Bosch HES23 Specifications

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Table of Contents
Safety Instructions and Applicable Codes ...........................................................................
Ventilation and Cabinet Preparation .......................................................................................
Range Cord Connection ....................................................................................................
Anti=Tip Bracket Installation ..................................................................................................
Final Install .........................................................................................................................
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Remove all tape and packaging before using the range.
Destroy the carton and plastic bags after unpacking the range.
Never allow children to play with packaging material.
PARTS PROVIDED
Anti=Tip Bracket
PARTS HEEDED:
Proper Installation
- Be sure your appliance is properly
installed and grounded by a qualified technician in accordance
with the National Electrical Code ANS]iNFPA No. 7 latest edition
and local electrical code requirements.
Important; Local codes ,vary. Installation, electrical connections
and grounding must comply with all applicable codes.
Power Supply Cord Kit (50 Amps)
Standard Measuring Tape
Phillips head Screwdriver
!=!/4"Wrench
Pencil
Install only per installation instructions provided in the literature
package for this range.
Ask your dealer to recommend a qualified technician and an
authorized repair service. Know how to disconnect the power to
the range at the circuit breaker or fuse box in case of an emergency.
WARNING
Beforeinstalling;tum
powerOFFat
the service panel, Lockservio_=panel
to prevent powerfrom being turned
OH aocide_ally.
User servicing = Do not repair or replace any part of the
appliance unless specifically recommended in the manuals. All
other servicing should be done by a qualified technician. This may
reduce the risk of personal injury and damage to the range.
CAUTION
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Never modify or alter the construction of a range by removing
leveling legs, panels, wire covers, anti=tip brackets/screws, or
any other part of the product.
Notita: DO NOT LIFT lb_NGE BY DOOR HANDLE. Remove
the door for easier handling and installation. See Section 'Removing
Oven Door' on next page.
WARNING
IF THE INFORMATION
IN THIS
MANUAL IS NOT FOLLOWED EXACTLY_
A FIRE OR EXPLOSION MAY RESULT
CAUSING
PROPERTY
DAMAGE_
PERSONAL
INJURY OR DEATH,
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4, 5
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WARNING
Stepping, leaning or sitting on the doors or drawers of this range
can result in serious injuries a nd also cause damage to the range.
Do not allow children to climb or play around the range. The
weight of a child on an open door may cause the range to tip,
resulting in serious burns or other injury.
CAUTION
Do not use the oven or warmer drawer (if equipped) for storage.
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WARNING
IMPORTANT:
LOCAL CODES
VARY. INSTALLATIONr
ELECTRICAL
CONNECTIONSAND
GROUNDING
MUSTCOMPLYWrFHALL
APPU_BLECODE&
Do not store items of interest to children in the cabinets above the
range or on the backguard of a range. Children climbing on the
range to reach items could be seriously injured.
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WARNING
RANGE TIPPING HAZARD
- TO REDUCE THE RISK OF
TOP GREASE FIRF:
a) Neverleave surface units unattended at high settings, Boilovers
cause smoking and greasy spillovers that may ignite, Heat oils
slowly on low or medium settings,
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All ranges can tip and injury coutd result. To
prevent acddentai tipping of the range, attach it to
the wail, floor or cabinet by installing the Anti-Tip
Device supplied.
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A riskoftipoover may e×ist if the applianceis not
installed in accordance with these instructions.
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If the range is pulled away from the wail for
cleaning, service, or any ether reason, ensure that
the Anti-Tip Device is properly reengaged when the
range ispushed back against the wall. In the event of
abnormal usage (such as a pe_on standing, sitting, or
I_ning on an open door), failureto_ke_is
precaution
coutd result in tipping of the range. Personal injury
might result from spilled hot liquidsor from the range
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b) Always turn hood ON when cooking at high heat or when
cooking flaming foods,
c) Clean ventilating fans frequently. Grease should not be allowed
to accumulate on fan or filter,
d) Use proper pan size, Always use cookware appropriate for the
size of the surface element,
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WARNING
WARNING
A RANGE
IMPORTANT
=Do not attempt to operate the range during power
failure. If the power fails, always turn offthe range. If the range
is not turned off and the power resumes, the range will begin to
operate again. Once the power resumes, reset the clock and oven
function.
® ALL RANGES CAN TIP
IN3URY TO PERSONS
COULD RESULT
INSTALL ANTI=TIP DEVICE
PACKED WITH RANGE
SEE IMSTALLATION
IHSTRUCTIOH$
Removing
the
Door
WARNING
Make sure oven is cool and power tothe oven
has been turned off before removing the door.
Failure to do so could result in electrical shock or
burns.
