Best IP29M Series Installation manual

Best IP29M Series Installation manual
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
HB0063
IP29M SERIES
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V08072 rev. A
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WARNING
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WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC
SHOCK OR INJURY TO PERSONS, OBSERVE
THE FOLLOWING:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF INJURY TO PERSONS
IN THE EVENT OF A RANGE TOP GREASE
FIRE, OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING*:
1.
Use this unit only in the manner intended by the
manufacturer. If you have questions, contact the
manufacturer at the address or telephone number
listed in the warranty.
1.
2.
Before servicing or cleaning unit, switch power
off at service panel and lock service disconnecting
means to prevent power from being switched on
accidentally. When the service disconnecting
means cannot be locked, securely fasten a prominent
warning device, such as a tag, to the service panel.
3.
Installation work and electrical wiring must be
done by qualified personnel in accordance with all
applicable codes and standards, including fire-rated
construction codes and standards.
4.
Sufficient air is needed for proper combustion and
exhausting of gases through the flue (chimney) of
fuel burning equipment to prevent backdrafting.
Follow the heating equipment manufacturer’s
guidelines and safety standards such as those
published by the National Fire Protection
Association (NFPA), and the American Society for
Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
Engineers (ASHRAE), and the local code authorities.
5.
When cutting or drilling into wall or ceiling, do not
damage electrical wiring and other hidden utilities.
6.
Ducted fans must always be vented to the outdoors.
7.
Do not use this unit with any additional solid-state
speed control device.
8.
To reduce the risk of fire, use only steel ductwork.
9.
This unit must be grounded.
SMOTHER FLAMES with a close-fitting lid, cookie
sheet or metal tray, then turn off the burner.
BE CAREFUL TO PREVENT BURNS. IF THE
FLAMES DO NOT GO OUT IMMEDIATELY, EVACUATE
AND CALL THE FIRE DEPARTMENT.
2.
NEVER PICK UP A FLAMING PAN—You may be
burned.
3.
DO NOT USE WATER, including wet dishcloths or
towels—This could cause a violent steam explosion.
4.
Use an extinguisher ONLY if:
A. You own a Class ABC extinguisher and you
know how to operate it.
B. The fire is small and contained in the area
where it started.
C. The fire department has been called.
D. You can fight the fire with your back to an exit.
* Based on “Kitchen Fire Safety Tips” published by NFPA.
CAUTION
1.
2.
3.
4.
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF A RANGE TOP GREASE
FIRE:
a)
Never leave surface units unattended at high settings.
Boilovers cause smoking and greasy spillovers
that may ignite. Heat oils slowly on low or medium
settings.
b)
Always turn hood ON when cooking at high heat or
when flambeing food (i.e.: Crêpes Suzette,
Cherries Jubilee, Peppercorn Beef Flambé).
c)
Clean ventilating fans frequently. Grease should
not be allowed to accumulate on fan or filter.
d)
Use proper pan size. Always use cookware appropriate
for the size of the surface element.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
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For general ventilating use only. Do not use to
exhaust hazardous or explosive materials and
vapors.
To avoid motor bearing damage and noisy and/or
unbalanced impellers, keep drywall spray,
construction dust, etc. off power unit.
Your hood motor has a thermal overload which will
automatically shut off the motor if it becomes
overheated. The motor will restart when it will be
cooled down. If the motor continues to shut off and
restart, have the hood serviced.
For best capture of cooking impurities, the bottom
of the hood should be at a minimum of 30” and at
a maximum of 36” above the cooking surface.
Two installers are recommended because of the
large size and weight of this hood.
To reduce the risk of fire and to properly exhaust
air, be sure to duct air outside—Do not exhaust air
into spaces within walls or ceiling or into attics,
crawl space or garage.
This product is equipped with a thermostat which
may start blower automatically. To reduce the risk
of injury and to prevent power from being switched
on accidentally, switch power off at service panel
and lock or tag service panel.
To reduce the risk of fire and electric shock, the
Best by Broan IP29M Series hood must be
installed with Best by Broan interior blower models
P6 or P12; Best by Broan exterior blower models
EB6, EB9, EB12 or EB15; Best by Broan in-line
blowers models ILB3, ILB6, ILB9, ILB11. Other
blowers cannot be substituted. (Blowers sold separately.)
Please read specification label on product for
further information and requirements.
