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Installation
Instructions
36″ Island Chimney Vent Hood
ZV925
49-80329
05-06 JR
04-06 JR
49-80406
Printed in Italy
7-1/16″ to
Centerline
of Holes
Drill 3/16″
Pilot Holes
Approx. 1-1/2″
Deep
Cut a 1″ Dia.
Wire Access
Hole
2″
1/
8-
.
ia
D
10-1/16″ to
Centerline
of Holes
36″ Hood
Template
FRONT OF HOOD
Cut a 1″ Dia.
Wire Access
Hole
7-1/16″ to
Centerline
of Holes
Drill 3/16″
Pilot Holes
Approx. 1-1/2″
Deep
Installation Instructions
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE
BEFORE YOU BEGIN
RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRICAL SHOCK OR
INJURY, 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.
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.
AVERTISSEMENT :
POUR RÉDUIRE LE RISQUE D’INCENDIE, DE
CHOC ÉLECTRIQUE OU DE BLESSURES, IL FAUT
OBSERVER LES REGLES SUIVANTES :
A. Utilisez cet appareil uniquement de la maniére prévue par
le fabricant. En cas de question, consultez le fabricant.
B. Avant toute intervention ou nettoyage, coupez
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 disjoncteur, attachez 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 guidelines 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 of electrical connections
and grounding must comply with applicable codes. In
the absence of local codes, the vent should be installed
in accordance with National Electrical Code ANSI/NFPA
70-1990 or latest edition.
CAUTION:
Due to the weight and size of these vent
hoods and to reduce the risk of personal
injury or damage to the product, THREE PEOPLE ARE
REQUIRED FOR PROPER INSTALLATION.
PRUDENCE :
À cause du poids et des dimensions du
ces hottes et pour réduire les risques de
blessures ou de dommages du produit, IL FAUT
TROIS PERSONNES POUR FAIRE UNE INSTALLATION
CORRECTE.
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.
AVERTISSEMENT :
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.
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.
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, USE ONLY METAL
DUCTWORK.
PRUDENCE : 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 dans l’espace
entre les parois d’un mur, un plafond ou un grenier,
un espace sanitaire ou un garage.
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Design Information
CONTENTS
Design Information
Product Dimensions ..............................................................................3
Advance Planning
Advance Planning ..................................................................................4
Power Supply ............................................................................................4
Duct Fittings ............................................................................................ 5
Installation Preparation
Installation Height ..................................................................................6
Tools and Materials Required............................................................7
Remove the Packaging ......................................................................7
Parts Provided ..........................................................................................8
Installation Preparation
Construct Ceiling Support ..........................................................9–11
Installation Instructions—Vented to the Outside
Step 1, Mount Template ....................................................................12
Step 2, Adjust Frame Height ..........................................................12
Step 3, Cut Duct to Length for Vented Installation ............13
Step 4, Install the Support Frame ................................................13
Step 5, Install Hood Attachment Screws..................................13
Step 6, Mount the Hood onto the Support..............................14
Step 7, Connect Cables......................................................................14
Step 8, Connect Electrical ................................................................15
Step 9, Prepare the Duct Covers ..................................................16
Step 10, Install Upper Duct Cover................................................16
Step 11, Install Lower Duct Cover................................................17
Step 12, Install Duct Cover Trim....................................................17
Step 13, Install Metal Filter ..............................................................17
Step 14, Finalize Installation............................................................17
Installation Instructions—Recirculating
Step 1, Mount Template ....................................................................18
Step 2, Adjust Frame Height ..........................................................18
Step 3, Install Air Deflector, Cut Duct
for Recirculating Operation ............................................19
Step 4, Install Upper Support Frame..........................................19
Step 5, Install Lower Structure to Upper Structure ............20
Step 6, Install Blower/Motor............................................................20
Step 7, Install Hood Attachment Screws..................................21
Step 8, Mount the Hood onto the Support..............................21
Step 9, Connect Cables......................................................................21
Step 10, Connect Electrical..............................................................22
Step 11, Prepare the Duct Covers................................................23
Step 12, Install Upper Duct Cover................................................23
Step 13, Install Lower Duct Cover................................................24
Step 14, Install Duct Cover Trim....................................................24
Step 15, Install Filters ..........................................................................25
Step 16, Finalize Installation............................................................25
PRODUCT DIMENSIONS
*Height
*Height
to
ceiling
Ceiling
24″ min.*
30″ max.*
3/4″
32 1/4"
6"
27 9/1
9/16″
27
7/8"
35
35 7/8″
36″ min.
