Hotte décor Decorative Hood Dekor

Hotte décor Decorative Hood Dekor
FR
EN
DE
DA
GUIDE D'UTILISATION
GUIDE TO INSTALLATION
BETRIEBSANLEITUNG
BRUGERVEJLEDNING
Hotte décor
Decorative Hood
Dekor-Dunstabzugshaube
Emhætte med dekorativt panel
FR 02
EN 22
DE 42
DA 62
Dear Customer,
You have just acquired a DE DIETRICH hood and we would like to
thank you.
Our research teams have created this new generation of appliances
for you. Their quality, design, features and technological advances
make them exceptional products, and reveal our unique know-how.
Your new DE DIETRICH hood will blend harmoniously into your
kitchen and will perfectly combine cooking performance and ease of
use. We wanted to offer you a product of excellence.
In the DE DIETRICH product line, you will also find a wide range of
hobs, ovens, microwaves, cookers, dishwashers and fridges, that you
can coordinate with your new DE DIETRICH hood
Of course, in an ongoing effort to best satisfy your demands with
regard to our products, our after-sales service department is at your
disposal and ready to listen in order to respond to all of your questions
and suggestions (contact information at the end of this booklet).
Visit our website www.dedietrich-electromenager.com, where you will
find our latest innovations as well as useful and complementary
information.
DE DIETRICH
Setting New Values
As part of our commitment to constantly improving our products, we reserve the right to make
changes to them based on technical advances to their technical and functional features and
appearance.
Warning:
Before installing and using your appliance, please carefully read this Guide to
Installation and Use, which will allow you to quickly familiarise yourself with its operation.
22
EN
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 / NOTICES TO THE USER
• Safety recommendations ____________________________________
• Environmental protection ____________________________________
• Description of your appliance ________________________________
2 / INSTALLING YOUR APPLIANCE
• Using the evacuation mode __________________________________
• Using the recycling mode ___________________________________
• Electrical connections ______________________________________
• Assembling the hood _______________________________________
• Assembling the ventilation shaft
º Outdoor evacuation __________________________________
º Recycling ___________________________________________
24
25
26
27
27
28
29
31
32
3 / USING YOUR APPLIANCE
• Description of control panel _________________________________
• Powering on ______________________________________________
• Delayed stop ______________________________________________
• Immediate stop ____________________________________________
• Saturated cartridge _________________________________________
• Recycling mode ___________________________________________
• Evacuation mode __________________________________________
• Carbon filter saturation______________________________________
• Auto stop fan ______________________________________________
• Auto stop lighting __________________________________________
33
34
34
34
34
35
35
36
36
36
4 / CARING FOR AND CLEANING YOUR APPLIANCE
• Cleaning the filter cartridges _________________________________
• Changing the carbon filter ___________________________________
• Cleaning the outer surfaces __________________________________
• Changing the light bulb _____________________________________
• Maintaining your appliance __________________________________
37
37
38
38
39
5 / TROUBLESHOOTING __________________________________________
40
6 / AFTER-SALES SERVICE________________________________________
41
23
EN
1 / NOTICES TO THE USER
Attention
— Respect the recommended frequency of
cleanings and filter replacements. The
accumulation of grease deposits may cause a
fire.
— The hood should never be used over a
combustible fuel burning stove (wood, coal,
etc.).
— Never use steam or high-pressure devices to
clean your appliance (requirement imposed by
electrical safety).
— With a view to constantly improving our
products, we reserve the right to modify their
technical,
functional
or
aesthetic
characteristics, making any changes to their
features considered necessary or desirable in
view of technical progress.
— In order to easily locate the reference
information for your appliance, we recommend
that you note these data on the "After-Sales
Service Department and Customer Relations"
page.
(This page also explains to you where to find
this information on your appliance.)
Keep this user guide with your
appliance. If the appliance is ever sold or
transferred to another person, ensure that
the new owner receives the user guide.
Please become familiar with these
recommendations before installing and
using your oven. They were written for your
safety and the safety of others.
• SAFETY RECOMMENDATIONS
— This oven was designed for use by private
persons in their homes.
— This appliance is to be used by adults.
Make sure that children do not touch it and that
they do not treat it as a toy. Make sure that they
do not touch the appliance's control panel.
