Instructions for the Installer
4. MAKING THE ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
- Disconnect power to the junction box before connecting
- Electrically ground the appliance with green or green-yellow wire
FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS COULD RESULT IN DEATH,
FIRE OR ELECTRICAL SHOCK.
This appliance is manufactured with a yellow-green or green ground wire connected to the oven chassis.
To prepare the connection between the oven and the junction box:
- Disconnect the power supply to the junction box,
- Feed the flexible cable conduit from the oven through the opening of the cabinet,
- Remove the junction box cover, if present,
- Install a UL-listed or CSA-approved conduit connector to the junction box,
- Route the flexible cable conduit from the oven to the junction box through a UL-listed or CSA-
approved conduit connector.
- Tighten the screws on the conduit connector,
- Refer to figures 1 and 2 below, which represent the most common way of making the electrical
IMPORTANT: Any local codes and ordinances should be give priority over these instructions.
NOTE: Frame grounded by connection of grounding wire to neutral wire. If used in the new branch circuit
installation (1996 NEC) or if local codes do not permit grounding through the neutral wire, open the
connection and use the grounding wire to the ground unit in compliance with local codes. Connect the
neutral wire to the branch circuit’s neutral conductor in the usual manner:
- Disconnect the ground from the neutral at the free end of the conduit,
- Use the grounding terminal or lead to ground unit, and
- Connect the neutral terminal or wire to the branch circuit neutral in the usual manner (see pic. 2