Bellini | BR903GCX | User manual | Bellini BR903GCX User manual

20130218 Issue 4
Curve Glass
Black Glass Fascia
Canopy Rangehood
Rangehood
BDR603TBX
BDR603TBX-F
BDR903TBX
BDR903TBX-F
BR603GCX-1, BR603GCX-1F
BR903GCX-1, BR903GCX-1F
BR603GTX-1, BR603GTX-1F
BR903GTX-1, BR903GTX-1F
Canopy
Rangehood
Installation and User manual
Content
BR603CPX,
BR603CPX-F,
BR903CPX,
BR903CPX-F
CRHC9S01-1
CRHC9S01-F
Safety instructions----------------------------------------2
Product description---------------------------------------4
Operation mode-------------------------------------------7
Installation---------------------------------------------------8
Start using the range hood------------------------------13
Maintenance and cleaning------------------------------14
Warranty-----------------------------------------------------15
For warranty service call 1300 373 199(Australia)
or 0508 123108 (New Zealand) to connect you to
the nearest authorised service centre
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Safety instructions
This manual explains the proper installation and use of your range hood, please read it
carefully before using even if you are familiar with the product. The manual should be kept
in a safe place for future reference.
Never to do:
Always to do:
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This appliance is not intended for use by persons
(including children) with reduced physical, sensory
plastic items) must be kept out of reach of
and mental capabilities, or lack of experience and
babies or young children at all times due to
knowledge, unless they have been given
risk of suffocation.
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supervision or instruction concerning use of the
appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
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Young children should be supervised to
ensure that they do not play with the
Never carry out flamable cooking under the
appliance.
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appliance
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Packaging materials (eg; polystyrene and
Ensure the range hood is switched off before
The exhaust from the range hood must not be
carrying out maintenance, to avoid any
discharged into any heating flue, which may carry
possibility of electric shock.
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combustion products from other sources.
Grease filters must be removed every four
weeks (maximum) for cleaning to reduce the
risk of fire.
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There must be adequate ventilation of the
room when the range hood is used at the
same time as appliances burning gas or other
fuels.
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Always cover lit gas burners with pots or pans
when range hood is in use.
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Do not leave lit gas burners exposed due to the risk
remove pots or pans.
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of fire.
Always switch off gas burners before you
If the supply cord is damaged, the cord must
be replaced by the manufacturer, its service
agent or similarly qualified persons in order to
avoid a hazard
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This range hood is not recommended for
barbecues.
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Plug must be accessible after installation.
Safety instructions
Never to do:
Always to do:
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This range hood cannot be installed for outdoor use.
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It is prohibited to fit the range hood over a solid fuel
applicable regulations concerning discharge
stove
of exhaust air are fulfilled.
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This appliance must not be connected to a chimney
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Attention should be given to ensure that any
This appliance should be installed and
or vent flue which is in use.
maintained by a suitably qualified and
This appliance is not to be vented into the roof
competent person in accordance with the
cavity, must exit into open air.
relevant safety regulations.
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Exhaust air must not be discharged into a wall
Before connecting the appliance to the mains
cavity, unless the cavity is designed for the purpose.
supply, ensure that the voltage and frequency
This appliance should not be connected to ducting
details on the rating plate are consistent with
which ventilates rooms with fire places.
the source of supply.
