Monogram Advantium ZSC2200 Owner`s manual

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Schedule of appliances:
Client Name: ABEL
Appliance
Brand
Model
Type
Dimensions
Door Panel ?
Refrigerator A
GE
PGCS1PJXSS
FRENCH DOOR
36 X 70 X 24
NO
Refrigerator B
—
Wine Cooler
—
Beverage Center
—
Dishwasher A
GE
PDWF580PSS
UNDER CTR
24 X 34 X 24
NO
Dishwasher B
—
PSB2201NSS
SPEED COOK
30 X 20
NO
Microwave
GE ADVANTIUM
MW Trim Kit
N/A
Cook top
GE
PHP900SMSS
INDUCTION
30”
NO
Wall Oven
GE
PT916SMSS
CONVECTION
30”
NO
Freestanding Range
—
Hood/Blower Unit
GE MONOGRAM
Trash Compactor
—
Main Sink
NO
ZV830SMSS
CHIMNEY
30”
NO
TBD*
NO
2nd Sink (kosher)
—
NO
Prep Sink
—
NO
END OF LIST
*A 36” cabinet is provided for the sink. Consult manufacturer recommendations when choosing a sink.
Client acknowledges that these are the correct and only appliances that will be incorporated into the kitchen design. Door style
panels for appliances will only be furnished when the door panel column is marked “Yes” for the appropriate appliance. Once a
factory order is placed for cabinetry, we cannot change the design to accommodate different appliances.
Acknowledged: ___________________________________________
Date: __________________
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APPROXIMATE DIMENSIONS (HxDxW)
69 5/8 in x 31 in x 35 3/4 in
CAPACITY
Total Capacity (cubic feet)
20.70 cu ft
Fresh Food Capacity
14.60 cu ft
Freezer Capacity
6.10 cu ft
Shelf Area
23.90 sq ft
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FEATURES
Configuration
French Door & Double Drawer
Temperature Management
System
ClimateKeeper™
Temperature Management
Features
TurboCool™ Setting
4 Electronic Sensors
Multiflow Air Tower
Defrost Type
Frost Free
Control Type
4.3" Color LCD
Upfront Electronic Digital
Temperature Display
Dispenser
External Water
Dispenser Features
Door Alarm
Icemaker
Factory-Installed
Water Filtration
GE Water Filtration 1 Year
Filter Change Indicator
Electronic - External
Fresh Food Cabinet Shelves
4
Fresh Food Cabinet Shelf
Features
4 Split Adjustable
QuickSpace™ Shelf - 1
3 Slide-Out
3 Spill Proof
Glass
Fresh Food Door Bins
1 Fixed
Fresh Food Door Features
ClearLook™ Bins
Gallon Storage
3 Adjustable
1 Fixed
Fresh Food Features
Dairy Compartment
Snugger Clips - 2
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Meat Pan
Full-Width with Temperature
Control
Vegetable / Fruit Crisper(s)
2 Adjustable Humidity
Freezer Storage Basket
3 Sliding (2 Full-Width/1 Split)
Freezer Features
GE Reveal® Interior Light
Beverage Feature
In-the-Door Can Rack
Exterior Style
Free-Standing
Interior Lighting
LED
Leveling System
4 Point Front Adjustable
Sweet Spot Shelf
Yes
ECONOMICAL / QUIET
Quiet Package
Premium Quiet Design
Energy Saver
Yes
APPEARANCE
Color Appearance
Stainless Steel
Counter-Depth Design
Yes
Dispenser Color
Color-Matched
Door Stops
Yes
Door Style
Contoured with Top & Bottom
Bevels
Door Swing
Hinges on Left & Right
Easy to Remove Door Gaskets
Yes
Handle
Sculptured Stainless Steel
Textured Steel Case
Gray - Galvanized Steel
Adjustable Rollers
Front and Rear
WEIGHTS & DIMENSIONS
Approximate Shipping Weight
373.00 lb
Net Weight (lbs.)
343.00 lb
Overall Depth
31 in
Overall Height
69 5/8 in
Overall Width
35 3/4 in
Case Depth Without Door (in.)
23-7/8
Depth with Door Open 90° (in.)
43-1/8
Depth Without Handle (in.)
28-1/2
Height to Top of Case (in.)
69
Width w/Door Open 90 Degrees
Incl. Handle (in.)
40-7/8
Back Air Clearances (in.)
1/2
Side Air Clearances (in.)
1/8
Top Air Clearances (in.)
1
POWER / RATINGS
Volts/Hertz/Amps
120V ; 60Hz ; 15A
WARRANTY
Parts Warranty
Limited 1-year entire appliance
Limited 5-year sealed
refrigerating system
Labor Warranty
Limited 1-year entire appliance
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PGCS1PJX
GE Profile™ 20.7 Cu. Ft. French Door Refrigerator with Double Freezer drawers and External Water
Features and Benefits
• Counter-Depth Design - Offers a built-in look without the built-in expense
• Stainless-Steel Doors with Top & Bottom Bevels - Provides a striking finish and
contoured doors to accentuate kitchen decor
• Two Freezer Drawers - Add convenience by allowing easy access and organization
of frozen foods
TEMPERATURE SET
• External Water Dispenser with LCD Controls - Offers fresh water and also makes it easy
to monitor all the functions of the refrigerator
ENERGY
SAVER
TURBOCOOL
LIGHT
RESET
FILTER
Hold 3 seconds
to Reset
REFRIGERATOR
FREEZER
DOOR
ALARM
LOCK
Hold 3 seconds
• ClimateKeeper™ Temperature Management System - Digital controls and electronic sensors
give you a greater degree of control over food preservation
• LED Lighting - Casts a clean, beautiful light throughout the fresh food area of the refrigerator
• Factory-Installed Icemaker with Water Filtration System - Automatically creates fresh,
filtered ice cubes
• Freshness Center™ - Offers maximum convenience by utilizing two humidity-controlled
drawers and 1 full-length drawer for large storage
• Multi-Level Slide 'n Store™ Basket System - Includes three full-extension baskets
for tremendous storage flexibility and keeps contents perfectly in place
• Condiment Bin and Beverage Rack - Provides convenient storage for canned drinks
and condiments
• QuickSpace™ Shelf - Quickly slides out of the way to make room for tall items
• TurboCool™ Setting - Cools the refrigerator quickly after frequent door openings
• Secure-Close Door System - Securely pulls the door shut, even after you release the handle
• Model PGCS1PJXSS - Stainless Steel
Specification Created 10/07
210862
PGCS1PJX
GE Profile™ 20.7 Cu. Ft. French Door Refrigerator with Double Freezer drawers and External Water
Air
Clearances
Overall
Dimensions
Dimensions and Installation Information (in inches)
Height to top of hinge (in.) A
69-5/8
Height to top of case (in.) B
69
Case depth without door (in.) C
23-7/8
Case depth less door handle (in.) D
28-1/2
Case depth with door handle (in.) E
31
Depth with fresh food door open 90° (in.) F
43-1/8
Width (in.) G
35-3/4
Width with door open 90° inc. door handle (in.) H
40-7/8
Each side (in.)
1/8
Top (in.)
1
Back (in.)
1/2
Front View
Top View
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210862
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APPROXIMATE DIMENSIONS (HxDxW)
34 in x 24 3/4 in x 24 in
FEATURES
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ENERGY STAR®
Qualified
Yes
Style
Built-In
Tub and Door Liner
Stainless Steel
Tub Type
Tall Tub
Control Type
Electronic Light-Touch
12 Touchpads
Front Controls
Dishwasher Control
Features
Start / Cancel / Reset Pad
Last Cycle Memory
Child Lock
3 Digit Countdown Display with 5 Cycle
Progress Indicator Status Lights
Audible End-of-Cycle Signal
Wash System
6-Level
BrilliantClean™
Wash System
Features
Dual Pumps and Motors
Piranha™ Hard Food Disposer
Automatic Temperature Control
Automatic Temperature Sensing
Drain Hose
Sensor
CleanSensor™
Wash Arms
3-Direct Feed
Lower
Middle
Upper
Water Filtration
System
100% Triple with ExtraFine™ Filter
Dispenser
SmartDispense™ II Technology Bulk
Detergent Dispenser with Refill Light
Rinse Aid with Indicator and Adjustment
Number of Cycles
8
Dishwasher Cycles
Normal Wash
Anti-Bacteria (NSF Certified)
Single Rack Wash
Also available in...
White on White
PDWF500PWW
$1349 ERP
Black on Black
PDWF500PBB
$1349 ERP
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SpeedCycle™ (Wash and Dry)
DeepClean™
Hand/Gentle
Plastics
Rinse Only / Hold
Number of Options
6
Dishwasher Options
Delay Start 1-24 Hr. with Countdown
Automatic HotStart™
Heated Dry On/Off
PreWash
Steam PreWash
TempBoost
Rack Features
ExtraBasket
Cutlery Tray 4 Knife Capacity
3 Pearlescent Utility Shelves with StemSafe
Upper
CleanTip™ Tines
4 Fold-Down Tines with 2 Multi-Position
Upper
100% Fold-Down Tines Lower
Adaptable Bowl Tines
Upper Rack Handle
Lower Rack Handle
Easy-Glide Roller System
3 Piece Silverware Basket with Cell Covers
and Swivel Handle
Racking System
Nylon Towerless
Pearlescent™ Racks
Number of Place
Settings
Up to 16
Upper Rack
Removable
4-Position Adjustable
Deep Tiered
Angled Rack Dry System™
Nylon
Lower Rack
Towerless
Dishwasher Drying
Features
Multi-Wattage Calrod Heater
Convection Dry
Exterior Style
Traditional
Latch
Squeeze
Leveling System
Leveling Screws
Steel Door
Yes
ECONOMICAL / QUIET
Quiet Package
QuietPower™ 50
Quiet Features
Sealed Toe Kick
Quiet Water Valve
Quiet Detergent Cup
Tub Collar Trim
Active Vent System
Motor Type
QuietPower™ Motor
Outer Wrap
Full-wrap Blanket
Bitumen
Door Insulation
Insulation
Bitumen
APPEARANCE
Color Appearance
Stainless Steel
Door Style
Long Door
Installation
Hard Countertop Ready
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Upscale Flush Design
Door Appearance
Stainless steel one-piece contour door
Control Panel Color
Black
WEIGHTS & DIMENSIONS
Approximate Shipping
Weight
115.00 lb
Net Weight (lbs.)
