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ge . COm Safety Information . . . . . . . . 2 , 3 Operating / Care and Cleaning Instructions Charcoal Filters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 iV555 Grease Filters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 JVS . _ 6 Hood Lights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 JV565 Hood Surfaces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 JV566 Stainless Steel Surfaces . . . . . . . . 5 f17635 Vent Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 JV636 Installation Instructions . . . 6 - 15 f { ! 665 JV666 Troubleshooting Tips . . . . . . . 16 Consumer Support Consumer Support . . . . . . . . . . 20 _ 4 ' arranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Write the model and serial numbers here : Model # Serial # Find these nmnbers on a label on the back wall of the hood . 49 - 80438 08 - 08 Jfl
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IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMATION . READALLINSTRUCtiONSBEFOREUSING . SAFETYPRECAUTIONS WARNING - TOREOTUHRCEIESOKFFIRE , WARNING - TOREOTUHROEIESOKAF ELECTRICSHOCKORINJURY TOPERSONS , OBSERVE RANGE TOPGREASEFIRE : THEFOLLOWING : A . Ne _ vr leme surfiwe units unattended at high A , Use this unit onl ) in tile manner intended b ) tile settings . Boilo _ vI _ cause smoking and greas ) manutimturec If you hmv questions , contact the st / illovet _ that ma ) ig _ lim . Heat oils slowl ) on irlan tltilct tlreL low or medium settings . B . Before seIMcing or cleaning unit , switch power B . Always ttlrn hood ON when cooking on high heat off at seIMce panel and lock the service or when tiamb _ ing ti ) od ( i . e . Crepes Suzette , disconnecting means to prevent power fl'om CherriesJ ubilee , Peptlercorn Beef Flamb _ ) . being switched on accidentally . When the set \ ice C . ( ; lean ventilating tiros fl'equentb ' . Grease should disconnecting means cannot be locked , securel ? not be allo _ vd to accumulam on tim or filmt ; tiisten a prominent warning dexice , such as a tag , D . Use proper pan size . Allows use cookwm'e to the seIMce panel . appropriate titr file size of the surtime element . C . Do not use this unit with an } solid - state speed control device . WARNING - TOREOTUHRCEIESOKFFIRE , D . This unit must be grounded . ELECTRICSHOCKORINJURY TOPERSONS , OBSERVE THEFOLLOWING : CAUTION - FOCRENEVREANLTI _ TINC A . Installation _ ) I'k and electrical wiring must be USEONLYD . ONOTUSETOEXHAUSTHAZARDOUS done b ) qualified pelion ( s ) in accordance with OREXPLOSIVMEATERIALASND VAPORS . all applicable codes and standards , including fire - rated construction . WARNING - TOREBTUHCREEISOKF B . Sufficient air is needed titr proper combustion INJURY TOPERSONSIN THEEVENT OFA RANGETOP and exhausting of gases through the tue GREASEFIRE , OBSERVETHEFOLLOWING * : ( chimne } ) of filel burning equipment to pre _ ent A , SM OTHER FI , AMES with a close - fitting lkt , cookie back dratiing . Follow the heating equipment sheet or metal u'ay , then turn off the burne _ ; manufhcturer's guideline and safet ) standards BE CAREFUI , TO PREVENT BURNS . If the such as those published b ) the National Fire flames do not g _ ) ( ) tit immediateb ; E \ , _ CUATE Promction , _ ssociadon ( NFPA ) , the American AND CA [ i , THE FIRE DEPARTMENT . Societ ) titr Heating , Refl'igeradon and Air Conditkming Engineers ( ASHRAE ) and the B . NEVER PICK UP A FIAMING P : MN - - S % u ma ) be burned . local code authorities . C . When cutting or drilling into wall or ceiling , do C . DO NOT USE \ \ [ & TER , inchlding _ vt dishcloths or to _ vls - - a violent smaln eNllosion will result . not damage electrical wiring and other hidden utilities . D . Use an extinguisher ONIXitl D . Ducted thns must alwa ) _ be vented to the 1 . You know you hmv a ( ; lass ABC extinguisher ; o tltdooi's , and you alread } know how to operate it . 2 . The fire is small and contained in the area WARNING - TOREOTUHRCEIESOKFFIRE , where it started . USE ONLYMETALDUCTWORK . 3 . The fire department is being called . i _ 7Do not attempt to repair or replace an } part of 4 . You call fight tile fire with ) ' our back to all exit . your hood unless it is specificall ) recommended ill * Based on " _ tchen Firesatet ) Tips " published this gukte . ' All other selMcing should be referred to a qualified technician . b } NFPA . READANDFOLLOWTHISSAFETYINFORMATIOCNAREFULLY . READAND SAVETHESEiNSTRUCtiONS 2
