Installation guide

Before attempting the installation of this kit, be sure to unplug the oven from wall receptacle.
Your oven is designed to be installed under properly constructed, good condition wood or metal cabinets that are sturdy enoughto support
the items you have in the cabinet, plus an additional 41 kg (90 pounds) from the cabinet bottom.
Empty the contents of your selected cabinet and the delicate items in adjoining cabinets.
(NOTE: When drilling the holes, the vibration could cause damage to fragile items such as crystal or china.)
Now, you must inspect your cabinets. If any of the following conditions exist, then it is your personal responsibilityto test the cabinets or
contact a qualified cabinet maker.
1. Separation of joints between the bottom shelf and the cabinet structure.
2. Splitting, cracking or other signs of deterioration.
3. Check the number of screws used to install your cabinets. If your cabinet is attached to the wall with only two screws at the top, then
you must add two screws at the bottom to firmly secure your cabinet to the wall. When addingthe screws, be sure that they enter wall
studs with at least 1.3 cm (1/2") penetration.
4. On wood cabinets, the bottom shelf must be at least .48 cm (3/16") thick masoniteor plywood.
5. Be sure that the underside of the cabinet is at least 50 cm (20") wide and 35.0cm (13 25/32") deep. If the cabinet is less than
35.0cm(13 25/32") deep, follow the cabinet mounting instructions catefully if you desire to mount your oven under cabinet.
To test your cabinets, place a 40 KG(90LB.)load, plus the equivalent weight of items normally stored on the shelf*,for a minimum of five
*You may consider using jugs of water, bricks or books to obtain the test load.
PLEASE NOTE: Ifyour cabinet is properly constructed and suitably installed it will withstand this test without any damage; however, there
is the possibility of damage should the cabinet be incapable of supporting the additional load.
The Maytag Company is NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGE OR OTHER CONSEQUENCES resultingfrom the performance of
this test.
Ifyou are unsure that your cabinets are suitable for this type of installation you may use the oven on your countertop.
The following tools are needed for installation of your unit:
Drill and .64cm (1/4") drill bit
Phillips and flat blade screwdrivers
Nail or center punch
Pencil and ruler
The following is a list of the parts that you may need for installation of your oven.
Remove all partsfrom the cooking cavity and compare them with the parts list and illustration to be sure that none are missing. Use this
time to become familiar with each piece.
Part No.: 8101 P611-60
Code No.: DE68-02900A

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