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Product description
BR603GCX-1, BR603GCX-1F, BR903GCX-1, BR903GCX-1F
BR603GTX-1, BR603GTX-1F, BR903GTX-1, BR903GTX-1F
Accessories bag
Description
Picture
QTY
User Manual
1
1:1 installation guide template
1
Upper decorative chimney bracket
1
Lower decorative chimney bracket
1
Hood mount bracket
1
Dry wall anchors plugs
9
Screw(ST4x8mm)
2
Screw(ST4x30mm)
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Component list:
Technical data:
1. Upper decorative chimney bracket
2. Upper decorative chimney(Inner)
Power supply: 220 – 240v, 50Hz
3. Lower decorative chimney bracket
Lights: 2x20W Halogen lamp
4. Flexible exhaust pipe
Motor: 210W
5. Lower decorative chimney(outer)
Length of power cord: 1.5m
6. Hood mount bracket
Air outlet diameter: 150mm
7. Main body
8. Grease mesh filter
*Maximum extension of upper and lower chimney is 980mm
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BDR603TBX, BDR603TBX-F, BDR903TBX, BDR903TBX-F
Accessories bag
Description
Picture
QTY
User Manual
1
1:1 installation guide template
1
Upper decorative chimney bracket
1
Lower decorative chimney bracket
1
Hood mount bracket
1
Dry wall anchors plugs
9
Screw(ST4x8mm)
2
Screw(ST4x30mm)
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Component list:
Technical data:
1. Upper decorative chimney bracket
2. Upper decorative chimney(Inner)
3. Lower decorative chimney bracket
Power supply: 220 – 240v, 50Hz
4. Flexible exhaust pipe
Lights: 2x20W Halogen lamp
5. Lower decorative chimney(outer)
Motor: 210W
6. Hood mount bracket
Length of power cord: 1.5m
7. Main body
Air outlet diameter: 150mm
8. Grease mesh filter*
* for BDR603TBX, BR603TBX-F, 2 filters; for BDR903TBX, BDR903TBX-F, 3 filters
* Maximum extension of upper and lower chimney is 780mm
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BR603CPX, BR603CPX-F, BR903CPX, BR903CPX-F, CRHC9S01-1, CRHC9S01-F
Accessories bag
Description
Picture
QTY
User Manual
1
1:1 installation guide template
1
Upper decorative chimney bracket
1
Lower decorative chimney bracket
1
Hood mount bracket
1
Dry wall anchors plugs
9
Screw(ST4x8mm)
6
Screw(ST4x30mm)
9
Component list:
Technical data:
1. Upper decorative chimney bracket*
2. Upper decorative chimney(Inner)
3. Lower decorative chimney bracket
Power supply: 220 – 240v, 50Hz
4. Flexible exhaust pipe
Lights: 2x40W incandescent lamp
5. Lower decorative chimney(outer)*
Motor: 210W
6. Hood mount bracket
Length of power cord: 1.5m
7. Main body
Air outlet diameter: 150mm
8. Grease mesh filter
*Maximum extension of upper and lower chimney is 780mm
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Operation Mode
Your range hood can be operated in two optional modes, choose the mode suitable for your kitchen before
installation.
Air Exaction
To outside
For air exaction mode, a ducting kit is required, the air is
drawn in and cleaned by the grease filters and directed
outside.
Ducting must be vented to outside atmosphere.
Air Recirculation
To inside
For air recirculation mode, charcoal filter is a must to
eliminate cooking smells.
The air is drawn in and cleaned first by the grease filters
and then charcoal filter. The cleaned air is then
re-circulated back into kitchen through grilles on the
upper decorative chimney.
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Installation
Dimensions:
BDR603TBX, BDR603TBX-F,
Width=600
BDR903TBX, BDR903TBX-F
Width=900
BR603GC/TX-1, BR603GC/TX -1F
Width=600
BR903GC/TX-1, BR903GC/TX -1F
Width=900
BR603CPX, BR603CPX-F, Width=600;
BR903CPX, BR903CPX-F, CRHC9S01-1, CRHC9S01-F, Width=900
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Installation:
Warning:
Check that the installation complies with the standards of local building, gas and electrical authorities. Before
connecting to the mains supply ensure the mains voltage corresponds to the voltage on the appliance rating
plate inside the range hood.
When installing the range hood, make sure you adhere to the minimum and maximum distances from the range
hood base to the cooktop hob surface.
Hints for exhaust duct installation
The following rules must be strictly followed to obtain optimal air extraction
•
Keep exhaust duct short and straight
•
Do not reduce the size or restrict exhaust duct
•
When using flexible duct always install the duct pulled taut to minimize pressure loss
•
Failure to observe these basic instructions will reduce the performance and increase noise levels of the
range hood
Ensure the exhaust ducting selected for installation complies with relevant standards and is fire retardant.
