Guide d`utilisation Instructions for installation and use

Guide d`utilisation Instructions for installation and use
Guide d’utilisation
Instructions for installation and use
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Istruzioni per l'installazione e l’uso
Instrucciones para instalación y uso
Instruções de instalação y utilização
Aanwijzing voor gebruik en installatie
DHD491XE1 - DHD492XE1
DHD494XE1 - DHD495XE1
ENGLISH
WARNING
The distance between the supporting surface for the cooking worktop on the hob and the lower part of the
hood must be at least 65 cm. If the instructions for installation for the hob specify a greater distance, this
has to be taken into account.
The air collected must not be conveyed into a duct used to blow off smokes from appliances fed with an
energy other than electricity (central heating systems, thermosiphons, water-heaters, etc.).
Comply with the official instructions provided by the competent authorities in merit when installing the disposal
duct. In addition, exhaust air should not be discharged into a wall cavity, unless the cavity is designed for
that purpose.
The room must be well ventilated in case a hood and some other heat equipment fed with an energy other
than electricity (gas, oil, coal heaters, etc) operate at the same time.
The intake hood could create a vacuum indeed by extracting the air out the room. The vacuum should not
exceed 0,04mbar. This prevents the head source to generate in-drawghts of gas that must be extracted out.
Check the data label inside the appliance; if the symbol ( ) is printed, read the following: this appliance
has such technical particularities that it belongs to class II insulation, therefore it must not be earthed.
The following warning is valid in the United Kingdom only: in case your cable is not furnished with a plug,
read the following instructions; as the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this appliance may not
correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows: – the wire
which is coloured blue must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured black;
– the wire which is coloured brown must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L or
coloured red. – terminal of a three-pin plug.
Check the data label inside the appliance; if the symbol (
) is NOT printed, read the following:
ATTENTION: This appliance must be earthed. When making the electrical connections, check that the current
socket has a ground connection.
The following warning is valid in the United Kingdom only: in case your cable is not furnished with a plug,
read the following instructions; as the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this appliance may not
correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
– the wire which is coloured green and yellow must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked
], or coloured green or green and yellow; – the wire which
with the letter E or by the earth symbol [
is coloured blue must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured black; –
the wire which is coloured brown must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured
red.
When making the electrical connections, check that the voltage values correspond to those indicated on the
data plate inside the appliance itself. In case your appliance is not furnished with a non separating flexible
cable and has no plug, or has not got any other device ensuring omnipolar disconnection from the electricity
main, with a contact opening distance of at least 3 mm, such separating device ensuring disconnection from
the main must be included in the fixed installation. If your unit features a power lead and plug, position this
so the plug is accessible.
Always switch off the electricity supply before carrying out any cleaning or servicing operations on the
appliance.
USE
Avoid using materials which could cause spurts of flame (flambées) near the appliance.
When frying, take particular care to prevent oil and grease from catching fire. Already used oil is especially
dangerous in this respect. Do not use uncovered electric grates.
To avoid possible risks of fire always comply with the indicated instructions when cleaning anti-grease filters
and when removing grease deposits from the appliance.
MAINTENANCE
Thorough servicing guarantees correct and long-lasting operation.
Any fat deposits should be removed from the appliance periodically depending on amount of use (at least
every 2 months). Avoid using abrasive or corrosive products. To clean painted appliances on the outside,
use a cloth dipped in lukewarm water and neutral detergent. To clean steel, copper or brass appliances on
the outside, it is always best to use specific products, following the instructions on the products themselves.
To clean the inside of the appliance, use a cloth (or brush) dipped in denatured ethyl alcohol.
DESCRIPTION
The hood may be installed in the filtering version, in the ducting version or in the version with an external
motor.
Filtering version (Fig. 1): The hood aspirates the kitchen air saturated with fumes and odours, purifies it through
the grease filters and charcoal filters and returns clean air into the room. WARNING: When using filtering hoods,
both charcoal filters and an air baffle must be used; located in the upper part of the pipe, this baffle recycles
the air to the environment (Fig. 1A). For constant efficiency, the charcoal filters must be replaced periodically.
Ducting version (Fig. 2): The hood aspirates the kitchen air saturated with fumes and odours, passes it through
the grease filters and expels it to the outside through an outlet pipe. With this version the charcoal filters are
not required.
