Instructions for the Installer

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3. PREPARING THE BUILT–IN OVEN

  WARNING

HEAVY WEIGHT HAZARD

-  Have two or more people move and install the oven

-  Failure to do so can result in back injury or other personal injuries.

The oven is designed for installation into any type of cabinetry as long as it is heat-resistant. Proceed
according to the dimensions shown in Pictures 1,  2  and  3. For installing under a countertop, use the
dimensions shown in Picture 3. For installing under a countertop beneath a cooktop with controls
connected to the oven, ensure a minimum clearance from any side walls of at least 110 mm as shown in
Picture 1. 
For installing in a column, observe the dimensions shown in Picture 2 allowing for a clearance of 80 to 90
mm at the top and sides of the column. Tighten the four screws (ref. A) inside the frame to secure (Pic.
1). 
For installing under a separate cooktop, allow for a rear and bottom clearance as shown in Picture 1 (ref.
B). See instructions regarding fitting and securing the cooktop. 

It is important to follow these instructions before and during oven installation:

Decide on the final location of the oven. Locate the existing wiring to avoid drilling into or severing
wiring during installation.

To avoid damage to the floor, place the oven on cardboard prior to installation. Do not lift by the door
handle or any part of the frame or trim.

Remove the shipping materials and tape from the oven.

Remove the appliance literature included with the packaging.

Remove racks and other parts from inside the oven and set aside.

Slide the oven on the cardboard close to the oven’s final location.

Remove the oven door (see paragraph “

9.2 Removing the door” in the Instructions for the User

booklet)

IMPORTANT: Use both hands to remove the oven door.