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INSTRUCTIONDSESECUR / T / EMPORTANTES . USEZTOUTELSES / NSTRUCT / ONASVANTD'UT / USER . 9e.co , , PflccCAUTIOENNSMATlecRDEESCcCUfllTCc AVERTISSEMENT - poRu _ ROULEIRAEVERTISSEMENTR - _ OULIESEZ RISQUED'INCENDIED , ESECOUSSEELECTRIQUOEUDE RISQUED'UNFEUDEGRAISSEStIRLASURFACDEE BLESSURCEORPORELLOEB , SERVELZESPRE . CAUTIONS CUISSONDUFOUR : SUIVANTES : A . Ne laissezjamais _ lns sttr _ . eillazr , ( e k's tmiEds de ( cdssoz : , de S / llTfi / Ce _ l / 111 ( _ ten'q _ ( ' l'amre ( qe \ ' ( ' e . I , e bouillomlement A . N'uti ] iscz cot apparci ] qtte de ] + / mani , St'cprdvue pro le o ( c _ ksiOlllle des d ( ' bOl'del / / eI / tS filll / all [ S et gTaisse / lX q / li lid > ricant . Si _ , tms m , _ . ' zdes qtleStJOl / S , appelez k , Jitbricant . pemvm prendre ti'u . Chauflbz _ / li _ ' tt doux les substances B . Awmt de r ( ' pm : er ou de netto } er votl'e appareil , Imileuses , avcc un r ( , g - l _ / gehas ou moycn . d ( ' branchez le coti / ' _ uit att lliveatt 11 / 1 panneatl de service et verrouillez les mdcanismes de d ( , } ) l _ lllchellleil [ de B . Me _ tez toujours la hotte en marche quand vous cuisinez _ haute tempdrature ott quand vous [ hires SelT \ JC ( ! pOtll7 d \ itcr 1o / 11 bl'allch ( ' l / lel / t accJdente ] art flamber des aliments ( p . ex . crbpes Suzette , cerises Co / lral / t . Ni \ _ ) / lS lie pO / l _ ' z pas \ _ qTO / lillel " les Jubilee , g ( vut flambd Peppercorn ) . mdcanismes de ddbranchemem de service , auachez soignettselnellt / ill avertissell / ellt biell visible , C ( ) l / / ITIle C . Neuo \ ez les mdcanismes de _ vndlation [ i ' 6quenmlem . I1 ne [ but pas permem : e une accmnttlafion de graisse ttlle dtiquette , all l ) ai / l / eatl de service . sur le ventilateur ou sur le filuTe . C . N'ufilisezjamNs cet appareil avcc un m & anisme de D . Utilisez tree casserole de bomm taille . Utilisez toujottrs rdglag - e de la \ itesse fi semi - coilducteurs . ttll ustensile de cuisine qui coiivienlle all diambtre de D . Cet appareil doit 6tre bien mis 5 la terre . l'dl ( ' ment de cuisson . ATTENTION - UNIOUAEUMSEAONGrEE AVERTISSEMENTp - OURR _ OUtEIRE VENTILATIOGNE - NE - RANLE'U . TILISEZJAMAISPOUR RISQUED'INCENDIED , ESECOUSSEE . LECTRIQOUEUDE L'E - CHAPPEMEDNETMATIE - REESTDEVAPEURS BLESSURCEORPORELLOEB , SERVELZESPRE . CAUTIONS EXPLOSIVES . SUIVANTES : A . \ _ ms dcxez lid1 \ ' cx & mcr mus los trmaux d'installation AVERTISSEMENTP - ORU _ ROUtEIRE et de cfibl _ gc dlectrique pro7 / me persomm qualifi ( ' e , RISQUEDEBLESSURCEORPORELSLIEDELAGRAISSE COlll [ ) lTl / l £ ' ll / eIlt _ / [ OILS les codes et les I / OFI / / ( ! S eII PRENDFEllStIRLASURFACDEECUISSONDUFOUR , vigttem ; en pm : ticulier ceux de construction relatig SUIVEZLESINSTRUCTIONSSUIVANTES : * aux incendies . A . I ( TOUIqqZZ I . 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Usingthe hoodcontrols . Throughout this manual , features and appearance may vary from your model Rocker Switch Controls ( on some models ) Control Knobs ( on some models ) HI HI OFF OFF LOW NITE € # FAN ( _ LIGHT 0 , O FAN Control O FAN Control Turn to LO , MED , HIor MAXas needed . Press the rocker switch at the top to turn the tim on HI and at the bottom to turn it on LOW The center ( _ ondnuous use of the tim system while cooking position is OFF . helps kee I ) the kitchen com / iwtable and less hmnid . It also reduces cooking o ( lo _ and soiling moisture Continuous use of the tim system while cooking that create a fl'equent need for cleaning . helps kee I ) the kitchen comt0rtable and less humid . It also reduces cooking odox _ and soiling moisture O LIGHTControl that create a ti'equent need t0r cleaning . Tm'n to HI while cooking or to NITE t0r use as tIGHrControl a night light . Press the rocker switch at the top to turn the light ON while cooking . Press the rocker switch at the bottom t0r use as a night light . The center position is OFF . Careand cleaning of the venthood . Be sure electrical power is off and all surfaces are cool before cleaning or servicing any part of the vent hood . Reusable Metal Grease Filters The hood has 2 metal reusable To clean the grease f'flters , soak them and then sMsh them arotmd grease filte _ . in hot water and detergent . The metal filte _ trap grease released Don't rise alIllI / onia oi " alillilonia by leeds on the c ( ) oktop . They also products because they will darken help prevent flaming leeds on the the metal . Do not use abrasives or cooktop ti'om damaging the inside oven cleaners . I , ight brushing can ( ff the ho ( M . be used to remove embedded dirt . Rinse , shake and let them dry befiwe For this reason , the filter5 inust replacing . They may also be clemmd ALWAYS be in place when the hood in an automatic dishwasher . is used . The grease filte _ 5 should be cleaned once a month , or If it ever becomes necessary to replace NOTE . B " eforecleanlbgm , akesurethe as needed . the metal grease filters , they may be charcoaflilters , if presenta , reunclipped ordered from your GEsupplier andremovedSeetheCharcoaFl ilters To remove , press the filter locks sectlon . back and pull the filte _ 3 down and ot / t . To replace , insert the rear filter tabs in the fl'ame slots at the back of the opening . Push the filte _ up and lock 4 them into place .
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Careand cleaning of the venthood . gecom Charcoal Filters ( onsomemodels ) The charcoal filte _ 5 should NOTOEh " arcfoilate / arsrenot be replaced when they cannot be cleaned , includedwith the hood They are noticeably dirty or They must be replaced , must be ordered from your discolored ( usually after For30 hOodmOdels , Order [ GEsupplier 6 - 12 months , depending , egg , , . , emodise , . l , , vte , . ted on hood usage ) . foraGhoodmodOer / dse , _ tothe , , , . sidet , he . i , ' , , ' ill Kitno . WBO2XIiOOL be redrculated through NOTE : DONOTrinse , or put The charcoal filters are cfiooed nslde charcoal filters inanautomatic TheSe kits canbe ordered disposable d , arcoal lilte , s of each reusable metal grease filter dlshwashe _ from your GEsupplier that help remoxe smoke . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . a . . n . . d . . . . . . . . . o . . d . . o . . r . . s . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Painted Surfaces ( onsomemodels ) To dean the hood sm _ hce , use a hot , Do not rise steel - wool pads or otheF abrasive cleane _ . They will scratch damp cloth with a mild detergent suitable tbr painted sm'fimes . Use a the surfime , Wipe with a clean , hot , clean , hot , damp cloth to remo \ e soap . damp cloth after using cleansers . D U with a dry , clean cloth . Stainless Steel Surfaces ( onsome models ) Do not use a steel wool pad ; it will To inquire about pro'chasing stainless scratch the surface . steel appliance cleaner or polish , or to find the locadon of a dealer nearest To clean the stainless steel surfi _ ce , you , please call our toll - ti'ee number : use warn / sudsy water or a stainless steel National Parts Center cleaner or polish . Adwa ) : s wipe the 800.626.2002 suitace in the direction of the grain . Follow the cleaner instructions tor ge . com cleaning the stainless steel suHi _ ce . Hood Lights This hood requires two 1 ) ulbs ( not To chmlge the fght bulbs : induded ) , maximum 50 watts . [ ] ( ; rasp the bulb on the edges and tmscrew it . Pro'chase and install PAR20 , 50 W Maxim um halogen bulbs . [ ] Replace xfith the same size bull ) . \ . _ l _ en replacing a bulb , let it cool fi _ st . Make sure that power m the light has CAUTION : been turned off . Never allow a hot bull ) to COil / e into contact with _ ; IteI : E : , D : onot touchthehoodh ) ht bulbswhenthey areon . Theymaybehotenoughtocause WARNING : Troeduthcrees , kof injury electric shock , donot connectelectrical power E : , : Thehghtbulbsoperateat extremelyhl ) h to thehood without both bulbs in place . temperaturesIf . theyshatter , thehotglass couldcausepersonalinjun / 5
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Installation RangeHood Instructions Questions ? Call 800 . G £ CARES ( 800.432.2737 ) or Visit our Website at : ge . com I DUCTWORK REQUIREMENTS BEFORE YOU BEGIN NOTE : Read the ductwork sections only if you do not Read these instructions completely and carefully . have existing ductwork . If you have existing ductwork , . IMPORTANT - S . , e hese skip to the " Damage " section mad proceed . instructions for local inspector's use . The venting s ) : stem must exhaust to the outside . " IMPORTANT - Obse , , . e11 This hood can be vented vertically through upper goveYllill o codes add oYdill _ llices . cabinets or horizontally through an outside wall . Ductwork is not inclmled . , Note to Installer - Be sm'e to leave