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Installation
Instructions
Above the
Cooktop Oven
JVM1790
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BEFORE YOU BEGIN
Read these instructions completely and carefully.
IMPORTANT –
•
Save these
instructions for local inspector’s use.
•
IMPORTANT –
Observe all
governing codes and ordinances.
• Note to Installer – Be sure to leave these
instructions with the Consumer.
Note to Consumer – Keep these
instructions for future reference.
• Skill level – Installation of this appliance requires
basic mechanical and electrical skills.
• Proper installation is the responsibility of the installer.
• Product failure due to improper installation is not
covered under the Warranty.
•
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Installation Instructions
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CONTENTS
Recirculating ........................................ 19–22
Attach Mounting Plate to Wall ............19
General information
Preparation of Top Cabinet ................19
Important Safety Instructions .................................. 3
Electrical Requirements .......................................... 3
Adapting Blower
for Recirculation ..........................20, 21
Hood Exhaust ...................................................... 4, 5
Mount the Oven ............................21, 22
Damage – Shipment/Installation.............................. 6
Installing the Charcoal Filter ..............22
Parts Included.......................................................... 6
Before You Use Your Oven.................................... 23
Tools You Will Need ................................................ 7
Mounting Space ...................................................... 7
Step-by-step installation guide
Placement of Mounting Plate ............................ 8–10
Removing the Mounting Plate ...................... 8
Finding the Wall Studs .................................. 8
Determining Wall Plate Location .................. 9
Aligning the Wall Plate................................ 10
Installation Types.............................................. 11–22
A Outside Top Exhaust ............................ 12–14
Attach Mounting Plate to Wall ............12
Preparation of Top Cabinet ................13
Checking for Proper Damper
Operation ............................................13
Mount the Microwave Oven ..........13, 14
Adjust the Exhaust Adaptor ................14
Connecting Ductwork..........................14
B Outside Back Exhaust ............................ 15–18
Preparing Rear Wall for
Outside Back Exhaust..........................15
Attach Mounting Plate to Wall ......15, 16
Preparation of Top Cabinet ................16
Adapting Blower for Outside
Back Exhaust....................................16, 17
Mount the Oven ..................................18
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Installation Instructions
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
This product requires a three-prong grounded outlet.
The installer must perform a ground continuity check
on the power outlet box before beginning the
installation to insure that the outlet box is properly
grounded. If not properly grounded, or if the outlet
box does not meet electrical requirements noted
(under ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS), a qualified
electrician should be employed to correct any
deficiencies.
CAUTION: For personal
safety, remove house fuse
or open circuit breaker
before beginning
installation to avoid severe
or fatal shock injury.
You should have the wall receptacle and circuit checked
by a qualified electrician to make sure the receptacle is
properly grounded.
Where a standard two-prong wall receptacle is
encountered, it is very important to have it replaced
with a properly grounded three-prong wall receptacle,
installed by a qualified electrician.
DO NOT, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES, CUT,
DEFORM OR REMOVE ANY OF THE PRONGS
FROM THE POWER CORD. DO NOT USE WITH
AN EXTENSION CORD.
ELECTRICAL
REQUIREMENTS
Product rating is 120 volts AC, 60 Hertz, 15 amps and
1.5 kilowatts. This product must be connected to a
supply circuit of the proper voltage and frequency.
Wire size must conform to the requirements of the
National Electrical Code or the prevailing local
code for this kilowatt rating. The power supply
cord and plug should be brought to a separate
15 to 20 ampere branch circuit single grounded
outlet. The outlet box should be located in the
cabinet above the oven. The outlet box and supply
circuit should be installed by a qualified electrician
and conform to the National Electrical Code or the
prevailing local code.
CAUTION: For personal safety, the mounting surface
must be capable of supporting the cabinet load, in
addition to the added weight of this 63–85 pound
(28.5–38.5 kg) product, plus additional oven loads of
up to 50 pounds (22.7 kg) or a total weight of
113–135 pounds (51.3–61.2 kg).
CAUTION: For personal safety, this product cannot
be installed in cabinet arrangements such as an island or
a peninsula. It must be mounted to BOTH a top cabinet
AND a wall.
NOTE: For easier installation and personal safety, it is
recommended that two people install this product.
IMPORTANT – PLEASE READ CAREFULLY. FOR
PERSONAL SAFETY, THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE
PROPERLY GROUNDED TO AVOID SEVERE OR
FATAL SHOCK.
