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GE ZDP48L6RWSS Installation Instructions
GE Monogram®
Installation
Instructions
Professional
Ranges
48" Natural Gas Models
ZDP48N4G
ZDP48N6R
ZDP48N6D
48" LP Gas Models
ZDP48L4G
ZDP48L6R
ZDP48L6D
36" Natural Gas Models
ZDP36N6
ZDP36N4R
ZDP36N4D
36" LP Gas Models
ZDP36L6
ZDP36L4R
ZDP36L4D
30" Natural Gas Model
ZDP30N4
30" LP Gas Model
ZDP30L4
Before you begin—Read these instructions completely and carefully.
IMPORTANT: Save these instructions for local inspector’s use.
IMPORTANT: OBSERVE ALL GOVERNING CODES AND ORDINANCES.
NOTE TO INSTALLER: Be sure to leave these instructions with the Consumer.
NOTE TO CONSUMER: Keep these instructions with your Owner’s Manual for future
reference.
CAUTION
WARNING This appliance must be properly grounded. See “Electric Supply”, page 7.
For Monogram local service in your area,
1-800-444-1845.
For Monogram Service in Canada,
Call 1-888-880-3030.
For Monogram Parts and Accessories, call
1-800-626-2002.
If you received a damaged range, you should
contact your dealer.
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 and duct work
installation to assure it meets local building
codes.
Standard countertop and island installations:
A 1200 CFM hood is recommended for 48"
ranges.
A 600 CFM hood is recommended for 30" and
36" Ranges.
Hoods should be 24" min. deep and the same
width as the cooktop.
Installation of this range requires basic
electrical, carpentry and mechanical skills.
Proper installation is the responsibility of the
installer. Product failure due to improper
installation is not covered under the GE
Appliance Warranty. See the Owner’s Manual
for details.
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.
CAUTION:
These ranges weigh up to 600 pounds. Some
disassembly will reduce the weight considerably. Due to the weight and size of the range
and to reduce the risk of personal injury or
damage to the product, TWO PEOPLE ARE
REQUIRED FOR PROPER INSTALLATION.
Check local building codes for the proper
method of gas range installation. Local codes
vary. Installation, electrical connections and
Contents
Design Information
Models Available .................................................................................................................................. 3
Accessory Requirements ..................................................................................................................... 3
Models Dimensions and Clearances ............................................................................................... 4,5
Advance Planning ............................................................................................................................... 6
Tools & Materials Required ................................................................................................................ 6
Installation Preparation
Power Supply Locations ...................................................................................................................... 7
Installation
Step 1: Remove Packaging .................................................................................................................. 8
Step 2: Level the Range ...................................................................................................................... 9
Step 3: Install Anti-Tip Device ............................................................................................................ 9
Step 4: Connect Range to Gas .......................................................................................................... 11
Step 5: Install the Range Backguard ................................................................................................ 11
Step 6: Connect Electrical ................................................................................................................ 12
Step 7: Slide Range Into Position .................................................................................................... 12
Step 8: Replace Oven Doors ............................................................................................................. 12
Step 9: Assemble & Adjust Burners ................................................................................................. 13
Step 10: Adjustable Low Burner Settings ........................................................................................13
Finalize Installation ........................................................................................................................... 13
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Design Information
Professional Ranges
Models
Available
These ranges are factory set for either natural
gas or liquid propane gas. Order the model
for your installation situation.
36" Natural Gas Models:
ZDP36N6
6 gas burners
48" Natural Gas Models:
ZDP48N4G
4 gas burners, grill and griddle
ZDP36N4R
4 gas burners and grill
ZDP48N6R
6 gas burners and grill
ZDP48N6D
6 gas burners and griddle
48" Liquid Propane Gas Models:
ZDP48L4G
4 gas burners, grill and griddle
ZDP48L6R
6 gas burners and grill
ZDP48L6D
6 gas burners and griddle
Accessory
Requirements
All models require the installation of a backguard. A backguard should be ordered at the
same time as the range. Both must be on site
at the time of installation.
Order one backguard for 48" Models:
ZX1B48
1-1/2" high backguard (required for island
installations or installations where back wall is
non-combustible such as brick, ceramic tile,
marble, etc.)