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IP29M SERIES RANGE HOOD SYSTEM INTERIOR BLOWERS
Model 437
(High capacity roof cap)
Model 441
(10’’ Round wall cap)
Model 410
(10” round duct—2 ft. sections)
Model 407
(7” round duct—2 ft. sections)
Model 423
Model 424
Model 454
(41/2” x 181/2” to
(41/2” x 181/2” to
(41/2” x 181/2”
10” Round - vertical 10” Round - horiz. to 10” Round front/rear
horiz. /right
Model 453
(41/2” x 181/2”
to 10” Round horiz. /left
OPTIONAL
DRYWALL TRIM
ATDIP SERIES
OPTIONAL
DECORATIVE FLUE
AEIP SERIES
HL0091
Model 634 or 644
(roof cap)
Model 415
(7” round adjustable elbow)
Model 418
(10” round adjustable elbow)
Model 427
(41/2” x 181/2”
to 10” Round,
6” high - lateral
Model 647
(7” Round wall cap)
IP29M SERIES
HOOD
(Canopy with
blower controls
& lighting.
Required for all
installations.)
MODEL P12
BLOWER/ROUGH-IN KIT
(1200 cfm interior blower
& rough-in plate)
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MODEL P6
BLOWER/ROUGH-IN KIT
(600 cfm interior blower &
rough-in plate)
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IP29M SERIES RANGE HOOD SYSTEM IN-LINE AND EXTERIOR BLOWERS
Model 437
(High capacity roof cap)
Model 643
(8” Round
wall cap)
Model 441
Model ILB9 (800 cfm) (10” Round wall cap)
Model EB12 (1200 cfm)
or ILB11 (1100 cfm)
or EB15 (1500 cfm)
in-line blower
Model EB6 (600 cfm) exterior blower
(includes two 8” x 12” to
or EB9(900 cfm)
10’’ round transitions)
exterior blower
Model 441
(10” Round
wall cap)
Model ILB6 (600 cfm)
in-line blower
(includes two 4½” x 18½”
to 10’’ round transitions)
Model 418
10” Round
adjustable elbow
(optional)
Model ILB3 (280 cfm)
in-line blower
(includes one 8” to 10”
round transition)
Model 421
(10” Round vert.
in-line damper)
Recommended
for use with
exterior blowers
Model 410
(10” Round duct
—2ft. sections)
OPTIONAL
DRYWALL TRIM
ATDIP SERIES
IP29M SERIES
HOOD
(Canopy with
blower controls
& lighting.
required for all
installations.)
OPTIONAL
DECORATIVE FLUE
AEIP SERIES
In-line and exterior blower rough-in kit
(included with EB6, EB9, EB12, EB15,
ILB3, ILB6, ILB9 and ILB11 blowers.)
HL0090
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1. SELECT BLOWER OPTION AND INSTALLATION TYPE
Either an interior or an exterior blower or in-line blower may be used with this hood. The Best by Broan IP29M Series must be installed
with blower models P6, P12, ILB3, ILB6, ILB9, ILB11, EB6, EB9, EB12 or EB15 only. Other blowers cannot be substituted.
(Blowers sold separately.)
Plan where and how the ductwork will be installed.
If installing in-line blower, refer to instructions packed with in-line blower and follow steps 1 up to 9, 11 to 15, 17 and up of this
manual.
Install proper-sized ductwork, elbows and roof or wall cap for the type of blower you are installing. Use metal duct tape to seal duct joints.
ROOF CAP
ROOF CAP
7” (178) ROUND DUCT
10” (254) ROUND DUCT
DECORATIVE
FLUE
12”, 18”, 24” or 30”
(762, 305, 457 or 610)
or TRIM
DECORATIVE
FLUE
12”, 18”, 24” or 30”
(762, 305, 457 or 610)
or TRIM
HOOD
HOOD
30” TO 36” (762 to 914)
ABOVE COOKING SURFACE
HH0080A
ROUND
TRANSITION
4½” x 18½”
to 10”
(114 x 470
to 254)
(see page 3)
30” TO 36” (762 to 914)
ABOVE COOKING SURFACE
NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are in mm.