— When you receive the appliance, unpack or
have it unpacked immediately. Give it an overall
general inspection. Make note of any concerns
or reservations on the delivery slip and make
sure to keep a copy of this form.
— Your appliance is intended for standard
household use. Do not use it for commercial or
industrial purposes or for any other purpose
than that for which it was designed.
— Do not modify or attempt to modify any of the
characteristics of this appliance. This would be
dangerous to your safety.
— Repairs must only be carried out by an
approved specialist.
— Always unplug the hood before cleaning it or
performing other maintenance acts.
— Provide adequate ventilation for the room in
the case of simultaneous use of the hood and
other appliances powered by an energy source
other than electricity. This will prevent the hood
from aspirating the combustion gases.
— You should never "flambé" dishes under the
hood or operate gas rings under the hood
without placing cookware on them (the flames
sucked up into the hood can damage the
appliance).
— When frying food under the appliance, you
must carefully monitor the preparation at all
times.
Oils and grease brought to very high
temperatures can catch fire.
Warning
In the case of a kitchen heated by a
device connected to a chimney (a stove, for
example) the "recycling" version of the
hood should be installed. Do not use the
hood without metal filters.
Suitable ventilation should be provided in
the room when the hood is used at the
same time as appliances operated by gas
or another combustible fuel.
24
EN
1 / NOTICES TO THE USER
• ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
— This appliance's packaging material is recyclable. Help recycle it and protect the environment
by dropping it off in the municipal receptacles provided for this purpose.
— Your appliance also contains a great amount of recyclable material. It is marked with this label
to indicate the used appliances that should not be mixed with other waste. This way, the
appliance recycling organised by your manufacturer will be done under the best
possible conditions, in compliance with European Directive 2002/96/EC on Waste
Electrical and Electronic Equipment. Contact your town hall or your retailer for the
used appliance collection points closest to your home.
— We thank you doing your part to protect the environment.
Warning
Installation should only be performed by installers and qualified technicians.
Warning
Remove the protective film from the filter cartridge before use.
25
EN
1 / NOTICES TO THE USER
• DESCRIPTION OF YOUR APPLIANCE
274 mm
m
271 m
575 / 1027 mm
A
533 mm
B
C
90 mm
00 mm
500 m
600 / 9
m
D
A
Vents
C
Top surface
B
Ventilation shaft
D
Control panel
26
EN
2 / INSTALLING YOUR APPLIANCE
- The appliance must be unplugged during installation or when any repairs or maintenance work
is being performed.
- Ensure that the network voltage corresponds to the voltage noted on the identification plate
located inside the hood.
- If the electrical installation at your residence requires any changes in order to hook up your
Appliance, call upon a professional electrician.
- If the hood is being used in evacuation mode, do not connect the appliance to a combustion
gas exhaust duct (boiler, chimney, etc.) or to a CMV (controlled mechanical ventilation) system.
- Under no circumstances should the exhaust duct empty into the attic.
- Install the hood at a safe distance of at least 70 cm from an electric, gas or combined cooking
hob.
• USING THE EVACUATION MODE
If you possess an outlet to the exterior
(fig. 1)
Your hood can be connected to this outlet
using a flue (minimum diameter Ø mm that is
enamelled, in aluminium, flexible or made of
inflammable material). If your flue is less than
125 mm in diameter, you must use the
recycling mode.
125
150
fig. 1
• USING THE RECYCLING MODE
If you do not possess an outlet to the exterior
(fig. 2)
All of our appliances can be used in recycling
mode.
In this case, you should add an active carbon
filter which will keep in odours.
(See Chapter 4: Changing the carbon filter.)
125
150
fig. 2
27
EN
2 / INSTALLING YOUR APPLIANCE
• ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
During installation and maintenance
operations, the appliance must be unplugged
from the electrical grid; fuses must be cut off
or removed.
The electrical connections are made before
the appliance is installed in its housing.
Ensure that:
- the electrical installation has sufficient
voltage,
- the electrical wires are in good condition,
- the diameter of the wires complies with the
installation requirements.
