Ge Monogram Appliances Zet1smss Installation Instructions

Ge Monogram Appliances Zet1smss Installation Instructions

Installation

Instructions

30

(76.2 cm) Built-In

Wall Oven

ZET1, ZET2

If you have questions, call 1.800.GE.CARES or visit our website at: ge.com

Before You Begin

Read these instructions carefully and completely.

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.

• Proper installation is the responsibility of the installer and product failure due to improper installation is NOT covered under warranty.

• NOTE—This appliance must be properly grounded.

ATTENTION INSTALLER

All electric wall ovens must be hard wired

(direct wired) into an approved junction box. A plug and receptacle is NOT permitted on these products.

Parts Included

(Appearance may vary.)

Materials Needed

3/4

Wood

Screws

(8-18 x .750 flat-head

Phillips wood screws)

5/8

Wood

Screws

(8A8 x .625 truss-head

Phillips wood screws)

Metal Bottom

Trim Assembly

Strain Relief Clamp for 1/2

conduit

Junction

Box

Wire Nuts

36

(91 cm) of String

Tools Needed

31-10649-3

11-07 JR

1

1/8

Drill Bit and

Electric or Hand Drill

Phillips

Screwdriver

Adjustable Wrench

Installation Instructions

IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

For Your Safety

• Be sure your oven is installed properly by a qualified installer or service technician.

• Make sure the cabinets and wall coverings around the oven can withstand the temperatures (up to 200

°

F [93.3

°

C]) generated by the oven.

• Be sure the oven is securely installed in a cabinet that is firmly attached to the house structure. Weight on the oven door could cause the oven to tip and result in injury.

Never allow anyone to climb, sit, stand or hang on the oven door.

Electrical

Requirements

(cont.)

Rating plate is located on the oven side trim, side front frame or lower front frame.

Rating Plate

Location

WARNING:

The electrical power to the oven supply line must be shut off while line connections are being made. Failure to do so could result in serious injury or death.

Electrical

Requirements

This appliance must be supplied with the proper voltage and frequency and connected to an individual, properly grounded branch circuit, protected by a circuit breaker or fuse.

See the rating plate located on the oven frame to determine the rating of the product. Use the chart below to determine the minimum recommended dedicated circuit protection.

KW Rating

240V

4.8 KW

4.9 KW–7.2 KW

7.3 KW–9.6 KW

KW Rating

208V

4.1 KW

4.3 KW–6.2 KW

6.3 KW–8.3 KW

9.7 KW–12.0 KW 8.4 KW–10.4 KW

Recommended

Circuit Size

(Dedicated)

20 Amp

30 Amp

40 Amp

50 Amp

2

We recommend you have the electrical wiring and hookup of your oven connected by a qualified electrician. After installation, have the electrician show you where your main oven disconnect is located.

Check with your local utilities for electrical codes which apply in your area. Failure to wire your oven according to governing codes could result in a hazardous condition. If there are no local codes, your oven must be wired and fused to meet the requirements of the National

Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA No. 70–Latest

Edition. You can get a copy by writing:

National Fire Protection Association

Batterymarch Park

Quincy, MA 02269

Effective January 1, 1996, the National

Electrical Code requires that new, but not existing, construction utilize a four-conductor connection to an electric oven. When installing an electric oven in new construction, a mobile home, recreational vehicle or an area where local codes prohibit grounding through the neutral conductor, follow the instructions in the section on NEW CONSTRUCTION AND

FOUR-CONDUCTOR BRANCH CIRCUIT

CONNECTION.

You must use a three-wire, single-phase A.C.

208Y/120 Volt or 240/120 Volt, 60 hertz electrical system. If you connect to aluminum wiring, properly installed connectors approved for use with aluminum wiring must be used.

Installation Instructions

Pre-Installation Checklist

ALL INSTALLATION INFORMATION

ON THE FOLLOWING PAGES IS TO

BE USED FOR SINGLE AND DOUBLE

OVEN INSTALLATION!

