GE JS630DFWW

GE JS630DFWW Bedienungsanleitung

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  • BEFORE YOU BEGIN
    Read these instructions completely and carefully.
    IMPORTANT Save these instructions
    for local inspector’s use.
    IMPORTANT Observe all governing
    codes and ordinances.
    Note to Installer Be sure to leave these
    instructions with Consumer.
    Note to Consumer Keep these instructions
    for future reference.
    Skill level Installation of this appliance
    requires basic mechanical skills
    and advanced electrical skills.
    Proper installation is the responsibility
    of the installer.
    Product failure due to improper installation
    is not covered under Warranty.
    Installation Instructions
    30” Electric Slide-In Ranges
    12
    REPLACING THE OVEN DOOR
    NOTE: The oven door is heavy. You may need help lifting the door high enough
    to slide it into the hinge slots. Do not lift the door by the handle.
    A. Lift the oven door by placing one hand on each side. The door is heavy,
    so you may need help. Do not lift the door by the handle.
    B. With the door at the same angle as the removal position (approximately
    1”-2” from the closed position), seat the notch of the hinge arm into
    the bottom edge of the hinge slot. The notch of the hinge arm must
    be fully seated into the bottom of the slot.
    C. Fully open the door. If the door will not fully open, the indentation
    is not seated correctly in the bottom edge of the slot.
    D. Push the hinge locks up against
    the front frame of the oven cavity,
    to the locked position.
    E. Close the oven door.
    REPLACE THE STORAGE DRAWER
    A. Place the drawer rail on the guides. Push the drawer in until it stops.
    B. Lift front of the drawer and push in until the stops clear the guides.
    C. Lower the front of the drawer and push in until it closes.
    Stop
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    11-11 GE
    DOOR REMOVAL (optional)
    Door removal is not a requirement for installation of the product
    but is an added convenience. To remove the door:
    A. Open the oven door as far as it will go.
    B. Push both hinge locks down toward the door frame to the unlocked position.
    This may require a flat-blade screwdriver.
    DO NOT LIFT THE DOOR BY THE HANDLE!
    C. Place hands on both sides of the door, and close the oven door
    to the removal position. (Approximately 1”-2” from the closed position.)
    D. Lift door up and out until the hinge arms clear the slots.
    NOTE: The oven door is very heavy. Be sure you have a firm grip before lifting the
    oven door off the hinges. Use caution once the door is removed.
    Do not lay the door on its handle. This could cause dents or scratches.
    Hinge
    unlocked
    position
    Hinge
    slot
    Hinge
    arm
    11
    SLIDE RANGE INTO OPENING
    A. Position the range in front of the cabinet opening. Make sure that
    the glass that overhangs the countertop clears the countertop.
    If necessary, raise the unit by lowering the leveling legs.
    B. Push while lifting the range into the opening, until the range
    is within 2” of engaging the anti-tip bracket. Remove the protective trim
    from the side of glass (if provided).
    C. Using the adjustable pliers or wrench, carefully screw
    in the back leveling leg until the glass overhang comes
    to rest on the countertop. Then carefully screw in
    the front two leveling legs until the glass overhang touches
    the countertop.
    D. Carefully push the range into the opening until
    the countertop fully engages the control panel.
    The back glass overhang should cover the cutout
    opening. Plug the range cord into the receptacle.
    Locate the cord in the back of the range in a manner
    that it will not touch or be moved by the drawer.
    Position range cord so that
    there is no interference with
    the storage drawer
    STORAGE DRAWER
    Hinge notch
    Hinge in locked
    position
    Notch of hinge
    securely fitted
    into bottom
    of hinge slot
    Make sure edge of countertop fits flush
    against the end of Front Control Panel
    Countertop
    Questions? Call 1.800.GE.CARES (1.800.432.2737) or visit www.GEAppliances.com
    In Canada, call 1.800.561.3344 or visit www.GEAppliances.ca
    MATERIALS YOU MAY NEED TOOLS YOU WILL NEED
    (UL Listed 40 AMP)
    4-Wire Cord 4’ long OR
    3-Wire Cord 4’ long
    Squeeze Connector
    (For Conduit
    Installations Only)
    1
    REMOVE PACKAGING MATERIALS:
    Failure to remove packaging materials could result in damage to the appliance. Remove all packing
    parts from oven, racks, heating elements and drawer. Also, remove protective film
    and labels on the door, cooktop (do not remove side protection on glass cooktops)
    and backguard. Do not remove protective channel from sides of glass cooktop, if applicable,
    until later in installation.