The oven door is heavy and fragile. Use both
hands to remove the oven door. The door front is
glass. Handle carefully to avoid breakage.
Grasp only the sides of the oven door. Do not
grasp the handle as it may swing in your hand and
cause damage or injury.
Faihre to grasp the oven door firmly and
properly could result in personal injury or product
damage.
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Be sure toread the above WARNING
to remove oven door.
Figure A
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before attempting
2. Open the door completely.
3. Flip lever on hinge toward you. (see Figure A).
4. Close the door to approximately halfway open.
5. Holding the door firmly on both sides using both hands,
pull the door straight out of the hinge slots. Hold firmly,
the dooris heavy (See Figure B).
6. Place the door in a convenient and stable location for
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cleaning.
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Figure B
INSTALL
VENTILATION
It is strongly recom mended to install a hood above this range. For
most kitchens with a wall mounted hood, a certified hood rating
of not less than 350 CFH is recommended. Bosch hoods rated at
350 CFP1 or more when operated on High meet the above
requirement and are recommended for this purpose. The range
hood must be installed according to instructions furnished with
the hood.
PREPARECABINET$
This unit is designed for installation in a countertop near adjacent
walls and projecting surfaces constructed of combustible materials.
There must be a minimum clearance of 30 inches between the top
of the cooking surface and the bottom of an unprotected wood or
metal cabinet; or 24 inches when bottom of wood or metal cabinet
is protected by not less than !/4" of flame retardant material
covered with not less than No. 28 NSG sheet metal, 0.0!5 inch
stainless steel' or 0.024 inch aluminum or copper. (See Figure I).
The minimum horizontal distance(s) from the side and back edge
of the unit to adjacent vertical combustible walls are as follows:
Zero clearance is permitted on rear, right and left walls.
Figure 1
Forthe cabinets over the cooking surface and the adjacent cabinets,
the maximum cabinet depth from back wall is !3 inches.
Instructions were determined using Standard American base
cabinets measuring 36" high x 24" deep (see Figures 2 & 3).
If nonstandard cabinets are used, care should be taken to alter
dimensions accordingly.
NOTICE: Some cabinet finishes cannot survive the temperatures
allowed by U. L., particularly selfideaning ovens; the cabinets may
discolor or stain. This is most noticeable with laminated cabinets.
Figure 2
between
30" Nin,
Figure 3
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MODEL HES23
CONNECT
RANGE
CORD
Ranges are dual rated for use on either !20/240 VAC or !20/208
VAC. See table for power ratings and circuit breaker sizes based
upon the supply voltage for each mode (See chart at left:),
This appliance may be connected to the power supply by installing
flexible conduit or a power cord set. The electrical rating of the
power cord set (not supplied) must be !20/240 volt, 50 amperes
minimum for models HES. The power cord set shall be marked
"For Use with Ranges,"
The power supply shall be connected to the range terminal block
compartment located in the lower [eft rear corner, accessible by
removing the storage drawer below the oven.
Remove the terminal box cover by removing the cover screw,
Instal[ the proper connector in knockout(s) provided. The electrical
supply, including connectors or power cord, can lie anywhere
within the shaded area (See Figure 20
Electrical
Connection
VOLTS
A_C,
HZ
RATING
KW
120/240
60
12.1
50 AMPS
120/208
60
9.1
45 AMPS
MODE[. HES24_ HES25
VOLTS
A,C,
HZ
RATING
KW
120/240
60
12,6
50 AMPS
120/208
60
9.5
50 AMPS
Procedures
Refer to Figure 4 and Figures A, B, C, D & E (next page) for further explanation.
WARNING
CONSULT YOUR INSTRUCTIONS
FOR 'ELECTRICAL
CONNECTION
PROCEDURES'. COPPER WIRE MUST BE USED
FOR CONNECTION
TO THE TERMINAL BLOCK, WHEN POWER SUPPLY CORD KIT IS USED TO CONNECT RANGE TO
THE POWER SUPPLY, USE ONLY CORD KITS RATED 125/240 VOLTS HINIMUH
AND MARKED FOR USE WITH RANGES.
