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Installation Instructions

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30", 36" and 48" Restaurant Style Vent Hoods

Models: ZV48R ZV36R ZV30R

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Installation Instructions BEFORE 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

- Keep these instructions for future reference.

• Skill Level

– Installation of this vent hood requires basic mechanical and electrical skills.

• Completion time

– 1 to 3 hours.

• Proper installation is the responsibility of the installer.

• Product failure due to improper installation is not covered under the Warranty.

CAUTION:

Due to the weight and size of these vent hoods and to reduce the risk of personal injury or damage to the product, TWO PEOPLE ARE REQUIRED FOR

PROPER INSTALLATION.

PRUDENCE

À cause du poids et de la taille de ces hottes et pour reduire le risque de blessures et de dommages, IL FAUT

DEUX PERSONNES POUR FAIRE L’INSTALLATION CORRECTEMENT.

WARNING:

To reduce the risk of fire or electrical shock, do not use this range hood with any external solid-state speed control device. Any such alteration from original factory wiring could result in damage to the unit and/or create an electrical safety hazard.

ADVERTISSEMENT

Pour réduire le risque d’incendie ou de choc électrique, il ne faut pas utiliser cette hotte avec un régulateur de vitesse électronique externe. Toute modification de ce type du branchement d’usine peute endommager l’appareil ou créer un risque de choc électrique.

TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, USE ONLY METAL DUCTWORK.

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WARNING:

TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRICAL SHOCK OR INJURY TO PERSONS, OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING: A.

Use this unit only in the manner intended by the manufacturer. If you have any questions, contact the manufacturer.

B.

Before servicing or cleaning unit, switch power off at the service panel and lock service panel to prevent power from being switched on accidentally. If the service panel cannot be locked, fasten a tag or prominent warning label to the panel.

ADVERTISSEMENT

POUR RÉDUIRE LE RISQUE D’INCENDIE, DE CHOC ÉLECTRIQUE OU DE BLESSURES, IL FAUT OBSERVER LES REGLES SUIVANTES: A.

Utiliser cet appareil uniquement de la maniére prévue par le fabricant. En cas de question, consulter le fabricant.

B.

Avant toute intervention ou nettoyage, couper l’alimentation électrique au disjoncteur et verrouiller le panneau du disjoncteur pour éviter la mise sous tension accidentelle. S’il n’est pas possible de verrouiller le panneau du disconcteur, attacher un placard ou une étiquette trés visible au panneau.

• For general ventilating use only. Do not use to exhaust hazardous or explosive materials or vapors.

• Structural framing, installation work and electrical wiring must be done by qualified person(s). In accordance with all applicable codes and standards including fire-rated construction.

• Sufficient air is needed for proper combustion and exhausting of gases through the flue (chimney) of fuel burning equipment to prevent back drafting. Follow the heating equipment manufacturer’s guideline and safety standards such as those published by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), and the American Society for Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), and the local code authorities.

• Local codes vary. Installation electrical connections and grounding must comply with applicable codes. In the absence of local codes, the vent should be in stalled in accordance with National Electrical Code ANSI/NFPA 70-1990 or latest edition.

CAUTION:

To reduce risk of fire and to properly exhaust air, be sure to duct air outside – Do not vent exhaust air into spaces within walls or ceilings or into attics, crawl spaces, or garages.

PRUDENCE

garage.

Il faut prendre soin d’installer un conduit vers l’extérieur pour réduire le risque d’incendie et pouvoir évacuer l’air correctement. Il ne faut pas évacuer l’air correctement. Il ne faut pas évacuer l’air dans l’espace entre les parois d’un mur, un plafond ou un grenier, un espace sanitaire ou un

