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Intl gas cooktops install 810127

GAS COOKTOPS
INSTRUCCIONES DE INSTALACIÓN
ISTRUZIONI PER L'INSTALLAZIONE
As you follow these instructions, you will
notice WARNING and CAUTION symbols.
This blocked information is important for the
safe and efficient installation of Wolf equip-
ment. There are two types of potential
hazards that may occur during installation.

signals a situation where minor injury or
product damage may occur if you do not
follow instructions.

states a hazard that may cause serious
injury or death if precautions are not
followed.

Another footnote we would like to identify is
IMPORTANT NOTE: This highlights informa-
tion that is especially relevant to a problem-
free installation.

WOLF® is a registered trademark of Wolf Appliance, Inc.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS:
This appliance shall be installed
Do not try to light any appliance.
in accordance with the regula-
Do not touch any electrical switch.
tions in force and only used in a
well ventilated space. Read the

Do not use any phone in your instructions before installing or
using this appliance.
Immediately call your gas supplierfrom a neighbor's phone. Followthe gas supplier's instructions.
If you cannot reach your gas Installation and service must be supplier, call the fire department.
performed by a qualified installer,service agency or the gas supplier.
Do not store or use gasoline orother flammable vapors and liquidsin the vicinity of this or any otherappliance.
The use of a gas cooking applianceresults in the production of heat andmoisture in the room in which it isinstalled. Ensure that the kitchen iswell ventilated; keep natural ventila-tion holes open or install a mechani-cal ventilation device (mechanicalextractor hood) Prolonged intensive use of the appli-ance may for additional ventilation,for example opening of a window, ormore effective ventilation, forexample increasing the level ofmechanical ventilation wherepresent.
IMPORTANT NOTE: This installation must
Proper installation is your responsibility.
be completed by a qualified installer,
Have a qualified technician install this service agency or gas supplier.
cooktop. You must also assure that electri-cal installation is adequate and in compli- IMPORTANT NOTE: Save these Installation
ance with all local codes and ordinances.
Instructions for the local inspector's use.
Prior to installation, ensure that the local Please read the entire Installation Instruc- distribution conditions (nature of the gas tions prior to installation.
and gas pressure) and the adjustment of Model Number
Installer: please retain these instructions
the appliance are compatible.
for local inspector's reference, then leave Proper gas supply connection must be them with the homeowner.
available; refer to Gas Supply Requirements Homeowner: please read and keep these
on page 10. Electrical ground is required; instructions for future reference and be sure see Electrical Requirements on page 11.
to read the entire Use & Care Information The adjustment conditions for this appli- prior to use.
ance are stated on the label (or rating IMPORTANT NOTE: This appliance must be
plate). The data plate can be found on the installed in accordance with local codes. The underside of the cooktop.
correct voltage, frequency and amperage mustbe supplied to the appliance from a dedicated,grounded circuit which is protected by aproperly sized circuit breaker or time delayfuse. The proper voltage, frequency, andamperage ratings are listed on the productrating plate.
Record the model and serial numbers beforeinstalling the cooktop. Both numbers are listedon the rating plate, located on the underside ofthe cooktop. Refer to the illustration below.
Location of rating plate under cooktop Rating plate location
Check the location where the cooktop will be installed. The location should be away Illustrations on the following pages provide the from strong draft areas, such as windows, overall dimensions, countertop cut-out and doors and strong heating vents or fans. Do installation specifications for Wolf gas not obstruct flow of combustion and cooktops. Maintain the following minimum ventilation air.
installation dimensions: This appliance is not connected to a Minimum horizontal clearance from the combustion products evacuation device. It sides and back of the cooktop cut-out to shall be installed and connected in accor- adjacent vertical combustible construction, dance with current installation regulations.