The power cord of this
appliance is equipped with a
three-prong (grounding)
plug which mates with a
standard three-prong
(grounding) wall receptacle
to minimize the possibility
of electric shock hazard
from this appliance.
Ensure proper
ground exists
before use
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Installation Instructions
HOOD EXHAUST
NOTE: Read these next two pages only if you plan to vent your exhaust to the
outside. If you plan to recirculate the air back into the room, proceed to page 6.
OUTSIDE TOP EXHAUST (EXAMPLE ONLY)
The following chart describes an example of one possible
ductwork installation.
EQUIVALENT
LENGTH
x
NUMBER
USED
=
EQUIVALENT
LENGTH
Roof Cap
24 Ft. (7.3 m)
x
(1)
=
24 Ft. (7.3 m)
12 Ft. (3.6 m) Straight Duct
(6”/15.2 cm Round)
12 Ft. (3.6 m)
x
(1)
=
12 Ft. (3.6 m)
Rectangular-to-Round
Transition Adaptor*
5 Ft. (1.5 m)
x
(1)
=
5 Ft. (1.5 m)
Total Length
=
41 Ft. (12.5 m)
DUCT PIECES
Equivalent lengths of duct pieces are based on actual tests and
reflect requirements for good venting performance with any vent hood.
* IMPORTANT: If a rectangular-to-round transition adaptor is used, the bottom corners of the damper
will have to be cut to fit, using the tin snips, in order to allow free movement of the damper.
OUTSIDE BACK EXHAUST (EXAMPLE ONLY)
The following chart describes an example of one possible
ductwork installation.
EQUIVALENT
LENGTH*
x
NUMBER
USED
=
EQUIVALENT
LENGTH
Wall Cap
40 Ft. (12.2 m)
x
(1)
=
40 Ft. (12.2 m)
3 Ft. Straight Duct
(31⁄4” x 10”/8.2 x 25.4 cm
Rectangular)
3 Ft. (0.9 m)
x
(1)
=
3 Ft. (0.9 m)
90° Elbow
10 Ft. (3 m)
x
(2)
=
20 Ft. (6.1 m)
Total Length
=
63 Ft. (19.2 m)
DUCT PIECES
Equivalent lengths of duct pieces are based on actual tests and
reflect requirements for good venting performance with any vent hood.
NOTE: For back exhaust, care should be taken to align exhaust with space between studs, or wall should be prepared
at the time it is constructed by leaving enough space between the wall studs to accommodate exhaust.
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Installation Instructions
Maximum duct length:
NOTE: If you need to install ducts, note that the total
duct length of 31⁄4” x 10” (8.2 x 25.4 cm) rectangular or
6” (15.2 cm) diameter round duct should not exceed
140 equivalent feet (42.7 m).
Outside ventilation requires a HOOD EXHAUST DUCT.
Read the following carefully.
NOTE: It is important that venting be installed using
the most direct route and with as few elbows as possible.
This ensures clear venting of exhaust and helps prevent
blockages. Also, make sure dampers swing freely and
nothing is blocking the ducts.
For satisfactory air movement, the total duct length of
31⁄4” x 10” (8.2 x 25.4 cm) rectangular or 6” (15.2 cm)
diameter round duct should not exceed 140 equivalent
feet (42.7 m).
Elbows, transitions, wall and roof caps,
etc., present additional resistance to airflow and are
equivalent to a section of straight duct which is longer
than their actual physical size. When calculating the total
duct length, add the equivalent lengths of all transitions
and adaptors plus the length of all straight duct sections.
The chart below shows you how to calculate total
equivalent ductwork length using the approximate feet
of equivalent length of some typical ducts.
Exhaust connection:
The hood exhaust has been designed to mate with
a standard 31⁄4” x 10” (8.2 x 25.4 cm) rectangular duct.
If a round duct is required, a rectangular-to-round
transition adaptor must be used. Do not use less than
a 6” (15.2 cm) diameter duct.
