Wolf 1200 Troubleshooting guide

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I NSTALLATION I NSTRUCTIONS
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safe and efficient installation of Wolf equipment. There are two types of potential
hazards that may occur during installation.
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product damage may occur if you do not
follow instructions.
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IMPORTANT NOTE: This installation must be
completed by a qualified installer or Wolf
authorized service center technician.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Wolf cooktop wall and
island hood are recommended for use with
Wolf electric and gas cooktops and integrated
modules. They are NOT recommended for use
with Wolf dual fuel ranges, gas ranges and
rangetops. Any violation of this application
may void your warranty for one or both
products.
Installer: Please read the entire Installation
Instructions prior to installation. Save these
instructions for the local inspector’s reference, then leave them with the homeowner.
Homeowner: Please read and keep these
instructions for future reference and be sure
to read the entire Use & Care Information
prior to use.
Any questions or problems about the
installation should be directed to your Wolf
dealer or Wolf Appliance Company, LLC at
800-332-9513. You can also visit our website
at wolfappliance.com.
IMPORTANT NOTE: This appliance must be
installed in accordance with National Electrical
Codes, as well as all state, municipal and local
codes. The correct voltage, frequency and
amperage must be supplied to the appliance
from a dedicated, grounded circuit which is
protected by a properly sized circuit breaker or
time delay fuse. The proper voltage, frequency,
and amperage ratings are listed on the product
rating plate.
Record the model and serial numbers before
installing the cooktop ventilation hood. Both
numbers are listed on the rating plate, located
on the inside left-hand wall of the hood, above
the filter.
Proper installation is the responsibility
of the installer. Product failure due to
improper installation is not covered
under the Wolf Warranty. Refer to the
Cooktop Ventilation Hoods Use & Care
Information for warranty details, or visit
the Contact / Help section of our website,
wolfappliance.com.
C O N TA C T
I N F O R M AT I O N
Wolf Customer
Service:
800-332-9513
Website:
wolfappliance.com
Make sure you have the tools and materials
necessary for proper installation.
Any required service must be performed by
a Wolf authorized service center. Wolf is not
responsible for service required to correct a
faulty installation.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Wolf cooktop wall and
island hoods are shipped without the blower
assembly. Wolf internal or remote blower
assemblies are available; refer to page 12.
Use only a Wolf blower with the cooktop
ventilation hood.
Model Number
Serial Number
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OV E R A L L D I M E N S I O N S
18"
12"
(457)
(305)
MODEL CTWH30
Overall Width
30" (762)
4 1/2" min
Overall Height (excluding chimney)
(114)
6 7/8" (175)
Overall Height (including chimney) 30 1/2" (775)
30 1/2" TO 48 1/2"
19 1/8"
(775 - 1232)
OVERALL HEIGHT
(486)
48 1/2" (1232)
Max Height (full extension)
Overall Depth
6 7/8"
(175)
30" (762)
OVERALL WIDTH
21" (533)
OVERALL DEPTH
Shipping Weight (shell only)
21" (533)
85 lbs (39 kg)
Dimensions may vary to –+ 1/8" (3).
1 9/16"
(40)
Model CTWH30 Wall Hood
MODEL CTWH36
35 7/16" (900)
Overall Width
18"
12"
(457)
(305)
9 1/4" (235)
Overall Height (excluding chimney)
4 5/16" min
(110)
Overall Height (including chimney) 3211/16" (830)
Max Height (full extension)
32 11/16" TO 50 7/8"
19 1/8"
(830 - 1292)
OVERALL HEIGHT
(486)
50 7/8" (1292)
Overall Depth
Shipping Weight (shell only)
21" (533)
100 lbs (45 kg)
Dimensions may vary to –+ 1/8" (3).
9 1/4"
(235)
35 7/16" (900)
OVERALL WIDTH
21" (533)
OVERALL DEPTH
1 9/16"
(40)
Model CTWH36 Wall Hood
18"
12"
(457)
(305)
MODEL IH4227
Overall Width
42" (1067)
Overall Height (excluding chimney)
9 1/4" (235)
Overall Height (including chimney) 33 9/16" (853)
Max Height (full extension)
47 1/16" (1195)
5" min
(127)
Overall Depth
Shipping Weight (shell only)
33 9/16" TO 47 1/16"
19 5/16"
(853 - 1195)
OVERALL HEIGHT
(491)
27" (686)
110 lbs (50 kg)
Dimensions may vary to –+ 1/8" (3).
