Bosch HBA43B4.0A Instruction manual

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION MANUAL for
Bosch Electric Built-in Single & Double Oven
Models HBL 73../74../75../76.. and Models HBN 74../75../76..
BEFORE YOU BEGIN, READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS COMPLETELY AND CAREFULLY
IMPORTANT: Save these instructions for the local electrical inspector’s use.
INSTALLER: Please leave this manual with owner for future reference.
OWNER: Please keep this manual for future reference.
VEUILLEZ LIRE ATTENTIVEMENT CE MANUEL AVANT DE COMMENCER L’INSTALLATION
IMPORTANT: Conservez ce manuel pour l’inspecteur électrique local.
INSTALLATEUR: Veuillez remettre ce manue! au proprietaire de l’appareil
pour référence.
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référence.
© 2002 BSH Home Appliances Corp.
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Table Of Contents
Introduction .............................................................................................................. 3
Tools You Will Need ........................................................................................... 3
Power Requirements ........................................................................................... 3
Choosing Oven Location .................................................................................... 3
Steps For Installation .......................................................................................... 3
Technical Data ..................................................................................................... 4 – 5
HBL Models: Single Oven, Double Oven .......................................................... 4
HBN Models: Single Oven, Double Oven ......................................................... 5
Undercounter Installation ........................................................................................ 6
Single Oven ........................................................................................................ 6
Wall Installation .................................................................................................. 7 – 8
Single Oven ........................................................................................................ 7
Double Oven ....................................................................................................... 8
Electrical Supply ............................................................................................... 9 – 10
Wiring Requirements .................................................................................. 9 – 10
Connecting To 208 Volt Circuit ........................................................................ 10
Electrical Connections ............................................................................................ 11
3-Wire Branch Circuit ...................................................................................... 11
4-Wire Branch Circuit ...................................................................................... 11
Final Checklist ........................................................................................................ 12
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INTRODUCTION
POWER REQUIREMENTS
Please read these instructions COMPLETELY
AND CAREFULLY. They will save you time and
effort and help to ensure optimum oven performance.
Be sure to observe all WARNINGS.
The oven must be supplied with the proper voltage and frequency. The oven is manufactured to be
connected to a three-wire or four-wire, single phase,
240 Volt, 60 Hz AC electrical supply on a separate
circuit fused on both sides of the line. If a 208 Volt
circuit must be used, see Connecting to 208 Volt
Circuit, in this manual. A circuit breaker or timedelay fuse sized not to exceed the circuit rating of
the appliance specified on the rating plate located
on the frame behind the door of the oven is recommended.
The oven must be supplied with copper wires
ONLY.
It is recommended that you have the electrical
wiring and hook-up of your oven performed by a
qualified electrician. After installation is complete
have the electrician show you where the main disconnect is and which of the circuit breakers/fuses
are for the oven.
These installation instructions are intended for
use by a qualified installer. In addition to these
instructions, the oven shall be installed:
• In the United States, in accordance with the National Electric Code/State and Municipal codes
and/or local codes.
• In Canada, in accordance with Canadian Electric
Code C22.1-latest edition/Provincial and Municipal codes and/or local codes.
These shall be carefully followed at all times.
Note: If installing your oven in Canada please
check to make sure that you have a model
with the UL Canadian listing mark, as
shown below:
CHOOSING OVEN LOCATION
The UL Canadian listing mark consists of the
circled UL symbol preceded by the letter “C,” as
shown. This should appear on the oven’s rating plate
along with the UL United States listing mark, which
is the circled UL symbol above but not preceded by
the letter “C.”
TOOLS YOU WILL NEED
The following tools are needed to install your
new oven:
• Tape measure and straightedge or ruler
• Pencil
• Phillips screwdriver
• Level
• Wire cutters and wire stripper
• 1-inch hole saw
Carefully select the location where the oven will
be placed. The oven should be located for convenient use in the kitchen, but away from strong drafts.
