A. 25" and 36" Cooktops
The unit must be secure in place. Remove the burner
grates and burner pans. The top may then be raised
after removing the knobs and by lifting along the
front edge of tile top. Holes are provided in tile front
and rear of the burner box to secure the unit to tile
cabinet (see figure 4).
B. 30" Cooktops
Unit Clam Down information
Once the cooktop is installed in tile counter opening,
you must clamp the unit down as shown.
To clamp down, insert the bracket with tile offset side
of the angle into the slots on each side of the unit.
The thumb screw should then be run through the
bracket, up against tile bottom of the counter.
Tighten until the unit draws down (figure 5).
The cooktops covered in these instructions are designed
to operate on natural gas at 4" of manifold pressure or
on LP gas at 10" of manifold pressure.
A convertible pressure regulator is supplied with each
surface unit and MUST BE CONNECTED IN SERIES
between tile supply line and tile valve manifold
regardless of which type of gas is being used.
The convertible regulator for the surface units must be
located and turned in such manner to allow for easy
access to the convertible feature.
the maximum inlet pressure to
the regulator must not exceed 14" of water column
(W.C.) pressure for both LP and Natural Gas.
For checking the regulator, tile inlet pressure must be at
least 1 " (or 2.5 kPa) greater than the regulator manifold
pressure setting. If the regulator is set for 4" of manifold
pressure, the inlet pressure must be at least 5". If the
regulator is set for 10", tile inlet pressure must be at
least 11 ".
A manual shut-off valve must be installed on the gas
supply line, external to tile unit and where it can be
easily reached for tile purpose of turning the gas to the
unit on and off.
The gas supply line to the cooktops should be _/2" or 3A"
Seal all openings in the wall behind the cooktop and in
the floor under the cooktop after gas supply line is