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Important Safety Instructions
Choose a Location
Prepare Countertop Cutout
Ducting Location and Requirements
Ducting Examples
Connect the Electrical Supply
Secure the Hold Down Bolts
Removal and Replacement
Trouble Shooting Guide
Précautions importantes --------------------—- 10
Choisir un emplacement --------------------=—- 11
Préparer le découpage du comptoir ---------- 11
Règles pour l’emplacement des conduits ---- 12
Exemples de conduits-----------------=----=——— 13
Branchement au secteur ----------------==--——- 14
Serrer les boulons de fixation------------------ 14
Démontage et remplacement --------------___. 14
Tableau de dépannage ----------------------—- 15
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As with all appliances, there are certain rules to follow
for safe operation. Make sure everyone who operates
this cooktop is familiar with this product's operation and
with these precautions. Use this appliance only for its
intended purpose as described in this manual. Pay
close attention to the safety sections of manual. You
can recognize the safety section by looking for the
symbol or the word safety.
JAN Recognize this symbol as a safety
To avoid the possibility of electrical shock,
personal injury or death: Disconnect the
‘electrical supply at the main circuit breaker
before installing or servicing this unit.
Do not obstruct the flow of ventilation air.
| used to avoid personal injury.
To prevent possible damage to the counter-
top or the cooktop do not slide the unit
across the countertop. This unit is heavy
and proper lifting methods should always be
Important Safety Instructions
Choose An Installation Location
Choose a location based on the following factors:
1. The cooktop is designed to be vented only outdoors.
2. A (CC30) wall cap, ordered from an authorize
distributor is recommended for use with 6" ducting.
3. The electrical rating is 120/240 V, 7 KW Max. 60 Hz.
4. Drafts caused by home heating and air conditioning
and/or open doors or windows can disrupt the
ventilation air pattern. The cooktop should not be
installed near windows or doors.
5. The unit should not be installed in a tunnel type wall
opening. Air currents moving through the tunnel can
disrupt the ventilation air pattern.
6. The cooktop can either be ducted through the wall or
through the floor to the outside.
7. Cabinet storage space should not be located above
the cooktop.
Prepare Countertop Cutout
Clearances |
There mustbe a minimum of 30" between the topofthe
cooking surface and the bottom of an un protected wood
ormetalcabinet. Ifthe bottom ofthe cabinetis protected
by not less than 1/4" thick flame retardant millboard
covered with not less than No. 28 MSG sheet steel,
0.015" thick stainless steel, 0.024" thick aluminum, or
0.020" thick copper, the minimum distance can be
reduced to 24".
To avoid the risk of burns or fire by reaching
over heated surface units, cabinet storage
space located above the surface units should
be avoided.
Minimum Clearances
Cutout Dimensions
36" Min. Base
CE — Cabinet Width ——Úl—
1-3/8" AZ
Min — A 34-3/4" |
20-1/8" A
Ducting Location and Requirements
The illustrations to the right show the most common
ducting locations. The ducting must be located between
floor joists or wall studs.
Ducting Requirements
The duct should be 6" round metal ducting. Island or
peninsula installations may require 3-1/4" X 10" duct.
Curvedfittings should not account for more than 50%
of the duct length.
Flexible duct is not recommended because of the
irregular interior surface. If flexible duct is to be used
calculate each foot as 2 feet of metal duct.
. Do not vent into an attic or crawl space. Duct the
cooktop outside.
. Flexible duct elbows are equal to twice as many feet
as smooth metal elbows.
. Never install two elbow fittings next to each other.
Two elbows installed together will create a poor vent
path and insufficient ventilation.
. Seal all duct joints tightly using duct tape. Openings
left in ducting will allow smoke and odor to escape
inside the house.
. To ensure proper ventilation, the duct work must not
exceed 60 equivalent feet.
. For best performance, do not use over three 90°
Ducting Through Floor
Ducting For Peninsula or Island
Electrical Connection Location
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Ducting Through The Wall
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Ducting Examples
Maximum allowable duct length is 60 equivalent
Recommended Standard Fittings
Air Flow
4.5 Ft.
3.1/4 x 10 to 6 3-1/4 x 10 to 6 90° Elbow 5 Ft.