9 1/4"
(235)
42" (1067)
OVERALL WIDTH
27" (686)
OVERALL DEPTH
1 9/16"
(40)
Model IH4227 Island Hood
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Dimensions in parentheses are in
millimeters unless otherwise specified.
I N S TA L L AT I O N I N S T R U C T I O N S
HOOD P L AC E M E N T
Wolf cooktop wall and island hoods come with
a telescopic chimney flue that allows you to
reach a ceiling height of 8' (2.4 m) to 9' (2.7 m)
with a finished look. A flue extension to
accommodate 10' (3 m) ceilings is available.
Refer to page 12 for optional accessories.
C A L C U L AT E C H I M N E Y F L U E H E I G H T
Installation of the cooktop wall or island hood
should be 24" (610) to 30" (762) from the
bottom of the hood to the countertop.
3) Then determine the minimum C value
(distance from countertop to bottom of
hood). Refer to the chart below for ceiling
heights from 8' (2.4 m) to 9' (2.7 m).
Dimension C must be greater than 24" (610)
and less than 30" (762).
1) First measure A (total kitchen height from
finished floor to finished ceiling height).
2) Next measure B (height from finished floor
to countertop).
IMPORTANT NOTE: 8' (2.4 m) ceilings may
not permit installation of the wall or island
hood at 30" (762) above the countertop.
ACCESSORIES
Optional accessories are available
through your
Wolf dealer. To
obtain local dealer
information, visit
the Locator section
of our website,
wolfappliance.com.
4) To determine the upper flue section height:
E=A-(C+B+D).
To determine placement of the wall or island
hood, you must calculate the height of the
telescopic chimney flue. Refer to the chart and
illustration below.
IMPORTANT NOTE: If dimension E falls
between 0" (0) and 1/2" (13), you will need to
modify the flue to affix to the flue attachment
brackets. For ease of installation, Wolf
recommends that dimension E be no less
than 1/2" (13).
IMPORTANT NOTE: Both sections of the
telescopic chimney flue must be installed in
order for the chimney to be lifted for service.
Model CTWH30 Wall Hood
(E) UPPER FLUE TOTAL
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(F)
96" (2438)
36" (914)
24" (610) min
30 1/2" (775)
5 1/2" (140)
48 1/2" (1232)
96" (2438)
36" (914)
0"
48 1/2" (1232)
108" (2743)
36" (914)
24" (610) min
30 1/2" (775)
17 1/2" (445)
48 1/2" (1232)
108" (2743)
36" (914)
30" (762) max
30 1/2" (775)
11 1/2" (292)
48 1/2" (1232)
29 1/2" (749) max 30 1/2" (775)
HEIGHT TO CEILING
(F)
MAXIMUM
HEIGHT OF
HOOD
(D)
BOTTOM
OF HOOD TO
MINIMUM FLUE
EXTENSION
Model CTWH36 Wall Hood
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(F)
96" (2438)
36" (914)
24" (610) min
32 11/16" (830)
3 5/16" (84)
50 7/8" (1292)
96" (2438)
36" (914)
0"
50 7/8" (1292)
27 5/16" (694) max 32 11/16" (830)
108" (2743)
36" (914)
24" (610) min
32 11/16"
108" (2743)
36" (914)
30" (762) max
32 11/16" (830)
(830)
15 7/16"
(392)
50 7/8" (1292)
9 5/16" (237)
50 7/8" (1292)
(A)
TOTAL
FLOOR TO
CEILING
HEIGHT
(C)
COUNTERTOP
TO BOTTOM
OF HOOD
Model IH4227 Island Hood
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(F)
(853)
2 7/16"
26 7/16" (672) max 33 9/16" (853)
0"
47 1/16" (1195)
33 9/16" (853)
14 7/16" (367)
47 1/16" (1195)
33 9/16" (853)
8 7/16" (214)
47 1/16" (1195)
96" (2438)
36" (914)
24" (610) min
96" (2438)
36" (914)
108" (2743)
36" (914)
24" (610) min
108" (2743)
36" (914)
30" (762) max
33 9/16"
(62)
47 1/16"
(1195)
(B)
FLOOR TO
COUNTERTOP
HEIGHT
Letters correspond to those in the illustration.
