Thermador POM301, MED302, M301, MEM301, MEMCW301, MED272, MEMW271, PO301, M271, ME302, ME272, MEW301, POD 302, MEMW301, PO302, MEM271, MEMC301, PODC302, POD301, ME271, ME301, POMW301 User Manual

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INSTALLATION MANUAL

Built-in Ovens

Models:

M271

M301

ME271

ME301

ME272

ME302

MED272

MED302

MEW301

MEM271

MEM301

MEMC301

MEMW271

MEMW301

MEMCW301

PO301

POD301

PO302

POD302

PODC302

POM301

POMW301

Use and Care Manual

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Manual de uso y cuidado

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Guide d’utilisation et d’entretien

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This Thermador Appliance is made by BSH Home Appliances Corporation

5551 McFadden Ave.

Huntington Beach, CA 92649

Questions?

1-800-735-4328

www.thermador.com

We look forward to hearing from you!

Safety

mImportant Safety Instructions

READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS

WARNING: If the information in this manual is not followed exactly, fire or shock may result causing property damage or personal injury.

WARNING: Do not repair or replace any part of the appliance unless specifically recommended in the manuals. Improper installation, service or maintenance can cause injury or property damage. Refer to this manual for guidance. All other servicing should be done by a qualified technician.

Appliance Handling Safety

Do not lift appliance by door handle. Remove the door for easier handling and installation. See instructions in Use and Care Manual.

Unit is heavy and requires at least two people or proper equipment to move.

Hidden surfaces may have sharp edges. Use caution when reaching behind or under appliance.

Safety Codes and Standards

This appliance complies with one or more of the following Standards:

UL 858, The Standard for the Safety of Household Electric Ranges

UL 923, The Standard for the Safety of Microwave Cooking Appliances

UL 507, The Standard for the Safety of Electric Fans

ANSI Z21.1, The American National Standard for Household Cooking Gas Appliances

CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 113-M1984 Fans and Ventilators

CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 61-M89 Household Cooking Ranges

It is the responsibility of the owner and the installer to determine if additional requirements and/or standards apply to specific installations.

Electric Safety

Before you plug in an electrical cord, be sure all controls are in the OFF position.

If required by the National Electrical Code (or Canadian Electrical Code), this appliance must be installed on a separate branch circuit.

Installer - show the owner the location of the circuit breaker or fuse. Mark it for easy reference.

Important - Save these instructions for the local electrical inspector's use.

Before installing, turn power OFF at the service panel. Lock service panel to prevent power from being turned ON accidentally.

Refer to data plate for more information. See "Product Data Plate" under "Service" for data plate location.

Be sure your appliance is properly installed and grounded by a qualified technician. Installation, electrical connections and grounding must comply with all applicable codes.

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mImportant Safety Instructions

READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS

Related Equipment Safety

Remove all tape and packaging before using the appliance. Destroy the packaging after unpacking the appliance. Never allow children to play with packaging material.

Never modify or alter the construction of the appliance. For example, do not remove leveling legs, panels, wire covers or anti-tip brackets/screws.

Transport

To avoid damage to the oven vent, use the transport method shown in the picture below.

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Installation

Before you Begin

Tools and Parts Needed

Parts Included

Phillips head screwdriver

Measuring tape

Drill with bit (1/8")

Phillips head screws (6)

27” Appliances

General Information

Power Requirements

The outlet must be properly grounded in accordance with all applicable codes.

Dimensions for 27” Wall-Mounted Units

Single Oven 27”

It is good practice, when oven is installed at the end of a cabinet run, adjacent to a perpendicular wall or cabinet door, to allow at least 1/4” space between the side of the oven and the wall/door.

For oven support, install 2x4’s extending front to back flush with the bottom and the side of the opening. The supporting base must be well secured to the floor/cabinet and level.

Note: The conduit box must be installed either above or below the unit. If the conduit box is installed below the unit, a 2” diameter hole or space is required between the back wall and the right rear of the 2x4 supports.

The cabinet base must be flat and capable of supporting a weight of at least 210 lbs (95 kg).

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Double Oven 27”

It is good practice, when oven is installed at the end of a cabinet run, adjacent to a perpendicular wall or cabinet door, to allow at least 1/4” space between the side of the oven and the wall/door.

For oven support, install 2x4’s extending front to back flush with the bottom and the side of the opening. The supporting base must be well secured to the floor/cabinet and level.

