Installation Instructions Island Vent Hoods Models:

Installation Instructions Island Vent Hoods Models:
Installation
Instructions
If you have questions, call 800.GE.CARES or visit our website at: monogram.com
Island Vent Hoods
Models:
ZV42I
ZV54I
Safety Information
READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
BEFORE YOU BEGIN
Read these instructions completely and carefully.
•
IMPORTANT³Save these instructions for
local inspector’s use.
•
IMPORTANT³Observe all governing codes
and ordinances.
• Note to Installer³ Be sure to leave these
instructions with the Consumer.
• Note to Consumer³ Keep these instructions
with your Owner’s Manual for future reference.
• Skill Level³Installation of this appliance requires
basic mechanical and electrical skills.
• Completion Time³WR+RXUV
• Proper installation is the responsibility of the installer.
Product failure due to improper installation is not
covered under the warranty.
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CAUTION:
Due to the weight and size of these vent hoods and
to reduce the risk of personal injury or damage to the
product, THREE PEOPLE ARE REQUIRED FOR PROPER
INSTALLATION.
WARNING:
To reduce the risk of fire or electrical shock, do not
use this range hood with any external solid-state speed
control device. Any such alteration from original factory
wiring could result in damage to the unit and/or create
an electrical safety hazard.
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, USE ONLY METAL DUCTWORK.
WARNING:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF
FIRE, ELECTRICAL SHOCK OR INJURY TO PERSONS,
OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING:
A. Use this unit only in the manner intended
by the manufacturer. If you have any questions, contact the manufacturer.
B. Before servicing or cleaning the unit, switch
the power off at the service panel and lock the service disconnecting means to prevent the power from
being switched on accidentally. When the service disconnecting means cannot be locked, securely fasten
a prominent warning device,
such as a tag, to the service panel.
CAUTION:
FOR GENERAL VENTILATING
USE ONLY. DO NOT USE TO EXHAUST HAZARDOUS
MATERIALS, EXPLOSIVE MATERIALS OR VAPORS.
WARNING:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF
FIRE, ELECTRICAL SHOCK OR INJURY TO PERSONS,
OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING:
• Installation work and electrical wiring must be done
by qualified person(s) in accordance with all applicable
codes and standards, including fire-rated construction.
• Sufficient air is needed for proper combustion
and exhausting of gases through the flue (chimney)
of fuel burning equipment to prevent back-drafting.
Follow the heating equipment manufacturer’s guidelines and safety standards, such as those published
by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA),
the American Society for Heating, Refrigeration and
Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) and the local
code authorities. When applicable, install any makeup
(replacement) air system in accordance with local
building code requirements. Visit GEAppliances.com
for available makeup air solutions.
• When cutting or drilling into walls or ceilings, do not
damage electrical wiring and other hidden utilities.
• Ducted systems must always be vented
to the outdoors.
• Local codes vary. Installation of electrical connections
and grounding must comply with applicable codes.
In the absence of local codes, the vent should be
installed in accordance with National Electrical Code
ANSI/NFPA 70-1990 or latest edition.
CAUTION:
To reduce risk of fire and to
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vent exhaust air into spaces within walls or ceilings or
into attics, crawl spaces or garages.
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Consignes de Sécurité
LISEZ ET CONSERVEZ CES INSTRUCTIONS
AVANT DE COMMENCER
Lisez ces instructions entièrement et attentivement.
IMPORTANT
•
³ Conservez ces instructions
pour l’inspecteur électrique local.
•
IMPORTANT
³Respectez tous les codes et
règlements en vigueur.
• Remarque pour l’installateur – Assurez–vous
de remettre ces instructions à l’utilisateur.
• Remarque pour l’Utilisateur – Conservez ces
instructions avec votre notice d’utilisation pour toute
référence future.
• Niveau de compétence – L’installation de cet
appareil demande des connaissances de base en
mécanique et en électricité.
• Délai d’exécution – jKHXUHV
• L’installateur est responsable de l’installation
correcte de l’appareil. La panne de l’appareil due à
une mauvaise installation n’est pas couverte par la
garantie.
