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The electric stove is designed for 115-120 volt and 230-240
volt, single-phase, three-wire a.c. service. Automatic models
are equipped with standard 60-cycle timers. Replacement motors
are available for converting timers to 50-cycle or 25-cycle
service. The fluorescent lamp ballast may be changed for 50-cycle
service, but a 25-cycle lamp ballast is not available because
of objectionable flicker.
The electric stove must be connected to the power supply and
grounded in accordance with the local electric code. The stove
service switch or combination stove and lighting switch should
have a 60-amp. circuit. An approved polarized stove receptacle
should be installed in the circuit at the stove location to
permit disconnecting the stove for moving or repairing.
Method of Grounding Stove. Every stove must
be grounded at the time of installation. Consult the local
utility for grounding requirements. The UL seal of approval
on the serial plate means that the stove has met all their
safety requirements. UL Form 0 installation means that, according
to laboratory measurements of surface temperatures on exterior
panels, the stove can be installed against combustible material
such as wood cabinets or wood lath walls. UL installation
Form No. 1 means the stove is approved for installation 1"
from such combustible material. The electric stove has been
approved for Form 0 installation.
Service Connection. Electrical service connections
are usually made through a 3' flexible "pigtail"
which is equipped at one end with a plug for insertion into
a standard stove outlet receptacle. This type of connection
is generally preferred because it provides a means for easily
disconnecting the stove. Metallic conduit must be used where
the local code requires this type of connection. The wire
size of the service cable should be No. 6 AWG or larger for
the two line wires and No. 8 AWG or larger for the neutral
wire. The service cable or "pigtail" is not supplied
with the stove. It can be obtained at any local hardware store.
The service opening provided is a 7/r3" diameter hole
scored for a 11/8" knockout. A strain-relief clamp should
be secured to the service cable to protect the terminal connections.
Line connections are made to the three terminals of the terminal
block located just above the service opening. Connect the
red, white, and black leads of the "pigtail" to
the corresponding terminals on the terminal block. After making
the service connection and replacing the cover, the stove
may be pushed into position. Remove one of the lower service
drawers or the lower front panel and reach through the opening
to insert the plug into the stove outlet receptacle.
Method of Leveling. All electric stoves must
be level to obtain proper baking results. After the stove
is in the desired location and has been connected, proceed
as follows: For a level indicator, place a spirit level or
a pan of water on a rack in the oven. Remove the two lower
service drawers or the lower front panel to reach the slotted
ends of the four leveling screws located at each corner of
the base. Adjust the leveling screws with a screwdriver until
the level indicator is even. If there are no leveling screws,
shims may be placed under the base to raise the stove to a
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