Maytag Jenn-air PRG3610 series Specifications

Service
This manual is to be used by qualified appliance
technicians only. Maytag does not assume any
responsibility for property damage or personal
injury for improper service procedures done by
an unqualified person.
Gas
Range
This Base Manual covers general information
Refer to individual Technical Sheet
for information on specific models
This manual includes, but is
not limited to the following:
PRG3010*
PRG3610*
PRG4810*
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Important Information
Important Notices for Servicers and Consumers
Maytag will not be responsible for personal injury or property damage from improper service procedures. Pride and
workmanship go into every product to provide our customers with quality products. It is possible, however, that during
its lifetime a product may require service. Products should be serviced only by a qualified service technician who is
familiar with the safety procedures required in the repair and who is equipped with the proper tools, parts, testing
instruments and the appropriate service information. IT IS THE TECHNICIANS RESPONSIBILITY TO REVIEW ALL
APPROPRIATE SERVICE INFORMATION BEFORE BEGINNING REPAIRS.
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WARNING
To avoid risk of severe personal injury or death, disconnect power before working/servicing on appliance to avoid
electrical shock.
To locate an authorized servicer, please consult your telephone book or the dealer from whom you purchased this
product. For further assistance, please contact:
Customer Service Support Center
CAIR Center
Web Site
Telephone Number
WWW.JENNAIR.COM ............................................. 1-800-536-6247
CAIR Center in Canada ........................................... 1-800-688-2002
Recognize Safety Symbols, Words, and Labels
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DANGER
DANGER—Immediate hazards which WILL result in severe personal injury or death.
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WARNING
WARNING—Hazards or unsafe practices which COULD result in severe personal injury or death.
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CAUTION
CAUTION—Hazards or unsafe practices which COULD result in minor personal injury, product or property
damage.
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Table of Contents
Important Information .................................................. 2
Safety Information
Safety Practices for Servicer .................................. 5
Servicing ................................................................ 5
Receiving Range .................................................... 5
ALL APPLIANCES ................................................. 5
SELF-CLEANING OVEN ........................................ 5
OVEN .................................................................... 6
Delayed Ignition ..................................................... 6
Precautions ............................................................ 6
In Case of Fire ........................................................ 6
Using the Oven ...................................................... 6
Baking, Broiling, and Roasting ............................... 7
Connecting Range to Gas ...................................... 7
Electrical Requirements ......................................... 8
Extension Cord ...................................................... 8
Grounding .............................................................. 8
Product Safety Devices .......................................... 9
General Information
Cooking Nomenclature ......................................... 10
Rating Label ......................................................... 11
Functional Operation ............................................ 11
Specifications ...................................................... 12
Model Identification .............................................. 12
Service ................................................................. 12
Parts and Accessories ......................................... 12
Extended Service Plan ......................................... 12
Troubleshooting Procedures .............................. 13 - 15
Testing Procedures ............................................ 16 - 17
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Disassembly Procedures
Removing and Replacing Unit ............................... 18
Control Panel ....................................................... 18
Maintop ................................................................ 18
Light Switch ......................................................... 18
Terminal Block ..................................................... 18
Light Socket ........................................................ 18
Burner Switch ...................................................... 19
Spark Module ....................................................... 19
Single Feed Burner Gas Valve ............................. 19
Dual Feed Burner Gas Valve ................................ 19
Oven Thermostat .................................................. 19
Single Feed Burner .............................................. 19
Dual Feed Burner Base ........................................ 20
Broil Burner .......................................................... 20
Convection Fan / Capacitor .................................. 20
Gas Train ............................................................. 20
Door Latch ........................................................... 20
Control Box .......................................................... 20
High Temperature Cutout ..................................... 20
Selector Switch .................................................... 21
Hinge Receptacle ................................................. 21
Door Hinge ........................................................... 21
Door Window Pack .............................................. 21
Door Gasket ........................................................ 21
Oven Door ............................................................ 21
Oven Ignitor .......................................................... 22
Gas Regulator ...................................................... 22
Griddle Plate Assembly ....................................... 22
Griddle Ignitor ....................................................... 22
Griddle Thermal Valve .......................................... 22
Griddle Thermostat ............................................... 22
Dual Valve ............................................................ 23
Single Thermal Valve ............................................ 23
Appendix A
Installation Instructions ....................................... A-2
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Safety Information
As with all appliances, there are certain rules to follow for
safe operation. Verify everyone who operates the range is
familiar with the operations and with these precautions.
Use appliance only for its intended purpose as described.
Pay close attention to the safety sections of this manual.
Recognize the safety section by looking for the symbol
or the word safety.
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WARNING
This gas appliance contains or produces a chemical or
chemicals which are known to the state of California to
cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm.
To reduce the risk from substances in the fuel or from
fuel combustion make sure this appliance is installed,
operated, and maintained according to the instructions
in this manual.
Recognize this symbol as a safety precaution.
Due to the nature of cooking, fires can occur as a
result of overcooking or excessive grease. Although a
fire is unlikely, if one occurs proceed as follows:
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WARNING
If the information in this manual is not followed exactly,
a fire or explosion may result causing property
damage, personal injury or death.
Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors
or liquids in the vicinity of this or any other appliance.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS
• Extinguish any open flame.
• Do not try to light any appliance.
• Do not touch any electrical switch; do not use any
phone in your building.
• Immediately call your gas supplier from a neighbor’s
phone. Follow the gas supplier’s instructions.
• If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call the fire
department.
Installation and service must be performed by an
authorized installer, service agency or gas supplier.
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Oven Fires
1. Do not open the oven door.
2. Turn all controls to the OFF position.
3. As an added precaution turn off the electricity at
the main circuit breaker or fuse box and the gas
at the main supply valve.
4. Allow the food or grease to burn itself out in the
oven.
If smoke or fire persist call the local fire department.
To avoid risk of property damage or personal injury do
not obstruct the flow of combustion or ventilation air to
the oven.
To avoid risk of electrical shock, serious personal injury
or death: Verfiy the oven has been properly grounded
and always disconnect the electrical supply before
servicing this unit.
NOTE: The maximum gas supply pressure for these
models must not exceed 14 inches W.C.P.
WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, property damage,
personal injury or death; verify wiring is correct, if
components were replaced. Verify proper and complete
operation of unit after servicing.
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Safety Information
Safety Practices for Servicer
Safe and satisfactory operation of gas ranges depends
upon its design and proper installation. However, there is
one more area of safety to be considered:
Servicing
Listed below are some general precautions and safety
practices which should be followed in order to protect the
service technician and consumer during service and after
service has been completed.
1. Gas smell—Extinguish any and all open flames and
open windows.
2. Turn gas off—Service range with gas turned off
unless testing requires it.
3. Checking for gas leaks—Never check for leaks with
any kind of open flame. Soap and water solution
should be used for this purpose. Apply solution to
suspected area and watch for air bubbles which
indicates a leak. Correct leaks by tightening fittings,
screws, connections, applying approved compound,
or installing new parts.
4. Using lights—Use a hand flashlight when servicing
ranges or checking for gas leaks. Electric switches
should not be operated where leaks are suspected.
This will avoid creating arcing or sparks which could
ignite the gas. If electric lights are already turned on,
they should not be turned off.
5. Do not smoke—Never smoke while servicing gas
ranges, especially when working on piping that
contains or has contained gas.
6. Check range when service is completed—After
servicing, make visual checks on electrical
connection, and check for gas leaks. Inform
consumer of the condition of range before leaving.
7. Adhere to all local regulations and codes when
performing service.
Receiving Range
• Installer needs to show consumer location of the range
gas shut-off valve and how to shut it off.
• Authorized servicer must install the range, in
accordance with the Installation Instructions.
Adjustments and service should be performed only by
authorized servicer.
• Plug range into a 120–volt grounded outlet only. Do not
remove round grounding prong from the plug. If in doubt
about grounding of the home electrical system, it is
consumers responsibility and obligation to have an
ungrounded outlet replaced with a properly grounded
three-prong outlet in accordance with the National
Electrical Code. Do not use an extension cord with this
appliance.
• Insure all packing materials are removed from the range
before operating it, to prevent fire or smoke damage
should the packing material ignite.
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• Ensure range is correctly adjusted by a qualified
service technician or installer for the type of gas
(Natural or LP). Some ranges can be converted for use
with Natural or LP gas.
• With prolonged use of a range, high floor temperatures
could result. Many floor coverings will not be able to
withstand this kind of use. Never install range over vinyl
tile or linoleum that cannot withstand high
temperatures. Never install range directly over
carpeting.