EQUIVALENT
LENGTH
x
NUMBER
USED
=
Rectangular-to-Round
Transition Adaptor*
5 Ft. (1.5 m)
x
( )
=
Ft. or m
Wall Cap
40 Ft. (12.2 m)
x
( )
=
Ft. or m
90° Elbow
10 Ft. (3 m)
x
( )
=
Ft. or m
45° Elbow
5 Ft. (1.5 m)
x
( )
=
Ft. or m
90° Elbow
25 Ft. (7.6 m)
x
( )
=
Ft. or m
45° Elbow
5 Ft. (1.5 m)
x
( )
=
Ft. or m
Roof Cap
24 Ft. (7.3 m)
x
( )
=
Ft. or m
Straight Duct 6“ (15.2 cm)
Round or 31⁄4“ x 10“
(8.2 x 25.4 cm) Rectangular
1 Ft. (0.3 m)
x
( )
=
Ft. or m
=
Ft. or m
DUCT PIECES
Total Ductwork
* IMPORTANT: If a rectangular-to-round transition
adaptor is used, the bottom corners of the damper
will have to be cut to fit, using the tin snips, in order
to allow free movement of the damper.
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EQUIVALENT
LENGTH
Equivalent lengths of duct pieces are based on actual tests
and reflect requirements for good venting performance with
any vent hood.
Installation Instructions
PARTS INCLUDED
DAMAGE—SHIPMENT/
INSTALLATION
ADDITIONAL PARTS
• If the unit is damaged in shipment, return the
PART
unit to the store in which it was bought for repair
or replacement.
• If the unit is damaged by the customer, repair or
replacement is the responsibility of the customer.
• If the unit is damaged by the installer (if other
than the customer), repair or replacement must
be made by arrangement between customer
and installer.
QUANTITY
TOP CABINET TEMPLATE
1/4” (0.9 cm) TO EDGE
12”
(30.5 cm)
4”
(10.2 cm)
F. CUT OUT FOR HORIZONTAL
OUTSIDE EXHAUST
Top Cabinet
Template
1
Rear Wall
Template
1
Installation
Instructions
1
Separately
Packed
Grease
Filters
2
REAR WALL TEMPLATE
PARTS INCLUDED
INSTALL
AT
INSTRUC ION
TIONS
HARDWARE PACKET
PART
QUANTITY
Wood Screws
(1⁄4“ x 2“)
2
Toggle Bolts (and
wing nuts) (1⁄4“ x 3“)
4
Self-Aligning Machine
Screws (1⁄4“-28 x 31⁄4“)
2
Self-Aligning Machine
Screw (1⁄4“-28 x 25⁄8“)
1
Nylon Grommet
(for metal cabinets)
2
Exhaust Adaptor
1
Damper
1
Metal Screws
(1⁄8“ x 1⁄2“)
1 black
2 bronze
Power Cord Strap
(plastic)
1
You will find the installation hardware contained in
a packet with the unit. Check to make sure you have
all these parts.
NOTE: Some extra parts are included.
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TOOLS YOU WILL NEED
Pencil
#1 and #2 Phillips screwdriver
Tin snips (for cutting
damper, if required)
Ruler or tape measure and
straight edge
Scissors
(to cut template, if necessary)
Electric drill with 3⁄16“, 7⁄16“
⁄ “ and 5⁄8“ drill bits
12
Carpenter square
(optional)
Filler blocks or scrap
wood pieces, if needed
for top cabinet spacing
(used on recessed bottom
cabinet installations only)
Gloves
Saw (saber, hole or keyhole)
Stud finder or
Safety goggles
Level
Hammer (optional)
Duct and masking tape
MOUNTING SPACE
Bottom Edge of
Cabinet Needs to
be 30″ (76.2 cm)
or More from the
Cooking Surface
161⁄4“ (41.3 cm)
30“ (76.2 cm)
2“ (5.1 cm)
30“
(76.2 cm)
min.
Backsplash
66″ (167.6 cm)
or More from
the Floor to the
Top of the oven
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NOTES:
• The space between the cabinets must be
30“ (76.2 cm) wide and free of obstructions.
• If the space between the cabinets is greater
than 30“ (76.2 cm), a Filler Panel Kit may be
used to fill in the gap between the microwave
oven and the cabinets. Your Owner’s Manual
contains the kit number for your model.
• This oven is for installation over ranges up to 36“
(91.4 cm) wide.
• If you are going to vent your oven to the outside,
see Hood Exhaust Section for exhaust duct
preparation.
• When installing the oven beneath smooth, flat
cabinets, be careful to follow the instructions on
the top cabinet template for power cord
clearance.
• The depth of the opening cannot be more than
13-1/2” (34.3 cm).
Installation Instructions
1 PLACEMENT OF THE MOUNTING PLATE
A. REMOVING THE OVEN FROM
THE CARTON/REMOVING THE
MOUNTING PLATE
B. FINDING THE WALL STUDS
1 Remove the box containing the installation
instructions, filters, exhaust adaptor, damper and
the small hardware bag. Do not remove the
Styrofoam protecting the front of the oven.
