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Tools Needed For Installation - KitchenAid 4366501 Installation Instructions

30" and 36" electric built-in ceramic cooktops
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30"
Cooktop
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Note: 24" min. clearance
if
bottom of wood or metal
cabinet
is protected
by not
less than i/4" flame retardant
30" min. base cabinet
is required. If cabinet
has a drawer, a 3-l/2" depth clearance from the
countertop to the top of the drawer (or other
obstruction)
in the base cabinet is required.
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millboard
covered
with not
less than No. 28 MSG sheet
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30" min. cabinet
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steel, 0.015" stainless
steel, or
width above cooktop
0.024" aluminum
or 0.020"
copper.
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30" min. clearance
between
top of cooking
platform
and
bottom
of unprotected
wood
or metal cabinet.
For minimum
clearances,
see Note.*
depth
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Do Not seal
cooktop
to
countertop.
iunction
box on
above the floor
line.
For new installations:
+28-718"
opening
width 4
/
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l-718" min. space to
front edge of countertop
l-112" m'in.
36" Cooktop
36" min. base cabinet
is required. If cabinet
has a drawer. a 3-l/2" deoth clearance from the
* 24" min. clearance
if
bottom
of wood or metal
cabinet
is protected
by
not less than l/4" flame
retardant
millboard
covered
with not less
than No. 28 MSG sheet
steel, 0.015" stainless
steel, or 0.024" aluminum
or 0.020" copper.
30" min. clearance
between
top of cookin
platform
and bottom
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unprotected
wood or
metal cabinet.
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countertop to'the top of the drawer (or other
obstruction)
in the base cabinet is required.
36" min. cabinet
width above cooktop
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For minimum
clearance:,
see Note.
18" min. clearance
upper cabinet
to
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junction
box on -
wall 12" or more
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above the floor
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For new installations:
634-718"
opening
width &,
l-718" min. s ace to
front edge o P countertop
Before you start...
Proper installation
is your responsibility.
Make
sure you have everything for correct installation.
It is the responsibility
of the installer to comply
with the installation
clearance specified on the
serial/rating
plate. The serial/rating
plate is found
on the bottom of the cook-top.
Check location
where cooktop will be installed.
The location should be away from strong draft
areas, such as windows, doors and strong
heating vents or fans. The cooktop should be
located for convenient
use in the kitchen.
Grounded
electrical
supply
is required. See
"Electrical requirements."
Important:
Observe all governing
codes and ordinances.
Failure to meet governing
codes and
ordinances
could lead to fire or electrical
shock.
NOTE: The clearances specified are for
combustible
walls and materials that have a
density or 20 or more pounds per cubic foot. No
evaluation
has been made for installations
adjacent to materials that are less than 20
pounds per cubic foot or to plastic tiles and
sheeting.
Countertop
opening
dimensions
that are
shown must be used. Given dimensions
are
minimum clearances and provide required 0"
clearance.
New installations
-follow
minimum
dimensions
given.
Replacement
installations
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Be sure that front
edge of cooktop is at least 1 -l/2" back from front
edge of countertop.
A built-under oven may be installed under this
cooktop if oven is approved for this type of
installation.
Check for approval label located on
top of oven. If label is not located, contact dealer
to confirm that oven is approved. Refer to oven
manufacturers
installation
instructions
for
approval and proper cutout dimensions.
When installing
cooktop
over a built-under
m oven, Do Not fasten cooktop to countertop with
clamps. Cooktop then will be easy to remove if
servicing is ever necessary.
ALL OPENINGS
IN THE WALL OR FLOOR
WHERE THE COOKTOP
IS TO BE INSTALLED
MUST BE SEALED.
Electrical
Shock Hazard
It is the customer's
responsibility:
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To contact
a qualified
electrical
installer.
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To assure that the electrical
installation
is adequate
and in conformance
with
National
Electrical
Code, ANSUNFPA 70
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latest edition**,
and all local codes
and ordinances.
Failure to do so could result in electrical
shock or other personal
injury.
Personal
Injury Hazard
Cabinet storage above the cooking
surface
should
be avoided.
If cabinets
are
already
installed,
reduce the hazard of
reaching
over a heated cooking
surface
by installing
a range hood.
The range hood should
extend a
minimum
of 5 inches out from the bottom
of the cabinets.
Reaching
over a heated cooking
surface
could result in a serious
burn.
Tools needed for
installation:

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