Maytag MER7775WS Specifications

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
30" (76 CM) FREESTANDING ELECTRIC RANGES
Table of Contents
RANGE SAFETY ................................................................................... 2
INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS ...................................................... 3
Tools and Parts .................................................................................. 3
Location Requirements ...................................................................... 3
Electrical Requirements - U.S.A. Only ............................................... 4
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS ........................................................ 6
Unpack Range.................................................................................... 6
Install Anti-Tip Bracket....................................................................... 6
Electrical Connection - U.S.A. Only ................................................... 7
Verify Anti-Tip Bracket Location ...................................................... 12
Level Range...................................................................................... 12
Storage Drawer ................................................................................ 12
Complete Installation ....................................................................... 13
Moving the Range ............................................................................ 14
ANTI-TIP BRACKET TEMPLATE ..................................................... 15
IMPORTANT:
Save for local electrical inspector's use.
W10252706B
RANGE SAFETY
Your safety and the safety of others are very important.
We have provided many important safety messages in this manual and on your appliance. Always read and obey all safety
messages.
This is the safety alert symbol.
This symbol alerts you to potential hazards that can kill or hurt you and others.
All safety messages will follow the safety alert symbol and either the word “DANGER” or “WARNING.”
These words mean:
DANGER
WARNING
You can be killed or seriously injured if you don't immediately
follow instructions.
You can be killed or seriously injured if you don't follow
instructions.
All safety messages will tell you what the potential hazard is, tell you how to reduce the chance of injury, and tell you what can
happen if the instructions are not followed.
WARNING
Tip Over Hazard
A child or adult can tip the range and be killed.
Connect anti-tip bracket to rear range foot.
Reconnect the anti-tip bracket, if the range is moved.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death or serious burns to children and adults.
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INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
Tools and Parts
Gather the required tools and parts before starting installation.
Read and follow the instructions provided with any tools listed
here.
Tools needed
■
Tape measure
■
¼" drive ratchet
■
Flat-blade screwdriver
■
¼" nut driver
■
Level
■
³⁄₈" and ⁵⁄₁₆" nut driver
■
Hammer
■
■
Hand or electric drill
¹⁄₈" (3.2 mm) drill bit (for
wood floors)
■
Wrench or pliers
■
■
Marker or pencil
³⁄₁₆" (4.8 mm) carbide-tipped
masonry drill bit (for
concrete/ceramic floors)
■
Masking tape
■
Tin snips or large wire
cutters (for cutting ground
strap if necessary)
Location Requirements
IMPORTANT: Observe all governing codes and ordinances.
■ It is the installer’s responsibility to comply with installation
clearances specified on the model/serial rating plate. The
model/serial rating plate is located on the left side frame
behind the storage drawer panel.
■
The range should be located for convenient use in the
kitchen.
■
To eliminate the risk of burns or fire by reaching over heated
surface units, cabinet storage space located above the
surface units should be avoided. If cabinet storage is to be
provided, the risk can be reduced by installing a range hood
that projects horizontally a minimum of 5" (12.7 cm) beyond
the bottom of the cabinets.
■
Cabinet opening dimensions that are shown must be used.
Given dimensions are minimum clearances.
■
The floor anti-tip bracket must be installed. To install the antitip bracket shipped with the range, see “Install Anti-Tip
Bracket” section.
■
Grounded electrical supply is required. See “Electrical
Requirements” section.
Parts supplied
Check that all parts are included.
■ 3 - 10-32 hex nuts (attached to terminal block)
■
3 - Terminal lugs
A
B
IMPORTANT: To avoid damage to your cabinets, check with your
builder or cabinet supplier to make sure that the materials used
will not discolor, delaminate or sustain other damage. This oven
has been designed in accordance with the requirements of UL
and CSA International and complies with the maximum allowable
wood cabinet temperatures of 194° (90°C).
Mobile Home - Additional Installation Requirements
C
A. Anti-tip bracket
B. Plastic anchors (2)
C. #10 x 1¹⁄₂" screws (2)
■
Anti-tip bracket kit
Anti-tip bracket must be securely mounted to subfloor. Thickness
of flooring may require longer screws to anchor bracket to
subfloor. Longer screws are available from your local hardware
store.
