installation instructions
INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
CARE AND USE MANUAL FOR:
BUILT-IN RANGE HOODS
Models covered by this instructions:
SU900 -SUT900 - SUE900 - SU901 - SU902 - SU903
SU908 - SU906 - SU913
*** BEFORE INSTALLATION ***
ENSURE THERE IS NO VISIBLE OR HIDDEN DAMAGE SUSTAINED
DURING SHIPPING
*** SHIPPING DAMAGE ***
MUST BE REPORTED WITHIN 5 DAYS OF RECEIPT
W A R N I NG
Thank you for purchasing a Sirius Range Hood.
Please read all the instructions in this manual before
installing the appliance.
Save these instructions for future reference.
Only use this appliance as an exhaust ventilation system for the removal of
cooking vapors. DO NOT use to expel flammable substances or any other
materials or vapors.
The installation procedures in this manual are intended for qualified installers, service technicians or persons with similar qualified background.
DO NOT attempt to install this appliance yourself.
Ensure that electrical power is turned off at source before commencing installation. All electrical wiring must be properly installed, insulated and
grounded and conform to all applicable codes and standards.
Make sure all existing duct work is clean of grease build up, or duct work
should be replaced, if necessary, to avoid the possibility of a grease fire.
Check all joints on ductwork to ensure proper connection and all joints
should be properly taped. Be careful when cutting through ceilings or walls
not to damage any hidden pipes or electrical wiring. Ensure your kitchen has
sufficient air return vents to replace the exhausted air.
Fan ducts should always be vented to the outside of your home and never
into spaces within walls, ceilings, lofts or attics. Only use rigid, smooth
steel for ducting. The exhaust point of the blower requires a 6” or 8” round
connection.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
BEFORE YOU BEGIN
4
DUCTING
4
Duct Run Calculation
5
External venting Requirements
ELECTRICAL
Electrical Supply
4
5
5
INSTALLATION
6
Connecting Electricity and Ducting
9
Applications
Re-Circulating Requirements
6
12
OPERATING PROCEDURES
13
Functions
13
General Advice
13
MAINTENANCE
16
Cleaning the Hood
16
Cleaning the Filter
Light Bulb Replacement
WARRANTY
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BEFORE YOU BEGIN
The manufacturer declines all responsibility in the event of failure to observe the
instructions given here for installation,
maintenance and suitable operation of
the product. The manufacturer further
declines all responsibility for injury due
to negligence and the warranty of the
unit automatically expires due to improper maintenance and/or installation.
BEFORE YOU BEGIN: It is advisable to test
run the range hood before installation.
BEFORE STARTING – please read this entire document and ensure you are fully
conversant with the require-ments and
limitations. These units weigh approximately 125lbs and therefore require a
minimum of two people to install.
DUCTING
(Not applicable if the range hood is used
in re-circulating mode).
WARNING: Do not vent this appliance
into any other ductwork, spaces between
walls, ceilings, attics, garages or any
other confined space.
External Venting Requirements.
When planning new ductwork, always
look for the most direct route to the outside. Venting can be done through the
roof or directly through the back outside
wall. (See Figure 1 and 2) Only use rigid type metal ducting (plastic ducting is
generally not permitted by code). Flexible ducting could restrict airflow by up
to 50%.
fig. 1
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Always fasten connections with sheet metal
screws and tape all joints with certified Silver Tape or Duct Tape. Do not use screws
to fasten ductwork to the hood, only use
tape as the screws will stop the dampers
from opening and your hood will not work.
This hood re-quires a 6” if it’s gas or gas
cook top 8” is recommended round duct
outlet. You can increase the duct size of
the duct run but never decrease it. Use
the shortest and most direct route possible. Always, wherever possible, reduce the
number of transitions and turns with as
few sharp angles as possible. Two staggered 45 degree angles are better than one
90 degree. Make these turns as far away
from the motor exhaust as possible, with
as much space between each bend. Need
18” from the hood to the first elbow.
fig. 2
Duct Run Calculation.
