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Short answer is if you have the vents already in there is a product to make use of these. I would recommend talking to an appliance dealer for your options on this one. I am sure they would steer you in the right direction.
i have had trouble with this filter in the past, it seems they changed the body style years ago and the filter you have is for the new down draft
but your problem is not that hard,
you can buy the proper air filter at you local hardware store and make your own replacements for pennis on the dollar,
one 3.00 filte will get you between 3-9 filters
you want a charcoal filter you can just lay it in under the air grate
I can't imagine directing the downdraft vent back up to a traditional hood type system. Why bother, just don't use the downdraft or get a cooktop without a down draft and save money.
In granite, yes for any cooktop as long as someone can cut the correct size hole. Cooktops must be installed so the top is just about flush with the countertop. They all come with a template for cutting the right size hole in the countertop.
Since Jenn-Air has been acquired by Whirlpool, there have been an explosion of problems with their appliances.
Please research your intended purchase before deciding on a replacement:
Considering the array of early failures everyone seems to be having with appliances (US made and foreign) bought in the last few years, I couldn't even recommend a manufacturer any more.
hi i have a Jenn air down draft as well you should have a spring loaded flap like a dryer they sell them
separately, you can buy them at home depot or lowes that will stop some of the cold air coming in not all of it.
We're buying a JES9900BAF for an island and found ducting instructions in the installation guide. Go to jennair.com and find the page for your range model. Then click on the "Specs/Literature" tab (it's about 2/3 down the page). The installation guide is a PDF document.
are yours and hers both freestanding? (do they both have a drawer at the bottom?) if so measure the width to see if hers will fit. if so, turn off the circuit breaker to your stove. remove the drawer of your stove. do you see the plug? unplug it. now just slide it out toward you being careful not to damage the floor. installation opposite of removal.
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