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Monogram ZISW420D Specifications
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ZGU385LSMSS/ZGU385NSMSS
GE Monogram® 36" Stainless Steel Gas Cooktop
Dimensions and Installation Information (in inches)
21-3/16”
Deep at Center
36-3/4”
3-3/4”
3-3/8” Min.
from Cutout
to Rear Vertical
Combustibles
12” Min.
from Cutout
to Side Walls
19-1/8”
33-7/8”
2-1/2” Min.
from Cutout
to Front of
Countertop
36” Min.
Cabinet Base
Note: The cooktop cutout is rectangular.
The bowed front edge of the cooktop will sit on top
of the counter.
These cooktops may be installed in combination with a
Monogram downdraft vent, a Monogram single oven or a
Monogram warming drawer. See installation instructions for
details.
Model ZGU385NSMSS - Natural Gas
Model ZGU385LSMSS - Liquid Propane
These stainless steel cooktops are factory set for natural or
liquid propane gas. Be sure to order the correct model for
the installation situation.
Note: Reference Instructions, GE Monogram 36”
Stainless Steel Cooktop Installation, packed with
product, for complete details.
The house gas supply should be at least 1" from
the back wall.
The electrical outlet should be 12" below the
countertop and within reach of the 4 ft. power cord.
For answers to your Monogram,® GE Profile™ or
GE® appliance questions, visit our website at
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Installation
Preparation
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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
• Avoid placing cabinetry directly above cooktop
when possible.
• If cabinetry is used above cooking surface:
– Use cabinets no more than 13″ deep.
– The countertop must have a deep flat surface to
accommodate the combined installation of the
cooktop and vent.
– 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.
• A 36″ or wider exhaust hood with 350 CFM or
greater airflow rating is recommended for use
over this Monogram cooktop.
– Read the Warming Drawer Installation
Instructions packed with the product, or to review
ahead of time, order Pub. No. 49-8937.
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.
• 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.
• 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).
These cooktops may be installed with a 36″
Monogram Downdraft Vent, model ZVB36.
See page 12 for cutout and clearances.
– Consideration must be given to electrical and gas
supply locations. See page 8.
– 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.
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
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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.
18″ min. 30″ 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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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:
• 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.
• 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.
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.
NOTE: Purchase new flexible line. DO NOT USE OLD,
PREVIOUSLY USED FLEXIBLE LINE.
• 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.
2. Locate the electrical outlet 12″ below the
countertop.
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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.
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.
• A properly-grounded 3-prong receptacle should
be located within reach of the cooktop’s four-foot
power cord.
IMPORTANT: (Please read carefully). FOR PERSONAL
SAFETY, THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE PROPERLY
GROUNDED.
• 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.
• 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.
• 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
A. Remove the screws on the sides of the cooktop
burner box. Use those screws to attach the side
mounting brackets.
B. Insert the cooktop centered into the cutout
opening. Make sure the front edge of the
countertop is parallel to the cooktop.
Check clearances at the front, back and sides.
Cooktop
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2 INSTALL PRESSURE REGULATOR
(cont.)
C. Before testing for leaks, make sure all burner
knobs are in the OFF position.
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.
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.
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.
3 CONNECT ELECTRICAL
• Check to be sure the receptacle is properly
grounded.
• 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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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
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23-5/16″
total flat
surface
required at
center
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
12″ min. cutout to
wall, both sides
2-1/2″ min. clearance
to cutout
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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COOKTOP INSTALLATION OVER A
MONOGRAM WARMING DRAWER,
MODEL ZTD910 OR ZKD910
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POWER SUPPLY:
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.
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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COOKTOP INSTALLATION OVER
A 30″ MONOGRAM SINGLE OVEN,
MODEL ZET1 OR ZET938
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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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ZV800SJ/BJ – GE Monogram™ 36" Chimney Hood
Dimensions and Specifications (in inches)
Note: The vent hood canopy extends forward 5-7/8".
The vent hood must be installed 24" min., and 30" max. above
the cooking surface. The telescopic duct cover conceals the
ductwork running from the top of the hood to the ceiling. The
duct cover is sized to reach 8 ft. to 10 ft. ceiling heights.
*Height to
Ceiling
The hood installation height, from the cooking surface to the
bottom of the hood, depends upon ceiling height.
1-1/2"
12-15/16" at sides
13-11/16" at center
35-7/8"
*The Supplied Duct Cover Fits
8 ft. to 10 ft. Ceiling Heights
Installation Information: Before installing, consult installation
instructions packed with product, or available online at
monogram.com, for current dimensional data.
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ZV800SJ/BJ – GE Monogram™ 36" Chimney Hood
Wall Mount Installations
Installation Below a Cabinet
These hoods may be installed onto a wall or below a wall cabinet.
• Telescopic duct covers are provided to conceal the ductwork,
running to the ceiling.
• This hood can be installed for recirculation operation. No
kits required.
*20” Min.
24” Min.
*The cabinet must measure at least 20" from the bottom frame to the
inside top. The hood housing will occupy the interior cabinet space.
Installation Below A Wall Cabinet
Order a cabinet that is at least 20" high from the bottom frame to the
inside top. The cabinet must be at least 12" deep.
• The hood installation height is determined by the ceiling height.
• The hood installation height must be 24" Min. above the cooking
surface.
24” Min.
30” Max.
36” Min.
The vent hood must be installed 24" min. and 30" max. above the
cooking surface. The hood installation height, from the cooking
surface to the bottom of the hood, depends upon ceiling height.
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ZV800SJ/BJ – GE Monogram™ 36" Chimney Hood
Cabinet Requirements
Ductwork, Wiring
This hood may be installed beneath a wall-mounted cabinet.
• Both vented and recirculating operation can be accomplished in an
under-cabinet installation.
• If the cabinet has been installed, it must be removed so that wall
framing supports can be added.
• Determine the exact location of the vent hood.
• Locate the Rear Wall Template packed with the literature.
• Measure 36" from the floor to the top of the cooking surface. Add
the pre-determined hood installation height. Mark that location.
• Use a level to draw a straight pencil line on the wall.
3-3/4” centerline
to wall
20” Min.
Ceiling
24”Recommended
Min.
*25-1/2"
30” Max.
The cabinet must be at least 20" high between the bottom frame and
the inside top. A custom cabinet or modifications to a different size
cabinet may be required to accommodate the hood housing.
• The cabinet must be 36" wide.
• The cabinet must be firmly secured to wall studs or the added
framing support and capable of supporting 100 pounds.
Drill 1/8"
Pilot Holes
Drill 1/8"
Pilot Holes
Drill 1/8"
Pilot Holes
Drill 1/8"
Pilot Holes
5-1/16"
9-5/8"
19-1/2"
19-1/2”
CL
13-3/4"
12-3/4"
REAR WALL TEMPLATE
11”
11"
Drill 1/8"
Pilot Holes
Drill 1/8"
Pilot Holes
8-1/8"
2-1/16"
49-80271
11-3/4"
11-3/4”
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ALIGN BOTTOM EDGE WITH
PENCIL LINE INDICATING
BOTTOM OF THE HOOD.
JR 07-04
• Tape the template in position along the penciled line. Check to be
sure the template is level.
• Use the level to draw a line straight up, from the centerline on the
template to the ceiling.
• Measure 3-3/34" from the back wall to the centerline of a 6-1/2"
hole on the ceiling.
NOTE: If drywall is not present, add drywall thickness to the
3-3/4" dimension.
House Wiring Location:
• The junction box is located on the top right side of the hood.
• Wiring should enter the back wall 20" to 26" above the bottom of
the hood, and within 4" of the right side of the centerline. Wiring
should enter at least 4" above the bracket on the right side.
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Design Information
CONTENTS
Design Information
Product Dimensions and Clearances ..................................................3
Installation Options ................................................................................3
Advance Planning, Ductwork, Framing ..............................................4
Power Supply ..........................................................................................4
Duct Fittings..............................................................................................5
Installation Preparation
Tools and Materials Required ..............................................................6
Remove the Packaging ..........................................................................6
Wall Mount Installations ........................................................................7
Installation Below a Wall Cabinet ........................................................7
Check Installation Hardware ................................................................8
Ductwork, Wiring Locations..................................................................9
Wall-Mounted Installation – Vented to the Outside
Step 1, Install Framing for Hood Support ............................................9
Step 2, Install Mounting Bracket ........................................................10
Step 3, Install Duct Bracket ................................................................10
Step 4, Prepare the Hood ....................................................................11
Step 5, Mount the Hood ......................................................................11
Step 6, Connect Ductwork ..................................................................12
Step 7, Connect Electrical....................................................................12
Step 8, Install Duct Covers ..................................................................13
Step 9, Install Filters..............................................................................13
Step 10, Finalize Installation ................................................................13
PRODUCT DIMENSION AND
CLEARANCE
Wall-Mounted Installation – Recirculating
Ductwork, Wiring Locations................................................................14
Step 1, Install Framing for Hood Support ..........................................14
Step 2, Install Mounting Bracket ........................................................15
Step 3, Prepare the Hood ....................................................................15
Step 4, Mount the Hood ......................................................................16
Step 5, Size and Cut Duct Piece ........................................................16
Step 6, Connect Electrical....................................................................17
Step 7, Install Duct Covers ..................................................................17
Step 8, Install Filters..............................................................................18
Step 9, Finalize Installation ..................................................................18
Under-Cabinet Installation
Cabinet Requirements ..........................................................................19
Ductwork, Wiring ..................................................................................19
Step 1, Install Framing for Hood Support ..........................................20
Step 2, Prepare the Hood ....................................................................20
Step 3, Cut the Opening........................................................................21
Step 4, Install Side “L” Brackets ........................................................21
Step 5, Remove Side Screw ................................................................21
Step 6, Mount the Hood ......................................................................22
Step 7, Complete Installation and Connect Ductwork ....................22
Step 8, Connect Electrical....................................................................23
Step 9, Install Rear Mounting Screws ..............................................23
Step 10, Install Filters............................................................................23
INSTALLATION OPTIONS
NOTE: The vent hood
canopy extends
forward 5-7/8”.
