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Baumatic cooker User manual
User Manual for your
BAH6008&BAH7006&
BAH9007&BAH6008G
&BAH9008GAH9009G
Cooker Hood
Chimney Hood in Stainless Steel
NOTE: This User Instruction Manual contains important
information, including safety & installation points, which will
enable you to get the most out of your appliance. Please keep it
in a safe place so that it is easily available for future reference.
06/03/12
CONTENTS
YOUR COOKER HOOD’S SPECIFICATIONS ….……………..………….2
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION……………………………….…3-4
CARING FOR THE ENVIRONMENT…………………………………………5
USING YOUR COOKER HOOD………………………………..……………..6
MAINTAINING AND CLEANING YOUR COOKER HOOD ……….7-9
INSTALLING / CHANGING THE CARBON FILTER …………………10
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS ……………………….……...….11-18
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION……………11
INSTALLING THE COOKER HOOD………12-14
FITTING THE CHIMNEY…………………15-16
INSTALLATION NOTES – EXTRACTION / PURIFYING VERSION .….17
NOTE ON INSTALLING THE VERSION WITH LOWER BRACKET..……18
TROUBLESHOOTING ……………………………………………19
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Dear Customer,
Congratulations on purchasing your new product from Think Appliances.
To register your parts and labour warranty (some conditions apply please refer to your
warranty card for more details) please contact out Customer Care team on:
1800 444 357
Our Customer Care centre is there to ensure you get the most out of your appliance. For
example, should you want to learn more about recommended cooking temperatures, the
various cooking functions available, how to set and program your LED clock, and importantly
taking care of your appliance when cleaning, please call us because we are here to help you.
It is important that you read through the following use and care manual thoroughly to
familiarize yourself with the installation and operation requirements of your appliance to
ensure optimum performance.
We also carry a complete range of spare parts for all Think products. For all your spare parts
enquiries please contact our team at Pronto Parts on:
1300 306 973
Again, thank you for choosing an appliance brought to you by Think Appliances and we look
forward to being of service to you.
Kind regards
Management
Think Appliances
Specifications of your Cooker Hood
Congratulations on purchasing a Cooker Hood!
To fully enjoy using your appliance long into the future,
please firstly familiarise yourself with its specifications,
safety advice and operational instructions included in this
manual. You will also need this manual to ensure that your
Cooker Hood has been installed properly.
Your cooker hood can work either as an extraction fan or as
an air recirculator. Whichever mode you choose, you will
need to bear in mind that the extractor calls for ducting (not
included) to be worked from the exhaust of your fan, while
the recirculation function will require the replacement of
carbon filters.
Please see the installation section of this manual for details.
Model
BAH6008
Width
(mm)
600
BAH7006
700
BAH9007
900
BAH6008G
600
BAH9008G
900
BAH9009G
900
3
control
light
Push button
(AYD-008)
Push button
(AYD-008)
Push button
(AYD-008)
Electronic Button
(AYD-001)
Electronic Button
(AYD-001)
Electronic Button
(AYD-001)
2*20W
halogen
2*20W
halogen
2*20W
halogen
2*3W
LED
2*3W
LED
2*3W
LED
Extraction
Capacity
500
Carbon
filter
S1
500
S1
500
S1
750
S1
750
S1
750
S1
Important Safety Information: Please read this before installing & using.
o Any installation work must be
carried out by a qualified
electrician or competent person.
o The hood must be installed in
accordance with the installation
instructions and all measurements
followed.
o If the cooker hood is installed for
use above a gas appliance then the
provision for ventilation must be in
accordance with the all applicable
regulations.
o It is dangerous to alter the
specifications or to modify this
product in any way. Do not tamper
with it or attempt to alter it in the
attempt to customise it further.
o When installing the hood, ensure
that the following recommended
distances are being observed
between the cooker top and the
bottom of the cooker hood:

Electric cookers:

