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Dacor ER36D-C Specifications
Installation Instructions
Renaissance ® Range
For use with models ER36D, ER36D-C, ER48D, ER48D-C
THIS APPLIANCE HAS BEEN TESTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE LATEST EDITION
OF ANSI Z21.1 STANDARD FOR HOUSEHOLD GAS COOKING APPLIANCES.
Part No. 100843 Rev. Y
Table of Contents
Important Safety Instructions...................................................... 1
General Safety Precautions......................................................... 2
Customer Service Information.....................................................3
Planning the Installation............................................................... 4
Electrical Requirements...............................................................4
Electrical Requirements - Canada...............................................4
Gas Supply Requirements........................................................... 4
Product Dimensions.....................................................................5
Cabinet Layout.............................................................................6
Installation Instructions................................................................7
Preparing for Installation.............................................................. 7
Electrical Connection...................................................................8
Gas Connection.........................................................................13
Final Installation.........................................................................14
Installing the Burner Knobs....................................................... 15
Cooktop Assembly.....................................................................16
Verifying Proper Operation........................................................ 17
Installation Checklist..................................................................17
IMPORTANT:
•
Installer: In the interest of safety and to minimize problems, read these installation instructions completely and carefully before you
begin the installation process. Leave these installation instructions with the customer.
•
Customer: Keep these installation instructions for future reference and the local building inspector’s use.
Specifications contained within are subject to change without notice.
No liability is assumed by Dacor® for changes in specifications.
© 2007 Dacor, all rights reserved.
Important Safety Instructions
Important Information About Safety
Instructions
The Important Safety Instructions and warnings in this manual
are not meant to cover all possible problems and conditions
that can occur. Use common sense and caution when installing,
maintaining or operating this or any other appliance.
Always contact the Dacor Customer Service Team about problems
and conditions that you do not understand.
Safety Symbols and Labels
DANGER
WARNING
WARNING – NEVER use this appliance as a space heater
to heat or warm the room. Doing so may result in carbon
monoxide poisoning and overheating of the appliance.
WARNING
NEVER cover any slots, holes or passages on the inside or
outside of the range or cover an entire rack with materials such
as aluminum foil. Doing so blocks air flow through the oven and
may cause carbon monoxide poisoning. Aluminum foil linings
may also trap heat, causing a fire hazard.
Immediate hazards that WILL result in severe personal injury or
death.
WARNING
Hazards or unsafe practices that COULD result in severe
personal injury or death.
CAUTION
Hazards or unsafe practices that COULD result in minor
personal injury or property damage.
WARNING
IMPORTANT: If you smell gas:
•
Do not use or light any appliance.
•
Do not touch any electrical switch or use any electrical
devices, including the telephone, in your building.
•
From a neighbors phone, immediately call the gas supplier.
Follow the gas supplier’s instructions.
•
If you cannot contact the gas supplier, call the fire
department.
WARNING
Tip-over hazard:
•
A child or adult can tip the range and be killed.
•
Attach the anti-tip bracket to the floor as directed in these
installation instructions.
•
Engage the anti-tip bracket by sliding the anti-tip foot on
the range into it according to these installation instructions.
Using a flashlight, be sure that the anti-tip bracket engages
the range’s anti-tip foot as shown below.
•
After moving the range, be sure to re-engage the anti-tip
foot into the anti-tip bracket as shown below.
•
See the anti-tip bracket installation instructions in this guide
for further details.
•
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death or
serious burns to children or adults.
IMPORTANT: Do not store or use combustible, flammable or
explosive vapors and liquids (such as gasoline) inside or in the
vicinity of this or any other appliance. Also keep items that could
explode, such as aerosol cans, away from the burners and the
oven. Do not store flammable or explosive materials in adjacent
cabinets or areas.
IMPORTANT: Child entrapment and suffocation are not
problems of the past. Junked or abandoned appliances are
still dangerous, even if they sit out for “just a few days.” When
taking an appliance out of service, please follow the instructions
below to help
prevent accidents:
•
Take off the door.
•
Leave the racks in place so children cannot easily climb
inside.
•
Cut the prongs off the power cable plug and discard them.
•
Cut the power cable off and discard it separately from the
old appliance.
Anti-tip
bracket
Anti-tip foot
CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNING
The burning of gas cooking fuel generates some by-products
that are on the list of substances which are known by the State
of California to cause cancer or reproductive harm. California
law requires businesses to warn customers of potential
exposure to such substances. To minimize exposure to these
substances, always operate this unit according to the use
and care manual, ensuring you provide good ventilation when
cooking with gas.
READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
1
Important Safety Instructions
General Safety Precautions
To reduce the risk of fire, explosion, electric shock, serious injury or death when installing or using this appliance, follow basic safety
precautions, including the following:
WARNING
2
•
Read the accompanying use and care manual before operating this appliance.
•
Keep packaging materials away from children. Plastic sheets and bags can cause suffocation.
•
If you receive a damaged product, immediately contact your dealer or builder. Do not install or use a damaged appliance.
•
This range must be properly installed and grounded by a qualified installer according to these installation instructions prior to
use. The installer should show the customer the location of the gas shut off valve and the fuse or junction box so that they know
where and how to turn off the gas supply and electric power to the range.
