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GE ZWBP48 Installation Instructions
GE Monogram®
48" Built-In Refrigerators
Custom
Options Guide
and
Installation
Instructions
With Custom Panel Dimensions
and Trim Kit
Installation Instructions
These Monogram built-in refrigerators are
designed to be customized with decorator
door and grille panels. Field installed
panels are required.
Factory installed trim will accommodate
1/4" thick custom panels or optional
Lexan® and Stainless Steel panel kits.
Optional trim kits allow an even broader
range of custom appearance options.
Read this booklet carefully to accomplish the
desired appearance and to insure a trouble free
installation.
This booklet contains information and
illustrations to demonstrate custom
possibilities. Custom door and grille panel
sizes vary to accommodate the kit being
used. Dimensions for each application are
included and can be faxed or sent to the
cabinet manufacturer so that the panels can
be constructed accurately.
Models:
ZIS48N
ZISW48D
ZISB48D
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.
WARNING This appliance must be properly grounded. See “Grounding the Refrigerator,” page 15.
appareil doit être correctement mis à la terre.
CAUTION
ATTENTION Cet
Consulter « Mise à terre du réfrigérateur », page 15.
If you have a question concerning the installation of this
product, call the GE Answer Center® Consumer
Information Service at 800.626.2000, 24 hours a day,
7 days a week.
If you received a damaged refrigerator, you should
immediately contact your dealer or builder.
Proper installation is the responsibility of the installer.
Product failure due to improper installation is not
covered under the GE Appliance Warranty. See the
Use & Care Guide for warranty information.
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.
Contents
WARNING
• Use this appliance only for its intended purpose.
• Immediately repair or replace electric service
cords that have become frayed or damaged.
• Unplug the refrigerator before cleaning or making
repairs.
• Repairs should be made by a qualified service
technician.
ATTENTION
• Il ne faut utiliser cet appareil que pour l’usage pour
lequel il a été construit.
• Il faut réparer ou remplacer immédiatement tout
cordon d’alimentation électrique effiloché ou
endommagé.
• Débrancher le réfrigérateur avant le nettoyage ou
toute intervention.
• Les réparations doivent être faites par un
technicien qualifié.
Design Information
Advance Planning for a Flush Installation ................................................................................................................................... 3
Cutout and Product Dimensions .................................................................................................................................................. 3
Installation Between Base & Wall Cabinets ............................................................................................................................. 4
Installation At End-of-Run ............................................................................................................................................................. 4
Frameless Cabinets ........................................................................................................................................................................ 4
Accessory Panel Kits ..................................................................................................................................................................... 4
Advance Planning, Exterior Appearance Options...................................................................................................................... 5
Appearance Examples, Trim Kit Descriptions .......................................................................................................................... 5
Custom Panel Dimensions
ZIS48N ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 6-9
ZISW48D, ZISB48D ..................................................................................................................................................................10-13
Side Panel or Filler Options ........................................................................................................................................................ 14
Installation Instructions ...........................................................................................................................................................15-20
Trim Kits
ZKH1 Trim Kit Installation Instructions
Custom Handles with 1/4" Thick Panels ............................................................................................................................. 21-25
ZG2 Trim Kit Installation Instructions
Grille Panel Frame Adjustment .................................................................................................................................................. 26
ZKT48 Trim Kit Installation Instructions
3/4" Thick Custom Panels .......................................................................................................................................................27-32
ZKHT1 Trim kit Installation Instructions
Custom Handles with 3/4" Thick Panels .............................................................................................................................. 33-37
ZKHSS1 Trim Kit Installation Instructions
Tubular Stainless Steel Handles for 1/4" Panel Installation ............................................................................................ 38-41
ZKHTSS1 Trim Kit Installation Instructions
Tubular Stainless Steel Handles for 3/4" Panel Installation ............................................................................................ 42-45
ZWCD2 Trim Kit Installation Instructions
Custom Dispenser Collar ........................................................................................................................................................46-47
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Design Information
DESIGN
INFORMATION
48" Built-In Refrigerator
Advance Planning
Flush or
Semi-Flush
Enclosure
Installations
3/4"
0"
True Flush Installation
In a flush installation,
the refrigerator doors
will align evenly with the
front face of adjacent cabinet
doors. The refrigerator blends
into the surrounding cabinetry.
Monogram built-in refrigerators can be installed flush
with typical 24-3/4" deep cabinetry.
When installed semi-flush, the case trim will conceal
slight gaps around the enclosure. The refrigerator will
project forward approximately 3/4" beyond the front
face of surrounding cabinetry.
In any installation situation, a wide range of appearance options can be accomplished through the use of
one or more trim kits. See trim kit descriptions and
appearance options on page 5.
Enclosure
Cutout and
Product
Dimensions
Semi-Flush Installation
These refrigerators
can also be installed
semi-flush into an enclosure
using the minimum cutout
width. The case trim creates a
frame around the opening.
Side Panels Requirements:
• Side panels are not required whenever the
refrigerator is installed into an enclosure or between
pantry and oven cabinets.
• Side panels are required whenever the sides of the
refrigerator are exposed.
• Side panel sizes vary depending on the type of
installation being made.
To accomplish an attractive installation, you must:
1. Determine the need for side panels.
2. Determine side panel thickness.
3. Order matching side panels from the cabinet
manufacturer. Be sure to provide the exact
dimensions.
*Finished Width
• To achieve a flush fit the finished cutout width must
be at least 48" wide.
• A semi-flush installation requires 47-1/2" min. finished
cutout width.
• The electrical and water locations must be located as
shown for either type of installation.
Wall View
Electrical
Area
84 1/2" max
83-1/4" min
Finished
Opening
83" Min
84-1/2" Max
7"
24 3/4" Total
Depth
5"
5"
20 3/8"
Water Supply
74" From Floor
to Bottom
of Electrical
5"
3 1/2"
3 1/2"
24-3/4"
48"
*48" Min. for a flush installation
47-1/2" Min. for a semi-flush installation
Note: Additional cutout width may be required when
side panels are used. Add side panel thickness to the
finished cutout to calculate rough-in width. See
installation examples on the following page.
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DESIGN
INFORMATION
Design Information
48" Built-In Refrigerators
Installation Examples
Side panels are required whenever the sides of the refrigerator will be exposed.
1/2" to 3/4" side panels are normally set into place and
fastened to adjacent cabinetry or to the back wall before
rolling the refrigerator into the opening.
Therefore, the rough-in dimensions must allow for side panel
thickness. In both a flush and semi-flush installation, the
finished dimension, (the width of the opening after side panels
are installed), must accommodate the full width of the
refrigerator.
See page 14 for side panel sizes.
Flush and Semi-Flush
Installations
Installation
Between
Base &
Wall Cabinets
Refrigerator
Cabinet
1/4" Thick
Side Panels
Finished Dim.
Roughed-In Dim.
47-1/2"
48"
Refrigerator door
Note: 1/4" thick side panels can be
inserted into the case trim, making the
rough-in the same as the outside trim
width, 48".
Cabinet
1/4" Side Panels. Insert end of
side panel into trim
Flush and Semi-Flush
Installations
Installation
At End-of-Run
1/2" Thick
Side Panels
Finished Dim.
48"
Roughed-In Dim.
49"
Refrigerator
Cabinet
Refrigerator door
Note: 1/2" thick side panels shown. Side panels can
be any thickness. Add side panel thickness to outside
trim width (48") to calculate the rough-in dimension.
The leading (front) edge must be finished to match
surrounding cabinetry.
Frameless
Cabinets
Accessory
Panel Kits
Side panels, 1/2" minimum thickness are
required when using frameless cabinets.
The side panel acts as a spacer between the
cabinet and the case trim and prevents
interference with cabinet door swing. The
leading (front) edge must be finished to
match surrounding cabinetry.
Cabinet
1/2" To 3/4" Side Panels. Leading
Edge Flush With Cabinet
1/2" To 3/4" Side Panels. Leading
Edge Flush With Cabinet
Refrigerator door
Field installed door and grille panels are required. The factory
installed trim will accept accessory panel kits. White or black
Lexan® and stainless steel kits are available. Panels are cut to
size and ready to install. These panel kits must be ordered
separately.
Model
ZIS48N
ZISW48D
ZISB48D
Black
ZWBP48
ZWBP48D
White
ZWWP48
ZWWP48D
Refrigerator
Cabinet
A wide range of custom appearance options can be created
with optional custom trim kits. See the opposite page for
examples and trim kit descriptions.
Stainless
ZWSP48
ZWSP48D
ZWSP48D
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Design Information
Advance
planning
exterior
appearance
options
These refrigerators are designed to be customized with
decorator door and grille panels. Field installed custom
door and grille panels are required.
Factory installed trim accommodates 1/4" thick custom
panels, Lexan® or stainless steel panel kits.
Appearance options are accomplished through the
use of one or more trim kits. Kits must be ordered
separately.
Door and grille panel sizes vary to accommodate the kit
being used. Sizes are provided in this booklet.
Important: Maximum weight for fresh food panels is
50 pounds and 30 pounds for freezer door panels.
You should:
1. Select the appearance option.
2. Order the trim kit(s) for that option.
3. Order the custom door and grille panels from the
cabinet manufacturer. The exact dimension for each
trim kit application is provided in this booklet. Find
and pull out the page for your application and fax or
send it to the cabinet manufacturer. The cabinet
manufacturer must have this information to construct the panels accurately.
4. Determine the final installation situation and order
matching side panels.
DESIGN
INFORMATION
48" Built-In Refrigerator
3/4" thick custom panels–Without trim kits
A raised panel design, screwed or glued to a 1/4" thick
backing can be used. See pages 7 and 11 for panel
sizes and clearances.
Appearance
Examples
Trim kit
Descriptions
1/4" and 3/4" panels with
standard handles. No trim
kits required.
1/4" Custom panels with
custom handles. Trim Kit
ZKH1.
1/4" Custom panels with
Tubular Stainless Steel
handles. Trim Kit ZKHSS1.
3/4" Custom panels with
custom handles. Trim kits
ZKT48 & ZKHT1.
3/4" Custom panels with
Tubular Stainless Steel
handles. Trim Kits
ZKHTSS1, ZKT48 &
ZWCD2.
Door Handle Options
ZKH1 – Provides the necessary framework to install
custom handles, of your choice, onto 1/4" thick panels.
(Handles not included.)
Custom Panel Options
ZKT48 – Provides for the installation of 3/4" thick
trimless custom door and grille panels with the
standard (supplied) full length handle.
