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GE ZGG27L21CSS Installation Instructions
GE Monogram®
Installation
Instructions
Stainless Steel
Professional Outdoor
Cooking Centers
48" Natural gas models:
ZGG48N42
ZGG48N31
48" Liquid Propane models:
ZGG48L42
ZGG48L31
36" Natural gas models:
ZGG36N31
ZGG36N21
36" Liquid Propane models:
ZGG36L31
ZGG36L21
27" Natural gas models:
ZGG27N21
ZGG27N20
27" Liquid Propane models:
ZGG27L21
ZGG27L20
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 Use and Care Book for
future reference.
If you received a damaged cooking center, you
should contact your dealer.
Installation of this cooking center requires basic
mechanical skills. Proper installation is the responsibility of the installer.
For Monogram local service in your area,
1-800-444-1845.
For Monogram service in Canada, 1-888-880-3030.
For Monogram Parts and Accessories, call
1-800-626-2002.
FOR YOUR SAFETY:
Do not use cooking center in a space where
gasoline or other liquids having flammable
vapors are stored or used.
CAUTION:
• For outdoor use only. Use this cooking center
only in the manner intended by the manufacturer.
• This outdoor cooking gas appliance is not
intended to be installed in or on recreational
vehicles and/or boats.
• Do not use the grill in an explosive atmosphere.
Keep the grill away from areas where gasoline or
other flammable liquids and vapors are stored or
being used.
• Observe proper clearances to combustible
materials at all times.
• Do not use a rusty or damaged LP tank.
• Never substitute gases (natural for LP or LP for
natural). These grills are factory set for LP or
natural gas. Order the model for your installation
situation.
• When storing the grill indoors, disconnect the LP
tank. Store the tank outdoors in a well ventilated
area.
• Do not store additional LP tanks in or near the gas
grill.
• Follow the guidelines on the LP tank for proper
storage, transport and handling.
• LP models are supplied with a 20 lb. LP tank
(shipped separately) equipped with a Type 1 Acme
connector. The supplied regulator has a mating
connector.
• The supplied LP tank is equipped with an overfill
protection device. If you utilize a tank exchange
system, be sure to exchange this tank for a tank
with the same device.
Contents
2
Models Available .................................................. 3
Accessories ............................................................ 3
Product Dimensions & Clearances ..................... 4
Advance Planning ................................................ 5
Choosing the Location ........................................ 5
Tools & Materials Required ................................ 5
Step 1: Remove the Packaging ............................ 6
Step 2: Provide Support ....................................... 7
Built-In Installations ..................................... 7, 8
Step 3: Provide Gas & Electrical Supply ............. 9
In the Commonwealth of Massachusetts:
• This product must be installed by a licensed
plumber or gas fitter.
• When using ball type gas shut off valves, they
shall be T-handle type.
• A flexible gas connector, when used, must not
exceed 3 feet.
IF YOU SMELL GAS:
• Shut off gas to appliance.
• Extinguish any open flame.
• Open lid.
• If odor continues, immediately call your
gas supplier.
• Tested in accordance with ANSI Z21.58 latest
edition standard for outdoor cooking gas
appliances. This grill is for outdoor use only.
Check local building codes for the proper method
of installation in the absence of local codes, this
unit should be installed in accordance with the
National Fuel Gas Code No. Z223 latest edition
and the National Electrical Code ANSI/NFPA
no. 70, latest edition.
CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 - WARNING
The burning of gas cooking fuel generates some by
products that are on the list of substances which
are known by the State of California to cause
cancer or reproductive harm. California law
requires businesses to warn customers of potential
exposure to such substances. To minimize exposure to these substances, always operate this unit
according to the use and care manual, ensuring
you provide good ventilation when cooking with
gas.
INSECT WARNING!
Spiders and insects can nest in the burners of this
and any other grill, and cause the gas to flow from
the front of the burner. This is a very dangerous
condition which can cause a fire to occur behind
the valve panel, thereby damaging the grill and
making it unsafe to operate. Inspect the grill twice
a year or immediately if any symptoms appear.
