Use, Care, and Installation Guide

Use, Care, and Installation Guide
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AK9228AS
AK9234AS
AK9240AS
AK9246AS
Model number:
Serial Number:
Date of Purchase:
Sales Dealer:
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LIST OF MATERIALS ................................................................. 4
INSTALLATION
Ducting Calculation Sheet .......................................
Mounting Height & Clearance................................
Ducting Options ...........................................................
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Electrical .........................................................................
Cabinet Preparation & Installation .......................
Vertical Ducting Preparation ...................................
Horizontal Ducting Preparation .............................
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10
11
12-14
FEATURES & CONTROLS
Touch Controls ............................................................. 15-16
RF Remote Control .................................................... 17
MAINTENANCE
Cleaning and Installing Filters ............................... 18
Lights ................................................................................ 19
ACT CONVERSION..................................................................... 20
FAN CURVE & WIRING DIAGRAMS .................................. 21-24
TROUBLESHOOTING................................................................ 25
LIST OF PARTS AND ACCESSORIES .............................. 26
WARRANTY .................................................................................... 27
PRODUCT REGISTRATION .................................................... 28
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Table of Contents
SAFETY NOTICE.......................................................................... 2-3
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Important Safety Notice
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WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT USE THIS FAN WITH ANY SOLID-STATE CONTROL DEVICE.
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE ELECTRIC SHOCK, OR INJURY TO PERSONS, OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING:
a. Use this unit only in the manner intended by the manufacturer, if you have questions, contact the manufacturer.
b. Before servicing or cleaning unit, switch power off at service panel and lock panel to prevent power from being switched on accidentally.
When the service disconnecting means cannot be locked, securely fasten a prominent warning device, such as a tag, to the service
panel.
CAUTION
For general ventilating use only. Do not use to exhaust hazardous or explosive materials and vapors. Take care when using cleaning
agents or detergents. Suitable for use in household cooking area.
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF RANGE TOP GREASE FIRE:
a. Never leave surface units unattended at high settings. Boilovers cause smoking and greasy spillovers that may ignite. Heat oils slowly
on low or medium settings.
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d. Use proper pan size. Always use cookware appropriate for the size of the surface element.
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f. Use high setting on hood only when necessary.
g. Don’t leave hood unattended when cooking.
h. Always use cookware and utensils appropriate for the type of and amount of food being prepared.
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF INJURY TO PERSONS IN THE EVENT OF A RANGE TOP FIRE, OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING:
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b. NEVER PICK UP A FLAMING PAN – You may be burned.
c. DO NOT USE WATER, including wet dishcloths or towels – a violent steam explosion will result.
d. Use an extinguisher ONLY if:
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WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK OR INJURY TO PERSONS, OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING:
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back-drafting. Follow the heating equipment manufacturer’s guideline and safety standards such as those published by the National
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the local code authorities.
c. When cutting or drilling into wall or ceiling, do not damage electrical wiring and other hidden utilities.
d. Ducted fans must always vent to the outdoors.
e. NEVER place a switch where it can be reached from a tub or shower.
f. Make sure the power is off before installing, wiring or maintenancing.
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TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, USE ONLY METAL DUCTWORK.
NOT FOR USE OVER AN OUTDOOR GRILL
CAUTION
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attics, crawl spaces or garages.
OPERATION
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and loose clothing.
The manufacturer declines all responsibility in the event of failure to observe the instructions given here for installation,
maintenance and suitable use of the product. The manufacturer further declines all responsibility for injury due to
negligence and the warranty of the unit automatically expires due to improper maintenance.
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ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
Important:
Observe all governing codes and ordinances.
It is the customer’s responsibility:
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- To assure that the electrical installation is adequate and in conformance with National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70
latest edition* or CSA standards C22.1-94, Canadian Electrical Code, Part 1 and C22.2 No.0-M91 - latest edition** and
all local codes and ordinances.
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ground path is adequate.
Do not ground to a gas pipe.
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Do not have a fuse in the neutral or ground circuit.
