Operating and assembly instructions
VL 051-107
Automatically extendible hob ventilator
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VL 051-107
Preface
1. Important notes
1.1 For your safety
1.2 Operating for the first time
1.3 About use
2. Structure and operating principle
2.1 Structure of the appliance
2.2 Control panel
2.3 Accessories
3. Operation
4. Cleaning and care
5. Maintenance
6. Assembly instructions
6.1 Technical data
6.2 Important notes
6.3 Electrical connection
6.4 Installation next to a gas hob
6.5 Installation
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Preface
With your new hob ventilator, working in the
kitchen will be even more fun.
The appliance offers you the following
advantages:
– Kitchen vapours and fats are sucked away
directly where they arise.
– The advantages of a hob ventilator are
combined with those of a single-point extractor.
To ensure that you will be able to use this
appliance in all its diversity, read through the
operating and assembly instructions
conscientiously before operating it for the first
time. The instructions contain important notes
on use, installation and maintenance of the appliance.
On the following page you will find important
notes on safety and operation. These will serve
to ensure your personal safety and the lasting
value of your appliance.
You will find notes on Page 4 that you ought to
observe before operating the appliance for
the first time.
The chapter entitled “Cleaning and care" will
make sure that your appliance will stay operable
and beautiful for a long time.
And now we wish you lots of fun with your
new hob ventilator.
Fig. 1
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1. Important notes
1.1 For your safety
Damaged appliances must not be operated.
The appliance must only be connected by an
authorised specialist, paying attention to the
relevant regulations of the power supply companies
and the regional construction regulations.
Also observe the assembly instructions!
Connecting cables must not come into contact
with hot cooking surfaces.
Hazardous or explosive substances and vapours
must not be extracted!
The user is responsible for expert use and the
perfect condition of the appliance.
specialist dealer or your responsible Gaggenau
after-sales service. Repairs must be carried out
by authorised specialists, thus ensuring electrical
safety.
After a power failure, the hob ventilator will not
switch on automatically, but must be reset instead
by any operator action.
When operated next to gas appliances, the swivel
arm must be extended at least to the top edge of
the pan as otherwise the flame of the gas burner
will be impaired. Gas appliances may only be
used next to a hob ventilator when pots and pans
are placed on them! Please note that a wok must
not be installed next to a hob ventilator.
Never operate the appliance without a grease
filter.
No warranty claims can be lodged in the event
of damage caused by failure to observe these
instructions.
Only ever operate the appliance under
supervision. The appliance is intended solely for
use in the household and must not be put to any
other uses.
Caution! Over-greased filters are a fire risk! Only
ever deep-fry under the extractor under constant
supervision. Pay attention to cleaning the grease
filter on a regular basis.
Do not place any objects on the appliance;
this will have a detrimental effect on functioning.
Do not place any objects under the swivel arm
when it is extended. Make sure that there are no
obstacles in the swivel and entry range.
Fire risk! It is not permitted to flambé meals next
to a hob ventilator that is in operation.
Do not clean the appliance with a steam cleaning
apparatus or with water pressure because this
poses a risk of short-circuits.
Isolate the appliance from the mains during every
maintenance operation. To do this, remove the
mains plug or actuate the corresponding fuse. If the
mains plug is not accessible, the appliance must be
deenergised by means of the domestic installation
fuse.
You may only ever use a grill or a deep fryer at
the same time as the hob ventilator if it is under
constant supervision.
This will involve a fire risk!
When the ventilator is installed next to gas
appliances, swivelling of the boom in the direction
of the gas must be prevented by an additionally
fitted pin (see assembly instructions).
Caution! The appliance may get very hot!
Risk of burns!
Technical modifications reserved.
In the event of malfunctions, first of all check
the household fuses. If the malfunction has nothing
to do with the power supply, please contact your
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This appliance is labelled in accordance
with the European Directive 2002/96/EG
concerning used electrical and electronic
appliances (waste electrical and
electronic equipment – WEEE). The
guideline determines the framework for the return
and recycling of used appliances as applicable.
1.2 Operating for the first time
Check the appliance for transport damage before
installing it.
– The rating plate for this appliance is included
with the instructions on a separate sheet. Store
the rating plate in the same location as your
operating and assembly instructions. You need
the rating plate for possible damage and warranty
cases.
Never allow children to play with the appliance.
Do not let adults or children operate the appliance
unsupervised:
– if they are mentally or physically unable to use the
appliance safely and correctly
– if they don’t have the knowledge and experience
to use the appliance safely and correctly.
Before operating the appliance for the first time,
please pay attention to the following notes:
– Conscientiously read through the operating
and assembly instructions before operating the
appliance for the first time.
– Remove the packaging from the appliance and
dispose of it properly.
Pay attention to the fact that there are accessories in the packaging.
Keep packaging elements out of the reach of
children!
– Thoroughly clean the appliance before using it
for the first time. (see chapter entitled “Cleaning
and care")
– Before operating the appliance for the first time,
check that the mains connection is in proper
working order.
