AW 200-790 AW 201-790
Operating and Assembly Instructions
AW 200-790
AW 201-790
Extractor Hood
AW 200-790
AW 201-790
Preface
Safety notes
1. Important notes
1.1 For your safety
1.2 Operating for the first time
1.3 About use
2. Features
3. Operation
4. Cleaning and care
5. Maintenance
6. Assembly instructions
6.1 Technical data
6.2 Installation
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Preface
With your new extractor hood, working in the
kitchen will be even more fun.
The appliance offers you a number of
advantages:
– a good extraction capacity with low noise
values,
– a large number of control functions,
– optimum illumination of the cooking surface by
a dimmable halogen light.
To ensure that you will be able to use this appliance in all its diversity, read through the operating
and assembly instructions conscientiously before
operating it for the first time. The instructions
contain important notes on use, installation and
maintenance of the appliance.
On the following page you will find important
notes on safety and operation. These will serve
to ensure your personal safety and the lasting
value of your appliance.
You will find notes on page 4 that you ought to
observe before operating the appliance for
the first time.
The chapters entitled “Structure and operating
principle” and “Operation” will tell you all the
things your extractor hood is capable of doing
and how the appliance is operated.
Tips and hints in the chapter entitled “Cleaning
and care” will make sure that your appliance will
stay operable and beautiful for a long time.
And now we wish you lots of fun with your
new extractor hood.
Fig. 1
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Safety notes
Read And Save These Instructions.
WARNING - TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE,
ELECTRIC SHOCK, OR INJURY TO PERSONS,
OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING:
a.) Use this unit only in the manner intended by the
manufacturer. If you have questions, contact
the manufacturer.
b.) Before servicing or cleaning unit, switch power
off at service panel and lock the 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.
WARNING - TO REDUCE THE RISK OF INJURY
TO PERSONS IN THE EVENT OF A RANGE
TOP GREASE FIRE, OBSERVE THE
FOLLOWING:
a.) 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.
b.) NEVER PICK UP A FLAMING PAN - You may be
burned.
c.) DO NOT USE WATER, including wet dishcloth or
towels - a violent steam explosion will result.
d.) Use an extinguisher ONLY if:
CAUTION:
FOR GENERAL VENTILATION USE ONLY. DO NOT
USE TO EXHAUST HAZARDOUS OR EXPLOSIVE
MATERIALS AND VAPORS.
1. You know you have Class ABC extinguisher,
and you already know how to operate it.
2. The fire is small and contained in the area
where it started.
3. The fire department is being called.
WARNING - TO REDUCE THE RISK OF A
RANGE TOP GREASE FIRE.
4. You can fight the fire with your back to an exit.
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 cooking flaming foods.
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.
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1. Important notes
1.1 For your safety
– Damaged appliances must not be operated.
– The appliance must only be connected by an
authorised specialist, paying attention to
the relevant regulations of the power supply
companies and the regional construction
regulations.
Also observe the assembly instructions!
– Connecting cables must not come into contact
with hot cooking surfaces.
– Do not operate the extractor hood without
inserted lamps.
– Never operate the appliance without a grease
filter.
– Hazardous or explosive substances and vapours
must not be extracted!
– The user is responsible for expert use and the
perfect condition of the appliance.
– Only ever operate the appliance under supervision.
– Caution! Over-greased filters are a fire risk!
Only ever deep-fry under the extractor under
constant supervision. Be sure to clean the
grease filter on a regular basis and change the
activated charcoal filter.
– Fire risk! Do not flambé meals under the
extractor hood!
– Operation of the extractor hood above a hearth
for solid fuels, which poses a fire risk (e.g. sparks)
is only permitted, if the hearth possesses a
closed and fixed lid. The current local
regulations must be obeyed. This does not apply
to gas hobs and gas cookers.
– Hobs may only be used under the extractor hood
when pots and pans are placed on them!