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** CSA International 8501 East Pleasant Valley Road, Cleveland, Ohio 44131-5575
This appliance requires a 120V 60Hz electrical supply and connected to an individual properly grounded branch circuit
protected by a 15 or 20 ampere circuit breaker or time delay fuse. Wiring must be 2 wire with ground. Please also refer to
Electrical Diagram on product.
AK9228AS / AK9234AS - 480W, 5 Amps
AK9240AS - 890W, 9 Amps
AK9246AS - 960W, 9 Amps
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and install appropriate connector if necessary.
FEDERAL COMMUNICATION COMMISSION INTERFACE STATEMENT
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there
is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off
and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one of the following measures:
. Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help
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Important Safety Notice
WARNING
List of Materials
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PARTS SUPPLIED
MODELS: AK9228AS, AK9234AS
1 - Liner hood body
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1 - 8” round adaptor w/damper
1 - 3 1/4” x 10” rectangular adaptor w/damper
2 - Horizontal ducting blower mount brackets
1 - Top rectangular cover plate
1 - Hardware package
MODELS: AK9240AS, AK9246AS
1 - Liner hood body
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1 - 10” round adaptor w/damper
1 - Hardware package
HARDWARE PACKAGE CONTENTS
Light Bulb Removal
Suction Cup (1)
Wire Caps (3)
3/16” x 3/8” (10)
AK9228AS & AK9234AS ONLY
#8 x 1/2” (12)
RF Remote Control (1)
M4 x 6mm (8)
AK9240AS & AK9246AS (4)
PARTS NOT SUPPLIED
- Ducting, conduit and all installation tools
- Cable connector (if required by local codes)
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Remote Holder (1)
Duct pieces
Total
1 Ft.
x(
) =
Ft.
6”, 7”, 8”, 10” 1 Ft.
Round,
straight
x(
) =
Ft.
3-1/ 4” x 10”
Rect. 90 0
elbow
15 Ft.
x(
) =
Ft.
3-1/ 4” x 10”
Rect. 45 0
elbow
9 Ft.
x(
) =
3-1/ 4” x 10”
Rect.,
straight
Equivalent number
length x used
=
Total
3-1/ 4” x 10” 5 Ft.
Rect. to
6” round
transition
x(
) =
Ft.
3-1/ 4” x 10” 20 Ft.
Rect. to
6” round
transition
90 0 elbow
x(
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Ft.
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1 Ft.
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rect.
transition
x(
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x(
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24 Ft.
x(
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rect.
transition
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rect.
transition
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tapered
reducer
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7” round to
23 Ft.
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rect.
transition
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x(
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Ft.
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3-1/ 4” x 10” 30 Ft.
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wall cap
with damper
x(
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Ft.
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cap with
damper
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roof cap
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Subtotal column 1 =
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Ft.
3-1/ 4” x 10”
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flat elbow
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in-line
damper
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x(
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Maximum Duct Length: For satisfactory air movement,
the total duct length should not exceed 100 equivalent feet.
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Installation – Ducting Calculation Sheet
Equivalent number
length x used
=
Duct pieces
Installation – Mounting Height & Clearance
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Minimum mount height between range top to hood
bottom should be no less than 26”.
Maximum mount height should be no higher than
36”.
It is important to install the hood at the proper
mounting height. Hoods mounted too low could
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hoods mounted too high will be hard to reach and
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If available, also refer range manufacturer’s height
clearance requirements and recommended hood
mounting height above range.
in.
” max.
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Vertical Ducting:
AK9228AS & AK9234AS: 8” round minimum
AK9240AS & AK9246AS: 10” round minimum
Horizontal Ducting:
AK9228AS & AK9234AS: 8” round or
3 1/4” x 10” rectangular minimum
AK9240AS & AK9246AS: NA
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DUCTING
A minimum of 8” round or 3-1/4” x 10” rectangular
duct for AK9228AS and AK9234AS must be used
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A minimum of 10” round duct for AK9240AS and
AK9246AS must be used to maintain maximum air
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available duct run when using elbows, transitions
and caps.
