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Viking RVDR33025BSS Installation Guide
Installation
®
Viking Range, LLC
111 Front Street
Greenwood, Mississippi 38930 USA
(662) 455-1200
For product information, call 1-888-845-4641
or visit the Viking Website at vikingrange.com
F21189 EN
3 Series
Freestanding 30” Dual Fuel
Self-Clean Sealed Burner Range
(053113)
Table of Contents
IMPORTANT–Read and Follow!
Warnings & Important Safety Instructions_____________________________________________________ 3
• Before beginning, please read these
instructions completely and carefully.
Your safety and the safety of others is
very important.
• DO NOT remove permanently affixed
labels, warnings, or plates from product.
This may void the warranty.
We have provided many important safety
messages in this manual and on your
appliance. ALWAYS read and obey all
safety messages.
Dimensions __________________________________________________________________________________ 6
Specifications _________________________________________________________________________________7
Clearance Dimensions (Proximity to Cabinets) _________________________________________________8
Clearance Dimensions (Wood/Composite Overlay) ____________________________________________9
Electrical & Gas Requirements ______________________________________________________________ 10
General Information ________________________________________________________________________ 12
Installation __________________________________________________________________________________ 13
Door Removal __________________________________________________________________________ 13
Leg Installation _________________________________________________________________________ 14
Electrical Connection (3-Wire)___________________________________________________________ 15
Electrical Connection (4-Wire)___________________________________________________________ 17
Leveling/Adjustments/Alignment________________________________________________________ 19
Anti-tip Device Installation ______________________________________________________________ 20
Wall Mount Anti-tip Installation _________________________________________________________ 20
Floor Mount Anti-tip Installation ________________________________________________________ 21
Connecting Gas & Electrical ____________________________________________________________ 22
Final Installation ________________________________________________________________________ 23
Door Replacement and Adjustment _____________________________________________________ 24
Final Preparation____________________________________________________________________________ 25
Performance Checklist ______________________________________________________________________ 25
Service & Registration ______________________________________________________________________ 26
2
This is the safety alert symbol. This
symbol alerts you to hazards that
can kill or hurt you and others.
• All local and national codes and ordinances
must be observed. Installation must
conform with local codes or in the absence
of codes, the National Fuel Gas Code ANSI
Z223.1/NFPA-54 – latest edition.
All safety messages will be preceded by
the safety alert symbol and the word
“DANGER,” “WARNING” or “CAUTION.”
These words mean:
• The installer must leave these instructions
with the consumer who should retain for
local inspector’s use and for future
reference.
DANGER
Hazards or unsafe practices
which WILL result in severe personal
injury or death.
In Canada: Installation must be in accordance
with the current CAN/CGA B149.1 & 2 Gas
Installation codes and/or local codes. Electrical
installation must be in accordance with the
current CSA C22.1 Canadian Electrical Codes
Part 1 and/or local codes.
WARNING
Hazards or unsafe practices
which COULD result in severe personal
injury or death.
CAUTION
In Massachusetts: All gas products must be
installed by a “Massachusetts” licensed
plumber or gasfitter. A “T” type handle
manual valve must be installed in the gas
supply line to the appliance.
Hazards or unsafe practices which
COULD result in minor personal injury or
property damage.
All safety messages will identify the
hazard, tell you how to reduce the chance
of injury, and tell you what can happen if
the instructions are not followed.
3
IMPORTANT–Read and Follow!
A GFI shall be used if required by NFPA-70 (National Electric Code), federal/state/local
laws, or local ordinances.
• The required use of a GFI is normally related to the location of a receptacle with respect to
any significant sources of water or moisture.
• Viking Range, LLC will NOT warranty any problems resulting from GFI outlets which are not
installed properly or do not meet the requirements below.