Installation Instructions

CONTENTS

Product Dimensions ......................................................... 3 Installation Clearances ..................................................... 4 Optional Duct Cover Accessories .................................... 4 Advance Planning ............................................................. 5 Power Supply .................................................................... 5 Duct Fittings ...................................................................... 6 Using Duct Cover Accessories .......................................... 7 Tools and Materials Required .......................................... 8 Remove the packaging ..................................................... 8 Parts Provided ................................................................... 9 Step 1, Determine Ductwork and Wiring Locations .... 10 Step 2A, Install Hood Onto Wall ................................... 11 Step 2B, Install Hood Beneath Soffit ............................ 12 Step 3, Connect Ductwork ............................................. 13 Step 4, Connect Electrical .............................................. 13 Step 5, Install Duct Covers ............................................. 13 Step 6, Install Motor ....................................................... 13 Step 7, Install Filters ....................................................... 14 Step 8, Install Backguard and Shelf ............................... 14 Step 9, Install Shelf Only ................................................ 15 Step 10, Install Implement Rods ................................... 15

PRODUCT DIMENSIONS

Backguard Warming Shelf Each hood is shipped with a stainless steel backguard and a warming shelf.

Hoods may be installed with the shelf or backguard alone, or with both as shown.

22-1/2" 12" 35-15/16" 12" 25" Model ZV48R 12" 47-15/16" 29-15/16" 47-15/16" 22-1/2" 25" Model ZV36R 35-15/16" 22-1/2" Model ZV30R 25" 29-15/16"

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Advance Planning

INSTALLATION CLEARANCES

These vent hoods are designed to be installed onto a wall or beneath a soffit or cabinet.

Installation with Warming Shelf

• Hoods must be installed 32" Min., 38" Max over any type cooking surface when warming shelf is used.

Installation without Warming Shelf

• Install these hoods 30" Min. to 36" Max. above the cooking surface when installed over any professional style cooktop or range.

• These hoods may be installed 24" min. above a gas or electric drop-in style cooktop.

Note: Clearances may vary due to type of cooking product and local codes. Check with local inspectors to be sure standard is applicable.

Soffit Installation

SOFFIT SOFFIT

OPTIONAL DUCT COVER ACCESSORIES

Decorative duct covers are available in 6" and 12" heights. Duct covers may be stacked, in various combinations, to conceal the ductwork running from the top of the hood to the ceiling.

• Before you begin, you should determine the installa tion height of the hood and order the correct size duct cover. The duct covers should be ordered at the same time as the vent hood and be on site before installation. Order the duct cover corresponding to your model.

6" Duct Cover 12" Duct Cover 30" Min.

36" Max.

32" Min.

38" Max.

Install these hoods 30" Min. to 36" Max. over a professional style cooktop or range.

Allow 32" min. and 38" max.

clearance above any cooking surface when installed with shelf.

In this installation the ductwork running from the top of the hood will be concealed in the soffit or upper cabinetry.

Wall Mount Installation 6" Duct Covers Hood Model

ZV48R ZV36R ZV30R

6” Duct Cover

ZX48DC6 ZX36DC6 ZX36DC6

Dimensions

6"H x 19-11/16"W x 11-7/8"D 6"H x 15-3/4"W x 11-7/8"D 6"H x 15-3/4"W x 11-7/8"D

12" Duct Covers Hood Model

ZV48R ZV36R ZV30R

12” Duct Cover

ZX48DC12 ZX36DC12 ZX36DC12

Dimensions

12"H x 19-11/16"W x 11-7/8"D 12"H x 15-3/4"W x 11-7/8"D 12"H x 15-3/4"W x 11-7/8"D 30" Min.

36" Max.

32" Min.

38" Max.

Install these hoods 30" Min. to 36" Max. over a professional style cooktop or range.

Allow 32" min. and 38" max.

clearance above any cooking surface when installed with shelf.

For this installation, a decorative duct cover is avail able to conceal the ductwork running from the top of the hood. Use of the duct cover requires special consideration to the installation height above the countertop.

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Advance Planning

ADVANCE PLANNING Ductwork Planning

• These vent hoods are equipped for 10" round ductwork. In most instances they may be transitioned to 8" round.

• This hood may be vented vertically through upper cabinets, soffit or ceiling. A duct transition piece is supplied for vertical exhaust. Use locally supplied elbows to vent horizontally through the rear wall.

• Determine the exact location of the vent hood.

• Plan the route for venting exhaust to the outdoors.

• Use the shortest and straightest duct route possible.