•
Do not install, repair or replace any part of the range unless specifically recommended in the literature accompanying it. A
qualified service technician should perform all other service.
•
Do not connect this range to the gas supply without the supplied gas pressure regulator installed.
•
Before performing any type of service or installation, make sure the gas supply and electric power to the range are turned off.
•
NEVER block or cover any slots, holes or passages anywhere inside the oven or on the outside of the range or cover an
oven rack with materials such as aluminum foil. Doing so blocks airflow through the oven and cooktop and may cause carbon
monoxide poisoning or fire. See the Getting to Know Your Range section of the use and care manual for the location of the
various air holes (slots).
•
Only use the range for cooking tasks expected of a home appliance as outlined in the literature accompanying it. This range is
not intended for commercial use.
•
DO NOT TOUCH THE SURFACES OF THE OVEN OR COOKTOP DURING OR IMMEDIATELY AFTER USE.
•
To avoid the possibility of fire, never leave this appliance unattended when the cooktop is in use.
•
Do not climb on any part of the appliance.
•
Do not leave children or pets alone or unattended in the area around the range. Do not allow children to play with the controls,
pull on the handle(s), or touch other parts of the range.
•
Do not store items of interest to children on top of or above the range. Children could be burned or injured while climbing on the
appliance.
•
Do not attempt to use this appliance in the event of a power failure.
•
Clean the cooktop thoroughly before operating it for the first time.
•
Keep flammable items, such as paper, cardboard, plastic and cloth away from the burners and other hot surfaces. Do not place
such items in the oven(s). Do not allow pot holders to touch hot surfaces or gas burners.
•
Do not wear loose or hanging apparel while using the range. Do not allow clothing to come into contact with the interior of the
oven(s) or the cooktop and surrounding areas during and immediately after use.
•
To avoid a fire hazard, do not hang flammable or heat sensitive objects over the range. If the range is near a window, do not use
long curtains as window treatment. The curtains could blow over the cooktop and create a fire hazard.
•
Do not use the oven(s) for storage.
•
Do not touch the burner assembly, grates or surrounding surfaces (including the backguard) or the interior surfaces of the
oven(s) during use. After use, make sure these surfaces have had sufficient time to cool before touching them.
•
Do not touch the outside surfaces of the range during the self-clean cycle. They will be hot. Venting from the oven may cause the
cooktop and backguard to become hot.
•
Make sure that all the cooktop parts are dry before lighting a burner.
•
Turn the knobs to the “OFF” position prior to removing them from the valve stems.
•
The cooktop should never be operated without the knobs and trim rings in place.
•
For your safety, do not use the oven to cook without the convection filter(s) installed. When the filter is not installed, the spinning
fan blades at the back of the oven are exposed.
•
Non-stick coatings, when heated, can be harmful to birds. Remove birds to a separate, well-ventilated room during cooking.
Important Safety Instructions
WARNING
•
To prevent damage, remove the meat probe from the oven(s) when it is not being used.
•
Do not line the oven(s) with aluminum foil or other materials. These items can melt or burn up during self-cleaning and cause
permanent damage to the oven.
•
Do not leave metal objects, such as aluminum foil, the meat probe, cookie sheets, etc. on the bottom of the oven(s). Objects left
on the bottom of the oven could damage the bake element. In addition, the objects themselves could be damaged.
•
On some ovens, the bake and broil elements are behind glass panels on the floor and ceiling of the oven chamber. Do not cover
these glass panels with cookie sheets, aluminum foil, pots, pans, etc. Covering them could cause the heating elements to overheat, damaging the oven.
•
Do not expose the knobs or trim rings to direct flame, hot utensils or other sources of heat.
•
Always ensure that the light fixture lens covers are in place when using the oven(s). The lens covers protect the light bulbs from
breakage caused by high oven temperatures or mechanical shock.
Customer Service Information
If you have questions or problems with installation, contact your
Dacor dealer or the Dacor Customer Service Team. For repairs
to Dacor appliances under warranty call the Dacor Distinctive
Service line. Whenever you call, have the model and serial
number of the appliance ready. The serial number and rating
labels are inside the grate, inside the door.
Dacor Customer Service Team
Phone: (800) 793-0093 ex. 2813 (U.S.A. and Canada)
Monday — Friday 6:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Pacific Time
Web site: www.dacor.com
Dacor Distinctive Service (for repairs under warranty only)
Phone: (800) 793-0093 ex. 2822 (U.S.A. and Canada)
Monday — Friday 6:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Pacific Time
Model and serial
number label located
inside grill
Model Identification
ER36D-C-SCH/NG/H
SIZE (inches)
COUNTRY CODE
C = Equipped for use in Canada
No Character = Equipped for use in U.S.A.
GAS TYPE
NG = Natural Gas
LP = Liquid Petroleum (Propane)
ALTITUDE
H = Equipped for high altitude operation,
4000 ft. (1219 m) and up
No Character = Equipped for low altitude operation
Model and Serial Number Location
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Planning the Installation
Electrical Requirements - Canada
WARNING
IMPORTANT: Observe all governing codes and ordinances
during planning and installation. Contact your local building
department for further information.