LP Gas Models .................................................. 9
Natural Gas Models .......................................... 9
Electrical Supply ............................................. 10
Step 4: Test for Leaks ......................................... 10
Step 5: Check Burners,
Replace Drip Trays and Grates ..................... 11
Step 6: Lighting the Grill .................................. 12
Step 7: Adjusting the Burners ........................... 13
Install Rotisserie ................................................. 14
Install Access Doors ........................................... 15
Design Information
Outdoor Cooking Centers
Models
Available
Accessories
Monogram Outdoor Cooking Centers are
factory set for LP or natural gas. Order the
model for your installation situation.
48" Natural gas models:
ZGG48N42
4 grill burners, 2 rear infra red burners
ZGG48N31
3 grill burners, 1 rear infra red burner, and
2 side burners
48" Liquid Propane models:
ZGG48L42
4 grill burners, 2 rear infra red burners
ZGG48L31
3 grill burners, 1 rear infra red burner, and
2 side burners
36" Natural gas models:
ZGG36N31
3 grill burners, 1 rear infra red burner
ZGG36N21
2 grill burners, 1 rear infra red burner, and
2 side burners
36" Liquid Propane models:
ZGG36L31
3 grill burners, 1 rear infra red burner
ZGG36L21
2 grill burners, 1 rear infra red burner, and
2 side burners
27" Natural gas models:
ZGG27N21
2 grill burners, 1 rear infra red burner
ZGG27N20
2 grill burners
27" Liquid Propane models:
ZGG27L21
2 grill burners, 1 rear infra red burner
ZGG27L20
2 grill burners
All models may be installed on a portable grill
cart or built into an enclosure. Enclosures can
be constructed of non-combustible (masonry)
material or of combustible material such as
wood. Insulated jackets are required for
installation into combustible enclosures.
Grill Carts:
ZX48CTA, for 48" wide models.
ZX36CTA, for 36" wide models.
ZX27CTA, for 27" wide models.
Insulated Jackets for Combustible enclosure:
ZX48JYSS, for 48" wide models.
ZX36JYSS, for 36" wide models.
ZX27JYSS, for 27" wide models.
27" Model Trim Kit
ZX27TKYSS is available to conceal the gap
between the cooking center and enclosure.
Vinyl Covers:
Tough vinyl, felt lined with elastic bottom.
ZX48CVCC, fits all 48" models on cart.
ZX48CV4Y, fits 48" built-in’s with 4 burners.
ZX48CV3Y, fits 48" built-in’s with 3 burners.
ZX36CVCC, fits all 36" models on cart.
ZX36CV3Y, fits 36" built-in’s with 3 burners.
ZX36CV2Y, fits 36" built-in’s with 2 burners.
ZX27CVCY, fits 27" “Y” models on cart.
ZX27CVCC fits 27" “C” models on cart.
ZX27CV2Y, fits all 27" built-in models.
ZX27CVDY, fits all 27" models on cart when
fitted with side dual range top burner.
ZX2LYSS - Dual range top burner - LP Gas
ZX2NYSS - Dual range top burner - Nat. Gas
Can be installed on the right side of a 27" cart.
For built in installations order Trim Kit
ZX2TKYSS to conceal the gap between the
side and rear edges of the opening.
Insulated jacket ZX2JYSS is required for
installation into a combustible enclosure.
ZX27QDC - LP Quick Disconnect Tee
For installation onto a 27" cart.
ZXADYSS - Stainless Steel Double Access
Doors
Optional accessories to cover the access opening under the grill in a built-in installation.