24” Min.
30” Max.
* Height toto
*Height
Ceiling
Ceiling
WALL-MOUNTED INSTALLATIONS
This hood may be installed onto a wall and vented to the
outdoors, or it can be installed for recirculating operation.
All necessary parts for a recirculating operation are shipped
with the hood. No kits required.
1-1/2”
1-1/2"
12-15/16”
at Sides,
12"
at Sides,
13-11/16” at Center
12-7/8" at
Center
35-7/8”
35-7/8"
* The Supplied
Supplied Duct Duct
Cover Fits
8 ft. to 10Fits
ft.
*The
Cover
Heights
8 ft. to 10Ceiling
ft. Ceiling
Heights
*24” Min.
The vent hood must be installed 24” min., and 30” max. above
the cooking surface. The telescopic duct cover conceals the
ductwork running from the top of the hood to the ceiling.
The duct cover is sized to reach 8 ft. to 10 ft. ceiling heights.
The hood installation height, from the cooking surface to the
bottom of the hood, depends upon ceiling height.
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*Depending on Cabinet Height
UNDER-CABINET INSTALLATIONS
The hood may be installed beneath a cabinet. The cabinet must
measure at least 20” from the bottom frame to the inside top.
See page 19.
• Both vented and recirculating operation can be accomplished
in an under-cabinet installation. (Custom cabinet modification
is required for recirculating operation.)
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ADVANCE PLANNING
• Use metal ductwork only. These hoods must use
6” round duct. It can transition to 3-1/4” x 12”,
reducing the maximum equivalent duct length to
75 feet.
• Install a wall cap with damper or roof cap at the
exterior opening. Order the wall or roof cap and any
transition needed in advance.
• 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.
Wall Framing for Adequate Support
• This vent hood is heavy. Adequate structural support
must be provided in all types of installations. The
hood must be secured to vertical studs in the wall,
or to a horizontal support. For wall mounting
installations, see pages 9 and 14. For under-cabinet
installations, see page 20.
• The vent hood and wall cabinet, if used, should be on
site before final framing and wall finishing. This will
also help to accurately locate the duct work and
electrical service.
CAUTION:
To reduce risk of fire and to
properly exhaust air, be sure to duct air outside –
do not vent exhaust air into spaces within walls or
ceilings or into attics, crawl spaces, or garages.
PRUDENCE :
Il faut prendre soin
d’installer un conduit vers l’extérieur pour réduire le
risque d’incendie et pouvoir évacuer l’air correctement.
Il ne faut pas évacuer l’air correctement. Il ne faut pas
évacuer l’air dans l’espace entre les parois d’un mur,
un plafond ou un grenier, un espace sanitaire ou un
garage.
POWER SUPPLY
• Route house wiring through conduit as close to the
installation location as possible, in the ceiling or
back wall.
• Use a conduit connector to secure the conduit to
the junction box.
• Connect the wiring to the house wiring in accordance
with local codes.
IMPORTANT – (Please read carefully)
WARNING:
FOR PERSONAL SAFETY, THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE
PROPERLY GROUNDED.
ADVERTISSEMENT :
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.
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.
WARNING:
The improper connection of
the equipment-grounding conductor can result in a risk
of electric shock. Check with a qualified electrician or
service representative if you are in doubt whether the
appliance is properly grounded.
Electrical supply
These vent hoods must be supplied with 120V, 60Hz, and
connected to an individual, properly grounded branch
circuit, and protected by a 15 or 20 amp circuit breaker
or time delay fuse.
• Wiring must be 2 wire with ground.
• If the electrical supply does not meet the above
requirements, call a licensed electrician before
proceeding.
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ADVERTISSEMENT :
Le mauvais branchement du fil de mise à la terre peut
causer un choc électrique. En cas de doute, consulter
un électricien qualifié ou un technicien pour déterminer
si l’appareil est à la terre.
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DUCT FITTINGS
Use this chart to compute maximum
permissable lengths for duct runs
to outdoors.
Duct Piece
NOTE: Do not exceed maximum
permissable equivalent lengths!
Maximum duct length:
100 foot for 6” round duct
75 foot for 3-1/4” x 12” 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.
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)
6” Round
90° elbow
15 ft.
6” Round
45° elbow
8 ft.
3-1⁄4” x 12”
90° elbow
11 ft.
3-1/4” x 12” or
45° elbow
6 ft.
3-1/4” x 12”
90° flat elbow
24 ft.
6” round to
3-1/4” x 12”
or 3-1/4” x 24” transition
1 ft.
3-1/4” x 12” to 6”
round transition
8 ft.
6” round
to 3-1/4” x 12” or
transition 90° elbow
16 ft.
3-1/4” x 12” to 6” round
round transition 90° elbow
17 ft.
6” round
wall cap
with damper
30 ft.
3-1/4” x 12” wall cap
with damper
30 ft.
6” Round
roof cap
26 ft.
6” Round
roof vent
26 ft.
Quantity
Used
Total
Equivalent
Length
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 a
6” Round Duct.
It Can Transition To
3-1/4” x 12” Duct
*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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WALL MOUNT INSTALLATIONS
Wall Mount ZV800 Installation Heights
These hoods may be installed onto a wall or below a
wall cabinet.
• Telescopic duct covers are provided to conceal the
ductwork, running to the ceiling.
• This hood can be installed for recirculating operation.
No kits required.
24” Min.
30” Max.
36” Min.
The vent hood must be installed 24” min. and 30” max.
above the cooking surface. The hood installation
height, from the cooking surface to the bottom
of the hood, depends upon ceiling height.
INSTALLATION BELOW A CABINET
24” Min.
*The cabinet must measure at least 20” from the bottom
frame to the inside top. The hood housing will occupy the
interior cabinet space.
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*Possible VENTED
Installation Height
*Possible
RECIRCULATING
Installation Height
7’11”
24” to 27”
24” to 25”
8’ 0”
24” to 28”
24” to 26”
8’ 1”
24” to 30”
24” to 27”
8’ 2”
24” to 30”
24” to 28”
8’ 3”
24” to 30”
24” to 29”
8’ 4”
24” to 30”
24” to 30”
8’ 5”
24” to 30”
24” to 30”
8’ 6”
24” to 30”
24” to 30”
8’ 7”
24” to 30”
24” to 30”
8’ 8”
24” to 30”
24” to 30”
8’ 9”
24” to 30”
24” to 30”
8’ 10”
24” to 30”
24” to 30”
8’ 11”
24” to 30”
24” to 30”
9’ 0”
24” to 30”
24” to 30”
9’ 1”
24” to 30”
24” to 30”
9’ 2”
24” to 30”
24” to 30”
9’ 3”
24” to 30”
24” to 30”
9’ 4”
24” to 30”
24” to 30”
9’ 5”
24” to 30”
24” to 30”
9’ 6”
24” to 30”
24” to 30”
9’ 7”
25” to 30”
24” to 30”
9’ 8”
26” to 30”
24” to 30”
9’ 9”
27” to 30”
24” to 30”
9’ 10”
28” to 30”
24” to 30”
9’ 11”
29” to 30”
25” to 30”
10’
30”
26” to 30”
*Based on 36” countertop height.
INSTALLATION BELOW
A WALL CABINET
*20” Min.
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Celing
Height
Order a cabinet that is at least 20” high from the
bottom frame to the inside top. The cabinet must be
at least 12” deep.
• The hood installation height is determined by the
ceiling height.
• The hood installation height must be 24” Min. above
the cooking surface.
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WALL-MOUNTED INSTALLATION—VENTED TO THE OUTSIDE
DUCTWORK, WIRING LOCATIONS
Determine the exact location of the vent hood.
• Locate the template packed with the literature.
– Measure 36” from the floor to the top of the cooking
surface. Add hood installation height determined on
page 7. Mark that location.
– Use a level to draw a straight pencil line on the wall.
3-3/4” centerline to wall
1 INSTALL FRAMING FOR HOOD
SUPPORT
IMPORTANT — Framing must be capable of
supporting 100 lbs.
min.Opening
opening for
8"6”Min.
for ductwork
Ductwork
FOR CEILING VENT DUCTING
Ceiling
ViewFrom
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View
Rear
cleats
Cleats
6-1/2” dia. hole
Centerline 3-3/4”
min. above top
mounting bracket
holes
FOR WALL VENT DUCT
Drill 1/8"
Pilot Holes
1” x 6”
1"
6" min.
