Instruction on mounting and use
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Consult the designs in the front pages referenced in the text
by alphabet letters.
Closely follow the instructions set out in this manual. All
responsibility, for any eventual inconveniences, damages or
fires caused by not complying with the instructions in this
manual, is declined.
AN Caution
WARNING! Do not connect the appliance to the mains until
the installation is fully complete.
Before any cleaning or maintenance operation, disconnect the
hood from the mains by removing the plug or disconnecting
the home mains switch.
Always wear work gloves for all installation and maintenance
The appliance is not intended for use by children or persons
with impaired physical, sensorial or mental faculties, or if
lacking in experience or know-how, unless they are under
supervision or have been trained in the use of the appliance
by a person responsible for their safety.
Children should be monitored to ensure that they do not play
with the appliance.
Never use the hood without effectively mounted grating.!
The hood must NEVER be used as a support surface unless
specifically indicated.
The premises must be sufficiently ventilated, when the kitchen
hood is used together with other gas combustion devices or
other fuels.
The suctioned air must not be conveyed into a conduit used
for the disposal of the fumes generated by appliances that
combust gases or other fuels.
The flaming of foods beneath the hood itself is severely
The use of exposed flames is detrimental to the filters and
may cause a fire risk, and must therefore be avoided in all
Any frying must be done with care in order to make sure that
the oil does not overheat and burst into flames.
As regards the technical and safety measures to be adopted
for fume discharging it is important to closely follow the
relations provided by the competent authorities.
The hood must be regularly cleaned on both the inside and
outside (AT LEAST ONCE A MONTH, it 1s in any event
necessary to proceed in accordance with the maintenance
instructions provided in this manual).
Failure to follow the instructions as concerns hood and filter
cleaning will lead to the risk of fires.
Do not use or leave the hood without the lamp correctly
mounted because of the possible risk of electric shocks.
We decline any responsibility for any problems, damage or
fires caused to the appliance as the result of the non-
observance of the instructions included in this manual.
This appliance is marked according to the European directive
2002/96/EC on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment
(WEEE). 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.
The symbol mm on the product, or on the documents
accompanying the product, indicates that this appliance may
not be treated as household waste. Instead it should be taken
to the appropriate collection point for the recycling of electrical
and electronic equipment. Disposal must be carried out in
accordance with local environmental regulations for waste
For more detailed information about treatment, recovery and
recycling of this product, please contact your local council,
your household waste disposal service or the shop where you
purchased the product.
The hood is designed to be used either for exhausting or filter
Ducting version
The hood is equipped with a top air outlet for discharge of
fumes to the outside (exhaust pipe and pipe fixing clamps not
provided). Filtering version
In the case where It is not possible to discharge the cooking
fumes and steam outside, the hood can be used in the
filtering version, mounting 1 or 2 active carbon filters (*).
The fumes and steam are recycled into the kitchen.
The models with no suction motor only operate in ducting
mode, and must be connected to an external suction device
(not supplied).
The connecting instructions are supplied with the peripheral
suction unit.
The minimum distance between the supporting surface for the
cooking vessels on the hob and the lowest part of the range
hood must be not less than 53cm from electric cookers and
09cm from gas or mixed cookers.
If the Instructions for installation for the gas hob specify a
greater distance, this must be adhered to.
A Electrical connection
The mains power supply must correspond to the rating
Indicated on the plate situated inside the hood. If provided with
a plug connect the hood to a socket in compliance with current
regulations and positioned in an accessible area. If it not fitted
with a plug (direct mains connection) or if the plug is not
located in an accessible area apply a bi-polar switch in
accordance with standards which assures the complete
disconnection of the mains under conditions relating to over-
current category lll, in accordance with installation
Warning! Before re-connecting the hood circuit to the mains
supply and checking the efficient function, always check that
the mains cable is correctly assembled.
Expansion wall plugs are provided to secure the hood to most
types of walls/ceilings. However, a qualified technician must
verify suitability of the materials in accordance with the type of
wall/ceiling. The wall/ceiling must be strong enough to take
the weight of the hood. Do not tile, grout or silicone this
appliance to the wall. Surface mounting only.
Fig. 8
1) Set the distance between the cooker hob and the hood
(Fig.7) and mark the holes for the mounting according to
the sketch attached.
2) To facilitate mounting, take off the edge extraction panels
and the grease filters (Fig. 9C/1). For some models it is
necessary to first take off the glass front covers (fixed
with 4 metric screws) and then the support frame in iron
to be able to access the inside of the hood (Fig. 5A/1),
for other models it is necessary to take off all of the duct
cover unsrewing the mounting screws (Fig. 5B/1).
3) Drill the holes into the wall at the right distances shown
here after, and fix the cookerhood (Fig. 8/N).
4) For a correct installation the hood is provided (in the rear
side of its body) with one or two holes 8 mm diam. into
which one or two wall fixing screws must be inserted (Fig.
