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Electrical Requirements; Electrical Connection - KitchenAid 4367501 Installation Instructions

30” electric built-in/built-under flush oven
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Electrical
requirements
Eleclrlcal
Shock
Hazard
* Eleclrical
ground
Is required
on lhls
appliance.
- If cold waler
pipe is inlerrupled
by
plastic,
non-metallic
gaskets
or other
insulating
malerlals,
Do Not use for
grounding.
- Do No1 ground
lo a gas pipe.
- Do Nol have a fuse in the newel
or
grounding
circuit.
A fuse in the neulral
or grounding
circuit
could
result
in an
electrical
shock.
- Do Not use en extension
cord with
lhis
appliance.
-Check
with
a qualified
electrician
if you
are in doubt
as to whether
the appliance
is properly
grounded.
Failure
lo lollow
lhese
Instructions
could
resull
in serious
iniutv
or dealh.
I
II codes
permit
end e separate
grounding
wire is used.
II is recommended
that a
qualilied
eleclrlcian
determine
that the
grounding
path Is adequate.
IMPORTANT:
Save lnslallelion
Inslruclions
lor the local
electrical
Inspector's
use.
El
Thts appltance
must
be connected
lo
'
the proper eleclncat
vollage
and
frequency
spectfted
on Ihe senatJraltnq
plate
The serrallralrng
plale rs located
on the frame
behrnd the oven door
The branch
circuit
load lor a counler-mounted
coaklop
and nol more than two wall-mounted
ovens,
all supplred
from a srngle branch
crrcurt
and localed
rn Ihe same room. shall be
compuled
by addtng lhe nameplale
ratmgs of
the rndrvrdual
appliances
and lrealtng
lhrs tolal
as equivalent
lo one range
A three-wrre
or four-we.
srngle phase,
1201240-voll.
60-t+
AC-onlv
eleclrrcat
suoolr
(or three-wee
or lourwre,
120/205-volt
II
'
specrfred
on the nameplate)
IS requrred
on a
separate
30.ampere
crrcu~t. fused on both srdes
01 the lkne A trme-delay
fuse or crrcutt breaker
1s recommended
NOTE
Wthng musl be modrfred
lor 205.volt
usage
See "Connectrng
to 205volt
crrcurt."
Panel B
OVEN
MUST
BE CONNECTED
WITH COPPER
WIRE ONLY.
ICI
II IS the personal
responsrbrlrty
and
' obtrgatron
01 Ihe customer
lo contact
a qualrhed
electricran
lo assure
that the
electrical
installation
IS adequate
and tn
conformance
wrlh the Natronal
Electrrcal
Code,
ANSIINFPA
70.lalest
edrtron.'
and all local
codes and ordmances
for the krtowan
ratrng of
the oven
Copres 01 the standards
lksted may be
oblarned
lrom
'National
Fire Protection
Associslion
Ballerymarch
Park
Quincy,
Massachusells
02269
Thrs applrance
should
be connected
drrectly
to the lused drsconnect
or crrcult
breaker
box through
Ilexrble.
armored
or non-
metallfc
sheathed,
copper
cable (wrth groundrng
wire)
Allow two to three leet of slack rn the lkne
so that Ihe oven can be moved
II servtcrng
IS
ever necessary
Do Nol cut lhe conduil.
A U L -Isled
condurl
connector
rt?usl be
prowded
at each end ot the power supply
cable
(al the applrance
and at the ]unclron
box)
Wires
s~zes (COPPER
WIRE ONLY)
and connectrons
must conlorm
wrth Ihe ralrng of Ihe appliance
Connecting
lo 208~volt
circuit
1 Remove
access panel located
on back ot
OW"
2. Loosen
Ihe f,rst and second
screws
I" the
terminal
block
3. Place metal jumper
between
Ihe llrsl and
second screws
4. Trghten
screws
5. Replace
access panel
Electrical
connection
Tt 11s appliance
1s manufaclured
wrth whrte
(neulral)
power supply wrre and a caBlnet-
connected
green groundrng
we
twtsled
together
Connecl
Ihe appliance
cable to the ~unclron box
through
Ihe U L -16184 condull
COnneClOr
Complete
electrical
connection
according
to local
codes and ordrnances
Electrical
Shock
Hazard
. Electrical
ground
is required
on this
appliance.
-Do
No1 connect
lo the electrical
supply
until
appliance
is permanently
grounded.
. Disconnect
power
lo the junclion
box
before
making
the eleclricsl
connection.
-This
appliance
must
be connecled
lo a
grounded,
metallic,
permanent
wiring
system.
or a grounding
connector
should
be connected
lo the grounding
terminal
or wire lead on the appliance.
Failure
lo do so could
result
in a ftre.
personal
injury
or eleclrical
shock
A. Where local codes permit...
connecting
the cabinel-grounding
conductor
to the neulral
(white)
junction
box wire:
Grounded
Neulral
1. Drsconnecl
the power
supply.
2. Connecl
together
3 w,res
green and while
appliance
cable w,res and the neutra'
white ic~re
I" Ile ,uncmn
box
3. Connect
Ihe two black wres
together
then
connect
the two red w,res logelher
See Figure
1
B. Where local codes Do Not
permit...
connecting
the cabinel-grounding
conduclor
lo the neutral
(while)
junclton
box wire:
Ungrounded
Neutral
1. Disconnect
power
supply.
2. Separate
Ihe green and whrte appliance
cable wires
3. Connect
the whrte applrance
cable ware to the
neutral
twhrlel
wre I" Ihe ,unctron
box.
4. Connect
the two black wares together.
then
connect
Ihe two red wares loaether
See Fraure 2
5. Connect
the green or bare groundrng
we
from the applrance
cable to a grounded
we
m
the )unctron
box
C. If connecting
to a four-
wire electrical
system...
Do Nol connect
the cabinel-grounding
conduclor
lo the neulral
(while)
junction
box wire.
green
wtres
Figure
3
_.
__._
1. Disconnect
power
supply.
2. Separate
the green and whrte appliance
cable wires
3. Connect
Ihe white appl~aw
cable wre to the
neutral
(white)
we
in Ihe junctron
box
4. Connecl
the two black wrres lagether
lhen
connect
the two red wes
logelher
See Figure
3
5. Connecl
the green or bare groundrng
we
from the appliance
cable to the grounding
we
!n
the lunct!on
box
Panel B

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