If
•
•
•
•
the use of a GFI is required, it should be:
Of the receptacle type (breaker type or portable type NOT recommended)
Used with permanent wiring only (temporary or portable wiring NOT recommended)
On a dedicated circuit (no other receptacles, switches or loads in the circuit)
Connected to a standard breaker of appropriate size (GFI breaker of the same size NOT
recommended)
• Rated for Class A (5 mA +/- 1 mA trip current) as per UL 943 standard
• In good condition and free from any loose-fitting gaskets (if applicable in outdoor situations)
• Protected from moisture (water, steam, high humidity) as much as reasonably possible
DANGER
CAUTION
To prevent possible damage to cabinets
and cabinet finishes, use only materials
and finishes that will not discolor or
delaminate and will withstand
temperatures up to 194°F (90°C). Heat
resistant adhesive must be used if the
product is to be installed in laminated
cabinetry. Check with your builder or
cabinet supplier to make sure that the
materials meet these requirements.
FIRE/EXPLOSION
HAZARD
IF THE INFORMATION IN
THIS MANUAL IS NOT
FOLLOWED EXACTLY, A FIRE OR
EXPLOSION MAY RESULT CAUSING
PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL
INJURY, OR DEATH.
• 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:
–DO NOT try to light any appliance.
–DO NOT touch any electrical switch;
DO NOT use any phone in your
building.
–Immediately call your gas supplier from
a neighbor’s phone.
–Follow the gas supplier’s instructions.
–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.
4
DANGER
DANGER
GAS LEAK HAZARD
CHEMICAL HAZARD
To avoid risk of personal injury
or death; leak testing of the
appliance must be conducted
according to the manufacturer’s
instructions. Before placing appliance in
operation, always check for gas leaks
with soapy water solution.
• DO NOT USE AN OPEN FLAME TO
CHECK FOR GAS LEAKS.
To avoid risk of property
damage and/or personal injury
or death; this appliance is not
too be used as a heating source.
• Benzene is a chemical which is part of
the gas supply to this cooking product,
which is consumed in the flames during
combustion. Exposure to a small
amount of benzene is possible if a gas
leak occurs. Formaldehyde and soot are
by-products of incomplete combustion.
• This appliance contains or produces
chemicals which can cause serious
injury or death and which are known to
the state of California to cause cancer,
birth defects or other reproductive harm.
To reduce the risk from substances in
the fuel or from fuel combustion make
sure this appliance is installed,
operated, and maintained in accordance
to the instructions in this document.
WARNING
TIPPING HAZARD
To reduce the risk of the
appliance tipping, it must be
secured by a properly installed
anti-tip bracket(s). To make
sure the bracket has been
installed properly, look behind
the range with a flashlight to
verify proper installation
engaged in the rear top left corner of the
range or under the range to verify that a
floor hook and bracket have been installed.
• THIS RANGE CAN TIP.
• A CHILD OR ADULT CAN TIP THE
RANGE AND BE KILLED.
• FAILURE TO INSTALL THE ANTI-TIP
DEVICE CAN RESULT IN DEATH OR
SERIOUS BURNS TO CHILDREN OR
ADULTS.
• IF THE RANGE IS MOVED THEN THE
ANTI-TIP DEVICE MUST BE
RE-ENGAGED.
DANGER
ELECTRICAL SHOCK
HAZARD
To avoid risk of electrical shock,
personal injury or death; verify
your appliance has been properly
grounded in accordance with local codes
or in absence of codes, with the National
Electrical Code (NEC). ANSI/NFPA-70 –
latest edition.
WARNING
MOVING HAZARD
To avoid risk of severe
personal injury; this appliance
requires two or more personnel
while handling and moving. Possible
use of appliance moving devices is
recommended.
5
Dimensions
Specifications
Dual Fuel 30” W. Range
Dual Fuel 30” W. Range
Description
29
(75-7/8
.9 ”
cm
)
3
(91 5-7
.1 /8”
cm
)
to min
.
(94 37
.0 ”
cm
)m
ax
.
