Whirlpool 30 User manual

Whirlpool 30 User manual
IA WARNING
ALL RANGES CAN
TIP
. INJURY TO PERSONS
COULD RESULT
. INSTALL ANTI-TIP
DEVICE PACKED
WITH RANGE
. SEE INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
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Part No. 3 16002942/437 1893
IMPORTANT:
Read and save
these instructions.
IMPORTANT:
Installer: Leave Installation Instructions
with the homeowner.
Homeowner:
Keep installation instructions
for future reference.
Save Installation Instructions for local
electrical inspector’s use.
Before you start...
Proper installation is your responsibility.
A
qualified technician
must install this range.
Make sure you have everything
necessary
for correct installation.
It is the responsibility
of the installer to comply with the installation
clearances
specified on the serial/rating
plate. The serial/rating
plate is located
Jnder the maintop.
* Note: 30” min. when bottom of
wood or metal cabinet is
protected
by not less than l/4”
flame retardant millboard
covered with not less than No.28
MSG sheet steel, 0.0 15” stainless
steel, .024” aluminum or 0.020”
Important: Observe all
governing
codes and
ordinances.
Electrical
and gas dimensions
Shaded area is
recommended
area
for 12oV outlet on
rear wall and area
for through-the-wall
connection . of. g-as ,
copper.
Center
of range.
36” min. clearance
between the
top of the cooking platform and
the bottom of an unprotected
13” max.
upper
cabinet
depth
For minimum
see Note:
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30 min.
opening width
~
18” min.
clearance
upper cabinet
to countertop
1” min. countertop
.space to side wall or
other combustible
material.
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clearances,
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Mobile
!s
between
the ran e
and wa9I.
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Grounded
electrical
outlet
is required.
See Electrical
requirements.
WARNING: If the information in this
manual is not followed exactly, a
fire or explosion may result causing
:ydTa% damage, personal Injury
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Do Not store or use gasoline or
other flammable
vapors and
liquids in the vicinity of this or
any other appliance.
- WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS
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Do Not try to light any
appliance.
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Do Not touch any electrical
switch; Do Not use any phone
in your building.
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Immediately
call your gas
supplier from a neighbor’s
phone. Follow the gas
supplier’s instructions.
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If you cannot reach your gas
supplier, call the fire
department.
- Installation and service must be
performed by a qualified
installer, service agency or the
gas supplier.
rail 132”
Do Not seal the
side cabinets.
dimensions
that are shown
must be used. Given
dimensions provide 0” clearance.
ALL OPENINGS IN THE WALL OR
FLOOR WHERE THE RANGE IS TO
BE INSTALLED MUST BE SEALED.
Proper gas
.. supply connection
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must be available.
See
Gas supply requirements.
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Property Damage
Contact a qualified floor covering
installer to check that the floor covering
can withstand heat at least 90°F above
room temperature.
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Use an insulated pad or l/4” plywood
under range if installing range over
carpeting.
Failure to do so may result in damage to
floor covering.
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gas line shutoff valve
L.P.-resistant pipe-joint
compound
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design-certified
flexible metal
connector
(4-5 feet)
* flare union adapter for
connection
to pressure
reaulator (l/2” NPT x
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hand or electric drill
wood/metal
wall stud:
l/8-inch
drill bit
concrete/concrete
block walls:
3/16-inch carbidetipped masonry drill
Hazard
installing
a range
hood.
The range
Electrical
Shock
hood
Hazard
It is the customer’s responsibility:
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a qualified electrical
installer.
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To assure that the electrical
installation is
adequate
and in conformance
with
National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70latest edition*, and all local codes and
ordinances.
Failure
to do so could
shock or other personal
Panel A
result
in electrical
injury.
Observe all governing codes
and ordinances
Fire Hazard
Range must be connected
to a
regulated gas supply.
. L.P. gas supply must Not exceed a
pressure of 14” water column. This must
be checked
by a qualtfied technician
before installing the range.
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Do Not use an open flame to test for
leaks from gas connections.
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New, A.G.A.-approved,
flexible gas line
should be used when codes permit.
Failure to follow these instructions could
result in a fire, explosion or personal injury.
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Avoid installing cabinet storage above the
cooking surface. If cabinets are already
installed, reduce the hazard of reaching
over a heated cooking surface by
should extend a minimum of 5 inches out
from the bottom front of the cabinets.
