CWB 6601 X
Hood
User Manual
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Remember that this user manual is also applicable for several other models. Differences between models
will be identified in the manual.
Explanation of symbols
Throughout this user manual the following symbols are used:
C
A
B
Important information or useful hints
about usage.
Warning for hazardous situations with
regard to life and property.
Warning for electric shock.
Packaging materials of the product are
manufactured from recyclable materials
in accordance with our National
Environment Regulations.
Do not dispose of the packaging materials together with the domestic or other wastes. Take them to the
packaging material collection points designated by the local authorities.
This product was manufactured using the latest technology in environmentally friendly conditions.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1Important safety and environmental
instructions
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1.1 General Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
1.1.1 Electrical safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
1.1.2 Product safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
1.2 Intended purpose . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
1.3 Child safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
1.4 Compliance with the AEEE Directive and
Disposal of Waste Products . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
1.5 Package details . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
2Your Hood
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2.1 Appearance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
2.1.1. Controls and components . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
2.2 Technical Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
3Set-up
7-10
3.1 Preparation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
3.2 Power connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
3.3 Installation of the Hood . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
3.4 Flue Set-up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
3.4.1 Usage without flue connection . . . . . . . . . 9
3.4.2 Usage with flue connection . . . . . . . . . . . 10
4Operation of the Appliance
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4.1 Control panel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
5Cleaning and Care
12-13
5.1 Aluminum filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
5.2 Carbon filter (Flueless usage) . . . . . . . . . . . 12
5.3 Replacement of the lamp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
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1 Important safety and environmental instructions
This section contains safety instructions that will
help you prevent injuries or material damages. Any
warranty shall be void if you do not observe these
instructions.
1.1.2 Product safety
1.1 General Safety
•• Do not make connections to the flues connected
with stoves, exhaust shafts or flues with rising
flames. Observe the rules set by authorities on
the discharge of exhaust air.
•• Always have the installation and repair work
performed by Authorized Dealers. Manufacturing
firm shall not be held responsible for damages
that may be caused by unauthorized persons.
•• This appliance is not intended for use by children and persons with reduced physical, sensory
or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and
knowledge. Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not tamper with the appliance.
•• You may use pipes with a diameter of 120 mm
or 150 mm on the flue connection of your hood.
•• The height between the lower surface of the
hood and upper surface of the stove/oven should
not be less than 65 cm.
•• Do not operate the hood without aluminum filters
and do not remove the filters while it is operated.
1.1.1 Electrical safety
•• Do not touch the lamps of the hood after operating the hood for a long time. Hot lamps may
burn your hand.
•• Always unplug the appliance from the mains
supply during installation, maintenance, cleaning
and repair operations.
•• Do not cause high flames under the unit. Otherwise, the oil in the oil trap filter may ignite and
cause a fire.
•• If the power cord is faulty, it should be replaced
by a qualified person certified by the manufacturer, after-sales service or similar (preferably
electrician) or a person described by the importer.
•• Operate your appliance after putting a pot, pan
etc. on the hobs. Otherwise, rising heat may deform some components of your unit.
•• Operating voltage is 220 to 240 volts.
•• Do not keep easily flammable materials under
your hood.
•• Do not operate a faulty unit unless it is repaired
by the authorized service! Risk of electric shock!
•• Do not put power cord near cooktops. This may
cause a fire as the cord may be melted.
•• Do not plug in the hood before it is installed.
•• To achieve the best performance, the length
of the external conductor should not exceed 4
meters, it should not have more than two 90°
angles and its diameter should be at least ø120
mm.
•• Disconnect the appliance before any intervention
to the internal parts of the appliance.
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•• Turn off the hobs before taking a pot, pan etc.
from the hobs.
•• Oil may catch fire while making dishes such as
fries etc. For this reason, be careful about the
covers and curtains.
•• Do not leave the cooktops unattended while
making dishes such as fries etc.; hot oil can
cause fires.
•• There is a risk of fire if your hood is not cleaned
in the specified periods.
•• Be very careful and use gloves when you are
cleaning your hood.
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1 Important safety and environmental instructions
•• We advise you to operate the unit a few minutes 1.3 Child safety
before starting to cook in order to increase the
suction power. Thus, you shall have a continuous •• Package materials are risky for children. Keep
the package materials out of reach of the chiland stable suction power when the vapors occur.
dren.
•• Operate your appliance for 15 minutes more
•• Electrical appliances are risky for children. Keep
after the end of cooking or frying in order to
the children away from the unit when it is operremove unpleasant smell from the air in the
ated. Do not let them play with the product.
kitchen.
•• Ensure that fresh air enters the kitchen, especially when the hood is operated together with
the gas hobs.
