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INSTALLATION AND USER INSTRUCTIONS FOR COOKER HOOD TYPE "TL18GR" These instructions should be read carefully before the installation is done
Your new cooker hood can be used in the following ways:
Note â A damaged power supply cord must be changed by the Service because require a special tool.
N.B. Before any repairs, servicing or cleaning is carried out the plug must be disconnected. The grease filter should be washed every 10-15 days in hot water with detersive. It absorbs the particles of fat which become present during cooking and protects the kitchen and its furniture from deposits of grease. After successive washings however it should be replaced. The carbon filter functions during any type of cooking and is highly effective removing cooking smells and particles of grease which otherwise would be deposited on the walls and the furniture. Carbon filters cannot be washed. It is advisable to replace them every six months, depending on how frequently the hood is in use. In order to replace the filters mentioned above it is sufficient to open the grid of the cooker hood by pushing the fixing devices one towards the other pulling the grid outside until the control board is freed. The grease filter can be taken off by removing the retaining clips that hold it in its place, while the carbon filter can be freed by turning counter clockwise. The external parts of the cooker hood should be cleaned by using a damp sponge and liquid neutral detersive or a cloth dipped in neutralised alcohol. Please avoid cleaning products that contain scouring agents.
Extraction (exhaust mode)
In this case it is necessary to connect the hood to a tube (Ã 100â125 mm.) by using the connection piece which is supplied. The extracted air is then expelled to the outside.
Recirculation (filtering mode)
The air is purified by means of an active carbon filter (odour filter - Fig.2/C) and then returned into the room.
To avoid loss of heat in winter it is advisable to use the hood as a recirculation hood. Warm air is purified and then redistributed into the room. Cooker hoods which are installed as extraction hoods are easily changed to recirculation hoods and vice-versa.
The cooker hood must be fixed directly under a kitchen unit, furthermore it must be installed centrally above the cooking hob. The minimum distance between the hob and the lower part of the cooker hood must be 650 mm. N.B. The above distance is subject to regulations in force for security in the respective countries. Extraction Hood When used in the extraction mode following points should be considered: The exhausted air should not be conducted in a chimney with warm air circulation. Do not connect the appliance to fuel exhaust flues or ventilating ducts. With venting into exhaust flues or ventilating ducts wich are no longer in use, it is advisable to obtain the approval of the responsible agency for the building. In the extraction mode the air is exhausted and conveyed through the ventilating duct upwards or directly to the outside. Attention: The shorter the exhaust duct is and the fewer bends there are in it, the more effective will the cooker hood be. Recirculation Hood When the hood is used in the recirculation mode and fitted with a carbon filter there is no need to connect the device (connection piece) to the tube. Installation under a Kitchen Unit N.B. Check that the unit is able to support the weight of the cooker hood. Turn the unit upside-down. Mark the holes for the screws. Corresponding to the air-outlet a hole for the connection piece of Ã 104/140 mm must be provided on the kitchen unit (for spigot of Ã 100/125 mm). Drill the holes for fixing the hood with a Ã 5 mm drill-bit. Lean the unit against the top part of the cooker hood and tighten it up to the hood with the 4 self-threading screws.
Cooking Â«en flambeÂ» under the cooker hood is forbidden. When frying, constant watch must be given to all aspects of the ope-ration in particular because oil heated to a high temperature becomes inflammable easily. Frequent cleaning, in particular of the fan and the surfaces of the cooker hood, will avoid the risk of fire. The cleaning can be done with a cloth or small brush dipped in ethyl alcohol. Furthermore it is important to replace frequently each of the filters fitted in the cooker hood.
Suggestions for the use in extraction mode (exhaust version)
When the cooker hood is used in the extraction mode it is advisable to give particular attention to appliances and sources of heating at the same time in use (e.g. gas and oil heaters, coal or coke fires etc.) because the cooker hood sucks in the air which is needed for combustion by the above mentioned appliances causing a depression. During simultaneous use of heating appliances and cooker hood a max. depression of 0,04 mbar is advisable. In these conditions the risk of drawing in gases from heating appliances is avoided. This can be obtained by openings which cannot be closed e.g. in doors and windows or by other technical means. From these openings sufficient fresh air for combustion should be able to enter. Attention: To assess the situation fully all flues and vents in the apartment should be taken into consideration. If there is any doubt then it is advisable to obtain the approval of the responsible agency for the building. These precautions are not required when the cooker hood is used in the filtering version with carbon filter fitted.
Connecting to mains supply
Check that the mains supply is the same as that on the technical data plate which is attached to the cooker hood. Attention: If the appliance has no plug an allpole separation must be provided in the separation of the net with a minimum contact width of 3 mm each pole.