The maximum duct run before effecting
the performance of the hood is 100’. Calculate your duct run by measuring linear
feet and adding the elbows, transitions
and caps based on the table below.
Maximum Run
6” or 3 1/4 x 10” duct *
100 FT
Each 90 elbow used
15FT
Deduct
Each 45 elbow used
Each 6” or 3 1/4 x 10” duct
9FT
Transition used
1FT
Transition used
5FT
Roof Cap
30FT
Each 3” 1/4 x 10” to 6”
Side Wall with damper
The ducting connection to the hood
must be in line with the central vertical axis of the range hood 1” away from
the back wall on which the hood is to be
mounted.
Range hoods may interrupt the proper
flow of combustion gases from fireplaces, gas furnaces and gas water heaters.
To minimize the risk of drawing these
lethal gases back into the home, please
follow the heating equipment manufacturers safety standards and guidelines
carefully.
Refer to NFPA and ASHRAE for additional
information.
30FT
* Gas range or gas cook top shuld be 8”.
ELECTRICAL
WARNING: All electrical work must be
performed by a qualified electrician.
Please ensure that the appropriate electrical codes or prevailing local building codes and ordinances are adhered to.
Ensure that the electricity supply is disconnected at source. Do not use an extension cord or adapter plug with this
appliance.
This appliance must be grounded. Connect to a properly grounded branch
circuit, protected by a 15 amp circuit
breaker.
Electrical Supply.
This appliance requires 120V/60Hz,
3amp electrical supply – ensure an appropriately qualified person completes
the electrical hook-up. The connection
point for the electrical supply is at the top
of the unit, therefore the electrical supply
must be run down from the ceiling alongside the ductwork.
All electrical and venting hook-ups must
be in place before commencing installation of the hood-fan.
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I N ST A L L A T I O N
The minimum distance between supporting surface for the cooking vessels on the hob, and the lowest part of
the range hood shall be at least 30”.
Applications
The SU900 - SUT900 – SUE900 can
either be installed inside a wall cabinet
(provided the inside depth is greater
than 11”) or used in a custom designed
wooden hood. Where installed directly
into a wall cabinet, there are two options:
SU900 - SUT900 – SUE900 20”
10” 3/8 X 19” 19/32
SU900 - SUT900 – SUE900 27” 10” 3/8 X 26” 11/16
SU901 32”
13/32
X 16”
SU902 10”
25/64
X 26” ½
SU903 27”
9/16
9”
15/16
X 25”
9/16
SU903 35”
7/16
9”
15/16
X 33”
7/16
Directly into the cabinet without any
form of hood. Directly into the cabinet
together with Sch31A where the Sch31A
acts as a liner hood and is attached to either the underside of the cabinet or into
the sides of the cabinets alongside.
SU908
The SU901 can either be installed inside
a wall cabinet or used in a custom designed wooden hood. Where installed
directly into a wall cabinet, there are two
options:
Directly into the cabinet or directly into
the cabinet together with the adjustable
Pro liners where the adjustable Pro liners act as a cabinet protection against
the heat. The depth of the adjustable pro
liners can vary from 23.5” to 25.9”).
The SU902, SU903, SU906, SU913 can
either be installed inside a wall cabinet
or used in a custom designed wooden
hood.
Depending on which model is used, prepare a cut-out in the underside of the
wooden hood to allow the powerpack to
fit up into the hood using the following
dimensions:
6
3/16
12”
5/8
X 26”
2/2
SU906 33”
15/32
10” 14/32 X 32”
14/16
SU906 20”
15/32
10” 14/32 X 18”
19/32
SU913 20”
15/32
10” 3/8 X 19”
49/64
SU913 30”
23/32
10” 3/8 X 30”
5/64
If Sch31A or a Pro Liner are being used,
they can be held up under the cabinet
and used as a template.
If Sch31A or a Pro Liner are to be used
for under cabinet application, they
should be installed now.
