IMPORTANT SAfETY INSTRUCTIONS
fOR YOUR SAfETY
• For Personal Safety, remove house fuse or open
circuit breaker before beginning installation.
Failure to do so could result in serious injury or
• Be sure your cooktop is installed properly by a
qualified installer or service technician.
• To eliminate the risk of burns or fire due to
reaching over heated surface elements, cabinet
storage located above the surface units should
be avoided. If cabinet storage space is to be
provided, the risk can be reduced by installing a
range hood that projects horizontally a minimum
of 5" beyond the bottom of the cabinets. Cabinet
installation above the cooktop may be no deeper
• Make sure the cabinets and wall coverings
around the cooktop can withstand the
temperatures (up to 200°F) generated y the
• The cooktop should be easy to reach and lighted
with natural light during the day.
• Always disconnect the electrical service to
the cooktop before repairing or servicing the
cooktop. This can be done by disconnecting the
fuse or circuit breaker. Failure to do this could
result in a dangerous or fatal shock. Know where
your main disconnect switch is located. If you do
not know, have your electrician show you.
This appliance must be supplied with the proper
voltage and frequency, and connected to an
individual, properly grounded branch circuit,
protected by a circuit breaker or a time delay fuse
as noted on name plate.
We recommend you have the electrical wiring and
hookup of your cooktop connected by a qualified
electrician. After installation, have the electrician
show you where your main cooktop disconnect is
Wiring must conform to National Electrical Code.
You can get a copy of the National Electrical Code,
ANSI/NFPA No. 70-Latest Edition, by writing:
National Fire Protection Association
Quincy, MA 02269
The cooktop conduit wiring is approved for copper
wire connection only, and if you have aluminum
house wiring, you must use special UL approved
connectors for joining copper to aluminum.
You must use a two-wire, three conductor 208/240
VAC, 60 Hertz electrical system. A white (neutral)
wire is not needed for this unit. The cooktop must
be installed in a circuit that does not exceed 125
VAC nominal to ground.
Refer to the name plate on your cooktop for the
KW rating for your cooktop.
Name plate location