ZKHSS1 – Tubular stainless steel handles for 1/4" thick
panel installations.
Dispenser Options
ZWCD2 – Provides for the installation of a custom
collar trim on the dispenser and for one continuous
custom panel on the freezer door. This kit can be used
alone, or with all other kits.
ZKHT1 – Provides the necessary framework to install
custom handles, of your choice, onto 3/4" thick panels.
(Handles not included.) This kit must be used in
combination with ZKT48.
ZKHTSS1 – Tubular stainless steel handles for 3/4" thick
panel installations. This kit must be used in combination
with ZKT48.
Grille Panel Options
ZG2 – Provides 1/4" grille panel frame side pieces for
83", 83-1/2" and 84-1/2" installation heights. The supplied
grille panel frame is factory set for 84".
Note: ZG1 Grille Panel Kit is available for models
produced before January 1997. Panel sizes for
ZG1 and ZG2 are the same. The ZG1 kit can be
ordered from your Monogram dealer.
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Custom Panel Dimensions
CUSTOM PANEL
DIMENSIONS
48" Built-In Refrigerator
Side View
(not to scale)
24 3/4"
ZIS48N
(Non-dispenser)
Front View
(not to scale)
47" Case Width
48" Overall Width
12 1/4" max
10-3/4" min
84 1/2" max
83" min
72 1/4"
4"
*Finished Width
Wall View
(not to Scale)
7"
84 1/2" max
83-1/4" min
Finished
Opening
Locate Grounded
Electrical outlet
Within Solid
Area Above
5"
5"
20 3/8"
Locate Water
Supply Within
the Shaded
Area Below
74" From
Floor to
Bottom of
Electrical Area
5"
3 1/2"
3 1/2"
*48" Min. for a flush installation into an enclosure.
*47-1/2" Min. for a semi-flush installation into an enclosure.
Note: Additional cutout width may be required when side panels are
used. Add side panel thickness to the finished cutout to calculate
rough-in width. See installation examples on page 4.
Design Information
Cutout dimensions, clearances and side panel sizes are
determined by the many installation options available.
Side panels must be used whenever the sides of the
refrigerator will be exposed. Side panels are not required
when refrigerator is installed into an enclosure or
between pantry and oven cabinets. IMPORTANT–Side
panels, 1/2" minimum thickness, are required when using
FRAMELESS CABINETS.
• Field installed custom panels, Lexan or stainless steel
panels are required. The door panels and grille panel
sizes vary to accommodate the kit being used.
• A custom toekick can be installed to match or complement the surrounding cabinetry. Use the supplied
toekick as a template to cut out notches around hinges
and water lines.
Optional Kits:
• ZWBP48: Black Lexan Panel Kit (no trim kit required).
• ZWWP48: White Lexan Panel Kit (no trim kit required).
• ZWSP48: Stainless Steel Panel Kit (no trim kit required).
• ZKH1: For installation of a custom handle on 1/4" panels.
• ZKT48: For installation of 3/4" custom panels.
• ZKHT1: For installation of a custom handle on 3/4"
panels. (This kit must be used in combination with
ZKT48.)
• ZKHSS1: Tubular Stainless Steel handles on 1/4" panels.
• ZKHTSS1: Tubular Stainless Steel handles on 3/4"
panels. (This kit must be used in combination with
ZKT48.)
• ZG2: 1/4" grille panel frame side pieces for 83", 83-1/2"
and 84-1/2" installation heights. Factory set height is 84".
Additional Specifications
• A 115 volt 60 Hz., 15 or 20 amp power supply is required.
An individual properly grounded branch circuit or
circuit breaker is recommended. Install a properly
grounded 3-prong electrical receptacle recessed into
the back wall. Electrical must be located on rear wall.
• Water line can enter opening through the floor or back
wall. The water line should be 1/4" O.D. copper tubing
between the cold water line and water connection
location, long enough to extend to the front of the
refrigerator. Installation of an easily accessible shut off
valve in the water line is recommended.
Clearances
If the refrigerator is to be installed in a corner:
• A 4" min. clearance between the case trim and
adjacent wall on both sides of the refrigerator will
assure a 90° door opening and access to all drawers. A
10" clearance is required on both sides for removal
of pans.
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Custom Panel Dimensions
48" Built-In Refrigerator
Custom Door Panel Dimensions Using Standard Trim
Freezer Panel
Fresh Food Panel
67 7/8"
ZIS48N (non-dispenser)
Standard Trim with 1/4" Panels
• 1/4" Panels: Cut panels to size.
• Custom handles with 1/4" door panels require Trim Kit
ZKH1 (or ZKHSS1 for tubular-stainless steel handles).
Standard Trim with Panels secured to
1/4" thick backing
• Applying a raised panel design to a 1/4" thick backing
(screwed or glued): Cut 1/4" panels to size, fabricate the
raised panel to permit clearances of at least 2" from the
handle side for fingertip clearance of the standard
handle, 1-1/4" from the hinge side to avoid striking
adjacent cabinetry and 5/16" from the top and bottom
edges to allow for the trim flange then install.
• Countertops adjacent to refrigerator installation should
be mitered 45° degrees.
CUSTOM PANEL
DIMENSIONS
1/4" thick panels
or
Panels secured to 1/4" thick backing
Note: ZKHT1 custom handle kit cannot be used in this
configuration.
19 1/4"
Custom Grille Panel
27 1/4"
47"
Important: Maximum weight for fresh food panels is
50 pounds and 30 pounds for freezer door panels.
Appearance
Panel
1 1/4"
Clearance
hinge side
1/4" Thick Panel
The grille panel frame is factory assembled
for 84" installation height. If installation height
varies, order ZG2 trim kit which provides
optional side trim pieces. Cut grille panel to
sizes shown below.
Raised Panel on 1/4" Thick Backing
Using Standard Handles
1/4"
Thick
Backing
9"
2" Clearance
handle side
Installation Height
Panel Height
83"
8"
83-1/2"
8-1/2"
84-1/2"
9-1/2"
Important: Maintain 1-1/2" min. gap between
top of doors and bottom of panel frame.
Case Trim
Door
Handle
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Custom Panel Dimensions
48" Built-In Refrigerator
CUSTOM PANEL
DIMENSIONS
Custom Door Panel Dimensions
Using Trim Kit ZKT48
3/4" thick panel with standard handle
Freezer Panel
ZIS48N (non-dispenser)
• The ZKT48 trim kit provides for the installation of 3/4"
custom door and grille panels, using the standard fulllength handle. Cut panels to size and install.
Fresh Food Panel
67 15/16"
19 1/16"
27 1/16"
Important: Maximum weight for fresh food panels is
50 pounds and 30 pounds for freezer door panels.
Custom Grille Panel
47 1/2"
A
Over 1/4" Thick (3/4" max) Panel
Grille Panel height can vary to fill installation
height.
Installation Height
Dimension A
83"
8-1/4"
83-1/2"
8-3/4"
84"
9-1/4"
84-1/2"
9-3/4"
Important: Maintain 1-1/2" min. gap between
top of doors and bottom of grille panel.
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Custom Panel Dimensions
48" Built-In Refrigerator
Custom Door Panel Dimensions
Fresh Food Panel
Freezer Panel
ZIS48N (non-dispenser)
• ZKT48 and ZKHT1 installed together provides for the
installation of 3/4" custom door and grille panels,
using a custom handle, of your choice. Order
ZKHTSS1 for tubular stainless-steel handles. Cut
panels to size, rout the handle side of the panels as
shown below and install.
CUSTOM PANEL
DIMENSIONS
Using Trim Kits ZKT48
3/4" thick panel
with custom handle
Important: Maximum weight for fresh food panels is
50 pounds and 30 pounds for freezer door panels.
67 15/16"
19 5/16"
27 5/16"
Rout panels to specification below on
the handle side of each panel
1 13/16"
1 13/16"
1/4"
max
Freezer Door Face
Fresh Food Door Face
Custom Grille Panel
47 1/2"
A
Over 1/4" Thick (3/4" max) Panel
Grille Panel height can vary to fill installation
height.
Installation Height
Dimension A
83"
8-1/4"
83-1/2"
8-3/4"
84"
9-1/4"
84-1/2"
9-3/4"
Important: Maintain 1-1/2" min. gap between
top of doors and bottom of grille panel.
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Custom Panel Dimensions
CUSTOM PANEL
DIMENSIONS
48" Built-In Refrigerator
Side View
(not to scale)
24 3/4"
ZISW48D (white dispenser)
ZISB48D (black dispenser)
Front View
(not to scale)
47" Case Width
48" Overall Width
12 1/4" max
10-3/4" min
84 1/2" max
83" min
72 1/4"
4"
*Finished Width
Wall View
(not to Scale)
7"
84 1/2" max
83-1/4" min
Finished
Opening
Locate Grounded
Electrical outlet
Within Solid
Area Above
5"
5"
20 3/8"
Locate Water
Supply Within
the Shaded
Area Below
74" From
Floor to
Bottom of
Electrical Area
5"
3 1/2"
3 1/2"
*48" Min. for a flush installation into an enclosure.
*47-1/2" Min. for a semi-flush installation into an enclosure.
Note: Additional cutout width may be required when side panels are
used. Add side panel thickness to the finished cutout to calculate
rough-in width. See installation examples on page 4.
Design Information
Cutout dimensions, clearances and side panel sizes are
determined by the many installation options available. Side
panels must be used whenever the sides of the refrigerator
will be exposed. Side panels are not required when
refrigerator is installed into an enclosure or between pantry
and oven cabinets. IMPORTANT–Side panels, 1/2" min.
thick, are required for FRAMELESS CABINETS.
• Field installed custom panels, Lexan or stainless steel
panels are required. Custom door panels and grille panel
sizes vary to accommodate the kit being used.
• A custom toekick can be installed to match or complement the surrounding cabinetry. Use supplied toekick as
a template to cut notches for hinges and water lines.
Optional Kits:
• ZWBP48D: Black Lexan Panel Kit (no trim kit required).
• ZWWP48D: White Lexan Panel Kit (no trim kit required).
• ZWSP48D: Stainless Steel Panel Kit (no trim kit required).
• ZKH1: For installation of custom handles on 1/4" panels.
• ZKT48: For installation of 3/4" custom panels.
• ZKHT1: For installation of custom handles on 3/4" panels.
(This kit must be used in combination with ZKT48.)
• ZWCD2: For installation of a custom collar trim on the
dispenser for one continuous custom panel
on the freezer door.