RVDR
Overall width
29-7/8” (75.9 cm)
Overall height
To top of side trim – 35-7/8” (91.1 cm) min. 37” (94.0 cm) max.
Legs adjust – 1-1/8” (2.9 cm)
Overall depth
from rear
To front of side panel – 25” (63.5 cm)
To front of door – 25-3/4” (65.4 cm)
To front of control panel – 27 1/8" (68.9 cm)
To end of knobs – 29" (73.7 cm)
Additions to Overall
Height
To top of island trim – add 0” (0.0 cm)
To top of backguard – add 6” (15.2 cm)
To top of high shelf – add 18-3/16” (46.2 cm)
Gas Requirements
Gas Manifold Pressure
Shipped standard for Natural gas, field convert with LP conversion kit included with
each unit; Accepts standard residential 1/2” (1.3 cm) ID gas service line
Natural 5.0” W.C.P./ Liquid Propane L/P 10.0” W.C.P.
Electrical Requirements 240-208 VAC 60 Hz electrical connection box on product, connect with locally supplied
3-wire, flexible cord or “pigtail” rated 40 amp. 125-250 VAC minimum. Cord must be
agency approved for use with household electric ranges.
240V – 25.4 amps
208V – 22.9 amps
Max Amp Usage
Surface Burner Rating
Natural/LP
Left front
Left rear
Center
Right rear
Right front
27-1/8” (68.9 cm)
25” (63.5 cm)
BTU
BTU
BTU
BTU
BTU
Nat/15,800 BTU LP/Propane (5.3 kW Nat/4.6 kW LP/Propane)
Nat/7,200 BTU LP/Propane (2.3 kW Nat/1.9 kW LP/Propane)
Nat/8,000 BTU LP/Propane (2.7 kW Nat/2.3 kW LP/Propane)
Nat/10,800 BTU LP/Propane (3.5 kW Nat/3.2 kW LP/Propane)
Nat/15,800 BTU LP/Propane (5.3 kW Nat/4.6 kW LP/Propane)
Oven Interior Width
6”
(15.2 cm)
29” (73.7 cm)
35-7/8”
25” (63.5 cm)
(91.1 cm) min.
to
37”
(94 cm) max.
19-1/4”
18,000
8,000
9,000
12,000
18,000
25-3/4” (65.4 cm)
(48.9 cm)
45” (114.3 cm)
24” (61 0 cm)
Note: Units shown with standard 6” backguard.
6
25-5/16” (64.6 cm)
Oven Interior Height
16-1/2” (41.9 cm)
Oven Interior Depth
Overall – 19-1/2” (49.5 cm)
AHAM – 16-13/16” (42.7 cm)
Oven Volume
Overall
AHAM
4.7 cu. ft.
4.1 cu. ft.
Approximate
shipping weight
410 lbs.
(184.5 kg)
Note: Clearances from non-combustible materials are not part of the ANSI Z21.1 scope and not certified by CSA.
Clearances to non-combustible materials must be approved by the authority having jurisdiction.
Minimum clearances from adjacent combustible construction:
Below cooking surface (36” [91.4 cm] and below)
• Sides - 0”
• Top grate support - 36” (91.4 cm)
Above cooking surface (above 36” [91.4 cm])
• Sides - 6” (15.2 cm)
• Within 6” (15.2 cm) side clearance, wall cabinets no deeper than 13” (33.0 cm) must be minimum 18” (45.7 cm)
above cooking surface
• Wall cabinets directly above product must be a minimum of 42” (106.7 cm) above cooking surface
• Rear - 0” with 6” backguard or high shelf; 0” with island trim and non-combustible rear wall;
• 6” (15.2 cm) with island trim and combustible rear wall
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Clearance Dimensions
• Wall cabinets above the range must be a
minimum of 42” (106.7 cm) above the
range cooking surface for the full width
of the range. This minimum height
requirement does not apply if a range
hood is installed over the cooking surface.
