4000-250es INSTALLATION - Fresh Air intake

4000-250es INSTALLATION - Fresh Air intake
®
RANGE HOOD
2100
®
CERTIFIED
C
US
4000-250ES2 c/w Fresh Air Intake
IM PORTANT SAFETY IN STRUCTIO NS
R E A D A N D S AV E T H E S E IN ST R U C T IO N S
3. Use this unit only in the manner intended by the manufacturer. If you have any questions, contact the manufacturer.
5. 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.
8. To reduce the risk of fire, use only metal ductwork. Do not use any accessories not recommended by the
manufacturer.
9. The unit must be grounded.
10. Do not use this unit for commercial purpose.
11. Do not use any accessories not recommended by the manufacturer.
12. To reduce the risk of range top grease fires:
a. Never leave cooking 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. Do not allow grease to accumulate on the fan or the filter.
d. Use proper-sized pans that correspond to the size of the stove, and the amount of food being cooked.
13. To reduce the risk of personal injury in the event of a range top grease fires:
a. Never pick up a flaming pan, as you may be burned.
b. Do not use water, including wet dishclothes or towels to put out a fire. A violent steam explosion may result.
c. Smother flames with a close-fitting lid, metal tray, or cookie sheet. Then turn off the burner. BE CAREFUL TO
AVOID BURNS. If the flames are not put out immediately, evacuate and call fire department.
d. Use an extinguisher only if:
- You have a class ABC extinguisher and you already know how to operate it.
- The fire is small and contained in the area where it started.
- The fire department is being called.
- You can fight the fire with your back to an exit.
790 Rowntree Dairy Road, Woodbridge ON, Canada L4L 5V3
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CAUTION
1. For general ventilation use only. Do not use to exhaust hazardous or explosive materials and vapor.
2. To avoid damage to motor and impeller, keep construction material such as dry wall spray, construction dust, construction
debris, etc. off from the power unit and ducts leading to the unit.
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
GENERAL PREPARATION
1. To install this unit, you may require following tools and materials:
- Drill
- 1 1/4” wood bit for drilling electrical wiring access hole
- Philips head screwdriver
- Saber saw or keyhole saw for cutting the wall or cabinet openings
- Electrical tape
- Pencil, ruler, measuring tape and level for marking range hood location
- 1/8” drill bit for drilling pilot holes
- Pliers / Tin snips
- Duct tape
- Electrical connector
2. Unpack the unit from the box and lay the unit upside down on a table. Use cardboard or paper to prevent scratching the
unit or table.
3. Remove the aluminum-mesh grease filter and install a fluorescent 4 pin 18 / 26 watt light bulb ( such as Panasonic
FDS18E35/4 or FDS26E35/4 or equivalent - BULB IS NOT SUPPLIED). Reinstall the filter.
VERTICAL DISCHARGE ONLY
Baffles
(Must be installed
in exhaust only)
Air
Exhaust
Exhaust
openings
Fan Speed
Control
12"
1.5"
Insulation
Fresh Air In
3.25"
Duct
Pipe
10"
30"
or 36"
3” dia. collar
Exhaust
6"
14.75"
15.625"
Damper
5"
7.75"
WALLBOX
Fresh
Air In
Fresh Air
Intake Opening
Electrical
Knockout
6” dia.
collar
GRILLE
3” dia.
collar
NOTE:
Fresh air intake duct
must be totally insulated
6.75"
ON / OFF
Light Switch
Fan Speed
Control
WALLBOX
BAFFLE
NOTE: To get maximum exhaust, turn ON both fans.
GRILLE
INSULATION Minimum 5 Feet
(1” Thick)
PREPARING THE CABINET OR WALL FOR INSTALLATION
CAULKING
NOTE:
3 SIDES ONLY, NOT ON BOTTOM
(IF CAULKING ALL 4 SIDES,
MUST HAVE DRAINING HOLES.)
1. If the hood will be installed under cabinets that have a recessed bottom, then it will be necessary to attach wood mounting
strips (Not Included) to the bottom of the cabinet in the location where the unit will mount. The thickness of the strips
should be the same as the recess of the cabinet and they should be approximately 2” wide. Install the wood strips using
appropriate length of wood screws (Not Included). Make sure the wood strips line up with the 4 keyholes of the hood.