    Drill with 1/8” Bit
    Safety Glasses
    Adjustable Wrench
    Level
    Tin Snips
    Tape Measure
    Pliers
    1/4” Nut Driver
    7
    3-WIRE INSTALLATION
    WARNING:
    The neutral or ground wire of the power cord must be connected to the neutral
    terminal located in the center of the terminal block. Ground strap must connect the neutral teminal
    to the ground plate. The power leads must be connected to the lower left and the lower right
    terminals of the terminal block.
    DO NOT remove the ground strap connection.
    FOR POWER CORD INSTALLATION
    A. Remove the 3 lower terminal screws from the terminal block.
    B. Insert the 3 terminal screws through each power cord terminal
    ring and into the lower terminals of the terminal block. Be certain
    that the center wire (white/neutral) is connected to the center
    lower position of the terminal block.
    C. Tighten screws securely into the terminal block.
    FOR CONDUIT INSTALLATION
    A. Loosen the 3 lower terminal screws from the terminal block.
    B. Strip wire to expose tip about 5/8” long. Insert the center
    (white/neutral) wire tip through the bottom center terminal block
    opening. On certain models, the wire will need to be inserted
    through the ground strap opening and then into the bottom
    center block opening. Insert the two side bare wire tips into
    the lower left and the lower right terminal block openings.
    C. Tighten screws until the wire is firmly secured (35 to 50 inch-lbs.).
    Do not over-tighten the screws.
    NOTE: ALUMINUM WIRING: Aluminum building wire may
    be used but it must be rated for the correct amperage and voltage.
    PROCEED TO STEP 9.
    Ground
    strap
    Terminal block
    (appearance
    may vary)
    Neutral
    terminal
    Power cord
    Ground
    plate
    Power Cord
    Rating
    plate
    Rating
    plate
    13
    FINAL INSTALLATION CHECKLIST
    Check to make sure the circuit breaker is closed (RESET) or the circuit fuses are replaced.
    Be sure power is in service to the building.
    Check that all packing materials and tape have been removed. This will include tape on metal
    panel under control knobs (if applicable), adhesive tape, wire ties, cardboard and protective plastic.
    Failure to remove these materials could result in damage to the appliance once the appliance has been
    turned on and surfaces have heated.
    Check that the door and drawer are parallel to each other and that both operate smoothly.
    If they do not, see the Owner’s Manual for proper replacement.
    Check to make sure that the rear leveling leg is fully inserted into the anti-tip bracket
    and that the bracket is securely installed.
    OPERATION CHECKLIST
    Turn on one of the surface units to observe that the element glows within 60 seconds. Turn the unit
    off when glow is detected. If the glow is not detected within the time limit, recheck the range wiring
    connections. If change is required, retest again. If no change is required, have building wiring checked for
    proper connections and voltage.
    Check that the oven control operates properly. If the oven control does not operate properly,
    recheck the wiring connections.
    Be sure all range controls are in the OFF position before leaving the range.
    4
    PREPARE THE RANGE
    Protective
    channel
    STORAGE DRAWER REMOVAL
    A. Pull drawer out until it stops.
    B. Lift front of drawer until the stops clear the guide.
    C. Pull forward and remove the drawer.
    Rail
    Guide
    Stop
    Stop
    8
    4-WIRE INSTALLATION
    WARNING:
    The neutral wire of the supply circuit must be
    connected to the neutral terminal located in the lower
    center of the terminal block. The power leads must be
    connected to the lower left and the lower right
    terminals of the terminal block. The grounding lead must be
    connected to the frame of the range with the ground plate
    and the green ground screw.