Min.
mounting
Mounting
support
Support
Drill 1/8"
Pilot Holes
Drill 1/8"
Pilot Holes
Drill 1/8"
Pilot Holes
5-1/16"
9-5/8"
13-3/4"
CL
12-3/4"
REAR WALL TEMPLATE
Drill 1/8"
Pilot Holes
Drill 1/8"
Pilot Holes
8-1/8"
2-1/16"
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ALIGN BOTTOM EDGE WITH
PENCIL LINE INDICATING
BOTTOM OF THE HOOD.
Centerline of
Centerline
of
Installation
installation
Space
space
JR 07-04
– Tape the template in position along the penciled
line. CHECK TO BE SURE THE TEMPLATE IS LEVEL.
Ceiling ducting:
If ductwork will vent straight up to the ceiling:
• Use a level to draw a line straight up, from the centerline
on the template to the ceiling.
• Measure 3-3/4” from the back wall to the centerline of
a 6-1/2” hole on the ceiling.
NOTE: If drywall is not present, add drywall thickness to
the 3-3/4” dimension.
Wall Ducting:
If ductwork will vent to the rear:
• Use a level to draw a line straight up from the centerline
on the template.
• Measure at least 3-3/4” above the top mounting bracket
holes shown on the template to the centerline of a
6-1/2” dia. duct hole. (Hole may be elongated for
duct elbow.)
HOUSE WIRING LOCATION:
• The junction box is located on the top right side of the
hood.
• Wiring should enter the back wall 20” to 26” above the
bottom of the hood, and within 4” of the right side of the
centerline. Wiring should enter at least 4” above the
bracket on the right side.
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If drywall is present, mark the screw hole locations for
the top mounting brackets. Remove the template.
• Cut away enough drywall to expose 2 vertical studs at
the bracket location indicated on the template.
• Install a horizontal support at least 1” x 6” between
two wall studs at the top bracket installation location.
The horizontal support must be flush with the room
side of the studs. Use cleats behind both sides of the
support to secure to wall studs.
• Reinstall drywall.
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WALL-MOUNTED INSTALLATION—VENTED TO THE OUTSIDE
6 CONNECT DUCTWORK
Air flow
• Install ductwork, making connections in direction of
airflow as illustrated.
• Push duct over the exhaust outlet and damper.
• Secure joints in ductwork with sheetmetal screws.
• Wrap all duct joints with duct tape for an airtight seal.
• Use duct tape to seal the flange connections.
CAUTION:
Do not use sheet metal
screws at the hood flange connection. Doing so
will prevent proper damper operations. Seal
connection with tape only.
Duct tape
over seam
and screw
Screw
PRUDENCE :
Il ne faut pas utiliser de vis autoraurdeuses à la
connexion du collet de la hotte. Ceci empêcherait
le bon fonctionnement du registre. N’utiliser que du
ruban adhésif pour assurer l’étanchéité du raccord.
7 CONNECT ELECTRICAL
Verify that power is turned off at the source.
WARNING:
If house wiring is not 2-wire
with a ground wire, a ground must be provided by the
installer. When house wiring is aluminum, be sure to
use U.L. approved anti-oxidant compound and
aluminum-to-copper connectors.
ADVERTISSEMENT :
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.
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• Remove junction box cover and knockout.
• Use a conduit connector to secure the conduit to
the junction box.
• 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 electrical panel cover with original screws.
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WALL-MOUNTED INSTALLATION—RECIRCULATING
1 INSTALL FRAMING FOR HOOD
SUPPORT
DUCTWORK, WIRING LOCATIONS
• Determine the exact location of the vent hood.
• Locate the template packed with the literature.
• Measure 36” from the floor to the top of the cooking
surface. Add hood installation height determined on
page 7. Mark that location.
IMPORTANT: Framing must be capable of
supporting 100 lbs.
ViewFrom
from rear
View
Rear
cleats
Cleats
Ceiling
1” x 6”
1"
6" min.
Min.
mounting
Mounting
support
Support
Drill 1/8"
Pilot Holes
Drill 1/8"
Pilot Holes
Drill 1/8"
Pilot Holes
Drill 1/8"
Pilot Holes
Centerline
of
Centerline of
Installation
installation
Space
space
5-1/16"
9-5/8"
13-3/4"
CL
12-3/4"
REAR WALL TEMPLATE
Drill 1/8"
Pilot Holes
Drill 1/8"
Pilot Holes
8-1/8"
2-1/16"
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ALIGN BOTTOM EDGE WITH
PENCIL LINE INDICATING
BOTTOM OF THE HOOD.
JR 07-04
• Tape the template in position along the penciled line.
CHECK TO BE SURE THE TEMPLATE IS LEVEL.
• Use a level to draw a line straight up, from the centerline
on the template to the ceiling.
HOUSE WIRING LOCATION:
• The junction box is located on the top right side of the
hood.
• Wiring should enter the back wall 20” to 26” above the
bottom of the hood, and within 4” of the right side of the
centerline.
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If drywall is present, mark the screw hole locations for
the top mounting brackets. Remove the template.
• Cut away enough drywall to expose 2 vertical studs at
the bracket location indicated on the template.
• Install a horizontal support at least 1” x 6” between
two wall studs at the top bracket installation location.
The horizontal support must be flush with the room
side of the studs. Use cleats behind both sides of the
support to secure to wall studs.
• Reinstall drywall.
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UNDER-CABINET INSTALLATION
CABINET REQUIREMENTS
DUCTWORK, WIRING
This hood may be installed beneath a wall-mounted
cabinet.
• If the cabinet has been installed, it must be removed
so that wall framing supports can be added.
• Determine the exact location of the vent hood.
• Locate the Rear Wall Template packed with the
literature.
• Measure 36” from the floor to the top of the cooking
surface. Add the pre-determined hood installation
height. Mark that location.
• Use a level to draw a straight pencil line on the wall.
20” Min.
3-3/4” centerline
to wall
24” Min.
The cabinet must be at least 20” high between the
bottom frame and the inside top. If the cabinet is not
20” from bottom to inside top, a custom cabinet or
modifications to a different size cabinet and/or soffit
may be required to accommodate the hood housing.
• The cabinet must be 36” wide and at least 12” deep.
• The cabinet must be firmly secured to wall studs or
the added framing support and capable of supporting
100 pounds.
Ceiling
Top frame mounting
screw locations
Drill 1/8"
Pilot Holes
Drill 1/8"
Pilot Holes
Drill 1/8"
Pilot Holes
Drill 1/8"
Pilot Holes
5-1/16"
9-5/8"
19-1/2"
19-1/2”
13-3/4"
CL
12-3/4"
REAR WALL TEMPLATE
10-3/4”
11"
Drill 1/8"
Pilot Holes
Drill 1/8"
Pilot Holes
8-1/8"
2-1/16"
49-80271
11-3/4"
11-3/4”
ALIGN BOTTOM EDGE WITH
PENCIL LINE INDICATING
BOTTOM OF THE HOOD.
JR 07-04
• Tape the template in position along the penciled line.
Check to be sure the template is level.
• Use the level to draw a line straight up, from the
centerline on the template to the ceiling.
• Measure 3-3/4” from the back wall to the centerline of
a 6-1/2” hole on the ceiling.
NOTE: If drywall is not present, add drywall thickness to
the 3-3/4” dimension.
HOUSE WIRING LOCATION:
• The junction box is located on the top right side of the
hood.
• Wiring should enter the back wall 20” to 26” above the
bottom of the hood, and within 4” of the right side of the
centerline. Wiring should enter at least 4” above the
right side of the frame.
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UNDER-CABINET INSTALLATION
1 INSTALL FRAMING FOR HOOD
SUPPORT
IMPORTANT: Framing must be capable of
2 PREPARE THE HOOD
• Remove the hood from the box. Remove packaging
and tape.
supporting 100 lbs.
Electrical
panel
Remove 2 side
cover screws
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from rear
View
Rear
cleats
Cleats
• Remove one screw on each side of the cover on
the electrical panel. Lift off the cover and set aside
with screws.
1” x 6”
1"
6" min.
Min.
mounting
Mounting
support
Support
Junction box
Inside screw
Secure
electrical panel
with 3 screws
Centerline of
Centerline
of
Installation
installation
Space
space
If drywall is present, mark the screw hole locations for
the top mounting brackets. Remove the template.
• Cut away enough drywall to expose 2 vertical studs at
the bracket location indicated on the template.
• Install a horizontal support at least 1” x 6” between
two wall studs at the top bracket installation location.
The horizontal support must be flush with the room
side of the studs. Use cleats behind both sides of the
support to secure to wall studs.
• Reinstall drywall.
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• Stand the electrical panel upright.
• Align the screw holes in the bottom of the panel with
the holes on the base of the hood at the front side.
• Install 3 screws provided.
• Snap the damper into the
Install
exhaust outlet on the top of
damper
the hood.
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UNDER-CABINET INSTALLATION
3 CUT THE OPENING
4 INSTALL SIDE “L” BRACKETS
If the cabinet has been installed, remove it from the wall.
• Use the Top Cabinet Template to locate and cut a hole
in the bottom of the cabinet.