To Remove the Door

(if necessary)

Door removal is not a requirement for installation of the product, but is an added convenience. To remove the door:

Open the oven door as far as it will go.

Remove packaging materials.

Check behind hinges and under false bottom. Remove labels on the outside of the door, plastic on trims and panel, all tape around the oven, and any shipping screws securing the oven to the base pad.

Push both hinge locks down toward the door frame, to the unlocked position. This may require a flat-blade screwdriver.

Hinge

Hinge

Slot

DO NOT LIFT THE DOOR

BY THE HANDLE!

Rack Supports with Hex Nuts

Temperature

Probe

Broiler Pan and Grid

Oven Racks

EASY INSTALLATION OF YOUR NEW

EASY INSTALLATION OF YOUR NEW

Before you begin-Read these instructions completely and carefully.

IMPORTANT- Save these instructions for local inspector

IMPORTANT- OBSERVE ALL GOVERNING CODES AND ORDIANCES.

Note to Installer- Be sure to leave these instructions with the consumer.

OWNER- Keep these instructions for future reference.

Before you begin-Read these instructions completely and carefully.

IMPORTANT- Save these instructions for local inspector’s use.

IMPORTANT- OBSERVE ALL GOVERNING CODES AND ORDIANCES.

Note to Installer- Be sure to leave these instructions with the consumer.

OWNER- Keep these instructions for future reference.

Note- This appliance must be properly grounded (if applicable).

Note- This appliance must be properly grounded (if applicable).

Before you begin-Read these instructions completely and carefully.

instructions completely and carefully.

IMPORTANT- Save these instructions for local inspector

IMPORTANT- OBSERVE ALL instructions completely and

GOVERNING CODES AND ORDIANCES.

Note to Installer- Be sure to leave

IMPORTANT- Save these

OWNER- Keep these instructions for future reference.

Before you begin-Read these instructions completely and

Note to Installer- Be sure to leave these instructions with the consumer.

OWNER- Keep these instructions for future reference.

Note- This appliance must be

’s use.

IMPORTANT- Save these for future reference.

Note- This appliance must be properly grounded (if applicable).

Before you begin-Read these instructions completely and carefully.

IMPORTANT- Save these instructions for local inspector

IMPORTANT- OBSERVE ALL

GOVERNING CODES AND ORDIANCES.

these instructions with the consumer.

OWNER- Keep these instructions for future reference.

’s use.

these instructions with the consumer.

instructions for local inspector’s use.

IMPORTANT- OBSERVE ALL

GOVERNING CODES AND ORDIANCES.

Note to Installer- Be sure to leave these instructions with the consumer.

OWNER- Keep these instructions for future reference.

Note- This appliance must be properly grounded (if applicable).

IMPORTANT- OBSERVE ALL

GOVERNING CODES AND ORDIANCES.

these instructions with the consumer.

OWNER- Keep these instructions for future reference.

Note- This appliance must be

GOVERNING CODES AND ORDIANCES.

Note to Installer- Be sure to leave

Note- This appliance must be

Before you begin-Read these instructions completely and

IMPORTANT- Save these instructions for local inspector

IMPORTANT- OBSERVE ALL

GOVERNING CODES AND ORDIANCES.

Note to Installer- Be sure to leave for future reference.

carefully.

IMPORTANT- Save these instructions for local inspector’s use.

IMPORTANT- OBSERVE ALL

GOVERNING CODES AND ORDIANCES.

Note to Installer- Be sure to leave

Note to Installer- Be sure to leave ’s use.

these instructions with the consumer.

OWNER- Keep these instructions for future reference.

Note- This appliance must be properly grounded (if applicable).

Before you begin-Read these instructions completely and carefully.

IMPORTANT- Save these

IMPORTANT- OBSERVE ALL for future reference.

properly grounded (if applicable).

’s use.

these instructions with the consumer.

OWNER- Keep these instructions for future reference.

