Range Hood User's Manual

Range Hood User's Manual
TORNADO
Under Cabinet Range Hood
OWNER’S MANUAL
Model No: Tornado – 30”, 36”
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Dear Customer,
Thank you for your purchase from KitchenHoods.ca.
If you follow the recommendations contained in this Instruction Manual, our appliance
will give you constant high performance and will remain efficient for many years to
come.
CONTENTS
RECOMMENDATIONS AND SUGGESTIONS
SPECIFICATIONS
INSTALLATION & USE
MAINTENANCE&CLEAN
Product Specification & Technical Parameters
Model
Tornado 30”/36”
Rated Voltage
110 -120V
Rated Power Frequency
60Hz
Light Power
2 x 20w
Motor Power
2 x 70W
Water auto-clean Power
8W (Optional)
Total Power
188W (180 W without auto-clean)
Exhaust duct size
6” top
CFM
300CFM / 500CFM / 700CFM ( first to third speed)
Noise Levels
Dimension (mm)
(round)or rectangular top or back
1.9 Sone(46dB) / 4 Sone(58dB) / 7.5 Sone(80dB)
W29.5” (or 35.5”) x D22” x H 7”
TO REDUCE THE RICK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK OR INJURE TO PERSONS,
PLEASE OBSERVE THE FOLLOWINGS:
There is a fire risk if cleaning is not carried out in accordance with instructions.
The range hood has been designed only for domestic use to eliminate kitchen fumes.
3.•
Installation work and electric wiring (including switch location) must be
done by the qualified person(s) in accordance with local applicable codes and
standards.
4.•
This hood may have sharp edges. Be careful to avoid cuts and abrasions
during installation and cleaning.
5.•
28”
6.•
The hood must be placed at a minimum distance of 24” from electrical and
from gas cook top.
There should be adequate ventilation of the room when the hood is used at
the same time as appliances burning gas or other fuels.
7.•
8.•
Regulations concerning the discharge of the air have to be fulfilled.
The air should not be discharged into a flue that is used for exhausting
the fumes from appliances burning gas or other fuels.
10.• This appliance is not intended to be used by children
11.• To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not use this fan with any
solid-state speed control device.
12.• When cutting or drilling into wall or ceiling, be careful not to damage the
electrical wiring.
13.Disconnect the hood from the main power supply before performing any
maintenance work.
16.Do not flame under the range hood.
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• This range hood CANNOT be used in Recirculation Mode (internal recycling).
SPECIFICATIONS
Dimensions:
PART LISTS
INSTALLATION&USE
NOTE: carefully remove the plastic protective film from exterior of the surfaces of the
hood
AFTER final installation.
INSTALLATION TIPS
This appliance should be mounted to the bottom of a standard wall cabinet. If the
hood must be mounted directly to the wall, secure the hood to wall studs.
Ductwork can be installed vertically or horizontally.
Duct runs should be as short as possible.
Avoid the use of 90 degree elbows or use 2 x 45 degree.
Use aluminum tape at all joints.
Do not use duct smaller than the discharge on the hood ( 6” round duct).
LOCATION PREPARATION
Under Cabinet mounting:
1.
Use the dimensional drawings below to lay out the range hood’s mounting holes,
wiring access and ductwork by marking the cabinet bottom and drywall where
applicable.
2.
Make cutouts for wiring and ductwork.
3.
Install the ductwork so that it is flush to the range hood’s mounting surface.
4.
Run two-conductor + ground wire from a power source to the hood location. Bring
approximately 12” of wiring through wring hole.
5.
Drill 2mm diameter pilot holes at points where mounting holes are marked in
cabinet bottom.
6.
Insert 4 mounting screws, leaving approximately 6mm of thread exposed.
Wall mounting:
1.
Mark 2 points on the wall according to the distance between two wall mounting
brackets located on the hood.
2.
Drill 2mm diameter pilot holes at points where marked on the wall;
1.
Insert 2 drywall to the hood and put 2 mounting screws, leaving approximately
6mm of thread exposed.
HOOD PREPARATION - VERTICAL DISCHARGE INSTALLATION
DUCT INSTALLATION
Mount 6’’ round duct on the top of the hood, using 10 screws
1.
Attach the 6” air outlet adapter to the hood.
2.
Attach the exhaust duct to the adapter and secure by two screws as indicated
below
The duct needs to be sealed with
Aluminium tape, not DUCT TAPE.
HOOD INSTALLATION
1.
Insert the power cable in the hood and tighten the wire clamp to screw the cable.
2.
Align hood’s keyhole mounting slots over the 4 partially installed screws.
3.
Making sure the duct positions over the hood’s duct adapter, push the hood
against the rear wall.
4.
Push the hood against the wall, hook the mounting bracket located two rear
sides of hood into the mounting screws and tighten it (For wall mounting
installation);
5.
Push the hood against to the cabinet in position and tighten the 4 mounting
screws(cabinet mounting installation)
Electrical Connection
* Electrical wiring must be done by a qualified person(s) in accordance with all
applicable codes and standards. Turn off the electrical power from electrical panel
before wiring.
