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jlbishop

05:39AM | 03/24/04
Member Since: 02/13/04
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What is the maximum indoor grill cooking height I can use for a jenn air? It's has to go over a existing appliance.

jim

DanO

08:42AM | 03/24/04
Member Since: 11/11/02
2271 lifetime posts
I do not believe there is a maximum height a cooktop can be installed but it could affect its usability. Exactly how high *above another appliance* it has to be installed would depend on the model of cooktop you're installing which should be outlined in its installation instruction.

BTW. For built-in appliance you should NOT make any final cabinet alterations *until you have the product in hand*. Manufacturers reserve the right to change product's specifications *at any time* which could mean the product you finally get may have different specifications to what may be listed on the manufacturer's web site or for a previous model.

JFYI

Dan O.

http://www.Appliance411.com/?ref411=Jenn-Air+cooktops

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jlbishop

01:12AM | 03/25/04
Member Since: 02/13/04
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The cooktop will rnd up to be 48". It's a 18" cooktop, the vent will have a 12" run to outside

JIm

BV005854

03:53PM | 09/29/14
My contractor finished the downdraft installation for my Jenn-Air gas cooktop. He ran it horizontally then up through the wall and finally up through the roof. Someone said the vent, to be safe, has to be vented to the outside, more or less horizontally. Help!
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