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Cosmo COS-S9-6 S9 6 Rangetop Manual
RANGETOP INSTALLATION & CARE
USER MANUAL
Important Safety Instructions
Natural Gas Conversion/Replacement Kit
6 burners
IMPORTANT - PLEASE READ AND FOLLOW
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Before using this appliance please read these instructions carefully.
Do not remove permanently affixed labels. warnings, or plates from the product. This may invalidate the
warranty.
Please observe all local and national codes and ordinances with regard to the installation of a gas hob.
Please ensure that this product is properly grounded.
The installer should leave these Instructions with the consumer who should retain for local Inspector's
use and for future reference.
The electrical plug should always be accessible.
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D
B
D
092
C
11
092
Installation of any gas-fired equipment should be done by an authorised and registered installer. He will issue you
with a gas certificate. A manual gas shut-off valve must be installed in the gas supply ahead of the appliance in the
gas stream for safety and ease of service.
WARNING: IF THE INFORMATION IN THIS MANUAL IS NOT FOLLOWED EXACTLY, A FIRE OR
EXPLOSION MAY RESULT CAUSING PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY, OR DEATH.
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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:
l Do not try to light any appliance.
l Do not touch any electrical switch;
l Do not use any phone in your building.
l Immediately call your gas supplier from a neighbor's phone. Follow the gas
supplier's instructions.
l If you cannot reach your gas supplier.,.call the fire department.
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Installation and service must be performed by a qualified installer service agency, or a registered supplier
in order to ensure the warranty on this product.
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065
062
A
065
071
092
065
Position: 065 (Outer A Top Left, Outer A Top Right, Outer A Bottom Left, Outer A Bottom Right)
Position: 062 (Outer B Top Left, Outer B Top Right, Lower B Bottom Left, Lower B Bottom Right, Inner B Middle)
Position: 092 (Inner D Middle)
Position: 071 (Inner A Middle)
Position: 11 (Inner C Middle)
Each nozzle is lightly engraved and numbered. You may view the engraving by putting a light on the side of the
nozzle. There are only 5 types of nozzles identified by their numbers (065,062,092,071,11). Each nozzle must be
inserted into the correct department. This must be done by a
technician or all warranties are void.
1. Please ensure a white threaded sealant is used to avoid leakage around the threading of the nozzle prior to
insertion. This is mandatory.
2. Please shut all gas off to the appliance prior to configuration.
3. Please tighten each nozzle by hand until you can't turn any longer. Please then use a socket wrench and ONLY
turn one quarter turn clockwise. Any additional turning performed by the socket wrench can break the nozzle
compartment and destroy the burner assembly.
4. Please supply power to the gas and check for gas leaks by spraying the nozzles with a gas leak formula. If
bubbles are noticed and are expanding around the nozzle compartment, please shut off power to your gas supply
again and repeat steps 1-3 until no gas leaks are noticed.
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Liquid Gas Conversion/Replacement Kit
6 burners
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D
B
D
065
042
042
044
042
WARNING
C
075
065
047
A
047
048
065
047
042
Important Safety Instructions
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Position: 047 (Outer A Top Left, Outer A Top Right, Outer A Bottom Left, Outer A Bottom Right)
Position: 042 (Outer B Top Left, Outer B Top Right, Lower B Bottom Left, Lower B Bottom Right)
Position: 065 (Inner D Middle)
Position: 048 (Inner A Middle)
Position: 044 (Inner B Middle)
Position: 075 (Inner C Middle)
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF INJURY TO PERSONS
IN THE EVENT OF A RANGE TOP GREASE FIRE:
a. SMOTHER FLAMES with a close-fitting lid,
cookie sheet or metal tray, then turn off the burner. BE
CAREFUL TO PREVENT BURNS. If the flames do
not go out immediately, EVACUATE AND CALL THE
FIRE DEPARTMENT.
b. NEVER PICK UP A FLAMING PAN - you may be
burned.
c. DO NOT USE WATER, including wet dish cloths or
towels - a violent steam explosion may result.
d. Use a fire extinguisher ONLY if:
◊ You have a Class ABC extinguisher, and you
already know how to operate it.
