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GE Profile JGP656 Series Technical Service Manual

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GE Consumer Home Services Training
TECHNICAL SERVICE GUIDE
Monogram/Profile
Gas Cooktop
MODEL SERIES:
JGP656
JGP6560
ZGU365
ZGU3650
PUB # 31--9056
08/00

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  • Page 1 GE Consumer Home Services Training TECHNICAL SERVICE GUIDE Monogram/Profile Gas Cooktop MODEL SERIES: JGP656 JGP6560 ZGU365 ZGU3650 PUB # 31--9056 08/00...
  • Page 2 If grounding wires, screws, straps, clips, nuts, or washers used to complete a path to ground are removed for service, they must be returned to their original position and properly fastened. GE Consumer Home Services Training Technical Service Guide Copyright © 2000 All rights reserved.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Table of Contents Cooktop Features and Controls ........2 Downdraft Vent Features and Controls .
  • Page 4: Cooktop Features And Controls

    Cooktop Features and Controls Throughout this manual, features and appearances may vary from the customer’s model. Feature Index 1. Vent* 2. Vent Filters* 3. Spillproof Burners (2 or 3) 4. Simmer Spillproof Burner 5. High-Power Spillproof Burner 6. Fan Speed Control* 7.
  • Page 5 cooking. The front right burner is the high-power burner for larger pans and fast boiling. WARNING: Be sure the burners and grates are cool before you place your hand, a pot holder, cleaning cloths, or other materials on them. Caution: Do not operate a burner for an extended period of time without cookware on the grate.
  • Page 6 Using Woks Recommended WARNING: Do not use woks that have support rings. Use of these types of woks, with or without the ring in place, can be dangerous. Placing the ring over the burner grate may cause the burner to work improperly, resulting in carbon monoxide levels above allowable current Not recommended standards.
  • Page 7: Downdraft Vent Features And Controls

    Downdraft Vent Features and Controls Throughout this manual, features and appearances may vary from the customer’s model. Raising or Lowering the Vent WARNING: Be careful when raising or lowering the vent. Be sure pots, pot handles, and other objects are clear of the vent cover and cannot be struck or tipped by the vent being raised.
  • Page 8: Care And Cleaning

    Care and Cleaning Proper care and cleaning are important for efficient and satisfactory service. WARNING: Before cleaning, be sure all burners are OFF and disconnect electrical power to the cooktop at the fuse box, circuit breaker panel, or cooktop power plug, located inside the cabinets beneath the cooktop.
  • Page 9 Cleaning Control Knobs Burner Grate To remove a control knob for cleaning, pull it straight up. Wash the control knobs in soap and water but do not soak. Avoid getting water into the control knob’s stem Burner Cap holes. Burner Head Burner Bowl GEA00268...
  • Page 10 Cleaning Burner Grates Cast-iron burner grates should be washed regularly and, of course, after spillovers. Wash them in hot, soapy water and rinse with clean water. Dry the grates with a cloth—don’t put them back on the cooktop wet. When replacing the grates, be sure they’re positioned securely over the burners.
  • Page 11: Installation Requirements

    Min. 8" Min. to Wall 8" Min. to Wall GEA00274 36" Gas Downdraft Cooktop - Models ZGU365 and JGP656 These downdraft systems with a blower, a motor, and ductwork will occupy Back of Countertop the cabinet below the cooktop. 36"...
  • Page 12 Before You Begin Important Safety Instructions Read these instructions completely and carefully. These cooktops have been design-certified by the American Gas Association. As with any appliance Note: Save instructions for local inspector’s use. using gas and generating heat, there are certain •...
  • Page 13: Cabinet Preparation

    Cabinet Preparation Cut Opening for Updraft Cooktop 8-13/16" Min. Cutout 8-13/16" Min. To Side to Side W all Wall 34-7/16" 18-5/16" 4-7/16" Min. 2-1/4" Min. From Front of Countertop GEA00295 • Allow at least 8-13/16 in. clearance from the Caution: Wall coverings, countertops, and right and left sides of the cutout to the adjacent cabinets should be able to withstand 200°F heat wall.
  • Page 14 Cut Opening for Downdraft Cooktop 2" 36" 22-1/4" 8-3/4" 2" 15" 34" 19" 1-1/4" min. 21" 34-5/8" 2-1/4" min. to 8-13/16" front edge min. to side walls 2" 5/16" GEA00277 Caution: Wall coverings, countertops, and The gas downdraft cooktop is designed to fit in a cabinets should be able to withstand 200°F heat 36-in.
  • Page 15 Power Supply Locations Gas Supply These cooktops are designed to operate on Electrical Supply natural gas at 4 in. of water column pressure, or WARNING: For personel safety, appliance must on LP gas at 10 in. of water column pressure. be properly grounded.
  • Page 16: Downdraft Vent Installation