110.00 lb
Overall Height
34 in
Height w/Legs
Extended (in.)
35
Overall Depth
24 3/4 in
Overall Width
24 in
POWER / RATINGS
Calrod Heater Watts
875 Max.
Volts/Hertz/Amps
120V ; 60 Hz ; 9.1 A
Ad Designer
Submitted
WARRANTY
Parts Warranty
Limited 1-year entire appliance
Limited 5-year racks/electronic control board
Limited lifetime of product tub/door liner
Labor Warranty
Limited 1-year entire appliance
Limited lifetime of product tub/door liner
Warranty Notes
For models produced on or after January 1,
2006
See written warranty for full details
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GE Profile™ Dishwasher with SmartDispense™ Technology
Dimensions and Installation Information (in inches)
Electrical Rating
Voltage AC..........................................................
Hertz.....................................................................
Total connected load amperage.............
Calrod® heater watts max.........................
25-1/4
MAX.
120
60
9.1
875
24
22-1/2
For use on adequately wired 120-volt,
15-amp circuit having 2-wire service
with a separate ground wire. This appliance
must be grounded for safe operation.
Installation Information: Before installing,
consult installation instructions packed with
product for current dimensional data.
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33-13/16" MIN.
adj. to 35"
21-1/4
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As an ENERGY STAR®
partner, GE has determined
that this product meets the
ENERGY STAR guidelines
for energy efficiency.
Specification Created 8/08
250222
PDWF500/580P
GE Profile™ Dishwasher with SmartDispense™ Technology
Features and Benefits
• SmartDispense™ Technology - Holds up to 47 fl. oz. of detergent and dispenses it
based on water hardness and soil levels
• DeepClean™ Cycle with SmartDispense II Technology - Uses SmartDispense II to inject
a precise amount of detergent multiple times in the main wash to maximize cleaning
power and scrub away hard-to-remove foods
• Steam Pre-Wash Option - Helps to loosen tough soils before any cycle
• Angled Rack Dry™ System - Rack allows dishes to rest at an angle, so water runs off
and drying time is reduced
• Four-Position Adjustable Upper Rack - Easy-to-use mechanism allows the upper rack
to be moved up, down or diagonally for additional loading flexibility
• Single Rack Wash™ Selection - Perfect for smaller loads or for cleaning glasses only,
washing just the upper rack of dishes using less water and energy
• 100% Fold-Down Tines and Adaptable Bowl Tines in Lower Rack - Racks can secure
multiple bowls or fold down for additional flexibility
• Model PDWF580PSS - Stainless steel (shown)
• Model PDWF500PWW - White on white
• Model PDWF500PBB - Black on black
8.8.8
Specification Created 8/08
250222
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APPROXIMATE DIMENSIONS (HxDxW)
19 1/32 in x 21 1/2 in x 29
25/32 in
CAPACITY
Total Capacity (cubic feet)
1.70 cu ft
FEATURES
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PSB2200NWW
$2149 ERP
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PSB2200NBB
$2149 ERP
ENERGY STAR® Qualified
No
Control Type
Glass Touch Controls; Dial
Cooking Technology
Advantium
Microwave Watts (IEC-705)
950.00 W
Cooking Modes
Speedcook
Microwave
Convection Bake
Warm/Proof
Broil
Toast
Style
Built-In
Program Cooking
Over 175 Pre-Programmed Speed
Cook Recipes
Convection Cooking Controls Bake
Broil
Advantium® Cooking
Controls
Clock
Demo Mode
Electronic Scrolling Digital Display
Help Pad
Repeat Last
Time Preference
Variable Scroll Speed
Microwave Sensor Cooking
Controls
Beverage
Popcorn
Potatoes
Reheat
Vegetables
Microwave Oven Control
Features
Add 30 Seconds
Cooking Complete Reminder
Cooking Guide
Display On/Off
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Auto & Time Defrost
Clock
Custom Recipe Saver
Help Pad
Microwave Oven Interior
Stainless Steel
Ceramic Pan
Yes
Convection Tray
Yes
Display On/Off
Yes
Express Cook
Yes
Grill Pan
Yes
Interior Oven Light
Yes
Oven Cooking Modes
Speed Bake
Rack Type
Wire Oven Rack
Reminder (24 hr)
Yes
Soften/Melt
Yes
Sound Volume Control
Yes
Time Cook
Yes
Timer (On/Off)
Yes
Turntable
Yes- 16" diameter
Turntable Size (in.)
16
APPEARANCE
Color Appearance
Stainless Steel
Door Color
Black/Stainless Steel
Handle
Yes
Oven Door Features
Oven Window
WEIGHTS & DIMENSIONS
Approximate Shipping
Weight
87.00 lb
Cabinet Width
30.00 in
Cavity (W x H x D)
20-1/16 x 8-1/2 x 17
Height (Front) (ins.)
21-7/8
Net Weight (lbs.)
77.00 lb
Overall Depth
21 1/2 in
Overall Height
19 1/32 in
Overall Width
29 25/32 in
POWER / RATINGS
Amps 240V/208V
30
Input Volts/Hertz
240/208V/60Hz
Ad Designer
Submitted
ACCESSORIES
Cookbook
Yes
Metal Oven Pan
Yes
WARRANTY
Parts Warranty
Limited 1-year entire appliance
Limited 5-year magnetron tube
Labor Warranty
Limited 1-year entire appliance
Warranty Notes
See written warranty for full details
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PSB2201NSS
GE Profile Advantium® 240 Wall Oven
Note: Cabinets
installed adjacent
to wall ovens must
have an adhesion
spec of at least a
194°F temperature
rating.
Note: 2" minimum
between cutouts
when installed
above warming
drawer or single
wall oven.
Installation
Information:
Before installing,
consult installation
instructions packed
with product for current
dimensional data.
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Width
W
Width
H
Height
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accessory drawer
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accessory drawer
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Depth
Z
Cutout
Depth
X
Cutout
Width
Y
Cutout
Height
(minimum)
21-1/2
25-1/8
17-1/2
23-1/2
21-3/4
25-1/8 to
28-1/2*
21
23-1/2
(excluding
handle)
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Specification Created 9/08
240441
PSB2201NSS
GE Profile Advantium® 240 Wall Oven
Preparation WITH an Accessory Drawer
Prepare the opening
The Advantium 240V can be installed in combination with
other GE/Monogram appliances. Always follow each product's
Installation Instructions to compete the installation.
Single Advantium 240V Installation:
Order a 30" wide single oven cabinet or cut the opening in a wall
to the dimensions shown.
* For existing cutouts, a
23-1/2”
30”
maximum width of 28-1/2" is
acceptable. If the opening is
slightly wider, secure a furring
25-1/8”
Min.*
strip on each side of the
cutout for securing the oven.
• Always maintain 36-3/4"
21”
minimum height from
Construct
Base
the floor to the cutout in
Min. 3/8”
Plywood
any single or combined
Supported
by 2x4 or 2x2
36-3/4”
installation.
Runners all
Min.
• Allow 3/4" to 2-1/8" case trim
Four Sides
overlap on the sides and 7/8"
overlap on the bottom of
the opening for all models.
The amount of overlap on
the sides depends on the actual cutout width. Allow 1-1/4" case
trim overlap on the top for models PSB2200 and PSB2201 and for
models ZSC2200, ZSC2201 and ZSC2202.
• Oven overlaps will conceal cut edges on all sides of the opening.
®
™
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.
Prepare the opening (cont.)
When installed over a single oven or a
warming drawer, allow at least 2" between
the two openings. This separation will
provide clearance for bottom overlap of the
Advantium 240V and the other appliance
overlaps.
Construct a solid oven floor of 3/8" min. thick
plywood supported by 2 x 4 or 2 x 2 runners
on all sides.
• the support must be level and rigidly
mounted, flush with the bottom edge of
the cutout.
23-1/2”
30”
25-1/8”
Min.*
21”
Construct
Solid Bottom
Min. 3/8”
Plywood
Supported
by 2x4 or 2x2
Runners all
Four Sides
2” Min.
(3” recommended)
Per warming
drawer
requirement
36-3/4”
Min.
* For existing cutouts, a maximum width of
28-1/2" is acceptable. If the opening is slightly
wider, secure a furring strip on each side of
the cutout for securing the oven.
Note: Additional clearances between the
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. See Warming Drawer
installation instructions for details.
Installation over a GE/Monogram Oven
and Warming Drawer:
30”
23-1/2”
25-1/8”
Min.*
21”
Construct Solid
Bottom Min.
3/8” Plywood
Supported by
2x4 or 2x2
Runners all
Four Sides
2” Min.
(3” recommended)
Per Oven
Requirement
2” Min.
