INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS PROFESSIONAL RANGE MODELS 48” ALL GAS, CONVECTION WITH SEALED BURNERS** 48” NATURAL GAS MODELS *TN531-7BW *TN531-7W **THESE MODELS ARE NOT FIELD CONVERITBLE FOR LP/PROPANE GAS. THEY MUST BE ORDERED FROM THE FACTORY SET FOR NATURAL OR LP/PROPANE GAS.** 48” LP/PROPANE GAS MODELS *PN531-7BW *PN531-7W **THESE MODELS ARE NOT FIELD CONVERTIBLE FOR NATURAL GAS. THEY MUST BE ORDERED FROM THE FACTORY SET FOR NATURAL OR LP/PROPANE GAS.** IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS, CALL 800-251-7224, 8 AM TO 5 PM EASTERN TIME, OR VISIT OUR WEBSITE, WWW.FIVESTARRANGE.COM. Installation Instructions BEFORE YOU BEGIN Read these instructions completely and carefully. • IMPORTANT - Save these instructions for local CAUTION: THESE RANGES SHOULD BE INSTALLED IN CONJUNCTION WITH A SUITABLE OVERHEAD VENT HOOD. Due to the high heat capacity of this unit, particular attention should be paid to the hood duct work installation to assure it meets local building codes. inspector's use. • IMPORTANT - Observe all governing codes and ordinances. Standard countertop installations: A 1200 CFM hood is recommended for 48" & 60" ranges. A 600 CFM hood is recommended for 30" & 36" ranges. • Note to Installer - Be sure to leave these instructions with the Consumer. • Note to Consumer - Keep these instructions for future reference. • FiveStar recommends this product be installed by a licensed professional. • Product failure due to improper installation is not covered under the Warranty. Hoods should be 24" min. deep and at least the same width as the cooktop. FiveStar hoods may be installed from 24” to 30” above the cooking surface. A minimum of 28” is required when a FiveStar Backsplash with warming shelves is used. Check local building codes for the proper method of gas range installation. Local codes vary. Installation, electrical connections and grounding must comply with applicable codes. In the absence of local codes, the gas range should be installed in accordance with the National Fuel Gas Code ANSI 223.1, latest edition and National Electrical Code ANSI/NFPA 70, latest edition. WARNING: This appliance must be properly grounded. CAUTION: In the Commonwealth of Massachusetts: • This product must be installed by a licensed plumber or gas fitter. These ranges weigh up to 510 pounds. Some disassembly will reduce the weight considerable. Due to the weight and size of the range and to reduce the risk of personal injury or damage to the produce and/or damage • • When using ball type gas shut-off valves, they shall be T to the floor, TWO PEOPLE ARE REQUIRE FOR PROPER handle type. INSTALLATION. A flexible gas connector, when used, must not exceed Three (3) feet. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS Please read these instructions before attempting to install this range Inspection and Unpacking Check the range carton for visible damage. If there is damage or even creases in the carton, contact the carrier, request an inspection and file the appropriate freight claim. Do not refuse shipment. Responsibility for shipping damage is with the carrier and the dealer or end user. Cut the shipping straps, then carefully lift the carton up from the range. This will help eliminate possible damage to the backguard that is packed in the top of the range carton. Remove, unwrap and temporarily lay aside any parts that are not attached to the range. Make sure no parts are left in the carton for accidental disposal. Carefully inspect the range for damage. STEP 1 REMOVE PACKAGING Before moving the range indoors: Remove outer carton and packing material from the shipping base. The range is now ready for removal from the wooden base. STEP 2 Due to the weight of these ranges, use a dolly with soft wheels to move this range. Lift the range onto the dolly and move indoors. The range should be placed onto sliders to prevent damage to the floor. STEP 3 To simplify handling and to reduce the weight of the range: Remove the grates and the drawers below the Knobs (on grill and griddle models). Remove grill or griddle. Remove the broiler pans, racks and literature Package from inside oven(s). STEP 5 ELECTRIC CONNECTION This range must be supplied with 120 volt, 60 Hz. and connected to an individual, properly grounded branch circuit protected by a 15 amp circuit breaker or time delay fuse. The power cord of this appliance is equipped with a three-prong (grounding) plug which mates with a standard three-prong grounding wall receptacle to minimize the possibility of shock hazard from this appliance. If the electrical service provided does not meet the above specifications, it is recommended that a licensed electrician install an approved outlet. DO NOT, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES, CUT OR REMOVE THE THIRD (GROUND) PRONG FROM THE POWER CORD. DO NOT USE AN EXTENSION CORD WITH THIS APPLIANCE. Locate the electric supply within the area shown or within reach of the cooktop’s six foot power cord. To avoid tangling cord with items stored in the cabinet, locate the receptacle or rear wall, inside the cabinet. ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL GAS RANGES: 120 volts, 60 Hz, 15 amps STEP 7 INSTALLING THE BACKGUARD – SEALED BURNER MODELS NOTE: PLEASE READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE STARTING INSTALLATION. 7-1 Remove the burner grates, griddle/grill and housing. 7-2 From the front of the range, remove the Phillip screws in the rear of each burner pan (black pan where the top burners are located). 7-3 From the rear of the range, remove two screws from the rear of the side panels, the upper most screw on each side. You will need a 5/16” nut-driver or 5/16” socket to remove these screws. (Tools with a magnetized tip will be helpful in replacing the backguard screws.) 7-4 From the rear of the range, locate the upper wire cover with tab slots. Remove two 5/16” mounting screws. This cover will be reinstalled once the backguard is installed. 7-5 Screws are installed in the backguard, at the Factory for assembly to the backguard support. It is important that you locate and remove these four screws from the backguard before you attempt to install the backguard to the range backguard support. 7-6 Remove the vinyl protective covering from the front of the backguard. 7-7 The front of the backguard should fit between the back burner pans and the rear support. If the burner pan and rear support have a tight tolerance, place a thin bladed screw driver at either end, between the burner pan and rear support, to start placement of the backguard. Slide the backguard over the exhaust vent(s). Align the slots in the front of the backguard with the rear support bar locator studs. 7-8 With the backguard in position, secure the backguard to the rear backguard support using the four 5 /16” screws removed in step 7-4, re-install the screws in the edge of the side panels and replace the screws in the back of each burner pan. Re-install griddle/grill housing. Do not re-install the grates at this point. 7-9 Reinstall the upper wire cover that was removed in Step 7-4. Place the cover into position with the lower backguard panel fitting into the tab slots. Reinstall the two 5/16” mounting cover screws. DIAGRAM FOR STEP 7 STEP 8 LEVEL THE RANGE 1. Remove shipping tape from the leveling legs. 2. Carefully slide the range into position. Be careful not to damage the floor or entangle power cord and gas flexible tubing. 3. To adjust leveling legs, turn counterclockwise to raise the range; clockwise to lower. “Channel-lock” type pliers are recommended. Avoid using a pipe wrench which can scar the legs. IMPORTANT: The range should always be installed at countertop height or higher. DO NOT INSTALL THE RANGE LOWER THAN ADJACENT COUNTERTOP HEIGHT, DUE TO RISK OF A FIRE HAZARD STEP 11 OVEN OPERATION GAS OVEN • Turn oven thermostat knob counter clockwise to 350°. • The oven burner should light within 60 seconds. GRIDDLE OPERATION • Turn griddle thermostat knob counter clockwise to 350°. • The griddle burner should light within 60 seconds. STEP 12 GAS & ELECTRIC SUPPLY • Turn gas supply “on”. • Turn electric supply “on”. STEP 13 CHECKLIST FOR SEALED BURNER INSTALLTION MAKE SURE ALL CONTROLS ARE IN THE “OFF” POSITION. Gas supply is “on” Electric power is “on” Check for proper seating of burner caps into burner base Burner grates in position Oven and broiler racks installed Surface burner ignition test Griddle/Grill burner ignition test Griddle/Grill assembly in position Gas oven ignition test Check operation of convection fan MAKE SURE ALL CONTROLS ARE LEFT IN THE “OFF” POSITION. Date Installed & Inspected _________________________________________________ Authorized Installer’s Signature _____________________________________________ Please Print Name ________________________________________________________ NOTE: Please leave this checklist, Use & Care manual and product registration card with the Homeowner.