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30" built-in ceramic cooktop
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Electrical
requirements
IMPORTANT:
Save Installation
Instructions
for
electrical
inspector's
use.
Eleclrlcal Shock Hazard
- Eleclrlcal ground Is requlred on Ihls
appliance.
- Improper connectlon
of the
equlpmenl-grounding
conductor
can
result In electrlcal shock.
. Check wlth a qualliled eleClrlClan It you
are In doubt as 10 whether the appliance
Is properly grounded.
- Do NoL use an exlenslon cord with this
appliance. Such us4 may result In a flre,
eleclrlcal shock or other personal Injury.
- Do Not have a fuse In Ihe neutral or
oroundlna clrcult.
A tuse In the neutral
& grounilng
clrcutl could result In
electrlcal shock.
Failure to follow these lnslructlons
could
result In an eleclrlcal shock or other
personal Injury.
IAl .
A Ihree-wire, single phase, 240.volt. 60.Hz, AC
only electrical supply is required on a separate,
40.ampere circuit, lused on both sides of Ihe line.
(A time-delay luse or circuit breaker is
recommended.)The fuse size must not exceed
Ihe circuit rating of Ihe appliance speulied on the
serial/raling plale localed on Ihe bottom 01 the
cooklop.
It is Ihe personal responsibility and obligalion of
Ihe customer lo conlact a qualilied electrician to
assure lhal rhe electrical installalion is adequate
and in conformance wilh National Eleclrical
Code, ANSVNFPA 70.lalesl edition'. and all local
codes and ordinances.
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THE COOKTOP MUST BE CONNECTED WITH
COPPER WIRE ONLY.
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Wire sizes and conneclions must conlorm lo the
reauiremenls 01 Ihe Nalional Electrical Code.
AN'SI/NFPA 70 - latest edition', and all local
codes and ordinances.
Copies 01 the standards listed may be
obtained lrom:
* Natlonal Flre Protecllon
Assoclatlon
Batterymarch
Park
Qulncy, Massachuselts
02269
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The appliance should be connected directly lo
the fused disconnect (or circuit breaker) throuah
Ilexible. armored or n&-metallic
sheatied.
-
copper cable. The ilexible, armored cable
extending Irom the appliance should be
connecled directly to Ihe junction box. Allow
two or three leet of slack in the line so that the
appliance can be moved if servicing is ever
necessary.
A U.L.-listed conduit connector must be provided
al each end 01 the power supply cable (at the
appliance and at the junction box). Wire sizes
(COPPER WIRE ONLY) and conneclions musl
conform with the rating 01 the appliance (40
amperes).
Electrical
connection
Where
local codes
Do Not permit
connecting
the frame-grounding
conductor
to the neutral
(white)
junction
box wire:
Electrlcal Shock Hazard
- ElectrIcal ground Is required on thls
appliance.
- This appliance musl be connecled lo
a
grounded, permanent wlrlng System or
a grounding connector
should be
connected lo the grounding
tennlnal or
wire lead on the appliance.
- Disconnect
power to the junction box.
- Do Not connect 10 the eleclrical SUPPIV
until appliance Is permanently
groinded.
1 shock, serious Injury, or death.
Failure to do so could resull In eleclrlcal
This appliance is manufaclured with a Irame-
connected, green or bare, grounding wire.
Connecl the appliance cable to Ihe junclion box
throuah Ihe U.L.-listed conduit connector.
Com$ele eleclrical connection accordmg lo local
codes and ordinances.
Where
local codes
permit
connecting
the frame-grounding
conductor
to the neutral
(white)
junction
box wire:
grounded
neutral
Figure 1
1. Dlsconnecl
the power supply.
2, Connecl the green (or bare) appliance cable
wire with Ihe neutral wire in the junction box.
3. Connect the two black wires together; then
connect the two red wires together.
(See Figure 1.)
Cable
ham cooklop
ungrounded
neutral
Figure 2
1, Disconnect
the power supply.
2. Connecl Ihe two black wires together; lhen
connect the two red wires logether.
(See Figure 2.)
3. Connect the green or bare grounding wire
lrom the appliance cable to a grounded wire in
the junclion box or to a grounded, copper, cold
waler pipe."
4. Do Not ground lo a gas supply plpe or hot
water pipe. Do Not connecl IO eleclrtcal SUPPIY
until appliance is permanently grounded
(See Figure 3 )
* 'Grounded. cold water pipe must have melal
continuity lo electrical ground and not be inlerrupled
by plaslic. rubber. or olher slecVical insulaling
conneclors such as hoses. lillmgs. washers or
gaskels (including waler meter or pump). Any
eleclrical insulating connector should be jumped as
shown with a length 01 No:4 copper wire securely
clamped 10 bare metal at bo!h ends.
Bumps on gmundlng
c,.mp mu., OD""Cl PIPS.
1
GRaJNDlNG CLAMP
MUST SE TIGHT
ON PIPE.
Figure 3
Panel 0

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