◊ The fire is small and contained in the area where it
started.
◊ The fire department is being called.
◊ You can fight the fire with your back to an exit.
• Make sure all the cooktop parts are dry before
burner
.
• Turn the knobs to the OFF position prior to removing them from the valve stems.
• The cooktop should never be operated without the
knobs and trim rings in place.
• Use only dry pot holders when removing food and
cookware from the cooktop. Wet pot holders can cause
steam burns.
• When deep fat frying:
◊ Be certain that the pan is large enough to contain the
desired volume of food without overflow caused by
the bubbling of the fat. Never leave a deep fat fryer
unattended.
◊ Avoid frying moist or frost-covered foods. Foods
with high water content may cause spattering or
spilling of the hot fat.
◊ Heat fat slowly, and stir together any combination of
oils and fats prior to applying heat. Utilize a deep fat
frying thermometer to avoid heating the fat to
temperatures above the flash point.
• (Options, this appliance equipped with a three prong
plug for your protection against
possible electric shock hazards. If only a two prong
outlet is available, it is the customer’s responsibility
to have it replaced with a dedicated, grounded, three
prong electrical outlet by a licensed electrician. Do
not under any circumstances:)
◊ Cut or remove the third (ground) prong from the
power cord.
◊ Use an adapter plug.
◊ Use an extension cord.
◊ Use a power cord that is frayed or damaged.
◊ Plug the cooktop into an electrical outlet with a
ground fault interrupter (GFI).
CAUTION
• Do not allow acids (citrus juices, tomato sauces,
etc.) to remain on the cooktop’s surfaces. may stain
.
• Never use the cooktop surface as a cutting board.
• Do not try to remove heavy spills with a sharp object
such as a knife or metal spatula. Sharp objects may
scratch the cooktop’s surfaces.
• Do not expose the knobs or trim rings to direct flame,
hot utensils or other sources of heat.
Each nozzle is lightly engraved and numbered. You may view the engraving by putting a light on the side of the
nozzle. There are only 6 types of nozzles identified by their numbers (047,042,065,048,044,075). Each nozzle
technician or all warranties
must be inserted into the correct department. This must be done by a
are void.
1. Please ensure a white threaded sealant is used to avoid leakage around the threading of the nozzle prior to
insertion. This is mandatory.
2. Please shut all gas off to the appliance prior to configuration.
3. Please tighten each nozzle by hand until you can't turn any longer. Please then use a socket wrench and ONLY
turn one quarter turn clockwise. Any additional turning performed by the socket wrench can break the nozzle
compartment and destroy the burner assembly.
Power cord with three
prong grounding plug
Three prong
electrical outlet
4. Please supply power to the gas and check for gas leaks by spraying the nozzles with a gas leak formula. If
bubbles are noticed and are expanding around the nozzle compartment, please shut off power to your gas supply
again and repeat steps 1-3 until no gas leaks are noticed.
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Important Safety Instructions
Before You Call for Service
Problem Solution Guide:
IMPORTANT PRECAUTIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
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After having unpacked the appliance, check to ensure that it is not damaged. If you have any doubts, do not
use it and consult your supplier or a qualified technician.
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Problem
Packing materials (i.e. plastic bags, polystyrene foam, nails, packing straps, etc.) should not be left around
within easy reach of children, as these may cause serious injuries.
Nothing works.
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The packaging materials are recyclable and is marked with the recycling symbol
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Do not attempt to modify the technical characteristics of the appliance as this may become dangerous to use.
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The manufacturer cannot be considered responsible for damage caused by unreasonable, incorrect or rash
.
Igniter do not spark (no
clicking sound).
use of the appliance.
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health and environmental protection regulations, ensuring in particular that all potentially hazardous parts be
No flame.
made harmless, especially in relation to children who could play with old appliances.