ZX12B48
12" high backguard
ZX22B48
22" high backguard with warming shelf
(2 piece)
Order one backguard for 36" Models:
ZX1B36
1-1/2" high backguard (required for island
installations or installations where back wall is
non-combustible such as brick, ceramic tile,
marble, etc.)
ZDP36N4D
4 gas burners and griddle
36" Liquid Propane Gas Models:
ZDP36L6
6 gas burners
ZDP36L4R
4 gas burners and grill
ZDP36L4D
4 gas burners and griddle
30" Natural Gas Model:
ZDP30N4
30" Liquid Propane Gas Model:
ZDP30L4
Order one backguard for 30" Models:
ZX1B30
1-1/2" high backguard (required for island
installations or installations where back wall is
non-combustible such as brick, ceramic tile,
marble, etc.)
ZX12B30
9" high backguard
ZX22B30
22" high backguard with warming shelf
(2 piece)
22" High Backguard With
Warming Shelf
12" High Backguard
(9" High for 30" Models)
ZX12B36
12" high backguard
ZX22B36
1-1/2" Backguard for
22" high backguard with warming shelf
Island Installations only
(2 piece)
Installation Note:
For approved installations to non-combustible back wall materials, consult
material representative to ensure that the material has appropriate resistance
to staining and/or discoloration.
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Design Information
Professional Ranges
Product
Dimensions
& Clearances
21-1/4"
12"
1-1/2"
s
ckguard
ptional Ba
O
s
ckguard
ptional Ba
O
21-1/4"
12"
1-1/2"
35-1/4"-36-3/4"
35-1/4"-36-3/4"
47-7/8"
28-1/4"
48" Wide Range Models
28-1/4"
35-7/8"
36" Wide Range Models
29-1/16"
3-1/4"
21-1/4"
12"
12"
36" Min.
to Combustibles
High
Shelf
Low Back
12" Min. to Combustibles
Without Backguard or 0"
to Non-Combustible Wall
with 1-1/2" Backguard
36" Min.
to
Combustibles
1-1/2"
Backguard
0" Clearance
0" Clearance
All Models
26"
28-1/4"
31-1/2"
45-5/8"
48" and 36" Range Models
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Design Information
Professional Ranges
Product
Dimensions
& Clearances
27-3/8"
ards
Backgu
Optional
3-1/4"
21-1/4"
9"
1-1/2"
12"
36" Min.
to Combustibles
High
Shelf
21-1/4"
9"
Low Back
35-1/4"-36-3/4"
0" Clearance
26-3/4"
29-7/8"
26-3/4"
29-1/4"
43-7/8"
30" Wide Range Models
Note: Refer to Vent
Hood Installation
Instructions for
hood height above
the range.
30" Wide Range Hood
Or
36" Wide Range Hood
Or
48" Wide Range Hood
30"/36" Wide Models 4"
48" Wide Models 8"
30"/36" Wide Models 12"
48" Wide Models 16"
18" Min.
30"/36" Wide Models 4"
48" Wide Models 8"
12"
13"
Max.
12" Min. to
Combustible
Material
Each Side
36" Min. to
Combustible
Material From
Cooking Surface
Cooking Surface
3-1/4"
3-1/2"
Electrical Supply
Gas Supply
35-3/8" Max. for Counter Level
36-3/4" Max. with Range Leveling Legs Fully Extended
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Design Information
Professional Ranges
Advance
Planning
Refer to “Dimensions and Clearances” for
appropriate placement and necessary clearances when planning the installation.
• Cabinetry can not be installed directly above
the range.
• We recommend the installation of a vent
hood above the surface.
–The vent hood must be at least 24" deep.
–The vent hood must be the same width as
the range.
–For 48" models, we recommend the vent
hood blower be 1200 CFM.
–For 30" and 36" models, we recommend the
vent hood blower be 600 CFM.
• Working areas adjacent to the range should
have 18" minimum clearance between
countertop and cabinet bottom.
• Clearance between range and side wall or
combustible material must be at least 12" on
each side.
• Allow 36" min. above the cooking surface to
combustible materials.
• For 48" models, we recommend the vent
hood blower be 1200 CFM.
• For 30" and 36" models, we recommend the
vent hood be 600 CFM.