Electrical Requirements
IMPORTANT: The information below does not apply to units
equipped for use in Canada.
It is the owner’s responsibility to ensure that the electrical
connection of this appliance is performed by a licensed electrician.
The electrical installation, including minimum supply wire size
and grounding, must be in accordance with the National Electric
Code ANSI/NFPA 70-1993 (or latest revision) and local codes and
ordinances. The standard is available from:
National Fire Protection Association
1 Batterymarch Park
Quincy, Massachusetts 02269-9101
•
The correct voltage, frequency and amperage must be
supplied to the appliance from a separate, grounded, circuit
that is protected by a properly sized circuit breaker or time
delay fuse. If a fuse is utilized, fuse both sides of the line (L1
and L2).
NOMINAL ELECTRIC CIRCUIT REQUIREMENTS - U.S.A.
Range
Model
Circuit Required
Total Connected
Load
ER36D
240 Vac*, 60 Hz, 30 Amp. (Min.)
40 Amp. (Recommended)
6.5 kW (28 Amp.)
ER48D
240 Vac*, 60 Hz, 50 Amp.
10.0 kW (42 Amp.)
* 4-wire, two 120 Vac hot (L1 and L2), one neutral, one ground
The ratings above are for reference only. Refer to the range rating
label for exact specifications (see page 3 for location).
• Consult local building codes for the type and minimum wire
gauge to use for the power requirements listed on the rating
label.
• Suggested wiring color code: Black, white, red and green.
• The wiring needs to be long enough to allow the range
to be pulled out from the wall for service, while remaining
connected. See page 8 for further details.
• The wiring to the range must:
◊ Have a minimum rating of 250 Volts @ 30 Amps for
model ER36D, 250 Volts @ 50 amps for model ER48D
◊ Include a strain relief
◊ Be terminated by tinned leads, closed loop terminals or
open ended spade lugs with upturned ends
• Where local code permits, a three (3) or four (4) wire
appliance cord may be used. The appliance cord must:
◊ Be UL listed type SRD or SRDT
It is the owner’s responsibility to ensure that the required 4 wire
electrical outlet is installed by a licensed electrician as specified
below prior to range installation. The electrical outlet installation,
including minimum supply wire size and grounding, must be in
accordance with all governing codes and ordinances.
•
The correct voltage, frequency and amperage must be
supplied to the appliance from a separate, grounded, circuit
that is protected by a properly sized circuit breaker or time
delay fuse. If a fuse is utilized, fuse both sides of the line (L1
and L2). Refer to the data on the range rating label.
NOMINAL ELECTRIC CIRCUIT REQUIREMENTS - CANADA
Range
Model
Circuit Required
Total Connected
Load
ER36D
240 Vac*, 60 Hz, 30 Amp. (min.)
40 Amp. (Recommended)
6.5 kW (28 Amp.)
ER48D
240 Vac*, 60 Hz, 50 Amp.
10.0 kW (42 Amp.)
* 4-wire, two 120 Vac hot (L1 and L2), one neutral, one ground
The ratings above are for reference only. Refer to the range rating
label for exact specifications (see page 3 for location).
• Freestanding ranges equipped
for use in Canada come prewired with a 4 wire appliance
cord and NEMA 14-50P plug.
•
Do not modify the factory wiring.
The plug is designed to plug
directly into a NEMA 14-50R
electrical receptacle installed by
a licensed electrician according NEMA 14-50R Receptacle
to the above specifications.
Gas Supply Requirements
•
Check your local building codes for the proper method of
installation. In the absence of local codes, this appliance
should be installed in accordance with the National Fuel Gas
Code ANSI Z223.1.
•
Be certain that the appliance being installed is correct for
the gas service provided (natural gas or LP gas). Also, if
operating the range at an altitude above 4000 ft. (1219 m)
make sure it is equipped for high altitude operation. Refer
to the range rating label and the table on page 3 to
determine the correct model.
•
See the table below for gas supply pressure requirements.
•
The regulator inlet accommodates a 3/4” gas line. The range
ships with a 1/2” to 3/4” adapter connected to the regulator.
GAS SUPPLY PRESSURE REQUIREMENTS*
Gas Type
NEMA 14-50P Plug
◊
•
4
NEMA 10-50P Plug
Be equipped with a NEMA 14-50P 4 wire plug or, where
local code permits, a NEMA 10-50P 3 wire plug.
Prior to range installation, have a licensed electrician install a
conduit junction box or electrical receptacle according to the
type of wiring used.
(All units)
Minimum
Manifold Pressure
Minimum Gas
Supply Pressure**
Natural Gas
5” Water Column
6” Water Column
Liquid Propane (LP)
10” Water Column
11” Water Column
* The gas supply pressure for testing the regulator setting shall
be at least 1 inch water column (249 Pa) above the specified
manifold pressure.
** Maximum gas supply pressure for all models: 1/2 psi.
The ratings above are for reference only. Refer to the range rating
label for exact specifications (see page 3 for location).
