myappliances ART10903 Specifications

USER HANDBOOK
CHIMNEY COOKER HOOD
ART10901, ART10902, ART10903
ART10905, ART10906, ART10907
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IE
[01] x 1
[02] x 2
[05]
600mm x 2
[03] x 1
[04] x 1
[06] x 1
1:1
[09] x 6
(3.9 x 32mm)
[08] x 6
[10] x 4
(3.4 x 10mm)
ART10901, ART10902, ART10903
ART10905, ART10906, ART10907
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IE
Cooker Hood
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FR
Hotte Aspirante
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Installation
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Let's
get started...
Getting started...
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Before you start
Safety
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In more detail...
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Product functions
Operation
Care and maintenance
Troubleshooting
Recycling and disposal
Technical and legal information
Guarantee
CE Declaration of conformity
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Appendix
Installation
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Getting
Started...
Before you start
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Safety
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Getting started...
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Before you start
Getting started...
Before you start
To avoid the risks that are always present when you use
an electrical appliance it is important that this appliance is
installed correctly and that you read the safety instructions
carefully to avoid misuse and hazards. Please keep this
instruction booklet for future reference and pass it on to any
future owners. After unpacking the appliance please check
that it is not damaged. If in doubt, do not use the appliance
but contact Customer Services on 0844 800 1128 (UK),
01 4475261 (Ireland) and 01 56 48 02 60 (France).
Check the package and make sure you have all of the parts
listed.
Decide on the appropriate location for your product.
or handling to prevent personal injury or damage to the
product.
ordering replacement parts.
If you sell the appliance, give it away, or leave it behind
when you move house, make sure you also pass on this
manual so that the new owner can become familiar with the
appliance and its safety warnings.
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Before you start
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Ø6mm
Accessories not supplied
Recirculation
CARBFILT4 (UK & IE)
Extraction
Getting started...
Tools required
Ø125mm
VENT PACK 2 (UK & IE)
SELF ADHESIVE
ALUMINIUM TAPE
CARBON FILTER ORDERING HOTLINE
0844 800 1128 (UK) 01 4475261 (IE)
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Safety
Getting started...
These instructions are for your safety. Please read through
them thoroughly prior to installation and retain them for
future reference.
• All installation work must be carried out by a
competent person or qualified electrician.
• This appliance must be installed correctly by a
suitably qualified person, strictly following the
manufacturer’s instructions.
This appliance complies with all current European safety legislation,
however, the Manufacturer must emphasise that this compliance does
not prevent the surfaces of the appliance from heating up during use and
remaining hot during its operation.
Accessible parts may become hot during use. Young children should be kept
away. Care should be taken to avoid touching the appliance (e.g hob, cooker).
The Manufacturer highly recommends that this appliance be kept out of the
reach of babies and small children.
Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the
appliance.
This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with
reduced physical sensory, or mental capabilities, or by those who lack
experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision and
instruction concerning the use of the appliance by a person responsible for
their safety.
Means for disconnection must be incorporated in the fixed wiring in
accordance with the wiring rules. An all-pole disconnection switch having
a contact separation of at least 3 mm in all poles should be connected in
fixed wiring.
Do not allow the electric cables to touch the hot parts of the appliance.
Make sure that the power cord is not caught under or in the appliance and
avoid damage to the power cable.
Do not install the appliance outdoors in a damp place or in an area which
may be prone to water leaks such as under or near a sink unit. In the event
of a water leak allow the machine to dry naturally.
Please dispose of the packing material carefully.
Do not use flammable sprays in close vicinity to the appliance.
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Safety
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We also recommend that great care be taken during use and cleaning.
Read the cleaning and maintenance sections for this appliance carefully.
The appliance is not intended to be operated by means of external timer or
separated remote-control system.
The appliance is for domestic use only.
Warning: consult local regulations regarding fumes outlets.
Do not connect the hood to a fume, ventilation or hot air duct.
Confirm that room ventilation is appropriate with the local authorities.
Make sure the maximum air extraction flow rate for the appliances in the
room does not exceed 4 Pa (0.04 mbar).
The room must have adequate ventilation if an extractor hood is used
simultaneously with appliances that run on gas or other fuels.
The air must not be discharged into a flue that is used for exhausting fumes
from appliances burning gas or other fuels.
Regulations regarding air extraction must be complied with.
