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INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS.
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KitchenAid@
30” BUlLT4N
MICROWAVE/HOOD
MICROWAVE-CONVECTION HOOD
MODEL: KHMS 105
MODEL: KHMC 106
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Installation
instructions
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INTRODUCTION
Please read all instructions
in-iall this product.
thoroughly
before installing
Microwave/Hood
If a new electrical outlet is required, it should be connected
-1 is installed.
by a qualified
System. TWO PEOPLE are required
electrician
before the MicrowaveB-lood
to
MOUNTING
Microwave/Hood
SPACE
System
requires
mounting
space on a wall
as shown
,30”
below.
OR MORE
FROM COOKING
SURFACE
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BACKSPLASH
66” OR MORE
FROM
FLOOR
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J
For removal of the Microwave/Hood
System bottom cover for cleaning
or servicing,
a 2-inch space
necessary between the top of the range backsplash
and the bottom of the Microwave/Hood
System.
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is
. WALL CONSTRUCTION
Microwave/Hood
System should be mounted against and supported
by a flat, vertical wall: If wall is not
flat, use spacers to fill gaps. Mounting
plate must be flat for proper installation.
Wall construction
should
be a minimum
of 2” x 4” wood studding and 3/S” or more thick dry wall or plaster/lath.
The unit must be
attached
to a minimum
of one 2” x 4” wall stud.
For proper installation,
the wal-I must be capable of supporting
weight of product and load weight allowance
of SO pounds).
To find studs,.use
one of the following
-
a magnetic
4
ctud Finder
B.
Use a hammer to tap lightly
stud installation.
device
a minimum
of 140 pounds
(the 90 pound
methods:
which
locates
nails
across the mounting
surface
to find a solid sound.
This will
x 4” WOOD
indicate
STUDS
31Sf’ DRY WALL
or
PLASTER/LATH
The center of the stud can be located by probing the wall with a small nail to find the edges of the stud
and then placing a mark half way between the edges. The center of any adjacent studs will be 16” or 24”
from this mark.
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a
. ELECTRICAL SERViCE
Visual check after unpacking.
Remove all packing material from the oven cavity.
Check the oven for any damage, such as misaligned door, damaged ,gaskets around door or dents inside the oven
cavity or on the door. of fhere is any damage, please do not operate the oven until it has been checked by an
Authorized KitchenAid Servicer and any repairs made, if necessary.
GROUNDING
INSTRUCTIONS:
This appliance
must be grounded.
In the event of an electrical
short circuit, grounding
reduces the risk of
electric shock by providing
an escape wire for the electric current. This appliance
is equipped
with a cord
having a grounding
wire with a grounding
plug. The plug must be plugged into an outlet that is properly
installed
and grounded.
WARNING
-
Improper
use of the grounding
plug can result
in a risk of electric
shock
If it is necessary to use an extension cord, use only a 3-wire extension cord that has a 3-blade grounding
plug, and a 3-slot receptacle
that will accept the plug on the appliance.
The marked rating of the extension cord should be AC 115-120 Volt, 15 Amp. or more.
The extension
cord should
hang over edge of cabinet
be located
or in front
in the cabinet above
of cooking surface.
the Microwave/Hood
Consult a qualified
electrician
or serviceman
if the grounding
instructions
or if doubt exists as to whether the appliance
is properly
grounded.
System.
are not completely
It should
not
understood,
The power supply cord and plug must be connected
to a separate AC 120-Volt, 60 Hz, 15 or 20 Amp.
branch circuit, single grounded
receptacle.
The receptacle
should be located inside the cabinet directly
above the Microwave/Hood
System mounting
location.