• If necessary, place the template on top of the cabinet
to accurately cut a matching hole.
• Install the cabinet onto the wall.
The cabinet must be firmly secured to the wall and be
capable of supporting 100 lbs.
INSTALL WOOD BLOCKS IF NECESSARY
• Install filler blocks whenever the cabinet frame hangs
below the cabinet bottom.
• Install filler blocks whenever the cabinet bottom is
less than 3/4” thick.
• Install the filler blocks on each side of the cutout. The
filler blocks will accept the hood mounting screws.
NOTE: Additional filler blocks may be required along the
outside edges to accept the outside screws. See Step 5.
Install 2 screws in
each bracket
• Install the “L” brackets onto each side of the cutout.
The wide flat portion should be on top of the opening.
Install 2 screws into the top of each bracket.
5 REMOVE SIDE SCREW
The top center screw on both sides of the hood can be
used to close up any noticeable gaps at the outside
edges. See illustration.
Cabinet Frame.
Cabinet Bottom Shelf
Filler Block
Equivalent to
Depth of Cabinet
Recess
Top of Vent
Hood
Remove screw cover
and screw
IMPORTANT: If filler blocks are not used, the hood may
not be secured to the cabinet.
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• Remove the center screw cover and screw on each
side as shown.
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ZE2160SF – GE Monogram® Microwave Oven
Dimensions (in inches)
25-1/2" ± 1/8"
Exterior Dimensions (in inches)
WxHxD
16-3/4" ± 1/16"
*Depth excludes handle.
Accessory Trim Kits
Top Duct
22" min. receptacle
in cabinet 19-1/2"
min. receptacle
outside cabinet
19-1/8"
Bracket
A
24 x 14 x 19-1/2*
“A”
Trim Kits
30" Deluxe
29-3/4"
JX2130SS
27" Deluxe
26-5/8"
JX2127SS
Note: JX2127SS or JX2130SS kit is required for in-cabinet
installation.
Installation Information: This information is not intended
to be used for installing unit described. Before installing,
consult installation instructions packed with product/kit
for current dimensional data.
Trim Strips
Installation option shown includes: ZE2160 full-size microwave oven
built-in with a JX2127SS trim kit above a GE Monogram 27" single
wall oven or a JX2130SS trim kit above a GE Monogram 30" single
wall oven.
R
For answers to your Monogram,® GE Profile™ or
GE appliance questions, visit our website at
GEAppliances.com or call
GE Answer Center® service, 800.626.2000.
Specification Created 2/03
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2 INSTALL BOTTOM BRACKET
AND BOTTOM DUCT
1 CUTOUT DIMENSIONS
Models
27″
30″
Height
16 ⁄ ″
16 ⁄ ″
Width
251⁄2″
251⁄2″
191⁄2″ or 22″
191⁄2″ or 22″
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Depth (min.)*
A Fit the tab on the bottom bracket into the slot on
the back of the bottom duct, and push down until
the bracket is flush with the bottom of the duct.
Fasten the bottom bracket to the bottom duct by
using two bronze round-head screws.
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B Disconnect the microwave oven before proceeding
with the installation.
* Min. depth with receptacle outside cabinet 191⁄2″
Min. depth with receptacle inside cabinet 22″
11⁄4″ overlap
Front
Depth
Rear
27″ Models: 9⁄16″ overlap
30″ Models: 21⁄8″ overlap
Height
Screws
C Remove any loose items inside the microwave
oven, including the turntable and turntable
support. Carefully turn the microwave oven
upside down.
D Line up the tabs on the bottom duct with the slots
on the bottom of the microwave and insert the
tabs into the slots. Secure the bottom duct with
four bronze round-head screws as shown.
Width
1″ Clearance beyond
Trim Frame
(on all sides)
1″ overlap
3″ min.
Screws
CAUTION
This trim kit uses air flow from the top, bottom and
sides of the trim frame. Blocking the air flow can
cause the microwave to function improperly and
may cause damage to the microwave.
Allow a 1″ clearance beyond the edge of the Trim
Frame to provide proper air flow.
Screws
On 27″ models, allow 11⁄4″ at the top, 9⁄16″ on the sides
and 1″ at the bottom for overlap of the Trim Frame
over the edges of the cutout.
On 30″ models, allow 11⁄4″ at the top, 21⁄8″ on the sides
and 1″ at the bottom for overlap of the Trim Frame
over the edges of the cutout.
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GE Monogram® 30” Built-In Double Oven
Dimensions and Installation Information (in inches)
23-1/2"
Min.
KW Rating
240V
208V
8.6
7.8
Locate Junction Box 47"
Above Cutout Floor, Within 5"
of Right Rear Wall
Breaker Size
240V
40 Amps
208V
40 Amps
Installation Flexibility
These ovens may be installed in combination with a Monogram
warming drawer.
51-13/16"
Min.
51-15/16"
Max.
28-1/2" Min.
28-5/8" Max.
52-7/8"
Note: Cabinets installed adjacent to wall ovens must have an
adhesion spec of at least a 194°F temperature rating.
12"
Installation Information: Before installing, consult installation
instructions
packedBox
with47"
product for current dimensional data.
Locate Junction
Above Cutout Floor, Within 5"
of Right Rear Wall
30"
23-1/4"
Recessed
Depth
29-3/4"
The solid bottom or runners must be level with the bottom of the
cutout, or the bottom trim may not install correctly and could
interfere with the door opening. If the cabinet does not have a
solid bottom, two braces or runners must be installed level with
the bottom of the cutout to support the weight of the oven. The
runners and braces must support 375lbs. (90 kg).
Min.
Max.
52-7/8"
23-1/4"
Recessed
Depth
Anti-Tip Block
Against Rear
Wall Per
Warming
Drawer
Requirement
2 (5.1 cm)
Min.
29-3/4"
For answers to your Monogram,® GE Profile™ or
GE® appliance questions, visit our website at
ge.com or call GE Answer Center® service,
800.626.2000.
Per Warming
Drawer
Requirement
NOTE: Install the
oven only with
specific models
listed on the label
located on top of
the oven.
1 (2.5 cm) Min. Above Toekick
Listed by
Underwriters
Laboratories
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
For Your Safety
• Be sure your oven is installed properly by
a qualified installer or service technician.
• Make sure the cabinets and wall coverings
around the oven can withstand the
temperatures (up to 200°F [93.3°C])
generated by the oven.
• Be sure the oven is securely installed in a
cabinet that is firmly attached to the house
structure. Weight on the oven door could
cause the oven to tip and result in injury.
Never allow anyone to climb, sit, stand or
hang on the oven door.
WARNING: The electrical
power to the oven supply line
must be shut off while line
connections are being made. Failure
to do so could result in serious injury
or death.
Electrical
Requirements
This appliance must be supplied with the
proper voltage and frequency and connected
to an individual, properly grounded branch
circuit, protected by a circuit breaker or fuse.
See the rating plate located on the oven frame
to determine the rating of the product. Use
the chart below to determine the minimum
recommended dedicated circuit protection.
KW Rating
240V
≤4.8 KW
4.9 KW–7.2 KW
7.3 KW–9.6 KW
9.7 KW–12.0 KW
KW Rating
208V
≤4.1 KW
4.3 KW–6.2 KW
6.3 KW–8.3 KW
8.4 KW–10.4 KW
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Circuit Size
(Dedicated)
20 Amp
30 Amp
40 Amp
50 Amp
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Electrical
Requirements (cont.)
Rating plate is located on the oven side trim,
side front frame or lower front frame.
Rating Plate
Location
We recommend you have the electrical
wiring and hookup of your oven connected by a
qualified electrician. After installation, have the
electrician show you where your main oven
disconnect is located.
Check with your local utilities for electrical
codes which apply in your area. Failure to wire
your oven according to governing codes could
result in a hazardous condition. If there are no
local codes, your oven must be wired and fused
to meet the requirements of the National
Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA No. 70–Latest
Edition. You can get a copy by writing:
National Fire Protection Association
Batterymarch Park
Quincy, MA 02269
Effective January 1, 1996, the National
Electrical Code requires that new, but not
existing, construction utilize a four-conductor
connection to an electric oven. When installing
an electric oven in new construction, a mobile
home, recreational vehicle or an area where
local codes prohibit grounding through the
neutral conductor, follow the instructions in
the section on NEW CONSTRUCTION AND
FOUR-CONDUCTOR BRANCH CIRCUIT
CONNECTION.
You must use a three-wire, single-phase A.C.
208Y/120 Volt or 240/120 Volt, 60 hertz
electrical system. If you connect to aluminum
wiring, properly installed connectors approved
for use with aluminum wiring must be used.
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A1
Cutout for Single Built-In Oven
Cutout
Width
CUTOUT
28 WIDTH
1/2” Min.
28 5/8”
1/2" MIN.
28
Max.
28 5/8"
MAX.cm)
(72.4
to 72.7
ALLOW 11/16" FOR
OVERLAP OF THE
Allow 11/16”
OVEN OVER SIDE
(1.75
for
EDGES
OFcm)
CUTOUT
overlap of oven
over side edges
of cutout
Opening
Between
THE
OPENING
Inside
Walls
BETWEEN INSIDE
Must Be
WALLS
MUST
BEAt
ATLeast
LEAST
28
281/2"WIDE
1/2”
(72.4 cm)
Wide
Junction Box
Location
(19.7 cm) (junction box
Max.
may be
located in
JUNCTION
adjacent BOX
LOCATION
cabinet)
7 3/4”
5"
Cutout
22"
TOcm) Min.
