Z_O Edwards Street, SE
BUILT-IN SINGLE CAVITY WALL OVEN
SAVE FOR LOCAL ELECTRICAL
The neutral of this unit is grounded to the frame through the _en
grounding wire, (The green and the white
wire are twisted together at the termination of the conduit).
If local conditions doe not permit _ounding
neutral, untwist the green wire and connect the green wire to ground in accordance with local codes. Connect
the white neutral to the service neutral.
You must provide an adequate electrical supply outlet as required for your oven.
Check with local utility for
governing electrical codes and ordinances.
In the absence of lncal electrical codes, the National Electric Code,
NFPA No. 70, governing electric range installations must be followed.
A copy of the National Electrical
Code, NFPA No. 70, can be obtained by writing to:
National Fire Protection Association
Quincy, MA 02269
single phase, AC 120/240 volt or 120/208 volt, 60 Hz electrical system (properly fused to meet
NFPA No.70) must be provided.
The oven circuit should be fused with a 30 ampere fuse if it is the only unit
on the circuit.
Size No. 10 wire (minimum) may be used if the oven is the only appliance on the circuit.
smaller sizes of wire are used, the unit efficiency will be reduced and a fire hazard may be created.
It is advisable that the electrical wiring and hookup be accomplished
by a competent electrician.
Make electrical connections with a 120/240 volts or I20/208 volt, 60 Hz, single-phase, AC three-wire electri-
All wire connections must be in accordance with local codes and properly i_ulated.
Be sure to
check local codes for wire size and installation requirements.
Unit must be properly grounded in accordance
with local wiring code.
Interrupt the source of elect_city to the unit be disconnecting
the fuse or eircu# breaker when attempting to
repair or service the oven.
Failure to do this could result in a dangerous or even fatal shock.
120/240 Volts AC
120/208 Volts AC
21. I Amps