Pour les services locaux Monogram dans votre secteur,
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MISE EN GARDE :
A cause de la taille et du poids de ces hottes d’extraction
ainsi que pour réduire le risque de blessure corporelle
ou de dommage au produit, TROIS PERSONNES SONT
REQUISES POUR UNE INSTALLATION CORRECTE.
AVERTISSEMENT :
Pour réduire le risque d’incendie ou de choc électrique,
n’utilisez pas cette hotte avec un dispositif de contrôle
de la vitesse à semi-conducteurs. Toute altération du
câblage électrique d’origine peut endommager l’appareil
et/ou créer un risque électrique.
POUR RÉDUIRE LE RISQUE D’INCENDIE, N’UTILISEZ QUE DES
CONDUITS MÉTALLIQUES.
AVERTISSEMENT :
POUR RÉDUIRE
LE RISQUE D’INCENDIE, DE CHOC ÉLECTRIQUE OU DE
BLESSURE CORPORELLE, SUIVEZ LES INSTRUCTIONS
SUIVANTES :
A. Cet appareil doit uniquement être utilisé aux fins
prévues par le fabricant. Si vous avez des questions,
contactez le fabricant.
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B. Avant de réparer ou de nettoyer un appareil, coupez
l’alimentation électrique au niveau du tableau de
distribution et verrouillez le disjoncteur pour éviter
que l’alimentation électrique ne soit accidentellement
rétablie. Quand il n’est pas possible de verrouiller le
disjoncteur, attachez un moyen d’avertissement, une
étiquette par exemple, au panneau de distribution.
MISE EN GARDE :
UNIQUEMENT
POUR UNE ÉVACUATION DE TYPE GÉNÉRAL. N’UTILISEZ
PAS CET APPAREIL POUR ÉVACUER DES SUBSTANCES
OU DES VAPEURS NOCIVES OU EXPLOSIVES.
AVERTISSEMENT :
POUR RÉDUIRE
LE RISQUE D’INCENDIE, DE CHOC ÉLECTRIQUE OU DE
BLESSURE CORPORELLE, SUIVEZ LES INSTRUCTIONS
SUIVANTES :
• L’installation et le câblage électrique doivent être
effectués par une ou plusieurs personnes qualifiées,
conformément à tous les codes et toutes les normes
applicables, dont ceux concernant la résistance au feu
des constructions.
• Une quantité d’air suffisante est nécessaire à une
combustion et une évacuation appropriées des
gaz par le conduit d’évacuation (cheminée) de
l’équipement à combustible pour éviter tout refoulement. Suivez les directives et normes de sécurité du
fabricant de l’appareil chauffant, comme celles publiées par la National Fire Protection Association (NFPA),
par l’American Society for Heating, Refrigeration and
Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) et par les autorités locales. Le cas échéant, installez un système de
compensation d’air (remplacement) conformément
aux conditions des codes locaux du bâtiment. Visitez
le site GEAppliances.com pour connaître les solutions
offertes en matière de système de compensation d’air.
• Lorsque vous effectuez des découpes ou que vous
percez un mur ou un plafond, n’endommagez pas le
câblage électrique ou tout autre réseau d’alimentation
caché.
• L’air des ventilateurs disposant de conduits d’aération
doit toujours être évacué vers l’extérieur.
• Les codes locaux peuvent varier. L’installation de
branchements électriques et la mise à la terre doivent
être conformes aux codes en vigueur. Les évacuations
doivent être installées conformément à la dernière édition du Code Electrique National ANSI/NFPA No
70-1990.
MISE EN GARDE :
Pour réduire
le risque d’incendie et évacuer correctement l’air en
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espace entre deux murs ou dans le plafond ou encore
dans un grenier, un vide sanitaire ou un garage.
