A P P L I A N C E S
K COOKER HOOD
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Read this manual carefully before operation
Pictures in this manual are for reference only, the product in kind prevail.
RH.90.FLATG
Contents
01
Contents................................................................. 1
02 Warnings................................................................ 2
03
Safety Warning....................................................... 3
04
Notice of Installation............................................... 4
05
Use................................................................... 7
06
Maintenance......................................................... 10
07
Trouble Shooting.................................................. 11
08
Main Parameters.................................................. 12
09
Disposal................................................................ 12
1
Warnings
z This appliance can be used by children aged from 8
years and above and persons with reduced physical,
sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and
knowledge if they have been given supervision or
instruction concerning use of the appliance in a safe
way and understand the hazards involved. Children
shall not play with the appliance. Cleaning and user
maintenance shall not be made by children without
supervision. If the supply cord is damaged, it must be
replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent or
similarly qualified persons in order to avoid a hazard.
z There shall be adequate ventilation of the room when
the range hood is used at the same time as appliances
burning gas or other fuels.
z The filter is made of high density aluminum.
z Please do not use corrosive detergent for cleaning. The
proper function of the unit is conditioned by the
regularity of the maintenance.
z To protect the main body from corrosive of the long time
accumulation of dirt, the cooker hood should be
cleaned with hot water with non-corrosive detergent
every two months.
z There is a fire risk if cleaning is not carried out in
accordance with the instructions.
z Do not flame under the range hood.
z The air must not be discharged into a flue that is used
for exhausting fumes from appliances burning gas or
other fuels.
z The minimum distance between the supporting surface
for the cooking vessels on the hob and the lowest part
of the range hood is 650 mm.
Regulations
concerning the discharge of air have to be
z
fulfilled.
z The appliance uses 4 hob elements at most.
z CAUTION : Accessible parts may become hot when
used with cooking appliances.
2
Safety Warning
 The appliance is not intended for use by young children or infirm
persons without supervisions.
 Young children should be supervised to ensure they do not play with
the appliance.
 Plug the power cord to socket outlet with earthing continuity terminal.
 The cooker hood is for home use only, not suitable for barbecue, roast
shop and other commercial purposes.
 The cooker hood and its filter should be cleaned regularly
according to the instruction.
 Do not use open flame, or allow oil to go beneath the appliance.
 If there is any fault occurred with the appliance, please call after-sale
service department.
 Please keep the kitchen room ventilated.
 Prior to any maintenance, cleaning operation, ensure the power is cut
off.
 If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer,
service agent or similarly qualified person in order to avoid a hazard.
The replaced power cord should be provided by manufacturer or seller.
 If the plug or cord is damaged, please call after-sale service center.
 There is a fire risk if cleaning is not carried out in accordance with the
instruction.
 In case of damaged connecting wire, please refer to the manufacturer,
after-sale service personnel or other qualified technicians.
 Use the unit according to the instructions to avoid any fire hazard.
 The exhaust air must not be introduced into a smoke flue or chimney
that is used for exhausting fumes from appliances burning gas.
 Follow the local laws applicable for external air evacuation.
3
Notice of Installation

It can not share the same air ventilation tube with other appliance
such as gas tube, warmer tube, and hot wind tube. There will be
hazard of underpressure, combustion impaired and harmful gases
drawn back.

The bending of ventilation tube should be ≥120°,parallel or above the
start point/should be connected to the external wall.

Please make sure the installation plate is placed horizontally to avoid
grease collection at one end. See Fig.1.
Right
Wrong
Fig.1

After installation, make sure that plug can be pulled out if necessary.

T he cooker hood should be placed 650~750 mm up from the
cooking plane for safe and a good effect. See Fig.2.

