    6. Asegurese de que el homo de pared esta Hornear- Despues de poner el homo a 350°F/177°C para hornear, el elemento de la parte de abajo a niveI homo se debe de ponerse rojo. Instale una rejilla al centro del homo superior (vea la Figura 11).

  • Page 17

    L'iNSTALLATION ET L'ENTRETIEN DOiVENT f=TRE EFFECTUI=S PAR UN INSTALLATEUR QUAUFil=. iMPORTANT : CONSERVEZ POUR L'INSPECTEUR D'i_LECTRICITI= LOCAL. USEZ ET CONSERVEZ CES iNSTRUCTiONS POUR RI=FI=RENCES ULTI=RIEURES. POUR VOTRE SECURITE : N'entreposez pas ou n'utilisez pas d'essence ou d'autres produits inflammables a proximit_ de cet appareil ou de tout autre appareil electromenager. Votre nouveau four encastre a et_ con_u pour s'ajuster a differentes dimensions de decoupage...

  • Page 18

    F,__ N'enlevez pas (s'il y en a) les entretoises sur les parois laterales et/ou a I'arriere du four. £es entretoises centrent le four dans I'espace fourni. Le four dolt _tre centre pour prevenir une accumulation excessive de chaleur, pouvant causer un feu ou des dornrnages dQ a un surchauffernent.

  • Page 19

    Installateur 2. Exigences electriques 1. Lisez toutes ces instructions avant de proceder Ces appareils doivent _tre branches sur une alimentation I'installation de votre appareil. possedant la tension et la frequence appropriees 2. Enlevez tout le materiel d'emballage du four avant de connecte a un seul circuit correctement mis a la terre et...

  • Page 20

    II faut attendre au moins trois (3) heures PORTE EXT_RIEURE apres sa reception avant de mettre I'appareil sous tension pour eviter toute possibilite d'endommager la commande du four lots de la mise sous tension. 3. Reglage de la hauteur du four encastre A.

  • Page 21

    Cable d'alimentation Si la connexion a ete faite utilisant un systeme electrique a 4 fib (maison Fil d6nud6 mobile), le chassis de I'appareil NE DOlT PAS _tre branche au fil neutre du c_ble a 4 fils. Fils I_LECTRICIEN: Le cable gaine fourni avec cet appareil est homologue par I'ACNOR...

  • Page 22

    3. Utilisez les 2 vis restantes pour attacher le haut de Dimensions de d_coupage I'appareil a I'armoire, de chaque cote du cadre du 28 1/2" (72.4 cm) Min,* four, au-dessus de la porte. 29" (73.7 cm) Max.* 28 1/16" (71,3 cm) Min. 28 1/4"...

  • Page 23

    Tirez le four d'approximativement 1 pied (30,5 cm) du mur arriere de I'armoire. Positionnez chaque support sur I'armoire et percez-y des trous pilotes de 1/8". Fixez les supports en place a I'aide des 2 vis fournies (#10 x 1 1_,, de long). Si necessaire, ajoutez des cales de bois aux emplacements...

  • Page 24

    6. Mise a niveau du four encastre Cuisson au four-Apres le reglage a 177°C (350°F) pour la cuisson au four, I'element inferieur du four doit Installez une grille dans le centre du four superieur devenir rouge. (voir Figure 11). Placez un niveau sur la grille.

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