Be sure your appliance is properly installed and grounded 
by a qualified technician. Ask your dealer to recommend a 
qualified technician or an authorized repair service. 
This appliance is manufactured with a green GROUND wire 
connected to the oven chassis. After making sure that the 
power has been turned off, connect the flexible conduit from 
the oven to the junction box using a U.L. listed conduit 
connector. Figures A and B and the instructions provided 
below present the most common way of connecting the ovens. 
Your local codes and ordinances, of course, take precedence 
over these instructions. Complete electrical connections 
according to local codes and ordinances  
“WARNING” Risk of Electric Shock, frame grounded to 
neutral of appliance through a link. 
Grounding through the neutral conductor is prohibited for new 
branch-circuit installations (1996 NEC); mobile homes; and 
recreational vehicles, or in an area where local codes prohibit 
grounding through the neutral conductor. For installations 
where grounding through the neutral conductor is prohibited: 
x Disconnect the ground from the neutral at free end of 


x Use grounding terminal or lead to ground unit; and 

x Connect neutral terminal or lead to branch circuit neutral in 

usual manner. 


Refer to Figure A, where local codes allow the connection of 
GROUND wire from the oven to the branch circuit NEUTRAL 
wire (gray or white colored wire): 
x If local codes permit, connect the green GROUND wire 

from the oven and the white wire from the oven to the 
branch circuit NEUTRAL wire (gray or white colored wire). 

x Connect the red and black leads from the oven to the 

corresponding leads in the junction box. 



Refer to Figure B: 
x Disconnect ground from neutral at free end of conduit. 

x Connect the green GROUND wire from the oven to the 

GROUND wire in the junction box (bare or green colored 

x Connect the red and black leads from the oven to the 

corresponding leads in the junction box. 

x Connect the white wire from the oven to the NEUTRAL 

(gray or white) wire in the junction box. 



Figure A                                               Figure B



To prevent improper connections leading to damage of 
electrical components and so voiding the warranty, the 
following steps must be performed: 
1.  Check the electrical requirements and make sure you have 

the correct electrical supply and that the oven is properly 

2.  Turn on the power supply to the oven.   
3.  Check power at the junction box wires using a voltmeter 

having a range of 0-250 VAC.  
If you have installed the oven for use on 240 Volt supply, 
you should find that the voltage reading between the black 
and red wires (Line to Line) should be 220 to 240 Volts.  
If you have modified the oven(s) for use on 208 Volt, the 
voltage reading between the black and red wires should be 
190 to 208 Volts. 

4.  Set the clock by following these steps:  
x Press [TIME] key twice until the display shows “SET TIME”.

x Immediately press [INC] or DEC] keys to set hours. 

x Press [TIME] key again to change minutes. 

x Immediately press [INC] or DEC] keys to set minutes, hold 

to change by ten (10) minutes step. 

x Press [TIME] key or wait for a few seconds.  
Clock is now set. 
5.  Test the bake mode by following this step:  
x Move cooking mode knob to “BAKE” position. 

x Cooling fan, oven lights, preheat led will turn on. 

x A beep is sounded when the oven reaches the preset  

350 °F (175 °C) and the preheat light turn off. 

x Move the knob back to “OFF” position to stop cooking. 
6.  To check the other oven functions refer to the “Using the 

Oven Controls” section of the USE AND CARE MANUAL. 

7.  If the oven is working properly, turn off the power supply to 

the oven. 

8.  Place the cover on the junction box and make sure the 

cover is securely fastened and turn on the power to the 

Leave these INSTALLATION instructions as well as the 
USE AND CARE MANUAL with the owner.