Windster WS-5542SS Specifications

WS-5530SS
WS-5536SS
WS-5542SS
OPERATION
MANUAL
(For residential and indoor use only)
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Store the guide away in a safe place so that you will know where it is,
when you want to refer to it.
Table of Contents
A. Important Safety Instructions
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P.1
B. Safety Notes ------------------------------------------------------
P.3
C. Tools and Materials Required ----------------------------------
P.4
D. Accessory Package --------------------------------------------
P.4
E. Preparing the Range Hood -----------------------------------
P.5
F. Preparing the Installation Location --------------------------
P.6
G. Providing Electrical Power -------------------------------------
P.7
H. Mounting Range Hood to Cabinet ----------------------------
P.8
I.
Making The Electrical Connection -----------------------------
P.8
J
Mounting Range Hood Without Cabinet ---------------------
P.9
K. Use and Care ------------------------------------------------------
P.10
L. Maintenance Instruction -----------------------------------------
P.11
M. Ducting --------------------------------------------------------------
P.11
N. Troubleshootings --------------------------------------------------
P.12
P. Circuit Diagram ----------------------------------------------------
P.12
Q. Parts Layout Diagram ---------------------------------------------
P.13
R. Recirculation Kit Installation -----------------------------------
P.15
S. Size -----------------------------------------------------------------
P.15
WARNING
Due to sharp edge, please wear
" Safety Workman Gloves"
for installation, cleaning, light bulb changing and
dismantling to reduce the risk of any bodily injuries.
Safety Workman Gloves
A. IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTURCTIONS
CAUTION- To reduce risk of fire and to properly exhaust air, make sure to properly
exhaust air. Be sure to duct air outside- Do not vent exhaust air into
spaces within walls, ceilings, attics, crawl spaces, or garages.
WARNING- To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not use this fan with any
solid- state speed control device.
WARNING- TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK, OR INJURY,
TO PERSONS,OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING:
A. DO NOT spray any liquid form cleaner on hood surface including lights
and control switch. To clean the range hood, spray liquid form cleaner
directly onto cleaning cloth for hood cleaning.
B. Use this unit only in the manner intended by the manufacturer.
If you have questions, contact the manufacturer.
C. Before servicing or cleaning the unit, switch power off at service panel
to prevent power from being switched on accidentally.
D. When the service disconnecting means cannot blocked, securely
fasten prominent warning device such as a tag to service panel.
CAUTION- For general ventilating use only. Do not use to exhaust hazardous
or explosive materials and vapours.
WARNING- TO REDUCE THE RISK OF A RANGE TOP GREASE FIRE:
A- Never leave surface units unattended at high settings. Boil over cause
smoking and greasy spillovers that may ignite. Heat oils slowly on low
or medium settings.
B- Always turn hood on when cooking at high heat or when cooking flaming
foods. (ie, Craepes suzetter, charries jubilee, peppercorn beef flambe)
C- Clean ventilating fans frequently. Grease should not be allowed to
accumulate on fan or filter.
D- Use proper pan size. Always use cookware appropriate for the size of the
surface element.
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WARNING- To reduce the risk of injury in the event of a range top grease
fire, observe the following:
A- SMOTHER FLAMES with a close- fitting lid, cookie sheet,
or metal tray, then turn off the burner. Be careful to prevent
burns. If the flames do not go out immediately, EVACUATE
AND CALL THE FIRE DEPARTMENT.
B- NEVER PICK UP A FLAMING PAN - You may be burned.
C- DO NOT USE WATER including wet dishcloths or towelsa violent steam explosion will result.
D- USE AN EXTINGUISHER ONLY IF:
1. You know you have a CLASS ABC extinguisher, and you
already know how to operate it.
2. The fire is small and contained in the area where it started.
3. The fire department is being called.
4. You can fight the fire with your back to an exit.
WARNING- Sufficient air is needed for proper combustion and
exhausting of gases through the flue (chimney) of fuel burning
equipment to prevent back drafting. Follow the heating equipment
manufacturer's guideline and safety standards such as these
published by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA),and
the American Society for Heating. Refrigeration and Air
Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), and the local code authorities.
