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Connect The Range To The Gas Supply; For Servicing - Kenmore 79041093100 Installation Instructions Manual

30" dual fuel slide-in range
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Connect the range to the gas supply
Impartant:
Remove all packing
material
and literature
from range
before
connecting
gas and electrical
supply.
To prevent
teaks, put pipe joint sealant
on aii external
pipe threads.
Your regulator
is in location
as shown in figure
3.
Do not allow
regulator to rotate an
pipe
when
tightening
fittings.
Connection
to Pressure
Regulator
The regulator
is already
installed on the appliance.
Do not make the connection
too tight.
The regulator
is die cast. Overtightening
may crack the
regulator
resulting
in a gas leak and possible
fire or
explosion.
Manual
GAS FLOW
Pressure
Shutoff
Flare
_"
Flare
Regulator
Valve
Union
Union
Nipple
Flexible
NJpple_
Access
Off
Connector
Cap
All connections
must be wrench-tightened
Figure
9
Assemble
the flexible
connector
from the gas supply
pipe to the pressure
regulator
in the following
order:
1. manual
shutoff
valve
(not included)
2. 1/2" nipple
(not included)
3. 1/2" flare
union adapter
(not included)
4. flexible
connector
(not included)
5. 1/2" flare
union adapter
(not included)
6. 1/2" nipple
(not included)
7. pressure regulator
(included)
Use pipe-joint
compound
made
for
use with
Natural
and
LP/Propane
gas to seal all
gas
connections.
If
flexible
connectors
are
used,
be certain
connectors
are
not
kinked.
The supply
line
must
be equipped
with
an approved
manual
shutoff
valve.
This valve
should
be located
in
the same
room
as the
range
and
should
be in a location
that
allows
ease
of opening
and
closing.
Do not block
access
to the shutoff
valve.
The valve
is for turning
on or
shutting
off gas to the appliance.
t_
Shutoff Valve =
Open position
Once
regulator
is in place,
open the shutoff
valve in the
gas supply
line. Wait
a few minutes
for gas to move
through
the gas line.
Check
far
leaks.
After connecting
the range to the gas
supply,
check the system for leaks with a manometen
If a manometer
is not available,
turn on the gas supply
and use a liquid
leak detector
(or soap and water)
at
all joints and connections
to check for leaks.
Do not use a flame
to check for leaks
from gas connections.
Checking
for leaks with a flame
may result in a fire or explosion.
Tighten
all
connections
as
necessary
to
prevent
gas
leakage
in the range
or supply
line.
Disconnect
this
range
and
its individual
manual
shutoff
valve
from the gas supply
piping
system during
any pressure testing
of that
system at test pressures
greater
than 1/2 psig (3.5 kPa or 14" water
column).
Isolate
the range
from
the gas supply
piping
system
by closing
its individual
manual
shutoff
valve
during
any pressure testing
of the gas supply
piping
system at test pressures equal
to or less than
1/2 psig
(3.5 kPa or 14" water
column).
LP/Propane
Gas Conversion
This appliance
can be used with Natural
gas or LP/
Propane
gas. It is shipped
from the factory
for use with
natural
gas.
If you wish to convert
your range for use with LP/
Propane
gas, use the supplied
fixed orifices
located
in a bag containing
the literature
marked
"FOR LP/
PROPANE GAS CONVERSION."
Follow the instructions
pad<aged
with the orifices
for surface,
oven and broil
burners
conversion.
The conversion
must be performed
by a qualified
service
technician
in accordance
with the
manufacturer's
instructions and all local codes
and
requirements.
Failure
to follow
these instructions
could
result in serious injury or property
damage.
The qualified
agency
performing
this work assumes
responsibility
for the conversion.
Failure to make the appropriate
conversion
can result in serious personal
injury and
property
damage.
Moving
the Appliance
for Servicing
and Cleaning
Turn off the range
line fuse or circuit
breakers
at the
main power
source, and turn off the manual
gas shut-off
valve. Make
sure the range
is cold. Remove the service
drawer
(warmer
drawer
on some models)
and open the
oven door. Lift the range
at the front
and slide it out of
the cut-out
opening
without
creating
undue strain on the
flexible
gas conduit.
Make
sure not to pinch the flexible
gas conduit
at the back of the range
when replacing
the unit into the cut-out
opening.
Replace
the drawer,
close the door and switch
on the electrical
power
and
gas to the range.
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