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ELECTRIC RANGE
for residential use only
R
Models:
VEFSEE 365 ..
INSTALLATION
USERS OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTANT - PLEASE READ AND FOLLOW
•
•
Before beginning, please read these instructions completely and carefully.
Do not remove permanently affixed labels, warnings, or plates from the product. This may
void the warranty.
• Please observe all local and national codes and ordinances.
• Please ensure that this product is properly grounded.
• The installer should leave these instructions with the consumer who should retain
for local inspector’s use and for future reference.
Electrical installation must be in accordance with the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA70
- latest edition and/or local codes.
IN CANADA: Electrical installation must be in accordance with the current CSA C22.1
Canadian Electrical Codes Part 1 and/or local codes.
Some models are supplied with a protective film on steel and aluminium
parts. This film must be removed before installing/using the appliance.
FOR INSTALLER ONLY
THIS RANGE IS FOR RESIDENTIAL USE ONLY
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WARNING !
To reduce the risk of tipping the appliance,
the appliance must be secured by properly
installed anti-tip device packed with the
appliance.
• ALL RANGES CAN TIP
• INJURY TO PERSONS COULD RESULT
• INSTALL ANTI-TIP DEVICE PACKED
WITH RANGE
• SEE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
This appliance is designed and manufactured solely for the cooking of domestic (household)
food and in not suitable for any none domestic application and therefore should not be used in a
commercial environmement.
The appliance warranty will be void if the appliance is used within a none domestic environmement
i.e. a semi commercial, commercial or communal environment.
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING!
THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE INSTALLED BY A QUALIFIED INSTALLER.
Installation must conform with local codes.
Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, services, or maintenance can cause injury or property damage. Consult a
qualified installer or a service agent.
IMPORTANT: The use of suitable protective clothing/gloves is
recommended when handling, installing of this appliance.
TOOLS NEEDED FOR INSTALLATION (NOT SUPPLIED WITH THE APPLIANCE)
Screwdriver
Suitable protective
gloves
4
Hammer
Adjustable
wrench
Pencil
Adjustable
pliers
Tape
measure
Drill
GENERAL INFORMATION
WARNING!!
1.
WARNING!!
ELECTRICAL GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
This appliance shall not be used for space heating. This
information is based on safety considerations.
2.
AlI openings in the wall behind the appliance and in the floor
under the appliance shall be sealed.
3.
Keep appliance area clear and free from combustible
materials, gasoline, and other flammable vapors.
FOR PERSONAL SAFETY, THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE
PROPERLY GROUNDED.
4.
Do not obstruct the flow of ventilation air.
5.
Disconnect the electrical supply to the appliance before
servicing.
If an external electrical source is utilized, the installation must
be electrically grounded in accordance with local codes or, in
the absence of local codes, with the national Electrical Code,
ANSI/NFPA 70.
6.
When removing appliance for cleaning and/or service;
7.
A.
Disconnect AC power supply.
B.
Carefully remove the range by pulling outward.
CAUTION: Range is heavy; use care in handling.
Electrical Requirement
Electrical installation should comply with national and local
codes.
8.
The misuse of oven door (e.g. stepping, sitting, or leaning on
them) can result in potential hazards and/or injuries.
9.
When installing or removing the range for service, a rolling lift
jack should be used. Do not push against any of the edges of
the range in an attempt to slide it into or out of the installation.
Pushing or pulling a range (rather than using a lift jack) also
increases the possibility of bending the leg spindles or the
internal coupling connectors.
The range must be electrically grounded in accordance with
local codes or, in the absence of local codes, with the National
Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA No. 70-latest edition, in Canada
Canadian Electrical Code. Installation should be made by a
Iicensed electrician.
REPLACEMENT PARTS
Only authorized replacement parts may be used in performing
service on the range. Replacement parts are available from factory
authorized parts distributors. Contact the nearest parts distributor
in your area.
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installation
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PROXIMITY TO SIDE CABINETS
1. This range may be installed directly adjacent to existing 36”
(914 mm) high base cabinets.