Planning the Installation
Product Dimensions
Product tolerances: ±1/16” (±1.6 mm)
Gas regulator access,
cover removed
GAS - ELECTRICAL ACCESS DIMENSIONS
Model
A
B
C
D
E*
ER36D
5 5/8”
(14.3 cm)
18 3/8”
(46.7 cm)
10 3/4”
(27.3 cm)
5 5/8”
(14.9 cm)
7/8”
(2.2 cm)
ER48D
3 13/16”
(9.7 cm)
18 11/16”
(47.5 cm)
9 3/8”
(23.8 cm)
5 3/4”
(34.9 cm)
1 1/8”
(2.9 cm)
* The diameter on models equipped for use in Canada is ¼” (6.4 mm)
larger than those stated. Canadian units come from the factory pre-wired
with an appliance cord. When installing an appliance cord on models that
are not pre-wired, the hole size must be increased to 1 1/8” (1 3/8” for
model ER48D) by removing the conduit bracket inside the range electrical
access box.
Range electrical access,
cover removed
Back of range
Inlet
B
D
A
E Electrical connection
hole in bottom
C
48” (121.9 cm)
30 3/4” (78.1 cm)
29 3/8” (74.6 cm)
28 1/4” (71.8 cm)
26 1/8” (66.4 cm)
Front of open door
Front of handle
Front edge of bull nose
Front panel
Rear of front panel/oven door
(22.9 cm)
(5.1 cm)
24” (61.0 cm)
**
(48.3 cm)
(38.7 cm)
(4.0 cm)
(22.9 cm)
**
(7.6 cm)
1 1/16” (2.7 cm) to cooking
surface (top of grates) from
top of trim
Finished side
panel
**
(94.0 cm)
(90.8 cm)
** Optional
Width: ER36D - 35 7/8” (91.1 cm)
ER48D - 47 7/8” (121.6 cm)
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Planning the Installation
Cabinet Layout
Gas and Electrical Service
•
Carefully check the location where the range is to be
installed. For best performance, the range should be placed
away from drafts that may be caused by doors, windows and
heating and air conditioning outlets.
•
To reduce the risk of personal injury and to reduce
accumulated smoke in the room, Dacor strongly recommends
installing a range hood. A range hood should project
horizontally a minimum of 5 inches beyond the face of the
cabinets.
•
•
•
All maximum and minimum dimensions and clearances
shown in the diagrams below must be maintained for safe
operation.
The range may be installed flush to the rear wall. Dacor
strongly recommends installing a non-combustible material
on the rear wall above the range and up to the vent hood or
installation of a backguard. It is not necessary to install noncombustible materials behind the range below the countertop
height.
Any openings in the wall behind the appliance or in the floor
underneath it must be sealed.
•
The shaded area shown denotes the suggested location of
the gas inlet and the electrical junction box/receptacle. For
replacement purposes, the location of the existing utilities
may be utilized provided they do not interfere with the
sides or rear of the range. Check local building codes for
permissible gas valve locations.
•
An external manual shut-off valve must be installed between
the gas inlet and the range, for the purpose of turning on or
shutting off gas to the appliance.
The installation must allow for the following:
•
Access to the gas shut-off valve when the unit is installed.
•
Access to the remote circuit breaker panel/fuse box, when the
range is in place.
•
The gas supply piping and shut-off valve, and the electrical
junction box/receptacle must be located so they do not
interfere with the range when it is installed.
•
The junction box and gas shut off valve must be located
so that the range can be pulled out for service while the
appliance remains connected.
CUTOUT DIMENSIONS
Backsplash
Range Model
F
G
H
ER36D
42” (106.7 cm)*
36” (91.4 cm)**
36 1/16”
(91.6 cm)**
33 1/2”
(84.8 cm)
ER48D
54” (137.2 cm)*
48” (121.9 cm)**
48 1/16”
(122.1 cm)**
43 1/2”
(110.2 cm)
* Recommended ** Minimum
Minumum Countertop Height:
30 1/4” (76.8 cm)
Maximum Countertop Height:
36 1/2” (92.7 cm)
non-combustible
rear wall recommended
3/8" (1.0 cm)
Min. flat countertop
overhang
2 13/16"
(7.1 cm)
H
Standard Cutout with
Range Hood
F
10" (25.4 cm) min.
Note 2
13” (33.0 cm)
max.4
18” (45.7 cm)
min.3, 4
6
walls above the range
(both sides)
Non-combustible
surface along
back wall
recommended
30” (76.2 cm)
G
min.1
G
10” (25.4 cm) min.
to combustible side
walls above the range
(both sides)
Note 2
36 1/2”
(92.7 cm)
max.
to combustible side
Suggested
location of
utilities 3
1
Vertical to combustible surface from range grate level; if
installing an overhead vent hood, also check the hood
specifications for minimum required clearances.
2
Cabinet/countertop depth is at discretion of customer but
cabinet face MUST NOT protrude further than rear of front
panel, see product dimensions.
3
Vertical distance from range top panel level.
4
This specification does not apply for cabinets more
than a horizontal distance of 10” (25.4 cm) from the
edge of the range.