1. Using a spirit level mark a vertical centre line on the wall where the hood is to be positioned, and a horizontal
line where the hood base will be.
NOTE: The distance from the horizontal line to an electrical cooktop underneath must be minimum of
600mm & 650mm to a gas cook top and a maximum height of 800mm (refer to table below).
Vertical centre line
Horizontal line
Hood base
Minimum:
Electric 600mm
Gas 650mm
Maximum:
800mm
Top of hob
*If the instructions of the hob specify a greater distance than the minimum above, then that shall be the minimum height for installation
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2. Use the installation guide template to determine where screw mount holes should be drilled. Make sure
vertical and horizontal line on the installation guide template superpose with the line just drew on the wall.
3. According to the position just marked by installation guide template, drill holes(diameter 7mm) on the wall
and hammer dry wall anchor plugs into holes.
4. This step is only for BR6/903CPX, BR6/903CPX-F.
Use 2pcs ST4x8mm screws to attach lower and upper chimney together, do not fasten screws too much, make
sure upper decorative chimney can be telescopically adjusted after assembled.
Upper decorative chimney (Inner)
Lower Chimney bracket
Lower decorative chimney (Outer)
5. Fit the flexible exhaust pipe onto outlet.
* If choose air extraction mode, please install the flexible exhaust pipe; if choose air recirculation mode, no
need to install the flexible exhaust pipe, please skip this step and jump to step 6 directly
6. Remove grease mesh filter and install active charcoal filter onto motor chamber according to below drawing.
* If choose air extraction mode, please skip this step and jump to step 7 directly. if choose air recirculation
mode, we strongly recommend you have charcoal filter installed;
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7. Secure the hood mount bracket onto wall with 3 x ST4x30mm screws, making sure screws are securely
tightened.
8. Hang on the hood onto the hook of the hood mount bracket, make sure the mount slot on cooker hood
completely slide into hooks.
*Above photo is just for reference only, actual product could be varies…
9. Fasten the 2pcs anti-tilt ST4x30mm screws onto wall to ensure horizontality of cooker hood. You can find out
screw holes inside hood near the motor chamber.
10. Plug in the main power supply.
11. This step is only for BR6/903CPX, BR6/903CPX-F
11.1 Fasten the Lower decorative chimney bracket to the lower chimney with 2 x ST4x8mm screws, put the
chimney in position..
11.2 Fasten 2 x ST4x30mm screws onto the wall to fix Lower decorative chimney bracket.
11.3 Fasten 2 x ST4x8 screws to fix Lower decorative chimney onto the hood body.
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12. This step is for BR6/903GC/TX-1, BR6/903GC/TX-1F and BDR6/903TBX, BR6/903TBX-F
12.1 Fasten 2 x ST4x30mm screws onto the wall to fix Lower decorative chimney bracket.
12.2 Attach the upper chimney onto the hook position on lower chimney(both side)
Upper decorative chimnsy(Inner)
Lower chimney bracket
Lower decorative chimney(Outer)
13. Determine position where upper decorative chimney maximum extent to, use 2pcs ST4x30mm screws to
secure the upper decorative chimney bracket onto wall.
14. Extend the upper decorative chimney to desired height and fix it with the upper decorative chimney bracket
by 2pcs ST4x8mm screws.
15. Remove all blue protective film on chimney and cooker hood, the installation is now finished.
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Start using your range hood
BR603GCX-1, BR603GCX-1F, BR903GCX-1, BR903GCX-1F
BR603CPX, BR603CPX-F, BR903CPX, BR903CPX-F, CRHC9S01-1, CRHC9S01-F
Lamp – Turn on/off light;
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On/Off – Turn on/off unit
Speed –select speed to suit cooking conditions
Low – light frying/boiling. Depress this button to enter into low speed and again to turn off motor.