MODEL P12 DUAL INTERIOR BLOWER
TYPICAL DUCTWORK
MODEL P6 SINGLE INTERIOR BLOWER
TYPICAL DUCTWORK
EXTERIOR
BLOWER
NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are in mm
HH0081A
ROOF CAP
10” (254)
ROUND DUCT
10” [254] ROUND DUCT
(except ILB3, 8’’ [203] ROUND DUCT)
IN-LINE BLOWER
DECORATIVE
FLUE
12”, 18”, 24” or 30”
(762, 305, 457 or 610)
or TRIM
DECORATIVE
FLUE
12”, 18”, 24” or 30”
(762, 305, 457 or 610)
or TRIM
WALL
CAP
HOOD
HOOD
30” TO 36” (762 to 914)
ABOVE COOKING SURFACE
HH0082A
30” TO 36” [762 to 914]
ABOVE COOKING SURFACE
NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are in mm
HH0083A
MODEL EB6, EB9, EB12 OR EB15
EXTERIOR BLOWER TYPICAL DUCTWORK
NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are in mm.
MODEL ILB3, ILB6, ILB9 OR ILB11
IN-LINE BLOWER TYPICAL DUCTWORK
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2. MEASURE INSTALLATION
Dimensions for the most common installation are shown beside.
Framework
The minimum hood distance above cooktop must not be less than 30’’. A maximum of
flush to ceiling
36” above cooktop is highly recommended for best capture of cooking impurities.
Decorative flue
Distances over 36” are at the installer and users discretion.
cover or drywall
Since framework must be flush to ceiling, 4 decorative flue covers have been created to fit both
with trim
hood widths and different ceiling heights. Refer to table below to choose the model that fits your
needs.
DECORATIVE FLUE
COVER
MODEL A (HEIGHT)
AEIP422
12”
AEIP542
12”
AEIP428
18”
AEIP548
18”
AEIP424
24”
AEIP544
24”
AEIP420
30”
AEIP540
30”
WIDTH
42”
54”
42”
54”
42”
54”
42”
54”
8’ CEILING
DISTANCE FROM COOKTOP
30”
36”
X
X
9’ CEILING
DISTANCE FROM COOKTOP
30”
36”
A
Minimum distance between
the hood and cooktop:
30’’ (762 mm)
Recommended maximum
distance between the hood
and cooktop: 36’’ (914 mm)
X
X
X
X
X
X
HH0084A
Standard 36”
(914 mm)
high cooktop
MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM DISTANCE
OVER COOKTOP
NOTE: For ceilings over 9’, decorative flues are not available.
If a drywall box will be built instead of installing decorative flue cover, use drywall trim to hide hood and drywall junction. Refer to table
below to find the appropriate model for your hood width.
MODEL
ATDIP42
ATDIP54
WIDTH
42”
54”
3. PREPARE THE INSTALLATION
CAUTION
When performing installation, servicing or cleaning the unit, it is recommended to wear safety glasses and gloves.
Remove the installation kit from inside the hood.
Make sure that the following items are included:
- Installation manual
- Accessories including:
• 3 Evolutionary™ hybrid baffle filters
• Shielded halogen lights (GU10 type base, 120 V, 50 W) (6 for 42” width hoods, 8 for 54” width hoods)
• Bag of parts including:
(10) steel wood screws no. 10 x 1.5’’, (10) steel washer no. 10, (6) screws no. 8 x 3/8’’ (additional screws provided)
Parts sold separately:
- Interior blower Model P6 (includes rough-in kit).
- Interior blower Model P12 (includes rough-in kit).
- In-line blower assembly ILB3, ILB6, ILB9 or ILB11 (all include transition and rough-in plate)
- Exterior blower assembly EB6, EB9, EB12 or EB15 (all include rough-in plate).
- Transitions, duct, elbows, dampers, wall and roof caps. Refer to pages 3 and 4 for a complete list of venting options and model numbers.
- Optional decorative flue cover AEIWP Series, 12’’, 18”, 24” or 30” height and 42” or 54” width.
- Optional dry wall trim ATDIP Series, 42” or 54” width.
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4. PREPARE THE BLOWER HOUSING
A
B
B
Detach the blower housing from the hood by removing its both retaining screws (A).
Keep the screws for further use.
Fold up its both flanges (B). The flanges must be perpendicular to the top of the
blower housing.
HD0229
5. REMOVE THE FILTERS AND THE GREASE DRIP RAIL
1
A. Remove tape on filters. Remove filters from hood and
set aside.