these instructions _ dth tile ( ] OllStlI / / eE Exhaust connection : , Note to Consumer - Keep these instructions Tile hood exhaust has been designed to mate with for hlttll'e refeiellce . standard 3 ¼ " x 10 " rectangular ducting or 7 " diameter ro / md ducting . , Skill level - Installation of this appliance requires basic mechanical and electrical skills . If a 6 " r ( mnd duct is required , a rectangula > to - ro / md transition adaptor must be used * . Do not use less thml , Completion time - 1 - 3 hours a 6 " dlameter duct . " Proper installation is tile responsibilit _ of tile installer . Maximum duct length : o Product failure due to improper installation is not For satisti _ ctory air movement , tile total duct length co _ ered under tile " v _ . u'l'ant ) . of a 3 ¼ " x l 0 " rectangulm ; 6 " or 7 " diameter ro / md " Use only _ ith approved cord kit , , JXHC1 . duct should not exceed 65 equivalent feet . NOTE : It's important that ducfing be installed using the most direct route and with as tew elbows as possible . FOR YOUR SAFETY : This ensm'es clear venting of exhaust and helps prevent blockages . Also , make sure dampers swhag freely mad WARNING - Before beginning tile nothing is blocking the ducts . installation , switch power off at service panel and lock Elbows , transitions , wall and roofcaps , etc . , the service disconnecting means to prevent power present additional resistance to airflow and are fl'om being switched on accidentally . When the service equivalent to a section of straight duct longer than their disconnecting means cannot be locked , securely actual physical size . When calculating the total duct tasten a prominent warning device , such as a tag , length , add the equiwflent lengths of all transitions and to the service panel . adaptm _ plus the length of all straight duct sections . The charts on the t011owing pages show wm how to calculate total equiwflent ductwork length using the approximate feet of equiwflent length of some typical ducts . * IMPORTANT : If a rectangula > to - ro / md transition adaptor is used , tile bottom corne _ of tile damper will have to be cut to fit , using tile tin snips , in order to allow flee uloveu / ellt of tile daI / lpeI ' , Equiwflent lengths of duct pieces are based on actual tests and reflect requirements fl ) r good venting perfl ) rmance with any hood . 6
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Installation Instructions Follow the guidelines for proper duct sizing in the ducth _ g charts . DUCTING CHART _ JV5 Series Models 3OO u . 250 7 " Round u - - . - - . _ . _ . 31 / 4 " x 10 " Rectangular 200 , m < 150 25 50 75 100 125 150 175 Equivalent Length ( feet ) DUCTING CHART _ JV6 Series Models 45O 400 7 " Round g . 350 31 / 4 " x 10 " 0 _ 300 , m < 250 200 0 25 50 75 100 125 150 Equivalent Length ( feet ) 31 / 4 " x 10 " Rectangular Transition to 6 " Round = 2 ft . 7 " Round 90 ° Elbow = 14 ft . 7 " Roof Cap = 39 ft . MAXIMUM DUCT LENGTH : For satisfactorx air movement the total duct length of a 3 ¼ " x 10 " rectangular ; 6 " or 7 " diameter round duct should not exceed 65 equivalent feet . 7
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Installation Instructions WORKSHEET - - CALCULATE TOTAL EQUIVALENT DUCTWORK LENGTH DUCT EQUIVALENT NUMBER DUCT EQUIVALENT NUMBER PIECES LENGTH x USED = TOTAL PIECES LENGTH x USED = TOTAL 31A " x10 " 1Ft . x ( ) = Ft , 6 " Round Ft . 24 Ft . x ( ) Rect , 18ft . w / o wall cap straight with Ft . damper ) x ( ) damper = Ft , 7 " Round , 1Ft . x ( ) straight 6 " Round Ft . 33 Ft . x ( ) roofcap = Ft , 6 " Round , 1Ft . x ( ) straight 6 " Round Ft . 2Ft . x ( ) to 31A " x10 " = Ft , 14Ft . x ( ) 3W ' x 10 " Rect . 90 ° O rect . elbow transition 31A " x10 " = Ft , 8Ft . x ( ) Ft . 6 " Round 4Ft . x ( ) Rect . 45 ° to J elbow 3W ' x 10 " rect . 31A " x10 " = Ft . 33Ft . x ( ) transition Rect . 90 ° 90 ° elbow flat elbow Ft . 7 " Round , 14Ft . x ( ) 31A " x10 " = Ft . 24Ft . x ( ) % 90 ° elbow Rect . ( 18ft . w / o = Ft . wall cap damper ) x ( ) Ft . 7 " Round , 9Ft . x ( ) with 45 ° elbow G damper Ft . 7 " Round 28 Ft . x ( ) 31A " x10 " = Ft . 2Ft . x ( ) wall cap ( 21ft . w / o Rect . to with Ft . damper ) x ( ) 6 " round damper transition Ft . 7 " Round 39Ft . x ( ) 31A " x10 " = Ft . 4Ft . x ( ) roofcap Rect . to 6 " round 7 " Round 1Ft . x ( ) Ft . transition to 90 ° elbow 3 _ A " x10 " rect . = Ft , transition 90 ° elbow ( _ 6 " Round , 12Ft . x ( ) 7 " Round Ft . 5Ft . x ( ) to = Ft . 3W ' x 10 " 45 ° elbow ( _ 6 " Round , 7 Ft . x ( ) rect . transition , Ft . Subtotalcolumn1 = 90 ° elbow Subtotalcolumn2 = Ft . MAXIMUM DUCT LENGTH : For satislhctov _ air i _ lo _ , eillent , the total ( h / ct length ot a 31 / ( ' x ] ( V ' rectangulm ; 6 " or 7 " diameter round duct should Subtotalcolumn1 = Ft . not exceed 65 equivalent feet . Totalductwork = Ft . 8
