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Please Read The User Manual Carefully!

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Table of Contents

1 TECHNICAL DRAWING ................................................ 4

2 WARNINGS AND SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ................ 5

2.1 Life-Threatening Danger, Poisoning Danger ........................................................ 7

2.2 Danger of electric shock! ...................................................................................... 7

2.3 Danger of physical injury! ..................................................................................... 7

2.4 Danger of burn, danger of electric shock! ............................................................. 8

2.5 Dangers of fire and physical injury! ....................................................................... 8

3 USAGE WITH AND WITHOUT CARBON FILTER ....... 9

3.1 Replacement of Carbon Filter ............................................................................... 10

3.2 Replacement of AF 100 Carbon Filter .................................................................. 10

4 CLEANING AND PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE ........ 11

4.1 Washing in Dishwasher ........................................................................................ 11

4.2 Hand Wash ........................................................................................................... 11

4.3 Removal/Installation of Aluminium Filter ............................................................... 11

5 INSTALLATION OF APPLIANCE .................................. 12

5.1 Installation and Unpacking of the Appliance ......................................................... 12

5.2 Recommendations for Energy Saving .................................................................. 12

5.3 Exhaust Air Mode .................................................................................................. 13

5.4 Air Discharge Line ................................................................................................ 13

5.5 Checking the Wall ................................................................................................. 13

5.6 Electrical Connection ............................................................................................ 13

5.7 Danger of Electric Shock! ..................................................................................... 13

6 CONTENT OF PACKAGE ............................................. 14

7 OVERVIEW OF COOKER HOOD ................................. 15

8 ASSEMBLY OF PRODUCT ........................................... 16

8.1 Installation Diagram and Components .................................................................. 16

8.2 Assembly of Plastic Flue ....................................................................................... 17

9 ASSEMBLY OF PLATE ................................................. 18

10 USE OF PRODUCT ....................................................... 19

10.1 5 Spd Using Touch Product .................................................................................. 19

11 REPLACEMENT OF LAMPS ........................................ 20

11.1 Replacement of Halogen ...................................................................................... 20

12 AUTHORIZED TECHNICAL SERVICE ......................... 21

12.1 Potential Failures and Solutions ........................................................................... 22

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1 TECHNICAL DRAWING

Fig. 1: TECHNICAL DRAWING

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WARNING AND SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

2 WARNINGS AND SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

■ This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and above and persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards involved.

■ This product is designed for home use.

■ Usage voltage of your product is 220-240

Volt~50 Hz.

■ Power cord of your product is fitted with a grounded plug. That cable must definitely be connected to a grounded socket.

■ The whole electrical wiring must be installed by a qualified electrician.

■ Installation by unauthorized persons could lead to poor operation performance, damage to the product, and accidents.

■ Feeder cable of the appliance mustn’t be exposed to jamming or crashing during assembly. Feeder cable mustn’t be placed near the cooker. In such cases, it might melt down and lead to fire.

■ Do not plug in the appliance before the installation.

■ Make sure that the installation place allows the user to easily unplug the power cable in case of any danger.

■ Do not touch your product’s lamps when they work for a long time. Since they would be hot, they could burn your hand.

■ Kitchen cooker hoods are designed for normal cooking and home use. For uses other than specified, there is the risk of failure and the appliance becomes out of warranty.

■ Comply with the rules and instructions regarding discharge of outgoing air, stipulated by the relevant authorities. (This warning does not apply to uses without flue.)

■ Flammable foods must not be cooked under the appliance.

■ Turn on the appliance after placing a saucepan, pan, etc. on the cooker. Otherwise, high temperature might lead to deformation on some components of your product.

■ Turn off the cooker’s burner before taking the saucepan, pan, etc. off the cooker.

■ Do not leave hot oil on your cooker. Pots that contain hot oil might lead to inflammation.

■ Since oils could catch fire when you cook fried foods in particular, be careful about your curtains and tablecloths.

■ Ensure timely replacement of the filters. Filters not replaced in a timely manner pose risk of fire due to accumulated grease deposits on them.

■ Do not use non-fire-resistant filtering materials instead of the filter.

■ Do not operate your product without filter, and do not remove the filters when the product is in use.

■ In case of any deflagration, de-energize the cooker hood and cooking appliances. (Plug off the appliance or turn off the main switch).

