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CDA EVP9SS cooker hood
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CAPPA ASPIRANTE - Istruzioni per l'uso
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CAMPANA EXTRACTORA - Manual de utilización
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HOTTE DE CUISINE - Notice d'utilisation
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COOKER HOOD - User instructions
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AFZUIGKAP - Gebruiksaanwijzing
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COIFA ASPIRANTE - Manual do usuário
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ENGLISH
GENERAL
Carefully read the following important information regarding installation safety and maintenance. Keep this information booklet accessible
for further consultations. The appliance has been designed for use in
the ducting version (air exhaust to the outside – Fig.1B), filtering version (air circulation on the inside – Fig.1A) or with external motor
(Fig.1C).
SAFETY PRECAUTION
1. Take care when the cooker hood is operating simultaneously with an
open fireplace or burner that depend on the air in the environment and
are supplied by other than electrical energy, as the cooker hood removes the air from the environment which a burner or fireplace need
for combustion. The negative pressure in the environment must not
exceed 4Pa (4x10-5 bar). Provide adequate ventilation in the environment for a safe operation of the cooker hood. Follow the local laws
applicable for external air evacuation.
Before connecting the model to the electricity network:
- control the data plate (positioned inside the appliance) to ascertain
that the voltage and power correspond to the network and the socket is
suitable. If in doubt ask a qualified electrician.
- If the power supply cable is damaged, it must be replaced with another
cable or a special assembly, which may be obtained direct from the
manufacturer or from the Technical Assistance Centre.
2. WARNING !
In certain circumstances electrical appliances may be a danger
hazard.
A) Do not check the status of the filters while the cooker hood
is operating
B) Do not touch bulbs or adjacent areas, during or straight after
prolonged use of the lighting installation.
C) Flambè cooking is prohibited underneath the cooker hood
D) Avoid free flame, as it is damaging for the filters and a fire
hazard
E) Constantly check food frying to avoid that the overheated
oil may become a fire hazard
F) Disconnect the electrical plug prior to any maintenance.
G) This appliance is not intended for use by young children or
infirm persons without supervision
H) Young children should be supervised to ensure they do not
play with the appliance
I) There shall be adequate ventilation of the room when the
rangehood is used at the same time as appliances burning gas
or other fuels
L) There is a risk of fire if cleaning is not carried out in accordance with the instructions
This appliance conforms to the European Directive EC/2002/96, Waste
Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE). By making sure that
this appliance is disposed of in a suitable manner, the user is helping
to prevent potential damage to the environment or to public health.
symbol on the product or on the accompanying paperwork
The
indicates that the appliance should not be treated as domestic waste,
but should be delivered to a suitable electric and electronic appliance
recycling collection point. Follow local guidelines when disposing of
waste. For more information on the treatment, re-use and recycling of
this product, please contact your local authority, domestic waste
collection service or the shop where the appliance was purchased.
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Assembly and electrical connections must be carried out by
specialised personnel.
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• Electric Connection
The appliance has been manufactured as a class II, therefore no earth
cable is necessary.
The connection to the mains is carried out as follows:
BROWN = L line
BLUE = N neutral
If not provided, connect a plug for the electrical load indicated on the
description label. Where a plug is provided, the cooker hood must be
installed in order that the plug is easily accessible.
An omnipolar switch with a minimum opening of 3mm between contacts, in line with the electrical load and local standards, must be placed
between the appliance and the network in the case of direct connection
to the electrical network.
• The minimum distance between the support surfaces of the cooking
pots on the cooker top and the lowest part of the cooker hood must be
at least 65 cm. If a connection tube composed of two parts is used, the
upper part must be placed outside the lower part. Do not connect the
cooker hood exhaust to the same conductor used to circulate hot air or
for evacuating fumes from other appliances generated by other than an
electrical source.Before proceeding with the assembly operations, remove the anti-grease filter(s) (Fig.7) so that the unit is easier to handle.
In the case of assembly of the appliance in the suction version prepare
the hole for evacuation of the air.
• FIXING TO THE WALL
Drill the holes A respecting the distances indicated (Fig.2). Fix the
appliance to the wall and align it in horizontal position to the wall units.
When the appliance has been adjusted, definitely fix the hood using the
screws A (Fig.5). For the various installations use screws and screw
anchors suited to the type of wall (e.g. reinforced concrete, plasterboard, etc.). If the screws and screw anchors are provided with the
product, check that they are suitable for the type of wall on which the
hood is to be fixed.
• FIXING THE DECORATIVE TELESCOPIC FLUE
Arrange the electrical power supply within the dimensions of the decorative flue. If your appliance is to be installed in the ducting version or
in the version with external motor, prepare the air exhaust opening.
Adjust the width of the support bracket of the upper flue (Fig.3). Then
fix it to the ceiling using the screws A (Fig.3) in such a way that it is in
line with your hood and respecting the distance from the ceiling indicated in Fig.2. Connect the flange C to the air exhaust hole using a
connection pipe (Fig.5).
Insert the upper flue into the lower flue. Fix the lower flue to the hood
using the screws B provided (Fig.5), extract the upper flue up to the
bracket and fix it with the screws B (Fig.3).
If your appliance has the lower connections indicated as in Fig. 4 A, the
fixing to be carried out is that shown in Fig. 6 A
To transform the hood from a ducting version into a filtering version,
ask your dealer for the charcoal filters and follow the installation instructions.
• FILTERING VERSION
Install the hood and the two flues as described in the paragraph for
installation of the hood in ducting version. To assemble the filtering flue
refer to the instructions contained in the kit. If the kit is not provided,
order it from your dealer as accessory. The charcoal filters must be
fitted in the ducting unit located inside the hood (Fig.8).
USE AND MAINTENANCE
• It is recommended to operate the appliance prior to cooking.