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Installation Instructions TOOLS YOU WILL NEED DAMAGE - - SHIPMENT / INSTALLATION • If the refit is dmnaged in shipment , return the unit to the store in which it was bought for repair or replacement . • If the refit is dmnaged by the customer , repair or Flatbladeand Phillips Pencil replacement is the responsibility of the customer : screwdrivers Ducttape • If the unit is damaged by the installer ( if other than the CtlStomer ) , repair or replacement illtlSt be made by arrangement between customer and installe _ : Saw ( saberor keyhole ) Electricdrill Metal snips ( in some MOUNTING SPACE Bottom edge of applications ) cabinet needs to be 30 " or the mcooking _ _ j _ _ J more fro 1 / 4 " pivoting Pliers Tapemeasure Wire stripper surface hexsocket . . . . . ; i . . . . . Flashlight Caulking Level 1 / 4 " Nutdriver PARTS INCLUDED PART QUANTITY Metal GreaseFilters 2 Mounting Screws 4 the hood ( for 3W ' x 10 " rect . venting ) ExhaustAdaptor / Damper 1 ExhaustAdaptor Screws 1 ExhaustAdaptor 1 ( for 7 " round venting ) NOTES : • This range hood is fin " installation oxer ranges up to • t - ) Wl ( le . Damperfor 7 " Round • If you are going to vent your range hood to the , I ExhaustAdaptor ( Obtain Locally ) outside , see the " Ducting Requirements " section for exhaust duct prepa ration . OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES These kits can be ordered from your GEsupplier . order Kit no . JXHC1 . I CordKit - - For both 30 " and 36 " models , CharcoalFilters - - JV5 Series only , if recirculating For30 " hood models , order Kit no . WBO2X11000 . For36 " hood models , order Kit no . WBO2X11001 . 9
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Installation Instructions [ ] CHOOSE VENT OPTION NOTE : Only , f V5 Set { es models may be recirculated . Detem _ ine the vent option that your installation will The . IV6 Series models cannot be recirculated . require fl'om the t011owing choices : IMPORTANT : If the hood is to be installed in a The outside vent exhaust option that vour installation requires will determine the hood knockouts that wm recirculating , non - vented ductless rammer , do not knock will use . out rely vent openings in the hood . Only an electrical access hole will be knocked out of the hood . Outside rear exhaust 10 " Outside top exhaust 10 " ( Horizontal duct _ 31A " x ( Vertical duct _ 3W ' x Rectangular ) Rectangular ) Outside top exhaust Recirculating ( Vertical duct _ 7 " Round ) ( Non - vented ductless _ Optional for JV5 Series models only ) 10
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Installation Instructions [ _ REMOVE WIRING COVER [ ] REMOVE EXHAUST ADAPTOR I ) , emove the 7 " round exhaust adaptor fron _ the top ot FROM THE JUNCTION BOX the hood . Set it aside along with its mounting screws . Remo _ e tile wMng cover fl'om inside tile hood . NOTE : Save tile screws ti ) r 3 - 1 / 4 " x 10 " rectangular Set tile cover and its mounting screw aside . ducted installation , if that is vom " chosen venting option . Wirino ? _ C _ _ z [ ] REMOVE FILTERS Remo _ e the protecti _ e , shiII _ _ iw , _ tihn from the edges of the metal grease filters . Press the filter locks back [ ] REMOVE WIRING KNOCKOUT and lift the filte _ ( ) / It . Set them aside . Remo _ e either file top or file back wiring knockout as needed and install an approved strain refief clmnp , Strainrelief clamp Filters 11
