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KitchenAid 9750520 REV A Installation Instructions page 3

30" electric freestanding range
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3-wire electrical connection
See Panel C for 4-wire electrical connection.
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IF CONNECTING
TO A 4-WIRE
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ELECTRICAL
SYSTEM: This aooliance
is manufactured
with ground connected ii
cabinet. The ground
must be revised so the
green grounding wire of the 4-wire power cord is
connected to the cabinet. See 4-wire electrical
connection section, Panel C.
When a 4-wire receptacle of NEMA type 14-50R
is used (See Figure 2), a matching U.L.-listed, 4-
wire, 250-volt, 40-ampere, range power supply
cord (pigtail) must be used. This cord contains
four copper conductors with ring terminals on the
appliance end, terminating in a NEMA Type 14-
50P plug on the supply end. The fourth
(grounding) conductor must be identified by a
green or green/yellow
cover and the neutral
conductor by a white cover. Cord should be Type
SRD or SRDT with a U.L.-listed strain relief and
be at least four feet long.
The MINIMUM conductor sizes for the copper 4-
wire power cord are:
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40 ampere circuit
2, No.-8 conductors
1, No.-1 0 white neutral
1, No.-8 green grounding
Conduit
connector
Knock-out
opening
for 40.amDere
Dower
%
opening
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. To mount anti-tip
bracket to wood
or metal wall stud: Find the wall stud
that is closest to the center of the range location.
(Note: Wall stud should Not be more than 12
inches to the right or left of center of range
location.) Measure and mark at the center of the
wail stud a distance of 44 inches up from the
floor.
To mount anti-tip
bracket to concrete
or
concrete
block wall: Measure and mark on the
rear wall at the center of the range location a
distance 44 inches up from the floor. (Note: Anti-
tip bracket can Not be installed more than 12
inches to the right or left of center of range
location.)
U.L. listed
conduit
connector
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If appliance
is to be connected
directly
to
fused disconnect
or circuit
breaker b&x:
Assemble a U.L.-listed conduit connector in the
conduit connector opening provided. Insert the
power supply cable through the conduit connector,
allowing enough slack to easily attach the wiring to
the terminal block.
If a U.L.-listed,
40.ampere
range power supply
cord (pigtail)
is used: Remove the knockout for
the 40.ampere power supply cord.
Assemble a U.L.-listed strain relief in the hole.
Insert the power supply cord through the strain
relief, allowing enough slack to easily attach the
wiring to the terminal block.
Do not loosen the factory installed nuts already
installed on the terminal block.
Use only ring-type
terminals
to connect
the
power supply.
To secure the power supply
cord, use the 3/8" brass nuts taped to cabinet
below the terminal
block.
Be sure the wiring
nuts are installed
tight.
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The wiring diagram is also located on
the back of the range.
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Shock Hazard
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Take special care when drilling
holes into
the wall. Electrical
wires may be
concealed
behind the wall covering.
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Locate the electrical
circuits
that could be
affected by the installation
of this bracket
and turn off the power to these circuits.
Failure to follow these instructions
may
result in electrical
shock or other
personal
injury.
3-wire wall
4-wlre wall
receplacle
receptacle
(lo-50R)
(14~50R)
Figure
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Figure
2
Now start...
With range in kitchen.
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Contact a qualified
installer
for the best
procedure
to drill mounting
holes through
the type of wall covering
(i.e. ceramic tile)
and into wall stud, concrete
or concrete
block wall.
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Before moving
range across floor, check
that range is on shipping
base or slide
range onto cardboard
or hardboard.
Failure to follow these instructions
may
result in damage to wall or floor covering.
Remove racks and other parts
from inside oven.
Take 4 cardboard corners from the
carton. Stack one cardboard corner on
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top of another. Repeat with other two corners.
Place corners lengthwise on the floor in back of
range.
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. Line up
the "TOP"
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This appliance
is manufactured
with the
neutral terminal
connected
to the cabinet.
If
local codes Do Not permit grounding
through
the neutral, a four-wire
power supply
cord
rated 250.volts,
40.amperes
and investigated
for use with ranges must be used. See 4-wire
electrical
connection,
Panel C.
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, Connect the neutral (white) wore to the
silver-colored
terminal screw on the
terminal block. Connect the other two wires to the
outer terminal screws on the terminal block. Use
ring-type terminals only. Connect with the brass nuts
attached to the range. Do Not loosen factory-
installed nuts already on the terminal. Check that
nuts are tight to insure proper electrical connection.
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Tighten the strain relief clamping
screws or the locking ring and clamping
screws of the conduit connector. Replace terminal
block cover.
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Firmly grasp the range and gently lay it
on its back on the cardboard corners.
mounting hole on
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anti-tip bracket with
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mark on wall. Use a
pencil to mark the
location of the top
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and bottom mounting holes. Remove bracket. if
wail covering
is ceramic tile, drill a 3/l 6-inch
hole through tile only. Then proceed as follows:
For wood or metal wail studs:
Drill l/8" holes at each mounting hole location
through wall and into stud.
For concrete
or concrete
block wall:
Drill 3/l 6" holes (l -3/4-inch minimum deep) at
each mounting hole location. Tap plastic anchors
into mounting holes with hammer.
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Pull cardboard shipping base firmly
to remove.
Use adiustable wrench
to loo&
leveling legs four complete turns.
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Place cardboard or hardboard in front
of range. Stand range back up.
on bracket with
holes on wall,
making sure that
the "TOP"
mounting hole on '
,
bracket is lined up
with top hole in wall. Securely fasten bracket to
wall using screws provided.
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Remove the shipping materials including
tape and protective film from range.
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fermlnal
nuts
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To prevent tipping,
install range anti-tip
bracket.
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Anti-tip
bracket must be attached
to a
wood or metal wail stud, or concrete
or
concrete
block wall.
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Do Not attach anti-tip
bracket to a cabinet.
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Save these Installation
Instructions.
If
range is moved to a new location,
the
anti-tip
bracket must be removed
and
reinstalled
in the new location.
Plug range power supply cord into
arounded outlet. Carefully slide ranae
into position until range is approximately
2 incGes
from rear wall. Remove shipping base, cardboard
or hardboard from under the range.
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Remove the terminal block cover located
on the back of range.
Panel B

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