Keep the range hood clean.
WARNING- To reduce the risk of fire, use only metal duct work.
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B. SAFETY NOTES
1. All electrical work must be done in accordance with local and/or national
electrical code as applicable for safety. This product must be grounded
if your are unfamiliar with methods of installing electrical wiring, secure
the services of a qualified electrician.
2. Turn off power at service entrance before installing wiring or servicing
this product. (120 volt for range hood. 220 volt for electric range if any)
3. Turn off power to avoid risk of fire, electric shock, or injury for cleaning
or maintenance such as lubrication.
4. Fireplaces, gas furnaces, water heaters, require proper flow of
combustion air and exhaust. Make sure this flow is not altered when
using any exhaust fan.
5. Please read specification label on product for further information and
requirements.
6. Please wear "Safety Gloves" for installation, cleaning, light bulb
changing and dismantling to reduce the risk of any injuries.
CAUTION- To reduce the risk of fire and to properly exhaust air, be
sure to duct air outside. Do not vent exhaust air into spaces
within walls or ceilings or into attics crawl spaces or garages.
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C. TOOLS AND MATERIALS REQUIRED
C. Tools and Materials Required
Drill, electric of ratchet driver, with 3/16" wood bit (for drilling starter
holes and 1 ¼ ” wood bit (to drill an access holes in the cabinet or
kitchen wall for the electric power line)
One common screwdriver.
Plier (for opening electrical knockout).
Two 1" (thick)x2" (wide)x12" (approximate length) wood strips for
recessed bottom kitchen cabinet installation only. (Purchase locally).
Electrical wire and supplies to comply with local cords.
Four 1 ¼ ” long flat head wood screws (purchase locally) to mount
wood strips.
Pencil and ruler for marking locations. Saber saw or keyhole saw for
cutting the 1"x2" wood strips to length.
D.D.
ACCESSORY
AccessoryPACKAGE
Package
1. Wood screws 3/16" x 1" L
6pcs.
2. Wire connector with spring 3pcs.
3. Washer
6pcs.
4. 6” Vertical starting round collar 1pc.
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E.E.
PREPARING
PreparingTHE
TheRANGE
RangeHOOD
Hood
1. Remove the top electrical
Electrical Knockout
knockout, you may plan to
bring power to the range
hood either through the
cabinet or through the wall
(Fig.1)
Fig.1
2. Insert a screwdriver into the knockout slot and bend the knockout
back and forth. (Fig.2)
3. You may have to use pliers to pull the loosened knockout free.(Fig.3)
Fig.3
Fig.2
28”-32”
4. When installed, the bottom edge
of your range hood should be
28" ~ 32" above the top of the
cooking surface. (Fig.4)
Fig.4
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F. PREPARING THE INSTALLATION LOCATION
1. If you want to move the electric range to make room for working on the cabinet
turn off the 220 volt power for the electric range at the service entrance.
2. Before moving a gas range, shut off the gas.
NOTE: 1. SKIP FOLLOWING STEPS 3A THROUGH 3D IF THE HOOD IS TO BE
MOUNTED ON A CABINET WITH A FLUSH BOTTOM .
2. A FLUSH BOTTOM MUST CUT AN AT LEAST 6” X6” BY SQUARE TO
FIT FOR A DUCTING VENTILATION (REF FIG.11)
3. For installation onto a recessed bottom cabinet:
a. Measure the space (under the cabinet between the inside front edge and
inside back edge (Fig.5). With a saber saw, cut two 1"x2" wood filler strips
(purchased locally) to fill in the bottom of the cabinet.
b. Start a 1 ¼ " long wood screw (purchased locally) about 3" from each end
of the 1"x2" wood strips (Fig.6)
c. Position the strips on the cabinet bottom and screw the strips securely to
the cabinet (Fig.7)
d. For a more secure installation, drill four 3/16" holes from inside the cabinet,
down into the wood filler strips. Insert screws into the starter holes in
cabinet and tighten screws until wood filler strips are secured under cabinet.