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Design Information
CONTENTS
Design Information
Product Dimensions ............................................................................ 4
Duct Cover Accessories ..................................................................... 5
Product Clearances ............................................................................. 5
Advance Planning
Ductwork Planning ............................................................................. 6
Ceiling Framing for Support ............................................................ 6
Accessory Frames and Duct Covers ......................................... 6
Mounting the hood without a support frame ....................... 6
Power Supply ........................................................................................ 6
Installation Height ............................................................................... 7
Duct Fittings .......................................................................................... 8
Installation Preparation
Tools and Materials Required ......................................................... 9
Remove the Packaging .................................................................... 9
Parts, Hardware, Accessory Packages ................................. 10
Installation Instructions
Step 1, Construct Ceiling Support ..................................... 11–13
Step 2, Mount Template ................................................................. 14
Step 3, Size and Install Ductwork .............................................. 14
Step 4, Install Support Frame and Duct Covers ................. 15
Step 5, Install Duct Transition and Damper ........................ 16
Step 6, Install Hood to Support................................................... 16
Step 7, Connect Duct ...................................................................... 16
Step 8, Connect Electrical.............................................................. 17
Step 9, Install the Motor ................................................................. 17
Step 10, Slide Duct Cover Down ................................................ 18
Step 11, Install Filters ....................................................................... 18
Step 12, Install Rods ......................................................................... 18
Step 13, Install Supplied Duct Cover, Top Cover................ 19
Step 14, Finalize Installation......................................................... 19
Step 15, Installation Checklist .................................................... 19
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Model ZV42I
Model ZV54I
14”
27-1/2"
32-1/4"
16”
25-3/4”
34"
20”
20"
33”
46"
24”
24"
31-1/2"
31-3/4”
42”
42"
Supplied duct covers dimensions: 16”W x 12”D x 9”H
36-1/4"
36-1/4”
54”
54"
Supplied duct covers dimensions: 20-1/4”W x 12”D x 5”H
These vent hoods are supplied with a support frame
and decorative duct cover for ceiling heights of 7’11”
to 8’5”. The hood installation height is determined by
the ceiling height. Accessories are available to reach
ceiling heights from 8’6” to 10’4”.
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Design Information
PRODUCT CLEARANCES
DUCT COVER ACCESSORIES
*Height
to Ceiling
20" For ZV42I
24" For ZV54I
30" Min.
36" Max.
36" Min.
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These accessories include telescoping support
frames and decorative covers. Order the accessory
for your model at the same time as the vent hood
and have on site before installation begins.
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These vent hoods must be installed 30” min. to 36”
max. above the cooking surface. Exact installation
height is determined by ceiling height. The cooking
surface should be at least 36” above the floor.
IMPORTANT: Clearances may vary due to type of
cooking product and local codes. Check with local
inspectors to be sure standard is applicable.
• When installing these Island Hoods above a
Monogram Professional Range or Cooktop,
installation clearance must be at least 30”.
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Advance Planning
ADVANCE PLANNING
Ductwork Planning
• These vent hoods are equipped for 10” round
ductwork.
• Determine the exact location of the vent hood.
• Plan the route for venting exhaust to the outdoors.
• Use the shortest and straightest duct route
possible. For satisfactory performance, duct run
should not exceed 150 ft. equivalent length for any
duct configurations.
• Refer to “Duct Fittings” chart to compute the
maximum permissible length for duct runs to the
outdoors.
• Use rigid metal ductwork only.
• Install a roof cap with damper at the exterior
opening. Order the cap and any transitions needed
in advance.
• When applicable, install any makeup (replacement)
air system in accordance with local building code
requirements. Visit GEAppliances.com for available
makeup air solutions.
Ceiling Framing for Adequate Support
• These vent hoods are heavy. Adequate structural
support must be provided. The ceiling structure
must be capable of supporting the weight of the
hood and any inadvertent user contact loads
(approximately 300 pounds). The hood support
frame will be supported by 2 x 4 cross framing.
Accessory Frames and Duct Covers
• All models are shipped with a support frame and
duct covers for ceilings heights of 7’11” to 8’5”.
• Optional accessories include telescoping support
frames and duct covers to reach 8’6” and up to
10’4” ceiling heights.
• Optional accessories must be ordered with the
hood and be on site before final framing and wall
finishing.
Mounting the hood without a support frame
The distance between the cooking surface and the
bottom of the hood must be 30” to 36”. In situations
where the ceiling is low, the hoods may be secured
directly to the ceiling without the supplied frame.
Use the bottom of the supplied support frame as
a template to locate the mounting holes in the top
of the hood. Use shims on the ceiling joists or cross
framing in the mounting hole locations. This will
allow the mounting screws to engage the recessed
keyhole slots in the top of the hood. See Step 2.
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POWER SUPPLY
IMPORTANT - (Please read carefully)
WARNING:
FOR PERSONAL SAFETY, THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE
PROPERLY GROUNDED.