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DUCTWORK INSTALLATION
THROUGH ROOF
ROOF CAP OR REMOTE BLOWER –
TRANSITION FROM 8" (203) TO 10" (254) DUCT
REQUIRED FOR REMOTE BLOWER
To reduce the risk of fire, use only metal
ductwork.
8" (203) ROUND DUCT
IMPORTANT NOTE: Consult a qualified HVAC
Engineer for specific ducting applications.
WALL CAP
OR REMOTE BLOWER
CHIMNEY FLUE EXTENSION
TELESCOPIC CHIMNEY FLUE
DUCTWORK INSTALLATION
THROUGH WALL
8" (203) ROUND ELBOW
8" (203) ROUND DUCT
8" (203) ROUND
VERTICAL DISCHARGE
6 7/8" (175) OR 91/4" (235)
CHIMNEY
WALL HOOD
21"
24" TO 30"
(535)
(610–762)
COUNTERTOP
TO BOTTOM OF
VENTILATION HOOD
Decide where the ductwork will run between
the hood and the outside. A straight, short
duct run will allow the hood to perform more
efficiently. Limit the number of elbows and
transitions to as few as possible. Long duct
runs, elbows and transitions will reduce the
performance of the hood. Wolf recommends
the maximum linear duct run be no greater
than 50' (15 m). Always use metal ducting.
Do not use flex ducting.
IMPORTANT NOTE: All hoods must exhaust
to the outdoors.
IMPORTANT NOTE: There is a possibility of
noise issues, when using a remote blower with
a short duct run.
Wolf recommends installing a backdraft
damper in all installations. A backdraft damper
is included with the hood. It is built into the
transition from the hood to the duct run. In
cold weather installations a backdraft damper
is necessary to minimize the backflow of cold
air into the room.
Wall hood installation
M O U N T I N G H A R DWA R E I N C L U D E D
(10) Drywall anchors
(10) Hood mounting screws .19" (5) x 1.5" (38)
If you are not installing a remote blower,
always install a roof or wall cap. Connect 8"
(203) round metal ductwork to the cap and
work back towards the hood location. Use duct
tape to seal joints between ductwork sections.
Local building codes may require the use of
make-up air. Consult your local HVAC professional for specific requirements in your area.
(2) Flue attachment screws .15" (4) x .37" (10)
(2) Flue attachment brackets
(2) Hood attachment brackets
(4) Hood attachment screws .15" (4) x .37" (10)
The wall hood mounting kit (803735) is also
available from your Wolf Dealer.
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To reduce the risk of fire and electric
shock, install this ventilation hood only
with a Wolf blower. Blower part numbers
801640, 801641, 801642, 801643, 801644,
801645 and 804701.
Dimensions in parentheses are in
millimeters unless otherwise specified.
I N S TA L L AT I O N I N S T R U C T I O N S
WA L L H O O D I N S TA L L A T I O N
ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
I N S TA L L M O U N T I N G B R A C K E T S
Wolf cooktop wall hoods require a separate,
grounded 110/120 V AC, 60 Hz power supply.
The service should have its own 15 amp circuit
breaker. Locate the electrical supply with a
minimum of 12" (305) of 120 V AC power
cable within the shaded area shown in the
illustration below.
Construct wood wall framing that is flush with
the interior surface of the wall studs. Make
sure that the framing is centered in the hood
installation location, and that the height of the
framing will allow the mounting brackets to be
secured to the framing within the dimensions
shown in the illustration below.
You must follow all National Electrical Code
regulations. In addition, be aware of local
codes and ordinances when installing your
service.
After the wall surface is finished, secure the
mounting brackets to the framing using the
dimensions shown.
I N S TA L L T H E H O O D
I N S TA L L B A C K S P L A S H
If an optional backsplash is to be used, attach
it to the finished wall. Secure the hood
mounting brackets to the wall studs prior to
installing the backsplash. Refer to page 12 for
optional accessories.
ACCESSORIES
Optional accessories are available
through your
Wolf dealer. To
obtain local dealer
information, visit
the Locator section
of our website,
wolfappliance.com.