For satisfactory performance, duct run should not exceed 150 ft. equivalent length for any duct configurations.

• Refer to “Duct Fittings” chart to compute the maxi mum permissible length for duct runs to the out doors.

• Use metal ductwork only.

• Install a wall cap or roof cap with damper at the exterior opening. Order the wall or roof cap and any transition needed in advance.

Wall Framing for Adequate Support

• These vent hoods are heavy. Adequate structural support must be provided. Hoods must be secured to vertical studs in the wall.

• It is strongly recommend that the vent hood with duct cover be on site before final framing and wall finishing. This will also help to accurately locate the ductwork and electrical service.

Decorative Duct Covers:

Decorative duct covers, 6" and 12" high, are available to fit all models. The duct cover conceals the ductwork running from the top of the hood to the ceiling or soffit. Stack one or more duct covers over the top of the hood to reach your ceiling height.

POWER SUPPLY

IMPORTANT - (Please read carefully)

WARNING:

FOR PERSONAL SAFETY, THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE PROPERLY GROUNDED.

ATTENTION –

POUR DES RAISONS DE SÉCURITÉ, CET APPAREIL DOIT ÊTRE CORRECTEMENT MIS À LA TERRE.

Remove house fuse or open circuit breaker before beginning installation.

Do not use an extension cord or adapter plug with this appliance. Follow National electrical codes or prevail ing local codes and ordinances.

Electrical supply

These vent hoods must be supplied with 120V, 60Hz, and connected to an individual, properly grounded branch circuit, and protected by a 15 or 20 amp circuit breaker or time delay fuse.

• Wiring must be 2 wire with ground.

• If the electrical supply does not meet the above requirements, call a licensed electrician before proceeding.

• Route house wiring as close to the installation location as possible on the back wall or ceiling.

• Connect the wiring to the house wiring in accor dance with local codes.

Grounding instructions

The grounding conductor must be connected to a ground metal, permanent wiring system, or an equip ment-grounding terminal or lead on the hood.

WARNING:

The improper connection of the equipment-grounding conductor can result in a risk of electric shock. Check with a qualified electrician or service representative if you are in doubt whether the appliance is properly grounded.

ADVERTISSEMENT

Le mauvais branchement du fil de mise à la terre peut causer un choc électrique. En cas de doute, consulter un électricien qualifié ou un technicien pour déterminer si l’appareil est à la terre.

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DUCT FITTINGS

Use this chart to compute maximum permissable lengths for duct runs to outdoors.

Note: Do not exceed maximum permissable equivalent lengths!

Maximum recommended duct length for these hoods: 150 feet Flexible ducting:

If flexible metal ducting is used, all the equivalent feet values in the table should be doubled. The flexible metal duct should be straight and smooth and extended as much as possible.

Do NOT use flexible plastic ducting.

Note:

Any home ventilation system, such as a ventilation hood, may interrupt the proper flow of combustion air and exhaust required by fireplaces, gas furnaces, gas water heaters and other naturally vented systems. To minimize the chance of interruption of such naturally vented systems, follow the heating equipment manufacturer’s guidelines and safety standards such as those published by NFPA and ASHRAE.

Hoods Are Equipped For 10" Round Duct

*Hoods are supplied with a 10" round transition. A locally supplied transition is required for other sizes.

Note: Outlet on top of hood is

8-1/8" x 8".

Advance Planning

Duct Piece Dimensions Round, straight 3-1/4" x 24" straight 90 ° elbow 45 ° elbow 9 ft.

3-1⁄4" x 12" or 3-1/4" x 24" 90 ° elbow 3-1/4" x 24" 45 ° elbow 3-1/4" x 24" 90 ° flat elbow 10" round to 3-1/4" x 24" transition 15 ft.

9 ft.

20 ft.

1 ft.

3-1/4" x 24" to 10" round transition 10" round to 3-1/4" x 24" transition 90 ° elbow 5 ft.

5 ft.

3-1/4" x 24" to 10" round transition 90 ° elbow 15 ft.

Round wall cap with damper 30 ft.

3-1/4" x 24" wall cap with damper 30 ft.