1.3 About use
– Do not pour any liquids into the tub!
If liquid should have inadvertently penetrated into
the tub, wipe it out immediately.
– If the swivel arm gets soiled during operation,
clean it before moving it in.
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2. Structure and operating principle
2.1 Structure of the appliance
1 Grease filter
1
2
2 Lid
3
3 Swivel arm
4 Tub
5 Control panel
4
5
Fig. 2
2.2 Control panel
6 “Height adjustment" control knob
7 Grease filter pilot lamp
8 “Power level" control knob with the positions
0, 1, 2, 3, after-running stage and grease filter
indication
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Fig. 3
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2.3 Accessories
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You can order the following special accessories:
VV 200-000: connecting trim
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3. Operation
Switching on
– Turn the “Power level" control knob to the
required position on the right.
The boom moves automatically to the frying
position, and it can then be extended continuously
up to its fully extended position (cooking position)
by turning the “Height adjustment" knob.
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Fig. 4
You can also extend the boom to the required
position before switching on the appliance.
In the cooking position (height 100-410 mm), the
boom can be swivelled manually; its swivel radius
depends on its height when extended.
If the swivel arm is extended without an output level
having been set, as from the roasting position the
connected fan module automatically runs at a basic
level.
Switching off
– Turn the “Power level" control knob to the 0
position on the left.
– Turn the “Height adjustment" knob to the left to
retract the boom. The boom turns automatically to
its defined starting position in the trough.
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Fig. 5
After-running
– Turn the control knob to the left to the
(Afterrunning) position.
The hob ventilator continues to run at stage 1 for
10 minutes.
– Turn the control knob to the 0 position if you wish
to prematurely end the after-running time.
Holiday protection
– The appliance switches itself off four hours after
the last operator action. It can be reset by any
operator input.
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4. Cleaning and care
Caution:
Avoid sharp and caustic cleaning agents as well as
brushes and abrasive cleaners.
Clean the stainless steel tub with mild rinsing
detergent and apply stainless steel care agent to
the metal surfaces using a soft cloth.
Only clean the switch panel with a soft cloth. Do
not use any cleaning agent as it might be agressive
to the inscription markings.
Grease filter cleaning
The grease filter indication symbol lights up on the
operating panel after around 30 hours of operation.
Illumination of this symbol signals to you that the
grease filters have to be cleaned.
You can clean the metal grease filters in a dishwasher at a maximum temperature of 65°C. To do
this, place the grease filters in the dishwasher in
such a way that it is cleaned completely.
Clean the the grease filter at least once a month.
Proceed as follows:
– Turn the “Height adjustment" control knob to the
right to extend the boom slightly. By doing so, you
can detach the cover easily.
– Detach the cover.
– Turn the two retaining wires up and remove the
grease filter from the appliance.
– Turn the control knob to the position (grease
filter indication). This resets the operating time.
Fig. 6
Insert in the reverse order.
Caution!
Only clean the grease filter after the appliance has
cooled down.
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Swivel arm cleaning
If the swivel arm gets very dirty, it can be dismantled for cleaning. You can clean the swivel arm
in a dishwasher at a maximum temperature of 65°C.
Proceed as follows:
– Turn the “Height adjustment" control knob to the
right to extend the boom slightly. By doing so, you
can detach the cover easily.
– Detach the cover.
– Turn up the two retaining clips and remove the
grease filter from the appliance.
– Place the two included protective covers on the
tube opening to make sure that no small parts will
fall into the suction pipe.
– Using a suitable tool, undo the 3 cap nuts.
– Remove the protective cover.
Insert in the reverse order.
Caution!
Only clean the swivel arm after the appliance has
cooled down.
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5. Maintenance
First disconnect the appliance from the mains
before carrying out any repairs.
In the event of malfunctions, first of all check
the household fuses.
If the power supply is in proper working order,
but the appliance is nevertheless not functioning,
then please contact your specialist dealer or your
responsible Gaggenau after-sales service. Specify
the appliance type. To this end, have a look at the
rating plate, which is included with the operating
and assembly instructions.
Repairs must only be carried out by authorised
specialists, thus ensuring the safety of the
appliance. Improper tampering will render all
warranty claims null and void.
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6. Assembly instructions
6.1 Technical data
Rating: 260 W
Weight: 19 kg
A fan module is needed for suction extraction.
Technical modifications reserved.
6.2 Important notes
The appliance must only be connected by an
authorised specialist. The specialist is responsible for perfect functioning of the appliance at its
installation location. He must explain the operating
principle of the appliance to the user with reference to the operating instructions. He must explain
to the user how the appliance can be isolated from
the mains whenever required.
The exhaust air can be routed into a ventilation
shaft or directly into the open through the outside
wall. Adequate incoming air must be ensured
whenever the hob ventilator is operated in the
exhaust air mode and firing systems dependent
on a chimney are operated at the same time.
It is not allowed to pass the exhaust air into a flue
or exhaust air chimney that is in operation or into a
shaft that is linked to the heating basement. Consult
the chimney sweep responsible for your district
whenever you wish to pass the exhaust air into a
chimney that is not in operation.