NOTE: It is recommended to start with the central one.
B. Remove tape on grease drip rail (1).
Lift out grease drip rail and set aside.
HD0222
6. REMOVE THE PAN
NOTE: Do not remove the 4 screws located on the
notched parts of the pan (A on figure below).
A
Using a Phillips no. 2, remove 8 screws
retaining the pan (shaded part on
illustration beside) to the hood.
RETAINING
HD0224
Remove the pan and set aside.
A
HD0223
HD0238
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SCREWS LOCATION
7. BUILD THE FRAMEWORK
! WARNING
When building framework, always follow all applicable construction codes and standards.
The framework must be sized to support the total weight of the hood. Refer to the table below for total weight of the hood, according to the
type of blower chosen.
HOOD WIDTH
42”
54”
WITH
P6
INTERIOR BLOWER
71
86
WITH
P12
LB
7.1 SUGGESTED FRAMEWORK
INTERIOR BLOWER
84
99
LB
WITH IN-LINE OR
LB
LB
FOR INSTALLATION WITH
EXT. BLOWERS (ROUGH-IN
52 LB
67 LB
PLATE ONLY)
DECORATIVE FLUE COVER AEIWP SERIES
28¾”
28½”
In the ceiling material, cut-out a 28¾” x 12½” max.
opening over the installation location. Install two
supporting studs inside the cut-out at dimensions
shown beside.
SUPPORTING STUDS
12½”
max.
58
12 / ”
CL
CL
27”
HD0227A
Studs flush
with ceiling material
ceiling
ceiling
material
material
Using provided wood screws no. 10 x 1.5” and washers, assemble both mounting brackets
(included with the optional decorative flue cover) to the framework. See illustration beside.
HD0228A
7.2 SUGGESTED FRAMEWORK
FOR INSTALLATION WITH
DRYWALL TRIM ATDIP SERIES
Below is the suggested framework for both 42” and 54” width hoods to be installed with drywall trim ATDIP Series. Refer to the table
and illustrations below for the dimensions according to the hood width. Using provided wood screws no. 10 x 1.5” and washers,
assemble both mounting brackets (included with the optional drywall trim) to the framework.
HOOD WIDTH A WITH 5/8” DRYWALL A WITH 1/2” DRYWALL
117⁄8”
42”
115⁄8”
5
54”
11 ⁄8”
117⁄8”
B WITH 5/8” DRYWALL
285⁄8”
405⁄8”
B WITH 1/2” DRYWALL
287⁄8”
407⁄8”
C
10” MINIMUM
10” MINIMUM
FRAMEWORK 54’’ HOOD
FRAMEWORK 42’’ HOOD
CL
FRAMEWORK
TOP VIEW
HD0235
HD0237
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27¼”
C
CL
8. INSTALL BLOWER HOUSING
Use both screws (A) previously removed in step 4 to assemble the blower housing to the mounting brackets. For installation with decorative
flue cover AEIWP Series only, place 4 nuts (B) (from flue cover parts bag) on the pem studs, leaving 1/4” for the hood installation. The
blower housing must be installed in such a way that its label (C) will be on the same side as the hood control side. See illustrations below.
INSTALLATION WITH
DECORATIVE FLUE COVER
INSTALLATION WITH
AEIWP SERIES
DRY WALL TRIM
C
B
HD0230
ATDIP SERIES
C
B
A
A
HD0231
9. SECURE BLOWER HOUSING TO BRACKETS
From the inside, secure the blower housing to mounting brackets, using 2 no. 8 x 3/8”
screws per side.
Screws must be installed in embossed sections, see details beside.
RETAINING
SCREWS LOCATION
HO0100
10.INSTALL TRANSITION TO ROUGH-IN PLATE (INTERIOR BLOWER ONLY)
Model 423, 424, 427 453, or 454
Attach transition (if required) to blower rough-in plate.
Use metal duct tape to make all joints secure and air-tight.
NOTE: Model P6 blower plate connects directly to 7’’ round ductwork without a transition.
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11.INSTALL THE ROUGH-IN PLATE IN THE BLOWER HOUSING
Run power cable to installation location. Refer to the instructions included with
the selected blower/rough-in kit (sold separately) for details on installing the
rough-in plate. Install the rough-in plate so that the wiring box is located on the
right side when facing the hood, as specified on the blower housing label.