■ If your product’s periodic cleaning is not made in a timely manner, it could pose risk of fire.

■ De-energize the appliance before any maintenance operations. (Plug off the appliance or turn off the main switch.)

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■ When electric cooker hood and devices fed with energies other than electricity operate simultaneously, the negative pressure in the room must not exceed 4 Pa ( 4 X 10 bar ).

■ Gas or fuel oil burning appliances, such as room heaters, which share the same environment with your product, must be fully insulated from the exhaust of this product or they must be hermetical.

■ When you make a flue connection for your product, use pipes with a diameter of 150mm or 120 mm.

■ The length of the pipe connection as well as the number of elbows must be as minimum as possible.

■ Children should not tamper with the device.

■ For your safety, use ”MAX 6 A” fuse in the cooker hood system.

■ Since the packing materials could be dangerous, keep them away from children.

■ If the feeder cable is damaged, it must be replaced by its manufacturer or authorized technical service or any other personnel qualified at the same level, in order to avoid any dangerous situation.

■ In case of any deflagration, de-energize the cooker hood and cooking appliances, and cover the flame. Never use water to extinguish the fire.

■ When cooking appliances are in operation, their accessible parts could be hot.

■ This appliance is not intended to be used by people with physical, sensory and mental disabilities (including children) or those who have not adequate experience and knowledge regarding its use, unless they are under the supervision of a person responsible for the safety of the appliance.

WARNINGS AND SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

■ After the installation of the cooker hood, the minimum distance must be 65 cm between the product and any electric cooker; and 75 cm between it and any gas ranges or cookers burning other fuels.

■ Output of the cooker hood must not be connected to air ducts, where there exist another smokes.

■ You must be careful when using the appliance spontaneously with other appliances (e.g. gas, diesel fuels, coal or wood burning heaters, shower heaters, etc.) Attention must be paid when using them simultaneously. It is because the cooker hood could adversely affect the combustion, by discharging the ambient air.

■ This warning does not apply to uses without flue.

■ When electric cooker hood is used simultaneously with devices that use gas or other fuels, there must be sufficient ventilation in the room

(might not apply to devices that discharges the air back into the room).

■ Simultaneous operation of more than one gas cooker leads to generation of high heat. A ventilation appliance placed on the surface of cookers might therefore get damaged or burn.

Do not operate two gas cookers in high heat for more than 15 minutes. One large burner with more than 5kW (Work) power generates power equal to that of two gas burners.

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WARNINGS AND SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

2.1 Life-Threatening Danger, Poisoning Danger

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DANGER

There are life-threatening danger and poisoning danger due to reabsorbed combustion gases.

During the air discharge outlet use, unless sufficient air supply is provided, do not use the appliance simultaneously with devices that discharge toxic gases through flue such as ventilated, gas, oil, wood or coal burning heaters, shower heaters, water heaters, etc.

Fig. 2: Poisoning Danger

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DANGER

Fire danger!

Due to sparkling. Installation of appliance over a heating device that is heated by using solid fuels (for ex. wood or coal) is only allowed if an non-detachable cover is present. For the installation process, attention must be paid to current applicable construction regulations and regulations of local electric and gas companies.

Appliance might lead to fire unless it is produced in accordance with cleaning instructions.

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DANGER

2.2 Danger of electric shock!

Do not bend or jam the connection cable during installation due to danger of damaged connection cable.

Ventilated devices (e.g. gas, oil, wood or coal burning heaters, shower heaters, water heaters) take combustion air from the installation location, and discharge the waste gas through a waste gas system (e.g. flue). When the cooker hood is active, it absorbs air from the kitchen and neighbouring rooms. If adequate air entry is not provided vacuum emerges. In such a case, the toxic gases are absorbed from the flue and waste gas channel, and are taken into to door again. Fig. 2

Therefore, adequate fresh air ingress must always be ensured. Fig. 3

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DANGER

2.3 Danger of physical injury!

■ During the installation, there is a danger of physical injury due to the sharp edges. Use protective gloves throughout the installation process of the appliance.

■ Due to risk of dropping the appliance, assembly of all safety bolts and covers must be performed as specified in the user manual.

Fig. 3

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WARNINGS AND SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

A

DANGER

2.4 Danger of burn, danger of electric shock!

■ TAllow the appliance to cool before cleaning or maintenance process. Switch off the fuse or pull out the mains plug from the socket.