* The supplied duct cover fits 7′ 11″ to 9′ ceiling
heights. For 9′ 1″ to 10′ 1″ ceilings, order ZX92510.
* Exact installation
height depends
on ceiling height.
NOTE: Installation height should be measured from the
cooking surface to the bottom of the outer glass portion
of the hood.
These vent hoods are supplied with a support frame
for ceiling heights of 7′ 11″ to 10′ 1″.
Decorative duct covers conceal the ductwork running
from the top of the hood to the ceiling.
ZX92510 accessory is available for ceiling heights of
9′ 1″ to 10′ 1″.
This hood must be installed 24″ min. and 30″ max.
above the cooking surface. The cooking surface
should be at least 36″ above the floor.
This hood may be vented to the outdoors, or it can
be installed for recirculating operation.
This hood can be installed over any Monogram
electric or gas cooktop. It cannot be installed over
a Monogram Professional cooktop or range.
3
Advance Planning
ADVANCE PLANNING
POWER SUPPLY
Ductwork Planning
•These vent hoods are equipped for 8″ round
ductwork.
•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 100 ft. equivalent length for any
duct configurations.
•Refer to “Duct Fittings” chart to compute the
maximum permissible length for duct runs to
the outdoors.
•Use rigid metal ductwork only.
•Install a roof cap with damper at the exterior
opening. Order the cap and any transitions needed
in advance.
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
prevailing local codes and ordinances.
Electrical Supply
This vent hood 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 in the ceiling, as close to the
installation location as possible. Allow additional
length from ceiling joists to reach the junction
box on the bottom of the hood support frame.
• Connect the wiring to the house wiring in
accordance with local codes.
Grounding Instructions
The grounding conductor must be connected to
a ground metal, permanent wiring system, or an
equipment-grounding terminal or lead on the hood.
Ceiling Framing for Adequate Support
•These vent hoods are heavy. Adequate structural
support must be provided. The ceiling structure
must be capable of supporting the weight of the
hood and any inadvertent user contact loads
(approximately 200 pounds). The hood support
frame will be supported by 2 x 4 cross framing.
•Installation will be easier if the vent hood is
installed before the cooktop or countertop below
is installed.
Accessory Duct Cover
•All models are shipped with a duct cover for
ceiling heights of 7′ 11″ to 9′.
ZX92510 accessory 36-3/4″ duct cover is
available to reach 9′ 1″ to 10′ 1″ ceiling heights.
The accessory should be ordered with the hood
and be on site before final framing and wall
finishing.
WARNING:
The improper
connection of 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.
AVERTISSEMENT :
Le mauvais branchement du fil de mise
à la terre peut causer un choc électrique.
En cas de doute, consultez un électricien qualifié
ou un technicien pour déterminer si l’appareil est
à la terre.
4
Advance Planning
DUCT FITTINGS
Use this chart to compute
maximum permissible lengths for
duct runs to outdoors.
NOTE: Do not exceed maximum
permissible equivalent lengths!
Maximum duct length:
100 foot for 8″ round duct
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.
This Hood Must Use an
8″ Round Duct.
Duct Piece
Dimensions
Round,
straight
Equivalent
Length*
1 ft.
(per foot
length)
3-1/4″ x 12″
3-1/4″ x 24″
straight
1 ft.
(per foot
length)
8″ round
90° elbow
17 ft.
8″ round
45° elbow
10 ft.
3-1⁄4″ x 12″
90° elbow
15 ft.
3-1/4″ x 12″ or
45° elbow
9 ft.
3-1/4″ x 12″
90° flat elbow
36 ft.
8″ round to
3-1/4″ x 12″
or 3-1/4″ x 24″ transition
2 ft.