Cutout with Optional Downdraft Vent
(Top View)
APPROVED DOWNDRAFT MODEL NUMBERS
Range Model
Downdraft Vent Model
ER36D
ERV36-ER
ER48D
ERV48-ER
IMPORTANT: See the downdraft installation instructions
for the duct and electrical installation requirements. Use
only the downdraft vent models specified above.
Cutout tolerances: +1/16” (+1.6 mm), -0
unless otherwise stated
Installation Instructions
Preparing for Installation
WARNING
•
If the gas or electric service provided does not meet the
product specifications, do not proceed with the installation.
Call the dealer, the gas supplier or a licensed electrician.
•
Before installing the range, you must locate and secure the
anti-tip bracket to the floor.
Install the Anti-Tip Bracket and Foot
1. Locate the anti-tip bracket included in the parts box.
2. Install the anti-tip bracket on the floor using the four (4)
included screws. The mounting location varies according to
the model. See the diagram below for location.
Bracket
Top view
IMPORTANT: Within the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, this
appliance must be installed by a licensed plumber or gas fitter.
K
J
Unpacking the Range
Unpack the parts box and verify that all required components
have been provided. If any item is missing or damaged, please
contact your dealer immediately. Do not install a damaged or
incomplete appliance. The customer must report cosmetic issues
within 30 days of installation.
Parts List
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
3 Grates (PN 700037) 1
2 Small stack burner caps 2
2 Small stack burner rings 2
2 Large stack burner caps 3
2 Large stack burner rings 3
2 Crown burner caps 4
2 Crown burner rings 4
2 Crown burner heads 4
2 GlideRack™ oven racks
(PN 72770)
1 Standard size rack
(PN 62783)
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
3 18” Racks
(ER48D only, PN 62782)
6 Knobs 5
Anti-tip bracket w/screws
Meat probe (PN 72723)
Griddle (PN 700570)
Wok ring (PN AWR4)
Stainless steel cleaner
(PN A302)
Literature kit
Broiler pan/grill
(PN 82107/82106)
Range
right side
panel
Back of
range
ANTI-TIP BRACKET PLACEMENT
Dimension
ER36D
ER48D
J
7 1/2” (19.1 cm)
19” (48.3 cm)
K
6 1/2” (16.5 cm)
6 1/4” (15.9 cm)
See the use and care manual for a list of optional accessories.
1
Center grate on ER36D: PN 700038
2
Small stack burner kit: PN 100699
3
Large stack burner kit: PN 700493
4
Crown burner kit: PN 100703
5
Standard (PN 100127-01), MAX GRIDDLE (PN 100127-02)
Installing an Downdraft Vent (Optional)
Install the downdraft vent before installing the range. See the
installation instructions included with the downdraft vent.
IMPORTANT: The downdraft vent attaches to the narrow back
portion of the cutout. It is self-supporting in the cutout and does
not actually attach to the range itself.
Installing a Backguard (Optional)
WARNING
Do not operate the range without the island trim or a backguard
installed.
Install the backguard before making the range gas and electrical
connections. Install it according the installation instructions
included with the backguard kit.
Approved backguard kits: AERBxx-D3, AERBxx-D9 and
AERBxx-D24 (xx = range width, last digit(s) = backguard height).
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Installation Instructions
Removing the Oven Door
Electrical Connection
WARNING
•
•
Do not attempt to disengage the hinge catches with the
door(s) removed from the range. The hinge springs could
release causing personal injury.
WARNING
•
Wire the range only in compliance with local ordinances.
•
Improper connection of the electrical wiring can cause an
electric shock hazard and damage the appliance. Dacor
is not responsible for damages resulting from improper
installation.
•
Connect the ground terminal (or lead) on the appliance to a
grounded, metallic, permanent wiring system or grounding
conductor.
•
Do not use an extension cord with this appliance. Such use
may result in fire, electric shock or other personal injury.
•
Do not install a fuse in the neutral or ground circuit. A fuse
in the neutral or ground circuit may result in an electric
shock hazard.
Do not lift or carry the oven door(s) by the handle.
NOTE: When installing a backguard, always install it before sliding
the range into place. See page 7.
To make the range easier to move, remove the door(s) to reduce
weight.
1. Open the door to its fully opened position.
NOTE: Ranges equipped for use in Canada come from the
factory pre-wired. If installing a pre-wired range, skip to the Gas
Supply Connection section on page 13.
Catch
IMPORTANT:
•
Do not disconnect any of the wires inside the range electrical
box unless instructed to do so.
•
Make sure that the conduit or appliance cord is long enough
to allow the range to be pulled out for service without
disconnecting it from power.
Retaining arm
Releasing the Door Hinges
2. Rotate the catch over the retaining arm on each hinge.
3. Lift the oven door to about a 15° angle from the vertical
position.
4. Hold the door with both hands just below the handle and pull
it away from the oven while continuing to lift.
Put slack in electrical
wiring and gas line
•
For safety, replace the electrical access cover after
connecting the wiring.
Gas regulator
access cover
Electrical access cover
Back of range
Door Gripping Points
8
Installation Instructions
Refer to the range rating label (see page 3) for power
requirements.