    Downdraft Vent Installation Venting Options The downdraft vent is shipped with the discharge outlet pointing straight down. The outlet can be changed to left- Loosen screws to adjust blower left to right or right-side discharge. Side-to-Side Adjustments The blower mounting plate can be adjusted 3-1/2 in. to the left or right.
  • Page 17 Duct Fittings Table of Equivalent Lengths Note: Any home ventilation system, such as Total a cooktop with a downdraft exhaust Equivalent Number Equivalent mechanism, may interrupt the proper flow of Duct Pieces Length* Used Length combustion air and exhaust required by 1 ft.
  • Page 18 Install Downdraft Vent 1. Remove plastic ties on both ends at top of vent. Plastic Ties 2. Place downdraft vent into countertop cutout against back side. 3. Secure downdraft to countertop with supplied brackets (see illustration). • Fasten brackets to top screws on front side of vent and secure to cabinet side wall just below countertop, or •...
  • Page 19: Cooktop Installation

    Cooktop Installation Install the Pressure Regulator Note: Instead of using solid piping to connect to the pressure regulator, an approved flexible metal appliance connector may be used between shut- Regulator off valve and pressure regulator, if local codes permit. Appropriate flare nuts and adapters are Solid piping or flexible required at each end of the flexible connector.
  • Page 20 5. Apply the other gasket strip to underside of Electrical Connections of Downdraft glass at front of cooktop. 6. Remove remaining adhesive backing. 7. Position cooktop over opening, making sure that power cord is dropped into cabinet. 8. Lower cooktop into cutout, pressing gently and evenly to seat.
  • Page 21 Assemble Burners and Check Ignition Install Filters, Check Operation of Downdraft Assemble burner as shown. 1. To raise vent, turn VENT knob to RAISE/ LOWER. Hold knob until vent begins to rise. Vent will automatically stop when it is fully Burner Grate extended.
  • Page 22: Conversion To Lp (Propane) Gas

    1 Maxitrol LP adapter—WB01K055 • 1 Tie-on card/label for regulator Convert the Surface Burners If you do not have all above-listed components, contact the nearest GE Service and Parts Center. Burner Grate Total input rating after conversion: • Four-burner cooktop 35,000 Btu/hr.
  • Page 23 Four-Burner Cooktop Models Five-Burner Cooktop Models 4 Burner Cooktop Models 5 Burner Cooktop Models Location BTUs Orifice Size Burner Head Location BTUs Orifice Size Burner Head LF, LR 9,500 .89Lmm (II) 183D5612 LF, LR 9,500 .89Lmm (II) 183D5612 5,000 .63Lmm (I) 183D5613 9,500 .89Lmm (II)
  • Page 24 Check Quality of Flames (A) Yellow flames Call for service The combustion quality of burner flames needs to be determined visually. (B) Yellow tips on outer If burner flames look like (A), call for service. cones Normal for LP gas Normal burner flames should look like (B) or (C), depending on the type of gas used.
  • Page 25 Notes – 23 –...
  • Page 26: Accessories

    Accessories Downdraft Vent Assembly — JXBA56WW (White), JXBA56BB, (Black) This unit contains motor and blower assembly for downdraft applications and is required to complete installation. Be sure to order the color that matches the cooktop. Hidden Screws Blower Box Blower Blower Mounting Plate...
  • Page 27 Outdoor Remote Location Blower Mounting — JXRC57 Kit The blower and motor assembly can be mounted on an outside wall. This kit provides a means to mount the blower outside with a protective cover. Note: A 3-1/4 in. x 10 in. transition to 6 in. round is required.
  • Page 28: Removal And Replacement

    Removal and Replacement Burner Grate WARNING: Disconnect electrical power to the cooktop and turn OFF gas at the main valve before performing any removal procedures. Remove Venturi Assembly and Burner Bowl Burner Cap 1. Remove burner grate, burner cap, and burner head from cooktop.
  • Page 29 Remove Fan and Vent Switches Note: The fan and vent switches are removed similarly. 1. Remove the fan (or vent) switch knob. 2. From below cooktop, remove 17 screws and bottom pan. 3. Remove the 5/8-in. nut and fiber washer from the switch, and remove the switch.
  • Page 30: Schematics