Warning
This appliance is delivered with a
H 05 VVF power cord that has three0.75 mm2 conductors (neutral, phase and
ground). It must be connected to the main
power supply (which should be a 220-240 V
single phase current) via a CEI 60083
standardised socket that should remain
accessible after installation, in keeping with
installation guidelines.
We cannot be held responsible for any
accident resulting from an inexistent,
defective or incorrect ground lead. The fuse
for your installation must be 10 or 16A. If
the power cable is damaged, call the aftersales service department in order to avoid
danger.
Warning
If the electrical installation at your
residence requires any changes in order to
hook up your appliance, call upon a
professional electrician.
Warning
If the hood displays any malfunctions,
unplug the appliance or remove the fuse
corresponding to the electrical socket
where your appliance is plugged in.
28
EN
2 / INSTALLING YOUR APPLIANCE
• ASSEMBLING THE HOOD
Warning
The hood must be installed in
compliance with all applicable regulations
concerning the ventilation of premises. In
France these regulations are described in
DTU 61.1 from the CSTB. In particular, the
evacuated air should never be conveyed to a
duct used to evacuate smoke from
appliances that use gas or other combustible
fuels. Unused ducts may only be used after
approval from a competent specialist.
The minimum distance between the cooking
surface and the lowest part of the hood must
be 70 cm. If the instructions for the hob
installed under the hood specify a distance of
more than 70 cm, this requirement must be
respected.
— Draw a horizontal line 70 cm minimum from
the cook top (fig. 1).
— Draw a vertical line (B/fig. 1) on the wall that is
centred over the cook top and that extends
from the horizontal line drawn in the previous
step (A) to the ceiling.
— Cut the drilling template by following the
dotted lines to obtain two parts, C1 and C2
(fig. 1).
— Place the C2 template (fig. 1) on the wall,
superimposing the line that represents the
hood's axis over vertical line B (fig. 1) drawn in
a previous step.
— Place the C1 template (fig. 1) against the wall
flush with the ceiling.
— Drill the six holes. Insert the 6 wall plugs.
5mm
x2
C1
B
C2
A
D
For the DHD120XE model, follow the additional
instructions (figure 2) on the following page.
> 70 cm
— Screw in the top two screws for the hood
(D/fig. 1), leaving 5 mm sticking out from the wall.
E
=
Tip
Adjust the level of your hood before
fully tightening up the four D and E screws.
29
=
fig. 1
EN
2 / INSTALLING YOUR APPLIANCE
***********************************
For the DHD120XE model only :
— Draw a horizontal line (F/fig. 2) through the two
previously drilled holes (G).
— Drill the two additional holes (H/fig. 2) located
on the line (F) at a distance of 35 cm from the
initial holes (G).
H
H
— Insert the two additional wall plugs.
G
F
35 cm
35 cm
— Screw in the top two screws for the hood
(D/fig. 1), leaving 5 mm sticking out from the wall.
*****************************************
K
fig. 2
— Hang the suction hood on the two screws
(fig. 3).
D
fig. 3
— Remove the filter cartridges (J/fig. 4).
— Screw in the two bottom screws (E/fig. 4).
***********************************
For the DHD120XE model only :
— Screw in the two additional bottom screws
(K/fig. 4).
***********************************
J
Tip
E
Before fully tightening the four D and E
screws (or six D, E and K screws depending
on the model), adjust the level of the hood.
K
30
fig. 4
EN
2 / INSTALLING YOUR APPLIANCE
• ASSEMBLING THE VENTILATION
SHAFT
•Outdoor evacuation
— Using the two screws (fig. 1), attach the metal
chimney bracket against the wall, flush with the
ceiling for support.
==
— Mount the back-flow valve near the motor
outlet (fig. 2). This back-flow valve makes it
possible to block the entry of air from the
outside.
fig. 1
— If a 125 mm flue is being installed, use the
adapter provided (fig. 3).
If the diameter of your exterior flue is less than
125 mm, you must connect your hood in
recycling mode.
— Slide the end of the flue over the motor outlet
(fig. 4).
— Prepare your telescoping ventilation shaft,
taking care not to block the vents (fig. 4).
Fit the ventilation shafts into one another as far
as they will go.
fig. 2
— Attach the upper portion of the chimney (B/fig.