• This range may be installed directly
adjacent to existing 36” (91.4 cm) high
base cabinets.
IMPORTANT: The side trim MUST be
3/8” (.95 cm) above the adjacent base
cabinet countertop. This can be
accomplished by raising the unit using
the adjustment spindles on the legs.
• The range CANNOT be installed
directly adjacent to sidewalls, tall
cabinets, tall appliances, or other
side vertical surfaces above
36” (91.4 cm) high. There must be
a minimum of 6” (15.2 cm) side
clearance from the range to such
combustible surfaces above the
36” (91.4 cm) counter height.
• Within the 6” (15.2 cm) side
clearance to combustible vertical
surfaces above 36” (91.4 cm), the
maximum wall cabinet depth
must be 13” (33.0 cm) and wall
cabinets within this 6” (15.2 cm)
side clearance must be
18” (45.7 cm) above the
36” (91.4 cm) high countertop.
Clearance Dimensions
(Proximity to Cabinets)
The bottom of a standard hood should be
30” (76.2 cm) min. to 36” (91.4 cm) max.
above the countertop. This would typically
result in the bottom of the hood being
66” (167.6 cm) to 72” (182.9 cm) above the
floor. Refer to the range hood installation
instructions for additional information. These
dimensions provide for safe and efficient
operation of the hood.
29
6”
(15 min
.2 .
cm
)
in.
” mcm)
2
4 .7
(10
”
24 cm)
.0
(61 or
66
”
27 cm)
(38
.6
0” )
m
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76 in
.2 .
cm
36 to )
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( 91
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o
(16 ”mi
7.6 n.
c
72 to m)
(18 ”ma
2.9 x.
cm
)
Note: Minimum clearance
for back wall is 0” with
backguard or high-shelf.
(75-7/8
.9 ”
cm
.
)
x
a
m m)
”
133.0 c
(3
(Wood/Composite Overlay)
66
(16 ”mi
7.6 n.
c
72 to m)
”
(18 ma
2.9 x.
cm
)
”
30 cm)
.2
(76
6” m)
.2 c
5
(1
Wall Installation
30
”
(76 min
.2 .
cm
36 to )
”
(91 ma
.4 x.
cm
)
A
BURN HAZARD
Range
Width
30”
To avoid risk of personal injury;
the use of cabinets for storage
above the appliance may result
in a potential burn hazard. Combustible
items may ignite, metallic items may
become hot and cause burns. If cabinet
storage is used, the risk can be reduced by
installing a rangehood that projects
horizontally a minimum 5" (12.7 cm)
beyond the bottom of cabinets.
“A”
Dimension
30” (76.2 cm)
Note: This range ships standard with a backguard.
Minimum clearance for back wall is 0" with
backguard or high-shelf.
Note: If a range hood is installed, wall cabinets
above the range have a different minimum
clearance height.
8
Important: If installing with an accessory
island trim, there must be a minimum of
6” (15.2 cm) clearance from rear of range
to a combustible wall.
Note: Clearances from non-combustible
materials are not part of the ANSI Z21.1
scope and are not certified by CSA.
Clearances to non-combustible materials
must be approved by the authority having
jurisdiction.
Island Installation
9
Electrical & Gas Requirements
Electrical & Gas Requirements
Electrical Requirements
Flexible Connections:
In Canada: CAN 1-6, 10-88 metal
If the unit is to be installed with flexible
couplings and/or quick-disconnect fittings,
the installer must use a heavy-duty AGA
design-certified flexible connector of at least
1/2” (1.3 cm) ID NPT (with suitable strain
reliefs) in compliance with ANSI Z21.41
and Z21.69.
connectors for gas appliances and
CAN 1-6.9 M79 quick disconnect devices for
use with gas fuel.
IMPORTANT: Any conversion required must
be performed by your dealer or a qualified
licensed plumber or gas service company.