ATTENTION –
POUR DES
RAISONS DE SÉCURITÉ, CET APPAREIL DOIT ÊTRE
CORRECTEMENT MIS À LA TERRE.
Remove house fuse or open circuit breaker before
beginning installation.
Do not use an extension cord or adapter plug with
this appliance. Follow National Electrical Code or
prevailing local codes and ordinances.
Electrical Supply
This vent hood must be supplied with 120V, 60Hz,
and connected to an individual, properly grounded
branch circuit, and protected by a 15 or 20 amp
circuit breaker or time delay fuse.
• Wiring must be 2 wire with ground.
• If the electrical supply does not meet the above
requirements, call a licensed electrician before
proceeding.
• Route house wiring in the ceiling, as close to the
installation location as possible. Allow additional
length from ceiling joists to reach the junction box
on the bottom of the hood support frame.
• Connect the wiring to the house wiring in
accordance with local codes.
Grounding Instructions
The grounding conductor must be connected to
a ground metal, permanent wiring system, or an
equipment-grounding terminal or lead on the hood.
WARNING:
The improper connection of
equipment-grounding conductor can result in a risk
of electric shock. Check with a qualified electrician
or service representative if you are in doubt
whether the appliance is properly grounded.
AVERTISSEMENT
Le mauvais branchement du fil de mise à la terre
peut causer un choc électrique. En cas de doute,
consulter un électricien qualifié ou un technicien
pour déterminer si l’appareil est à la terre.
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Advance Planning
INSTALLATION HEIGHT REQUIREMENTS
• These vent hoods must be installed 30” min. and
36” max. above the cooking surface – regardless of
the ceiling height. Therefore, installation height of
the hood depends on the exact ceiling height of the
kitchen.
• Accessories are available for ceiling heights 8’6” and
up to 10’4”.
Example: Hood installation height with 8 ft. ceilings.
8 ft. Ceiling
8 ft. Ceiling
9”
Supplied
Duct
Cover
5”
Supplied
Duct
Cover
31”
31”
ZV54I
ZV42I
• Both models are shipped with a support frame and
duct cover for 7’11” to 8’5” ceilings.
• If the ceiling height is 7’11”, the installation height
above the cooking surface will be 30”.
• If the ceiling height is 8’5”, the hood installation height
will be 36”.
DETERMINE INSTALLATION HEIGHT
Measure the exact ceiling height.
Review the chart to determine the range
of hood installation heights that can be
accomplished with or without an accessory kit.
10’4”
10’3”
10’2”
10’1”
10’
9’11”
9’10”
9’9”
9’8”
9’7”
9’6”
9’5”
9’4”
9’3”
9’2”
9’1”
9’
8’11”
8’10”
8’9”
8’8”
8’7”
8’6”
8’5”
8’4”
8’3”
8’2”
8’1”
8’
7’11”
Actual
Ceiling
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Duct Cover
20" for ZV42I
24" for ZV54I
30" Min. and 36" Max.
Ceiling
Height
36"
to
Countertop
ACCESSORIES
ZX42DC10 – Optional Accessory for ZV42I.
ZX54DC10 – Optional Accessory for ZV54I.
Accessories for ceiling heights of 8’6” to 10’4”.
Includes telescoping support frames and duct
covers.
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Ceiling
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10’4”
10’3”
10’2”
10’1”
10’
9’11”
9’10”
9’9”
9’8”
9’7”
9’6”
9’5”
9’4”
9’3”
9’2”
9’1”
9’
8’11”
8’10”
8’9”
8’8”
8’7”
8’6”
8’5”
8’4”
8’3”
8’2”
8’1”
8’
7’11”
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Advance Planning
DUCT FITTINGS
Use this chart to compute maximum
permissible lengths for duct runs to
outdoors.
For best results, use 10” diameter duct.
Note: Do not exceed maximum permissible
equivalent lengths!
Maximum recommended duct length
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Flexible ducting:
If flexible metal ducting is used, all
the equivalent feet values in the table
should be doubled. The flexible metal
duct should be straight and smooth
and extended as much as possible.
Do NOT use flexible plastic ducting.