There shall be adequate ventilation of the room when the cooker
hood is working.
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Fig.2
1 x Installation plate
7 x Plastic expansion pipes
2 x Chimney installation plates
4 x Screws(M4*20)
4 x Decorative washers
7 x Screws(ST5*50) 6 x Screws(ST4.2*9.5/2 Spare) 4 x Spacers
Fig.3
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Installation
 Accessories. See Fig.3. (Type and quantity of accessories is
subject to actual demand.)
 Fix installation plate and extension chimney installation plate, install
the plastic expansion pipes of chimney installation plate on wall.
See Fig.4.
 Fix the exhaust pipe and chimney on the main body, connect
chimney installation plate and chimney. Intall the glass according to
the drawings. See Fig.5.
 Hang range hood on the installation plate. See Fig.6.
 After connecting the exhaust pipe well, fix chimney installation plate
to prevent the range hood from accidently sliding off the
installation plate. See Fig.7.
 Fix extension chimney. See Fig.8.
Fig.4
Fig.5
6
Fig.7
Fig.6
Stop
Low
Mid
High
Light
Fig.9.1
Fig.8
Use
Speed adjustment. See Fig.9.1. (For some models)
 Press Stop button, the motor will stop running.
 Press the Low (speed) button, the motor runs at low speed.
 Press the Mid (speed) button, the motor runs at mid speed.
 Press the High (speed) button, the motor runs at high speed.
 Press the Light button, the two lighting lamps will come on.
 Press it again and the lamps will be turned off.
7 X Screws(M5*50)
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Speed adjustment. See Fig.9.2. (For some models)
 After plugging, buzz once to declare the hood is connected with
electricity. After the connection:
 Pr ess the Power button, control motor power: under standby state,
press this button, motor will run at low speed, and light for power
and low speed button will be on; under power-on state, press this button,
hood will enter 3-min-delay-shutdown state, press power button again
under this state, the hood will turn off( motor stops running).
 Press the Light button, control light being on and off independently
without any other buttons’ help. Press it once, lights will be on.
Press again, they will be off.
 Press the High button, valid under power-on state. While running at
middle or low speed mode, press this button, the hood will enter high
speed mode. If already running at high speed, pressing this button takes
no effect. In 3-min-delay-shutdown state, press it, the hood cancels
delay shutdown mode and enter high speed running state.
 Press the Mid button, valid under power-on state. While running at
high or low speed mode, press this button, the hood will enter middle
speed mode. If already running at middle speed, pressing this button
takes no effect. In 3-min-delay-shutdown state, press it, the hood
cancels delay shutdown mode and enter middle speed running state.
 Press the Low button, valid under power-on state. While running at
high or middle speed mode, press this button, the hood will enter low
speed mode. If already running at low speed, pressing this button takes
no effect. In 3-min-delay-shutdown state, press it, the hood cancels
delay shutdown mode and enter low speed running state.
Light
Low
Mid
High
Power
Fig.9.2
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Speed adjustment. See Fig.9.3. (For some models)
After the hood is switched on, a beep sound heard and all key lights are
lightened for 1 s, indicating the hood has been powered on. Under the
condition of hood power-on:
 Power Key: control the motor power, under standby state, press the
“power” button, “power” key light is on, the motor starts up at low
speed, digital screen displays setting 1; under power-on state, press
the “power” button, enter 3-min-delay-shutdown state, setting
switched to low speed, the power key flashes at one second interval,
which means entering delay-shutdown state; under delay-shutdown
state, press the “power” button, it’s shut down immediately (motor
stops running).
 Light Key: independently control the light on and off free from the
effect of other keys. Press it once, the light is on, meanwhile the
the light is off and light key
light key light is on; press again,
light is off too.
 Plus (+) Key: valid under power-on state, press plus (+) key once,
motor speed increased one setting, digital tube displays corresponding
setting. When the plus (+) key is pressed down, plus (+) key light is on.
When at the highest setting, only give out key touch sound, the setting
no longer changes.
 Minus (-) Key: valid under power-on state, press “minus (-)” key once,
motor
speed
decreased
one
setting,
digital
tube
displays
corresponding setting. When the “minus (-)”key is pressed down,
“minus (-)”key light is on. When at the lowest setting, only give out key
touch sound, the setting no longer changes.
Light
Minus
Digital screen
Fig.9.3
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Plus
Power
Maintenance
Contents
Cleaning of the filters
 Removing the filters according to Fig.10.
 Put into a dishwasher with detergent, set the temperature below
60 degrees.
 Please do not use abrasive detergent for it will damage the hood.
 Make sure that the hood is shut off before cleaning.
Fig.10
Fig.11
Replacement of the carbon filters ( Optional )
 Remove the filters see Fig.10.
 The carbon filters are located at both end of the motor.
Turn the carbon filters until they are locked. S ee Fig.11.
 Apply reverse procedure to remove the carbon filter.
 It should be replaced after approximately 2-3 months of use.
 The carbon filer cannot be washed or recycled.
 Carbon filter is not supplied with your appliance.
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Trouble Shooting
Fault
Cause
Solution
The blades are blocked.
Light on, but motor
does not work.
The capacitor is damaged.
Replace capacitor.
The motor is damaged.
Replace motor.
The internal wiring of motor is cut off /
disconnected. An unpleaseant smell Replace motor.
may be produced.
Apart from the above mentioned, check the following:
Both light and motor Light damaged.
Replace lights.
do not work.
Connect the wires as per the
Power cord loose.
electric diagram.
Outlet and the air ventilation entrance Take down the outlet and seal with
Oil leakage.
are not tightly sealed.
glue.
Leakage from the connection of Take U-shaped section down and
U-shaped section and cover.
The blade, if damaged, can cause
Vibration.
vibrating.
Replace the blade.
The motor is not tightly fastened.
Fasten the motor tightly.
The cooker hood is not tightly fixed.
Fixed the cooker hood tightly.
The distance between the cooker
Insufficient suction.
seal with soap or paint.
hood and the cooker top is too large.
Too much ventilation from open doors
or windows.
Readjust the distance.
Choose a new place to install the
appliance or close some doors /
windows.
The fixing screws are not tight Tighten the fixing screw and make
The machine inclines. enough.
The hanging
it horizontal.
screws are not tight Tighten the hanging screw and
enough.
make it horizontal.
Electrical Diagram

Electrical diagram see label on main body of the actual product.
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Main Parameters
Voltage
220-240V~50/60Hz
Rated Power
213W
Lighting Power
2 X 1.5W
Motor Power
210W
Diameter of air tube
150mm
Air flow
600m3 /h
Noise
≤ 61dB
The air flow parameter is tested under conditions of 230V ~ 50Hz when the
voltage is 220-240V~ 50/60Hz and without carbon filters.
Disposal
Please dispose of it at your local community waste collection /
recycling center and ensure it presents no danger to children
while being stored for disposal. The plug must be rendered
useless and the cable cut off to prevent misuse.
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P/N:16173000A01612
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