It is recommended to leave the appliance in operation for 15 minutes
after cooking is terminated in order to completely eliminate cooking
vapours and odours.
The proper function of the cooker hood is conditioned by the regularity
of the maintenance operations, in particular, the active carbon filter.
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• The anti-grease filters capture the grease particles suspended in the
air, and are therefore subject to clogging according to the frequency of
the use of the appliance.
In order to prevent fire hazard, it is recommendable to clean the filter
at a maximum of 2 months by carrying out the following instructions:
- Remove the filters from the cooker hood and wash them in a solution
of water and neutral liquid detergent, leaving to soak.
- Rinse thoroughly with warm water and leave to dry.
- The filters may also be washed in the dishwasher.
The aluminium panels may alter in colour after several washes. This
is not cause for customer complaint nor replacement of panels.
• The active carbon filters purify the air that is replaced in the environment. The filters are not washable nor re-useable and must be replaced at maximum every four months. The saturation of the active
carbon filter depends on the frequency of use of the appliance, by the
type of cooking and the regularity of cleaning the anti-grease filters.
• Clean the fan and other surfaces of the cooker hood regularly using
a cloth moistened with denatured alcohol or non abrasive liquid detergent.
• The illumination installation is designed for use during cooking and
not for prolonged general illumination of the environment. Prolonged
use of the illumination installation notably reduces the duration of the
bulb.
COMMANDS: (Fig.11)
Push-button A = on/off lights switch
Push-button B = on/off cooker hood switch. The appliance switches
on at speed level 1, If the cooker hood is on depress the push-button
for 2 sec. to switch off the cooker hood. If the cooker hood is at speed
level 1 it will not be necessary to depress the push-button to switch the
cooker hood off. Decreases the motor speed.
Display C = indicates the motor speed level selected and activates the
timer.
Push-button D = switches on the cooker hood. Increases the motor
speed. Touching the key at 3rd speed, the intensive function runs for
10', then the appliance go back to work at the original speed. During this
function the display blinks.
Key E = The Timer times the functions on activation for 15 minutes,
after which they are switched off. The Timer is deactivated by repressing Key E. When the Timer is activated the decimal point must
flash on the display. The Timer cannot be activated if the intensive
speed is functioning.
The “clean air” function is activated by pressing key E for 2 seconds
when the appliance is switched off. This switches the motor on for 10
minutes every hour at the first speed. During functioning a rotary movement of the peripheral segments must be visualised on the display.
When this time has passed the motor switches off and the fixed letter
“C” must be visualised on the display until the motor re-starts after 50
minutes for another 10 minutes and so on. Press any key apart from the
light keys to return to normal functioning. Press key E to deactivate the
function.
• Active carbon/grease filter saturation:Fig.11
- When display item C flashes, at a speed where it alternates with the
letter F (e.g. 1 and F), the grease filters must be washed.
- When display item C flashes, at a speed where it alternates with the
letter A (e.g. 1 and A), the carbon filters must be replaced.
After the clean filter has been positioned correctly, the electronic memory
must be reset by pressing button A for approximately 5 seconds, until
the indication F or A shown on the display C stops flashing.
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When this operation has been completed, press the key to reset it.
• COMMANDS:
(Fig.9A) LUMINOUS
(Fig.10B) ELECTRONICthe key symbols are explained below:
A = LIGHT
B = OFF
C = SPEED I
D = SPEED II
E = SPEED III
F = AUTOMATIC STOP TIMER - 15 minutes (*)
• If your appliance does not have the INTENSIVE speed function, press
key E for two seconds and it will be activated for 10 minutes after which
it will return to the previously set speed. When the function is active the
LED flashes. To interrupt it before the 10 minutes have expired press
key E again.
• By pressing key F for two seconds (with the hood switched off) the
“clean air” function is activated. This function switches the appliance
on for ten minutes every hour at the first speed. As soon as this function
is activated the motor starts up at the first speed for ten minutes, During
this time key F and key C must flash at the same time.
After ten minutes the motor switches off and the LED of key F remains
switched on with a fixed light until the motor starts up again at the first
speed after fifty minutes and keys F and C start to flash again for ten
minutes and so on.
By pressing any key for the exclusion of the hood light the hood will
return immediately to its normal functioning (e.g. if key D is pressed
the “clean air” function is deactivated and the motor moves to the 2nd
speed straight away. By pressing key B the function is deactivated).
(*) The “automatic stop timer” delays stopping of the hood, which
will continue functioning for 15 minutes at the operating speed set at the
time this function is activated.
• Active carbon/grease filter saturation: Fig.9A / Fig.10B
- When button A flashes at a frequency of 2 seconds, the grease filters
must be cleaned.
- When button A flashes at a frequency of 0.5 seconds, the carbon
filters must be replaced.
After the clean filter has been replaced, the electronic memory must
be reset by pressing button A for approximately 5 seconds, until the
light on the button stops flashing.
•COMMANDS:(Fig.9B)MECHANICAL_the key symbols are explained below:
A = LIGHT
B = OFF
C = SPEED I
D = SPEED II
E = SPEED III
G = MOTOR WORKING indicator
THE MANUFACTURER DECLINES ALL RESPONSIBILITY FOR
EVENTUAL DAMAGES CAUSED BY BREACHING THE ABOVE
WARNINGS.
• COMMANDS: ELECTRONIC (Fig.10 A):
A = LIGHT
B = OFF/SPEED I
C = SPEED II
D = SPEED III
E = AUTOMATIC STOP TIMER – 15 minutes (*)
F = FILTER SATURATION RESET LIGHT
When the “filter saturation” light flashes, the anti-grease filters must be
washed. When the light comes on without flashing, the anti-grease
filters must be washed and the carbon filters replaced (in case of op-
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