4 on the metal chimney bracket (A/fig. 4) using
the two screws (G/fig. 4).
— Adjust the length of the telescoping chimney
by bringing down the lower part and fitting it into
the top of the hood.
A
A
Chimney bracket
B
Telescoping ventilation shaft
C
Flue
D
Adapter
E
Back-flow valve
F
Motor outlet
G
Chimney holding screw
fig. 3
G
B
C
D
E
F
fig. 4
31
2 / INSTALLING YOUR APPLIANCE
EN
•Recycling
— Remove the back-flow valve (fig. 1).
— Using the two screws (fig. 2), attach the plastic
smoke deflector against the wall, flush with the
ceiling for support. Be careful to centre the
deflector in relation to the vertical line drawn on
the wall (fig. 2).
fig. 1
— Slide one end of the flue over the deflector and
the other end over the motor outlet (fig. 3).
— Prepare your ventilation shaft, taking care to
face the vents upward so that they are visible
(B/fig. 3).
==
— Attach the upper portion of the chimney
(C/fig. 3) on the metal smoke deflector (A/fig. 3)
using the two screws (F/fig. 3).
— Adjust the length of the telescoping chimney
by bringing down the lower part and fitting it into
the top of the hood.
A
Smoke deflector
B
Vents
C
Telescoping ventilation shaft
D
Flue
E
Motor bracket
F
Chimney holding screw
fig. 2
A
B
F
D
C
Tip
E
For optimal use of your appliance, we
recommend that you connect the hood to a
150 mm-diameter flue (not delivered with the
appliance). Minimise the number of angles
and bends and the lengths of the flue. In the
event that the hood will be operated using
outdoor evacuation, you should ensure a
sufficient inflow of fresh air to avoid a
pressure deficiency in the room.
fig. 3
32
EN
3 / USING YOUR APPLIANCE
• DESCRIPTION OF CONTROL PANEL
•Four-speed electronic model
A
B
D
C
A
Light
C
Delayed stop (10 minutes)
B
Speeds 1 to 4
D
Filter cleaning indicator light
Tip
This Guide to Installation and Use is valid for several models. Minor differences in
details and fittings may emerge between your appliance and the descriptions provided.
33
EN
3 / USING YOUR APPLIANCE
• POWERING ON
Press the button corresponding to the
desired speed (1 to 4).
Example: speed 2.
The 2 indicator lights up.
• DELAYED STOP
Press the lit button.
The hood automatically stops operating after
10 minutes.
The button flashes until the hood stops.
• IMMEDIATE STOP
Press the lit button twice.
The hood stops and the light goes out.
• SATURATED CARTRIDGE
When the
light flashes, this is an
indication that the filter cartridges need to be
cleaned (you can put them in the dishwasher).
To deactivate the filter cartridge saturation
function, simultaneously press the 1 and
2 buttons for two seconds.
The
light goes out.
34
EN
3 / USING YOUR APPLIANCE
• RECYCLING MODE
Your hood will be used in recycling mode,
configure it for recycling mode:
For three seconds, simultaneously press the
1 and 4 buttons, which will light up.
The
indicator either lights up or begins
flashing.
To configure for recycling mode, press the
1 button until the
indicator lights up (but
does not flash).
Confirm the configuration by pressing the
4 button.
The
indicator and the 1 and 4 buttons go
out.
• EVACUATION MODE
Your hood has an external air outlet,
configure it for evacuation mode:
For three seconds, simultaneously press the
1 and 4 buttons, which will light up.
The
indicator either lights up or begins
flashing.
To configure for evacuation mode, press the
1 button until the
indicator begins
flashing.
Confirm the configuration by pressing the 4
button.
The
indicator and the 1 and 4 buttons go
out.
35
EN
3 / USING YOUR APPLIANCE
• CARBON FILTER SATURATION
When your hood is in recycling mode.
The
indicator lights up, indicating that the
carbon filter must be changed (we
recommend that you replace your filters every
six months).
To turn out the
indicator, simultaneously
press the 3 and 4 touch controls.
The
light goes out.
• AUTO STOP FAN
If you forget to turn off your hood, it will
automatically turn itself off after nine hours of
operation.