• ZKHSS1: Tubular Stainless Steel handles on 1/4" panels.
• ZKHTSS1: Tubular Stainless Steel handles on 3/4" panels.
(This kit must be used in combination with ZKT48.)
• ZG2: 1/4" grille panel frame side pieces for 83", 83-1/2" and
84-1/2" installation heights. Factory set height is 84".
Additional Specifications
• A 115 volt 60 Hz., 15 or 20 amp power supply is required.
An individual properly grounded branch circuit or circuit
breaker is recommended. Install a properly grounded
3-prong electrical receptacle recessed into the back wall.
Electrical must be located on rear wall.
• Water line can enter opening through the floor or back
wall. The water line should be 1/4" O.D. copper tubing
between the cold water line and water connection
location, long enough to extend to the front of the
refrigerator. Installation of an easily accessible shut off
valve in the water line is recommended.
Clearances
If the refrigerator is to be installed in a corner:
• A 4" min. clearance between the case trim and adjacent
wall on both sides of the refrigerator will assure a 90°
door opening and access to all drawers. A 10" clearance
is required on both sides for removal of pans.
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Custom Panel Dimensions
48" Built-In Refrigerator
Custom Door Panel Dimensions Using Standard Trim
Freezer Panel
Standard
Dispenser
Freezer Panel
Custom
Dispenser
Fresh Food
Panel
17 11/16"
16 5/8"
3 9/16"
36 7/8"
19 1/4
Standard Trim with 1/4" Panels
• 1/4" Panels: Cut panels to size.
• Custom handles with 1/4" door panels require Trim Kit
ZKH1. When using ZKH1 with the standard dispenser
trim, the length of the custom handle, top to bottom
cannot exceed 11-3/4".
• Tubular stainless steel handle kit, ZKHSS1.
• Custom collar dispenser trim with 1/4" door panels
require trim kit ZWCD2.
Standard Trim with Panels secured to
1/4" thick backing
• Applying a raised panel design to a 1/4" thick backing
(screwed or glued): Cut 1/4" panels to size, fabricate
the raised panel to permit clearances of at least 2"
from the handle side for fingertip clearance of the
standard handle, 1-1/4" from the hinge side to avoid
striking adjacent cabinetry and 5/16" from the top and
bottom edges to allow for the trim flange, then install.
• Countertops adjacent to refrigerator installation
should be mitered 45° degrees.
67 7/8"
19 1/4"
ZISW48D (white dispenser)
ZISB48D (black dispenser)
CUSTOM PANEL
DIMENSIONS
1/4" thick panels
or
Panels secured to 1/4" thick backing
27 1/4"
Note: ZWCD2 custom collar dispenser trim and
ZKHT1 custom handle kits cannot be used in this
configuration.
Important: Maximum weight for fresh food panels is
50 pounds and 30 pounds for freezer door panels.
Custom Grille Panel
47"
9"
1/4" Thick Panel
Raised Panel on 1/4" Thick Backing
Using Standard Handles
1/4"
Thick
Backing
The grille panel frame is factory assembled
for 84" installation height. If installation height
varies, order ZG2 trim kit for optional side trim
pieces. Cut grille panel to sizes shown below.
Appearance
Panel
1 1/4"
Clearance
hinge side
2" Clearance
handle side
Installation Height
Panel Height
83"
8"
83-1/2"
8-1/2"
84-1/2"
9-1/2"
Important: Maintain 1-1/2" min. gap between
top of doors and bottom of panel frame.
Case Trim
Custom Dispenser Cutout
12 1/16"
Door
Handle
12 5/16"
The Cutout is 12 1/16" wide
by 12 5/16" high.
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Custom Panel Dimensions
48" Built-In Refrigerator
Custom Door Panel Dimensions
CUSTOM PANEL
DIMENSIONS
Using Trim Kit ZKT48
3/4" thick panel with standard handle
and/or ZWCD2 custom collar trim
Freezer Panel
Standard
Dispenser
Freezer Panel
Custom
Dispenser
Fresh Food
Panel
17 11/16"
16 11/16"
67 15/16"
3 5/16"
ZISW48D (white dispenser)
ZISB48D (black dispenser)
• The ZKT48 trim kit provides for the installation of 3/4"
custom door and grille panels, using the standard fulllength handle. Cut panels to size and install.
• For standard dispenser trim: Cut panels to size, rout the
bottom of the upper freezer panel and the top of the
lower freezer panel to allow placement of support
brackets and install (see detail A).
• For custom dispenser trim ZWCD2 kit must be used: Cut
panels to size, refer to detail B for dispenser cutout
routing instructions and install. When a raised panel
design is used, a custom middle rail is required. A
14-1/2" wide middle rail must be used because the
custom collar trim must be located within the raised
portion of the panel. This area must be 3/4" thick. See
detail C for raised panel design requirements.
Custom Grille Panel
37"
47 1/2"
A
19 1/16"
19-1/16"
27 1/16"
Important: Maximum weight for fresh food panels is
50 pounds and 30 pounds for freezer door panels.
Detail A
Upper
Freezer
Panel
Detail B Custom
Dispenser Cutout
Over 1/4" Thick (3/4" max) Panel
Grille Panel height can vary to fill installation
height.
Installation Height
Dimension A
83"
8-1/4"
83-1/2"
8-3/4"
84"
9-1/4"
84-1/2"
9-3/4"
Important: Maintain 1-1/2" min. gap between
top of doors and bottom of grille panel.
1"
12 1/16"
3/32"
1"
12 5/16"
7/8"
Wide
Rout
Detail C
Raised Panel Design
Panel
Face
Lower
Freezer
Panel
The Cutout is 12 1/16" wide
by 12 5/16" high. 3/4" panels
must be routed on all four
sides of the cutout. Rout
the back side of the panel
1/4" deep. 7/8" wide
(shaded area).
A
Hole is Cut
After Door
Fabrication
14 1/2"
Wide
Middle
Rail
A
Handle
Side
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Custom Panel Dimensions
48" Built-In Refrigerator
ZISW48D (white dispenser)
ZISB48D (black dispenser)
Custom Door Panel Dimensions
Freezer Panel
Standard
Dispenser
Freezer Panel
Custom
Dispenser
Fresh Food
Panel
17 11/16"
16 11/16"
67 15/16"
3 9/16"
37"
19 5/16"
19 5/16"
27 5/16"
Important: Maximum weight for fresh food panels is
50 pounds and 30 pounds for freezer door panels.
Detail A
Upper
Freezer
Panel
• ZKT48 and ZKHT1 installed together provides for the
installation of 3/4" custom door and grille panels, using
a custom handle of your choice. Cut panels to size, rout
the handle side of the panels as shown below and install
(see detail B).
• For ZKHTSS1 tubular stainless steel handle kit, cut panels
to size and rout the handle side of the panels as shown in
detail B.
• For standard dispenser trim: Cut panels to size, rout the
handle side of the panels as shown in detail B, rout the
bottom of the upper freezer panel and the top of the lower
freezer panel to allow placement of support brackets (see
detail A) and install.
• For custom dispenser trim ZWCD2 kit must be used: Cut
panels to size, refer to detail C for dispenser cutout
routing instructions. When a raised panel design is used,
a custom middle rail is required. A 14-1/2" wide middle rail
must be used because the custom collar trim must be
located within the raised portion of the panel. This area
must be 3/4" thick. See detail D for raised panel design
requirements.
• When using the standard full-width dispenser trim, the
length of the custom handle, top to bottom cannot exceed
11-3/4". Locate the handle a minimum of 3/4" and a
maximum of 1-1/2" from the edge of the panel. There are
no length restrictions on handles for models using a
custom collar dispenser trim (ZWCD2).
Custom Grille Panel
47 1/2"
Detail B
Rout panels to specification below on
the handle side of each panel
1 13/16"
Over 1/4" Thick (3/4" max) Panel
Grille Panel height can vary to fill installation
height.
3/32"
1"
A
1 13/16"
1"
Freezer Door Face
1/4"
max
Fresh Food Door Face
Panel
Face
Lower
Freezer
Panel
CUSTOM PANEL
DIMENSIONS
Using Trim Kit ZKT48
3/4" thick panel with custom handle
and/or ZWCD2 custom collar trim
Installation Height
83"
83-1/2"
84"
84-1/2"
Dimension A
8-1/4"
8-3/4"
9-1/4"
9-3/4"
Important: Maintain 1-1/2" min. gap between
top of doors and bottom of grille panel.
Detail C Custom
Dispenser Cutout
Detail D
Raised Panel Design
12 1/16"
12 5/16"
7/8"
Wide
Rout
The Cutout is 12 1/16" wide
by 12 5/16" high. 3/4" panels
must be routed on all four
sides of the cutout. Rout
the back side of the panel
1/4" deep. 7/8" wide
(shaded area).
A
A
Hole is Cut
After Door
Fabrication
14 1/2"
Wide
Middle
Rail
Handle
Side
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Custom Panel Dimensions
48" Built-In Refrigerator
CUSTOM PANEL
DIMENSIONS
Side Panel or Filler Options
(not to scale)
For All Monogram Built-In Refrigerators
Side panels must be used whenever the sides of the refrigerator
will be exposed.
23 9/16"
1/4" Side Panels
Insert end of
side panel into trim.
24 3/4"
1/2" to 3/4" Side Panels
Leading Edge
Flush with Cabinet
Front. The front or
leading edge, must be
finished to match
cabinetry.
84"
84"
Trim
3 3/4"
2 9/16"
Standard 4" high toekick or trim to fit.
Height may vary depending on application.
Standard 4" high toekick or trim to fit.
Height may vary depending on application.
23 5/16"
1/2" to 3/4" Side Panels
Recessed front edge.
84"
2 5/16"
Standard 4" high toekick or trim to fit.
Height may vary depending on application.
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Installation
48" Built-In Refrigerator
• Drill and appropriate
bits
• 7/16" socket with 3"
extension for ratchet
• Safety glasses
• Tinsnips to cut banding
• Stepladder
• Bucket
• Level
• Appliance Hand Truck
• Tubing cutter
• 7/16" open-end wrench
• #2 Phillips screwdriver
• Stubby Phillips
screwdriver
Hardware
Supplied
• 1-1/2" stamped open-end
wrench
• Special velcro adhesive
strips for 1/4" side
panels
• 1/4-1/4 union with nuts
• 1/4" panel foam spacers
Materials
Required
• Water shut-off valve (optional but recommended)
• Water filter WR97X0214 (optional but recommended)
• Custom panels for fresh food, freezer compartments,
grille panel
• Side panels
• Hardware for side panel installation.
