• Wire size and connections must conform
to the requirements of the National
Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70
ELECTRICAL CODE (*) – latest edition
or CSA Standard C22.1-94, Canadian
Electrical code, Part 1 (**) and CSA
C22.2 No. O-91 or latest edition and
all local codes and ordinances for the
kilowatt rating of the appliance.
IMPORTANT: Observe all governing
codes and ordinances.
• Copies of the standards listed above
may be obtained from:
• (*) National Fire Protection Association,
One Batterymarch Park, Quincy,
• (**) CSA International 8501 East
Pleasant Valley Road Cleveland, Ohio
1.3 Electrical connection
This appliance is manufactured with a
green or green-yellow ground wire
connected to the oven chassis.
To prepare the connection between the
oven and the junction box:
• Disconnect the power supply to the
• Feed the flexible cable conduit from the
oven through the opening of the cabinet.
• Remove the junction box cover, if
• Install a UL-listed or CSA-approved
conduit connector to the junction box.
• Route the flexible cable conduit from the
oven to the junction box through a UL-
listed or CSA-approved conduit
• Tighten the screws on the conduit
IMPORTANT: Any local codes or
ordinances should be give priority over
Frame grounded by connection of
grounding wire to neutral wire. If used in the
new branch circuit installation (1996 NEC)
or if local codes do not permit grounding
through neutral wire, open the connection
and use the grounding wire to the ground
unit in compliance with local codes.
Connect the neutral wire to the branch
circuit’s neutral conductor in the usual
• Disconnect the ground from the neutral
at the free end of the conduit.
• Use the grounding terminal or lead to
ground the unit.
• Connect the neutral terminal or wire to
the branch circuit neutral in the usual.
Electrical shock hazard
• Disconnect power to the junction box
• Electrically ground the appliance with
green or green-yellow wire.
FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE
RESULT IN DEATH, FIRE OR