Note: Any home ventilation system, such as a
ventilation hood, may interrupt the proper flow of
combustion air and exhaust required by fireplaces,
gas furnaces, gas water heaters and other
naturally vented systems. To minimize the chance
of interruption of such naturally vented systems,
follow the heating equipment manufacturer’s
guidelines and safety standards such as those
published by NFPA and ASHRAE. When applicable,
install any makeup (replacement) air system in
accordance with local building code requirements.
Visit GEAppliances.com for available makeup air
solutions.
Equivalent
Length*
Duct Piece
10” round
to 8” round
Quantity
Used
Total
Length
5 ft.
Round,
straight
1 ft.
(per foot
length)
90° elbow
8” Dia. 52 ft.
10” Dia. 24 ft.
45° elbow
8” Dia. 31 ft.
10” Dia. 14 ft.
Round
wall cap
with damper
8” Dia. 99 ft.
10” Dia. 41 ft.
Round
roof cap
8” Dia. 136 ft.
10” Dia. 56 ft.
Total Duct Run
Hoods Are Equipped
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*Hoods are supplied with a
10” round transition. A locally
supplied transition is required
for other sizes.
Note: Outlet on top of hood is
8-1/8” x 8”.
* 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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Installation Preparation
TOOLS AND MATERIALS REQUIRED
7/16” Pivoting
hex socket with 4”
and 6” extensions
(NOT SUPPLIED)
Duct tape
Pencil and tape measure
Wire cutter/
stripper
Hammer
Key Hole Saw
Electric or battery operated drill
and 3/16”, bits, Phillips and Flat
Blade Screwdriver bits.
10” round metal
duct, length to
suit installation.
Safety glasses
Wire nuts
Spirit level
Flashlight
Saber saw
or Sawsall
Step ladder
Phillips and flat
blade screwdrivers
Strain relief for
junction cover.
120V 60Hz. 15 or 20 Amp,
2-wire with ground. Properly
grounded branch circuit.
Pliers
Carpenter’s square
Metal Snips
REMOVE THE PACKAGING
• Remove the parts packages and packing materials.
• Lift the hood out of the box.
IMPORTANT: Lift the hood by grasping the
outside edges of the exhaust opening on the top.
Parts
Parts
Parts
• Carefully, lay the hood on its side. A support frame
is secured to the inside top of the hood. Remove
the attachment screws at the outside top. Discard
screws.
• Grasp the support
frame inside the
hood with both
hands and
carefully rotate
out of the opening.
Be careful not to
scratch the hood.
Hood
Motor
Mounted
on Skid
Shipping Carton
• Place the hood on a protective surface to prevent
scratches and damage to the stainless steel finish.
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• The hood motor is shipped secured to the skid with
4 screws. Locate and remove 2 screws on each side
of the motor. Discard the shipping skid and screws.
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Installation Preparation
PARTS PROVIDED
Locate the parts packed with the hood.
Allen Wrench
Transition with Damper
Support frame for 8 ft. ceiling
with 4 large pan head screws
installed on the bottom corners.
Implement rods with standoffs
2-piece decorative duct cover
Duct collar
Decorative top cover
2 Filters (3 with 54” hood)
2 Grease trays (3 with 54” hood)
HARDWARE PACKAGE
ACCESSORY PACKAGE
Locate and check
contents. Screws
shown actual size.
Screws A
4 (7/16”)
hex head
wood
screws
Check accessory package.
Select the taller set for 9’6” to 10’4” ceilings.
Select the shorter set for 8’6” to 9’6” ceilings.
Discard unused set.
2 Sets of Duct Covers
Screws B
2 (1/8” x 1-1/2”)
Phillips
pan head
screws.
Screws D
2 small
Phillips
head
screws
2 Templates
Screws C
8 blunt point
Phillips
screws
2 Support Frames
with 8 height
adjustment
screws
4 Attachment Screws
Screws E
Screw F
2 Phillips
Blower safety screw and lock washer,
head wood
Phillips head M 6 x 16.
screws
Note: Hardware appearance may vary slightly.
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Installation Instructions
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Plan the Location of the Hood and Ductwork
• Use a plumb bob to check the location. The
countertop/cooktop below the hood must be centered
with the hood.
• The hood should extend beyond the front and rear
edge of the cooking appliance.