600 mm
Gas cookers:
600 mm
* NOTE - DO NOT SET YOUR
COOKER HOOD LESS THAN
6 00mmABOVE YOURCOOKER!
o When installed between
adjoining wall cabinets,
the cabinets must not
overhang the hob.
o The edges of the cooker
hood are sharp – be
mindful of this as you
handle your appliance,
especially during
installation and cleaning.
DO NOT CLEAN IN
BEHIND THE GREASE
FILTERS!
o If the room where the
cooker hood is to be used
contains a fuel burning
appliance such as a
central heating boiler
then its flue must be of
the sealed or balanced
flue type.
o If other types of flue or
appliances are fitted,
ensure that there is an
adequate supply of air in
the room.
o When the hood is being
used in its extractor
function, ensure that the
ducting is fire retardant
and that there are no
bends sharper than 90
degrees as this will
reduce the efficiency of
the hood.
o Ensure the ducting for
the extractor function
has the same diameter as
the outlet hole all the
way through.
o Keep young children from
using, playing with or
tampering with the
cooker hood. Older
children and infirm
persons should be
supervised if they are
using the cooker hood.
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Important Safety Information: Please read this before installing & using.
o Your cooker hood is for
domestic use only.
o Please dispose of the
packing material
carefully – children are
especially vulnerable to it.
o Dirty oil is an even
greater fire risk.
 Do not connect the
ducting system of this
appliance to any existing
ventilation system which
is being used for any
other purpose.
o Always put lids on pots
 Do not install above a
cooker with a high level
grill.
o The manufacturer
 Never leave frying pans
and pans when cooking
on a gas cooker.
refuses to accept any
responsibility for
damages arising to the
hood or its catching on
fire from failure to
observe fire safety advice
in these instructions.
o Remember that when in
extraction mode, your
cooker hood is removing
air from your room.
Ensure that proper
ventilation measures are
being observed. Note
that it removes odours
from your room, not
steam.
o Warning - Always ensure
that the cooker hood has
been disconnected from
the power supply before
carrying out any work on
the hood, including
replacing light bulbs.
o If the supply cord is
damaged it must
replaced by the
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manufacturer or service
agent in order to avoid
hazard.
unattended during use as
overheated fats and oils
might catch fire.
 Do not leave naked
flames under the cooker
hood.
 Do not attempt to use
the cooker hood if it is
damaged in any way.
Never attempt to use it
without the grease filters
fitted or if the filters are
excessively greasy!
 Never flambé cook under
this cooker hood.
o The
lights
on
this
appliance should only be
used during operation of
the cooker hood. They
should not be left on
permanently and used as
a lighting source.
o regulations concerning the discharge of
air have to be fulfilled.
THE MANUFACTURER
DECLINES ALL
RESPONSIBILITY IN THE
EVENT OF FAILURE TO
Environmental Note
OBSERVE THE
INSTRUCTIONS GIVEN HERE,
FOR INSTALLATION,
MAINTENANCE AND
SUITABLE USE OF THE HOOD.
Note: Before discarding an old appliance, switch off and
disconnect it from the power supply. Cut off and render any plug
useless. Cut the cable off directly behind the appliance to prevent
misuse. This should be undertaken by a competent person.
CONFORMITY TO W.E.E.E. DIRECTIVE
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Using your Cooker Hood:
To use your cooker hood:
1)
Make sure it has been properly installed.
2)
Find the CONTROL PANEL. It is located at the front of the
canopy, to the right.
3)
The CONTROL PANEL contains buttons as shown in the Figure
below. These perform separate functions. You will need to
understand what these buttons do before you attempt to use your
cooker hood.
* Note: The hood should be switched on at least as soon as you start
cooking.
KEY
„V‟ „W‟ -
Motor Off button
Motor operation:
o = low speed, = = mid speed, = = high speed.
„U‟ – Light „on/off‟ button-This button controls the light
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To use your cooker hood (LCD ELECTRONIC CONTROL)
Before operating the hood, make sure that it has been installed by a
suitably qualified person, as per the information contained in
installation instructions.
1) Find the control panel, which is located in the front middle of the
canopy.
2) There are several buttons on the control panel, which perform
separate functions.
Setting the time of day
1) After the appliance is connected to your mains supply, press the
ON/OFF button to switch the hood on, the LED display backlight will
switch on. If no other button is pushed within 30 seconds, then the
backlight will go out.
2) Press and hold down the timer button for a few seconds, the hour
section of the LED display will flash.
3) Press the speed selection button to increase the number shown on
the LED display.
4) Press the light ON/OFF button to decrease the number shown on
the LED display.
5) The clock on the cooker hood is 24 hour, so the largest hour
number that can be set is 23.
6) Press the timer button again to confirm the hour time; the minute
section of the LED display will then flash.
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7) Use the same buttons as before to adjust the number shown on
the LED display.
8) Press the timer button for a third time and this will confirm the
time of day setting.
Setting the fan speed
1) Press the ON/OFF button to switch the hood on; the LED display
backlight will switch on. If no other button is pushed within 30
seconds, then the backlight will go out.
2) The motor has three speeds, low, medium and high.
3) Press the speed selection button once and the hood will run at low
speed.
4) Press the speed selection button again and the hood will run at
medium speed.
5) Press the speed selection button again and the hood will run at
high speed.
6) If you press the speed selection button whilst the hood is running
at high speed, then the hood will return to running at low speed.
7) To switch the fan off, press the ON/OFF button.
8) When you next switch on the cooker hood using the ON/OFF
button, it will remember the operating speed that it was last used at.
The cut off timer
1) Whilst the cooker hood is in use, if you press the timer button the
number “12:00” will appear on the LED display.
2) This indicates that the hood will run for a further 12 minutes at
the current fan speed.