Medium – frying/wok cooking/heavy boiling. Depress this button to enter into medium speed and again
to turn off motor
High – grilling, intensive frying and wok cooking. Depress this button to enter into high speed and again
to turn off motor
BR603GTX-1, BR603GTX-1F, BR903GTX-1, BR903GTX-1F
BDR603TBX, BR603TBX-F, BDR903TBX, BDR903TBX-F
On/Off button - Turn on/off unit, +/Light button - Turn on/off light
Digital display
1 – Low fan speed;
Speed increase/decrease
2- Medium speed ; 3 - High speed.
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Maintenance and cleaning
Caution:
- By hand: Soak in warm water and a neutral
• Before maintenance or cleaning is carried out, the
washing up liquid. For stubborn grease stains use a
range hood should be disconnected from the main
soft nylon brush or sponge to help remove these
power supply. Ensure that the range hood is switched
stains. (Leave to dry naturally out of direct sun light)
off at the wall socket and the plug removed.
- In a dishwasher: Ensure that placement of the
• External surfaces are susceptible to scratches and
filters is made so as to not impede the function of the
abrasions, so please follow the cleaning instructions
spray arm. Washing the filters in a dishwasher may
to ensure the best possible result is achieved without
cause discoloration of the aluminum inner mesh over
damage.
time although it will not affect their performance.
Filters should be washed separately to crockery and
kitchen utensils. It is advisable not to use rinse aid.
GENERAL
Cleaning and maintenance should be carried out with
the appliance cold especially when cleaning
Replace incandescent bulb(220V, E14, Max 40W)
Avoid leaving alkaline or acid substances (lemon
1.Switch the unit off and unplug the appliance.
juice, vinegar etc.) on the surfaces
2.Open the mesh filter to replace incandescent bulb
STAINLESS STEEL
The stainless steel must be cleaned regularly (e.g.
weekly) to ensure long life expectancy.
Dry with a clean soft cloth. A specialized stainless
steel cleaning fluid may be used.
NOTE: Ensure that wiping is done along with the
grain of the stainless steel to prevent any
unsightly crisscross scratching patterns from
Replace Halogen(Max 20W), LED (Max 1.5W) lamp
appearing.
1. Switch the unit off and unplug the appliance.
2. Undo 4 screws on top of the glass and take off
the glass.
CONTROL PANEL SURFACE
3. Pat the bulb down and replace the bulb.
The inlay control panel can be cleaned using warm
soapy water. Ensure the cloth is clean and well wrung
before cleaning. Use a dry soft cloth to remove any
excess moisture left after cleaning.
Important
Avoid using harsh cleaning chemicals, strong
household detergents or products containing
abrasives as this will affect the appliance
appearance and potentially remove any printing
*Above for curve glass models only, for black fascia model simply
of artwork on the control panel and will void
remove mesh filter then pat the bulb down.
manufactures warrantee
Important
GREASE MESH FILTERS
When handling globes hold with a cloth or gloves to
The mesh filters can be cleaned either by hand or in
ensure perspiration does not come in contact with the
the dishwasher. After cleaning ensure that the filters
globe as this can reduce the life of the globe.
are completely dry before refitting.
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WARRANTY
1.1
In this warranty:
1.1.1 Australian Consumer Law means the law as set out in Schedule 2 of the Competition and
Consumer Act 2010;
1.1.2 Company means GSM Sales Pty Ltd ABN 53 007 682 475 of 142-144 Fullarton Road, Rose
Park SA 5067. Telephone 08 8122 2390. Email admin@gsmsales.com.au;
1.1.3 Consumer means a “consumer” as that term is defined in Section 3 of the Australian Consumer
Law as the original purchaser of a Bellini product;
1.1.4 Consumer Guarantees means the guarantees under the Australian Consumer Law;
1.1.5 You means the Consumer.
1.2
Nothing in this warranty affects any person’s rights under the Australian Consumer Law. The benefits to
any Consumer under this warranty are in addition to the rights and remedies available under any Consumer
Guarantees.
