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Tools Needed For Installation; Parts Supplied For Installation; Recommended Grounding Method - KitchenAid Washer Installation Instructions

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Before you start...
Check location where washer will
be installed. ProDer installation is
your responsiblll$.
Make sure
you have everyihlng necessary
for correct Installation.
Unlape and open washer lid. Remove
HOI and cold waler faucets:
Must be
packages and hoses from washer.
within 4 feet of the back of the washer
and provide water Pressure 5-100 PSI.
Laundry tub dreln system:
Needs a
9n.n*llnn 1=1ln,+ tub. Top 01 tub must
hes high and no
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II
II
IIIUII -, ,,,_,, , L .,,ches from bottom of
Grounded electrlcal outlet is '
/'
required. See Eleclrical
requirements.
Standplpe dralnaystem:
Needs
a two-inch minimum diameler
standpipe with mlnimum-
carry-away
capacitv of
c
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//
II II
w&her.
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1 i gall&s per
minute. Topof
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StandDiDe mUSt
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285442) are avallable from
authorlzed parts distributors
If a longer drain hose Is n!?eded,
drain hose (Pat-l No. 388423) and
hose extenslon kit (Part No.
72 inches lrom
bonom of
washer.
Floor drain
/
Important:
codes and
Observe all governlng
ordinances.
Product Damage
Level floor: Maximum slope
under m
washer 1 inch.
Do Not store or operale
washer below 32°F (some
water may remain In
washer).
SEE
RECESSED
A&!
INSTRUCTIONS
ON
BACK COVER.
Support:
Entire floor must be sturdy enough to
support washer weight 315 pounds.
Tools needed for
installation:
Parts supplied for
installation:
Remove parts lrom packages. Check that
111 parts were included.
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3ectrical
Oequirements
Eleclrlcel Shock Hazard
- Electrlcal ground Is required on
this appliance.
* If cold water plpe Is Interrupted
by
plastic, non-melalllc
gaskets or
other lnsulatlng malerlals,
Do Not
use for groundlng.
* Do Not ground to a gas plpe.
- Do No1 modify Ihe power supply
cord plug. If It does not Ilt the
outlet, have a proper outlel
lnslelled bye quaillIed electrlclan.
- Do Not have a fuse In the neulral
or grounding
clrcult.
A fuse In Ihe
neulral or grounding
clrcult could
result In an electrlcal shock.
- Do Not use an extenslon
cord wlth
lhls appliance.
- Check wlth a qualllled eleclrlclan
If you are In doubt as to whether
the eppllance IS properly
grounded.
Failure to follow these lnstructlons
could result In serious InJury or
death.
codes permit and a separate
,oundlng wire is used, II Is
commended
that a quallfled
eclrlclan determlne lhat the
oundlng path Is adequate.
!O-Volt. 60-H& AC-only. 15. or 20-
npere fused electrical supply is
quired. (Time-delay fuse or circuit
eaker is recommended.)
It is
commended that a separate circuif
Wing Only lhis appliance be provided.
Recommended
grounding method
For your personal salety, thls appliance
must be grounded. Thls appliance is
equlpped with a power supply cord
havlng a 3-prong grounding plug. To
mlnlmize possible shock hazard. the cord
must be plugged Into a matlng 3.prong
grounding-type wall receptacle, grounded
in accordance with Natlonal Electrical
Code, ANSI/NFPA 70.latest editlon and
all local codes and ordinances. See
Figure 1. II a mating wall receptacle is
not avallable, it is the personal
responsibility and obligation of Ihe
customer to have a properly grounded 3-
prong wall receplacle Installed by a
qualified electrician.
Figure 1
Panel A

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