Note- This appliance must be

IMPORTANT- Save these instructions for local inspector’s use.

IMPORTANT- OBSERVE ALL

GOVERNING CODES AND ORDIANCES.

Note to Installer- Be sure to leave

Note to Installer- Be sure to leave these instructions with the consumer.

OWNER- Keep these instructions for future reference.

Note- This appliance must be properly grounded (if applicable).

’s use.

these instructions with the consumer.

Note- This appliance must be properly grounded (if applicable).

Graphite

Lubricant

Literature

Pack

Open oven door and remove literature pack, broiler pan and grid, oven racks, rack supports and a bag with 9 hex nuts.

Read Installation Instructions carefully before you begin.

Be sure to place all literature, Owner’s

Manual, Installations, etc., in a safe place for future reference.

Place hands on both sides of the door, and close the oven door to the removal position, which is most of the way closed.

Lift door up and out until the hinge arms clear the slots.

Removal Position

3

Hinge Clears Slot

NOTE: The oven door is very heavy. Be sure you have a firm grip before lifting the oven door off the hinges. Use caution once the door is removed. Do not lay the door on its handle. This could cause dents or scratches.

Place the oven on a table or platform even with the cutout opening. (Platform must support 175 lbs. [79 kg] single,

350 lbs. [159 kg] double.)

Remove the bottom trim from the top of the oven. It will be installed at the end of the installation process. The trim is wrapped separately and taped to the top of the unit.

Installation Instructions

A1

21

Cutout for Single Built-In Oven

9 1/2

(24.1 cm)

28 1/2

Min.

28 5/8

Max.

28 5/8" MAX.

(72.4 to 72.7 cm)

Junction Box

Location

(junction box may be located in

Cabinet Width 30

(76.2 cm)

Recommended

Cutout Location from Floor 32 1/2

(82.6 cm)

Allow 11/16

ALLOW 11/16" FOR

OVERLAP OF THE overlap of oven

EDGES OF CUTOUT of cutout

Opening

Between

WALLS MUST

At Least

28 1/2

(72.4 cm)

Wide

Cutout

Height

27 1/4

Min.

27 5/16

Max.

22

(55.9 cm) Min.

Cutout Depth 23 1/2

(59.7 cm) Min.

Cutout Width 28 1/2

(72.4 cm) Min.

28 5/8

(72.7 cm) Max.

Cutout Height 27 1/4

(69.2 cm) Min.

27 5/16

(69.4 cm) Max.

Allow a minimum of 21

(53.3 cm) for

OF 21" FOR CLEARANCE

TO ADJACENT CORNERS, corners, drawers, door is open

Allow 1

(2.5 cm)

LOCATION

32 1/2

(82.6 cm) from floor

FLOOR

AND BOTTOM top and 1

1

4

(3.2 cm) overlap of oven bottom of cutout

CABINET

30

(76.2 cm)

If the cabinet does not have a solid bottom, two braces or runners must be installed level with the bottom of the cutout to support the weight of the oven. For single ovens, the runners and braces must support 200 lbs. (90 kg).

NOTE: If the cabinet does not have a front frame and the sides are less than 3/4

(1.9 cm) thick, shim both sides equally to establish the cutout width.

(5 cm x 10 cm) or equivalent runners level with bottom of cutout

NOTE: If marks, blemishes or the cutout opening are visible above the installed oven, it may be necessary to add wood shims under the runners and front trim until the marks or opening are covered.

Side by Side Installations

Install two wall ovens in separate cutouts.

Allow 2

(5.1 cm) min. between cutouts.

Cutout –

Observe all dimensions and requirements.

2

(5.1 cm)

Min.

Cutout –

Observe all dimensions and requirements.

Suitable

Bracing to Support

Runners

21 5/8

OVER CENTERLINE

(54.9 cm)

Over Centerline of Cabinet

4

The solid bottom or runners must be level with the bottom of the cutout, or the bottom trim may not install correctly and then interfere with the door opening.