CUTOUT
22”
(55.9
Height
BOTTOM OF
HEIGHT
to
Bottom
JUNCTION
BOXof
27
1/4”MIN.
Min.
27 1/4"
Junction Box
27
275/16"
5/16”MAX.
Max.
(69.2 to 69.4 cm)
21”
21"
(53.3 cm)
ALLOW
AllowAaMINIMUM
minimum
OF 21"
ofFOR
21” CLEARANCE
(53.3 cm) for
TO ADJACENT CORNERS,
clearance
to adjacent
DRAWERS,
WALLS
ETC.
WHEN THE
DOORdrawers,
IS OPENED.
corners,
walls, etc. when
door is open
Allow
1”1"(2.5
cm)
ALLOW
FOR
OVERLAP for
minimum
ON OVENofTOP
overlap
oven
AND BOTTOM
topCUTOUT
and 11⁄4”
OF
(3.2 cm) overlap
of oven bottom
of
cutout
CABINET
WIDTH
Cabinet
30"
Width
30” (76.2 cm)
RECOMMENDED
CUTOUT
Recommended
LOCATION
cutout
location from
32 1/2"
floor
32 THE
1/2” (82.6 cm)
FROM
FLOOR
30” (76.2 cm)
Recommended
Cutout Location
from Floor
32 1/2” (82.6 cm)
Cutout Depth
23 1/2” (59.7 cm) Min.
Cutout Width
28 1/2” (72.4 cm) Min.
28 5/8” (72.7 cm) Max.
Cutout Height
27 1/4” (69.2 cm) Min.
27 5/16” (69.4 cm) Max.
NOTE: If the cabinet does
not have a front frame and
the sides are less than 3/4”
(1.9 cm) thick, shim both
sides equally to establish
the cutout width.
If the cabinet does not have a solid bottom,
two braces or runners must be installed
level with the bottom of the cutout to
support the weight of the oven. For single
ovens, the runners and braces must
support 200 lbs. (90 kg).
NOTE: If marks, blemishes or the
cutout opening are visible above the
installed oven, it may be necessary to
add wood shims under the runners and
front trim until the marks or opening
are covered.
Cabinet Width
CL
2"Install
x 4" or a
EQUIVALENT
solid bottom
RUNNERS
or 2” x 4”
(5 cm x 10 cm)
or equivalent
runners level
with bottom
of cutout
Suitable
Bracing
to Support
Runners
21
215/8"
5/8”
OVER CENTERLINE
cm)
OF(54.9
CABINET
Over Centerline
of Cabinet
Side by Side Installations
Install two wall ovens in separate cutouts.
Allow 2″ (5.1 cm) min. between cutouts.
Cutout –
Observe all
dimensions
and
requirements.
2″ (5.1 cm)
Min.
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The solid bottom or runners must be level
with the bottom of the cutout, or the bottom
trim may not install correctly and then
interfere with the door opening.
This oven is not approved for
stackable installation.
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A2
Cutout for Double Built-In Oven
Cutout
Width
28 1/2”
CUTOUT
(72.4
cm) Min.
WIDTH
28 1/2"
MIN.
28 5/8”
28 5/8"
MAX.
(72.7
cm)
Max.
7 3/4”
(19.7 cm)
Max.
Cabinet Width 30” (76.2 cm)
5"
Junction Box
JUNCTION
BOX
Location
LOCATION
ALLOW 11/16"
FOR OVERLAP
Allow
OF THE11/16”
OVEN
OVER
(1.8SIDE
cm) EDGES
for
OF CUTOUT
overlap
of oven
over side edges
of cutout
Allow a minimum
ALLOW A MINIMUM OF 21"
of 21” (53.3 cm) for
FOR CLEARANCE TO
clearance to adjacent
ADJACENT CORNERS,
corners, drawers,
DRAWERS, WALLS ETC.
walls,
etc.
when
WHEN
THE
DOOR
door is
open
IS OPENED.
Recommended
Cutout
Location
from Floor
12” (30.5 cm)
Cutout Depth 23 1/2” (59.7 cm) Min.
Opening
Between
Inside Walls
Must Be
At Least
THE
OPENING
BETWEEN
28 1/2” INSIDE
WALLS
MUST
(72.4 cm)
BE AT LEAST
Wide
28 1/2"WIDE
Allow 1” (2.5 cm)
minimum for
overlap of oven
ALLOW
1" FOR
top and
11⁄4”
OVERLAP
(3.2
cm) overlap
ON OVEN TOP
of oven
bottom
AND
BOTTOM
cutout
OFof
CUTOUT
Cutout Width 28 1/2” (72.4 cm) Min.
28 5/8” (72.7 cm) Max.
Cutout
Height
51 13/16”
CUTOUT
(131.6
cm) Min.
HEIGHT
51
15/16”MIN.
51 13/16"
(131.8
cm)
Max.
51
15/16"
MAX.
47”47"
(119.4
cm) Min.
TO
to Bottom
BOTTOM
OF of
JUNCTION
BOX
Junction
Box
Cutout Height 51 13/16” (131.6 cm) Min.
51 15/16” (131.8 cm) Max.
NOTE: If the cabinet does
not have a front frame and the
sides are less than 3/4” (1.9 cm)
thick, shim both sides equally
to establish the cutout width.
21”
21"
(53.3 cm)
30”
30"
(76.2
cm)
CABINET
Cabinet
WIDTH
Recommended
cutout
RECOMMENDED
CUTOUT
LOCATION
location
from
floor
12"(30.5
FROM
THE FLOOR
12”
cm)
CL
or 2” x 4”
(5 cm x 10 cm)
or equivalent
runners level
with bottom
of cutout
Width
If the cabinet does not have a solid bottom,
two braces or runners must be installed
level with the bottom of the cutout to
Suitable
support the weight of the oven. For double Bracing
to Support
ovens, the runners and braces must
UITABLE
Runners
RACING
support 375 lbs. (169 kg).
O SUPPORT
UNNERS
NOTE: If marks, blemishes or the
cutout opening are visible above the
installed oven, it may be necessary to
add wood shims under the runners and
front trim until the marks or opening
are covered.
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Install
2"
x 4" or a
EQUIVALENT
solid bottom
RUNNERS
21
5/8”
21 5/8"
OVER
CENTERLINE
(54.9
cm)
OF CABINET
Over Centerline
of Cabinet
The solid bottom or runners must be level
with the bottom of the cutout, or the bottom
trim may not install correctly and then
interfere with the door opening.
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A3
Cutout for Single Built-In Oven
Under Counter
Gas or electric cooktops may
be installed over this oven.
See cooktop installation
instructions for cutout size.
See label on top of oven for
approved cooktop models.
240V / 208V
Junction Box
Location (junction
box may be in
adjacent cabinet)
25”
(63.5 cm)
Top and/or side fillers
may be necessary
if unit is positioned
between existing
cabinets. Be sure
they are attached
securely, since they
will anchor the oven
in the cabinet.
28 1/2”
(72.4 cm) Min.
28 5/8”
(72.6 cm) Max.
7 3/4”
(19.7 cm)
Max.
Allow 1” (2.5 cm)
overlap top of
oven and
11/16” (1.8 cm)
overlap side
edges of
cutout
27 1/4”
(69.2 cm) Min.
27 5/16”
(69.4 cm) Max.
Gas and electrical connections for
30” (76.2 cm) gas cooktop must be
located in an adjacent accessible
location to the right. For 36” (91.4 cm)
gas cooktop, the connections may be
made to the left.
22” (55.9 cm)
Min. Above
Support
Platform
36” (91.4 cm)
Typical
Countertop
Height
24”
(61 cm)
4” (10.2 cm)
Typical
Toekick
3/4” (1.9 cm)
Support Platform
Required
Must
match
toekick
height
MUST SUPPORT 200 LBS.
(90 KG)
Side by Side Installations
Install two wall ovens in separate cutouts.
Allow 2″ (5.1 cm) min. between cutouts.
Cutout –
Observe all
dimensions
and
requirements.
2″ (5.1 cm)
Min.
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installed under the specific models as
labeled on this unit.
Cutout –
Observe all
dimensions
and
requirements.
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A4 Single Oven Cutout
A5
for Installation Over
a Monogram Warming
Drawer
Double Oven Cutout
for Installation Over
a Monogram Warming
Drawer
Anti-Tip Block Against
Rear Wall Per Warming
Drawer Requirement
Anti-Tip Block
Against Rear
Wall Per
Warming
Drawer
Requirement
2” (5.1 cm) Min.
2” (5.1 cm)
Min.
NOTE: Install the
oven only with
specific models
listed on the label
located on top of Per Warming
the oven.
Drawer
Requirement
Per Warming
Drawer
Requirement
1” (2.5 cm) Min. Above Toekick or
Adjust to Oven Installation Height
1” (2.5 cm) Min. Above Toekick
NOTE: Additional clearances between cutouts
may be required. Check to be sure the oven
supports above the Warming Drawer location
do not obstruct the required interior depth and
height.