    FOR POWER CORD INSTALLATION
    A. Remove the 3 lower terminal screws from the
    terminal block. Remove the ground screw and ground
    plate and retain them. Cut and discard the ground strap.
    DO NOT DISCARD ANY SCREWS.
    B. Insert the one ground screw into the power cord ground
    wire terminal ring, through the ground plate and into
    the frame of the range.
    C. Insert the 3 terminal screws (removed earlier) through each
    power cord terminal ring and into the lower terminals
    of the terminal block. Be certain that the center wire (white/neutral)
    is connected to the center lower position of the terminal block.
    Tighten screws securely into the terminal block.
    FOR CONDUIT INSTALLATION
    A. Loosen the 3 lower terminal screws from the terminal
    block. Remove the ground screw and ground plate
    and retain them. Cut and discard the ground strap.
    DO NOT DISCARD ANY SCREWS.
    B. Strip the wire to expose tip about 5/8” long. Insert
    the ground bare wire tip between the range frame
    and the ground plate (removed earlier) and secure
    it in place with the ground screw (removed earlier).
    Insert the bare wire (white/neutral) tip through the bottom
    center of the terminal block opening. Insert the two
    side bare wire tips into the lower left and the lower
    right terminal block openings.
    C. Tighten the screws until the wire is firmly secured
    (35 to 50 inch-lbs.). Do not over-tighten the screws.
    NOTE: ALUMINUM WIRING: Aluminum building wire may be used but it must be rated
    for the correct amperage and voltage.
    Before–Power Cord and Conduit
    Terminal
    block
    Terminal
    block
    Neutral terminal
    Neutral
    terminal
    Ground
    strap
    Ground plate
    (grounding to
    range)
    Ground
    screw
    Ground strap
    or
    After–Conduit
    Terminal
    block
    Ground
    plate
    (grounding
    to range)
    Wire
    tips
    Ground screw
    After–Power Cord
    6
    POWER CORD AND
    CONDUIT INSTALLATION
    A. Remove wire cover (on the back of range)
    by removing screws using a 1/4” nut driver.
    Do not discard these screws.
    B.
    For power cord and 1” conduit only,
    remove the
    knockout ring (1
    3
    8”) located on bracket directly
    below the terminal block. To remove the knockout,
    use a pair of pliers to bend the knockout ring away
    from the bracket and twist until ring is removed.
    5
    ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
    WARNING: This appliance must be properly grounded.
    WARNING:
    All new constructions, mobile homes, recreational vehicles and installations where
    local codes do not allow grounding through neutral require a 4-conductor, UL-listed range cord.
    WARNING: To prevent fire or shock, do not use an extension cord with this appliance.
    WARNING: To prevent shock, remove house fuse or open circuit breaker before beginning
    installation.
    We recommend you have the electrical wiring and hookup of your range connected by a qualified
    electrician. After installation, have the electrician show you how to disconnect power from the range.
    You must use a single-phase, 120/208 VAC or 120/240 VAC, 60 hertz electrical system. If you connect
    to aluminum wiring, properly installed connectors approved for use with aluminum wiring must be
    used.
    Effective January 1, 1996, the National Electrical Code requires that new construction (not existing)
    utilize a 4-conductor connection to an electric range. When installing an electric range in new
    construction, mobile home, recreational vehicle, or an area where local codes prohibit grounding
    through the neutral conductor, refer to the section on four-conductor branch circuit connections.
    Check with your local utilities for electrical codes which apply in your area. Failure to wire your oven
    according to governing codes could result in a hazardous condition. If there are no local codes, your
    oven must be wired and fused to meet the National Electrical Code, NFPA No. 70 – latest edition,
    available from the National Fire Protection Association.
    This appliance must be supplied with proper voltage and frequency and connected to an individual,
    properly grounded, 40 amp (minimum) branch circuit protected by a circuit breaker
    or time-delay fuse.
    Use only a 3-conductor or a 4-conductor UL-listed range cord.