This oven is not approved for stackable installation.

Installation Instructions

A2

Cutout for Double Built-In Oven

Cutout

Width

28 1/2

WIDTH

(72.4 cm) Min.

28 5/8

9 1/2

(24,1 cm)

Max.

5"

Cabinet Width 30

(76.2 cm)

Junction Box

Location

Recommended

Cutout

Location from Floor 12

(30.5 cm)

ALLOW 11/16"

FOR OVERLAP

Allow 11/16

over side edges of cutout

Allow a minimum of 21

(53.3 cm) for

FOR CLEARANCE TO clearance to adjacent

ADJACENT CORNERS, corners, drawers,

DRAWERS, WALLS ETC.

WHEN THE DOOR door is open

Opening

Between

Inside Walls

Must Be

At Least

28 1/2

(72.4 cm)

Wide

BE AT LEAST

28 1/2"WIDE

Allow 1

(2.5 cm) minimum for overlap of oven top and 1 ⁄

4

(3.2 cm) overlap of oven bottom

Cutout

Height

CUTOUT

51 13/16

(131.6 cm) Min.

51 15/16

(131.8 cm) Max.

47

(119.4 cm) Min.

47" TO

BOTTOM OF

Junction Box

Cutout Depth 23 1/2

(59.7 cm) Min.

Cutout Width 28 1/2

(72.4 cm) Min.

28 5/8

(72.7 cm) Max.

Cutout Height 51 13/16

(131.6 cm) Min.

51 15/16

(131.8 cm) Max.

NOTE: If the cabinet does not have a front frame and the sides are less than 3/4

(1.9 cm) thick, shim both sides equally to establish the cutout width.

21

30

RECOMMENDED location from floor

12

CUTOUT LOCATION

(30.5 cm)

Width

NOTE: If marks, blemishes or the cutout opening are visible above the installed oven, it may be necessary to add wood shims under the runners and front trim until the marks or opening are covered.

or 2x 4

(5 cm x 10 cm) or equivalent runners level with bottom of cutout

If the cabinet does not have a solid bottom, two braces or runners must be installed level with the bottom of the cutout to support the weight of the oven. For double ovens, the runners and braces must support 375 lbs. (169 kg).

Suitable

Bracing

UITABLE

Runners

O SUPPORT

UNNERS

21 5/8

OF CABINET

Over Centerline of Cabinet

The solid bottom or runners must be level with the bottom of the cutout, or the bottom trim may not install correctly and then interfere with the door opening.

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Installation Instructions

A3

Cutout for Single Built-In Oven

Under Counter

Gas or electric cooktops may be installed over this oven.

See cooktop installation instructions for cutout size.

See label on top of oven for approved cooktop models.

25

(63.5 cm)

240V / 208V

Junction Box

Location (junction box may be in adjacent cabinet)

9 1/2

(24.1 cm)

Max.

Gas and electrical connections for gas cooktop must be located in an adjacent accessible location to the right.

Top and/or side fillers may be necessary if unit is positioned between existing cabinets. Be sure they are attached securely, since they will anchor the oven in the cabinet.

28 1/2

(72.4 cm) Min.

28 5/8

(72.6 cm) Max.

27 1/4

(69.2 cm) Min.

27 5/16

(69.4 cm) Max.

3/4

(1.9 cm)

Support Platform

Required

Allow 1

(2.5 cm) overlap top of oven and

11/16

(1.8 cm) overlap side edges of cutout

22

(55.9 cm)

Min.

Above

Support

Platform

24

(61 cm)

36

(91.4 cm)

Typical

Countertop

Height

4

(10.2 cm)

Typical

Toekick

Must match toekick height

MUST SUPPORT 200 LBS.

(90 KG)

Side by Side Installations

Install two wall ovens in separate cutouts.

Allow 2

(5.1 cm) min. between cutouts.

Cutout –

Observe all dimensions and requirements.

2

(5.1 cm)

Min.

Cutout –

Observe all dimensions and requirements.

