Instruction manual | Franke Consumer Products FDB 9078 SIL

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Instructions for use and installation
IT
Istruzioni per l’uso e l’installazione
FR
Mode d’emploi et installation
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Bedienungsanleitung und Einrichtung
TR
Kullanım ve montaj talimatları
CZ
Cooker Hood
Cappa
Hotte de Cuisine
Dunstabzugshaube
Davlumbaz
Uživatelská Pøíruèka
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FDB 9078 SIL-K
INDEX
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RECOMMENDATIONS AND SUGGESTIONS ..................................................................................................................... 3
CHARACTERISTICS ............................................................................................................................................................. 4
INSTALLATION...................................................................................................................................................................... 6
USE ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 9
MAINTENANCE ................................................................................................................................................................... 10
INDICE
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CONSIGLI E SUGGERIMENTI............................................................................................................................................ 14
CARATTERISTICHE............................................................................................................................................................ 15
INSTALLAZIONE ................................................................................................................................................................. 17
USO...................................................................................................................................................................................... 20
MANUTENZIONE ................................................................................................................................................................ 21
SOMMAIRE
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CONSEILS ET SUGGESTIONS.......................................................................................................................................... 25
CARACTERISTIQUES......................................................................................................................................................... 26
INSTALLATION.................................................................................................................................................................... 28
UTILISATION ....................................................................................................................................................................... 31
ENTRETIEN......................................................................................................................................................................... 32
INHALTSVERZEICHNIS
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EMPFEHLUNGEN UND HINWEISE ................................................................................................................................... 36
CHARAKTERISTIKEN ......................................................................................................................................................... 37
MONTAGE ........................................................................................................................................................................... 39
BEDIENUNG........................................................................................................................................................................ 42
WARTUNG........................................................................................................................................................................... 43
IÇERIKLER
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TAVSIYELER VE ÖNERILER.............................................................................................................................................. 47
ÖZELLIKLER........................................................................................................................................................................ 48
MONTAJ............................................................................................................................................................................... 50
KULLANIM ........................................................................................................................................................................... 53
BAKIM .................................................................................................................................................................................. 54
OBSAH
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RADY A DOPORUČENÍ ...................................................................................................................................................... 58
HLAVNÍ PARAMETRY......................................................................................................................................................... 59
INSTALACE ......................................................................................................................................................................... 61
POUŽITÍ ............................................................................................................................................................................... 64
ÚDRŽBA............................................................................................................................................................................... 65
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RECOMMENDATIONS AND SUGGESTIONS
The Instructions for Use apply to several versions of this appliance. Accordingly, you may find descriptions of individual features that do not apply to
your specific appliance.
INSTALLATION
• The manufacturer will not be held liable for any damages resulting from incorrect or improper installation.
• The minimum safety distance between the cooker top and the extractor
hood is 650 mm (some models can be installed at a lower height, please refer to the paragraphs on working dimensions and installation).
• Check that the mains voltage corresponds to that indicated on the rating
plate fixed to the inside of the hood.
• For Class I appliances, check that the domestic power supply guarantees
adequate earthing.
Connect the extractor to the exhaust flue through a pipe of minimum diameter 120 mm. The route of the flue must be as short as possible.
• Do not connect the extractor hood to exhaust ducts carrying combustion
fumes (boilers, fireplaces, etc.).
• If the extractor is used in conjunction with non-electrical appliances (e.g. gas
burning appliances), a sufficient degree of aeration must be guaranteed in
the room in order to prevent the backflow of exhaust gas. The kitchen must
have an opening communicating directly with the open air in order to
guarantee the entry of clean air.
USE
• The extractor hood has been designed exclusively for domestic use to eliminate kitchen smells.
• Never use the hood for purposes other than for which it has been designed.
• Never leave high naked flames under the hood when it is in operation.
• Adjust the flame intensity to direct it onto the bottom of the pan only, making
sure that it does not engulf the sides.
• Deep fat fryers must be continuously monitored during use: overheated oil
can burst into flames.
• Do not flambè under the range hood; risk of fire
• This 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 supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
• Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
650 mm min.
MAINTENANCE
• Switch off or unplug the appliance from the mains supply before carrying out
any maintenance work.
• Clean and/or replace the Filters after the specified time period (Fire hazard).
• Clean the hood using a damp cloth and a neutral liquid detergent.
The symbol
on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product may not be treated
as household waste. Instead it shall be handed over to the applicable collection point for the
recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly,
you will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health,
which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of this product. For more
detailed information about recycling of this product, please contact your local city office, your
household waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product.
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CHARACTERISTICS
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Dimensions
* Dimensions of the hood in ducting version.
** Dimensions of the hood in recycling version.
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Components
Ref.