• Installation must conform with local codes.
In the absence of local codes, the range
must comply with the National Fuel Gas
Code, ANSI Z223.1, latest edition.
A.G.A. approved.
If the range is installed in an island:
• Allow 12" min. clearance at the back to
combustible materials.
Tools &
Materials
Required:
• Saw
• Measuring tape
• Carpenter’s square
• Pipe and fittings as required.
• Manual gas line shut-off valve.
• Gas pressure regulator (supplied)
• Large flat-blade screwdriver
• Pipe wrench
• Drill and appropriate bits
• Safety glasses
• Gas-resistant pipe joint sealant
• 5 foot, 5/8" AGA-certified flexible metal gas
supply line.
–If required by local codes, use solid pipe
fittings.
Note: Purchase new flexible line. DO NOT
USE OLD, PREVIOUSLY USED FLEXIBLE
LINE.
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Installation Preparation
Professional Ranges
Power
Supply
Locations
Gas Supply:
• The natural gas models are designed to
operate at 6" to 14" water column pressure.
• The liquid propane models are designed to
operate at 11 to 14" water column pressure.
A regulator is required at the L.P. source to
provide a maximum of 14" water pressure to
the range regulator.
• These gas ranges are supplied with 1/2"
NPT female gas connection located at the
left rear corner.
• A minimum 5/8" dia. metal flexible line is
required.
• For flexible connection, locate pipe stub on
the back wall as illustrated.
— Use 5-foot, 5/8" long flexible gas supply
line.
• For rigid connection, locate the pipe stub as
illustrated.
• Install a manual shut-off valve in the gas
line, in an easily accessible location.
Electric Supply:
These ranges must be supplied with 208/240
volt, 60 Hz., and connected to an individual,
properly grounded branch circuit protected
by a circuit breaker or time delay fuse (50
amp for 48" ranges, 30 amp for 36" ranges
and 25 amps for 30" ranges). The receptacle
must be a NEMA 14-50R devise to accept the
4-prong plug supplied with the range.
4" For 30"/36" Models
8" For 48" Models
12"
Flex Line
Gas Supply
to Range
12" For 30"/36" Models
16" For 48" Models
Electrical
Supply
2" Maximum
Protrusion From
Wall For Gas
Supply
3-1/4"
NEMA 14-50R
Receptacle
3-1/2"
If the electrical service provided does not
meet the above specifications, it is recommended that a licensed electrician install an
approved outlet.
• Locate the electric supply as illustrated.
WARNING
CAUTION
The range is equipped for use with an
electrical supply which uses a separate
grounding conductor (4 wire system).
Green
Red
If this range must be connected to an
electrical system which utilizes a single
conductor for ground and neutral (3 wire
system), the grounding jumper at the
terminal block must be connected. The
grounding jumper is located behind the
front kick panel.
White
Black
Connect Here
Terminal Block
To connect grounding jumper:
• Disconnect restraining clip holding jumper.
• Connect green jumper to open terminal on
neutral (white) portion of the terminal
block.
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Installation
Professional Ranges
1
Step
Before moving the range indoors:
• Remove outer carton and packing material
from the shipping base.
Door Hinge Roller
Remove
Packaging
Lock
(Closed)
Un-Lock
Kick Panel
• Remove the kick panel by removing 2 screws
at the top and pulling forward.
Remove oven doors:
• Open the door fully and hold down.
• Close the brass hinge latches to locked
position on each side.
• Carefully, lift and pull the door away from the
range and out of the frame.
Range Must
be Uniformly
Supported
on Braces
Left Rear Shipping
Screws
22"
Leveling Legs
The range is secured to the skid with 2 bolts in
the front and 2 “L” brackets on the bottom
flange of the range back. Remove bolts and
“L” brackets.
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.
To simplify handling and to reduce the weight
of the range:
• Remove the grates and drawers below the
knobs.
• Remove grill and griddle covers. DO NOT
ATTEMPT TO REMOVE A GRILL OR
GRIDDLE ASSEMBLY.
• Remove the broiler pans/literature package
from inside oven(s).
