Monogram ZGU36L4R Owner`s manual

GE Monogram
Installation
Instructions
Professional
Gas Cooktops
48" Natural
Gas Models
ZGU48N4G
ZGU48N6R
ZGU48N6D
48" lAP Gas Models
ZGU48L4G
ZGU48L6R
ZGU48L6D
36" Natural
Gas Models
ZGU36N6
ZGU36N4R
ZGU36N4D
36" lAP Gas Models
ZGU36L6
ZGU36L4R
ZGU36L4D
®
Betore 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 the Consumer:
NOTE
TO CONSUMER:
i[,lva,_lmm_I,t1"his appliance
Keep
must be properly
these
instructions
grounded.
See "Electrical
For Monogram local service in your area,
1-800-444-1845.
For Monogram Service in Canada,
Call 1-888-880-3030.
For Monogram Parts and Accessories,
1-800-626-2002.
If you received a damaged cooktop,
should contact your dealer:
CAUTION:
THESE COOKTOPS
SHOULD
call
BE
to the high heat capacity of this unit, particular attention should be paid to the hood and
duct work installation to assure it meets local
codes.
is recommended
for 36"
cooktops.
Hoods should be 24" min.
width as the cooktop.
Contents"
Design
Models
deep
and
page
1or tuture
reference.
6. I
Proper installation is the responsibility of the
installer. Product tailure due to improper
installation is not covered under the GE
Appliance Warranty. See the Owner's Manual
1or details.
Island
installations:
Check
local building
the same
codes
1or the
proper
method
of cooktop
installation.
Local codes
vary. Installation,
electrical connections
and
grounding
must comply with applicable
codes.
In the absence of local codes, the cooktop
should be installed in accordance
with the
National Fuel Gas Code ANSI 223.1-1990
and
National
Standard countertop
and island installations:
A 1200 CFM Hood is recommended
1or 48"
cooktops.
A 600 CFM hood
Supply",
Manual
you
INSTALLED IN CONJUNCTION
WITH A
SUITABLE OVERHEAD VENT HOOD. Due
building
with your Owner's
Electrical
Code
ANSI/NFPA
70-1990.
CAUTION:
These cooktops are extremely heavy. Due to
the weight and size of the cooktop and to
reduce the risk of personal injury or damage
to the product, TWO PEOPLE ARE
REQUIRED FOR PROPER INSTALLATION.
Information
Available ..................................................................................................................................
3
Accessory Requirements
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Product
Dimensions
and Clearances
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3
4
Installation
Options
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Advance Planning
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5
5
Installation
Preparation
Tools & Materials Required
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Power Supply Locations
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6
6
Installation
Step
h Remove
Packaging
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7
Step 2: Cut the Countertop
Opening
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Step 3: Install the Cooktop
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Step 4: Conect Cooktop
to Gas ..........................................................................................................
7
8
8
Step 5: Install the Cooktop
Step 6: Connect
Electrical
Step 7: Assemble
Burners,
8
9
9
Finalize
Adjustable
Installation
Backguard
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Check Ignition ........................................................................................
Low Burner Settings
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10
10
Design
Information
Pr@ssional
Models"
Available
These cooktops are factory set far either
natural gas or liquid propane gas. Order the
model for your installation situation.
48" Natural
ZGU48N4G
Gas Models:
4 gas burners,
36" Natural
ZGU36N4D
grill and griddle
4 gas burners
ZGU48N6D
and grill
ZGU36N6
and griddle
Propane
4 gas burners,
6 gas burners
Gas Models:
grill and
36" Liquid
ZGU36L4D
griddle
Propane
4 gas burners
ZGU48L6R
Gas Models:
and griddle
ZGU36L4R
6 gas burners
and grill
4 gas burners
ZGU48L6D
and grill
ZGU36L6
6 gas burners
Re,quirements
and griddle
ZGU36N4R
and grill
6 gas burners
48" Liquid
ZGU48L4G
Gas Models:
4 gas burners
ZGU48N6R
6 gas burners
A ccessory
Gas Cooktops
and griddle
6 gas burners
All models require the installation of a
backguard or trim. A backguard/trim
should be
ordered at the same rime as the cooktop. Both should
be on sire at the time of installation.