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HOOD
Outside
EXHAUST
ventilation
requires
DUCT
HOOD
EXHAUST
EXHAUST CONNECTION:
The
3-x” x 10” rectangular
duct.
hood
DUCT.
exhaust
Read the following
has been
If round duct is required,
a rectangular-to-round
less than a 6” diameter
duct.
transition
designed
adaptor
carefully.
to mate
with
a standard
must be used. DO not use
REAR EXHAUST: If rear or horizontal
exhaust is to be used, 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 wall studs to accommodate
exhaust.
MAXIMUM
rectangular
DUCT LENGTH: For satisfactory
air movement,
or 6” diameter
round duct should not exceed
ELBOWS, TRANSITIONS,
WALL and ROOF CAPS, etc.
equivalent
to a section of straight duct which is longer
the total duct length add the equivalent
lengths of all
straight duct sections. The diagram
below shows the
typical ducts.
EXHAUST
@a
duct length.of
3-x”
x 10”
present additional
resistance to air flow and are
than their actual physical size. When calculating
transitions
and adaptors
plus the lengths of all
approximate
feet of equivalent
length of some
DUCT
90° ELBOW
10 FT.
45O ELBOW
5 FT.
10” WIDE ELBOW
10 FT.
90’ ELBOW
25 FT.
WALL CAP
40 FT.
the total
140 feet.
TRANSITION
ADAPTOR
5 FT.
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ROOF CAP
24 FT.
6
4.5O ELBOW
5 FT.
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‘TOOLS RECOMMENDED
Phillips
l-1/2”
Pencil
Screw -Driver
Electric Drill
5/8”, 3/32” Drill
Wood
Measure
Bit
Tape
Bit
Saw to cut exhaust
Protective
FOR INSTALLATION
drop cloth
opening
(if needed)
for product
and range. You may use part of carton
INSTALLATION
The installation
hardware
for protectim.
HARDWARE
(
@ - @ ) packed
NAME
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@ Wood Screw 5x30mm
0 Toggle Bolts 3/16 inch
0 Screw 5x55mm
@ Flat Washer 30mm Dia.
0 Tapping Screw 4xl2mm
@ Power Cord Hanger
0 Grommet
@ Back Draft Damper
with the product
should include
the following:
QUANTITY
~ -~ -
PREPARATION OF PRODUCT
REMOVING MOUNTING
PLATE
1. Use a portion of the carton or some other material to protect the outercase from being damaged.
2. Stand the unit on its side as shown in Fig. 1.
FRONT
SIDE
/
/
/
CREASE
FILTER
OPENINGS
\
Figure 1
3. Remove and save two hexagonal Philiips head screws (inside grease filter openings) (Fig. 2).
HEXAGONAL
PHILLIPS HEAD
SCREW
Figure 2
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LOWER
HOOKS
LEVERS
SLIDERS
Figure 3
4.
Pull out two levers to release
surface of outercase.
sliders
from hooks. This action
Familiarize
yourself with the operation
of the mountrng
cedure for mounting
the unit to the wall.
Gently
pull mounting
(Mounting
plate
plate
is attached
toward
will release
at both upper
plate
from back
levers so you will be aware of the proper
you and slide it to the right.
to outercase
mounting
and lower
sides,)
pro-
VENTILATION
SYSTEM
.:
MICROWAVE/HOOD
OF VENTILATION
Select
a.
b.
c.
the type
SYSTEM IS DESIGNED
SYSTEMS.
required
for your
OUTSIDE VENTILATION:
OUTSIDE VENTILATION:
RECIRCULATING:
FOR ADAPTATION
TO THE FOLLOWING
THREE (3) TYPES
installation.
Vertical
Exhaust
Horizontal
Exhaust
Non-Vented,
ductless
installation requires use of charcoal filters packed with product.
buur hlicrowave/Hood
System is set for Vertical Exhaust; follow the procedure listed below to attach the Backdraft
Damper if you desire Vertical Exhaust. If you prefer Horizontal Exhaust, proceed to page 11; or for recirculating
exhaust, proceed to page 13.
