OVEN INSTALLATION MANUAL
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Tools you will need
1 Wall or under counter installation, single oven 3 Electrical connections
1 Wall installation double oven 3 3-wire branch circuit
Choosing oven location
Steps for installation
Final check list
If the information in this manual is not followed exactly,
a fire or explosion may result causing property damage,
personal injury or death.
Please read these instructions
. They will save you time and effort and help to
ensure optimum oven performance.
Be sure to observe all WARNINGS. These installation
instructions are intended for use by a qualified installer.
In addition to these instructions, the oven shall be installed:
In the United States, in accordance with the National
Electric Code/State and Municipal codes and/or local
In Canada, in accordance wi
th Canadian Electric
Code C22.1-latest edition/Pro vincial and Municipal
codes and/ or local codes.
These shall be carefully followed at all times.
NOTE: IF INSTALLING YOUR OVEN IN
CANADA PLEASE CHECK TO MAKE
SURE THAT YOU HAVE A MODEL
WITH THE US AND CANADIAN LISTING
MARK, AS SHOWN ABOVE:
Mark as shown above means the oven complies with both
US and CANADIAN Standards.
TOOLS YOU WILL NEED
The following tools are needed to install your new oven:
Tape measure and straightedge or ruler
Wire cutters and wire stripper
Hand or saber saw
1” (2,5cm) Hole saw
Drill and drill bit
Safety gloves and goggles
Volt meter (0-250VAC)
Remove all tape and packaging before using the oven.
Destroy the packaging after unpacking the oven following
the rules in force in your town. Never allow children to play
with packaging material.
The oven must be supplied with the proper voltage and
frequency. The oven is manufactured to be connected to a
three-wire or four-wire, single phase, 120/240 Volt, 60 Hz AC
electrical supply on a sepa rate circuit fused on both sides of
the line. If a 120/208 Volt circuit must be used, see Connecting to
120/208 Volt Circuit, in this manual. A circuit breaker or time delay
fuse, sized not to exceed the circuit rating of the appliance
specified on the rating plate located on the frame behind the
door of the oven is recommended (see figure at page 5).
It is recommended that you have the electrical wiring and
hook-up of your oven performed by a qualified electrician.
After installation is complete have the electrician show you
where the main disconnect is and which of the circuit
breakers/fuses are for the oven.
CHOOSING OVEN LOCATION
Carefully select the location where the oven will be placed.
The oven should be located for convenient use in the
kitchen, but away from strong drafts.
Strong drafts may be caused by open doors or windows, or by
heating and/or air conditioning vents or fans. Make sure that
electrical power can be provided to the location selected.
STEPS FOR INSTALLATION
The following pages provide the necessary information for
proper installation of the oven and are arranged as follows:
Installation Cutout Dimensions, Required Clearances and
Mounting instructions for:
- Under counter Installation, Single Oven
- Wall Installation, Single Oven
- Wall Installation, Double Oven
Electrical Supply and Wiring Requirements, Programming
required if connecting to 120/208 Volt Circuit. Electrical
Connections for 3-wire or 4-wire Branch Circuit.
The oven must be supplied with copper or alumimum wires.
If aluminum wire is provided to connect oven to branch
circuit, UL listed connectors for joining copper and aluminum
must be used. Follow instructions provided with connectors.
IMPORTANT: Save these instructions for the local electrical inspector use.
INSTALLER: Please leave this manual with owner for future reference.
OWNER: Please keep this manual for future reference.