5) For the exhaust version, please connect the flange to an
outlet ducting (not supplied) according to the cross
section of the flange (Fig. 8/F). If the hood is in
recirculating version, for the models as in Figure 4/C the
flange must be fixed to the connection piece, which is
provided (Fig. 8/G). For some models a plaque or a
metal cover is to be used (Fig. 4) that is to be fixed with 4
screws (Fig. 4/B) from the inside.
6) Install again all the parts that were taken off at point 2
and for the model Fig. 5A install the glass cover panel
with the 4 screws provided (Fig. 5A/2).
Insure that all parts are properly fixed and that it is
impossible to touch moving parts.
Installation of the duct cover (valid for exhaust or filter
1) Fix the bracket (Fig. 8/C) with 2 plugs and screws in the
required height for the duct cover. (Fig. 8/A)
2) Screw the short duct cover (Fig. 8/D) with 2 screws on
the bracket (Fig. 8/B).
3) Putthe long duct cover over the short one (Fig. 8/E) by
pulling a apart the laterals of theduct cover.
4) Fix from the inside the long duct cover with the 2 screws
on the hood (Fig. 8/Q), after having inserted the bolts in
the tube.
Description of the hood
Use the high suction speed in cases of concentrated kitchen
vapours. It is recommended that the cooker hood suction Is
switched on for 5 minutes prior to cooking and to leave in
operation during cooking and for another 15 minutes
approximately after terminating cooking.
The cooker hood is supplied with different controls (Fig. 3A-B-
C-D-E) according to the model:
1-Speed indicator 2-Light Switch
The models with the controls Fig. 3 A-B-C-D-E are equiped
with a Timer that automatically turns off the hood and displays
the state of the filters.
The hood is equipped with touch-screen controls
1 — Display
2 - ON-OFF/Speed Switches
3- Timer
4 - Filters Saturation
5 - Light Switch
6 - Remote Control Sensor
When the hood is first switched on it runs through a phase of
reset and self-cheking: the display indicates (Fig. 3A/1) 00.00
for the current time, motor and lamps will be switched off.
Each variation of the values or pressing of any sensor will be
confirmed by an acustic pip.
Setting the Clock: with the motor in OFF by pushing the
sensor 3 for more than 2 seconds the first 2 digit's - current
hours - in the display starts flashing; change the values with
the speed switches (Fig.3A/2). Pushing again the sensor 3 it
confirme the setting. Repeat the same procedure for setting
the minutes. If the sensores 3 are pushed for more than 3
seconds any values will change faster.
Light: by pressing the sensor 5 the light turns on by a soft
start, pressing again it will turn off.
Speed Control: the cooker hood have four speed settings;
pushing the sensor (Fig.3A/2) the motor will run in speed 1,
pressing again it set to speed 2. With the sensor (Fig.3A/2)
the motor will slow down and at least it will stop. By pressing
the sensor for more as 1 seconds the motor set direct in
speed 4; by pressing the sensor for more as 1seconds the
motor set will stop.
Timer: by pressing the sensor 3 in any speed level the Timer
will be activeted for 5 minutes and after this time the motor
and light will turn off. The Display starts flashing the letter T'
and the minutes of remaining time. The duration can be
changed by pressing the speed switches (Fig.3A/2) from 99
minutes til 1 minute. To stop the timer function it need to press
the sensor 3 again.
Exhaust or Filtering Mode: with the motor OFF and pressing
the sensor 5 for more than 2 seconds the Display lights for 3
seconds ‘ALU’ that means the unit is setted in exhaust mode.
Pressing again the sensor $ for more than 5 seconds the
Display lights ‘CAR’ that means the unit is setted in filtering
Filter Control (fig.3/4): with the unit setted in exhaust or
filtering mode after 20 working hours the Display indicate the
letter ‘A’ and the aluminium filter should be cleaned. If the unit
is setted in filtering mode after 120 working hours the Display
indicate the letter C’ and the charcoal filter should be
The saturation of the filters can be checked by pressing the
sensor 4, the Display indicate the letter A and a number
according the saturation status of the filters (where 10 is the
highest value of cleaning and 1 the lowest). Pressing again
the sensor it indicate the letter C and a number according the
saturation status of the filters (where 10 is the highest value of
cleaning and 1 the lowest). To reset the saturation status of
the press the sensor for 2 seconds during the saturation
check. If the saturation status, after reaching the setted
working hours, will not manually resetted the unit reset
automatically after 50 minutes.
Remote Control: If the cooker hood is supplied with the
remote control please read the enclosed instructions.
For hoods equipped with controls like in Fig. 3C
1. speed indicator
2. light switch
3. Timer
Each button, while switched on, illuminates an LED in a
different color.
Green light — first speed
Yellow light — second speed
Red light — third speed
T — Timer (LED blinks) — Exist two (2) executions of that
control. In the first one pushing this button while the hood is
switched on, activates a timer of the selected speed that
automatically switches the hood off after 5 minutes. In the
second one pressing it the motor is brought to the maximum
speed for 5 minutes, after which, the speed returns to the last
speed in use and pushing any speed button for
more than 2 seconds, the speed Is timed for 5 minutes, after
which the hood turns itself off.