A6
• When installing a Monogram Warming
Drawer below a single or double oven, a
separate 120V, 60 Hz, properly grounded
receptacle must be installed. Refer to
installation instructions packed with the
Warming Drawer for specific installation
requirements.
Cutout for Frameless Cabinets
30”
(76.2 cm)
Frameless Cabinets
Whenever possible, order 30” (76.2 cm)
frameless cabinet with the cutout sided to fit
the oven. If using stock cabinets, additional
finished filler pieces may be required to
cover the opening.
• A stock frameless cabinet cutout width
may be up to 28 3/4” (73 cm). If necessary,
add 1/2” (1.3 cm) cleats to the sides, flush
with the front edge of the side panels to
accept mounting screws.
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Install 1/2”
(1.3 cm)
Cleats to
Hold Oven
Mounting
Screws
Double
51 15/16” (131.8 cm)
Single
27 5/16” (69.2 cm)
28 1/2” (72.4 cm)
Min.
28 5/8” (72.7 cm)
Max.
Cabinet Depth
23 1/2” (59.7 cm)
Min. From Inside
Back to Front of
Cabinet Frame
or Side Panel
3/4” (1.9 cm) Min.
Thick Bottom Shelf
Cut Back Flush
with Front of
Side Panel
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A7 Single Oven Cutout
A8
for Installation Below
a Monogram Advantium
or Microwave Oven
Per Advantium or
Microwave Oven
Requirement
Single Oven Cutout for
Installation Between a
Monogram Advantium or
Microwave Oven and a
Monogram Warming Drawer
Per Advantium or
Microwave Oven
Requirement
2” (5.1 cm) Min.
Note: Install the
oven only with
specific models
listed on the label
located on top of
the oven.
2” (5.1 cm) Min.
2” (5.1 cm) Min.
Per Warming Drawer
Requirement
NOTE: The middle rail separating the two
openings may need to be larger than the 2”
(5.1 cm) minimum shown. Always refer to the
individual installation instructions packed with
each product for specific requirements.
Combined Advantium or
Microwave Oven and Wall Oven
Installation:
When installed in combination with a
Monogram single wall oven, use separate
electrical junction boxes.
• Refer to the Advantium or microwave
oven installation instructions for electrical
requirements of that product.
• These connections must be made
by a qualified electrician. All electrical
connections must meet National Electrical
Code or prevailing local codes.
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NOTE: Additional clearances may be
required. Check to be sure the oven
supports above the Warming Drawer
do not obstruct the required interior depth
and height. The middle rail separating the
openings may need to be larger than the
2” (5.1 cm) minimum shown. Always refer to
the individual installation instructions packed
with each product for specific requirements.
Warming Drawer Combined
with Advantium or Microwave
Oven and Single Oven:
Install a separate 120V, 60Hz, properly
grounded receptacle. See installation
instructions packed with each product
for specific requirements.
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B
Electrical Connections
ATTENTION INSTALLER
All electric wall ovens must be hard wired
(direct wired) into an approved junction
box. A plug and receptacle is NOT permitted
on these products.
B1
Turn off the circuit breaker or remove
fuses to the oven branch circuit.
B2
With the oven supported on a table
or platform in front of the cabinet
opening, connect the flexible conduit
to the electrical junction box as shown
below. Position the conduit in such a
manner that it will lie on top of the
oven in a natural loop when the oven
is installed. You will need to purchase
an appropriate strain relief clamp to
complete the connection of the conduit
to the junction box.
DO NOT shorten the flexible conduit.
The conduit strain relief clamp must be
securely attached to the junction box
and the flexible conduit must be securely
attached to the clamp. If the flexible
conduit will not fit within the clamp, do not
install the oven until a clamp of the proper
size is obtained.
NOTE TO ELECTRICIAN: The 3 power
leads supplied with this appliance are
UL recognized for connection to heavier
gauge household wiring. The insulation
of these 3 leads is rated at temperatures
much higher than the temperature rating
of household wiring. The current carrying
capacity of the conductor is governed
by the wire gauge and the temperature
rating of the insulation around the wire.
Junction Box
Location
GROUND
WIRE
Conduit
BARE
GROUND
RED
WHITE
BLACK
WARNING: Improper
connection of aluminum house
wiring to copper leads can
result in an electrical hazard or fire.
Use only connectors designed for
joining copper to aluminum and follow
the manufacturer’s recommended
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support to assist in
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ZISP420DXSS
GE Monogram® 42" Built-In Professional Side-by-Side Refrigerator
with Dispenser and Water Filter
The Installation Space
Dimensions and Installation Information (in inches)
41"
Case Width
*84" from
Floor to
Top Frame
*83-1/2"
at
Rear
* Shipping height.
The refrigerator
can be adjusted to
fit into
cutout that
* Shipping
height.aThe
refrigerator
can be adjusted
is 83-1/2"
min. to
to fit into a cutout that is
84-1/2”
max.
height.
83-1/2" min. to 84-1/2" max.
height.
Note that
thethe
top top
Note
that
case trim at the front is
caseand
trim
at the
1/2" higher
will overlap
is or1/2"
upperfront
cabinetry
sofit. higher
Use leveling
legs and
wheels
and will
overlap
for a maximum 1" height
upper cabinetry or
adjustment.
soffit. Use leveling
legs and wheels
for a maximum 1"
height adjustment.
36" Models 12"
42" Models 18"
48" Models 20"
25-3/4" Case Depth
42" Frame to
Frame Width
*Finished Width
84-1/2" max
83-1/2" min
Finished
Opening
90° Door Swing
130° Door Swing
13"
19"
23-7/8"
Behind
Frame
26-5/8"
5" Min.
to Wall
Allow minimum clearances for freezer door and fresh food
door for a full 130° door swing and to allow for pan removal.
5" minimum clearance is required when door swing is
adjusted to 90°. If the 90° door stop position is used, pan
access is maintained, but pan removal is restricted.
Installation Information: Before installing, consult
installation instructions packed with product, or online
at Monogram.com, for current dimensional data.
For answers to your Monogram,® GE Profile™ or
GE® appliance questions, visit our website at
ge.com or call GE Answer Center® service,
800.626.2000.
Mfr Guide
75" From Floor
to Bottom
of Electrical
Area
5" Water Supply 5"
3-1/2"
3-1/2"
Water and electrical locations
The opening must be prepared with the electrical and water
supply located as shown.
The cutout depth must be 24".
The refrigerator will project forward, slightly beyond
adjacent cabinetry, depending on your installation.
696Dia15
The cutout depth beneath a soffit:
When installed beneath a soffit, the soffit cannot exceed the
24" installation depth shown. The top case trim overlaps the
bottom of the soffit.
Frameless cabinets:
The case trim overlaps cabinets at the top and sides.
Therefore, frameless cabinets may require filler strips to
prevent interference with cabinet door swing. The opening
must allow for filler strips.
Additional Specifications
• A 115 volt 60Hz., 15 or 20 amp power supply is required.
An individual properly grounded branch circuit or circuit
breaker is recommended. Install a properly grounded 3prong electrical receptacle recessed into the back wall.
Electrical must be located on rear wall as shown.
Note: GFI (ground fault interrupter) is not recommended.
• Water line can enter the opening through the floor or back
wall. The water line should be 1/4" O.D. copper tubing or
GE SmartConnect™ kit between the cold water line and
water connection location, long enough to extend to the
front of the refrigerator. Installation of an easily accessible
shut off valve in the water line is recommended.
Listed by
Underwriters
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24"
28-11/16" Depth Including Handles
Product Clearances
These refrigerators are equipped with a 2 position door stop.
The factory set 130° door swing can be adjusted to 90° if
clearance to adjacent cabinets or walls is restricted.
6"
Electrical
Area
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As an Energy Star®
partner, GE has determined
that this product meets the
Energy Star guidelines
for energy efficiency.
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THE INSTALLATION SPACE
DIMENSIONS AND CLEARANCES
36" Models 12"
42" Models 18"
48" Models 20"
25-3/8" Framed Models
25-3/4" Stainless Steel Models
* Shipping height. The
refrigerator can be
adjusted to fit into a
cutout that is 83-1/2"
min. to 84-1/2" max.
*84" From height. Note that the
Floor to
top case trim at the
Top Frame
front is 1/2" higher
and will overlap
upper cabinetry or
soffit. Use leveling
legs and wheels for a
maximum 1” height
adjustment.
35", 41", or 47"
Case Width
*Finished Width
84 1/2" max
83 1/2" min
Finished
Opening
6"
Electrical
Area
75" From Floor
to Bottom
of Electrical
Area
24"
5"
*83-1/2"
at
Rear
5"
Water Supply 5"
3 1/2"
36", 42" or 48"
Frame to Frame
3 1/2"
Depth Including Handles:
26-7/8" Framed Models
27-3/4" Stainless Steel Models
28-11/16" Professional Models
*The finished cutout width must be:
35-1/2" for 36" models
41-1/2" for 42" models
47-1/2" for 48" models
Product Clearances
These refrigerators are equipped with a 2-position door
stop. The factory-set 130° door swing can be adjusted
to 90° if clearance to adjacent cabinets or walls
is restricted.