790 Rowntree Dairy Road, Woodbridge ON, Canada L4L 5V3
Tel: 905-851-6701 Fax: 905-851-8376 info@reversomatic.com
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2. We recommend that after installation the bottom of the hood should be no less than 20” and no more than 30” above the
stove’s heating elements or burners.
3. Holding the hood in place, mark location of mounting screws in narrow end of keyhole slot in each corner of the hood.
4. Start the 4 mounting screws included with hood, but let them project so later the hood may be hung on them using the
keyhole mounting holes. (See Fig.1)
5. Mark the bottom of the cabinet if the top electrical knockout on the hood will be used or the wall if using rear electrical
knockout. Refer to the dimensions in the drawing for proper hole location. (Remove the appropriate electrical knockout
from the hood by using a screwdriver)
6. Using a 1 1/4” drill bit, drill the opening for the electrical connection (see Fig.1). If drilling in the wall, extra care should be
taken so existing electrical cables are not cut, creating a hazard.
7. Making the cabinet or wall for the duct opening selected following the dimensions in the drawing.
8. Using a saber saw or keyhole saw, cut the duct opening. If cutting in the wall, extra precaution should be taken so
existing electrical cables are not cut, creating a hazard.
Fig. 1
120 VAC POWER
WIRING W/ GROUND
BLACK
WHITE
GROUND
GREEN
GROUND
SCREW
FROM
HOOD
Preparation for
top outlet
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
HOOD INSTALLATION (BE SURE POWER SUPPLY IS OFF BEFORE STARTING INSTALLATION)
1. Attach the damper section as shown on the previous page to the hood, align with ductwork in cabinet or wall.
2. Guide the electrical cable into the knockout opening and hang the hood on screws previously installed. Tighten screws
securely (see Fig. 2)
3. When installing duct work make sure that damper normally closes and opens freely, when blower is ON.
4. Run proper wiring to the hood location i.e. 120V / 60Hz AC Power source, with ground.
5. Connect the power supply to the hood leads, White to White, Black to Red and the ground wire to the green grounding
screw. Wiring must confirm to local and national electrical codes and must be done by a qualified person. (See Fig.3)
CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS (DISCONNECT THE HOOD FROM POWER SUPPLY BEFORE CLEANING OR SERVICING)
1. Clean your range hood with a mild detergent or mild soap, NEVER USE HARSH ALKALIS OR ABRASIVES.
2. Completely dry the range hood with soft dry cloth before restoring power. NEVER IMMERSE ELECTRICAL PARTS IN
WATER.
3. Aluminum mesh grease filter may be washed using mild soap or detergent. However, heavy grease buildup may require
replacement with a new REVERSOMATIC grease filter.
790 Rowntree Dairy Road, Woodbridge ON, Canada L4L 5V3
Tel: 905-851-6701 Fax: 905-851-8376 info@reversomatic.com
www.reversomatic.com
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RH4000-250ES2 c/w Fresh Air Intake
ACCESSORIES INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
VERTICAL DISCHARGE ONLY
Baffles
(Must be installed in
exhaust only)
Air
Exhaust
Exhaust
openings
Fresh Air
In
3” dia. collar
Fan Speed
Control
Damper
Fresh Air
Intake Opening
Electrical Knockout
ON / OFF
Light Switch
Insulation
Duct
Pipe
Fan Speed
Control
Exhaust
NOTE:
Fresh air intake duct
must be totally insulated
6” dia.
collar
Fresh
Air In
WALLBOX
GRILLE
3” dia.
collar
WALLBOX
BAFFLE
GRILLE
INSULATION Minimum 5 Feet
(1” Thick)
CAULKING
NOTE:
3 SIDES ONLY, NOT ON BOTTOM
(IF CAULKING ALL 4 SIDES, MUST HAVE DRAINING HOLES.)
790 Rowntree Dairy Road, Woodbridge ON, Canada L4L 5V3
Tel: 905-851-6701 Fax: 905-851-8376 info@reversomatic.com
www.reversomatic.com
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