Installation

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1.2 Electrical requirements

Make sure that the power line rating 
matches the specifications indicated on the 
ID plate. The ID Plates are visibly located 
on the appliance.

These ID plates must never be removed.

•  lf codes permit and a separate ground 

wire is used, it is recommended that the 
suitability of the ground path be checked 
by a qualified electrician.

•  When a four-wire or three-wire, single-

phase, 120/208-volt, 60 Hz or 120/
240-volt, 60 Hz, AC-only, electrical 
supply is used, a 20-ampere maximum 
circuit protection is required. A time-
delay fuse or circuit breaker is 
recommended.

Warning
Electrical shock hazard

•  Have the electrical connection 

performed by authorized technical 
personnel.

•  Frame grounded by connection of 

grounding lead to neutral lead. If local 
codes do not permit grounding through 
neutral, open connection and use 
grounding lead to ground the unit in 
accordance with local codes. Connect 
neutral lead to branch-circuit neutral 
conductor in usual manner.

•  Do not use an adaptor.
•  Do not use an extension cord.
•  Check with a qualified electrician if you 

are not sure whether the appliance is 
grounded.

•  Turn power supply off before connecting 

the wires.

•  Electrically ground the appliance.
•  Failure to follow these instructions can 

result in death, fire, or electrical shock.

•  Improperly connecting the appliance’s 

grounding conductor can result in 
electrical shock. Check with a qualified 
electrician or service technician if you 
are in doubt as to whether the appliance 
is properly grounded. Do not modify the 
power supply cord. If it does not fit in the 
outlet, have a proper outlet installed by 
a qualified electrician.

•  Disconnect the main power supply.

FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE 
INSTRUCTIONS COULD 
RESULT IN DEATH, FIRE OR 
ELECTRICAL SHOCK.