Range dimensions:
• width: 35” 7/8 (911 mm)
• depth: 23” 31/32 (609 mm)
• height (without backguard / island trim): MIN 35” 7/16
(900 mm) MAX 37” 13/32 (950 mm)
• backguard (height): 8” (203 mm)
• island trim (height): 3” (76 mm)
3. The maximum upper cabinet depth recommended is 13” (330
mm). Wall cabinet above the range must be a minimum of 30”
(762 mm) above the countertop for a width of minimum 35”
7/8 (911 mm): it has to be centred with the range. Side wall
cabinets above the range must be a minimum of 18” (457 mm)
above the countertop.
(76 mm)
Island trim
23"
(60 31/32
9m
m)
MAX 37" 13/32 (950 mm)
3"
MIN 35" 7/16 (900 mm)
8"
MIN 35" 7/16 (900 mm)
Installation with island trim: There must be a minimum of 12”
(305 mm) clearance from the back of the island trim to such
combustible surface on the back of the range above the 36”
(914 mm) high countertop.
Backguard
23"
(60 31/32
9m
m)
MAX 37" 13/32 (950 mm)
(203 mm)
Grounded outlet: should be located from the left to the right
side of the range; from 6” 11/16 (170 mm) to 8” 21/32 (220
mm) [depending on feet regulation] from the floor.
2. The range CANNOT be installed directly adjacent to sidewalls,
tall cabinets, tall appliances, or other side vertical surfaces
above 36” (914 mm) high.
There must be a minimum of 2” (50 mm) side clearance from
the range to such combustible surfaces TO THE LEFT or TO
THE RIGHT above the 36” (914 mm) high countertop.
IMPORTANT: One side (left or right) above the 36” (914 mm)
high countertop must always be kept clear.
7/8
35"
)
mm
(911
/8
7
35"
)
mm
(911
Fig. 1.1a
6
Fig. 1.1b
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ELECTRIC CONNECTION
Dotted line showing the position
of the range when installed
Area for ELECTRICAL
connection
6” 11/16 ÷ 8” 21/32 (170÷220 mm)
[depending on feet regulation]
Fig. 1.2
7
1
13" max.
PROXIMITY TO SIDE CABINETS
(330 mm)
2" (50 m
m)
30" min.
(762 mm)
18" min.
(457 mm)
RANGE WITH BACKGUARD
20" min
. (500 m
36"
(914 mm)
m)
Fig. 1.3a
0"
(0 mm
)
0"
(0 mm
13" max. (3
)
30 mm)
18" min.
(457 mm)
30" min.
(762 mm)
OVEN
)
2" (50 mm
m)
. (500 m
OVE
N VE
36"
(914 mm)
20" min
0"
m)
(0 m
(0
8
0"
mm)
Fig. 1.3b
NT
VENT
1
13" max. (3
30 mm)
PROXIMITY TO SIDE
CABINETS
min
. (30
5m
m)
18" min.
(457 mm)
12"
30" min.
(762 mm)
RANGE WITH ISLAND TRIM
)
2" (50 mm
m)
. (500 m
36"
(914 mm)
20" min
Fig. 1.3c
0"
m)
(0 m
(0
0"
mm)
13" max.
(330 mm)
ENT
m)
30" min.
(762 mm)
2" (50 m
18" min.
(457 mm)
OVEN V
m)
12"
5m
. (30
min
20" min
. (500 m
T
VEN
36"
(914 mm)
N
OVE
m)
0"
(0 mm
)
0"
(0 mm
)
Fig. 1.3d
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Fig. 1.4
Fig. 1.5
FITTING THE ADJUSTABLE FEET
The adjustable feet must be fitted to the base of the cooker before use.
Rest the rear of the cooker on a piece of the polystyrene packaging exposing the base
for the fitting of the feet.
ATTENTION: Most important! Pay special attention not to damage the range during
this operation.
Fit the 4 legs by screwing them tight into the support base as shown in picture 1.5.
