Wall Mount Chimney Style Island Mount Chimney Style Wall Mount

Wall Mount Chimney
Style
Island Mount Chimney
Style
Wall Mount Professional
Style
Insert Mount Professional
Style
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Installation:
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Table of Contents
Wall Hood Installation
pgs. 6-8
Island Installation
pgs. 9-11
Professional Wall Hood Installation
pgs. 12-13
Professional Island Hood Installation
pgs. 14-15
Professional Insert Hood Installation
pg. 16
Range Hood Operation Controls
pg. 17
Charcoal Filter Installation (vent free)
pg. 18
Filter Installation Baffle/Aluminum
Standard Hoods
pg. 19
Professional Series Baffle Filter and Channel pg. 20
Installation
Motor Diagrams and Exploded Parts Views
pg. 21-24
Maintenance / Light Change Instructions
grease cup
pg. 25
Troubleshooting
pg. 26
Warranty
pg. 27
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Wall Installation
Parts Supplied:
Please unpack your range hood
when it is delivered and inspect
to ensure all parts are included.
1. Main Hood with all lights
and button banks preinstalled.
2. Adjustable Stainless
Chimney Cover
3. Flexible duct (not
pictured)
4. Packet of screws and
anchors
5.Top mounting bracket
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Seven Easy Steps to Installing Wall Hoods
Step one: Find the center of the wall
where you are installing the hood.
Make sure there is sufficient bracing
to hold the weight of the hood. Mark
your center line and measure out
from center to find your two mounting
points. Make sure your mounting
points are level when you mark them.
It is recommended to install the hood
directly into wood supports. fig 1
center line
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fig.1
Step two: Mark your mounting points
and install the two mounting screws
provided leaving the heads out 1/4” to
mount hood. fig 1
Step three: Mount the main body of
the hood to the two screws and
screw into place. fig 2
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fig. 2
Step four: Mount the top chimney
mounting bracket centering it above
the hood. fig.3
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fig. 3
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Step 5: Make your electrical and
ducting connections. Use 6” rigid
duct wherever possible. Try and
minimize the use of elbows. More
elbows and longer runs create higher
static pressure. The hood comes
with a grounded three prong plug
that can either be direct wired or
plugged into a 20 amp. circuit. fig. 4
fig. 4
Step 6: Install the 2 part chimneys
on top of the hood by sliding the
inside section up until the vertical
vent slots are visible. Then put
both pieces on top of the hood and
secure the lower portion with the
provided screw at the bottom. fig. 5
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fig. 5
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Step 7: Slide the upper portion up
and over the top mounting bracket
aligning the holes and securing with
the screws provided. fig. 6
fig. 6
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Island Installation
Parts Supplied:
Please unpack your range hood
when it is delivered and inspect
to ensure all parts are included.
1. Main Hood with all lights
and button banks preinstalled.
2. Adjustable Stainless
Chimney Cover
3. Flexible duct (not
pictured)
4. Packet of screws and
anchors
5.Island style mounting
bracket
6. Backdraft Damper
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Five Easy Steps to Installation
Step one: Locate the center
above the stove where the hood
is to be installed. Ensure that the
bracket will be secured to solid
wood backing. Install the duct
work in the center of the bracket.
Secure the upper end of the
bracket to the ceiling as shown in
fig.1.
fig.1
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Step two: Attach back draft
damper to top of hood to prevent
outside air from entering. fig.2
fig.2
Step three: Attach the lower
portion of the chimney to the
motor housing with the screws
provided. fig.3
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fig.3
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Step four: Attach the duct to the top
of the back draft damper. Place the
chimney sections over the lower
bracket section and on top of the
main unit. Pull the plug to the top of
the chimney sections. Attach lower
bracket to upper bracket at desired
height using screws provided. fig.4
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fig.4
Step 5: Make your electrical and
ducting connections. Use 6” rigid
duct wherever possible. Try and
minimize the use of elbows. More
elbows and longer runs create higher
static pressure. The hood comes
with a grounded three prong plug
that can either be direct wired or
plugged into a 20 amp. circuit. Next
slide the inner portion of the chimney
up around the upper bracket and
secure using the screws provided.
fig.5-6
fig.5
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fig.6
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Professional Series Wall Installation
Step one: Find the center of the wall
where you are installing the hood.