1
2
2.1
2.2
9
10
15
30
Q.ty
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1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Ref. Q.ty Installation Components
7.2.1
2 Upper Chimney Section Fixing Brackets
11
8 Wall Plugs
12a
8 Screws 4,2 x 44,4
12c
6 Screws 2,9 x 9,5
Q.ty Documentation
1 Instruction Manual
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Product Components
Hood Body, complete with: Controls, Light, Blower, Filters
Telescopic Chimney comprising:
Upper Section
Lower Section
Reducer Flange ø 150-120 mm
Flange ø 150 mm
Air Outlet Connection
Comfort Panels
12a 7.2.1
11
10
2.1
12c
2
2.2
9
11
12a
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INSTALLATION
1÷2
Drilling the Wall and Fixing the Brackets
X
7.2.1
15
116
116
565
11
67
12a
280
650 mm min
280
Draw the following on the Wall:
• a Vertical line up to the ceiling or top surface, at the centre of the area in which the Hood is to be fitted;
• a Horizontal line: 650 mm min. above the Cooker Top.
• Rest the Bracket 7.2.1 as indicated, 1-2 mm from the ceiling or surface above the hood, aligning its centre (grooves) with the vertical reference line.
• Mark the centres of the holes in the bracket.
• Rest the Bracket 7.2.1 as indicated, X mm under the first bracket (X = height of the Upper chimney
provided), aligning its centre (grooves) with the vertical reference line.
• Mark the centres of the holes in the bracket.
• As shown in the drawing, mark a reference point 116 mm from the vertical reference line, and 565 mm
above the horizontal reference line.
• As shown in the drawing, mark a reference point 280 mm from the vertical reference line, and 67 mm
above the horizontal reference line.
• Repeat this operation on the other side.
N.B. Should installation of the lower bracket 7.2.1 interfere in any way with that of the hood canopy,
the lower bracket 7.2.1 may be omitted.
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•
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Drill the points marked using a ø 8 mm drill bit.
Insert the plugs 11 into the holes.
Fix the lower bracket 7.2.1, if it is to be fitted, using the screws 12a (4.2 x 44.4 ) provided.
Fix the upper bracket 7.2.1 and the bracket supporting connection 15 together, using the 2 screws 12a
(4.2 x 44.4 ) provided.
• Tighten the 2 screws 12a (4.2 x 44.4) provided in the hood canopy fixing bores, leaving a gap of 5-6
mm between the wall and the heads of the screws.
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Hood body installation
• Before hooking the hood body it is necessary to tighten 2 Vr screws
placed in the fixing points of the body.
• Hook the hood body on the 12a screws.
• Tighten completely 12a support screws.
• The correct hood body position can be levelled with Vr screws.
• Fix the hood definitively by tightening the 12a security screws.
Vr
12a
Connections
DUCTED VERSION AIR EXHAUST SYSTEM
When installing the ducted version, connect the hood to the
chimney using either a flexible or rigid pipe ø 150 or 120 mm,
the choice of which is left to the installer.
• To install a ø 120 mm air exhaust connection, insert the reducer flange 9 on the hood body outlet.
• Fix the pipe in position using sufficient pipe clamps (not supplied).
• Remove any activated charcoal filters.
AIR OUTLET - RECIRCULATION VERSION
• Connect the Flange ø150 10 to the bottom end of the Connector 15
• Join the Hood canopy outlet to the Flange on the bottom part of
the Connector, using a rigid or flexible pipe ø150 mm, selection of which is at the discretion of the installation technician.
• Make sure that the Activated charcoal odour filter has been
fitted.
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ø 150
ø 120
9
15
10
ø 150
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ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
• Connect the hood to the mains through a two-pole switch having a contact gap of at least 3 mm.
• Remove the grease filters (see paragraph Maintenance) being
sure that the connector of the feeding cable is correctly inserted
in the socket placed on the side of the fan.
Fitting the Chimney
15
Upper chimney
• Open the two side pieces out slightly, hook them up behind the
brackets 7.2.1 and bring them back together again until they
are in contact.
N.B. The bottom bracket may be omitted.
• Fix the sides of the Brackets using 4 Screws 12c (2.9 x 9.5),
provided.
• Make sure that the Connector outlet is in correspondence with
the Chimney openings.
Lower chimney
• Open out the two Chimney side flaps, hook them up between
the upper chimney and the wall and then close them up again
until they touch.
• Fix the lower part to the Hood canopy at the sides, using 2
screws 12c (2.9 x 9.5) provided.
7.2.1
12c
2
2.1
12c
2.2
12c
1
30
1 2
• Fit the Comfort Panel on the body using the fixing pins
provided, and hook up the safety catch.
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USE
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
Control board
Key
B
Function
Display
Switches the extractor motor on and off at the Indicates the selected speed.
latest selected speed
Decreases the suction speed.
C
Increases the suction speed.
D
By pressing this key it is possible to activate HI appears. The spot down on the right side
the intensive speed from any previously se- flashes once a second.
lected speed. The intensive speed can be activated even when the motor is OFF. This speed
has been timed at 10 minutes. After that time
the system activates automatically the latest
selected speed. This function is suitable for
cooking conditions when vapours and smells
are of the utmost emission.
E
By pressing this key it is possible to set up the
motor to a suction speed at 100 m3/h lasting 10
minutes every hour. After this the motor
switches off automatically.