Wall
Studs
2 Fold back all 4 carton flaps fully against carton
sides. Then carefully roll the oven and carton over
onto the top side. The oven should be resting in
the Styrofoam.
Center
1 Find the studs, using one of the following
methods:
A. Stud finder – a magnetic device which
locates nails.
OR
B. Use a hammer to tap lightly across the
mounting surface to find a solid sound.
This will indicate a stud location.
2 After locating the stud(s), find the center by
probing the wall with a small nail to find the edges
of the stud. Then place a mark halfway between
the edges. The center of any adjacent studs should
be 16″ (40.6 cm) or 24″ (61 cm) from this mark.
3 Draw a line down the center of the studs.
THE OVEN MUST BE CONNECTED TO AT
LEAST ONE WALL STUD.
Carton
Styrofoam
3 Pull the carton up and off the oven.
4 The mounting plate is attached to the back of the
oven. Remove the two screws holding it to the oven.
The plate will be used as the rear wall template and
for mounting the oven to the wall.
5 Set the oven upright. Remove and properly discard
plastic bags and Styrofoam.
6 Open the oven door and remove the styrofoam
pack from inside the oven. Remove the tape
covering the turntable hub.
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Installation Instructions
C. DETERMINING WALL PLATE LOCATION UNDER YOUR CABINET
Plate position—beneath framed recessed
cabinet bottom
Plate position—beneath flat bottom
cabinet
Mounting Plate Tabs
Touching the Cabinet Bottom
Mounting Plate Tabs
Touching the Back Frame
30″ (76.2 cm)
to Cooktop
At least 30″ (76.2 cm),
up to 36″ (91.4 cm)
Plate position—beneath recessed bottom
cabinet with front overhang
Your cabinets may have decorative trim that
interferes with the oven installation. Remove
the decorative trim to install the oven properly and to
make it level.
THE OVEN MUST BE LEVEL.
Use a level to make sure the cabinet bottom is level.
Mounting Plate with
Tabs Below Cabinet
Bottom the Same
Distance as the Front
Overhang Depth
If the cabinets have a front overhang only, with no
back or side frame, install the mounting plate down
the same distance as the front overhang depth. This
will keep the oven level.
1 Measure the inside depth of the front overhang.
2 Draw a horizontal line on the back wall an equal
distance below the cabinet bottom as the inside
depth of the front overhang.
3 For this type of installation with front overhang only,
align the mounting tabs with this horizontal line, not
touching the cabinet bottom as described in Step D.
30″ (76.2 cm)
to Cooktop
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D. ALIGNING THE WALL PLATE
Hole B
Hole A
Draw a Vertical
Line on Wall
from Center of
Top Cabinet
Hole C
CAUTION: Wear gloves
to avoid cutting fingers on
sharp edges.
Hole D
Area E
1 Draw a vertical line on the wall at the center of the
30″ (76.2 cm) wide space.
2 Use the mounting plate as the template for the rear
wall. Place the mounting plate on the wall, making
sure that the tabs are touching the bottom of the
cabinet or the level line drawn in Step C for cabinets
with front overhang. Line up the notch and center line
on the mounting plate to the center line on the wall.
While holding the mounting plate with one hand,
3 draw circles on the wall at holes A, B, C and D
(see illustration above/actual plate marked with
arrows). Four holes must be used for mounting.
NOTE: Holes C and D are inside area E. If neither
C nor D is in a stud, find a stud somewhere in area E
and draw a fifth circle to line up with the stud. It is
important to use at least one wood screw mounted
firmly in a stud to support the weight of the microwave.
Set the mounting plate aside.
4 Drill holes on the circles. If there is a stud, drill a 3⁄16″
hole for wood screws. For holes that don’t line up with
a stud, drill a 5⁄8″ hole for toggle bolts.
NOTE: DO NOT MOUNT THE PLATE AT
THIS TIME.
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2
INSTALLATION TYPES
(Choose A, B or C)
This oven is designed for adaptation to the following
3 types of ventilation:
A. Outside Top Exhaust (Vertical Duct)
B. Outside Back Exhaust (Horizontal Duct)
C. Recirculating (Non-Vented Ductless)
A
NOTE: This oven is shipped assembled for Outside Top
Exhaust. Select the type of ventilation required for your
installation and proceed to that section.
