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SAMSUNG The Range Microwave Oven Instruction Manual

IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

This intersection requires a three-prong ground mercantile establishment. The installer must perform a ground continuity check on the power release box before beginning the initiation to ensure that the exit box is properly grounded. If not properly grounded, or if the exit box does not meet electric requirements noted ( under ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS ), a qualify electrician should be employed to correct any deficiencies.
CAUTION:

For personal condom, remove the firm fuse or open the circuit circuit breaker before beginning the installation to avoid severe or black shock injury.
CAUTION: For personal safety, the mounting surface must be capable of supporting the cabinet load in addition to the add burden of this 69 hammer product, plus extra oven loads of up to 50 pounds or a full weight of 109 pounds.
CAUTION: For personal safety, do not install this product in cabinetwork configured as an island or a peninsula. The microwave oven must be mounted to BOTH a lead cabinet AND a rampart.
NOTE: For easier installation and personal safety, we recommend that two people install this product.
IMPORTANT ­ PLEASE READ CAREFULLY. FOR PERSONAL SAFETY, THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE PROPERLY GROUNDED TO AVOID SEVERE OR FATAL SHOCK.

The might cord of this appliance is equipped with a three-prong ( grounding ) chew which mates with a standard three-prong ( grounding ) wall receptacle to minimize the possibility of electric shock hazard from this appliance.
You should have the wall receptacle and circuit checked by a qualified electrician to make sure the receptacle is by rights grounded.
If you have a standard two-prong wall receptacle, it is very authoritative to have it replaced with a by rights grounded three prong wall receptacle, installed by a qualify electrician.
DO NOT, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES, CUT, DEFORM OR REMOVE ANY OF THE PRONGS FROM THE POWER CORD. DO NOT USE WITH AN EXTENSION CORD .

electrical REQUIREMENTS

product military rank is 120 volts AC, 60 Hertz, 14.5 amps and 1.7 kilowatts.This product must be connected to a supply circuit of the proper voltage and frequency. Wire size must conform to the requirements of the National Electrical Code or the prevail local code for this kilowatt rat. The ability add cord and plug should be brought to a separate branch tour single grounded mercantile establishment of at least 15 A and soap of 20 A. The mercantile establishment box should be located in the cabinet above the microwave oven. The wall socket box and provision circuit should be installed by a qualify electrician and conform to the National Electrical Code or the prevailing local code .

HOOD EXHAUST

NOTE: Read these future two pages lone if you plan to vent your exhaust to the outside. If you plan to recirculate the air travel back into the room, proceed to page 11.
OUTSIDE TOP EXHAUST (EXAMPLE ONLY)
The surveil graph contains an case of one possible ductwork initiation.

DUCT PIECES EQUIVALENT LENGTH X NUMBER USED = EQUIVALENT LENGTH
Wall Cap 40 ft. X (1) = 40 ft
3 Ft. Straight Duct (3 ¼” x 10″ Rectangular) 3 ft. X (1) = 3 f
90 ° Elbow 10 ft. X (2) = 20 ft.
Equivalent lengths of duct pieces are based on actual tests and reflect requirements for good venting performance with any vent hood. Total Length = . 63 ft

NOTE: For back exhaust, caution should be taken to align the exhaust with the space between studs, or the wall should
be prepared at the time it is constructed by leaving enough outer space between the wall studs to accommodate exhaust. NOTE: If you need to install ducts, note that the sum duct duration of 3 ¼ ” x 10″ orthogonal or 6″ diameter round of golf duct should not exceed 140 equivalent feet.
Outside breathing requires a HOOD EXHAUST DUCT. Read the follow cautiously.
NOTE: It is crucial that venting be installed using the most conduct route and with as few elbows as possible. This ensures pass vent of exhaust and helps prevent blockages. Also, make sure dampers swing freely and nothing is blocking the ducts.

Exhaust connection:

The hood exhaust has been designed to mate with a standard 3 ¼ ” x 10″ orthogonal duct.
If a rung duct is required, a rectangular-to-round transition adapter must be used. Do not use less than a 6″ diameter duct.

