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Clean the exterior stainless steel with a non-abrasive stainless steel cleaner. Apply cleaner to the microfiber cloth and run it along all stainless steel surfaces maintaining contact the entire time to prevent streaks. If you must reapply cleaner, go back over where you finished and continue on.
How do I check the electrical requirements for a downdraft?
Check local codes. Check existing electrical supply. See the “Electrical Requirements” section. It is recommended that all electrical connections be made by a licensed, qualified electrical installer. Location Requirements IMPORTANT: Observe all governing codes and ordinances. When installing the downdraft, use the minimum dimensions given.
What is needed for a downdraft cooktop?
The Basics. A downdraft cooktop is a normal gas, electric or induction cooktop with a built-in ventilation system. It uses proximity ventilation to attract fumes and grease during cooking. There’s no need for overhead ventilation or popup downdraft units that are installed behind the cooktop.
Measure the duct and cut a hole in an exterior wall to vent the exhaust with a wood or masonry saw as required. Remove dust and debris from the hole surface. Set the vent cap into place and attach it to the vent with sheet metal screws, then attach it to the exterior wall with wood or masonry screws. Ensure that the damper on the outside of the cap is positioned to cover the cap effectively. Caulk around the edges of the cap.