Parts needed
The installation of this range must conform to the Manufactured
Home Construction and Safety Standard, Title 24 CFR, Part 3280
(formerly the Federal Standard for Mobile Home Construction
and Safety, Title 24, HUD Part 280). When such standard is not
applicable, use the Standard for Manufactured Home
Installations, ANSI A225.1/NFPA 501A or local codes.
Mobile home installations require:
■ When this range is installed in a mobile home, it must be
secured to the floor during transit. Any method of securing
the range is adequate as long as it conforms to the standards
listed above.
■
Four-wire power supply cord or cable must be used in a
mobile home installation. The appliance wiring will need to be
revised. See “Electrical Connection” section.
If using a power supply cord kit:
■ A UL listed power supply cord kit marked for use with ranges.
The cord should be rated at 250 volts minimum, 40 amps or
50 amps that is marked for use with nominal 1³⁄₈" (3.5 cm)
diameter connection opening and must end in ring terminals
or open-end spade terminals with upturned ends.
■
A UL listed strain relief.
Check local codes. Check existing electrical supply. See
“Electrical Requirements” section.
It is recommended that all electrical connections be made by a
licensed, qualified electrical installer.
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Product Dimensions
A
C
B
D
A
E
B
F
C
F
E
D
A. 27¹⁷⁄₃₂" (69.9 cm) max. depth with handle
B. 46⁷⁄₈" (119.1 cm) overall height (max.) with leveling legs
screwed all the way in*
C. 36" (91.4 cm) cooktop height (max.) with leveling legs screwed
all the way in*
D. 29⁷⁄₈" (75.9 cm) width
E. 25" (63.5 cm) depth
F. Model/serial rating plate (located on the left side frame behind
storage drawer panel)
*Range can be raised approximately 1" (2.5 cm) by adjusting the
leveling legs.
Cabinet Dimensions
Cabinet opening dimensions shown are for 25" (64.0 cm)
countertop depth, 24" (61.0 cm) base cabinet depth and
36" (91.4 cm) countertop height.
IMPORTANT: If installing a range hood or microwave hood
combination above the range, follow the range hood or
microwave hood combination installation instructions for
dimensional clearances above the cooktop surface.
A freestanding range may be installed next to combustible walls
with zero clearance.
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A. 13" (33.0 cm) max. upper cabinet depth
B. 30" (76.2 cm) min. opening width
C. For minimum clearance to top of cooktop, see NOTE*.
D. 30¹⁄₈" (76.5 cm) min. opening width
E. Outlet - 8" (20.3 cm) to 22" (55.9 cm) from either cabinet,
5¹⁄₂" (14.0 cm) max. from floor
F. ⁷⁄₈" (2.2 cm) min. required between cutout and cabinet door or
hinge.
*NOTE: 24" (61.0 cm) minimum when bottom of wood or metal
cabinet is covered by not less than ¹⁄₄" (0.64 cm) flame retardant
millboard covered with not less than No. 28 MSG sheet steel,
0.015" (0.4 mm) stainless steel, 0.024" (0.6 mm) aluminum or
0.020" (0.5 mm) copper.
30" (76.2 cm) minimum clearance between the top of the
cooking platform and the bottom of an uncovered wood or metal
cabinet.
Electrical Requirements - U.S.A. Only
If codes permit and a separate ground wire is used, it is
recommended that a qualified electrical installer determine that
the ground path and wire gauge are in accordance with local
codes.
Do not use an extension cord.
Be sure that the electrical connection and wire size are adequate
and in conformance with the National Electrical Code, ANSI/
NFPA 70-latest edition and all local codes and ordinances.
A copy of the above code standards can be obtained from:
National Fire Protection Association
One Batterymarch Park
Quincy, MA 02269.
WARNING: Improper connection of the equipment-grounding
conductor can result in a risk of electric shock. Check with a
qualified electrician or service technician if you are in doubt as to
whether the appliance is properly grounded. Do not modify the
power supply cord plug. If it will not fit the outlet, have a proper
outlet installed by a qualified electrician.