The appliance should be installed and all the gas/electrical connections made by a qualified engineer in
Power outage.
Power not supplied to unit.
IMPORTANT
Clean and dry igniter and burner assembly
according to Care and Cleaning
section.
Igniter(s) not working.
See Igniter do not spark above.
Wet or dirty igniter(s).
Clean and dry according to Care and
Cleaning section.
PRECAUTIONS
AND
RECOMMENDATIONS
FOR
USE
OF
Gas supply interrupted.
ELECTRICAL
Burner goes out at low setting
APPLIANCES
Air intake holes obstructed.
Low gas pressure.
Use of any electrical appliance implies the necessity to follow a series of fundamental rules. In particular:
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Never touch the appliance with wet hands or feet;
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Do not operate the appliance barefooted;
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Do not allow children or disabled people to use the appliance without your supervision.
Flame is distorted, yellow or
very large.
The manufacturer cannot be held responsible for any damages caused by improper; incorrect or unreasonable use
TIPS FOR THE USER
During and after use of the cooktops, certain parts will become very hot. Do not touch hot parts.
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Keep children away from the cooking hob when it is in use.
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After use, ensure that the knobs are in position OFF, and close the main gas delivery valve or the gas
cylinder valve.
Before any cleaning or maintenance, switch off the electricity to the cooktops.
Burner parts are dirty or
clogged.
Clean and dry according to Care and
Cleaning section.
Burner parts are not properly
positioned.
Make sure burner is assembled according
to the
section.
as regulator
installed or
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faulty.
Burner is cold.
Igniter continues to spark
(click) after flame ignites.
Flame distorted by air draft.
Wet or dirty igniter(s).
Risk of fire!
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Do not leave flammable material on the cooktops.
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Make sure that the electrical cables of other appliances installed nearby cannot come into contact with the
Burner parts wet or dirty.
Burner parts not positioned
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cooktops.
Power supply polarity is
reversed.
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Make sure the gas supply valve is in the
on position.
Contact gas company.
Check to make sure air holes above knobs
are not blocked.
Contact gas company to have pressure tested
Cooktop set up to use a different Have a
service technician check
type of gas (Natural or LP)
to make sure that the cooktop is set up
for the type of gas and the correct altitude.
or set up for different altitude.
or installation of the appliance.
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What to Do
Check to make sure power cord is connected
to electrical outlet.
Turn on power at circuit breaker or fuse
box. Check for tripped breaker or blown
fuse.
Contact power company.
See Nothing Works above.
Wet or dirty igniter(s).
Gas is turned off.
compliance with local regulations in force and following the manufacturer's instructions .
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Power to electrical outlet is off.
If you should decide not to use this appliance any longer (or decide to substitute for another model), before
disposing of it, it is recommended that it be made inoperative in an appropriate manner in accordance to
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May Be Caused By
Cooktop not connected to
electrical power.
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Have a
service technician check
.
the gas regulator
Burners may continue to spark for up to
60 seconds when cold and set to low. See
Operating Your Cooktop section for
more information on how to minimize.
Minimize any air drafts around the cooktop.
Close nearby windows.
Clean and dry according to Care and
Cleaning section.
Clean and dry according to Care and
Cleaning section.
Make sure burner is assembled according
to the Setting Up Your Cooktop section.
Have a licensed electrician check the
electrical outlet.
Care and Cleaning
• Turn the knobs to the off position before removing
them for cleaning or replacement.
• To remove the knobs, gently grasp each knob
and pull straight out, off of the valve shaft.
• Wash the knobs regularly with a solution of
warm soapy water. We recommends hand
dishwashing liquid.
• Clean the outside edges of the trim rings while
the knobs are removed. Do not remove the trim
rings. Wipe them with a soft damp rag. Use caution
to avoid getting moisture into the control
panel behind the trim rings.
• Replace the knobs according to the directions.