Reaching over a heated cooking surface
could result in a serious burn.
Gas supply
requhements
n This Installation
must conform with
local codes and ordinances.
In the
absence of local codes, installations must
conform with American
National Standard,
National Fuel Gas Code ANSI 2223.1 -latest
edition.
Fire Hazard
Do Not obstruct the flow of combustion
and ventilation
air.
Injury
National Fire Protection Association
Batterymarch
Park
Quincy, Massachusetts
02269
** American
Gas Association
15 15 Wilson Boulevard
Arlington, Virginia 22209
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Tools and matetials
needed for
installation:
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Home Installation
The installation of this range must conform
to the Manufactured
Home Construction
and Safety Standards, Title 24 CFR, Par-t
3280 (formerly the Federal Standard for
Mobile Home Construction
and Safety,
Title 24, HUD Par-t 280) or when such
standard is not applicable,
the Standard
for Manufactured
Home Installation 1982
(Manufactured
Home Sites, Communities
and Setups), ANSI Z225.1-NFPA 501A, latest edition, or with local codes.
When this range is installed in a mobile
home, it must be secured to the floor
during transit Any method of securing the
range IS adequate
as long as It conforms
;;z;nfcds
listed above.
Copies of the standards listed may be
223/a”
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NOTE: Clearances
specified are for
combustible
walls and materials that
have a density of 20 or more pounds
per cubic foot. No evaluation
of
clearances
has been made for
installation adjacent
to materials
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that are less than 20 pounds per cu.
ft. or to plastic tiles and sheeting.
range.
connecti& of pipe
and shutoff valve.
Do Not
pinch the
Check location where range will be
installed. The range should be
located away from strong draft
areas, such as windows, doors and
strong heating vents or fans. The
range should be located for
convenient
use in the kitchen.
Recessed installations must provide
complete
enclosure of the sides and
rear of range.
Personal
Recommended
area
for throuah-the-floor
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hammer
WV
;yt;zhble
;
flat-blade
V
screwdriver
or
5/16-inch nut driver
Parts supplied for
hstallation:
([email protected]
2 plastic
c
bracket
[[email protected]
anchors
2 screws (#10x l-1/2”)
(thickness of wall covering may
require longer screws, available
from your local hardware store.)
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Input ratinas shown on the
serial/rating
plate are for elevations up to
2,000 feet. For elevations above 2,000 feet.
ratings should be reduced at a rate of 4%
for each 1,000 feet above sea level.
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This range is design-certified
by
A.G.A. for NATURAL and L.P. gases with
appropriate
conversion.
The serial/rating
plate located under the cooktop has
information for the type of gas that can be
used. If this information
does not agree with
the type of gas available,
check with the
local gas supplier. See Panel C and back
cover for gas conversion instructions.
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n Provide
a gas supply line of 3/4” rigid
pipe to the range location. -A smaller sizepipe on long runs may result in insufficient
gas supply. Pipe-joint compounds
made for
use with L.P. gas must be used. With L.P. gas,
piping or tubing size can be l/2” minimum.
L.P. gas suppliers usually determine
the size
and materials used on the system.
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n If local codes permit, a new
A.G.A.design-certified,
4 - 5 foot long,1 12” or
3/4” I.D., flexible metal appliance
connector
is recommended
for connecting
this range
to the gas supply line. Do Not kink or
damage
the flexible tubing when moving the
range. A l/2-inch male pipe thread is
needed for connecti
regulator female pipe thre
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The supply line shall be equipped
with
an approved
shutoff valve. This valve should
be located in the same room as the range
and should be in a location that allows ease
of opening and closing. Do Not block
access to shutoff valve.
Recommended
grounding method
DO NOT, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES,
REMOVE THE POWER SUPPLY CORD
GROUNDING PRONG.
For personal safety, this appliance
is
equipped
with a power supply cord having
a 3-prong grounding
plug. To minimize
possible shock hazard, the cord must be
plugged into a mating 3-prong, groundingtype wall receptacle,
grounded
in
accordance
with the National Electrical
Code, ANSVNFPA 70-latest edition* and ~;~#“s-h/pe
all local codes and ordinances.