Electrical Connection
If connecting to a 4-wire system:
To properly install your range, you must determine the type of
electrical connection you will be using and follow the instructions
provided for it here.
■ Range must be connected to the proper electrical voltage
and frequency as specified on the model/serial number rating
plate. The model/serial number rating plate is located behind
the control panel or on the oven frame behind the storage
drawer panel. Refer to the figures in the “Product
Dimensions” section of the “Location Requirements” section.
This range is manufactured with the ground connected to the
neutral by a link. The ground must be revised so the green
ground wire of the 4-wire power supply cord is connected to the
cabinet. See “Electrical Connection.”
Grounding through the neutral conductor is prohibited for new
branch-circuit installations (1996 NEC); mobile homes; and
recreational vehicles, or an area where local codes prohibit
grounding through the neutral conductor.
When a 4-wire receptacle of NEMA Type 14-50R is used, a
matching UL listed, 4-wire, 250-volt, 40- or 50-amp, range power
supply cord (pigtail) must be used. This cord contains 4 copper
conductors with ring terminals or open-end spade terminals with
upturned ends, terminating in a NEMA Type 14-50P plug on the
supply end.
The fourth (grounding) conductor must be identified by a green or
green/yellow cover and the neutral conductor by a white cover.
Cord should be Type SRD or SRDT with a UL listed strain relief
and be at least 4 ft (1.22 m) long.
■
This range is manufactured with the neutral terminal
connected to the cabinet. Use a 3-wire, UL listed, 40- or
50-amp power supply cord (pigtail) (see following Range
Rating chart). If local codes do not permit ground through the
neutral, use a 4-wire power supply cord rated at 250 volts,
40 or 50 amps and investigated for use with ranges.
Range Rating*
Specified Rating of
Power Supply Cord Kit
and Circuit Protection
120/240 Volts
120/208 Volts
Amps
8.8 - 16.5 KW
16.6 - 22.5 KW
7.8 - 12.5 KW
12.6 - 18.5 KW
40 or 50**
50
*The NEC calculated load is less than the total connected load
listed on the model/serial rating plate.
**If connecting to a 50-amp circuit, use a 50-amp rated cord with
kit. For 50-amp rated cord kits, use kits that specify use with a
nominal 1³⁄₈" (34.9 mm) diameter connection opening.
■ A circuit breaker is recommended.
■
The range can be connected directly to the circuit breaker
box (or fused disconnect) through flexible or nonmetallic
sheathed, copper or aluminum cable. See the “Electrical
Connection” section.
■
Allow 2 to 3 ft (61.0 cm to 91.4 cm) of slack in the line so that
the range can be moved if servicing is ever necessary.
■
A UL listed conduit connector must be provided at each end
of the power supply cable (at the range and at the junction
box).
■
Wire sizes and connections must conform with the rating of
the range.
■
The wiring diagram is located on the back of the range or
inside the storage drawer in a clear plastic bag.
4-wire receptacle (14-50R)
The minimum conductor sized for the copper 4-wire power
cord are:
40-amp circuit
2 No.-8 conductors
1 No.-10 white neutral
1 No.-8 green grounding
If connecting to a 3-wire system:
Local codes may permit the use of a UL listed, 3-wire, 250-volt,
40- or 50-amp range power supply cord (pigtail). This cord
contains 3 copper conductors with ring terminals or open-end
spade terminals with upturned ends, terminating in a NEMA Type
10-50P plug on the supply end. Connectors on the appliance end
must be provided at the point the power supply cord enters the
appliance. This uses a 3-wire receptacle of NEMA Type 10-50R.
3-wire receptacle (10-50R)
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Unpack Range
WARNING
Install Anti-Tip Bracket
WARNING
Excessive Weight Hazard
Use two or more people to move and install range.
Failure to do so can result in back or other injury.
1. Remove shipping materials, tape and film from range.
2. Remove oven racks and parts package from inside oven.
3. Do not remove the shipping base at this time.
Tip Over Hazard
A child or adult can tip the range and be killed.
Connect anti-tip bracket to rear range foot.
Reconnect the anti-tip bracket, if the range is moved.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death
or serious burns to children and adults.