Total Equivalent Quantity Equivalent Length* Used Length 1 ft.

(per foot length) 1 ft.

(per foot length) 15 ft.

Round roof cap 26 ft.

Round roof vent 24 ft.

* Actual length of straight duct plus duct fitting equivalent.

Equivalent length of duct pieces are based on actual tests conducted by GE Evaluation Engineering and reflect requirements for good venting performance with any ventilation hood.

Total Duct Run

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Advance Planning

USING DUCT COVER ACCESSORIES To avoid unsightly gaps, plan the hood installation height for duct cover use. Use the following formula to calculate the need for one or more duct covers and to ensure a trouble free installation.

Ceiling Height B 10" Hood Height A C We recommend that the vent hood and decorative duct cover (if used) be on site before final framing and wall finishing. This will help to accurately locate studs, ductwork and electrical service.

• Read these examples carefully to determine the need for one or more 6" or 12" duct covers.

A = Countertop to ceiling height.

B = Gap at the top of the hood to the ceiling.

C = Hood installation height - Plus 10" hood height.

NOTE:

Dim. C should be between 40" and 46" (for a 30" to 36" installation height). Raise or lower the hood installation height to allow use of one or more 6" and 12" duct covers.

A - B = C INSTALLATION EXAMPLES

24" 12" 42" 38" 32" 32"

8 ft. ceilings:

When the hood is installed 32" above the cooking surface and there is no soffit or upper cabinetry, order one 12" and one 6" duct cover accessory.

9 ft. ceilings

: When the hood is installed 38" above the cooking surface, order two 12" duct cover accessories.

10 ft. ceilings

: When the hood is installed 36" above the cooking surface, order three 12" and one 6" duct cover accessories.

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Installation Preparation

TOOLS AND MATERIALS REQUIRED

(NOT SUPPLIED) Tools

• Pencil and tape measure • Spirit level • Wire cutter/stripper • Wire nuts • Electric drill and appropriate bits • Phillips and flat blade screwdrivers • Torx ® T-20 screwdriver • 1/4" pivoting hex socket • Flashlight • Metal Snips • Caulking • Pliers • Safety glasses • Duct tape

Additional Materials:

• 120V 60Hz. 15 or 20 Amp, 2 wire with ground.

Properly grounded branch circuit.

• Strain relief for junction cover.

• 10" round metal duct, length to suit installation.

REMOVE THE PACKAGING

• Remove packages from the “V” shaped cardboard section. Remove shipping pads.

• Lift the hood out of the box.

IMPORTANT:

Lift the hood by grasping the outside edges of the exhaust opening on the top.

Wood Mounting Support Hood Duct Transition Parts Motor Mounted on Skid Shipping Carton • The vent hood motor is shipped secured to the skid with 4 screws. Locate and remove 2 screws on each side of the motor. Discard the shipping skid and screws.

• From the inside of the hood, loosen (do not remove) the 2 screws holding the wood mounting support to the back of the hood. Remove and set aside the mounting support with screws for later installation. DO NOT DISCARD.

• Remove tape and packing material from the hood and all supplied parts.

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Installation Preparation

PARTS PROVIDED

Locate the parts packed with the hood.

Duct Transition with Damper 2 Stainless Steel Grease Filters (3 filters with 48" models) Heat Lamp (2 with 48" models) Wood Support with Original Screws Backguard Allen Wrench For Implement Rods 2 Implement Rods and 4 Stand-offs Warming Shelf

HARDWARE PACKAGE

Locate and check contents. Screws shown actual size.

4 screws to secure the duct transition to the hood outlet on the top. Torx ® 20 4 screws to secure the wood support to the wall POZIDRIV 3 2 flat washers for wall anchors 6 (3/16") hollow wall anchors with screws use 4 to secure hood to the wall at the bottom.

Use 2 to secure backguard.

2 machine screws to secure shelf to bottom of hood. Torx ® 20 10 Screws. Use 6 to secure hood to the wood support.