Water And Electrical Locations
The opening must be prepared with the electrical
and the cold water supply located as shown.
The cutout depth must be 24"
The refrigerator will project forward, slightly beyond
adjacent cabinetry, depending on your installation.
130° Door Swing
90° Door Swing
B
A
90° Door Swing
Cutout depth beneath a soffit:
When installed beneath a soffit, the soffit cannot
exceed the 24" installation depth shown. The top case
trim overlaps the bottom of the soffit.
23-7/8"
Behind
Frame
C
Additional Specifications
• A 115 volt 60Hz., 15 or 20 amp power supply is
required. An individual properly grounded branch
circuit or circuit breaker is recommended. Install
a properly grounded 3-prong electrical receptacle
recessed into the back wall. Electrical must be
located on the rear wall as shown.
NOTE: GFI (ground fault interrupter) is not
recommended.
• The water line can enter the opening through
the floor or back wall. The water line should be 1/4"
O.D. copper tubing or GE SmartConnect™ kit between
the cold water line and water connection location,
long enough to extend to the front of the refrigerator.
Installation of an easily accessible shut-off valve
in the water line is required.
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36"
42"
48"
A
13"
13"
15"
B
15"
19"
20"
C
20-5/8"
26-5/8"
28-5/8"
*Min. Distance
to Wall
*4" Stainless and
Trimmed Models.
5" Pro Series
Allow minimum clearances for the freezer door
(Dimension A) and fresh food door (Dimension B)
for a full 130° door swing and to allow for pan removal.
For a 90° door swing, allow 4" min. clearance to a wall,
for framed and stainless steel models. Allow 5" min.
clearance for professional series models. If the 90° door
stop position is used, pan access is maintained, but pan
removal is restricted.
See the illustrations on pages 4 and 5 to determine door
swing interaction with adjacent cabinets or countertops.
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Refrigerator
Frameless Cabinets: The case trim overlaps
cabinets at the top and sides. Therefore,
frameless cabinets may require filler strips
to prevent interfeence with cabinet door
swing. The opening must allow for filler strips.
23-7/8" From
Rear of
Refrigerator
2"
1"
Case
Trim
1/2"
1/4"
3"
1-3/4"
3/4"
1-1/2"
2-3/4"
2-1/2"
1-1/4"
2-1/4"
1/4"
1/2"
3/4"
1"
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tee
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ain
St
3/4" Overlay
Panel
(Nominal Size)
Door
1/4"
1/2"
3/4"
1"
1-1/4"
Top View
130° DOOR SWING
(factory setting)
Scale 1:1
IMPORTANT NOTE –
FOR DISPENSER MODELS:
Dispenser models are supplied with two
dispenser trims, one to fit framed panels
and one for overlay panels. Dispenser trim
fit to the custom panel depends on correct
panel thickness. Framed panels must be
1/4" nominal. Overlay panels should be
constructed as shown to accomplish a total
1.100" thickness. See pages 7 and 8 for details.
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Frameless Cabinets:
The case trim overlaps
cabinets at the top
and sides. Therefore,
frameless cabinets may
require filler strips to
prevent interference
with cabinet door swing.
The opening must allow
for filler strips.
Refrigerator
Case Trim
23-7/8"
From Rear of
Refrigerator
1/4"
1/2"
3/4"
1"
1-1/4"
1-1/2"
Door
IMPORTANT NOTE –
FOR DISPENSER MODELS:
Dispenser models are supplied
with two dispenser trims, one to fit
framed panels and one for overlay
panels. Dispenser trim fit to the
custom panel depends on correct
panel thickness. Framed panels
must be 1/4" nominal. Overlay
panels should be constructed as
shown to accomplish a total 1.100"
thickness. See pages 7 and 8 for
details.
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Top View
90° DOOR SWING
(optional setting)
Scale 1:1
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3/4" Overlay
Panel
(Nominal Size)
1/4"
1/2"
3/4"
1"
1-1/4"
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CUSTOMIZATION BASICS:
Framed Or Overlay Panels, Custom Handles and Accessory Kits
Professional Style Stainless Steel Refrigerators
Stainless steel wrapped refrigerators have beveled edges
and professional-style handles. These models are shipped
ready for installation.
Overlay panels
You may also choose to install custom overlay panels
from your cabinet manufacturer. This design provides
a seamless appearance which integrates smoothly with
surrounding cabinetry.
Stainless Steel Wrapped Refrigerators
Stainless Steel wrapped refrigerators have wrapped doors
and grille panel, beveled edges, and tubular stainless steel
handles that coordinate with other Monogram appliances.
These models are shipped ready for installation.
Trimmed Refrigerators
Trimmed refrigerators are designed to be customized
with decorative panels. Field installed custom door
and grille panels are required.
3/4" Overlay Panel
.10" Thick Spacer Panel
1/4" Thick Backer Panel
Framed panels
You may install 1/4" thick custom panels from
your cabinet manufacturer. The decorative panel slides
into the factory installed trim. Order black or stainless steel
accessory panels from your Monogram dealer.
Standard Door Handles
Standard supplied handles shown in 3/4" overlay panel position.
Door Handles
The standard supplied handles can be adjusted to
accommodate both framed or overlay panels. Custom
handles of your choice, supplied by your cabinet maker
can also be installed on 3/4" overlay panels. If desired,
you may order ZKHSS2 Monogram stainless steel
tubular handle kit for 3/4" overlay panels.
Side Panels
Side panels must be used whenever the sides
of the refrigerator will be exposed.
Framed Panel
Standard Door Handles
Standard supplied handles shown in 1/4" panel position.
Optional Accessory Kits
ZKHSS2: Monogram Tubular Stainless Steel handles
designed to fit 3/4" overlay panels.
Accessory Panels
Black and stainless steel accessory panels are available
from your Monogram dealer. Panels are cut to size and
ready to install.
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ZISW480D
ZISB480D
ZIS480N
ZISW420D
ZISB420D
ZIS420N
ZISW360D
ZISB360D
ZIS360N
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Black
Acrylic
ZPB480D
ZPB480N
ZPB420D
ZPB420N
ZPB360D
ZPB360N
Stainless
Steel
ZPS480D
ZPS480D
ZPS480N
ZPS420D
ZPS420D
ZPS420N
ZPS360D
ZPS360D
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1/4" FRAMED PANEL DIMENSIONS
5/16"
Trim
Reveal
Door
If you choose to install framed panels, they must
be cut to the dimensions shown. The panels will slide
into the frame on the door and grille.
1/4"
Panel
Non-Dispenser Models
If the custom panel is less than 1/4" thick and it fits
loosely in the door frame it can be backed up with
a piece of filler material or foam tape to improve
the fit.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Maximum total panel weight:
• Fresh food door panel – 75 lbs.
• Freezer door panel – 53 lbs.
• Grille Panel – 18 lbs.
IMPORTANT NOTE – DISPENSER MODELS
The refrigerator is supplied with two dispenser trims,
one for framed panels and one for overlay panels.
• If the panel is less than 0.250" thick, a noticeable gap
may be created around the dispenser trim. Foam
tape may be applied on the door to improve the fit.
• If the panel is more than 0.250" thick, the dispenser
trim cannot be secured to the door.
See Dispenser Trim Fit Example, page 9.
Dispenser Cutout
A
Grille Panel
The framed panel must be 1/4" nominal thickness to fit
the dispenser trim.
B
15-3/8"
Dispenser
Cutout
F
9-5/8"
C
G
Freezer
Panel
Fresh Food
Panel
D
E
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A
36” Models
33-7/8
42” Models
39-7/8
48” Models
45-7/8
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B
9
9-1/2
9-1/2
C
68-3/8
68-3/8
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D
14-9/16
14-9/16
18-9/16
E
18-9/16
24-9/16
26-9/16
F
17-13/16
17-13/16
17-13/16
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3/4" OVERLAY PANEL DIMENSIONS
Overlay Panel
Door
For a more custom appearance, overlay panels may
be installed on trimmed models. The overlay panel must
be secured to a 1/4" thick backer panel which slides into
the trim. A spacer panel 0.10" thick must be placed
between the overlay and backer panel.
Assemble the panels with glue and screws:
• Center the spacer panel on the backer panel, left to
right and top to bottom. Secure the panels with glue.
• Center the spacer and backer panel on the overlay
panel and secure with glue and screws. Screws must
be countersunk into the backer panel.
1/4"
Backer
Panel
Grille Panel
B
F
.10"
Spacer
• The overlay panel must be constructed according to
the specifications shown to achieve the correct total
thickness.
• Alternative panel construction methods such as
securing a 3/4" panel to a 1/4" backer panel cannot
be used. Another method, routing a 3/4" thick panel
on all sides, cannot be used. These methods will not
result in the required 1.100" panel thickness.
When a raised panel design is to be used, a custom
middle rail is required. See page 9 for details.
*Cut the dispenser opening after the backer, spacer and overlay
panels have been assembled.
15-3/8"
Dispenser
Cutout
NOTE: Left-to-right offset is not
always equal to top-to-bottom
offset.
.250" + .10" + .750" = 1.100" Total Panel Thickness
See Dispenser Trim Fit Example, page 9.