extending a minimum of 457 mm above the Particular attention shall be given to the countertop, is as follows: 178 mm from side relevant requirements regarding ventilation.
edges of cut-out for the 381 mm cooktop;229 mm from side edges of cut-out for the762 mm and 914 mm cooktops; 64 mmfrom rear edge of cut-out.
This cooktop is intended for indoor use.
Minimum vertical distance between thecountertop and combustible materialsabove the cooktop must be 762 mm.
Maximum 330 mm depth of overhead side cabinets directly above and within sideclearance.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Countertop opening
IMPORTANT NOTE: When installing a ventila-
dimensions shown on the following pages tion hood, refer to the specific requirements must be used. The dimensions shown provide of the hood for the minimum dimension to for required clearances.
These cooktops are designed to fit a standard610 mm deep base cabinet with a 635 mmdeep countertop. Before making the counter-top cut-out, verify that the cooktop will clear Failure to locate the cooktop without the
the side walls of the base cabinet below. There proper clearances will result in a fire
should be at least 140 mm clearance between the countertop and any combustible surfacedirectly below the unit.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Do not seal the cooktop
to the countertop. It must be removed if
service is necessary.
The illustrations below provide the overall IMPORTANT NOTE: When multiple cooktop
dimensions, countertop cut-out and installation units are installed side by side, refer to the specifications for Model ICBCT15G.
countertop cut-out dimensions on page 9.
For Model ICBCT15G, the gas service may besupplied through the floor if the cooktop is notinstalled above an oven. Refer to the illustrationfor specifics on placement of gas and electrical.
838 mm RECOMMENDED COMBUSTIBLE COOKTOP CUT-OUT LOCATION OF GAS SUPPLY MAY ALSO EXTEND 127 mm ON FLOOR FROM BACK WALL FLOOR FROM BACK WALL NOTE: Application shown allows for installation of two 381 mm modules side-by-side with 838 mm recommended cabinet width. 457 mm recommended cabinet width for installation of single 381 mm cooktop or module. *Minimum clearance from both side edges of cooktop cut-outto combustible materials up to 457 mm above countertop. **Minimum clearance from rear edge of cooktop cut-out to combustible materials up to 457 mm above countertop.
Minimum Cabinet Depth Minimum Height Clearance Unit dimensions may vary to ± 3 mm.
FRONT OF COUNTERTOP The illustrations below provide the overall If the Model ICBCT30G is installed above dimensions, countertop cut-out and installation cabinets, the gas and electrical placement is not specifications for Model ICBCT30G.
critical. A grounded outlet needs to be placedwithin 1.2 m of the right rear of the cooktop.
IMPORTANT NOTE: 838 mm wide cabinets are
recommended for installation of Model
IMPORTANT NOTE: When multiple cooktop
units are installed side by side, refer to thecountertop cut-out dimensions on page 9.
A Wolf 762 mm single built-in oven may beinstalled below Model ICBCT30G. For thisinstallation, unless you are using cabinetsdeeper than 610 mm, it is recommended thatthe electrical and gas supply be placed in thebase cabinet to the right of the oven. Refer toinstallation instructions provided with the built-in oven for additional specifications.
838 mm RECOMMENDED 762 mm OVEN OPENING *Minimum clearance from both side edges of cooktop cut-out to combustible materials up to 457 mm above countertop.
**Minimum clearance from rear edge of cooktop cut-out to combustible materials up to 457 mm above countertop.
COOKTOP CUT-OUT WIDTH Minimum Cabinet Depth Minimum Height Clearance Unit dimensions may vary to ± 3 mm.
FRONT OF COUNTERTOP The illustrations below provide the overall If the Model ICBCT36G is installed above dimensions, countertop cut-out and installation cabinets, the gas and electrical placement is not specifications for Model ICBCT36G.
critical. A grounded outlet needs to be placedwithin 1.2 m of the right rear of the cooktop.
IMPORTANT NOTE: 991 mm wide cabinets are
recommended for installation of Model
When a 914 mm built-in oven is installed below Model ICBCT36G, it is recommended that therough opening for the oven be 197 mm from A Wolf 914 mm built-in oven may be installed the floor to ease the use of the oven door.