ALL APPLIANCES
1. Proper Installation—Be sure your appliance is
properly installed and grounded by a qualified
technician.
2. Never Use Appliance for Warming or Heating the
Room.
3. Do Not Leave Children Alone—Children should not be
alone or unattended in the area where the appliance
is in use. They should never be allowed to sit or stand
on any part of the appliance.
4. Wear Proper Apparel—Loose fitting or hanging
garments should never be worn while using appliance.
5. User Servicing—Do not repair or replace any part of
the appliance unless specifically recommended in the
manual. All other servicing should be referred to a
qualified technician.
6. Storage in or on Appliance—Flammable materials
should not be stored in oven.
7. Do Not Use Water on Grease Fires—Smother fire or
flame, or use dry chemical or foam-type extinguisher.
8. Use Only Dry Potholders—Moist or damp potholders
on hot surfaces may result in burns from steam. Do
not let potholder touch burners. Do not use a towel or
other bulky cloth.
SELF-CLEANING OVEN
1. Do Not Clean Door Gasket—The door gasket is
essential for a good seal. Care should be taken not to
rub, damage, or move the gasket.
2. Do Not Use Oven Cleaners—No commercial oven
cleaner or oven liner protective coating of any kind
should be used in or around any part of the liner.
3. Clean Only Parts Listed in Manual. See Cleaning
section.
4. Before Self-Cleaning the Oven—Remove broiler pan,
oven racks, and other utensils.
5. Remove all items from oven top and backguard.
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OVEN
In Case of Fire
1. Use Care When Opening Door—Let hot air or steam
escape before removing or replacing food.
Fires can occur as a result of over cooking or excessive
grease. Though a fire is unlikely, if one occurs, proceed
as follows:
2. Do Not Heat Unopened Food Containers—Build-up of
pressure may cause container to burst and result in
injury.
3. Keep Oven Vents Ducts Unobstructed.
4. Placement of Oven Racks—Always place oven racks
in desired location while oven is cool. If rack is
removed while oven is hot, do not let potholder
contact hot heating element in oven.
2. Turn oven control to OFF.
3. As an added precaution, turn off gas supply and
power at main circuit breaker or fuse box.
4. Turn on vent to remove smoke.
5. Allow food or grease to burn itself out in oven.
Delayed Ignition
Bake Burner Flame
Allow no more than 40–60 seconds before burner ignites
and heat is felt. To check for heat, open oven door to first
stop and place hand over oven door. If heat is not felt,
cancel bake funtion. If burner repeatedly fails to ignite,
contact an authorized servicer.
Broiler Flame
Allow no more than 40–60 seconds before burner ignites
and flame is seen. If burner does not ignite cancel broil
function. If burner repeatedly fails to ignite within 40–60
seconds contact an authorized servicer.
Radiant screen style broiler flame should appear hazy or
fuzzy. Haze should be no more than 3/8–inch thick. The
radiant screen should begin to glow red within 1–2
minutes.
Precautions
• Do not mix household cleaning products. Chemical
mixtures may interact with objectionable or even
hazardous results.
• Do not put plastic items on warm cooking areas. They
may stick and melt.
• Do not use damp sponge or dishcloth to clean oven
when oven is hot. Steam from sponge or dishcloth can
burn.
• Do not leave fat heating unless you remain nearby. Fat
can ignite if overheated by spilling onto hot surfaces.
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Oven Fires
1. If you see smoke from oven, do not open oven door.
6. If smoke and fire persist, call fire department.
7. If there is any damage to components, call repair
service before using oven.
If smoke or fire persist call the local fire department.
To avoid the risk of property damage or personal injury do
not obstruct the flow of combustion or ventilation air to
the oven.
To avoid the risk of electrical shock, serious personal
injury or death: Make sure your oven has been properly
grounded and always disconnect the electrical supply
before servicing this unit.
NOTE: The maximum gas supply pressure for these
models must not exceed 14 inches W.C.P.
Using the Oven
• Do not leave children alone or unattended where a
range is hot or in operation. They could be seriously
burned.
• Do not allow anyone to climb, stand or hang on the
door. They could damage the range and cause severe
personal injury.
• Wear proper apparel. Loose fitting or hanging garments
should never be worn when using oven. Flammable
material could ignite if brought in contact with flame or
hot oven surfaces which may cause severe burns.
• Never use range for warming or heating a room. This
may cause burns, injuries, or a fire.
• Do not use water on grease fires.
• Do not let grease or other flammable materials collect
in or around range.
• Do not repair or replace any part of range unless it is
recommended in this manual.
• Use only dry potholders. Moist or damp potholders
used on hot surfaces may result in a burn from steam.
Do not let a potholder touch the flame. Do not use a
towel or a bulky cloth as a potholder.
• Never leave range unattended while cooking. Boilovers
can cause smoking and may ignite.
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Safety Information
• Only certain types of glass/ceramic, earthenware, or
other glazed utensils are suitable for oven use.
Unsuitable utensils may break due to sudden
temperature change.
• Use care when opening oven door. Let hot air or steam
escape before removing or replacing food.
• Do not heat unopened food containers in oven.
Build-up of pressure may cause a container to burst
and result in injury.
• Keep range vent ducts unobstructed.
• Place oven racks in desired location while oven is cool.
If a rack must be moved while oven is hot, use a dry
potholder.
• Do not use aluminum foil to line oven bottom or racks.
Aluminum foil can cause a fire and will seriously affect
baking results, and damage to porcelain surfaces.
• Do not touch interior surfaces of oven during or
immediately after use. Do not let clothing or other
flammable materials come in contact with bake or broil
burners.
• Other areas of the oven can become hot enough to
cause burns, such as vent openings, window, oven door
and oven racks.
• To avoid steam burns, do not use a wet sponge or cloth
to wipe up spills on hot cooking area.
• Do not store combustible or flammable materials, such
as gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids near
or in oven.
• Do not clean oven door gasket located on back of the
door. Gasket is necessary to seal the oven and can be
damaged as a result of rubbing or being moved.
• Do not drape towels or any materials on oven door
handles. These items may ignite causing a fire.
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Baking, Broiling, and Roasting
• Do not use oven area for storage.
• Stand back from range when opening door of a hot
oven. Hot air or steam can cause burns to hands, face,
and eyes.
• Do not use aluminum foil anywhere in the oven. This
could result in a fire hazard and damage the range.
• Use only glass cookware appropriate for use in gas
ovens.
• Always remove broiler pan from oven when finished
broiling. Grease left in pan can catch fire if oven is used
without removing grease from the broiler pan.
• When broiling, meat that is close to the flame, may
ignite. Trim any excess fat to help prevent excessive
flare-ups.
• Make sure broiler pan is placed correctly to reduce any
possibility of grease fires.
• Should a grease fire occur in the broiler pan, turn off
oven, and keep oven door closed until fire burns out.
Connecting Range to Gas
Install manual shut-off valve in gas line for easy
accessibility outside range. Be aware of the location of
the shut-off valve.
CAUTION
Do not store items of interest to children in cabinets
above range. Children may climb on oven to reach
these items and become seriously injured.
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Safety Information
Electrical Requirements
120-volt, 60 Hertz, 15 amp, individual circuit which is
properly grounded, polarized and protected by a circuit
breaker or fuse.
Extension Cord
Due to possible pinching during installation, extension
cords should not be used on products.
Extension cords will adversely affect the performance of
spark system.
Grounding
NOTE: This appliance must be properly grounded, for
personal safety.
Power cord on this appliance is equipped with a threeprong grounding plug. This matches standard three-prong
grounding wall receptacle to prevent possibility of electric
shock from this appliance.
Consumer should have wall receptacle and circuit
checked by qualified electrician to verify receptacle is
properly grounded.
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WARNING
Attaching adapter ground terminal to wall receptacle
cover screw does not ground appliance unless the
cover screw is metal and not insulated, and wall
receptacle is grounded through the house wiring.
Consumer should have circuit checked by a qualified
electrician to verify receptacle is properly grounded.
When disconnecting power cord from adapter, always
hold adapter with one hand. If this is not done, adapter
ground terminal is very likely to break with repeated use.
Should this happen, DO NOT USE appliance until a
proper ground has been established.
Neutral Wire
Where standard two-prong wall receptacle is
encountered, it is consumers responsibility and
obligation to have it replaced with a properly grounded
three-prong wall receptacle.
Ground
Hot Line
DO NOT, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES, CUT OR
REMOVE THE THIRD (GROUND) PRONG FROM
POWER CORD.
For 15 amp circuits only. Do not use an adapter on 20
amp. circuit. Where local codes permit, a TEMPORARY
CONNECTION may be made to properly grounded twoprong wall receptacle by the use of a UL listed adapter
available at most hardware stores.