■ There is risk of damage due to ingress of moisture in the electronics. Do not clean the control components with a wet cloth.

■ The surface could be damaged due to a wrong cleaning process. Clean stainless steel surfaces only in their brushing direction. Do not use a stainless steel cleaner for the control elements.

■ The surface could be damaged due to aggressive and abrasive cleaning agents. Never use aggressive and abrasive cleaning agents.

■ There is risk of damage due to backflow of condensate. Mount the air outlet channel downwards from the appliance (slope of 1°).

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DANGER

2.5 Dangers of fire and physical injury!

In case of repairing that is not performed according to the rules or as required, turn off the fuse or unplug the feeder cable of your appliance. Repairing must be performed only by the authorized technical service or authorized experts.

NOTE

If the appliance is faulty or damages, turn off the fuse or unplug the feeder cable of your appliance and call the authorized service.

NOTE

If the feeder cable is damaged, it must be replaced by its manufacturer or its authorized technical service or any other personnel qualified at the same level, in order to avoid any dangerous situation.

NOTE

If the bulbs of your appliance are faulty, turn off the fuse or unplug the feeder cable of your appliance. Replace the bulbs immediately to avoid overload on other bulbs (wait for the bulbs to cool down first)

A

DANGER

Accessible components might be heated when used with cooking devices.

A

DANGER

Air outlet pipe of this appliance mustn’t be connected in the flue used to discharge the fume generated by devices that use gas or other fuels.

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USAGE WITH AND WITHOUT CARBON FILTER

3 USAGE WITH AND WITHOUT CARBON FILTER

You can use this appliance in exhaust air mode and ventilated air mode.

Ventilated air mode

Exhaust air mode

The absorbed air is cleaned by the grease filters, and is discharged through a piping system. 4

Absorbed air is cleaned by the grease filters and an active carbon filter, and then it is transferred back to the kitchen. 5

Fig. 4: Air Outlet without Carbon Filter

A

WARNING

Death Risk!

Fig. 5: Air Outlet with Carbon Filter

Exhaust gases that are reabsorbed might lead to poisoning. Exhaust air must not be transferred to an active smoke or waste gas flue; or a flue used for ventilation of the places, where heat sources are installed.

■ If you want to transfer exhaust air to an inactive smoke or waste gas flue, you need to obtain permission from an authorized chimney sweep.

■ If exhaust air is discharged through the external wall, a telescopic wall safe must be used.

To retain the substances that lead to odour in ventilated air mode, you must attach an active carbon filter. Consult your authorized dealer for various options available to use your appliance in ventilated air mode. You can purchase the accessories required for this process for related sales points, authorized services or online sales centre

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3.1 Replacement of Carbon Filter

In environments without flue, active carbon filter must be used for filtering the air and resending it in. Active carbon filter must be supplied from service or your dealer. De-energize the appliance before replacing the carbon filter. Since carbon filter is used in kitchens with no flue outlet, it must be replaced in every 3-5 months depending on the use.

Carbon filter must never be washed. Grease filters must be installed in the product, regardless of whether or not carbon filters are used. Do not use your product without grease filter.

USAGE WITH AND WITHOUT CARBON FILTER

If carbon filter does not fit in completely, it might drop and damage your product.

A

DANGER

Do not wash carbon filters. Keep the carbon filters away from children.

3.2 Replacement of AF 100 Carbon

Filter

Fig. 6: AF 100 CARBON FILTER

The appliance you have purchased is appropriate for use with AF 90 carbon filters.

1. Place the carbon filter in its housing. Fig. 6

2. Rotating the carbon filter clockwise, ensure that it is completely fit. Fig. 6

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CLEANING AND PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE

4 CLEANING AND PREVENTI-

VE MAINTENANCE

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DANGER

■ Prior to each maintenance and cleaning, cooker hood must be unplugged, and appliance must be dead

■ Cleaning and user maintenance of the appliance shall not be performed by unattended children.

■ The surface could be damaged due to aggressive and abrasive cleaning agents.

Never use aggressive and abrasive cleaning agents. Supply your cleaning and protective substances that are appropriate for your appliance from the authorized technical service. Surface of appliance and control units are sensitive to scratching.

