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nstructlons nJGSP28 " ! Insta " IaOtiSaos " n0e ' an0el I _ Questions ? Call 800 . GE.CARES ( 800.432.2737 ) or Visit our Website at : www . GEAppliances . com I IN THE COMMONWEALTH OF PARTS INCLUDED MASSACHUSETTS : • This product must be installed by a licensed plumber or gas fitter . • When using ball - type gas shut - off valves , Screws Anti - Tip Bracket they shall be the T - handle type . Rear Filler 2 Screws • A flexible gas connector , when used , must not exceed 3 feet . MATERIALS YOU MAY NEED BEFORE YOU BEGIN Read these instructions completely and carefully . / • IMPORTANT - - Savethese Joint Sealant Shut Off Valve Pipe Fittings instructions for local inspector's use . • IMPORTANT - Observeall governing codes and ordinances . CSA - Approved Flexible Gas Line 3 / 8 " Min . ID , 1 / 2 " NPT Connection , • Note to Installer - Be sure to leave these 3 - foot Maximum Length ( Massachusetts Only ) instructions with the Consumer . • Note to Consumer - Keep these instructions for future reference . TOOLS YOU WiLL NEED • Product failure due to improper installation is not covered under the Warranty . Level 1 / 4 " Nut Driver - & WARNING - This appliance must be properly grounded . • IMPORTANT - Leak testing of the Phillips Head Pipe Wrench appliance shall be conducted according to Screwdriver the manufacturer's instructions . • Proper installation is the responsibility of the installer and product failure due to improper installation is NOT covered under Wrench or Pliers Tape Measure ( for 1 - 7 / 16 " Nut ) warranty . Drill Safety Glasses 31 - 10598 - 1 ( 11 - 04 JR ) 1
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Installation Instructions IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR YOUR SAFETY : This range has been design certified by UNDERWRITERS LABORATORIES . You'll find safety precautions in your Owner's Manual . Read them carefully . • Installation of this range must conform with local codes or in the absence of local codes with the National Fuel Gas Code , ANSI Z223 . 1 - Latest edition . • Be sure your range is installed properly by a qualified installer or service technician . • To eliminate reaching over surface burners , cabinet storage above burner should be avoided . o Do not try to light any appliance . Do not • Do not install the unit near an outside door touch any electrical switch ; do not use any or where a draft may affect its use . phone in your building . o Immediately call your gas supplier from a neighbor's phone . Follow the gas supplier's instructions . o If you cannot reach your gas supplier , call the fire department . Installation and service must be performed by a qualified installer , service agency or the gas supplier . 2
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mnstaliation mnstructions ELECTRICAL REQUIRMENTS ANTI - TIP DEVICE This appliance must be supplied with the WARNING - To reducteherisk proper voltage and frequency and connected of tipping , the appliance must be secured to an individual , properly grounded branch by properly installed Anti - Tip bracket packed circuit , protected by a circuit breaker or fuse with this appliance . having amperage as noted on the rating plate . ( Rating plate is located above the To check if the bracket is installed and storage drawer below the oven frame ) . engaged properly , carefully tip the range forward . The anti - tip bracket should engage We recommend you have the electrical wiring and prevent the range from tipping over . and hookup of your range connected by a qualified electrician . After installation , have WARNING - the electrician show you where your main range disconnect is located . • All ranges can tip Check with your local utilities for electrical • Injury to persons could result codes which apply in your area . Failure to wire your range according to governing • Install Anti - Tip bracket packed codes could result in a hazardous condition . with range If there are no codes , your range must be • See Installation Instructions wired and fused to meet the requirements of the National Electrical Code , ANSl / NFPA No . 