Larger slot on adapter must be aligned with larger slot in
the wall receptacle to provide proper polarity.
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NOTE: Circuit tester can be use to verify voltage is
present at the outlet, connect one lead to hot
line and the other lead to ground, circuit tester
should light.
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Safety Information
Product Safety Devices
Safety devices and features have been engineered into the product to protect consumer and servicer. Safety devices
must never be removed, bypassed, or altered in such a manner as to defeat the purpose for which they were intended.
Listed below are various safety devices together with the reason each device is incorporated in the gas ranges.
Pressure Regulator
Maintains proper and steady gas pressure for operation of oven controls. Regulator
must be set for the type of gas being used Natural or LP. After servicing regulator,
make certain it is set properly before completing service.
Gas Burner Orifices
These products use a fixed orifice fitting that must be installed for Natural or LP.
After servicing a valve or orifice verify it is properly operating before completing
service.
Oven Safety Valve
Oven valve is designed to be a safety valve. Two basic designs are used in gas
ranges.
Hydraulic type valve
Electric type valve
Both types are safety valves because they are indirectly operated by the oven
thermostat, which controls a pilot flame or electric ignitor, to open and close the oven
valve.
These products use the Electric Type Valve.
Grounded Oven Frame
Ground prong on power cord is connected to the frame, usually a green lead fastened
by a screw. In addition, any part or component capable of conducting an electric
current is grounded by its mounting.
If any ground wire, screw, strap, nut, etc. is removed for service, or any reason, it
must be reconnected to its original position with original fastener before the appliance
is put into operation again.
Failure to do so can create a possible shock hazard.
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General Information
This manual provides basic instructions and suggestions
for handling, installing , and servicing gas ranges.
The directions, information, and warnings in this manual
are developed from experience with, and careful testing of
the product. If the unit is installed according to the
Installation Instructions, it will operate properly and will
require minimal servicing. A unit in proper operating order
ensures the consumer all the benefits provided by
efficient gas cooking.
This manual contains information needed by authorized
service technicians to install and service gas ranges
pertaining to this manual. There maybe, however some
information which needs further explanation. Refer to
individual Installation Instructions, Use and Care,
Technical Sheets, or toll free technical support line to
answer questions from authorized service technicians.
Cooking Nomenclature
P
R
G
3
0
1
0
N
P
Style
P
Brand
P
PRO-STYLE
®
Jenn-Air
Fuel Type
L
N
Liquid Propane
Natural Gas
Product Type
R
Range
Features
10
30
Feature Level
Feature Level
Unit Fuel
D
G
10
Dual Fuel
Gas
Unit Size
30
36
48
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Range (36")
Range (48")
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General Information
Rating Label
Model numbers are recorded on the rating label. Rating
label is located on the rear left side of the interrior top
burner box (remove the top burner grates and bowls), or
on the right side of the burner box on some six burner
models. Before ordering parts, write down the correct
model and serial number from rating label. This avoids
incorrect shipments and delays. Please refer to parts
reference material when ordering replacement parts.
Functional Operation
The glow bar system is completely reliant upon
electricity. When the oven control is turned on, 120 VAC
is provided to the glow bar ignitor and the gas valve
circuit. The high resistances of the glow bar limits the
current flow through the ignitor/gas valve. Continual
current flow through the circuit causes the glow bar
ignitor to glow brighter and the resistance of the ignitor
decreases, which increases the current flow through the
ignitor/gas valve circuit. This increases the amount of
heat generated by the heater, which causes the bi-metal
to bend.
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At a point the ignitor resistance will have increased to
approximately 3.5 amps of current flow through the
ignitor/gas valve circuit. In approximately 45 seconds the
glow bar ignitor temperature will have increased to
approximately 2650°F. the voltage drop across the gas
valve terminals will have increased to about 3 VAC, which
will indicate enough current to flow to provide enough
bi-metal heat to cause the gas valve to open providing
gas flow to the oven burner the heat from the glow bar
ignites the gas. The sensing element of the oven control
then cycles contacts within the oven control, opening and
closing to cycle the glow bar, safety valve, and burner to
maintain the desired temperature.
NOTE: This system cannot operate without electricity.
The primary components of this ignition system are:
electronic control, ignitor, and safety valve. These
components are all wired in series and although the oven
control and glow bar require 120 VAC, 60 Hz. The oven
valve operates on approximately 3 volts.
Therefore, 120 VAC should never be applied directly to
the oven valve terminals. The glow bar is the power
source for the oven valve.
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Specifications
Parts and Accessories
Refer to individual Technical Sheet for information
regarding specifications.
Purchase replacement parts and accessories over the
phone. To order accessories for your product call:
Model Identification
• For Jenn-Air product call 1-800-462-9824 or visit the
Web Site at www.jennair.com
• For product in Canada call 1-866-587-2002 or visit the
Web Sites at www.jennair.com
Complete registration card and promptly return. If
registration card is missing:
• For Jenn-Air product call 1-800-536-6247 or visit the
Web Site at www.jennair.com
• For product in Canada call 1-866-587-2002 or visit the
Web Sites at www.jennair.com
When contacting provide product information located on
rating plate. Record the following:
Model Number:
Manufacturing Number:
Serial or S/N Number:
Date of purchase:
Dealer’s name and address:
___________________
___________________
___________________
___________________
___________________
Extended Service Plan
We offer long-term service protection for this new oven.
• Dependability PlusSM Extended Service Plan is
specially designed to supplement Jenn-Air’s strong
warranty. This plan covers parts, labor, and travel
charges.
Call 1-800-925-2020 for information.
Service
Keep a copy of sales receipt for future reference or in
case warranty service is required. To locate an authorized
servicer:
• For Jenn-Air product call 1-800-462-9824 or visit the
Web Site at www.jennair.com
• For product in Canada call 1-866-587-2002 or visit the
Web Sites at www.jennair.com
Warranty service must be performed by an authorized
servicer. We also recommend contacting an authorized
servicer, if service is required after warranty expires.
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Troubleshooting Procedures
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WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or death; disconnect power to oven before servicing, unless
testing requires it.
Problem
Burners will not ignite; no
spark at top burner.
Possible Cause
Poor ground on burner cap .........................
Weak or failed spark module.......................
Low gas pressure ........................................
No 120 VAC to range ..................................
Micro switch contacts not closing................
Burner will not ignite. No
spark to burner ignitors
when burner knob is rotated
to “LITE” position.
Faulty wiring. Bad connection at burner
electrode and electrode socket ...................
Inoperative spark module............................
Electrode dirty. Burner cap dirty..................
Cracked or broken electrode, electrode
wire or electrode socket ..............................
No spark or only random
spark at one ignitor.
Check for cracked ignitor or pinched ignitor
wire .............................................................
Poor continuity to burner cap ......................
Bad ground connection or lack of continuity
to ground or ignitor ......................................
Cracked or broken ignitor extension lead ...
Shorted valve switch/harness .....................
Unit continues to spark after
knob is turned to OFF
position.
Switch has slipped off the valve ..................
No voltage to control. ..................................
No oven operation in bake or
broil.
No voltage from control ...............................
Loose wire connection or broken wire.........
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Correction
• Clean burner cap.
• Replace spark module.
• Verify pressure 4” WCP for
natural, 10” WCP for LP.
• Verify voltage at wall outlet.
• Check wiring against appropriate
wiring diagram, Verify all
terminals and connections are
correct and tight. Check micro
switch contacts.
• Check wiring against appropriate
wiring diagram. Verify all
terminals and connections are
correct and tight.
• Check module according to
testing procedures information.
• Clean electrode or burner cap.
• Replace electrode.
• Replace ignitor lead or electrode.
• Clean burner cap and lead.
• Tighten ground connection and
correct any breaks in ground path
from ignitor path to unit ground
path.
• Replace ignitor lead.
• Replace switch/harness. If
shorting is caused by excessive
spillovers, customer education is
advised.
• Carefully reposition switch on
valve and rotate from OFF to
high, several times to verify
switch is not broken.
• Check for 120 VAC at control. If
no voltage check power source.
• Check 120 VAC to ignitor, if no
voltage, replace control.
• Verify all connections are clean
and tight, replace broken wire.
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Troubleshooting Procedures
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WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or death; disconnect power to oven before servicing, unless
testing requires it.
Problem
Possible Cause
Failed ignitor. ...............................................
•
Gas pressure too high .................................
•
Failed gas valve ..........................................
Loose wire connection or broken wire.........
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•
Ignitor positioned too far from burner ..........
•
Dirt or grease in orifice or burner ................