There are four possible ways to wire the range:
•
4 wire conduit
•
3 wire conduit (where local codes permit)
•
4 wire appliance cord (where local codes permit)
•
3 wire appliance cord (where local codes permit)
The sections below and on the following pages give directions for
connecting each type of wiring harness.
WARNING
Do not connect the green appliance wire to the neutral (white)
supply wire unless local building codes permit.
Connecting Conduit to the Range
NOTE: For connection of an appliance cord, see page 12.
1. Remove the range electrical access cover from the back of
the range.
L1 terminal
Neutral terminal
L2 terminal
Jumper removed
Grounding screw
Red wire
Green wire
White wire
Black wire
Conduit strain
relief nut
2. If using a 4 wire
connection, loosen the
grounding screw and
remove the neutral to
ground jumper link.
3. Remove the nut from the
conduit strain relief (not
included).
4. Slide the wires and the
end of the strain relief into
the hole on the bottom of
the range electrical box.
5. Before connecting the wires, slide the strain relief nut over
the wires and thread it onto the conduit strain relief inside the
box. Tighten into place.
Connecting 4 Wire Conduit to Range
L1 terminal
Neutral terminal
Jumper link
6. Connect the white wire to the neutral terminal in the box.
7. Connect the black wire to the L1 power supply terminal.
L2 terminal
8. Connect the red wire to the L2 power supply terminal.
9. If using a 4 wire connection, connect the green wire to the
grounding screw inside the box.
10. Replace the range electrical access cover.
Black wire
White wire
Red wire
Bare wire
connections
Conduit strain
relief nut
Loop and
spade terminal
connections
Wire Connection Detail
Connecting 3 Wire Conduit to Range Where Local Code Permits
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Installation Instructions
Electrical Connection (cont.)
Connecting the Conduit to the House
Electrical Junction Box
WARNING
Do not connect the green appliance wire to the neutral (white)
supply wire unless local building codes permit.
NOTES:
◊
The power supply must be properly polarized. Reverse
polarity will result in continuous sparking of the
electrodes, even after flame ignition.
◊ If there is any doubt as to whether the power supply is
properly polarized or grounded, have it checked by a
licensed electrician.
1. With the range positioned directly in front of the cabinet
cutout, feed the appliance wires into the junction box.
Depending upon local codes, utilize one of the three (3)
methods shown to connect the appliance to the junction box.
2. After connecting the conduit to the range (see page 9)
connect the white wire from the appliance to the neutral
(white) supply wire in the junction box.
3. Connect the black wire from the appliance to the black (L1)
power supply wire in the junction box.
4. Connect the red wire from the appliance to the red (L2) power
supply wire in the junction box.
5. If using a 4 wire connection, connect the green wire to a
grounded supply wire in the junction box or to a grounded
cold water pipe. If connecting to a grounded cold water pipe:
◊
Use a separate copper grounding wire (No. 10 minimum)
to connect to the cold water pipe by means of a clamp
and an external grounding connector screw.
◊ If there are any materials that isolate the cold water pipe
from ground, jumper it with a No. 4 copper wire, clamped
on both ends.
6. Replace the cover on the junction box.
Connection to
power supply
Junction box
RED
RED
GREEN
GREEN
WHITE
WHITE
Wire nut
4 places
BLACK
BLACK
Connection to appliance
(Page 9)
4 Wire Conduit Connection to Junction Box
Connection to
power supply
Junction box
Wire nut
3 places
Connection to appliance
(Page 9)
3 Wire Conduit Connection to Junction Box
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Installation Instructions
Separate No. 10 (minimum)
copper grounding wire
Connection to
power supply
Junction box
Fasten clamp tightly
on pipe
Wire nut
4 places
Connection to appliance
(Page 9)
4 Wire Conduit Connection to Junction Box
with External Ground
No. 4
copper wire
Meter
Metal
water pipe
Clamps
Bare
metal
Insulated Pipe Jumper
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Installation Instructions
Electrical Connection (cont.)
5. Slide the end of the appliance cord into the strain relief from
the bottom of the box.
Connecting an Appliance Cord to the
Range - Where Local Code Permits
6. Connect the white (neutral) wire to the neutral terminal in the
box.
WARNING
Do not connect the green appliance wire to the neutral (white)
supply wire unless local building codes permit.
7. Connect the L1 wire to the L1 power supply terminal in the
box.
8. Connect the L2 wire to the L2 power supply terminal in the
box.
1. Remove the range electrical access cover from the back of
the range.
9. If using a 4 wire connection, connect the ground wire to
the grounding screw inside the box using a loop or spade
terminal.
2. If using a 4 wire connection, loosen the grounding screw and
remove the neutral to ground jumper link.
10. Tighten the strain relief so that the appliance cord is held
snuggly in place.
3. Remove the conduit bracket from the bottom of the range
electrical box.
11. Replace the range electrical access cover.
L1 terminal
Neutral terminal
L2 terminal
Jumper removed
Ground screw
Remove jumper on
4 wire installations
L2 wire
Green wire
White wire
L1 wire
Remove conduit
bracket before strain
relief installation
Strain relief
4 Wire Appliance
Cord Connection
4. Disassemble and remove the strain relief from the appliance
cord (not included). Insert the tabs on the two parts of
the strain relief into the hole on the bottom of the box and
reassemble it so that the tabs are below the box and the
strain relief itself is inside the box.