Hang the hood from the brackets through the
rectangular cut-outs on the back of the hood.
The cut-outs are larger than the brackets to
allow for vertical and horizontal adjustment.
Keep in mind that the bottom of the hood
should be 24" (610) to 30" (762) above the
countertop.
Use height adjustment screws to adjust the
hood vertically and the depth adjustment
screws to adjust the hood horizontally.
Secure the hood with additional mounting
screws. If wall studs or framing are not
available in the proper location, use the
drywall anchors provided with the hood
Framing Behind Drywall
Rectangular Cutouts
Mounting Brackets
6"
(152)
Mounting
Brackets
E
4" (102)
Additional
Mounting Screws
71/2" (190)
(CTWH30)
71/2" (190)
30" OR 35 7/16"
9 3/8" (238)
(762 or 900)
(CTWH36)
(CTWH30)
9 3/8" (238)
Wall Framing
(CTWH36)
Electrical supply location
Mounting bracket installation
Hood installation
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WA L L H O O D I N S TA L L A T I O N
I M P O R TA N T
N OT E
You must follow
all National
Electrical Code
regulations. In
addition, be aware
of local codes and
ordinances when
installing your
service.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
CONNECT DUCTWORK
IMPORTANT NOTE: This ventilation hood
must be properly grounded. This unit should
be installed by a qualified electrician in accordance with all applicable national and local
electrical codes.
Use the screws and wall anchors provided to
secure the upper brackets to the ceiling.
Position the upper brackets based on the
dimension of the telescopic chimney flue.
Remove the cover from the rear electrical box.
Remove the electrical box knockout that faces
the hood's discharge collar.
Use an 8" (203) round metal duct to connect
the duct collar on the hood to the ductwork
above. Use duct tape to make all joints secure
and air tight.
Insert 6" (152) of 120 V AC power cable through
the knockout opening. Secure the cable to the
electrical box with an appropriate connector.
Connect the upper section of the telescopic
chimney flue to the brackets with the screws
provided.
Make electrical connections. Connect black to
black, white to white and green/yellow to
green or bare wire. Refer to the illustration
below.
Nest the bottom of the telescopic chimney flue
into the relief in the hood shell.
Reinstall the electrical box cover and screws.
Make sure that all wires are secure and that no
wires are pinched between the cover and box.
Refer to page 13 for internal blower installation
guidelines and remote blower wiring.
green/yellow to
green or
black to
bare wire
black 120 V AC
rear
power cable
electrical
box
Screws
TOP OF HOOD SHELL
Electrical connections
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Upper
Brackets
Fasten flue to hood and upper brackets
and nest flue in hood relief
discharge
collar
white
to white
HOOD FRONT
Fasten upper brackets to ceiling and wall
with screws (and anchors if necessary)
Upper bracket installation
Telescopic chimney flue installation
I N S TA L L AT I O N I N S T R U C T I O N S
I S L A N D H O O D I N S TA L L A T I O N
I N S TA L L D U C T W O R K
To reduce the risk of fire, use only metal
ductwork.
DUCTWORK INSTALLATION
THROUGH ROOF
ROOF CAP OR REMOTE BLOWER –
TRANSITION FROM 8" (203) TO 10" (254) DUCT
REQUIRED FOR REMOTE BLOWER
8" (203) ROUND DUCT
IMPORTANT NOTE: Consult a qualified HVAC
Engineer for specific ducting applications.
Decide where the ductwork will run between
the hood and the outside. A straight, short
duct run will allow the hood to perform more
efficiently. Limit the number of elbows and
transitions to as few as possible. Long duct
runs, elbows and transitions will reduce the
performance of the hood. Wolf recommends
the maximum linear duct run be no greater
than 50' (15 m). Always use metal ducting.
Do not use flex ducting.
IMPORTANT NOTE: All hoods must exhaust
to the outdoors.
8" (203) ROUND
ELBOW
8" (203) ROUND ELBOW
CHIMNEY FLUE EXTENSION
EAVE VENT
TELESCOPIC CHIMNEY FLUE
DUCTWORK
INSTALLATION
THROUGH
EAVE
8" (203) ROUND
VERTICAL
DISCHARGE
8" (203) ROUND DUCT
91/4" (235)
CHIMNEY
ISLAND HOOD
24" TO 30"
(686)
27"
(610 – 762)
COUNTERTOP
TO BOTTOM OF
VENTILATION HOOD
IMPORTANT NOTE: There is a possibility of
noise issues, when using a remote blower with
a short duct run.
