C. Electrical requirements
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
DO NOT PLUG THE "PIGTAIL"
1. This appliance
must be connected
to the proper
Models rated at 15 KW on 240 volts
(11.25 KW on 208 V) or more require a separate 50
ampere circuit. Models rated less than 15 KW on 240
volts (11.25 KW on 208 V) require a separate 40
ampere circuit. Fuse both sides of the line. DO NOT
fuse the neutral. A time-delay fuse or circuit breaker
Wire sizes must conform to the
of the National Electrical Code and/or
local codes and ordinances for the kilowatt rating of
the range. The nameplate
is located on the front
frame of the main oven behind the main door. For
it is on the front frame
2. All wires ending at the appliance must terminate in
ring type terminals.
3. All power cords and cables to appliance
fitted with a UL approved strain relief.
4. The range should be connected
with copper wire
wire requires special connectors.
Improper use may create a fire hazard.
may be connected
directly to the fused
(or circuit breaker) box through flexible
armored or non-metallic sheathed copper cable. Do
not use an extension cord. Allow 4 feet (min.) slack
so appliance can be moved for servicing. Wire sizes
must conform to the ampere rating of the range. See
paragraph C-l above.
USE ONE OF THE
Connect copper wire to the range terminal block
(using ring terminals).
Connect the copper wire to the aluminum
wiring using special connectors
UL listed and
designed for joining copper to aluminum.
Wire size and connectors
rating of the range as stated in
Attach special ring connectors
to the aluminum
house wiring that are UL listed and designed
for joining copper to aluminum.
houses) can be attached
directly to the range
to the ampere
rating of the range as stated in paragraph
7. If local codes permit, your range may be connected
with a three wire flexible type, UL listed "pigtail"
power cord of the proper ampere rating.* Plug must
NEMA type lo-50R
FOR MOBILE HOME USE, A 4-WIRE
POWER CORD MUST BE USED. This appliance is
with ground connected to frame. This
must be revised so green ground wire of 4-wire
power cord is connected
If using a 4-wire NEMA type 14-50R receptacle
(shown above) you must use a matching 4-wire UL
power cord. Cord should be type SRD
or SRDT, at least 4 feet long with all conductors
ending in ring terminals
at the appliance.
SIZE. . .
(4-WIRE COPPER POWER CORD)
For 40 ampere circuits: two No. 8 conductors,
No. 10 white neutral, and one No. 8 green ground.
For 50 ampere circuits: two No. 6 conductors,
No. 8 neutral and one No. 6 green ground.
Power Cord Requirements
power supply cord kit rated at 240 volts, 50 amperes
for use with ranges shall be used.