Part No. 4367501 30” Electric Built-in/Built-under Flush Oven IMPORTANT: Read and save these instructions. IMPORTANT: Installer: Leave lnslallation Instructions with the homeowner. Homeowner: Keep Installation Instructions for future reference. Save Installation Instructions for local electrical inspector’s use. Undercounter tooktop- “sem.““facI”rer 5 dlmenrlonl IO,cooklop openmg NOTE CMnopmustDL.pprovea installation 7-f-l ’ Before you start... I ID, “se we, ml6 oven. Check IO, appr0v.l hbel loc.kd on -A-, II” rnnnsn kll,nr, ho. ” I.bcl IS Read Ihe alectrlcal instructions. and carpet-W conne&n lo a separate, 240~volt circuit. II a ZOB-volt circuit must be used, wiring inside oven must be modified. See “Connection lo 208~voll circull: Panel 13. for details Proper ~nslallauon IS your responsWty A qualtlled techn,c,an should ~nslall lhls oven tiake sure you have everylhmg necessary lor correct lnslallallon Check location where oven will be lnslalled The local~on should be away lrom slrong drah areas such as windows doors. and strong heating “en& or lans The we” should be localed lor conven~nl use I” kllchen Cablnel opening dimensions lhal are shown musl be used Bollom suppon surlace must be sol,d level and able 10 suppo” a “N”lm”m 01 150 Ibs The recessed inslallallon area musl prowde complele enclosure around Ihe recessed po”lon 01 Ihe we” Eleclrical ground 1s reqwred See Eleclncal Eleclrical Shock Hazard II is the cuslomer’s responsibility: -To contact a qualified electrical installer. -To assure that Ihe electrical installation is adequate and in conformance with National Eleclrical Code, ANSUNFPA 70. lalesl edition’. and all local codes and ordinances. Failure lo do so could result m eleclrical shock or other personal injury. Personal Injury Hazard Securely fasten oven lo cabinet using lhe Iwo screws provided. Failure lo do so could cause Ihe cwen lo move or lip during use and resull in personal injury. 1 Do No,, block :b::nt?e Blockmg the cwen venl may cause cabmet damage and poor baking perlormance. NOTE: Wall installation I i I I I I I I I I I . i ---- I T-- I -This oven is nol intended lor commercial use. . The oven supporl surlace musl be flush with lhe bottom of Ihe cabinet c~louI. *Clearances specified are lor combustible walls and malerlals lhal have a density 0120 or more pounds per cubic fool. No evalualion has been made lor inslallatlons adjacent lo materials lhal are less than 20 pounds per cu. It or lo plaslic liles and sheering. Imponant: ordinances. Observe all governing codes and Tools needed for installation: ?arts supplied for nstallation: Panel A 1 Electrical requirements Connecting IMPORTANT: Save lnslallelion Inslruclions electrical Inspector’s use. circuit conduclor box wire: I grounding that a that the lor the local El Thts appltance must be connected lo ’ the proper eleclncat vollage and frequency spectfted on Ihe senatJraltnq plate The serrallralrng plale rs located on the frame behrnd the oven door The branch circuit load lor a counler-mounted coaklop and nol more than two wall-mounted ovens, all supplred from a srngle branch crrcurt and localed rn Ihe same room. shall be compuled by addtng lhe nameplale ratmgs of the rndrvrdual appliances and lrealtng lhrs tolal as equivalent lo one range A three-wrre or four-we. srngle phase, 1201240-voll. 60-t+ AC-onlv eleclrrcat suoolr (or three-wee or lourwre, 120/205-volt II ’ specrfred on the nameplate) IS requrred on a separate 30.ampere crrcu~t. fused on both srdes 01 the lkne A trme-delay fuse or crrcutt breaker 1s recommended NOTE Wthng musl be modrfred lor 205.volt usage See “Connectrng to 205volt crrcurt.” Panel B OVEN MUST BE CONNECTED WITH COPPER WIRE ONLY. 1 Remove access panel located on back ot OW” 2. Loosen Ihe f,rst and second screws I” the terminal block 3. Place metal jumper between Ihe llrsl and second screws 4. Trghten screws 5. Replace access panel Electrical connection Electrical Shock Hazard . Electrical ground is required on this appliance. -Do No1 connect lo the electrical supply until appliance is permanently grounded. . Disconnect