ALWAYS, when possible, reduce the number or
transitions and turns. If long duct run is required,
increase duct size.
If turns or transitions are required; install as far
away from hood duct output and as far apart,
between the two as possible.
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DAMAGE-SHIPMENT / INSTALLATION:
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installation.
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unit to the store in which it was bought for
repair or replacement.
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or replacement is the responsibility of the
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be made by arrangement between customer
and installer.
NEVER exhaust air or terminate duct work into spaces between walls, crawl spaces, ceiling, attics or garages.
All exhaust must be ducted to the outside.
Use single wall rigid metal ductwork only.
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Some Ducting Options
AK9228AS & AK9234AS
Models Only
side wall cap
w/ gravity damper
side wall cap
w/ gravity damper
Soffit or crawl space
Roof Pitch w/
Flashing & Cap
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Installation – Ducting Options
WARNING FIRE HAZARD
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(34“)17-1/4”
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(40”)15-1/4”
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elec.
k/o
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Top
C/L
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Back
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* Dimensions for 28” and 34” model sizes only
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(40”, 46”)Ø 9-3/4”
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WARNING
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how and background.
For personal safety, remove house fuse or open circuit breaker before beginning installation. Do not use
extension cord or adapter plug with this appliance.
Follow national electrical codes or prevailing local codes and ordinances.
Electrical Supply:
This appliance requires a 120V 60Hz electrical supply, and connected to an individual, properly grounded
branch circuit, protected by a 15 or 20 ampere circuit breaker or time delay fuse. Wiring must be 2 wire w/
ground. Please also refer Electrical Diagram labeled on product.
Cable Lock:
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and codes, purchase and install appropriate connector if necessary.
Cable Lock
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Installation – Electrical
ELECTRICAL
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CAUTION: At least two installers are required
due to the weight and size of the liner.
If possible, power up and test all functions prior to installation.
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Use caution during installation to prevent scratches or damage to the
stainless steel.
2. Cut out an opening in the bottom of the cabinet by following the
dimensions in FIG. 1. If ducting the one piece liner horizontally, also
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3. Prepare liner for installation into cabinet by following the steps on
page 11 for vertical ducting or pages 12 -14 for horizontal ducting.
Continue to Step 4 after preparation is completed.
4. Lift liner into bottom opening of cabinet and secure to interior of
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WARNING: Make sure the surface you are securing the liner to
is capable of holding the weight of AK92. Failure to do so may
cause personal injury or damage to cooking surface or counter.
5. Finalize installation of electrical and duct work. Seal duct work with
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duct tape and verify proper operation.
NOTE: If access to top of liner is not available after installation,
electrical and duct work connection may need to be made prior to
installing the liner.
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CABINET BACK
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2
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front of liner. 2)3LYRWLQJUHDURI¿OWHUGRZQ
2. Remove grease tray by: 1) Pulling up on tray to
release from bottom panel. 2) Lifting tray out of
liner body.
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Bottom Panel Screws
2
Locking Tabs
4. Remove bottom panel by: 1) 5HPRYLQJ
screws from left and right sides of bottom panel.
2) Pulling bottom panel toward front of liner to
release from locking tabs.
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panel.
5. Secure 8” round adaptor or 10” round adaptor to
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6. Vertical ducting preparation is complete. Refer to
page 10, step 4 to complete installation.
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Installation – Vertical Ducting Preparation
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Installation – Horizontal Ducting Preparation
AK9228AS and AK9234AS Models Only
1
1
1
2
2
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front of liner. 2)3LYRWLQJUHDURI¿OWHUGRZQ
2. Remove grease tray by: 1) Pulling up on tray to
release from bottom panel. 2) Lifting tray out of
liner body.
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Locking Tabs
4. Remove bottom panel by: 1) 5HPRYLQJ
screws from left and right sides of bottom panel.
2) Pulling bottom panel toward front of liner to
release from locking tabs.
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behind each panel.
5. Disconnect blower molex plug.
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3/16” x 3/8” screws from the top of the liner.
