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Installation Instructions Professional Gas Cooktops 48 " Natural Gas Models ZGU48N4G ZGU48N6R ZGU48N6D 48 " LP Gas Models ZGU48L4G ZGU48L6R ZGU48L6D 36 " Natural Gas Models ZGU36N6 ZGU36N4R ZGU36N4D 36 " LP Gas Models ZGU36L6 ZGU36L4R ZGU36L4D 0 Monogram . *
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Installation Instructions THESE C00KTOPS SHOULD BE INSTALLED CAUTION : RBeaEd tFheOse RinsEtructYionOs cUompleBtelEy GandIN IN CONJUNCTION WITH A SUITABLE carefully . OVERHEAD VENT HOOD . Due to the high heat capacity • IMPORTANT - Save these instructions for of this unit , particular attention should be paid to the local inspector's use . hood and duct work installation to assure it meets local building codes . • IMPORTANT - Observe all governing codes and ordinances . • Note to Installer - Be sure to leave these CES CUISINIERES D01VENT ttTRE MISE EN GARDE : instructions with the Consumer . • , MONTt _ ES C0NJ01NTEMENT AVEC UNE • Note to Consumer - Keep these instructions for HOTTE A EVACUATION DE PLAFOND APPROPRIt _ E . future reference . Etant donn _ la grande capacit _ thermique de cet • Skill Level - Installation of this cooktop requires appareil , une attention particuli _ re dolt _ tre port _ e basic mechanical and electrical skills . au montage de la hotte et du systeme de gaines pour • Completion time - 1to 3 hours . s'assurer qu'il est conforme aux codes du b _ timent Jocaax . • Proper installation is the responsibility of the installer . • Product failure due to improper installation is not Standard countertop and island installations : covered under the Warranty . A 1200 CFM hood is recommended for 48 " ceokteps . A 600 CFM hood is recommended for 36 " cookteps . WARNING : Hoods should be 24 " rain . deep and the same width This , appliance must be properly grounded . as the cooktop . See Electric Supply , page 6 . Island installations : Check local building codes for the proper method of AVERTISSEMENT : Cet appareil dolt _ tre mis _ la terre gas cooktop installation . Local codes vary . Installation , ad _ quatement . Voir la section _ Alimentation electrical connections and grounding must comply _ lectrique _ ) _ la page 6 . with applicable codes . In the absence of local codes , the cooktop should be installed in accordance with the For Monogram local service in your area , National Fuel Gas Code ANSI 223.1 - 1990 and National 1.800.444.1845 . Electrical Code ANSI / NFPA 70 - 1990 . For Monogram Service in Canada , call 1.888.880.3030 . For Monogram Parts and Accessories , call CTheAseUcoToktIoOps Nare : extremely heavy . Due 1.800.626.2002 . to the weight and size of the cooktop and If you received a damaged cooktop , you should contact to reduce the risk of personal injury or damage to the your dealer . product , TWO PEOPLEARE REQUIRED FOR PROPER INSTALLATION . In the Commonwealth of Massachusetts : • This product must be installed by a licensed plumber or gas fitter . Ces cuisini _ res sent extr _ mement Iourds . MISE EN GARDE : • When using ball type gas shut off valves , they shall Tout dOmontage rOduira consid6rablement be T - handle type . leur poids . En raison du poids et de la taille de la • A flexible gas connector , when used , must not cuisiniOre , dent la manipulation risque d'entraTner exceed 3 feet . des IOsions corporelles ou des dommages au produit , DEUX PERSONNES SONT NECESSAIRES POUR PROCEDER _ , UN MONTAGE ADt _ QUA'E
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Design Information CONTENTS Installation Instructions Design Information Models Available . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 . Step 1 , Remove Packaging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 . Accessory Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 . Step 2 , Cut the Countertop Opening . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Product Dimensions and Clearances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Step 3 , Install the Cooktop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 . Installation Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 . Step 4 , Connect Cooktop to Gas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 . Advance Planning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Step 5 , Connect Electrical . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 . Step 6 , Assemble Burners , Check Ignition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Finalize Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . 0 Installation Preparation Installation Checklist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . 0 Tools and Materials Required . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 . Power Supply Locations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 . Install the Cooktop Backsplash Accessory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 MODELS AVAILABLE 36 " Natural Gas Models : These cooktops are factory set for either natural gas or liquid propane gas . Order the model for your ZGU36N4D - 4 gas burners and griddle installation situation . ZGU36N4R - 4 gas burners and grill 48 " Natural Gas Models : ZGU36N6 - 6 gas burners ZGU48N4G - 4 gas burners , grill and griddle 36 " Liquid Propane Gas Models : ZGU48N6R - 6 gas burners and grill ZGU36L4D - 4 gas burners and griddle ZGU48N6B - 6 gas burners and griddle ZGU36L4R - 4 gas burners and grill 48 " Liquid Propane Gas Models : ZGU36L6 - 6 gas burners ZGU48L4G - 4 gas burners , grill and griddle ZGU48L6R - 6 gas burners and grill ZGU48L6B - 6 gas burners and griddle BACKSPLASH ACCESSORIES All models require 12 " rain . clearance to a vertical combustible surface at the rear . A backsplash " HighBacksplashWith accessory is available for installations with less than 12 " clearance to the back wall . Order a 12 " high backsplash or 22 " high backsplash with warming shelf . Backsplash for 48 " Models : ZX12B48HSS - 12 " high backsplash ZX22B48HSS - 22 " high backsplash with warming shelf ( 2 piece ) Backsplash for 36 " Models : ZX12B36HSS - 12 " high backsplash ZX22B36HSS - 22 " high backsplash with warming shelf ( 2 piece ) INSTALLATION NOTE : A custom backspash may be constructed of non - combustible back wall materials such as ceramic tile , brick , marble or other stone .
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Design Information PRODUCT DIMENSIONS AND CLEARANCES 48 " Wide Models atollation T Refer Hood 36 * Min to inst Combustible 18 " Min instructions Material From Cookinge Allow Additional Clearance Surfac Belowthe CooktopBurner Boxfor the Regulatorand GasConnections 22 - 3 / 4 " Min 36 " Wide Models 8 - 7 / 16 " 36 " Min to Allow Additional Clearance Combustible Installation 12 " Minto Below the CooktopBurner Material From Instructions Combustible Boxfor the Regulatorand Cooking Gas Connections Material Surface LEach Side _ 1 / 2 " 22 - 3 / 4 " Min \ \ \ o J \ / 12 " Min to Combustiblesor O " Min to Combustibles 9 - 1 / 2 " 2B - 5 / 8 ' _ ] T with 12 " or 22 " Backsplash 36 " Min . 3 / 4 " _ _ i _ h to Combustibles \ 12 " HighBacksplashv - - O " Clearancle 4
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Installation Preparation INSTALLATION OPTIONS ADVANCE PLANNING These cooktops can be installed in standard 24 " or Refer to " Dimensions and Clearances " for appropriate deeper 25 " cabinets . placement and necessary clearances when planning the installation . • In 24 " deep cabinets , the front of the cooktop will project approximately 1 - 7 / 8 " beyond the front of the • Cabinetry cannot be installed directly above the countertop . cooktop . • We recommend the installation of a vent hood above • In 25 " deep cabinets , the cooktop will be flush with the front of the countertop . the cooktop surface . - The vent hood must be at least 24 " deep . • The stainless surface of the cooktop will be 1 / 2 " - The vent hood must be at least the same width as higher than adjacent countertop . the cooktop . • Cooktop fits flush to rear of cutout ; no additional support is required . - For 48 " models , we recommend the vent hood blower be 1200 CFM . _ , _ 26 - 5 / 8 " - For 36 " models , we recommend the vent hood blower be 600 CFM gh 22 _ ' Backsplash • Refer to hood installation instructions for height High with Shelf Back dimensions . High _ 2 _ • Working areas adjacent to the cooktop should have Counte _ op 18 " minimum clearance between countertop and Level cabinet bottom . 1 / 2 " _ • Clearance between cooktop and side wall or combustible material must be at least 12 " on each side . Belowthe BurnerBoxfor GasConnections • These cooktops require 8 " free space below the countertop to house the burner box . Additional 4 " to Cente clearance is required below the burner box for the of Gas inlet on the Left gas regulator and connections . Connections should I12 " be routed to limit interference with drawers or other cabinetry features . CabinetFace - ProiectingControl • Allow 12 " rain . clearance at the back to combustible CabinetFace - FlushControl materials . Cooktop 2 " AboveAd ] acent • Allow 36 " rain . above the cooking surface to combustible materials . • Installation must conform with local codes . In the absence of local codes , the gas cooktop must comply with the National Fuel Gas Code , ANSI Z223 . 1 / NFPA . 54 , latest edition . In Canada , installation must conform with the current Natural Gas Installation Code , FrontProectsOutwardas Shown CAN / CGA - B149 . 1 or the current Propane Installation FromStandardDepthCabnets Code , CAN / CGA - B149 . 2 , and with local codes where applicable . This cooktop has been design - certified by Cuoktup jacent CSA International according to ANSI Z21 . 1 , latest edition and Canadian Gas Association according to CAN / CGA - I . I latest edition . ont FrontFlushWith Cabinets - a Minimum of 25 - 3 / 4 " CabinetDepthRequired
