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Read Before Starting Installation!
Inspect your range hood prior to installing!
Any cosmetic defects must be reported to us prior to installation.
Once this hood is installed, ICP will NOT accept any responsibility
for any cosmetic blemishes, scratches or dents in the Canopy.
Save all original packaging if you wish to return for any reason!
FIRST:
Check your local building and electrical codes.
WARNING:
To reduce the risk of fire or electrical shock, Do Not use any two speed motor units with a Solid State
control devise.
CAUTION:
To reduce the risk of fire or personal injury and to properly exhaust air, be sure to duct air to the outside.
DO NOT vent exhaust air into spaces within wall, attics, ceilings, crawl spaces or garages. When venting
to the outside make duct run as short and straight as possible. Avoid using elbows if at all possible.
DO NOT use duct pipe smaller than the outlet duct opening on the hood, this will reduce performance and
void the warranty. DO NOT use flex ducting. Also, use either a Roof Cap or Wall Cap to end run. Be
sure that all joints are taped securely in place.
It is essential to have the proper distance between the bottom of the range hood and the cooking surface
below. In most cases the cooking appliance manufacturers specifications will establish the fire safe
minimum distance required, although there are other factors to consider:
• Local Building Codes
• Cross directional air movements ie: open windows, air conditioning/heating outlets, cooling fans, etc.
• Overall size of the cooking appliance and surrounding countertop surfaces.
• Range hood model selected.
Minimum distance between cooking surface and the bottom of the hood is 30” and 36” is the maximum
distance. Keep in mind, increasing the distance will decrease the performance.
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Economy Series Installation Details:
MODELS
1900E, 1900ENV
CABINET: Be sure that the cabinet bottom is level, side to side and front to rear.
For the Vented Unit (1900E) you will need to cut an 8” x 8” hole in the bottom of the cabinet, 3/4” in
from the rear wall and on center line. For the Non-Vented model (1900ENV) there is no need for a duct
pipe cut out. Shelves and top to be cut to clear 7” round pipe to line up with the bottom cabinet cut out.
Also, cut holes for electrical wires for both Vented and Non-Vented.
ELECTRICAL: Stub enough wire into cabinet to reach in front of vent pipe. Enter cabinet 3 1/4” left of
center and 1 1/2” from wall for vented and non-vented units. Remove splice box cover before mounting
hood.
NOTE: Be sure to remove black electrical tape that holds the damper blades closed.
MOUNTING: Insert canopy below the cabinet, being sure your vent opening and electrical cut outs line
up with cabinet cut outs. Use the Key Hole mounting holes to secure the canopy. After hood is mounted
attach house wires to leads in the hood. Secure locknut to conduit and check wiring for compliance to local
building codes.
FINISH: Replace splice box cover. Connect duct and tape all joints. Replace Filter.
WARNING:
To reduce the risk of fire or electrical shock DO NOT use the “E” series with any solid-state speed control
device.
1900E
11
-3
/4
"
91/
8"
1900ENV
3-7/8"
1-1/2"
7/8"
6-1/16"
(+/- 1/16")
1-1/2"
18"
2"
"
16
3/
-1
1
4
or
6"
/1
3
-1
35 ")
", 16
16 /- 1/
/
3
-1 (+
29
",
6
1
3/
-1
23
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