Insufficient gas pressure .............................
•
•
Power outage ..............................................
•
No gas flows to burner.
Ignitor glows red.
Gas flows to bake/broil
burner, but burner does not
light.
•
Power outage ..............................................
Broil burner shuts off shortly
after the start of self-clean
operation. Bake and broil
functions operate normally.
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No power to fan motor.................................
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Failed fan motor or winding or frozen shaft.
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Fan motor does not operate.
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Check ignitor current draw, 3.2 –
3.6 Amps. Replace ignitor, if it
fails test.
Check for correct gas pressure.
Natural gas pressure should be
4" WCP and LP gas pressure
should be 10" WCP.
Check gas valve for continuity.
Verify all connections are clean
and tight, replace broken wire.
Reposition ignitor closer to
bake/broil burner.
Clean orifice or burner.
Check for correct gas pressure.
Natural gas pressure should be
4" WCP and LP gas pressure
should be 10" WCP.
Verify power is present at unit.
Verify that the circuit breaker is
not tripped.
Replace household fuse, but do
not fuse capacity.
Verify power is present at unit.
Verify that the circuit breaker is
not tripped.
Replace household fuse, but do
not fuse capacity.
Refer to Use and Care Manual
“Operating Instructions”, if
continues contact service.
Check for 120 VAC supplied at
fan motor. If no voltage is
present, check for broken or
loose wiring between fan motor
and relay board. If voltage is
present at fan motor, go to the
next step.
Check motor winding for
continuity. Check for a frozen
motor shaft. Check for broken
wiring between motor and neutral
terminal block.
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Troubleshooting Procedures
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WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or death; disconnect power to oven before servicing, unless
testing requires it.
Problem
Oven light does not operate.
Possible Cause
Failed oven lamp .........................................
•
Failed wiring ................................................
•
Failed light socket........................................
Failed light plunger/switch...........................
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•
Programming error ......................................
•
Oven is self-cleaning ...................................
Oven is still hot ............................................
•
•
Normal.........................................................
•
Self-clean cycle not working
Oven door will not unlock
Oven smokes/odor first few
times of usage
Failure Codes
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Correction
Check lamp and replace is
necessary.
Check for broken, loose or dirty
connections.
Check light socket for continuity.
Check plunger/switch for
continuity. Check wiring diagram
for application.
Shut off power to oven for five
minutes by switching off circuit
breaker. Reset circuit breaker
and try oven again.
Allow cycle to complete.
Door will not unlock until unit has
cooled to safe temperature. Do
not force door open, this will void
warranty. Blow cool air on door
latch area to quicken process.
Minor smoking and/or odor is
normal the first few times of oven
usage.
Ventilate area well and perform
self-clean cycle.
See Testing Procedures for
diagnostic checks.
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WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or death; disconnect power to oven before servicing, unless
testing requires power.
Illustration
Component
Oven light socket
Rocker switch
Bake burner
Test Procedure
Test continuity of receptacle terminals.
Results
Indicates continuity with bulb screwed in.
Measure voltage at oven light.
120 VAC, see wiring diagram for terminal
identification.
If no voltage is present at oven light
check wiring.
Measure continuity of switch positions:
Closed ..............................................
Open .................................................
Verify gas is supplied.
Orifice adjusted for Natural or LP.
Clean with hot soapy water and dry
completely.
Check for obstructions, contamination
in ports or damage.
Verify gas is supplied.
Replace if punctured or torn.
Verify proper orifice installed for
Natural or LP.
Clean with hot soapy water and dry
completely.
Replace if punctured or torn.
Ignitor
Check for obstructions, contamination
in ports or damage.
Test for voltage at terminals ...............
Temperature sensor
Test for the amount of amperage in the
circuit..................................................
(Ignitor may glow, but not have
sufficient amperage to open valve).
Measure resistance.
Convection motor fan
Verify supply voltage ........................
120 VAC
Measure continuity at the following
points:
Terminal to terminal..........................
Terminal to ground ...........................
Continuity
Infinite
Broil burner
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120 VAC
3.2−3.6 Amps.
Approximately 1100 Ω at room
temperature 80ºF.
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Testing Procedures
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WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or death; disconnect power to oven before servicing, unless
testing requires power.
Illustration
Component
Pressure regulator
Spark module
Holder orifice
Test Procedure
Verify gas pressure (WCP).
If on LP service, verify proper gas
supply conversion.
Test for voltage at terminals
L and N...........................................
Polarity and ground ........................
Verify gas pressure (WCP).
Results
4" Natural
10" LP/Propane
120 VAC
Not subject to polarity
4" Natural
10" LP/Propane
Spark ignition
electrode
Surface valve
Check orifice for debris.
Test for resistance of spark lead ..........
Clean as needed.
Continuity
Test ignitor to chassis ..........................
Verify gas is supplied.
No continuity from ignitor to chassis.
Verify Orifice for
Natural or LP.
Spark switch
Top surface burner
Fixed orifices for Natural or LP.
Adjust set screw for simmer control.
Unplug switch harness. Test for
continuity at wire terminals.
See conversion section.
120 VAC
Switch in any position.........................
Verify gas is supplied ...........................
Continuity
Check for obstructions in burner ports.
Verify burner cap is positioned
correctly.
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disconnect power to unit before servicing.
WARNING
Removing and Replacing Unit
1. Turn off power to the oven at the circuit breaker.
NOTE: To avoid property damage, place a protective
covering on the floor.
2. Slide unit forward, out of the installation position.
3. Disconnect or unplug the power cord leading from unit
to junction box or outlet depending on connection.
4. Turn off gas supply and disconnect from main gas line.
5. Reinstall the oven using the installation instructions.
Control Panel
1. Disconnect power supply to unit.
2. Remove all burner and thermostat knobs from unit.
3. Remove torx screws (two at each side) securing
thermostat bezel.
4. Rotate top portion of control panel forward.
5. To fully remove for convenience remove light switch,
and disconnect pilot light wires.
! CAUTION
To avoid risk of control panel damage, protect the panel
front from scratches by placing rags or cardboard over
panel.
10. Pull bottom portion of side panel out first, then lift
upward to remove.
11. Maintop can now be lifted off.
12. Reverse procedure to reassemble.
Light Switch
1.
2.
3.
4.
Disconnect power supply to unit.
Remove control panel, see “Control Panel” procedure.
Disconnect and label wire terminals from light switch.
Squeeze locking tabs together on each side of the
switch to release from control panel.
5. Pull switch through the front of control panel.
6. Reverse procedure to reassemble.
Terminal Block
1. Disconnect power supply to unit.
2. Remove control panel, see “Control Panel” procedure.
3. Remove screws securing static handle located under
the static handle and above the lower heat shield.
4. Remove screws securing lower heat shield on the top
side of the heat shield.
5. Remove screws securing terminal block to chassis.
6. Mount new block and transfer wires from old block to
new block.
NOTE: Make sure wires are transferred to correct
location on terminal block to ensure proper
operation.
6. Reverse procedure to reassemble.
Maintop
NOTE: Unit must be pulled away from the wall for this
procedure.
1. Disconnect power and shut off gas supply to unit.
2. Remove burner grates and burner caps from unit.
3. Remove dual feed burner flame spreaders and single
feed burner port rings, by lifting straight up.
4. Remove screws securing dual feed burner base to
maintop.
5. Remove venturi bolts securing single feed burner
bases to maintop.
6. Remove control panel, see “Control Panel ” procedure.
7. Remove screws (two on each side) securing landing
ledge to chassis.
8. Remove screws securing backguard island trim
assembly to maintop.
9. Remove screws securing side panels to chassis.
7. For upper terminal block replacement, maintop needs
to be removed, see “Maintop” procedure.
8. Reverse procedure to reassemble.
Light Socket
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Disconnect power supply to unit.
Open the oven door.
Unscrew oven light cover, located inside oven cavity.
Unscrew light bulb and remove.
Gently pry the three locking tabs inward towards
center of socket.
6. Once locking tabs are released, remove light socket
from oven cavity.
7. Disconnect wire terminals connections and transfer
wire terminal connections to new light socket.
8. Reverse procedure to reassemble.
NOTE: All screws on the rear on each side, all screws
on front, and one screw located on each front
inside corner of the maintop facing the sides
(if equipped).
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disconnect power to unit before servicing.
WARNING
Burner Switch
Dual Feed Burner Gas Valve
1.
2.
3.
4.
1. Disconnect power and shut off gas supply to unit.
2. Remove control panel, see “Control Panel” procedure.
3. Remove screws securing landing ledge located on
each end.
4. Remove any necessary components to gain access to
the valve being replace (transformer, terminal block,
etc.).