70 - Latest edition . You can get a copy If you pull the range out and away from the by writing : wall for any reason , make sure the Anti - Tip National Fire Protection Association bracket is engaged when the range is pushed Batterymarch Park back against the wall . Quincy , MA 02269 Be sure the installation of this product in a mobile home conforms with the Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standard , Title 24 CFR , Part 3280 . If this standard does not apply , you must follow the standard for Manufactured Home Installations , ANSI A225 . 1 and Manufactured Home Installations , Sites and Communities and ANSl / NFPA 501A or with local codes . You can get a copy of the Federal Standard by Writing : Office of Mobile Home Standards HUD Building 451 7th Street , S . W . Washington , D . C . 24010 3
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Installation Instructions PRE - INSTALLATION CHECKLIST [ _ iNSPECT iNSTALLATiON _ - I MOVE RANGE INDOORS IN FRONT OF CABINET OPENING Refer to alternate construction section for Do not use hand trucks when moving the the following non - standard installations . unpackaged range . Cooktop enamel may be chipped . [ ] Counter opening extends to the wall : Maintop Filler ( supplied with the range ) ( see page 15 for Installation Instructions ) or Backguard Kit ( JXS32XX ) . [ ] PROTECT THE KITCHEN [ ] Counter height greater than 36 - 3 / 4 " : FLOOR Lower Trim Slide - in ( Kit JXS56XX ) . Flatten and place a piece of the shipping [ ] One side is not enclosed by a cabinet : carton in front of the installation location Bodyside ( Kit JXS77XX ) . to protect the flooring . [ ] rostand mnstallation : NOTE : Do not remove the protective channel from the sides of the cooktop , if applicable , To provide an optimum installation , the until later in the installation . top surface of the countertop must be level and flat ( lie on the same plane ) Protective Channel around the 3 sides that are adjacent to ( on some models ) range cooktop . Proper adjustments to make the top flat should be made or gaps between the countertop and range cooktop may occur . Forcing the cooktop to fit may cause excessive gaps and could chip the enamel cooktop . To obtain Kits : a . Visit GE Web Site ( See page 1 ) b . Call GE Answer Center ( See page 1 ) c . Contact Dealer [ _ ] CAREFULLY , TILT RANGE TO ACCESS RANGE LEVELING LEGS Use an adjustable wrench to screw leveling legs out so that cooktop support flanges clear top of countertop . 4
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Installation Instructions [ ] REMOVE THE DOOR JF REMOVE THE DOOR IF NECESSARY ( cont . ) Door removam is not a requirement for [ ] LIFT OFF DOOR installation of the product , but is an added Lift door up and out until the hinge arms convenience . To remove the door : clear the slots . DO NOT LIFT THE DOOR BY THE HANDLE . [ ] UNLOCK HINGES NOTE : The oven door is very heavy . Be sure Push both hinge locks down toward the you have a firm grip before lifting the oven door frame , to the unlocked position . This door off the hinges . Use caution once the may require a flat blade screwdriver . door is removed . Do not lay the door on its handle . This could cause dents or scratches . Hinge unlocked position Hinge ' / slot % [ ] POSITmON DOOR Hinge clears slot Place hands on both sides of the door , and close the oven door to the removal position . This is haJf way between the broil stop and fully closed . REMOVE PACKING MATERIALS Also remove labels on door , plastic on trim and panel and all tape around the range . [ ] REMOVE STORAGE DRAWER [ ] Pull the drawer out until it stops . [ ] Lift the front of the drawer until the stops clear the guides . Rail Stop [ ] Pull forward and remove the drawer . 5