    These cords may be provided with ring terminals on wire and
    a strain relief device.
    A range cord rated at 40 amps with 125/250 minimum volt range
    is required. A 50 amp range cord is not recommended, but if used,
    it should be marked for use with nominal 1
    3
    8” diameter connection
    openings. Care should be taken to center the cable and strain relief
    within the knockout hole to keep the edge from damaging the cable.
    The rating plate is located on the oven frame or on the side
    of the drawer frame.
    9
    REPLACE THE WIRE COVER
    Replace wire cover on range back by sliding its left edge under the retaining
    tabs and replace the screws removed earlier. Make sure that no wires are pinched
    between cover and range back.
    6
    POWER CORD AND CONDUIT INSTALLATION (CONT.)
    C. For power cord installations only (see the next step if
    using conduit), assemble the strain relief
    in the hole. Insert the power cord through the strain
    relief and tighten. Allow enough slack to easily attach
    the cord terminals to the terminal block.
    If tabs are present at the end of the winged
    strain relief, they can be removed for a better fit.
    NOTE: Do not install the power cord without a strain
    relief. The strain relief bracket MUST be installed
    before reinstalling the rear range wiring cover.
    D. For conduit installations only, purchase a squeeze
    connector matching the diameter of your conduit and
    assemble it in the hole. Insert the conduit through the
    squeeze connector and tighten. Allow enough slack to easily
    attach the wires to the terminal block.
    NOTE: Do not install the conduit without a squeeze connector.
    The squeeze connector MUST be installed before reinstalling
    the rear range wiring cover.
    Power cord
    Strain relief
    Terminal
    block
    Bracket
    Squeeze connector
    Terminal
    block
    Bracket
    Knockout
    ring in
    bracket
    Knockout ring
    removed
    Terminal block
    (appearance may
    vary)
    3
    ALTERNATE INSTALLATION / CONSTRUCTION KITS
    Description:
    Backguard Kit: Adds a decorative backguard to the rear
    of the range. This kit can only be used when the opening
    in the countertop is 25” deep.
    Maintop Filler Kit: Adds a filler strip to the rear of the range. This
    kit can only be used when the opening in the countertop is 25”
    deep. This kit cannot be used with a backguard kit.
    Maintop Filler Kit Numbers:
    Body Side Kit: Contains a color-matched side panel which can
    be used to create a finished appearance on either side
    of the range.
    Lower Trim Kit: Contains a color-matched toe kick
    and extra-long leveling legs. Designed to be used when
    the range needs to be raised higher than 36-1/2”.
    Use:
    Designed to be used when replacing a
    free-standing range with a slide-in.
    Used to fill gap between the range
    back and wall.
    WB07T10680 (Black)
    WB07T10681 (White)
    WB07T10682 (Bisque)
    Designed to be used when cabinets
    are absent on one side of the range.
    Use kit when countertop height is
    36-1/2” to 38” high.
    To order accessory kits, call 1.866.775.4557, or visit www.GEAppliances.com.
    2
    PREPARE THE OPENING (FOR INDOOR USE ONLY)
    If the countertop area is not flat, excess tension may be applied to the glass cooktop causing breakage
    and voiding the warranty. Make sure the wall covering, countertop, flooring and cabinets around the range can
    withstand the heat (up to 200˚F) generated by the range.
    A. Allow 30
    minimum clearance between surface units and bottom of unprotected wood or metal cabinet,
    or allow a 24
    minimum when bottom of wood or metal cabinet is protected by no less then 1/4
    thick flame
    retardant millboard covered with no less than No. 28 MSG sheet metal (.015
    thick), .015
    thick stainless steel,
    .025
    aluminum or .020
    copper.
    B. This appliance has been approved for 0
    spacing to adjacent surfaces above the cooktop. However, a minimum
    6
    spacing to surfaces less than 15
    above the cooktop and adjacent cabinetry is recommended to reduce
    exposure to steam, grease splatter and heat. Allow 1/4
    minimum clearance at the back wall.
