ELECTRIC BUILT-IN
SINGLE & DOUBLE OVENS
MODELS (singles):
KEt31140/141/170/171
KEBS145/146/176/177
SCO-1243/2433/1273/2733
MODELS (doubles):
KEB1240/241/270/271
KEBS245/246/276/277
SCO-2243124431227312743
INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLER:
FINAL CHECK LIST
IMPORTANT:
LEAVE
THESE
INSTRUCTIONS
PLACEMENT
OF UNIT
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1. Properly
positioned-level,
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2. Anchored
securely
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3. Installation
debns
FOR
aligned
USE
BY LOCAL
and square
ELECTRICAL
with cabinet
INSPECTOR
opening.
to cabinet.
removed.
ELECTRICAL
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1. Oven
properly
grounded.
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2. Separate 1201240 volt or 12Oi208 volt, 60 Hr. single phase branch circuit of proper
and protected
by a time-delay
fuse or circuit breaker of proper size.
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3. All connections
made in accordance
with National
edition and local codes and ordinances.
Electrical
Code, ANSliNFPA
ampacity,
70.latest
OPERATIONAL
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1.0 ven racks
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2. Knobs
holes.
installed
securely
and slide
in place
and rotate
J 3. All lights function properly.
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L J 4. Clock
timer buzzer operates.
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adjusted,
open
_’ 6. Selector
switch
, 7 Unless Instructed
materials.
8 Oven
has been
functions
In all posrtlons.
freely
and close
wlthout
rubbing
edges
of control
panel
glass
smoothly
in all modes
to leave
wiped
freely
for owner.
clean
THANK
remove
to remove
YOU
all tags,
flnqermarks
iabels
and Internal
and other
smudges
packing
INSTALLER:
1 Complete
lr~stallatlo:l
Check LISA
2. Leave all literature
for customer
3 Notify dealer that ihstallatlon
IS completed.
FDR DETAILED INSTRUCTIONS, FOLLOW METHODS DESCRIBED IN THIS FOLDER.
IMPORTANT:
assure proper
Read Before Installing to Save Time, Work,
performance,
and owner’s warranty protection.
INSTALLATION
CABINET
INSTRUCTIONS
CONSTRUCTION
The oven must be enclosed
tables for dimensions.
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by an appropriate
cabinet
or properly
framed
opening
in the wall.
See illustrations
and
The cabinet must have a solid bottom or two runners, 19-112 inches apart and centered within the cabinet.
The
bottom or runners must be able to support the weight of the unit (225 pounds for a double oven). The bottom or
runners must be level, straight and flush with the cabinet cutout. The oven must be level forproper
baking and once
installed. the oven cannot be leveled.
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
adjacent to materials that are less than 20
pounds per cu. ft. density or to plastic tiles and sheeting.
Junction
2%” MIN
1” upper
/
Furnished
lns1aller
Box
by
SINGLE
Model
OVENS
No
28%”
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61”
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MIN
Cabinet Damage Hazard
Do Not block the oven vent. Blocking the
vent may cause cabinet damage and poor
baking performance.
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KEBS245!246
SC0 2243
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ELECTRICAL
REQUIREMENTS
Electrical Shock Hazard
- Electrical ground is required on this appliance.
Improper connection
of the equipment-grounding
conductor
line can result in
electrical shock.
. Check with a qualified electrician
if you are in doubt as to whether the appliance is
properly grounded.
Do Not modify the power supply cord plug. If it will not fit the
outlet, have a proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician.
- 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 ground circuit. A fuse in the neutral or ground
circuit could result in an electrical shock.
This appliance must be connected to a grounded, metallic permanent wiring system;
or a grounding
conductor
should be connected to the grounding terminal or lead on
the appliance.
Failure to do so could result in an electrical shock.
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It is the customer’s
responsibility
tocontact
adequate
and in conformance
with National
ordinances.
a qualified electrical
installer
Electrical Code, ANSliNFPA
to assure that electrical
installation
is
70.latest edition and local codes and
A 1201240.volt or 1201208 volt, 60 Hz, AC only, fused electrical supply is required. A time-delay
fuse or circuit breaker
is recommended.
It is recommended
that a separate circuit serving only this appliance be provided.
It is the personal
responsibility
of the customer
to have a properly
grounded,
3-prong wall receptacle
installed
by a qualified
electrician.
The following
amperage
circuits
must be provided.
When installed in a mobile home, the installation must conform to the Manufactured
Home Construction
and Safety
Standards,
Title 24 CFR, Part 3280 (formerly the Federal Standard for Mobile Home Construction
and Safety, Title
24. HUD, Part 280)
TABLE
Model
No
[ -%axlmum
Wattage (KW)
240/208 Volt
Fuse or Breaker
Size Required
3.713 0
KEBS177
KEBI140/141/170/171
KEBS145/146/176
SCO-1243/1273
1
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3 813 0
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30 Amps
SCO-243312733
KEBl240/270
SCO-224312273
KEBS277
KEBl241/271
KEBS24512461276
X0-2443/2743
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6 O/5 0
7 315 8
7 516 0
40 Amps
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UNPACKING
THE UNIT
Floor Damage
Keep shipping base under oven. Failure to do so
could cause damage to floor covering.