below Model ICBCT36G. For this installation,unless you are using cabinets deeper than 610 IMPORTANT NOTE: When multiple cooktop
mm, it is recommended that the electrical and units are installed side by side, refer to the gas supply be placed in the base cabinet to the countertop cut-out dimensions on page 9.
right of the oven. Refer to installation instruc-tions provided with the built-in oven for addi-tional specifications.
RECOMMENDED CABINET WIDTH COOKTOP CUT-OUT WIDTH 914 mm OVEN OPENING *Minimum clearance from both side edges of cooktop cut-out to combustible materials up to 457 mm above countertop.
**Minimum clearance from rear edge of cooktop cut-out to combustible materials up to 457 mm above countertop.
COOKTOP CUT-OUT WIDTH Minimum Cabinet Depth Minimum Height Clearance Unit dimensions may vary to ± 3 mm.
FRONT OF COUNTERTOP If the gas cooktop is to be used with anycombination of additional cooktop units ormodules with a filler strip, the cut-out width iscalculated by adding the corresponding units' cut-out dimensions plus 32 mm for each addi- tional unit. Refer to the illustration below.
IMPORTANT NOTE: When multiple units are
installed side by side, each unit must have its vary according to
own separate recommended electrical circuit. When two or more modules are installedtogether, an integrated module filler strip(IFILLER/S) is recommended. Contact yourWolf dealer for information on these accessorycomponents.
1518 mm – FOUR MODULES WIDTH OR 1511 mm – 762 mm COOKTOP AND TWO MODULES OR 1276 mm – 914 mm COOKTOP AND ONE MODULE 1130 mm – THREE MODULES WIDTH OR 1124 mm – 762 mm COOKTOP AND ONE MODULE TWO MODULES WIDTH FRONT OF COUNTERTOP Countertop cut-out dimensions for installation of multiple cooktops
Provide a gas supply line of 19 mm rigid pipeto the cooktop location. A smaller size pipe on EXPLOSION HAZARD —
long runs may result in insufficient gas supply.
Securely tighten all external gas
Pipe joint compounds, suitable for use with LP gas should be used. For LP gas, piping or Failure to do so can result in explosion,
tubing size can be 13 mm minimum. LP gas fire or death.
suppliers usually determine the size and mate-rials used on the system.
If local codes permit, a flexible metal appliance must conform with
IMPORTANT NOTE: The gas cooktop must be
connector is recommended for connecting this local codes and
connected to a regulated gas supply. cooktop to the gas supply line. Do not kink or ordinances.
IMPORTANT NOTE: This installation must
damage the flexible connector when moving conform with local codes and ordinances. the cooktop. You will need to determine thefittings required, depending on the size of your IMPORTANT NOTE: The natural gas cooktop
gas supply line, flexible metal connector and is rated for elevations up to 2438 m without shut-off valve.
adjustment. Install a high altitude kit for eleva-tions from 2438 to 3084 m. The LP gas cooktop If rigid pipe is used as a gas supply line, a is rated for 3084 m.
combination of pipe fittings must be used toobtain an in-line connection to the cooktop. All The rating plate, located on the underside of strains must be removed from the supply and the burner box, has information on the type of gas lines so the cooktop will be level and in gas that should be used. If this information does not agree with the type of gas available,check with the local gas supplier.
G A S R A T I N G
Total Heat
Electrical
Types and
Output Gas Rating Appliance
Pressures
Category
Country of Destination
AT, DK, EE, FI, GR, IE, IT, LT, NO, PT, ES, SE, SI, SK, GB, CH BE, CZ, FR, GR, IE, NL, NO, PT, AT, DK, EE, FI, GR, IE, IT, LT, NO, PT, ES, SE, SI, SK, GB, CH BE, CZ, FR, GR, IE, NL, NO, PT, ICBCT30G/S-LP 1069 AT, DK, EE, FI, GR, IE, IT, LT, NO, PT, ES, SE, SI, SK, GB, CH BE, CZ, FR, GR, IE, NL, NO, PT, ICBCT36G/S-LP 1287 ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD —
IMPORTANT NOTE: For your personal safety,
Plug into a grounded 3-prong adapter.
this cooktop must be grounded. This cooktopis equipped with a 3-prong ground plug. To Do not remove ground prong.
minimize possible shock hazard, the cord must Do not use an adapter.
be plugged into a mating 3-prong ground-typeoutlet, grounded in conformance with all local Failure to follow these instructions can
result in electric shock, fire or death.

