Electric Built -in 27” and 24” Single and Double Ovens ROPER”” Appliances IMPORTANT: Read and save these instructions. IMPORTANT: Installer: Leave Install~ilor~ Instructions with the homeowner, Homeowner: Keep Inslal!;t!o~~ kstructlonsfor future reference Save Installation Icstruclions for local electrical inspector’s use. 24” Double Ovens Before you start... Read Electrical and Carpentry instructions Proper mstaLlatmn 1syour responslb&y A quahfled technman should mstall this oven Make sure you have everythmg necessary for correct 1nstaUat1on Check location where the built-m oven wll be mstalled The locatlon should be away from strong draft areas, such as wmdows. doors, and strong heatmg vents 01 fans The built-m oven should be located for convenient use m htchen. Cabinet opening djmensions that are shown must be used. Given chmenslons provide mmunum clearance Contact surface must be sohd and level The recessed installation area must prowde complete enclosure around the recessed ponlon of the oven ALL OPENINGSIN THE WALL OR FLOOR WHERE THE BUILT-IN OVEN IS TO BE INSTALLED MUST BE SEALED Electrical ground IS required See Electrical requremenls The oven suppon surface must be flush with the bottom of the cabinet cutout. Note: Clearances specified are for combustible walls and materials that have a density of 20 or more pounds per cubic foot. No evaluation of clearances has been made for installations adlacent to materials that are less than 20 pounds per cu. ft. or to plastic tiles and sheeting. Important: Observe all codes and ordinances. I 27” Double Ovens governing Personal Injury Hazard Securely fasten wall oven to cabinets using the screws provided (4 screws for a double oven or 2 screws for a single oven). Failure to do so could cause oven to move or tip during use and result in personal injury. Do Not block the oven vent. Blocking the vent may cause cabinet damaqe and uoor bakino Derformancc. Electrical Shock Hazard It is the customer’s responsibilrty: ’ To contact a quahhed electrical ~ installer. ’ To assure that the electrical installation is adequate and in conformance with National Electrical Code, ANWNFPA 70.latest edition’, and all local codes and ordinances. Failure to do so could result in fire, electrical shock or other personal injury. Tools needed for installation: Parts rovided for instal f ation: 63 PANEL A I 24” 27” PANEL B Single Ovens Single Ovens Electrical requirements Electrical ground is required on this appliance. Electric Shock Hazard . Check with a qualified electrician if you are in doubt as to whether the appliance is properly grounded. Improper connection of the equipmentgrounding conductor line can result in a risk of electrical shock. - Do Not use an extension cord with this appliance. Such use may result in a fire. electrical shock or other personal injury. * Do Not have a fuse in the neutral or grounding circuit. A fuse in theneutral or grounding circuit could result in an electrical shock. Failure to follow these instruction! could result in a fire. personal injury, or electrical shock. Save Installation Instructions for the local electrical inspector’s use. Ths apphance must be n connected to the proper electrical voltage and frequency as specified on the seritiratmg plate Models rated at 7 0 kw on 240 volts (5 3 kw on 208 volts) 01 more require a separate 40.ampere crcuit Models rated at 3 6 !-xv on 240 volts (2.7 kw on 208 volts) or less requne a separate 30.ampere cmxut. Fuse both sides of the lme A tune-delay [use or cmxt breaker IS racormmended A B Electrical connection Electrical ground is required on this appliance. Electrical Shock Hazard - Do Not connect appliance to electrical supply until appliance is permanently grounded. l Disconnect power to the junction box before making the electrical connection. n This appliance must to connected to a grounded. metallic. permanent wiring system, or a grounding conductor should be connected to the grounding terminal of lead on the appliance. Failure to follow these jnstructions could result m a fire. personal injury, or electrical shock. I I Tbs apphance 1smanufactured wxh white (neutral) power supply wre and a cabmet-connected. green groundmg wre (green twisted together) Connect the apphance cable to the lunctmn box through the U L -hsted conduit connector. Complete electrical connection accordmg to your mstallatmn needs This apphance should be 9 connected to th.efused chsconma (or Cmxt breaker) box through flexible armored or non-metalhc, sheathed copper cable fwlth aroundma wre) The flexible &m&d cable &ten&g from the apphance should be connected duectly lo the junction box D Locate the lunctlon box to . aLlow as much slack in the cable as possible between the lunctlon box and the apphance so that the oven can be moved ti servlcmg is ever needed A U.L -hsted condux connector must be provided at the F ’ ~unctlon box E connecting the cabinet-grounding conductor to the neutral (white) junction box wire: C. IF connecting to a four-wire electrical system... DO NOT connect the cabinetgrounding conductor to the neutral (white) junction box wire. Figure 1 1. Turn power supply off 2. Connect three wires green and whte apphance cable wLies with the neutral (wtite) wne m junction box 3. Connect the two black wues together, then the two red wues together (See Figure 1 ) B. Where local codes DO NOT permit... connecting the cabinet-grounding