When the filter saturation is going on it is possible to reset the alarm by pressing this key for
about 3 seconds. The indication is visible only
when the motor is off.
A
Indicates the 24-function. The spot down on
the right side flashes and the motor is on.
G
Once the process is finished the previous indication disappears:
FF Indicates that the metal grease filters
saturation alarm has been triggered, and
the filters need to be washed. The alarm
is triggered after 100 working hours.
EF Indicates that the charcoal filter saturation alarm has been triggered, and the filter has to be replaced; the metal grease
filters must also be washed. The charcoal
filter is triggered after 200 working hours.
By pressing this key it is possible to set the Indicates alternately the selected speed of the
delayed shutdown of the appliance to 30 min- hood and the time left before the hood shututes. This function is suitable for a complete down. The spot down on the right side flashes.
elimination of the residual smells. It can be
activated at any position, and it is deactivated
by pressing the key again or by switching off
the motor.
Turns the light on and off .
H
Turns the light on and off at reduced intensity.
F
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MAINTENANCE
REMOTE CONTROL (OPTIONAL)
The appliance can be controlled using a remote control powered
by a 1.5 V carbon-zinc alkaline batteries of the standard LR03AAA type (not included).
• Do not place the remote control near to heat sources.
• Used batteries must be disposed of in the proper manner.
Cleaning the Comfort Panels
• Pull the Comfort Panel to open it.
• Unhook the security chain by opening the spring catch.
• Disconnect the panel from the hood canopy by sliding the fixing pin lever.
• The comfort panel must never be washed in a dishwasher.
• Clean the outside by using a damp cloth and neutral liquid detergent.
• Clean the inside as well by using a damp cloth and neutral detergent; do not use wet cloths or sponges, or jets of water; do
not use abrasive substances.
• When the above operation has been completed, hook the panel
back and the spring catch to the hood canopy and close it by
turning the knob in the opposite direction.
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Metal grease filters
The Filters can be washed in the dishwashing. They need to be
washed when FF-sign appears on the display or in any case every
2 months, or even more frequently in case of particularly intensive use of the hood.
Alarm reset
• Switch off the hood and the lights. If the 24h-function has been
activated this has to be deactivated.
• Press the E-key till the display is unlit.
Cleaning the filters
• Pull the comfort panels to open them.
• Remove the filters one by one pushing them towards the back
side of the hood unit and simultaneously pulling downwards.
• Any kind of bending of the filters has to be avoided when
washing them. Before fitting them again into the hood make
sure that they are completely dry. (The colour of the filter surface may change throughout the time but this has no influence
to the filter efficiency).
• When fitting the filters into the hood pay attention that they are
mounted in correct position the handle facing outwards.
• Close the comfort panel.
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Charcoal filter (recycling version)
• This filter cannot be washed or regenerated. It must be replaced when the EF appears on the
display or at least once every 4 months.
Activation of the alarm signal
• In the recycling version hoods the filter saturation alarm must be activated during the installation or later.
• Switch off the hood and the lights.
• Disconnect the hood from the mains supply.
• When restoring the connection press and hold B-key.
• When releasing the key two rotating rectangles appear on the display.
• Within 3 seconds press the B-key until a flashing confirmation appears on the dispaly:
• 2 flashes with EF - charcoal filter saturation alarm ACTIVATED
• 1 flash with EF - charcoal filter saturation alarm DEACTIVATED.
REPLACING THE CHARCOAL FILTER
Reset of the alarm signal
• Switch off the hood and the lighting. If the 24h-function has
been activated this has to be deactivated.
• Press the E-key until the display is unlit.
Replacing of the filter
• Open the comfort panels by pulling them downwards.
• Remove the metal grease filters.
• Remove the saturated charcoal filter by releasing the fixing
hooks.
• Fit the new filter and fasten it in its correct position.
• Put the metal grease filters in their seats.
• Close the comfort panels.
CHANGING THE SOUNDPROOFING ELEMENT
• Open the Comfort panels by pulling them.
• Remove the Metal grease filters.
• Remove the Activated charcoal filter, using the hooks provided.
• Pull out the Soundproofing Element from below, pressing the
side fins to disconnect it from the slot in the Hood Canopy.
• Clean it with a damp cloth and replace it, first making sure that
it is completely dry.
• Replace the Activated charcoal filters.
• Replace the Metal grease filters.
• Close the Comfort panels.
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Lighting unit
REPLACING OF THE LED UNIT
LED
• To remove the lighting unit a screwdriver can be used in order to
slightly press the side part of the unit.
• Remove the unit, remove the electrical connector and replace the unit
with a new one. ("To purchase contact technical support")
Warning: This appliance is fitted with a white LED lamp classed as 1M
according to EN 60825-1: 1994 + A1:2002 + A2:2001 standards; maximum optical power emitted @439nm: 7µW. Do not look directly at the
light through optical devices (binoculars, magnifying glasses…).
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Via Pignolini,2
37019 Peschiera del Garda (VR)
www.franke.it
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