Be sure to install the knobs
in their
proper positions
Cleaning the Cooktop (continued)
Knobs and Trim Rings
WARNING
Never block the holes in the control panel behind the
knobs. Doing so will impair the flow of combustion air
and adversely affect burner operation, possibly
creating a hazardous condition.
To prevent damage, do not expose the knobs to direct
flame, hot utensils or other sources of heat.
Getting to Know Your Cooktop
Parts of the Cooktop
Burners
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D
cooktop’s
system
generates a spark that lights the burner when
you turn the knob to HIGH. See the diagrams on the right
for the size and location of the different burner types.
Long Life Grates: The porcelain coated
cast iron
grates support the cooking utensils during cooking.
They are removable allow the area below and
around the
burners to be cleaned easily.
Spill Trays: The spill trays catch any food that falls
through the cooktop grates.
Burner Control Knobs: Use the knobs to turn on the
burners and adjust the flame size.
D
B
D
C
A
6 burners
Burner Locations
Grate
A Triple Ring Burner : 17,000 BTU
B Triple Ring Burner : 15,000 BTU
C Rapid Burner : 12,000 BTU
Burner
D S
Burner
control knob
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4
aQJEBurner : 7,000 BTU
Installation Requirements
Care and Cleaning
Gas Supply Requirements
WARNING
• Observe all governing codes and ordinances during
planning and installation. Contact your local building
department for further information.
• To prevent an electric shock hazard, the power supply
must meet the specifications stated below.
The electrical and gas supply data on this page is for
reference only. If the requirements below do not agree
with the product data label, use the data on the product
data label.
Electrical Requirements
• The electrical installation, including minimum
supply wire size and grounding, must be done in
accordance with National Electric Code ANSI/NFPA
70 and local codes and ordinances. A copy of this
standard may be obtained from:
National Fire Protection Association
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Park
Quincy, MA 02269-9101
• The correct voltage, frequency and amperage must be
supplied to the electrical outlet according to the
product data label located on the bottom of the chassis.
• The electrical outlet must be installed by a licensed
electrician.
ELECTRIC CIRCUIT REQUIREMENTS
Total Connected Load
Circuit Required
120 V 60Hz ,
0.25 Amp
Minimum 15 Amp.
@ 120 V, 60 Hz
Burner Components and Igniter
• Check your local building codes for the proper method
of installation. In the absence of local codes, this
appliance should be installed in accordance with the
National Fuel Gas Code ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54. The
gas service must be installed by a qualified professional
• Be certain that the cooktop being installed is correct for
the gas service being provided (natural gas or LP gas).
Also, if operating the cooktop at an altitude above 4000
ft. (1219 m) make sure it is equipped for high altitude
operation. See the inside cover for more information.
• An external manual shut-off valve must be installed
between the gas inlet and the cooktop for the purpose
of turning on or shutting off gas to the appliance.
• A standard regulator
be installed in the gas
li that runs from the gas shut off valve to the cooktop
gas inlet. Use only a regulator inlet that accommodates
a 3/4” gas supply line and is also compatible with a
1/2” house gas supply.
The inlet to the cooktop itself equipped with a
” male
fitting
GAS SUPPLY PRESSURE REQUIREMENTS*
Manifold
Minimum Gas
Gas Type
Pressure
Supply Pressure
Natural Gas
5” Water Column 6” Water Column
10” Water
11” Water
Propane (LP)
Column
Column
* Maximum gas supply pressure for all models is 1/2 p.s.i.
Product Dimensions
35 3/8 Inches
Grate does not protrude in actual unit
35
3/8
Electrical
Terminal
Box/Cover
”
Approximate position of
gas & electrical.
Grates, Spill Trays and WOK Ring
CAUTION
CAUTION
Use care while cleaning the igniter. The porcelain is
fragile and can crack or break.
Do not clean the cooktop grates, burner parts in a
dishwasher. They will be damaged.
IMPORTANT: The igniter may not spark or work
properly if the burner parts or the igniter themselves
are not clean and dry.