■ Clean the surfaces with a soft and damp cloth, dish-washing liquid or mild glass cleaning agent. Soften the dry, sticky dirt with a damp cloth. Do not scrape!

■ It is not appropriate to use dry cloths, sponges that may scratch, materials that require rubbing, and other aggressive cleaning agents containing sand, soda, acid or chlorine.

■ Clean the stainless steel surfaces in their brushing direction only.

■ Do not use stainless steel cleaning agents and wet clothes for control units. Cleaning of metal grease filters Used metal grease filters retain the greasy particles in the moisture and vapour generated in the kitchen. Clean the metal grease filters about every three months, under normal use conditions (1 to 2 hours a day).

■ Do not use excessively effective, acidic or alkaline cleaning agents.

■ For cleaning the metal grease filters, clean the holder parts of the metal grease filters in the appliance, with a damp cloth as well.

■ You can clean the metal grease filters in the dishwasher or by hand.

4.1 Washing in Dishwasher

■ In case of washing in dishwasher, a slight change might occur in colour. This has no effect on the function of the metal grease filter.

■ Do not wash the excessively dirty metal grease filters together with dishes.

■ Place the metal grease filters loosely and freely in the dishwasher. Metal grease filters must be placed in the dishwasher without jamming.

4.2 Hand Wash

For stubborn dirts, you can use a special grease solvent. You can buy such an agent from the authorized sales centre.

■ Soften the metal grease filters in a hot water with dish-washing liquid.

■ Use a brush for cleaning and wait for the liquid in metal grease filters to flow off completely.

■ Rinse the filters thoroughly after cleaning.

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DANGER

Thanks to timely cleaning of metal grease filter, the fire danger caused by excessive heat that is generated during frying is avoided.

4.3 Removal/Installation of Aluminium Filter

Pull the aluminium filter towards you by pressing on its tab in the arrow direction. Reverse the process to install the filter.

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5 INSTALLATION OF APPLIANCE

INSTALLATION OF APPLIANCE

Fig. 7: INSTALLATION OF APPLIANCE

After completing the installation of cooker hood, the minimum distance must be 650 mm between the product and any electric cooker; and 750 mm between it and any gas ranges or cookers burning other fuels. Fig. 7

5.1 Installation and Unpacking of the Appliance

5.2 Recommendations for Energy

Saving

Check that your appliance is not deformed.

■ Report the transport issues immediately to transport operator.

■ Any faults encountered shall be reported to the dealer, too.

■ Do not allow children to play the with packaging materials !!!

■ Replace the carbon filters on a regular basis.

■ Regularly clean your aluminium filters. Since dirty filters would block the air passage, you might have to use the appliance at a higher speed.

■ Use your product according to its normal speeds.

■ Use at higher speed would cause an increase in the energy consumption.

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INSTALLATION OF APPLIANCE

5.3 Exhaust Air Mode

A

WARNING

Death Risk!!

Exhaust gases that are reabsorbed might lead to poisoning. Exhaust air must not be transferred to an active smoke or waste gas flue; or a flue used for ventilation of the places, where heat sources are installed. If you want to transfer exhaust air to an inactive smoke or waste gas flue, you need to obtain permission from an authorized chimney sweep. If exhaust air is discharged over the external wall, a telescopic wall case must be used.

5.4 Air Discharge Line

Information: Manufacturer of appliance cannot be held responsible for defects caused by laid pipes.

■ Appliance shows the highest performance when a short and flat air outlet pipe and a pipe diameter as large as possible is used.

■ Optimum ventilation performance cannot be reached and noise of fan increases when long and rough air outlet pipes and multiple pipe elbows or pipe diameters smaller than 150mm are used.

■ Pipes or hoses used in laying the air outlet line must be made of inflammable materials.

Circular Pipes

It is recommended that inner diameter should be

150 mm or at least 120 mm.

Flat Channels

Inner Section must be appropriate to the diameter of circular pipes.

Ø150 mm approx. 177 cm²

Ø120 mm approx. 173 cm²

■ Flat channels shouldn’t have sharp elbows.

■ Use sealing strips for different pipe diameters.

5.5 Checking the Wall

■ Wall must be flat, straight and have the sufficient bearing capacity.

■ Depth of drilling holes must comply with the length of bolts. Dowels must fit in properly.