Dispenser Cutout
Spacer Panel
Backer Panel
IMPORTANT NOTE – DISPENSER MODELS
The refrigerator is supplied with two dispenser trims,
one for framed panels and one for overlay panels. The
overlay dispenser trim is designed to fit a total panel
thickness of 1.100".
• If the panel is less than 1.100" a noticeable gap may
be created around the dispenser trim.
• If the panel is more than 1.100" the dispenser trim
cannot be secured to the door.
A
3/4"
Overlay
Panel
IMPORTANT NOTE: Maximum total weight for the assembled
panels:
• Fresh food door panel – 75 lbs.
• Freezer door panel – 53 lbs.
• Grille Panel – 18 lbs.
9-5/8"
C
G
Freezer
Panel
Fresh Food
Panel
D
E
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36” Side-by-Side (in inches)
A
1/4” Backer Panel
33-7/8
.10” Spacer Panel
33
3/4" Overlay Panel 34-1/8
B
9
8-3/8
9-1/4
C
68-3/8
67
68-5/8
D
14-9/16
13-1/4
14-13/16
E
F
18-9/16
17-1/4
18-13/16 17-15/16
42” Side-by-Side (in inches)
A
1/4” Backer Panel
39-7/8
.10” Spacer Panel
39
3/4" Overlay Panel 40-1/8
B
9-1/2
8-5/8
9-3/4
C
68-3/8
67
68-5/8
D
14-9/16
13-1/4
14-13/16
E
F
24-9/16
23-1/4
24-13/16 17-15/16
48” Side-by-Side (in inches)
A
1/4” Backer Panel
45-7/8
.10” Spacer Panel
45
3/4" Overlay Panel 46-1/8
B
9-1/2
8-5/8
9-3/4
C
68-3/8
67
68-5/8
D
18-9/16
17-1/4
18-13/16
E
F
26-9/16
25-1/4
26-13/16 17-15/16
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DISPENSER MODELS:
RAISED OVERLAY PANEL DESIGN
1/4" Backer Panel
.10" Spacer
3/4" Overlay Panel
When a raised panel design is to be used,
a custom wide middle rail is required to accept
the dispenser trim.
• The middle rail must be wide enough to allow
for the dispenser trim to overlap the opening.
• The middle rail must be 1.100" total thickness
to accept the dispenser trim.
Dispenser
Trim
Wide
Middle
Rail is
Required
16-3/4"
10-5/8"
DISPENSER TRIM FIT EXAMPLES:
(NOT TO SCALE)
1/4" FRAMED PANEL
• The dispenser trim fits over the custom
panel and snaps into the freezer door.
• The clips will not engage the door
if the panel is more than 0.250" thick.
• If the panel is less than 0.250" thick,
a noticeable gap may be created
around the dispenser trim.
1/4"
Framed
Panel
FREEZER DOOR
0.250"
Thick
Ice / Water Dispenser
1/4" Dispenser Trim
3/4" OVERLAY PANEL
• The dispenser trim fits over the custom
panel and snaps into the freezer door.
• The clips will not engage the door
if the panel is more than 1.100" thick.
• If the panel is less than 1.100" thick,
a noticeable gap may be created
around the dispenser trim.
1/4" Backer Panel
FREEZER DOOR
1.100"
Total Thickness
.10" Spacer
Panel
3/4" Overlay
Panel
Ice / Water Dispenser
3/4" Overlay Dispenser Trim
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24"
SIDE PANELS
Side panels must be used
whenever the sides of the
refrigerator will be exposed.
The 1/4" side panels will slip
into the side case trim.
Secure the panels to the
refrigerator with stick-on
*84"
hook and loop fastener
strips. Order the side
panels from the cabinet
manufacturer.
• Cut a notch in the top
front corner as shown
to allow clearance for
corner keys in the front
side trim.
HARDWARE SUPPLIED
3/16"
1-7/8"
• Water filter bypass plug
• Anti-Tip brackets
• 1/4" nut and ferrule
• Dispenser trims for 1/4" and 3/4" overlay panels
(for use with Custom Panel models).
• Aluminum cover trim for 3/4" overlay panels
with custom handles. Includes 22 flat head screws
and 4 endcaps.
FLOORING
*3" to 4"
2-9/16"
* Depending on installation height.
TOOLS AND MATERIALS REQUIRED
• Tinsnips to cut banding
• Stepladder
• 1" Bit extenion
• Tape measure
• Gloves
• 1/4" Drywall screws
• 5-Gal. Bucket with cover
• 6" Spirit level
• Appliance hand truck
• Tubing cutter
• 7/16" open-end wrench
• #2 Phillips screwdriver
• Drill and appropriate bits
• 5/16", 7/16" socket
• Safety glasses
• 1-1/8" open end wrench
• Pliers
• 1/4", 5/16" Combo Rachet
• 35" long 2x4 for Anti-Tip support
• 1/4" copper water line tubing or GE SmartConnect™
Refrigerator Tubing kits
• Water shut-off valve
• Custom panels for doors and grille panel
• Screws to secure refrigerator to cabinetry
• Stick-on hook and loop fastener strips for
1/4" side panels
For proper installation, this refrigerator must be placed
on a level surface of hard material that is at the same
height as the rest of the flooring. This surface should
be strong enough to support a fully loaded refrigerator,
or approximately 1,500 lbs.
NOTE: Protect the finish of the flooring. Cut a large
section of the cardboard carton and place under
the refrigerator where you are working.
GROUNDING THE REFRIGERATOR
IMPORTANT – (Please read carefully)
FOR PERSONAL SAFETY, THIS APPLIANCE MUST
BE PROPERLY GROUNDED.
The power cord of this appliance is equipped
with a 3-prong (grounding) plug which mates
with a standard 3-prong (grounding) wall receptacle
to minimize the possibility of electric shock hazard
from this appliance.
Have the wall outlet and circuit checked by
a qualified electrician to make sure the outlet
is properly grounded.
Where a standard 2-prong wall outlet is encountered,
it is your personal responsibility and obligation
to have it replaced with a properly grounded
3-prong wall outlet.
DO NOT, UNDER
ANY CIRCUMSTANCES,
CUT OR REMOVE
THE THIRD (GROUND) PRONG
FROM THE POWER CORD.
DO NOT USE AN ADAPTER PLUG TO CONNECT
THE REFRIGERATOR TO A 2-PRONG OUTLET.
DO NOT USE AN EXTENSION CORD WITH THIS
APPLIANCE.
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• Remove the six 7/16"
bolts securing the straps
to the skid.
STEP 1 REMOVE PACKAGING
CAUTION:
The refrigerator is much heavier at
the top than at the bottom—be careful when moving.
When using a hand truck, handle from the side only.
Toekick
CAUTION:
PRUDENCE:
Le réfrigérateur est beaucoup
plus lourd en haut qu’en bas. Il faut être prudent lors
des déplacements. Si un diable est utilisé, il faut soulever
le réfrigérateur sur le côté seulement.
• Carefully cut banding at the top and bottom,
remove the outer carton.
• Slide out the back corner posts (2).
• Slide the carton off the top of the cabinet.
NOTE: IT IS NOT NECESSARY TO LAY THE CABINET DOWN
IN ORDER TO REMOVE THE SKID!
• The unit is secured to the skid with 4 slotted
tie-down straps. Remove the six 7/16" bolts
from the base channels in the tie-downs.
DO NOT
ATTEMPT TO ROLL UNIT
OFF SKID.
Remove
Tie Downs
PRUDENCE: IL NE
FAUT PAS ESSAYER DE FAIRE
ROULER LE RÉFRIGÉRATEUR
POUR L’ENLEVER DE LAY
PALETTE.
• The support blocks on the bottom of the refrigeration
case must be removed before the refrigerator is
taken off the skid or damage will occur. Carefully
tilt the refrigerator and slide the blocks out from
beneath.
• Remove the toekick and set aside for final installation.
• Lift the refrigerator off the skid with an appliance
dolly. Handle from the sides.
STEP 2 MOVE THE REFRIGERATOR INTO THE HOUSE
• Re-use the corner posts from the packaging to protect stainless steel models. Run the appliance dolly straps over
the posts and under the handles.
• Leave the protective film on the refrigerator until installation is complete.
IMPORTANT: Never lift the refrigerator by the handle or push against the grill panel; this could cause damage
or misalignment.
• Avoid laying the unit on its back or side to prevent sealed system restrictions.
STEP 3 INSTALL WATER LINE
• A cold water supply is required for automatic
icemaker operation. The water pressure must
be between 40 and 120 p.s.i.
• Route 1/4" OD copper or GE SmartConnect™
plastic tubing between house cold water line
and the water connection location.
• The tubing should be long enough to extend
to the front of the refrigerator. Allow enough tubing
to accommodate the bend leading into the water line
connection.
NOTE: The only GE approved plastic tubing is supplied
in the GE SmartConnect™ Refrigerator Tubing kits.
Do not use any other plastic water supply line because
the line is under pressure at all times. Other types
of plastic may crack or rupture with age and cause
water damage to your home.
GE SmartConnect™ Refrigerator Tubing Kits are
available in the following lengths:
2' (.6 m)
WX08X10002
6' (1.8 m) WX08X10006
15' (4.6 m) WX08X10015
25' (7.6 m) WX08X10025
Floor
Cold Water Line
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