For the visualization of the grease filter state, pushing the T-
Timer button (Fig. 3C) while the hood 15 switched off:
Green light (working time less than 6 hours)
Yellow light (working time between 6 and 12 hours)
Red light (working time more than 12 hours)
To reset the Timer, while the hood is switched off, keep
pressed the T button for 5 seconds.
For hoods equipped with controls like in Fig. 3/D
+/- - speed indicator
1 — On/Off switch
2 — light switch
3 — Display
Button 1 turns on and off the hood and if pressed and held
while the hood is off, for more than 2 seconds the motor goes
to the last speed used; if on the other hand it is pressed, for
more than 2 seconds while the hood is on, the delayed switch
off is activated; after 5 minutes the hood turns itself off. While
on, the speed number in use flashes in the display. With the
buttons +/- (plus/minus) the speed may be changed. Pushing
the — (minus) button while the hood is switched off indicates
the grease filter saturation level. Pushing the + (plus) button
for more than 2 seconds while the hood is switched on sends
the hood to the maximum speed for 5 minutes and then
returns to the previous speed. While working the maximum
speed flashes in the display.
The saturation of the grease filter will be indicated by the
operation LED. By switch off cooker hood and pushing the
bottom T (Fig.3C/3) the operation LED will indicate different
colours with following meanings:
Green Light: less than 6 working hours
Yellow Light: between 6 and 12 working hours
Red Light: more than 12 working hours (the grease filter
should be cleaned or eventual changed)
For hoods equipped with controls as in Fig.3/E
Each button, while in use, is backlit with a blue LED.
1. speed control
2. light switch
3. Booster
The Booster button works with the timing function, pressing it
brings the motor to the maximum speed for 5 minutes, after
which, the speed returns to that previously in use. Pushing
any of the speed control buttons for more than 2 seconds, the
timer will be activated and the hood will turn itself off after 5
To see the state of the grease filter pushing the Booster
button (Fig.3E/3) while the hood is off:
-if the ON/OFF button illuminates — six working hours
-if the Il button illuminates — 6 to 18 working hours
-if the lll button illuminates — more than 18 working hours
(when the hood is turned off the LED is illuminated for 5
seconds to indicate maximum saturation)
To reset the Timer, while the hood is turned off, keep pressed
the Booster for 5 seconds.
ATTENTION! Before performing any maintenance operation,
isolate the hood from the electrical supply by switching off at
the connector and removing the connector fuse.
Or if the appliance has been connected through a plug and
socket, then the plug must be removed from the socket.
The cooker hood should be cleaned regularly (at least with the
same frequency with which you carry out maintenance of the
fat filters) internally and externally. Clean using the cloth
dampened with neutral liquid detergent. Do not use abrasive
WARNING: Failure to carry out the basic cleaning
recommendations of the cooker hood and replacement of the
filters may cause fire risks.
Therefore, we recommend oserving these instructions.
The manufacturer declines all responsibility for any damage to
the motor or any fire damage linked to inappropriate
maintenance or failure to observe the above safety
Clean the perimeter aspiration panel with the same frequency
as the ant-fats filter, using a cloth and not too concentrated
liquid detergent. Do not use abrasive substances.
Fig. 6
Maintenance of the panel
a. pull the panel (FRONT SIDE) downwards energetically
b. unhook it from the back hinges.
the suction panel must be cleaned as frequently as the grease
filter, use a dampened cloth with neutral liquid detergents.
Avoid using products containing abrasives. DO NOT USE
The panel must be hooked in the back and fixed in the front
(with magnets).
Attention! always check that the panel is tightly fixed to its
Grease filter
Fig. 1
This must be cleaned once a month (or when the filter
saturation indication system — if envisaged on the model in
possession — indicates this necessity) using non aggressive
detergents, either by hand or in the dishwasher, which must
be set to a low temperature and a short cycle.
When washed in a dishwasher, the grease filter may discolour
slightly, but this does not affect its filtering capacity.
To remove the grease filter, pull the spring release handle.
Charcoal filter (filter version only)
Fig. 2
It absorbs unpleasant odours caused by cooking.
The saturation of the activated charcoal occurs after more or
less prolonged use, depending on the type of cooking and the
regularity of cleaning of the grease filter.
In any case it is necessary to replace the cartridge at least
every four mounths.
The carbon filter may NOT be washed or regenerated.
Circular carbon filter
Apply one on each side as cover to both the shield grids of the
motor impeller, then turn clockwise.
For the disassembly, turn counter-clockwise.
Replacing lamps
Disconnect the hood from the electricity.
Warning! Prior to touching the light bulbs ensure they are
cooled down.
When the tubolar neon lamps need to be replaced this must
only be done by a competent electrician because especiale
tool is required. To changes low energy neon lamps and
incandescent bulbs please work from outside of the hood
means to pull off the lamp diffuser. If it has a halogen lamp
look out not to touch it with your hands when you replace It.
Use a dry and not greasy protection (for example a cloth) in
order to avoid a direct contact with skin which could make the
lamp break. Never use lamps with a wattage higher than the
one shown on the label inside the hood.
If the lights do not work, make sure that the lamps are fitted
properly into their housings before you call for technical
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