Set screws aside for later usage.
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ducting
A
Round
ducting
B
A
C
B
C
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or 3 1/4”x10” rect. knock-out plates at the back
of the liner.
8. Remove knock-outs A and B for rectangular
ducting. Remove knock outs B and C for round
ducting.
At this point, install the one piece liner
into the cabinet by following the steps
on Page 10, Step 4. After the liner
installation, continue to page 14.
9. Place top rectangular cover plate over opening
on top of the liner. NOTE: Make sure the cover
plate tabs are on top of the cover plate as
shown. From inside the liner, secure plate to
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Installation – Horizontal Ducting Preparation
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Installation – Horizontal Ducting Preparation
AK9228AS and AK9234AS Models Only
10. (Rectangular Ducting) From inside the liner,
push 3-1/4” x 10” rectangular adaptor through
the back knock-out and secure to interior back
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10. (Round Ducting) From inside the liner, push
8” round adaptor through the back knock-out
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M4 x 6mm screws.
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3/16” x 3/8” screws previously removed from
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12. Position blower inside liner body as shown by:
1) Rest the bottom horizontal ducting bracket
on the two support clips located on the interior
back wall of the liner. 2) Pivot top horizontal
ducting bracket to meet captive nuts on interior
back wall.
Horizontal ducting preparation is now
complete. Refer to Page 10, Step 5 to
complete installation.
13. Secure blower to captive nuts on interior
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aluminum duct tape. Plug in blower molex
plug.
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Display (speed level, delay off, filter clean)
Lights On/Dim/Off
Adjust 6 Speed Levels
5 Min Delay Off
1. Blower On/Off
By pressing
the blower is switched on and off. When switched on, the blower starts up on speed level 1.
ACT Verification
- Airflow Control Technology (ACT) allows the installer to set the maximum blower CFM to align with local codes and regulations.
- To verify the maximum blower CFM for AK9228AS and AK9234AS models:
- With hood off, hold the
button for 3-4 seconds. If number 6 displays = default max. CFM, if number 3 displays = max.
390 CFM, and if number 2 displays = max. 290 CFM.
- To verify the maximum blower CFM for AK9240AS and AK9246AS models:
- With hood off, hold the
button for 3-4 seconds. If number 6 displays = default max. CFM, if number 3 displays = max.
590 CFM, and if number 2 displays = max. 390 CFM.
2. Speed Selection
The 6 speed levels are selected by pressing
to decrease and
to increase speed levels. The display indicates levels
selected.
ACT Enabled Speed Selections
- When ACT is enabled, the number of blower speeds will be reduced as follows:
AK9228AS & AK9234AS
AK9240AS & AK9246AS
- 390 CFM = Maximum 3 speeds
- 590 CFM = Maximum 3 speeds
- 290 CFM = Maximum 2 speeds
- 390 CFM = Maximum 2 speeds
3. Delay Off
This feature is used for programmed shut down of blower 5 minutes after the function is activated. Press
once, a dot flashes
in the lower right side of display
indicating the function is on. The blower will completely shut down after 5 minutes.
4. Lights On/Dim/Off
Switch lights on by pressing
once, press a second time to dim and again to shut off lights.
5. Display Window
The display window indicates speed levels and features such as baffle filter clean reminder, delay off and clean air indicator.
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Features & Controls – Touch Controls
Blower On/Off
Features & Controls – Touch Controls
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Baffle Filter Clean Reminder
Aa set of baffle filters are fitted by the factory, these baffle filters are intended to filter out residue from
cooking. The filters need not be replaced on a regular basis but are required to be kept clean. The BaffleFilter Clean reminder function in the microprocessor will automatically indicate by a flashing F when the
baffle filters need to be cleaned after every 30 hours of use. Filters can be cleaned by hand with nonabrasive soap or in a dishwasher. Heavily soiled filters should also be soaked in grease cutting detergent
prior to cleaning.
Baffle Filter Clean Indicator
When F flashes on the display, the baffle filters
needo be cleaned. This will occur after every 30
hours of use.