5. Disconnect and label wire terminals from the burner
switch.
6. Remove simmer gas line and the main gas line.
Disconnect power and shut off gas supply to unit.
Remove control panel, see “Control Panel” procedure.
Remove C-clips on valve shaft securing switch.
Disconnect and label wire terminals from switch and
slide switch off of valve shaft.
NOTE: On dual flow valve, disconnect and label wire
terminals from switch, remove screw securing
switch, and pull switch off of locating pin.
NOTE: When removing any wires off of terminals, do not
pull on wire insulation. This can loosen or
damage the crimping connection
5. Reverse procedure to reassemble.
NOTE: Take care not to bend or damage tubing.
7. Remove valve clamp.
NOTE: Check for leaks before installing control panel.
Spark Module
8. Reverse procedure to reassemble.
1.
2.
3.
4.
NOTE: When reinstalling, ensure valve and gasket is
seated on manifold and tighten down valve clamp
evenly.
Disconnect power supply to unit.
Remove control panel, see “Control Panel” procedure.
Locate spark module behind the manifold assembly.
Only remove the quick disconnect plug located on
spark model at this time.
5. Remove screws securing spark module to the front
baffle.
6. Carefully rotate module around the top of the manifold.
NOTE: For easier removal of spark module. Landing
ledge may be removed for easier access by
removing the screws located on each end.
7. Once spark module is removed, transfer high voltage
wires onto the new spark module, ensuring proper wire
placement.
Oven Thermostat
1.
2.
3.
4.
Disconnect power and shut off gas supply to unit.
Remove control panel, see “Control Panel” procedure.
Remove maintop, see “Maintop” procedure.
Remove screws securing sensing bulb to bracket,
located inside the oven cavity.
5. Gently pull sensing bulb out through the oven cavity.
NOTE: Take care not to disturb the insulation.
8. Reverse procedure to reassemble.
6. Remove screws securing selector switch to bracket.
7. Remove screws securing bracket.
8. Remove screws securing thermostat to bracket.
9. Disconnect and label wire terminals from thermostat.
10. Reverse procedure to reassemble.
Single Feed Burner Gas Valve
Single Feed Burner
1. Disconnect power and shut off gas supply to unit.
2. Remove control panel, see “Control Panel” procedure.
3. Remove screws securing landing ledge located on
each end.
4. Remove burner switches, by removing C-clip and
sliding switch off of valve shaft.
5. Remove compression nut on backside of valve.
1. Disconnect power and shut off gas supply to unit.
2. Removing the corresponding grate, burner cap and
port ring.
3. Remove venturi bolt securing burner base.
4. Burner base can now be lifted off maintop.
5. Disconnect electrode wire from burner base.
6. Reverse procedure to reassemble.
NOTE: Take care not to bend or damage tubing.
NOTE: When repairing or replacing burner jet or burner
tubing, maintop must be removed.
NOTE: Failure to transfer high voltage wires correctly will
result in improper spark operation.
6. Remove valve clamp.
NOTE: Check for leaks before installing control panel.
7. Reverse procedure to reassemble.
NOTE: When reinstalling, ensure valve and gasket is
seated on manifold and tighten down valve clamp
evenly.
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WARNING
Dual Feed Burner Base
NOTE: Maintop needs to be removed for burner base
replacement.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Disconnect power and shut off gas supply to unit.
Remove maintop, see “Maintop” procedure.
Remove gas lines from burner base.
Remove screw securing ground wire, located at the
front of the burner hanger.
Remove screw securing front baffle to burner hanger.
Trace high voltage electrode wire to spark module and
disconnect.
Pull electrode wire through front baffle.
Remove dual feed burner base off of hanger, by
removing screws from the bottom of the hanger.
Reverse procedure to reassemble.
Broil Burner
NOTE: Unit must be pulled away from the wall for this
procedure.
1. Disconnect power supply to unit.
2. Remove oven door, see “Oven Door” procedure.
3. Remove screws securing broiler ignitor bracket to the
back wall of the oven cavity.
4. Gently lower the ignitor down and let hang freely.
5. Remove gas line from venturi using a 5/16” wrench.
6. Remove screws securing broil burner to the oven
cavity top.
NOTE: When removing burner, ensure the burner will not
fall or come down at an angle.
NOTE: Use caution not to damage orifice elbow and
insulation.
Convection Fan / Capacitor
1. Disconnect power supply to unit.
2. Remove oven door, see “Oven Door” procedure.
3. Remove bake element, see “Bake Element”
procedure.
4. Remove screws securing convection baffle to rear of
oven cavity.
5. Remove screws securing convection fan to rear of oven
cavity.
NOTE: When removing the last two screws, hold fan
assembly in place.
6. Gently lower fan and place on the oven bottom.
7. Disconnect and label wire terminals on fan.
8. Replacement of capacitor can be done two ways.
• Removal of convection fan.
• Accessing through the rear of the unit and removing
the rear motor housing.
9. Reverse procedure to reassemble.
Gas Train
1. Disconnect power and shut off gas supply to unit.
2. Remove maintop, see “Maintop” procedure.
3. Remove screws securing kick plate at each top
corner.
4. Remove screws securing regulator and gas train
brackets in place.
5. Disconnect gas line from regulator.
6. Disconnect gas line at top of unit going to manifold.
7. Remove gas train from unit.
8. Reverse procedure to reassemble.
Door Latch
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Disconnect power supply to unit.
Remove screws securing latch cover.
Remove screws on far sides of latch plate.
Slide latch assembly out of unit chassis
Disconnect and label wire terminals on latch
assembly.
6. Reverse procedure to reassemble.
Control Box
1. Disconnect power supply to unit.
2. Remove screws securing kick plate at each top
corner.
3. Remove screws securing control box to unit chassis.
4. Carefully slide control box out, to gain access to
relays.
NOTE: On replacement of any components in the
control box, verify proper wire location.
5. Reverse procedure to reassemble.
High Temperature Cutout
NOTE: High Temperature Cutout is located in the center
of the unit, underside of the oven cavity.
1. Reset the switch when needed by pressing in button
on bottom of switch.
2. Switch can be replaced, by removing screws,
detaching wires, and replacing.
NOTE: When reinstalling, install screws into center
holes on convection fan to assist in aligning
corner holes.
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disconnect power to unit before servicing.
WARNING
Selector Switch
Door Window Pack
1. Remove control panel, see “Control Panel” procedure.
2. Remove screws securing landing ledge on each side
of landing ledge.
3. Unscrew selector switch from the bracket.
4. Remove screws securing top of bracket.
5. Disconnect and label wire terminals to selector switch.
6. Reverse procedure to reassemble.
1. Remove door hinge, see “Door Hinge” procedure.
2. Remove screws securing compression brackets to
insulation retainer.
3. Remove screws securing top of insulation retainer and
remove.
4. Remove insulation and place to the side, taking care
not to damage insulation.
5. Remove nuts securing window pack in place.
6. Reverse procedure to reassemble.
Hinge Receptacle
1. Remove oven door, see “Oven Door” procedure.
2. Remove lower screw on receptacle completely.
3. Secure center of receptacle and remove top screw
completely.
NOTE: Failure to secure hinge, will result in receptacle
falling inside oven chassis.
4. Once both screws have been removed, the hinge
receptacle can be removed through the front.
• Start by pushing in on the top and rotating in
enough to get the bottom of the receptacle out of
the hole.
NOTE: When reassembling window pack, ensure proper
placement of insulation.
Door Gasket
1. Remove door gasket, by gently pulling the ends of the
gasket out of the oven bottom front.
2. Release clips by squeezing metal clip together to
remove out of the oven front frame.
NOTE: Oven door can be removed for easier
replacement.
NOTE: Verify roller is located on the top of the hinge.
Installing Door Gasket
1. To install new gasket, start at one of the top corners
where there are three holes in a row.
1. Place hinge into receptacle hole.
2. Loosely tighten top screw on hinge receptacle.
NOTE: The gasket will have three clips closely spaced
together to correspond with those holes.
NOTE: Do not fully tighten screw at this time.
2. Start with the three closest spaced clips and insert the
center clip in the center hole of the corner.
3. Work around the oven cavity gently pushing clips in.
Hinge Installation
3. Place gasket guard into place.
4. Secure bottom screw through the gasket guard and
into the hinge receptacle.
5. Tighten both screws securely and reinstall door.
Door Hinge
1. Remove oven door, see “Oven Door” procedure.
2. Remove all torx screws securing top of door skin.
3. Remove all stainless steel screws securing bottom of
door skin.