• 48" long 2x4 for Anti-Tip support
Flooring
For proper installation, this refrigerator must be placed
on a level surface of hard material that is at the same
height as the rest of the flooring. This surface should be
strong enough to support a fully loaded refrigerator.
NOTE: Protect the finish of the flooring. Cut a large
section of the cardboard carton and place under the
refrigerator where you are working.
Grounding
the
Refrigerator
IMPORTANT - (Please read carefully)
FOR PERSONAL SAFETY, THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE
PROPERLY GROUNDED.
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 electric shock hazard from
this appliance.
Have the wall outlet and circuit checked by a qualified
electrician to make sure the outlet is properly
grounded.
Where a standard 2-prong wall outlet is encountered, it
is your personal responsibility and obligation to have it
replaced with a properly grounded 3-prong wall outlet.
DO NOT, UNDER ANY
CIRCUMSTANCES, CUT
OR REMOVE THE THIRD
(GROUND) PRONG
FROM THE POWER CORD.
Use of Adapter plug
Because of potential hazards under certain conditions,
we strongly recommend against use of an adapter plug.
However, if you still elect to use an adapter, where
local codes permit, a TEMPORARY CONNECTION, may
be made to a properly grounded 2-prong wall outlet by
use of a UL listed adapter available at most hardware
stores.
The larger slot in the adapter must be aligned with the
larger slot in the wall outlet to provide proper polarity in
the connection of the power cord.
PRODUCT
INSTALLATION
Tools
Required
CAUTION
Attaching the adapter ground terminal to a wall
outlet cover screw does not ground the appliance
unless the cover screw is metal, and not insulated,
and the wall outlet is grounded through the house
wiring. You should have the circuit checked by a
qualified electrician to make sure the outlet is
properly grounded.
When disconnecting the power cord from the adapter,
always hold the adapter in place with one hand and
pulling the power cord with the other hand. If this is not
done, the adapter ground terminal is very likely to break
with repeated use.
Should the adapter ground terminal break, DO NOT USE
the appliance until a proper ground has again been
established.
Use of Extension Cords
Because of potential safety hazards under certain
conditions, we strongly recommend against the use of
an extension cord. However, if you still elect to use an
extension cord, it is absolutely necessary that it be a UL
listed 3-wire grounding type appliance extension cord
having a grounding type plug and outlet and that the
electrical rating of the cord be 15 amperes (minimum)
and 120 volts.
PRUDENCE
FICHE D’ADAPTATION
(Fiches d’adaptation non permises au Canada)
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Installation
48" Built-In Refrigerator
Step 1
Remove
Packaging
CAUTION
Refrigerator is much heavier at the top than at the
bottom – be careful when moving. When using a
hand truck, handle from side only.
PRUDENCE
PRODUCT
INSTALLATION
Le réfrigérateur est beaucoup plus lourd en haut
qu'en bas. Il faut être prudent lors des
déplacements. Si un diable est utilisé, il faut
soulever le réfrigérateur sur le côté seulement.
• Remove outer carton.
– Carefully cut banding at the top and bottom.
• Slide out back corner posts (2).
• Slide carton off top of cabinet.
• Remove grille panel assembly from front of
refrigerator, set aside for later installation.
NOTE: IT IS NOT NECESSARY TO LAY CABINET DOWN
IN ORDER TO REMOVE SKID!
• To remove skid, remove the four 7/16" bolts and their
brackets.
CAUTION
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO ROLL UNIT OFF SKID.
PRUDENCE
IL NE FAUT PAS ESSAYER DE FAIRE ROULER LE
RÉFRIGÉRATEUR POUR L'ENLEVER DE LAY PALETTE.
Step 2
Install
Water Line
• A cold water supply is required for automatic icemaker
operation. The water pressure must be between 20 and
120 p.s.i.
• Route 1/4" OD copper tubing between house cold water
line and the water connection location.
• Copper tubing should be long enough to extend to the
front of the refrigerator. Allow enough to accommodate
bend leading into the water valve.
Shut off the main water supply.
Turn on the nearest faucet long enough to clear the line
of water.
• Install a shut-off valve between the icemaker water
valve and cold water pipe in a basement or cabinet.
The shut-off valve should be located where it will be
easily accessible.
NOTE: It is best to install the valve into a vertical water
pipe. If you install the valve into a horizontal water pipe,
make the connection at the top or side, rather than at
the bottom, to avoid drawing off any sediment from the
water pipe.
• Drill a 1/4" hole in the water pipe.
• Fasten the shut-off valve to the pipe with pipe clamp.
• Tighten the clamp screws until the sealing washer
begins to swell. Do not over tighten.
• Place a compression nut and ferrule (sleeve) onto the
end of the tubing and connect it to the shut-off valve.
Make sure the tubing is fully inserted into the valve and
ferrule is tightened.
• Turn on the main water supply and flush debris from
the line. Run about a quart of water through the tubing
into a bucket. Shut off water supply at the shut-off
valve.
7/16" Bolt
• There are support blocks on the bottom of the cabinet
and door. They must be removed before sliding unit
off the skid or damage will occur.
• Carefully, tilt cabinet and slide blocks out from
beneath cabinet, slide unit off skid.
• Remove toekick from fresh food compartment and
set aside for later installation.
Floor
Copper Tubing
Saddle Type
Shutoff Valve
Packing Nut
Washer
Inlet End
Pipe Clamp
Compression Nut
Outlet Valve
Ferrule
(Sleeve)
NOTE: Saddle type shut-off valves are included in
many water supply kits. Before purchasing, make sure
a saddle type valve complies with your local plumbing
codes.
• Install optional water filter in the water line near the
refrigerator. A water filter is recommended in areas
where water supply contains sand or particles.
Installation instructions are packed with the filter. 16
Installation
48" Built-In Refrigerator
Step 3
Install
Side Panels
• If you choose to use 1/4" side panels, they should be
inserted into the case trim as illustrated. Fasten the
panels to the refrigerator with Velcro strips (provided)
before setting refrigerator in place. See illustration A.
• 1/2" to 3/4" side panels are normally set into place and
fastened to adjacent cabinetry or the back wall before
rolling the refrigerator into the opening. See illustrations B and C.
Illustration A
Illustration B
Refrigerator
Cabinet
Side
Panel
Refrigerator
Cabinet
Refrigerator door
Refrigerator door
1/4" Side Panels – Insert End Of Side Panel Into Case Trim. Fasten
WIth Velcro Strips provided.
PRODUCT
INSTALLATION
• Side panels are not required when the refrigerator is
installed into an enclosure. Skip this step if you are
installing in an enclosure.
• Side panels are required whenever the sides of the
refrigerator will be exposed and when installed
between frameless cabinets. See pages 3 and 4.
• Side panel installation will be determined by the
design of the side panel you have previously chosen.
• Side panels must be installed plumb.
1/2" to 3/4" Side Panels – Leading Edge Of Side Panel Is Flush
With Cabinet front. Fasten To The Back Wall Using A Cleat.
Illustration C
Refrigerator
Cabinet
Refrigerator door
Cabinet
1/2" to 3/4" Side Panels – Recessed Front Edge of Side Panel.
Fasten To Adjacent Cabinet.
Step 4
Roll Refrigerator
Into Opening
• Gently push refrigerator into opening with hands
against front corners. The cardboard protective pad
should be beneath the refrigerator.
• Roll refrigerator into the opening until it is flush with
adjacent cabinets.
Step 5
Level
Refrigerator
All models have 4-point leveling. The front is supported
by leveling legs, the rear is supported by wheels.
• To level the back of the refrigerator, turn the 7/16" hex
nut located above the front wheels. Turn to raise or
lower the refrigerator.
• For front leveling, use the 1-1/2" open-end wrench
(provided).
• Adjust carefully, the refrigerator should be level and
plumb with cabinetry, and should align with toekick
height.
Hex Nut Adjusts
Rear Wheels
Leveling Leg
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Installation
48" Built-In Refrigerator
Step 6
Install 1/4"
door panels
If you are using 3/4" thick custom panels, SKIP THIS
STEP. See Custom Panel Dimensions pages for panel
sizes with ZKT48 trim kit and other kits. Refer to trim kit
installation instructions in this booklet.
PRODUCT
INSTALLATION
If you are using the custom collar dispenser trim, order
ZWCD2 trim kit.
To install 1/4" door panels:
• Carefully remove the Phillips head screws from the
door handle top endcaps, if present.
• Open door to 90° stop. Remove the Phillips head
screws from the aluminum trim door handles. Retain
all screws.
• Attach 2" x 2" adhesive
backed foam pads to the
door. These fillers are
shipped with literature
package in snack pan.
• Slide panel into the door
trim.
• Replace door handles
and secure with original
screws.
• Again, check to be sure
unit is level and that
panels align with
cabinetry. Doors will not
close properly if unit is
not level.
• Check for noises caused
by incomplete alignment
(rubbing of panels, trim
or screws).
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Installation
48" Built-In Refrigerator
Step 7
OPTION 1
Secure
refrigerator
at the top
WARNING
Soffit
Block
ANTI-TIP PRECAUTIONS
The refrigerator is heavy at the top and must be
secured to prevent the possibility of tipping forward.
ATTENTION
PRODUCT
INSTALLATION
PRECAUTIONS CONTRE LES BASCULEMENTS
Le réfrigérateur est beaucoup plus lourd en haut et
il faut le maintenir en place pour éviter la possibilité
de son basculement vers l'avant.
To prevent the refrigerator from tipping over, you must:
• Install a wood block, the full width of the refrigerator.
Secure the block with wood screws penetrating at
least 3/4" into wall studs.
OPTION 2
Secure
refrigerator
at the sides
When using 1/2" to 3/4" side panels, the front flange of
the case trim is attached to the side panel.
• Open freezer door to access case trim.
• Drill hole in case trim slightly below top hinge. Drive
screw through the trim and into the side panel.
• Follow the same procedure on the fresh food side.
Side View
Side View
Top View
Side
Panel
Refrigerator Cabinet
Refrigerator
Door
OR
If refrigerator is installed between cabinets with no side
panels or in a custom enclosure, install a spacer block
as shown.
• Open freezer door to access case trim.
• Drill hole in case trim slightly below top hinge. Drive
screw through the trim and into the spacer block.
• Follow the same procedure for fresh food side.
