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Electrical
>. Venting
requirements
Use 3-114" X lo'or 6" duct Thelolal length of
the duct syslem including straight duct, elbows,
Iransilions, wall or roof caps must not exceed
Ihe equivalenl of 140 feel 013114" x 10
reclargularof 6" diameter round duel.
For best performance, use no more lhan three
90" ebnvs.
To calculate the length of system
you need, add the equivalent feel lor each duct
piece used in Ihe system. See the lollowing
exarnpta:
3-M"
x lo"
duct system
requirements
Electrical ground Is required on lhls
appliance.
Ductwork needed tor lnstallatlon
Is not
Included. Wall and root caps used must
have backdratt
damper.
Electrkal Shock Hazard
- Check with a qualllled electrlclan I1
yw are In doubt as to whether the
appliance Is properly grounded.
Improper connection of the
equlpmenl-groundlng
conductor
can result In electrical shock.
- Thls appliance must be properly
grounded.
Failure lo do so may result In
eleclrkal shock or other
personal Injury.
- Do Not use an exlenslon cord with
lhls aoollance.
Such use mav
re&I'n
a
flre, electrical shock or
other personal Injury.
- Do Not have
a fuse
In the
neutral or groundlng clrcull.
Thls could result In eleclrkal
shock or other personal Injury.
Flte Hazard
Venting system must temrlnale lo the
oulslde. Do Not lerrnlnate the ductwork In
an attlc or other enclosed space. Do Not
use 4" laundry-type wall caps. To do
any
of
the
above may rewll
In a fire.
6"iO 3-1/4"x1Owmiiion
l -QOWXW
=25n
1 . wall cap
=4Ofl.
8teestraQhl
=an
Lenglh 01 3-1/4,X l(rsyslem=73 It
Delemrine which venting melhod (rool-venting.
wall-venlim or ventless) vou need lo use. This
microwave-oven is equipped lor tool- or wall-
venting inslalbtion. Some models can not be
installed using the venlless (rackcuhling)
method
The length 01 the ductwork and number 01 ebows
should be kept lo a rrWr!um lo provide etlicienl
periomwvce.
The size of ductwork should be
uniform. Do Not inslall two elbows logelher. Use
dud tape lo seal all joints in Ihe duct syslem.
Ductwork can tetinale
eilher lhrouah the wall or
roof. Use caulking lo seal edenor &I or roof
opening around cap. Figures 2 - 5 show cornnon
venlmg melhods and lypes of malerials needed.
6" duct system
9o"dbowm
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-4;
wall up
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Note: II Ihe rear exhaust method is chosen, be
sure that there is proper clearance within Ihe wall
lor the exhaust duct.
A 120~voll, 60.Hz. AC onty. 15 or 20.ampere,
fused electrical supply (localed in the upper
cabinel as close as possible lo the ticrowave
oven) is required. (Timedelay fuse ordrcurt
breaker is recommended)
II is recommended
that a separale ckcuil sewng only this appliance
be provided.
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I I
1 ~transiiizl
=5n
2'%%YJwS
=2on
I-Wallcap
=4Ot
8faelelMghl
=i3n
Length ol6"syslem
=73n
Recommended
groundlng
method
Co Not, under any circumstances,
remove
the power supply cord gmundlng prong.
For your personal salely, lhis appliance musl
be grounded. Thus apptance is equipped wilh a
power supply cord having a 3prong~groundng
Dkl.
To minimize wssible shock hazard. the cord
inil
b2 plugged into a mating 3-pro~grOun&g
type wall receplacle, grounded in accordance wilh
Ihe National Electrical Code, ANSVNFPA 70-lalesi
edtiin, and local codes and ordnances. (See
Figxe 1.) If a mating wall receptacle is nol
available, it is Ihe personal responsrbilily and
obligalion of the cuslomer lo have a properly
grounded, 3-prong wall receptacle inslalled by a
qualified eleckician.
Recommended
standard fittings
Roof venting
Wall venting
Figure 2
r
3.14" x 10"
2.114" x 10" rod
to 6" i s n.
Up.24".
3-c;
f g?'
roof up
37
11N" I lo" d"cl
A--l--l
a@-
3-l/4'
X10"
3.1/4" x lo"
wall up i
45' elbow i R., db.aW =
40 Il.
5 Il.
lOIt.
&
900 how
=lOH.
ew.xgtl
Ihe tsar
Flgure 3
If Ihe existing duct is round, a rectangular-to-round
adapler nusi be used at-d a rectangular 3
extension duct between Ihe damper assembly and
the adapter must be inslalled to prevenl sticking of
Ihe exhaust damper.
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m t
&l/4' lhmugh tha -11
Flgure 4
Ver
P=
ting
3atation
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J-F-w&@hl
~~m-Ploc*
Electrkal Shock Hazard
- Co not pull or stretch blower wlrlng.
Pulling and etrelchlng blower wire
could result In etectrkal shock.
- Reinsert wins In clips before
rdnstalllng
blower untt Into mlcrowave
oven. Fallum lo do so could result In
electrical shock.
91,4- b round
duct hn.l"on
SlN"
I lo" u) mund
d-
bmshbn
Flpe I
Flgure 5

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