OVEN INSTALLATION MANUAL

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ELECTRICAL SUPPLY 

Before installing the oven have a qualified electrician 
verify that your home is provided with adequate 
electrical service and that the addition of the oven will 
not overload the branch circuit on which it is to be 
installed. 
A separate three-wire or four-wire single phase,  
240 Volt, 60 Hz, or a 208 Volt, 60Hz branch circuit is 
required. 
NOTE : FOR USE WITH 208 V, 60 HZ SUPPLY 
VOLTAGE, SEE CONNECTING TO 208 VOLT 
CIRCUIT. 
For hook-up of the oven you will need to have an 
approved junction box installed where it will be easily 
reached through the front of the cabinet where the 
oven will be located. The oven has 3 feet of conduit. 
Allow two to three feet of slack in the line so that the 
oven can be moved if servicing is ever necessary.  
DO NOT shorten the flexible conduit. 

Location of rating plate 

 

WIRING REQUIREMENTS 

When making the wire connections, use the entire 
length of the conduit provi ded (3 feet). The conduit 
must not be cut. 
Before making connections make sure the power is off 
and read and observe the following: 
1.  A separate three-wire or four-wire, single phase, 

240 Volt, 60 Hz or 208 Volt, 60 Hz branch circuit is 
required for the oven. 

 

 

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3. 

In the United States: 
Wiring must conform to the National Electrical 
Code, ANSI/NFPA No. 7 latest edition. You can 
obtain a copy of the National Electrical Code by 
writing to: National Fire Protection Association 
Batterymarch Park Quincy, MA 02269 
In Canada:  
Wiring must conform to Cana dian Electrical Code 
C22.1- latest edition. You can obtain a copy of the 
Canadian Electrical Code by writing to: Canadian 
Standards Association 178 Rexdale Boulevard 
Rexdale (Toronto), Ontario, Canada M9W 1R3 

4. 

connections must be suitable for the rating of the 
appliance as per the National Electrical Code 
requirements. The flexible armoured cable 
extending from the oven should be connected 
directly to the junction box. 

5.  The junction box should be located so as to allow 

as much slack as possible between the junction 
box and the oven so it can be moved if servicing is 
ever required. 

6.  A U.L. listed conduit connector must be provided 

at each end of the power supply cable. 

 

CONNECTING TO 208 VOLT CIRCUIT 

This option is provided for areas where standard 240 Volt service is 
not available. This option must be accessed with the oven connected 
to power source, and using the following sequence: 
1.  Within five minutes from power up, hold [OPTIONS] and [TIME] 

keys for 3 seconds to enter the user option menu. The display 
shows as follows: 

 

2.  Hold then [TIME] and [LIGHT] keys until the display becomes 

dark. 

3.  Hold [OPTIONS] and [LIGHT] further, until the time display shows 

“Volt” and temperature module shows “240” blinking, waiting for 
an input. 

 

 

4.  Using [INC] or [DEC] keys, the control toggles between 240V and 

208V options. Hold “OPTIONS” to confirm. 

5.  Hold [TIME] and [LIGHT] keys in order to quit the selection. 
6.  Hold [OPTIONS] key for 3 seconds to quit the user option menu. 
 
The voltage setting is stored and kept even after a long power-off. 
 

 WARNING 

ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD 

The electrical power to the oven branch circuit must be shut off 
while line connections are being made. 
Do not use an extension cord with this appliance. 
Electrical ground is required on this appliance. The free end of the 
green wire (the ground wire) must be connected to a suitable 
ground. This wire must remain grounded to the oven. 
If cold water pipe is interrupted by plastic, non metallic gaskets, 
union connections or other insulati ng materials, DO NOT use for 
grounding. 
DO NOT ground to a gas pipe. 
DO NOT have a fuse in the NEUTRAL or GROUNDING circuit. A 
fuse in the NEUTRAL or GROUNDING circuit could result in an 
electrical shock. 
Check with a qualified electrician if you are in doubt as to whether 
the appliance is properly grounded. 
Failure to follow these instructions could result in serious injury or 
death. 

 
 

 CAUTION 

Do not repair or replace any part of the appliance unless specifically 
recommended in the manual. All other serv

icing should be done by a 

qualified technician. This may reduce 

the risk of personal injury and 

damage to the oven. 
Never modify or alter the construction of   the appliance by removing 
panels, wire covers, screws, or any other part of the product. 
 
 

The oven must be connected with Copper or 
Aluminum wire.

Wire size (Copper or Aluminum wire) and