3-1/4″ x 12″ to 8″
round transition
2 ft.
8″ round
to 3-1/4″ x 12″ or
transition 90° elbow
6 ft.
Total
Quantity Equivalent
Used
Length
3-1/4″ x 12″ to 8″ round
round transition 90° elbow 5 ft.
8″ round
wall cap
with damper
24 ft. without damper
32 ft. with damper
3-1/4″ x 12″ wall cap
with damper
19 ft. without damper
26 ft. with damper
8″ round
roof cap
44 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.
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Total Duct Run
Installation Preparation
Possible Hood
Mounting
Ceiling
Installation
Frame
Trim Piece
Height Height (inches) Height (inches) Needed
7′ 11″
26
30 1/2
A
8′
27
30 1/2
A
8′ 1″
24
34 1/2
B
8′ 1″
28
30 1/2
A
8′ 2″
25
34 1/2
B
8′ 2″
29
30 1/2
A
8′ 3″
26
34 1/2
B
8′ 3″
30
30 1/2
A
8′ 4″
27
34 1/2
B
8′ 5″
24
38 1/2
C
8′ 5″
28
34 1/2
B
8′ 6″
25
38 1/2
C
8′ 6″
29
34 1/2
B
8′ 7″
26
38 1/2
C
8′ 7″
30
34 1/2
B
8′ 8″
27
38 1/2
C
8′ 9″
24
42 1/2
D
8′ 9″
28
38 1/2
C
8′ 10″
25
42 1/2
D
8′ 10″
29
38 1/2
C
8′ 11″
26
42 1/2
D
8′ 11″
30
38 1/2
C
9′
27
42 1/2
D
ZX92510 Accessory Duct Cover
9′ 1″
24
46 1/2
E
9′ 1″
28
42 1/2
D
9′ 2″
25
46 1/2
E
9′ 2″
29
42 1/2
D
9′ 3″
26
46 1/2
E
9′ 3″
30
42 1/2
D
9′ 4″
27
46 1/2
E
9′ 5″
24
50 1/2
F
9′ 5″
28
46 1/2
E
9′ 6″
25
50 1/2
F
9′ 6″
29
46 1/2
E
9′ 7″
26
50 1/2
F
9′ 7″
30
46 1/2
E
9′ 8″
27
50 1/2
F
9′ 9″
24
54 1/2
G
9′ 9″
28
50 1/2
F
9′ 10″
25
54 1/2
G
9′ 10″
29
50 1/2
F
9′ 11″
26
54 1/2
G
9′ 11″
30
50 1/2
F
10′
27
54 1/2
G
10′ 1″
28
54 1/2
G
DETERMINE INSTALLATION HEIGHT
• Decorative duct covers are provided to conceal
the ductwork running to the ceiling.
• This hood can be installed for recirculating
operation. No kits required.
The hood installation height, from the cooking
surface to the bottom of the hood, depends upon
ceiling height.
For optimum performance, the hood must be 24″
min. and 30″ max. above the cooking surface.
Use the chart on this page to accurately determine
installation height and support frame adjustment,
and to select the correct size top trim piece (A, B, C
or D).
D
C
B
A
ZX92510 Accessory Duct cover includes a 36-3/4″
long duct cover and 3 sets of duct cover top trim
pieces labeled E, F, G.
6
Installation Preparation
TOOLS AND MATERIALS REQUIRED
3/8″ swivel
socket or pivoting
hex socket with 6″
extensions
(NOT SUPPLIED)
Duct tape
Hammer
Wire cutter/stripper
Key hole saw
Pencil and tape measure
Electric or battery-operated drill
and 3/16″ bits, Phillips and flat
blade screwdriver bits.
8″ round metal
duct, length to
suit installation.
Safety glasses
Wire nuts
Spirit level
Flashlight
Saber saw
or sawsall
Phillips and flat blade
screwdrivers
Strain relief for
junction cover.
Step ladder
120V 60Hz. 15 or 20 Amp,
2-wire with ground. properly
grounded branch circuit.
Carpenter’s square
Pliers
Metal snips
REMOVE THE PACKAGING
CAUTION:
LIFT THE HOOD OUT OF THE BOX
BY THE CENTER METAL PORTION. DO NOT LIFT BY THE
GLASS SIDES.