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Design Information
Outdoor Cooking Centers
12" Min. to Combustibles
3" Clearance for Lid
Product
Dimensions
& Clearances
13-7/8"
16-1/4"
10-1/2"
22-3/4"
24-3/4"
27"
2"
27" Wide Models
12" Min to Combustibles
3" Clearance for Lid
12-1/2"
9-1/2"
35-7/8"
22-5/8"
25-3/8"
2"
36" Wide Models
12" Min. to Combustibles
3" Clearance for Lid
12-1/2"
9-1/2"
22-5/8"
47-7/8"
25-3/8"
2"
48" Wide Models
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Design Information
Outdoor Cooking Centers
Advance
Planning
• Monogram Outdoor Cooking Centers are
designed to be installed on a grill cart or into
an enclosure.
27" Models:
• In a non-combustible (masonry) enclosure,
the grill drops into the opening. A deck or
ledge on each side is required for support
from the bottom.
• Insulated jackets are available to allow the
grill to be installed in a combustible
enclosure. The insulated jacket must be
supported from the bottom by a solid deck or
ledge on each side beneath the jacket.
• If using a backsplash or rear wall, locate the
electrical service for the rotisserie on the left
side.
• Trim kit ZX27TKYSS is available to conceal
the gap between cooking center and the back
and sides of an enclosure.
36" and 48" Models:
• In a non-combustible (masonry) enclosure,
the grill drops into the opening and hangs
from its side flanges. A deck is not required
for support.
• Insulated jackets are available to allow these
grills to be installed in a combustible
enclosure. The insulated jacket must be
supported from the bottom by a solid deck
or ledge on each side beneath the jacket.
• If using a backsplash or rear wall, locate the
electrical service for the rotisserie on the
right side of the opening.
Clearances–All Models
• Allow 3" at the rear for lid clearance.
• Allow at least 12" clearance at the back of the
grill when exhaust is directed to a window or
a surface that is difficult to clean.
• Allow at least 6" clearance on each side to
any non-combustible material located above
the cooking surface for counterspace.
Rotisserie models also require 6" clearance
for placing and handling the motor and
skewer.
• Allow at least 12" clearance on each side and
rear to combustible vertical materials.
Choosing
the Location
• These cooking centers are designed for
outdoor use only. Do not locate the grill in a
building, garage or other enclosed area.
• Ensure that fresh air ventilation is adequate.
• Consider exposure to wind and proximity to
traffic paths.
• The minimum clearances to combustibles
must be maintained at all times.
• Do not install a grill below overhead
unprotected combustible construction.
• The installation must conform to local codes
or in the absence of local codes, with the
national fuel gas code, ANSI Z223 latest
edition.
• The location must be level and stable.
Tools &
Materials
Required
• Phillips head screwdriver
• Pipe wrench
• Level
• Flat blade screwdriver (3/32" blade)
• Pliers
• Appropriate gas line to reach built-in
installation location
• Pipe joint sealant, approved type and
resistant to LP gases
• Manual shut-off valve
CAUTION: All cooking centers are extremely
heavy. 2 people are required for lifting and
placing the product into a cart or enclosure.
(Not supplied)
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Installation
Outdoor Cooking Centers
1
Step
Remove the
Packaging
• Open the box and remove packaging.
• Open the grill lid and remove white plastic
tie-downs on burners.
• Remove side burner grate and aeration pan.
• Remove tie-downs on burners.
• Open the hardware accessory carton and
check contents.
36" and 48" models
have side shipping
brackets. Remove
side brackets when
installing into an
enclosure. Shipping
brackets may remain
in place when
installing into a cart.
Shipping
Bracket
LP Regulator
Type 1 Acme, 20 lb. LP tank
(LP models only)
27" models are
mounted to a
shipping panel.
Remove bolts
and discard
panel.
Natural Gas Regulator
Shipping Support
1/2"NPT to 3/8 flare adaptor
Warming Rack (on some models)
Coupler and Nipple
(Natural Gas Models)
Match
Stick
Extension Rod
Models with side burners.
TM
Grill Grates
Gourmet Radiant Trays
Rotisserie rod, handle, holders and motor (on
models so equipped).