Personal Injury
More than one person is required to lift or move
the oven because of its weight and size.
Failure to follow these instructions
may result in
personal injury.
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The oven should be left on the carton base untrl it IS ready to put
Into the cabinet It is also recommended
that the pads over the door(s)
be left in place. These precautions
will reduce the possrbrllty
of
damage to the front of the unit and the bottom of the front frame.
Remove all cords, tape and wire used to hold various parts in POSItion during shipment. Remove oven racks from the inside of the oven
and put to one side while oven IS being installed In cabinet
Take
broiler pan and grid from packing on top of the oven and keep with
literature
packet in a localion where they will be retalned by the
To Remove
Oven Racks
Slide rack forward
unl~l bar on back of rack
touches
first slop
Lilt front of rack unl~l rear porllon of rack slides
oul between
front Iwo slops
owner.
ELECTRICAL
CONNECTION
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power supply before making any electrical
Failure to do so may result in electrical shock.
Connect the conduit from the oven to the junctron box and properly connect
ground, black to L2, red to Ll, white to neutral or according
to local code.)
GROUNDING
-THE
OVEN MUST BE GROUNDED
Do not work on the oven
wiring
until the oven
The oven frame is grounded
wire at the junction box
through
INSTALLING
IN CABINET
THE UNIT
has beer; positively
the bare grounding
Lvlre
grasp
The doors should be remoded
wrile lifting It into the cabinet.
oven
to
door
decrease
could
the
result
Connect
weight
in damage
of the
oven
to the power
supply
leads.
(Bare to
grounded
Potential Personal Injury
- Use both hands to remove oven doors.
- Grasp only the sides of the oven door. Do Not use any portion
lifting.
Failure to properly
connections.
the whrte
to the service
neutral
of the front frame or trim for
to product
and
neutral
provide
or personal
a better
injury.
hand-hold
on
the
oven
A
To Remove Doors (See Fig. 1)
Use caution! Oven door IS heavy
1
2.
3
4.
5.
6
Open door completely.
Depress finger tab In oven door hinge area. Push tab toward oven.
Loft tab away from door liner and slide toward top of oven door.
Repeat step ? for other side of door.
Close door until approximately
5 inches from fully closed posltion.
Slide door off the hinge arm assemblies.
Repeat steps 1 through 5 for other door on double ovens.
BE SURE THAT PHENOLIC
SPACERS
AT EACH SIDE OF OVEN
ARE IN PLACE TO PROVIDE
PROPER AIR FLOW
BETWEEN
CABINET
AND OVEN.
B
When oven has been placed into cabinet; install exterior trim, if used,
or the bottom trim strip. Where the exterior trim is to be installed on the
oven, omit step C and proceed with the instructions supplied with the trim.
C
The bottom trim strip is placed on lower edge of front frame. This is done
by loosening the three screws at the bottom of the front frame. Slide the
trim strip under the screw heads until the strip meets the lower corners
of the front frame (See Fig. 2). Tighten screws to hold to front frame.
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.
D
Secure oven to cabinet with a8 screws provided. Do not overtighten
screws. Edge of front frame should be parallel to cabinet or front edge
of exterior trim. Disregard
any excess screws
holes in front frame have been used.
E
Install
F
Reinstall
unwrapped
the doors
oven
(See
racks
that are left after all screw
in oven.
Fig. 1).
1
2
3
4
Slide door hinge arms until firmly seated.
Lower door to full open position.
Push finger tabs to back. Depress the tabs and slide forward.
Close and reopen door slowly to make sure it has been replaced
5
Repeat
properly.
steps
1 through
4 for other
door on double
oven.
DOOR
ADJUSTMENT
CHECK
NEWSPAPER
STRIPS
TOP OF DOOR
A-
Place 2 ” x 18 ” slrlps of newspaper
In locatlons Indicated
by lllustratlon
Allow one end
of the paper to extend 1130 the oven cavity.
Pull gently at each piece of paper. If door IS
properly
adjusted,
each piece of paper WIII
offer firm resistance
when pulled. When door
IS out of adjustment,
slide unit out far enough
lo expose
hinges
on each side
Loosen
screws and move bottom of door to a proper
fit. After completing
adjustment
tlghlen all
screws
In hinges
NEWSPAPER
STRIPS
SIDE OF DOOR
PROPER DOOR
NEWSPAPER
STRIPSJ
BOTTOM
OF DOOR
ADJUST UP OR DOWN2
TO ALIGN DOOR
Speclficatlons
Part No 3177123 Rev B
@I969 tiltchenAid. Inc.
Prepared
Subject
to C?ange
by KItchenAId.
WIthout
Notlce
St. Joseph, Mchigan
49085
Printed in U.S.A