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Level of DifficultyA Bit Difficult
Time to do repair:1- 2 hours
ToolsPliers, Screw drivers
CustomerDonald from Friendswood TX
Connect the exhaust and wiring to the cook top
The new cook top required more room below to accommodate the exhaust fan.
First I removed the cabinet shelf that was in the way, using a saw and hammer.
Second, I tried to locate the transition exhaust part but could not identify the part until I found Partselect.com on the net. They had the diagrams showing the parts and placing the order with them was a snap.
Third, the transition exhaust was taped in position with aluminum tape.
fourth, I connected the wiring, with the electricity shut off at the breaker panel, as indicated on the placard attached to the cook top.
Fifth, and most difficult was running the 6 inch diamater exhaust duct to the outside vent. The vent was buried in the far back corner of the cabinets. The duct I used is aluminum and extends out to 8 feet in length. The metal tape was used to connect it to the transition exhaust.
It was a straight forward job with no real problems other than working in close quarters.