– When using more than 3 gas-operated rings at
the same time, please operate the extractor
hood at level 2 or higher. This prevents a buildup of heat in the appliance.
– For safety reasons, do not place any heavy
objects on the top of the appliance.
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– Do not clean the appliance with a steam
cleaning apparatus or with water pressure
because this poses a risk of short-circuits.
– Isolate the appliance from the mains during
every maintenance operation. To do this, remove
the mains plug or actuate the corresponding
fuse.
If the mains plug is not accessible, the appliance
must be switched off at fuse point.
– Repairs must be carried out by authorised
specialists, thus ensuring electrical safety.
– No warranty claims can be lodged in the event
of damage caused by failure to observe these
instructions.
– Adequate incoming air must be ensured if a
wood, coal, gas or oil heater or an open hearth is
operated in the same room as the one in which
the hood is installed.
– Safe operation is possible whenever the partial
vacuum in the place where the firing equipment
is installed does not exceed 4 Pa (0.04 mbar).
This can be achieved whenever the air needed
for combustion is able to enter through openings
that cannot be sealed, for example in doors,
windows, incoming/exhaust air wall boxes or
other technical means.
– If the appliance is to be operated only with the
window open (to ensure adequate incoming air),
you can use the window switch.
A switch (normally open) is fitted on the window.
On the appliance, this switch is connected to the
window switch terminal on the main electronics.
The appliance can now only be operated when
the window is open.
Important: the window switch must only be
connected by an authorised specialist.
Note: the light function works without restriction.
– After a power failure, the extactor will not go on
again automatically. You can recommence
operation by turning a knob or by pressing any
key.
Technical modifications reserved.
1.2 Operating for the first time
1.3 About use
Before operating the appliance for the first time,
please pay attention to the following notes:
– The appliance is intended solely for use in the
household and must not be put to any other uses.
– The appliance must be installed and connected
by a specialist before it is operated for the first
time.
– In the event of malfunctions, first of all check the
household fuses. If the problem has nothing to
do with the power supply, please contact your
specialist dealer or your local Gaggenau aftersales service.
– Conscientiously read through the operating and
assembly instructions before operating the
appliance for the first time.
– Remove the packaging from the appliance and
dispose of it properly! Pay attention to the fact
that there are accessories in the packaging!
Keep packaging elements out of the reach of
children!
– When children become old enough to operate
the appliance, it is the legal responsibility of the
parents or legal guardians to ensure that they
are instructed in safe practices by qualified
persons.
– Thoroughly clean the appliance before using it
for the first time (see chapter “Cleaning and
care”).
– Before operating the appliance for the first time,
check that the mains connection is in proper
working order.
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2. Features
1
2
3
4
Ventilation duct
Control panel
Grease filters
Lighting
1
2
3
4
Fig. 2
Installation accessories for exhaust air mode
Stainless steel-design ventilation duct:
LK 010-012 for ceiling heights of 7 ´ 4 ´ ´ - 8 ´ 6 ´ ´
LK 010-022 for ceiling heights of 8 ´ 6 ´ ´ - 9 ´ 9 ´ ´
Aluminium-design ventilation duct:
LK 011-012 for ceiling heights of 7 ´ 4 ´ ´ - 8 ´ 6 ´ ´
LK 011-022 for ceiling heights of 8 ´ 6 ´ ´ - 9 ´ 9 ´ ´
Grease filter
saturation display
Lighting
Delayed shut-off
Extraction level intensive
Extraction level 3
Extraction level 2
Extraction level 1
Motor off
Fig. 3
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Installation accessories for circulating air mode
Stainless steel-design ventilation duct:
LK 010-112 for ceiling heights of 7 ´ 7 ´ ´ - 8 ´ 6 ´ ´
LK 010-122 for ceiling heights of 8 ´ 6 ´ ´ - 9 ´ 9 ´ ´
Aluminium-design ventilation duct:
LK 011-112 for ceiling heights of 7 ´ 7 ´ ´ - 8 ´ 6 ´ ´
LK 011-122 for ceiling heights of 8 ´ 6 ´ ´ - 9 ´ 9 ´ ´
3. Operation
After they have been pressed, all functions
selection keys except 0 (“Motor off”) are backlit in
green.