OUTSIDE TOP EXHAUST
(VERTICAL DUCT)
B
OUTSIDE BACK EXHAUST
(HORIZONTAL DUCT)
Adaptor in Place for
Outside Top Exhaust
See page 12
See page 15
C
RECIRCULATING
(NON-VENTED DUCTLESS)
A Charcoal filter Accessory Kit
is required for the non-vented
exhaust. (See your Owner's
Manual for kit number.)
See page 19
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Installation Instructions
A OUTSIDE TOP EXHAUST
(Vertical Duct)
INSTALLATION OVERVIEW
A1. Attach Mounting Plate to Wall
A2. Prepare Top Cabinet
A3. Install Adapter
A4. Mount Oven
A5. Adjust Exhaust Adaptor
A6. Connect Ductwork
To use toggle bolts:
A1. ATTACH THE MOUNTING
PLATE TO THE WALL
Mounting
Plate
Spacing for Toggles
More Than Wall
Thickness
Toggle Wings
Toggle
Bolt
Wall
Bolt End
3 Place the mounting plate against the wall and
insert the toggle wings into the holes in the wall
to mount the plate.
NOTE: Before tightening toggle bolts and wood
screw, make sure the tabs on the mounting plate
touch the bottom of the cabinet when pushed
flush against the wall and that the plate is properly
centered under the cabinet.
CAUTION: Be careful to avoid pinching fingers
between the back of the mounting plate and the wall.
4 Tighten all bolts. Pull the plate away from the wall
to help tighten the bolts.
Attach the plate to the wall using toggle bolts.
At least one wood screw must be used to attach
the plate to a wall stud.
1 Remove the toggle wings from the bolts.
2 Insert the bolts into the mounting plate
through the holes designated to go into drywall
and reattach the toggle wings to 3⁄4″ (2 cm) onto
each bolt.
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A2. USE TOP CABINET TEMPLATE
FOR PREPARATION OF TOP
CABINET
A4. MOUNT THE OVEN
You need to drill holes for the top support screws, a
hole large enough for the power cord to fit through,
and a cutout large enough for the exhaust adaptor.
FOR EASIER INSTALLATION AND PERSONAL
SAFETY, WE RECOMMEND THAT TWO PEOPLE
INSTALL THIS OVEN.
IMPORTANT: Do not grip or use handle
during installation.
NOTE: If your cabinet is metal, use the nylon
grommet around the power cord hole to prevent
cutting of the cord.
NOTE: We recommend using filler blocks if the
cabinet front hangs below the cabinet bottom shelf.
• Read the instructions on the TOP CABINET
TEMPLATE.
IMPORTANT: If filler blocks are
not used, case damage may occur from
overtightening screws.
• Tape it underneath the top cabinet.
• Drill the holes, following the instructions on the
TOP CABINET TEMPLATE.
NOTE: When mounting the
oven, thread power cord
through hole in bottom of
top cabinet. Keep it tight
throughout Steps 1–3.
Do not pinch cord or lift
oven by pulling cord.
CAUTION: Wear safety goggles when drilling holes
in the cabinet bottom.
A3. ASSEMBLE AND
INSTALL ADAPTOR
Damper
1 Lift oven, tilt it
forward, and hook
slots at back bottom
edge onto four lower
tabs of mounting
plate.
Exhaust
Adaptor
Blower Plate
Back of
Oven
2 Rotate front of oven
up against cabinet
bottom.
1 Place the oven in its upright position, with the top
of the unit facing up.
2 Insert the tabs on each side of the damper into the
holes at the inside rear of the adaptor.
3 Attach the exhaust adaptor to the blower plate with
the two bronze metal screws provided.
Make sure that the damper pivots easily before
mounting oven.
You will need to make adjustments to assure proper
alignment with your house exhaust duct after the
oven is installed.
3 Insert a self-aligning screw through top center
cabinet hole. Temporarily secure the oven by
turning the screw at least two full turns after the
threads have engaged. (It will be completely
tightened later.) Be sure to keep power cord
tight. Be careful not to pinch the cord, especially
when mounting flush to bottom of cabinet.
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A4. MOUNT THE OVEN (continued)
A5. ADJUST THE EXHAUST
ADAPTOR
Open the top cabinet and adjust the exhaust adaptor
to connect to the house duct.
Cabinet Front
Cabinet Bottom Shelf
Filler Block
Damper
Equivalent
to Depth
of Cabinet
Recess
Back of
oven
Self-Aligning Screw
Oven Top
4 Attach the oven to the top cabinet.
5 Insert 2 self-aligning screws
(1⁄4”-28 x 31⁄4”) through outer
top cabinet holes. Turn two
full turns on each screw.