After disassembling the burners, check for any dirt
or grime deposited on the individual parts, including
the igniter.
The grates
the spill tray are
coated with a porcelain finish.
• For everyday cleaning, use a soft cloth
or nonabrasive pad with warm
soapy water to clean all
of the porcelain parts.
• If necessary, tough
stains may be removed
by applying full-strength
sprays such as Simple
Green™, Ajax™ All-Purpose Cleaner or Formula
409™. To minimize wear, use the mildest cleaner
needed to get the surface clean.
• For extremely stubborn stains, you may use a
mildly abrasive cleaner or applicator, such as
Soft Scrub™, Bon Ami™, S.O.S. pads or other
soap-filled steel wool pads. Use these cleaners
with extreme care and only on occasion. Extensive
use of these types of abrasives will eventually
damage the porcelain enamel.
1. Use a firm toothbrush to clean completely around
the igniter, including all of the metal top and porcelain
base. Use care while cleaning because the porcelain is
fragile and can crack or break. Do not use water to
clean the igniter. If necessary, use a small amount of
rubbing alcohol to help dissolve grime.
2. Examine the burner rings. Remove anything
stuck in the holes with a straightened paper
clip, wire or needle. Be careful not to scratch or
damage the ring and head. Do not distort the
shape of the burner ring holes.
3. Clean all of the burner parts, including the burner
bases, with window cleaner or rubbing alcohol. Use a
cleaning brush with plastic bristles or a firm tooth
brush. When done, rinse the parts well with clean water.
Dry all the parts thoroughly before re-assembling them.
4. Reassemble the cooktop according to the burner and
grate assembly instructions. Test the burners after
reassembling them. If the flame is uneven, be sure that
all the burner parts are properly positioned, then check
for any remaining dirt or grime on the burner parts or
igniter. If erratic sparking (clicking) is still present,
make sure the igniter is completely dry. If the unit still
exhibits problems after drying, call your local ervice gent.
CAUTION
Always wipe stainless steel (silver colored) surfaces.
To prevent scratching, do not use abrasive
cleaners or scrubbers on stainless steel surfaces.
•
. Rinse and dry with a soft, lint-free cloth.
Brass, Chrome and Copper Surfaces
Inner burner cap
8 1/3 Inch
Stainless Steel Surfaces
CAUTION
Burner cap
Outer burner cap To prevent scratching, do not use abrasive cleaners or
scrubbers on metal surfaces.
Burner ring
8 1/3”
2
/8
35
” gas inlet, connects to
from bottom or rear of unit,
end is recessed 2” (51 mm) from
bottom.
“
REAR VIEW
Product tolerances: ±1/16” (±1.6 mm) unless otherwise
noted.
Using a soft cloth, clean metal surfaces with a mild
solution of
. Rinse and dry with a soft, lint-free cloth.
Ignition pin
Ignition pin
Thermocouple
Thermocouple
Hole of the
burner base
C / D Burner Assembly
5
Burner ring
Hole of the
burner base
A / B Burner Assembly
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Continued...
Care and Cleaning
WARNING
• Clean only the parts of the cooktop listed in this manual. Clean them only in the manner specified.
• To avoid dangerous fumes or damage to your cooktop’s surfaces and accessories, use only the types of cleaning
solutions specified in this manual.
• To avoid electrical shock or burns, turn off the burners and make sure that all parts are cool before cleaning.
DO NOT turn the burners on during cleaning.
• Do not use a steam cleaner to clean the cooktop. Steam could penetrate the electrical components and cause a
short circuit. After cleaning the burners, reassemble all of the burner parts before attempting to operate the
cooktop.
• After cleaning the burners, always dry and reassemble the cooktop parts completely before use.
CAUTION
• Do not try to remove heavy spills with a sharp object such as a knife or metal spatula. Sharp objects may
scratch your cooktop’s surfaces.