A
A. Shipping base
4. On Ranges Equipped with Storage Drawers:
Remove the storage drawer. See the “Storage Drawer”
section. Use a ¼" drive ratchet to lower the rear leveling legs
one-half turn. Use a wrench or pliers to lower front leveling
legs one-half turn.
A
D
C
Contact a qualified floor covering installer for the best procedure
for drilling mounting holes through your type of floor covering.
Before moving range, slide range onto shipping base, cardboard
or hardboard.
1. Remove template from the anti-tip bracket kit (found inside
the oven cavity) or from the back of this manual.
2. Place template on the floor in cabinet opening so that the left
edge is against cabinet and top edge is against rear wall,
molding or cabinet.
3. Tape template into place.
4. If countertop is not flush with cabinet opening edge, align
template with overhang.
B
A. ¼" drive ratchet
B. Rear leveling leg
C. Wrench or pliers
D. Front leveling leg
On Ranges Equipped with Warming Drawers:
On ranges equipped with a warming drawer, the rear legs
cannot be accessed by removing the warming drawer. It will
be necessary to adjust the rear legs from outside the range.
Use wrench or pliers to lower the front and rear leveling legs
one-half turn.
A
B
C
A. Rear leveling leg
B. Front leveling leg
C. Wrench or pliers
6
If cabinet opening is wider than that specified in the “Location
Requirements” section, adjust template so range will be
centered in cabinet opening.
5. To mount anti-tip bracket to wood floor, drill two ¹⁄₈" (3.2 mm)
holes at the positions marked on the bracket template.
Remove template from floor.
To mount anti-tip bracket to concrete or ceramic floor, use a
³⁄₁₆" (4.8 mm) masonry drill bit to drill 2 holes at the positions
marked on the bracket template. Remove template from floor.
Tap plastic anchors into holes with a hammer.
6. Align anti-tip bracket holes with holes in floor. Fasten anti-tip
bracket with screws provided.
Depending on the thickness of your flooring, longer screws
may be necessary to anchor the bracket to the subfloor.
Longer screws are available from your local hardware store.
Electrical Connection - U.S.A. Only
Power Supply Cord
Direct Wire
WARNING
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Disconnect power before servicing.
Use a new 40 amp power supply cord.
Use 8 gauge copper or 6 gauge aluminum wire.
Plug into a grounded outlet.
Electrically ground range.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death,
fire, or electrical shock.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death,
fire, or electrical shock.
1. Disconnect power.
2. Remove the terminal block cover screws located on the back
of the range. Pull cover down and toward you to remove
cover from range.
3. Remove plastic tag holding three 10-32 hex nuts from the
middle post of the terminal block.
A
B
C
A. Two mounting tabs each side
B. Terminal block cover
C. Hex-head screws
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4. Add strain relief.
Style 1: Power supply cord strain relief
■
Remove the knockout for the power supply cord.
■
Assemble a UL listed strain relief in the opening.
Electrical Connection Options
If your home has:
And you will be
connecting to:
Go to Section:
4-wire receptacle
(NEMA type 14-50R)
A UL listed,
250-volt
minimum,
40-amp, range
power supply
cord
4-wire connection:
Power supply cord
4-wire direct
A circuit breaker
box or fused
disconnect
4-wire connection:
Direct wire
3-wire receptacle
(NEMA type 10-50R)
A UL listed,
250-volt
minimum,
40-amp, range
power supply
cord
3-wire connection:
Power supply cord
3-wire direct
A circuit breaker
box or fused
disconnect
3-wire connection:
Direct wire
³⁄₈"
(1.0 cm)
A
5"
(12.7 cm)
A. UL listed strain relief
■
Tighten strain relief screw against the power supply cord.
³⁄₈"
(1.0 cm)
Style 2: Direct wire strain relief
■
Remove the knockout as needed for the flexible conduit
connection.
■
Assemble a UL listed conduit connector in the opening.
3"
(7.6 cm)
4-wire connection: Power Supply Cord
Use this method for:
■ New branch-circuit installations (1996 NEC)
A
B
■
Mobile homes
■
Recreational vehicles
■
In an area where local codes prohibit grounding through the
neutral
1. Part of metal ground strap must be cut out and removed.
A. Removable retaining nut
B. Concuit
■
Tighten strain relief screw against the flexible conduit.
