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CT Electric Cooktop Unframed to CE Electric Cooktop Contemporary Compatibility

Topics:

  • What CE Electric Cooktop replaces an unframed Electric Cooktop?
  • Is the CE Contemporary Electric Cooktop a direct replacement for earlier unframed Electric Cooktops?
  • Installation differences between the CT Electric Cooktop and CE Generation Electric Cooktops.
  • What changes have to be made when replacing CT30E/U, CT36E/U with CE304C/B, CE365C/B?
  • What are the differences in opening depth, width and height of CT Electric Cooktop and CE Electric Cooktops?

Answer:

Refer to the following chart for compatible new generation replacement Electric Cooktops.

"Old"
Unframed
Electric
Cooktop
"New"
Contemporary
Electric Cooktop
Proud Install DifferenceFlush (Recessed) Install DifferenceElectrical Differences
CT30E/UCE304C/BOpening Depth
  • No change
Opening Width
  • No change
Overall Dimensions
  • No change needed
  • The overall height of the New Generation Transitional Electric Cooktop is 1/4" less.
Opening Depth
  • No change
Opening Width
  • No change
Countertop Overall Dimensions
  • No change needed
  • The overall height of the New Generation Transitional Electric Cooktop is 1/4" less.
Electrical supply requirements stay the same: 240/208 VAC, 60 Hz, 40-amp circuit
  • No change
  • 4' flexible conduit is supplied with the unit stays the same.
CT36E/UCE365C/B

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