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mnstaliation mnstructions PRE - INSTALLATION CHECKLIST ( CONT . ) [ - _ PRE - INSTALLATION CUTOUT AND REQUIRED CLEARANCES If cabinets are placed less than 30 " above the range , OWRALLOEPT " ' _ I see Alternate Construction , Step 19t , on page 16 . I . . . . _ 0 - _ / o . NOTE : Product meets ANSI Z21 . 1 requirements for 0 " clearance to back and side walls below the cooktop . TO Wall coverings , counters and cabinets around range must withstand heat ( up to 194 ° F ) generated by the range . Follow instructions I packaged with - _ - 30 " min . _ l alternate appliance 6 fr ° mwaTl ' For optimum L _ 24 " min . J cooking surface installation these to bottom of surfaces must be overhead flat and level . , cabinets " _ 13 " max . 18 " min . verticaldistance depth from the bottom of the adjacent overhead cabinets Max . depth ! : _ oCountertop depth of cord , plug , recept , box & 25 " ( typical ) 35 - 7 / 8 " 38 " from gas hookup floor to countertop 4 " to prevent _ 4 " min . countertop interference to top of drawer I with ! electrical outlet area 29 - 15 / 16 " min . 30 - 1 / 16 " max . STANDARD INSTALLATION If the construction of your cabinet cannot provide a 1 / 4 " flat area at the back of the countertop opening , consider changing the countertop to accommodate this dimension . See Alternate Construction section . Wall _ * _ 1 - 13 / 16 " t t area 1 / 4 min . | Flat flat / 25 tt 23 - 3 / 16 " typically t 9 / 16 " 9 / 16 " min . _ min . 1 / 4 " _ 36 / ' flat flat 29 - 15 / 16 " - 30 - 1 / 16 " _ l smooth cut * NOTE : A 1 - 1 / 2 " minimum space must be maintained between the rear edge of the cooktop and the rear wall above the cooktop . 6
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mnstaliation mnstructions ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS INSTALLATIONmELECTRICAL [ ] CONNECTIONS 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 is a UL listed 3 - wire grounding - type appliance extension cord and that the current carrying rating of the cord in amperes is equivalent to or greater than the branch circuit rating . Such extension cords are obtainable through your local appliance dealer . IMPORTANT : ( Please read carefully ) FOR PERSONAL SAFETY , THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE PROPERLY GROUNDED . [ ] An adequate electrical supply and outlet must be used to operate the electrical parts of your range . • The power cord of this appliance is equipped with a three - prong ( grounding ) plug which must be used with a properly grounded three - hole outlet with standard 120Volt , 60 cycle AC household current . • When a standard two - prong wall receptacle is encountered , it is the personal responsibility and obligation of the customer to have it replaced with a properly grounded three - prong wall receptacle by a qualified electrician . Do not under any circumstances cut or remove grounding prong from the range cord . Failure to provide proper ground may create a hazardous condition .
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Installation Instructions GAS CONNECTIONS [ _ MAKING THE CONNECTIONS _ ] MAKING THE CONNECTIONS ( cont . } [ ] Install 1 / 2 " flare union adaptor to the 1 / 2 " NPT elbow on pressure regulator . [ ] Connect flexible appliance connector to flare union . [ ] Move range into approximate position 15 _ and connect flexible connector to gas [ ] Install a manual shut - off valve in the gas supply line with proper flare union supply line in an easily accessible location . adaptor . [ ] Know how and where to shut off the gas Shut - off valve Flexible gas line supply to the range . Shut off gas supply before removing an [ ] old range . Leave it off until hookup of new range is finished . [ ] Because solid pipe restricts moving the Gas elbow _ _ L _ range , we recommend use of a C . S . A . U ePlY certified flexible metal appliance connector . [ ] To prevent gas leaks , put a pipe joint WARNING : Never reuse old sealant or Teflon tape on all male flexible connectors . The use of old flexible threads . NOTE : Make sure sealant or tape connectors can cause gas leaks and personal is compatible with Natural and LP gases . injury . Always use new flexible connectors [ ] When you are finished making when installing a gas appliance . connections , be sure that all range knobs [ ] Before making gas connections , make are turned to OFF before you open the sure that the oven shut - off lever ( visible at main gas supply valve . the back of range ) is in the open position . 44 , WARNING : Do not use a flame to check for gas leaks , Use liquid leak detector at all joints and connections to check for leaks Gas supply to in the system , top burners Gas supply to oven regulator as seen from front of range Oven shut - off lever shown in the open position 8