• AUTO STOP LIGHTING
If you forget to turn off the light, it will
automatically turn itself off after nine hours of
operation.
36
EN
4 / CARING FOR AND CLEANING YOUR APPLIANCE
Warning
Always unplug the hood before cleaning it or performing other maintenance acts.
Regular maintenance of your appliance is a guarantee of proper functioning, good
performance and durability.
Warning
Failure to respect the guidelines for cleaning the appliance and filters may cause fires.
Please carefully adhere to the maintenance recommendations.
• CLEANING THE FILTER
CARTRIDGES
They must be cleaned after approximately
30 hours of use or at least once a month.
These filters can be cleaned in a vertical
position in your dishwasher.
Use a brush, hot water and mild detergent.
Rinse and dry them thoroughly before
returning them to the hood.
•Dismantling the filter cartridge
(fig. 1)
— Turn the built-in filter cartridge handle.
— Tilt the filter cartridge downward.
• CHANGING THE CARBON
FILTER
Replace it after approximately 120 hours of
use.
— Remove the filter cartridge (fig. 2).
— Place the carbon filter on the filter cartridge
on the inside of the hood.
fig. 2
— Pull the two fastener clips over each side of
the filter cartridge.
— Repeat these steps for all the filter cartridges.
37
EN
4 / CARING FOR AND CLEANING YOUR APPLIANCE
• CLEANING THE OUTER SURFACES
To clean the outside of your hood, use soapy water, but do not use abrasive creams or
scrubbing sponges.
• CHANGING THE LIGHT BULB
Warning
Before carrying out any work, the power supply to the hood must be turned off, either
by unplugging it or by using the circuit breaker switch.
Model with halogen bulb
— Remove the lighting port (fig. 1).
— Change the G4-20W-12V halogen bulb.
— Replace the bulb by repeating these steps
in reverse order.
fig. 1
38
4 / CARING FOR AND CLEANING YOUR APPLIANCE
EN
Warning
Before carrying out any work, the power supply to the hood must be turned off, either
by unplugging it or by using the circuit breaker switch.
• MAINTAINING YOUR APPLIANCE
MAINTENANCE
WHAT TO DO
PRODUCTS/ACCESSORIES
TO USE
Top surface and
accessories
Never use metal scouring pads, To clean the body and the
abrasive products or excessively lighting port, you should use only
stiff brushes.
commercial household cleaning
products diluted in water and
then rinse using clean water,
drying with a soft cloth.
Filter cartridge
This filter traps fatty vapours and
dust. This component plays an
important role in ensuring the
effectiveness of your hood.
In the event of tough stains, use
a non-abrasive cream, then rinse
with clean water.
Activated carbon filter
Use a commercial household
cleaning product then rinse
abundantly and dry. These filters
can be cleaned in a vertical
position in your dishwasher.
(Do not allow them to touch dirty
dishes or silverware. )
This filter traps odours and must
be changed at least once a year
depending on your level of use.
You should order these filters
from your dealer (quoting the
reference shown on the
identification plate located inside
the hood) and note the date the
filter was changed.
To preserve your appliance, we recommend that you use Clearit cleaning products.
Professional expertise
serving individuals
Clearit offers you professional products and solutions designed for the daily care of your
household appliances and kitchens.
They are on sale at your regular retailer, along with a complete line of accessories and
consumable products.
39
EN
5 / TROUBLESHOOTING
SYMPTOMS
SOLUTIONS
Ensure that:
• The power is not cut off.
The hood is
not working...
• A speed has been selected.
Ensure that:
• The selected motor speed is sufficient for the
The hood is not operating quantity of smoke and vapours to be cleared.
effectively...
• The kitchen is sufficiently ventilated to allow
for fresh air intake.
• The carbon filter is not worn (hood operating
in recycling mode).
Ensure that:
The hood stopped
working
• The power is not cut off.
• The single-pole cut-off device was not
activated.
40
EN
6 / AFTER-SALES SERVICE
Any maintenance on your equipment should be undertaken by:
- either your dealer,
- or another qualified mechanic who is an authorized agent for the brand appliances.
When making an appointment, state the full reference of your equipment (model, type and serial
number). This information appears on the manufacturer's nameplate attached to your equipment.
41
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertising