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FR GUIDE D’UTILISATION
ES MANUAL DE UTILIZACIÓN
EN GUIDE TO INSTALLATION
IT MANUALE D’USO
Hotte plan de travail
Campana aspirante para mesa de trabajo
Worktop hood
Cappa per piano di lavoro
DHD1100X
DHD1102X
DHX1101X
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Dear client,
You have just purchased a DE DIETRICH range ventilation hood, and we
thank you for your purchase.
Our research and development teams have designed a new generation of
appliances for you, which, because of their aesthetics, functionality, and
technological evolution, are truly exceptional products representative of our
design experience.
Your new DE DIETRICH range ventilation hood will harmoniously suit your
kitchen and will perfectly combine ventilation performance and ease of use.
We simply want to offer you an excellent product.
Within the DE DIETRICH product line you will find a wide range of ovens,
microwave ovens, cookers, washing machines, and fitted refrigerators that
can be freely coordinated with your new DE DIETRICH range ventilation
hood.
Naturally, since our objective is the satisfaction of our clients towards our
products, our customer service is at your total disposition to respond to any
request and receive any useful suggestion (reference details at the end of
the booklet).
Visit our web site www.dedietrich-elecromanager.com where you will find
our latest innovations as well as all useful information.
DE DIETRICH
The new objects of value
Constantly seeking to improve our products, we reserve the right to modify their
technical, functional, or aesthetic characteristics as they evolve.
Important: Before activating the appliance, read the installation and usage
manual carefully to familiarise yourself more quickly with its operation.
www.dedietrich-electromenager.com
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CONTENTS
1/ FOR THE ATTENTION OF THE USER
- Safety instructions
- Mounting the hood
- Description of the appliance
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2 / HOOD INSTALLATION
- Remote motor installation
- Removal of the filter cartridge
- Mounting the carbon filter
- Electrical hook-up of the hood
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3 / HOW THE HOOD WORKS 30
4 / CLEANING THE HOOD
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5 / OPERATIONAL ANOMALIES
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6 / AFTER SALES SERVICE
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1/ FOR THE ATTENTION OF THE USER
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Important: keep these instructions for use with the appliance. If the appliance should be
sold or passed on to others, make sure that the instructions are passed on with it. Please take
note of these suggestions before installing and using the appliance. They have been written
for your personal safety and the safety of others.
The manufacturer cannot accept any liability for problems, damage, or fire caused on or
by the appliance due to failure to follow the instructions in this manual.
- SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
These hoods have been designed for personal use in the home. The appliance must be used
by adults. Take care that children do not touch the appliance and do not use it as a toy. Make
sure that children do not operate the controls.
- Upon delivery of the appliance, remove the packing material yourself or have it removed immediately. Check the overall condition of the appliance. Note any observations on the delivery
bill and keep a copy. Your appliance is designed for normal use in the home. It is not designed
for commercial or industrial use, or for purposes other than those for which it was designed.
- Do not ever modify, or attempt to modify, the design characteristics of this appliance. This
could result in danger.
Repairs must be performed only by an authorised specialist.
Always disconnect the hood before carrying out cleaning or maintenance operations.
- Adequately ventilate the area in case the hood is activated simultaneously with other appliances powered from non-electrical sources so that the hood does not ventilate these combustion fumes.
- It is prohibited to cook food over open flames or operate gas hobs without pots or pans on
them under the hood itself (the flames sucked into the hood might damage the appliance).
- Deep frying under the appliance must be done under constant supervision as hot oils and
fats may ignite.
Respect the guidelines for cleaning and replacement of the filters. Accumulated deposits of
grease are a fire hazard.
- The use of combustible materials (wood, charcoal, etc…) on the hobs is not permitted.
Never use steam or high-pressure devices for cleaning your hood (regulations regarding electrical safety).
Constantly seeking to improve our products, we reserve the right to modify their technical,
functional, or aesthetic characteristics as they evolve.
In order to find the notes regarding your appliance easily in the future, we advise you to collect
them on the page “After sales service and customer relations”. (This page also explains where
to find them on your appliance).
Never use the cooker hood without grease filters.
The minimum distance between the cooker hood and the cook top must be 400 mm.
Never put your hands in the field of action of the cooker hood extractable unit, during handling operations.
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- MOUNTING THE HOOD
Installation must conform to the regulations in force regarding the ventilation of enclosed environments. In France, these regulations are container in the DTU 61.1 of the CSTB. In particular,
discharged air must not be channelled into a conduit used for exhaust discharge or discharge
from devices that operate with gas or other combustible materials. The use of unused conduits
is not permissible without the approval of a qualified technician.
- DESCRIPTION OF THE APPLIANCE
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2/ HOOD INSTALLATION
A correct installation must be carried out for the good functioning of the downdraft.