Please provide the service person with this
manual before work begins.
Check your national and local codes
regarding this unit. This range requires
3-wire or 4-wire, 240-208 VAC/60 Hz. See
“Electrical Connection” section for
grounding instructions. Must be fused
seperately from any other circuit.
Pressure Regulator:
• All heavy-duty, commercial type cooking
equipment must have a pressure regulator
on the incoming service line for safe and
efficient operation, since service pressure
may fluctuate with local demand. External
regulators are not required on this range
since a regulator is built into each unit at
the factory. Under no condition bypass
this built-in regulator.
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK
HAZARD
To avoid the risk of electrical
shock, personal injury or death;
verify electrical power is turned off at the
breaker box and gas supply is turned off
until the range is installed and ready to
operate, installation by an authorized
installer only.
Gas connection
• Manifold pressure should be checked with
a manometer, natural gas requires 5.0”
W.C.P. and LP gas requires 10.0” W.C.P.
Incoming line pressure upstream from the
regulator must be 1” W.C.P. higher than
the manifold pressure in order to check
the regulator. The regulator used on this
range can withstand a maximum input
pressure of 1/2” PSI (14.0” W.C.P.). If the
line pressure is in excess of that amount, a
step down regulator will be required.
Gas Connection
The gas supply (service) line must be the
same size or greater than the inlet line of the
appliance. This range uses a 1/2” (1.3 cm)
ID NPT (Sch40) inlet. Sealant on all pipe
joints must be resistive to LP gas.
The range is designed specifically for natural
or LP gas. Before beginning installation
verify that the model is compatible with the
intended gas supply.
• The appliance must be disconnected from
the gas supply piping system during any
pressure testing of that system.
In Massachusetts: This appliance must be
installed with a 36” (3-foot) long flexible
gas connector.
3
(71 1”
mi .7 cm
nim )
um
Gas and electrical
access area
3
(7. ”
6c
m
)
3-1/2”
(8.9 cm)
Manual shut-off valve:
This installer-supplied valve must be installed
in the gas service line before the appliance
in the gas stream and in a location where it
can be reached quickly in the event of
an emergency.
3”
3”
(7.6 cm)
(7.6 cm)
SIDE VIEW
REAR VIEW
In Massachusetts: A “T” handle type
manual valve must be installed in the gas
supply line to the appliance.
10
11
General Information
Installation
NOTICE
READ AND FOLLOW ALL WARNING
AND CAUTION INFORMATION
WHEN INSTALLING THIS APPLIANCE.
Moving, Handling, and Unpacking
• All openings in the wall behind the
appliance and in the floor under the
appliance must be sealed.
• DO NOT obstruct the flow of combustion
and ventilation air.
Remove and discard all packing materials,
including cardboard and tape on the outside
and inside of the range.
DO NOT use the handle or oven door to
lift the oven. Remove door before
installation to ensure that it is not used to
lift the unit. DO NOT lift or carry the door
by the handle.
Remove the cardboard top pack containing
the burner heads, burner caps, grates, leveling
legs and anti-tip bracket from the top of the
range.
Removing the door must be done by your
dealer, a qualified licensed plumber, or
certified gas installer.
DO NOT discard the anti-tip
metal brackets (2) supplied
with the range. These are the
anti-tip devices and one must
be installed with the unit.
Refer to “Anti-tip Device
Installation” section.
CAUTION
Avoid any damage to oven vents. The vents
need to be unobstructed and open to provide
proper airflow for optimal oven performance.
CAUTION
Some stainless steel parts
may have a plastic protective
wrap which must be peeled off. The interior
should be washed thoroughly with hot,
soapy water to remove film residues and any
dust or debris before being used, then
rinsed and wiped dry. Solutions stronger
than soap and water are rarely needed.