3) Once the 12 minute period has elapsed, the cooker hood will
switch itself off.
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4) It is useful to use this feature when you have finished cooking.
You can press the timer button and the hood will run on to extract
any remaining odours and then switch itself off without you needing
to return to the kitchen.
To use your cooker hood (Electronic button)
o You should use a good quality stainless steel cleaner and polish on
ALL of the stainless steel areas of your cooker hood, before it is used
for the first time.
o This will help to leave a silicone water-resistant film to protect the
stainless steel surfaces.
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PLEASE NOTE THAT YOUR COOKER HOOD CAN BE USED EITHER
IN RECIRCULATION MODE OR IN EXTRACTION MODE. TO USE
THE HOOD IN RECIRCULATION MODE, YOU WILL NEED TO FIT
THE CARBON FILTERS (SEE PAGE 11)
Cleaning your Cooker Hood:
IMPORTANT!: Before cleaning, always ensure that you
have switched your cooker hood OFF at the omni-polar
switch, set at the wall from the cable:
Cleaning
 Clean the external parts with
mild liquid detergents on a
damp cloth.
 Never use abrasive powder,
corrosive solvents or brushes.
 Never insert pointed objects
into the motor‟s protective grid.
 Only clean the control panel
and filter grill with a damp
cloth and delicate detergents.
 Be sure to replace the
carbon filters at the
recommended intervals.
Build up could cause a
fire hazard.
 Never take out the
grease filters and
attempt to clean the
space above where they
are set.
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Anti-Grease Grille
 Your cooker hood includes an anti-grease grille
which helps absorb vapour-suspended grease
particles to protect your kitchen & furniture from
greasy residues.
 The metal grille may become inflammable if it
becomes saturated with greasy residue.
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 To prevent this fire hazard, the grille should be
cleaned regularly (depending on use) every 10-15
days and at least once a month in a dishwasher or in
hot water with normal washing-up detergent.
Maintenance - Cleaning the Anti-grease Filters
on: Please Read this before installing & using.
First remove the grille by pulling down on it. Undo the
side catches.
You can now clean the anti-grease filter grilles.
 Soak them for about one hour in hot water with a
grease-loosening detergent then rinse off thoroughly
with hot water.
 Repeat the process if needed. Refit the grease grille
once it has dried.
To clean the grease filter grilles in your dishwasher:
 Place the grease filter grilles in the dishwasher. Select the most
powerful washing programme and highest temperature.
 Repeat the process, if necessary.
 Refit the grease grilles when dry.
 PLEASE NOTE: DISCOLOURATION OF THE GREASE
FILTER CAN TAKE PLACE WHEN CLEANED IN A
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DISHWASHER, ETC. Do not worry about the slight
discolouration of the grille – its performance won‟t
be affected.
Let the filter grilles dry thoroughly before refitting
them.
Maintenance – Changing the Light Bulb and Carbon Filter
a)
Changing the light bulb
 Before changing the light bulb, ensure that the appliance is not live (i.e., ensure that you
have switched it off at the wall switch).
 Remove the metal anti-grease filters (see Figure 2 below) and find the old bulb located in
the light fixture up inside the exposed canopy. Change the halogen bulb using only oliveshaped spares with an G4 coupling, max. 20W.
* PLEASE NOTE - Defective bulbs should be replaced immediately.
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Replace the metal anti-grease filters.
Installing / Changing the Carbon Filter
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Installing / Changing the Carbon Filter.
Your Baumatic Cooker Hood uses a pair of CARBON
FILTERS to purify the air for the air recirculation function.
You will find that the filters will attach to both sides of the
fan motor (please see figures at bottom of page).
The active carbon filters must be replaced regularly, at least once
every three months, to allow normal operation.
Before starting to fit the carbon filter, turn the omni-polar switch
off at the wall.
Changing the Carbon Filters
1) Press the handle of the metal grease
filter towards the rear part of the unit
until it is released from the front
housing, and remove it by pressing
downwards (Fig. 2 - above).
2) Remove the old carbon filters by
twisting them anticlockwise until they
unlatch from the sides of the motor.
3) Place the new carbon filters (which
have two fixing tongues), turning
clockwise so that the tongues latch
onto the motor‟s sides. (Fig. 3 - left).
4) Reposition the anti-grease metallic filter grilles.
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INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
INSTRUCTIONS
– Electrical
- Electrical
Connection.
Before installation and usage, read all the instructions and make sure that the
voltage (V) and the frequency (Hz) indicated on the identification plate (found
inside your Cooker Hood) and all the data inside the appliance are exactly the
same as the voltage and frequency in your home.
NOTE: The manufacturer declines all responsibility in the event of failure to observe all the
accident-prevention regulations in force which are necessary for normal use and regular
operation of the electric system.
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ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
Your cooker hood is intended for fitted with power cord & pulg for
connection to 10A power outlet .
The power cable must be
connected to the terminals
marked L (live) and N (neutral)
in the hood and fixed with a
cable clamp.
o
o
The cooker hood‟s power cable
must be fitted upstream from the
electrical connection using an
omni-polar switch with a contact
distance of at least 3mm.
NOTE: (UK only) WARNING – THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED. It should only be
connected by a competent person using fixed wiring via a DOUBLE POLE SWITCHED FUSED
SPUR OUTLET.
We recommend that the appliance is connected by a qualified electrician who will comply
with all local regulations. The wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance with the
following U.K. code:
Blue= Neutral, Brown = Live, Green/Yellow = Ground
If you can only find two wires in the cable (blue and brown), neither must be
connected to the Earth terminal!

