Introduction The new Profile Gas-on-Glass Downdraft Model These cooktops contain several new features, cooktops make an eloquent statement of style, such as glass cooktop surfaces, sealed burners, convenience, and kitchen planning flexibility. and a 400-CFM downdraft venting system. Whether chosen for its purity of design, attention The information on the following pages will help to detail, or both of these reasons–you’ll find these you service these cooktops effectively and...
Installation WARNING: Before beginning the installation, switch power off at the service panel and lock the service disconnecting means. When the service disconnecting means cannot be locked, securely fasten a warning tag to the service panel. Before You Begin... 30-in. Cooktop Dimensions Dimensions for reference only.
Installation instructions natural gas. Product failure due to improper installation is not covered under the GE Appliances Warranty. WARNING: If you are using LP (propane) gas, all adjustments described in the following steps must be made before attempting burner adjustments or Gas Supply using the cooktop.
Turn OFF Gas and Electric Supply Before you begin, turn OFF the gas supply at the shut-off valve. Disconnect the electrical supply from the cooktop. Front LP (Propane) Gas 10″ W.C.P. Burner Output Rating in BTU/HR Location BTUs Orifice Size LF, LR 8,500 0.84 Lmm...
3. Remove the plastic pin from the inside of the 2. Push down one control knob and turn to the nut, turn the pin 180 degrees and snap the pin LITE position. The igniter will spark and the back into the nut. burner will light.
reaches the desired size. Converting Back to Natural Gas 5. Perform a flame stability test with the downdraft Reverse the procedure for converting to LP, fan on HIGH. locating the orifices as follows: Flame Adjustments Note: The burners do not have air shutters adjust- ments and use nonadjustable orifices.
Any part of the cooktop which fails due to a defect in materials or workmanship. From the date of the During this full one-year warranty, GE will also provide, free of charge, all labor original purchase and in-home service to replace the defective part.
Cooktop Features and Controls Throughout this manual, features and appearances may vary from the customer’s model. 1 2 3 Feature Index 1 . Vent Grille 2 . Vent Grille Gasket 3 . Vent Filter (located under the vent grille) 4. Simmer Spillproof Burner 5.
Ignition System Sealed Gas Burners The surface burners are lit by electric ignition, The right rear burner will give the best simmer eliminating the need for standing pilot lights with results. The other burners are best for general constantly burning flames. cooking and fast boiling.
The Wok Holder fits on top of the cooktop grate to Using Stovetop Grills provide support and proper air circulation for WARNING: Do not use stovetop grills on your traditional round-bottomed woks only. Do not use sealed gas burners. Using the stovetop grill on flat-bottomed woks with the Wok Holder.
Burner and Top Removal WARNING: Disconnect electrical power to the cooktop and turn OFF gas at the main valve before Note: The cooktop does not need to be removed performing any removal procedures. from the countertop. Note: The cooktop itself is not equipped with a gas 1.
1/4-in. Screw 1/4-in. Screw 1/4-in. Screw Spark Module Bracket Screws 1/2-in. Nut 1/2-in. Nut 1/2-in. Nut GEA00774 5. Remove the bottom 2 screws securing the 4. Remove the 1/2-in. nut on the gas line to the jet spark module bracket from the right front side holder.
Manifold Removal Valve Removal 1. Remove the burners and top (see Burner and 1. Remove the burners and top (see Burner and Top Removal ). Top Removal ). 2. Lift the igniter switches off the valve stems. (Note the color and positions of the switches.) 2.
6. Remove the 1/4-in. screws (4) from the mani- Blower Assembly Replacement fold mounting brackets and remove the mani- (WB26X10072) fold from the burner box. Note: Blower assembly can be removed from the 7. Remove the 1/4-in. screws (4) from the mani- cooktop without removing the cooktop from the fold and remove the valves.
Capacitor Replacement (WB27X10363) WARNING: Disconnect the electrical power supply before servicing the capacitor. The capacitor is capable of storing voltage that could be lethal. Do not touch the bare connector terminals. 1. Remove the guard surrounding the capacitor shell. Some models have a flat plastic spacer between the capacitor shell and the motor.
Troubleshooting Problem Possible Causes What to Do The combustion quality • Use the illustrations below to determine if the burner Burner flames are of burner flames needs flames are normal. If the burner flames look like A, see very large, yellow, Flame Adjustments .
Problem Possible Causes What to Do • Clean filter per instructions. Clogged filter. Poor Venting • Open a window slightly to provide fresh air source. House too airtight. • Remove blockage from exterior wall cap. Wall cap obstructed. • Check exterior wall cap damper door for free move- Wall cap damper door ment or obstruction.
Schematics WARNING POWER MUST BE DISCONNECTED BEFORE SERVICING THE APPLIANCE BLACK XXXXXXXXXXXXX YELLOW S-18B S-18B S-18B S-18B G00X MEXICO 125 VAC 125 VAC 125 VAC 125 VAC .10 AMP. .10 AMP. .10 AMP. .10 AMP. GREEN RIGHT SIDE OF COOKTOP LEFT SIDE OF COOKTOP BLACK WHITE...