Connect transition or rough-in plate to ductwork. Use metal duct tape to make
all joints secure and air-tight.
WIRING
HD0232
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COVER
12.CONNECT THE WIRING
! WARNING
Risk of electrical shock. Electrical wiring must be done by qualified personnel in accordance with all applicable
codes and standards. Before connecting wires, switch power off at service panel and lock service disconnecting
means to prevent power to be switched on accidentally.
Remove wiring cover from rough-in plate and set aside.
Connect BLACK to BLACK, WHITE to WHITE and GREEN or bare wire under GREEN ground screw. Reinstall wiring cover.
13.FINISH THE DRYWALL BOX (INSTALLATION WITH DRY WALL TRIM ATDIP SERIES ONLY)
Finish the drywall box. Check fitting with dry wall trim before mounting it to the hood.
14.MOUNT THE DECORATIVE FLUE COVER OR THE DRY WALL TRIM ON THE HOOD
! WARNING
The decorative flue cover AEWIP Series and the dry wall trim ATDIP Series may have sharp edges. Be careful
when handling and installing these metal parts.
14.1INSTALLATION WITH
AEIWP SERIES
DECORATIVE
FLUE
COVER
Remove the protective plastic film covering the decorative flue
cover AEWP Series. Assemble the flue cover on top of hood
using (14) no. 8 x 3/8” screws (provided with decorative flue
cover). See illustration beside to locate mounting screws from
top of hood.
NOTE: Ensure edges fit perfectly before tightening completely
the mounting screws.
DRY WALL TRIM ATDIP SERIES
Remove the protective plastic film covering the dry wall trim
ATDPI Series. Assemble the dry wall trim on the top of the
hood using (14) no. 8 x 3/8” screws (provided with dry wall
trim). See illustration beside to locate mounting screws from
top of hood.
NOTE: Ensure edges fit perfectly before tightening completely
the mounting screws.
MOUNTING
14.2INSTALLATION WITH
HD0233
15.INSTALL THE HOOD
15.1INSTALLATION WITH
DECORATIVE FLUE COVER AEIWP SERIES
Assemble the hood assembly to the mounting brackets by aligning keyholes with
4 nuts previously installed in step 8.1 (2 nuts per side). While holding the hood,
remove one nut and install a washer (included in parts bag) on each pem
stud, then reinstall the nut and tighten it. See illustration beside.
15.2INSTALLATION WITH
DRY WALL TRIM
ATDIP SERIES
Align hood keyholes with pem studs on brackets. Secure the hood to the brackets
using washers and nuts (included in parts bag). See illustration beside.
HD0234
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SCREWS LOCATION
16.INSTALL THE BLOWER (INTERIOR OR EXTERIOR BLOWER)
Refer to instructions included with blower.
Once the blower is installed, plug the blower cord (A) into the female receptacle and the
power supply cord (B) onto the male connector inside the hood.
A
B
! WARNING
Do not plug the two cords into each other.
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17.REINSTALL THE PAN
CAUTION
Remove protective plastic film covering pan sides and tape over halogen lamps.
Using a Phillips no. 2 or Robertson no. 2 screwdriver and the retaining screws, reinstall the pan
(previously removed in step 6) inside the hood (shaded part on illustration beside).
RETAINING
SCREWS LOCATION
HD0224
18.REINSTALL GREASE DRIP RAIL AND BAFFLE FILTERS
Reinstall grease drip rail(s) (1). The illustration beside shows how to reinsert
the grease drip rail(s) into the range hood.
1
HD0225
CAUTION
Remove protective plastic film covering Evolutionary™ hybrid baffle filters before installing them.
Reinstall Evolutionary™ hybrid baffle filters
on the hood.
It is recommended to install side filters first
and finish with center one.
1
2
1. Insert one end of Evolutionary™ hybrid baffle
filter into the front channel of the hood.
2. Raise the other end toward the inside of
hood and insert in the grease drip rail of
the hood.
Replacement filters are available from your
dealer. See label inside hood for size and
part number.
HD0226
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19.LIGHT BULBS REPLACEMENT
! WARNING
In order to prevent the risk of personal injury, do not install a lamp identified for use only in enclosed fixtures.
This hood must use 120 V, 50 W, MR16 with GU10 base or PAR16 with GU10 base, shielded halogen lamps (included).