Spacer
Block
Refrigerator Cabinet
Top View
Refrigerator Door
Spacer
Block
Step 8
Connect
Water
Supply
Check to be sure that refrigerator power cord is not
plugged into the wall outlet.
• Locate and bring copper tubing to the front of the
cabinet.
• Turn the water on to flush debris from line, run about
a quart of water through tubing into a bucket, then
shut-off water.
• Slip a 1/4-1/4 union nut (provided) over both ends of
the copper tubing at the right front leg of then
refrigerator and couple the lines.
• Turn on the water to check for leaks.
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Installation
PRODUCT
INSTALLATION
48" Built-In Refrigerator
Step 9
Connect
power
• Connect refrigerator power cord plug to properly
grounded receptacle, accessible through the top right
side of the grille opening.
• Check to make sure power to refrigerator is on by
opening refrigerator door to see if interior lights are
on.
Step 10
Mount
Top Grille
Panel
If you are using 3/4" thick custom panels, SKIP THIS
STEP. See Custom Panel Dimensions for grille panel
sizes. Order ZKT48 kit and follow the installation
instructions packed with the kit.
Screws
Top
Case
Trim
The grille panel frame is factory assembled for an 84"
installation height. If installation height varies, order
ZG2 trim kit which provides optional side trim pieces.
Raise To
Installation
Height
Cut 1/4" thick custom panel to fit the frame,
47" wide, 9" deep.
To insert decorative grille panel into the frame:
• Remove screws (2 on each top corner) and “L”
brackets on each side.
• Slide panel into the frame and reassemble.
• Mount the grille panel by dropping into slots on the
case trim.
For shipping purposes, the top case trim is secured at
84" installation height and must be adjusted.
To raise or lower case trim to other installation
heights:
• Loosen 2 screws on both sides and raise the top case
trim to meet soffit height or to the top of adjacent
cabinets.
• Tighten all 4 screws.
1-1/2"
min.
gap
If installation height is more or less than 84”, order ZG2
optional grille panel kit which accommodates 83",
83-1/2" and 84-1/2" heights. See installation instructions
page 26.
Important: Maintain 1-1/2" min. gap between top of doors and
bottom of panel frame.
Step 11
Install
Toekick
• A standard toekick is supplied. Install with 2 screws
provided, adjust to desired height and tighten screws.
• A custom toekick can be installed to match or
complement the surrounding cabinetry.
– If a custom toekick is to be installed, use the
supplied toekick as a template to cut out notches
around hinges and waterline tubing.
• For 1/2" to 3/4" thick custom toekicks, additional
material should be removed and cut away. This will
allow the water and electrical umbilical tube to rotate
smoothly when the door is fully opened.
Standard Toekick (Packed with Product)
3-1/4"
1/4" Thick Custom Toekick
1/2" to 3/4" Thick Custom Toekick Remove Additional Material
4-1/16"
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ZKH1 Trim Kit (For 1/4" Panels)
Support for Custom Handles
These instructions are divided into 2 options:
Option 1—For non-dispenser and dispenser models
using custom collar trim.
Option 2—For dispenser model using the standard
full-width trim.
Tools and materials
required:
•#2 Phillips screwdriver
•Drill and appropriate bits
•Custom door panels
•Custom handles
•Safety glasses
Kit
contents
ZKH1
INSTALLATION
Parts List:
A. Fresh food door
extrusion
B. Freezer door
extrusion for nondispenser model and
dispenser model
using custom collar.
(Option 1)
C. Freezer door
extrusion for
dispenser model
using full-width trim.
(Option 2)
D. Handle bracket for
dispenser model using
full-width trim.
(Option 2)
This kit provides the necessary framework to install
custom handles, of your choice, onto 1/4" thick decorator door panels. (Handles not included.) The door
extrusions and bracket allow custom handles to be
secured to the door structure, rather than the door
panels. This kit contains all the necessary parts for
OPTION 1
For non-dispenser
model or dispenser
model using custom
collar trim
dispenser and non-dispenser models. Follow the
instructions for Option 1 when applying custom handles
to a non-dispenser model or dispenser model using
custom collar trim. Follow instructions in Option 2 for
a dispenser model using the standard full-width
dispenser trim.
• Carefully remove the Phillips head screws from the
door handle top endcaps, if present
.
• Open doors to 90°. Remove the screws from the
full-length aluminum handles of both doors.
• Retain screws, discard handles and endcaps.
Step 1
Remove
handles
Note: If a custom collar is to
be used, order ZWCD2 Trim Kit.
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ZKH1 Trim Kit (For 1/4" Panels)
Support for Custom Handles
Option 1 Installation
Step 2
Locate position
of handles
ZKH1
INSTALLATION
Door Extrusion
3/4" Min.
1-1/2" Max.
Note: Handle must be located
3/4" to 1-1/2" from edge of
extrusion.
• Again, with both doors closed, check the location of
• Slide custom panels into fresh food and freezer door
the centerlines to be sure they are parallel to the edge
frames.
of the door, and level with opposite door.
• Temporarily secure the new door extrusions to the
• Drill 1/16" pilot hole through the panel until it starts into
doors. Use at least 2 screws on each door.
• The handles must be located 3/4" to 1-1/2" from the edge the aluminum extrusion. This will mark the matching
location for drilling the clearance hole when assemof the extrusion.
bling the handle, panel and extrusion.
• Determine the desired location of the custom handles
and carefully mark centerlines of the screw holes.
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ZKH1 Trim Kit (For 1/4" Panels)
Support for Custom Handles
Option 1 Installation
Step 3
Assemble panel,
extrusion and
handle
Screw
Extrusion
Decorator
Door
Panel
Decorator
Door Panel
Handle
3/4" Min.
1-1/2" Max.
ZKH1
INSTALLATION
Door Handle
• Remove the door extrusions and door panels.
• Drill 1/16" pilot hole through extrusion.
• Drill clearance holes through the panel and extrusion.
• Assemble the door panel, extrusion and custom
handle.
• Install screw(s) long enough to pass through the
extrusion, door panel and into the handle.
• Slide the assembly into the door frame until the new
extrusion fits firmly against the steel door.
• Re-install original screws into the door extrusion.
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ZKH1 Trim Kit (For 1/4" Panels)
Support for Custom Handles
OPTION 2
For dispenser model
using full-width
trim
ZKH1
INSTALLATION
Step 1
Remove handles
Step 2
Remove trim
• Carefully remove the Phillips head screws from the
door handle endcaps, top and bottom.
• Open door to 90°. Remove the screws from the
full-length aluminum handle of the freezer door.
• Retain screws, discard handle and endcaps.
Remove door panel trim above and below dispenser.
Lift off dispenser trim. Retain screws and trim.
Remove
Trim
Remove
Dispenser Trim
Step 3
Locate
position
of handle
• Position the handle bracket onto the steel door by
matching existing screw holes on the door and
bracket. Temporary secure with screws.
• Re-install dispenser trim, temporarily.
• Determine the desired location of the custom handle
and carefully mark centerlines of the screw holes.
• Drill 1/16" pilot hole
through the trim until it
starts into the handle
bracket. This will mark
the matching location for
drilling a clearance hole
when assembling the
handle, bracket and
dispenser trim.
• Remove dispenser trim
and bracket.
Temporarily
Secure
Handle
Bracket
With
Screws
Temporarily
Secure
Dispenser
Trim
With
Screws
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ZKH1 Trim Kit (For 1/4" Panels)
Support for Custom Handles
Option 2 Installation
Step 4
Install
custom handle
• Drill clearance holes through the handle bracket and
the dispenser trim.
• Install screw(s) long enough to pass through the
handle bracket, dispenser trim and into the
custom handle.
Dispenser Trim
Handle Bracket
ZKH1
INSTALLATION
Handle Bracket
Note: The custom handle must
be installed against the handle
bracket. The custom handle
cannot exceed 11-3/4" length.
Dispenser Trim
Custom Handle
Step 5
Mount
assembled
dispenser trim
• Mount assembled dispenser trim with handle onto
the door.
• Drive 2 screws through the top and bottom of the
handle bracket into the steel door.
• Re-install 3 screws at top and bottom of
dispenser trim.
Important: The handle
bracket must be secured to the
steel door. If it is not secured
properly, the dispenser trim will
pull away from the door.
Step 6
Install
custom handle
extrusion
Secure
Assembled
Dispenser
Trim
With
Screws
Secure
Handle
Bracket
With
Screws
• Slide decorator panels into the trim, top and bottom.
• Slide freezer door extrusion in between panels and
steel door. Secure with screws.
• To install fresh food handle follow the same procedure
as shown in Option 1.
Freezer
Handle Side
Extrusion
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ZG2 Trim Kit
Grille Panel Frame Adjustment
FOR 83", 83-1/2"
AND 84-1/2"
INSTALLATION
HEIGHTS
• This kit provides optional side trim pieces for the
original grille frame to fit 83", 83-1/2" or 84-1/2"
installation heights.
To change grille panel size:
• Determine the installation height by measuring the
enclosure from the floor to the underside of soffit.
When there is no soffit, measure to the top of
adjacent cabinets.
• Adjust refrigerator case trim to desired height. See
Product Installation.
• Select the side trim pieces for your installation height.
ZG2
INSTALLATION
Installation
Height
83"
83-1/2"
84-1/2”
Panel
Width
47"
47"
47"
Barrel
Nuts
Side Trim
Lengths
8-1/4"
8-3/4"
9-3/4"
Panel
Height
8"
8-1/2"
9-1/2"
E. Mount the assembled panel by dropping into slots
on the case trim.
1-1/2"
min.
gap
Discard
Side Trim
Pieces
A. Locate original grille panel frame supplied with the
refrigerator.
• Remove 8 screws (two on each corner) as
illustrated. Discard original side trim pieces.
B. Select correct size of side trim pieces (3 sets
provided).
• Secure new side trim pieces to original bottom trim.
Important: Maintain 1-1/2" min. gap between top of doors and
bottom of grille panel.
Note: ZG1 Grille Panel Kit is available for models
produced before January 1997. Panel sizes for ZG1 and
ZG2 are the same. The ZG1 kit can be ordered from your
Monogram dealer.
C. Remove barrel nuts from original side trim pieces (2
each side).
• Re-install the barrel nuts on the new side trim pieces
you have selected.
D. Slide custom panel into front slots.
• Secure the top trim piece to the frame with “L”
brackets and screws.