Light
The lighting can be switched on or off, regardless
of whether the wall extractor is in operation, by
pressing the
key (see Fig. 4).
When you briefly press the
key, the lighting is
increased up to the maximum level.
You can dim the lighting to the required level by
keeping the
key pressed.
Fig. 4
Fan levels
Three fan speeds and one intensive speed are
available (see Fig. 5). You set the fan level required
for each respective cooking situation by pressing
the function selector keys 1, 2, 3 or Int.
or
or
or
Fig. 5
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The Int key for the intensive level should be
pressed when browning and frying in an open pan
(see Fig. 6).
If you have switched on the hood by selecting the
intensive level, it will be switched off again
automatically after 5 minutes.
Fig. 6
If you press the Int key while the hood is running at
fan level 1, 2 or 3, the electronic control will switch
back automatically to the previously selected fan
level after 5 minutes (see Fig. 7).
Fig. 7
If you would like to end the intensive level before
the five minutes have elapsed, press the 0 key
(“Motor off”) or select a different level (see Fig. 8).
It is possible to switch off the extraction function at
any time by pressing the 0 key (motor “off”).
Fig. 8
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Special functions:
or
Intensive time:
You can set the intensive level running time to 3, 5
or 10 minutes by simultaneously pressing the Int
key and the 1, 2 or 3 key and you can store this
setting (see Fig. 9). When delivered, the appliance
is set to five minutes, i.e. the combination of the Int
key and the key 2.
or
Fig. 9
Delayed shut-off:
Delayed shut-off is possible at any level. First press
the required key 1, 2, 3 or Int and then press the
key (see Fig. 10).
The delayed shut-off time for all levels is ten minutes. After these ten minutes, the ventilation switches
off, but the lighting stays on.
or
or
or
Fig. 10
Fig. 11
or
or
Interval ventilation:
Interval ventilation is a special feature of this
appliance which periodically activates the fan for
five minutes every hour. You can activate this
function by simultaneously pressing the 0 key and,
depending on the required extraction capacity, the
1, 2 or 3 key (see Fig. 11).
This mode of operation is indicated by alternating
illumination of the
key together with the
corresponding fan level indicator.
You can switch off interval ventilation by pressing
the 0 key (see Fig. 12).
Fig. 12
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4. Cleaning and care
Cleaning the grease filters
The grease filter saturation display F flashes after
an operating time of 30 hours to you indicate to you
that you should clean the grease filter (see Fig. 3).
The grease filters can of course be cleaned at any
time, even if the grease filter saturation display has
not started to flash.
The stainless steel grease filters can be removed
easily for cleaning (see Fig. 13):
Disconnect the power supply (switch off the fuse).
Grip the grease filter handle and push the slide
towards the rear. Then pull the grease filter
downwards out of the holder; repeat the operation
for the other grease filters.
You can clean the stainless steel grease filters in a
dishwasher at a maximum temperature of 130 °F /
55 °C, where it should be supported vertically to
allow food or rinsing residues to drain off.
Fig. 13
If possible, the inner parts of the housing should be
wiped out in hot rinsing water when replacing the
filters.
Caution:
when cleaning the inside of the housing, beware of
protruding parts.
After having cleaned them, re-insert the grease
filters in the wall extractor in reverse order.
Important:
the handles of both grease filters must be
visible after assembly.
Fig. 14
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Press the F key to set the elapsed hours counter to
zero. Flashing of the indicating lamp goes off.
Cleaning the extractor hood
Clean the exterior of your extractor hood with a soft
cloth and mild detergent solution.
Do not use any strong, caustic or abrasive cleaning
agents. Do not use any abrasive sponges or
brushes either.