(2 are secured to wood support) Use 4 to secure backguard to wall. Torx ® 20 2 shoulder screws to secure shelf to bottom of hood. Torx ® 20

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1 safety screw and lock washer, to secure the blower (screw is marked with red paint). Torx ® 20

Installation Instructions

STEP 1 DETERMINE HOOD, DUCTWORK AND WIRING LOCATIONS

• Use a level to draw the cooktop centerline location.

Draw the line to ceiling height.

• Measure desired distance from the bottom of the hood to the cooking surface.

Note: If you are installing the hood with duct covers, be sure to read “Using Duct Cover Accessories” page 7. Exact installation height may be determined by use of one or more duct covers.

20" Top of Hood Wood Support 22-1/2" *House Wiring Location Bottom of Hood • Determine bottom of hood location (Dimension A) by subtracting 12-1/2" from the desired installation height.

Installation Height Dimension A Cooking Surface *See recessed location below.

Dim. A • Use a level to draw a straight horizontal pencil line indicating the bottom of the hood.

• From the line indicating the bottom of the hood, measure 20" up and draw another line for the loca tion of the wood support. See illustration.

FOR VERTICAL (Straight Up) DUCTING:

• Use a level to draw a centerline from the bottom of the hood to ceiling or soffit.

• If venting out the ceiling, extend the centerline forward on the ceiling or soffit.

• Locate the centerline of a 10-1/2" hole on the ceiling or soffit by measuring 6" from the wall.

FOR DUCTING THROUGH REAR WALL:

• Measure the supplied duct transition with any straight run length of duct used, plus 90 ° elbow height. Draw horizontal line on the wall intersecting the centerline.

House Wiring Location:

• The junction box is fastened to the back of the hood on the right side.

18-1/16" for 48" Models 12-1/16" for 36" Models 9-1/16" for 30" Models 6-1/2" 14-1/4" Electrical Area 14" for 48" Models 8" for 36" Models 5" for 30" Models • The recessed back side of the hood provides a large area for the house wiring to exit the wall and be routed to the rear knockout and junction box.

• The location for the house wiring depends on the installation height of the hood and the width of the hood. See shaded “Electrical Area” for locations.

• Remove junction box cover and knockout. Install strain relief.

Alternate Knockout Locations (for soffit installation)

If the installation requires, the junction box can be relocated from the back to the top of the hood. Remove 3 screws, align box to top knockout and secure with original screws.

• Remove junction box cover and knockout. Install strain relief.

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Installation Instructions

STEP 2A INSTALL HOOD ONTO WALL SKIP THIS STEP IF INSTALLING BENEATH A SOFFIT OR CABINET, GO TO STEP 2B.

IMPORTANT: Framing must be capable of supporting up to 150 lbs.

Install Transition Onto Top of Hood

• Locate at least 2 vertical studs at the wood support.

• Center the supplied wood support, left to right and below the 20" marked line.

Duct Transition Bottom of Hood 20" Centerline of Installation Space Wood Support IMPORTANT: Remove shipping tape from damper and check that damper moves freely.

Top of Hood • Place the duct transition piece over the hood exhaust and secure with 4 screws provided.

• Use duct tape to seal the connection. Check to be sure the damper moves freely.

Hang Hood On Wood Support

• Lift the hood and hold close to the installation location.

Route house wiring through the knockout and into the junction box.

• Place the hood over the wood support. Be sure the mounting screws engage the keyhole slots in the back of the hood.

• Check to be sure the hood is level and centered.

• Secure the wood support to 2 or more vertical studs, using at least 2 of the 4 supplied long screws.

IMPORTANT:

Screws must penetrate at least 1-1/2" into vertical studs. Countersink screws into support.

Note: The mounting screws must remain in their original shipping location. These screws are positioned to engage the keyhole slots in the back of the hood.

30" to 36" Bottom Mounting Holes Centerline of Installation Space Original Mounting Screws as Shipped 1/4" Gap • Adjust depth of original mounting screws in wood support until they protrude 1/4" forward. This 1/4" gap will provide clearance to hang the hood.

Test Duct Cover Fit

• Place duct cover(s) over the top of the hood to check for gaps. Adjust the hood up or down if necessary.