Maximum duct length:
For satisfactory air movement, the total duct length of 3 ¼” x 10″ rectangular or 6″ diameter round duct should not exceed 140 equivalent feet.
Elbows, transitions, wall and roofcaps, etc. give extra resistance to airflow and are equivalent to a section of straight duct which is
longer than their actual physical size. When calculating the sum duct length, add the equivalent lengths of all transitions and adaptors plus the duration of all straight duct sections. The chart below shows you how to calculate total equivalent ductwork length using the equivalent distance in feet of some distinctive ducts .

DUCT PIECES EQUIVALENT LENGTH X NUMBER USED = EQUIVALENT LENGTH`
Rectangular-to-Round Transition Adaptor* 5 ft X ( ) = ft.
Wall Cap 40 ft X ( ) = ft.
90 ° Elbow 10 ft X ( ) = ft.
45 ° Elbow 5 ft X ( ) = ft.
90 ° Elbow 25 ft. X ( ) = ft.
45 ° Elbow 5 ft X ( ) = ft.
Roof Cap 24 fT X ( ) = ft.
Straight Duct 6″ Round or 3 ¼” x 10″ Rectangular 1 ft X ( ) = FT
Total Ductwork = FT

IMPORTANT: If a rectangular-to-round transition adapter is used, the bottom corners of the damper will have to be cut to
paroxysm, using canister snips, to allow absolve movement of the damper.Equivalent lengths of duct pieces are based on actual tests and reflect the requirements for thoroughly vent performance with any vent hood .

DAMAGE – SHIPMENT/INSTALLATION

  • If the unit is damaged in shipment, return the unit to the store in which it was bought for repair or replacement.
  •  If the unit is damaged by the customer, repair or replacement is the responsibility of the customer.
  • If the unit is damaged by the installer (if other than the customer), repair or replacement must be made by
    arrangement between the customer and installer.

PARTS INCLUDED

HARDWARE PACKET

PART QUANTITY
Wood Screws (¼” x 2″) 1
Toggle Bolts (and wing nuts) ( 3 /16″ x 3″) 2
Self-aligning Machine Screws (¼” – 28 x 3 ¼” 2
ADDITIONAL PARTS
Top Cabinet Template 1
Rear Wall Template 1
Installation Instructions 1
Separately Packed Grease Filters 2
Exhaust adaptor 1
    • # 1 and #2 Phillips
      screwdriver
    • Tin snips (for cutting damper, if required)
    • Gloves
    • Level
    • Pencil
    • Scissors (to cut template, if necessary)
    • Saw (saber, hole or keyhole)
    • Duct and masking tape
    • Ruler or tape measure and straight edge
    • Electric drill with 3/16″, ½” and ⅝” drill bits
    • Stud finder or Hammer
      (optional)
    • Carpenter square (optional)
    • Filler blocks or scrap wood pieces, if needed for top cabinet spacing (used on recessed bottom cabinet installations only)
    • Safety goggles

MOUNTING SPACE

Bottom edge of the cabinet needs to be 30″ or more from the cook surface NOTES:

  •  The space between the cabinets must be 30″ wide and free of obstructions.
  • This microwave oven is for installation over ranges up to 36″ wide.
  • If you are going to vent your microwave oven to the outside, see the Hood Exhaust Section for exhaust duct preparation.
  • If installing the microwave oven beneath smooth flat cabinets, be careful to follow the instructions on the top cabinet template for power cord clearance.
  • Maximum cabinet depth above and beside the unit is 12″.
  • The dimensions provided are the minimum required for mounting the microwave oven. Local codes and the practical use of the range will likely require you to provide more than the 13.5″ shown between the range and the bottom of the
    microwave.

PLACEMENT OF THE MOUNTING PLATE

A. REMOVING THE MICROWAVE OVEN FROM THE CARTON/REMOVING THE MOUNTING PLATE

    1. Remove the installation instructions, Exhaust adaptor, filters, glass tray, and the small hardware bag. Do not remove the Styrofoam protecting the front of the oven.
    2. Fold back all 4 carton flaps fully against carton sides. Then carefully roll the oven and carton over onto the top side. The oven should be resting in the Styrofoam.
    3. Pull the carton up and off the oven
    4. Remove and properly discard plastic bags.
    5. Remove the 2 screws from the mounting plate. This plate will be used as the rear wall template and for mounting.
      NOTE: Retain the two screws. You will need to reinsert the screws in their original locations after you have removed the mounting plate.