A6. CONNECTING DUCTWORK
House Duct
6 Tighten center
screw (1⁄4”-28 x 25⁄8”)
completely.
7 Tighten the outer two screws to the top of the
oven. (While tightening screws, hold the oven in
place against the wall and the top cabinet.)
1 Extend the house duct down to connect to
the exhaust adaptor.
2 Seal exhaust duct joints using duct tape.
8 Install grease filters. See the Owner’s Manual
packed with the oven.
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Installation Instructions
B OUTSIDE BACK EXHAUST
(Horizontal Duct)
INSTALLATION OVERVIEW
B1.
B2.
B3.
B4.
B5.
Prepare Rear Wall
Attach Mounting Plate to Wall
Prepare Top Cabinet
Adjust Blower
Mount the Oven
B2. ATTACH THE MOUNTING
PLATE TO THE WALL
B1. PREPARING THE REAR WALL
FOR OUTSIDE BACK EXHAUST
You need to cut an opening in the rear wall for
outside exhaust.
Attach the plate to the wall using toggle bolts.
At least one wood screw must be used to attach
the plate to a wall stud.
1 Remove the toggle wings from the bolts.
2 Insert the bolts into the mounting plate through
the holes designated to go into drywall and reattach
the toggle wings to 3⁄4″ (2 cm) onto each bolt.
• Read the instructions on the REAR
•
•
WALL TEMPLATE.
Tape it to the rear wall, lining up with the
holes previously drilled for holes A and B
in the wall plate.
Cut the opening, following the instructions of the
REAR WALL TEMPLATE.
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To use toggle bolts:
Mounting
Plate
B4. ADAPTING BLOWER FOR
OUTSIDE BACK EXHAUST
Spacing for Toggles More
Than Wall Thickness
Toggle Wings
Toggle
Bolt
Wall
1 Remove the three screws that hold the blower
plate to the oven. Slide blower plate from under
its retaining flange. Remove and save the screw
that holds blower motor to oven.
Retaining
Flange
Blower Plate
Bolt End
Blower Motor
Screw
3 Place the mounting plate against the wall and
insert the toggle wings into the holes in the wall
to mount the plate.
NOTE: Before tightening toggle bolts and wood
screw, make sure the tabs on the mounting plate
touch the bottom of the cabinet when pushed flush
against the wall and that the plate is properly
centered under the cabinet.
CAUTION: Be careful to avoid pinching fingers
between the back of the mounting plate and the wall.
4 Tighten all bolts. Pull the plate away from the wall
to help tighten the bolts.
2 Carefully pull out the blower unit. The wires
will extend far enough to allow you to adjust
the blower unit.
BEFORE: Fan Blade
Openings Facing Up
End B
End A
B3. USE TOP CABINET TEMPLATE
FOR PREPARATION OF TOP
CABINET
3 Rotate blower unit counterclockwise 180°.
Before Rotation
After Rotation
You need to drill holes for the top support screws and
a hole large enough for the power cord to fit through.
Back of
Oven
Back of
Oven
4 Gently remove the wires from the grooves.
Reroute the wires through grooves on other side
of the blower unit.
• Read the instructions on the TOP CABINET
Before Rerouting
After Rerouting
Wires Routed Through Right Side
Wires Routed Through Left Side
TEMPLATE.
• Tape it underneath the top cabinet.
• Drill the holes, following the instructions on the
TOP CABINET TEMPLATE.
CAUTION: Wear safety goggles when drilling holes
in the cabinet bottom.
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5 Roll the blower unit 90° so that fan blade
openings are facing out the back of the oven.
Before Rolling
8 Replace the blower plate in the same position
as before with the screws.
Blower Plate Screws
Blower Plate
After Rolling
Back of Oven
Back of
Oven
9 Insert the tabs on each side of the damper into
the holes at the inside rear of the adaptor.
Back of
Oven
6 Locate the two “knockout” plates, on the rear
oven panel, near the top of the oven.
Using tin snips, carefully cut the web area from
the two holes side-by-side (that secure the
knockouts to the oven). Cut all four webs on both
rear knockouts; this will allow the ventilation fan
airflow to exhaust out the rear of the oven.
CAUTION: Be sure to trim the sharp edges from
the openings after removing the knockout plates.
Exhaust
Adaptor
Oven Rear Panel
10 Attach the exhaust adaptor to the rear of the
oven by sliding it into the guides at the top
center of the back of the oven.