1.4 Compliance with the AEEE
Directive and Disposal of Waste
Products
•• Ensure that the flue connection of the unit is
not connected to flues used to discharge smoke
caused by non-electric devices. (E.g. Radiator
flues).
This product does not include harmful
and prohibited materials specified in
the “Regulation for Supervision of the
Waste Electric and Electronic
Appliances” issued by the Ministry of
Environment and Urban Planning. It complies with
AEEE Directive. This product has been produced
from recyclable and reusable high quality components and materials. Therefore, do not dispose of
this product with the domestic wastes or other
wastes at the end of its service life. Take it to a
collection center for recycling of electric and electronic appliances. You can ask for these collection
centers from your local administration. Help protecting the environment and natural resources by
recycling the used products.
•• If there is non-electric appliance in the same
room with the hood, the negative pressure inside
the room should be maximum 0.4 mbar to prevent the suction of the waste gas from the other
appliance by the hood into the room again.
1.2 Intended purpose
•• This appliance is intended for domestic use. It
is not suitable for commerical use, and should
not be used for any purposes other than the
intended purpose.
•• Manufacturer assumes no responsibility for any
damage caused by misuse or improper transport.
•• Service life of the product you have purchased
is 10 years. This is the period required for
availability of spare parts for functioning of the
product.
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1.5 Package details
Package of the product is made of
recyclable materials as per our
National Legislation. Do not dispose of
the package wastes with domestic
wastes or other wastes; bring it to the
package collection centers specified by local authorities.
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2 Your Hood
2.1 Appearance
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2.1.1. Controls and components
2.2 Technical Specifications
1-Lamp
2-Aluminum filter lock
3-Aluminum filter
4-Hood body
5-Control panel
6-Flue connection element
7-2 pcs of wall fittings
8-1 pc of 120 mm flue connection adaptor
9-1 air deflector (optional)
Width
Depth
Height
Supply voltage
Control
Suction power
Motor power
Lamp power
Fuse
Air outlet pipe
diameter
600 mm
500 mm
Min. 675 mm - Max. 1005 mm
220 - 240 V, 50 Hz
3 positions
800 m3/h
230 W
2X20 W
10 A
Net weight
Gross weight
Color
10.5 kg
120 - 150 mm
13.3 kg
Inox
Markings on the product or the values stated in other documents supplied with the product are values obtained under laboratory
conditions as per relevant standards. These values may vary according to the usage of the product and ambient conditions.
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3 Set-up
3.1 Preparation
Information required for the preparation of the
installation place for your hood is given below.
(Dimensions are given in mm)
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WARNING: Remove the protective film (if
any) on the hood and flue surface after
the installation.
•• Perform the transport operations with the original package of the unit observing the markings
on the package. Protect your unit against factors
that may harm the package and the unit (humidity, water, impact etc.).
•• Hood should be placed as aligned by the central
axis of the cooking unit. The distance between
the cooking unit and oil filters of the hood should
be at least 65 cm.
•• Perform the following steps for the installation of
the hood.
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WARNING: The height between the
lower surface of the hood and upper
surface of the stove/oven should not be
less than 65 cm.
3.2 Power connection
•• This appliance is manufactured with a supply
cord with 3 threads, and it should be connected
to the mains supply with an electric switch that
has a minimum clearance of 3 mm between the
3-pole terminals. Have a qualified electrician
perform the electric connection.
•• Install your unit so that you can reach the electric connection (plug, outlet) easily after installation.
3.3 Installation of the Hood
•• Please consult the nearest Arçelik Authorized
Service for the installation of the hood.
•• Preparation of the installation place and electric
wiring is the responsibility of the customer.
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3 Set-up
•• Observe the dimensions given in Figure 1 and
drill 4 Ø 8 mm holes for X and Y and 4 Ø 6 mm
holes for Z and H.
•• Use the screws and dowels in the equipment of
the appliance for installation of various parts.)
Place the screws to the Z holes so that a clearance
of 8 mm is left. (Figure 3)
After hanging the hood to the Y holes, secure it to
the wall using X holes inside the body. Tighten Y
screws. (Figure 4)
•• Secure the bracket (Figure 2-3) to the Z and H
holes on the wall.
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3 Set-up
3.4 Flue Set-up
1.Install 2 clamping screw seats to the left and
right holes of the wall hanger.
2.Place the flue connection element freely on the
body.
3.Pull the inner flue connection element upwards
from the flue connection element placed over
the body (Figure 4), and screw the brackets to Z
and axes from left and right sides. (Figure 5)
3.4.1 Usage without flue connection
Air is filtered by the carbon filter and returned to
the room. Carbon filter is used when there is no
flue available in the house or when it is not possible to install the flue pipe.
1.Remove the aluminum filters.
2.To install the carbon filter, center the carbon filter
on the plastic part on both sides of the fan body,
and secure it on the tabs.
3.Reinstall the aluminum filters.
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3 Set-up
3.4.2 Usage with flue connection
Vapors are discharged with the flue pipe secured
on the connection ring on the hood. Diameter of
the flue pipe should be equal to the diameter of
connection ring. Pipe should be installed slightly
inclined (about 10°) in horizontal layouts to allow
the air to go out of the room easily.
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4.Install air deflector.
5.Install the active carbon filter as follows. Follow
the procedure in reverse order to remove.
WARNING: Carbon filter should be
removed if it is installed on the hood.
1.For the installation of flue connected model, connect the hood to the outlet pipe with a rigid or
flexible pipe with a diameter of 150 or 120 mm
depending on the pipe selection by the installer. 6.Install clip screw seat to the wall hanger.
7.Pull the inner flue connection element upwards
(Figure 3)
from the flue connection element placed over
2.Install the flue adaptor to the hood body outlet if
the body (Figure 4), and screw it to the hanger
you would like to install with a pipe with a diamfrom left and right sides. (Figure 5)
eter of 120 mm.
WARNING: In case of failure to perform
3.Secure the pipe with suitable clamps. These
cleaning and maintenance of oil filters
items are not supplied with the unit. Remove the
regularly and when the carbon filter
active carbon filters, if any (optional).
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reaches its service life (about 4 months),
there is the possibility of causing fire by
them.
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4 Operation of the Appliance
4.1 Control panel
4.2 Operating the Hood
•• Hood is equipped with a motor with various
speed settings. For a better performance, we
advise you to use low speeds in normal conditions, and high speeds when smell and vapors
are intensified.
A- Turning the lamp on/off
B- Speed 1
C- Speed 2
D- Speed 3
E- Warning light
1.Press any of the speed setting buttons (B, C, D)
to operate the hood in the required speed.
2.You can illuminate the cooking area by pressing
button A.
3.Press the speed setting button you pressed before again to turn off the hood.
Red warning light on the front panel is illuminated
continuously when the motor is activated.
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5 Cleaning and Care
Prior to maintenance, unplug the appliance or turn
the main switch off or loosen the fuse that supplies
the hood or turn it off.
Clean your stainless steel hood
with cleaning agents specifically produced for this
material.
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A
WARNING: Never use rubbing mate-
rials (wire wool) or abrasive materials (brushes, the harder side of the
scouring sponge etc.).
WARNING: Sterilizers, products made
of carbon steel or similar material containing chloride may cause
black stains, corrosion or permanent
marks when they contact with stainless steel.
3.Wash the filters with liquid detergent and then
rinse them with water.
4.When the filters are dried, re-install the filter in
the reverse order of the above procedure.
5.2 Carbon filter (Flueless usage)
This filter removes the cooking odours.
WARNING: Carbon filter should never
be washed. It should be replaced every 4 months under normal usage.
You can procure carbon filter from Arçelik
Authorized Dealers.
1.Remove the aluminum filters.
2.Take the carbon filter out from its seat by pulling
it out.
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5.1 Aluminum filter
This filter is intended to retain the oil particles in
the air. You are recommended to clean your filter
every month under normal usage conditions.
1.Push the aluminum filter lock forward.
Note
•• You can wash your aluminum filters in dishwasher also.
•• A discoloration may be observed on aluminum
filters as they are washed. This is normal, you do
not need to replace your filter.
2.Then, slightly lower it and pull forward.
Otherwise, you may bend the filter.
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3.Install the new carbon filter.
4.Install the aluminum filters.
Use a soft cloth soaked with liquid detergent to
clean the outer surface of your hood.
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WARNING: Never use abrasive or
scratching materials for cleaning.
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5 Cleaning and Care
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WARNING: You may cause a fire if
you do not follow the instructions on
the cleaning and replacement of the
filters of your hood.
5.3 Replacement of the lamp
2 pieces of 20 W halogen lamps are used in your
hood. Prior to replacement of lamp, unplug the
appliance or turn the main switch off or loosen
the fuse that supplies the hood or turn it off. To
remove the holder of the halogen lamp, take the
lamp holder out by rotating it counterclockwise.
Be careful not to drop the lamp holder during this
operation. After replacing the lamp, install the lamp
holder by rotating it clockwise following the reverse
order of the removal procedure. We advise you to
install the new lamp with a piece of cloth or gloves.
Contacting halogen lamps with bare hands will
reduce their service life.
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Note:
•• You may procure lamps from Authorized Dealers.
If you need to transport the unit:
•• Keep original package. Transport the unit with its
original package, and follow the transport markings on the original package.
If you do not have the original package:
•• Do not put heavy objects on the hood.
•• Protect the outer surface from impacts.
•• Pack the unit so that it would not be damaged
during transport.
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