EFP 6500
EFP 9500
Instructions Manual
Instructions Manual
INDEX
RECOMMENDATIONS AND SUGGESTIONS ......................................................................................................................3
CHARACTERISTICS..............................................................................................................................................................4
INSTALLATION ......................................................................................................................................................................5
USE.........................................................................................................................................................................................7
MAINTENANCE......................................................................................................................................................................8
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RECOMMENDATIONS AND SUGGESTIONS
INSTALLATION
• The manufacturer will not be held liable for any damages resulting
from incorrect or improper installation.
• The minimum safety distance between the cooker top and the extractor hood is 650 mm.
• Check that the mains voltage corresponds to that indicated on the
rating plate fixed to the inside of the hood.
• For Class I appliances, check that the domestic power supply guarantees adequate earthing.
Connect the extractor to the exhaust flue through a pipe of minimum
diameter 120 mm. The route of the flue must be as short as possible.
• Do not connect the extractor hood to exhaust ducts carrying combustion fumes (boilers, fireplaces, etc.).
• If the extractor is used in conjunction with non-electrical appliances
(e.g. gas burning appliances), a sufficient degree of aeration must be
guaranteed in the room in order to prevent the backflow of exhaust
gas. The kitchen must have an opening communicating directly with
the open air in order to guarantee the entry of clean air.
USE
• The extractor hood has been designed exclusively for domestic use to
eliminate kitchen smells.
• Never use the hood for purposes other than for which it has ben designed.
• Never leave high naked flames under the hood when it is in operation.
• Adjust the flame intensity to direct it onto the bottom of the pan only,
making sure that it does not engulf the sides.
• Deep fat fryers must be continuously monitored during use: overheated oil can burst into flames.
• The hood should not be used by children or persons not instructed in
its correct use.
MAINTENANCE
• Switch off or unplug the appliance from the mains supply before carrying out any maintenance work.
• Clean and/or replace the Filters after the specified time period.
• Clean the hood using a damp cloth and a neutral liquid detergent.
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CHARACTERISTICS
175
ø 120
598
280
- 898
0÷152
12e
Components
Ref.
1
8
20
Q.ty
1
1
1
Product Components
Hood Body, complete with: Controls, Light, Blower, Filters
Directional Air Outlet grille
Closing element
Ref.
12a
12e
Q.ty Installation Components
4 Screws 4,2 x 44,4
2 Screws 2,9 x 9,5
8
12a
1
20
Q.ty Documentation
1 Instruction Manual
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INSTALLATION
Drilling the Support surface and Fitting the Hood
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12a
125
135
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SCREW FITTING
The hood support surface must be 135 mm above the bottom
surface of the wall units.
Drill the support with a ø 4,5 mm drill bit, using the drilling
template provided.
Cut a hole ø 125 mm in size on the support surface, using the
drilling template provided.
Fix using the 4 screws 12a (4,2 x 44,4) provided.
SNAP-ON FITTING
• The hood can be installed either directly on the bottom surface
of the wall units (min. 650 mm above the hob) using snap-on
side supports.
• Cut a fitted opening in the bottom surface of the wall unit, as
shown.
• Insert the hood until the side supports snap into place.
• Lock in position by tightening the screws Vf from underneath
the hood.
264
502
15
- 802
Vf
CLOSING ELEMENT
• The space between the edge of the hood and the rear wall can
be closed by applying the element 20 provided, using the
screws supplied for this purpose.
20
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Connections
DUCTED VERSION AIR EXHAUST SYSTEM
When installing the ducted version, connect the hood to
the chimney using either a flexible or rigid pipe ø120
mm, the choice of which is left to the installer.
ø 120
• Fix the pipe in position using sufficient pipe clamps
(not supplied).
• Remove any activated charcoal filters.
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RECIRCULATION VERSION AIR OUTLET
Cut a hole ø 125 mm in any shelf that may be positioned over the hood.
Connect the flange to the outlet on the shelf over the
hood using a flexible or rigid pipe ø120 mm.
Fix the pipe in position using sufficient pipe clamps
(not supplied).
Fix the directional grille 8 on the recirculation air
outlet using the 2 screws 12e (2,9 x 9,5) provided.
Ensure that the activated charcoal filters have been
inserted.
12e
8
125
99
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
• Connect the hood to the mains through a two-pole switch having a contact gap of at least 3
mm.
• When opening the sliding carriage for the first time after installing the hood, pull it out
briskly until it clicks.
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USE
Control panel
L
M-V
0
1
3
2
1
0
M-V
L
L
Light
M
Motor
V
Speed
EN
Switches the lighting system L
on and off.
Switches the extractor motor M
on and off.
Sets the operating speed of
V
the extractor:
1. Low speed, used for a
continuous and silent air
change in the presence of
light cooking vapour.
2. Medium speed, suitable
for most operating conditions given the optimum
treated air flow/noise
level ratio.
3. Maximum speed, used for
eliminating the highest
cooking vapour emission,
including long periods.
Light
Motor
Speed
Switches the lighting system
on and off.
Switches the extractor motor
on and off.
Sets the operating speed of
the extractor:
1. Low speed, used for a
continuous and silent air
change in the presence of
light cooking vapour.
2. Medium speed, suitable
for most operating conditions given the optimum
treated air flow/noise
level ratio.
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MAINTENANCE
Grease filters
CLEANING METAL CASSETTE GREASE FILTERS
• The filters must be cleaned every 2 months, or more frequently
in case of particularly heavy use of the hood. Filters can be
washed in a dishwasher.
• Pull out the sliding suction panel.
• Remove the filters one by one, after having disconnected the
relative fastening elements.
• Wash the filters, taking care not to bend them. Let them get dry
before refitting them. (The colour of the filter surface may
change throughout the time but this has no influence to the filter efficiency).
• When refitting the filters, make sure that the handle is visible
on the outside.
• Close the sliding suction panel.
Charcoal filter (Recycling version)
REPLACING CHARCOAL FILTERS
• These filters are not washable and cannot be regenerated, and
must be replaced approximately every four months or more
frequently by particularly heavy use.
• Pull out the sliding suction panel.
• Remove the grease filters.
• Remove the saturated carbon filter by releasing the fixing
hooks
• Replace the grease filters.
• Close the sliding suction panel.
Lighting
LIGHT REPLACEMENT
40 W incandescent light.
• Remove the metal grease filters.
• Unscrew the bulbs and replace them with new ones having the
same characteristics.
• Replace the metal grease filters.
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