Wolf recommends installing a backdraft
damper in all installations. A backdraft damper
is included with the hood. It is built into the
transition from the hood to the duct run. In
cold weather installations a backdraft damper
is necessary to minimize the backflow of cold
air into the room.
If you are not installing a remote blower,
always install a roof or wall cap. Connect 8"
(203) round metal ductwork to the cap and
work back towards the hood location. Use duct
tape to seal joints between ductwork sections.
Local building codes may require the use of
make-up air. Consult your local HVAC professional for specific requirements in your area.
Island hood installation
M O U N T I N G H A R DWA R E I N C L U D E D
(4) Drywall anchors
(4) Hood mounting screws .19" (5) x 1.5" (38)
(4) Nuts M6 x 16
(4) Washers .25" (6) x .5" (13)
To reduce the risk of fire and electric
shock, install this ventilation hood only
with a Wolf blower. Blower part numbers
801640, 801641, 801642, 801643, 801644,
801645 and 804701.
Dimensions in parentheses are in
millimeters unless otherwise specified.
(4) Mounting screws .15" (4) x .37" (10)
(4) Washers .17" (5) x .6" (16)
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I S L A N D H O O D I N S TA L L A T I O N
ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
The Wolf cooktop island hood requires a
separate, grounded 110/120 V AC, 60 Hz power
supply. The service should have its own 15
amp circuit breaker. Locate the electrical
supply with a minimum of 6' (1.8) of 120 V AC
power cable on the ceiling through the top of
the hood.
You must follow all National Electrical Code
regulations. In addition, be aware of local
codes and ordinances when installing your
service.
I N S TA L L S U P P O R T S Y S T E M
At the island hood installation location, install
two-by-four or 3/4" (19) plywood cross framing
between ceiling joists. Refer to the island hood
mounting pattern dimensions below.
Finish the ceiling surface. Be sure to mark the
location of the ceiling joists and cross framing.
Determine the desired orientation of the island
hood. Note that the front designates the
control side of the hood.
Secure the upper half of the support frame to
the joists and cross framing with four screws
provided with your hood. Make sure that the
screws are driven into the center of the joists
and framing for maximum strength. Ensure the
correct orientation of the support frame.
Adjust the overall height of the support frame.
Loosen and retighten the screws in the height
adjustment slots as necessary. Refer to the
illustration below.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The hood height is 111/4"
(286) from the support frame attachment point.
The bottom of the hood must be 24" (610)
minimum and 30" (762) maximum from the
countertop.
C O N N E C T D E C O R AT I V E F L U E
Secure the upper telescopic chimney flue
section to the upper support frame. Refer to
the illustration below.
Temporarily hold the lower telescopic chimney
flue section over the upper flue section.
Upper Flue
TOP VIEW
61/2"
713/16"
(165)
(198)
Height
Adjustment
Slots
Mounting Screws
Front of
Support
Frame
61/2" (165)
10 7/8" (276)
Wide
Mounting
Flange
Lower Flue
FRONT OF HOOD
Island hood mounting patterns
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Support frame orientation
Connect upper telescopic flue
I N S TA L L AT I O N I N S T R U C T I O N S
I S L A N D H O O D I N S TA L L A T I O N
M O U N T H O O D TO S U P P O RT F R A M E
Mount the hood to the support frame by
aligning the four weld screws on the hood to
the four holes on the support frame. Use four
nuts to secure the hood to the support frame.
Refer to the illustration below.
Nest the bottom of the telescopic chimney flue
into the relief in the hood shell. Make electrical
connections.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
IMPORTANT NOTE: This ventilation hood
must be properly grounded. This unit should
be installed by a qualified electrician in accordance with all applicable national and local
electrical codes.
Reinstall the electrical box cover and screws.
Make sure that all wires are secure and that no
wires are pinched between the cover and box.
Refer to page 13 for internal blower installation
guidelines and remote blower wiring.