The cooling fan should be operating when
the unit is in operation. If you notice the
cooling fan is not operating or you observe
unusual or excessive noise coming from the
cooling fan, contact a Viking Authorized
Service Center before continuing operation.
Failure to do so can result in damage to the
oven or surrounding cabinets.
Door Removal
1
2
Open door completely. Place pins, supplied
with unit, in pin holes. For personal safety, ONLY use
pins supplied with the unit.
Remove hinge trim screws. Take off hinge trim. Identify
right and left hinge for future re-installation.
3
4
Gently close until pins stop door.
12
Lift door up and out.
13
Leg Installation
Electrical Connection (3-wire)
Note: If you have a 4-wire connection, see following section for
4-wire connection instructions.
2
1
WARNING
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK
HAZARD
ELECTRICAL SHOCK
HAZARD
1
1
3
2
Legs are packed in the cardboard top pack.
Note: Legs should be installed near to where
appliance is to be used, as they are
not secure for long transit.
Note: It is strongly recommended
that a pallet or lift jack be used rather than tilting.
Raise unit about a foot. Unscrew temporary legs
from couplings.
4
3
To avoid risk of electrical shock,
personal injury or death; verify
your appliance has been properly
grounded in accordance with local codes
or in absence of codes, with the National
Electrical Code (NEC) ANSI/NFPA-70 –
latest edition.
To avoid risk or electrical
shock, personal injury or death;
grounding product to the frame of the unit
may or may not be permitted through
your local codes. If ground to the frame is
not permitted then a 4-conductor power
cord must be used.
Use a 3-wire power supply cord kit rated for
40 amps – 125/250 volts with closed loop
terminals and marked for use with ranges.
1
2
Where local codes do not permit grounding
through neutral, use a 4-wire power supply
cord. The cord or conduit must be secured
to the range with the strain relief bracket.
The electrical connection is made at the
terminal block, which is located behind the
access door on the back of the range.
Screw legs into couplings on all
four corners.
1
Remove access door.
Lower range gently to keep any undue strain from
legs and internal mounting hardware.
3
2
3
1
2
Remove supply cord strain relief
bracket and three supply cord mounting screws
on terminal block.
14
Feed supply cord up through hole in bottom
of range back.
15
Electrical Connection (3-wire) (cont.)
Bare Wire Connection
Eyelet Connection
Electrical Connection (4-wire)
4
WARNING
2
1
Attach line #1 (red) and line #2 (black)
leads to outside terminal. Attach neutral wire (white)
to center terminal on the terminal block.
To make a bare wire connection, use holes on the left
side of the terminal block. To connect eyelet style
wires, use holes on right side of terminal.
5
To avoid risk of electrical shock,
personal injury or death; verify
your appliance has been properly
grounded in accordance with local codes
or in absence of codes, with the National
Electrical Code (NEC) ANSI/NFPA-70 –
latest edition.
To avoid risk or electrical
shock, personal injury or death;
grounding product to the frame of the unit
may or may not be permitted through
your local codes. If ground to the frame is
not permitted then a 4-conductor power
cord must be used.
Use a 4-wire power supply cord kit rated for
40 amps – 125/250 volts with closed loop
terminals and marked for use with ranges.
6
1
ELECTRICAL SHOCK
HAZARD
ELECTRICAL SHOCK
HAZARD
1
1
WARNING
1
1
2
Where local codes do not permit grounding
through neutral, use a 4-wire power supply
cord. The cord or conduit must be secured
to the range with the strain relief bracket.
3
2
Push supply cord toward terminal
block to relieve strain, reattach supply cord strain relief
bracket over supply cord.
The electrical connection is made at the
terminal block, which is located behind the
access door on the back of the range.
1
Remove access door.
Reattach access door.
3
2
3
2
1
1
2
Remove supply cord strain relief
bracket and three supply cord mounting screws on
the terminal block.
16
Remove grounding screw. Cut-off
and discard ground strap.
17
Electrical Connection (4-wire) (cont.)