B. FINDING THE WALL STUDS

    1.  Find the studs using one of the following methods:
      A. With a stud finder ­ a magnetic device which locates nails.
      OR
      B. Use a hammer to tap lightly across the mounting surface until you hear a solid sound. This will indicate a stud location.
    2.  After locating the stud(s), locate the stud’s center by probing the wall with a small nail to find the edges of the stud. Then, place a mark halfway between the edges. The center of any adjacent studs should be 16″ or 24″ from this mark.
    3.  Draw a line down the center of the studs.
      THE MICROWAVE MUST BE CONNECTED TO AT LEAST ONE WALL STUD.

C.DETERMINING WALL PLATE LOCATION UNDER YOUR CABINET
Plate position ­ below a flat bottomland cabinet.

Draw a vertical line on the wall at the center of the 30″ wide-eyed space. Tape the Rear Wall Template onto the wall so that the top of the template touches the bottom of the cabinet and the centerline on the template lines up with the line you drew on the wall.

Draw a vertical line on the wall at the center of the 30″ wide space. Draw a second, horizontal agate line on the wall below the cabinet to mark how army for the liberation of rwanda the inside of the front man overhang descends below the cabinet. Tape the Rear Wall Template onto the wall so that the crown of the template touches the bottom of the horizontal line and the center line on the template lines up with the upright line.

Draw a vertical line on the wall at the center of the 30″ wide space. Tape the Rear Wall Template onto the wall then that the
top of the template touches the bottomland of the cabinet frame and the centerline on the template lines up with the line you drew on the wall.
Your cabinets may have cosmetic trim that interferes with the microwave installation. Remove the cosmetic
trim to install the microwave by rights and to make it level.
THE MICROWAVE MUST BE LEVEL.
Use a tied to make surely the cabinet bottom is grade.

D. ALIGNING THE WALL PLATE

CAUTION: Wear gloves to avoid cutting fingers on sharp edges.

    1. Draw a horizontal line on the wall at the bottom of the “Rear Wall Template”.
    2. Drill ” holes for toggle bolts in 3 locations (Hole A, Hole B, Hole C) as shown in the illustration above. If the location of a hole lines up with a stud, drill a 3/16″ hole for a wood screw. You cannot use a toggle bolt to attach the wall plate to a stud.
      NOTE: DO NOT MOUNT THE PLATE AT THIS TIME.
      1. Holes A, B and C are inside area E. If none of these holes line up with a stud, find a stud in area E that lines up with a hole circle in Area E, and then drill a 3/16″ hole into it for a wood screw. You must have at least one wood screw mounted firmly into a stud to support the weight of the microwave. Set the mounting plate aside.

VENTILATION TYPES (CHOOSE A, B OR C)

This microwave oven is compatible with the follow three types of breathing

  • A. Outside Top Exhaust (Vertical Duct)
  • B. Recirculating (Non-Vented Ductless)
  • C. Outside Back Exhaust (Horizontal Duct)

A. OUTSIDE TOP EXHAUST (VERTICAL DUCT)
Adaptor in Place for Out

NOTE: This microwave is shipped assembled for Outside Top Exhaust ( except for non-vented models ). An exhaust adapter is shipped meet and attached to the filler-upper. Select the type of ventilation required for your installation and proceed to that section. B. RECIRCULATING (NON VENTED DUCTLESS)

IMPORTANT: You must install the include Charcoal Filter if you select nonvented exhaust. The charcoal filter is provided with the whole. C. OUTSIDE BACK EXHAUST (HORIZONTAL DUCT)

A. OUTSIDE TOP EXHAUST (VERTICAL DUCT)
A1. INSTALLATION PROCEDURE FOR THE EXHAUSTADAPTOR AND PROPER DAMPER OPERATION CHECK

The exhaust Adaptor and Damper are shipped meet and attached to the filler-upper .