    Schematics Caution: Label all wires prior to disconnection when servicing the controls. Wiring errors can cause improper and dangerous operation. Verify proper operation after servicing. TOP BURNER IGNITION SWITCHES PURPLE WHITE WHITE WHITE WHITE IGNITION UNIT TOP BURNER IGNITERS WHITE WHITE MICROSWITCH BLACK...
  • Page 31: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting g i l t i n t e l o l f o i t o i t c i f o l l o l l p i t a l f A.Yellow flames: Call for B.Yellow tips on outer C.Soft blue flames: Normal service.
  • Page 32: Parts Lists

    Parts Lists Model JGP656BB0BB View Catalog Description Qty. View Catalog Description Qty. WB02X9857 SEAL-COOKTOP TO WORKTOP NOT STOCKED NUT M4 31-20775 MINI-MANUAL (SNORKEL) WB56X10010 COVER 36" WB56X10004 PANEL GEAR MOTOR 49-80011 MANUAL-USE & CARE WB02X9857 SEAL GASKET WB07X10012 SLIDE WB02X10303 PIVOT ARM WB28K0145 ORIFICE-LP .78 LMM...
  • Page 33 Model JGP656WB0WW View Catalog Description Qty. View Catalog Description Qty. WB02X9857 SEAL-COOKTOP TO WORKTOP NOT STOCKED NUT M4 31-20775 MINI-MANUAL (SNORKEL) WB56X10010 COVER 36" 49-80011 PM USE & CARE MANUAL WB56X10004 PANEL GEAR MOTOR WB02X9857 SEAL GASKET WB07X10012 SLIDE WB28K0145 ORIFICE LP .78 LMM WB02X10303 PIVOT ARM...
  • Page 34: Warranty Information

    Model ZGU3650BB0BG View Catalog Description Qty. View Catalog Description Qty. WB02X9857 SEAL-CKTOP TO WORKTOP WB02K10037 GROUND PATH SHIELD 49-80012 MANUAL-USE & CARE WB57K10050 GLASS COOKTOP BLACK WB02X9857 SEAL GASKET WB02X9843 SEAL-DRIP PAN WB63K10022 CONTAINER BOX ASSEMBLY WB02X9243 INSTALLATION HARDWARE PK WB28K10022 ORIFICE-NG 1.50MM WB02K10044...
  • Page 35 Model ZGU3650WB0WG View Catalog Description Qty. View Catalog Description Qty. WB02X9857 SEAL-COOKTOP WB61K10007 GLASS COOKTOP (WH) 49-80012 MANUAL-USE & CARE WB02X9843 SEAL-DRIP PAN WB02X9857 SEAL GASKET WB02X9243 INSTALLATION HARDWARE PK WB28K10022 ORIFICE-NG 1.50MM WB02K10044 RETENTION BRACKET WB02X9846 RETENTION BRACKET WB28K10029 ORIFICE-NG 1.07MM WB28K10030 ORIFICE-NG 1.68MM...
  • Page 36 Model ZGU365DBB0BG View Catalog Description Qty. View Catalog Description Qty. WB02X9857 SEAL-CKTOP TO WORKTOP WB02X10303 PIVOT ARM 31-20775 MINI-MANUAL (SNORKEL) WB02X10306 ROLLER WB02X10310 FILTER 49-80012 PM USE & CARE MANUAL WB02X10307 SEAL WB02X9857 SEAL GASKET WB13K10005 SPARK MODULE 5+0 WB28K10022 ORIFICE-NG 1.50MM WB31K10057 GRATE DOUBLE (BLK)
  • Page 37 Model ZGU365DWB0WG View Catalog Description Qty. View Catalog Description Qty. WB02X9857 SEAL-COOKTOP TO WORKTOP WB56X10004 PANEL GEAR MOTOR 31-20775 MINI-MANUAL (SNORKEL) WB07X10012 SLIDE 49-80012 PM USE & CARE MANUAL WB02X10303 PIVOT ARM 49-8832 MANUAL-INSTAL. INSTRUC. WB02X10306 ROLLER WB02X9857 SEAL GASKET WB02X10310 FILTER WB28K10022...
  • Page 38 Any part of the cooktop which fails due to a defect in materials or workman- One Year From the date of the ship. During this full one-year warranty , GE will also provide, free of original purchase charge , all labor and in-home service to replace the defective part.
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