Note: The conduit box must be located above the unit to facilitate connecting and servicing.

The cabinet base must be flat and capable of supporting a weight of at least 355 lbs (161 kg).

Combo Oven with Microwave 27”

It is good practice, when oven is installed at the end of a cabinet run, adjacent to a perpendicular wall or cabinet door, to allow at least 1/4” space between the side of the oven and the wall/door.

For oven support, install 2x4’s extending front to back flush with the bottom and the side of the opening. The supporting base must be well secured to the floor/cabinet and level.

Note: The conduit box must be located above the unit to facilitate connecting and servicing.

The cabinet base must be flat and capable of supporting a weight of at least 330 lbs (150 kg).

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Combo Oven with Microwave and Warming Drawer 27”

It is good practice, when oven is installed at the end of a cabinet run, adjacent to a perpendicular wall or cabinet door, to allow at least 1/4” space between the side of the oven and the wall/door.

For oven support, install 2x4’s extending front to back flush with the bottom and the side of the opening. The supporting base must be well secured to the floor/cabinet and level.

Note: The conduit box must be located above the unit to facilitate connecting and servicing.

The cabinet base must be flat and capable of supporting a weight of at least 370 lbs (168 kg).

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27” Under-the-counter units

A single oven installed under the counter allows for the installation of most Thermador Gas or Electric non-Cook’n’Vent® Model Cooktops. Downdraft units cannot be installed in this configuration; Thermador overhead ventilation is recommended.

Some TMH cooktops require additional clearances to combustible walls.

A Thermador cooktop should be installed on the same center line as the under-the-counter single oven. Follow the installation instructions provided with cooktop for installation of cooktops. 3 3/4” (95 mm) minimum is required from the top of the countertop to the top of the cutout opening for under-counter installation with Thermador cooktops. If the type of cabinet or countertop thickness does not provide for this minimum space, the cabinet base may have to be lowered, into the toe space, to provide the necessary space above the oven. However, a 4” minimum distance between the floor and the oven bottom must remain.

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30” Appliances

Dimensions for 30” Wall-Mounted Units

Single Oven 30”

It is good practice, when oven is installed at the end of a cabinet run, adjacent to a perpendicular wall or cabinet door, to allow at least 1/4” space between the side of the oven and the wall/door.

For oven support, install 2x4’s extending front to back flush with the bottom and the side of the opening. The supporting base must be well secured to the floor/cabinet and level.

Note: The conduit box must be installed either above or below the unit. If the conduit box is installed below the unit, a 2” diameter hole or space is required between the back wall and the right rear of the 2x4 supports.

The cabinet base must be flat and capable of supporting a weight of at least 190 lbs (86 kg).

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Double Oven 30”

It is good practice, when oven is installed at the end of a cabinet run, adjacent to a perpendicular wall or cabinet door, to allow at least 1/4” space between the side of the oven and the wall/door.

For oven support, install 2x4’s extending front to back flush with the bottom and the side of the opening. The supporting base must be well secured to the floor/cabinet and level.

Note: The conduit box must be located above the unit to facilitate connecting and servicing.

The cabinet base must be flat and capable of supporting a weight of at least 330 lbs (150 kg).

Combo Oven with Microwave 30”

It is good practice, when oven is installed at the end of a cabinet run, adjacent to a perpendicular wall or cabinet door, to allow at least 1/4” space between the side of the oven and the wall/door.

For oven support, install 2x4’s extending front to back flush with the bottom and the side of the opening. The supporting base must be well secured to the floor/cabinet and level.

Note: The conduit box must be located above the unit to facilitate connecting and servicing.

The cabinet base must be flat and capable of supporting a weight of at least 290 lbs (132 kg).

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Combo Oven with Microwave and Warming Drawer 30”

It is good practice, when oven is installed at the end of a cabinet run, adjacent to a perpendicular wall or cabinet door, to allow at least 1/4” space between the side of the oven and the wall/door.

For oven support, install 2x4’s extending front to back flush with the bottom and the side of the opening. The supporting base must be well secured to the floor/cabinet and level.

Note: The conduit box must be located above the unit to facilitate connecting and servicing.

The cabinet base must be flat and capable of supporting a weight of at least 310 lbs (141 kg).

Combo Oven with Warming

Drawer 30”

It is good practice, when oven is installed at the end of a cabinet run, adjacent to a perpendicular wall or cabinet door, to allow at least 1/4” space between the side of the oven and the wall/door.