Reset the filter clean reminder timer after filters are
cleaned and re-installed. With hood off, press and
hold
for approximately 5 seconds until F on
display disappears
. The filter clean reminder
function is now reset and a new 30 hours elapse
cycle is initiated.
Clean Filters
display < F > flashes
F
To Reset
hold 5 sec.
display from < F > to < >
F
Clean Air Function
Clean Air is a feature that turns on the blower on low speed every 4 hours for 10 minutes to remove stagnant
air in the kitchen. The Clean Air function is disabled by default and must be enabled by the user.
Clean Air Indicator
While Clean Air is active, the display will alternate
between A , 1 , A , 1 .
After 10 minutes of Clean Air operation, the blower
will power off and the 4 hour timer will reset.
If the blower speed is changed while the Clean Air
Function is in use, the cycle will be interrupted and
the timer will reset after.
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To Enable
hold 3 sec.
display < A > flashes
and
A
To Disable
hold 3 sec.
and
display from < A > to < >
A
SYNCHRONIZATION: To create a unique link between your liner and remote control please follow these steps:
1. With liner off, press and hold the “lights” button on the liner until the letter “F” shows on the display screen.
2. Press the “lights” button on the remote, the lights on the liner will turn on and synchronization is complete.
RF REMOTE FUNCTIONS:
Blower On/
Speed Selection 1
Blower On/
2 Power Off
1 Blower On / Speed Selection
Press
to power on blower and cycle through all six blower speeds.
2 Blower On / Power Off
By pressing
, the blowers will power on at the last speed setting. Press
again and the entire hood will power off, including lights.
3 Delay Off
By pressing
, the blower and lights will enter Delay Off mode. A dot will
appear in the lower right corner of the liner display
indicating the function is
on. The blower will change to speed 1 and shut down after 5 minutes.
4 Lights On / Dim / Off
5 Min Delay Off 3
4 Lights On/Dim/Off
Switch lights On by pressing
once, again to dim and again to switch Off.
RF REMOTE FEATURES:
The RF remote control is equipped with a magnet on the back for easy
storage. The remote may be placed on any magnetic surface such as a
refrigerator or the Zephyr remote holder, FIG. 4. The remote holder can
be inserted into a standard electrical outlet for easy storage. Note: The
remote holder does not charge the RF remote.
Maximum remote control communication distance is 15 feet from the liner.
FIG. 4
RF REMOTE MAINTENANCE:
Clean the remote control using non abrasive detergents
Follow instructions below for replacing battery.
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Remove the battery and replace with battery type A23 12V.
Negative end of battery should face the spring inside the remote.
+
A
Re-install battery door and recycle old battery.
FIG. 5
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Features & Controls – RF Remote Control
FCC Caution: To assure continued compliance, any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment. (Example - use only shielded interface cables when connecting to computer
or peripheral device. This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions. (1) This device
may not cause harmful interference, and (2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation. This remote control may operate in humid environments, but not when placed on a wet surface.
Maintenance – Cleaning and Installing Filters
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SURFACE MAINTENANCE:
Clean periodically with hot soapy water and clean cotton cloth. Do not use corrosive or abrasive detergent,
or steel wool/ scoring pads which will scratch and damage surface. Do not use products containing chlorine
bleach or orange cleaners.
For heavier soil use liquid degreaser.
After cleaning, you may use non-abrasive stainless steel polish/ cleaners, to polish and buff out the stainless
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replacing, they are required to be cleaned every 30 days or when the Clean Filter Indicator is illuminated on
the liner controls F .
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using hood.
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pull towards front of liner using handles.
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FIG. 6
Cleaning the Grease Tray
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gently scrubing any residue off with a soft terry cloth. Dry grease tray and re-install before using hood.
Removing the Grease Tray
Grease tray has a hooked lip that attaches to bottom panel top edge.
Remove grease tray by:
1. Pull up on tray to release from bottom panel. FIG. 7-1
2. Pull tray out of liner body. FIG. 7-2
1
1
2
FIG. 7
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CAUTION: Light bulb becomes extremely hot when turned on.