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Installation
Professional Ranges
1
Step
Remove
Packaging
(continued)
2
Step
Level the
Range
3
Step
Install
Anti-Tip
Device
36" and 48" Wide Models:
• Remove the panel from the rear of the
shipping pack. Lay the panel on the floor
directly in front of the installation location.
The range should be placed on this panel to
prevent damage to the floor.
All Models:
• Remove the two strips from the oven
interior. Place the strips on the floor at the
left and right sides of the installation
location. These strips provide a surface for
sliding the range into the final position and
will prevent damage to the floor. The
leveling legs must rest permanently on these
runner strips.
Note: Rear range leveling legs are not accessible after installation.
• Check to be sure the adjoining cabinets/
countertops are level, front to back and left
to right across the opening of the range.
• Measure the distance from the floor to the
top of the countertop in the left and right
rear corners.
WARNING
CAUTION
• All Ranges Can Tip
• Injury Could Result
• Install Anti-Tip
Bracket Provided
• See Instructions
The anti-tip bracket is designed to be installed
on top of the slide (runners) provided with
the range. Any other type of construction may
require special installation techniques to
insure adequate fastening of the anti-tip
bracket to the floor or wall.
• The bracket must be properly installed to
prevent tipping of the range.
• Read the AHAM Anti-Tip Safety brochure
packed with the product.
Range
Opening
Runners
To Support
Leveling Legs
Panel
• Adjust the height of the range to countertop
height or higher.
IMPORTANT: The range should always be
installed at countertop height or higher. DO
NOT INSTALL THE RANGE LOWER THAN
ADJACENT COUNTERTOP HEIGHT.
All Ranges must have an anti-tip device
correctly installed according to these
instructions.
• If the range is pulled out from the wall for
any reason, make sure that the device is
properly engaged when pushed back against
the wall or installation position.
• If the anti-tip device is not engaged, there is
a possible risk that the range can tip over
and cause injury if you or a child stand, sit or
lean on an open door.
[4] #10 x 2" wood screws
Anti-Tip Bracket
AHAM Anti-Tip
Safety Brochure
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Installation
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3
Small Hole For Wood (2) Wood Screws into
Installations (2 Total) Back Wall
(All Installations)
(2) Large Holes For
Concrete Installations
Step
Install
Anti-Tip
Device
(continued)
Back
Wall
Small Holes For Wood
Installations (2 Total)
Wood
Slide
Strip
Of
Side
Right ange
or R
Wall
Dimension A
A=
Models
1/2"
ZDP48
5/8"
ZDP36
1/4"
ZDP30
Dimension A
Wood Construction:
• Place the bracket against the back wall, into the
right rear corner of the installation location.
• See Dimension A, position the bracket the
correct distance from the right side. Mark the 2
small screw holes for fastening the bracket to
the floor and remove the bracket.
• Drill two, 1/8" diameter pilot holes.
• Fasten the bracket securely to the floor and wall
using all 4 screws provided.
Concrete or Cement Construction:
Hardware Required (not supplied):
[2] sleeve anchors, lag bolts and washers.
• Place the bracket against the back wall, into the
right rear corner of the installation location.
• See Dimension A, position the bracket the
correct distance from the right side. Mark the 2
large holes for fastening the bracket to the floor
and remove the bracket.
• Drill recommended size holes for the hardware.
• Install the sleeve anchors into the holes and then
install the lag bolts through the bracket. The
bolts must be properly tightened as recommended for the hardware.
• Fasten the bracket securely to the floor.
• Drive wood screws into the back wall.
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Installation
Professional Ranges
4
Step
Connect
Range
to Gas
A manual shut-off valve must be installed where
it will be accessible.
Assure that gas is turned off at the shut-off
valve.
• Remove all burner/hanger screws.
• Lift and remove all open top burners/hangers
to reveal the gas inlet location at the back of
the range.
• Pull the flexible metal gas line through the
back of the range and into the cooking area
until it meets the regular.
• Connect flexible metal connector to incoming
gas line pipe stub.
• Turn on gas and check for leaks:
–Use a liquid leak detector at all joints and
connections in the system.
Flex or Rigid Gas
Line To Regulator
Regulator
36" Models
Flex or Rigid Gas
Line To Regulator
Regulator
48" Models
30" Wide Models:
Rigid pipe is factory installed from the
regulator to the bottom rear of the range.