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NOTE: This oven is only approved to be installed under the specific models as labeled on this unit.

Cabinetry

A4

Single Oven Cutout for Installation Over a Monogram Warming

Drawer

A5

Double Oven Cutout for Installation Over a Monogram Warming

Drawer

Anti-Tip Block Against

Rear Wall Per Warming

Drawer Requirement

2

(5.1 cm) Min.

Anti-Tip Block

Against Rear

Wall Per

Warming

Drawer

Requirement

2

(5.1 cm)

Min.

Per Warming

Drawer

Requirement

1

(2.5 cm) Min. Above Toekick or

Adjust to Oven Installation Height

NOTE: Additional clearances between cutouts may be required. Check to be sure the oven supports above the Warming Drawer location do not obstruct the required interior depth and height.

NOTE: Install the oven only with specific models listed on the label located on top of the oven.

Per Warming

Drawer

Requirement

1

(2.5 cm) Min. Above Toekick

• When installing a Monogram Warming

Drawer below a single or double oven, a separate 120V, 60 Hz, properly grounded receptacle must be installed. Refer to installation instructions packed with the

Warming Drawer for specific installation requirements.

A6

Cutout for Frameless Cabinets

30

(76.2 cm)

Frameless Cabinets

Whenever possible, order 30

(76.2 cm) frameless cabinet with the cutout sided to fit the oven. If using stock cabinets, additional finished filler pieces may be required to cover the opening.

• A stock frameless cabinet cutout width may be up to 28 3/4 ” (73 cm). If necessary, add 1/2

(1.3 cm) cleats to the sides, flush with the front edge of the side panels to accept mounting screws.

Install 1/2

(1.3 cm)

Cleats to

Hold Oven

Mounting

Screws

Double

51 15/16

(131.8 cm)

Single

27 5/16

(69.2 cm)

28 1/2

(72.4 cm)

Min.

28 5/8

(72.7 cm)

Max.

Cabinet Depth

23 1/2

(59.7 cm)

Min. From Inside

Back to Front of

Cabinet Frame or Side Panel

3/4

(1.9 cm) Min.

Thick Bottom Shelf

Cut Back Flush with Front of

Side Panel

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Cabinetry

A7

Single Oven Cutout for Installation Below a Monogram Advantium or Microwave Oven

A8

Single Oven Cutout for

Installation Between a

Monogram Advantium or

Microwave Oven and a

Monogram Warming Drawer

Per Advantium or

Microwave Oven

Requirement

2

(5.1 cm) Min.

Per Advantium or

Microwave Oven

Requirement

2

(5.1 cm) Min.

NOTE: The middle rail separating the two openings may need to be larger than the 2

(5.1 cm) minimum shown. Always refer to the individual installation instructions packed with each product for specific requirements.

Combined Advantium or

Microwave Oven and Wall Oven

Installation:

When installed in combination with a

Monogram single wall oven, use separate electrical junction boxes.

• Refer to the Advantium or microwave oven installation instructions for electrical requirements of that product.

• These connections must be made by a qualified electrician. All electrical connections must meet National Electrical

Code or prevailing local codes.

Note: Install the oven only with specific models listed on the label located on top of the oven.

Per Warming Drawer

Requirement

2

(5.1 cm) Min.

NOTE: Additional clearances may be required. Check to be sure the oven supports above the Warming Drawer do not obstruct the required interior depth and height. The middle rail separating the openings may need to be larger than the

2

(5.1 cm) minimum shown. Always refer to the individual installation instructions packed with each product for specific requirements.

Warming Drawer Combined with Advantium or Microwave

Oven and Single Oven:

Install a separate 120V, 60Hz, properly grounded receptacle. See installation instructions packed with each product for specific requirements.

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Installation Instructions

B

Electrical Connections

ATTENTION INSTALLER

All electric wall ovens must be hard wired

(direct wired) into an approved junction box. A plug and receptacle is NOT permitted on these products.