As the colours of the wires in the appliance‟s mains lead may not
correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in
your spur box, please proceed as follows:
1) The BLUE WIRE must be connected to the terminal marked “N” (Neutral), or coloured Black
2) The BROWN WIRE must be connected to the terminal marked “L” (LIVE), or coloured Red
3) The Green/Yellow wire must be connected to the terminal marked “E” or
(Earth)(Fig 7 – at left)
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(Wire diagram-at right)
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS – Installing your Cooker Hood
PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL HAVE
TO DECIDE BEFORE INSTALLING YOUR
COOKER HOOD THAT YOU CAN ADAPT
IT AS AN EXTRACTION FAN. PLEASE
SEE PAGE 18 NOW TO UNDERSTAND
CRUCIAL DIFFERENCES IN THESE.
 The cooker hood must not
be fitted above stoves with a
radiant top plate.
 We recommend that at least
two people install this hood.
NOTE: Your Cooker Hood should only be fitted on a wall. Do
NOT position it any less than 600 mm (60 cm) above the hob.
1) Remove the metal anti-grease filters
(See figure at right).
2) Position the hood against the wall and mark the position of the support
holes that are to be drilled as shown in the figure below. These support
holes can be found on Fig. 4 on next page marked as „D‟ with the anchoring
holes marked as „E‟ (Fig. 4 on next page). If you hood comes with an
attached jig, use that as a guide to make the marks for the screw holes.
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS – Attaching the Hood
Rear view of your
cooker hood.
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3) Using a drill bit with an 8 mm diameter, make holes in the wall where you have
marked these positions (see below).
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4) Insert the expansion fixings (rawlplugs) in the holes and then screw the
support screws halfway in (see below figure, at right).
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS – Attaching the Hood
5) Hook the hood onto the screws (see above figure) and fasten it onto the
wall, tightening the support and anchoring screws the rest of the way in (next
page, at top.)
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------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------6) (EXTRACTION FUNCTION ONLY) Connect the coupling to the top of the
cooker hood (see below). Then connect the discharge pipe to the coupling as
shown below. Remember that your ducting will have to match the
specifications shown in the notes on Extraction / Air Purifier (Recirculation)
Modes on p.18.
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS – Fitting the Chimney
FITTING THE PIPE – Once your Cooker Hood has
been installed, you can now fit the pipe.
1) Take the two casings „A‟ and „B‟:
2) Rest the bottom of the casing „A‟
on the top of the hood, taking
care to position the tabs of the
casing correctly on the back of
the hood as shown as part „X‟ in
Figure 4 at right.
3) Fix casing „A‟ onto the hood
using the two screws „K‟
supplied in the bag of
accessories (Figure 4 – at right).
4) Lift the mobile part „B‟ until it reaches the ceiling, checking
that it is perpendicular to the hood.
5) Mark the side measurement of the mobile casing „B‟ and then
lower it (see below).
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS – Fitting the Chimney
6) Take the fixing bracket „G‟ (Fig. 4 – previous page), centre it
with respect to the mark you previously made, keeping it in
contact with the ceiling, and then mark the anchoring holes
(„H‟).
7) Using a drill bit with an 8mm diameter, make two holes on the
fixing marks you previously made (see below).
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8) Insert the expansion fixings (rawlplugs) provided, put bracket „G‟
(see Fig. 4 on previous page) in position and secure it with the
screws provided.
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9) Lift casing „B‟ up to the ceiling and secure it to the bracket „G‟,
inserting the screws provided in the holes „M‟ (Fig. 4 – previous
page).
Extraction / Air Purifier Modes of Operation
EXTRACTION OPERATION – Installation Instructions
 Ensure that you have fitted the
union (‘N’) to the upper part of the
hood using the packaged two
screws supplied inside the packing
(Fig. 1 – on right). Using a 125 mm
diameter pipe, connect the union (N)
on the upper part of the hood (see
Fig. 1) to the discharge outlet for
cooking vapours with a crosssection of at least 150 cm².
 PLEASE NOTE: If there is no
discharge outlet and the hood is to
be fitted to an outside wall of the
building, make a hole in the wall
that is large enough to fit a wind