    To reduce the risk of burns or fire when reaching over hot surface elements, cabinet storage space above the
    cooktop should be avoided. If cabinet storage space is to be provided above the cooktop, the risk can
    be reduced by installing a range hood that projects at least 5
    beyond the front of the cabinets. Cabinets installed
    above the cooktop must be no deeper than 13
    .
    31-1/2”–Metal Cooktops
    31-1/4”–Glass Cooktops
    Front surface
    of countertop
    Height from floor to range top
    35-7/8”–36-1/2”
    OR
    36-1/2”–38” with lower trim
    slide-in kit (see Step 3)
    36-1/4”
    19-1/2”–20-5/8”
    Door clearance from
    front surface of
    countertop
    23-1/2”–24”
    30”
    Min.
    9/16”
    See note B above.
    7-1/2”
    2-1/2”
    23-3/16”
    Acceptable electrical
    outlet area
    25”
    29-15/16”–30-1/16”
    1/4” Min. Flat
    35-7/8”–36-1/2” from
    Floor to countertop
    2-1/2”
    See note A
    above.
    1-1/4” Min, from countertop
    to top of cabinet drawer
    Bottom edge
    of slot
    Hinge arm
    4”
    NOTE: Use a 4’
    power cord to prevent
    interference with the
    storage drawer. Power
    cords 4-1/2’ to 6’ long may
    have to be dressed to allow
    for proper drawer closing.
    Hinge clears slot
    Wire
    cover
    Wire
    cover
    Wire tips
    Terminal
    block
    Conduit
    Conduit
    31-1/8” (79.1 cm)
    If the control panel
    measures 31-1/8”
    (79.1 cm) like in the
    illustration AND if the
    countertop has a raised
    edge, shave raised edge
    to clear the control panel,
    as shown at left.
    See note B
    above.
    2-7/8”
    FOR YOUR SAFETY:
    WARNING
    Before beginning the
    installation, switch power off at service
    panel and lock the service disconnecting
    means to prevent power from being
    switched on accidentally. When the
    service disconnecting means cannot
    be locked, securely fasten a prominent
    warning device, such as a tag, to the
    service panel.
    A child or adult can tip the range and be killed.
    Install the anti-tip bracket to the wall or floor.
    Engage the range to the anti-tip bracket by sliding the
    range back such that the foot is engaged.
    Re-engage the anti-tip bracket if the range is moved.
    Failure to do so can result in death or serious burns
    to children or adults.
    Tip-Over Hazard
    WARNING
    Anti-Tip Bracket
    Kit Included
    If you did not receive an anti-tip bracket with your purchase,
    call 1.800.626.8774 to receive one at no cost. (In Canada,
    call 1.800.561.3344.) For installation instructions of the bracket,
    visit: www.GEAppliances.com. (In Canada, www.GEAppliances.ca.)
    10
    ANTI-TIP DEVICE INSTALLATION
    To reduce the risk of tipping
    the range, the range must
    be secured by a properly
    installed anti-tip bracket. See
    installation instructions
    shipped with the bracket for
    complete details before
    attempting to install.
    To check if the bracket
    is installed and engaged
    properly, look underneath
    the range to see that the rear
    leveling leg is engaged in the bracket. On some models, the storage drawer or kick panel can be removed
    for easier inspection. If visual inspection is not possible, slide the range forward, confirm the anti-tip bracket
    is securely attached to the floor or wall and slide the range back so the leveling leg is under the anti-tip
    bracket. If the range is pulled from the wall for any reason, always repeat this procedure to verify the range
    is properly secured by the anti-tip bracket. Never completely remove the leveling legs or the range will not
    be secured to the anti-tip bracket.
    A child or adult can tip the range and be killed.
    Install the anti-tip bracket to the wall or floor.
    Engage the range to the anti-tip bracket by sliding the
    range back such that the foot is engaged.
    Re-engage the anti-tip bracket if the range is moved.
    Failure to do so can result in death or serious burns
    to children or adults.
    Tip-Over Hazard
    WARNING
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