48" backguards,
ZXC1B48
22" HighBackguardWith
order one:
1/2" trim backguard
(required
for island installations
or installations
where back wall is non-combustible;
such as brick, ceramic tile, marble, etc).
Warm_
Z XC 12 B48
12" high
backguard
ZXC22B48
22" high
12"HighBackguard
backguard
36" baekguards,
ZXC1B36
with warming
order
shelf
(2 piece)
one:
1/2" trim backguard
(required
for island installations
or installations
where back wall is non-combustible;
such as brick, ceramic tile, marble, etc).
ZXC12B36
12"high
backguard
ZXC22B36
22"high
Installation
backguard
with warmingshelf(2
piece)
Note:
For approved
installations
m non-combustible
back wall materials,
material
representative
to ensure
that the material
has appropriate
to staining
and/or
discoloration.
consult
resistance
3
Design
Information
Pr@ssional
Gas Cooktops
Product
Dimensions
R &t,l oa
18"Min.
48"
36" Min. to
Combustible
12"Min. to
Material From
Combustible Cooking
Material /
EachSide_
Surface
Instructions
Wide Models
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22-3/4"Min.
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18" Min.
36"
36"Min. to
Combustible
12"Min. to
Material From
Combustible Cooking
Material |
Surface
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Installation
Instructions
Wide Models
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CookmgSufface II
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36"Min.
Combustibles
12"Min to Combustibles
WithoutBackguard
or0"
to Non-Combustible
Wall
with1/2"Trim
36"Min
Combustibles
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1/2"Trim
--0" Clearance
Installation
Preparation
Pro/essional
Installation
Options
These cooktops
can be installed
in standard
24" or deeper 25" cabinets.
• In 24" deep cabinets,
the front of the
cooktop
will project approximately
1-7/8"
beyond
the fi'ont of the countertop.
• In 25" deep cabinets,
the cooktop
will be
flush with the fi'ont of the countertop.
Gas Cooktops
•The stainless surface of the cooktop
will be
1/2" higher than adjacent
countertop.
• Cooktop
fits flush to rear of cutout,
no
additional
support
is required.
Cooktop
1/2" AboveAdjacent
26-5/8'L
t
21q/4"
High
Back ]
/
12"
b0untertep %
I
Low Back
FrontProjectsOutwardas Shown
FromStandardDepthCabinets.
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8-7/16"
Level _
Cooktop
1/2" AboveAdjacent
Countertops.
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3"to CenterLine_,
of GasInlet
_,,_22-3/4"
1/2" _
23-1/4"
_Flush
2-1/2'_
With CabinetFront
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CabinetFace- ProjectingControlPanel_
CabinetFace-FlushControlPane[_
Advance
Planning
Refer to "Dimensions
and Clearances"
for
appropriate
placement and necessary clearances when planning the installation.
• Cabinetry can not be installed directly above
the cooktop.
• We recommend
the installation of a vent
hood above the cooktop surfiace.
-The vent hood should be at least 24" deep.
-The vent hood should be the same width as
the cooktop.
-For 48" models, we recommend
the vent
hood blower be 1200 CFM.
-For 36" models, we recommend
the vent
hood blower be 600 CFM.
• Refer to hood installation instructions for
height dimensions.
• Working areas acliacent to the cooktop
should have 18" minimum clearance
between
countertop
and cabinet
FrontFlushWith Cabinets- a Minimum
of 25-3/4"CabinetDepthRequired
• Clearance
between
cooktop
and side wall or
combustible
material
must be at least 12" on
each side.
• These cooktops
require
8" fi'ee space below
the countertop.
• If the cooktop
is installed
in an island:
-Allow 12" rain. clearance
at the back to
combustible
materials.
-Allow 36" rain. above the cooking
combustible
materials.
• Installation
must conform
surface
with local codes.
In the absence of local codes, the gas
cooktop must comply with the National
Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1-1990.
A.G.A.
to
Fuel
approved.
bottom.
5
Installation
Preparation
Profi_ssional
7bols &
Materials
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Powgr
Supply
Locations
• Saw
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Gas Cookt@s
• Gas-resistant
pipe.joint
sealant
• 5 tbot, 5/8" AGA-certified
flexible metal gas
supply line.