and rain-proof shutter with a cross
section of at least 150 cm²and
connect this to the outlet union of
the unit by means of a pipe.
Please note: For the extraction function, you
will need to connect a 125 mm diameter outlet
chimney to the spigot „N‟ in fig. 1 above. This
pipe is not provided with your cooker hood. See
figure on left.
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If your Cooker Hood comes with a Lower Bracket
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AIR PURIFIER (RECIRCULATION) OPERATION - Installation
Instructions
In this case, air is recycled through
The cooker hood can be
the vent „R‟ (Fig. 1 – above). When
converted to work as an air
using the unit as an air purifier, you
purifier in the event that there is
need to install two active carbon
no provision for an external air
filters to absorb cooking vapours
discharge duct.
(please see page 11).
* Note on what to do if your Cooker Hood is the version that
comes with a BRACKET.
Please note that your cooker hood may include a lower bracket. If
this is the case, you will need to have it installed as such.
This will mean a slight change in how the cooker hood is to be
installed from the process shown on page 13.
In Fig. 6, below, you will see an exploded view of your cooker hood
and (inset), the bracketed connecting area of the hood („N‟).
Hook or attach the hood to
the bracket using the screws
supplied and carefully check
that it has been done properly.
A few hoods may be supplied
with specific screws for
vertical
or horizontal adjustment.
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1) Position the hanging plate on the
ceiling and then mark the position of the
screw holes.
o The hanging plate should be
securely fixed to the ceiling, using the
12 x ST6 (40 mm) screws.
o Depending on the surface of the ceiling that you are fixing the
hanging plate to, you may need to use 8 x expansion bolts (for
concrete).
2) Fix the angle bars to the hanging plate,
using the 8 x M4 nuts and bolts with metal
washers.
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3) Extend the angle bars to the required height
and then fix them in position using the 16 x M4
nuts and bolts with metal washers.
o IMPORTANT: The angle bars must have
an overlap of AT LEAST 100 mm.
4) If your cooker hood is going to be used in
extraction mode, then you should connect the
ducting hose to the ceiling adaptor at this point.
o Fix the upper chimney section to the
hanging plate, using the 4 x self tapping screws.
o Slide the lower chimney section onto the
angle bars and raise it until it sits just below the
upper chimney section.
o Use the hanging hook to temporarily keep
the lower chimney section in this position, to make sure that it
does not drop down whilst fixing the main body of the hood to
the angle bars.
5) If you are going to be using the hood in
extraction mode, you should fit the spigot for
the duct hose onto the main body of the
cooker hood, using the 4 x M4 bolts,
6) If the glass canopy
assembled by the
should be fixed to the
has not been prefactory, then it
top of the main
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body of the cooker hood at this stage.
7) Lift the main body of the cooker hood onto
the angle bar and then fix it into position
using the 16 x M4 bolts.
o IMPORTANT: This stage of the
installation process MUST be completed
by two people.
o IMPORTANT: The 16 x M4 bolts
MUST be securely tightened.
8) If you are going to be using the hood in
extraction mode, you should fix the ducting
hose to the spigot.
o The electrical connection must
correspond to the electrical requirement
noted on the rating plate, which is placed
inside the cooker hood. The appliance should
now be connected to the electrical supply.
See page 15 for detailed information on the
electrical connection.
o Check that the appliance is operating
correctly by selecting each speed and switching the light bulbs
on and off.
o Remove the hanging hook and then slide the lower chimney
section downwards, until it rests against the main body of the
cooker hood.
o Use a stainless steel cleaner and polish on the stainless steel
sections of the appliance.
o If you are using the appliance in recirculation mode, then you
should now fit the carbon filter. See the “Fitting the carbon filter”
section on pages 13 - 14.
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Troubleshooting
If something has gone wrong with your Cooker Hood, checking
against this chart might keep you from having to call for service.
Symptom
The cooker hood will not start!
The cooker hood is not working
effectively!
The cooker hood has switched off
during operation!
Solution