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ZKT48 Trim Kit
3/4" Custom Panels
Tools and materials
required:
•#2 Phillips screwdriver
•Stubby Phillips screwdriver
•Drill and appropriate bits
•Safety glasses
•Custom panels
Kit
contents
Parts List:
Freezer Door
A. Top trim
B. Side trim
C. Bottom trim
These instructions are divided into 2 options:
Option 1—For non-dispenser and dispenser models
using custom collar trim.
Option 2—For dispenser model using the standard
full-width trim.
A
B
C
Fresh Food Door
D. Top trim
E. Side trim
F. Bottom trim
G. Panel support
D
E
brackets (4)
H. 4-3/8" screws for
support brackets (20)
I. Grille support panel
and screws
ZKT48–8 screws
F
G
H
J
ZKT48
INSTALLATION
J. Wood screws #6 1/2"
flat-head screws
ZKT48–30 screws
I
This kit provides for the installation of 3/4" custom door
and grille panels, using the standard full length handle.
This kit contains all the necessary parts to apply 3/4"
panels on dispenser and non-dispenser models. Follow
the instructions for Option 1 when applying custom
panels to a non-dispenser model or dispenser model
using custom collar trim. Follow instructions in Option 2
for a dispenser model using the standard full-width
dispenser trim.
Note: If you are using custom
handles, see ZKHT1 Installation
Instructions. For tubular
stainless steel handles, see
ZKHTSS1 Installation
Instructions.
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ZKT48 Trim Kit
3/4" Custom Panels
OPTION 1
For non-dispenser
model
or dispenser model
using custom
collar trim
Step 1
Remove
handles & trim
• Carefully remove the Phillips head screws from the
door handle top endcaps.
• Open door to 90°.
• Remove the Phillips head screws from the full-length
handles.
• Open the doors fully to stop.
• Remove the screws from the aluminum trim, top,
bottom and hinge side.
• Retain screws and endcaps. Discard original trim.
Note: If a custom collar is to
be used, order ZWCD2 trim kit.
If a custom handle is to be used,
order ZKHT1 trim kit.
trim piece is removed, an
aluminum shim secured to the
bottom of the door can be seen.
Do not attempt to remove this
piece.
• Attach the new 3/4" trim pieces on the top, hinge side
and bottom using original screws.
ZKT48
INSTALLATION
Step 2
Install
3/4" trim
Important: When the bottom
48" Models
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ZKT48 Trim Kit
3/4" Custom Panels
Option 1 Installation
Step 3
Apply panel
support brackets
Back Side Door Panel
Dimension A
ZKT48–8-3/4"
Hinge
Sde
Support Bracket
Support Bracket
Dimension B
ZKT48–11-7/8"
Bottom Edge
Bottom Edge
A
Freezer Panels
• Position support bracket on freezer panel,
dimension A, from the hinge side edge.
• Position support bracket on fresh food panel,
dimension B, from the hinge side edge.
B
Fresh Food Panel
• Secure support brackets to the bottom of the panels
with #4 screws provided. Align the brackets flush with
the bottom of the panels, with tabs protruding below.
• Bracket location measured from the hinge side, is the
same for panels with custom handles or standard
handles.
Step 4
Install panels
ZKT48
INSTALLATION
ZKT48 – Install 19 screws
• Place the 3/4" panel on the bottom trim with support
bracket tabs inserted into slots. Push the panel back
against the steel door, making sure panel is flush to
hinge side trim.
• Carefully drill starter holes in panel using a small
drill bit.
• Attach the panel to the top and hinge side by installing
screws from the back of the trim through the wood
panel.
• Follow the same procedure to install fresh food
door panel.
• Re-install door handles with original screws.
• Re-install endcaps, top and bottom.
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ZKT48 Trim Kit
3/4" Custom Panels
Option 1 Installation
Step 5
Adjust
grille panel
height
The refrigerator is shipped with the top case trim
secured at the 83" refrigerator height.
• Loosen 2 screws on both sides and raise the top case
trim to meet soffit height, from 83" to 84-1/2".
• Tighten all 4 screws.
Screws
Top
Case
Trim
Important: Maintain 1-1/2" min. gap between top of doors and
bottom of grille panel.
Step 6
Secure 3/4"
panel to
grille panel
support
Raise To
Installation
Height
• Secure the new grille panel support to the back side
of the 3/4" panel with #6 screws.
• Be sure the lip on the support panel is over the top of
the wood panel.
ZKT48
INSTALLATION
Panel Support
Overlaps Top
Step 7
Install
grille panel
1/16"
Back View
Grille Panel Support
• Install four of the six larger under cut screws such
that the top of the screws are 1/16" from the surface of
the support.
• Attach the assembled panel to the grille frame by
inserting the four protruding screws into brackets
located on each side of the grille frame.
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ZKT48 Trim Kit
3/4" Custom Panels
OPTION 2
For dispenser
model using
full-width
trim
Step 1
Remove
handles & trim
• Carefully remove the Phillips head screws from the
freezer door handle endcap, if present.
• Open freezer door to 90°.
• Remove the Phillips head screws from the full-length
handles.
• Open door fully to stop.
• Remove screws from the aluminum trim, top, bottom
and hinge side.
• Remove the trim above and below the dispenser.
• Retain screws and full-length handles. Discard
original trim.
• Attach the new 3/4" trim pieces at the top and hinge
side using original screws.
Step 3
Install panel
support brackets
• Position and mark the location for the support
brackets on the back side of the panels. Align all
brackets flush with the end of the panels, with tabs
protruding over the edge.
• On the bottom of the upper panel, measure
dimension A from the hinge side.
• On the bottom of the lower panel, measure
dimension B from the hinge side.
• On the top of the lower panel, measure dimension C
from the hinge side.
• Secure all brackets with #4 screws provided.
ZKT48
INSTALLATION
Step 2
Install
3/4" trim
Dimension A
ZKT48–6"
Dimension B
ZKT48–8-3/4"
C
Back Side
of Freezer
Panels
Hinge
Side
Upper
Panel
A
Dimension C
ZKT48–6"
Lower
Panel
B
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ZKT48 Trim Kit
3/4" Custom Panels
Step 4
Install
panels
ZKT48
INSTALLATION
• Install the lower panel by slipping tabs into the slots
on the underside of the dispenser trim.
• Hold in position while fitting new bottom trim against
the bottom of the door. Tabs should protrude through
the bottom trim.
• Install screws up through the bottom trim using
stubby Phillips screwdriver.
• Open door and install screws through the back side of
the trim and into the panel at the hinge side.
Step 5
Install
handles
• Place the upper panel onto the top of the dispenser
with tabs inserted into the slots.
• Push the panel back against the steel door.
• Open door and install screws through the back of the
trim and into the panel, at the top and hinge side.
• Install door handle using original screws.
• Re-install top endcaps, if present.
• Install panel on fresh food door using the same
procedure as in Option 1.
• Install grille panel using the same procedure as in
Option 1.
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ZKHT1 Trim Kit (For 3/4" Panels)
Support for Custom Handles
These instructions are divided into 2 options:
Option 1—For non-dispenser and dispenser models
using custom collar trim.
Option 2—For dispenser model using the standard
full-width trim.
Tools and materials
required:
•#2 Phillips screwdriver
•Stubby Phillips screwdriver
•Drill and appropriate bits
•Custom panels
•Custom handles
•Safety glasses
Note: This kit must be used in conjunction with ZKT48 trim kit for
3/4" panel trim.
Kit
contents
Parts List:
A. Fresh food door
extrusion
B. Freezer door extrusion
for non-dispenser
model and dispenser
model using custom
collar. (Option 1)
C. Freezer door extrusion
for dispenser model
using full-width trim.
(Option 2)
D. Freezer door handle
bracket for dispenser
model using full-width
trim. (Option 2)
OPTION 1
For non-dispenser
model
or dispenser model
using custom
collar trim
instructions in Option 1 when applying custom handles
to a non-dispenser model or dispenser model using
custom collar trim. Follow the instructions in Option 2
for a dispenser model using the standard full-width
dispenser trim.
ZKHT1
INSTALLATION
This kit provides the necessary framework to install
custom handles of your choice, on 3/4" thick decorator
door panels. (Handles not included.) The door
extrusions and bracket allow custom handles to be
secured to the door structure, rather than the door
panels. This kit contains all the necessary parts for
dispenser and non-dispenser models. Follow the
Note: Optimal final appearance
depends on careful routing
depth. Do not exceed 1⁄4"
routing depth.
1-13/16"
Back Side
1-13/16"
1/4" Max.
Handle Side
Freezer Panel
Back Side
Handle Side
Fresh Food Panel
Before
you begin
3/4" custom door panels must be routed to accommodate Refer to installation instructions for ZKT48 trim kit for
these door extrusions. Rout the panels as illustrated, a
3/4" custom panels Option 1.
maximum of 1/4" deep, and 1-13⁄16" wide, top to bottom
• Follow Step No. 1 to remove the standard aluminum
on the handle side.
trim.
• Follow Step No. 2 and 3 to attach new 3/4" trim
pieces and install panel support brackets.
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ZKHT1 Trim Kit (For 3/4" Panels)
Support for Custom Handles
Step 1
Temporarily
mount
door panels
• Place the prepared 3/4"custom door panels on the
bottom trim with support bracket tabs inserted into
slots.
• Push the panel back against the steel door, making
sure panel is flush with hinge side trim.
• Secure the panel to the trim temporarily by driving
2 screws through the back side of the trim at the top.
• Slide door extrusion in between panel and steel door.
Temporarily secure with 2 screws.
ZKHT1
INSTALLATION
Step 2
Locate
position
of handles
3/4" Min.
1-1/2" Max.
• Determine the desired location of the custom handles
and carefully mark centerlines of the screw holes.
The handles must be located 3/4" to 1-1⁄2" from the
end of the extrusion.
• Again, with both doors closed, check centerlines of
the screw holes to be sure they are parallel to the
edge of the door, and level with opposite door.
• Drill 1⁄16" pilot hole through the panel until it starts
into the aluminum extrusion. This will mark the
matching location for drilling a clearance hole when
assembling the extrusion, panel and handle.
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ZKHT1 Trim Kit (For 3/4" Panels)
Support for Custom Handles
Option 1 Installation
Step 3
Assemble panel,
extrusion
and handle
•
•
•
•
Remove the door extrusions and door panels.
Drill 1/16" pilot hole through extrusion.
Drill clearance holes through the panel and extrusion.
Assemble the door panel, extrusions and custom
handle.
• Install screw(s) long enough to pass through the
extrusion, door panel and into the handle.