Strong drafts may be caused by open doors or windows, or by heating and/or air conditioning vents or
fans. Make sure that electrical power can be provided to the location selected.
STEPS FOR INSTALLATION
The following pages provide the necessary information for proper installation of the oven arranged
as follows:
• Technical Data
• Installation Cutout Dimensions, Required Clearances and Mounting instructions for:
> Undercounter Installation, Single Oven
> Wall Installation, Single Oven
> Wall Installation, Double Oven
• Electrical Supply and Wiring Requirements, Programming required if connecting to 208 Volt Circuit. Electrical Connections for 3-wire or 4-wire
Branch Circuit.
• Final Checklist
• Hand or saber saw
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TECHNICAL DATA for HBL 73../74../75../76..
SINGLE OVEN
For cutout dimensions see following section titled:
Preparing Location
Electrical Ratings
and Maximum Connected Load
Amperes
Watts
Volts Hertz @240V/208V @240V/208V
Single Oven
Models
HBL 732A UC
HBL 735A UC
HBL 736A UC
HBL 742A UC
HBL 745A UC
HBL 746A UC
240/208
240/208
240/208
240/208
240/208
240/208
60
60
60
60
60
60
15.4/17.2
15.4/17.2
15.4/17.2
15.8/17.6
15.8/17.6
15.8/17.6
Convection
Oven
3,600/3,500
3,600/3,500
3,600/3,500
3,650/3,550
3,650/3,550
3,650/3,550
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
22"
dep
29-
29-1/4
22"
idth
1/4" w
dep
h
th
th
DOUBLE OVEN
DOUBLE OVEN
For cutout dimensions see following section titled:
Preparing Location
Electrical Ratings
and Maximum Connected Load
Double Oven
Amperes
Watts
Models
Volts Hertz @240V/208V @240V/208V
HBL 752A UC
HBL 755A UC
HBL 756A UC
HBL 765A UC
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" widt
240/208
240/208
240/208
240/208
60
60
60
60
31.2/34.8
31.2/34.8
31.2/34.8
31.6/35.2
7,250/7,050
7,250/7,050
7,250/7,050
7,300/7,100
Convection
Oven
(top/bottom)
Yes/No
Yes/No
Yes/No
Yes/Yes
48" height
22-13/16"
23-1/4" height
SINGLE OVEN
TECHNICAL DATA for HBN 74../75../76..
SINGLE OVEN
For cutout dimensions see following section titled:
Preparing Location
Electrical Ratings
and Maximum Connected Load
Amperes
Watts
Volts Hertz @240V/208V @240V/208V
Single Oven
Models
HBN 742A UC
HBN 745A UC
HBN 746A UC
240/208
240/208
240/208
60
60
60
15.8/17.6
15.8/17.6
15.8/17.6
Convection
Oven
3,650/3,550
3,650/3,550
3,650/3,550
Yes
Yes
Yes
22"
dep
26-5/8
" widt
26-5/8
22"
dep
th
DOUBLE OVEN
DOUBLE OVEN
For cutout dimensions see following section titled:
Preparing Location
Electrical Ratings
and Maximum Connected Load
Double Oven
Amperes
Watts
Models
Volts Hertz @240V/208V @240V/208V
240/208
240/208
240/208
240/208
h
h
th
HBN 752A UC
HBN 755A UC
HBN 756A UC
HBN 765A UC
" widt
48" height
47-5/8"
22-13/16"
23-1/4" height
SINGLE OVEN
60
60
60
60
31.2/34.8
31.2/34.8
31.2/34.8
31.6/35.2
7,250/7,050
7,250/7,050
7,250/7,050
7,300/7,100
Convection
Oven
(top/bottom)
Yes/No
Yes/No
Yes/No
Yes/Yes
5
23" opening height
36" countertop height
7-1/2"
min.
UNDERCOUNTER INSTALLATION, SINGLE OVEN
Oven electrical supply: Locate junction box
in adjacent cabinet or below bottom
support surface.
