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Tools Needed For Installation; Electrical Requirements - KitchenAid 3147388 Installation Instructions Manual

30” electric glass ceramic drop-h range with self-cleaning oven
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Important:
Observe all governing
I
codes and ordinances.
Grounded electrlcal
oullet
IS required
See Eleclr~cal
requlremenls.
A==J==jL
Countertop
preparation:
You may need lo shave or cul Ihe Irim of
formed or melal Iront-edged counlerlops lo
clear Ihe 30" wldlh of cooklop
Front view of
cablnel cutout
Side view of
cabinet culout
Top view of
cabinet cutout
Before
you
start...
Read the Electrycal and Carpentry
instructions.
Proper wlallallon
IS your respons~b~llly A
quaIllied lechnlclan should install Ihis range
Make sure you have everythIng necessary lor
correcl lnslallallon
It IS Ihe cus1omers
responslbillly lo make sure lhal lhe counlerlop
has been properly prepared, and lo conlacl a
quaIllIed eleclr~cal lnslaller lo assure that Ihe
eleclrlcal lnslallalion IS correcl
Personal Injury Hazard
Cabinet storage above the cooking SUrfaCe
should be avoided.
If cabinets are alreadv
inslalled, reducethe
hazard of reaching
over a heated cooking surface by
lnslalling a range hood.
The range hood should extend a minlmum
of 5 Inches oul from Ihe bottom front of
the cabinets.
Reaching over a heated cooking surface
could result in a serious burn.
Eleclrical Shock Hazard
It is Ihe customer's
responsibility:
. To contacl a qualified electrical Inslaller.
. To assure lhat Ihe electrical installation
is adequate and in conformance
with
National Eleclrical Code, ANSllNFPA
70. lalesl edition',
and all local codes
and ordinances.
Failure 10 do so could result in fire,
electrical shock or olher personal injury.
lobile home installation
The lnslallatlon of this range must conform lo the
Manufactured Home Consiruct~on and Safely
Slandards Title 24 CFR. Pari 3280 fformerlv lhe
Federal Slandard for Moblle Home donslrucl~on
and Safely. Title 24 HUD Part 280) or when such
standard 1s not applicable. Ihe Slandard for
Manufactured Home Slies Communfhes and
Selups). ANSI A225 l-1 987. or latest edllion or
wllh local codes
When IhIs range 1s wxlalled in a moblIe home, II
musl be secured lo Ihe floor during trawl
Any
method of securlng Ihe range 1s adequale as long
as I! conforms lo lhe standards lIsted above
Fourwwe power supply cable musl be used in a
mobile horn? ~nstallal~on The appliance wlnng wll
need lo be revwd
See Electrical requlremenls
Figure 3, Panel R
Copes of ihe standards Ifsted may be
oblalned from
* National Fire Protectton
Association
Batterymarch
Park
Quincy, Massachusetts
02269
Tools needed for
installation:
Electrical
requirements
Electrical Shock Hazard
* Electrical ground is required on this
appliance.
. If cold water pipe is interrupted
by
plastic, non-metallic
gaskets, or other
insulating
materials,
Do Not use for
grounding.
* Do Not ground to a gas pipe.
* Do Not have a fuse in the neutral or
grounding
circuit. A fuse in the neutral
or grounding
circuit could result in
electrical shock.
-Check with a qualified electrician
if you
are in doubt as to whether the appliance
is properly grounded
Failure to follow these instructions
could
result in serious injury or death.
If codes permit and a separate grounding wire
is used, it is recommended
that a qualified
electrician
determine that the grounding
path
is adequate.
IMPORTANT:
Save Installation
Instructions
for the local
eleclrical
inspector's
use.
(A
A three-wire or a four-we
s;ngle
' phase, 1201240 voll 60 Hz AC only
eleclrical supply (or three-wire or four-we
120'
208 voli I( specified on serial plaie) IS required on
a separaie c~rcul. fused on bolh sides of Ihe I~ne
Do Not fuse the neutral A Ilme-delay fuse or
c~rcu~l breaker IS recommended
The fuse we
rnusl no! exceed Ihe clrcull rating of Ihe appliance
speclfled on the serlaliratlng plale which IS
localed on frame behind oven door
THE RANGE MUST BE
CONNECTED WITH COPPER
1c
Wire sues and connrcl~ons musl
' conform lo Ihe requirements 01 the
Nallonol Eleclr~cal Code, ANSlsNFPA 70-lalesl
edition' and all local codes and ordinancrs for 111~
kilowar\ rating of Ihe range
ID
This appliance should be connected lo
'
the (used-disconned
(or clrcu~l breakp;\
box through flexible. armored or nonmelalllc
sheathed. copper cable (with grounding wire\
The flexible armored cable extending from Ihe
appliance should be connected directly to tIw
~uncl~on box
El
'
Locale Ihe juncl~on box to allow as
much slack as possible between Ihe
pnchon box and Ihe appliance so Ihat the rangp
can be moved if sewlclng IS ever necessav
Do
no, CL,, conduit
A U L -Iisled condull conneclor must
be provldrd al the ~uncl~on box
The wiring diagram IS located III Ill?
Tech Sheet The Tech Sheet IS
localnd
hctvnd
ll?e lower
air
grille
Panel A

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