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CCB 5140 XA
Hood
User Manual
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Remember that this user manual is also applicable for several other models. Differences between
models will be identified in the manual.
Explanation of symbols
Throughout this user manual the following symbols are used:
C
A
B
Important information or useful hints
about usage.
Warning for hazardous situations with
regard to life and property.
Warning for electric shock.
Packaging materials of the product are
manufactured from recyclable materials
in accordance with our National
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1Recommendations and Suggestions 4
1Recommendations and Suggestions 5
2Characteristics
6
2.1 Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
2.2 Technical Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
3Installation
7
3.1.Electrical connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
3.2 Preparation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
3Installation
8
3.3 Connection with flue and carbon filter. . . . . . 8
3.4 Transportation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
3.5 Disposal of packaging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
4Use
9
4.1 Control panel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
5Maintenance
10
5.1 Cartridge type oil filters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
5.2.Carbon filters (optional): . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
5.3 Cleaning the hood . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
5.4.Replacement of lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
6Troubleshooting Suggestions
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1 Recommendations and Suggestions
Please review the following information. Failure to
comply with these instructions may cause risk of
personal injury or material damage. Any warranty
or commitment of reliability shall be void.
•• Service life of the product you have purchased
is 10 years. This is the period required for
availability of spare parts for functioning of the
product.
•• This appliance is intended for domestic use. The
product shall never be used for any purpose
other than its intended use.
•• You can use a pipe with a diameter of 120 mm on
the flue connection of your hood. Pipe connection
shall be as short as possible and have minimum
number of elbows.
•• Do not make connections to the flues connected
with stoves, exhaust shafts or flues with rising
flames.
•• Do not route power cord close to hobs. Cord may
melt and cause a fire.
•• Do not touch the lamps of the hood after
operating it for a long time. Hot lamps may burn
your hand.
•• Do not operate the hood without oil filter;
otherwise internal parts of the hood may get dirty.
•• Overheated oil may splash over the hood and
may cause a fire; therefore, do not leave the
hob unattended while frying. Be careful that the
covers and curtains do not catch a fire.
•• Do not allow high flames under the hood.
Otherwise, oil in the aluminum filter may ignite
and lead to a fire.
•• Do not keep easily flammable materials under
your hood.
•• There is a risk of fire if your hood is not cleaned
in the specified periods.
•• The height between the lower surface of the
hood and upper surface of the stove/oven should
not be less than 45 cm.
•• Operate your hood for 15 minutes more after
the end of cooking or frying in order to remove
unpleasant smell from the air in the kitchen.
•• Turn on your hood after you have placed the pot
or pan onto the burners in order to prevent heat
damage to your hood. Turn off the burners before
taking a pot, pan etc. from the burners when you
are done.
•• Ensure that fresh air enters the kitchen, especially
when the hood is operated together with the gas
hobs.
•• Do not operate the hood without aluminum filters
and do not remove the filters while it is operated.
•• This appliance shall be connected to a grounded
mains outlet that is protected by a fuse with
proper capacity.
•• Do not plug in the hood before it is installed.
•• Do not touch the plug with wet hands. Do not
hold the cable to remove the plug, always pull out
the plug by holding the plug itself. Never use the
appliance if the plug or the power cord is faulty.
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•• If an appliance operated with fuel oil or gaseous
fuels (such as room heaters) is available in the
environment where your hood shall be operated,
the exhaust of that appliance shall be fully
isolated from the volume of the room or the
appliance shall be of hermetic type.
•• If there is non-electric appliance in the same
room with the hood, the negative pressure
inside the room should be maximum 0.4 mbar
to prevent the suction of the waste gas from the
other appliance by the hood into the room again.
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1 Recommendations and Suggestions
•• Do not make connections to the flues connected
with stoves, exhaust shafts or flues with rising
flames. Observe the rules set by authorities on
the discharge of exhaust air.
•• Electrical appliances may be risky for children.
Keep the children away from the appliance
when it is operated; do not let them play with
the appliance.
•• Packaging materials may be risky for children.
Keep all packaging materials away from the
children and dispose them of by classifying them
as per the waste instructions.
•• The fan of the hood shall be operated in the
proper level as required.
• There shall be adequate ventilation of the room
when the range hood is used at the same time
as appliances burning gas or other fuels. (Not
applicable to appliances that only discharge the
air back into the room)
• There is a risk of fire if cleaning is not carried out
in accordance with the instructions.
• Do not flambé under the range hood.
• Caution: Accessible parts may become hot when
used with a cooking appliance.
• The appliance is not intended for use by persons
(including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience
and knowledge, unless they have been given supervised or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a responsible person for their safely.