HBL Models: 28" opening width
HBN Models: 25-3/8" opening width
Bottom support surface must be solid, level
and able to support at least 150 lbs.
1/4" min. distance between oven
door frame and adjacent doors or
drawer fronts.
Toe space area
NOTE: Decorative inserts
must maintain minimum
spacing as shown.
Secure oven to cabinet using the screws
provided. Screws should be inserted
through the mounting holes in the positions
indicated in the frame (open door to see
frame and mounting holes). Do not overtighten screws.
1/4" minimum spacing if decorative
filler panels are used.
HBL Models: 29-1/4" width of oven door frame
HBN Models: 26-5/8" width of oven door frame
NOTE: Decorative inserts
must maintain minimum
spacing as shown.
Refer to and follow Notes and Warning listed under Wall Installation, Single Oven (facing page)
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24"
dept opening
h
34" min. recommended so
oven door, when open, is
36" from floor.
1/4" min.
22-13/16"
Electrical
supply
junction
box
width
* HBL: 28" opening
ing width
en
op
* HBN: 25-3/8"
22"
dep
idth
-1/4" w th
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2
:
L
* HB 26-5/8" wid
:
* HBN
23-1/4" height
23" opening
height
1" min.
WALL INSTALLATION, SINGLE OVEN
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Note: 1. Do not slide oven across floor. Damage
to floor covering or floor could result.
2. The oven support surface must be a minimum 3/4" thick plywood platform, solid,
level and flush with the bottom of the
cabinet cutout.
3. Use extreme caution when moving or installing the oven. It is very heavy.
4. Be very careful when moving or installing the oven to avoid damage to the oven
frame or damage to the cabinets.
5. Be sure to level the oven. An oven that is
not level may provide poor or inconsistent baking results.
* HBL: HBL 73../74../75../76..
* HBN: HBN 74../75../76..
Secure oven to cabinet using the screws provided. Screws
should be inserted through the mounting holes in the
positions indicated in the frame (open door to see frame
and mounting holes). Do not overtighten screws.
6. Be careful when placing oven. DO NOT
pinch the conduit between the oven back
or wall and the inner cabinet wall or floor.
WARNING
Securely fasten oven to cabinet using the
screws provided. Failure to do so could result
in oven moving or tipping during use and causing damage to the oven or cabinets or personal
injury.
MISE EN GARDE
Fixez bien le four à l’armoire à l’aide des vis
fournies. Si vous ne le faites pas, cela pourrait
résulter en un déplacement ou un basculement
du four et pourrait endommager le four, les
armoires ou encore causer des blessures.
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1" min.
WALL INSTALLATION, DOUBLE OVEN
24"
dept opening
h
47-5/8"
47-13/16" opening height
Electrical
supply
junction
box
1/4" min.
22"
Note:
dep
th
* HBL: HBL 73../74../75../76..
* HBN: HBN 74../75../76..
Secure oven to cabinet using the screws provided. Screws should be inserted through the mounting holes in the positions indicated in the frame
(open door to see frame and mounting holes). Do not overtighten screws.
1. Do not slide oven across floor. Damage
to floor covering or floor could result.
2. The oven support surface must be a minimum 3/4" thick plywood platform, solid,
level and flush with the bottom of the
cabinet cutout.
3. Use extreme caution when moving or installing the oven. It is very heavy.
4. Be very careful when moving or installing the oven to avoid damage to the oven
frame or damage to the cabinets.
5. Be sure to level the oven. An oven that is
not level may provide poor or inconsistent baking results.
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" width
29-1/4 width
:
L
B
*H
/8"
: 26-5
* HBN
48" height
width
* HBL: 28" opening
ing width
en
op
* HBN: 25-3/8"
6. Be careful when placing oven. DO NOT
pinch the conduit between the oven back
or wall and the inner cabinet wall or floor.
WARNING
Securely fasten oven to cabinet using the
screws provided. Failure to do so could result
in oven moving or tipping during use and causing damage to the oven or cabinets or personal
injury.