4. Place door skin to the side, ensuring not to damage it.
5. Release tension on hinge for removal from door, by
compressing the hinges together and releasing copper
clip.
!
WARNING
To avoid personal injury or product damage, releasing
tension on hinge spring before removing.
6. Remove screws securing each hinge to door liner.
NOTE: For replacement, door hinge needs to be
compressed together again for proper door
installation.
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NOTE: Verify the clips click into the holes, ensuring that
they seat correctly in the hole.
4. Once all clips have been installed. Inserted the ends of
the gasket into the holes under the oven bottom
center, leaving an ½” gap between the two ends.
Oven Door
1. Open oven door to the fully opened position.
2. Secure hinge lock by sliding copper clip on lower
hinge over the finger located on the underside of the
top hinge.
3. While holding the oven door securely, start to close
the door and gently lift upward and outward to
disengage hinges from receptacles.
Reinstalling Oven Door
• After oven door is placed on hinge receptacles, the
door will make a clicking noise when closed for the
first time, indicating the oven door is properly aligned
NOTE: In the event that the oven door is off of the oven
and hinges are not closed together, the hinges
will need to be compressed and copper clip
needs to be closed.
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WARNING
Oven Ignitor
Griddle Ignitor
1. Remove oven door, see “Oven Door” procedure.
2. Remove screws securing kick plate at each top
corner.
3. Remove all oven racks and oven rack supports, by
lifting upward and pulling the bottom inward towards
the center of the oven cavity, then downward to
disengage from lower support brackets.
4. Remove screws securing lower support bracket to
oven cavity.
5. Remove oven bottom, by lifting upward and pulling
forward to removing from oven cavity.
6. Disconnect and label wire terminals from oven ignitor.
7. Remove screws securing ignitor and shield to the
burner.
8. Remove ignitor from oven cavity.
9. Reverse procedure to reassemble.
1. Remove griddle assembly from unit, see “Griddle Plate
Assembly” procedure.
2. Remove screw securing griddle burner, located at the
rear.
3. Remove burner and place to the side.
4. Disconnect wire terminals from ignitor.
5. Remove screws securing ignitor and shield to griddle
assembly.
6. Remove ignitor from griddle assembly.
7. Reverse procedure to reassemble.
Gas Regulator
1. Disconnect power supply to unit.
2. Remove screws securing kick plate at each top
corner.
3. Shut off gas supply to range, located in the front of the
oven.
4. Remove bracket at gas line elbow, located at the
bottom left of unit using 5/16” socket.
5. Disconnect gas line from left side of the regulator,
using a 7/8” wrench on the compression nut and a
13/16” wrench on the regulator.
6. Remove the regulator from the shut off valve by
securing the shut off valve with a 1” wrench and
unscrew the regulator.
NOTE: When reinstalling regulator make sure to use
pipe sealer on all threaded connections.
NOTE: Verify that there are no gas leaks, by using
soapy water solution.
Griddle Thermal Valve
1. Remove control panel, see “Control Panel” procedure.
2. Remove griddle assembly from unit, see “Griddle Plate
Assembly” procedure.
3. Remove screw securing griddle burner, located at the
rear.
4. Remove burner and place to the side.
NOTE: Orifice can be removed for easier replacement of
valve.
5. Disconnect gas line from manifold elbow to griddle
thermal valve.
6. Remove screws securing griddle thermal valve bracket.
7. Remove valve from unit.
8. Reverse procedure to reassemble.
Griddle Thermostat
1. Remove control panel, see “Control Panel” procedure.
2. Remove griddle assembly from unit, see “Griddle Plate
Assembly” procedure steps 1 through 6.
3. Disconnect wire terminals from thermostat.
4. Remove screws securing thermostat to control panel.
5. Gently remove sensing bulb through the hole in the
front baffle.
6. Reverse procedures to reassemble.
Griddle Plate Assembly
1. Remove flue cover located at the rear of the griddle.
2. Remove front trim cover.
3. Remove center shipping screw located at the rear of
the griddle (if applicable).
4. Remove screws securing the front of the griddle.
5. Lift griddle assembly straight upward to gain access to
thermostat capillary tube.
6. Slide the thermostat capillary tube out of the griddle
plate channel and place to the side.
7. Remove griddle assembly from the unit.
8. Reverse procedure to reassemble.
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WARNING
Dual Valve
1. Remove griddle assembly from unit, see “Griddle Plate
Assembly” procedure steps 1 through 6.
2. Remove screws securing the back of the griddle
burner hanger.
3. Remove back panel assembly.
4. Disconnect gas lines from the dual valve.
5. Disconnect and label wire terminals from the dual
valve.
6. Remove screws securing dual valve to firebox.
NOTE: Carefully move the griddle burner baffle out of the
way to gain access to screws.
7. Reverse procedure to reassemble.
Single Thermal Valve
1. Remove oven door, see “Oven Door” procedure.
2. Remove screws securing kick plate at each top
corner.
3. Remove all oven racks and oven rack supports, by
lifting upward and pulling the bottom inward towards
the center of the oven cavity, then downward to
disengage from lower support brackets.
4. Remove screws securing lower support bracket to
oven cavity.
5. Remove oven bottom, by lifting upward and pulling
forward to removing from oven cavity.
6. Remove screw securing burner, located at the rear of
the burner.
7. Disconnect gas line from the single valve.
8. Remove nuts securing single valve to mounting
bracket.
9. Reverse procedure to reassemble.
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Appendix A
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Professional 48², 36², 30²
Gas Range Models
403 WEST FOURTH STREET, NORTH · NEWTON, IA 50208
Retain this manual for future reference.
(17663 Rev. B)
A–2
8101P601-60
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30² GAS RANGE MODEL
36² GAS RANGE MODEL
MODEL PRG3010
MODEL PRG3610
48² GAS RANGE MODEL
MODEL PRG4810
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
MODEL IDENTIFICATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
The features offered by the Jenn-Air professional series
of gas ranges are certain to make the cooking experience
more enjoyable and provide the novice or the experienced
chef with years of enjoyment. A large capacity gas oven
with a gas infrared broiler is included on the 30², 36² and
48² ovens. The PRG4810 (48²) range is also equipped
with a smaller 12² oven that is perfect for baking breads
and other small items while the larger items are being
prepared in the large capacity convection oven. Model
PRG3010 offers (4) 15,000 Btu/Hr. top burners, while the
36² and 48² models offer (6) 15,000 Btu/Hr. top burners.
All ranges are equipped with dual flow simmer burners
with a simmer turn down of 570-900 Btu/Hr, which can be
used for melting butter or chocolates. Model PRG3010
offers one simmer burner, while models PRG3610 and
PRG4810 offer two simmer burners each. In addition to
the large capacity oven and high output top burners, the
48² range also offers a stainless steel griddle. All range
models require installation of one of the three backguards
(this piece must be ordered separately) except the
PRG3010 model, which is shipped standard with a 9² low
back. See Figure 1.
WARNING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
IMPORTANT INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS . . . . . 4
STEP 1 - Ventilation Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
STEP 2 - Cabinet Preparation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-6
STEP 3 - Unpacking, Moving And Placing
The Range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-8
GRIDDLE ADJUSTMENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
ANTI-TIP INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS . . . . . . . . . 9
STEP 4 - Electrical Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
STEP 5 - Gas Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-11-12
STEP 6 - Backguard Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
STEP 7 - Test And Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-14
INSTALLER FINAL CHECK LIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
WIRING DIAGRAM
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SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
(PRG3610, PRG4810, PRG3010 Series) . . . . . . . . . 16
If the information in this manual is not followed
exactly, a fire or explosion may result, causing
property damage, personal injury, or death.
Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable
vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this or any
other appliance.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS:
S Do not try to light any appliance.
S Do not touch any electrical switch, do not use
any phone in your building.
S Immediately call your gas supplier from a
neighbor’s phone. Follow the gas supplier’s
instruction.
S If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call the
fire department.
Installation and service must be performed by a
qualified installer, service agency, or the gas
supplier.
FIGURE 1
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IMPORTANT INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
STEP 1: VENTILATION REQUIREMENTS
Tested in accordance with ANSI Z21.1-1993 Standard for
Household Cooking Gas Appliances.
A suitable exhaust hood must be installed above the
range. The following chart indicates the minimum blower
capacity recommended for hood ventilation. (Table 1).
These ranges must be installed in conjunction with a
suitable overhead vent hood. (See Step: 1 for Ventilation
Requirements). Due to the professional high heat capacity
of this unit, particular attention should be paid to the hood
and duct work installation to assure it meets local building
codes. To eliminate risk of burns or fire by reaching over
heated surface units, cabinet storage located above the
surface units should be avoided.