Check that the hood is connected
to the electricity supply.

Check that the fan speed control is
set properly.

The fan speed is not set high enough.

The grease filter is dirty.

The kitchen is not ventilated well
enough.

If the hood is set for recirculation,
check that the carbon filters have not
expired.

If the hood is set for extraction, check
that the ducting and outlets are not
blocked.

The safety cut-out device has been
tripped.

Turn off the hob and then wait for the
device to reset.
Note that if you have installed your
cooker hood too low, this will happen.
If it happens frequently, it will be
damaged.
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My appliance isn’t working correctly
IMPORTANT: If your appliance appears not to be
operating correctly, then you should disconnect it
from your mains supply and then contact Think
Customer Care on telephone number 1 800 444
357
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO REPAIR THE APPLIANCE
YOURSELF.
Please note that if an engineer is asked to attend whilst the product is
under guarantee and finds that the problem is not the result of an
appliance fault, then you may be liable for the cost of the call out
charge.
The appliance must be accessible for the engineer to perform
any necessary repair. If your appliance is installed in such a
way that an engineer is concerned that damage will be caused
to the appliance or your kitchen, then he will not complete a
repair until you have arranged safe access to the appliance. As
inaccessibility is not an appliance defect, warranty does not
cover any costs incurred in arranging accessibility
This includes situations where ladder or roofspace is necessary,
appliances have been tiled in, sealed in with sealant, have
wooden obstructions placed in front of the appliance, like plinth
and any installation contrary to these instructions.
Please refer to the conditions of guarantee that appear on the
warranty card that you receive with the appliance.
This guarantee is in addition to and does not diminish your statutory
or legal rights.
If you have any further questions please contact Think Appliances
Pty Ltd:
SERVICE DEPARTMENT
Phone:1800 444 357
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Fax:1300 133 279
Email:service@thinkappliances.com
SALES DEPARTMENT
Phone:1300 132 824
Fax:1300 660 188
Web:www.thinkappliances.com
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