Install Bottom Mounting Screws

• Drill 1/8" pilot holes into the two bottom mounting holes. Enlarge the holes if they did not enter studs to 3/8". Insert anchors for wall fasteners into bottom holes. Remove anchor screws and add flat washers provided. Drive screws into anchors and tighten.

• Install 4 additional screws through the inside back of the hood and into the wood support.

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Installation Instructions

STEP 2B Alternate Mounting Method INSTALL HOOD TO SOFFIT OR BENEATH CABINETS SKIP THIS STEP IF USING WALL MOUNTING METHOD

When necessary, the hood may be installed so that it is supported by the soffit.

• The soffit should be constructed with 2 x 4’s.

• Determine the installation location on the wall.

• Continue the centerline forward on the bottom of the cabinet or soffit.

• The opening above the hood should allow for the 10" round duct and clearance to slide the hood back against the wall.

Requires 10-1/2" Min.

Opening For Ductwork and Hood Installation

IMPORTANT: Soffit framing must be capable of supporting up to 150 lbs.

Install Transition Onto Top of Hood

Duct Transition IMPORTANT: Remove shipping tape from damper and check that damper moves freely.

Top of Hood • Place the transition piece over the hood exhaust and secure with 4 screws provided.

• Use duct tape to seal the connection. Check to be sure the damper moves freely.

A A

Mount Hood onto Soffit or Cabinet Note:

If mounting to the underside of a cabinet with a recessed bottom, install shims to fill the gap.

Soffit • The 2 x 4 studs must be located as shown in the chart, Dim. A. to accept mounting screws.

ZV48R ZV36R ZV30R

“A” Centerline to Stud and Keyhole Slots

23-9/16" 17-9/16" 14-9/16"

“B” Hood Width At the Top

47-15/16" 35-15/16" 29-15/16" 2" A Top View Front of Hood 8-1/8" 7-1/2" 8" C 6" 2-9/16" B Back of Hood • Drill 1/8" pilot holes into the studs at the locations shown in the top view illustration.

Engage Top Keyhole Slots 1/4" Gap Push Back to Wall Add Shims If Bottom Is Recessed Back Wall

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• Drive mounting screws into the studs until they protrude 1/4". The 1/4" gap will provide clearance to engage the keyhole slots in the top of the hood.

• Lift hood to installation position. Locate house wiring and route through the knockout (from the back or top of the hood).

• Lift hood onto mounting screws. Slide back against the rear wall.

• Tighten mounting screws.

IMPORTANT: For additional support and to mini mize vibration during operation, the hood must be secured to the back wall. Use wall anchors to fasten bottom back of hood to the wall.

Installation Instructions

STEP 3 CONNECT DUCTWORK

• Install ductwork, making connections in direction of airflow as illustrated.

• Secure joints in ductwork with sheetmetal screws.

• Wrap all duct joints with duct tape for an airtight seal.

• Use duct tape to seal the flange connection.

Reach inside the hood and push the damper up Duct Tape Over Seam and Screw to be sure it moves freely.

Air Flow Screw

STEP 5 INSTALL DUCT COVERS Note:

For easier handling, remove cardboard insert after film is peeled off.

Remove protective film from duct covers. If more than one duct cover is used, secure each piece together with screws provided.

• Place the duct cover(s) on top of the hood.

• From inside the hood, secure the duct cover to the top with the small Torx ® screws supplied with the covers.

STEP 6 INSTALL MOTOR

Duct Tape Over Transition Outlet

STEP 4 CONNECT ELECTRICAL Verify that power is turned off at the source.

WARNING:

If house wiring is not 2-wire with a ground wire, a ground must be provided by the installer. When house wiring is aluminum, be sure to use U.L. approved anti-oxidant compound and alumi num-to-copper connectors.

ATTENTION –

Si le câblage de la maison n’est pas du type à deux fils avec un fil de terre, l’installateur doit fournir un circuit de terre.

Quand les fils de la maison sont en aluminium, il prendre soin d’utiliser de la pâte antioxidation approuvée par UL et des connecteurs pour l’aluminium-cuivre.