45-1/4”
Min. Per warming drawer requirement
* For existing cutouts, a maximum width of
28-1/2" is acceptable. If the opening is slightly
wider, secure a furring strip on each side of
the cutout for securing the oven.
Note: Additional clearances between the
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. See Warming Drawer
installation instructions for details.
CAUTION: For personal safety, the mounting
surface must be capable of supporting the
cabinet load, in addition to the added weight
of this approximate 80-pound oven and 30pound drawer, plus additional oven loads of up
to 50 pounds or a total weight of 160 pounds.
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PSB2201NSS
GE Profile Advantium® 240 Wall Oven
Features and Benefits
• Speedcook Technology - Cooks up to 8 times faster than a conventional oven
OVEN
MICROWAVE
CONV
• 4 Ovens in 1 to Meet Your Cooking Needs - Speedcook, True European Convection,
Warming/Proofing, Sensor Microwave
SPEED
COOK
BAKE
BROIL
COOK
CUSTOM
WARM
PROOF
DEFROST
SPEED COOK
EXPRESS
REHEAT
FAVORITE
RECIPES
TIMER
START
PAUSE
CLEAR
OFF
BACK
HELP
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• Optimizes cook time for consistent results
• Saves valuable time by eliminating preheating
• 16" Turntable - Allows complete rotation of a 9" x 13" casserole dish
• Over 175 preprogrammed recipes
• Full-width oven rack for multi-level cooking
• Includes speedcooking grill tray for preparing meats
• Model PSB2201NSS - Stainless steel
Accessories:
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.
Optional
Storage
Drawer
Available
(JX2201NSS)
Specification Created 9/08
240441
Installation Preparation
ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
INSTALL JUNCTION BOX
Single Speedcook Installation
The conduit is located at the top right on the back of
the oven.
Product rating is 120/208 or 120/240 volt, 60 Hz,
30 amps. This product must be connected to a supply
circuit of the proper voltage and frequency and
protected by a time delay fuse or circuit breaker.
Power should be supplied from a separate, dedicated
30-ampere branch circuit. Wire size must conform to
the requirements of the National Electrical Code or the
prevailing local code.
Locate and install the junction box within reach of the
oven conduit.
• Through the left or right sides of the cabinet wall
and into adjacent cabinet.
• Or, through the cutout floor.
• Or, in the upper cabinet.
Combined Speedcook and Wall Oven Installation
When installed in combination with a GE/Monogram
single wall oven, use separate electrical junction boxes.
Refer to single 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.
Cutout
Height
Combined Speedcook and Warming Drawer
Installation
When installing the Speedcook oven over a GE or
Monogram electric warming drawer, a separate 120V,
60Hz, properly grounded receptacle must be installed.
See instructions packed with the warming drawer.
WARNING
• The electrical power to the oven branch circuit
must be shut off while line connections are being
made.
• Use copper wiring only.
• Electrical ground is required on this appliance.
The free end of the green wire (ground wire)
must be connected to a suitable ground.
This wire must remain grounded to the oven.
• If cold water pipe is interrupted by plastic,
non-metallic gaskets, union connections or other
insulating materials, DO NOT use for grounding.
• DO NOT ground to a gas pipe.
• DO NOT have a fuse in the NEUTRAL or
GROUNDING circuit. A fuse in the NEUTRAL or
GROUNDING circuit could result in an electrical
shock.
• Check with a qualified electrician if you are in
doubt as to whether the appliance is properly
grounded.
Failure to follow these instructions could result in
serious injury or death.
4
Installation Preparation
Preparation WITHOUT an Accessory Storage Drawer
PREPARE THE OPENING (CONT.)
PREPARE THE OPENING (CONT.)
Installation over a GE/Monogram Oven:
Installation over a GE/Monogram Oven and
Warming Drawer:
30”
23-1/2”
25-1/4”
17-1/2”
Construct Solid
Bottom Min.
3/8” Plywood
Supported by
2x4 or 2x2
Runners all
Four Sides
30”
23-1/2”
25-1/4”
2” Min.
(3” recommended)
17-1/2”
Per Oven
Requirement
Construct Solid
Bottom Min.
3/8” Plywood
Supported by
2x4 or 2x2
Runners all
Four Sides
2” Min.
(3” recommended)
Per Oven
Requirement
45-1/4”
Min.
45-1/4”
Min.
• If you are replacing a GE/Monogram electric
double oven with the combined installation of
an Advantium 240V and a single oven, use the
dimensions shown. The middle rail separating
the two openings may need to be larger than
the 2” minimum shown.
2” Min.
Per warming drawer requirement
NOTE: Additional clearances between the 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.
See Warming Drawer installation instructions for
details.
CAUTION: For personal safety, the mounting
surface must be capable of supporting the
cabinet load, in addition to the added weight of
this approximate 80-pound oven, plus additional
oven loads of up to 50 pounds or a total weight
of 130 pounds.
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Installation Instructions
1 REMOVE THE PACKAGING AND PARTS
• Remove all packing material and tape.
• Locate parts package containing mounting screws.
• Remove the oven from the carton. Do not lift unit by
handle or conduit. Two people are required to lift
this oven.
• Open the door and remove any packaging in oven.
Owner’s
Manual
Rack
Owner’s Manual
Installation
Instructions
Bottom Trim
Cooking
Guide
Cook Book
Glass Tray
Metal Trays (2)
6 Brass Screws
(3 required, 3 extra)
Cooking Guide
5 Color Matched Screws
(4 required, 1 extra)
IMPORTANT: If installing the Advantium 240V Oven
with an accessory storage drawer, read the storage
drawer assembly instructions to assemble the
products together before proceeding to Step 2.
Turntable Ring
Metal Grill Tray
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Installation Instructions
2 ROUTE CONDUIT THROUGH
CUTOUT (CONT.)
2 ROUTE CONDUIT THROUGH
CUTOUT
CAUTION: Two people are required to lift
When connecting to a 3-conductor branch
circuit:
• Connect oven red lead to branch circuit red lead.
• Connect oven black lead to branch circuit black
lead.
• Connect oven green ground lead and white lead
to branch circuit neutral (white or gray).
the oven into the opening. Grasp the bottom at
front and rear. Discard foam base. DO NOT USE
HANDLE OR CONDUIT TO LIFT THE OVEN. DAMAGE
WILL OCCUR.
With oven in front of the cabinet opening:
• Insert conduit into cabinet opening. Connect oven
wiring and branch circuit.
• Lift the oven into the opening while continuing to feed
the conduit in the direction of the installed junction
box. Be sure the conduit does not get pinched
between the back of the oven and the cabinet wall.
• Leave oven a few inches forward of the cabinet
front frame. Do not push the unit all of the way
into the cutout.
When connecting to a 4-conductor branch
circuit:
• Connect oven red lead to branch circuit red lead.
• Connect oven black lead to branch circuit black
lead.
• Break connection between oven white lead and
oven green ground lead.
• Connect oven white lead to branch circuit neutral
lead (white or gray).
• Connect oven green ground lead to branch circuit
ground lead (green or bare copper).
(Oven shown without
accessory storage drawer.)
WARNING
• Disconnect power to the junction box before
making the electrical connection.
• Electrical ground is required on this appliance.
• Do not connect the electrical supply until
appliance is permanently grounded.
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
This appliance must be connected to a grounded,
metallic, permanent wiring system, or an equipment
grounding connector should be run with the circuit
conductors and connected to the equipment
grounding terminal or lead on the appliance.
Failure to follow these instructions could result
in fire, personal injury or electrical shock.
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Installation Instructions
4 INSTALL MOUNTING SCREWS
3 INSTALL BOTTOM TRIM
NOTE: If installing the Advantium 240 Oven with an
accessory storage drawer, the bottom trim is not
required. Proceed to Step 4.
• Align bottom trim tabs to slots in the bottom of the
oven.
• Slide the oven the remaining way into the opening
so that the side flanges and control panel are
against the cabinet frame. Make sure that the oven
is centered in the opening.
• Open the door, place a turntable tray in the oven
and make sure that the tray in the unit is level.
• Drill pilot holes through the side flanges.
• Drive the color matched screws into the side
flanges. It is recommended that the screws
be hand tightened.
• Secure the bottom trim to the bottom of the oven
using 3 brass screws provided.
If installing oven with an accessory storage
drawer:
• Open the drawer.
• Drill pilot holes through the side flanges.
• Drive color match screws into the side flanges.
It is recommended that the screws be hand
tightened.
5 FINALIZE INSTALLATION
• Turn power on at the source. The interior light
should come on when the door is opened.
• Refer to Owner’s Manual for operating instructions.
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11" Heating Element
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Stainless Steel
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Stainless Steel
WEIGHTS & DIMENSIONS
Approximate Shipping Weight
46.00 lb
Cooktop Size (in.)
30.00 in
Cutout Dimensions (Width x Depth)
(In.)
28-1/2 x 19-5/8
Net Weight (lbs.)