0 mm
0"
+ 1" 31/32
+ 50 mm
Fig. 1.6
LEVELLING THE COOKER
The cooker may be levelled by screwing the lower ends of the feet IN or OUT (fig. 1.6).
It is important to observe the directions of figure 1.6.
MOVING THE COOKER
WARNING
When raising cooker to upright position always ensure two people carry out this
manoeuvre to prevent damage to the adjustable feet (fig. 1.7a).
WARNING
Be careful: do not lift the cooker by the door handle when raising to the upright position
(fig. 1.7b).
WARNING
When moving cooker to its final position DO NOT DRAG (fig. 1.7c).
Lift feet clear of floor (fig. 1.7a).
Fig. 1.7a
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Fig. 1.7b
Fig. 1.7c
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ASSEMBLING THE BACKGUARD
OR THE ISLAND TRIM
It is mandatory to install the backguard or
the island trim
B
A
•
Assemble the backguard or the island trim
as shown in figure 1.8 or 1.9 and fix it
by screwing the 5 screws “A” (which are
already fixed on the back of the cooktop).
•
Do not remove the 3 spacers “B” already
fitted on the back of the backguard or island
trim.
A
B
Fig. 1.8
B
A
A
B
Fig. 1.9
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YOU
MUST
USE
STABILITY ANTI TIP
BRACKET TO PREVENT
UNIT FROM TIPPING.
ANTI-TIP STABILITY DEVICE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
1.
The anti-tip bracket has to be attached as shown on figure below, it has to be fixed
on the rear wall by no. 2 (two) suitable screws (supplied with the anti-tip kit).
2.
After fixing the anti-tip bracket, slide range into place. Be sure the anti-tip bracket is
fully inserted in the slot of the range back.
17" 15/16
(455.5 mm)
Dotted line showing the position
of the range when installed
from top of cooktop
with range installed
in final position
ANTI-TIP STABILITY
DEVICE FIXING
26" 11/16 (678 mm)
17" 15/16
(455.5 mm)
Anti-tip
stability device
Slot for inserting
the anti-tip bracket
Fig. 1.10
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electrical connection
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ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
WARNING
TO AVOID ELECTRICAL SHOCK
HAZARD, BEFORE INSTALLING
THE APPLIANCE, SWITCH POWER
OFF AT THE SERVICE PANEL AND
LOCK THE PANEL TO PREVENT
THE
POWER
FROM
BEING
SWITCHED ON ACCIDENTALLY.
• This appliance must be properly installed and grounded by a qualified technician in
accordance with the National Electrical Code ANSI/NFPA No.70 (latest edition) and
local electrical code requirements. IN CANADA: Electrical installation must be in
accordance with the current CSA C22.1 Canadian Electrical Codes Part1 and/or local
codes.
• This appliance may be connected by means of permanent “Hard Wiring” or “Power
Supply Cord Kit”. Power supply cord is not supplied, but it is available through your
local electric supply house.
• Use only 3-conductor or 4-conductor CSA/UL listed range cord rated at 50 amps with
250 V minimum and provided with ring terminals. These cords should be provided with
strain relief or conduit connector.
Warning: Frame grounded through neutral lead. If used in,
- New branch-circuit installations (1996 NEC),
- Mobile homes,
- Recreational vehicles, or
- In an area where local codes prohibit grounding through neutral, use a 4 conductor
cord or conduit.
• The range must be connected to the proper electrical voltage and frequency as specified on the rating plate.
• The range can be connected directly to the fused disconnect (or circuit breaker box)
through flexible, armoured or non-metallic sheathed, copper cable (with grounding
wire). Allow two to three feet of slack in the line so that it can be moved if servicing is
ever necessary.
Voltage and Power Consumption
Electrical Shock Hazard
Electrically ground range.Failure to
follow these instruc-tions can result
in death, fire, or electrical shock.
240-208/120 V 60 Hz
11416 W (240 V) 8575 W (208 V)
47.6 A (240 V) 41.22 A (208 V)
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION WITH POWER CORD
Use a 3-wire power supply cord kit rated for 50 amps - 125/250 volts with closed loop
terminals and marked for use with ranges. Where local codes do not permit grounding
through neutral, use a 4-wire power supply cord kit.