Warning: before connecting the hood: switch off the electricity supply and
check that the supplied voltage and frequency coincide with that indicated
on the appliance nameplate.
Getting started...
A steam cleaner is not to be used.
Warning: the hood may stop working during an electrostatic discharge (e.g.
lightning). This involves no risk of damage. Switch off the electricity supply to
the hood and reconnect after one minute.
To avoid the risk of fire, clean the metal filter regularly and closely watch and
regulate pans containing hot oil.
Do not use the hood if it shows signs of damage or imperfection. Contact
customer services.
Flambe cooking must not be carried out underneath this appliance.
When installing the appliance, make sure that the following distances
between the top of cooker or hob and the lowest part of the cooker hood
must be observed:
> Gas hobs: 750mm
> Electric hobs: 650mm
The Manufacturer declines all liability for personal or material damage as a
result of misuse or incorrect installation of this appliance.
WARNING: There is a fire risk if cleaning is not carried out
in accordance with the instructions
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In more detail...
In more
detail...
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Product functions
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Operation
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Care and maintenance
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Troubleshooting
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Recycling and disposal
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Technical and legal information
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Guarantee
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CE Declaration of conformity
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Product Functions
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Product functions
This appliance extracts the air of the kitchen to remove the odours
and keep an optimum level of the air quality inside the room, it
also allows you to illuminate the cooking area.
Operation
• Switch on the appliance at the switched fused connection unit.
The appliance is ready for use.
Five-button panel
Extractor fan operating control pilot light.
In more detail...
Operation
Lighting on and off.
Extractor fan off.
Extractor fan speed - button: speed 1
Extractor fan speed - button: speed 2
Extractor fan speed - button: speed 3
To obtain the best results from your cooker hood it is
recommended that you leave it switched on for 15 minutes after
you have finished cooking.
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Care and maintenance
Care and maintenance
Warning: always switch off the electricity supply before carrying
out maintenance work on the hood. In the event of a fault, contact
customer services.
Bulb replacement
fUSE off
In more detail...
10’
The Bulb may be hot, leave it 10 minutes before replacement.
Turn to replace the Bulb.
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Care and maintenance
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In more detail...
Active charcoal filter replacement:
CLICK
2 X ACTIVE CHARCOALCLICK
FILTER (NOT SUPPLIED).
MODEL NUMBER CARBFILT4 (UK & IE)
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Care and maintenance
Warning
Always switch off the electricity supply before
performing maintenance work. In the event of a fault,
contact customer services.
Metal filter maintenance:
Use non-corrosive, liquid detergent or a stainless steel cleaner.
In more detail...
1 MONTH
MAX.65˚C
Aluminium filters: to avoid fires, clean thoroughly once a month or
whenever the display pilot light (if fitted) indicates as such. To do
so, remove the filters, soak in hot water and mild detergent for an
hour. If using a dishwasher, position the filters vertically to improve
the cleaning process.
3 MONTHS
Active charcoal filters: replace every 3 months.
Important: increase the filter cleaning/replacement frequency
if the hood is used for more than 2 hours a day. Always use the
recommended filter.
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fUSE
OFF
Troubleshooting
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Troubleshooting
Fault
Cause
Solution
Excessive
Vibration
The Appliance is not hung
properly on the brackets.
Take down the appliance
and check it is properly
fixed.
The motor is damaged.
Both light and
motor do not
work.
Light bulb blown.
Replace with a bulb with
correct rating.
Power connection loose.
Check power supply.
Suction
performance
reduced.
Speed may be too low.
Select a higher speed.
Distance between the
cooker hood and the hob
is too great.
Readjust the distance to:
Gas hobs: 750mm
Electric hobs: 650mm
Aluminium grease filter is
dirty.
Clean filters. (see care
and maintenance)
Top vent might be
obstructed. (VHB60SS &
VH60W)
Clear any obstruction.
Optional vent kit might be
twisted.
Ensure that the vent kit is
fitted to the manufacturers
instructions.
Charcoal filter not fitted
in recirculation mode or
charcoal filter is full of
grease.
Fit charcoal filter if
recirculating or change
the filter. (see care and
maintenance)
Works normally
but cooking
smells linger.
In more detail...
Light on, but
motor does
not work.
The fan blade is damaged. Switch off the appliance.
The fan motor is not fixed Repair to be carried out by
qualified service personnel
tightly.
only.
The fan blade is jammed.
