900mm
Curved Glass &
Stainless Steel
Canopy
Manual
MODEL
CG9BLS
Installation and Operation
Canopy Installation and Operation Manual Dear Customer,
We thank you for choosing this quality appliance and hope you enjoy many years of
reliable service.
Please ensure this manual is read carefully before installation and use. Keep this
manual in a safe and accessible location should future reference be required.
Regards
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CONTENT
2 …………………………………………………. Notice
3 …………………………………………………. Caution
4 …………………………………………………. Feature
5-8 ……………………………………………….. Installation
9 ………………………………………………….. Notice of installation
10 ……………………………………………..….. Safety Warning
11-16 …………………………………………..… Use
17 ………………………………………………… Maintenance
18 ………………………………………………… Light Replacing
19 ………………………………………………… Abnormity and Solution
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Canopy Installation and Operation Manual NOTICE
1. Thank you for choosing our canopy rangehood. Please read the instruction
manual carefully before use.
2. The installation work must be undertaken by a qualified and competent fitter.
3. The manufacturer disclaims all liability for any damage or injury caused as a
result of not following instructions for installation contained in the following
text.
The cooker hood is used on 220/240v, 50Hz.
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Canopy Installation and Operation Manual SAFETY WARNINGS

Installation of this Integrated Canopy Rangehood must be carried by a
qualified and competent installer.

The manufacturer disclaims and liability for any damage or injury caused as a
result of not following instruction of installation contained in this instruction
manual.

This Integrated Canopy Rangehood is not intended for use by young children
or infirm persons without supervison.

Young children should be supervised to ensure they do not play with this
Integrated Canopy Rangehood.

To avoid possible electric shock this Integrated Canopy Rangehood should be
unplugged before any maintenance or cleaning is carried out.

This Integrated Canopy Rangehood cannot be installed in an external
environment.

The Grease Filters should be cleaned at least once a month to avoid the risk
of fire.

Flambe cooking cannot be carried out under the Integrated Canopy
Rangehood and is not recommended for use over Barbeques.

Ducting must be independent from any other form of ducting of other
household heating sources.

Ducting into wall cavities is prohibited unless the cavity has been designed for
this purpose

Lit gas burner should never remain uncovered or on when there is no pan
present due to the risk of fire.

Adequate ventilation of the room is required when the cooker hood is used at
the same time as appliances burning gas or other fuels.
- CAUTION: Accessible parts may become hot when used with cooking appliances.
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Canopy Installation and Operation Manual (2)FEATURE
1. The cooker hood uses high quality materials, and is made with a streamlined
design.
2. Equipped with a large power low noise electric motor and centrifugal leaf, it
produces strong suction, low noise, non stick grease filter and easy to clean.
3. With the isolated low voltage circuit board control, 12vAC input, the lights are
therefore safer.
4. Special wind tunnel construction and oil collector design, free dirt will be
absorbed in a second.
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Canopy Installation and Operation Manual (3). Installation
If the model without Glass:
3.1 The cooker hood shall be placed at a
distance of 65-75cm (26-30inch) from the
cooking surface. See Pic 1.
3.2 Install the hook on a suitable place once the
installation height is fixed, and keep it in line. The
fixed position of the inside chimney bracket is
the place of chimney. See Pic 2.
3.3 Fix one-way valve on the hood and connect
the extensible pipe to the one-way valve. See Pic 3.
3.4 Put the cooker hood on the hook. See Pic 4.
3.5 Use clamp to fix the T-piece valve on the extensible pipe. See Pic 5.
3.6 Fix plate on the outer chimney, and be sure that the inside chimney can be
adjusted the height in it freely, See Pic 6.
3.7 Install the chimney and screw the T-piece metal outlet to the inside chimney, See
Pic 7 and 8.
3.8 Adjust the height of the inside chimney to the position of the inside chimney
bracket and fix on it by screw, after adjusting the position, fix the body with safety
screw. See Pic 9.
Note: The two safety vents are positioned on the back casing, with diameter
of 6mm.
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Canopy Installation and Operation Manual Warning: Failure to install the screws or fixing device in accordance with these
instructions may result in electrical hazards
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Canopy Installation and Operation Manual If the model with Glass:
3.1 The cooker hood shall be placed at a
distance of 65-75cm (26-30inch) from the
cooking surface. See Pic 1.
3.2 Install the hook on a suitable place once the
installation height is fixed, and keep it in line. The
fixed position of the inside chimney bracket is
the place of chimney. See Pic 2.
3.3 Fix one-way valve on the hood and connect
the extensible pipe to the one-way valve. See
Pic 3.
3.4 Put the cooker hood on the hook. See Pic 4.
3.5 Put the glass according to the lead direction
and way on the cooker hood, and then use the screws to fix the glass. See Pic 5.
3.6 Use clamp to fix the T-piece valve on the extensible pipe. See Pic 5.
3.7 Fix plate on the outer chimney, and be sure that the inside chimney can be
adjusted the height in it freely, See Pic 6.
3.8 Install the chimney and screw the T-piece metal outlet to the inside chimney, See
Pic 7 and 8.
3.9 Adjust the height of the inside chimney to the position of the inside chimney
bracket and fix on it by screw, after adjusting the position, fix the body with safety
screw. See Pic 9.
Note: The two safety vents are positioned on the back casing, with diameter
of 6mm.
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Canopy Installation and Operation Manual Warning: Failure to install the screws or fixing device in accordance with these
instructions may result in electrical hazards
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Canopy Installation and Operation Manual (4) NOTICE OF INSTALLATION
1. Before installation, please ensure the area is clean to avoid suction of the
remaining bits of broken wood and dust.
2. It cannot share the same air ventilation tube with other appliance such as gas
tube, warmer tube, and hot wind tube.
3. The bending of ventilation tube should be≥120°, parallel or above the start
point and should be connected to the external wall.
4. After installation, make sure that the extractor is level to avoid grease
collection at one end.
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Canopy Installation and Operation Manual (5) SAFETY WARNING

Keep your children from using the cooker hood.