Bare Wire Connection
Eyelet Connection
Leveling/Adjustments/Alignment
2
1
4
1
1
Measure the four corners in cutout area
to verify if flooring is level.
Feed supply cord up through hole in bottom
of range back.
To make a bare wire connection, use holes on the left
side of the terminal block. To connect eyelet style
wires, use holes on right side of terminal.
6
5
For uneven or sloped floors, level unit with metal shims
only, as the adjustment required may exceed
the thread available in the leg.
4
3
1
1
2
2
”
3/8cm)
95
(0.
Attach ground lead (green)
with ground screw that was removed.
7
Attach line #1 (red) and line #2 (black)
leads to outside terminal. Attach neutral wire (white) to
center terminal on terminal block.
6
5
8
1
Check that unit is level side to
side and front to back. Side trim of the high corner
must be 3/8” (0.95 cm) above countertop.
Move unit into opening.
1
1
3
2
2
Push supply cord toward terminal
block to relieve strain, reattach supply cord strain
relief bracket over supply cord.
Reattach access door.
18
1
If leveling is required, move unit out of opening.
Lift unit and prop on wood blocks.
19
Wall Mount Anti-tip Installation (cont.)
Leveling/Adjustments/Alignments (cont.)
7
2
3
3-5
(9. /8”
2c
m)
)
)
(A .3 cm
1
(
/2”
+1
Set the high corner of range so that the top of side trim is
3/8” (0.95 cm) above countertop. Level range to high corner.
Locate anti-tip bracket on rear wall with the top left corner at
measurement (A) plus 1/2” (1.3 cm) from the floor and 3-5/8” (9.2 cm)
from where the right side of range (facing range) is to be located.
Anti-tip Device Installation
WARNING
TIPPING HAZARD
TIPPING HAZARD
To reduce the risk of the
appliance tipping, it must be
secured by a properly installed
anti-tip bracket(s). To make sure
the bracket has been installed
properly, look behind the range
with a flashlight to verify proper
installation engaged in the rear
top left corner of the range or under the range
to verify that a floor hook and bracket have
been installed.
Wall Mount Anti-tip Installation
Your range is shipped
standard with two types of
anti-tip devices.
1
paso
4
WARNING
• THIS RANGE CAN TIP.
• A CHILD OR ADULT CAN TIP
THE RANGE AND BE KILLED.
• FAILURE TO INSTALL THE
ANTI-TIP DEVICE CAN
RESULT IN DEATH OR
SERIOUS BURNS TO
CHILDREN OR ADULTS.
• IF THE RANGE IS MOVED THEN THE
ANTI-TIP DEVICE MUST BE
RE-ENGAGED.
Mark and drill holes where bracket will be located.
Attach bracket with
mounting hardware provided.
Floor Mount Anti-tip Installation
1
2
1
Type 1 is a wall mount device
which can be used for all
installation applications.
1
1
(3. -1/2
8c ”
m)
Type 2 is a floor mount device
which can be used for all
applications other than when
the range is installed on a concrete sub-floor.
Me
8-
(211/2”
.6
cm
)
as
ure
me
nt
Important: The range MUST be installed
with one of the anti-tip devices.
(A
)
Measure from floor to bottom
of the anit-tip opening located on the back of range.
This will be measurement (A).
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2
Ø
1
(.3 /8”
2
cm
)
Locate anti-tip bracket hook on the floor 8-1/2” (21.6 cm) from side
cabinet and 1-1/2” (3.8 cm) from rear wall. Mark and
drill 1/8” (.32 cm) holes where bracket will be located.
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Mount anti-tip bracket hook to floor
using screws provided.
Final Installation
Floor Mount Anti-tip Installation (cont.)
3
1
4
2
1
x2
1
2
2
Remove two screws from back of range.
Attach bracket to back of range using two screws.
Slide range into place. Be sure
anti-tip bracket slides into the anti-tip opening.