41.00 lb
Overall Depth
21 3/8 in
Overall Height
3 1/4 in
Overall Width
29 3/4 in
POWER / RATINGS
Amp Rating at 208V
40
Amp Rating at 240V
40
KW Rating at 208V
5.80
KW Rating at 240V
7.70
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PHP900SM
GE Profile™ 30" Electric Induction Cooktop
Features and Benefits
• Induction Elements - Powerful yet precise induction elements
generate heat directly to the cookware leaving the unused portion
of the element unheated and easier to clean
• 11" Element - Offers a large 11" surface, wide enough to handle
bigger pots and pans and accommodate family meals of any size
• 11" Element - At it's highest setting, the 11" element has 3700 watts
of power, providing an incredibly fast time to boil water
• Electronic Touch Controls - Offer easy, point-and-cook convenience
• 19 Control Settings - Choose from 19 different power levels to select
the temperature that is perfect for your meal
• Pan Presence Sensor - Detects when a burner element is left "on"
and automatically shuts it off when not in use
• Control Lock Capability - Provides the ability to lock the cooktop's
controls, helping protect from unintended activation
• Seamless Appearance - Installs nearly flush with countertop for a
seamless appearance
• Electronic Kitchen Timer - Provides convenient notification to help
coordinate meal preparation and cooking times
• Stainless Steel Frame - Brings an added touch of style to any decor
and perfectly complements all other stainless steel appliances in
the kitchen
• Frameless Design - A smooth and seamless cooktop surface makes
cleaning quick and easy
• Model PHP900SMSS - Stainless steel
Specification Revised 9/07
220582
PHP900SM
GE Profile™ 30" Electric Induction Cooktop
Dimensions and Installation Information (in inches)
KW Rating
240V
8.6
208V
6.5
Breaker Size
240V
40 Amps†
208V
40 Amps†
†
Note: Check local codes for required breaker size
Important: Requires a 5" free area between
the bottom of the cooktop to any combustible
material, i.e., shelving. Free area not required
when installing wall oven underneath cooktop.
Refer to installation instructions. Requires a
15" minimum from cooktop to adjacent
overhead cabinets. Units are furnished with
a 36" flexible armored cable.
Note: 36" Ribbon cooktops are approved for use over GE 30" Single Wall
Ovens and Warming Drawers only. Refer to cooktop and wall oven/
warming drawer installation instructions packed with product for current
dimensional data. If installed with a GE Profile™ Telescopic Downdraft System,
consult both the cooktop and downdraft installation instructions packed with
product before installing. Cooktop gas/electric supply may need to be
re-routed to install downdraft. The countertop must be at least 26" deep
with a flat surface area of 23-1/2" or more, front to back. In addition,
other clearances to the front edge of the countertop must be considered,
especially on raised bullnose countertops. Consult cabinet and countertop
manufacturer’s specs for flush mount installation prior to install.
13" MAX.
depth
21-1/2
29-7/8
3-1/4*
Cooktop
19-5/8
28-1/2
30" MIN. to
unprotected
cabinet
1-3/4" to
rear wall
15" MIN.
to cabinet
1-1/2" MIN.
clearance to
side wall
from cut-out
2-1/2**
Required
* Depth of unit at conduit connection location (rear) is
6-1/2" on models PP980/950 and 4-5/8" on models
PHP900/PP975/972/962/945/942/932/912,
JP655/356/346.
**Raised bull nose countertops may require up to
3/8" additional clearance to prevent interference
with curved front.
1-1/2" MIN.
clearance to
side wall
from cut-out
Electrical junction box 16" MIN.
below countertop
Cut should
not interfere
with cabinet
structure
at front
Installation Information: Before installing, consult installation instructions
packed with product 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.
Listed by
Underwriters
Laboratories
Specification Revised 9/07
220582
Installation Instructions
PRE-INSTALLATION CHECKLIST
ADVANCE PLANNING
BEFORE YOU BEGIN
Combination Installations
WARNING – The electrical power to
These cooktops may be installed in combination
with an approved downdraft vent or a single oven.
the cooktop supply line must be shut off while
connections are being made. Failure to do so
could result in serious injury or death.
A
When preparing cooktop opening, make sure
the inside of the cabinet and the cooktop do
not interfere with each other. (See section on
preparing the opening.)
B
Remove packaging materials and literature
package from the cooktop before beginning
installation.
Cooktop and a Downdraft Vent
– The countertop must have a deep flat surface
to accommodate the combined installation of
the cooktop and vent.
– Consideration must be given to the separate
electrical supply locations.
– Allow 12″ clearance between the inlet air ports
on the cooktop bottom toward the rear to any
obstruction.
– Both the cooktop and the vent must be installed
according to each specific product installation
instruction.
Cooktop with a Single Oven
C
– Consideration must be given to the separate
electrical requirements and locations.
Remove Installation Instructions from the
literature pack and read them carefully before
you begin.
– Both the cooktop and the oven must be installed
according to each specific product installation
instruction.
Be sure to place all literature, Owner’s Manual,
Installations, etc. in a safe place for future
reference.
Installation Above Cabinet Drawers
Allow 12″ clearance to combustibles below the
cooktop. A drawer directly below the cooktop
cannot be used to store items such as towels or
paper products. Use a false drawer front to obtain
clearance if necessary.
Before you begin-Read these instructions completely and carefully.
IMPORTANT- Save these instructions for local inspector's use.
IMPORTANT- OBSERVE ALL GOVERNING CODES AND ORDIANCES.
Note to Installer- Be sure to leave these instructions with the consumer.
OWNER- Keep these instructions for future reference.
Note- This appliance must be properly grounded (if applicable).
D
Make sure you have all the tools and
materials you need before starting the
installation of the cooktop.
E
Your home must provide the adequate
electrical service needed to safely and
properly use your cooktop. (Refer to section
on electrical requirements.)
F
When installing your cooktop in your home,
make sure all local codes and ordinances are
followed exactly as stated.
G
Make sure the wall coverings, countertop and
cabinets around the cooktop can withstand
heat (up to 200°F) generated by the cooktop.
3
Installation Instructions
PREPARING THE OPENING
1
3 VERTICAL CLEARANCES (CONT.)
The following MINIMUM clearance dimensions
must be maintained.
13″ MAX. Depth of uprotected
overhead cabinets
IMPORTANT: To ensure long life of the
electronic components, allow a minimum of
12″ free space for air circulation below the
cooktop bottom. (Except installation over a
single oven.) The cooktop bottom has air
intake ports toward the front that help cool
the components. Do not install a shelf or
partition beneath the cooktop that is more
than 18″ deep.
2″ MIN. Clearance
from cutout to
side wall on the
right of the unit
30″ MIN.
Clearance from
countertop to
unprotected
overhead surface
15″ MIN. Height
from countertop to
nearest cabinet on
either side of unit
4 CUTOUT DIMENSIONS OF THE
COUNTERTOP
2″ MIN. Clearance
from cutout to side
wall on the left of
the unit
To insure accuracy, it is best to make a template
when cutting the opening in the counter.
If a 30″ clearance between the cooking surface
and overhead combustible materials or metal
cabinets cannot be maintained, a minimum
clearance of 24″ is required and the underside
of the cabinets above the cooktop must be
protected with not less than 1/4″ insulating
millboard covered with sheet metal not less
than 0.0122″ thick.
19-5/8″ depth of cutout
1-3/4″ Min. Between
cutout and the wall
behind the cooktop
2-1/2″ Min.
from front edge
of cutout and
front edge of
countertop
2 OVERALL COOKTOP DIMENSIONS
29-3/4″
(29-7/8″ SS)
Use a 30” or wider cabinet base.
21-3/8″
(21-1/2″ SS) at center
4-5/8“ at front
baffle
Cooktop
19-3/8″
28-1/2″
width of
cutout
5
3-1/4” at rear air
intake
28-1/4″
Wall coverings,
cabinets and
countertop must
withstand heat
up to 200°F.
3 VERTICAL CLEARANCES
Allow 12” minimum
vertical clearance
between the cooktop
bottom and any
combustible surfaces.
Make sure the wall coverings, countertop and
cabinets around the cooktop can withstand
heat (up to 200°F) generated by the cooktop.
12″ Min.
Vertical Clearance
18″ Max.
Deep Shelf
4
Installation Instructions
INSTALLING OPTION—FOR GE MONOGRAM
MONOGRAM INDUCTION COOKTOP
AND MONOGRAM DOWNDRAFT VENT
COMBINATION INSTALLATION ONLY.
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.
• Review the illustration to determine the countertop
surface requirements.
– All cutout clearances for this installation must
be observed.
29-7/8″ SS
29-3/4″ Black
1/8″
gap
2-3/4″
22-3/8″
cutout
depth
19-5/8″
cooktop
cutout
depth
1-3/4″ min. cooktop
cutout to rear vertical
combustible surface
28-1/2″ cooktop and vent
area cutout
1-1/32″ cooktop overlap at center
23-1/2″ SS
23-3/8″ Black
total flat surface
required
at center
Front edge of countertop
2-1/2″ min. clearance
to cutout
1-3/4″ min. cutout to
wall, both sides
2-1/2"″ to
Cutout
BASE CABINET REQUIREMENTS
The combined installation will fit in a standard
24″ deep base cabinet. Use a 30″ or wider base
cabinet.
1-7/8"″
20-1/16"
20-3/8″
– The vent housing, blower and ductwork will
occupy the base cabinet.
3/4"″
Vent
22-3/4"″ Inside
22"″ to Support Rail
5
3/4"″
Thick
Support
Rail
Installation Instructions
INSTALLING OPTIONS
COOKTOP INSTALLATION OVER A
GE OR GE MONOGRAM SINGLE OVEN
POWER SUPPLY
The oven requires a separate, properly grounded
20 Amp, 3-wire 208 or 240 volt, 60 Hz power supply.
The cooktop requires a separate 40 Amp, 3-wire,
208 or 240 volt, 60 Hz power supply.
These cooktops may be installed over a single
oven. Both the cooktop and the oven must be
installed according to each specific installation
instruction.
– Allow 4″ Min. clearance from the top of the
countertop to the top of the oven cutout.