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Installation Instructions [ ] FOR 3 ¼ " x 10 " RECTANGULAR [ ] REMOVE DUCT KNOCKOUT ( S ) If recirculating , non - \ ented ductless ( optional for DUCTED DISCHARGE , IV5 Series models onl ) ) , see uote below and skip to INSTALLATIONS ONLY : Step 9 D aald proceed . The JV6 Series models cmmot be recirculated . Attach exhaust adaptor / da _ aper over knockout opening with two exha tlSt adaptor screws . Make sure Using a fiat blade screwdrixer , remove the appropriate damper pivot is nearest to top / back edge of hood . duct Mmckout ( s ) from the top or back of the hood . Remove tape fl'om damper flap . 31 / 4 " x 10 " Rectangular 7 " Round vertical Upto 1 " side - to - vertical discharge , discharge . Remove semi - sideadjustment Remove top rectangular circular duct knockout and top uct Top / back edge Exhaustadaptor / damper ( verticaldischargeposition shown ) NOTE : The exhaust adaptor / damper can be installed 31 / 4 " x 10 " Rectangular up to ] inch on either side of the hood center tl ) horizontal discharge . Remove accoululodate oflXceuter ductwork . ] u extreule off x rear rectangular duct knockout only . center installations , one end of the duct cmmector may need to be trimmed to clear the electrical cable clamp . NOTE : If the hood is to be installed in a recirculafing , non - vented ductless manne _ ; order charcoal filte _ , kit nmnber WB02X11000 fin " 30 " hood models , or kit nmnber WBO2X ] 1001 fin " 36 " hood models . [ ] FOR 7 " ROUND VERTICAL These kits can be ordered ti'om your GE suppliei : DUCTED DISCHARGE Skip to Step 9 D mad proceed . INSTALLATIONS ONLY : Re - install the 7 " round exhaust adaptor with its screws , removed in Step 2 trader the " Prepare the Hood " section . NOTE : The 7 " rotmd exhaust adaptor can be installed up to 1 inch on either side of the hood center to accommodate oflXcenter ductwork . In extreme off'center installations , one end of the duct cmmector may need to be trimmed to clear the electrical cable clamp . NOTE : The 7 " round damper is not included with this product , It can be purchased as a kit by calling 800.626.2002 . Order kit number JXDA22 . 12
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Installation Instructions D . Recirculating ( non - vented ductless - [ ] MARK HOLES Available on JV5 Series models only ) Select the _ ent option that _ our installation will require and proceed to that section : • Use the hood as a template and mark the locations on the cabinet for the electrical wiring and keyhole screw slots . A . Outside top exhaust ( Vertical duct - 31 / 4 " x 10 " Rectangular ) • Since the hood is to be recirculated ( not to be vented outside ) , do not cut out am xent ol ) enings , in the wall • Use the diagran _ or the hood as a template and or cabinet bottom . mark the locations ( m the cabinet for ductwork , electrical wiring and kevhole screw slots . Hood mounting screws ( 4 ) [ ] CHOOSE VENTING OPTION 131 _ 6 " ( 30 " hood ) 13 _ s / ' U ( 30 " hood ) ( 36 " ( for JV5 Series models only ) The hood can be set to vent outside or to recirculate air back into the kitchen . The plastic vent lever is located near the center of the hood opening . • To vent to the outside , make sure the plastic vent lever is in the HORIZONTAL position ( fiat against f Electricalaccesshole Woodshims ( recessed - ' t " the metal top of the hood ) . Center ( incabinetbottom ) bottomcabinetsonly ) line • To redrculate aM into the kitchen , make sure the plastic vent lever is in the VERTICAL position B . Outside top exhaust ( Vertical duct - 7 " Round ) ( fiat against the plastic blower housing ) . • Use the diagram or the hood as a template and NOTE : In order to change the vent lever position , mark the locations on the cabinet for ductwork , wm will need to pull the lever out slightly to clear electrical wiring and keyhole screw slots . the plastic tabs . Hoodmountingscrews ( 4 ) Setfor Setfor outsideventing recirculating 131 _ 6 " ( 30 " hood ) 131 _ 6 " ( 30 " hood ) hood ) 101 / / ' _ - Electrical access Wood shims ( recessed - Center hole ( incabinebt ottom ) bottom cabinets only ) line C . Outside rear exhaust Hoodshownlyingupsidedown ( Horizontal duct - 31 / 4 " x 10 " Rectangular ) • Use the diagram or the hood as a template and mark the locations on the cabinet for ductwork , electrical wiring and keyhole screw slots . Wood shims ( recessed - bottocmabinetsonly ) [ / _ . . . . . . . . . . . . CabinIet f ] ront " _ - - _ ' _ I _ _ * ' i _ 17As t 3 _ / _ 43 Horizont ; Iduct T f ICabinet , I \ \ [ bottom 1 _ - sw ' _ " 11 - - 51 / 4 , ' - - _ 1 \ | _ 127A6 " _ 15 _ _ 15 \ _ - - 13 _ A6 ( " 30 " hood ) 13 ' A6 " ( 30 " hood ) 161 _ 6 ( " 36 " hood ) 161 _ 1 ( 63 " 6 " hood ) Electrical access hole Hood mounting screws ( 4 ) Cente'r line Oowall )