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Installation Instructions INSTALL THE RANGE iNSTALL THE ANTi - TiP BRACKET r _ INSTALL THE ANTI - TIP BRACKET ( cont . ) [ ] LOCATE THE BRACKET a , Decide whether the bracket will be [ ] INSTALL THE BRACKET IN WOOD installed on the right or left side of the OR CONCRETE range opening . b . Place the bracket as shown in Fig . 1 . INSTALLATION - - WOOD CONSTRUCTIONS a . Locate the centers of the 4 holes identified in Fig . 1 as Floor - Wood and Wall . Fig . 1 b . Drill a 1 / 8 " pilot hole through the pre - marked areas . Note the angle of the wall screw in Fig . 2 . c . Mount the Anti - Tip bracket with the Adjacent 4 screws provided . cabinet _ % % , , ) / Wall % , ) Top front Fig . 2 edge of countertop 25 " - - _ J _ i - ' _ ll Bracket I1 FLOOR - WOOD / _ I Screw _ 1 Wall plate BidaeCket _ _ Rear _ _ \ wood or - _ " JLJ : leveling leg FLOOR - CONCRETE INSTALLATIO N - - CO NCRETE CONSTRUCTIONS a . For concrete installation , you will need two 1 / 4 " x 1 - 1 / 2 " lag screws and two sleeve anchors . b . Locate the center of the 4 holes identified in Fig . 1 as Floor - - Concrete and Wall . Drill the recommended size holes in each . c . Install the sleeve anchors into the predrilled concrete holes and install the lag and wall screws through the Anti - Tip bracket . Make sure the screws are securely tightened . 9
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Installation Instructions INSTALL THE RANGE ( CONT . ) SUDE { RANGE INTO OPENING [ ] r _ SLIDE RANGE INTO OPENING ( cont . ) Position the range in front of the cabinet [ ] opening . receptacle . [ ] Plug the range cord into the Locate the cord in the back of the range [ ] Make sure that the cooktop edges that in a manner that it will not touch or be overhang the countertop clear the moved by the drawer . countertop . If necessary , raise the unit by lowering the leveling legs . \ . \ Position range cord \ [ ] Push while lifting the range into the so that there is no opening , until the range is within 2 " tll interference with of engaging the anti - tip bracket . \ / _ 1 storage drawer _ . I - Q [ ] Remove the protective trim from the side of the cooktop ( if provided ) . \ [ ] Using the adjustable pliers or wrench , carefully screw in the back leveling leg / I / until the cooktop overhang comes to rest on the countertop . / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / r _ - z - 4F ] INAL CHECK OF ANTI - TIP BRACKET When installation is complete and the range is Adjustable in place , check to be sure that the rear leveling wrench or pliers leg is fully inserted into the slot of the Anti - Tip Bracket . [ ] Carefully screw in the front two leveling legs ( similar to Step E ) until the cooktop overhang touches the countertop . [ ] Carefully push the range into the opening until the anti - tip bracket engages and the vertical sides are flush with the cabinet . Countertop Cabinet 10
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Installation Instructions r _ ] REPLACE THE OVEN DOOR r _ REPLACE THE STORAGE DRAWER NOTE : The oven door is heavv . You mav need help lifting the door high enough to slide it [ ] Place the drawer rail on the guides . into the hinge stots . Do not lift the door by [ ] Push the drawer in until it stops . the handme . [ ] Lift the front of the drawer and push [ ] Lift the oven door by placing one hand on in until the stops clear the guides . each side . The door is heavy , so you may [ ] Lower the front of the drawer and push need help . Do not lift the door by the handle . in until it closes . SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS IF YOU ARE HAVING PROBLEMS WHILE REPLACING [ ] With the door at the same angle as the THE STORAGE DRAWER removal position ( halfway between the If Drawer Won't Close : closed and broil stop position ) , seat the Drawer notch of the hinge arm into the bottom Drawer does front panel edge of the hinge slot . The notch of the Power cord not close tipped away hinge arm must be fully seated