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Connect to Gas Supply

If connecting the gas with a flexible hose: Ensure the hose is long enough to allow for removal of cooktop for servicing.

NG Models

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  • Make sure to fit the supplied regulator.
  • Adjust to obtain a test point pressure of 1 kPa with all burners operating at highest setting.

LPG Models
If converting to LPG, see 'Converting to a different gas type'

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  • Make sure to fit the supplied test point adaptor.
  • Make sure the supply pressure is regulated to 2.75 kPa, with all burners operating at highest setting.

 

All Models

  • Make sure the connection point will be accessible with the cooktop installed. 
  • To enable the gas supply to be readily shut off by the customer, make sure the connection is fitted with an isolating valve close to the cooktop.

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If connecting the gas with a flexible hose:

  • Ensure the hose is long enough to allow for removal of cooktop for servicing.
  • Make sure the connector is located as shown in 'Clearance Dimensions'.
  • The hose assembly must be AS/NZS 1869 Class B or D certified, with an Rp ½” (ISO 7‐1) female thread connection.
  • The hose assembly must be as short as practicable and comply with relevant AS 5601/NZS 5261 requirements.
  • The hose must not be kinked, subjected to abrasion or permanently deformed.
  • The hose must not be near or in contact with any hot surfaces (e.g. base of metal hotlplate, flue, or chassis of underbench oven etc.)
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