1-1/2″ cabinet top
25″
Cooktop
28-1/2″
2-1/2″ min.
19-5/8″
4″ min.
B
A
Ovens
Dim. A
30″
28-1/2″ min.
28-5/8″ max.
27″
25″ min.
25-1/4″ max.
23-1/2″ min.
4″ high
toekick
36″
countertop
height
3/4″ support
platform
required
Must match
toekick height
Must support 200 lbs.
Use a 30″ or wider base cabinet.
• For best appearance, the cooktop should be
centered over the oven.
• The baffle on the underside of the cooktop is not
necessary for this combination installation. If the
baffle is attached, remove it.
• This cooktop is only approved to be installed over
the specific models listed on the label of this unit.
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Dim. B
27-1/4″ min.
27-5/16″ max.
27-5/8″ min.
28-1/8″ max.
Installation Instructions
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
THREE-CONDUCTOR BRANCH CIRCUIT
CONNECTION
NEW CONSTRUCTION AND BRANCH
CIRCUIT CONNECTION
When connecting to a three-conductor branch
circuit, if local codes permit:
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 procedure
closely.
a. Connect the cooktop ground conductor lead
to the brach circuit ground using a wire nut.
When making the wire
connections, use the
16″
entire length of conduit
Min.
provided. The conduit
must not be shortened
(unless required by local
codes). The conduit length Install junction box
so that it can be
is 4 ft. With the cooktop in
reached through
place, open the front of
the front of the
cabinet.
the cabinet door. Insert
the wires from the conduit
through the opening of
the junction box. The conduit strain relief clamp
must be securely attached to the junction box and
the flexible conduit must be securely attached to
the clamp.
• When installing in new construction, or
• When installing in a mobile home, or
• When installing in a recreational vehicle, or
• When local codes do not permit grounding
through neutral:
a. Insert conduit through strain relief and tighten.
b. Attach the appliance grounding lead (green
or bare copper) in accordance with local codes.
If the residence grounding conductor is
aluminum, see WARNING.
Strain Relief
Ground and Neutral
Wires
Junction Box Cover
b. Connect the cooktop red lead to the branch
circuit red lead in accordance with local
codes, using a wire nut.
c. Connect the cooktop black lead to the
branch circuit black lead in accordance with
local codes, using a wire nut. If the residence
red, black or white leads are aluminum
conductors, see WARNING.
d. Install Junction Box Cover.
Ground Wire
Junction Box Cover
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Installation Instructions
INSTALLING THE COOKTOP
3 ATTACH FOAM TAPE
1 PROTECT SURFACE OF COOKTOP
Apply the foam tape around the outer edge of the
glass. Do not overlap the foam tape.
Place a towel or tablecloth onto the countertop.
Lay the cooktop upside down onto the protected
surface.
Bottom of Cooktop
Bottom of Cooktop
Foam Tape
Cooktop
Glass
NOTE: On stainless steel models, apply foam tape
on the sides and rear.
Cloth under Cooktop
4 INSTALL HOLD-DOWN BRACKETS
2 INSTALL BAFFLE
Start one screw through the bracket and into the
cooktop. (Both sides.) Do not tighten. Turn the
bracket inwards to avoid interference when
dropping the cooktop into the countertop.
Secure the baffle to the cooktop with screws.
NOTE: Do not install the baffle when the cooktop
is installed over a single oven.
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Installation Instructions
5 INSERT COOKTOP INTO CUTOUT
6 ATTACH HOLD-DOWN BRACKETS
TO CABINET
Insert the cooktop centered into the cutout opening.
Make sure the front edge of the countertop is
parallel to the cooktop. Make final check that all
required clearances are met.
Open the cabinet door. Install the second screw
through the bracket and tighten. Then tighten the
first screw. Install thumbscrew until it touches the
bottom of the countertop.
Cooktop
Cooktop
Countertop
IMPORTANT: Turn the thumbscrew until it touches
the bottom of the countertop. Do not overtighten.
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Installation Instructions
CHECKLISTS
1 PRE-TEST CHECKLIST
2 OPERATION CHECKLIST
A
Remove all protective film, if present, and any
stickers.
A
Remove all items from the top
of the cooktop surface.
B
Check to be sure that all wiring is secure and
not pinched or in contact with moving parts.
B
C
Check level of appliance.
Turn on the power to the cooktop.
(Refer to your Owner’s Manual.) Verify that all
surface burners operate properly.
D
Check that the cooktop is properly grounded.
C
Check that the circuit breaker is not tripped
nor the house fuse blown.
D
Check that conduit is securely connected to
the junction box.
E
See Owner’s Manual for troubleshooting list.
NOTE TO ELECTRICIAN:
The power leads supplied with this appliance are
UL recognized for connections to larger gauge
household wiring. The insulation of these leads
is rated at temperatures much higher than the
temperature rating of household wiring. The
current carrying capacity of a conductor is
governed by the wire gauge and also the
temperature rating of the insulation around
the wire.
NOTE: ALUMINUM WIRING
• WARNING:
IMPROPER CONNECTION OF ALUMINUM
HOUSE WIRING TO THE COPPER LEADS CAN
RESULT IN A SERIOUS PROBLEM.
• Splice copper wires to aluminum wiring
using special connectors designed and UL
approved for joining copper to aluminum
and follow the manufacturer’s recommended
connector procedure closely.
NOTE: Wire used, location and enclosure of
splices, etc., must conform to good wiring
practice and local codes.
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APPROXIMATE DIMENSIONS (HxDxW)
28 1/4 in x 23 1/2 in x 29 3/4 in
CAPACITY
Total Capacity (cubic feet)
4.40 cu ft
FEATURES
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ENERGY STAR® Qualified
No
Configuration
Single Oven
Cooking Technology
Convection
Cooking System
Precise Air™ Convection System
Oven Cleaning Type
Self-Clean
Temperature Management
System
TrueTemp™ System
Cleaning Time
Variable with Delay Clean Option
Automatic Self-Clean Oven
Door Lock
Yes
Control Type
Glass Touch Controls
SmartSet
Oven Cooking Modes
Convection Bake Multi/Single Rack
Convection Roast
Thermal Bake / Thermal Roast
Oven Interior
Hidden Bake
Oven Features
6-Pass Broil Element
8-Pass Bake Element
Optional Closed Door Broiling
Oven Rack Features
3 Heavy-Duty Self-Clean Oven
Racks
7 Embossed Rack Positions
Interior Oven Light
2
Oven Control Features
Auto Recipe™ Conversion
Convection Conversion
Proof Mode
Warm Mode
Delay Bake Option With Cook &
Hold
Delay Bake Option With Warm
Mode
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C° or F° Programmable
Audible Preheat Signal
Auto Oven Shut-Off with Override
Electronic Clock & Kitchen Timer
Oven Light Pad
Start Pad
Light Self Clean Mode
Certified Sabbath Mode
Control Lock Capability
Digipad Numeric Entry
Variable Broil
Optional Clock Display
Temperature Display
APPEARANCE
Color Appearance
Stainless Steel
Frameless Oven Door(s)
Color-Matched
Oven Door Features
Big ClearView™ Oven Window
Handle
Sculptured Stainless Steel
Installation
Under Cooktop
Undercounter
Flush Appearance
WEIGHTS & DIMENSIONS
Approximate Shipping Weight
140.00 lb
Net Weight (lbs.)
123.00 lb
Overall Height
28 1/4 in
Overall Width
29 3/4 in
Overall Depth
23 1/2 in
Cabinet Width
30.00 in
Cutout Dimensions (w x h x d)
(in.)
28-1/2 x 27-1/4 x 23-1/2
Oven Interior Dimensions (W x
H x D) (in.)
24 x 17-1/2 x 18-1/4
POWER / RATINGS
Amp Rating at 208V
20
Amp Rating at 240V
20
Bake Wattage
2100W
Broiler Wattage
2400W
Convection Wattage
2500W
KW Rating at 208V
3.40
KW Rating at 240V
4.50
ACCESSORIES
Convection Cookbook /
Cooking Guide
Included
WARRANTY
Parts Warranty
Limited 1-year entire appliance
Labor Warranty
Limited 1-year entire appliance
Warranty Notes
For models produced on or after
January 1, 2006
See written warranty for full details
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Cabinetry
A
Cutout for 30″ (76.2 cm) Single Ovens only –
Below an Advantium or Microwave Oven
or Between an Advantium or Microwave
Oven and a Warming Drawer
For JTP30, JTP70, PT916, PT920, ZET938 models only.
Single 30″ (76.2 cm) Oven
Below an Advantium or
Microwave Oven
Per Advantium or
Microwave Oven
Requirement
Single 30″ (76.2 cm) Oven
Between an Advantium or
Microwave Oven and a
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.
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.
2” (5.1 cm) Min.
2” (5.1 cm) Min.
Per Warming
Drawer
Requirement
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.
Combined Advantium or Microwave
Oven and Wall Oven Installation:
When installed in combination with a
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.
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.
13
Installation Instructions
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.
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.
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.
Junction Box
Location
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.
GROUND
WIRE
Conduit
BARE
GROUND
RED
WHITE
BLACK
WARNING: Improper
Place oven on a
support to assist in
connecting conduit
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
procedure closely.
14
Strain Relief Clamp
(not included)
must be used at
Junction Box
Installation Instructions
B3 New Construction and
Four-Conductor Branch
Circuit Connection
B4 Three-Conductor Branch
Circuit Connection
When connecting to a three-conductor branch
circuit, if local codes permit:
• When installing in new construction, or
a. Connect the bare oven ground conductor
with the crimped neutral (white) lead to
the branch circuit neutral (white or gray
in color), using a wire nut.
