1. Lay out and cut the cooktop cut-out far enough FORWARD
so downdraft will fit behind it.
2. Set cooktop in place and slide it as far forward as possible.
Center and square it with edges of countertop.
3. Place the plastic template against the back flange of the
cooktop and center it. Trace around template to mark the
4. Remove cooktop from countertop.
5. Cut downdraft opening. Be careful not to chip edges of
MOUNT THE UNiT
1. Set downdraft
into opening. Extend bveting
floor of cabinet so downdraft sits straight. (Note: Leveling
can be removed
positions. Bottom flange may have to face inward in tight
2. Secure the downdraft to the countertop as follows: Hold
the downdraft against the back of countertop cut-out and
tightening the 2 mounting screws (one on each end of
unit) on underside of countertop. Use a wood shim between
screw and underside of granite countertops.
3. Screw leveling
to bottom of cabinet.
screws holding leveling bracket to unit on each side.
BEFORE CUTTING HOLE tN CABINET
FOR DUCTWORK: Check for interference
joists, wall studs, emectricamwiring or plumbing,
1. Cut hole in cabinet as well as holes in wail or floor as
2. Mount the roof or wail cap and work back towards the
cabinet, attaching all ductwork, elbows and transitions as
previously planned. Tape all ductwork connections to make
them secure and air tight.
3. Connect ductwork (and transition, if required) to downdraft.
If necessary, LOOSEN nuts and screws that hold the blower
in place, and slide blower left or right to meet ductwork.
Re-tighten screws and nuts.
A 3-!/4" × 10" collar is provided for installers
who prefer to
rivet the ductwork
to the unit. This will allow blower to be
and repBaced easily in service