REFER TO INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
FOR PROPER CORD KIT AMPERAGE RATING, RISK OF FIRE OR
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAY BE INCURRED IF AN INCORRECT SIZE RANGE CORD KIT IS USED, THE INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
ARE NOT FOLLOWED, OR THE STRAIN RELIEF BRACKET IS DISCARDED,
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK FRAME GROUNDED TO NEUTRAL OF APPLICANCE THROUGH A LINK GROUNDING
THROUGH THE NEUTRAL CONDUCTOR IS PROHIBITED
FOR NEW BRANCH-CIRCUIT
INSTALLATIONS,
(1996 NEC)
MOBILE HOHES AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES, OR IN AN AREA WHERE LOCAL CODES PROHIBIT GROUNDING
THROUGH NEUTRAL CONDUCTOR,
FOR INSTALLATIONS
WHERE GROUNDING THROUGH THE NEUTRAL CONDUCTOR IS PROHIBITED:
(i) DISCONNECT THE LINK FROH THE NEUTRAL,
(2) USE GROUNDING TERHINAL OR LEAD TO GROUND UNIT: AND
(3) CONNECT NEUTRAL TERMINAL OR LEAD TO BRANCH CIRCUIT NEUTRAL IN USUAL HANNER
(WHEN THE APPLIANCE IS CONNECTED BY MEANS OF A CORD KIT, USE 4 CONDUCTOR
CORD FOR THIS PURPOSE),
3-WIRE
HOOK
UP
CIRCUIT
BREAKER
4-WURE
HOOK
UP
Remove ground
strap from terminal
block, Install with
Center or white wire
must always be
attached to the
central terminal on
block.
care, the green
ground wire as
shown at left, Attach
ground wire and
strap with screw
provided with strap,
All screw and nut
connections must be
t_ght,
Figure 4
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CIRCUIT
BREAKER
Power
Three
Wire
Supply
Connections
Connection
The Four Wire Connection is preferred, but where
local codes and ordinances permit grounding through
neutral and/or conversion to four wire is impractical, unit
may be connected to the power supply via a three wire
connection.
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2.
Disconnect electrical power at breaker box.
Remove the terminal block cover to expose the
junction box (See Figure A).
3.
Remove top nut, star washer, and round washer from
each post.
Note: DO NOT remove last round washer, last nut or
internal wiring leads.
Attach white wire, round washer, star washer and nut
IN THIS ORDER on top of ground strap on center post.
4.
5.
Attach red wire, round washer, star washer and nut IN
THIS ORDERto left post.
6.
Attach black wire, round washer, star washer and nut
IN THIS ORDER to right post (See Figure B).
7.
Tighten all connections securely and replace terminal
block cover (See Figure C).
Four Wire
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2.
3.
Connection
(Preferred
Figure A
Figure B
Method)
Disconnect electrical power at breaker box.
Remove the terminal block cover to expose the
junction box (See Figure A).
Remove top nut, star washer, and round washer from
each post.
Note: DO NOT remove last round washer, last nut or
internal wiring leads.
4.
Remove screw from bottom end of ground strap.
5.
Remove ground strap from center post, rotate so that
wide end is at top and attach wide end to range
through hole below junction box. Attach green wire on
top of ground strap. Tighten Screw (See Figure D).
Attach red wire, round washer, star washer and nut IN
THIS ORDERto left post.
Attach white wire, round washer, star washer and nut
IN THIS ORDER to center post.
Attach black wire, round washer, star washer and nut
IN THIS ORDER to right post (See Figure E).
6.
7.
8.
9.
Figure C
Tighten all connections securely and replace terminal
block cover.
Figure D
Note: DO NOT pJug in range at this
time. Proceed to steps 4 and S.
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Figure E
Flush
AdjustaNe
Eegs
Figure 6
Figure 7
INSTALL
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2.
3.
ANTIoTIP
Screw
BRACKET:
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Adjust height of range and level by rotating the adjustable
leg supports, (see Figure 6) using i-i/4" wrench.
Measure to locate bracket position as shown in Figure 7.
Secure bracket with 2 screws.
Figure 8
FINAL INSTALL:
Screw
i.
2.
3.
4.
Move range close enough to the opening to plug into the
receptacle.
Slide range into position insuring that the left back leg slides
under the anti-tip bracket. Range will sit 3/4" away from back
wall when properly installed.
Carefully tip range forward to insure thatthe anti-tip bracket
engages the range back brace and prevents tip-over.
Turn on electrical power. Check range for proper operation as
described in Use and Care Manual.
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Figure 9
Note: if LCD screen flashes and beeps, the wiring is incorrectly
installed. Immediately disconnect power at breaker and return to
step 3: CONNECT RANGE CORD.
_UT£ON
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ALL RANGES CAN TIP,
DO NOT USE HAND TRUCK
RESULT
INSTALL ANTI-TIP DEVICE
INJURY
TO WITH
PERSONS
COULD
PACKAGED
RANGE.
THE BACK OR FRONT OF
THIS UNIT, HANDLE FROM
OR APPLIANCE DOLLY ON
SIDE ONLY!
SEE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
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_IL WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK
HAZARD - DISCONNECT
POWER BEFORE
SERVICING,
FAILURE TO DO SO CAN
RESULT IN DEATH OR
ELECTRICAL SHOCK,
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