3/4" Min.
1-1/2" Max.
Screw
Step 4
Mount
assembled
panels
ZKHT1
INSTALLATION
• Place assembled panel onto bottom trim with support
bracket tabs inserted into slots.
• Push the panel back against the steel door with door
extrusion flush to the handle side of the door.
• Open door fully to stop.
• Install screws at the top, hinge side and end of door
extrusion.
Door Handle
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ZKHT1 Trim Kit (For 3/4" Panels)
Support for Custom Handles
Option 1 Installation
OPTION 2
For dispenser
model using
full-width
trim
Note: Optimal final
appearance depends on careful
routing depth. Do not exceed
1⁄4" routing depth.
1-13/16"
Back Side
1-13/16"
1/4" Max.
Handle Side
Back Side
Handle Side
Freezer Panel
Before
you
begin
All 3 custom door panels must be routed to accommodate the door extrusions. Route the panels as
illustrated, max. 1/4" deep, 1-13/16" wide, top to bottom
on the handle side.
Fresh Food Panel
Refer to installation instructions for ZKT48 trim kit,
Option 2.
• Follow Step No. 1 to remove standard aluminum trim.
• Follow Step No. 2 and 3 to attach new 3/4" trim pieces
and install panel support brackets.
Step 1
Locate position
of handle
Temporarily
Secure
Handle
Bracket
With
Screws
Temporarily
Secure
Dispenser
Trim
With
Screws
ZKHT1
INSTALLATION
Note: The custom handle must
be installed against the handle
bracket. The custom handle
cannot exceed 11-3/4" length.
• Position the handle bracket onto the steel door by
matching existing screw holes on the door and
bracket.
• Re-install dispenser trim, temporarily.
• Determine the desired location of the custom handle
and carefully mark centerlines of the screw holes.
• Drill 1⁄16" pilot hole through the trim until it starts
into the handle bracket. This marks the same location
onto the bracket.
• Remove dispenser trim and bracket.
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ZKHT1 Trim Kit (For 3/4" Panels)
Support for Custom Handles
Option 2 Installation
Step 2
Install
custom handle
• Drill clearance holes through the handle bracket and
the dispenser trim.
• Install screw(s) long enough to pass through the
handle bracket, dispenser trim and into the
custom handle.
Dispenser Trim
Handle Bracket
Handle Bracket
Dispenser Trim
Custom Handle
Step 3
Mount
assembled
dispenser
trim
• Mount assembled dispenser trim with handle onto
the door.
• Drive 2 screws through the top and bottom of the
handle bracket into the steel door.
• Re-install 3 screws at top and bottom of dispenser
trim.
bracket must be secured to the
steel door. If it is not secured
properly, the dispenser trim will
pull away from the door.
Secure
Assembled
Dispenser
Trim
With
Screws
Secure
Handle
Bracket
With
Screws
ZKHT1
INSTALLATION
Important: The handle
Again, refer to ZKT48 trim kit, Option 2.
• Follow Step 4 to install freezer door panels and bottom
trim.
• Slide freezer handle side extrusion in between panels
and steel door. Secure with screws.
• To install fresh food handle, follow the same procedure as in Option 1.
Freezer
Handle Side
Extrusion
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ZKHSS1 for 1/4" Panels
Tubular Stainless Steel Handles
This kit provides for the installation of Stainless Steel custom
handles on 1/4" thick decorator door panels. The door extrusions allow these custom handles to be secured to the door
structure, rather than to the custom panels. This kit contains
all the necessary parts for dispenser and non-dispenser
models.
Tools and materials required:
• #2 Phillips screwdriver
• Drill and 1/8", 9/32" bits
• Custom door panels
• Safety glasses
• Center punch
• Masking tape
• Hammer
• Pencil
• 1/2" thick 12" x 12" min. piece of plywood
to protect floor when drilling
• For stainless steel panels wear gloves to
protect against sharp edges.
Note: It is best that 2 people install this kit.
A
B
C
D
E
F
Parts List:
A. Fresh food door extrusion
B. Freezer door extrusion
C. 2 Stainless tubular handles
D. 10 Spacer rings (for Stainless panels ONLY)
(8 required, 2 extra)
E. 8 Handle standoffs
F. 10 Screws for mounting handle standoffs
(8 required, 2 extra)
G. 10 Set screws (8 required, 2 extra)
H. 3/32" Allen wrench for set screws
ZKHSS1
INSTALLATION
Step 1:
Remove
Handles
G
H
• Carefully remove the phillips head screws from the
door handle top endcaps, if present.
• Open doors to 90°. Remove the screws from the fulllength handles of both doors.
• Retain screws, discard handles and endcaps.
• Locate the 2" x 2" adhesive foam pads packed with
the refrigerator. Apply pads to the doors as shown.
Corner pads should be as close to inside corners as
possible.
Note: If a custom collar is to be used, order ZWCD1 Trim Kit
for 36" and 42" wide models. Order ZWCD2 for 48" wide
models.
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ZKHSS1 for 1/4" Panels
Tubular Stainless Steel Handles
Step 2:
Match
Handle Extrusions
to Handle
• Cut a piece of corrugated to use as a pad to protect
the panel finish. Use 1/2" thick section of plywood to
protect flooring when drilling.
• Place custom panels on the pad, appearance side
down.
Top
End
Note: If panels are wood, be sure to note which end is
the top so that wood grain is in the correct direction on
both (or all 3) panels.
FOR CUSTOM
WOOD
PANELS
See Step 2A
for Stainless
Steel panels
• On the back side of the panel – at the handle side,
measure and mark 1/4" below the top edge of the
panel with a pencil.
• Slip panels into new extrusion on the handle side of
the panels.
• Align the extrusion at the pencil mark, 1/4" below the
top of the panel.
• Follow the same procedure on the opposite panel.
• Tape the extrusions to the panels to prevent movement.
• Center punch and drill 1/8" pilot holes through the
holes in the extrusion and into the panel.
• Turn panel over. On the appearance side, use 9/32" bit
to enlarge clearance hole.
Align Extrusion
1/4" Below Top
of Panel
Freezer
Upper
Panel
Back
Side
Fresh
Food
Panel
IMPORTANT: Hole locations must be exact to accept handle
standoff and handle assembly.
For models with full width dispenser trim and 2 piece
freezer panels:
• Measure 1/4" from the top of the upper panel and 1/4"
from the bottom of the lower panel. Mark with pencil
on the back handle side.
• Align the extrusion on the pencil mark as shown, top
and bottom.
Note: Be sure to orient
extrusions and handles
correctly. The top ends of the
extrusions are cutout to fit the
shape of the top of the door.
Back
Side
Freezer
Lower
Panel
Models
With Full Width
Dispenser Trim
Back
Side
Freezer
Panel
Freezer
Extrusion
Fresh Food
Extrusion
ZKHSS1
INSTALLATION
Extrusion
Decorator
Door
Panel
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ZKHSS1 for 1/4" Panels
Tubular Stainless Steel Handles
Step 2A:
FOR
STAINLESS
STEEL
PANELS
Step 3:
Install
Standoffs
onto Handles
If you are installing these handles onto Stainless Steel
panels:
Use extreme caution if you are drilling through
stainless steel panels. Stainless panels must be
handled gently. Do not kneel on stainless steel panels.
It will leave a permanent dent. Do not remove protective plastic covering until final installation.
• Place supplied filler panel (corrugated) on floor to use
as a pad.
• On the back side of the panel–at the handle side,
measure and mark 1/4" below the top edge of the
panel.
For models with full width dispenser trim and 2-piece
freezer panels:
– Measure and mark 1/4" below the top edge of the
upper panel.
– Measure and mark 1/4" above bottom edge of lower
panel.
• Slip panels into the new extrusion, flush against inner
edge, on the handle side.
• Align extrusion to pencil mark(s) as shown in Step 2.
Mark each screw hole location with pencil.
• Tape extrusions to panels to prevent movement.
• Place panel on plywood section, appearance side
down. Be sure plywood is clean without nicks and
burrs. Center punch at each screw hole location.
• Drill 1/8" pilot hole. Use 9/32" bit to enlarge clearance
hole.
• Measure and cut a 2" wide strip, top to bottom off the
corrugated panels. This will allow room for spacer
rings between the stainless panel and extrusion.
• Place a handle standoff on each attachment post
along the handle. Position the set screw hole on each
standoff to point to the floor.
• Install set screws into the bottom of each standoff,
using the Allen wrench provided. The standoff should
be tight against the handle.
Screw
Allen Wrench
Step 4:
Install
Handles
and
Panels
ZKHSS1
INSTALLATION
Door
Handle
FOR CUSTOM
WOOD
PANELS
Screw
Decorator
Door Panel
See Step 4A
for Stainless
Steel panels
Handle
• Press foam pads against steel doors to temporarily
reduce thickness.
• Slide panels into the door trim. Leave about 4" of the
panel exposed to allow room to install the handle
extrusion.
• Place extrusion onto back side of panel, install
mounting screws through the extrusion and the
custom panel.
• Screw handle to panel, starting at the top. Moving
down the handle, drive each screw partially into the
standoff, alternating back to the top until the handle is
tight against the panel.
• Slide the assembly into the door frame until the
extrusion fits firmly against the steel door.
• Reinstall original screws into the door extrusion.
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ZKHSS1 for 1/4" Panels
Tubular Stainless Steel Handles
Step 4A:
Install
Handles
and Panels
Door
Handle
FOR
STAINLESS
STEEL
PANELS
Extrusion
Screw
Spacer
Ring
1/4"
Stainless Panel
Corrugated
For Stainless Panels:
• Press foam pads against steel doors to temporarily
reduce thickness.
• Crimp top and bottom edges of corrugated.
• Slide corrugated onto doors, leave about
1/4" gap between edge of corrugated and hinge side.
Note: Panels have a protective plastic covering. Peel away just
enough to allow panel to slide into trim and to clear handle
mounting screws. The plastic covering will keep the panels clean
during the installation process.
• Slide panels into the door trim. Leave about 4" of the
panel exposed to allow room to install the handle
extrusion.
Be sure to maintain 1/4" gap between corrugated and
hinge side trim.
• Place a spacer ring over each of the 4 screw holes on
the extrusion. Use tape to hold in place.
• Place extrusion onto back side of panel. Use a pencil to
punch hole in tape over spacer rings and align with
screw holes.
• Install 4 mounting screws through the extrusion and
panel.