into the may be Rear drawer . . . • completely su ortis trom eoay bottom of the slot . obstructing PP side drawer in _ I _ resting on top _ _ Hinge arm I this area 117 I of guide rail Ill Bottom edge of slot 222 _ 2 : - - 2222 : 2 : : : ! ! Remove and replace , making sure the power cord is not obstructing the drawer and / or the rail is in the guide . If Drawer is Crooked : Hinge notch Rear drawer support is on top of guide rail on Drawer front panel [ ] Fully open the door until it is parallel to the high side _ tipped to one side the floor . If the door will not fully open , the notch in the hinge is not seated correctly in the bottom edge of the slot . Repeat steps A and B if necessary . [ ] Push the hinge locks up against the front frame of the oven cavity , to the locked position . Remove and replace , making sure the rail is in the guide . Hoi : g : d hpo sit ion _ _ _ _ [ I _ - N : t c he lyf fl : " t'te _ e _ " _ , L _ _ # _ _ C . . . . . . . ! nto bottom of ninge slot [ _ - _ ' _ ' _ h _ [ ] Close the oven door . 11
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Installation Instructions INSTALL THE RANGE ( CONT . ) r _ ] COOKTOP BURNERS r _ l COOKTOP BURNERS ( cont . ) [ ] ASSEMBLE THE BURNERS [ ] ASSEMBLE THE BURNERS ( cont . ) c . Place the matching size caps onto the heads . CAUTION : The electrode of the Make sure that the heads and caps are spark igniter is exposed . Be careful not to placed in the correct locations . snag the electrode of the spark igniter with Place the vent grille , grates and air inlet a cleaning cloth . Damage to the igniter could cover onto the cooktop , making sure that occur . Be careful not to turn on any cooktop the grates lock the vent grille in place . controls while cleaning . A slight electrical Grate shock might result , which could cause you to knock over hot cookware . a . Place burner heads over the electrodes Burner cap on the cooktop , in the correct locations according to their sizes . Burner head Medium head Small head and cap and cap Cooktop Electrode Vent grille Air inlet cover Front of range t / Large head Large head and cap and cap b . Make sure the slot in the burner head is positioned over the electrode . [ ] CHECK FOR LEAKS Turn the gas supply on and use a liquid leak detector ( soap solution ) at all joints and connections to check for leaks . Do not use an open flame to look for leaks . Be sure all leaks are stopped before lighting burners . 12
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mnstaliation mnstructions [ ] PRESSURE TEST INFORMATION [ ] BURNER IGNITION The maximum allowable supply pressure for Cool { top Spark Ignition - - When you turn the regulator is 14 " W . C . The minimum supply the cool { top knob to LITE , the spark igniter pressure needed to check the regulator setting makes a series of electric sparks ( ticking is 7 " W . C . for natural gas and 10 " W . C . for LP gas . sounds ) which light the burner . During a power failure the burners will not light WARNING : The range and its automatically . In an emergency , a cool { top individual shut - off valve must be disconnected burner may be lit with a match by following from the gas supply piping system during any the steps below . pressure testing of the gas supply system at WARNING : Lighting gas burners test pressures of more than 1 / 2 psig ( pounds per square inch gauge ) . The range must be with a match is dangerous . You should match isolated from the gas supply piping system by light the cool { top burners only in an closing its individual shut - off valve during any emergency . pressure testing of the gas supply system at a . Light a match and hold the flame near the test pressures equal to or greater than 1 / 2 burner you want to light . Wooden matches psig . NOTE : 1 / 2 psig = 13.855 " w . c . work best . b . Push in and turn the control knob slowly . Be sure you are turning the correct knob for the burner you are lighting . [ ] CHECK THE IGNITERS NOTE : If the burner does not light within Operation of the electric igniters should be five seconds , turn the knob off and wait five checked after the cool { top and supply line minutes before trying again . have been carefully