Table of Contents Table of Contents Introduction ......................2 Installation ......................3 Conversion to LP (Propane) Gas ................. 6 Specifications and Nomenclature5 ..............9 Warranty Information ....................10 Cooktop Features and Controls ................11 Mechanical Disassembly ..................15 Troubleshooting..................... 21 Component and Connector Locator Views ............
Introduction The new Cooktop Revitalization Gas Model These cooktops contain several new features, cooktops make an eloquent statement of style, such as glass or deepdish cooktop surfaces and convenience, and kitchen planning flexibility. sealed burners. Most all of the service proce- Whether chosen for its purity of design, assiduous dures for these cooktops can be performed attention to detail, or both of these reasons–you’ll...
Installation 36-in. Gas Cooktop with Sealed (Spill-Proof) Burners BURNER These gas cooktops are only 3 in. deep and GRATE can be installed over cabinet drawers. All models are shipped for natural gas BURNER operation. They can be converted for liquid propane use. BURNER HEAD Use these gas cooktops with any 36-in.
30-in. Gas Cooktop with Sealed (Spill-Proof) Burners These gas cooktops are only 3 in. deep and BURNER can be installed over cabinet drawers. GRATE All models are shipped for natural gas BURNER operation. They can be converted for liquid propane use. Use these gas cooktops with any 30-in.
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 •...
Conversion to LP (Propane) Gas The pressure regulator and the burner orifices are Install the LP Orifices set for natural gas. To use LP (propane) gas, the 1. Remove the top grates, burner caps, burner regulator and burner orifices must be converted. head, and spark igniter from the burner base.
4-Burner Cooktop Models 4-Burner Cooktop Models with 9,100 BTU/HR Burner on Right Front with 15,000 BTU/HR Burner on Right Front (See rating plate on bottom of appliance) (See rating plate on bottom of appliance) BURNER OUTPUT RATING:BTU/HR BURNER OUTPUT RATING:BTU/HR Natural Gas 4"W.C.P.
Adjusting Low Flame Setting 5. If the cause of sooting can not be found in the above checks, replace the orifice with one WARNING: The following adjustments must be having a smaller diameter opening. made before turning on the burner. Failure to do so could result in serious injury.
For burner BTU rate and orifice size, refer to the Conversion to LP (Propane) Gas chapter. Model Number J G P 9 6 3 B E C Product Grate Type J = GE Cooking Product C = Continuous Features Ignition System (Gas Models) G = Gas...
Cooktop Features and Controls Throughout this manual, features and appearances may vary from the customer’s model. The new gas cooktop revitalization encompasses over 20 models of gas cooktops. It includes 30-in., 4-burner and 36-in., 5-burner models in both deepdish metal and glass cooktop configurations. All gas cooktop revitalization models have spill-proof burners and electric ignition systems.
3. Unplug the wire from the base of the igniter. Note: The cooktop itself is not equipped with a gas shutoff valve. If installed correctly, a shutoff valve Burner and Top Removal will be in the main gas supply line “downstream” of the appliance pressure regulator.
Burner Bracket Removal Spark Module Removal 1. Remove the burners and top (see Burner and 1. Remove insulation material if applicable. Top Removal). 2. Note positions and unplug the wires to the spark module. 2. Remove the insulation blanket. 1/4-in. Screw 1/4-in.
Igniter Switch Removal Straight Straight Straight 1. Remove the burners and top (see Burner and Manifold Manifold Manifold Top Removal). 2. Unplug the wires to the igniter switch. Molded Molded Molded Color Color Lock Fit Lock Fit Indicator Indicator 5/8-in. Nut 5/8-in.
Igniter Switch Igniter Switch Straight Straight 1/4-in. 1/4-in. Manifold Manifold 5/8-in. Nut 5/8-in. Nut 1/2-in. Nut 1/2-in. Nut GEA00840 GEA00841 2. Lift the igniter switch off the valve stem. 3. Remove the 1/2-in. nuts (5) on the gas lines to the valves and remove the gas lines.
6. Remove the 1/4-in. screws (4) from the mani- Igniter Switch Igniter Switch Igniter Switch fold and remove the manifold from the burner box. 7. Remove the 1/4-in. screws (4) from the mani- fold and remove the valves. Brace Removal 1.
Troubleshooting Problem Possible Causes What to Do • Use the illustrations below to determine if the burner The combustion quality Burner flames are flames are normal. If the burner flames look like A, see of burner flames needs very large, yellow Flame Adjustments.
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 WHITE BLACK WHITE CLEAR CLEAR CLEAR IGNITION UNIT BURNER IGNITERS CLEAR CLEAR GEA00788 –...