• When installing in a mobile home, or
• When installing in a recreational vehicle, or
• When local codes do not permit grounding
through neutral:
a. Cut the neutral (white) lead from the crimp.
Re-strip the neutral (white) lead to expose
the proper length of conductor.
Ground and
Neutral Wires
Ground
Wire
Junction Box
Cover
b. Connect the oven red lead to the branch
circuit red lead in accordance with local
codes, using a wire nut.
Junction Box
Cover
c. Connect the oven black lead to the branch
circuit black lead in accordance with local
codes, using a wire nut. If the residence
red, black or white leads are aluminum
conductors, see WARNING on page 14.
b. Attach the appliance grounding lead (green
or bare copper) in accordance with local
codes. If the residence grounding conductor
is aluminum, see WARNING on page 14.
d. Install Junction Box Cover.
c. Connect the oven neutral (white) lead to
the branch circuit neutral (white or gray)
in accordance with local codes, using a
wire nut.
d. Connect the oven red lead to the branch
circuit red lead and the oven black lead to
the branch circuit black lead in accordance
with local codes, using wire nuts. If the
residence red, black or white leads are
aluminum conductors, see WARNING
on page 14.
e. Install Junction Box Cover.
15
Installation Instructions
C
Securing the Oven in the Opening
C1 Sliding the Oven Into the
Opening
C2 Drilling the Pilot Holes and
Mounting the Oven
a. Loop (do not tie) a 36” (91 cm) string
around the conduit before the oven is slid
into place. This will keep the conduit from
falling behind the oven.
NOTE: Before drilling the pilot holes,
make sure the oven is pushed as far
back into the opening as it will go
and centered.
a. Drill through the mounting holes (top and
bottom) of the side trim, for the #8 screws
provided.
Pull out on
string loop
while pushing
the oven into
the cabinet
Mounting
Hole
Locations
(Hole
Locations
may vary)
b. Lift oven into cabinet cutout using the oven
opening as a grip. Carefully push against
oven front frame. Do not push against
outside edges.
c. As you slide the oven back, pull the string
so that the conduit will lie on top of the
oven in a natural loop.
The screws must
be a minimum of
1/4” (6 mm) from
the front of the
cutout.
WARNING: Mounting
screws must be used. Failure to
do so could result in the oven
falling out of the cabinet causing
serious injury.
d. When you are sure the conduit is out of the
way, slide the oven 3/4 way back into the
opening. Remove the string by pulling on
one end of the loop.
b. Secure the oven to cabinet with screws
provided.
NOTE: If the cabinet is particle board, you
must use #8 x 3/4” particle board screws.
These may be purchased at any hardware
store.
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Installation Instructions
C3 Preparing for the Bottom
Trim Installation
C4 Installing the Metal
Bottom Trim
a. With oven installed, take the bottom trim
and center it on the bottom front edge of
the cabinet opening.
a. Place the bottom metal trim centered over
the pre-drilled mounting holes. Tape the
edges of the trim down to maintain the
alignment.
b. Using the trim
as a template,
mark the center
of each slot
(two total) where
the mounting holes
will be drilled.
c. Remove the trim.
d. Drill pilot holes into
the center of each
template mark.
For 27″ (68.6 cm)
models with Lower
Trim in Position,
Mark (2) Mounting
Hole Locations
here
* Remove
Lower Trim
Before
Pre-drilling
Mounting
Holes
b. Using two trim screws provided, secure
the bottom trim to the bottom edge of the
cabinet.
Side
Trim
Trim Screw Locations for
27″ (68.6 cm) models with
Lower Trim
Side
Trim
*
For 30″ (76.2 cm)
models with
Lower Trim in
Position, Mark
(2) Mounting
Hole Locations
here
Metal Lower Trim
Trim Screw Locations for
30″ (76.2 cm) models with
Lower Trim
IMPORTANT: If this unit is ever
removed from the cabinet or the oven
is ever pulled out for service, the trim
must be removed first or damage to
the trim will occur.
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Installation Instructions
D
Replacing the Oven Door
NOTE: The oven door is heavy. You
may need help lifting the door high
enough to slide it into the hinge slots.
Do not lift the door by the handle.
D1
D3
Open the oven door as far as it
will open.
D4
Push the hinge locks up against the
front frame of the oven cavity, to the
locked position.
Hinge in
Locked Position
Lift the oven door by
placing one hand on
each side. The door is
heavy, so you may need
help. Do not lift the door
by the handle.
Notch of Hinge
Securely Fitted
into Bottom of
Hinge Slot
D5
D2
With the door at the same angle as
the removal position, which is most of
the way closed, seat the notch of the
hinge arm into the bottom edge of the
hinge slot. The notch of the hinge arm
must be fully seated into the bottom
of the slot.
Hinge Arm
Bottom Edge
of Slot
Hinge Notch
18
Close the oven door.
Cutout width
28-1/2'' MIN.
28-5/8'' MAX.
™
PT916SM
5
GE Profile 30" Built-In Single Convection Wall Oven
Dimensions and Installation Information (in inches)
23-1/2'' MIN.
Cutout depth
Junction
KW Rating
box
location
240V 4.5
A
208V 3.4
Breaker Size
CL
2 x 4 or
equivalent
runners
B
240V 20 Amps
22'' MIN.
27-1/4'' MIN.
Conduit
208V 20 Amps
27-5/16'' MAX.
(72"
long)
Cutout height
Most 30” Wall Cabinets can be used with this unit.
21
Cutout width
28-1/2'' MIN.
28-5/8'' MAX.
Note: These ovens are not approved for
stackable installations. Cabinets installed
adjacent to wall ovens must have an adhesion
spec of at least a 194°FRecommended
temperature rating.
cutout location
Door handle protrudes 3" from
door face. Cabinets
32-1/2"
and drawers on adjacent 45°
and
90° walls should
from floor
be placed to avoid interference with the handle.
Electric wall ovens are not approved for
installation with a plug and receptacle. They
30 wired in accordance with
must be hard
ce
s, or etc. installation instructions.
op and bottom
edges of
cutout.
Installation
Information:
Before installing, consult
oven overinstallation
side edges
of cutout. packed with product for
instructions
" with trim.
­current dimensional data.
Side-by-side installations require at least 2"
between cutouts.
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.
5
23-1/2'' MIN.
Cutout depth
29-3/4
Junction
box
location
A
B
Suitable
bracing
to support
runners
21-5/8"
over centerline
of cabinet
(must support 275 lbs.)
27-1/4'' MIN.
27-5/16'' MAX.
Cutout height
Conduit
(72"
long)
C
22'' MIN.
Suitab
bracin
to suppo
runne
Recommended
cutout location
32-1/2"
from floor
21
Allow minimum of 21'' for clearance
to adjacent corners, drawers, walls, or etc.
30
A=Allow 1" overlap of oven over top and bottom edges of cutout.
B=Allow 11/16"-3/4" for overlap of oven over side edges of cutout.
C=28-1/4" without trim and 28-3/4" with trim.
Dimension and installation information are shown in inches.
Listed by
Underwriters
Laboratories
Specification Revised 10/07
220243
PT916SM
GE Profile™ 30" Built-In Single Convection Wall Oven
Optional Undercounter Dimensions and Installation Information
Note: 36” ribbon cooktops
are approved for use over GE 30” single wall
ovens only. 30” ribbon cooktops are approved
for use over GE 30” and GE 27” single wall
ovens. Refer to cooktop and wall oven
installation information packed with products
for current dimensional data.
Note: CleanDesign or Sealed Burner Gas
This installation is to achieve minimum gap
between bottom of countertop and control
panel. For this installation, the bottom trim will
not be flush with a typical 4” toe kick
Note: Cabinets installed adjacent to wall ovens
must have an adhesion spec of at least a 194°F
temperature rating.
With 36" Gas Cooktop
With 30" CleanDesign or Sealed Burner Gas Cooktop
3-1/4
3-1/2" MIN.
Free space
Side View
Conduit
(72" long)
Pressure
regulator
Free space
22
Junction box in
adjacent cabinet
for cooktop
hook-up
Add suitable
filler to match
adjacent cabinets
when needed
to maintain toe
kick alignment
Union
Power cord
for cooktop
Shut-off
valve
3/4" Support
30-7/16
Right cabinet side
Side View
Junction box
location
240/208V
25
27-1/4" MIN.
27-5/16" MAX.
Cutout height
36" Typical
Countertop height
22
Reference
5-9/16
5
28-1/2'' MIN.
28-5/8'' MAX.
27-1/4'' MIN.
27-5/16'' MAX.
Cutout height
3/4'' Support
platform required
Match toe kick height
front and two sides
Gas (including the pressure regulator) and
electrical connections for gas cooktop must
be located in an adjacent accessible location.
For a 30" gas cooktop, the connections are
more conveniently made to the right.
Gas
connection
120 Volt
Outlet
23-1/2" MIN.
Cutout depth
Top and/or side
fillers may be
necessary if unit
is positioned
between
existing cabinets
Junction box(s) for
oven & radiant
cooktop 22" from
floor
5-9/16"
Reference dim.
for MAX. support
height with typical
36" countertop
height
4" To 4-1/2"
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.
Power cord
1-1/2" MIN.
Junction box
for oven
1/2" Black
iron pipe
30" built-in
oven
1-1/2" Typical countertop
2 (two) 90°elbows &
sufficient pipe to
connect in adjacent
cabinet
Installation Information: Before installing,
consult installation instructions packed with
product 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.