DO NOT touch bulb until switched off and cooled. Touching hot bulbs could cause serious burns.
Make sure all power is turned off and bulbs are not hot.
Remove by turning bulb counter clockwise. Note: Bulb does not unscrew; it turns 60 degrees, stops and
falls out.
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use a rubber/latex glove and turn counter clockwise.
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For Zephyr part numbers please turn to page 26 of the manual.
Bottom View
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Maintenance – Lights
REPLACING LIGHT BULBS
ACT Conversion
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Some local codes limit the maximum amount of CFM a range hood can move. ACT allows you to control the
maximum blower CFM of select Zephyr Ventilation range hoods without the need for expensive make up air kits.
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levels; AK9228AS & AK9234AS - 290 or 390 CFM, AK9240AS & AK9446AS - 590 or 390 CFM. The usage of ACT
may not be necessary for your installation. Please check your local codes for CFM restrictions.
By default the maximum blower CFM is set to 600 for AK9228AS & AK9234AS and 1200 for AK9240AS & AK9246AS.
!
CAUTION:
Hood must be disconnected from main power prior to performing the
conversion instructions listed below. Failure to do so could result in
personal injury or damage to the product.
To enable ACT
1. Before hood installation, gain access to PC board by following the steps shown in FIG. 8.
2. Change plastic jumper positioning as shown in FIG. 9 to set the desired maximum blower CFM.
3. Re-install PC board & continue with hood installation.
4. Remove the appropriate foil CFM sticker included with the hood literature and place inside the hood body below
the wiring diagram or in another clearly visible location.
NOTE: After re-positioning the jumper and powering on the hood, the CFM cannot be changed again.
To verify if your installer enabled ACT for AK9228AS & AK9234AS
With hood off, press and hold the power button for three seconds. If the number 6 displays = defualt max. CFM, if
the number 3 displays = max. 390 CFM, and if the number 2 displays = max. 290 CFM.
To verify if your installer enabled ACT for AK9240AS & AK9246AS
With hood off, press and hold the power button for three seconds. If the number 6 displays = defualt max. CFM, if
the number 3 displays = max. 590 CFM, and if the number 2 displays = max. 390 CFM.
When ACT is enabled, the number of blower speeds will be reduced.
AK9228AS & AK9234AS - 390 CFM = max. 3 speeds and 290 CFM = max. 2 speeds.
AK9240AS & AK9246AS - 590 CFM = max. 3 speeds and 390 CFM = max. 2 speeds.
There should also be a foil label located inside the hood body near the wiring diagram that indicates the blower
CFM.
Jumper Pins
- PC board located behind the light panel.
- Remove baffle filters and residue tray.
7
5
3
1
- (If applicable) Remove both spacer panels by 2
screws for each spacer panel.
- Remove 5 screws attaching light panel.
Plastic
Jumper
8
6
4
2
J u m p e r 5 - 6 or 7-8
DEFAULT POSITION
Default Max. Blower CFM
7
5
3
1
8
6
4
2
PC Board
FIG. 8
7
5
3
1
8
6
4
2
Jumper 3-4
Max. Blower CFM
AK9228AS & AK9234AS - 390
AK9240AS & AK9246AS - 590
FIG. 9
20
7
5
3
1
8
6
4
2
Jumper 1-2
Max. Blower CFM
AK9228AS & AK9234AS - 290
AK9240AS & AK9246AS - 390
USE ONLY TYPE MR16, GU10, 35 W.
MAX.HALOGEN LIGHT BULBS.