power lo the junclion box before making the eleclricsl connection. -This appliance must be connecled lo a grounded, metallic, permanent wiring system. or a grounding connector should be connected lo the grounding terminal or wire lead on the appliance. Failure lo do so could result in a ftre. personal injury or eleclrical shock Tt 11s appliance 1s manufaclured wrth whrte (neulral) power supply wrre and a caBlnetconnected green groundrng we twtsled together Connecl Ihe appliance cable to the ~unclron box through Ihe U L -16184 condull COnneClOr Complete electrical connection according to local codes and ordrnances A. Where local codes permit... connecting the cabinel-grounding to the neulral (white) junction conductor box wire: ICI II IS the personal responsrbrlrty and ’ obtrgatron 01 Ihe customer lo contact a qualrhed electricran lo assure that the electrical installation IS adequate and tn conformance wrlh the Natronal Electrrcal Code, ANSIINFPA 70.lalest edrtron.’ and all local codes and ordmances for the krtowan ratrng of the oven Copres 01 the standards lksted may be oblarned lrom ‘National Fire Protection Associslion Ballerymarch Park Quincy, Massachusells 02269 Thrs applrance should be connected drrectly to the lused drsconnect or crrcult breaker box through Ilexrble. armored or nonmetallfc sheathed, copper cable (wrth groundrng wire) Allow two to three leet of slack rn the lkne so that Ihe oven can be moved II servtcrng IS ever necessary Do Nol cut lhe conduil. A U L -Isled condurl connector rt?usl be prowded at each end ot the power supply cable (al the applrance and at the ]unclron box) Wires s~zes (COPPER WIRE ONLY) and connectrons must conlorm wrth Ihe ralrng of Ihe appliance Panel B B. Where local codes Do Not permit... connecting the cabinel-grounding lo the neutral (while) junclton Eleclrlcal Shock Hazard * Eleclrical ground Is required on lhls appliance. - If cold waler pipe is inlerrupled by plastic, non-metallic gaskets or other insulating malerlals, Do Not use for grounding. - Do No1 ground lo a gas pipe. - Do Nol have a fuse in the newel or grounding circuit. A fuse in the neulral or grounding circuit could result in an electrical shock. - Do Not use en extension cord with lhis appliance. -Check with a qualified electrician if you are in doubt as to whether the appliance is properly grounded. Failure lo lollow lhese Instructions could resull in serious iniutv or dealh. II codes permit end e separate wire is used. II is recommended qualilied eleclrlcian determine grounding path Is adequate. lo 208~volt Grounded Neulral 1. Drsconnecl the power supply. 2. Connecl together 3 w,res green and while appliance cable w,res and the neutra’ white ic~re I” Ile ,uncmn box 3. Connect Ihe two black wres together then connect the two red w,res logelher See Figure 1 Ungrounded Neutral 1. Disconnect power supply. 2. Separate Ihe green and whrte appliance cable wires 3. Connect the whrte applrance cable ware to the neutral twhrlel wre I” Ihe ,unctron box. 4. Connect the two black wares together. then connect Ihe two red wares loaether See Fraure 2 5. Connect the green or bare groundrng we from the applrance cable to a grounded we m the )unctron box C. If connecting to a fourwire electrical system... Do Nol connect the cabinel-grounding conduclor lo the neulral (while) junction box wire. green wtres Figure 3 _. __._ 1. Disconnect power supply. 2. Separate the green and whrte appliance cable wires 3. Connect Ihe white appl~aw cable wre to the neutral (white) we in Ihe junctron box 4. Connecl the two black wrres lagether lhen connect the two red wes logelher See Figure 3 5. Connecl the green or bare groundrng we from the appliance cable to the grounding we !n the lunct!on box Now start... Wilh oven in kitchen. Perronal Injury Hazsrd Securely laslen oven lo cabinet using two screws provldad. Failure lo do so could cause wen lo mwe or lip during use and resull in personal injury III ’ Remove shIppIng materials, tape and prcwcl~ve lllm lrom oven. Do No1 remove Ihe shippmg base al lhis lime. the l-5-l Personal InjurylProducl . DO Not use Ihe handle the lronl lrame or trim l Damage Hazard or any ponion lor lihing. of Because 01 Ihe weigh1 and size 01 Ihe oven, Iwo or more people are needed lo move ana safely inslall this oven. Fanlure lo properly lih the oven could resull in product damage personal Injury. properly or the from frame 01 the oven screws Do Not ovemghlen m Turn Ihe Selector and Temperalure control knobs lo “OFF ” Push I” on Ihe Temperature and Seleclor control knobs The knobs WIII relracl. llush wtlh Ihe oven I TO get the most efficient use from your new oven, read your KitchenAid Use & Care Guide. Keep installation Instructions and Guide close to oven for easy reference. Floor Damage Before moving oven scross lloor, check that oven is on shipping base or slide oven onlo cardboard or herdboard. Failure lo do so could cause damage IO floor covering. Dlsconnecl Ihe power supply Move oven close lo cabmet opemng Make elecmcal connect,~” See “Electrical requlremenls” and -Electrical connecl~on“ sectmns. Panel E. for dela,ls Check the operallon of Ihe o”en broil g elemenls ECONO BROIL: Turn the Selector conlrol knob lo ‘ECONO ” Turn Ihe Temperalure comrol knob 10 “500” ” Press Slafi bullon The o”en mdlcator lfghl should be on. Ihe ,nner upper element should glow red. and lhe cooling fan may lum on The o”en should be heatmg MAXI BROIL: Turn the Selector conlrol knob lo ‘MAXI.” Turn lhe Temoeralure conlrol knob IO ‘500” ~ Press Slarf bunon The oven lndlcator ltghl should be on Both lhe Inner and outer upper elemenls should glow red. and lhe coolhg fan may turn on The oven should be healing la. Turn power supply on Check the ’ operalIon of Ihe oven bake elemenl Press Ihe Selector and Temperature conlrol knobs The knobs will pop ou, Turn lhe Selector conuol knob lo “BAKE “Turn the Temperature conlrol knob lo “350” * Press Slarl butlon The oven lndlcalor llghl should be on The lower oven element (sealed below the o”en bonom) should be healing and the ouler upper elemenl should become hot. bul no! glow red The oven lndlcalor llghl goes ofi when oven 15 prehealed Turn oven seleclor and temperalure comrol knobs 10 “OFF (31 Remove and discard shIppIng base or cardboard or hardboard from under oven Llfl o”en up lo c&net opening using Ihe oven opening as an area to grip Cenler 0”en in cablnel opening . Numbers correspond to steps. Push agalnsf seal area of lronl frame lo push oven unto cabinet Panel C If the oven does not operate... If you need assistance... If you need service... Check that the house circuit breaker is not tripped or the fuse blown. A more detailed troubleshooting checklist is provided in the Use and Care Guide. The KitchenAid Consumer Assistance Center will answer any questions about operating or maintaining your oven not covered in the Installation Instructions. The KitchenAid Consumer Assistance Center is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Just dial (800) 422-1230 - the call is free. When you call, you will need the oven model number and serial number. Both numbers can be found on the serial/rating plate located located behind the oven door on the oven frame. In the event that your KitchenAid appliance should need service, call the dealer from whom you purchased the appliance or a KitchenAidauthorized service company. A KitchenAidauthorized service company is listed in the Yellow Pages of your telephone directory under “Appliances - Household - Major - Service or Repair”. You can also obtain the service company’s name and telephone number by dialing, free, within the continental United States, the KitchenAid Consumer Assistance Center telephone number, (800) 422-l 230. A special operator will tell you the name and number of your nearest KitchenAid-authorized servrce company. Maintain the quality built into your KitchenAid appliance - call a KitchenAid-authorized service company. Personal Injury/Product Damage Hazard Do Not step, lean or sit on the oven door. Part No. 4367501 0 1992 KitchenAid Prepared by KitchenAid, St. Joseph, Michigan 49085 .
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