1) Make a rectangular hole in the rear part of the furniture’s surface suitable for the dimensions of your hood (Fig. 1).
2) If a gas hob is utilised, the minimum distance from the rear edge of the cooking hob to the
downdraft must be at least 50 mm. The DHD1101 model must be installed between two
cooking hobs with a maximum of two gas rings each.
3) Before cutting the hole, check that there are no internal structural parts of the furniture
or other elements in correspondence to the hood zone that could compromise the correct
installation.
To permit the installation, verify that the overall dimensions of the hood including its motor
are compatible with the furniture.
The motor is delivered already attached to the equipment so as to avoid any damage during transportation. The motor must be removed from the hood before starting installation
operations.
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7)
Apply the glue to the lower part of the hood’s edge (Fig. 2).
Insert the downdraft inside the furniture from the top.
The edge of the hood must be perfectly fixed to the upper surface of the kitchen furniture.
Fix the hood inside the furniture utilising the two supplied brackets (fig. 3).
8) Proceed with the assembly of the motor onto the body of the hood orientating the air outlet
to the desired higher or lower position (Design 4).
The motor can be fitted in the front or rear part of the hood.
To install the motor in the rear part, proceed as follows: unscrew the plate situated in the
rear part of the hood, screw the motor to the hood in place of the plate, correctly connect
the motor cable and screw the plate back onto the front part of the hood. Attach the air
extractor tube (not supplied). Connect the other end of the tube to the outside of the furniture for a filter installation or to the outside of the habitation for an extractor installation
(Fig. 5).
Attention: To avoid damaging internal sliding components such as the electrical parts, do
not make other holes in the product.
9) Position the metal box containing the electronic components in an easily accessible position for any eventual assistance intervention. Connect all electrical connectors to the hood.
10)Connect the hood to the electrical mains circuit.
11)Once the installation has been completed and the hood has been connected to the electrical
mains circuit, start the extraction of the carriage (refer to the chapter about how the hood
functions) and remove all protective material (Fig. 6 and Fig. 7).
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UTILISATION
This product is intended to extract fumes, fats, and steam from cooking. It has been designed
e either in the suction or filter versions.
The air extractor tubes are not supplied as standard.
Version with exterior evacuation
The hood is equipped with an air outlet (Refer to the image below).to convey smoke outwards
(the flue pipe and fixing flange are not supplied).
In filtering application that the stop valve doesn’t permit the entrance of wind and exhausted
air.
Filtering version
In the case an exhausting hole is not possible, the hood can be used in filtering version. For
this mode charcol filters are to be fitted inside the hood. Filtered air will be evacuated in the
kitchen trough a duct that conveys the air on a side of the cabinet (Fig. 5).
- REMOTE MOTOR INSTALLATION
It is possible to install the motor in a remote position from the cooker hood, but it is necessary
to order the DHK900 - 989580001 kit.
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- REMOVAL OF THE FILTER CARTRIDGE
- MOUNTING THE CARBON FILTER
The cooker hood must be in the open position to install and remove its grease filters and
charcoal filters. Push this key
to do so. Remove the front panel by simultaneously pulling
on the upper part of each side (Fig. 8). The panel will rotate forwards to make it possible to
access the grease filters (Fig. 9). Remove the grease filters to access the carbon filters (Fig. 9).
The carbon filters should be changed according to the frequency of downdraft use and in any
case, once every 6 months.
Warning: the stainless steel panel that protects the filters needs to be repositioned correctly. Incorrect positioning can cause the hood to stop completely.
- ELECTRICAL HOOK UP OF THE HOOD
USEFUL ADVICE:
We recommend fitting the electronic board at a height of at least 10 cm from the ground and
at a suitable distance from all heat sources (e.g., the side of an oven or cook top).
This appliance is fitted with an H05 VVF 3 conductor, 0.75 mm2 (neutral, phase, and
ground) power cable. This can be hooked up to a 220 – 240 V mono-phase electrical network by way of a CEI 60083 regulation power socket that must remain accessible after
installation, in conformity to installation regulations.
We decline all responsibility in case of accident caused by a lack of ground connection
or incorrect ground connection. The fuse used must be 10 or 16 A. If the power cable is
damaged, call the after-sales service to avoid any risk.
ELECTRIAL HOOK UP
This appliance conforms to the European Directives 2006/95/EC (Low Voltage Directive)
and 2004/108/EC (Electromagnetic Compatibility).
When you install the appliance and carry out maintenance, it must be unplugged from the
power source or the fuses must be disengaged or removed. Electrical hook up must be carried
out before the appliance is installed in the cabinet.
Check that:
- The power source is sufficient.
- Power cords are in good condition.
- The diameter of the cables conforms to installation regulations.
Attention:
If the hood presents some form of anomaly, unplug the appliance or remove the fuse corresponding to the appliance’s power line.
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3/ HOW THE HOOD WORKS
It is used to close the aspiration panel completely or to position it at intermediate
heights at least cm 18 above the cooktop. While closing the aspiration panel keeps
on working at the speed set up to the height of cm 18 from the cooktop. Below this
height the aspiration function is automatically cut out.
It is used to extract the aspiration panel up to the maximum height of cm.
30 and to set automatically the first aspiration speed when reaching the height of
cm 18 from the cooktop.
When pressing the button again after reaching this height, the aspiration motor
speed can be encreased.
If the aspiration panel is positioned at an intermediate height between cm 18 and cm
30, the aspiration panel can start raising again by pressing first
and then
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The different speed levels are indicated by blue leds.
It is working only if the position reached by the aspiration panel is higher than cm 18
from the cooktop. It is used to decrease the aspiration motor speed.
It is used to stop automatically the aspiration system and to close automatically the
aspiration panel ten minutes it has been set.
Calibration of the hood
After installing the hood and connecting the equipment to the electrical mains circuit, press
the red button positioned on the box of the electrical installation that is separated by the hood
and start the self-calibration procedure of the product by carrying out the following instructions:
1. Press the
key to activate the extraction of the filter unit.
2. When the carriage has reached a height of 18 cms press the
rising.
3. Press the
key and then the
key to stop the carriage
key within 2 seconds.
The hood carries out the calibration of the filter unit by shifting the carriage up and down by
a few cms. During this phase the keys on the keypad flash.
When the calibration is finished, press the
key so that the hood closes.
Then switch on the hood. When the carriage is completely raised, release the panel by lightly
pulling on the sides, remove the PVC protection of the anti-grease filters and position the
filters as indicated in Fig. 9.
Attention: The calibration must be carried out correctly because this contributes to your safety
whilst using the equipment to avoid being crushed by the carriage during the descent phase.
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Other functions:
• After 30 hours of appliance operation, the pushbutton panel indicates saturation of the
grease filters by the buttons flashing. To reset, press the timer button
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After 4 hours of continuous operation from the last setting, the appliance turns off and
closes automatically.
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When the front panel is removed for cleaning and maintenance operations, all the electronic aspiration and movement functions are locked.
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Anti pinching safety device: if anything is obstructing the closure operation of the downdraft, the operation will stop and the downdraft will move up again.
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4/ CLEANING THE HOOD
Careful maintenance helps guarantee proper operation and good results from an appliance
over time
The hood must be unplugged from the electrical power source, both by unplugging
the appliance from the socket as well as de-activating the breaker, before removing the
metal filters. After cleaning, you must replace the metal filters as outlined in the instructions..
MAINTENANCE
External surfaces
and
accessories
HOW TO PROCEED?
ACCESSORY/PRODUCTS TO USE
To clean the external surfaces of the
Do not use metallic scrubbers, hood and the light housing screen
abrasive products, or hard use only commercially available
household detergents diluted in wabrushes.
ter. Then rinse with clean water and
dry with a soft cloth.
Filter cartridge
After 30 hours’ operation, the
button pad will signal that the
grease filter is saturated by
flashing the 4 speed LEDs.
Press the timer button to re.
set
Carbon filter
In the recirculation mode, you
must substitute the active
carbon filter periodically.
To remove the fibre panel you
must first remove the antigrease grill and pull the plastic knob on the panel itself,
removing it from its housing.
To replace the active carbon
filter, do the reverse. Replace
the used carbon filter on an
average of every six months.
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The grease filters can be washed by
hand or in the dishwasher. These filters need to be cleaned on a regular
basis because otherwise they may
present a fire risk. Refit the grease
filters and front panel, making sure
that the panel is properly fitted at the
sides so that it does not cause the
downdraft to stop operating.
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5/ OPERATIONAL ANOMALIES
SYMPTOM
The hood does not
work...
The hood has low
output...
The cooker hood
does not close
again.
SOLUTION
Check that:
• There is not a power outage.
• A specific speed has actually been selected.
• The red reset key positioned above the electrical installation box is
pressed.
• Check that the leads are well inserted into the nine-pole connector
(too much pressure when making the connections could bend the
contacts).
Check that:
• The motor speed selected is sufficient for the quantity of fumes
steam present.
• The kitchen is ventilated well enough to allow for air intake.
• The charcoal filter has not been used (filtering mode version).
• The air outlet conduit is unobstructed and conforms to paragraph 2.
Check that:
• There is not a power outage.
• The single-pole contactor breaker switch has not tripped.
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6/ AFTER SALES SERVICE
Any maintenance on your equipment should be undertaken by:
- either your dealer,
- or another qualified mechanic who is an authorized agent for the brand appliances.
When making an appointment, state the full reference of your equipment (model, type and
serial number). This information appears on the manufacturer’s nameplate attached to your
equipment.
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