CAUTION
Ventilation hoods and blowers are designed for use
with single wall ducting. However, some local building
codes or inspectors may require double wall ducting.
Consult local building codes and/or local agencies,
before starting, to assure that hood and duct
installation will meet local requirements.
Check local building codes for the proper method of range
installation. Local codes vary. Installation, Electrical
Connections, and Grounding must comply with all
applicable codes. In the absence of local codes, the range
should be installed in accordance with the National Fuel
Gas Code ANSI Z223.1-Latest Edition and National
Electrical Code ANSI / NFPA 70-Latest Edition.
Hood blower speeds should be variable to reduce noise
and loss of heated or air conditioned household air when
maximum ventilation is not required.
For best smoke elimination, the lower edge of the hood
should be installed a minimum of 30² to a maximum of
36² above the range cooking surface, see figure 3. If the
hood contains any combustible materials (i.e. a wood
covering) it must be a minimum of 36² above the cooking
surface.
Model numbers with suffix ‘NP’ are manufactured for use
with natural gas, while model numbers with suffix ‘LP’ are
for use with LP gas (propane).
Due to a high volume of ventilation air, a source of outside
replacement air is recommended. This is particularly
important for tightly sealed and insulated homes. A
reputable heating and ventilating contractor should be
consulted.
TABLE 1
VENTILATION UNIT
HOOD
BLOWER
STANDARD COUNTER INSTALLATION
RECOMMENDATIONS
ISLAND INSTALLATION
RECOMMENDATIONS
(24² Deep x Unit Width)
(30² Deep x 36² At Bottom)
48² RANGE - 800-1000 CFM
800-1000 CFM
36² RANGE - 600-800 CFM
600-800 CFM
30² RANGE - 500 CFM
500 CFM
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STEP 2: CABINET PREPARATION
1. The range is a free-standing unit. If the unit is to be
placed adjacent to cabinets, the clearances shown in
Figures 2A/B/C are required. The same clearances
apply to island installations.
2. The range can be placed in various positions with
respect to the cabinet front, with the front either flush or
projecting, depending on the countertop depth. See
Figure 3A/B and Table 2 (side view of range) for
dimensions.
3. The gas and electrical supply should be within the
zones shown in Figures 2 and 4.
4. The maximum depth of over head cabinets installed on
either side of the hood is 13².
(PRG3610)
(PRG3010)
FIGURE 2A
FIGURE 2B
(PRG4810)
FIGURE 2C
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5. Any openings in the wall behind the range and in the
floor under the range must be sealed.
and Figure 3B indicate the space required for each
type of backguard.
6. When there is less than a 12² clearance between
combustible material and the back edge of the range,
(above the cooking surface) Jenn-Air Stub Back or
High Shelf Backguard must be installed. These parts
must be ordered separately, except for the PRG3010
which comes equipped with a Low Back. Figure 3A
7. Always keep the appliance area clear and free from
combustible materials, gasoline and other flammable
vapors and liquids.
8. Do not obstruct the flow of combustion and ventilation
air to the unit.
F
12² Min. To Combustibles
Without Backguard
G
High Shelf
D
H
36² Min. To
Combustibles
36² Min. To
Combustibles
1-1/2²
C
Island Trim
Low Back
0² Clearance
0² Clearance
A
E
B
FIGURE 3A
FIGURE 3B
TABLE 2
DIMENSIONS
PRG4810
PRG3610
PRG3010
A
27-7/16²
27-7/16²
26-3/4²
B
44-11/16²
44-11/16²
44-1/4²
D
21-1/4²
21-1/4²
21-1/4²
C
12²
12²
9²
E
29-15/16²
29-15/16²
29-15/16²
F
28-3/16²
28-3/16²
28-3/16²
G
10²
10²
9-3/8²
H
2-1/2²
2-1/2²
1-3/4²
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STEP 3: UNPACKING, MOVING AND
PLACING THE RANGE
CAUTION
PROPER EQUIPMENT AND ADEQUATE MANPOWER MUST BE USED IN MOVING THE
RANGE TO AVOID DAMAGE TO THE UNIT
OR THE FLOOR. THE UNIT IS HEAVY AND
RESTS ON ADJUSTABLE STEEL LEGS.
DO NOT LIFT THE RANGE BY THE
OVEN DOOR HANDLES!!
The 36² range has a shipping weight of approximately
408 pounds or 354 pounds after removal of packing
materials. It is recommended that the door, grates,
burners, front kick panel and drip pan (below knobs), be
removed to facilitate handling. This will reduce the weight
to about 230 pounds.
Kick Panel
FIGURE 5
DO NOT REMOVE THE GRIDDLE
ASSEMBLY
Remove the outer carton and packing material from the
shipping base. Remove the kick panel (see Figure 5) by
removing two screws at the top and pulling forward. The
range is held to the skid by two bolts in the front behind
the kick panel (see Figure 5) and two L-brackets located
on bottom flange of the range back (see Figure 7). After
removing the bolts and brackets, the range must be lifted
and removed from the skid. Due to the weight, a dolly with
soft wheels should be used to move this unit. The weight
must be supported uniformly across the bottom (see
Figure 6).
It may be necessary to remove the oven door and knobs
to pass through some doorways. With the doors and
knobs removed a 29-3/8² wide opening is required.
Without removing the door, a 30-13/16² wide opening is
required. See Figure 3A.
Flex Line to Range
Manual Shut-Off
Valve must be
Easily Accessible
Range Must
be Uniformly
Supported
on Braces
2² Maximum
Protrusion from Wall
for Gas Supply
FIGURE 4
Leveling Legs
FIGURE 6
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It is important that the two screws retaining the kick
panel are secure to prevent accidental access to live
electrical components and wires (see Figure 5).
To remove the door, open the door and hold it all the way
open. Close the hinge latches (see Figure 8) and release
the door. The door can then be removed by gently lifting
and pulling the door, with the hinges up and out of the
frame. The hinges are assembled to the door and will be
removed from the frame when the door is lifted upward.
Door Hinge Roller
The professional range should be transported by a dolly
close to its final location. The range can be tipped back
and supported on the rear legs while the dolly is removed.
The floor under the legs should be protected (Wood
Strips, Carpet, Paneling, Etc.) before pushing the unit
back into position. Electric and gas connections should
be made (Steps 4 & 5) and the backguard installed (Step
6) before the range is placed in its final position.
Left Rear Shipping
Screws
Lock (Close)
Un-Lock
FIGURE 7
FIGURE 8
For proper performance, the professional range should be
level. To achieve a flush fit of the range to adjoining
countertops, it will be necessary to have level cabinets
(front to back, and left to right across the opening of the
range). After checking the countertops for level and
before sliding the range into place, measure the distance
from the floor to the top of the counter work surface in the
rear left and right corners. Adjust the corresponding rear
corner of the range to an equal height of the counter, as
the rear leveling legs are not accessible once the range is
pushed into place. Once the range is in place, the front
leg levelers can be accessed to level the front of the
range. Replace the kick panel and oven doors by
reversing the procedure described previously.
GRIDDLE ADJUSTMENTS
The griddle section is fastened in place at the front with
screws. It is designed to be stationary and not meant to
be removed for cleaning.
The griddle has two leveling screws beneath the rear flue
cover which can be used to adjust the griddle to the
desired slope. The center screw is for shipping and
should be removed.
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ANTI-TIP DEVICE INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
NOTE: A risk of range tip over exists if the appliance is
not installed in accordance with the installation
instructions provided. The proper use of this device
minimizes the risk of TIP-OVER. In using the device the
consumer must still observe the safety precautions as
stated in the USE and CARE MANUAL and avoid using
the oven door and/or kick plate as a step stool.
For SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS as well as optimum
performance adjust the range so that it is level. This may
be checked by placing a spirit level or a large pan of water
on the cooktop or the oven rack. Slide-in ranges require
total removal from cabinet before an adjustment can be
made.
To check the range for proper installation of the anti-tip
bracket: Use a flashlight and look underneath the bottom
of the range to see that one of the rear leveling legs is
engaged int eh bracket slot.
Installation instructions are provided for wood and cement
in either floor or wall. Any other type of construction may
require special installation techniques as deemed
necessary to provide adequate fastening of the ANTI-TIP
bracket to the floor or wall.
(2) Wood Screws into Back Wall
(ALL Installations)
Included Parts
Included with this kit are: (4) #10 x 2² wood screws and
(1) Anti-tip bracket.