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Installation instructions [ ] RUN WIRES [ ] FOR RECESSED - BOTTOM Run tile electrical wires through tile wall or CABINETS ONLY cabinet according to National Electx _ ical Code and applicable local codes . NOTE : DO NOT turn the power on until installation is complete . [ ] SCREW IN PARTWAY Drixe a mounting screw ( from the hardware packet ) partwa ) into each center of the narrow neck of the • If the cabinets have fl'ont , side or back trim , make keyhole slots marked on the cabinet bottom . 2 wood shims the width of the trim and attach them to the cabinet bottom recess on both sides . See Step 9 for marking locations . [ ] FEED IN WIRES i , ift the hood into position and feed the house [ ] CUT HOLES wiring throuoh _ the wirino _ knockout . Cut holes at marked locations for duct and electrical wix _ ing . For tile vertical duct , cut out 3 / 4 " extra towa rd th e t _ ' o nt of the ca bin et so you ca n move the duct i / " eely when installing tile hood . It may also ease [ ] SECURE HOOD installation by cutting the hole 10JA " instead of 10 " . Slide the hood back against the wall . Tighten the mounting screws . Be sure the screw heads are in the narrow neck of the keyhole slot . Mounting Keyhole ( 4 ) 14
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Installation Instructions [ ] CONNECT WIRING [ ] CONNECT DUCTWORK Cmmect house black to hood black wire , house TO HOOD white to hood white wire , and house grotmd to Use duct tape to make joints secure and air tight . hood green / ye , low wire . Securely tighten the strain relief clamp onto the house wiring . [ ] INSTALL LIGHT BULBS Pro'chase and install two PAR20 , 50 _ nmxinmm [ ] REPLACE WIRING COVER halogen bulbs . I , ight bulbs are not included with Replace the wiring coxer . the hood . WARNING : Toed . ctehe o , e , e , t ic shock , do not connect electrical power to the hood without both bulbs in place . L [ ] REPLACE FILTERS The installation is complete . Turn on power at serxice pane , , and test for proper operation . [ ] FOLLOW ELECTRICAL CODE Complete the electrical wiring according to National Electrical Code and local codes . NOTE ; This hood inust be pemmnently grom _ ded . Connect house wiring ( 120 VAC ) to hood wiring . TROUBLESHOOTING CHECKLIST It the hood seems to be operating at high speed when the control is not set on high , or if ventilation seems inadequate , check the tollowing : F _ I / 4mockouts not removed from hood . Damper blade not opening . Reduced airflow because the duct is too small or the duct length is too long . The duct is blocked . Undersized or restrictive wall or roof cap , 15
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Before you call for service . . . Troubleshooting - tips Save time and money ! Review the following chart first and you may not need to call for service . Possible Causes What ToDo Fan does not operate A fuse may be blown or a • Replace tuse or reset circuit breaker . whenthe switch is on circuit breaker may be tripped . Fanfailsto circulateair Excessively soiled filter . " x & ash and replace the filters . See the Reusable Metal Grease Filters section . ormovesair moreslowly thannormal Replace the filter if it is too soiled to clean . If it is not soiled , or if replacing the filter does not solve the problem , call for serxice . Fancontinuallycycles The motor is probably • Replace the filter if it is soiled . If it is not soiled , off and on overheating mid turning itself or if replacing the filter does not solxe the problem , off . This can be harmful to call for serxice . the motor . Filter may be excessively soiled . Vent lever is in the Air comingfromthe • Move the lever back to the HORIZONTAl , position front vent ( onsome VERTICAL position ( flat ( fiat against the metal top of the hood ) to vent models ) when # is against the plastic blower to the outside . See Step 10 in the Installation ductedto the outside housing ) for recirculating . lnstHictions fin " vent lever operation . This is normal if the hood has been installed to recirculate . / 6
