Monogram | ZTD910 | Installation Guide

Installation Preparation
ADVANCE PLANNING
INSTALLATION OPTIONS
• Refer to “Installation Preparation” for
information on appropriate placement and
necessary clearances when planning
installation.
Cooktop and ZVB36 Downdraft Vent Combination
Installation
These cooktops may be installed with a 36″
Monogram Downdraft Vent, model ZVB36.
See page 12 for cutout and clearances.
• Avoid placing cabinetry directly above cooktop
when possible.
– The countertop must have a deep flat surface to
accommodate the combined installation of the
cooktop and vent.
• If cabinetry is used above cooking surface:
– Use cabinets no more than 13″ deep.
– The downdraft vent with blower, motor and
ductwork will occupy the base cabinet.
– Maintain 30″ minimum clearance between
cooktop and unprotected cabinets directly
above cooktop.
– Consideration must be given to electrical and gas
supply locations. See page 8.
– If clearance is less than 30″, protect cabinet
bottoms with flame-retardant millboard at
least 1/4″ thick, or gypsum board at least
3/16″ thick, covered with 28 gauge sheet
steel or .02″ thick copper.
– Read the Downdraft Vent Installation Instructions
packed with the product, or to review ahead of
time, order Pub. No. 49-80185.
Cooktop and ZTD910 or ZKD910 Warming Drawer
Combination Installation
– Clearance between cooktop and protected
cabinetry must not be less than 24″.
These cooktops may be installed over a Monogram
30″ or 27″ Warming Drawer, model ZTD910 or
ZKD910. See page 13 for cutout and clearances.
– An exhaust hood that projects at least 5″
beyond front of cabinets can reduce risk
of burns caused by reaching over heated
surface units.
– Consideration must be given to electrical and gas
supply locations. See page 8.
– Working areas adjacent to the cooktop
should have 18″ minimum clearance between
countertop and cabinet bottom.
– Read the Warming Drawer Installation
Instructions packed with the product, or to review
ahead of time, order Pub. No. 49-8937.
• A 36″ or wider exhaust hood with 350 CFM or
greater airflow rating is recommended for use
over this Monogram cooktop.
Cooktop and ZET1 or ZET938 Single Oven
Combination Installation
These cooktops may be installed over a Monogram
30″ Oven, model ZET1 or ZET938. See page 14 for
cutout and clearances.
• Installation must conform with local codes.
In the absence of local codes, the gas cooktop
must comply with the National Fuel Gas Code,
ANSI Z223.1, latest edition.
– Consideration must be given to electrical and gas
supply locations. See page 8.
• Gas supply should be located near the opening
for this cooktop (see Preparing the Opening and
Gas Connection sections of this manual). The
supply should provide natural gas at 7″ of water
column pressure (11″ of water column for LP
gas) and a maximum of 14″ of water column
for natural or LP gas.
– Read the 30″ Oven Installation Instructions
packed with the product, or to review ahead of
time, order Pub. No. 31-10633.
Installation Above Cabinet Drawers
• When installing the cooktop above a base
cabinet with drawers, it may be necessary to
use a shorter depth (front to back) drawer to
allow clearance for the gas connection.
• The electric spark ignition feature for this
model requires a 120V electrical power supply
be located in the immediate vicinity of this
cooktop (see Electrical Connections section
of this manual).
WB28T10185 High Altitude Kit
For operation above 5,000 feet, order
WB28T10185 Conversion Kit. This kit includes
orifices for both LP and Natural gas operation.
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Installation Preparation
DIMENSIONS AND CLEARANCES
1. Overall cooktop dimensions:
3. Make sure the wall coverings, countertop and
cabinets around the cooktop can withstand heat
(up to 200°F) generated by the cooktop.
36-3/4″
21-3/16″
deep at
center
13″ max.
3-3/4″
36″
min.
2. Use a 36″ or wider base cabinet.
• Cut the opening in the countertop. To ensure
accuracy, it is best to make a template for the
opening. Make sure the sides of the opening are
parallel and the rear and front cuts are exactly
perpendicular to the sides.
• Observe all minimum clearances.
12″ min.
from cutout
to side wall
3-3/8″ min.
from cutout
to rear vertical
combustibles
12″ min.
from cutout
to side wall
19-1/8″
33-7/8″
2-1/2″ min.
from cutout
to front of
countertop
36″ or wider
cabinet base
recommended
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18″ min. 30″ min.
Installation Preparation
POWER SUPPLY LOCATIONS
Install a manual shut-off valve in the gas line in an
easily accessible location outside the cooktop. Be
sure you know how and where to shut off the gas
supply to the cooktop. Install the electrical outlet
12″ below the countertop.