ADAPTING
HOOD FAN UNIT FOR ALTERNATE EXHAUST
A. OUTSIDE VENTILATION: Vertical Exhaust
The unit is shipped assembled for Vertical Exhaust. Attach the Backdraft Damper on the outer case cabinet with
2 tapping screws provided (Fig. 4). Proceed to Preparation of Wall and Top Cabinet page 14.
Figure 4
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B.
OUTSIDE
VENTILATION:
Horizontal
Exhaust
1. Remove and save 9 screws.
Remove rear stay (Fig. 5).
Figure 5
2. Withdraw
hood fan unit carefully
(Fig. 6).
Figure 6
3. Rotate hood fan unit ‘/4 turn (Fig. 7)
Figure 7
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4. Replace
hood
side inserted
Be careful
fan unit into oven
into opening
-not
unit with
left corner
first, right corner
to pinch
the lead
wire
next.
between
the
back plate and hood fan unit (Fig. 8).
Figure 8
5. Replace
the rear stay.
First, attach
rear stay to unit with
Make
the fan
sure
openings
Safety
blades
are visible
in the rear stay before
Screw
improper
is located
installation.
(Fig. 9).
2 screws
through
on the rear
stay to prevent
Do not remove
this screw.
you cannot
attach
rear stay to the
precisely,
the hood fan unit is improperly
the safety screw will
the
proceeding.
If
back plate
placed and
not line up.
Figure 9
6. Secure,
The
using remaining
hood
fan
unit
7 screws
is now
(Fig. 10).
rotated
for
horizontal
exhaust.
Figure 10
7. See page 15 for Backdraft
Damper
installation.
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t.
RECIRCULATING:
I. Remove
Non-Vented,
and save 9 screws.
Ductless
Remove
rear stay.
(Fig. 5 pg. 11).
2. Withdraw hood fan unit.
(Fig. 6 pg. 11).
3. Change
retainer
4. Rotate
lead
wire
holding
to right side wire
hood
fan
unit
position
from
left
side
wire
(Fig. 11).
retainer
so exhaust
opening
faces
in, to-
Figure 11
wards the upper side of the oven.
Replace hood fan unit
shown (Fig. 12).
Be careful
into
oven
unit
by pressing
it as
that back plate and hood fan unit do not pinch
lead wire.
5. Replace
rear stay.
First, attach
rear stay to unit with
2 screws
(Fig. 9 pg. 12).
Safety
proper
Screw is located on the rear
installation.
Do not remove
cannot attach
hood fan unit
will
rear stay to the back plate precisely,
the
is improperly
placed and the safety screw
not line up. Check
6. Secure using remaining
NOTE:
stay to prevent
imthis screw.
If you
steps 3 & 4 again.
7 screws
Figure 12
(Fig. 10 pg. 12).
Backdraft
Damper
is not required
for recirculating
exhaust.
It is recommended
Damper be saved should outside venting be decided upon at a later time.
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that
the Backdraft
PREPARATION
MOUNTING
OF WALL AND TOP CABINET
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TEMPLATES
CAUTION:
THIS PRODUCT
INSTRUCTIONS
CANNOT
BE PROPERLY
ON BOTH TEMPLATES.
Read and follow mounting information
printed matters packed witlithis oven.
WALL
AND
INSTALLED
on both Top Cabinet
WITHOUT
REFERRING
and Wall Templates.
TO MOUNTING
Templates are included
in the
TOP CABINET
1.
The mounting
area on top cabinet and wall must be capable of supporting
a minimum of 140 pounds.
If wall is not flat, use spacers to fill gaps, Mounting
plate must be flat for proper installation.
2.
Wall space for installation
should be the same as the wall template.
at least 66” from the floor and 30” from the cooking surface.
For easier access
above backsplash
CO TO WALL AND
to the hood
of range.
lamp
TOP CABINET
the bottom
of Microwave/Hood
TEMPLATES.