Flexible line may be used to connect to the
pipe stub.
Factory Installed
Rigid Gas Line
Regulator
30" Models
5
Step
Install the
Range
Backguard
A backguard is required for all installations.
• Insert the backguard into the guide
channels on the back of the range.
• Secure the backguard to the range at the
rear with the 4 sheetmetal screws provided.
• Install 2 or 3 screws through the front of
the range, depending on your model.
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Installation
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Step
6
Plug power cord into properly grounded
receptacle.
7
• Carefully, slide the range into position.
–Be careful not to entange power cord and
gas flexible tubing.
• Be sure the right rear leg is engaged in the
slot of the installed anti-tip bracket.
• Check for proper installation by grasping the
range at the top front edge and carefully
attempt to tilt the range forward.
• Check to be sure the front of the range is
level. Adjust front leveling legs accordingly.
• Replace the front kick panel by reversing the
proceedure described in Step 1.
8
To replace the oven doors:
• Slide the hinges into the openings. The
hinge should rest in the center of each
hinge roller.
• Open the door fully and unlock hinge
latches.
Connect
Electrical
Step
Slide the
Range
Into
Position
Step
Replace
Oven Door(s)
CAUTION: Take care when replacing the
oven doors. If the hinge latch is not securely
locked, the hinge may snap back and separate. If the hinge separates, you must apply
pressure (possibly with your foot) to press it
back together and then engage the brass
hinge latch.
Door Hinge Roller
Lock
(Closed)
Un-Lock
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Installation
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9
Step
Assemble
& Adjust
Burners
• Replace the burner bowls and burner caps.
• Adjustments should not be required, unless
vibration during transit or variations in local
gas supply make minor adjustments necessary.
CAUTION: Burner adjustments must be made
by a qualified technician at the time of installation. Extreme care should be used if adjustments are made after installation.
• Burner flames should be blue and stable with
no yellow or yellow tips, excessive noise or
lifting of the flame from the burner. If any of
these conditions exist, check that the air
shutter or burner ports are not blocked. If
one of these conditions continues, adjust the
air shutter as required.
–If the flame is too yellow, there is insufficient
air flow, adjust the shutter counterclockwise
to increase air inlet.
–If the flame is noisy or tends to lift away
from the burner, there is too much air. Turn
the shutter clockwise to reduce air.
10
Step
Adjustable
Low Setting
Burner
Main Burner
Venturi (rear)
Igniter
Simmer Burner
Venturi (rear)
Burner
Air Shutter
Main Burner
Venturi (front)
Simmer Burner
Venturi (front)
The open top burners and grill valves have an
adjustable low setting. Each valve is individually tested and adjusted before it is shipped.
Minor adjustments may be required due to
fluctuations in local gas pressure. Adjustments
to increase or decrease gas flow may be
necessary.
• Turn knob counter-clockwise to the LITE
position.
• Once lit, turn the know back to the “LOW”
position.
• Remove the knob.
• Insert a thin-blade flat screwdriver into the
valve shaft. (3/32" blade with recommended.)
• Grip the shaft with pliers and turn the
Finalize
Installation
Igniter
Place the burner grates into operating position.
Press corner of the grate to the cooktop. The
grates should be seated and should not rock.
Models equipped with grill and griddle:
• The grill and griddle are secured with screws at
the front. They are designed to be stationary
and should not to be removed.
screwdriver counter-clockwise to lower the
flame, or clockwise to increase the flame.
CAUTION: Do not turn the flame so low that
it goes out, causing the igniter to spark.
• When the desired setting is made, replace
the knob and turn burner off.
• The griddle has two leveling screws beneath
the rear flue cover which can be used to
adjust to the desired slope. The center screw
is for shipping purposes only and should be
removed.
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Notes
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Notes
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15
NOTE: While performing installations described in this book,
safety glasses or goggles should be worn.
®
Monogram.
General Electric Company
Louisville, KY 40225
NOTE: Product improvement is a continuing endeavor at General
Electric. Therefore, materials, appearance and specifications are
subject to change without notice.
Pub. No. 49-8814-4
Dwg. No. 164D3333P058
(N.D. 286) 10/01
10658 Rev. 6
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