Side Burner Cover
27" Motor
Side Burner Aeration Pan
Spit Forks
36"/48" Motor
Rotisserie Rod and Handle
Side Burner Grate
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Installation
Outdoor Cooking Centers
2
Step
Provide
Support
Built-In
Installation
All Outdoor Cooking Centers can be installed
on a cart designed specifically for that model
size. Follow the installation instructions
provided with the carts to install. Proceed to
Gas supply to complete the installation.
CAUTION: The grill is heavy. 2 people are
required to lift and place the grill into the
cart or the enclosure.
• All models may be installed into a
combustible or non-combustible enclosure.
• Combustible enclosures require the use of
an insulated jacket. Insulated jackets are
available as a optional accessory. Order the
specific type for your model.
grill when exhaust is directed to a window or
a surface that is difficult to clean.
• Allow at least 6" clearance on each side to
any non-combustible material located above
the cooking surface for counterspace.
Rotisserie models also require 6" clearance
for placing and handling the motor and
skewer.
• Allow at least 12" clearance on each side and
rear to combustible vertical materials.
Clearances
• Allow 3" at the rear for lid clearance.
• Allow at least 12" clearance at the back of the
27" Models
ZX27TKYSS Trim Kit
This kit is designed for both combustible and
non-combustible enclosures. The trim will
conceal the gap at the rear and both sides of
the opening.
• Secure trim to the sides and back with screws
provided.
• Place the grill into the enclosure.
NOTE: This trim kit is not designed to
support the weight of the grill. The grill must
be supported from the bottom.
Install Electrical
Outlet for Rotisserie
on Left Side
(6.5 AMP Min.) 27-3/8"
14-1/2"
10-1/2"
12" Min. to
Combustibles
3" Clearance
for Lid
23"
Install Electrical
Outlet for Rotisserie
on Left Side
33-3/8"
(6.5 AMP Min.)
27" wide models:
Installation in a non-combustible enclosure.
• In a non-combustible (masonry) enclosure,
the grill drops into the opening. A deck or
ledge on each side is required for support
from the bottom.
24"
35-1/2"
35-1/2"
4x4 Opening
for Gas Supply
Line
Opening for
Access Doors
12" Min. to
Combustibles
3" Clearance
for Lid
14-1/2"
3-1/8"
11-1/2"
4x4 Opening
for Gas Supply
Line
Opening for
Access Doors
27" wide models:
Installation in a combustible enclosure.
ZX27JYSS insulated jacket is required
• The insulated jacket must be supported from
the bottom by a solid deck or ledge on each
side beneath the jacket.
• Construct the enclosure as shown and place
the insulated jacket into the enclosure. Place
the cooking center into the jacket. No
installation hardware is required.
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Installation
Outdoor Cooking Centers
36" Models
12" Min. to Combustibles
3" Clearance for Lid
34-1/2"
Install Electrical
Outlet for Rotisserie
On Right side
(6.5 AMP Min.)
22-3/4"
12" Min. to Combustibles
3" Clearance for Lid
40-1/2"
35-1/2"
18-1/2"
4x4 Opening
for Gas Supply
Line
Opening for
Access Doors
3-1/8"
10-1/8"
36" wide models:
Installation in a non-combustible enclosure.
48" Models
12" Min. to
Combustibles
3" Clearance
for Lid
Install Electrical
Outlet for Rotisserie
On Right Side
(6.5 AMP Min.)
45-3/4"
22-3/4"
12" Min. to
Combustibles
3" Clearance
for Lid
Install Electrical
Outlet for Rotisserie
On Right Side
(6.5 AMP Min.)
51-3/4"
23-3/4"
35-1/2"
18-1/2"
18-1/2"
4x4 Opening
for Gas Supply
Line
Opening For
Access Doors
48" wide models:
Installation in a non-combustible enclosure.
• In a non-combustible (masonry) enclosure,
the grill drops into the opening and hangs
from its side flanges. A deck is not required
for support.