30" Oven W/ Rad. Cktp.
Allow 11/16''
overlap over side
edges of cutout
22'' MIN. above
support platform
1-1/2"
Countertop
36'' MIN.
24
4'' To 4-1/2 '' Toe kick allowable
Dimension and installation information are shown in inches.
Listed by
Underwriters
Laboratories
Specification Revised 10/07
220243
PT916SM
GE Profile™ 30" Built-In Single Convection Wall Oven
Features and Benefits
•Glass Touch Controls - Features a smooth glass design that is easy-tooperate and easy-to-clean
•Precise Air™ Convection System - Provides even air and heat circulation for
superior baking and roasting results
•Flat Back Convection - Features a more streamline convection fan that better
accommodates baking or roasting pans
•Convection Bake - Delivers ideal airflow throughout the oven cavity, ensuring
better baking results
•Convection Roast - Delivers even cooking and consistent results, roasting
meats up to 25% faster than a conventional oven
•Hidden Bake Oven Interior - Hides previously exposed bottom element to
deliver a clean interior appearance
•Self Clean Oven - Conveniently cleans the oven cavity without need
of scrubbing
•Improved Lighting - Positions lamps diagonally across the top of the oven to
promote better viewing
•Self-Clean Heavy-Duty Oven Racks - Double coated porcelain-enameled
racks no longer require hand cleaning
•Extra-Large Oven Capacity - Provides a large oven interior ideal for cooking
more items at once
• Model PT916SMSS – Stainless steel
Specification Revised 10/07
220243
ZV830SMSS - GE Monogram® 30" Wall-Mounted Vent Hood - The GE Monogram Collection
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GE Monogram® 30" Wall-Mounted Vent Hood
Model#: ZV830SMSS
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Product Details
Parts & Related Products
Manuals & Documentation
FEATURES
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Manuals & Documentation
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Feature Reference Guide
Installation_Instructions
Quick_Specs
Use_and_Care_Manual
CAD Download
ENERGY STAR® Qualified
No
Blower Levels
4
Control Type
Electronic
Pushbutton
Cooktop Lighting
2
Halogen
Damper in Transition
Yes
Dual Blowers
Yes
Exhaust Options
8" Round Duct
Lighting Levels
4
Recirculating Capable
Yes
Removable Filter
Yes
Variable Speed Fan
Yes
Vertical Exhaust Blower Rating
(CFM)
500
Welded / Finished Seams
Yes
APPEARANCE
Color Appearance
Stainless Steel
Design
Integrated
Exterior Design
Chimney - Wall-Mount
WEIGHTS & DIMENSIONS
Approximate Shipping Weight
81.00 lb
Cabinet Width
30.00 in
Net Weight (lbs.)
60.00 lb
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POWER / RATINGS
Amp Rating at 120V
12.00
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ACCESSORIES
8'-10' Ceiling Duct Cover
Included
Optional 12' Ceiling Extension
ZX83012
WARRANTY
Labor Warranty
Limited 1-year entire appliance
Parts Warranty
Limited 1-year entire appliance
Warranty Notes
For models produced on or after January 1,
2006
See written warranty for full details
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ZV830SM
GE Monogram® 30" Wall-Mounted Vent Hood
Features and Benefits
• Stainless Steel Design - Creates a striking
architectural impression with bold angles and
smoothly finished edges
• Powerful Ventilation - Offers three speeds plus
a 500-cfm boost to capture cooking fumes
produced by 30" cooktops
-
FAN
+
-
LIGHT
+
• Perimeter Filter System - Draws fumes and
vapors around a stainless steel center panel,
which completely and stylishly conceals filters
• Halogen Lighting - Provides four levels of
clean, brilliant illumination to suit the cooking
task or occasion
• Recirculating-Ready Design - Includes reversible
duct covers for non-vented installations,
eliminating the need for an optional kit
• Model ZV830SMSS - Stainless steel
Warranty Information:
• Parts Warranty: Limited 1-year entire appliance
• Labor Warranty: Limited 1-year entire appliance
• Warranty Notes: See written warranty for
full details
Specification Created 11/07
130675
ZV830SM
GE Monogram® 30" Wall-Mounted Vent Hood
10-7/8
Dimensions and Installation Information (in inches)
This vent hood is designed to be installed on a wall
and vented to the outdoors, or it can be installed for
recirculating operation. All necessary parts for recirculating
operation are supplied with the hood. No kits required. Must
use an 8" round duct, not supplied with product.
A decorative duct cover is provided to enclose the duct
from the top of the hood to a 8' to 10' ceiling.
*Height
to
Ceiling
Accessories:
An optional stainless steel duct cover is available for
12' ceiling heights. Order ZX83012 optional duct cover
at the same time as the vent hood and have on site
before installation.
Dimensions and Clearances:
The vent hood should be installed 24" min. and 30" max.
above the cooking surface. The cooking surface should be at
least 36" above the floor. Installation will be easier if the vent
hood is installed before the range or cooktop/countertop
is installed.
13-1/4
5-7/8
29-7/8
18-7/8
*The Supplied Duct Cover Fits 8' to 10' Ceiling Heights.
This hood can be installed over a Monogram electric or gas
cooktop. It cannot be installed over a Monogram professional
cooktop or range.
Installation Information: Before installing, consult
installation instructions packed with product or available
on monogram.com for current dimensional data.
24” Min.
30” Max.
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.
Listed by
Underwriters
Laboratories
Specification Created 11/07
130675
Installation Preparation
DUCT FITTINGS
This Hood Must Use an
8″ Round Duct. It Can
Transition to a
3-1/4″ x 12″ Duct.
Use this chart to compute
maximum permissible lengths for
duct runs to outdoors.
Duct Piece
Dimensions
Round,
straight
3-1/4″ x 12″
straight
Equivalent
Length*
1 ft.
(per foot
length)
Total
Quantity Equivalent
Used
Length
1 ft.
(per foot
length)
90° elbow
NOTE: Do not exceed maximum
permissible equivalent lengths!
17 ft.
45° elbow
Maximum duct length:
100 feet for range hoods.
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.
10 ft.
3-1⁄4″ x 12″
90° elbow
43 ft.
3-1/4″ x 12″
45° elbow
26 ft.
3-1/4″ x 12″
90° flat elbow
102 ft.
8″ round to
3-1/4″ x 12″ transition
2 ft.
3-1/4″ x 12″ to 8″
round transition
5 ft.
8″ round
to 3-1/4″ x 12″
transition 90° elbow
6 ft.
3-1/4″ x 12″ to 8″
round transition 90° elbow 13 ft.
Round
wall cap
with damper
32 ft.
3-1/4″ x 12″ wall cap
with damper
75 ft.
Round
roof cap
44 ft.
*Actual length of straight duct plus duct fitting
equivalent. Equivalent length of duct pieces are
based on actual tests conducted by GE Evaluation
Engineering and reflect requirements for good
venting performance with any ventilation hood.
5
Total Duct Run
Installation Preparation
DETERMINE INSTALLATION HEIGHT
Wall Mount ZV830
Installation Heights
24” Min.
30” Max.
36” Min.
NOTE: Installation height should be measured from
the cooking surface to the lowest part of the hood.
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.
ACCESSORIES:
ZX83012 Accessory duct cover is available for 10 ft.
to 12 ft. ceilings. This accessory consists of one
487⁄ 8″ long duct cover.
*Possible
*Possible VENTED
RECIRCULATING
Installation Height Installation Height
7′ 11″
8′ 0″
8′ 1″
8′ 2″
24″
24″ to 25″
24″ to 26″
24″ to 27″
24″
24″ to 25″
24″ to 26″
24″ to 27″
8′ 3″
8′ 4″
8′ 5″ to 9′ 6″
24″ to 28″
24″ to 29″
24″ to 30″
24″ to 28″
24″ to 29″
24″ to 30″
9′ 7″
9′ 8″
9′ 9″
9′ 10″
9′ 11″
10′ 0″
10′ 1″
10′ 2″
10′ 3″
10′ 4″
9′ 7″
9′ 8″
9′ 9″
9′ 10″
9′ 11″
10′ 0″
10′ 1″
10′ 2″
25″ to 30″
26″ to 30″
27″ to 30″
28″ to 30″
29″ to 30″
30″
24″ to 30″
24″ to 30″
24″ to 30″
24″ to 30″
24″
24″ to 25″
24″ to 26″
24″ to 27″
24″ to 28″
24″ to 29″
24″ to 30″
24″ to 30″
24″ to 30″
24″ to 30″
24″ to 30″
24″ to 30″
25″ to 30″
26″ to 30″
27″ to 30″
28″ to 30″
29″ to 30″
30″
24″ to 30″
24″ to 30″
24″ to 30″
24″ to 30″
24″
24″ to 25″
24″ to 26″
24″ to 27″
10′ 3″
10′ 4″
10′ 5″
24″ to 30″
24″ to 30″
24″ to 30″
24″ to 28″
24″ to 29″
24″ to 30″
10′ 6″ to
11′ 6″
24″ to 30″
24″ to 30″
11′ 7″
11′ 8″
11′ 9″
11′ 10″
25″ to 30″
26″ to 30″
27″ to 30″
28″ to 30″
24″ to 30″
24″ to 30″
24″ to 30″
24″ to 30″
11′ 11″
12′ 0″
29″ to 30″
30″
25″ to 30″
26″ to 30″
*Based on 36″ countertop height.