I M P O R TA N T
N OT E
CONNECT DUCTWORK
Use an 8" (203) round metal duct to connect
the duct collar on the hood to the ductwork
above. Use duct tape to make all joints secure
and air tight.
Slide the lower telescopic chimney flue section
downward until it fits properly around the
hood shell.
You must follow
all National
Electrical Code
regulations. In
addition, be aware
of local codes and
ordinances when
installing your
service.
Remove the cover from the rear electrical box.
Remove the electrical box knockout that faces
the hood's discharge collar.
Insert 6" (152) of 120 V AC power cable through
the knockout opening. Secure the cable to the
electrical box with an appropriate connector.
Make electrical connections. Connect black to
black, white to white and green/yellow to
green or bare wire. Refer to the illustration
below.
Decorative Flue
Support
Frame
Nuts
Weld Screws on Hood
green/yellow to
green or
black to
bare wire
black 120 V AC
rear
power cable
electrical
box
HOOD FRONT
Mount island hood to support frame
Dimensions in parentheses are in
millimeters unless otherwise specified.
discharge
collar
white
to white
TOP OF HOOD SHELL
Electrical connections
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ACCESSORIES
Optional accessories are available
through your
Wolf dealer. To
obtain local dealer
information, visit
the Locator section
of our website,
wolfappliance.com.
B L OW E R A S S E M B L I E S
V E N T I L A T I O N H O O D AC C E S S O R I E S
Wolf cooktop wall and island hoods are
shipped without the blower assembly. Wolf
internal or remote blower assemblies are
available as sales accessories through your
Wolf dealer.
Optional accessories for the Wolf cooktop wall
and island hoods are available through your
Wolf dealer. To obtain local dealer information,
visit the Locator section of our website,
wolfappliance.com.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Blower options vary with
the cooking surface. Use only a Wolf blower
with the cooktop ventilation hood.
WA L L S H I E L D S
INTERNAL BLOWERS
801643 – (CTBLOWER-45INT)
450 CFM internal blower for use with the
30" (762) wall hood.
801644 – (CTBLOWER-60INT)
600 CFM internal blower for use with the
36" (914) wall hood or island hood.
801645 – (CTBLOWER-90INT)
900 CFM internal blower for use with the
36" (914) wall hood or island hood.
R E M OT E B L OW E R S
801640 – (CTBLOWER-60REM)
600 CFM remote blower for use with wall
hoods or island hood.
801633 – (CTWALLSHIELD30)
30" (762) stainless steel wall shield for use
with wall hoods.
801634 – (CTWALLSHIELD36)
36" (914) stainless steel wall shield for use
with wall hoods.
FLUE EXTENSIONS
801635 – (CTFLUEEXT)
Flue extension for use with wall hoods.
Allows you to increase the height of your
wall hood to accommodate 10' (3 m)
ceilings.
801639 – (IHFLUEEXT)
Flue extension for use with the island hood.
Allows you to increase the height of your
island hood to accommodate 10' (3 m)
ceilings.
801641 – (CTBLOWER-90REM)
900 CFM remote blower for use with wall
hoods or island hood.
801642 – (CTBLOWER-120REM)
1200 CFM remote blower for use with wall
hoods or island hood.
804701 – (CTBLOWER-150REM)
1500 CFM remote blower for use with wall
hoods or island hood.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Some Wolf ventilation
hoods require the use of a separate power
cord and strain relief bushing (included with
the blower) for proper wiring of remote
blowers. Models CTWH30, CTWH36 and
IH4227 do not require this installation; the
power cord and strain relief bushing may be
discarded.
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Dimensions in parentheses are in
millimeters unless otherwise specified.
I N S TA L L AT I O N I N S T R U C T I O N S
INTERNAL B L OW E R S
R E M OT E B L O W E R S
I N T E R N A L B L O W E R I N S T A L L AT I O N
R E M O T E B L O W E R I N S TA L L AT I O N
IMPORTANT NOTE: For mounting and
installation of the internal blower, refer to the
specific installation instructions provided with
each blower.
IMPORTANT NOTE: For mounting and
installation of the remote blower, refer to the
specific installation instructions provided with
each blower.
1) Remove the hood filters.
Locate the remote blower so that the length
of the duct run and number of elbows and
transitions are kept to a minimum. Wolf
recommends the maximum linear duct run
be no greater than 50' (15 m). If possible, the
blower should be located between wall studs
or roof rafters.