PRUDENCE :
LEVEZ LA HOTTE À
L’EXTÉRIEUR DE LA BOÎTE PAR LA PORTION MÉTAL
CENTRAL. NE LEVEZ PAS PAR LES CÔTÉS DE VERRE.
CAUTION: Wear gloves to protect against
sharp edges.
• Grasp the hood by the metal insert in the center
and lift straight up and out of the box.
• Remove and properly discard the plastic wrapping.
• Remove parts box, duct covers and other
packaging.
PRUDENCE :
Portez des gants pour éviter
les blessures causées par les tranchants.
7
Installation Preparation
PARTS PROVIDED
Locate the parts packed with the hood.
Stainless steel filter
Air deflector for
recirculating installation
1 charcoal filter for
recirculating installation
HARDWARE PACKAGE
Locate and check
contents. Screws
shown actual size.
Duct cover trim pieces
2 each of 4 sizes
6 ceiling
mounting
screws
42 screws total:
• 24 support frame
screws
• 10 hood attachment
screws
• 2 upper duct cover
attachment screws
• 4 recirculating
deflector screws
• 2 duct cover bracket
attachment screws
12 sheet
metal
screws
12 cage
nuts
2 Duct cover
brackets
Drill 3/16″
Pilot Holes
Approx. 1-1/2″
Deep
Telescoping support
frame
2 thumb
screws
Cut a 1″ Dia.
Wire Access
Hole
10-1/16″ to
Centerline
of Holes
Drill 3/16″
Pilot Holes
Approx. 1-1/2″
Deep
7-1/16″ to
Centerline
of Holes
24-3/4″
23-1/4″
81/2
″
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36″ Hood
Template
Cut a 1″ Dia.
Wire Access
Hole
7-1/16″ to
Centerline
of Holes
FRONT OF HOOD
Decorative duct covers
(14″ wide, 12-3/16″ deep when
assembled)
Template
8
Installation Preparation
CONSTRUCT CEILING SUPPORT
• The hood should extend beyond the front and rear
edge of the cooking appliance.
• The duct in the ceiling must be centered over the
cooktop.
Plan the Location of the Hood and Ductwork
• Use a plumb bob to check the location. The
countertop/cooktop below the hood must be
centered with the hood.
Ceiling
Hood
ducting
centerline
Front
13-3/4″
Cooktop
27-9/16″
Align with
center of
cooktop
Countertop
Side view
Ceiling Support Structure
• At the hood location, install 2 x 4 cross framing
between ceiling joists as shown. (2x4’s are required
to support the weight of the hood.)
10-1/16″
Install cross-framing
symmetrically over
duct/cooktop
centerline
EXAMPLE A
16″ joist
spacing
• Arrange cross framing in the ceiling to suit the
existing structure.
• Your ceiling joists will be like one of the following
examples.
7-1/16″
8” duct
2x4 cross
framing
Align duct
to center of
cooktop
Top view – ceiling joists parallel to front of hood
Front
of
hood
9
Cooktop
outline
Installation Preparation
CONSTRUCT CEILING SUPPORT
CONTINUED
EXAMPLE B
10-1/16″ install
cross-framing
symmetrically over
duct/cooktop
centerline
16″ joist
spacing
7-1/16″
2x4 cross
framing
8″ duct
Front
of
hood
Align duct
to center of
cooktop
Cooktop
outline
Top view – ceiling joists run perpendicular to front of hood
EXAMPLE C
10-1/16″ install cross-framing
symmetrically over duct/cooktop
centerline
2x4 cross
framing
7-1/16″
8″ duct
16″ joist
spacing
Front
of
hood
Align duct
to center of
cooktop
Cooktop
outline
Top view – ceiling joists at angle to front of hood
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Installation Preparation
CONSTRUCT CEILING SUPPORT
CONTINUED
2 x 42xmin.
4 Min.
cross
Crossframing
Framing
• Secure each 2 x 4 block with at least four (4), #10
wood screws, 3″ long (not supplied). Use 8 wood
screws total for the two supports.