checked for leaks and the cool { top has been connected to the electrical power . a . Turn on gas . [ ] BURNER FLAMES b . Push and turn a burner valve to the LITE Turn each burner on . Turn each burner knob position . to the high position . Flames should be blue in color with little or no trace of yellow . The • The burner valve should light when gas burner flames should not flutter or blow away is available to the burner . from the burner . The inner cone of the flame • Once the burner lights , it should be should be between 1 / 2 " and 3 / 4 " long . If the turned out of the LITE position . burner flames are yellow in color or not the c . Try each valve separately until all burners proper length , call GE Service . have been checked . 1 / 2 " to 3 / 4 " COOKTOP BURNER Flames should circle burner Burners should be checked frequently . WARNING : Ifyouattempt to measure the inner cone of the flame , please use caution . Burns could result . 13
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nstaJiation nstructions INSTALL THE RANGE ( CONT . ) [ ] ADJUST THE AIR SHUTTER [ ] BAKE AND BROIL BURNERS BAKE BURNER If the bake and / or broil burners have lifting or " lazy " ( floating ) flames or you have a yellow 1 . Remove the orifice fitting cover . flame , perform the following procedures : 2 . Use a screwdriver to loosen the air shutter screw . [ ] CHECKING THE OVEN BURNERS 3 . Adjust the air shutter to 11 / 32 " . To check the bake burner flames with the oven door in the closed position : 4 . Retighten the air shutter screw . Orifice fitting 1 . Open the door and remove it . 2 . Remove the oven racks . 3 . Remove the oven bottom . Lift the oven bottom up at rear and pull Air shutter shutter forward . = screw jj WHAT ADJUSTMENT TO MAKE : a . If the flames are yellow , open the air shutter more than the original setting . b . lf the flames blow away or fluttered from the burner , close the air shutter more than the original setting . 4 . Remove the four screws holding the burner Burners should be checked frequently . baffle ( flame spreader ) to the burner box . BROIL BURNER 1 . The broil burner is located and accessible in the top rear of the oven . Dim . " A " 2 . Using a screwdriver , loosen the air shutter adjustment screw . 5 . Install and close the oven door . 3 . Make the air 6 . Turn on the bake burner . shutter Air shutter adjustment . adjustment screw As you watch the flames , check the 4 . Retighten the air following : shutter screw . • Burner flames should not flutter or blow Inner cone of flame away from the burner . 5 . Check the inner cone of the flame . • They should be blue in color with no trace 1 / 2 " to 3 / 4 " i _ " Oven broiler , It should be of yellow . between 1 / 2 " and The broil burner flames may be seen without 3 / 4 " long for the removing the racks , oven bottom or bake oven bake and baffles . broil burners . WHEN ALL ADJUSTMENTS ARE MADE AND THE RESULTS ARE SATISFACTORY 1 . Replace the orifice fitting cover . 2 . Replace the burner baffle ( flame spreader ) and screws . 3 . Replace the oven bottom . 4 . Replace the oven door . 14
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mnstaliation mnstructions When the trim is set in the proper position , [ ] ALTERNATE CONSTRUCTION tighten the 2 mounting screws . The top of PREPARATION the trim should be located below the cooktop edge to prevent pots , pans and skillets from [ ] OPTIONAL MAINTOP FILLER OR damaging the painted parts . BACKGUARD KIT Refer to the Standard Installation of the If counter opening extends to the wall , it will Range on page 6 . require Maintop Filler Kit ( supplied with the range ) or Backguard Kit ( JXS32XX ) to close the gap . _ . _ / Cooktop NOTE : If the countertop is greater than 25 " , it will show a gap between the backguard and wall or between filler kit and the wall . If the countertop is less than 25 " , a gap will occur between the countertop front and the control panel ends ( see Step 13G ) . _ _ . _ Range If you are using the optional backguard kit , I " Maintop filler refer to the backguard kit instructions for I " _ _ ( 2 ) # 8 installation details . screws i Wall [ ] FOR NON - BUILT - IN INSTALLATION ( END OF