• Young children should be supervised to ensure
that they do not play with the appliance.
• If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer or its service agent
or a similarly qualified person in order to avoid
a hazard.
The instructions must include details concerning
cleaning instructions and frequency of cleaning.
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• The exhaust air must not be discharged into a
flue which is used for exhausting fumes from
other appliances burning gas or other fuels. (Not
applicable for appliances which only discharge
air back into the room)
• The minimum distance between the supporting surface for the cooking vessels on the
hob and the lowest part of the range hood:
When the range hood is located above a gas appliance, this distance shall be 65cm. If the instructions for installation for the gas hob specify
a greater distance, this must be taken into account. (The distance of 65cm can be reduced
for non combustible parts of range hoods and
parts operating at safety extra low voltage provided these parts do not give access to live parts.
Distance may be reduced to 60cm to align with
the AGA code.
• Regulations concerning the discharge of air have
to be fulfilled
• Warning: Failure to install the screws or fixing
device in accordance with the instructions may
result in electrical hazards.
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2 Characteristics
2.1 Components
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1 Hood body
2 Aluminum filter
3 Aluminum filter lock
4 Light
5 Control panel
1
2
3
5
2.2 Technical Specifications
Width (mm)
702
Depth (mm)
284
Height (mm)
Supply voltage
Control
204
220-240 V ~ 50 Hz
Suction power
3 positions
420 m3/h
Motor power
140 W
Lamp power
2x28 W
Total power
196 W
Fuse
Air outlet pipe
diameter
16 A
120 mm
Net weight
5.2 kg
Gross weight
6.4 kg
Color
Inox
Markings on the product or the values stated in other documents supplied with the product are values obtained under laboratory
conditions as per relevant standards. These values may vary according to the usage of the product and ambient conditions.
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3 Installation
A
C
Caution:
Preparation of the installation place
and electric wiring is the responsibility of the customer.
Note:
The height between the lower surface of the hood and upper surface of
the oven/hob should not be less than
65 cm.
Assembly and electrical connections
must be carried out by specialized
personnel.
Remove the protective film (if any) on
the hood and flue surface after the
installation.
3.1.Electrical connection
The hood shall be connected to an ungrounded
mains outlet that is protected by a fuse with proper capacity.
Your appliance is manufactured with a supply cord
with 2 threads, and it should be connected to the
mains supply with an electric switch that has a
minimum clearance of 3 mm between the 2-pole
terminals.
A
Caution:
Have a qualified electrician perform
the electric connection.
C
Note:
Connection shall comply with national regulations.
The power outlet shall be reached
easily after installation.
Voltage and fuse protection allowed is specified in “Technical
Specifications.”
Specified voltage shall be equivalent
with your mains voltage.
Do not connect the appliance with
extension cords or multiple outlets.
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C
Note:
An omnipolar switch with a minimum
opening of 3mm between contacts,
in line with the electrical load and
local standards, must be placed
between the appliance and the mains
network in the case of direct connection to the mains network.
Once the electrical connection has
been completed, check that the top
illumination, motor and speeds work
properly.
A
Caution:
Any damaged power cord must be
replaced by a qualified electrician.
Do not operate the appliance before
it is repaired! Risk of electric shock!
3.2 Preparation
Make a rectangular opening in the base of the
overhead cupboard or hood, leaving a minimum
of 13 mm from the outer edges according to the
dimensions indicated in the table.
Drill a hole into the upper side of the cupboard in
accordance with the dimensions of the duct used
for both the extraction and recirculation.
Dismantle the ducting support by pulling the two
knobs (A) (fig. 1) simultaneously:
Figure 1
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3 Installation
Fixing the frame with screws:
Fix the hood to the cupboard, using the selfthreading screws (No. 8) provided with the accessories (fig. 2).
Figure 2
Rapid fixing with side supports:
The appliance (B) is intended to be used with a
panel thickness from 15 mm to 30 mm. Insert the
group into the opening until the two devices (B)
connect. Lock the adjustment screw (C) until the
built-in group adheres tightly to the surface (fig.
2).
Close the ducting support by pushing and connecting the two knobs (A) (fig. 3).
3.3 Connection with flue and carbon
filter
Connection with flue:
The hood can be ducted to outdoor using either a
rigid or a flexible 100 or 120 mm duct to be fixed
with suitable clamps which are not not provided
with the product (fig. 2).
If the hood is provided with the carbon filters fitted, the filters should be removed.
Connection with carbon filter (optional):
Carbon filters must be installed on the hood for
usage with carbon filters.