Burner heads and burner caps are packed in the
cardboard top pack with the grates. Align burner head
on burner base. Place burner cap on burner head.
Place grate onto the burner pan.
Connecting Gas & Electric
DANGER
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3
GAS LEAK HAZARD
To avoid risk of personal injury
or death; leak testing of the
appliance must be conducted
according to the manufacturer’s
instructions. Before placing appliance in
operation, always check for gas leaks
with soapy water solution.
• DO NOT USE AN OPEN FLAME TO
CHECK FOR GAS LEAKS.
”
3/8cm)
95
(0.
Check that unit is level side to side
and front to back. The side trim must be 3/8” (0.95 cm)
above countertop. If unit is not level repeat Steps 5-7
of “Leveling/Adjustments/Alignment” section.
Slide range into place and check that hook
and bracket are engaged.
1
Note: Refer to electrical and gas
requirements section for proper
installation information.
Connect gas and electrical. Before placing appliance in operation,
always check for gas leaks. This must be performed by your
dealer, a qualified licensed plumber, or gas service company.
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Door Replacement and Adjustment
Final Preparation
2
1
• All stainless steel body parts should be
wiped with hot, soapy water and with a
liquid cleaner designed for this material.
If buildup occurs, DO NOT use steel wool,
abrasive cloths, cleansers, or powders!
If it is necessary to scrape stainless steel
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1
2
to remove encrusted materials, soak with hot,
wet cloths to loosen the material, then use a
wool or nylon scraper. DO NOT use a metal
knife, spatula, or any other material tool to
scrape stainless steel! Scratches are almost
impossible to remove.
3
Reattach door to range.
Open door completely. Reattach
hinge trim on both sides.
3
Performance Checklist
□ Check top burner
1-1/2”
ignition. See
(3.8 cm)
drawing for proper
flame height on HI.
The low flame should
light at every port.
Remove pins from holes in hinges.
□ Check self-clean function—door will lock in
approximately 30 seconds, the center and
outside broil elements will turn on and the
bake element will turn on at partial power.
Check broil elements through window to
make sure they are on, then abort
self-clean cycle to unlock door.
A qualified installer should carry out the
following checks:
4
Close door.
3/8”
(0.95 cm)
NOTICE
□ Check oven bake function—bake element
on full power, center and outside broil
elements at partial power.
When conducting performance test,
DO NOT run self-clean cycle for more
than 10 minutes with oven racks inside
oven. This could cause them to discolor
due to the high temperature required
for self-cleaning.
□ Convection bake function—bake and broil
elements the same with the convection fan
on.
5
□ Check TruConvec™ function—TruConvec
element (behind convection fan cover) on
and convection fan on.
□ Check HI broil function–both broil
elements at full power.
□ Check LOW broil function—inner broil
element only.
□ Check convection broil function—both
broil elements at full power with convection
fan on.
If the door needs to be adjusted, loosen hinge trim screws
located in Step 2. Adjust the screws located between the
door and kickplate using a 5/32” hex head Allen wrench.
After adjustment, tighten hinge trim screws.
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Service & Registration
Only authorized replacement parts may be used in performing service on the appliance.
All servicing should be referred to a qualified technician.
Contact Viking Range, LLC, 1-888-845-4641, for the nearest service parts distributor in your
area or write to:
VIKING RANGE, LLC
PREFERRED SERVICE
111 Front Street
Greenwood, Mississippi 38930 USA
The serial number and model number for your range can be found by
opening the door and looking under the control panel.
Record the following information indicated below. You will need it if
service is ever required.
Model number ____________________________________________________________________________________
Serial number _____________________________________________________________________________________
Date of purchase __________________________________________________________________________________
Date installed ______________________________________________________________________________________
Dealer's name _____________________________________________________________________________________
Address ___________________________________________________________________________________________
These installation instructions should remain with the unit
for future reference.
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