Make sure there is sufficient bracing
to hold the weight of the hood. Mark
your center line and measure out
from center to find your two mounting
points. Make sure your mounting
points are level when you mark them.
It is recommended to install the hood
directly into wood supports. fig 1
Step two: Mark your mounting points
and install the two mounting screws
provided leaving the heads out 1/4” to
mount hood. fig 1
Step three: If your hood comes with
separate mounting brackets, they
must be installed to the back of the
hood at this point. fig.2 Otherwise
your mounting points are integrated
into the construction of the hood.
Step four: Mount the main body of
the hood to the two screws and
screw into place. fig 3
Step 5: Make your electrical and
ducting connections. Use 8” rigid
duct wherever possible. Try and
minimize the use of elbows. More
elbows and longer runs create higher
static pressure. The hood comes
with a grounded three prong plug
that can either be direct wired or
plugged into a 20 amp. circuit. fig. 4
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Step six: Mount the top chimney
mounting bracket centering it above
the hood. fig.5
Step seven: Install the 2 part
chimneys on top of the hood by
sliding the inside section up until
the vertical vent slots are visible.
Then put both pieces on top of the
hood and secure the lower portion
with the provided screw at the
bottom. fig. 6
Step 8: Slide the upper portion up
and over the top mounting bracket
aligning the holes and securing with
the screws provided. fig. 7
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Professional Series Island Installation
Step one: Position your
mounting plate centered above
your range. Mark the mounting
holes. Take the mounting plate
down and screw your mounting
screws into place. fig.1
Step two: Measure how far off the
range you would like to mount the
hood. Adjust the brackets provided
to the desired height. Connect the
top mounting plate, mounting legs,
and the main hood using the
screws provided. fig 2.
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Step three: Take the chimney
sections and separate slightly
to reveal the vent slots. Next
take the hood and slide the top
mounting bracket over the
mounting screws and slide
back into position. fig 3.
Make your electrical and duct
connections at this point using
8 inch rigid ducting wherever
possible.
Step four: Tighten the top
mounting screws, securing the
top mounting plate to the ceiling.
fig 4.
Step five: Slide the inner
chimney up over the top
mounting plate securing with two
screws provided. Pull the lower
section down to rest on top of the
main hood. fig 5.
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Professional Series Insert Installation
Unpack the contents of the hood and decide which way you would like to install the hood. There are
several ways to install the hood. L bracket mounting screw are provided for convenience. See Figure 4.
Screws
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Range Hood Operations
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Filter Installations
It is recommended to direct vent the hood whenever possible.
If your situation does not allow for a direct vent install carbon
filters are available to recirculate the air through your hood.
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Baffle Filter
The baffle filter is equipped with a spring
loaded handle. To remove from the hood
pull back toward the wall and down.
Release
The baffle filter can also be
opened for easy cleaning. To
open unscrew the cylindrical
handle and separate the layers
to clean.
Aluminum Filter
To remove the filter pull the spring loaded
handle back toward the wall and down
Release
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Professional Series Baffle Installation
Covering Models:
696 / 697 / 697 Island / KECOM / KECOM Island / 695, 698, 721 inserts /
The following diagrams illustrate filters specific to the professional series of
range hoods and inserts:
Professional series hoods are
equipped with 2 removable
dishwasher safe baffle channels
(one for series 695 & 698 inserts)
that the baffle filters sit into. To
install the channel, place inside the
hood and slide into place with the
edge of the hood fitting in between
the channel and the installation
pieces installed on the back of the
channel.
Removable
Baffle
Channel
Slides
Down
To install filters first install the
removable baffle channel. Next
take the filter and put one end into
the permanent baffle channel push
back into place and pull down
sliding the bottom of the filter into
Install up
and push
into
removable
channel
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Electrical Diagram Single Motor
Plug
Motor
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Circ
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ank
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Butto
Ligh
Ground
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ans
form
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Capacitor
Separate Diagram
Puck Light
Puck Light
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Electrical Diagram Double Motor
Plug
Cir
ard
t Bo
cui
ank
on B
Butt Tra
ns
ver
Co
tB
cui
Cir
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oar
ors
acit
Cap
ors
Mot diagram
sep.
form
er
Puck Light
Puck Light
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Motor Diagram
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Double Motor Diagram
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Grease cup installation:
A removable grease cup is provided to catch any excess grease
at the bottom of the motor. Remove every 2-3 months wash and
re-install.
Slide into place
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