(See
wall receptacle
Figure 1.) If a mating wall
receptacle
is not available,
it grou
is the personal responsibility
and obligation
of the
customer to have a
properly grounded,
3prong wall receptacle
installed by a qualified
grounding
electrician.
prow
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If rigid pipe is u
line, a combination
of pi
used to obtain an in-line connec
range. All strains must be removed from the
supply and fuel lines so range will be level
and in line.
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The reaulator must be checked
at
a minimum of 1-inch water column above
the set pressure. The inlet pressure to the
regulator should be as follows for operation:
NATURAL GAS:
Set pressure 5 inches
Maximum pressure 14 inches
L.P. GAS:
Set pressure 11 inches
Maximum pressure 14 inches
I n Line pressure testing:
Testing above l/2 lb psi (gauge)
The range and its individual shutoff valve
must be disconnected
from the gas supply
piping system during any pressure testing of
that system at test pressures greater than
l/2 psig (3.5 kPa).
Testing at l/2 lb psi (gauge)
The range must be isolated from the gas
supply piping system by closing its individual
manual shutoff valve during any pressure
testing of the gas supply piping system at
test pressures equal to or less than l/2 psig
(3.5 kPa).
Electrical
Requirements
Electrical Shock Hazard
. Electrical ground is required on this
appliance.
. Improper connection
of the equipmentgrounding conductor
can result in fire,
electrical
shock, or other personal
injury.
. Check with a qualified electrician
if you
are in doubt as to whether the
appliance
is properly grounded.
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Do Not modify the power supply cord
plug. If it does not fit the outlet, have a
proper outlet installed by a qualified
electrician.
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Do Not use an extension cord with this
appliance.
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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.
Failure to follow these instructions could
result in a fire, electrical
shock or other
personal injury.
A 120-volt, 60-Hz, AC-only, 15-ampere, fused
electrical supply is required.
A time-delay
fuse or circuit breaker is recommended.
It is
recommended
that a separate circuit
serving only this appliance
be provided.
Electronic ignition systems operate within
wide voltage limits, but proper grounding
and polarity are necessary.
In addition to
checking that the outlet provides 120-volt
power and is correctly grounded,
the outlet
must be checked
by a qualified electrician
to see if it is wired with correct polarity.
The wiring diagram is found on a separate
sheet in the literature package.
The wiring
diagram can also be found on the back of
the range.
Panel B
Now start...
With range
in kitchen.
I n Remove shipping materials, tape
and protective
film from range. Keep
cardboard
shipping base under range.
Remove oven racks and shipping materials
from inside oven.
2
n Adjust the leveling
where
floor.
the range
legs to a point
base does not touch the
Property Damage
9 Contact a qualified installer for the best
procedure
to drill mounting holes
through the type of covering (i.e.
ceramic tile) and into wall stud,
concrete or concrete block wall.
. Before moving range across floor, check
that range is on shipping base or slide
range onto cardboard
or hardboard.
Failure to follow these instructions may
result in damage to wall or floor covering.
4
n Line up the
“TOP” mounting
hole on anti-tip
bracket with mark
on wall. Use a pencil
to mark the location
of the top and
bottom mounting holes. Remove bracket.
If wall covering is ceramic tile, drill a 3/ 16inch hole through tile only. Then proceed
as
follows:
For wood or metal wall studs:
Drill 1/&inch holes at each mounting hole
location through wall and into stud.
For concrete or concrete block wall:
Drill 3/l 6-inch holes (l -3/4-inch minimum
deep) at each mounting hole location.
Tap
plastic anchors into mounting holes with
hammer.
n Line up holes on
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bracket with holes on
wall, making sure that
the ‘TOP” mounting
hole on bracket is lined
up with top hole in wall. ( _.
Securely fasten bracket
4
to wall using screws provided.
6
n Plug range power supply cord into
grounded
outlet. Carefully slide range into
position until range is approximately
2 inches
from rear wall. Remove shipping base,
cardboard
or hardboard
from under range.
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To prevent tipping, install range anti-tip
bracket.
Anti-tip bracket must be attached
to a
wood or metal wall stud, or concrete or
concrete block wall.
Do Not attach anti-tip bracket to a
cabinet.
Save these Installation Instructions.
If
range is moved to a new location, the
anti-tip bracket must be reinstalled in
the new location.