conductor to the neutral (white) junctmn box wire: It 1s tte personal responsiblbty and obhgation of the customer to contact a quahfled elennclan to assure that the klectrical mstallatmn IS adequate and is m conformance with the National E!ectncal Code ANSI/NFPA 70.latest edItIon*, and aL’local codes and ordmmces G n A wrong dagram is mcluded H mm the Tech sheet. The Tech sheet 1slocated oehmd the control panel PANEL C Figure 3 5. A separate copper groundmg wxe (No. 10 mmmum) MUST be connected to a grounded metal cold water pipe by means of a clamp and then to the external groundmg mnnector screw. Do Not ground to a gas supply pipe or hot water pipe. Do Not connect to electrical supply until appliance 1s permanently grounded. (See Figure 3 ) A. Where local codes permit... OVEN MUST BE CONNECTED . WI’IH COPPERWIRE ONLY Wire sizes must conform to C m the recruements of the NatIonal Elect&l Code, ANSL+JFPA 70.latest edmon’, and all local codes and ordumnces for the kilowatt rating of the oven. This rating can be found on the serial’ratmg plate behmd the oven door on the front frame. 4. Connect the groundmg wue to a grounded wire 111the ]unct~on box or to a grounded, copper cold water Pipe ** Figure 2 1. Turn power suppiy off 2. Connect the white apphance cable wue to the neutral (whxe) wue m ]unctlon box 3. Connect the two black wres together; then the two red wnes together (See Figure 2 ) Figure 4 1. Turn power supply off 2. Separate the green and wtite appbance cable wues 3. Connect the white apphance cable wue to the neutral (wtite) wre m iuncilon box 4. Connect the two black wires tooether. then the two red wres together (See Figure 4.) 5. Connect the green apphance cable wre to green groundmg wxe in the ]unctlon box Now start... With oven in kitchen. 1 Re.nove stippmg materials,, m tape and protectwe film from wall oven. Do NoI remove the foam shipping base at this time. 2 Remove racks and other parts n from mslde oven. Remove the au grille taped to the top OI side of oven Personal Injury/Product Damage ’ Use both hands to remove oven doors. ’ Grasp only the sides of rhe oven door. Do Not use any portion 01 the lronr lrames or trim for lifting. Failure to properly grasp oven door could result in damage fo product or personal injury. ._ 4 Close lower oven door LOthe n broil posltlon Grasp the sides of the oven door and pull the door up and out of hmge slots to remove Set door aslde 5 3 Complerely o*en lower oven door Remove the two oven door mews (Not all models have oven door screws ) . Repeat Steps 3 and 4 for upper oven door Floor Damaae n 6. 6 Numbers correspond to steps. PANEL D 6 Turn power supply off Move . oven close to final posmon Remove and dmard foam shlppmg base. Feed apphaace cable through opemng m cabmet. Make electrical conmxt~om See Electrical remurements and Electrical connection sectlom, Panel B. Product Damage Carefully push against seal area of the front frame when pushing oven into cabinet. Do Not push against oursideedges. Failure to follow this instruction can result in damage to the porcelain finish. Personal Injury/Product Damage Securely fasten oven to cabinets using the four screws provided. Failure to do so could cause the oven to move or tip during use and result in personal injury or product damage. 11 Check the operation of the upper (01 single) oven. Push ‘Bake’ button. ‘- _ _ “F” will appear m the dxplay and the “Bake” hght will come on. Press “Bake” button until 350°F appears m the &splay The bottom and uoper. outer elements should alow red The upper (or smgle) oven ‘on”mdlcator hght should be on and the oven should be heatma. Push the cancel button The tnne of day should appear III the display. n Check the operation of the lower oven. Set the lower oven control knob to 350°F The bottom and upper, outer elements should glow red The lower oven mdlcator haht should be on and the oven shouldbe heatmg Turn the control knob to “OFF” 8 Center oven mto cabmet cutout Use two screws (four screws for a double oven) through the mountmg holes m the front frame of the oven to secure the oven to the cabmet Do Not overtlghten screws n 3°C -b 9 10 “se the one. low prollle screw in ml Posltmn InstaU lower air grille usmg the . three sxews provided. Replace the oven racks . Replace upper oven door by pW.laLly flttmg the door hinges mto the hmge slots FuLldoor shghtly toward you, then shde door completely m place Remstall the two oven~door screws (lf rec;ured for your oven door) If door does not close, you have not pushed hmges complete!y ml0 frame Repeat for lower oven door Turn power supply on PANEL E 12 Check the operation of the l upper (or single) oven broil element. Push the “Broil” bu!ton “_ _ -” will appear m the display and tne “Broil’ uxhcator hghr wLLlcome on Turn oven control knob until “HI Broil aDoears m the &splay Both lop elemerlts sh&ld glow red The upper (or smg;e) oven “On” mdlcator hght should be on and the oven should be hentmo Push the cancel button The time of day should appear m the dlsp1ay Check the weration of the lower oven Set the low& oven 10m;)2:i.tu1eConlTol k11obto ‘Broil” The top, !m:er elements should QlOW red The lower ovci, mdxator huh1 should be on and the oven should be Congratulations! You have just finished installing your II~W. Roper oven. Keep Installation Instructions available for easy reference.
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