1.3
Subject to the other clauses of this warranty, the Company warrants to the Consumer that the Bellini
product will be free of manufacturing defects and will perform to the Company’s specifications.
1.4
The benefit of this warranty extends only to the Consumer as original purchaser of a Bellini product which is
installed in a residential property.
1.5
This warranty commences on the date of purchase of the Bellini product by the Consumer and continues for
the benefit only of the Consumer until the expiry of two (2) years (Warranty Period).
1.6
If within the Warranty Period a manufacturing defect is discovered in the Bellini product or it fails to perform
to the Company’s specifications as a result of some defect in materials, components or workmanship
(Defect) then the Company will, at its option, repair the Bellini product or supply a replacement Bellini
product free of charge. A replacement Bellini product may differ from the original product purchased by the
Consumer.
1.7
This warranty will not apply to any Bellini product:
1.7.1
Installed by any person other than a qualified tradesperson; or
1.7.2
Subjected to misuse, neglect, negligence or accidental damage; or
1.7.3
Operated in any way contrary to any operating or maintenance instructions; or
1.7.4
Improperly handled, installed or maintained; or
1.7.5
Altered or modified prior to or after installation; or
1.7.6
Damaged directly or indirectly by power surges, electrical storm damage or connection to incorrect
power supply
The Australian Consumer Law requires the inclusion of the following statement with this warranty: Our goods come with guaranteed that cannot be excluded under the Australian Consumer Law. You are
entitled to a replacement or refund for a major failure and for compensation for any other reasonably
foreseeable loss or damage. You are also entitled to have the goods repaired or replaced if the goods
fail to be of acceptable quality and the failure does not amount to a major failure.
IN ORDER TO MAKE A CLAIM UNDER THIS WARRANTY THE
CONSUMER MUST CALL 1300 373 199 (AUSTRALIA) OR 0508 123 108
(NEW ZEALAND) TO CONNECT TO THE NEAREST AUTHORISED CENTRE
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1.8
You must provide proof of your purchase of the Bellini product and the date of purchase in order to obtain
the benefit of this warranty.
1.9
If you live outside the service area of the Company or one of its service agents, this warranty does not cover
the cost of transport of the Bellini product for service nor the service agent’s travelling costs to and from your
home.
1.10 If you are required to transport the Bellini product to the Company or its service agent, you must ensure it is
safely disconnected by a qualified tradesman and securely packed and insured. The Company does not
accept any responsibility for loss or damage of the Bellini product prior to it being received by the Company
or its service agent.
1.11 You will be responsible for all costs of returning a Bellini product to the Company and for redelivery of the
Bellini product by the Company (whether it is the original or a repaired and/or a replacement Bellini product)
and for any other expenses you incur in claiming under this warranty.
1.12 The Company or its service agent will examine any Bellini product and if the Company determines that it is
defective through no fault of the Owner and is otherwise undamaged, the Company will repair or replace the
Bellini product in accordance with this warranty.
DO NOT SEND IN THIS WARRANTY
Fill out the following details and file with your purchase invoice.
RETAIN & FILE WITH YOUR RECEIPT
Your Purchase Receipt/Invoice is proof of date of purchase. If you are unable to establish the date of purchase,
or if the fault is not covered by this warranty, or if the product is found to be in working order, you will be required
to bear all service call charges.
GSM Sales Pty Ltd reserves the right to discontinue items, modify designs and change specifications without
incurring obligation.
Whilst every effort is made to ensure that descriptions, specifications and other information in this publication is
correct, no warranty is given in respect thereof and the company shall not be liable for any errors therein.
Purchased from:
Co. Name:
Address:
Date of Purchase:
Serial number:
NOTE:
Consistent with our continuing product development policy, improvements may have been made
which render the contents of this packaging slightly different to that shown.
FOR WARRANTY SERVICE CALL 1300 373 199 (AUSTRALIA)
OR 0508 123 108 (NEW ZEALAND) TO CONNECT YOU TO THE NEAREST
AUTHORISED SERVICE CENTRE
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