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n To mount anti-tip bracket to wood or
metal wall stud: Find the wall stud that is
closest to the center of the range location.
(Note: Wall stud should Not be more than
12 inches to the right or left of center of
range location.)
Measure and mark at the
center of the wall stud a distance of 33-3/ 16
inches up from the floor.
To mount anti-tip bracket to concrete or
concrete block wall: Measure and mark on
the rear wall at the center of the range
location a distance 33-3/16 inches up from
the floor. (Note: Anti-tip bracket may Not
be installed more than 12 inches to the right
or left of center of range location.)
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Check
pulling
out of
cable
hooks.
n Push cable,
located on rear of range,
up and into the two hooks
on the anti-tip bracket.
that cable is secure in both hooks by
cable towards range. If cable comes
hooks, reposition cable to insure that
fits securely in both anti-tip bracket
Slide range into final position.
8
n If installing the range in a mobile
home, you MUST-secure the range to the
floor. Any method of securing the range is
adequate
as long as it conforms to the
standards listed in the Mobile Home
installation instructions, Panel A.
9
n Place rack in oven. Place level on
rack, first side to side; then front to back. If
range is not level, adjust the leveling legs up
or down until the range is level.
Note: Oven must be level for satisfactory
baking conditions.
Do Not make connection
too tight. The
regulator is die cast. Overtightening
may
crack the regulator, resulting in a gas leak
and possible fire or explosion.
All connections
tightened.
flexible
Electrical Shock Hazard
. Take special care when drilling holes into
the wall. Electrical wires may be
concealed
behind the wall covering.
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Locate the electrical
circuits that could
be affected by the installation of this
bracket and turn off the power to these
circuits.
Failure to follow these instructions may
result in electrical
shock or other personal
injury.
pressure
regulator
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connector
must be wrenchl/2” flare union adapter
valve
n Assemble the flexible connector
from the gas supply pipe to the pressure
regulator, located in burner box, in this
order: shutoff valve, l/2” flare union
adapter, flexible connector,
l/2” flare union
adapter. Seal all openings in floor or wall
wherever range is installed.
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14. 17. 15a.
Numbers
correspond
to steps.
blue flame. To adjust the burner, remove the
control knob and turn the adjustment
screw
in the center of the valve stem. Check the
adjustment
by turning the control knob from
“HI” to “LO” several times. The burner is
properly adjusted when the low flame
remains steady and the burner does not go
out. Check each burner.
w Push in and turn the
control knob to the “LITE” position
and then to the “LO” position.
The low flame should be a
minimum, steady, blue flame. To
adjust the burner, remove the control knob
and turn the adjustment
screw in the center
of the valve stem. Check the adjustment
by
turning the control knob from ‘HI” to “LO”
several times. The burner is properly
adjusted when the low flame remains steady
and the burner does not go out. Check
each burner.
19a.
Make sure the
oven control
knob is in the
“OFF” position. Remove the oven racks, oven
bottom, and oven burner baffle. Hold a
lighted match to the opening in the top of
the pilot at the rear of the oven burner. No
pilot adjustments
are required.
18
n Remove oven rack. Remove
oven screws at rear of oven bottom. Pull
oven bottom rear up and remove front of
oven bottom from oven front. Remove oven
bottom. Remove baffle.
Check the operation
of the oven burner.
2. 4.8.10.
Push in and turn
temperature
control knob
to 300°F. The oven burner
should light in 50 - 60
seconds. This delay is
The oven safety valve requires
a certain time before it will open and allow
gas to flow.
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Turn oven
thermostat
knob to 300°F.
The oven pilot should now be
larger with the flame
extending
down the slanted ramp
and burning against a small metal bulb.
After 20-40 seconds, the
main oven burner should
ignite and burn until the
oven temperature
has
reached 300°F. At that
time, the oven pilot
should get smaller, moving away from the
metal bulb which will turn the main oven
burner off after 20-40 seconds.
The oven burner will continue to turn off and
on to maintain oven temperature.
11
n Use pipe-ioint
compound
made
for use with Natural and L.P. gas to seal all
gas connections.
If flexible connector
is
used, be certain connector
is not kinked.
12
n Open the shutoff valve in the
gas supply line. Wait a few minutes for gas
to move through the gas line.