  1. Slide the exhaust adaptor into place as shown in the diagram above.
  2. Make sure the tape securing the damper is removed and damper pivots easily before you mount the microwave.
    CAUTION: You will need to make adjustments to assure proper alignment with your house exhaust duct after the microwave is installed.

A2. ADJUST THE EXHAUST ADAPTOR
After you have installed the microwave, you will need to open the crown cabinet and adjust the exhaust adapter so that you can connect it to the house
duct

NOTE: You must attach the house duct to the exhaust adapter after facility is complete.
B. RECIRCULATING (NON-VENTED DUCTLESS)
B1. ADAPTING THE MICROWAVE BLOWER FOR RECIRCULATION

  1. Remove and save the screws that hold the blower plate to the microwave.
  2. Lift up the blower plate.
    NOTE: The exhaust adaptor with the damper is not needed for recirculating models. You may want to save them for possible future use.
  3. Remove the screw that holds the blower motor and carefully pull out the blower unit. The wires will extend far enough to allow you to adjust the blower unit.

    CAUTION: To avoid breaking or cracking the blower blade, do not touch the blade. Hold the outer case of the blower when you pull it out or put it back in place.

  4. Roll the blower unit 90 ° so that the fan blade openings are facing toward the front of the microwave.

    After Roll

  5. Place the blower unit back into the opening.

    CAUTION: Do not pull or stretch the blower unit wiring. Make sure the wires are not pinched.

  6. Secure the blower unit to the microwave with the screw.

B2. INSTALLING THE CHARCOAL FILTER

  1. Remove the screws on the top of the grille using a #1 Phillips screwdriver.
  2. Open the door.
  3. Remove the grille.
    • Push the grille left, and then pull the grille straight off.
      Charcoal filter
  4.  Install the charocal filter. When properly installed, the wire mesh of the filter should be visible from the front.
  5. Reinstall the grille and the screws.
  6. Close the door.

C. OUTSIDE BACK EXHAUST (HORIZONTAL DUCT) C1. ADAPTING THE MICROWAVE BLOWER FOR OUTSIDE BACK EXHAUST

  1. Remove and save the screws that hold the Blower Plate to the microwave.
  2. lift up the blower plate.
  3. Carefully pull out the blower unit. The wires will extend far enough to allow you to adjust the blower unit.
    BEFORE: Fan Blade Openings Facing Forward

    CAUTION: To avoid breaking or cracking the blower blade, do not touch the blade. Hold the outer case of the blower when you pull it out or put it back in place.

  4. Remove Parts “A” with tin snips or pliers.
  5. . Rotate the blower unit counterclockwise 180 °.
    Before Rotation

    After Rotation

  6. Place the blower unit back into the opening.
    AFTER: Fan Blade Openings Facing Back

    CAUTION: Do not pull or stretch the blower unit wiring. Make sure the wires are not pinched.
    NOTE: The blower unit exhaust openings should match the exhaust openings on the rear of the microwave oven.

  7. Close the Blower Plate and attach the exhaust adaptor to the rear of the oven by sliding it into the guides at the back top center of the oven. Push in securely until it is in the lower locking tabs. Take care to ensure that the damper hinge is installed so that it is at the top and that the damper swings freely.

facility

INSTALLATION OVERVIEW

  • A. Prepare the Rear Wall (for outside back exhaust/ horizontal duct only)
  • B. Attach the Mounting Plate to the Wall
  • C. Prepare the Cabinet above
  • D. Mount the Microwave Oven
  • E. Connect the Ductwork (for outside top exhaust/vertical duct only)

A. PREPARE THE REAR WALL FOR OUTSIDE BACK EXHAUST
You need to cut an possibility in the buttocks rampart for external exhaust.

  • Read the instructions for outside back exhaust on the REAR WALL TEMPLATE.
  • Tape the REAR WALL TEMPLATE to the rear wall.
  • Cut the opening, following the instructions on the REAR WALL TEMPLATE.
    CAUTION: Do not cut an opening in the rear wall if you are installing the microwave with vertical duct or non-vented ductless ventilation.