■ Bolts and dowels in the enclosure are appropriate for use in rigid monolithic walls. Use appropriate fasting materials for different constructions (for ex. plasterboard, aerated concrete, proton bricks).

■ Maximum weight of your cooker hood is 40

Kg.

5.6 Electrical Connection

A

WARNING

Electric Shock Danger!

Components in the appliance might have sharp edges. Connection cable can be damaged. Do not bend or jam the connection cable during installation.

Necessary connection data is provided on the type label found inside your appliance; metal grease filters must be removed to see the label.

Length of connection line: approx.

1.3 m

This appliance complies with EU interference elimination guidelines.

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WARNING

5.7 Danger of Electric Shock!

It must always be possible to disconnect the appliance from the electric network. Appliance must be plugged in a protected contact outlet that is mounted in accordance with the rules. If the plug cannot be reached after installation or during the required fixed connection, there must be many pole separation assemblies available with at least 3 mm contact distance to the installation. Fixed connection must be performed by an electronics expert only.

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6 CONTENT OF PACKAGE

CONTENT OF PACKAGE

Fig. 8: CONTENT OF PACKAGE

1. Product

2. Inner Flue

3. Outer Flue

4. 150/120mm Plastic Flue

5. Flue Connection Plate

6. 150mm Flue Adapter (Option)

7. Remote Control

8. User Manual

9. Assembly Pattern

10. Product Hanging Plate

11. Ø6mm Plastic Dowel

12. Ø10mm Plastic Dowel

13. 5.5x60 Wall Mount Screw

14. M5x35 Mount Screw

15. 3.9x22 Flue Connection Plate Screw

16. 3.5x9.5 Flue Connection Screw

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OVERVIEW OF COOKER HOOD

7 OVERVIEW OF COOKER

HOOD

Fig. 9: OVERVIEW OF COOKER HOOD

1. Inner Flue

2. Outer Flue

3. Body

4. Glass

5. Control Panel

6. Cooker Lighting

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8 ASSEMBLY OF PRODUCT

8.1 Installation Diagram and Components

ASSEMBLY OF PRODUCT

Fig. 10: ASSEMBLY INSTALLATION AND COMPONENTS

1. Inner Flue

2. Outer Flue

3. Glass

4. Body

5. 2x 3.9x22 Flue Connection Plate Screw

6. Flue Connection Plate

7. 2x Ø6mm Plastic Dowel

8. 4x 5.5x60 Wall Mount Screw

9. 4x Ø10mm Plastic Dowel

10. Product Hanging Plate

• Perform the assembly of the cooker hood with the help of the assembly scheme. (Fig.

8/9).

• Affix the assembly pattern on the wall, at the specified height (See the minimum and maximum distances intended for the worktop, in the assembly pattern). Perforate points A, B, C and D. (Fig. 10)

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• Insert Ø10mm wall plugs into the holes drilled as A, B, C, and D and screw down the screws at the points A + B, in such a way as to remain 5mm space between the screw head and the wall (Fig. 10)

• Affix the hanging plate of the cooker hood on the body of the cooker hood with M5x35 screw (4) (Fig. 10/10).

• Hang it on the wall with the hanging plate of the cooker hood. If the cooker hood is not parallel, loosen or tighten M5x35 screws to make the cooker hood parallel.

• Tighten A + B (2) fixing screw on the wall, and completely secure the product from its points D and C.

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ASSEMBLY OF PLASTIC FLUE

8.2 Assembly of Plastic Flue

Fig. 11: PLASTIC FLUE CONNECTION

1. Ø150/120 mm Flue Adapter (Option)

2. 2x 3,5x9,5 Screw

3. Ø120/150 mm Plastic Flue (Option.)

4. Body

■ Attach the plastic flue (3) to the product’s body (4). (Fig. 11).

■ If required, attach the connection part (1) on the plastic flue (3), and press on it thoroughly. Make the air connections of the product.

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9 ASSEMBLY OF PLATE

FUELS

ASSEMBLY OF PLATE FUELS connection plate with 3.9x22 screws (Page 16

Fig.10)

Affix the inner flue (1) to the flue connection plate (3) from its left and right sides with screws

(2), by pulling it left-upwards (Fig.12).

Fig. 12: ASSEMBLY OF PLATE FUELS

1. Inner Flue

2. Flue Connection Plate Fixing Screws

3. Flue Connection Plate

4. Flue Lower Fixing Screws

The outer and inner sheet metal flues are assembled one within the other.