During the course of planning, a chimney sweep
must be consulted if a room air-dependent hearth
is operated in the same room as the one in which a
hob ventilator is operated in the exhaust air mode.
Adequate incoming air must be ensured. The applicable construction and safety regulations must be
observed.
Adequate incoming air must be ensured if a wood,
coal, gas or oil heater or an open hearth is operated
in the same room as the one in which the wall hood
is installed.
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Adequate ventilation of the room must be
ensured whenever a hob ventilator is operated
simultaneously with devices that are operated with
non-electrical energy. Official regulations must be
observed with regard to removal of the exhaust air.
The applicable regulations of the power supply
companies and the regional construction regulations must be observed when installing the hob
ventilator.
Safe operation is possible whenever the partial
vacuum in the place where the firing equipment is
installed does not exceed 4 Pa (0.04 mbar). This
can be achieved whenever the air needed for
combustion is able to enter through openings that
cannot be sealed, for example in doors, windows,
incoming/exhaust air wall boxes or other technical
means.
Flexible aluminium pipes, corrosion-protected
sheet metal pipes and exhaust air pipes whose
material conforms to fire B1 in accordance with
DIN 4102 can be used. Exhaust air pipes should
have a nominal diameter of 150 mm.
The lateral distance from the appliance installed
next to it must amount to 8 mm.
If two Vario appliances are used, the hob ventilator must be installed between the appliances. If
4-plate hobs are used, it is recommended to place
two ventilation devices to the left and right of the
hob. Owing to the high air output, an adequate
supply of air is required.
To prevent the ingress of water, e.g. condensate
or rain water from an uncovered exhaust air shaft,
our condensate separator RV 060-150 must be
installed in the exhaust air line. The condensate
separator must still be acciessible after installation.
6.3 Electrical connection
6.4 Installation next to a gas hob
Pay attention to the rating plate data.
The mains connecting cable must at least
correspond to the type H 05 VV-F G 0,75.
Pay attention to the following notes if you
wish to install a gas range next to the hob
ventilator.
After installation, plug the connecting cable plug
in an accessible socket. If the plug can no longer
be removed after installation, isolation of all poles
from the mains must be ensured by means of an
accessible isolator with a contact spacing of at least
3 mm.
– A locking bolt must be installed in the hob
ventilator to prevent the boom from swivelling
over the gas range.
– Extend the unit.
– Position the swivel arm in the centre.
– Open the flap on the rear.
– Fit a pin (accessory) in the collar of the accessible mounting ring (black plastic part). Fit the
pin on the side opposite to the one where the
boom is no longer to swivel.
– Close the flap.
When operated next to gas appliances, the swivel
arm must be extended at least to the top edge of
the pan as otherwise the flame of the gas burner
will be impaired.
VL 051-107
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6.5 Installation
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– Produce the recess for the appliance. Proceed
as indicated on the installation sketch and the
dimension table (Fig. 7). When installing several
Vario appliances at the same time, please pay
attention to the dimensions specified in the type
list. Important: The angle between the cut
surface and the worktop must amount to 90°.
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The hob ventilator can be installed next to one or
between two built-in Vario appliances.
Choose the suitable connection variant (see
Page 13) before beginning with installation.
– Mark the centre of the recess exactly. Secure
the securing rail in the recess at the rear with the
included wood screws. Make sure that the lugs
of the securing rail lie on the worktop and that the
centre marking of the securing rail is precisely
flush with the centre marking on the worktop.
(Fig. 8) When installed in a stone worktop, the
securing rail must be adhered with a suitable
adhesive.
– Make sure that the securing rail is fitted at a
right angle to the surface of the worktop.
– Remove the protective film from the included
sealing tape and stick the sealing tape onto
the edge of the worktop so that the edge of the
appliance when it is installed halves the sealing
tape. The ends must not overlap.
– Define connection to the fan module before
finally lowering the appliance into the worktop.
Before sawing out the base plate, check whether
the depth of the base area is sufficient for the fan
module.
Fig. 8
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Worktop height ≥ 90 cm,
variable position of the fan module
50
0
min. 9
156
0
490
– Saw out the base plate in the built-in cabinet for
the fan module.
– Place the fan module in the base cabinet.
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min. 6
245
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min. 5
500
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min. 60
0-125
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0
min. 56
Fig. 10
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– Using a flexible aluminium pipe (DN 125),
connect the pipe connection piece to the fan
module.
– Now lower the hob ventilator into the worktop.
Make sure that the engaging lugs on the
appliance lie exactly on the clamping springs.
Press the appliance firmly into the worktop.
The engaging lugs on the appliance “snap" into
the clamping springs.
0
min. 90
AR 03
Refer to the operating instructions of the fan
module for details of how to install it.
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– At the front, fix the hob clamping element onto
the worktop from below until the appliance is
pressed on evenly (Fig. 11). If the worktop is
less than 36 mm thick, place the hob clamping
element under it.
– Cut off protruding sealing tape.
Fig. 11
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