• To prevent damage, do not use abrasive or corrosive cleaners or applicators such as steel wool or scouring pads,
on any part of the cooktop unless instructed to do so. Use only a sponge, soft cloth, fibrous or plastic brush or
nylon cleaning pad for cleaning the surfaces of your cooktop.
• Do not remove the trim rings from the cooktop. Clean only the outside edges of the trim rings. If you get
moisture inside the trim rings damage to the cooktop may occur.
• Do not soak the knobs in water or put them in the dishwasher.
• Installing the cooktop knobs in the wrong position may result in damage to the cooktop
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riddle/grill kit
Installation Requirements
Cabinet and Countertop Layout
• To reduce the risk of personal injury and to reduce
accumulated smoke in the room,
strongly
recommends installing a range hood. A hood should
project forward a minimum of five (5) inches beyond the face of the cabinets.
• The installation must allow access to the underside
of the cooktop for service and inspection purposes,
including the ability to turn off the cooktop gas supply
valve and electrical outlet.
• All contact surfaces between the cooktop and the counter
must be solid and level.
• The countertop overhang on the sides of the cutout
shown on the following pages cover the recessed
portions of the cooktop behind the control panel and
creates a seamless look for the installation.
• IMPORTANT: When installing the cooktop into a
laminated or synthetic countertop, radius the corners of
the cutout to help avoid cracking. Consult the countertop
manufacturer’s instructions for minimum corner radius,
reinforcement and heat protection requirements.
WARNING
To avoid the risk of fire or personal injury, all minimum
and maximum specified clearances on this and the
following pages must be maintained or exceeded.
General Considerations
• The minimum distance from the back of the cooktop
to a combustible rear wall is 2 1/2” (64 mm) minimum
(Figure 1).
• Installation of a non-combustible material* (up to the
hood) or a backsplash is always recommended, and
mandatory if the distance to the back wall from the
cooktop is less than 2 1/2” (Figure 2).
* Consult local codes and ordinances for acceptable
non-combustible materials.
Gas and Electric Service Location
• The gas supply piping, gas shut-off valve and the
electrical outlet must be located so they do not interfere
with the cooktop when it is installed. If installing another
appliance in the cabinet below,
allow for the routing of gas and electrical service out
the back of the unit.
• The shaded area on the facing page shows the
recommended location of the gas inlet and the electrical
outlet. For replacement purposes, the location of the
existing utilities may be utilized provided they do not
interfere with the sides or rear of the cooktop. Check
local building codes for permissible utility locations.
• For best performance and to minimize gas pressure
loss, attach gas supply regulator as close as possible
to the cooktop gas inlet.
The installation must:
• Allow for access to the gas shut-off valve and regulator
when the unit is installed.
• Allow for access to the electrical outlet, when the
cooktop is in place so the power cord may be easily
disconnected if the unit needs service.
• Allow the (32”) power cord to reach the electrical outlet.
Grate does not protrude in actual unit
Cleaning the Cooktop
To keep the cooktop looking and operating its best,
clean it after every use. Also, quickly wipe up spills
that occur while cooking. Be careful not to touch any
hot areas. Spills that remain on hot burner parts
will be very difficult to clean, especially if allowed to
burn on. Certain types of food, such as tomatoes,
citrus juices, vinegar, alcohol and milk can damage
the finishes if you allow them to stand for any
length of time.
IMPORTANT: The cooktop is exposed to extremely
high temperatures. The grates are under high stress
when hot utensils are placed on them. Also, the
cooktop parts are occasionally exposed to acidic
food spill-overs. These severe operating conditions,
cause the porcelain enamel parts on your cooktop
to undergo a change in appearance over time. If
you care for and clean these parts carefully, you will
slow down, but not eliminate, the aging process.
• Carefully check the location where the cooktop is to be
installed. For best performance, the cooktop should be
installed away from drafts caused by doors, windows
and heating air conditioning outlets. To reduce the
risk of personal injury from reaching over a hot
appliance, avoid cabinet installations directly above.
Cooktop Disassembly
1. For safety, disconnect the cooktop power cord
from the electrical outlet prior to cleaning.
2. When the appliance is cool, remove the grates
from the top of the cooktop.
3. Disassemble the burners. Lift the burner caps
and burner rings off of the burners.
Not actual model frontal view displayed. General Photo
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6
.4”
35
18”
30”
Operating Your Cooktop
Selecting the Cookware
Lighting a Burner
WARNING
Installation Requirements
Cabinet/Countertop Dimensions (cont.)
Cutout tolerances +1/16” -0 (+1.6 mm, 0) unless otherwise noted.
WARNING
• To avoid burns and scalding, always turn pan handles
to a position where they cannot be easily hit. Also,
handles should not extend over adjacent burners.
Always set utensils gently onto the grates and center
them so that they are well-balanced.
• Do not drag cookware across the grates. Sliding may
damage the finish. Lift utensils to reposition them. Do
not drop them on the grate.
• Cookware with rough bottoms can cause permanent
damage to the coated surfaces on the grates.
• To avoid burns or a fire hazard, reduce the flame level
if it extends beyond the bottom of the utensil. Flames
extending up the sides are potentially dangerous.
• To avoid the chance of fire, explosion or carbon
monoxide poisoning, do not attempt to use your
cooktop without the burners completely and properly
assembled (see page 5). The burner rings spread the
flame evenly around the burner cap. The burner rings
must be properly seated for proper burner lighting and
operation.
• In the interest of safety, always light the burner before
putting the cooking utensil on the grate. Turn the
burner knob to the OFF position before removing the
utensil. Always check the position of the control knobs
to make sure the cooktop is off when you are finished
cooking.
• Do not turn the knob farther than the HIGH position
until lit. Doing so may result in a burst of flame that
could cause burns or damage to the surrounding area.
• Do not touch any part of the burner while the igniter is
sparking. An electrical shock could result.
• Never light the burners with a match or other open
flame.
• Always check to make sure all control knobs are in the
OFF position when you are finished cooking.
• If the gas does not ignite after four seconds or if the
flame goes out and gas escapes when attempting to
light a burner, turn the knob to the OFF position. Open
a window and allow at least five minutes for the gas to
dissipate. Then, repeat the lighting procedure.
For overall safety and best cooktop performance,
select the correct cooking utensil for the food being
cooked. Improperly selected cooking utensils will
not cook evenly or efficiently.
Use cookware that:
• Has flat, smooth bottoms.
• Is well balanced.
• Has tight fitting lids to keep heat, odors and steam in.
Each burner control knob has a small diagram
next to it
1. To light a burner, push in gently on the knob and
turn it counter-clockwise to the HIGH position.
The igniter will spark (click) repeatedly until the
gas ignites. The burner should light within four
seconds.
IMPORTANT: Avoid spills as much as possible.
The porcelain surfaces of the grates, spill trays and
burner caps are acid-resistant but not acid-proof.
Some foods can cause permanent damage if allowed
to remain on porcelain surfaces.
Gas and electrical connections
Not actual position
of gas/electric
Gas connection and power cord may be
routed through bottom or back of chassis
Increase countertop and overhang
additional 2 1/2” (64 mm) Min. for
combustible rear wall above
countertop
½” (13 mm)
countertop
overhang
3/8” (13 mm)
countertop overhang
Gas/electrical utility cut-out in left rear corner of
mounting platform 203 mm X 152 mm,
if gas and electrical are routed through bottom
/
598 mm
11 7/16”
(291 mm)
Non-combustible
rear wall, rear of
mounting platform
” di
bolt
1” thick mounting platform Min.
2” (51 mm)
1” (25 mm)
Cabinet face
below countertop
overhang
Cabinet/Countertop Cutout Dimensions - Top View
Please wait to obtain appliance prior to cutting dimensions.
Burner knob settings
11
10” (254 mm) min.
to combustible wall
above countertop,
both sides
8
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