Gas Manual

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To get things started, lets make sure you have everything you need to complete the gas burner section.

1: Blue Bracket that is pre mounted to the oven.

2: Burner Assembly.

3: Gas Train.

4: 3 conduit whips running to the location of the burner.


Step 1. Attach the gas train to the burner assembly. Make sure to use properly rated pipe sealant.

Step 2. Mount burner assembly with the gas train attached to the blue bracket on the oven. Gas train should be parallel with the floor to the left side of the burner. Pressure Switches facing up.

Step 3. Locate the whips with one black lead and one white lead in them. One of these will attach the Low Gas pressure switch, and the other to the High Gas pressure Switch.

Step 4. Unscrew the cover of the Low gas pressure switch. Note the terminals inside. There will be a “Common”, “NO”, and a “NC”.  Attach the White lead to “NO” and the black lead to “Common”. Check to make sure the dial on the switch is set to 2” W.C.

Step 5. Unscrew the cover of the High Gas Pressure switch. Note the Terminals inside. There will be a “Common,” “NO”, and a “NC”. Attach the White lead to “NC” and the black lead to “Common”. Check the dial to make sure it is set to 13” W.C.

Step 6. Locate the two screws attaching the display on the burner assembly and remove them. This should allow you to flip over the display and view the wiring underneath. Note the three loose leads. Red, White and Black.

Step 7. Your last conduit whip will contain 3 wires. Red, White and Black. These three wires will attach to the right side of the burner assembly, through the conduit connector already installed there. Using a wire nut, Attach the white wire to the white wire on the underside of the display. Using a wire nut, Attach the Black wire from the whip to the black wire on the underside of the display. Using a wire nut, attach the Red wire to the Red wire on the underside of the display.

Step 8. This step should only be done by a licensed and insured contractor!!!!

Attach your gas supply to the supplied ¾” shut off. Check for leaks!!!! Note the position of the switches on the Low and High Gas Pressure Switches. Are they staying in the down position? If not, there is a gas pressure problem and a regulator may be needed.

Step 9. Once we have the gas pressure switches staying in the down position, we will move back to the main control panel for the oven.


This section should be completed by a Licensed Electrician!!!

The main control panel has a distribution block located at the top left corner inside the panel. These two terminals will be labeled “L1” and “Neutral”. There is also a terminal in the bottom left corner for a ground wire. Once power has been supplied to the unit we can close the control panel so we can see the face of it.

Step 10. Setting the temperature. You will see two temperature controllers on the faceplate of the control panel. To set the temperature, press the up or the down key on the controller briefly. Once it has been pressed you will see a small light in the bottom right-hand side of the display blinking. While this light is blinking the temperature may be changed. Both controllers will need to be set to the desired temperature.

Step 11. Turn on the call for heat by flipping the switch on the control panel labeled “HEAT”.

We should be up and running at this point. Flame should be assessed by a licensed contractor to ensure proper flame and CO levels.

Additional notes: On the burners display you will notice some wire terminals. In particular we are going to take note of 3 sets. CO/CO(already has a jumper between them), T1/T2(this is for running an external thermostat. If an external thermostat is not being used, a jumper wire from T1 to T2 is needed), and lastly BV/BV(this is for an additional airflow switch that your mechanical contractor may place on the exhaust vent. If not being used, a jumper wire must be placed from BV to BV).

If flame is failing to ignite, we may need to turn down the air band setting on the burner.