Version with an external motor (Fig. 3): the hood is connected to a vacuum motor set outside the kitchen, or
outside the building; the motor aspirates the kitchen air saturated with fumes and odours making it go through
the anti-grease filters of the hood, then through the air disposal duct to make it go outside.
If you chose to install this version of the hood, you have to buy it already fit for this installation, which means
without the motor inside; moreover you have to buy a vacuum motor (only use vacuum units suggested in the
original catalogue). With this version the charcoal filters are not required.
Decide from the outset on the type of installation (filtering, ducting or with an external motor). For greater
efficiency, we recommend you install the hood in the ducting version or in the version with an external motor (if
possible). Attention: you can chose to install the hood with an external motor only if you have bought a hood
already planed for this version.
INSTALLATION
ATTENTION: Two persons are required for proper installation; the unit should be installed by a qualified operator.
Remove the grease filters before proceeding with the assembly instructions. This will make the appliance easier to handle.
1. Removal of grease filters: Fig. 4: pull the handle outside and unlock the filter.
INSTALLATION IN DUCTING VERSION:
Before fixing, the outlet pipe for air evacuation to the outside must be installed. Use an outlet pipe with: – minimum
indispensable length; – minimum possible bends (maximum angle of bend: 90°); – certified material (according to the State);
– an as smooth as possible inside. It is also advisable to avoid any drastic changes in pipe cross-section (recommended
diameter: 150 mm). For air evacuation to the outside, follow all the other instructions given on the “Warnings” sheet. Prepare
the power supply within the telescopic chimney (for the electrical connection, follow all the other instructions on the
“Warnings” sheet).
2. Fixing to the wall: Draw a line on the wall in vertical line with your hob. Mark the first 2 holes to be drilled in the
wall, respecting the distances indicated in Fig. 5. Drill the 2 holes and fit the screw anchors provided. As already specified
on the “Warnings” sheet, bear in mind that the distance between the lower edge of the hood and the hob must be min.
650 mm. Fix the metal bracket (A) to the wall using the 2 holes just drilled (Fig. 6); the screws for fixing the bracket are
provided. Use the 2 cut-out triangles on the bracket to position it exactly along the vertical axis of the hood. Hang the
hood on the bracket (Fig. 7). Adjust the horizontal position moving the hood to the right or left so that it is aligned with
the wall units. If you also need to adjust the hood in height, operate on the adjusting screws (B) provided. When adjustment
has been completed, without removing the hood, mark the other 4 holes to be drilled (C) in the wall. Remove the hood
and drill the holes marked (8 mm diameter). Then use the 4 screw anchors and the 4 screws provided for final fixing.
3. Mount the plate of the electrical system fixing it with 3 screws (Fig. 8).
4. Fixing the telescopic flues:
- Adjust the width of the support bracket (D) of the telescopic flue by means of the screws (E) as shown in Fig.9; then,
by means of the screw anchors and screws (F) provided, fix the bracket to the ceiling in such a way that it is positioned
along the axis with your hood.
- Connect the air outlet pipe to the air vent of the hood.
- Use a flexible pipe and lock it to the air vent of the hood with a metal hose clamp - Fig. 10 (pipe and clamp are not provided).
- For exhaust hoods, turn the upper flue over so that the air exhaust grid is in the lower section (Fig. 11).
- Plug in the hood. Insert the extension flues setting them on the hood.
- Extend the upper flue to the ceiling and secure with the 2 screws (H) - Fig. 12.
- Remove the charcoal filter from its case (Fig. 13).
INSTALLATION IN FILTERING VERSION:
Prepare the power supply within the telescopic flues (for the electrical connection, follow all the other instructions
on the “Warnings” sheet).
Fixing to the wall: for fixing to the wall refer to the instructions for the ducting version (see points 2, 3), then continue
with the instructions below.
Fixing the telescopic flues:
- Adjust the width of the support bracket (D) of the telescopic flue by means of the screws (E) as shown in Fig. 9.
- Then, by means of the screw anchors and screws (F) provided, fix the bracket to the ceiling in such a way that it is positioned
along the axis with your hood.
- Mount the flange on the hood in correspondence to the air outlet point (Fig. 14).