DO NOT shorten the flexible conduit.

The conduit strain relief clamp must be securely attached to the junction box and the flexible conduit must be securely attached to the clamp. If the flexible conduit will not fit within the clamp, do not install the oven until a clamp of the proper size is obtained.

NOTE TO ELECTRICIAN: The 3 power leads supplied with this appliance are

UL recognized for connection to heavier gauge household wiring. The insulation of these 3 leads is rated at temperatures much higher than the temperature rating of household wiring. The current carrying capacity of the conductor is governed by the wire gauge and the temperature rating of the insulation around the wire.

WARNING:

Improper connection of aluminum house wiring to copper leads can result in an electrical hazard or fire.

Use only connectors designed for joining copper to aluminum and follow the manufacturer’s recommended procedure closely.

B1

B2

Turn off the circuit breaker or remove fuses to the oven branch circuit.

With the oven supported on a table or platform in front of the cabinet opening, connect the flexible conduit to the electrical junction box as shown below. Position the conduit in such a manner that it will lie on top of the oven in a natural loop when the oven is installed. You will need to purchase an appropriate strain relief clamp to complete the connection of the conduit to the junction box.

Junction Box

Location

GROUND

WIRE

Conduit

Place oven on a support to assist in connecting conduit

BARE

GROUND

RED

WHITE

BLACK

Strain Relief Clamp

(not included) must be used at

Junction Box

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Installation Instructions

B3

New Construction and

Four-Conductor Branch

Circuit Connection

• When installing in new construction, or

• When installing in a mobile home, or

• When installing in a recreational vehicle, or

• When local codes do not permit grounding through neutral:

a. Cut the neutral (white) lead from the crimp.

Re-strip the neutral (white) lead to expose the proper length of conductor.

Ground

Wire

B4

Three-Conductor Branch

Circuit Connection

When connecting to a three-conductor branch circuit, if local codes permit:

a. Connect the bare oven ground conductor with the crimped neutral (white) lead to the branch circuit neutral (white or gray in color), using a wire nut.

Ground and

Neutral Wires

Junction Box

Cover

b. Connect the oven red lead to the branch circuit red lead in accordance with local codes, using a wire nut.

c. Connect the oven black lead to the branch circuit black lead in accordance with local codes, using a wire nut. If the residence red, black or white leads are aluminum conductors, see WARNING on page 9.

d. Install Junction Box Cover.

Junction Box

Cover

b. Attach the appliance grounding lead (green or bare copper) in accordance with local codes. If the residence grounding conductor is aluminum, see

WARNING on page 9.

c. Connect the oven neutral (white) lead to the branch circuit neutral (white or gray) in accordance with local codes, using a wire nut.

d. Connect the oven red lead to the branch circuit red lead and the oven black lead to the branch circuit black lead in accordance with local codes, using wire nuts. If the residence red, black or white leads are aluminum conductors, see

WARNING on page 9.

e. Install Junction Box Cover.

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Installation Instructions

C

Securing the Oven in the Opening

C1

Sliding the Oven Into the Opening

a. Loop (do not tie) a 36

(91 cm) string around the conduit before the oven is slid into place. This will keep the conduit from falling behind the oven.

Pull out on string loop while pushing the oven into the cabinet

C2

Drilling the Pilot Holes and Mounting the Oven

NOTE: Before drilling the pilot holes, make sure the oven is pushed as far back into the opening as it will go and centered.

a. Drill through the mounting holes (top and bottom) of the side trim, for the #8 screws provided.

Mounting

Hole

Locations

(Hole

Locations may vary)

The screws must be a minimum of

1/4

(0.64 cm) from the front of the cutout.

b. Lift oven into cabinet cutout using the oven opening as a grip. Carefully push against oven front frame. Do not push against outside edges.

c. As you slide the oven back, pull the string so that the conduit will lie on top of the oven in a natural loop.

d. When you are sure the conduit is out of the way, slide the oven 3/4 way back into the opening. Remove the string by pulling on one end of the loop.