• Screw handle to panel, starting at the top. Moving
down the handle, drive each screw partially into the
standoff, alternating back to the top until the handle is
tight against the panel.
• Slide the assembly into the door frame until the
extrusion fits firmly against the steel door.
• Reinstall original screws into the door extrusion.
5/16"
1/4"
Thick
Backing
Appearance
Panel
1-1/4"
Clearance
Hinge Side
ZKHSS1
INSTALLATION
Raised Panel on 1/4" Thick Backing:
A raised panel design secured to a 1/4" thick backing
(screwed or glued) can be used with this handle kit.
• Cut the 1/4" thick panels to size.
• Fabricate the raised panel to allow 1-1/4" clearance
from the hinge side to avoid striking adjacent
cabinetry.
• Allow 5/16" clearance at the top, bottom and handle
side edges to allow for the trim flange.
• Total thickness should not exceed 3/4”.
• Countertops adjacent to the refrigerator installation
should be mitered 45°.
Handle
Stainless
Panel
5/16"
Clearance
Handle Side
5/16"
Case Trim
Note: Longer screws, obtained locally, will be required to
accommodate panel thickness. Use stainless steel #10-32x1-1/4"
truss Phillips head screws.
Extrusion
Screw
Adhesive Backed Foam
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ZKHTSS1 for 3/4" Panels
Tubulor Stainless Steel Handles
This kit provides for the installation of Stainless Steel
custom handles on 3/4" thick decorator door panels.
The door extrusions allow these custom handles to be
secured to the door structure, rather than to the
custom panels. This kit contains all the necessary parts
for dispenser and non-dispenser models.
Tools and materials required:
• #2 Phillips screwdriver
• Drill and 1/8", 9/32" bits
• Custom door panels
• Safety glasses
• Center punch
• Masking tape
• Hammer
• Pencil
• 1/2" thick 12" x 12" min. piece of
plywood to protect floor when
drilling
• For stainless steel panels wear
gloves to
protect against sharp edges.
This kit must be used in combination with ZKT36, ZKT42
or ZKT48 trim kit.
The ZKT trim kits provide the framework to support 3/4"
thick panels. This kit provides handle side extrusions
and handles to match that ZKT framework.
Note: It is best that 2 people install this kit.
A
B
C
F
Parts List:
A. Fresh food door extrusion
B. Freezer door extrusion
C. 2 Stainless tubular handles
D. 8 Handle standoffs
E. 10 Screws for mounting handle
standoffs
(8 required, 2 extra)
F. 10 Set screws (8 required,
2 extra)
G. 3/32" Allen wrench for set
screws
ZKHTSS1
INSTALLATION
Before
You
Begin
D
E
G
• 3/4" custom panels must be routed to accommodate
these handle extrusions. Rout the panels as
illustrated, 1/4" deep, and 1-13/16" wide, top to bottom
on the handle side.
• Follow the instructions in the ZKT trim kit to install
support brackets to the bottom of the fresh food and
freezer panels. For models with full width dispenser
trim, install the support bracket to the bottom of the
lower panel only. Do not install a bracket to the top
of the lower panel or the bottom of the upper panel
as shown in the ZKT trim kit instructions. These
brackets are not required for this kit.
1-13/16"
Back Side
1-13/16"
1/4" Max.
Handle Side
Back Side
Handle Side
Freezer Panel
Fresh Food Panel
Back Side Door Panel
Support Bracket
Bottom Edge
Freezer Panel
Hinge
Side
Support Bracket
Bottom Edge
Fresh Food Panel
Install bottom support brackets only.
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ZKHTSS1 for 3/4" Panels
Tubulor Stainless Steel Handles
Step 1:
Remove
Handles
• Carefully remove the phillips head screws from the
door handle top endcaps, if present.
• Open doors to 90°. Remove the screws from the fulllength handles of both doors.
• Retain screws, discard handles and endcaps.
Note: If a custom collar is to be used, order ZWCD1
Trim Kit for 36" and 42" wide models. Order ZWCD2 for
48" wide models.
Step 2:
Match
Handle Extrusions
to Panels
• Cut a piece of corrugated to use as a pad to protect
the panel finish. Use 1/2" thick section of plywood to
protect flooring when drilling.
• Place custom panels on the pad, appearance side
down.
Top
End
Note: If panels are wood, be sure to note which end is
the top so that wood grain is in the correct direction
on both (or all 3) panels.
• Place new extrusion against the handle side of the
panels.
• Align the extrusion evenly with the top and bottom of
the panel.
• Follow the same procedure on the opposite panel.
• Tape the extrusions to the panels to prevent
movement.
• Center punch and drill 1/8" pilot holes through the
holes in the extrusion and into the panel.
• Turn panel over. On the appearance side, use 9/32" bit
to enlarge clearance hole.
Note: Be sure to orient
extrusions and handles
correctly. The top ends of
the extrusions are cutout to fit
the shape of the top of the
door.
Align Extrusion
Even With
Panel
Freezer
Upper
Panel
Back
Side
Fresh
Food
Panel
IMPORTANT: Hole locations must be exact to accept handle
standoff and handle assembly.
For models with full width dispenser trim and 2 piece
freezer panels:
• Carefully, align the top of the upper panel and the
bottom of the lower panel with extrusion ends.
Models
With Full Width
Dispenser Trim
Freezer
Extrusion
Fresh Food
Extrusion
ZKHTSS1
INSTALLATION
Back
Side
Freezer
Lower
Panel
Back
Side
Freezer
Panel
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ZKHTSS1 for 3/4" panels
Tubular Stainless Steel Handles
Step 3:
Install
Standoffs
onto Handles
Step 4:
Install
Handles
• Place a handle standoff on each attachment post
along the handle. Position the screw hole on the
standoff to point to the floor.
• Install set screws into the bottom of each standoff,
using the Allen wrench provided. The standoff should
be tight against the handle.
Screw
Allen Wrench
• Start mounting screws through the extrusion and just
through the custom panel.
• Stand panels up on the hinge side and hold to
access the appearance side. Place handle against
mounting screws on the appearance side, drive top
screw from the back of the extrusion partially into the
standoff.
• Going down the handle, drive each screw partially
into the standoff, alternating back to the top until the
handle is tight against the door.
• Remove tape.
Screw
ZKHTSS1
INSTALLATION
Step 5:
Install
Assembled
Panels
It is best that 2 people perform this step.
• Place panel/handle assembly onto the bottom trim
with support bracket tabs inserted into slots.
• Push and hold the panel back against the steel door
with door handle extrusion flush to the handle side of
the door.
• Reinstall original screws into the door extrusion.
• Open the door fully to stop.
• Install screws at the top, and hinge side.
• Follow the same procedure on the opposite door.
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ZKHTSS1 for 3/4" Panels
Tubular Stainless Steel Handles
Step 5
Install
Assembled
Panels
(continued)
For models with full width dispenser trim and 2 piece
freezer panels:
It is best that 2 people perform this step.
• Carefully, lift the assembled panel to the case trim.
Hold both panels so they do not twist the extrustion.
• Insert the support bracket tabs into the bottom trim.
• Push and hold the panel back against the steel door.
• Reinstall original screws into the door extrustion.
• Open the door fully to stop.
• Install screws at the top, and hinge side.
ZKHTSS1
INSTALLATION
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ZWCD2 Trim Kit
Custom Dispenser Collar
Tools and materials
required:
•#2 Phillips screwdriver
•Drill and appropriate bits
•Custom door panels
•Safety glasses
Kit
contents
Parts List:
A. Collar trim
(Both black and white
trim included)
B. Top bracket
C. Bottom bracket
D. Screws (2)
B
C
D
This kit provides for the
use of a custom dispenser collar trim,
replacing the standard
full-width trim. This kit
can be used alone, or
combined with one or all
other trim kits.
Select
panel size
1/4" Thick Custom Panels
A
3/4" Thick Custom Panels
with Standard Handles
17 11/16"
ZWCD2
INSTALLATION
17 11/16"
67 15/16"
67 7/8"
3/4" Thick Custom Panels
with Custom Handles
67 15/16"
3 9/16"
3 5/16"
19 1/4"
19 1/16"
The overall size of the panel is determined by the
application being used.
• 1/4" thick panels using the standard handles or
optional custom handles.
• 3/4" thick panels using standard handles, or
17 11/16"
3 9/16"
19 5/16"
• 3/4" thick panels using optional custom handles.
Select the panel size accordingly.
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ZWCD2 Trim Kit
Custom Dispenser Collar
Cut dispenser
hole and rout
door panel
The use of this custom collar trim requires that the hole
for dispenser be located and cut very accurately. 3/4"
door panels must be routed on all 4 sides of the
dispenser cutout.
Rout the back side of the panel 1/4" deep and 7/8" wide,
flush with the edge of the cutout.
Note: 1/4" door panels do not
require routing.
12 1/16"
12 5/16"
7/8"
Wide
Rout
The Cutout is 12 1/16" wide
by 12 5/16" high. 3/4" panels
must be routed on all four
sides of the cutout. Rout
the back side of the panel
1/4" deep. 7/8" wide.
Install
collar
brackets
and trim
• Secure top and bottom brackets to the dispenser,
using the screws previously removed.
• Install the custom panels according to the appropriate
installation instructions.
• Select the black or white collar trim according to
appearance desired.
• Match the indentations on the collar trim to the tabs
on the lower bracket. Push the collar flush against
the door.
• Drive 2 screws (provided) upwards through the collar
and into the brackets.
ZWCD2
INSTALLATION
Select the door panel size for your application.
• If using the standard 1⁄4" trim, follow the installation
instructions packed with the product.
• When using another optional trim kit, use the
instructions provided with that kit to install the panel
trim and/or custom handles.
• Remove the aluminum trim above and below the
dispenser. Discard trim.
• Remove and discard the standard full-width
dispenser trim.
• Remove 2 screws above and below the dispenser
recess. Retain screws.
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Note: While performing installations described in this book,
safety glasses or goggles should be worn.
To obtain specific information concerning any
Monogram product or service, call GE Answer Center®
consumer information service at 800.626.2000–any
time, day or night.
For Monogram local service in your area, call
1-800-444-1845.
TM
Note: Product improvement is a continuing endeavor at
General Electric. Therefore, materials, appearance and
specifications are subject to change without notice.
®
Monogram.
General Electric Company
Louisville, KY 40225
Pub. No. 49-6962
Part No. 162D9630P001
© 1997 GE Appliances
Printed in U.S.A. ( NAI 283) 10/98
5A8827-02
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