Electrical Shock Hazard
Electrically ground range.
Failure to follow these instruc- tions can result in death, fire or electrical shock.
If codes permit and a separate ground wire is used, it is recommended that a qualified electrician installer determine that the ground path and wire gauge are in accordance with local codes.
Be sure that the electrical connection and wire size are adequate and in conformance with:
- ANSI/NFPA 70 latest edition and local codes and ordinances
- CSA Standard C22.1, Canadian Electrical Code, Part 1 - latest edition, and all local codes and ordinances.
- Do not ground to a gas pipe.
- Check with a qualified electrical installer if you are not sure the range is properly grounded.
- Do not have a fuse in the neutral or ground circuit.
- When a 4-wire, single phase 120/240-volt, 60Hz, AC-only electrical supply is avail- able, a 20 amp maximum circuit protection is required, fused on both sides of the line.
- A time-delay fuse or circuit breaker is recommended.
- This range is equipped with a Certified Power Cord intended to be plugged into a standard 14-50R wall receptacle. Be sure the wall receptacle is within reach of range’s final location.
- Do not use an extension cord.
In the case of substitution of the power cord always replace it with a suitable UL or CSA approved one (with the same technical features of the replaced cord).
Tighten the power cord by using only the power cord strain relief bracket supplied with the appliance. Allow enough slack to easily attach the cord terminals to the terminal block.
These operations must be carried out only by an authorized technician.