Installing a SCH31A with SU900 SUT900 – SUE900. Hold the Sch31A under the cabinet and Screw it to the 4 hole
locations. Make sure it lines up with the
cut out in your cabinet. The power pack
has pressure springs (to be adjusted) on
the front and back that will “hook” onto
the top surface of the underside of the
hood when it is pushed up into the hole
that has been cut out (refer to figure 3).
Installing SU900 - SUT900 – SUE900
without a SCH31A. The power pack has
pressure springs (to be adjusted) on the
front and back that will “hook” onto the
top surface of the underside of the hood
when it is pushed up into the hole that
has been cut out (refer to figure 3).
fig. 3
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There are four holes on the inside of the
SUT900 to fix the unit into the edge of
the base of the wooden hood (refer to
figure 4).
Install the front part of the liner adjusting
it to the depth of the cabinet. (refer to figure 6).
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Installing a Adjustable Pro Liner with
SU901. Once the cut out has been done
install the Adjustable Pro Liner and make
sure it lines up with the cut out in your
cabinet. Screw it to the 4 hole locations
(refer to figure 5).
fig. 6
Screw it to the 3 hole locations.
Attention: be sure the cabinet has a minimum thickness of 0.75” on the 4 sides.
fig. 5
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The power pack has pressure springs (to
be adjusted) on the front and back that
will “hook” onto the top surface of the
underside of the hood when it is pushed
up into the hole that has been cut out
(refer to figure 3).
Installing SU902. The power pack has
pressure springs (to be adjusted) on the
front and back that will “hook” onto the
top surface of the underside of the hood
when it is pushed up into the hole that
has been cut out (refer to figure 3).
Installing SU903. The power pack has
pressure springs (to be adjusted) on the
front and back that will “hook” onto the
top surface of the underside of the hood
when it is pushed up into the hole that
has been cut out (refer to figure 7-8).
Insert and Fix the 4 clamping levers as
described in the pictures 9.
fig. 9
Screw carefully in order to keep the product straight.
INSTALLING SU908
There are four holes on the inside of the
SU908 to fix the unit intothe edge of the
base of the wooden hood (refer to figure 4).
Connecting Electricity and Ducting.
Please refer to the Electrical Supply section on page 2 for the required location
of the electrical supply.
CAUTION: Make sure the power is turned off at source. Make electrical connections (refer to Figure 10). Ensure that
the plastic flaps at the exhaust outlet for
the fan move freely and have not become
jammed or stuck.
fig. 7-8
fig. 10
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INSTALLATION SU906
Before installing the appliance, make
sure that none of the parts is damaged
in any way. In case of damaged parts,
contact your retailer and do not proceed
with installation.
Read all of the following instructions
with care before installing the appliance.
The LED bar of the range hood are supplied in the packaging, and you need to
assemble them at the end of the installation.
- Before installing the appliance, remuve
the metal grase filter and the oil collector. Thes filter could be removed by pushing the handles towards the back side
of the cooker hood and turning it downwards to unfasten it from its slot.
To install the appliance please respect
the follow instructions.
The appliance must be install by competent authorities. In order to do not
damage the electronic parts of the appliance please do not use added screws.
Essential precautions to respect before
installing the appliance are the following:
- Prepare the power supply.
- Prepare a hole for the exhaust of the air both in the filtering and in the exhau sting version.
- Do not use screws to fix the outlet pipe to the cooker hoods.
- Avoid abrupt direction changes.
To have made a cut-out on the bottom
of the cabinet which is suitable to hold
the appliance in position.
SU906 20”
SU906 33”
To remuve the oil collector, loosen the
two screws as indicated.
10
15/32
15/32
10” 3/8 X 18”
10” 3/8 X 32”
19/32
14/16
Right now, after drilling the kitchen cabinet please follow carefully the instructions above, calibrate the fixing spring
depending on the depth of cabinet.
At this point, insert the range hood inside the kitchen cabinet until the fixed
springs will be hooked into.