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Fire Hazard
Do Not use an open flame to test for leaks
from gas connections.
Checking for leaks with a flame may
result in a fire or explosion.
Product Damage
. Do Not insert any object into the
openings of the protective
shield that
surrounds the ignitor.
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Do Not clean the area.
Failure to follow these instructions could
result in product damage.
Initial lighting and gas flame
adjustments depend on type of
system
- electronic
ignition or standing
pilot. Raise cooktop and check which system
is available.
Continue installation, following
steps under the heading for this range’s
system.
Electronic Ignition System initial lighting and gas flame
adjustments.
the
operation
of the cooktop
02
burners. Push in and turn
each control knob to “LITE”
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position. The flame should light
“O
within 4 seconds. Do Not leave the knob in
the “LITE” position after burner lights.
15
n Check
l/2”
-WI-After burner lights,
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turn control knob to ‘HI” position.
F=
Check each cooktop burner for
proper flame. The small inner cone
should have a very distinct blue
flame approximately
l/2” long. The outer
cone is not as distinct as the inner cone.
16
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n If burners
need
adjusting for proper flame,
remove burner grates and
carefully lift up the
air adjustment
maintop.
Adjust the air
shutter to the widest
opening that will produce a sharp blue flame
that does not lift or blow off of the burner.
Repeat as necessary with each burner.
Panel C
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Check the oven burner for
proper flame. This flame should be 1’ long,
with inner cone of bluish-green,
and outer
mantle of dark blue and should be clean
and soft in character.
No yellow tips,
blowing or lifting of flame should occur.
20
22a.
If oven flame needs to
be adjusted, locate the air shutter
near the center rear of the oven
burner. Loosen screw and adjust
the air shutter until the proper
flame appears. Tighten screw.
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baffle,
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To get
range,
Keep
close
Reolace the oven burner
oven bottom, and oven racks.
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Standing Pilot System
14a
air
shutter
If oven flame needs to be
adjusted, loosen screw and
adjust the air shutter until the
proper flame appears.
Tighten screw. Replace
burner baffle, oven bottom
and oven racks.
the most efficient use from your new
read your Use and Care Guide.
Installation Instructions and Guide
to the range for easy reference.
Gas conversion
Be sure all control knobs are
in the “OFF” position. Remove grates and
raise the maintop.
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screw
Cooktop and oven burners use electronic
ignitors in place of standing pilots. When the
cooktop control knob is turned to ‘LITE”
position, the system creates a spark to light
the burner. This sparking continues until the
control knob is turned to the desired setting.
When the oven control is turned to the
desired setting, a glow bar heats up bright
orange and ignites the gas. No sparking
occurs and the glow bar remains on while
the burner operates.
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21a
19
w Check the oven
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II,
burner for proper flame. This flame
should have a 1I long inner cone of
bluish-green,
with an outer mantle
of dark blue, and should be clean
and soft in character.
No yellow
tips, blowing or lifting of flame should occur.
13
n Use a brush and liquid detergent
to test all gas connections
for leaks. Bubbles
around connections
will indicate a leak. If a
leak appears, shut off gas valve controls
and adjust connections.
Then check
connections
again. NEVER TEST FOR GAS
LEAKS WITH A MATCH OR OTHER FLAME.
Clean all detergent
solution from range.
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The serial rating plate, located under the
maintop, specifies the type of gas this range
was set to use. Conversion should be done
by a qualified installer.
Natural to L.P. gas
Standing Pilot Models:
CA,@<
Convert the pressure
A
regulator. Do Not remove
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Adjust pilot adjusrment
screw so pilot flame
tip is l/8” high and centered
in the hole in the
pilot housing. If the flame is too high, carbon
(soot) will accumulate
under the cooktop.
15a
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Check the
operation
of the cooktop
burners. Push in and turn
each control knob to “LITE”
position. The flame should light
within 4 seconds. Do Not leave
knob in the “LITE” position after
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the
burner lights.
16a
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After burner liahts, turn
control knob to “HI” position. Check each
cooktop burner for proper flame. This small,
inner cone should have a very distinct blue
flame approximately
l/2” long. The outer
cone is not as distinct as the inner cone.
18a.
burner.
Push in and turn the control knob to the
“LITE” position and then to the “LO” position.