L2
Strain relief
Neutral
Ground
L1
Bottom of range
electrical box
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Reassemble with tabs
below and clamp above
14-50P Plug
Installation Instructions
Gas Connection
WARNING
Bare wire
connections
Loop and
spade terminal
connections
L1 terminal
•
Make sure the gas supply valve is off and that the power to
the range is turned off at the circuit breaker or fuse box prior
to connecting the gas line.
•
Do not apply excessive pressure when tightening gas
connections and fittings.
•
Do not use Teflon tape or plumber’s putty on gas flex line
connections.
•
For LP installations, the LP gas tank must have its own
high pressure regulator. This is in addition to the pressure
regulator provided with the range.
•
The maximum gas supply pressure to the regulator must
never exceed 1/2 pound per square inch (psi) or 3.5 kPa.
•
The range and shut-off valve must be disconnected from the
gas supply piping during any pressure testing exceeding 1/2
psi (3.5 kPa).
•
The range must be isolated from the gas supply piping by
closing the shut-off valve during any pressure testing at or
below 1/2 psi (3.5 kPa).
•
Check all gas lines for leaks as instructed to avoid a fire or
explosion hazard. Do not use a flame to check for leaks.
Neutral terminal
L2 terminal
Jumper link
NOTE: The gas pressure regulator is pre-set at the factory for the
type of gas intended for use with the appliance. To verify that the
appliance is compatible with the type of gas available, check the
range rating label (see page 3 for location). Ranges intended
for use with LP gas will have “LP” as a part of the model number.
Consult your dealer if the range is not compatible with the type of
gas supplied.
L1 wire
White wire
L2 wire
Before sliding the range into the cabinet:
Strain relief
1. Make sure the gas supply valve is in the off position and that
power to the range is off.
2. Connect a flexible gas supply line to the gas shut-off valve
previously installed on the stub out. The gas line needs to be
long enough to allow the range to be pulled out for service.
3 Wire Appliance Cord
Connection Where Local Code Permits
3. Remove the gas regulator access cover.
4. Slide the end of the gas line under the back cover into the
regulator compartment from the bottom.
5. Connect the gas line to the regulator.
6. Turn all cooktop control valves to the “OFF” position. Turn on
the gas supply.
L1
Neutral
7. Check all lines and
connections for leaks
using a soap and
water solution.
8. After verifying that
there are no gas
leaks, turn off the
gas supply valve
connected to the
range to the “OFF”
position.
L2
10-50P Plug
Regulator
connection
Gas line
Back of range
9. Replace the regulator
access cover.
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Installation Instructions
Final Installation
Re-installing the Oven Door(s)
1. Peel the protective coating off of the range, including the
door.
2. Measure from the floor to the countertop. Adjust the leveling
legs as required to position the trim around the cooktop even
with or above the countertop.
3. Locate the anti-tip foot on the back of the range and lower
(turn) it until it is 1/16” (2 mm) off the floor.
Rear leg
Back of range
1 1/4” *
WARNING
To avoid personal injury or damage to the door from it falling off
its hinges:
•
Make sure that the notch on the bottom of each hinge rests
on top of the lower lip of each hinge receptacle before
attempting to open the oven door.
•
Rotate the hinge locks toward the front of the range
immediately after installation of the door.
1. Grasp the oven door on opposite sides and hold it at a 15°
angle from the front of the oven. Slide the hinges into the
hinge openings, resting the bottom of the hinge arms on the
hinge receptacles. Continue to hold the door at a 15° angle
with one hand while pushing in on each of the bottom corners
of the door. Push until the notch on the bottom of each hinge
slips over the lower lip of each hinge receptacle.
2. Lower the door to the fully opened position.
up
* Distance to floor:
4 1/16” to 5 5/16”
Anti-Tip Foot
(location varies)
down
4. Carefully slide the range into position into the cutout. The
anti-tip foot should engage the anti-tip bracket. Using a
flashlight look underneath the range and verify that the
bracket covers the anti-tip foot.
3. Rotate the two hinge locks toward the oven.
4. Slowly and carefully open and close the door completely to
ensure that it is properly installed.
5. Remove any packaging from inside the oven(s).
Anti-tip
bracket
Anti-tip foot
5. Use a level to make sure that the range does not tilt front to
back or side to side. Re-adjust the legs to level and change
the height if necessary.
Notch on bottom
of hinge
Door Installation
14
Lower lip of
hinge receptacle
Installation Instructions
Installing the Burner Knobs
1. Put the knobs with the words “MAX GRIDDLE” on them A
onto the inner (center burner) valve shafts.
WARNING
Installing the range knobs in the wrong position may result
in damage to the griddle included with the range. The knobs
for the center burners are marked with the maximum griddle
settings.
Icons on Center Burner Knobs A
NOTE: When installing the knobs, align the “D” shaped opening
on the back of the knob with the end of the valve shaft. Carefully
push the knob on until it stops.
