KTS75/KTS75C

KTS75/KTS75C
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KTS75/KTS75C
Installation of glass panels
Fig.4
Get the glass panel with no logo and
place it near the hood 2, centre the
four pins in the remaining four hood
seats (Fig.4).
Take the two 200x750 hood glass panels out
of the box.
(2) For proper positioning, check the position of
the metal frame on the back (Fig.4.1).
Remove them from the box with care.
Open the hood upper glass panel (Fig.1).
Fig.1
Fig.4.1 – Rear
view.
Take the glass panel with the SMEG
logo close to the hood and centre the
four hinges in their seats (Fig.2).
Fig.2
Let the glass panel slide along the
pin guides (Fig.5 and Fig.3.2)
Let the glass panel slide downwards
along the pin guides (Fig.3.2).
Fig.5
Glass removal
Fig.3.1 - Initial position
(Pins high)
To remove the glass panels, follow the procedure in the reverse order.
Fig.3
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Fig.3.2 - Final
position
(Pins down)
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Removal of filter panels
Turn the key downwards
and pull (Fig.8).
To remove the filters, use the
key included in the supply
(Fig.5).
Fig.8
Fig.5
Pull the panels up
to remove them
(Fig.9).
Place the key as shown in Fig.6.
Fig.9
Fig.6
NB.: To remove the upper panel pair, remove the glass panels as described on page 2 .
Insert the key prongs in the holes on
the upper central part of the panel
(Fig.7) .
Fig.7
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Installation of the filter panels
Adjustment of glass-closed position
Fig.13
Fig.10
Take the panels close to the hood.
Insert the filter pins in the seats as
shown in Fig.10
Adjust the glass closed position after installing the hood.
Adjust the closing position of the glass by loosening/tightening the
adjustment screws.
Adjust the LH and RH sides.
Fig.11
Use a size-3 Allen key for the adjustment (Fig.13).
Rotate the panels and take them
close to the hood (Fig.11 and
Fig,12).
Fig.12
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Installation instructions
Reference
height for the
center of the
exhaust hole
Height of the
holes for the
bracket
Level of the
hob
Fig.14
Fig.15
a) Fix the hood in the center over the hob;
b) Maintain the distances shown at fig. 14 and fig. 15.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS:
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CONTROL PANEL:
In order to achieve the best performance, it is recommended to start the hood a few
minutes before starting cooking and keep it on for at least 15 minutes after finishing
cooking or after all fumes and odours have disappeared.
To start the hood, identify your type of control panel and follow the instructions:
 SLIDER:
A
B
- Key (A) to turn on/off the hood’s light.
- Four-position Cursor (B):
0: Off
1/2/3: On/Speed adjustment
(A)
(B)
 ELECTROMECHANICAL PUSHBUTTONS:


Light ON/OFF Button
Motor OFF button
 On/speed adjustment button
 WITH KNOBS :
- Two-position Knob (A) to turn on/off
the light (0-1)
- Four-position Knob (B):
0
Motor OFF
1-2-3 Speed adjustment
(A)
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 ELECTRONIC PUSHBUTTONS:
Lights ON/OFF
 OFF/1 speed
 Speed adjustment
Filters reset button
OPTIONAL FUNCTIONS:
- AUTO POWER-OFF TIMER: Pushing one of the speed adjustment buttons (2-3-4)
twice, you will activate the “Auto power-off timer” function that turns the motor and light off
after 10 mins. The activation of such function is signalled by the blinking LED
above the pressed button.
- FILTERS CLEANING WARNING: When all the 4 LEDs blink at the same time (which is
programmed to happen every 100h of operation), the user is required to
clean/replace the filters .
Pressing the Reset button
the 100h count will start again
Note: Pressing the reset button accidentally before the end of the 100h
cycle does not reset the filters cleaning memory
It is recommended that grease filters are cleaned every 100h and active
carbon filters are replaced every 200h.
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE:
Before performing any cleaning and/or maintenance operation always disconnect
the hood from the mains supply.
Regular cleaning will ensure a good performance and extend the working life of the hood.
Special attention should be given to the grease filters and carbon filters (for recycling
hoods only).
Note: An excess of grease in the filter, as well as affecting the performance of the
hood, can also be a fire risk.
EXTERNAL CLEANING:
External and internal cleaning of the hood should be performed with a damp cloth and a
non-bleach liquid detergent, absolutely avoiding solvents or abrasive substances. It
is advisable to use specific products, following their instructions. When cleaning the steel
of the hood, we suggest rubbing in the same direction as the grain.
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