VOLTS
HZ
MAX AMPS
120
60
5
AK9228AS, AK9234AS
CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
b br r y g bu p w
ACT 390 CFM - Fan Max. 355W @ 3.0A
ACT 290 CFM - Fan Max. 255W @ 2.4A
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Fan Curve & Wiring Diagrams
AK9228AS and AK9234AS Models Only
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Blower Fan Curve 600 CFM
Model: AK92 (Monsoon I)
AC Input: 120V, 60Hz
Outlet Diameter: 8in
Pressure (inAq)
Fan Curve & Wiring Diagrams
AK9228AS and AK9234AS Models Only
2.8
2.7
2.6
2.5
2.4
2.3
2.2
2.1
2
1.9
1.8
1.7
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1
0.9
0.8
0.7
0.6
0.5
0.4
0.3
0.2
0.1
0
0
25
50
75
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Airflow Control Technology
100 125 150 175 200 225 250 275 300 325 350 375 400 425 450 475 500 525 550 575 600 625 650 675 700 725 750
Flow rate (CFM)
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Fan Curve & Wiring Diagrams
AK9240AS and AK9246AS Models Only
ACT 590 CFM - Fan Max. 556W @ 4.6A
ACT 390 CFM - Fan Max. 381W @ 3.4A
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Fan Curve & Wiring Diagrams
AK9240AS and AK9246AS Models Only
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Issue
Cause
What to do
After installation,
the unit doesn’t
work.
1. The power source is not turned ON.
1. Make sure the circuit breaker and the unit’s
power is ON.
2. The power line and the cable locking connector
is not connecting properly.
2. Check the power connection with the unit is
connected properly.
3. The switch board and control board wires are
disconnected.
3. Make sure the wires between the switch board
and control board are connected properly.
4. The wires on control board are loose.
4. Make sure the wires on the control board are
connected properly.
5. The switch board or control board is defective.
5. Change the switch board or control board.
1. The blower wire is not connected.
1. Make sure the blower wire is plugged into the
molex connector.
2. The thermally protected system detects if the
blower is too hot to operate and shuts the blower
down.
2. The blower will function properly after the
thermally protected system cool down.
3. Damaged capacitor.
3. Change the capacitor.
4. Blower molex plug pin is not making contact.
4. Disconnect the blower molex plug, check pins
inside plug to see if pin is pushed inside the
plug too far. Reseat pin if needed.
5. The blower is defective, possibly seized.
5. Change the blower.
Light works, but
blower is not
turning.
The unit is
vibrating.
1. The blower is not secure in place.
1. Tighten the blower in place.
2. The liner is not secured in place.
2. Check the installation of the liner.
3. Damaged blower wheel.
3. Change the blower.
The unit is
whistling.
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2. The duct pipe connections are not sealed or
connected properly.
2. Check the duct pipe connections to be sure all
connections are sealed properly.
The blower is
working, but the
lights are not.
1. The light bulb is loose.
1. Tighten the bulb and make sure it’s secure.
2. Defective halogen bulb.
2. Change the halogen bulb.
3. The light bulb plug is disconnected.
3. Connect the light bulb plug.
1. The hood might be hanging too high from the
cook top.
1. Adjust the distance between the cook top and
the bottom of the hood within 26” and 36”
range.
2. Wind from an opened window or opened
doors in the surrounding area are affecting the
ventilation of the hood.
2. Close all the windows and doors to eliminate
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3. Blockage in the duct opening or duct work.
3. Remove all the blocking from the duct work or
duct opening.
4. The direction of duct opening is against the wind.
4. Adjust the duct opening direction.
5. Using the wrong size of ducting.
5. Change the ducting to correct size.
The hood is
not venting out
properly.
Filter is vibrating.
RF Remote
control does not
work
1. Filter is loose.
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2. Change the spring clip.
1. Battery is dead.
1. Replace battery with type A23 12v.
2. Poor communication with the liner.
2. Remote control must be within 15 ft of liner.
3. RF remote lost communication with the liner.
3. Reset liner and remote by switching power
off at the circuit breaker for 5 minutes. Place
remote on counter top near the liner and
switch the circuit breaker back on.