Clean the stainless-steel extractor hood (AW 200)
with stainless steel cleaner.
Do not place any objects with sharp-edged or rough
bottoms (e.g. ceramic cups) on the hood.
Circulating air mode
The activated charcoal filter eliminates kitchen
smells in the circulating air mode. In normal use
(1 to 2 hours daily), the activated charcoal filter
must be replaced approximately once a year.
If no activated charcoal filter is installed, kitchen
smells will not be eliminated.
Replacing the activated charcoal filter:
remove the stainless steel grease filters. Push in the
clips on the side of the activated charcoal filter and
remove the activated charcoal filter downwardly.
Activated charcoal filters (KF 001-010) are available
through your specialist dealer. Only use original
filters.
Activated charcoal filters do not contain any
dangerous substances. They can be disposed of
through the household refuse collection.
Fig. 15
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5. Maintenance
The appliance must be disconnected from the
power supply during all repair work.
If the appliance does not function correctly, check
the fuses first.
If the power supply is functioning correctly, but your
appliance still does not work, please contact your
Gaggenau dealer who will provide you with the
address and telephone number of your nearest
manufacturer’s authorized service agent or contact
Gaggenau USA on (800) 828-9165. Specify the
appliance type (see rating plate).
Repairs may only be carried out by authorised
technicians, in order to guarantee the safety of the
appliance.
Unauthorised tampering with the appliance will
invalidate any warranty claims.
Only ever use original spare parts.
Lamp replacement
Caution: disconnect the power supply before
replacing lamps (switch off the fuse)!
Fig. 16
Caution: lamps may still be hot shortly after use!
Risk of burns.
– Detach the ring from the lamp cover. Note: make
sure that the glass will not fall out (Fig. 16).
– Pull out the lamp (Fig. 17).
Defective lamps must only be replaced by lamps of
the same type! (12 V/20 W/G4 lampholder)
Inserting the lamp
– Insert the lamp in the lampholder.
Note: do not touch the halogen lamps with your
hands. Use a cloth and touch the lamp only on its
edges.
– Engage the lamp cover.
– Connect the appliance to the mains again.
Fig. 17
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6. Assembly instructions
WARNING - TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE,
ELECTRIC SHOCK, OR INJURY TO PERSONS,
OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING:
a.) Installation work and electrical wiring must be
done by qualified person(s) in accordance with
all applicable codes and standards, including
fire-rated construction.
b.) Sufficient air is needed for proper combustion
end exhausting of gases through the flue
(chimney) of fuel burning equipment to prevent
back drafting. Follow the heating equipment
manufacturer’s guideline and safety standards
such as those published by the National Fire
Protection Association (NFPA), and the American
Society for Heating, Refrigeration and Air
Conditioning (ASHRAE), and the local code
authorities.
c.) When cutting or drilling into wall or ceiling, do
not damage electrical wiring and other hidden
utilities.
d.) Ducted fans must always be vented to the
outdoors.
e.) If this unit is to be installed over a tub or shower,
it must be marked as appropriate for the application and be connected to a GFCI (Ground
Fault Circuit Interrupter) - protected branch
circuit.
6.1 Technical data
Max. weight depending on version: 28.5 kg
Dimensions: 353/8 ´ ´ x 22 ´ ´
Electrical connection
Pay attention to the rating plate data.
The appliance must only be connected by an
authorised specialist. The specialist is responsible for perfect functioning of the appliance at its
installation location. He must explain the operating
principle of the appliance to the user with reference to the operating instructions. He must explain
to the user how the appliance can be isolated from
the mains whenever required.
Connection possibilities
The plug of the connecting cable is inserted into
the socket that is located behind the duct cover on
the wall. If this is not possible, the disconnection of
all the poles of the appliance from the mains must
be achieved by way of the domestic fuse, or by
using an accessible disconnecting device with a
contact gap of at least 3.0 mm.
f.) NEVER place a switch where it can be reached
from a tub or shower.