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4x4 Opening
for Gas Supply
Line
Opening for
Access Doors
36" wide models:
Installation in a combustible enclosure.
ZX36JYSS insulated jacket is required.
35-1/2"
9-1/8"
23-3/4"
35-1/2"
18-1/2"
9-1/8"
Install Electrical
Outlet for Rotisserie
On Right side
(6.5 AMP Min.)
3-1/8"
10-1/8"
4x4 Opening
for Gas Supply
Line
Opening For
Access Doors
48" wide models:
Installation in a combustible enclosure.
ZX48JYSS insulated jacket is required.
• Combustible enclosures require insulated
jackets. ZX36JYSS for 36" models and
ZX48JYSS for 48" wide models. The
insulated jacket must be supported from the
bottom by a solid deck or ledge on each side
beneath the jacket.
• Construct the enclosure as shown and place
the insulated jacket into the enclosure. Place
the cooking center into the jacket. No
installation hardware is required.
Installation
Outdoor Cooking Centers
3
Step
Provide
Gas &
Electrical
Supply
WARNING
PRODUCT STORAGE
When storing LP models indoors, disconnect the LP tank. Store the tank outdoors
in a well ventilated area.
Do not store spare LP tanks in or near the
Outdoor Cooking Center enclosure.
Threading Compound Must Be
Resistant to L.P. Gas
LP GAS MODELS
• Connect the regulator/Quick Connect
assembly to the hose attached to the grill.
• The Quick Connect type coupling requires
the user to pull on the outer sleeve of the
female coupling while simultaneously
inserting the male hose end into the coupling,
then release the locking outer sleeve.
Inlet
Coupler Sleeve
Main Valve
L.P. Regulator Quick
Disconnect Hose
Assembly
To connect the tank:
L.P. Tank
• Insert the coupler sleeve on the regulator over
the tank inlet, turn clockwise to tighten.
To disconnect the tank:
LP operating pressure is 10" W.C.
• Turn off the main tank valve.
• Grasp the coupler sleeve and turn counterCAUTION: The LP tank (shipped separately)
clockwise. Remove the inlet from the opening. is a Type 1 Acme. Do not attempt to change
or alter these supplied parts Do not attempt
to use the regulator/hose assembly with a
standard 510 POL tank/valve assembly.
NATURAL GAS MODELS
The grill and its individual shut-off valve must
be disconnected from the gas supply during
any pressure testing of the system at test
pressures in excess of 1/2 PSIG.
The grill must be isolated from the gas supply
system by closing its individual shut-off valve
during any pressure testing of the system at
test pressures equal to or less than 1/2 PSIG.
The installation of these grills must conform
with local codes or, in the absence of local
codes, with the National fuel gas code, ANSI
Z223 latest edition.
Operating pressure is 4" W.C.
Supply pressure should be 5" to 14" W.C. If
pressure is more than 14" W.C. a step down
regulator is required.
Check with local gas utility or with local codes
for instructions on installing gas supply lines.
Be sure to check on type and size of run and
how deep to bury the line. If the gas line is too
small, the grill will not function properly.
Coupler
Natural Gas 4.0" Regulator
1/2 NPT
Close Nipple
Adapter 1/2 NPT
to 3/8" Flare Fitting
Installer Supplied
TUBING (3/8" FLARE)
Natural Gas Supply
Installer Supplied
Shut-Off
• Install a manual gas shut-off valve in an easily
accessible location.
• Use threading compound on male threads
only. Do not use threading compound on
the male end of the 1/2 NPT to 3/8 flare
adapter.
• Make connections as shown.
• Check to be sure the regulator arrow points
in the direction of gas flow, towards the grill
and away from the gas supply.
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Installation
Outdoor Cooking Centers
ELECTRICAL SUPPLY
Models with rotisserie require 120V, 60Hz.
and connected to an individual properly
grounded branch circuit protected by a 15
amp circuit breaker or time delay fuse.