The cord must be secured to the range with a suitable strain relief. The electrical connection is made at the terminal block, which is located behind the terminal block access
plate on the back of the range.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION WITH CONDUIT
Use 3/4” trade size CSA/UL-listed conduit with a conduit clamp, 10 AWG/600 volt copper
conductor colored red for line 1 and black for line 2 and 12 AWG/600 volt copper conductor (or 10 AWG/600 Volt copper conductor if grounding through neutral) colored white for
neutral with closed loop terminals marked for use with ranges.
Location of
Nameplate
Where local codes do not permit grounding through neutral, use a green 10 AWG copper
conductor as directed in the 4-wire connector directions. The conduit must be secured to
the range with the strain relief bracket. The electrical connection is made at the terminal
block which is located behind the terminal block access plate on the back of the range.
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3-Wire Power Cord Installation
(See Figures 3.1, 3.2 and 3.3)
Fig. 3.1
1. Remove the Terminal Block Access Plate on the back of the
range by unscrewing the 6 fixing Screws (fig. 3.1).
2. Insert the Power Cord through the hole in the Power Cord
Bracket; then tighten the Power Cord by using a suitable
Strain Relief. Allow enough slack to easily attach the cord
terminals to the Terminal Block.
3. Remove the 3 wire terminal nuts and washers from the
Terminal Block.
Screws
4. Plug the terminal holes of Power Cord. The Neutral or Ground
Wire of the Power Cord must be connected to the neutral
terminal located in the center of Terminal Block. The Power
Wires must be connected to the outside terminals.
5. Plug washers and tighten nuts securely.
Terminal Block
Access Plate
Fig. 3.2
Do not remove Ground strap.
6. Assemble the Terminal Block Access Plate.
4-Wire Power Cord Installation
(See Figures 3.1, 3.2 and 3.4)
Power Cord
Bracket
1. Remove the Terminal Block Access Plate on the back of the
range by unscrewing the 6 fixing Screws (fig. 3.1).
2. Insert the Power Cord through the hole in the Power Cord
Bracket; then tighten the Power Cord by using a suitable
Strain Relief. Allow enough slack to easily attach the cord
terminals to the Terminal Block.
3. Remove the 3 wire terminal nuts and washers from the
Terminal Block.
Fig. 3.3
Ground strap
Terminal Block
4. Remove the Ground Strap from the frame of range and
terminal by removing its screw and cutting it as shown in
figure 3.4.
5. Plug the terminal holes of Power Cord. The Neutral Wire of the
Power Cord must be connected to the neutral terminal located
in the center of Terminal Block; the Power Wires must be
connected to the outside terminals; the Ground Wire must be
attached to the frame of range by using the
(Ground)
identified Grounding Screw.
6. Plug washers and tighten nuts securely.
7. Assemble the Terminal Block Access Plate.
Hole D 1" 3/8
(34.93 mm)
Neutral Wire
Power Wires
Tighten the Power Cord
by using a suitable Strain Relief
Fig. 3.4
Power Cord
Cut Ground Strap
Terminal Block
Grounding
Screw
Grounding Wire
Neutral Wire
Power Wires
Tighten the Power Cord
by using a suitable Strain Relief
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Power Cord
2
Fig. 3.5
3-Wire Conduit Installation
(See Figures 3.1, 3.5 and 3.6)
1. Remove the Terminal Block Access Plate on the back of the
range by unscrewing the 6 fixing Screws (fig. 3.1).
2. Feed 3/4” trade size Conduit through the hole in the Conduit
Bracket and secure to the Conduit Bracket with a Conduit
Clamp.
3. Remove the 3 wire terminal nuts and washers from the
Terminal Block.
Counduit
Bracket
4. Plug the terminal holes of conductors. The Neutral or Ground
Wire of the Power Cord must be connected to the neutral
terminal located in the center of Terminal Block. The Power
Wires must be connected to the outside terminals.