MISE EN GARDE
Fixez bien le four à l’armoire à l’aide des vis
fournies. Si vous ne le faites pas, cela pourrait
résulter en un déplacement ou un basculement
du four et pourrait endommager le four, les
armoires ou encore causer des blessures.
ELECTRICAL SUPPLY
Before installing the oven have a qualified electrician verify that your home is provided with adequate electrical service and that the addition of the
oven will not overload the branch circuit on which
it is to be installed. A separate three-wire or fourwire single phase, 240 Volt, 60 Hz, or a 208 Volt, 60
Hz branch circuit is required.
NOTE: For use with 208 V, 60 Hz supply voltage,
see Connecting to 208 Volt Circuit.
For hook-up of the oven you will need to have an
approved junction box installed where it will be easily reached through the front of the cabinet where
the oven will be located. The oven has 3 feet of conduit. Allow two to three feet of slack in the line so
that the oven can be moved if servicing is ever necessary. DO NOT shorten the flexible conduit.
WARNING
WIRING REQUIREMENTS
When making the wire connections, use the entire length of the conduit provided (3 feet). The conduit must not be cut.
Before making connections make sure the power
is off and read and observe the following:
1. A separate three-wire or four wire, single phase,
240 Volt, 60 Hz or 208 Volt, 60 Hz branch circuit
is required for the oven.
2. The oven must be connected with COPPER
WIRE ONLY.
3. In the United States:
Wiring must conform to the National Electrical
Code, ANSI/NFPA No. 70 latest edition.
You can obtain a copy of the National Electrical
Code by writing:
National Fire Protection Association
Batterymarch Park
Quincy, MA 02269
MISE EN GARDE
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
DANGER DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE
• The electrical power to the oven branch circuit must be shut off while line connections
are being made.
• Do not use an extension cord with this appliance.
• Electrical ground is required on this appliance. The free end of the green wire (the
ground wire) must be connected to a suitable ground.
This wire must remain grounded to the oven.
• If cold water pipe is interrupted by plastic,
nonmetallic gaskets, union connections or
other insulating materials, DO NOT use for
grounding.
• DO NOT ground to a gas pipe.
• 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.
• 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.
• Le courant électrique alimentant le four doit
être coupé durant le branchement.
• N’utilisez pas de rallonge électrique avec
cet appareil.
• Cet appareil nécessite une mise à la terre.
L’extrémité du fil vert (fil de mise à la terre)
doit être reliée à une mise à la terre adéquate.
Ce fil électrique doit rester relié au four.
• Si les tuyaux d’eau froide comportent des
parties en plastique, des joints nonmétalliques ou d’autres matériaux isolants,
NE LES UTILISEZ PAS pour la mise a la
terre.
• N’UTILISEZ PAS DE TUYAUX DE GAZ
pour la mise à la terre.
• Ne placez pas de fusible sur le fil NEUTRE
ou le fil de MISE A LA TERRE. Un tel fusible pourrait resulter en un choc électrique.
• Si vous avez le moindre doute, faites vérifier
par un électricien que votre appareil est bien
mis à la terre.
Le fait de ne pas se conformer à ces instructions peut entraîner de sérieuses blessures ou
la mort.
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In Canada:
Wiring must conform to Canadian Electrical Code
C22.1- latest edition.
You can obtain a copy of the Canadian Electrical
Code by writing:
Canadian Standards Association
178 Rexdale Boulevard
Rexdale (Toronto), Ontario, Canada
M9W 1R3
4. Wire size (COPPER WIRE ONLY) and connections must be suitable for the rating of the appliance per the National Electrical Code requirements. The flexible armored cable extending from
the oven should be connected directly to the junction box.
5. The junction box should be located so as to allow
as much slack as possible between the junction
box and the oven so it can be moved if servicing
is ever required.
6. A U.L. listed conduit connector must be provided
at each end of the power supply cable.