Gas supply:
These cooktops are shipped from the factory set
for either natural gas or LP gas. Check to be sure
you have the correct cooktop for the type of gas
being used.
Electrical supply:
This cooktop features pilotless electric ignition for
energy savings and reliability. It operates on a 120 volt,
60 Hz power supply. A separate circuit, protected by a
15 amp time delay fuse or circuit breaker, is required.
• The pressure regulator must be connected in series
with the manifold of the cooktop and must remain
in series with the supply line regardless of type of
gas being used.
• The natural gas model is designed to operate at
5″ water column pressure. A regulator is required
at the natural gas source to provide a minimum
of 6″ water column to the cooktop regulator.
Optional Combination Installations
This cooktop may be installed in combination
with a ZVB36 Monogram Downdraft Vent, a ZET1
or ZET938 Single Oven or a ZTD910 or ZKD910
Warming Drawer.
• The gas and electrical supply must be located
where it will not interfere with vent housing, the
oven or the warming drawer. Review pages 12
to 14 for additional installation requirements.
• The liquid propane model is designed to operate at
10″ water column pressure. A regulator is required
at the LP source to provide a minimum of 11″ water
column to the cooktop regulator.
• Maximum inlet pressure for the regulator supplied
with the cooktop is 14″ water column regardless of
the gas being used.
• A properly-grounded 3-prong receptacle should
be located within reach of the cooktop’s four-foot
power cord.
For ease of installation, and if local codes permit,
the gas supply line into the cooktop should be 1/2″
or 3/4″ ID flexible metal appliance connector, three
to five feet long.
IMPORTANT: (Please read carefully). FOR PERSONAL
SAFETY, THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE PROPERLY
GROUNDED.
NOTE: Purchase new flexible line. DO NOT USE OLD,
PREVIOUSLY USED FLEXIBLE LINE.
• The power cord of this appliance is equipped with
a three-prong (grounding) plug which mates with a
standard three-prong grounding wall receptacle to
minimize the possibility of electric shock hazard
from this appliance.
• Make gas connection through rear wall, or on
cabinet floor at rear, as illustrated.
1. Install the house gas supply at least 1″ from
the back wall.
• The customer should have the wall receptacle and
circuit checked by a qualified electrician to make sure
the receptacle is properly grounded and has correct
polarity.
2. Locate the electrical outlet 12″ below the
countertop.
• Where a standard two-prong wall receptacle is
encountered, it is the personal responsibility and
obligation of the customer to have it replaced with
a properly grounded three-prong wall receptacle.
12”
Do Not, Under Any Circumstances, Cut Or Remove
The Third (Ground) Prong From The Power Cord.
Gas
supply
line
Do not use an extension cord.
1”
min.
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Installation Instructions
1 INSTALL THE COOKTOP
2 INSTALL PRESSURE REGULATOR
(cont.)
A. Remove the screws on the sides of the cooktop
burner box. Use those screws to attach the side
mounting brackets.
C. Before testing for leaks, make sure all burner
knobs are in the OFF position.
B. Insert the cooktop centered into the cutout
opening. Make sure the front edge of the
countertop is parallel to the cooktop.
After connecting the cooktop to gas, check
system for leaks with a manometer. If a manometer
is not available, turn the gas supply on to the
cooktop and use a liquid leak detector at all
joints and connections to check for leaks.
Tighten all connections if necessary to prevent gas
leakage in the cooktop or supply line.
Check clearances at the front, back and sides.
Cooktop
WARNING:
Do not use a flame to
check for leaks.
Disconnect the cooktop and its individual shut-off
valve from the gas supply piping system during any
pressure testing of that system at test pressures
greater than 1/2 psig (3.5 kPa).
Isolate the cooktop from the gas supply piping
system by closing its individual shut-off valve during
any pressure testing of the gas supply system at
test pressures equal to or less than 1/2 psig (3.5 kPa).
Secure the hold-down bracket to the cabinet
sides with screws.
2 INSTALL PRESSURE REGULATOR
WARNING:
Never reuse old flexible
connectors. The use of old flexible connectors can
cause gas leaks and personal injury. Always use
new flexible connectors when installing a gas
appliance.
3 CONNECT ELECTRICAL
• Check to be sure the receptacle is properly
grounded.
To reduce the possibility of gas leaks, apply teflon
tape or a thread compound approved for use with
LP or Natural gases to all threaded connections.
• Plug in the power cord.
A. Screw the regulator onto the burner box
bottom pipe connection. Make sure the top of
the regulator is facing toward the cabinet front,
and the arrow on the back of the regulator
points to the cooktop.