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Installation Preparation TOOLS REQUIRED MATERIALS REQUIRED ( not supplied ) • Saw • Pipeandfittings as required • Measuring tape • Manual gas line shut - offvalve • Carpenter's square • Gaspressure regulator ( supplied ) • Large flat - blade screwdriver • Gas - resistantpipe jointsealant • Pipe wrench • 5 foot , 5 / 8 " AGA - certified flexible metal gas supplyline ( length must comply with local codes ) - If required by local codes , use solid pipefittings . NOTE : Purchase new flexible line . DO NOTUSEOLD , PREVIOUSLYUSEDFLEXIBLELINE . POWER SUPPLY LOCATIONS • For rigid connection , locate the pipestubwithin area shown . Gas Supply : • Install a manual shut - off valve in the gas line , in an easily • The pressure regulator must be connected in series with the accessible location . manifold of the cooktop and must remain in series with the supplyline regardless of the type of gas being used . ElectricSupply : • The natural gas models are designed to operate at 5 " water These cooktops must be suppliedwith 120volt , 60Hz . , and column pressure . A regulator is required at the natural gas connected to an individual , properly grounded branch circuit sourceto provide a maximumof 7 " water pressureto the protected by a 15amp circuit breaker ortime delay fuse . cooktop regulator . The power cord of this appliance is equippedwith a • The liquid propane models are designedto operate at 10 " three - prong ( grounding ) plug which mates with a standard water column pressure . A regulator is required at the LP three - prong grounding wall receptacle to minimize the source to provide a maximumof 14 " water pressure to the possibility of shock hazard from this appliance . cooktop regulator . If the electrical service provided does not meetthe above • These gas cooktops are supplied with 1 / 2 " NPTfemale gas specificationsi , t is recommendedthat a licensed electrician connection located at the left rear corner . install an approved outlet . • A minimum 5 / 8 " dia . metal flexible line is required . DONOT , UNDERANY CIRCUMSTANCESC , UTORREMOVE THETHIRD ( GROUND ) PRONGFROMTHEPOWERCORD . - Use5 - foot long 5 / 8 " flexible metal tubing . ( Length must comply with local codes . ) DONOTUSEAN EXTENSIONCORDWITH THISAPPLIANCE . • Locatethe electric supplywithin the area shownor within reach of the cooktop's six foot power cord . • To avoid tangling cord with items storedin the cabinet , locate the receptacle on rear wall , inside the cabinet . 7 " for 36 " Models , - - . 17 " for 48 " Models Receptacle Box Cove _ _ _ Locate Gas Supply 2 " Maximum / j " _ Three Prong Receptacle _ Protrusion FromWall or on Floor 2 " From Watt 6
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Installation STEP 1 REMOVE PACKAGING Use a hand - truck to move this cooktop . • Flatten the carton and use a piece as a pad on the bottom and back of the hand - truck . Uft the cooktop onto Before moving the cooktop indoors : the hand - truck standing on its end , with the bottom of the cooktop resting against the back of the hand - truck . • Remove outer carton and packing . • Remove the straps holding the cooktop to the skid . Move the cooktop indoors : • Remove the grates and drawer , below the knobs If door and passageways into the installation location are ( on grill and griddle models ) . less than 30 " wide , remove the cooktop knobs . • Remove grill and / or griddle covers . DO NOT ATTEMPT TO REMOVE A GRILL OR GRIDDLE ASSEMBLY . STEP 2 CUT THE COUNTERTOP OPENING AHow CJearancex AHow CJearance Bebw the Burne ¢ Bo Below the Burne ¢ Box for the Regulatorand for the Regulator andns Gas Connections GasConnectio i 1 / 2 " 48 " wide modelsare designedto fit in48 " orwider basecabinets 36 " wide modelsaredesignedto fit in36 " or wider basecabinets Measure carefully when cutting the countertop . Make sure sides of the opening are parallel . • These cooktops require 8 " free space below the AdiacentCabinet countertop to house the cooktop burner box . • Allow additional clearances below the burner box to install the regulator and make house supply connections . Use a 90 ° elbow to route the gas connections and limit interference with drawers or other cabinetry features . • These cooktops are designed to hang from the CounterSunk countertop from its rear and side flanges . Screws • Smooth any rough edges on the countertop before installing the cooktop . • Support cleats can be secured to cabinet sides . - Formica countertop edges must be finished . OR The countertop must be strong enough to • Build a support deck or box inside the cabinet which support the weight of the cooktop . will support the weight of the cooktop . - Build the support box using a solid material , cut a 5 " x 5 " square in the left rear corner for the gas inlet and power cord clearances .
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Installation STEP 3 INSTALL COOKTOP • Lower the cooktop into the opening . Make sure the cooktop is evenly seated and supported . A side frame gasket will seal the cooktop to the countertop . • " L " brackets with screws are provided to secure the cooktop to the countertop or to adjacent cabinetry . ° _ AIternate Bracket - Alternate screw hole locations on the sides of the Screw Holes cooktop allow for varying thicknesses of countertops or side cleats . • Select the bracket location ; secure the bracket to the cooktop with 2 screws . " k " Bracket • Drive one screw through the bottom of the " L " bracket J and into countertop or side cleats . STEP 4 CONNECT COOKTOP TO GAS A manual shut - off valve must be installed where it will be accessible . L Cooktop Burner Box \ \ \ Assure that gas is turned off at the shut - off valve . Note : Pipe stub extends • Install the supplied pressure regulator onto the end about I " below burner box . _ Gas inlet of the gas inlet . • You can install a 90 ° elbow ( net supplied ) onto the Regulator gas inlet and route the gas connections to avoid ( Supplied ) interference with drawers or other cabinetry features . • Make sure the regulator is installed in the right direction . See arrow on the underside of the regulator . purFlexibleing SolidPi NOTE : Instead of using solid piping to connect to Connector pressure regulator , an approved flexible metal appliance connector may be used between the pipe stub and the shut - off valve to the pressure regulator , if local codes permit . • Appropriate flare nuts and adapters are required at each end of the flexible connector . IMPORTANT : Disconnect the cooktop and the individual shut - off valve from the gas supply piping system during WARNING : Do net use a flame tO check for gas leaks . any pressure testing of that system at test pressures greater than 1 / 2 psig . Isolate the ceoktep from the gas supply piping system by closing the individual manual shut - off valve to the cooktop during any pressure testing AVERTISSEMENT : II ne faut pas atiliser de flamme pour v _ rifier of the gas supply piping system at test pressures equal s'il y a des fuites . to or less than 1 / 2 psig . • Turn on gas and check for leaks : - Use a liquid leak detector at all joints and connections in the system . 8
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Installation Plug power cord into properly grounded receptacle . I STEP 5 CONNECT ELECTRICAL I STEP 6 ASSEMBLE BURNERS , CHECK IGNITION Assemble burners as shown . Check to be sure that burner heads and caps are securely seated . Pin ( s ) must f Burner Cap completely engage holes to ensure proper assembly . BurnerHead - . • Check for proper ignition : ( Brass } - Push in one control knob and turn 90 ° to Lite position . LocatorPins _ - The igniter will spark and the burner will light ; the BurnerRinQ igniter will cease sparking when the burner is lit . ( Aluminum _ _ - First test may require some time while air is flushed oat of the gas line . - Turn knob to OFE - Repeat the procedure for each burner . IMPORTANT : If the igniter electrodes continue to spark after the burners are lit , check that each Toaid reassembly , each brass burner head is burner component is assembled and seated properly marked with a cluck face . Replace the burner by observing constant gaps between each layer . head with the arrow painting to the rear of the cooktop ( 12 o'clock position ) Disassemble and reassemble as required . • Burner flames should be blue and stable with no yellow or yellow tips , excessive noise or lifting of the flame from the burner . If any of these conditions exist , check that the burner ports are not blocked .