– Take the air baffle and fit a flexible pipe to it (125 mm diameter) locking it with a metal hose clamp (pipe and clamps
are not provided). Fit the air baffle to the upper flue (Fig. 15) with 4 screws.
- Connect the flexible pipe to the flange on the air vent (Fig. 16).
- Plug in the hood. Insert the extension flues setting them on the hood.
- Extend the upper flue to the ceiling and secure with the 2 screws H (Fig. 12).
INSTALLATION IN VERSION WITH AN EXTERNAL MOTOR:
Before fixing the hood the air evacuation pipe running from the hood to the intaking motor should be ready.
Use an air evacuation pipe with: – minimum indispensable length; – minimum possible bends (maximum angle of
bend: 90°); – certified material (according to the State); – an as smooth as possible inside. It is also advisable
to avoid any drastic changes in pipe cross-section (recommended diameter: 150 mm). For air evacuation to the
outside, follow all the other instructions given on the “Warnings” sheet.
Prepare the power supply within the telescopic flue (for the electrical connection, follow all the other instructions
on the “Warnings” sheet).
For fixing to the wall refer to the instructions for the ducting version (see point 2, 3), then continue with the
instructions below.
Fixing the telescopic flues:
- Adjust the width of the support bracket (D) of the telescopic flue by means of the screws (E) as shown in Fig.9; then,
by means of the screw anchors and screws (F) provided, fix the bracket to the ceiling in such a way that it is positioned
along the axis with your hood.
- Connect the air outlet pipe to the air vent of the hood.
- Use a flexible pipe and lock it to the air vent of the hood with a metal hose clamp - Fig. 10 (pipe and clamp are not provided).
- Turn the upper flue over so that the air exhaust grid is in the lower section (Fig. 11).
- Connect the hood to the external motor using the special terminal block (Fig. 17): remove wire clamp A and lid B from
the wiring junction box; fix the connecting wire of the external motor to terminal C; then replace wire clamp A and lid B
on the wiring junction box; the other end of the wire is secured to the terminal block on the external motor.
- Plug in the hood. Insert the extension flues setting them on the hood.
- Extend the upper flue to the ceiling and secure with the 2 screws (H) - Fig. 12.
- Remove the charcoal filter from its case (Fig. 13).
OPERATION
CONTROLS (Fig. 18):
Key A : Turns the lights on/off.
Key B : Reduces and increases lighting intensità.
Key C : reduces the motor speed until reaching minimum. If pressed for about 2", it stops the motor and storse the
speed.
Key D : drives the motor (calling the last speed used) and increases the speed until reaching maximum.
L Display:
- signals the running speed.
- signals the filter alarm (with motor off) by displaying the central segment for 30".
- signals Timer activation with a flashing number.
Key E : activates the TIMER (when the motor is running), so that the hood stops automatically after 5'. Also Zero-sets
hour metering when the Filter Alarm is active (motor OFF).
FILTER ALARM: Displayed for 30" when the motor is off:
After 30h of operation, the central segment lights up on the display; It indicates that the grease filters need to be
cleaned.
After 120h of operation, the central segment flashes on the display; It indicates that the grease filters need to be
cleaned and the charcoal filters replaced.
After cleaning the grease filters (and/or replacing the charcoal filters), restart the hour counter (RESET) by pressing
the key E during display of the filter alarm.
Grease filters: special attention must be given to the grease filters which must be periodically cleaned, whenever
the filter alarm trips. For instructions of the filter Alarm, refer to the Controls paragraph. Remove the filters as shown in
para. 1 and wash with neutral detergent.
Charcoal filters: if the filtering version appliance is used, the charcoal filters will have to be periodically replaced
when the filter alarm trips. For instructions on the filter Alarm, refer to the Controls paragraph. Removing the charcoal filter/
s: first of all, remove the grease filters; push the catch inwards (Fig. 13) and remove the charcoal filter from its case.
Reposition a new charcoal filter of the same type inverting the operations.
Lighting: to change the halogen bulbs open the cover levering from the proper slots (Fig. 19). Replace with bulbs
of the same type. CAUTION: Do not handle glass bulb with bare hands. If, after replacing the halogen lights, these
fail to work, allow the appliance to cool and then interrupt power for a few seconds.
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