Snip all 4 webs
on each knockout
panel and remove
the metal knockouts
for rear airflow.
Slide exhaust
adaptor into
guides on
oven rear.
7 Place the blower unit back into the opening.
AFTER: Fan
Blade Openings
Facing Back
Damper
(hinge side up)
Exhaust Adaptor
Back of Oven
Screws
End A
Locking
Tabs
End B
Guides
Push in securely until it is in the lower locking
tabs. Take care to assure the damper hinge is
installed so that it is at the top and that the
damper swings freely.
CAUTION: Do not pull or stretch the blower
unit wiring. Make sure the wires are not pinched.
NOTE: The blower unit exhaust openings should
match exhaust openings on rear of oven.
11 Secure the exhaust adaptor to the oven with the
two bronze metal screws provided.
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Installation Instructions
Cabinet Front
B5. MOUNT THE MICROWAVE
OVEN
Cabinet Bottom Shelf
Filler Block
Equivalent
to Depth
of Cabinet
Recess
Self-Aligning Screw
FOR EASIER INSTALLATION AND PERSONAL
SAFETY, WE RECOMMEND THAT TWO PEOPLE
INSTALL THIS MICROWAVE OVEN.
Oven Top
4 Attach the oven to the top cabinet.
IMPORTANT: Do not grip or use handle
during installation.
5 Insert 2 self-aligning screws
(1⁄4”-28 x 31⁄4”) through outer
top cabinet holes. Turn two
full turns on each screw.
NOTE: If your cabinet is metal, use the nylon
grommet around the power cord hole to prevent
cutting of the cord.
NOTE: We recommend using filler blocks if the
cabinet front hangs below the cabinet bottom shelf.
IMPORTANT: If filler blocks are not
used, case damage may occur from over
tightening screws.
NOTE: When mounting the
oven, thread power cord
through hole in bottom of
top cabinet. Keep it tight
throughout Steps 1–3. Do
not pinch cord or lift oven
by pulling cord.
6 Tighten center
screw (1⁄4”-28 x 25⁄8”)
completely.
1 Lift oven, tilt it
forward, and hook
slots at back bottom
edge onto two lower
tabs of mounting
plate.
7 Tighten the outer two screws to the top of the
oven. (While tightening screws, hold the oven
in place against the wall and the top cabinet.)
2 Rotate front of oven
up against cabinet
bottom.
8 Install grease filters. See the Owner’s Manual
packed with the oven.
3 Insert a self-aligning screw through top center
cabinet hole. Temporarily secure the oven by
turning the screw at least two full turns after the
threads have engaged. (It will be completely
tightened later.) Be sure to keep power cord
tight. Be careful not to pinch the cord, especially
when mounting flush to bottom of cabinet.
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Installation Instructions
C RECIRCULATING
(Non-Vented Ductless)
INSTALLATION OVERVIEW
C1. Attach Mounting Plate to Wall
C2. Prepare Top Cabinet
C3. Adjust Blower
C4. Mount the Oven
C5. Install Charcoal Filter (not supplied)
3 Place the mounting plate against the wall and
insert the toggle wings into the holes in the wall
to mount the plate.
NOTE: Before tightening toggle bolts and wood
screw, make sure the tabs on the mounting plate
touch the bottom of the cabinet when pushed flush
against the wall and that the plate is properly
centered under the cabinet.
CAUTION: Be careful to avoid pinching fingers
between the back of the mounting plate and the wall.
4 Tighten all bolts. Pull the plate away from the wall
to help tighten the bolts.
C1. ATTACH THE MOUNTING
PLATE TO THE WALL
C2. USE TOP CABINET TEMPLATE
FOR PREPARATION OF TOP
CABINET
Attach the plate to the wall using toggle bolts.
At least one wood screw must be used to attach
the plate to a wall stud.
1 Remove the toggle wings from the bolts.
2 Insert the bolts into the mounting plate through
the holes designated to go into drywall and
reattach the toggle wings to 3⁄4″ (2 cm) onto
each bolt.
You need to drill holes for the top support screws and
a hole large enough for the power cord to fit through.
To use toggle bolts:
Mounting
Plate
Spacing for Toggles
More Than Wall
Thickness
Toggle Wings
Toggle
Bolt
•
Read the instructions on the TOP CABINET
TEMPLATE.
• Tape it underneath the top cabinet.
• Drill the holes, following the instructions on the
TOP CABINET TEMPLATE.
