Summit Appliance CCE213SS 12 in. Coil Electric Cooktop in Stainless Steel with 2 Elements Use and Care Manual

Summit Appliance CCE213SS 12 in. Coil Electric Cooktop in Stainless Steel with 2 Elements Use and Care Manual
Notes:
TWO ZONE SURFACE UNIT
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION GUIDE
CABINET OPENING
Prepare the cabinet accurately so your unit will fit properly. Below are cabinet cutout
dimensions. The dimensions are for the unit to be mounted so the knobs are toward
the front.
CHECK LOCAL CODES
BEFORE MAKING
CONNECTIONS.
5
“A” : 2 /8” To Adjacent Vertical Combustible Surface
1
3 /4” To Opening for Adjacent Unit
7
“B” : 2 /16” Minimum to Front Edge of Counter Top
“C” : 2”
Minimum to Rear Edge or Rear Wall
7
(2 /16” If Installed In Standard 24” Deep Counter Top)
“D” : 30”
Minimum Clearance To Bottom of Unprotected Wood Cabinet
(24” Minimum When Cabinet Bottom is Protected by Not Less Than
1
/4” Millboard Covered By Not Less Than No. 28 MSG Sheet Steel,
0.015” Stainless Steel, 0.024” Aluminum, or 0.020” Copper.
CAUTION:
To eliminate the hazard of reaching over the heated surface units, cabinet storage
space located above the surface units should be avoided. If cabinet storage is to be
provided, the hazard can be reduced by installing a range hood that projects
horizontally a minimum of 5 inches beyond the bottom of the cabinets.
INSTALLATION:
It is the responsibility of your installer to make certain that your range is properly
installed. Situations caused by improper installation are not covered under the
warranty. Any expenses incurred due to such situations will not be paid by the
manufacturer of the appliance.
This unit is intended to be built-in to a cabinet structure only and
is not intended for attachment to the building structure.
MOUNTING THE BUILT-IN TOP UNIT:
Locate the installation kit containing mounting hardware packaged with the unit.
Place the unit in the cabinet opening so the knobs are toward the front of the unit.
Attach the mounting brackets to the underside of the unit with the screws provided.
Tighten the main bolt up to the underside of the counter top.
POWER CONNECTIONS TO APPLIANCES
THREE-WIRE CONDUIT CONNECTION
BRANCH
CIRCUIT
JUNCTION BOX
(ACCESS PLATE
REMOVED)
BLACK
LEAD
RED
LEAD
WHITE
LEAD
We suggest that you have the dealer where you purchased your new cooktop install it
or have him arrange installation by a qualified electrician. Installation must conform
with local codes. In addition, installation must conform with the National Electric
Code NFPA70 latest edition.
WARNING – Be sure electric power is OFF at the fuse (breaker) box until the unit is
installed and ready to operate. See appliance rating label on the underside
of the unit for maximum K.W. and amperage rating.
GREEN
(GROUND
TO UNIT)
INSULATED WIRE
CONNECTORS
RANGE
CONDUIT
STRAIN
RELIEF
CLAMP
& NUT
Rating Label
Location
If local codes do not allow grounding
through the neutral, refer to the
illustration below of FOUR-WIRE
CONDUIT CONNECTION.
240 VAC
WARNING
ELECTRICAL GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
Appliances with a 120 volt power cord are
equipped with a three prong grounding plug for
your protection against shock hazard and
should be plugged directly into a properly
grounded receptacle. Do not cut or remove the
grounding prong from this plug.
Do not use an extension cord to connect this appliance. If the power supply cord is
too short, have a qualified electrician or serviceman install an outlet near the
appliance.
BRANCH
CIRCUIT
BRANCH
GROUND
LEAD
FOUR-WIRE CONDUIT CONNECTION
JUNCTION BOX
(ACCESS PLATE
REMOVED)
BLACK
LEAD
RED
LEAD
GREEN
(GROUND
TO UNIT)
INSULATED WIRE
CONNECTORS
INSULATED
WHITE LEAD
1. Remove the access plate to gain access
to the electrical junction box.
2. Install the three-wire range conduit and
an appropriate strain relief clamp
through the hole in the junction box.
3. Use an appropriate insulated wire
connector to connect the red and black
wires from the range conduit to the
corresponding red and black leads from
the branch circuit.
4. Connect the green (ground) wire from
the range conduit to the white (neutral)
lead from the branch circuit in like
manner.
5. Secure the strain relief clamp around the
conduit and tighten the nut against the
wall of the junction box.
6. Tuck all wire leads into the junction box
and replace the access plate removed
earlier in step 1.
STRAIN
RELIEF
CLAMP
& NUT
RANGE
CONDUIT
240 VAC
Effective January 1, 1996 the National
Electrical Code requires that new
construction (not existing) utilize a 4conductor connection to an electric range.
1. Remove the access plate to gain access
to the electrical junction box.
2. Install the three-wire range conduit and
an appropriate strain relief clamp
through the hole in the junction box.
3. Use an appropriate insulated wire
connector to connect the red and black
wires from the range conduit to the
corresponding red and black leads from
the branch circuit.
4. Connect the green (ground) wire from
the range conduit to the grounding lead
from the branch circuit in like manner.
5. The white (neutral) lead from the branch
circuit must be properly insulated away
from other all other leads.
5. Secure the strain relief clamp around the
conduit and tighten the nut against the
wall of the junction box.
6. Tuck all wire leads into the junction box
and replace the access plate removed
earlier in step 1.
NOTE: A 4-conductor connection is to be
used when the appliance is installed in a
mobile home or when local codes do not
permit grounding through the neutral.
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