B. ATTACH THE POUNTING PLATE TO THE WALL

Attach the plate to the wall using toggle bolts. At least one wood screw must be used to attach the plate to a rampart stud .

  1. Remove the toggle wings from the bolts.
  2. Insert the bolts into the mounting plate through the holes designated to go into drywall, and then reattach the toggle wings so that ¾” of the bolt protrudes beyond the wing.
    To use the toggle bolts:
  3. Place the mounting plate against the wall, pinch the wings of each toggle together, and then insert the toggle wings of each toggle into and through the holes in the wall.
    NOTE: Before tightening the toggle bolts and wood screw, make sure the bottom of the Mounting plate runs along the bottom Horizontal line of the “Rear wall Template” and the Mounting plate is properly centered under the cabinet.
    CAUTION: Be careful to avoid pinching your fingers between the back of the mounting plate and the wall.
  4. Tighten all bolts. Pull the plate away from the wall to help tighten the bolts. Tighten the screw.

C. USE THE TOP CABINET TEMPLATE TO PREPARE THE CABINET ABOVE
You need to drill holes for the top digest screws and a hole large adequate for the power cord to fit through.

  • Read the instructions on the TOP CABINET TEMPLATE.
  • Tape it underneath the top cabinet.
  • Drill the holes, following the instructions on the TOP CABINET TEMPLATE.
    CAUTION: Wear safety goggles when drilling holes in the cabinet bottom.

D. MOUNT THE MICROWAVE OVEN

FOR EASIER INSTALLATION AND PERSONAL SAFETY, WE RECOMMEND THAT TWO PEOPLE INSTALL THIS MICROWAVE OVEN.
IMPORTANT: Do not grip the handle or use the handle during installation to support the microwave.
NOTE: If your cabinet is metallic element, use the nylon cringle in the might cord hole to prevent the cord from being cut.
NOTE: Filler blocks are required when mounting this unit under any cabinet with a adjourn bottom or front overhang. ( visualize page 9. )
IMPORTANT: The sheath wrong that will occur from over tightening screws if you do not use filler blocks is not covered under guarantee.
NOTE: When mounting the microwave oven, thread the exponent cord through hole in the bottom of the top cabinet. Keep it close throughout Steps 1­3. Do not pinch the cord or lift the oven by pulling cord .

  1. Lift the microwave, tilt it forward, and hook the slots at the back bottom edge onto the four lower tabs of the mounting plate.
  2. Rotate the front of the oven up against the cabinet bottom.
  3. Insert a self-aligning screw through the top center cabinet hole. Temporarily secure the oven by turning the screw at least two full turns after the threads have engaged. (It will be completely tightened later.) Be sure to keep the power cord tight. Be careful not to pinch the cord, especially when mounting flush to the bottom of the cabinet.
  4. Attach the microwave oven to the top cabinet.
  5.  Insert the 2 self-aligning screws through the cabinet bottom and, if used, through the filler blocks into the outer top of the unit. (See the illustration above). Continue to support the unit until both screws are inserted and engaged at least two full turns, then fully tighten both screws until the unit is secure.
  6. Install the grease filters. See the Owner’s Manual packed with the microwave for instructions.

    NOTE: For models with installed grease filters, you do not need to install a filter.

E. CONNECT THE DUCTWORK FOR OUTSIDE TOP EXHAUST

  1.  Extend the house duct down to connect to the exhaust adaptor.
  2. Seal the exhaust duct joints using duct tape.

BEFORE YOU USE YOUR MICROWAVE

  1. Make sure the microwave oven has been installed according to instructions
  2. Remove all packing material from the microwave oven.
  3. Install the turntable and ring in the cavity
  4. Replace the house fuse or turn the breaker back on.
  5. Plug the power cord into a dedicated 15 amp electrical outlet.

    insure proper ground exists before use

  6. Read the Owner’s Manua
  7. Keep installation instructions for the local inspector’s use.

Documents / Resources

SAMSUNG The Range Microwave Oven [pdf] Instruction Manual
The Range Microwave Oven