• The cross framing must be accurately aligned
to assure correct positioning of the hood.
• The cross framing must be level in all directions.
Check with a spirit level and adjust if necessary.
IMPORTANT: The ceiling structure must be capable
of supporting the weight of the hood (approximately
200 pounds) and any inadvertent user contact loads.
The hood support frame will be supported by the
2 x 4 cross framing.
Ceiling
Ceiling
Joist
joist
7-1/16″
7-1/16"
10-1/16″
10-3/4
Height
Height
adjustment
Adjustment
Screwscrews
Holes
Ductwork for Installations Vented to the Outdoors
• Use the shortest and straightest duct route possible.
For satisfactory performance, duct run should not
exceed 100 feet equivalent length for any duct
configuration.
• Refer to “Duct Fittings” chart to compute the
maximum permissible length for duct runs to
the outdoors.
• This vent hood must use 8″ round rigid duct.
• Install the house ductwork to run horizontally
between ceiling joists or straight up through
the roof.
CeilingJoint
joist
Ceiling
8″
10"
Duct
Duct
2x4
2x4
Vent
Ventstraight
Straight up
Up
Throughthe
Theceiling
Ceiling
through
Finish the Ceiling
• Finish the ceiling surface. Be sure to mark location
of the ceiling joists and cross framing. Check to be
sure the ceiling is level; use shims if necessary.
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Installation Instructions
INSTALLATION—VENTED TO THE OUTSIDE
STEP 1 MOUNT TEMPLATE
Drill 3/16″
Pilot Holes
Approx. 1-1/2″
Deep
• Align the template with the marks on the ceiling
and tape in place.
– Be sure the template is oriented correctly
with the front of the hood.
• Use a plumb bob to be sure the mounting holes
will provide parallel alignment with the countertop
below.
• Center punch all hole locations.
• Drill pilot holes in the 4 screw locations. Use a 3/16″
bit and drill approximately 1-1/2″ deep.
• Drive 4 hex head wood screws into the center of
the ceiling joists and cross framing. Leave a 1/4″
gap to allow the screw head to engage the keyhole
slots on the support frames.
• Cut the 8-1/2″ duct opening through the sheet rock.
Cut a 1″ Dia.
Wire Access
Hole
10-1/16″ to
Centerline
of Holes
Drill 3/16″
Pilot Holes
Approx. 1-1/2″
Deep
7-1/16″ to
Centerline
of Holes
81/2
″
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36″ Hood
Template
Cut a 1″ Dia.
Wire Access
Hole
7-1/16″ to
Centerline
of Holes
FRONT OF HOOD
1/4" Gap
STEP 2 ADJUST FRAME HEIGHT
•Measure exact ceiling height.
•Find the exact frame height
required on the chart on page 6.
Frame
•Remove 2 screws on each of the
height
4 sides of the frame to loosen the
2-3/4″
upper structure, lower structure
and blower/motor.
•Adjust the height “X”, according to
the chart on page 6. Use a total of
32 screws (8 screws on each side)
to secure the upper structure,
lower structure and blower/
motor together.
24″ min.
30″ max.
Ceiling
height
X
36″ min.
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Installation Instructions
INSTALLATION—VENTED TO THE OUTSIDE
STEP 3 CUT DUCT TO LENGTH FOR
VENTED INSTALLATION
• Measure from
house duct to
exhaust opening.
• Cut the 8″ duct
length to size.
• Slip duct over the
exhaust opening.
• Seal the connection Frame
height
with duct tape.
STEP 5 INSTALL HOOD ATTACHMENT
SCREWS
House
duct
Duct
Duct
length
Install 4
attachment
screws
• Install 4 hood attachment screws in the bottom
of the support as shown. Leave 1/4″ gap between
screw head and support flange.
STEP 4 INSTALL THE SUPPORT FRAME
• Raise the support toward
the ceiling.
• Thread the house wiring
through one of the large
holes, preferably on the
left side.
• Carefully engage the
ceiling mounting screws
to the keyhole slots AND
the house duct in the top
of the frame.
• Tighten the 4 mounting
screws against the frame.