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Recycling and disposal
Recycling and disposal
Environmental protection
Waste electrical products should not be disposed of with
household waste. Please recycle where facilities exist. Check with
your Local Authority or retailer for recycling advice.
In more detail...
The symbol on the product or its packaging indicates
that this product cannot be treated as normal
household waste. This product must be handed over to
an electric and electronic equipment collection point for
recycling.
On ensuring that this product is disposed of correctly, you will help
to avoid possible negative consequences for the environment
and public health, which could occur if this product is not handled
correctly. To receive more detailed information about recycling this
product, contact your local government, domestic waste disposal
services or the outlet where the product was bought.
Technical and legal information
Technical and legal information
The Manufacturer declines all liability for damage caused to
persons and objects due to incorrect or improper installation of the
appliance.
Power supply
Power consumption – Fan
Power consumption – Luminary
Power consumption – Total
Protection class
Light bulb
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220-240V~ 50Hz
80W
1 x 40W Max
120W
II
Max. 40W (E-14)
Technical and legal information
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All installation work must be carried out by a
competent person or qualified electrician.
Before connecting the mains supply ensure that
the mains voltage corresponds to the voltage on
the rating plate inside the cooker hood.
Warning: THIS APPLIANCE MUST NOT
BE EARTHED.
Mains Supply could be connected to the Mains Voltage by Direct
Connection
UK
N(bleu)
N(bleu)
DOUBLE POLE SWITCHED
FUSED SPUR OUTLET
OFF
L(brun)
L(brun)
fUSE oN
USE A 3AMP FUSE
Direct Connection
If the appliance is being connected directly to the mains an
omnipolar circuit-breaker must be installed with a minimum
opening of 3mm between contacts.
In more detail...
EUR
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.
The installer must ensure that the correct electrical connection has
been made and that it complies with wiring diagram.
The cable must not be bent or compressed.
The cable must be checked regularly and replaced by authorized
technicians only.
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Technical and legal information
Electrical Requirements
Any permanent electrical installation must comply with the latest
I.E.E. Regulations and local electricity company regulations. For
your own safety a qualified electrician or contractor who is on the
roll of the National Inspection Council for Electrical Installation
Contracting (NICEIC) should undertake the electrical installation.
Electrical Connection
In more detail...
Before connecting the mains supply ensure that the mains
voltage corresponds to the voltage on the rating plate inside
the cooker hood.
WARNING: THIS APPLIANCE MUST NOT BE EARTHED
The appliance is supplied with a 2-core mains cable and must be
connected to the electricity supply via a double pole switch having
a 3mm minimum contact gap on each connector.
For UK only
A Switched Fused Connection Unit to BS 1363 Part 4 is
recommended.
The fuse must be rated at 3 Amps.
The wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance with the
following code:
Brown = L - Live
Blue = N - Neutral
The connection point must be placed in a position adjacent to the
appliance so as to be readily accessible for an engineer in the
event of a breakdown.
Disconnect the appliance from the mains supply before
carrying out any kind of maintenance or cleaning.
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Guarantee
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Manufacturer's Guarantee
This appliance is covered by a full manufacturer’s 24 month parts and
labour guarantee and covers all parts and labour costs associated with
the repair of the appliance in a domestic environment. We will repair any
defect that arises due to faulty materials or workmanship and use genuine
manufacturers parts.
If, during the guarantee period, the appliance becomes irreparable as
agreed by the engineer approved by GAA then we reserve the right, at our
discretion, to exchange the defective product with a replacement appliance
at GAA’s sole cost. If the same product is no longer available an alternative
will be offered with the same functions as the faulty item.
After an appliance has been repaired or replaced any remaining balance
of the GAA guarantee will be valid and any further call outs during this
prescribed period will be covered by GAA on the replacement appliance.
Should any person other than an authorized engineer modify or attempt to
repair the appliance then the warranty will be invalid.
The guarantee applies to the UK mainland, Scotland, Ireland, ROI and
France but is not transferrable between EU countries.
This guarantee is non-transferrable to any other person or product.
The guarantee is covered by UK law and is in addition to and does not
diminish your legal rights.
Exclusions to the guarantee
In more detail...
All claims must be supported with the original receipt or other reasonable
proof of purchase.