Hole D 1" 1/8
(28.58 mm)
5. Plug washers and tighten nuts securely.
Fig. 3.6
Do not remove Ground strap.
6. Assemble the Terminal Block Access Plate.
Ground strap
Terminal Block
Neutral Wire
Power Wires
Conduit Clamp
Conduit
4-Wire Conduit Installation
(See figures 3.1, 3.5 and 3.7)
1. Remove the Terminal Block Access Plate on the back of the
range by unscrewing the 6 fixing Screws (fig. 3.1).
Fig. 3.7
Cut Ground Strap
2. Feed 3/4” trade size Conduit through the hole in the Conduit
Bracket and secure to the Conduit Bracket with a Conduit
Clamp.
3. Remove the 3 wire terminal nuts and washers from the
Terminal Block.
Terminal Block
Grounding
Screw
Grounding Wire
Neutral Wire
Power Wires
Conduit Clamp
Conduit
4. Remove the Ground Strap from the frame of range and
terminal by removing its screw and cutting it as shown in
figure 3.7.
5. Plug the terminal holes of conductors. The Neutral Wire of
the Power Cord must be connected to the neutral terminal
located in the center of Terminal Block; the Power Wires must
be connected to the outside terminals; the Ground Wire must
be attached to the frame of range by using the
(Ground)
identified Grounding Screw.
6. Plug washers and tighten nuts securely.
7. Assemble the Terminal Block Access Plate.
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WIRING DIAGRAM
TM
S3
F3
F2
4
P1
Pilot
S2
2
P2
S1
4
P1
Pilot
F4
2
4
P2
S2
S1
2
P1
4a
F5
P2
S2
S1
4
2
P1
S2
P2
4
P1
Pilot
S1
S2
1
1a
2
2a
N/7
L/8
F6
Pilot
S1
F1
P1
2
P2
P2
P3
3
P4
4
P5
S1
PR
1
2
5
P6
6
P7
7
P8
8
LF
2 S
H
4
P1
2 S
H
4
4A
4
2 S
H
4
P2
S H
2
P3
2 S
H
4
P4
AS
CF
C
P5
G
TL1
CIR
V
TL
S
CR
M
T
R
ELECTRIC DIAGRAM KEY
CF
TL1
AS
R
M
T
Cooling fan motor
Cooling fan thermal overload
Air switch
Relay
Terminal block
Grounding point
ELECTRIC DIAGRAM KEY
CF
TL1
AS
R
M
T
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Cooling fan motor
Cooling fan thermal overload
Air switch
Relay
Terminal block
Grounding point
OVEN
F1
TM
PR
TL
LF
S1
C
G
CIR
S
V
OVEN
F1
TM
PR
TL
LF
S1
C
G
CIR
S
V
Oven switch
Oven thermostat
Electronic programmer
Thermal overload
Oven lamp
Oven temperature indicator light
Top element
Broil element
Circular element
Bottom element
Fan motor
GLASS CERAMIC HOB
F2/3/5/6 Single zones energy regulators
F4
Double zone energy regulator
P1/2/4/5 Single zone radiant elements
P3
Double zone radiant element
CR
Residual heat indicator lights
S3
Line pilot lamp
Oven switch
Oven thermostat
Electronic programmer
Thermal overload
Oven lamp
Oven temperature indicator light
Top element
Broil element
Circular element
Bottom element
Fan motor
GLASS CERAMIC HOB
F2/3/5/6 Single zones energy regulators
F4
Double zone energy regulator
P1/2/4/5 Single zone radiant elements
P3
Double zone radiant element
CR
Residual heat indicator lights
S3
Line pilot lamp
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The manufacturer cannot be held responsible for possible inaccuracies due to printing or transcription errors
in the present booklet.
The manufacturer reserves the right to make all modifications to its products deemed necessary for
manufacture or commercial reasons at any moment and without prior notice, without jeopardising the
essential functional and safety characteristics of the appliances.
Cod. 1104877 - ß1
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