codes and ordinances. If a mating outlet is notavailable, it is the obligation of the customer tohave a properly grounded, 3-prong outletinstalled by a qualified electrician.
IMPORTANT NOTE: If codes permit and a
IMPORTANT NOTE: If product is connected to
separate ground wire is used, it is recom- a GFCI protected outlet, nuisance tripping of mended that a qualified electrician determine power supply may occur, resulting in loss of that the ground path is adequate.
product operation.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Check with a qualified
electrician if you are not sure whether the
cooktop is properly grounded.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Do not ground to a gas
A wiring diagram covering the control circuit for each Wolf gas cooktop model can be foundon page 15.
A 220-240 V AC, 50/60 Hz, fused electricalsupply is required. A time-delay fuse or circuitbreaker is recommended. It is recommendedthat a separate circuit serving only this appli-ance be provided.
Electronic ignition systems operate withinwide voltage limits, but proper ground andpolarity are necessary. In addition to checkingthat the outlet provides 220-240 V AC powerand is correctly grounded, the outlet must bechecked by a qualified electrician to see if it iswired with correct polarity. A wiring diagram isprovided in the literature package.
This appliance, when installed, must be electri-cally grounded in accordance with local codes.
Remove the cooktop, burner grates and burner caps from the shipping package.
Use a brush and liquid detergent to test all gas Lower the cooktop into the countertop cut-out connections for leaks. Bubbles around connec- opening. Center the cooktop in the opening tions will indicate a leak. If a leak appears, shut and check that the front edge of cooktop is off gas valve controls and adjust connections.
parallel to the front edge of the countertop.
Then check connections again. Clean all the Check that all required clearances are met. Use detergent solution from the cooktop.
a pencil to outline the rear edge of the cooktopon the countertop. Remove the cooktop fromthe countertop opening.
Never test for a gas leak with a match or
IMPORTANT NOTE: When repositioning the
other flame.
cooktop in the countertop cut-out opening, liftthe entire cooktop up from the opening toprevent scratching the countertop.
Remove the foam strip from the hardwarepackage. Apply the foam strip around thebottom of the burner box flush with the edgeas shown in the illustration below.
Reinsert the cooktop into the countertopopening. Check that the cooktop is parallel tothe front edge of the countertop. Lift the entirecooktop to make adjustments and align therear edge with the pencil line.
Attach the brackets to the burner box. Insertthe 89 mm clamping screws into the brackets.
Use a screwdriver to tighten the clampingscrews against the underside of the counter-top. Refer to the illustration below. Do notovertighten screws.
Foam strip application
If it is necessary to remove the cooktop forcleaning or service, shut off the gas supply.
The surface burners use electronic igniters in Disconnect the gas and electric supply.
place of standing pilots. When the cooktop Remove the mounting brackets on the right control knob is pushed in and turned to the and left side of the burner box and remove the position, the system creates a spark to cooktop. Reinstall in the reverse order and light the burner. This sparking continues until check the gas connection for leaks.
the electronic ignition senses a flame. If theburner fails to ignite after 10 seconds, returnthe knob to the position and attempt to ignite by turning the knob back to the position.
IMPORTANT NOTE: If the cooktop does not
operate properly, follow these troubleshooting
Be sure to place the burner heads and caps on each burner base and position the burnergrates over the burner bases and heads before Verify that power is being supplied to the To check operation of the surface burners, Check that gas valves are turned to the ON push in and turn each control knob to the position. The flame should light within four Check the gas supply and electrical connections to ensure that the installation If the burners do not light properly, turn has been completed correctly.
control knob to the position. Check that Follow troubleshooting procedures as the burner heads and caps are in the proper described in the Wolf Gas Cooktops position. Check that the power supply cord is Use & Care Information.
plugged in and that the circuit breaker orhouse fuse has not blown. Check operation If the cooktop still does not work, contact again, if the burners do not light properly at a Wolf authorized service center. Do not this point, contact a Wolf authorized service attempt to repair the cooktop yourself. Wolf is not responsible for service required tocorrect a faulty installation.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Initial lighting of the
surface burners may take slightly longer, as air
in the system must be purged before gas can
be supplied to the burner.
For service in your area, contact either yourWolf dealer or visit the Showroom Locatorsection of our website, wolfappliance.comto find the regional distributor by country.
When calling for service, you will need the cooktop model and serial numbers. Both numbers are listed on the rating plate,located on the underside of the cooktop.
Refer to the illustration on page 4 for location of the rating plate.
The information and images in this book are the
copyright property of Wolf Appliance, Inc., an
affiliate of Sub-Zero, Inc. Neither this book nor any
information or images contained herein may be
copied or used in whole or in part without the
express written permission of Wolf Appliance, Inc.,
an affiliate of Sub-Zero, Inc.

Wolf Appliance, Inc. all rights reserved.
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