• The duct in the ceiling must be centered over the
cooktop.
Ceiling
Ceiling
Hood
Ducting
Centerline
Hood
Ducting
Centerline
Front
Align With
Center of
Cooktop
Front
15-7/8"
31-3/4"
18-1/8"
36-1/4"
Align With
Center of
Cooktop
Cooktop
Cooktop
Counter
Countertop
54" Hood Side View
42" Hood Side View
Ceiling Support Structure
• At the hood location, install 2 x 4 cross framing
between ceiling joists as shown. (2x4’s are required to
support the weight of the hood.)
12-3/4” (42” Hood)
17” (54” Hood) Install
Cross-Framing
Symmetrically About
Duct/Cooktop Centerline
EXAMPLE A
16” Joist
Spacing
• Arrange cross framing in the ceiling to suit the existing structure.
• Your ceiling joists will be like one of the following
examples.
8 5/8”
µ'XFW
2x4 Cross
Framing
Front
of
Hood
Align duct
to center of
Cooktop
Cooktop
Outline
Top View – Ceiling Joists Parallel to Front of Hood
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CONTINUED
12-3/4” (42”
Hood) 17” (54”
Hood) Install
Cross-Framing
Symmetrically
About Duct/
Cooktop Centerline
EXAMPLE B
16” Joist
Spacing
8 5/8”
2x4 Cross
Framing
µ'XFW
Front
of
Hood
Align duct
to center
of Cooktop
Cooktop
Outline
Top View – Ceiling Joists Run Perpendicular to Front of Hood
EXAMPLE C
12-3/4” (42” Hood)
17” (54” Hood) Install Cross-Framing
Symmetrically About Duct/Cooktop
Centerline
2x4 Cross
Framing
8 5/8”
µ'XFW
16” Joist
Spacing
Front
of
Hood
Align duct
to center
of Cooktop
Cooktop
Outline
Top View – Ceiling Joists at Angle with Front of Hood
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CONTINUED
• Secure each 2 x 4 block with at least four (4), #10
wood screws, 3” long (not supplied). Use 8 wood
screws total for the two supports.
2x 4 Min.
Cross Framing
• The cross framing must be accurately aligned to
assure correct positioning of the hood.
• The cross framing must be level in all directions.
Check with a spirit level and adjust if necessary.
IMPORTANT: The ceiling structure must be capable
of supporting the weight of the hood (approximately
300 pounds) and any inadvertent user contact loads.
The hood support frame will be supported by the 2 x
4 cross framing.
Ceiling
Joist
8-5/8"
17"
(54" Hood
12-3/4"
(42" Hood
Height
Adjustment
Screw Hole
Ductwork
• Use the shortest and straightest duct route possible.
For satisfactory performance, duct run should not
exceed 150 feet equivalent length for any duct
configuration.
• Refer to “Duct Fittings” chart to compute the
maximum permissible length for duct runs to the
outdoors.
• This vent hood must use 10” round rigid duct.
• Install the house ductwork to run horizontally
between ceiling joists or straight up through the
roof.
Ceiling Joint
10"
Duct
2x4
Vent Straight Up
Through The Ceiling
Finish the Ceiling
• Finish the ceiling surface. Be sure to mark location
of the ceiling joists and cross framing. Check to be
sure the ceiling is level, use shims if necessary.
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• Select the template for your hood size.
• Align the template with the marks on the ceiling
and tape in place.
– Be sure the template is oriented correctly,
with the front of the hood.
• Use a plumb to check to be sure the mounting holes will provide parallel alignment with
the countertop below.
• Center punch all hole locations.
• Drill pilot holes in the 4 screw locations. Use a
3/16” bit and drill approximately 1-1/2” deep.
• Drive 4 Hex head wood screws (Screws A) into
the center of the ceiling joists and cross framing. Leave a 1/4” gap to allow the screw head
to engage the keyhole slots on the support
frames.
• Cut the 10-1/2” duct opening through the
sheet rock.
1/4" Gap
Screws A
67(3 SIZE AND INSTALL DUCTWORK
• Measure from house duct flange to bottom of
support frame. Subtract 4-3/8” for clearance to the
bottom of the support frame.
• Cut the 10” duct length to size.
• Secure duct to house ducting with sheet metal
screws.