The air is recirculated into the kitchen through the
opening located on the upper side of the cupboard
or the hood (fig. 3).
3.4 Transportation
Disconnect the appliance from mains supply and
remove the hood first if you need it to be transported. Transport the appliance with its original
package if possible, and observe the transport
markings on the original package. If the original
package is not available, pack the appliance so
that it will not be damaged.
3.5 Disposal of packaging
Packaging materials may be risky for children.
Keep the packaging material out of the reach of
children.
Package of your product is made of recyclable
materials.
Figure 3
A
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Caution:
Do not connect the air outlet of the
hood to the same extraction channel
used to circulate hot air or for extracting fumes generated by devices
running on a power source other
than electricity.
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4 Use
Figure 4
4.1 Control panel
Light button (L) : Controls the top illumination.
Motor button (M) : Controls the motor power and
the fan speed.
Speed 1: Low speed. This should be selected
when simmering or using only one pan;
provides minimum noise level.
Speed 2: Medium speed. This should be selected
for normal cooking. This speed offers
the best ratio between air capacity and
noise level.
Speed 3: Top speed This should be selected when
frying or cooking food with strong odors,
even for a long period.
Your hood is equipped with a motor with various
speed settings. For a better performance, we advise you to use low speeds in normal conditions,
and high speeds when smell and vapors are intensified.
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5 Maintenance
C
Note:
Service your hood periodically!
Service is also required to prevent
burning of oil filter besides obtaining
better performance and better efficiency.
5.1 Cartridge type oil filters
Cleaning
Cartridge type filters shall be cleaned every two
months in normal use. It may be cleaned in a
dishwasher or by hand using mild detergent or
liquid soap.
Cartridge type filters are easily removed, one at a
time, by pushing it slightly towards the rear of the
hood while pulling downwards (fig. 5).
5.3 Cleaning the hood
•• Hood must only be cleaned when it is
unplugged from mains outlet or when the fuse
is switched off!
•• Hood must not be cleaned with a vapor cleaner
as it is not ensured that it would operate safely
afterwards due to water vapor.
Outer surfaces of the hood must be cleaned with
a mild cleaning agent (e.g. dish soap). Do not use
strong cleaning agents, abrasive agents or sharp
objects.
Stainless steel surfaces shall be cleaned with a
commercially available stainless steel cleaning
agent and a soft, non-abrasive sponge or cloth.
In order to prevent scratches, wiping action shall
be performed on the direction of surface structure
while you are cleaning the stainless steel surfaces.
5.4.Replacement of lamps
Figure 5
C
Note:
There could be a possible fire hazard
if the filters are not replaced according to these instructions
5.2.Carbon filters (optional):
In the recirculation mode the carbon filters absorb
smell and odors.
Carbon filters cannot be washed or regenerated.
They must be replaced every 2 months or more
frequently if the hood is used consistently.
Illumination is made with 2 pieces of 28 W lamps.
If the lamps do not work, open the suction grille
and check that they are properly fitted. If the lamps
have burned out they must be replaced with new
ones at equivalent voltage and power.
Replacement:
28 W lamp (fig. 6): unscrew the burned out lamp
and fit the new one.
When replacing, ensure that the pins are correctly
inserted into the lamp holders.
Install the suction grille back.
Replacement:
•• Dismantle the ducting support by pulling the two
knobs (A) (fig. 1) simultaneously to remove the
ducting grill.
•• Replace the carbon filter.
•• Close the ducting grill.
Figure 6
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6 Troubleshooting Suggestions
Problem
Explanation / Suggestion
Hood operates incorrectly
Turn off the hood with sliding switches and cut off electricity supply
for a few seconds by removing the plug or closing the fuse.
Hood does not operate
Suction power of the hood is
inadequate
Operating noise increased
abruptly
Operating noise increased in
the course of time
Illumination is disabled
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- Is the plug connected to mains outlet?
- Is the fuse in the household installation burnt off?
- Did you press the fan buttons?
- Is the correct fan level set?
- Is the aluminum cartridge type oil filter or carbon filter cleaned in
time?
- Is the air taken from the kitchen compensated with adequate
amount of fresh air to prevent vacuuming?
- Are the air outlet holes blocked?
- Is the air outlet piping sized or installed incorrectly during
installation? (e.g. small diameter, long air outlet pipe, air outlet with
many turns)
Is adequate amount of fresh air supplied to the kitchen in air
extraction mode?
Have you conformed with the maintenance intervals of the filters; i.e.
is any air passage possible?
- Is the fuse in the household installation burnt off?
- Is the lamp faulty?
- Is the new lamp seated correctly?
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