* If the power cord is damaged, it must be by qualified persons in order to avoid a
hazard.
* Do not use the plug and an extension cord different than the ones initially supplied
with the hood.
* Make sure the hood is grounded. Do not remove ground prong of the plug.
Note: Risk of electrical shock. Electrical wiring must be done by qualified
personnel.
1.
Using provided wire connectors, connect wires as follow: Brown wire to Positive
wire, BLUE wire to Negative wire, GREEN-YELLOW to Ground.
2.Reinstall the bottom plate ,make sure both grease guides are aligned with the holes,
install the grease pan.
3.
Using long nose pliers. Pull out each of grease guides(A), then set them in such
a way their flange slightly protrudes above the bottom of surface(B).
LIGHT BULB REPLACEMENT
This range hood is equipped with two halogen bulbs (12V, 20W Max, G-4 Base)
WARNING: Always switch off the electrical supply before carrying out any operation
on the appliance.This mark listed on lamp lable indicates luminaire designed
To be used only with self-shielded tungsten halogen lamps
Or self shielded matal halide lamps.
To change lampbulbs:
To change bulbs:
1.
Remove the halogen bulb cover by using the flat screw driver.
2.
Remove the bulb by pulling the bulb out of the socket (DO NOT ROTATE).
3.
3.
Replace with Type 12V, 20W Max, G-4 Base halogen bulb. Do not touch
replacement bulb with bare hands. Use gloves.Remove the bottom plate from the
hood by unscrewing 7 screws
1.4.
unplug the lamp scoket and Push out the lamp from inside;
Replace with 12VDC, 2W Max,LED bulb. Do not touch replacement bulb with
bare hands!
2.
Pull out the halogen bulb cover by using the flat screw driver.
2.
Remove the bulb by pulling it form the socket (DO NOT ROTATE).
4.
Replace with Type JCD, 12V, 20W Max, G-4 Base halogen bulb. Do not touch
replacement bulb with bare hands! Use Gloves.
CAUTION:
1.
THE SURFACE, THE BULBS AND THE COVER OF THE HALOGEN BULBS
MAY BE HOT. BE CAREFUL WHEN REPLACING IT.
OPERATION
The hood is operated using a push button switch on the front panel.
1 – ON/OFF SWITCH
2 -– HIGH LOW SPEED SWITCH
3 -- MEDIUM SPEED SWITCH
4 – LOW / HIGH SPEED SWITCH
5 – LIGHT SWITCH
1
2
3
4
5
6
6 – AUTO-CLEAN PILOT LAMP (Optional)
7 – WATER AUTO-CLEAN SWITCH (Optional)
MAINTENTANCE & CLEAN
Note: there is a fire risk if cleaning is not carried out in accordance with the
instructions. This appliance should be cleaned approximately every 2 months or more
frequently in the case of heavy usage. Always disconnect the power before cleaning.
1.Use neutral detergent to clean THE PLASTIC PARTS OF THE HOOD
2.1. Clean both exterior of the hood at regular intervals can keep the hood more long
lasting. Do not use abrasive cleaners.
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3.2. The oil cup in the center of the hood for holding grease can be detached and
cleaned regularly.
4.3. Always start the hood 1 min. before you start cooking to avoid high heat in the
kitchen.
4.
Clean oil collectors when they are more than half filled with oil to avoid spill-over.
STAINLESS STEEL CLEANING
Use stainless steel cleaners, available at any Walmart or Home Depot.
* It the cleaner do not work, use a non-scratching household cleanser or stainless
steel polishing powder with a little water and a soft cloth.
* For stubborn cases use a plastic scouring pad or soft bristle brush together with
cleanser and water. Rub lightly in direction of polishing lines or “ grain” of the stainless
finish. Avoid using too much pressure that may mar the surface.
* Do not allow deposits to remain for long periods of time.
* Do not use ordinary steel wool or steel brushes. Small bits of steel may adhere
to the surface causing rust.
* Do not allow salt solutions, disinfectants, bleaches, or cleaning compounds to
remain in contact with stainless steel for extended periods. Many of these
compounds contain chemicals that may be harmful. Rinse with water after exposure
and wipe dry with a clean cloth.
* Painted surfaces should be cleaned with warm water and mild detergent only
WIRING DIAGRAM
WIRING DIAGRAM
pump
M
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CKA
BL
led light
E
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W
D
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clean stop low mid high lamp
D
E
R
key switch
WNO
BR
D
E
R
W
O
L
L
E
Y
CKA
BL
Y
A
R
G
E
T
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H
W
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T
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H
W
DC 12V clean indicator
CONTROL PANEL
12V /2WX2
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WNO
BR
D
E
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EU
BL
M
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GREEN
Without
AutoClean
CKA
BL
D
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YELLOW
WNO
BR
EU
BL
M
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WHITE
E
T
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W
CKA
BL
WHITE
GREEN
With AutoClean
WHITE
K
C
A
L
B
YELLOW
BLACK
LAMP
GREEN
N
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L
TORNADO
Under Cabinet Range Hood
Burnaby BC
Canada
www.KitchenHoods.ca
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