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SUPPLIED
Actual
Ceiling
Height
ACCESSORY
ZX90010
ACCESSORY
ZX83012
• Telescopic duct covers are provided to conceal
the ductwork running to the ceiling.
• This hood can be installed for recirculating
operation. No kits required.
Installation Preparation
CHECK INSTALLATION HARDWARE
Locate the hardware package packed with the hood and check contents.
HARDWARE PACKAGE
Locate and count
screws
Air deflector for
recirculating
installation only
6 wood
screws
(#10 1-3/4″ long)
Duct bracket
8 duct cover
and air deflector
screws
(#8 thread
forming screw
3/8″ long)
4 wall
fasteners
(5/16″)
13-1/4”
28-7/8″
1-1/4″
2-piece decorative duct
25-1/8″ cover (dimension shown
for reference only)
1-1/4″
10-1/16″
NOTE: Top
mounting
screws MUST
engage wood
support.
TOP
MOUNTING
HOLE
TOP
MOUNTING
HOLE
DRILL 1/8″
PILOT HOLE
DRILL 1/8″
PILOT HOLE
NOTE: Top
mounting
screws MUST
engage wood
support.
REAR WALL
MOUNTING TEMPLATE
9-7/16″
15-7/16″
15-7/16″
10-7/8″
9-7/16″
CL
BOTTOM
MOUNTING
HOLE
Installation Height
Align Bottom Edge With
Pencil Line Indicating
Bottom of Hood
Installation Height
Align Bottom Edge With
Pencil Line Indicating
Bottom of Hood
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Printed in Mexico
BOTTOM
MOUNTING
HOLE
Wall mount template
Stainless steel filter
8
1 charcoal filter for
recirculating installation
Installation Instructions
INSTALLATION—VENTED TO THE OUTSIDE
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.
– Use a level to draw a straight pencil line on the wall.
5-1/2” centerline to wall
of supporting 100 lbs.
8" Min. Opening for Ductwork
8-1/2” min. opening for ductwork
FOR CEILING VENT DUCTING
5-1/2”
House Wiring
Location
IMPORTANT — Framing must be capable
Ceiling
C
L
8-1/2” dia. hole
1-1/4″
View
ViewFrom
from Rear
rear
cleats
Cleats
Wall vent
27-3/4” min.
above
installation
height
1-1/4″
10-1/16″
NOTE: Top
mounting
screws MUST
engage wood
support.
TOP
MOUNTING
HOLE
TOP
MOUNTING
HOLE
DRILL 1/8″
PILOT HOLE
DRILL 1/8″
PILOT HOLE
NOTE: Top
mounting
screws MUST
engage wood
support.
REAR WALL
MOUNTING TEMPLATE
9-7/16″
15-7/16″
15-7/16″
1”
min.
1" xx 6”
6" Min.
mounting
Mounting
support
Support
9-7/16″
CL
BOTTOM
MOUNTING
HOLE
Installation Height
Align Bottom Edge With
Pencil Line Indicating
Bottom of Hood
BOTTOM
MOUNTING
HOLE
Installation Height
Align Bottom Edge With
Pencil Line Indicating
Bottom of Hood
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18”
Min.
– Tape the template in position along the penciled
line. CHECK TO BE SURE THE TEMPLATE IS LEVEL.
Centerline
of of
Centerline
Installation
installation
Space
space
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 5-1/2″ from the back wall to the centerline
of an 8-1/2″ hole on the ceiling.
NOTE: If drywall is not present, add drywall thickness
to the 5-1/2″ dimension.
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 mounting screw
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.
IMPORTANT: Reinstall drywall for an even mounting
surface.
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 27-3/4″ above the pencil line
that indicates the bottom installation height, to the
centerline of an 8-1/2″ dia. duct hole. (Hole may
be elongated for duct elbow.)
HOUSE WIRING LOCATION:
• The junction box is located on the top left side
of the hood.
• Wiring should enter the back wall at least 18″ above
the bottom of the hood, and within 5-1/2″ of the left
side of the centerline.
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Installation Instructions
INSTALLATION—VENTED TO THE OUTSIDE
2 INSTALL HOOD MOUNTING SCREWS
4 MOUNT THE HOOD
WARNING: 2 people are required to lift and position
The two upper mounting screws must enter the horizontal
support or wall studs.
• With the template taped in place, use a punch to mark
mounting bracket screw locations.
• Drill 1/8″ pilot holes in 2 of the punched locations
in the lower bracket.
• Remove the template.
• Install the mounting screws, leave 1/4″ gap between
the screw head and the wall. This will allow the keyhole slot
on the hood frame to engage the screw head.
1-1/4″
the hood onto the mounting screws.
• Lift the hood onto the mounting screws.
• Check level and mark bottom screw locations.
• Remove the hood.
• Drill 1/8″ pilot holes in the marked location.
• If pilot holes do not enter studs, enlarge the holes to 3/8″
and install metal wall fastener anchors (provided).
• Lift the hood onto the mounting screws.
• Install lower screws to pull the hood tight against the wall.
• Tighten the top mounting screws.
1-1/4″
10-1/16″
NOTE: Top
mounting
screws MUST
engage wood
support.
TOP
MOUNTING
HOLE
TOP
MOUNTING
HOLE
DRILL 1/8″
PILOT HOLE
DRILL 1/8″
PILOT HOLE
NOTE: Top
mounting
screws MUST
engage wood
support.
REAR WALL
MOUNTING TEMPLATE
9-7/16″
15-7/16″
15-7/16″
9-7/16″
CL
Installation Height
Align Bottom Edge With
Pencil Line Indicating
Bottom of Hood
Tighten
screws
BOTTOM
MOUNTING
HOLE
Installation Height
Align Bottom Edge With
Pencil Line Indicating
Bottom of Hood
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Printed in Mexico
BOTTOM
MOUNTING
HOLE
IMPORTANT: Use the mounting screws provided. DO NOT USE
DRYWALL SCREWS.
• Check to be sure the mounting screws are
horizontally level.
Install
screws
3 INSTALL DUCT BRACKET
The duct bracket should be installed against the back wall
and flush with the ceiling. This bracket will hold the duct cover
in place at the top.
Secure the bracket to the wall:
• Align the diamond centerline cutout on the bracket
with the penciled centerline on the wall.
• Mark 2 screw hole locations in the wall.
• Drill 1/8″ pilot holes in the marked locations.
• If pilot holes do not enter wood studs, enlarge the holes
to 3/8″ and install metal wall fastener anchors (provided).
• If mounting directly to a masonry wall, obtain appropriate
#10 masonry screw anchors. Drill and install per the
fastener supplier’s instructions.
• Drive screws, by hand, into the fasteners to allow anchors
to expand. Remove the screws.
• Secure the bracket to the wall with wood screws and/or fasteners.
Centerline cutout
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Installation Instructions
INSTALLATION—VENTED TO THE OUTSIDE
5 CONNECT DUCTWORK
• Remove shipping tape from the damper.
• Install ductwork, making connections in the
direction of airflow as illustrated.
• Push duct over the exhaust outlet and damper.
• Secure joints in ductwork with sheet metal screws.
• Wrap all duct joints and the flange connections
with duct tape for an airtight seal.
Airflow
Duct tape
over seam
and screw
Screw
CAUTION:
Do not use sheet metal screws
at the hood flange connection. Doing so will prevent
proper damper operation. Seal connection with
tape only.
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Installation Instructions
INSTALLATION—VENTED TO THE OUTSIDE
6 CONNECT ELECTRICAL
7 INSTALL DUCT COVERS
• Remove protective plastic
Mounting
covering.
screws
• Place the decorative duct
covers on top of the hood.
NOTE: The inside duct piece
has vent holes on one end.
The holes are intended for
use when the hood is
installed for recirculating purposes. Slide the inside
end into the outer piece; the vent holes should not
be visible in this installation.
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.
• Remove the 6 screws on the junction box cover
and the knockout on the top or left side.
The inside duct piece must slip into the folded ends
of the outer section.
Junction
box cover
Upper
duct cover
Duct cover
support bracket
Lower duct
cover
• Secure the house wiring to the junction box with
a strain relief.
Duct attachment
tabs
Lower duct
cover seat
• Extend the inner duct upward to the ceiling
bracket.
Screw holes
• Connect the white lead to the branch circuit white lead.
• Connect the black lead to the branch circuit black lead.
• Connect the green/yellow lead to the branch
circuit green lead or bare ground lead.
• Secure all the connections with wire nuts on each
electrical connector.
• Push the wires into the junction box and replace
the cover. Be sure the wires are not pinched.
• Secure the junction box cover with the 6 original
screws.
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• Press up on the front corners of the filter cover panel
to unlock. Lower the panel to access the filter.
• Locate the screw holes on the inside front edge
of the opening. Install 2 screws to secure the duct
cover to the hood.
Installation Instructions
INSTALLATION—VENTED TO THE OUTSIDE
8 INSTALL FILTERS
9 FINALIZE INSTALLATION
IMPORTANT: Check to be sure that the main ON/OFF
switch next to the motor is in the ON position.
• Check to be sure all tape and packaging materials
have been removed.
• Refer to the Owner’s Manual for operating
instructions.
Push-button
switch
(horizontal
view from
inside
opening)
• Remove protective films on the grease filters and
filter cover panel.
NOTE: The charcoal filter is not required for this
installation.
• Tip the filter into the left or right side of
the opening. Lift the filter to the opposite
side and into the filter lock.
• To remove the filter, push the latch toward
the center and pull downward.
• To close the filter cover panel, push up on both
sides at the front corners to engage the latch.
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