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CONNECTING TO 208 VOLT CIRCUIT
This option is provided for areas where standard
240 Volt service is not available. This option must
be accessed with the oven connected to power
source, with the oven door (upper oven in double
oven) open, and using the following sequence:
1. Touch CANCEL pad.
2. Turn rotary knob clockwise until you hear
6 double beeps.
3. Turn rotary knob counter-clockwise until
you hear 9 double beeps.
4. Touch START pad.
5. Touch COOKING MODE pad; this sets
oven to 208 Volts.
6. Touch START pad to save selection of
208 Volts.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
This appliance is manufactured with a green GROUND wire connected to the oven chassis. After making
sure that the power has been turned off, connect the flexible conduit from the oven to the junction box using
a U.L. listed conduit connector. Figures A and B and the instructions provided below present the most
common way of connecting the ovens. Your local codes and ordinances, of course, take precedence to these
instructions. Complete electrical connections according to local codes and ordinances.
3-WIRE BRANCH CIRCUIT
GROUND wire from the oven and the white wire
from the oven to the branch circuit NEUTRAL
wire (grey or white colored wire).
• Connect the red and black leads from the oven to
the corresponding leads in the junction box.
Refer to Figure A, where local codes allow the
connection of GROUND wire from the oven to the
branch circuit NEUTRAL wire (grey or white colored wire):
• If local codes permit, connect the green
Figure A
Junction box
Cable from
power supply
Red wires
Grounded neutral
White
wires
Black wires
Bare or
green wire
Cable
from oven
U.L.-listed conduit connector
4-WIRE BRANCH CIRCUIT
Refer to Figure B:
• Connect the green GROUND wire from the oven
to the GROUND wire in the junction box (bare
or green colored wire).
• Connect the red and black leads from the oven to
the corresponding leads in the junction box.
• Connect the white wire from the oven to the NEUTRAL (grey or white) wire in the junction box.
Ungrounded neutral
Figure B
Junction box
Cable from
power supply
White wires
Red wires
Bare or
green wire
Black wires
Cable from
oven
U.L.-listed conduit connector
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FINAL CHECKLIST
To prevent improper connections leading to damage of electrical components and so voiding the
warranty, the following steps must be performed:
1. Check the electrical requirements and make sure
you have the correct electrical supply and that
the oven is properly grounded.
2. Turn on the power supply to the oven. When the
oven is first turned on, a time will flash on the
clock. This is the time of the last power interruption.
4. Set the clock by following these steps:
a). Touch TIME pad.
b). Turn rotary knob clockwise until CLOCK
appears.
c). Touch TIME pad.
d). Turn rotary knob in either direction. The
time displayed will change in 10-minute increments and indicate AM or PM. Turn the
knob in the opposite direction and the display will change in one-minute increments.
e). Touch TIME pad. The clock is now set.
5. Test the BAKE mode with the following steps:
a). Touch COOKING MODE pad.
b). Turn rotary knob clockwise until BAKE appears.
10: 08AM
3. Check power at the junction box wires using a
volt meter having a range of 0-250 VAC. If you
have installed the oven for use on 240 Volt supply, you should find that the voltage reading between the black and red wires (Line to Line)
should be 220 to 240 Volts. If you have modified
the oven(s) for use on 208 Volt, the voltage reading between the black and red wires should be
190 to 208 Volts.
c). Touch START pad. The cooling fan and oven
lights turn on and the word, PREHEAT, is
displayed.
d). The control will beep and the word, PREHEAT, will disappear when the set temperature (350º F) is reached.
e). Touch CANCEL pad to turn oven off.
6. To check the other oven functions refer to the
Using the Oven Controls section of the USE AND
CARE MANUAL.
7. If the oven is working properly, press the rotary
knob so that it is flush with the oven and turn off
the power supply to the oven.
8. Place the cover on the junction box and make sure
the cover is securely fastened and turn on the
power to the oven.
9. Leave these INSTALLATION instructions as well
as the USE AND CARE MANUAL with the
owner.
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