1.3 Unpacking, moving and 

positioning the range

•  It is recommended that the grates, the 

griddle plate and burner heads, burner 
caps, front kick panel and oven racks be 
removed to facilitate handling. This will 
reduce the weight for moving.

•  When positioning the appliance during 

installation, do not use the door handle 
to lift up or move this appliance.

•  Remove the outer carton and packing 

material from the shipping base.

•  Remove angle-mounting brackets from 

the range.

•  Due to the weight, a dolly/fork lift with 

soft rubber tread wheels should be used 
to move this unit. The weight must be 
supported uniformly across the bottom.

•  The floor under the legs should be 

protected (wood, strips, carpet, 
paneling, etc.) before pushing the unit 
into position.

•  The anti-tip device must be installed, and 

the gas and electrical connections 
should be made before the range is 
placed in its final position.

•  Ensure that the burner caps are correctly 

positioned on the burner bases on the 

•  Legs should be installed near to where 

the appliance will be used as they are 
not secure for long transit. Keep the unit 
raised so the legs can be screwed into 
their couplings, then lower the range 
gently to prevent the legs and mounting 
hardware from being subject to any 
undue strain. Instead of tilting the unit, it is 
recommended that a pallet or lift jack be 

•  For proper performance the range must 

be leveled. The range is leveled by 
adjusting the four legs to ensure that the 
unit is on a perfectly level plane. To 
accomplish this, screw or unscrew the 
second part of the legs. The adjustment 
range of the screw is 1.37 inches (35 

CAUTION: This unit is designed as 
a cooking appliance. For safety 
purposes, never use it for warming 
the room or as a space heater.

NOTE: this appliance must only 
use the specific leveling legs 
provided by the manufacturer.