• Install 2 safety screws.
• Use duct tape to seal the
duct connection at the top.
Duct
Safety
screws
Keyhole
slots
House
wiring
Keyhole
slots
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Installation Instructions
INSTALLATION—VENTED TO THE OUTSIDE
STEP 7 CONNECT CABLES
STEP 6 MOUNT THE HOOD
ONTO THE SUPPORT
WARNING: Two people are
required to lift and position the hood onto
the support.
AVERTISSEMENT : Il faut
Retainer
clip
deux personnes pour lever et mettre en
place a hotte sur le support de montage.
To lights
To control
panel
• Join the two cable connectors at the front of the
hood. Secure the cables behind the retainer clip.
• Lift the hood to the bottom of the support,
engaging the keyhole slots to the 4 mounting
screws.
• Tighten the 4 mounting screws.
Install
6 screws
• Install 6 additional screws as shown.
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Installation Instructions
INSTALLATION—VENTED TO THE OUTSIDE
STEP 8 CONNECT ELECTRICAL
• Remove junction box cover and knockout on the
left side.
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
aluminum-to-copper connectors.
Knockout
J-Box
cover
AVERTISSEMENT :
Si la maison n’est pas câblee avec deux fils et un
fil de terre, l’installateur doit installer un fil de terre.
Quand les fils sont en aluminium, il faut prendre soin
d’utiliser des connecteurs aluminium à cuivre avec
une pâte antioxydante approuvée par U.L.
• Secure the house wiring to the junction box with
a strain relief.
House wiring
J-Box
cover
• Connect white leads to branch circuit white lead.
• Connect black leads to branch circuit black lead.
• Connect green/yellow leads to branch circuit green
lead or bare ground lead.
• Secure all connections with wire nuts on each
electrical connector.
• Push wires into junction box and replace cover.
Be sure wires are not pinched.
• Secure J-Box cover with original screw.
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Installation Instructions
INSTALLATION—VENTED TO THE OUTSIDE
STEP 9 PREPARE THE DUCT COVERS
STEP 10 INSTALL UPPER DUCT COVER
• Remove the plastic protective covering on all
duct pieces.
• Install 3 cage nuts on each inside section of
the top duct cover. The cage nuts fit into the
rectangular slots, clips facing outward.
• Install 3 cage nuts on each side of the lower
duct covers.
• Place the tall duct covers onto the top of the
hood. This section has venting holes on one end.
NOTE: If you are installing this hood for
recirculating operation, place the duct covers
onto the hood with the venting slots at the top.
If the hood is vented to the outside, the holes
should be positioned on the bottom.
• Secure the sides with 6 screws installed through
the cage nuts.
Rectangular
slots
Nut
Plan
diagram
Top
sections
Top
sections
• Raise the assembled duct covers to the top,
against the ceiling.
• Match mounting holes, one on each side. Install
screws through the duct and into the support.
Support
frame
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Installation Instructions
INSTALLATION—VENTED TO THE OUTSIDE
STEP 12 INSTALL DUCT COVER TRIM
STEP 11 INSTALL LOWER DUCT COVER
Front bottom duct cover section
(snap into place and secure with
6 screws – 3 per side)
Side
bracket
Upper
trim
strip
Plan diagram
top view
Lower
trim strip
Upper
trim
strip
Lower
trim
strip
• Install side brackets to secure the lower duct
tightly against the upper duct.
• Hold lower trim strips (narrow pieces) with hooks
facing down. Place the hooks inside the slots and
slide downward.
• Select the correct size upper trim strips and press
into place.
Front bottom duct
cover sections
STEP 13 INSTALL METAL FILTER
IMPORTANT: Check to be sure that the main
ON/OFF switch next to the motor is in the ON
position.
Filter lock
• Place rear duct cover onto the hood.
• Place front duct cover onto the hood.
• Secure the duct covers with 6 screws.
• Tip the filter into the left or right side of the
opening. Lift the filter to the opposite side and
into the filter lock.
• To remove the filter, pull the filter lock downward.
STEP 14 FINALIZE INSTALLATION
• Remove all tape and packing material.
• Refer to the Owner’s Manual for operating instructions.