WARNING:
To reduce the risk of fire, use only metal ductwork.
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6.2 Installation
This hood has been approved for installations as
low as 30 ´ ´ and as high as 36 ´ ´ above the cooktop.
101/4”
The hood can be used in the exhaust or circulating
air mode . The exhaust air can be routed into a
separate exhaust air shaft or directly into the open
through the outside wall.
7’4” - 9’9” ceiling height
22”
min. 30”
5’3”
During the course of planning, a chimney sweep
must be consulted if a room air-dependent hearth
is operated in the same room as the one in which a
hood is operated in the exhaust air mode. Adequate
incoming air must be ensured. The applicable
construction and safety regulations must be
observed.
Adequate incoming air must be ensured if a wood,
coal, gas or oil heater or an open hearth is operated
in the same room as the one in which the hood is
installed.
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167/8”
315/16”
It is not allowed to pass the exhaust air into a flue
or exhaust air chimney that is in operation or into a
shaft that is linked to the heating basement. Consult
the chimney sweep responsible for your district
whenever you wish to pass the exhaust air into a
chimney that is not in operation.
Safe operation is possible whenever the partial
vacuum in the place where the firing equipment
is installed does not exceed 4 Pa (0.04 mbar).
This can be achieved whenever the air needed for
combustion is able to enter through openings that
cannot be sealed, for example in doors, windows,
incoming/exhaust air wall boxes or other technical
means.
251/2” - 5’1” hood height
The applicable regulations of the energy supply
companies and the regional construction
regulations must be observed when installing
the hood.
Fig. 18
Flexible aluminium pipes, corrosion-protected
sheet metal pipes and exhaust air pipes whose
material conforms to fire B1 in accordance with
DIN 4102 can be used. Exhaust air pipes should
have a nominal diameter of 6 ´ ´ / 150 mm.
The duct units listed below are available
depending on the height of the ceiling:
Pay particular attention to ensuring that
– the exhaust air ducts and pipes are kept as short
as possible
Stainless steel-design ventilation duct:
LK 010-012 for ceiling heights of 7 ´ 4 ´ ´ - 8 ´ 6 ´ ´
LK 010-022 for ceiling heights of 8 ´ 6 ´ ´ - 9 ´ 9 ´ ´
– the pipes are not laid at an acute angle, but as
bends and that they are inserted into the shaft at
an inclined upward angle and
Aluminium-design ventilation duct:
LK 011-012 for ceiling heights of 7 ´ 4 ´ ´ - 8 ´ 6 ´ ´
LK 011-022 for ceiling heights of 8 ´ 6 ´ ´ - 9 ´ 9 ´ ´
– there are no cross-sectional constrictions in the
upward direction (this reduces the volume flow).
Installation accessories for circulating air mode
If long, rough exhaust-air pipes, many pipe
bends or smaller pipe diameters are used, the
air extraction rate will no longer be at an
optimum level and there will be an increase in
noise.
The manufacturer of the extractor hood
accepts no liability for complaints which can
be attributed to the design and layout of the
pipework.
As standard, the blow-out opening of the extractor
hood is in the upward direction.
To pass exhaust air through the outer wall, we
recommend the use of our telescopic wall box
TM 150-045 (Ø 6 ´ ´ / 150 mm).
Note:
To prevent the ingress of water, e.g. condensate or
rain water from an uncovered exhaust air shaft, our
condensate separator RV 060-150 must be installed
in the exhaust air line. The condensate separator
must still be accessible after installation.
Installation accessories for exhaust air mode
Stainless steel-design ventilation duct:
LK 010-112 for ceiling heights of 7 ´ 7 ´ ´ - 8 ´ 6 ´ ´
LK 010-122 for ceiling heights of 8 ´ 6 ´ ´ - 9 ´ 9 ´ ´
Aluminium-design ventilation duct:
LK 011-112 for ceiling heights of 7 ´ 7 ´ ´ - 8 ´ 6 ´ ´
LK 011-122 for ceiling heights of 8 ´ 6 ´ ´ - 9 ´ 9 ´ ´
The dimensions above refer to a distance of 5 ´ 3 ´ ´
from the floor to the bottom edge of the hood.