This guarantee does NOT cover:
Appliances that have been damaged or neglected as a result of failure to
store, assemble, install , use or care of the products in accordance with the
manufacturer’s instructions - GAA will not accept responsibility under this
guarantee if a product is damaged or becomes defective due to, misuse,
neglect, wilful or accidental damage or act of god.
Normal wear and tear.
Consumable items such as carbon filters and bulbs.
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Guarantee
Exclusions to the guarantee (continued)
Claims arising from non-domestic use or commercial environment.
If no fault is found then GAA reserves the right to charge for the call out at
the going rate of £55.00 plus VAT.
In more detail...
In the course of the service work carried out it may be necessary to
ppliance is
glued, grouted or tiled in such a manner that it cannot be removed, it is the
responsibility of the customer/installer to remove and reinstall the appliance
to facilitate the repair.
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This Guarantee does not affect your statutory rights.
The guarantee is offered by GAA Ltd, 1301-1303 Lu Plaza,
2 Wing Yip St, Kwun Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong.
Customer Service
To arrange an in guarantee service call, please contact customer services
on the following numbers.
UK and N.Ireland – ISDAL Customer Care Centre
T: 0844 8001128 E: uksupport@cnagroup.hk
www.myspareparts.co.uk
Republic of Ireland (ROI) – ISDAL Customer Care Centre
T: 01 4475261 E: uksupport@cnagroup.hk
CE Declaration of conformity
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CE Declaration of conformity
MANUFACTURER : CATA
ADDRESS
:
C/Ter N°2, Torelló 08570 – Barcelona (Spain)
We hereby certify that the mentioned accessory complies with the essential requirements
of the European Directives applicable, including their modifications and the corresponding
transpositions from the national law.
CHIM60SS, CHIM70SS, CHIM90SS
TYPE :
Decorative Cooker Hood
EC DIRECTIVES APPLIED :
Complies with the European Directives 2006/95/CE:
LVD and the 2004/108/CE: EMC
APPLIED HARMONIZED
STANDARDS:
Standard EN 60335-1 Safety of household and similar electrical appliances
Standard EN 60335 part 2-31, particular requirements for range hoods
Standard EN 55014 Limits and Methods of measurement of radio disturbance
Standard EN 61000-3-2 Electromagnetic compatibility limits for harmonic.
Standard EN 61000-4-5 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
APPLIED INTERNATIONAL TECHNICAL
STANDARDS AND SPECIFICATIONS: ISO 9001.2008
PLACE : Torelló
David Sala
Technical Manager
This appliance respects laws of the suppression of radio-interference.
The Manufacturer has a policy of continuous product improvement, it
In more detail...
MACHINE APPLICATION
necessary without prior warning.
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Appendix...
Appendix...
Installation
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Assembly
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CARBFILT4 (UK + IE)
VENT PACK 2
(UK + IE)
You can choose two type of installation:
- Extraction option
- Recirculation option
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Assembly
02
80
MAX.786
188
89
DIM.A
62
DIM.B
60/70cm
DIM.A
90cm
400/ 450 550
DIM.B
MIN.750mm
(GAS)
MIN 650mm
(Electric)
Mark on the wall the hole positions as shown in diagram.
The Wall Plugs supplied are suitable for solid walls only. When fixing to any other type of wall
use suitable alternative fixings.
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2mm
03
2mm
[09]
[08]
[08] x 6
[09] x 2
2mm
Drill the holes, insert the wall plugs in all 6 holes. Insert the screws in the middle 2 holes in fig.03.
Maximum gap between top 2 holes and middle 2 holes can be no more than 786mm, dependant on ceiling height
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[03]
[03] x 1
[09]
MAX 786mm
[09] x 2
Fix the top bracket to the wall.
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05
[05]
x2
[05]
Remove the aluminium Filter
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[09] x 2
Position the hood over the top two screws then insert the bottom screws from inside the hood, tighten top 2
screws to secure.
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07
Replace the aluminium Filter
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[06]
[10]
[10] x 2
[06]
Fix the collar using mounting screw.
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09
Vent Pack 2
(UK + IE)
x1
Fix the vent pack 2 using self adhesive aluminium tape.
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[02] x 2
[02]
Position the chimney sections.
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[10]
[10] x 2
Fit the chimney sections to the bracket. Connect top of the ducting tube to vent kit as per manufacturers
instructions.
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Remove the protective film.
For recirculating option refer to Care and maintenance section.
For electrical connection see Technical and legal information section.
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Notes
Notes
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