-If required
by local codes, use solid pipe
fittings.
Note: Purchase
new flexible line. DO NOT
Measuring
tape
Carpenter's
square
Pipe and fittings as required.
Manual gas line shut-off valve.
Gas pressure
regulator
(supplied)
Large flat-blade
screwdriver
Pipe wrench
USE OLD,
LINE.
Gas Supply:
• The natural gas models are designed
to
operate at 6" to 14" water column
pressure.
• The liquid propane models are designed
to
operate at 11" to 14" water column pressure.
A regulator
is required
at the L.P. source to
provide a maximum
of 14" water pressure to
the range regulator.
PREVIOUSLY
USED
FLEXIBLE
J
• These gas cooktops
are supplied
with 1/2"
NPT female gas connection
located at the
left rear corner.
• A minimum
5/8"
dia. metal
required.
-Use 5-foot long 5/8"
• For rigid connection,
within area shown.
flexible
line is
flexible metal tubing.
locate the pipe stub
• Install a manual
shut-off valve in the gas line,
in an easily accessible
location.
Electric Supply:
These cooktops
must be supplied
with 120
volt, 60 Hz., and connected
to a individual,
properly grounded
hy a 1.5 amp circuit
6"
branch circuit protected
breaker or time delay fuse.
The power cord of this appliance is equipped
with a three-prong
(grounding)
plug which
mates with a standard three-prong
grounding
wall receptacle m minimize the possibility of
shock hazard fi-om this appliance.
LocateGasSupply2" Maximum/
ProtrusionFromWall or on Floor2" FromWall
• Locate the electric supply within the area
shown or within reach of the cooktop's
six
foot power cord.
• To avoid tangling cord with items stored in
the cabinet, locate the receptacle on rear
wall, inside the cabinet.
ThreeProngPlug
\
If the electrical
service provided
does not
meet the above specifications,
it is recommended
that a licensed electrician
install an
approved
outlet.
DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES,
CUT OR REMOVE THE THIRD (GROUND)
PRONG FROM THE POWER CORD.
DO NOT
THIS
USE AN EXTENSION
APPLIANCE.
CORD
WITH
ThreeProngReceptacle __
Installation
Pr@ssional
Use a hand-truck
Remove
Packaging
to move
• Remove
knobs.
the grates
• Flatten the carton and use a piece as a pad
on the bottom and back of the hand-truck.
this cooktop.
Before moving the cooktop indoors:
• Remove outer carton and packing.
• Remove the straps holding
the cooktop
skid.
and drawers
below
Gas Cooktops
to the
the
• Remove grill and/or
griddle
covers. DO NOT
ATTEMPT
TO REMOVE A GRILL OR
GRIDDLE ASSEMBLY.
Lift the cooktop onto the hand-truck
standing on its end, with the bottom of the
cooktop resting against the back of the
hand-truck.
Move the cooktop indoors:
If door and passageways into the installation
location are less than 30" wide, remove the
cooktop knobs.
Cut the
Countertop
Opening
48" wide models are designed to fit in 48" or wider base cabinets
Measure carefully when cutting the countertop.
Make sure sides of the opening are parallel.
• These cooktops requires 8" fi-ee space below" the
countertop.
• These Cooktops are designed to hang fi-om the
countertop
fi-om its rear and side flanges.
• Smooth any rough edges on the countertop
before installing the cooktop.
-Formica countertop
edges must be finished.
The countertop
must be strong enough to
support the weight of the cooktop.
• Support cleats can be secured to cabinet sides.
OR
• Build a support deck or box inside the cabinet
which will support the weight of the cooktop.
-Build the support box using a solid material,
cut a 5" x 5" square in the left rear corner for
the gas inlet and power cord clearances.
36" wide models are designed to fit in 36" or wider base cabinets
AdjacentCabinet
CounterSunk
Screws
Installation
Professional
• Lower the cooktop into the opening. Make
sure the cooktop is evenly seated and supported. A side fi'ame gasket will seal the
cooktop to the countertop.