The cooker hood is set in the midst, and then the flue connecting plate (3) is directly affixed to the wall, under the cover or points E and F are marked after performing a measurement. (Page

16 Fig.10)

Drill points E and F with Ø6mm drill bit, and insert Ø6mm and plastic dowels. Insert the flue

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USE OF PRODUCT

Fan kademesi göstergesi

Fan On/Off

Fan On/Off Timer Lamba On/Off Fan Kademesi

Küçültmesi

Fan Kademesi

Büyültmesi

Fan Kademesi

Küçültmesi

Turning on the fan: Alternate 1

Fan kademesi göstergesi Push on the On/Off key.

Increase the fan level with fan level with

Fan On/Off Fan Kademesi

button.

Fan Kademesi Timer Lamba On/Off

Fan kademesi göstergesi

Büyültmesi Küçültmesi

Illumination

Küçültmesi

Fan Kademesi

Büyültmesi

Timer Lamba On/Off

You can turn on or turn off the lighting independently from the fan.

If you press the program button more than 3 seconds, overhead lighting will be activated. To switch off the overhead lighting, press the lamp button more than

3 seconds.

Timer: When you press this button for more than 2 seconds, a timer function of 15 minutes shall be activated, display shall signal when the timing function has started and motor shall stop automatically after 15 minutes.

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REPLACEMENT OF LAMPS

11 REPLACEMENT OF

LAMPS

A

DANGER

Disconnect the electrical supply of the cooker hood. Leave the lamps to cool down first because they could burn your hands when they are hot.

Remove the aluminium cartridge filter. Remove the faulty bulb and replace with a new one with the same rating.Fig. 12

11.1 Replacement of Halogen

Fig. 12: Replacement of LED Lamp

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AUTHORIZED TECHNICAL SERVICE

12 AUTHORIZED TECHNICAL SERVICE

If Lighting is Not Functioning:

■ Make sure that the plug is plugged in, and that the fuses are intact.

■ Check the bulbs. Make sure you unplugged the device before performing this check. Tighten the bulbs if they are loose; you can replace the bulbs if they still don’t work.

Possible Faults and What-to-Do Before

Calling the Technical Service:

A) If the appliance does not work in any way:

■ Check to see if the cooker hood is plugged in or if the plug is fit properly into the socket.

■ Check the fuse, to which the appliance is connected, as well as the main fuse of your house.

If the performance of appliance is insufficient or it operates with too much noise:

■ Is the outlet diameter of the appliance’s flue adequate? (min.120 mm).

■ Are the metal filters clean? Please check.

■ If you use the cooker hood without flue, make sure that the carbon filters are not older than 6 months.

■ Be attentive to ventilate your kitchen adequately, in order to provide an airflow. If you are still not satisfied with the performance of the appliance, consult the authorized technical service.

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AUTHORIZED TECHNICAL SERVICE

12.1 Potential Failures and Solutions

Description of

Failure

Appliance Does Not

Work.

Lighting Lamp Does Not

Operate.

Lighting Lamp Does Not

Operate.

Lighting Lamp Does Not

Operate.

Product’s Air Intake is

Weak.

Product’s Air Intake is

Weak.

Product’s Air Intake is

Weak.

Reason

Check the power connection.

Check the power connection.

Check the power connection.

Check the bulbs.

Help

Mains voltage must be 220-240 V, and product must be plugged into a grounded socket.

Mains voltage must be 220-240 V, and product must be plugged into a grounded socket.

Lamp switch must be at “on” position.

It Does Not Discharge Air

(in flueless use)

It Does Not Discharge Air

(in flueless use)

Check the carbon filter.

Check the aluminium filter.

Check the carbon filter.

Bulbs must be operative.

Check the aluminium filter.

The aluminium cartridge filter should be washed once a month under normal conditions.

Check the air outlet flue. Air Outlet Flue Must Be Open.

In products that work with carbon filters, carbon filter must be replaced once in every

3 months under normal conditions.

The aluminium cartridge filter should be washed once a month under normal conditions.

In products that work with carbon filters, carbon filter must be replaced once in every

3 months under normal conditions.

12.2 Technical Table

Supply Voltage 220 - 240 V 50Hz

Insulation Class of Motor F

Insulation Class CLASS I

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