Insert the LED bar on the appropriate
hole until it will be hooked into.
Fix the range hood to the cabinet, in the
front and rear sides, using by the screws
equipped.
To fix the hood on the rear side apply the
screws on the holes of oil container as
on pics indicated and fasten the screws.
At this point take the oil container and
hook it on the appropriate hole of the
hood. Please be careful not to scratch
and damage the product.
When the screws have been fastened,
take the LED bar and connect the two pin
connector.
Fix the oil container fixing the pommels
of range hood.
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At the end, place the grease filters that
were removed before.
Connect the appropriate length of ducting to the fan exhaust point and join up
with the ducting to the exterior.
Do not fix the ducting to the range
hood exhaust outlet with screws-use
duct tape. Use duct tape on all joints.
Rear vented version
All the models with one motor can be
rear vented; if the customer wants to use
this option, it is necessary to remove the
18 screws from the motor group support. Then take the metal support with
motor included out. Turn the motor to
have the air outlet on the rear side and
fix the scews previously removed.
Re-Circulating Requirements.
If the unit is to be used in the recirculating mode, fit the carbon filters after the
installation is complete (refer to Figure
11).
fig. 11
The carbon filter fits in behind the aluminium grease filter. Ensure that the
plastic tabs on the carbon filter are facing outwards otherwise it will be difficult to remove it later for replacement.
A short length of ductwork must be
connected from the exhaust outlet on
the fan to wherever the air is to be
exhausted.
Allow sufficient space to connect the
ductwork to the top of the exhaust outlet on the fan housing. Do not fix the
ducting to the range hood exhaust outlet with screws, use duct tape. Duct tape
should be used on all joints.
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OPER A T I N G P R O C E D U R E S
Read all the instructions before operating the appliance. Save these instructions for future reference.
General Advice.
Ensure that the grease filters are in place.
Without these components, operating
blowers could catch on to hair, fingers
and loose clothing. Keep fan, filters and
surfaces clean of grease and fat. Always
turn hood fan ON when cooking. NEVER
leave cooking unattended.
FUNCTION
SU900–SU901–SU902–SU903-SU908SU906-SU913 (Fig. 12).
A: Light ON/OFF button
B: Blower Speed 1 (low) or OFF
C: Blower Speed 2 (medium)
D: Blower Speed 3 (high)
E: Blower Speed 4 (intensive)
F: 10 Minute Timer
NEVER dispose cigarette ashes, ignitable
substances or any foreign objects into
blowers.
Cooking that generates flame is not recommended as this hood is equipped
with a thermal overload that will shut
down the motor if it senses excessive
heat. When frying, oil in the pan can easily overheat and ignite. Heat oil slowly
in an appropriately sized pot (covering
the entire burner) to reduce the risk of
boiling over and burning.
In the event of a range top grease fire,
observe the following:
fig. 12
SUE900 (Fig. 13)
A: Light ON/OFF button
B: Blower Speed 1 (low) or OFF
C: Blower Speed 2 (medium)
D: Blower Speed 3 (high)
E: Hood in operation light
Switch OFF the range hood. Turn off
the cook top then smother flames with
a close fitting lid, cookie sheet or other
metal tray. If the flames do not go out
immediately.
EVACUATE AND CALL THE FIRE DEPARTMENT.
Never pick up a flaming pan – you may
be burned. DO NOT USE WATER including wet dishcloths or towels, as a violent steam explosion may occur.
fig. 13
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RC001
RADIO CONTROL
Radio control used for the remote operation
of ducted cooker hoods.
TECHNICAL DATA
- Alkaline battery powered: 12 V mod. 23 A
- Operating frequency: 433.92 Mhz
- Combinations: 32.768
- Max. consumption: 25 mA
- Operating temperature: -20 ÷ + 55 °C
- Dimensions: 120 x 45 x 15 mm.
OPERATING DESCRIPTION
The transmitter is equipped with 5 buttons
for cooker hood management, as specified
below:
: Light ON/OFF command.