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GERangeHood Warranty . All warranty service provided by our Factory Service Centers , Staple your receipt here . or an authorized Customer Care ® technician . Toschedule service , Proof of the original purchase on - line , 24 hours a day , visit us at ge . com , or call 800 . GE.CARES date is needed to obtain service ( 800.432.2737 ) . under the warrantz GE Will Replace : ii i i I One Year Anypattof the range hood which fifils due to a defect in materials or _ n'kmanship , Fromthe date of the During this limitedone - yearwarranty , GE will also provide , freeof charge , all labor and origina ! purchase in - home service to replace the defecti \ ' e part , : : Ji : : Service trips to your home to teach you how to use iJi : : Replacement of house fuses or resetting of circuit breakers . the product . ! i _ huproper h _ staJlation , delivery or maintenance . ! i _ : Dmnage to the product caused by accident , fire , floods or acts of God . _ : FaJhtre of the product if it is abused , misused , or used for other thm _ the intended purpose or used ! i _ : h _ cidentaJ or consequential dmuage caused by possible commercially . defects with this applimlce . iJi : : Dmuage caused after delivery . EXCLUSION OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES - - Your sole and exclusive remedy is product repair as provided in this Limited Warranty . Any implied warranties , including the impfied warranties of merchantabifity or fitness for a particular purpose , are limited to one year or the shortest period allowed by law . II This warranty is extended to the original purchaser and any succeeding owner for products purchased for home use within the USA . In Alaska , the warranty excludes the cost of shipping or service calls to your home . Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages . This warranty gives you specific legal rights , and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state . To know what your legal rights are , consult your local or state consumer affairs office or your state's Attorney General Warrantor . General Electric Company . Louisville , KY 40225 19
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ConsumerSupport . GEAppliancesWebsite ge . com Haxe a question or need assistance with your appliance ? Try the ( ; E Al ) pliances _ ebsite 24 hom _ a day , any dax of the year ' . For greater comenience and faster service , you can now download Owner s Manuals , order parts or e ' . en schedule service on - line . ScheduleService ge . com Expert GE repair se _ , ice is only one step awm from your doo _ : Get on - line and schedule your service at ( • 1 • your conxenience 24 hom _ any day ) t the veai Or call 800 . GE.CAI _ ES ( 800.432.2737 ) { hmng nomml business hom _ . RealLifeDesignStudio ge . com ( ; E supports the ILrni \ ' e _ al Design concel _ t - pro ( hwts , services and enviromnents that can be used by people of all ages , sizes and capabilities . _ \ ' e recognize the need to design fi _ r a wide range of i _ h ) : sical and mental abilities and impaim / ents . For details of GE's Universal Design applications , including kitchen design ideas for people with disabilities , check out our Website to & w : For the hearing impaired , please call 800 . TDD.GEAC ( 800.833.4322 ) . ExtendedWarranties ge . com Pro'chase a ( ; E extended warrant _ and learn about special discounts that are available while xour warrant _ is still in effect . You can purchase it on - line an ) time , or call 800.626.2224 during nomml business hom _ . ( ; E Consun / er Home Set \ ices will still be there after your warrant ' expires . PartsandAccessories ge . com Individuals qualified to service their own appliances can have parts or accessories sent directly to their homes ( VISA , MasterCard and Discover cards are accepted ) . Order on - line today , 24 hom _ evet ' _ ' day or by phone at 800.626.2002 dining nomml business hom _ . Instructions contained in this manual cover procedures to be performed by any user . Other servicing generally should be referred to qualified service personnel . Caution must be exercised , since improper servicing may cause unsafe operation . ContactUs ge . com If you are not safisiied with the service w ) u receive fl'om GE , contact us on our _ ' Vebsite with all the details including yore " phone ntlIl / beI ; or write to : Genei'al Manage _ ; Ctlstoil / er Relations GE Appliances , Appliance Park I , ouisville , KY 40225 RegisterYourAppl & nce ge . com Register your new applim _ ce on - lhae - - - at your convenience ! Timel _ product registradon will allow fiw enhanced communication and prompt service under the tem / s of wmr warranty , should the need arise . You may also mail in the pre - printed registration card included in the I _ ackiw " _ material . 20 Printed in Mexico
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