Instructions on mounting and use RH2W - RH2B

RH2W - RH2B
Instructions on mounting and use
E2
CLACK!
C1
C2
B2
D2
D1
N
O
B1
E1
P3
P1
1c
m
J
K
P2
M
J
K
H
H
L
I
F
G5
A
G3
EXHAUTING
ABLUFT
EVACUATION
ASPIRANTE
F
RECIRCULATION
UMLUFT
RECICLAGE
FILTRANTE
G1
A
G2
A
F
G4
F
A
A
G6
R1
b
a
R2
U2
U2
T2
U1
U1
S1
T1
T2
S2
Z X2
Y1
X1
X3
Z
V
Y2
Consult the designs in the front pages referenced in the text by alphabet letters.
Closely follow the instructions set out in this manual
The cooker hood has an upper air duct B1 and an optional
avoided. Frying of foods must be kept under close control
rear air duct B2, for external fumes exit.
in order to avoid overheated oil catching fire. Carry out
Select the suitable air duct and apply the flange C supplied,
fumes discharging in accordance with the regulations in
ensure to close the unused hole duct with tap D supplied
force by local laws for safety and technical restrictions.
if provided.
Operation: The control panel is situated on the front right
Caution! In some models the rear hole duct is not easily
of the cooker hood and is equipped with various suction
accessible, even when the tap (if mounted) is removed, in
speeds. Use the highest speed for situations of high level
this case remove the plastic piece E1 or E2 that is blocking
vapour concentration in cooking. Always open the vapour
the hole duct, by unwinding using pliers and cutter. Check
collector N (Some models have an adjustable to the right
that the filter/suction selector (inside the cooker hood) G
or left O button). It is advisable to switch on the suction at
is in the suction (A) position. In the case where it is not
least 5 minutes prior to cooking and leave it in operation for
possible to discharge the cooking fumes externally, the
15 minutes approximately after cooking is terminated.
cooker hood may be used in the filter version by fixing a
carbon filter, the fumes and vapours are recycled via the
anterior grill placed above the control panel. Check that the
suction/filter selector is in the filter (F) position.
The models provided without suction motor may function
only in the suction version and must be connected to a
peripheral suction unit (not supplied).
Electrical connection: The electrical tension must
correspond to the tension noted on the label placed inside
the cooker hood. Connect the electrical plug, where provided,
to the an easily accessible outlet in conformity with local
standards in force.
Where an electrical plug is provided (for direct connection
to electrical network) place a standards approved bipolar
switch with an aperture distance of not less than 3mm
(accessible) from the contacts.
Installation: The cooker hood must be placed at a minimum
distance of 65 cm from the cooking plane for electric
cookers and 75cm for gas or mixed cookers. The cooker
hood may be installed on the wall or on the base of a
cabinet; if supplied, use the hole gauge H to drill the correct
distance, otherwise lean the cooker hood on the wall or on
the base of the cabinet and mark the holes with a pencil (at
least 3 holes of Ø8mm for wall mounting or 4 holes of Ø8mm
for cabinet base mounting – in some cases the 4 fixing
screws for cabinet mounting are placed in the I container
situated inside the cooker hood).
Wall mounting : insert the wall screw anchors J in the
drilled holes and the two K screws in the upper drill holes,
remove the grill and hook the cooker hood to the 2 screws,
finally from the inside, insert the third screw L and lock them
all in.
Cabinet fixing: affix the cooker hood with the 4 M screws
from inside the cabinet.
Caution: This appliance is designed to be operated by
adults. Children should not be allowed to tamper with the
controls or play with the appliance.
Do not use the cooker hood where the grill is not correctly
fixed! The suctioned air must not be conveyed in the same
channel used for fumes discharged by appliances powered
by other than electricity. The environment must always be
adequately aerated when the cooker hood and other
appliances powered by other than electricity are used at the
same time. Flambé cooking with a cooker hood is prohibited.
The use of a free flame is damaging to the filters and may
cause fire accidents, therefore free flame cooking must be
Maintenance
Prior to any maintenance work disconnect the cooker
hood from the electrical connection.
Grease Filter – may be one of the following types:
Paper filter must be replaced once a month or if coloured
on the top side, when the coloration is evident via the holes
in the grill.
Sponge filter should be washed once a month and
replaced every 5/6 washes.
Metallic filter must be cleaned once a month with suitable
detergents either by hand or in dishwasher (65°C).
In order to remove the grease filter open the grill via the P
hooks and free the R1 or R2 stoppers.
Carbon Filter (only for filter versions)
The active carbon filter is not washable nor regenerative.
The active carbon filter traps unpleasant cooking odours.
Mounted inside the cooker hood covering the motor protector
grill – it may be one of the following types:
Rectangular S1 or S2: to be replaced every 6 months
Affixing: insert the rear side T and hook further to the front
(U).
Circular (V-various models): to be replaced every 4
months.
Bayonet mount position the filter in the middle of the motor
protection grill covering ensuring that the reference to X1 or
X2 or X3 on the carbon filter match the Y1 or Y2 references
on the conveyor, then turn clockwise; in case of dismounting
turn anticlockwise, if provided with a Z tape remember to
gently lift first.
Light bulb replacement: Unscrew the damaged light bulb
and replace with an incandescent oval light bulb with a
maximum of 40W E14. Remove the grill in order to reach
the light bulb area.
Cleaning: The cooker hood should be cleaned regularly
internally and externally.
For cleaning use a cloth moistened with denatured alcohol
or neutral liquid detergents. Avoid abrasive detergents.
Failure to carry out the basic standards of the cleaning of
the cooker hood and replacement of the filters may
cause fire risks.
The manufacturers refuse to accept any responsibility for damage to the hood or its catching on fire
because of failure to observe the above instructions.
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