! WARNING
In order to prevent the risk of personal injury, the halogen lamps must be cooled down before removing them.
1
1. To remove lamps, gently push upwards and turn counterclockwise to
disengage bulb leads from their grooves.
NOTE: If need be, use a rubber dishwashing glove to add grip when
removing the bulb.
2. Install the new lamps by placing the bulb leads into their grooves in the
socket.
3. Gently push upwards and turn clockwise until secure.
2
3
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20.USE AND CARE
Evolutionary™ Hybrid Baffle Filters
The Evolutionary™ hybrid baffle filters should be cleaned frequently. Use a warm detergent solution. Wash more often if your cooking
style generates greater grease—like frying foods or wok cooking.
Remove Evolutionary™ hybrid baffle filters by pushing them towards the back of hood and rotating filters downward. Slide out the
secondary micromesh filter from the back of each hybrid baffle filter before cleaning. Baffle filters are dishwasher safe. Clean secondary
filters with a warm detergent solution. Allow filters to dry completely before reinstalling them in the hood.
Clean all-metal filters in the dishwasher using a non-phosphate detergent. Discoloration of the filter may occur if using phosphate detergent
or as a result of local water conditions—but this will not affect filter performance. This discoloration is not covered by the warranty.
Grease Drip Rail
The grease drip rail should be cleaned frequently. Lift it out from the hood and use a warm detergent solution. As for the baffle filters,
wash more often if your cooking style generates greater grease—like frying foods or wok cooking. Allow grease drip rail to dry completely
before reinstalling it in the hood.
Blower Cleaning
Remove the filters in order to access the blower. Vacuum blower to clean. Do not immerse in water. Refer to blower instruction manual
for more details.
Hood Cleaning
Stainless steel cleaning: How to maintain its “BRIGHT LOOK”
Do:
• Regularly wash with clean cloth or rag soaked with warm water and mild soap or liquid dish detergent.
• Always clean in the direction of original polish lines.
• Always rinse well with clear water (2 or 3 times) after cleaning. Wipe dry completely.
• You may also use a specialized household stainless steel cleaner.
Don’t:
• Do not use any steel or stainless steel wool or any other scrapers to remove stubborn dirt.
• Do not use any harsh or abrasive cleansers.
• Do not allow dirt to accumulate.
• Do not let plaster dust or any other construction residues reach the hood. During construction/renovation, cover the hood to make
sure no dust sticks to stainless steel surface.
Avoid: When choosing a detergent
• Any cleaners that contain bleach will attack stainless steel.
• Any products containing: chloride, fluoride, iodide, bromide will deteriorate surfaces rapidly.
• Any combustible products used for cleaning such as acetone, alcohol, ether, benzol, etc., are highly explosive and should never be
used close to a range.
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21.OPERATION
Always turn ON your hood before you begin cooking in order to establish an air flow in the kitchen. Let the blower run for a few minutes
to clear the air after you turn off the range. This will help keep the whole kitchen cleaner and brighter.
1
2
5
6
max
7
8
9
10
11
3
4
AIR
REFRESH
NSOR
SE
HC0032
1.Halogen light push-button
INSTEON™ Master Link Mode push-button
2. Blower push-button
3. Enable/Disable functions push-button/
INSTEON™ Erase Link push-button
4. Grease filter reset push-button/
INSTEON™ Link Mode push-button
5 Grease filters maintenance icon
6. Maximum blower speed icon
7. Particulates sensor icon
8. Blower speed level/
INSTEON™ state icon
9. Air refresh function icon
10. Blower speed icon
11. INSTEON™ icon
Cooktop Lighting (Halogen)
• The halogen lighting is controlled by the light push-button (item 1 on illustration above). Push once to turn ON the lights, and push
a second time to turn the lights ON to a brighter level. If the lights are at the highest level, pressing another time will set them to
the lowest intensity.
• Press on the push-button and maintain for 1 second to turn Off the lights and set the memorized intensity. When turned on, the
halogen bulbs will light cooktop at the previous setting.
• Use 120 V, 50 W, MR16 with GU10 base or PAR16 with GU10 base, shielded halogen lamps (included).
Blower
• The blower is controlled by the blower push-button (item 2 on illustration above). Push once to turn ON the blower, and push a
second time to set the blower speed to a higher level. If the blower speed is on maximum level, pressing another time will turn the
blower to the lowest speed.
