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Electrical Connection - KitchenAid 3187359 Installation Instructions

Electric built-in 30” thermal convection double oven
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This appliance should be connected
directly to the fused disconnect
(or
circuit breaker box) through flexible, arrn&d
or
non-metallic
sheathed, copper cable (with
grounding wire). The flexible armored cable
from the appliance should be connected directly
to the junction box.
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Locate the junction box to allow as
much slack in the cable as possible
between the junction box and the appliance so
that the oven can be moved if servicing is ever
necessary.
Do Not cut the conduit.
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A U.L.-listed conduit connector
must
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be provided at the junction box.
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A wiring diagram is included in the
Tech Sheet. The Tech Sheet is
located behind the air grille.
Electrical
connection
Electrical Shock Hazard
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Electrical ground is required on this
appliance.
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Do Not connect to the electrical supply
until appliance is permanently
grounded.
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Disconnect power to the junction box
before making the electrical
connection.
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This appliance must be connected to a
grounded, metallic, permanent wiring
system, or a grounding connector
should be connected to the grounding
terminal or wire lead on the appliance.
Failure to do so could result in a fire,
personal injury or electrical shock.
This appliance is manufactured
with white
(neutral) power supply wire and a cabinet-
connected green grounding wire twisted
together.
Connect the appliance cable to the junction box
through the U.L.-listed conduit connector.
Complete electrical connection
according to
local codes and ordinances.
A. Where local codes permit...
connecting the cabinet-grounding
conductor
to the neutral (white) junction
box wire:
Cable from
power supply
green wire
Figure 1
Cable
from oven
connector
Grounded Neutral
1. Disconnect the power supply.
2. Remove the terminal block cover.
3. Connect together 3 wires: green and white
appliance cable wires and the neutral (white)
wire in junction box.
4. Connect the two black wires together; then
the two red wires together. See Figure 1.
6. Where local codes Do Not
permit...
connecting the cabinet-grounding
conductor
to the neutral (white) junction box wire:
Cable from
Figure 2
from oven
connector
Ungrounded Neutral
1. Disconnect power supply.
2. Separate the green and white appliance cable
wires.
3. Connect the white appliance cable wire to the
neutral (white) wire in the junction box.
4. Connect the two black wires together; then
the two red wires together. See Figure 2.
5. Connect the green or bare grounding wire
from the appliance cable to a grounded wire
in the junction box.
C. If connecting to a four-
wire electrical system...
Do Not connect the cabinet-grounding
conductor to the neutral (white) junction
box wire.
Cable from
conduit
Figure 3
connector
1. Disconnect the power supply.
2. Separate the green (or bare) and white
appliance cable wires.
3. Connect the white appliance cable wire to the
neutral (white) wire in the junction box.
4. Connect the two black wires together; then
the two red wires together. See Figure 3.
5. Connect the green appliance cable wire to the
green grounding wire in the junction box.
Now start...
With oven in kitchen.
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Remove shipping materials, tape, and
. protective film from oven.
Do Not
remove shipping base at this time.
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Remove the racks and other parts
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from inside both ovens.
Personal Injury/Property
Damage Hazard
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Use both hands to remove oven doors.
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Grasp only the sides of oven doors.
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Do Not use handle or any portion of the
trim for lifting.
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Because of the weight and size of the
oven, two or more people are needed to
move and safely install the oven.
Failure to properly grasp the oven doors
or to lift ovens properly could result in
damage to the product or personal injury.
Insert a nail (or equivalent,
5/32" diameter
item) into the hole in each of the hinges. Close
the door as far as possible. Lift the oven door
off of the hinges. Set aside.
Property Damage
Before moving oven across floor, check
that oven is on shipping base or slide oven
onto cardboard or hardboard.
Failure to follow these instructions
may
result in damage to floor covering.
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Turn power supply off. Move oven close
a to final position. Remove and discard
shipping base. Feed appliance cable through the
opening in cabinet. Make electrical connection.
See "Electrical requirements"
and "Electrical
connection"
sections, Panels A and 6.
Product Damage
Carefully push against the seal area of the
oven front frame when pushing the oven
into the cabinet.
Do Not push against outside edges.
Failure to follow these instructions
can
result in damage to oven finish.
Remove and discard shipping base. Lift oven up
into cabinet cutout using the oven opening as
an area to grip.
Push against seal area of front frame to push
oven into cabinet.
Panel B

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