CAUTION: Wear safety goggles when drilling holes
in the cabinet bottom.
Wall
Bolt End
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C3. ADAPTING BLOWER
FOR RECIRCULATION
3 Carefully pull out the blower unit. The wires
will extend far enough to allow you to adjust the
blower unit.
NOTE: The exhaust adaptor with damper is not
needed for recirculating models. You may want to
save them for possible future use.
1 Remove and save screws that hold blower plate to
the oven.
Blower Plate Screws
4 Roll the blower unit 90° so that fan blade openings
are facing toward the front of the oven.
Back of
Oven
BEFORE: Fan Blade
Openings Facing Up
2 Slide the blower plate from under its retaining
flange and lift it off. Remove and save screw that
holds the blower motor to oven.
Retaining
Flange
Roll
Blower Plate
Blower Motor
Screw
AFTER: Fan Blade
Openings Facing
Forward
NOTE: Make sure wires remain routed in the
grooves of the motor frame.
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C3. ADAPTING BLOWER FOR
RECIRCULATION (continued)
NOTE: When mounting the
oven, thread power cord
through hole in bottom of
top cabinet. Keep it tight
throughout Steps 1–3. Do
not pinch cord or lift oven
by pulling cord.
5 Place the blower unit back into the opening.
CAUTION: Do not pull or stretch the blower unit
wiring. Make sure the wires are not pinched.
6 Secure blower unit to oven with the screw
removed in Step 2. Insert the screw in bottom
right screw hole on the back of the oven.
1 Lift oven, tilt
it forward, and hook
slots at back bottom
edge onto four lower
tabs of mounting
plate.
2 Rotate front of oven
up against cabinet
bottom.
7 Replace blower plate with the screws removed in
Step 1.
Blower Plate Screws
3 Insert a self-aligning screw through top center
cabinet hole. Temporarily secure the oven by
turning the screw at least two full turns after the
threads have engaged. (It will be completely
tightened later.) Be sure to keep power cord
tight. Be careful not to pinch the cord, especially
when mounting flush to bottom of cabinet.
Back of Oven
Blower Motor
Screw
Cabinet Front
Cabinet Bottom Shelf
Filler Block
C4. MOUNT THE OVEN
Equivalent to Depth
of Cabinet Recess
Self-Aligning Screw
Oven Top
FOR EASIER INSTALLATION AND PERSONAL
SAFETY, WE RECOMMEND THAT TWO PEOPLE
INSTALL THIS OVEN.
4 Attach the oven to the top cabinet.
IMPORTANT: Do not grip or use handle
during installation.
NOTE: If your cabinet is metal, use the nylon
grommet around the power cord hole to prevent
cutting of the cord.
NOTE: We recommend using filler blocks if the
cabinet front hangs below the cabinet bottom shelf.
IMPORTANT: If filler blocks are not used,
case damage may occur from over tightening
screws.
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C6. INSTALLING THE
CHARCOAL FILTER
C5. MOUNT THE OVEN (continued)
1 Remove 2 screws on top of oven, just above the
grille panel, using a Phillips screwdriver. Remove
one screw on the left side.
2 Open the door.
3 Remove the grille.
5 Insert 2 self-aligning screws
(1⁄4”-28 x 31⁄4”) through outer
top cabinet holes. Turn two
full turns on each screw.
Screws
Side
Screw
6 Tighten center
screw (1⁄4”-28 x 25⁄8”)
completely.
4 Insert the filter into the oven as shown,
maneuvering it behind the plastic grille until it fits
squarely into place. It will rest at an angle behind
the plastic grille on two side support tabs and in
front of the right rear tab. When properly
installed, the wire mesh of the filter should be
visible from the front.
7 Tighten the outer two screws to the top of the
oven. (While tightening screws, hold the oven in
place against the wall and the top cabinet.)
8 Install grease filters. See the Owner’s Manual
packed with the oven.
5 Replace the grille and the 2 top screws.
6 Close the door and replace left side screw.
Insert mesh-side down
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BEFORE YOU USE YOUR MICROWAVE
1.
Make sure the oven has been installed
according to instructions.
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Remove all packing material from the oven.
3.
Install turntable and wheeled ring in cavity.
4.
Replace house fuse or turn breaker back on.
5.
Plug power cord into a dedicated 15 to 20 amp
electrical outlet.
Read the Owner’s Manual.
7.
KEEP INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
FOR THE LOCAL INSPECTOR’S USE.
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