• When power level 1 is activated from OFF, 100% of power level is activated during 0.3 second acting as a “kick-start”.
• Press on the push-button and maintain for 1 second to turn Off the blower and set the memorized speed. When turned ON, the
blower will operate at the previous setting.
• When the blower is ON, the speed level is shown by the center icon (item 8 on illustration above) while the icon 10 appears (the
speed of the rotational movement is proportional to the blower speed).
• When the blower is on the higher speed, the icon 10 shuts off and the icon 6 appears with “max” (the symbol has a rotational
movement).
Functions
Pressing on Enable/Disable functions push-button (item 3 on illustration above) allows to control Particulate Sensor and Air Refresh
hood functions.
Particulates Sensor
• To activate the particulate sensor function, press on Enable/Disable functions push-button (item 3 on illustration above), the
particulates sensor icon (item 7 on illustration above) will appear.
• When the sensor is activated, the blower turns ON automatically when some particulates, vapors or smokes caused by cooking
process, or abnormal gas emissions in the environment are detected. The blower speed is automatically set depending on the
particulates amount and the sensibility settings of the particulates sensor. See next paragraph.
• To stop the particulates sensor function, press on Enable/Disable functions push-button until particulates sensor icon turns off.
Particulates sensor sensibility settings
• Press on Enable/Disable functions push-button (item 3 on illustration above) to activate the particulate sensor function, this will
light up the particulates sensor icon (item 7 on illustration above). Then, press and maintain for 2 seconds the Enable/Disable
functions push-button : the sensor sensivity level will appear on center icon (item 8 on illustration above).
• Press again on this push-button to change the sensor sentivity level (from 0 [minimum sensitivity] up to 9 [maximum sensitivity]).
• Press on the grease filter reset push button (item 4 on the illustration above) to confirm (or is confirmed automatically after
5 seconds).
Air Refresh
• To activate the air refresh function, press on Enable/Disable functions push-button (item 3 on illustration above), the air refresh
function icon (item 9 on illustration above) will appear.
• To stop the air refresh function, press on Enable/Disable functions push-button until air refresh icon turns off.
• Air refresh function activates only when blower is OFF. When activated, the blower hood recycles the air in the environment in
perfect silence, starting every 50 minutes (for 10 minutes, on first speed).
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21.OPERATION (CONT’D)
Grease filter reset
• Once the grease filter cleaning is done, press on the grease filter reset push-button (item 4 on control illustration) to reset the filter
maintenance timer. This will also shut off the grease filter maintenance icon (item 5 on control illustration).
Grease filter maintenance indicator
• After 30 hours of operation, the grease filter maintenance icon (item 5 on control illustration) appears. This means filters need to
be cleaned.
• Once the grease filter cleaning is done, press on grease filter reset push-button to reset the filter maintenance timer.
Interface backlighting
•
•
•
•
•
Off mode (Blower off, Particulates sensor and Air refresh modes disabled): Backlighting is off.
Halogen lighting activated: does not affect backlighting.
Blower turns on: Backlighting at maximum intensity.
Particulates sensor and Air refresh mode activated: Backlighting at maximum intensity.
Particulates sensor at sensitivity settings and Air refresh in selection mode: Backlighting at minimum intensity.
HEAT SENTRY
This hood is equipped with a HEAT SENTRY thermostat. This thermostat is a device that will start or speed up the blower if it senses
excessive heat above the cooking surface.
•
•
•
•
If blower is OFF—it turns the blower to speed 3 (blower speed icon shows H).
If blower is ON—it turns the blower up to speed 3 (blower speed icon shows H).
NOTE:
When Heat Sentry is activated, Air refresh mode and Particulate sensor are inactivated. Also, communication
coming from the INSTEON™ Module is disabled.
When the temperature level drops to normal, the blower will return to its original setting (blower speed icon will show the original
blower speed).
To turn off the blower when Heat Sentry is activated, press and hold the blower push-button (item 2 on illustration) for more
than 1 second.
INSTEON™ Network compatibility
Your IP29M Series range hood can be linked to INSTEON network, if installed in your house. For more details, refer to INSTEON
devices instruction sheet.