• Seal all connections with duct tape.
• Attach the duct collar loosely, about 1” from the
bottom of the duct using Screws B.
House
Duct
Duct
Duct
Length
Duct
Collar
Screws B
14
4-3/8" Clearance
to Bottom of Fram
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67(3 INSTALL ACCESSORY (OR SUPPLIED) SUPPORT AND DUCT COVERS
Install Small Pan Hea
Screws on Each Side
Top Duct
Cover
Install
Safety Screw
on Each Side
Adjust
Frame to
nstallation
Height
Bottom Duct
Cover
Install Stop
Screw
Screws E
Install supplied support frame OR telescoping accessory
frame
• Hang the supplied support frame or telescoping
accessory frame to the ceiling joists and cross
framing on the 4 hex head screws by engaging the
keyhole slots on the frame.
• Check to be sure the support frame is level, vertically
and horizontally.
• Tighten the hex head screws securely.
• Install safety screws, (Screws E) on each side of the
frame.
Adjust telescoping accessory frame to length
• Remove the 8 frame adjustment screws. Adjust the
lower support up or down to the pre-determined
length. Reinstall and securely tighten the 8
adjustment screws.
• Slide the top (inner) accessory duct cover up and
over the frame. Secure the duct cover to the frame as
shown using Screws D.
• Locate and remove the safety stop screw. Slide
bottom duct cover up and over the top duct cover.
Align bottom duct screw hole to the hole in the
frame. Hold the duct cover in place while installing
screw.
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Screws D
Stop Screw
Storage Location
CAUTION:
The stop screw
must be installed. Failure to do so could result in
personal injury or damage to the duct cover. The stop
screw will prevent the lower duct from sliding down
while completing the installation.
PRUDENCE
Il faut mettre en place la vis de butée afin d’éviter des
blessures ou d’endommager l’enceinte du conduit. La
vis de butée empêche l’enceinte inférieure du conduit
de descendre pendant l’installation.
Secure house wiring
• Route house wiring through the ceiling and pull a
length to reach the hood junction box, approximately
6” below the support. Tape to the right side of the
support frame.
IMPORTANT: Again, check to be sure the support is
level in both directions. There is no way to level the
hood after the hood is secured to the frame.
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WITH DAMPER
67(3 INSTALL HOOD
Note: THREE PEOPLE ARE REQUIRED TO COMPLETE
THIS INSTALLATION!
Bumper Pads
Duct
Transition
1/4" Gap
Attachment
Keyholes
Attachment
Screws
Screws C
IMPORTANT: Remove shipping tape from damper
and check that damper moves freely.
• Place the transition piece over the hood exhaust
and secure with 4 Screws C provided.
• Use duct tape to seal the connection. Check to be
sure the damper moves freely.
• Back out the hanging screws on the bottom of the
support frame to a 1/4” gap.
• Lift the hood up to the support frame. Carefully
align the hood keyhole to the screws on the support
frame. Slide the hood to engage the keyhole slots.
• Tighten the screws.
Install
2 Safety
Screws
Screws C
• Install safety screws into the top of the hood as
shown.
• Check hood level in both directions.
STEP 7 CONNECT DUCT
• Loosen duct collar and slide down to cover
gap between
Slide Duct
transition and
Collar Down
house duct.
to Cover Gap
Tighten collar
screws and tape
all joints.
• Seal all
connections with
duct tape.
Note: Do not drive screws through this duct
connection. Doing so will prevent proper damper
operation.
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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 UL approved anti-oxidant compound
and aluminum-to-copper connectors.
• Install strain relief onto the knockout of the
junction box.
• Insert house wiring through strain relief and tighten.
• Use wire nuts to connect incoming ground to green,
white to white and black to black.
• Push wires into junction box and replace cover. Be
sure wires are not pinched.
ATTENTION –
Si le câblage de la
maison n’est pas du type à deux fils avec un fil de
terre, l’installateur doit fournir un circuit de terre.
Quand les fils de la maison sont en aluminium,
il prendre soin d’utiliser de la pâte antioxidation approuvée par UL et des connecteurs pour
l’aluminium-cuivre.
STEP 9 INSTALL THE MOTOR
Top
IMPORTANT: Connector
ends are designed to
mate only one way.