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Troubleshooting
TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURES FOR MONSOON I
List of Parts and Accessories
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DESCRIPTION
PART #
Replacement Parts
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Limited Warranty
TO OBTAIN SERVICE UNDER WARRANTY OR FOR ANY SERVICE RELATED QUESTIONS, please call:
1-888-880-8368
Zephyr Ventilation, LLC (referred to herein as “we” or “us”) warrants to the original consumer purchaser (referred to
herein as “you” or “your”) of Zephyr products (the “Products”) that such Products will be free from defects in materials
or workmanship as follows:
Three Year Limited Warranty for Parts: For three years from the date of your original purchase of the Products, we
will provide, free of charge, Products or parts (including LED light bulbs, if applicable) to replace those that failed due to
manufacturing defects. We may choose, in our sole discretion, to repair or replace parts before we elect to replace the
Products.
One Year Limited Warranty for Labor: For one year from the date of your original purchase of the Products, we will
provide, free of charge, the labor cost associated with repairing the Products or parts to replace those that failed due to
manufacturing defects. After the first year from the date of your original purchase, you are responsible for all labor costs
associated with this warranty.
Warranty Exclusions: This warranty covers only repair or replacement, at our option, of defective Products or parts and
does not cover any other costs related to the Products including but not limited to: (a) normal maintenance and service
required for the Products and consumable parts such as fluorescent, incandescent or halogen light bulbs, mesh and charcoal filters and fuses; (b) any Products or parts which have been subject to freight damage, misuse, negligence, accident,
faulty installation or installation contrary to recommended installation instructions, improper maintenance or repair (other
than by us); (c) commercial use of the Products or use otherwise inconsistent with its intended purpose; (d) natural wear
of the finish of the Products or wear caused by improper maintenance, use of corrosive and abrasive cleaning products,
pads, and oven cleaner products; (e) chips, dents or cracks caused by abuse or misuse of the Products; (f) service trips
to your home to teach you how to use the Products; (g) damage to the Products caused by accident, fire, floods, acts of
God; or (h) Custom installations or alterations that impact serviceability of the Products. If you are outside our service
area, additional charges may apply for shipping costs for warranty repair at our designated service locations and for the
travel cost to have a service technician come to your home to repair, remove or reinstall the Products. After the first year
from the date of your original purchase, you are also responsible for all labor costs associated with this warranty.
Limitations of Warranty. OUR OBLIGATION TO REPAIR OR REPLACE, AT OUR OPTION, SHALL BE YOUR SOLE AND
EXCLUSIVE REMEDY UNDER THIS WARRANTY. WE SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR
SPECIAL DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OR PERFORMANCE OF THE PRODUCTS.
THE EXPRESS WARRANTIES IN THE PRECEDING SECTION ARE EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER EXPRESS
WARRANTIES. WE HEREBY DISCLAIM AND EXCLUDE ALL OTHER EXPRESS WARRANTIES FOR THE PRODUCTS,
AND DISCLAIM AND EXCLUDE ALL WARRANTIES IMPLIED BY LAW, INCLUDING THOSE OF MERCHANTABILITY AND
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Some states or provinces do not allow limitations on the duration of an implied
warranty or the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations or exclusions may not
apply to you. To the extent that applicable law prohibits the exclusion of implied warranties, the duration of any applicable
implied warranty is limited to the same two-year period described above. Any oral or written description of the Products is for
the sole purpose of identifying the Products and shall not be construed as an express warranty. Prior to using, implementing
or permitting use of the Products, you shall determine the suitability of the Products for the intended use, and you shall assume
all risk and liability whatsoever in connection with such determination. We reserve the right to use functionally equivalent
refurbished or reconditioned parts or Products as warranty replacements or as part of warranty service. This warranty is not
transferable from the original purchaser and applies in the United States and Canada.
To Obtain Service Under Limited Warranty: To qualify for warranty service, you must: (a) notify us at the address or
telephone number stated below within 60 days of the discovery of the defect; (b) give the model number and part identification number and serial number; and (c) describe the nature of any defect in the Product or part. At the time of the
request for warranty service, you must present evidence of your proof of purchase and proof of the original purchase
date. If we determine that the warranty exclusions listed above apply or if you fail to provide the necessary documentation to obtain service, you will be responsible for all shipping, travel, labor and other costs related to the services.
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