CABINET LOCATION ) Must be 25 " level When installing the range at the end of a cabinet section which will expose the unfinished side of the range , use Body Side Kit ( JXS77XX ) . Refer to the kit instructions for installation details . • Must be be | smooth cut flat flat Must be level 31 - 1 / 8 " [ ] ISLAND INSTALLATION Attach the Anti - Tip bracket per instructions in Step If you use the filler kit , place the metal filler 12 , making sure that the rear of the bracket is 25 " piece supplied with the range to the back from the front of the countertop . of the range as shown in the figure below . Start the 2 screws into the upper holes at the Be aware that the screws provided are long and outside rear of the range above the louvers may penetrate through the back of the island and through the slots in the trim , holding cabinets . In this event , use shorter screws { not the filler piece centered on the maintop provided ) or the screws provided should be used frame and pushing upward to close the gap in the floor ( see Step 12B for Wood / Concrete Floor between the bottom of the cooktop and the Installation ) . filler trim . Do not use Backguard Kit JXS32XX . 15
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nstaJiation nstructions INSTALL THE RANGE ( CONT . ) Please see L . P . conversion instructions [ ] ALTERNATE CONSTRUCTION supplied with this range when L . P . Gas PREPARATION ( cont . ) is used . [ ] FOR CABINET OPENINGS NOTE : Instructions are mounted on APPROXIMATELY 30 - 3 / 8 " regulator bracket . If range is installed in cabinet opening approximately 30 - 3 / 8 " , the Vertical Side Trim Kit ( JXS86XX ) should be used to cover gaps between range sides and cabinet . Refer to the kit IN SOME CASES instructions for installation details . [ ] With L . P . gas , some yellow tipping on the outer cone is normal . [ ] Foreign particles in the gas line may cause an orange flame at first , but this [ ] CABINETS OVER THE RANGE LESS THAN 30 " will soon disappear . SPECIAL NOTE : If a 30 " clearance between cooking surface and overhead combustible material or metal cabinets To convert the oven back to natural gas , cannot be maintained , protect the underside of the reverse the instructions given in making cabinets above the cooktop with not less than 1 / 4 " L . P . Adjustments . insulating millboard covered with sheet metal not Once the conversion is complete less than 0.0122 " thick . and checked ok , fill out the LP sticker and include your name , organization and the date the conversion was made . Apply the sticker near [ ] OPERATION CHECKLIST the regulator to alert others in the future that • Double check to make sure everything in this appliance has been converted to LP gas . this guide has been completed . Rechecking If converting back to natural gas from LP , steps will ensure safe use of the cooktop . please remove the sticker so others know the • Make sure all controls are left in the OFF appliance is set to use natural gas . position . • Make sure the flow of combustion and ventilation air to the cooktop is unobstructed . ADJUSTING LOW FLAME SETTING • The serial plate for your Range is located ON COOKTOP BURNERS under the oven door above the storage Low setting adjustments must be made with area . In addition to the model and serial two other burners in operation on a medium numbers , it tells you the ratings of the setting . This procedure prevents the low burners and the type of fuel and pressure flame from being set too low , resulting in the the cooktop was adjusted for when it left flame being extinguished when other burners the factory . are turned on . • When ordering parts , always include the serial number and model number to ensure [ ] Remove the valve control knobs . proper replacement parts . [ ] Through the opening , locate the valve bypass screw located on the lower right • Recheck Steps : Double check to make sure side of the valves . everything in this guide has been completed . Rechecking steps will ensure safe use of [ ] Using a small screwdriver , screw down the Range . the bypass screw fully in a clockwise rotation . 16 Printed in the United States
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