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Installation Instructions
INSTALLATION—RECIRCULATING
STEP 1 MOUNT TEMPLATE
Drill 3/16″
Pilot Holes
Approx. 1-1/2″
Deep
• Align the template with the marks on the ceiling
and tape in place.
– Be sure the template is oriented correctly
with the front of the hood.
• Use a plumb bob to be sure the mounting holes
will provide parallel alignment with the countertop
below.
• Center punch all hole locations.
• Drill pilot holes in the 4 screw locations. Use a 3/16″
bit and drill approximately 1-1/2″ deep.
• Drive 4 hex head wood screws into the center of
the ceiling joists and cross framing. Leave a 1/4″
gap to allow the screw head to engage the keyhole
slots on the support frames.
Cut a 1″ Dia.
Wire Access
Hole
10-1/16″ to
Centerline
of Holes
Drill 3/16″
Pilot Holes
Approx. 1-1/2″
Deep
7-1/16″ to
Centerline
of Holes
81/2
″
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36″ Hood
Template
Cut a 1″ Dia.
Wire Access
Hole
7-1/16″ to
Centerline
of Holes
FRONT OF HOOD
NOTE: Do not cut the
duct opening shown
on the template for this
recirculating installation.
1/4" Gap
STEP 2 ADJUST FRAME HEIGHT
•Measure exact ceiling height.
•Find the exact frame height
required on the chart on page 6.
Frame
•Place the support on a work
height
surface. Remove 2 screws on each
2-3/4″
of the 4 sides of the frame to
loosen the upper structure, lower
structure and blower/motor.
•Adjust the height “X”, according
to the chart on page 6.
•Use a marker pen to indicate
where screw holes should align
in the assembled upper, lower
and blower/motor pieces.
24″ min.
30″ max.
36″ min.
Mark
Ceiling each
height piece to
indicate
where
screw
holes
align.
NOTE: Low ceilings may require that the
lower portion of the support frame be removed.
The upper support frame may be secured
directly to the blower/motor. Refer to the
chart on page 6 for your ceiling height and
to be sure the duct cover trim piece will fit.
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X
Installation Instructions
INSTALLATION—RECIRCULATING
STEP 3 INSTALL AIR DEFLECTOR,
CUT DUCT FOR RECIRCULATING
OPERATION
STEP 4 INSTALL UPPER SUPPORT FRAME
• Raise the upper support
toward the ceiling.
• Thread the house wiring
through one of the large
holes, preferably on the
left side.
• Carefully engage the
ceiling mounting screws
to the keyhole slots in
the top of the frame.
• Tighten the 4 mounting
screws against the frame.
• Install 2 safety screws.
• Temporarily, slide the
air deflector into the
support frame.
FRONT
Keyhole
slots
• Measure duct length
between the deflector and
over the exhaust opening.
• Cut duct piece to length
and set aside.
Safety
screws
Duct
length
House
wiring
FRONT
• Slide air deflector into
the support frame.
• Secure the deflector
to the support with
4 screws.
• Install the duct
piece to the
bottom of the
deflector and seal
the connection
with duct tape.
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Keyhole
slots
Installation Instructions
INSTALLATION—RECIRCULATING
STEP 5 INSTALL LOWER STRUCTURE
TO UPPER STRUCTURE
STEP 6 INSTALL BLOWER/MOTOR
• Raise the blower/motor
piece toward the
assembled frame.
• Carefully raise the motor
to the marked reference
point while making sure
the duct piece slips over
the blower outlet flange.
• Secure the blower/motor
to the frame using 16
screws, 4 on each side.
• Use tape to seal the duct
connection.
• Slide lower frame into
the upper frame. Match
the marked alignment
holes.
• Secure the upper and
lower frame with 16
screws, 4 on each side
of the frame.
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Installation Instructions
INSTALLATION—RECIRCULATING
STEP 9 CONNECT CABLES
STEP 7 INSTALL HOOD ATTACHMENT
SCREWS
Install 4
attachment
screws
Retainer
clip
To lights
• Install 4 hood attachment screws in the bottom
of the support as shown. Leave 1/4″ gap between
screw head and support flange.