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SERVICE PARTS
IP29M SERIES
1
5
2
3
4
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
HL0094
KEY
PART
NO. NUMBER DESCRIPTION
1
V08069 CONTROL PROCESSOR UNIT
2
V08073 PARTICULATES SENSOR
3
V13924 MALE CONNECTOR
4
V13923 FEMALE CONNECTOR
5
V08074 CONTROL INTERFACE
6
V16569 LAMP SHELL, SOCKET AND TRIM ASS’Y
7
V05921 HALOGEN BULBS (50 W, 120 V, PAR16, GU-10)
V16967 EVOLUTIONARY™ HYBRID BAFFLE FILTER 8.95” X 8.61” X 1” (INCL. ITEM 10)
8
V16968 EVOLUTIONARY™ HYBRID BAFFLE FILTER 14.95” X 8.61” X 1” (INCL. ITEM 10)
9
V05528 FILTER SPRING CLIP
V07694 SECONDARY MICROMESH FILTER 8.84” X 8.50”
10 V07695 SECONDARY MICROMESH FILTER 14.84” X 8.50”
V16794 GREASE DRIP RAIL 36”
11 V16796 GREASE DRIP RAIL 48”
12 V17448 INSIDE FRAME ASS’Y (42”) (INCLUDING ITEM 9)
V17449 INSIDE FRAME ASS’Y (54”) (INCLUDING ITEM 9)
*
V03435 THERMISTOR HEAT SENTRY
*
V08072 INSTALLATION GUIDE
V08068 PARTS BAG (STEEL WOOD SCREW NO. 10 X 1.5’’ [10],
*
SCREWS NO. 8 X 3/8’’ [6], STEEL WASHERS NO. 10 [10])
*
V05869 BEST BY BROAN LOGO
* NOT
1
1
1
1
SHOWN.
KEY
PART
NO. NUMBER DESCRIPTION
ACCESSORY PARTS BAG (STEEL HEXAGONAL LOCK-NUT [5],
*
V06927 SCREWS NO. 8 X 3/8’’ [14], STEEL WASHERS NO. 10 [10]
STEEL WOOD SCREW NO. 10 X 1.5’’ [10])
* NOT
QTY (HOOD WIDTH)
42’’
54’’
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
6
4
6
2
1
3
3
3
2
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
SHOWN.
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QTY
DECORATIVE FLUE DRY WALL TRIM
1
1
WARRANTY
WARRANTY
ONE-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
Broan-NuTone LLC (“Broan-NuTone”) warrants to the original consumer purchaser of its products that such products will be
free from defects in materials or workmanship for a period of one year from the date of original purchase. THERE ARE NO
OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
During this one-year period, Broan-NuTone will, at its option, repair or replace, without charge, any product or part which is
found to be defective under normal use and service.
THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT EXTEND TO FLUORESCENT LAMP STARTERS, TUBES AND BULBS, FUSES, FILTERS,
DUCTS, ROOF CAPS, WALL CAPS AND OTHER ACCESSORIES FOR DUCTING. This warranty does not cover (a) normal
maintenance and service or (b) any products or parts which have been subject to misuse, negligence, accident, improper
maintenance or repair (other than by Broan-NuTone), faulty installation or installation contrary to recommended installation
instructions.
The duration of any implied warranty is limited to the one-year period as specified for the express warranty. Some states or
provinces do not allow limitation on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you.
BROAN-NUTONE’S OBLIGATION TO REPAIR OR REPLACE, AT BROAN-NUTONE’S OPTION, SHALL BE THE
PURCHASER’S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY UNDER THIS WARRANTY. BROAN-NUTONE SHALL NOT BE
LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR SPECIAL DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH
PRODUCT USE OR PERFORMANCE. Some states or provinces do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental
or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights, which vary from state to state or province to
another. Any modification performed on this product without the authorization of Broan-NuTone will void this warranty. This
warranty supersedes all prior warranties.
To qualify for warranty service, you must (a) notify Broan-NuTone at the address or telephone number stated below, (b) give
the model number and part identification and (c) describe the nature of any defect in the product or part. At the time of
requesting warranty service, you must present evidence of the original purchase date.
In USA: Best®, P.O. Box 140, Hartford, WI 53027 (1-800-637-1453)
In Canada: Best®, 550 Lemire Blvd., Drummondville, QC J2C 7W9 (1-866-737-7770)
www.bestrangehoods.com
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