: Reduce speed.
: Motor ON (speed level 1) / OFF command.
: Increase speed.
: 10-minute timer.
INITIAL OPERATING CONDITION
The manufacturer supplies the radio control
unit ready to be used with codes preset in the
Factory
Generatiing a new transmiissiion code:
The radio control system is provided with
preset codes. Should new codes be required,
proceed as follows: Press simultaneously buttons:
for two seconds. When Leds light on, press
buttons:
(within 5 seconds). Leds flashing 3 times indicate
the procedure is completed.
WARNING! This operation deletes permanently the preset codes.
Learniing the new transmiissiion code:
Once the transmission code is changed in the
radio control unit, the electronic central unit
of the cooker hood must be made to set the
new code in the fol- lowing way:
Press the main power-off button of the hood
and then restore power to the electronic control unit. Within the next 15 seconds, press
the Liight Button
to synchronise the central unit with the code.
Reset of the Factory confiiguratiion:
To restore the Factory configuration, follow
the pro- cedure described below: press simultaneously buttons:
OPERATION MODE
Standard configuration:
Standard configuration requires all “cooker
hoods – radio control - system” to be provided with the same transmission code. In the
event two cooker hoods – radio control system are installed in the same room or nearby, each system may affect the operation of
the another. Therefore, the code of one radio
control system must be changed.
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for 2 seconds. When Leds light on, press buttons:
(within 5 seconds). Leds flashing 6 times indicate the procedure is completed.
WARNING! This operation deletes permanently the preset codes.
Emergency button:
In the event that the radio control does not
work, use the emergency button to switch
the appliance off. After any necessary repairs have been performed, reset the emergency
button.
WARNIING
The battery should be replaced every year
to guarantee the optimal range of the transmitter.
To replace the exhausted battery, take the
plastic lid off, remove the battery and replace it with a new one, observing the correct battery polarities.
Used batteries should be discarded in special collection bins.
The below product:
RC001 Radiio Controll
complies with the specifications set out in
the R&TTE Directive 99/5/EC.
WARNING
Any adjustments or modifications which
have not been expressly approved by the
holder of the legal conformity certificate
may invalidate the user’s rights relating to
the operation of the device.
Rev. 0 26/08/14
The products are endowed with an electronic
device which allows the automatic switching
off after 4 hours working from the last operation.
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Warning The battery should be replaced every year to guarantee the optimal
range of the transmitter. To replace the
exhausted battery, take the plastic lid
off, remove the battery and replace it
with a new one, observing the correct battery polarities. Used batteries
should be discarded in special collection bins.
Filter requires washing indicator: after
30 hours of use, all the buttons will light up to remind you that the grease filter
should be cleaned. Follow the instructions for cleaning filters in this booklet.
Once the grease filters have been cleaned
and replaced, reset by pressing the timer
button (F). Do not rely solely on this indicator. Generally, the grease filter should
be washed on a regular basis to avoid
grease filter fires.
The blower should be turned on for approximately 5 minutes before cooking
in order to establish air currents upward
through the hood. Use the low speeds
for normal use and the higher speeds for
strong odors and fumes.
MAINTENANCE
The hood-fan should provide many
years of trouble free service provided it
is maintained properly.
Cleaning the Filter.
Clean the grease filter either by carefully hand washing, (so as not to damage the filter design) or, preferably in a
dishwasher. Depending on use, the filters should be cleaned at least every two
weeks in a dishwasher.
If a carbon filter has been fitted this
must be replaced at least every 6 months as a minimum. Depending on cooking style and nature of cooking (greasy
foods, fry’s, curries etc) would probably
require more frequent replacement – if
odors start to manifest themselves when
cooking it is time to replace the carbon
filter . We suggest you retain a spare set.
These can be ordered from the supplier
of your range hood.
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Cleaning the Hood.
