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Jenn-Air JMV9169B top cabinet stencil

I'm having trouble figuring out which areas to cut out for a FLAT bottom cabinet. I'm looking at the stencil. For item "I", Cut out for vertical (outside) exhaust only. This area is shaded and measures 5" x 11-3/4".
In addition, there is a CROSSHATCHED area that says "Cut out slot for smooth flat bottom cabinets only".
I have a Flat bottom cabinet. Do I cut out ONLY the cross hatched area or the entire shaded - cross hatched area? (It showes 6-5/8" to the edge of the cross hatched area then the same 11-3/4".

Also, for item "F", cut out 1-3/4" Diameter for electrical plug. Same thing. This area is shaded and is a circle of 1-3/4" diameter. Immediately above that is another crosshatched area measuring 4" long x 3/4" wide that says "Cut out slot for smooth bottom cabinets only". Again, do I cut out ONLY the cross hatched area or the entire shaded - cross hatched area? (circle and 4" x 3/4" area).

What are these additional areas for???

Thanks for the help.
Dave D.

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  • skeeter777 Nov 09, 2008

    Thanks for trying. I appreciate it.



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So Customer Service was no help, eh?

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I would suggest contacting Jenn-Air / Maytag / Whirlpool customer service on this one.

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Posted on Nov 07, 2008

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    William Miller Nov 09, 2008

    Ouch!! That hurt my ratings....

    So Customer Service was no help, eh?



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