For oven support, install 2x4’s extending front to back flush with the bottom and the side of the opening. The supporting base must be well secured to the floor/cabinet and level.

Note: The conduit box must be located above the unit to facilitate connecting and servicing.

The cabinet base must be flat and capable of supporting a weight of at least 290 lbs (132 kg).

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30” Under-the-counter-Units

A single oven installed under the counter allows for the installation of most Thermador Gas or Electric non-Cook’n’Vent® Model Cooktops. Downdraft units cannot be installed in this configuration; Thermador overhead ventilation is recommended.

Some TMH cooktops require additional clearances to combustible walls.

A Thermador cooktop should be installed on the same center line as the under-the-counter single oven. Follow the installation instructions provided with cooktop for installation of cooktops. 3 3/4” inches (95mm) minimum is required from the top of the countertop to the top of the cutout opening for under-counter installation with Thermador cooktops. If the type of cabinet or countertop thickness does not provide for this minimum space, the cabinet base may have to be lowered, into the toe space, to provide the necessary space above the oven. However, a 4” minimum distance between the floor and the oven bottom must remain.

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Electrical Installation

All model ovens on the front cover are dual rated, designed to be connected to either 208/240V AC, 60 Hz, 4 wire, single-phase power supply.

Model

 

Circuit Required

 

 

 

 

 

208V, 60 Hz

 

240V, 60 Hz

 

 

 

 

M271, M301

25 AMP

 

30 AMP

 

 

 

 

ME301, MEW301

30 AMP

 

30 AMP

ME271, PO301,

 

 

 

POD301, DE301,

 

 

 

DEC301

 

 

 

 

 

 

ME302, MED302

40 or 50 Amp circuit. Refer to local electrical codes

ME272, MED272,

for de-rating requirements.

 

 

 

PO302, POD302,

 

 

 

PODC302, DE302,

 

 

 

MEM271, MEM301,

 

 

 

POM301, MEMC301,

 

 

 

MEMCW301,

 

 

 

MEMW271, MEMW301,

 

 

 

POMW301

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The electrical supply should be a 4-wire single-phase AC. Install a suitable conduit box (not furnished).

Important: Local Codes may vary, installation, electrical connections and grounding must comply with all applicable local codes.

If local codes permit grounding through the electrical supply neutral, connect both the white neutral wire and the bare ground wire from the oven to the white neutral electrical supply wire.

Electrical Connection

1.Connect the red oven wire to the red electrical supply wire (hot wire).
2.Connect the black oven wire to the black electrical supply wire (hot wire).
3.Connect the white neutral oven wire to the white neutral (not bare ground) electrical supply wire.
4.Connect the bare ground oven wire to the bare ground electrical supply wire.

The conduit cable, where connected at the oven, swivels. Rotate conduit cable upward (or downward) and direct through hole prepared in cabinet to attach to J-Box.

To facilitate maintain serviceability, the flex conduit must not be shortened and should be routed to permit temporary removal of the oven.

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Installing the Oven

Note: Before installing the oven be sure to verify the cabinet dimensions and elec-

 

trical connections.

 

Removing the Oven Door

For ease of installation, some oven doors may be removed to reduce the weight of the oven by 30 lbs (14 kg) per door, before installing into the cabinet. See instructions below.

mCAUTION: When removing the door:

Make sure oven is cool and power to the oven has been turned off before removing the door. Failure to do so could result in electrical shock or burns.

The oven door is heavy and fragile. Use both hands to remove the oven door. The door front is glass. Handle carefully to avoid breaking.

Grasp only the sides of the oven door. Do not grasp the handle as it may swing in your hand and cause damage or injury.

Failure to grasp the oven door firmly and properly could result in personal injury or product damage.

To avoid injury from hinge bracket snapping closed, be sure that both levers are securely in place before removing the door. Also, do not force door open or closed - the hinge could be damaged and injury could result.

To remove the oven door:

1. Be sure to read the above CAUTION before attempting to remove the door.

2. Open the door completely.

3. Flip levers on hinges toward you.

4. Close door carefully until it stops. It will be about half way closed.

5. Holding the door firmly on both sides using both hands, pull the door up and out of the hinge slots. Hold firmly; the door is heavy.

6. Place the door in a convenient and stable location for cleaning.

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