4. Center the hood in place beneath the cabinet and flush with the front of the
cabinet. Mark the following:
a. The six keyhole mounting slots for the hood. Mark these onto the bottom of
the cabinet; or, if the cabinet bottom is recessed. Onto the wood strips (Fig.7)
b. The electrical knockout hole. (Fig.1)
Fig.6
Fig.5
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4. Screw the four 1" wood screws (for
mounting the hood) into the exact
center of the arrow and of the keyhole
mounting slots marked on the cabinet
bottom (for flush installations), or
marked on the 1” x2” wood strips (for
Strips secured
recessed cabinet installation) (Fig.7)
Do not turn the mounting screws in all
Fig.7
the way. Allow 3/8" of screw to project,
so the hood can be fitted place.
(The screws will be tightened later)
G.G.
PROVIDING
POWER
ProvidingELECTRICAL
Electrical Power
Note: Please also refer P.8 "I. Making the Electrical Connection"
1. After turning off the proper 120 volt circuit at the service entrance,
drill out the electrical power line access hole marked on the cabinet
bottom or wall. Use a 1 ¼ ”wood bit. To operate the electric drill, use
an extension cord connected to another circuit. (Fig.8)
2. Fish the electrical power line through the access hole drilled in the wall or
bottom of the cabinet. Attach an appropriate connector (purchased locally)
to the end of the power line for the type of wiring being installed. Follow all
codes. (Fig.9)
Safety Warning:
If drilling into the walls, be careful not to cut existing electrical cables,
which would create a hazard.
Color:
green/white/black
1
" bit
Connecter
Fig.8
Fig.9
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H. MOUNTING RANGE HOOD TO CABINET
1. Position the hood in place so that :
a. The electrical line is routed through the appropriate Knockout opening.
This step will have to be accomplished while positioning the hood (Fig.10)
b. The large part of the keyhole mounting slots on the hood fit onto the hood
mounting screws projecting from the bottom of the cabinet. (Fig.11)
2. Adjust the hood so the front is flush with the cabinet front.
3. Tighten the hood mounting screws all the way into the cabinet or into
the 1" x 2" wood strips so the hood is secure.
Color:
green/white/black
Fig.11
Knockout opening
Fig.11
Fig.10
I. MAKING THE ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
1. Turn the three nuts at the front of bottom board.
2. Remove screws on wiring case,
fish out wires through the
wire case
knockout. (Fig.12)
3. Mark the electrical connection by
fastening all wires to the existing
wall wiring according to the their
colors. (Black to Black, White to
Fig.12
White, Green to Ground)
4. After connection is done, reinstall wiring case cover and bottom board.
5. Slide plastic collection cups onto the back metal mounting.
6. Turn on power and check operation of fan and light.
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J. MOUNTING RANGE HOOD WITHOUT CABINET
Bracket
1. Using metal brackets and screws
(included), center hood onto
Screw
board and install screw.
2. Remove the hood from the board and
nail the wood board onto the wall.
(Be sure the nail is in the center of
the stud)
3. Place the range hood on the board
and tighten the screw.
4. Completely finished.
windcap(s) are not included.
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K. USE AND CARE
Note : For stainless steel type, peel off the PVC films before use.
Operate switches (Fig.15)
Switch A : Light switch
C
Switch B : Right fan switch
Switch C : Left fan switch
II- high speed
0- off
B
A
Fig.15
I- low speed
After you are finished cooking, please always remember to turn control
switches B and C off. (Press switch on “O” position)
Note : Range hood should be turn on either before or the same time when cooking
begins. After cooking, range hood should be kept on for about 3 more minutes
for complete ventilation of cooking oders.
Care Instruction :
Please always pull the plug out outlet, when cleaning or dismantling,
wear “safety gloves” to reduce the risk of any bodily injuries.