If required, custom made duct units are available at
an extra charge.
The socket must be placed behind the duct cover
on the wall.
To use above gas cooker / gas hob
Important: do not use all burners on the highest
setting simultaneously over a longer period of time
(max. 15 minutes). This will pose a risk of burns
when touching the hot appliance exterior or parts of
the extractor hood may become damaged.
Switch the extractor hood to the highest setting
when three or more burners of a gas cooker are
used simultaneously.
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Important: before marking the securing holes,
make sure that no electricity or water lines or
other lines are laid at the drilling points in the wall.
19/32"
11 13/16"
12 3/16"
9 1/16"
10 5/8"
16"
4"
6 1/4"
Fig. 19
– From the bottom edge of the hood, mark a center
line on the wall.
– With the aid of the drilling template, mark the
positions of the screws on the wall (Fig. 19).
3"
min. 30”
Proceed as follows:
Note: this hood has been approved for installations
as low as 30 ´ ´ and as high as 36 ´ ´ above the cooktop.
– Using the drilling template, drill the 6 holes for
the hood (area I of the drilling template) and the
two holes for suspending the chimney (area II of
the drilling template). In the top two securing
holes for the hood, fix the two hooks d with the
countersunk screws c. Make sure that the hooks
lie flatly on the wall. In certain circumstances you
may have to countersink the drill holes. Fit the
included dowels a in the other drill holes.
Note: at least one screw must be installed
through a stud.
Note: pay attention to any special accessories that
you may have to fit.
– Screw on the retaining bracket for the chimney
paneling.
– Detach the grease filters.
– Hang the hood on the two hooks. Adjust the
suspended element with the recessed head
screw and align the hood using a spirit level
(Fig. 20).
Fig. 20
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– Secure the hood on the wall with the four screws b
(Fig. 21 and 22).
For exhaust air mode proceed as follows:
– Establish the pipe connection.
– Establish the electrical connection.
– Stainless steel chimney only (LK 010-012/022):
pull the protective film off the chimney’s trims.
Note: avoid damaging the sensitive metal surfaces.
Fig. 21
– Fit the top chimney duct unit into the base. Make
sure that the fastening holes on the side are at the
top.
– Put both chimney duct units onto the hood.
– Pull the top chimney duct unit up into its final
position and secure it with 2 screws on the ceiling
holder (Fig. 23).
Note: avoid scratches when pulling the elements
apart by placing the assembly template, for
example, over the edge of the bottom chimney
paneling to protect it.
Fig. 22
– Insert the grease filters.
Fig. 23
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For circulating air mode use the installation set
included with the ventilation ducts LK 010-112/122
und LK 011-112/122. You also need an activated
charcoal filter (KF 001-010).
Proceed as follows:
– Slightly loosen the screws of the retaining bracket
for the chimney paneling. Hang the angle pieces
onto the screws and tighten the screws.
– Screw the circulating air switch module to the
angle pieces (4 screws).
– Shorten the flexible air pipe accordingly. Fix the
flexible air pipe with hose clamps (Fig. 24).
– Establish the electrical connection.
– Stainless steel chimney only (LK 010-112/122):
pull the protective film off the chimney’s trims.
Note: avoid damaging the sensitive metal surfaces.
– Fit the top chimney duct unit into the base. Make
sure that the fastening holes on the side are at the
top.
– Put both chimney duct units onto the hood.
Fig. 24
– Pull the top chimney duct unit up into its final
position and secure it with 2 screws on the ceiling
holder (Fig. 25).
Note: avoid scratches when pulling the elements
apart by placing the assembly template, for
example, over the edge of the bottom chimney
paneling to protect it.
– Insert the activated charcoal filters.
– Insert the grease filters.
Fig. 25
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