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Make sure top of wall template
System
should
is
be at least 2”
-MOUNTING PLATE INSTALLATION
1. Separate
2. Insert
toggle bolts from toggle
one
toggle
bolt
nuts.
into each
hole
on the mounting
plate (these holes correspond
to holes A, B, C and D of
the Wall Template)
and put toggle nut onto the toggle
(Fig. 13). If hole
bolt
toggle
is located
in a stud,
do not use
these two
(2) steps. If
MOUNTING/
bolt.
3. If using horizontal
method
exhaust
follow
other than horizontal
1. Attach Backdraft
ing plate
with
OUTSIDE
continue
to step 4.
Damper assy. to the back of mount2 tapping
screws
provided
for
VENTILATION,
Horizontal
Exhaust
(Fig.
14).
2. Connect
the Backdraft
Damper
tal duct.
Insure
that
allowed to move freely.
assy. to the horizon-
Backdraft
Damper
(See Fig. 14a).
plate
is
BACK
4. Insert nut and bolt through
toggle nut closed (Fig. 15).
NOTE:
Before
in the wall
with
PLATE
Figure 14
you do this, be sure you leave space at least
the thickness
plate
tion).
the hole
OF MOUNTING
of the wall
between
the mounting
and the end of toggle nut (in closed posiIf you do not leave this space, toggle nut will
not open on the other side of wall.
5. Turn toggle bolt clockwise
6. Secure
wood
mounting
screw
to tighten
plate to a minimum
(Fig. 15a).
of one stud with
a
provided.
Section A-A
(Open)
Section A-A
(Closed)
Figure 14a
c
Space
Wall
More
Than
Thickness
-WALL
Figure 15
Figure 15a
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PRODUCT INSTALLATION
1. Place Styrofoam
packing
blocks
(2 pieces)
on top surface
of range/cooktop
Figure 16
2. Place microwave/hood
3. Thread
power
supply
system on top of Styrofoam
cord through
4. Using two (2) people,hang
P- xqsed to the wall.
unit slightly
6. Pull levers down.
blocks
the hole at the bottom
the unit on the hooks
out from the mounting
Press unit to mounting
as shown
of top cabinet.
at the bottom
of the mounting
plate.
plate.
Push levers back up.
16
in Fig. 16.
plate.
Lift unit upward
and hold
7. Check
to be sure the unit
is secure
to the mounting
head screws
to levers (inside
plate
at both
upper
and lower
your support.
8. Screw hexagonal
Phillips
grease filter opening)
Figure 18
9. Check
10. Replace
that both levers (a) are securely
fixed.
If not, tighten
grease filters.
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screws
(Fig. 18).
(Fig. 18).
hooks
when
you
remove
10. Use adjusting
screws
fc) and flat washers (d) for gaps between top cabinet and unit (Fig. 19).
Id)
Figure 19
11:Make
a bundle
of power
supply
cord,
A short power supply cord is provided
face or from becoming
tangled.
Extension
cords are available
then fix it to cabinet
to reduce
using cord
the risks resulting
and may be used if care is exercised
hook
from contacting
in their
the cooking
sur-
use.
If an extension cord is used, (1) the marked electrical
rating of the extension cord should be at least as
great as the electrical
rating of the appliance,
(2) the extension cord must be a grounding-type
3-wire
cord, and (3) the extension cord should be arranged so that it will not drape over the countertop
or
cooking surface where it can be pulled on by children or tripped over accidentally.
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. CHECK LIST FOR INSTALLATION
1.
Make
sure unit has been installed
2.
Remove
3.
Plug in power
4.
Read Use and Care Manual.
5.
Keep installation
all packing
material
according
to instructions
from the oven.
cord.
instructions
for the local
electrical
inspector’s
ACCESSORIES
1. CHARCOAL FILTER KIT (307931). Filter is used for recirculating
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exhaust.
use.
km
MS032
KitchenAid, Inc.
(f/74735
St. Joseph, MI 49085
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