Exterior : Can be cleaned with any type of non-abrasive detergent and a clean
cloth. “Green pad” etc. And any metal type cleaning pad is not recommended
for exterior.
Interior : 1. Switch ON the fan at high, mix mild detergent with water in
mist-sprayer, at fine-spray mixture on to the blades for 60 seconds
with the fan running.
2. Leave fan on for an additional 4-5 minutes to dry oil basin.
3. Repeat on other turbine vane (can be cleaned simultaneously with
the first).
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MaintenanceINSTRUCTION
Instruction
L.L.
MAINTENANCE
1. Maintenance shall be important than repair. Please take care of the
needed maintenance in order to secure and extend the excellent
functions and using life.
Note: Before repairing the range hood. Disconnect the power source.
2. After using the machine, wipes the machine by neutral detergent in
order to keep it clean and maintain the appearance with brightness
and sanitation.
3. When the level of dirty oil of the collector reached 4/5 of height, it has to
be removed in order to avoid overflowing and pollution.
M. DUCTING
M. Ducting
This style of range must be vented via ducting to the outside of the house.
Follow general rules when ducting the hood: Use correct size of ducting
(6" or 7” round ), do not reduce size of ducting, make all turns gradual,
no short corners. If ducting ran will be longer than 10 feet enlarge duct by
at least 1" inch diameter after each 10 feet. Tape all joints in ducting and
all gasketed openings on hood for a tight seal.
For round ducting from the top:
For the gray plastic (included) over the circular opening on top in order to
provide a tight seal for ducting to attach to. The GRAY ring is designed to fit
either 6“ or 7” ducting.
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Troubleshootings
N.N.
TROUBLESHOOTINGS
Symptom
Correction
A. Check power source to see if it is normal.
Fan are not operatable.
B. Check power inlet plug to see if it is
plugged firmly into it's socket.
A. Disconnect the power source.
Illuminating light
does not work
B. Check light, replace it with a new
one if it is burned out.
A. Check for damaged vanes.
Hood vibrates.
B. Check if exhaust duct is secured.
P. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
NOTE : Any faults with this unit should only be attended to by a qualified technician.
SWITCH
RED
BLUE
RED
BLUE
BLACK
WHITE
BLACK
LAMP
WHITE
BLUE
YELL OW
RED
BLUE
BLUE
YELL OW
RED
BLUE
YELLOW
WHITE
4u
4u
50/60 HZ
MOTOR
MOTOR
CAPACITOR
(4+4uf 350V)
12
AC
GREEN
EARTH GROUND
Q.Q.
PARTS
PartsLAYOUT
Layout DIAGRAM
Diagram
12
15
13
16
14
1
21
4
22
6
23
5
24
2
25
26
7
27
28
8
9
3
17
18
10
19
11
20
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PARTS LIST
Parts List
Description
No.
Parts no.
Per hood
1
Hood casing
55-01
1
2
Air chamber
55-02
1
3
Bottom board
55-03
1
4
Wire box
55-04
1
5
Motor housing
55-05
2
6
Oil collector (large)
55-06
2
7
Motor (L/R)
55-07
2
8
Fan (L/R)
55-08
2
9
Oil tunnel
55-09
2
10
Safety mesh (L/R)
55-10
2
11
Oil collector (small)
55-11
2
12
Exhaust pipe connector
55-12
1
13
Power cord
55-13
1
14
Earth
55-14
1
15
Light switch
55-15
1
16
Speed switch
55-16
2
17
Screw
55-17
3
18
Lamp shade
55-18
1
19
Washer
55-19
1
20
Screw
55-20
2
21
Capacitor
55-21
1
22
Wire connector (large)
55-22
1
23
Wire connector (small)
55-23
1
24
Light bulb
55-24
1
25
Light bulb socket
55-25
1
26
Cord bushing
55-26
1
27
Wire box cover (small)
55-27
1
28
Wire box cover (large)
55-28
1
* Specifications subject to change without notice.