• "L" brackets with screw's are provided m
secure the cooktop to the countertop
or to
acliacent cabinetry.
-Alternate
screw" hole locations on the sides
Install
the
Cooktop
of the cooktop allow fbr varying thicknesses
of countertops
or side cleats.
• Select the bracket location, secure the
bracket to the cooktop with 2 screw's.
• Drive one screw through the bottom of the
"L" bracket and into countertop
or side
cleats.
A manual
shut-offvalve
it will be accessible.
be installed
where
Cooktop
to Gas
the
Cooktop
Backguard
A backguard is required for all installations.
• Remove the top cap of the backguard by
backing out 2 counter sunk screws. Lift off"
the top cap and set aside. Retain screw's.
• Insert the backguard into the channel on the
back of the cooktop.
• Fasten with screws at the bottom, through
the cooktop and into the backguard.
(If a griddle is present, secure with 2 screw's
on the left and center of the cooktop.)
• Secure the backguard to the wall with 3
screws at the top of the backguard.
• Place the top cap in position and re-install
2 countersunk
screws. (12" backguard
shown.)
Alternate Bracket
ScrewHoles
"L" Bracket
f
Flexor RigidGas
_gul_
Assure that gas is turned off at the shut-off valve.
• Lift and remove
all open top burners
to reveal
the gas inlet location
at the left rear cornet'.
• Pull the flexible metal gas line through
the back
or bottom
of the cooktop
until it meets the
regular.
• Connect
flexible metal connector
to incoming
gas line pipe stub.
• Turn on gas and check for leaks:
-Use a liquid leak detector
at all joints and
connections
in the system.
Connect
Install
must
_
Gas Cooktops
Regulator
TopCap_
Installation
Pr@ssional
Plug power cord into properly
receptacle.
Gas Cooktops
grounded
Connect
Elecbical
Assemble
Burners_
• Replace the burner bowls and burner caps.
• Adjustments should not be required, unless
vibration during transit or variations in local
gas supply make minor adjustments necessary.
Check
CAUTION: Burner acljustments must be made
by a qualified technician at the time of
installation. Extreme care should be used if
Ignition
acliustments
• Burner
are made after installation.
flames
should
be blue
and stable
Burner-
IgniterBurner-
with
no yellow or yellow tips, excessive noise or
lifting of the flame from the burner.
If any of
these conditions
exist, check
that the air
shutter
or burner
ports are not blocked.
If
one of these conditions
continues,
adjust the
air shutter
as required.
-If the flame is too yellow, there is
insufficient
air flow, adjust the shutter
counterclockwise
to increase air inlet.
Main Burner
VentuB{front}
\ SimmerBurner
Venturi(front)
-If the flame is noisy or tends to lift away
fi'om the burner,
there is too much air. Turn
the shutter
clockwise
to reduce air.
9
Installation
Pro/essional
Check
Adjustable
low setting
The open top burners
and grill valves have an
adjustable
low setting. Each valve is individually tested and adjusted
before it is shipped.
Minor adjustments
may be required
due to
fluctuations
in local gas pressure.
Adjustments
to increase
or decrease
gas flow may be
necessary.
Ignition
• Turn
(continued)
position.
• Once lit, turn
st°
7
Assemble
Burners,
knob
counter-clockwise
the
position.
• Remove the knob.
• Insert a thin-blade
the valve shaft.
recommended.)
Finalize
Installation
know back
blade
• Grip the shaft with pliers and turn counte:_
clockwise
m lower the flame, or clockwise
to
increase
the flame.
CAUTION:
Do not turn
the flame
so low that
it goes out, causing the igniter to spark.
• When the desired setting is made, replace
the knob and turn burner
off'.
to the LITE
to the "LOW"
flat screwdriver
(3/32"
Gas Cookt@s
into
width
Place the burner
grates into operating
position.
Press corner of the grate to the cooktop.
The
grates should be seated and should not rock.
The grill and griddle are secured with screws
the front. They are designed
to be stationary
and should not to be removed.
at
The griddle has two leveling screws beneath the
rear title cover which can be used to acljust to
the desired slope. The center screw is for
shipping purposes only and should be removed.
I0
Notes
Pr@ssional
Gas Cooktops
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