A

Remove Junction Box Cover

B

Insert Power Conduit Thru Strain Relief and Tighten Ground White Black

C

Use UL Listed Wire Nuts Attachment Slot Spring Clip • From the inside of the hood, slip motor into the attachment slot on the left.

• Rotate motor upwards until it snaps into the spring clip on the right.

• Secure the motor to the hood with the machine screw and lock washer. (Screw is marked with red paint.) • Plug connector into the motor.

Attachment Screw Top IMPORTANT: Connector ends are designed to mate only one way. Match flat and round connectors as shown.

Spring Clip • Use wire nuts to connect incoming ground to green, white to white and black to black.

• Push wires into junction box and replace cover. Be sure wires are not pinched.

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Installation Instructions

STEP 7 INSTALL FILTERS

• Insert the filter into the opening and drop into the bottom. Raise filter to the top of the opening and lock into place.

• To remove the filters, grasp the latch, pull the filter up and lift out.

STEP 8 INSTALL BACKGUARD AND SHELF INSTALL BACKGUARD:

• Remove packaging.

• Place backguard against the bottom of the hood to use as a template. Mark upper screw locations “A” and “B” • Remove backguard. DO NOT remove the protective film at this time.

• Drill four 1/8" pilot holes at screw locations “A” and “B”.

• If drill did not enter studs, enlarge holes to 3/8".

• Insert wall anchors into the enlarged holes. Remove screws from wall anchors.

• Peel protective film about 3" away from the top and bottom edge.

• Align and secure backguard to wall using 2 wall anchor screws or wood screws in locations “A”.

• Install 2 screws through hole locations “C” at the bottom of the backguard.

This hood can be installed with the warm ing shelf and backguard together or with the warming shelf or backguard alone.

INSTALL SHELF OVER BACKGUARD:

• Install two shoulder screws into holes “D” in the bottom of hood flange leaving 1/8" gap.

• Remove shelf packaging and protective film.

• Engage shoulder screws into the keyhole slots in the top of the shelf. Slide shelf towards the left to lock into place.

• Install two 3/4" long machine screws through the bottom of the shelf into the bottom hood flange, location “E”.

• Install anchor screws through the shelf and into the wall holes “B”.

• Remove all protective film.

1/8" Gap D D B E E B Mounting Holes for Backguard (A, C) and Shelf (B) B A BACKGUARD A B C • If installing the backguard alone, without the shelf, drive screws in all locations shown.

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Installation Instructions

STEP 9 INSTALL SHELF “ONLY”

• Remove shelf packaging and protective film.

• If installing the shelf alone, without the backguard, place shelf against the bottom of the hood and mark screw hole locations “B” on the wall.

• Drill two 1/8" pilot holes.

• If drill did not enter studs, enlarge holes to 3/8".

• Insert wall anchors into enlarged holes. Remove screws from wall anchors.

• Install two shoulder screws into holes “D” in the bottom of hood flange leaving 1/8" gap.

• Engage shoulder screws into the keyhole slots in the top of the shelf. Slide shelf towards the left to lock into place.

• Install two 3/4" long machine screws through the bottom of the shelf into the bottom hood flange, location “E”.

STEP 10 INSTALL IMPLEMENT RODS

Screw Stand-offs Into Hood Use Allen Wrench to Secure Rod to Stand-offs • Use a flat blade screwdriver to install stand-offs into the bottom of the hood.

• Align implement rod to stand-offs with the screw hole towards the inside of the hood. Secure the rod to the stand-offs with the supplied Allen wrench.

• Follow the same procedure on the opposite side.

1/8" Gap E B Mounting Holes for Shelf (B) D D B E

FINALIZE INSTALLATION

• Install the supplied infrared bulb(s).

• See the Owner’s Manual for instructions to test operation.

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Pub. No. 49-80152 Dwg. No. 164D4290P109 (N.D. 539) 10/02 Printed in Italy Note: While performing installations described in this book, safety glasses or goggles should be worn.

For Monogram ® local service in your area, call 1-800-444-1845.

Note:

Product improvement is a continuing endeavor at General Electric. Therefore, materials, appearance and specifications are subject to change without notice.

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