The power cord on the rotisserie 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.
4
Step
Test for
Leaks
WARNING
TEST FOR LEAKS
A complete gas tightness check must be
performed at the installation site. Do not
use a flame to check for gas leaks.
• Do not use the grill until all connections have
been leak tested.
• Repeat leak test after each LP tank change.
• Check to be sure the main valve on the LP
tank or the shut-off valve is in the “OFF”
position.
• Make a soap solution of one part liquid
detergent and one part water.
The valve panel must be removed to check the
valves and fittings.
• All control valves should be in the “OFF”
position.
• Remove the knobs.
• On models equipped with Rotisserie, remove
the safety valve pushbutton and unscrew the
surrounding bezel.
• Remove the 4 screws holding the valve panel
to the grill.
• Pull the panel outwards and unplug the wires
from the back of the rotary igniters.
• If the grill has an optional rotisserie burner,
remove the screws holding the inspection
cover in place.
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DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES,
CUT OR REMOVE THE THIRD (GROUND)
PRONG FROM THE POWER CORD.
• For 27" wide built-in grills, locate the
electrical outlet on the left hand side within
reach of the rotisserie’s 72" power cord.
• For 36" and 48" wide built-in grills, locate
the electrical outlet on the right hand side
within reach of the rotisserie’s 30" power
cord.
TO TEST:
• Apply the soap solution around the
connections, valve and tubing.
• Turn the gas supply on.
• Check all connections from the supply line
or LP tank up to and including the manifold
pipe assembly.
• If a leak is detected, turn gas supply to off
and tighten fittings. Turn the gas on and
check again.
• To re-install the valve panel, re-connect the
igniter wires and secure the panel with
original screws.
Installation
Outdoor Cooking Centers
5
Step
Check Burners,
Drip Trays
and Grates
• During shipping parts, such as burners and
reflectors may have moved. Check to be sure
all parts are in position.
• Remove the smoker tray (if so equipped).
Check to be sure smoker burner and
deflector plate are installed properly. The
burner and plate should be placed over the
holding pin at the back and front of the grill.
CORRECT Burner Rests
Level onto Anti-Flip Bracket
Ignitor
Anti-Flip
Bracket
INCORRECT
Burner is
Upside Down
Burner Nubs Should
be on Top
Check to be sure all burners are in the correct
position. Burners should rest flat over the antiflip brackets with stubs on top and flat side
down.
• Check to be sure that all grill burners are
level and securely seated in the grill box.
• Place Gourmet radiant on top of each
burner. Clips on the bottom of the radiant
fits over stubs on the burners. It should be
centered in the grill box front to rear.
• Place the grill grates over the opening.
• Slide drip tray into place.
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Installation
Outdoor Cooking Centers
Step
6
Lighting
the Grill
WARNING
Do not attempt to
light the grill if the odor of gas is present.
CAUTION: Keep hands and face as far away
from the grill as possible when lighting.
• Open the lid and remove the side cooktop
burner cover.
• Turn all knobs to “OFF” position.
• Turn gas supply on at the LP tank or shut-off
valve.
NOTE: When lighting the burner for the first
time or after a LP tank change, allow up to 20
seconds to purge air from the lines.
• Push and turn control knob to “LITE”
position, immediately turn the rotary igniter
knob next to the burner knob.
NOTE: The spark will produce a snapping
sound. This is normal.
• If the burner does not light within 4 seconds,
turn knobs to “OFF” and wait 5 minutes for
the gas to dissipate before trying again.
• If the burner does not light after several
attempts, the burner can be lit with a match.
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• A match stick extension rod is provided on
some models.
TO MATCH LIGHT:
• Insert a match stick (DO NOT LIGHT)
securely into the clip end of the match stick
extension rod.
• Light the match stick held on the end of the
rod and hold against a burner port towards
the front.
• Push and turn the corresponding control
knob to the LITE position.