The low flame should be a minimum, steady,
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small end towards
regulator for Q
1. Remove
from the
regulator.
2. Remove
plunger
cap.
3. Turn the
enlarged
4. Replace
5. Replace
enlarged
end
the cap
pressure
the
from the
plunger upside down with the
end down.
the plunger inside the regulator.
the cap.
Electric Ignition Models
A
Convert the pressure regulator.
remove the pressure regulator.
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hollow end
towards
regulator for
natural gas
I.
If burners need adjusting for
proper flame, adjust the air
shutter to the widest opening
that will not cause the flame
to lift or blow off of the burner.
Repeat as necessary with each
the pressure regulator.
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Do Not
solid end
towards
regulator for
L.P. gas
1. Unscrew the
cap from the
pressure
regulator. Be sure
spring stays in place.
2. Turn the cap over
so the hollow end
faces outward.
3. Replace the cap of the regulator. The
letters L.P. should be visible on exposed
end of the cap.
B
w Convert
models).
surface
burner valves,
Lift and lock
cooktop in up
position.
Use l/2” wrench
to turn spud
counterclockwise
until snug
(approximately
2-l /2 turns). Do
Not over-tighten.
spuds
increases
decreases
decreases
flame size
(preset
atrectoryIor
C
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Convert
(all
Oven thermostat adjustment
Standing Pilot System only
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If your range is connected
to natural gas,
the selector should be turned so the
indicator points to the NAT position. If the
range is connected
to L.P. or bottled gas,
the selector should be turned to the L.P.
position.
Allow enough time for the air to escape from
the pilot gas line.
Turn the oven thermostat
knob to “Off”.
Remove oven thermostat
knob to gain
access to selector key. Light the pilot light.
to complete
cleaning
or
in off position
L.P. to Natural gas
Converting
to natural gas should be done by
a qualified installer.
Use a wrench to remove cap from pressure
regulator. Turn cap over so that the “Nat.”
side is up and replace cap and gasket on
regulator.
Cooktop orifice hoods and oven orifice
hood need to be loosened 2 to 2- l/2 turns
to allow for proper gas flow. The flame
adjustment
for cooktop burners and oven
burner would be the same as described
in
the installation steps (see Panel C).
If you have a standing pilot system, remove
thermostat
knob and use a screwdriver to
rotate key to “N” position. Replace
thermostat
knob.
Personal Injury Hazard
Do Not step, lean or sit on the range or the
door or drawers of the range.
Failure to follow this instruction could result
in personal injury and/or product damage.
If you need
assistance...
Check your Use and Care Guide for a tollfree number to call or call the dealer from
whom you purchased
this appliance.
The
dealer is listed in the Yellow Pages of your
phone directory under “Appliances
Major. II
When you call, you will need the range
model number and serial number. Both
numbers can be found on the serial/rating
plate located under the maintop.
4. If air shutter needs adjusting, loosen air
shutter set screw and adjust to obtain
proper flame. This will normally be
completely
open for L.P. gas. Tighten air
shutter set screw.
5. Replace oven baffle and oven bottom.
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If the gas or electrical supply is inaccessible,
lift the range slightly at the front and pull the
range out away from the wall. Pull the
range out only as far as necessary to
disconnect
the gas and electric supply lines.
Move range back into operating
position.
Level the range. Connect gas line to range
and check for leaks. Make sure that cable is
secure in anti-tip bracket.
Plug electric
power supply cord into outlet.
oven burner (all models).
Part No. 3 16002942/437
01992
If removing the range is necessary for
cleaning or maintenance,
shut off gas
supply to the range. Disconnect
the gas
and electric supply.
Remove the range
maintenance.
as
Plame size
1. Remove bottom oven hold-down
screws
at rear of oven bottom. Pull up at rear,
and remove front of oven bottom from
oven front frame. Pull the oven bottom
straight out of the oven. Remove burner
baffle.
2. Use l/2” wrench to turn down the spud
(approximately
2- l/2 turns), until snug
against the pin. Do Not over-tighten.
3. Turn thermostat
control knob to 300°F. The
oven burner flame should be steady and
approximately
1’ long with no yellow or
orange tips.
For cleaning and
maintenance...
Benton Harbor, Michigan
49022
Printed in U.S.A
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