2) Lift the blower into position inside the
hood.
3) Use four hex nuts provided with the blower
to fasten the unit to four threaded studs.
4) Plug the blowers' single power cord
(double for 900 CFM) into the receptacle(s)
inside the hood. Use the clip on the hood to
keep excess power cord away from moving
parts.
5) Reinstall the hood filters.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Before turning the power
on, make sure the blower is in the OFF
position.
Refer to the illustrations below for overall
dimensions of Wolf remote blowers. Refer to
installation instructions provided with each
blower to verify wall or roof cut-outs.
Avoid pipes, wires or other ductwork that may
be running through the wall.
Be sure that there is enough space for any
transitions that may be needed between the
blower and the connecting ductwork. For best
performance, locate transitions nearest the
blower.
21" (533)
18" (457)
20 3/4"
(527)
28 1/4"
(718)
(254)
29 1/2"
(749)
10" (254)
DIAMETER
15 1/2"
24 1/2"
14 3/4"
29 1/2"
(375)
(749)
(622)
(254)
29 1/2"
(749)
10" (254)
DIAMETER
(394)
10"
10"
10" (254)
DIAMETER
14 3/4"
29 1/2"
(375)
(749)
14"
101/8"
10 3/8"
(356)
(257)
(264)
4 3/4"
24 3/4"
(121)
(629)
Remote blower dimensions –
600 CFM (801640) and 900 CFM (801641)
22"
(559)
Remote blower dimensions –
1200 CFM (801642)
7 1/4"
25"
7 1/4"
(184)
(635)
(184)
Remote blower dimensions –
1500 CFM 804701)
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W O L F C O O K TO P V E N T I L AT I O N H O O D S
R E M OT E B L O W E R S
IMPORTANT NOTE: Before turning the power
on to the ventilation hood, make sure the
blower is in the OFF position.
R E M OT E B L OW E R W I R I N G
1) Remove the cover from the front of the
electrical box. Remove the electrical box
knockout that faces the hood's discharge
collar.
2) Disconnect the red and black or white wires
using a flat-blade screwdriver. Refer to
illustration A below.
3) Insert 6" (152) of the remote blower wiring
through the knockout opening. Secure the
cable to the electrical box with an appropriate connector. Use wire connectors or wire
nuts approved by UL or C/UL.
4) Attach the remote blower wiring where
the wires were removed in step 2. Refer to
illustration B below.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Note location of wire
colors.
5) Reinstall the electrical box cover and
screws. Make sure that all wires are secure
and that no wires are pinched between the
cover and box.
black or
white
(neutral)
red
small
flat-blade
screwdriver
discharge
collar
black or
white
(neutral)
front
electrical
box
HOOD FRONT
red
Remote blower wiring A
14
white
(neutral)
black
front
electrical box
TOP OF
HOOD SHELL
discharge
collar
green/
yellow
HOOD FRONT
external
blower
wiring
TOP OF
HOOD SHELL
Remote blower wiring B
I N S TA L L AT I O N I N S T R U C T I O N S
TROUBLES H O OT I N G
IMPORTANT NOTE: If the cooktop ventilation
hood does not operate properly, follow these
troubleshooting steps:
Verify that power is being supplied to the
ventilation hood.
Check electrical connections to ensure that
the installation has been completed
correctly.
Refer to the Troubleshooting Guide in the
Wolf Cooktop Ventilation Hoods Use & Care
Information.
If the ventilation hood still does not work,
contact a Wolf authorized service center. Do
not attempt to repair the ventilation hood
yourself. Wolf is not responsible for service
required to correct a faulty installation.
I F Y O U N E E D S E RV I C E
Maintain the quality built into your cooktop
ventilation hood by calling a Wolf authorized service center.
For the name and number of the Wolf
authorized service center nearest you,
check the Locator section of our website,
wolfappliance.com, or call Wolf Customer
Service at 800-332-9513.
When calling for service, you will need the
model and serial number of your ventilation
hood. This information is found on the
rating plate located on the inside left-hand
wall of the hood, above the filter.
C O N TA C T
I N F O R M AT I O N
Wolf Customer
Service:
800-332-9513
Website:
wolfappliance.com
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