A
B
C
A. Metal ground strap
B. Discard
C. Ground-link screw
5. Complete installation following instructions for your type of
electrical connection:
4-wire (recommended)
3-wire (if 4-wire is not available)
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2. Use a Phillips screwdriver to remove the ground-link screw
from the back of the range. Save the ground-link screw and
the end of the ground-link under the screw.
3. Feed the power supply cord through the strain relief on the
cord/conduit plate on bottom of range. Allow enough slack to
easily attach the wiring to the terminal block.
3-wire connection: Power Supply Cord
Use this method only if local codes permit connecting chassis
ground conductor to neutral wire of power supply cord.
1. Feed the power supply cord through the strain relief on the
cord/conduit plate on bottom of range. Allow enough slack to
easily attach the wiring to the terminal block.
A
B
A
B
C
D
C
A. Terminal block
B. Ground-link screw
C. UL listed strain relief
D. Power supply cord wires
D
4. Use a Phillips screwdriver to connect the green ground wire
from the power supply cord to the range with the ground-link
screw and ground-link section. The ground wire must be
attached first.
5. Use ³⁄₈" nut driver to connect the neutral (white) wire to the
center terminal block post with one of the 10–32 hex nuts.
A
F
A. Terminal block
B. Ground-link screw
C. UL listed strain relief
D. Power supply cord wires - large opening
2. Use ³⁄₈" nut driver to connect the neutral (white) wire to the
center terminal block post with one of the 10–32 hex nuts.
A
E
B
E
C
D
B
D
A. 10–32 hex nut
B. Ground-link screw
C. Line 2 (red)
C
D. Green ground wire
E. Neutral (center) wire
F. Line 1 (black)
A. 10–32 hex nut
B. Line 2 (red)
C. Ground-link screw
D. Neutral (white) wire
E. Line 1 (black)
6. Connect line 2 (red) and line 1 (black) wires to the outer
terminal block posts with 10-32 hex nuts.
7. Securely tighten hex nuts.
NOTE: For power supply cord replacement, use only a power
cord rated at 250 volts minimum, 40 amps or 50 amps that is
marked for use with nominal 1³⁄₈" (3.5 cm) diameter
connection opening, with ring terminals and marked for use
with ranges.
3. Connect line 2 (red) and line 1 (black) wires to the outer
terminal block posts with 10-32 hex nuts.
4. Securely tighten hex nuts.
NOTE: For power supply cord replacement, use only a power
cord rated at 250 volts minimum, 40 amps or 50 amps that is
marked for use with nominal 1³⁄₈" (3.5 cm) diameter
connection opening, with ring terminals and marked for use
with ranges.
8. Tighten strain relief screws.
9. Replace terminal block access cover.
5. Tighten strain relief screws.
6. Replace terminal block access cover.
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Direct Wire Installation: Copper or Aluminum Wire
This range may be connected directly to the fuse disconnect or
circuit breaker box. Depending on your electrical supply, make
the required 3-wire or 4-wire connection.
1. Strip outer covering back 3" (7.6 cm) to expose wires. Strip
the insulation back ³⁄₈" (1.0 cm) from the end of each wire.
3. Pull the wires through the strain relief on bottom of range.
Allow enough slack to easily attach wiring to the terminal
block.
A
B
³⁄₈"
(1.0 cm)
C
3"
(7.6 cm)
2. Allow enough slack in the wire to easily attach the wiring
terminal block.
3. Complete electrical connection according to your type of
electrical supply (4-wire or 3-wire connection).
4-wire Connection: Direct Wire
Use this method for:
■ New branch-circuit installations (1996 NEC)
■
Mobile homes
■
Recreational vehicles
■
In an area where local codes prohibit grounding through the
neutral
G
D
E
F
A. Terminal block
B. Ground-link screw
C. Cord/conduit plate
D. Bare (green) ground wire
E. Line 2 (red) wire
F. Neutral (white) wire
G. Line 1 (black) wire
4. Attach terminal lugs to line 1 (black), neutral (white), and line 2
(red) wires. Loosen (do not remove) the setscrew on the front
of the terminal lug and insert exposed wire end through
bottom of terminal lugs. Securely tighten setscrew to torque
as shown in the following Bare Wire Torque Specifications
chart.