Air Flow”
6 to 3-1/4 x 10 90° Elbow 9Ft.| 90° Elbow 5 Ft.
Air Flow?
45° Elbow 2.5Ft.16to3-1/4 x 10 1Ft.
CC30 Wall Cap With Flapper
(Can be ordered from authorized dealer) 7.5 Ft.
Te ete pe es
Example of 6" System Equal to 22.5 Feet
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| Wall Cap
90° Elbow. N | y
6 Ft.
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6” Transition
Recommended Standard Fittings
Air Flow
6 to 3-1/4 x 10 1 Ft. | 3-1/4 x 10 90° Elbow 5 Ft.
3-1/4 x 10 Wali Cap OFt
Wiring Requirements
The cooktop requires three wires, 120/240 Volts, 60
Hertz A.C.. House wiring and fusing must comply with
local wiring codes. If no local codes are applicable, wire
in accordance with the Canadian Electrical Code. The
- line voltage must not exceed the rated voltage. Line
voltage less than rated voltage will result in slow heating.
Cooktop must be connected to a supply circuit as
specified on the rating plate and wiring diagram.
Connect Wiring
1. Remove the screws securing the rear fuse box cover.
Feed house wires through hole in the end of fuse box.
A strain relief should be used.
2. Using a wire nut or other approved connector connect
the red house wire to the red range wire, black wire to
black wire and white wire to white wire.
3. Loop the house green ground wire to the ground
screw and secure it using the nut and brass washer.
4. All connections must be tight. Re-attach fuse box
cover using screws removed in step 1. Attach box to
floor, inside cabinet or wall. The fuse box must be
easily accessible without moving the cooktop.
Check Wiring
Connect the electric power at the fuse box and check for
proper operation of the cooktop.
Secure the cooktop to the counter using the 4 hold down
bolts as illustrated to the right.
Tighten the bolts until the cooktop is secure in the
Removal and Replacement
Disconnect the electrical supply.
Disconnect the ducting.
Remove the 4 hold down bolts.
Re-install the unit beginning on page one of this
Remove cooktop from countertop.
Connect Electrical Supply
To avoid the possibility of electrical shock
serious personal injury or death: Disconnect
the electrical supply atthe main circuit breaker
before installing or servicing this unit.
Remove two screws from side of fuse box
Loop house ground wire around screw and
secure using nut and brass washer. N
Attach range wires to
house wires using wire
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Feed house wires through
hole in fuse box.
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Remove two screws from side of fuse box
Secure the Hold Down Bolt
Hold Down Bolt Installed
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Removal and Replacement
To avoid the possibility of electrical shock
serious personal injury or death: Disconnect
the electrical supply atthe main circuitbreaker
before removing this unit.
Trouble Shooting Guide
If the ventilation system is not operating correctly check
the items below. |
Does the system look like the example on page 6?
The system should be arranged similar to the venting -
shown on page 6. The duct work should not exceed
- 60 equivalent feet.
Was a laundry type wall cap other than the CC30
used with 6" ducting? À CC30 wall cap ordered from
an authorized dealer is recommended.
Were two elbows used together to get around a floor
joist or wall stud? Two elbows should not be
installed together. They will create a poor vent path.
If cooking odors are filtering back into the house,
answer the following questions. Was the system
was vented outside? Was the system vented into
the attic or a crawl space. The system must be
vented outside. Are all of the duct joints sealed with
duct tape? All joints must be sealed with duct tape.
Was flexible ductingused inthe installation? Flexible
ducting should not be used. If flexible ducting is
used, bends should be counted as two metal duct
elbows. A flexible duct must be calculated as twice
the length of straight 6" metal duct.
Does the size of the ducting change? All ducting
should be the same size.
Is the ducting clear of all foreign matter? Clear entire
ducting. Foreign matter in the ducting will restrict
the air flow.
Has a piece of ducting collapsed? Replace damaged
Is there a draftin the cooktop area? Try to eliminate
the draft and check the operation.
How high above the ground is the wall cap? If the
capistoo close tothe ground, air velocity will bounce
off the ground and return into the wall cap, restricting
exhaust flow.
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