Cleaning of the internal parts should be
done with a clean damp (not excessively
wet) cloth together with regular household
detergent. The external stainless steel elements should be cleaned with a good quality foaming stainless steel cleaner. Read
the manufacturers directions. Generally
they recommend that the foam be sprayed
onto a clean dry cloth and then applied to
the stainless steel. Allow the foam to react
on the surface for a few minutes and then
wipe with a clean dry cloth.
On the surfaces that are exposed directly
to heat from the cook-top, it is advisable
to clean these on a regular basis to avoid
the marks from becoming baked on.
Do not under any circumstances use an
abrasive type cleaner as this will scratch
and damage the stainless steel finish.
Glass components should be cleaned with
a product such as Windex.
Light Bulb Replacement.
(if in doubt, call 877-474-8770)
Turn blower and lights off. Make sure the
lights are cool.
Do not remove the entire fixture (socket)
as this is very difficult to reinstall.
FOR SU906 - SU913
Substitution of the LED bar:
Using an appropriate tool, remove the
LED bar from its seat (refer to Fig. ????),
disconnect it electronically using the appropriate connector then substitute it
with a LED bar with same characteristics.
Visually inspect the light fixture and establish whether the unit has a smooth or
“toothed” metal ring.
If smooth remove the glass blocking
ring by prying out with a sharp, soft instrument such as a toothpick (refer to figure 15).
fig. 15
Steel instruments will scratch the surface.
Be careful that the lens does not fall out.
If “toothed”, place the tip of your finger
between the lens and the ring. Making
your way around the ring, gently pull
outwards until a point is found where the
ring pulls off.
Replace the appropriate bulb. Check
parts brochure or specification sheets on
our website. Wipe both sides of the glass
whilst it is out.
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Three Year Limited Warranty
YOU MUST REGISTER THE PURCHASE OF YOUR PRODUCT ON LINE AT www.siriuscappe.
com/usa/warranty.htm TO CONVALIDATE YOUR WARRANTY.
YOU CAN FIND THE DATA OF YOUR HOODS ON A LABEL INSIDE THE HOOD. JUST REMOVE
THE GREASE FILTER TO READ IT.
WARRANTY SERVICE
To qualify for warranty service, you must notify Sirius After sale service at the email address stated below or call toll free USA 1-877-474-8770 and provide the model number,
description of the fault or defect and original date of purchase. Sirius reserves the right
to request proof of original purchase. Sirius will at its sole option and discretion replace
products that arrive damaged through shipping, provided shipping damage is reported as
stated above WITHIN 5 BUSINESS DAYS OF RECEIPT of the shipped product or products.
ONE YEAR SERVICE REPAIR WARRANTY:
During the first year from date of original purchase, Sirius will, at its option, repair or replace, without charge, any product or part which is found to be defective under normal use and
service.
THREE YEAR PARTS WARRANTY:
For three years from date of purchase, Sirius will provide free of charge, non-consumable replacement parts which are found to be defective under normal use and service.
WHO IS COVERED:
Sirius warrants to the original consumer purchaser of its products that such products will be
free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of three years from the original
date of purchase. There are no other warranties, express or implied, including, but not limited
to, implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose or application.
The duration of any implied warranty is limited to the three year period as specified for the
express warranty. Some states and provinces do not allow limitation on how long an implied
warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you.
Sirius S.P.A.
Zona industriale Berbentina 6/A
60041 SASSOFERRATO (AN)
ITALY
Sirius after sale service
Telephone (toll free): 1-877-474-8770
Email: [email protected]
Register Online! www.siriuscappe.com/usa/warranty.htm
90009100150 - GM 04/16
WHAT IS NOT COVERED:
This warranty does not extend to filters, lamps, batteries, ducts and ductwork components. This
warranty does not cover normal maintenance and service or products or parts which have been
subject to misuse, negligence, accident, improper maintenance or repair, faulty installation or
installation contrary to recommended installation instructions. The warranty on glass screens
is limited to manufacturing defects only and expressly excludes cracks and breakages as a
result of faulty installation. Labor and associated costs associated directly with removal and reinstallation are expressly excluded.
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