To control
panel
• Join the two cable connectors at the front of the
hood. Secure the cables behind the retainer clip.
STEP 8 MOUNT THE HOOD
ONTO THE SUPPORT
WARNING: Two people are
required to lift and position the hood onto
the support.
AVERTISSEMENT :
Il faut
deux personnes pour lever et mettre en
place a hotte sur le support de montage.
• Lift the hood to the bottom
of the support, engaging
the keyhole slots to the 4
mounting screws.
• Tighten the
4 mounting screws.
Install 6 screws
• Install 6 additional screws as shown.
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Installation Instructions
INSTALLATION—RECIRCULATING
STEP 10 CONNECT ELECTRICAL
• Remove junction box cover and knockout on the
left side.
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
aluminum-to-copper connectors.
Knockout
J-Box
cover
AVERTISSEMENT :
Si la maison n’est pas câblee avec deux fils et un
fil de terre, l’installateur doit installer un fil de terre.
Quand les fils sont en aluminium, il faut prendre soin
d’utiliser des connecteurs aluminium à cuivre avec
une pâte antioxydante approuvée par U.L.
• Secure the house wiring to the junction box with
a strain relief.
House wiring
J-Box
cover
• Connect white leads to branch circuit white lead.
• Connect black leads to branch circuit black lead.
• Connect green/yellow leads to branch circuit green
lead or bare ground lead.
• Secure all connections with wire nuts on each
electrical connector.
• Push wires into junction box and replace cover.
Be sure wires are not pinched.
• Secure J-Box cover with original screw.
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Installation Instructions
INSTALLATION—RECIRCULATING
STEP 11 PREPARE THE DUCT COVERS
STEP 12 INSTALL UPPER DUCT COVER
• Remove the plastic protective covering on all duct
pieces.
• Install 3 cage nuts on each inside section of
the top duct cover. The cage nuts fit into the
rectangular slots, clips facing outward.
• Install 3 cage nuts on each side of the lower
duct covers.
• Place the tall duct covers onto the top of the
hood. This section has venting holes on one end.
NOTE: If you are installing this hood for
recirculating operation, place the duct covers
onto the hood with the venting slots at the top.
If the hood is vented to the outside, the holes
should be positioned on the bottom.
• Secure the sides with 6 screws installed through
the cage nuts.
Rectangular
slots
Nut
Plan
diagram
Top
sections
Top
sections
• Raise the assembled duct covers to the top,
against the ceiling.
• Match mounting holes, one on each side. Install
screws through the duct and into the support.
Support
frame
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Installation Instructions
INSTALLATION—RECIRCULATING
STEP 14 INSTALL DUCT COVER TRIM
STEP 13 INSTALL LOWER DUCT COVER
Front bottom duct cover section
(snap into place and secure with
6 screws – 3 per side)
Side
bracket
Plan diagram
top view
Lower
trim strip
Upper
trim
strip
Upper
trim
strip
Lower
trim
strip
• Install side brackets to secure the lower duct
tightly against the upper duct.
• Hold lower trim strips (narrow pieces) with hooks
facing down. Place the hooks inside the slots and
slide downward.
• Select the correct size upper trim strips and press
into place.
Front bottom duct
cover sections
• Place rear duct cover onto the hood.
• Place front duct cover onto the hood.
• Secure the duct covers with 6 screws.
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Installation Instructions
INSTALLATION—RECIRCULATING
STEP 15 INSTALL FILTERS
STEP 16 FINALIZE INSTALLATION
IMPORTANT: Check to be sure that the main
ON/OFF switch next to the motor is in the ON
position.
Charcoal filter
• Remove all tape and packing material.
• Refer to the Owner’s Manual for operating instructions.
• Install the black charcoal filter into the center
opening. Secure the filter with thumbscrews on
each side.
Metal filter
Filter lock
• Tip the filter into the left or right side of the
opening. Lift the filter to the opposite side and
into the filter lock.
• To remove the filter, pull the filter lock downward.
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Notes
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Notes
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Note: While performing installations described in this book,
safety glasses or goggles should be worn.
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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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General Electric Company
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