• If the burner does not light after 4 seconds,
turn the knob OFF. Wait 5 minutes for any
accumulated gas to dissipate before trying to
light the burner again.
• All burners may be match lit in the same
manner.
• If the match light extension rod is not
provided with your model, refer to the
Owners Manual for lighting instructions.
Installation
Outdoor Cooking Centers
7
Step
Adjusting
the Burners
Adjustments should not be required, unless
vibration during transit or variations in local
gas supply make minor adjustments necessary.
1-1/2"
Adjustments must be made by a qualified
technician at the time of installation. Extreme
care should be used if adjustments are made
after installation.
3/8"
• Turn gas supply on.
• Push and turn the burner control knobs to
the “LITE” position. Up to 20 seconds may
be required to to purge air from the lines.
• Flames should be blue and stable with no
yellow tips, excessive noise or lifting from the
burner. If any of these conditions exist turn
control to off and check air shutter and
burner ports for debris or spider webs.
TO ADJUST:
• Remove burners by lifting and twisting while
pulling towards the back.
• Locate and loosen the lock screw on the face
of the air shutter with a screwdriver.
• Replace the burners.
• Turn burner knob to the “LITE” position.
• If the flame is yellow, indicating insufficient
air, turn the air shutter open to allow more
air to the burner.
Low setting Adjustment:
Minor adjustments may be required due to
fluctuations in local gas pressure. Adjustments
to increase or decrease gas flow may be
necessary.
• Turn burner knob to “LITE” position.
• Turn the control knob to the lowest setting,
all the way counter-clockwise.
• Remove the knob by pulling straight out.
• Insert a thin-blade flat screwdriver into the
valve shaft and hold. (3/32" blade width
recommended.)
• Grip the shaft with pliers and turn the
screwdriver counter-clockwise to lower the
flame, or clockwise to increase the flame.
• When the desired setting is made, replace the
knob and turn burner off.
NOTE: Adjustment of the infra-red rotisserie
burner is not recommended.
• If the flame is noisy and tends to lift away
from the burner, there is too much air. Turn
the air shutter to reduce the opening.
• Side burners can be adjusted in the same
manner.
Bezel
Valve Stem
WARNING:
Always check the low flame size for stability. A
burner flame which is too small may go out or
be extinguished easily. This can cause unburned gas to escape and cause a hazardous
condition.
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Installation
Outdoor Cooking Centers
Install
Rotisserie
(If so equipped)
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27" Wide Models:
• Slide the motor down into the channel on
the left side and tighten thumb screw.
• To use, place pointed end of the skewer into
the motor, and the threaded end resting on
the right side support.
• Remove the handle from the threaded end
of the skewer before using.
36" and 48" Wide Models:
• The motor will rest on the cast iron block
and can be tightened against the grill by
turning the black knob.
• To use, place pointed end of the skewer into
the motor, and the threaded end resting on
the right side support.
• Remove the handle from the threaded end
of the skewer before using.
Install Access Doors
Outdoor Cooking Centers
ZXADYSS
Double Access
Doors
24-1/8"
Double Access
Doors
26"
18-1/4"
Double Access
Doors
20-1/8"
• The opening for double access doors should
be 24-1/8" wide and 18-1/4" high.
Installation
• Place the frame into the opening and secure
with appropriate screws on all sides as
shown.
• Hang the doors on the hinges as shown.
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Note: While performing installations described in this book,
safety glasses or goggles should be worn.
For Monogram® local service in your area, call
1-800-444-1845.
Note: Product improvement is a continuing endeavor at
General Electric. Therefore, materials, appearance and
specifications are subject to change without notice.
Monogram.
®
We bring good things to life.
Pub. No. 49-80009-3
Dwg. No. 164D3333P227
(N.D. 728) 3/03
10743-Rev. 3
GE Consumer Products
General Electric Company
Louisville, KY 40225
© 2003 General Electric Company
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