1. Part of metal ground strap must be cut out and removed.
A
A
B
C
B
C
A. Metal ground strap
B. Discard
C. Ground-link screw
2. Use a Phillips screwdriver to remove the ground-link screw
from the back of the range. Save the ground-link screw and
the end of the ground-link under the screw.
D
E
A. Terminal lug
B. Setscrew
C. Line 2 (red) wire
D. Neutral (white) wire
E. Line 1 (black) wire
Bare Wire Torque Specifications
Attaching terminal lugs to the terminal block - 20 lbs-in. (2.3 N-m)
Wire Awg
Torque
8 gauge copper
25 lbs-in. (2.8 N-m)
6 gauge aluminum
35 lbs-in. (4.0 N-m)
5. Use a hex or Phillips screwdriver to connect the bare (green)
ground wire to the range with the ground-link screw and
ground-link section. The ground wire must be attached first
and must not contact any other terminal.
10
6. Use ³⁄₈" nut driver to connect the neutral (white) wire to the
center terminal block post with one of the 10–32 hex nuts.
G
A
2. Attach terminal lugs to line 2 (red), bare (green) ground, and
line 1 (black) wires. Loosen (do not remove) the setscrew on
the front of the terminal lug and insert exposed wire end
through bottom of terminal lugs. Securely tighten setscrew to
torque as shown in the following Bare Wire Torque
Specifications chart.
A
B
F
D
C
A. 10–32 hex nut
B. Line 2 (red)
C. Bare (green) ground wire
D. Ground-link screw
B
E
C
E. Neutral (white) wire
F. Line 1 (black)
G. Terminal lug
E
A. Terminal lug
B. Setscrew
C. Line 2 (red) wire
D. Bare (green) ground wire
E. Line 1 (black) wire
7. Connect line 2 (red) and line 1 (black) wires to the outer
terminal block posts with 10-32 hex nuts.
8. Securely tighten hex nuts.
9. Replace terminal block access cover.
3-wire connection: Direct Wire
D
Bare Wire Torque Specifications
Use this method only if local codes permit connecting ground
conductor to neutral supply wire.
1. Pull the wires through the conduit on cord/conduit plate on
bottom of range. Allow enough slack to easily attach the
wiring to the terminal block.
Attaching terminal lugs to the terminal block - 20 lbs-in. (2.3 N-m)
Wire Awg
Torque
8 gauge copper
25 lbs-in. (2.8 N-m)
6 gauge aluminum
35 lbs-in. (4.0 N-m)
3. Use ³⁄₈" nut driver to connect the bare (green) ground wire to
the center terminal block post with one of the 10–32 hex nuts.
A
B
F
A
E
C
B
F
D
D
C
E
A. Terminal block
B. Ground-link screw
C. Cord/conduit plate
D. Line 2 (red) wire
E. Bare (green) ground wire
F. Line 1 (black) wire
A. 10–32 hex nut
B. Line 2 (red)
C. Ground-link screw
D. Bare (green) ground wire
E. Line 1 (black)
F. Terminal lug
4. Connect line 2 (red) and line 1 (black) wires to the outer
terminal block posts with 10-32 hex nuts.
5. Securely tighten hex nuts.
6. Replace terminal block access cover.
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Verify Anti-Tip Bracket Location
1. On models with a storage drawer, remove storage drawer.
See the “Storage Drawer” section.
On models with a warming drawer, the rear leg cannot be
seen by removing the warming drawer. It will be necessary to
view the rear foot from outside the range.
Storage Drawer
The storage drawer can be removed. Before removing, check
that the storage drawer is cool and empty. A flat-blade
screwdriver will be needed for removal.
To Remove:
1. Pull the storage drawer forward to the drawer stop. Push the
drawer back approximately 1" (2.5 cm).
It will be necessary to disengage the storage drawer one side
at a time.
2. Insert a flat-blade screwdriver through the opening in the side
of the storage drawer, placing the screwdriver tip on the
outside of the drawer clip.