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R. Recirculation Kit Installation (optional)
Note: Before mounting the range hood and recirculation kit, please must refer the
S. Size
following from the manual.
1. P.5 “E. Preparing the Range Hood” remove the top electrical knockout
(recirculation kit is same step)
2. P.7 ” G. Providing electrical power” .
3. P.8 “H. Mounting Range Hood To Cabinet ”.
(1). Mount the recirculation kit to the bottom
of the cabinet. (Screws not included with
recirculation kit)
(1)
(2)
(2). After securing the recirclation kit to the
bottom of the cabinet, make sure to run
the path for the electrical power cord.
(3)
(3). Before mounting the range hood,
be sure to connect the electrical
power cord. Mount the range hood
using the screws porvided to the
bottom (4 sides) of the recirculation kit.
(30” - 5 pcs screws)
(36”/42”/48” - 9 pcs screws)
(4)
(4). Before powering the unit, make sure all
screws and power cord have been
properly connected. After all connections
have been secured your recirculating
range hood is ready for use.
S. SIZE
20-7/8”
6-1/2”
30” (36”)(42”)
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Limited Warranty
Windster Hoods Inc. warrants this product against defects in material or
workmanship as follows:
1) Labor: For a period of one (1) year from the date of purchase, if this product
is determined to be defective, Windster will repair or replace the product, at its
option, at no charge. After the warranty period, you must pay for all labor
charges. During the “labor” warranty period there will be no charge for labor.
2) Parts: In addition, Windster will supply, at no charge, new or rebuilt
replacements in exchange for defective parts for a period of two (2) years.
After the warranty period, you must pay for all parts costs. During the “parts”
warranty period, there will be no charge for parts
You must carry-in or mail-in your product during the warranty period. This warranty
only applies to products purchased and serviced in the United States or Canada.
What Is Not Covered By These Warranties:
1) Conditions and damages resulting from any of the following:
?
Improper installation, delivery, or maintenance.
?
Any repair, modification, alteration or adjustment not authorized by the
manufacturer or an authorized service dealers.
?
Misuse, abuse, accidents, or unreasonable use.
?
Incorrect electric current, voltage or supply.
?
Improper setting of any control.
?
Improper chemical cleaning.
2) Light Bulbs
3) Products purchased for commercial or industrial use (such as in a hotel, office,
restaurant, or other business)
4) Damage due to earthquake, flood, storm, etc.
Defective Products:
All products will be inspected, tested, and carefully packed by the manufacturer
before shipping to customers. Products that are damaged during transit can only be
exchanged for the same product, under the condition that the customer must get a
RMA (Return Merchandise Authorization) from Windster. When products are
received defective, you must notify us within the 3 business days of receiving the
package. Replacement products are only shipped when the RMA is issued. NO
EXCEPTIONS.
Return Policy
Windster offers only the best and highest quality products. If you are not satisfied
with your purchase, please contact us within 3 business days of product arrival to
obtain a Return Merchandise Authorization (RMA). Returns sent without a RMA will
not be accepted. There will be a 25% re-stocking fee for every returned items.
Shipping fee will also be deducted from the original purchase price. When returning a
package, please include a copy of your purchase receipt. Use the original shipping
box and packing materials and completely remove or cover the original shipping label.
Make sure that products are in brand new condition, uninstalled, un-drilled, and
contain everything that came with the package as when you first received it. If any
parts or manuals are missing, we have the right not to accept the return.
We suggest that you use a traceable and reputable carrier of your choice to ship your
return. Your credit or refund will be processed within 10-14 business days from the
date we receive your return.
5101 Commerce Dr. Baldwin Park, CA 91706 TOLL FREE: 1-877-350-5215
FAX:626-962-8669
Website: www.windsterhood.com Email: support@windsterhood.com
WINDSTER
TM
www.windsterhood.com
5101 Commerce Dr
Baldwin Park, CA 91706
TOLL FREE: 1-877-350-5215
FAX:(626)962-8669
© Windster Hoods, Inc.
Specifications subject to change without notice.