Match flat and round
connectors as shown.
Outlet
Attachment
Slot
Spring
Clip
Attachment Screw
and Washer
Screw F
Attachment
Slot
Spring
Clip
• From the inside of the hood, slip motor into the
attachment slot on the left.
• Rotate motor upwards until it snaps into the spring
clip on the right.
• Secure the motor to the hood with the machine
screw and lock washer (Screw is marked with red
paint.)
• Plug blower cable into the connector on the blower.
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Junction Box
• Plug cable at the top of the hood into the junction
box connector. Route cable so it won’t be pinched
or damaged when the duct cover is lowered.
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67(3 INSTALL RODS
SKIP THIS STEP IF USING THE SUPPLIED DUCT
COVER
• Use a flat blade screwdriver to install stand-offs
into the bottom of the hood.
• Align implement rod to stand-offs with the screw
hole towards the inside of the hood. Secure the rod
to the stand-offs with the supplied Allen wrench.
• Follow the same procedure on the opposite side.
• Hold the duct cover in place and remove the
temporary stop screw. Return the screw to the
storage location for future use.
• Slide the lower duct cover down onto the hood.
Slide
Duct
Cover
Down
Remove
Stop
Screw
Stop Screw
Storage Location
67(3 INSTALL FILTERS
Screw
Stand-offs
Into Hood
Use Allen
Wrench to
Secure Rod
to Stand-offs
• Place filter drip trays into the rear of the hood.
• Insert the filter into the upper opening and drop
into the trays.
• To remove the filters, grasp the knobs and push
the filter up and lift out.
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67(3 INSTALL SUPPLIED DUCT
COVER AND TOP COVER
67(3 INSTALLATION CHECKLIST
Install Duct
Cover Screw
on Each Side
Screws D
• Install the supplied 2-piece duct cover over the
support frame (if using supplied frame). Snap ends
together.
• Secure duct covers to support frame with 2
Screws D.
• For a more finished appearance, a top cover is
supplied and should be installed whenever the top
of the hood is visible.
TIP: Place pieces
of tape over ends
of the cover to
prevent scratching the duct
cover. Remove
tape before
installing screws.
Tape
Tabs
• Engage tabs into slots on each side at the top of
the hood. The covers should lay flat in the impression on top of the hood.
Check Blower Safety Screw
Ensure that blower safety screw is securely tightened. See page 16, Step 9. If screw is missing, order
replacement parts bag.
Check Operating Sound and Proper Air-Flow
Turn blower to each speed setting and listen for
rattles and vibration. You should notice an audible
difference at each speed setting.
Check for foreign material in transition.
Check that blower screen is not damaged or pushed
into the blower impeller.
The damper should move freely. Listen for opening
and closing while turning the unit on and off.
Check that the damper is not damaged, does not
vibrate and that damper bumper pads are in place.
Order a damper replacement assembly if needed.
Check that ductwork is 10” round. If duct type is not
rigid and less than 10” round, inform the consumer
that performance will be reduced.
Check Lighting Function
Check that power cable is plugged into the junction
box on top of the hood.
Turn halogen lamps to each setting. Note change in
brightness at different settings.
Check that each lamp bezel is secure. Turn to the
right to tighten. Order replacement lamp bezel and
socket assemblies if needed.
Top Cove
Screws C
Install Screws
Front and Back
• Install 2 Screws C to secure the cover to the hood
at the front and back.
67(3 FINALIZE INSTALLATION
Check appearance and installation
Use a spirit level to check that the hood is level.
Review installation instructions to determine source
of problem.
Top covers (if used) should lay flat in the recess on
top of the hood. Make sure side tabs are engaged in
slots and the cover is secured with two screws.
Clean the hood surfaces and all filters. See the
Owner’s Manual for cleaning instructions. They
should be free of construction debris such as
sawdust.
• Check all lamps to assure tightness in sockets.
• Turn power on at the circuit breaker.
• Refer to the Owner’s Manual for operating and
cleaning instructions.
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Note: While performing installations described in this book,
safety glasses or goggles should be worn.
For Monogram® local service in your area, call
1.800.444.1845.
Note: Product improvement is a continuing endeavor at
General Electric. Therefore, materials, appearance and specifications are subject to change without notice.
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