(2) Small Holes For
Wood Installations
Wood Construction
Back
Wall
(2) Large Holes For
Concrete Installations
Place the bracket against the back wall, into the right rear
corner where the range is to be located. Leave a gap
between the wall (or side of range) and the bracket per
dimension “A” (see chart). Drill (2) 1/8² diameter pilot
holes in the center of the small holes. A nail or awl may
be used if a drill is not available. Fasten the bracket
securely to the floor and wall (see illustration).
Concrete Or Cement Construction
Hardware required: (2) sleeve anchors, lag bolts, and
washers (not provided). Locate the bracket as described
above. Drill the recommended size holes for the
hardware. Install the sleeve anchors into the holes and
then install the lag bolts through the bracket. The bolts
must be properly tightened as recommended for the
hardware. Fasten the bracket securely to the floor and
wall.
DIMENSION A
A=
5/8²
Model PRG3610
Series PRG4810
7/8²
PRG3010
· ALL RANGES CAN TIP AND
CAUSE INJURIES TO
PERSONS.
Range Installation
After the anti-tip bracket has been installed, complete
Steps 4-6 before sliding the range into position. Align
the range to its designated location and slide it back into
position. Make sure that the leveling foot is fully inserted
into and secured by the anti-tip bracket. To gain access to
the anti-tip bracket from the front of the range, remove the
kick plate by removing the (2) screws used to secure the
kick plate (Figure 5).
· INSTALL ANTI-TIP DEVICES
PACKED WITH RANGE.
· FOLLOW ALL INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS.
NOTE: Ensure that power is disconnected from the
range before the kick plate is removed.
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STEP 4: ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
STEP 5: GAS REQUIREMENTS
Power Requirements
Verify the type of gas supplied to the location.
120 VAC, 60 Hz., single phase.
The range is shipped from the factory set up and adjusted
for natural gas or LP gas (propane), depending on model
ordered.
PRG3010 4 Amp. Max.
PRG3610 7 Amp. Max.
PRG4810 - 13 Amp. Max.
(Use 15 Amp. Circuit)
Natural Gas Requirements
Connection: 1/2² N.P.T. Minimum 5/8² dia. flex line.
Pressure: 6² to 14² W.C.
Always disconnect electric supply cord from the wall outlet
or service disconnect before servicing this appliance.
Observe all governing codes and ordinances when
grounding, in the absence of which, observe National
Electrical Code ANSI/NFPA No. 70-1990.
LP Gas Requirements
Connection: 1/2² N.P.T., Minimum 5/8² dia. flex line.
Pressure: 11² to 14² W.C.
A regulator is required at the LP source to provide a
maximum of 14² W.C. to the range regulator.
Recommended Grounding Method
This appliance is factory equipped with a power supply
cord with a three-prong grounding plug (with polarized
parallel blades). It must be plugged into a mating
grounding type receptacle, and connected to a correctly
polarized 120 Volt circuit. If the circuit does not have a
grounding type receptacle, it is the responsibility and
obligation of the installer or user to have the existing
receptacle changed to a properly grounded and polarized
receptacle in accordance with all applicable local codes
and ordinances by a qualified electrician. In the absence
of local codes and ordinances the receptacle replacement
shall be in accordance with the National Electrical Code.
Hook Up
A manual valve must be installed external to the
appliance, in a location accessible from the front for the
purpose of shutting off the gas supply. The supply line
must not protrude beyond the back of the unit. Make sure
the gas supply is turned off at the wall valve before
connecting the appliance.
The gas supply connections should be made by a
competent technician and in accordance with local codes
or ordinances. In the absence of a local code, the
installation must conform to the National Fuel Gas Code
ANSI 223.1-Latest Edition.
THIS THIRD GROUND PRONG SHOULD NOT, UNDER
ANY CIRCUMSTANCES, BE CUT OR REMOVED.
(SEE FIGURE 9)
CAUTION
Receptacle Box
Cover Plate
The appliance must be isolated from the building’s gas
supply piping system by closing its individual manual
shut-off valve during any pressure testing of the gas
supply piping system at test pressures equal to or less
than 1/2 psig (3.5kPa.).
Three
Prong
Plug
The appliance and its individual shut-off valve must be
disconnected from the gas supply piping system
during any pressure testing of the system at the test
pressures in excess of 1/2 psig (3.5kPa.).
When checking the manifold gas pressure, the inlet
pressure to the regulator should be at least 7.0² W. C.
for natural gas.
Ground
Prong
Three Prong
Receptacle
FIGURE 9
** The flex line for the gas supply must be metal and be
approved by an approved certifying agency (AGA, CGA,
or U.L.). Never use a hose made of rubber or other
synthetic material, as the heat may cause the hose to
melt and develop leaks.
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STEP 6: BACKGUARD INSTALLATION
Oven and Griddle Burners
The backguard must be installed when there is less than
a 12² clearance between combustibles and the back of
the range above the cooking surface (see Figure 3B).
Check for the proper burner flame characteristics and
adjust air shutters if necessary (see figures 13 - 14). Each
valve and air shutter is individually tested and adjusted
prior to shipment. Normally adjustment is not required,
however, vibration during transit or variations in the local
gas supply may make minor adjustments necessary.**
RANGE BACKGUARD KITS
HIGH SHELF:
(22²)
PRAG3022 - 30²
PRAG3622 - 36²
PRAG4822 - 48²
Burner flames should be blue and stable with no yellow
tips, excessive noise or lifting of the flame from the
burner. (Slight yellow - tipping is normal with LP gas). If
any of these conditions exist, check that the air shutter or
burner ports are not blocked. If this condition persists,
adjust the air shutter as required.
LOW SHELF:
(12²)
PRAG3612 - 36²
PRAG4812 - 48²
If the flame is too yellow, indicating insufficient air, adjust
the shutter counterclockwise to increase air inlet.
The backguard is inserted, as shown in Figure 12, into the
guide channels on the back of the range. Secure the
backguard with the (4) sheet metal screws provided.
If the flame is noisy or tends to lift away from the burner,
indicating too much air, turn the shutter clockwise to
reduce air.
The oven burner flames should be approximately 1-1/2²
high. The griddle burner flames should be 1-1/2² to 2²
(see figure 13).
Typical Section of Proper Flame (Approx.)
(Griddle / Oven)
1-1/2² - 2²
FIGURE 13
FIGURE 12
STEP 7: TEST AND ADJUSTMENT
Screen should
be glowing red
Flame should be
approximately 1/8²
thick and blue
FIGURE 14
CAUTION
For Warranty coverage, Jenn-Air requires that burner adjustments be made by a qualified technician at
the time of installation. Extreme care should be used
when adjustments are made after installation.*
* Improper or lack of adjustments will void your
warranty.
** The oven infra-red broiler burner has no air shutter
and is not adjustable when used with natural gas. It is
necessary to operate the oven broiler for 45 minutes
to eliminate the harsh odor of the insulation binder.
This must be done before using the range for the
first time and with proper ventilation.
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Surface Burners
INSTALLER FINAL CHECK LIST
The surface burners are not adjustable. Proper operation is
achieved when the correct orifices for the gas supply are
installed at the factory, based on model ordered.
j
j
j
j
j
* If the top burner does not ignite, check the spark igniter
by listening for a clicking sound. If you do not hear the
igniter click, turn off the burner. Check for a tripped circuit
breaker, blown fuse, or poor wire connection to the igniter.
To Clean Exterior Surfaces
Placement of unit.
Specified clearance maintained to cabinet surfaces.
Unit level - front to back, side to side.
All packaging material and tie straps removed.
Low back or high shelf backguard attached if there is
less than 12² clearance above the cooking surface to
combustibles behind unit.
Electrical
j Receptacle with 15 ampere over-current protection is
The stainless steel surfaces may be cleaned by wiping
with a damp soapy cloth. Any mild glass cleaner will
remove fingerprints and smears. Do not use steel wool as
it will scratch this surface. Small scratches may be
removed by lightly sanding, with the grain, using 120 grit
paper.
provided for service cord connection.
j Adequate ground connection.
j Kick panel in place and two (2) screws secure.
Gas Supply
j Connection: 1/2 NPT with a minimum 5/8² diameter
flex line.
j Site gas supply is compatible with range model, and
sufficient pressure is available (see Gas
Requirements on page 10).
j Manual gas shut off valve installed in an accessible
location.
j Unit tested and free of gas leaks.
Operation
j All internal packing materials removed. Check drip
drawers.
j Bezels centered on burner knobs and knobs turn
freely.
j Each burner lights satisfactorily, both individually and
with other burners on same side of unit operating.
j Griddle is level.
j Drip trays are properly in place and pull out freely.
j Oven door hinges seated and door opens and closes
properly.
j Burner grates correctly positioned, level, and do not
rock.
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