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Installation FINALIZE INSTALLATION Place the burner grates over the burners . Press corner The griddle has two leveling screws beneath the rear of the grate to the cooktop . The grates should be seated flue cover that can be used to adjust to the desired slope . and should not rock . The center screw is for shipping purposes only and can be removed . The grill and griddle are secured with screws atthe front . They are designed to be stationary and should not be removed . INSTALLATION CHECKLIST Double check to make sure everything in this manual When ordering parts , always include the serial number , model number and a code letter to ensure has been completed . Rechecking steps will ensure safe use of the cooktop . proper replacement parts . Make sure all controls are left in the OFFposition . Recheck Steps : Double check to make sure everything in this manual Make sure the flow of combustion and ventilation air has been completed , Rechecking steps will ensure to the cooktop is unobstructed . safe use of the cooktop . The serial plate for your cooktop is located beneath the ledge trim on the left side , just above the left knob . In addition to the model and serial numbers , it tells you the ratings of the burners and the type of fuel and pressure the ceoktep was adjusted for when it left the factory . 10
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Installation INSTALL 9 " or 12 " HIGH BACKSPLASH Slotsfar Verticat _ Adjustment • Install and level the range or cooktop according to the Sacksection installation instructions . • Remove the backsplash packaging . Select the back , wall mount panel with mounting screw slots . 1 / 8 ' L • Mark a horizontal line on the wall , 1 / 8 " above the range / cooktop backguard . Sack , • Use wood screws or fasteners ( not supplied ) to secure the back section to the wall . Slide the panel up or down to provide the 1 / 8 " gap between the top of the Front section range / cooktop and the bottom of the backsplash . Supplied This 1 / 8 " gap allows the appearance or front section \ to overlap the mounted rear panel . • Secure the appearance panel to the mounted back section with the # 8 self - tapping screws provided . Install 3 screws on each side and 5 across the top . INSTALL 22 " HIGH BACKSPLASH • Install and level the range or cooktop according to the Slotsfor installation instructions . O @ Vertical Adjustment Back • Remove the backsplash packaging . Select the back , wall section . q - mount panel with mounting screw slots . • Mark a horizontal line on the wall , 1 / 8 " above the range / cooktop backguard . • Use wood screws or fasteners ( not supplied ) to secure the back section to the wall . Slide the panel up or down lip to provide the I / 8 " gap between the top of the BackguardJ range / cooktop and the bottom of the backsplash . This 1 / 8 " gap allows the appearance or front section to overlap the mounted rear panel . • Attach the shelf to the front section of the backsplash using screws and nuts supplied . • Secure the appearance panel to the mounted back section with the # 8 self - tapping screws provided . Install 3 screws on each side and 5 across the top . WARNING : Front section _ , The back section must be securely fastened to S _ pplied - - Sack \ the wall . Failure to do so could cause damage or # 8 Screws section " personal injury . Maximum shelf weight capability is 10 Ibs . AVERTISSEMENT . " La section arri0re doit 0tre fix0e solidement S * ippli _ ed # 8Screws _ , sur le mur . Le d0faut de proc0der ainsi peut causer des dommages mat0riels ou des 10sions corporelles . La capacitO de charge maximale de I ' 0tagOre est de 4,5 kg ( 10 Ibs ) . 11
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