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Tools And Materials Needed For Installation; Electrical Requirements; Recommended Grounding Method; Parts Supplied For Undercounter Installation - KitchenAid compactor Installation Instructions Manual

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Tools and
materials
needed for
instaIIatSon:
Parts supplied
for undercounter
instaIIat3on:
1 LH retaining
bracket
1 RH retaining
bracket
2 retaining
bracket
screws
#8 x 5/16
2 mounting
clips
2 mounting
screws
#8 - 18 x 112
All parts are in literature
package
in drawer,
Electrical
reauirements
Impo~?an+: Observe
all
governing
codes and
ordinances.
Electrical
Shock Hazard
l
Electrical
ground
is required
on this appliance.
l
If cold water pipe is
interrupted
by plastic,
non-
metallic
gaskets
or other
insulating
materials,
Do Not
use for grounding.
l
Do Not ground
to a gas
pipe.
l
Do Not modify
the power
supply cord plug.
If it does
not fit the outlet, have a
proper outlet installed
by a
qualified
electrician.
l
Do Not have a fuse in the
neutral
or grounding
circuit.
A fuse in the neutral
or
grounding
circuit
could
result in an electrical
shock.
l
Do Not use an extension
cord with this appliance.
l
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.
A 120-volt, 60-Hz, AC-only,
1.5 or
20-ampere,
fused electrical
supply
is required.
Time-delay
fuse or
circuit breaker
is recommended.
It is recommended
that a
separate
circuit serving only this
appliance
be provided
Recommended
groundfng
method
Do Not, under any
circumstances,
remove
the
power supply cord grounding
prong.
For your personal
safety, this
appliance
must be grounded.
This appliance
is equipped
with
a power supply cord having
a
3-prong
grounding
plug. To
minimize
possible shock hazard,
the cord must be plugged
into
a mating,
3-prong,
grounding-
type, wall receptacle,
grounded
in accordance
with
the National
Electrical
Code
ANSI/NFPA 70-latest edition
and
all local codes and ordinances.
If a mating
wall receptacle
is
not available,
it is the personal
responsibility
and obligation
of
the customer
to have a
properly
grounded,
3-prong,
wall receptacle
installed
by a
qualified
electrician.
(See
Figure 1 ,I
J-prong
grounding-+ype
wall receptacle
. . ..-. . . . .
. .,
'.. power
supply cord
Figure
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