2. To check that the anti-tip bracket is installed, use a flashlight
and look underneath the bottom of the range.
■ Look for the anti-tip bracket securely attached to floor.
■
Slide range back so rear range foot is under anti-tip
bracket.
A
Level Range
1. Place rack in oven.
2. Place level on rack and check levelness of range, first side to
side; then front to back.
A. Drawer clip
3. If range is not level, pull range forward until rear leveling leg is
removed from the anti-tip bracket.
On Ranges Equipped with Storage Drawers:
3. Depress the drawer clip by pressing the screwdriver handle
toward the side of the storage drawer.
Use a ¼" drive ratchet, wrench or pliers to adjust leveling legs
up or down until the range is level. Push range back into
position. Check that rear leveling leg is engaged in anti-tip
bracket.
On Ranges Equipped with Warming Drawers:
Use a wrench or pliers to adjust leveling legs up or down until
the range is level. Push range back into position. Check that
rear leveling leg is engaged in anti-tip bracket.
NOTE: Range must be level for satisfactory baking
performance.
4. Replace the storage drawer (on some models).
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A
A. Drawer clip - view from outside
of storage drawer
4. Gently pull forward on the storage drawer until the depressed
clip clears the drawer glide.
5. Repeat steps 2, 3, and 4, for the other side of the storage
drawer.
6. Lift up the back of the storage drawer and remove.
To Replace:
1. Lift up the back of the storage drawer and place it inside the
range in its fully forward position.
2. Lift up the front of the storage drawer to a level position.
3. Slowly push the storage drawer into the range until the
drawer side rails engage with the gap in the drawer glides.
A
A. Engage drawer glide.
4. Once the storage drawer is fully engaged on both sides, slide
the drawer back into the closed position.
5. NOTE: When you are removing and replacing the storage
drawer, a slight push may be needed to move the drawer
stop notch past the drawer glides.
Complete Installation
1. Check that all parts are now installed. If there is an extra part,
go back through the steps to see which step was skipped.
2. Check that you have all of your tools.
3. Dispose of/recycle all packaging materials.
4. Check that the range is level. See “Level Range.”
5. Use a mild solution of liquid household cleaner and warm
water to remove waxy residue caused by shipping material.
Dry thoroughly with a soft cloth. For more information, read
the “Range Care” section of the Use and Care Guide.
6. Read “Range Use” in the range Use and Care Guide.
7. Plug power cord into appropriate outlet. Turn power on.
8. Turn on surface burners and oven. See the Use and Care
Guide for specific instruction on range operation.
If range does not operate, check the following:
■ Household fuse is intact and tight; or circuit breaker has not
tripped.
■
Range is plugged into an outlet.
■
Electrical supply is connected.
■
See “Troubleshooting” in the Use and Care Guide.
When the range has been on for 5 minutes, check for heat. If
range is cold, turn off the range and contact a qualified
technician.
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Moving the Range
WARNING
For direct-wired ranges:
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Tip Over Hazard
A child or adult can tip the range and be killed.
Disconnect power before servicing.
Connect anti-tip bracket to rear range foot.
Replace all parts and panels before operating.
Reconnect the anti-tip bracket, if the range is moved.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death
or serious burns to children and adults.
When moving range, slide range onto cardboard or hardboard to
avoid damaging the floor covering.
If removing the range is necessary for cleaning or maintenance:
For power supply cord-connected ranges:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Slide range forward.
Unplug the power supply cord.
Complete cleaning or maintenance.
Plug in power supply cord.
Check that anti-tip bracket is installed:
■ Look for the anti-tip bracket securely attached to floor.
■
Slide range back so rear range foot is under anti-tip
bracket.
6. Check that range is level.
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1.
2.
3.
4.
Disconnect power.
Slide range forward.
Complete cleaning or maintenance.
Check that anti-tip bracket is installed:
■ Look for the anti-tip bracket securely attached to floor.
■
Slide range back so rear range foot is under anti-tip
bracket.
5. Check that range is level.
6. Reconnect power.
ANTI-TIP BRACKET TEMPLATE
Cut on dotted lines and place the left edge against the left side cabinet and the top edge against the rear wall.
Left edge
Top edge
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