To cooktop
Rear view
of
regulator
(note
direction
of arrow)
Pressure
regulator
Shut-off
valve
Electrical outlet 12″
below countertop
B. Complete the connection between the regulator
and the shut-off valve.
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Installation Options
COOKTOP INSTALLATION WITH A
36″ MONOGRAM DOWNDRAFT VENT,
MODEL ZVB36
COOKTOP REQUIREMENTS
The countertop must have a deep flat surface to
accommodate the cooktop and vent. Countertops
with a rolled front edge and backsplash will not
provide the flat surface area required.
The installation of the downdraft vent with
this cooktop requires careful consideration.
Both the cooktop and the vent must be installed
according to each specific installation instruction.
For accurate planning, review the Downdraft
Vent Installation Instructions in advance;
order Pub. No. 49-80185.
• Review the illustration to determine the countertop
surface requirements.
– All cutout clearances for this installation must be
observed.
36-3/4″
3/8″
3/8″
1/8″
gap
21-11/16″
cutout
depth
34″ cooktop and
vent area cutout
7/16″ cooktop overlap
(1-1/4″ at center)
Front edge of countertop
3-3/8″ min. cooktop
cutout to rear vertical
combustible surface
23-5/16″
total flat
surface
required at
center
2-1/2″ min. clearance
to cutout
12″ min. cutout to
wall, both sides
BASE CABINET REQUIREMENTS
POWER SUPPLY
The combined installation will fit in a standard
24″ deep base cabinet. Use a 36″ or wider base
cabinet.
If local codes permit, the vent and cooktop may
operate from the same 120V, 15 amp duplex outlet.
Locate the gas and electrical supply as shown on
page 8.
– The vent housing, blower and ductwork will
occupy the base cabinet.
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Installation Options
COOKTOP INSTALLATION OVER A
MONOGRAM WARMING DRAWER,
MODEL ZTD910 OR ZKD910
These cooktops may be installed over a 30″
or 27″ Warming Drawer. Both the cooktop and
the warming drawer must be installed according to
each specific installation instruction. For accurate
planning, review the Warming Drawer Installation
Instructions in advance; order Pub. No. 49-8937.
POWER SUPPLY:
If local codes permit, the cooktop and warming
drawer may operate from the same 120V duplex
outlet. Refer to installation instructions for details.
Install 2x4 or 2x2 anti-tip block against
rear cabinet wall 9″ from cutout floor
to bottom of block
Cooktop 33-7/8″
1-1/2″ cabinet top
25″
19-1/8″
2-1/2″ min.
5-1/2″ min.
9″
A
9-1/4″
36″
countertop
height
ZTD910
ZKD910
23-1/2″ min.
Dim. A
28-1/2″
25-1/2″
NOTE: When installing a Monogram Warming Drawer
below a cooktop, a solid barrier must be installed at least
1″ from the lowest point of the bottom of cooktop
burner box to the top of cutout. See Warming Drawer
Installation Instructions for details.
Use a 36″ or wider base cabinet.
• Plan gas supply location carefully to avoid
interference with the warming drawer.
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Installation Options
COOKTOP INSTALLATION OVER
A 30″ MONOGRAM SINGLE OVEN,
MODEL ZET1 OR ZET938
POWER SUPPLY
These cooktops may be installed over the
Monogram ZET1 or ZET938 single oven. Both the
cooktop and the oven must be installed according
to each specific installation instruction. For
accurate planning, review the 30″ Oven Installation
Instructions in advance; order Pub. No. 31-10633.
The oven requires a separate, properly grounded
20 Amp, 3-wire 208 or 240 volt, 60 Hz power supply.
The cooktop requires a separate 120V power supply.
See page 8. Where codes permit, the gas shut-off
valve may be located in an adjacent cabinet or
other easily accessible location.
– Allow 4″ Min. clearance from the top of the
countertop to the top of the oven cutout.
1-1/2″ cabinet top
Cooktop
33-7/8″
25″
19-1/8″
2-1/2″ min.
4″ min.
27-1/4″ min.
28-1/2″ min. 27-5/16″ max.
28-5/8″ max.
36″
countertop
height
23-1/2″ min.
CL
CL
25″
Use two 2x4’s or equivalent runners spaced 25″ centerline
to centerline in the opening and flush with top of toekick.
Or elevate the oven floor to desired height. The support must
be level, rigidly mounted and capable of supporting 200 lbs.
Use a 36″ or wider base cabinet.
• For best appearance, the cooktop should be
centered over the oven.
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