WARNING:

Mounting screws must be used. Failure to do so could result in the oven falling out of the cabinet causing serious injury.

b. Secure the oven to cabinet with screws provided.

NOTE: If the cabinet is particle board, you must use #8 x 3/4

(1.9 cm) particle board screws. These may be purchased at any hardware store.

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Installation Instructions

C3

Installing the Oven

Rack Supports and

Oven Racks

Oven Rack Supports

Place the rack support with the slotted holes over the rear bolts and the round holes over the front bolts. Using an adjustable wrench, lightly secure with four nuts but do not overtighten or the enamel could be chipped. Repeat for the second rack support.

C4

Installing the Metal

Bottom Trim

a. Place the bottom trim between the side trim and against the bottom of the cutout.

b. Using two trim screws provided, secure the bottom trim through the holes in the trim.

Slotted holes over rear bolts

Round holes over front bolts

Oven Racks

a. Place the rear rack locks over and onto the rack supports (five rack positions are available, including the top position).

IMPORTANT: If this unit is ever removed from the cabinet or the oven is ever pulled out for service, the trim must be removed first or damage to the trim will occur.

b. Slide the rack all the way in until the rear rack locks are secure on the rear rack supports, and press the front rack locks onto the front rack supports.

Slide the rack all the way in and push down to lock the front rack locks onto the front rack supports

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Installation Instructions

D

Replacing the Oven Door

NOTE: The oven door is heavy. You may need help lifting the door high enough to slide it into the hinge slots.

Do not lift the door by the handle.

D3

Open the oven door as far as it will open.

D4

Push the hinge locks up against the front frame of the oven cavity, to the locked position.

Hinge in

Locked Position

D1

Lift the oven door by placing one hand on each side. The door is heavy, so you may need help. Do not lift the door by the handle.

Notch of Hinge

Securely Fitted into Bottom of

Hinge Slot

D5

Close the oven door.

D2

With the door at the same angle as the removal position, which is most of the way closed, seat the notch of the hinge arm into the bottom edge of the hinge slot. The notch of the hinge arm must be fully seated into the bottom of the slot.

Hinge Arm

Bottom Edge of Slot

Hinge Notch

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Installation Instructions

Pre-Test Checklist

Remove all protective film, if present, and any stickers.

Check to be sure that all wiring is secure and not pinched or in contact with moving parts.

NOTE TO ELECTRICIAN: You must unplug the green wire (near where the long flexible conduit exits the unit) when conducting high-potential testing.

Please replug prior to operation.

Check that the bottom trim is installed properly (see page 12).

Check to be sure the mounting screws are installed and flush with the side trim (see page 11).

Operation Checklist

Remove all items from the inside of the oven.

Check that conduit is securely connected to the junction box.

Turn on the power to the oven. (Refer to your Owner’s Manual.) Verify that the bake and broil units, and all cooking functions operate properly.

Check that the circuit breaker is not tripped nor the house fuse blown.

See your Owner’s Manual for troubleshooting list.

If "bAd" "LInE" appears in the display when the power is turned on, the house wiring connections are incorrect.

NOTE TO ELECTRICIAN: The power leads supplied with this appliance are

UL recognized for connections to larger gauge household wiring. The insulation of these leads is rated at temperatures much higher than the temperature rating of household wiring. The current carrying capacity of a conductor is governed by the wire gauge and also the temperature rating of the insulation around the wire.

NOTE: ALUMINUM WIRING

A.

WARNING

: IMPROPER

CONNECTION OF ALUMINUM

HOUSE WIRING TO THE COPPER

LEADS CAN RESULT IN AN

ELECTRICAL HAZARD OR FIRE.

B. Splice copper wires to aluminum wiring using special connectors designed and UL approved for joining copper to aluminum, and follow the manufacturer’s recommended connector procedure closely.

NOTE: Wire used, location and enclosure of splices, etc., must conform to good wiring practice and local codes.

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