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This model may be used as an exhaust or filter hood. Since these instructions cover more than one type of hood within the same series, it may be that reference is made to components that do not form part of the hood that you are installing. If evacuation is available (exhaust duct or air flue) we recommend using the hood in the exhaust version to discharge all the kitchen vapours and odours outdoors.
The hood has the following controls: 2/1 general switch (the appliance is turned off) 2/2 ight switch 2/3 speed switch
The hood must be connected by the spigot (supplied as part of the hood) to a duct to vent all the exhausted air outside the kitchen. Over horizontal areas, if any, the duct must be slanted out about 10% upwards of the hood in direction towards the outside. Note â The shorter the exhaust duct is and the fewer bends there are in it, the more effective will the cooker hood be. When using the exhaust version, follow these rules: Do not connect the exhaust hood to chimneys, flues and air ducts serving the room. Before venting into exhaust flues and ducts no longer in use, ask for the approval of the person or agency responsible for the building. The evacuated air must not be led into a warm air duct.
Note â When performing maintenance operations, disconnect the plug from the socket. Vapours and odours in the air are exhausted first through the grease filter and then (if the hood is in filter version) through the odour filter. The efficiency of the appliance depends on the condition of the filters.
This absorbs vapour-suspendend grease particles and protects the kitchen and furniture from greasy residues. There are three different types: 1. Acrylic It can be washed at more or less frequent intervals depending on how often the hood is used. ln any case, it should be washed every thirty days of hood operation. To do so, wash the filter by hand in warm soapy water (do not wring the filter, press it in a cloth to dry). 2. Special paper (not washable) with red diagonal lines on the top of the sheet. Change the filter when the diagonal lines are visible from below through the grille holes. 3. Aluminium layers The filter should be washed every 10 - 15 days (in normal operating conditions). Dip the filter into a degreaser solution or put it in the dish washer. Make sure not to damage the filter which is made of several layers of thin alloy, by hitting or crushing it.
Suggestions for using the hood in exhaust position
When an exhaust hood and a heat source requiring ambient air (e.g. gas, oil, coal stoves, etc.) are used at the same time, attention is required because the air necessary for combustion is exhausted from the room through the hood and this creates depression. There is no such danger when the maximum depression in the room is 0,04 mbar. In this condition no exhaust gas from the heat source is piped. To assure this condition, make openings in the room which cannot be closed (doors, windows, etc. are not sufficient) and through which the air necessary for combustion can freely flow. Note â All the exhaust ductwork in the apartment or house should be studied. In case of doubts, get advice or authorization from the person or agency responsible for the building. When using gas burners, gas ovens etc. as well as when using the hood in the filter version, these precautions are not necessary.
Active carbon odour filter
The exhausted air passes through the active carbon filter and is cleaned. This filter cannot be washed and must be replaced depending on how often the hood is used (about twice a year).
This version is used when no exhaust duct to the outdoors is available. The air is purified by an active carbon filter and recycled into the room. Make sure the carbon odour filter is inserted. The filter hood outlet spigot must be connected to a duct which passes through the cabinet and discharges the filtered air out of the same.
Changing the grease and odour filters
1. Press the 2 grips one towards the other (Fig. 3/1) and unhook the grille. 2. With the grille down take off the filter retainings (Fig. 4/1) and after this the grease filter. 3. For a perfect cleaning of the grille this can be taken off from the hood by unhooking the grille suspension (Fig. 4/2). 4. In order to change the carbon filter it is sufficient turn counter clockwise. Clean the outside of the hood with a sponge soaked with liquid neutral detergent or with a cloth soaked with denatured ethyl alcohol. Do not use products containing abrasives. If the lamps fail to light when operating the switch, make sure they are screwed in before calling a technician. Note â The lamps must be only bulb-type. Never use lamps with higher rating than that indicated on the lamp lens.
The hood is designed for installation in kitchen cabinets and must be mounted over the center of the cooking area. The minimum distance be-tween the cooking area and the under part of the hood must be 650 mm. Note â The distance, however, is subject to the safety rules in effect in the various countries. To install the hood please consider the following dimensions: GR 05 N - NV = 522x282 mm GR 06 N TWIN = 702x282 mm 1. Put the panel, cut according to the above dimensions, on the hood. 2. Prepare an opening for one or two tubes with a diameter of 100 mm. The connection can be made behind or on top. 3. Put the spigot on the air outlet (on top or behind). Close the not needed hole with the supplied cover. Please make sure that the indicators of the non return valve in the spigot (behind) show upwards. 4. Take out the grille from the hood (see description for changing the grease filter) and place the appliance under the opening. 5. Fix the tube to the spigot and connect the electric cable. 6. Push the appliance into position till to the jerk. Then tighten the 4 screws in the springs (Fig. 5.1), mount the 2 lamps (Fig. 4.4) and put the grille back in its place.
Do not do any flambÃ© cooking underneath the hood. When frying, never leave the pan alone because the cooking oil could flare up. Clean all the surfaces frequently to avoid danger of fire. To do so use a cloth or a brush soaked in denatured ethyl alcohol. It is also important to remove and clean or substitute frequently all filters installed in the hood. Attention: Read this instruction if your cooker hood is supplied with a plug: - This appliance is double insulated, do not connect to earth. - If the supply cord of this appliance is damaged, it must be replaced. Take care of shock hazard. - Do never change the fuse with out refitting the cover, if you have lost the cover, do not use the plug until the cover is replaced, call your dealer for spare parts. - This appliance is protected by a 3A fuse if a 13A (BS 1363) plug is used, or if any other type of plug is used, by a 5A fuse either in the plug or adapter or at the distribution board.
Make sure the supply voltage ratings correspond with those stated on the appliance rating label. This appliances is double insulated, do not connect to earth. Attention: lf the appliance does not have a plug, when making a fixed installation, a cutoff device must be used to assure omnipolar disconnection of the mains. The cutoff distance of the contacts must be at least 3 mm.