2. Put the remaining knobs B on the outer valve shafts.
There are two (2) different types of knobs supplied with the
range. The knobs for the center burners have the words “MAX
GRIDDLE” on them.
Icons on Outer Burner Knobs B
B
B
A
A
B
B
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Installation Instructions
Cooktop Assembly
WARNING
Never attempt to operate the range’s cooktop with any of the
burner rings, burner caps or grates removed.
•
Remove the burner rings, burner caps and grates from their
shipping packages.
•
Install the burners as shown. The location, type and size of
the burners varies with the range model number.
•
Gently set the grates on top of the spill tray. Put the legs
of each grate inside the corresponding dimples. On model
ER36D, the largest grate goes in the center.
Spill tray
Crown burner
Stack burner
Ridge on
bottom of
burner cap
STEP 3: Install burner
cap. Ridge on cap must
surround top of ring.
Ridge on
bottom of
burner cap
STEP 2: Install
burner ring. Line up
ring tabs with head
slots. Twist back
and forth to assure
proper seating.
Burner ring
Burner head
STEP 1: Install
burner head. Put
locating tab in
keyed hole.
STEP 3: Install burner
caps. Ridge on cap must
surround top of ring.
STEP 2: Turn ring until
it drops into place. Twist
back and forth to assure
proper seating.
STEP 1: Put burner
ring on top of head.
Burner
ring
Burner base
Burner
head
Keyed
hole
Crown Burner Installation
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Stack Burner Installation
Installation Instructions
Verifying Proper Operation
Installation Checklist
Before operating the range, read the accompanying use and
care manual completely. It contains Important safety, service and
warranty information.
1. Before beginning the test procedure, ensure that all cooktop
control valves are in the OFF position, and all burner rings,
burner caps, and grates are properly positioned on the
cooktop frame. Turn on the gas supply at the shut-off valve.
WARNING
•
To ensure a safe and proper installation, the following
checklist should be completed by the installer to ensure
that no part of the installation has been overlooked.
•
Proper installation is the responsibility of the homeowner.
The importance of proper installation of your Dacor range
cannot be overemphasized.
2. Check for gas leaks.
3. Turn on power to the range.
4. Set the time of day: Press the clock key. Enter the time on
the number keypad (within 6 seconds). Press START.
5. Press the BAKE key.
6. Enter the temperature of 350°F on the keypad.
7. Press START.
8. The display should show BAKE, and the preheating
temperature.
□□
Has the plastic coating been peeled off the outside of the
range? Have all packaging materials been removed from
inside the oven?
□□
Are all leveling legs extended down to make contact with the
floor? Is the unit level? See page 14.
□□
Is the range secured in place with the provided anti-tip
bracket and foot according to these instructions? See pages
7 and 14.
□□
Is the range wired and grounded according to these
instructions and in accordance with all applicable electrical
codes? Has the electrical access cover been replaced? See
pages 4 and 8 to 13.
□□
Has the gas supply inlet pressure been measured to ensure
that it does not exceed the maximums stated in these
instructions. See page 4.
□□
Is the range connected to the gas supply according to these
instructions and in accordance with all applicable codes?
Did the installer check the gas supply for leaks? Has the gas
regulator cover been re-installed? See page 13.
□□
Is the oven door properly installed according to these
instructions? See page 14.
□□
Have the burner knobs been installed in the proper locations?
See page 15.
□□
Are the burners and grates properly installed according to
these instructions? See page 16.
□□
Has proper operation been verified? Has the warranty
been activated on-line or the warranty card been filled out
completely and mailed?
9. Press the CANCEL-SECURE key to stop the oven heating
process.
10. Test one of the burners by pushing the knob in and turning it
counterclockwise to the HIGH position. It may take up to four
seconds for ignition to occur, at which time the ignitor will stop
sparking. If ignition does not occur within four seconds, turn
off the knob, wait for at least five minutes to allow any gas to
dissipate, then repeat the ignition test. After ignition, rotate
the control knob counterclockwise
from HIGH to LOW to adjust the
flame height progressively. When
the range is installed properly, the
flame will be steady and quiet.
It will also have a sharp, blue
inner cone that will vary in length
proportional to the burner size.
Dacor’s Smart Flame™ feature
reduces the flame under the grate
Normal Flame
fingers to increase grate life. If the
range is equipped for use with LP
gas, the ends of the flame may be yellow at the tips, which is
normal.
11. Turn the control knob to the OFF position.
12. Repeat the ignition test for all remaining burners.
If the range does not operate properly, follow these
troubleshooting steps:
OFF Icon
1. Verify that power and gas are supplied to the range.
2. Check the electrical connections and gas supply to ensure
that the installation has been completed correctly.
3. Repeat the above bake test or burner ignition test.
4. If the appliance still does not work, contact Dacor Distinctive
Service at (800) 793-0093 ex. 2822. Do not attempt to repair
the appliance yourself. Have the model and serial numbers
available when you call. See page 3 for location.
Dacor is not responsible for the cost of correcting problems
caused by a faulty installation.
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Dacor ● 14425 Clark Avenue, City of Industry, CA 91745 ● Phone: (800) 793-0093 ● Fax: (626) 403-3130 ● www.dacor.com
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