Your cooker hood is for domestic use only, not suitable for barbecue, roast shop
and other commercial use.

Any installation work must be carried out by a qualified electrician or competent
person.
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The cooker hood and its filter mesh should be cleaned regularly in order to keep
in good working order.
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Before cleaning, always ensure that you have switched your cooker hood off.

Clean the cooker hood according to the instruction manual and keep the
cooker hood from the danger of burning.
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No fire for drying your cooker hood.
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If there is any fault with your cooker hood, please call the service department
appointed by agent for servicing.
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Please keep the room draughty when your cooker hood and gas hob are
working.

Do not exhaust the gas from cooker hood through the same heated flue which is
for the gas from gas hob and other kitchen appliances.

Before installation and usage, read all the instructions and make sure that the
voltage (V) and the frequency (Hz) indicated on your cooker hood are exactly
the same as the voltage (V) and the frequency (Hz) in your home.

In order to get the most out of your cooker hood, please read the instruction
manual before installing & using, and keep it in a safe place.

Ensure that you could get our guarantee for your cooker hood, please provide
the warranty card and purchase receipt, or the guarantee will not be offered.
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Canopy Installation and Operation Manual (6) USE
Electronic Button
1. Turn on the power; the buzzer will buzz five times. The sound shows that the
appliance is powered.
2. Push the low button, the indicating light 1 on, the buzzer will buzz once, and
the motor runs at low speed. Push it again and the motor will stop.
3. Push the middle button, the indicating light 2 on, the buzzer will buzz once,
and the motor runs at mid speed. Push it again and the motor will stop
4. Push the high button, the indicating light 3 on, the buzzer will buzz once, and
motor runs on high speed. Push it again and the motor will stop
5. Push the light button; the indicating light 4 on, and the two lighting lamps will
come on. Push it again and the lamps will turn off, with every push the buzzer
will buzz one time.
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Canopy Installation and Operation Manual Push button
1. Push stop button, and the motor will stop.
2. Push the Low button, the buzzer will buzz once, and the motor runs at low speed.
3. Push the Mid button, the buzzer will buzz once, and the motor runs at mid speed.
4. Push the High button, the buzzer will buzz once, and the motor runs at high speed.
5. Push the light button and the two lights will come on. Push it again and the light
will turn off.
Light
High
Mid
Low
Stop
pi c6C
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Canopy Installation and Operation Manual LCD Electronic button
Pic 7
1. Plug the hood; LCD will display 24-hour system with blue backlight. Backlight will
be extinguished after 30 seconds without any operation.
2. Press “
” button once; lights will be on and LCD will show “
button again; lights will be off and “
” button will be on. Press “
speed. Press “
“
” on LCD will disappear.
”
” button again; the hood works at MEDIUM
” button one more time; the hood works at HIGH speed. Press
” button again; the hood works at LOW speed again and it repeat. While
pressing “
” button; the “
now; press the “
4.
”
” button once; the hood works at LOW speed and LCD will show “
3. Press “
and “
”. Press “
” button is always on. If you want to stop the hood
” button once.
When the hood is not working; press “
” button once. The hood will work at the
speed it works last time and LCD will show “
hood stop working and “
5. When both “
and
” button don’t work; “
” button for 2 to 3 seconds;
flashes; which represents hour. Press “
by 01. Continue pressing “
” button again; the
” will disappear from LCD.
” button and “
time-setting. Press “
”. Press “
” button is used for
will be shown on LCD
” button once the number adds
” button; it will display from 13;14… until 23. When
LCD shows 23; it doesn’t work by pressing “
” button. Press “
” button once;
the number reduces by 01. When LCD shows 00; it doesn’t work by pressing “
button. After setting hour; you can start setting minute by pressing “
again.
on LCD flashes; which represents minutes. Press “
number adds by 01. Continue pressing “
13
” button
” button once the
” button; it will display from 01;02…
until 59. When LCD shows 59; it doesn’t work by pressing “
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” button. Press “
”
Canopy Installation and Operation Manual button once; the number reduces by 01. When LCD shows 00; it doesn’t work by
pressing “
” button. After setting hour and minute; press “
” to confirm.
When “
” button doesn’t work; “ ” button is used for delay timer function. Delay
timer function allows you to set the hoods automatically power off according to the
delay timer you set from 1 minute to 60 minutes. Press “
delay timer setting and LCD shows
adds by 01. Continue pressing “
;
. Press “
” button once; it enters for
” button once the number
” button; it will display from
… until
Press “
;
” button once; the number
reduces by 01. After setting delay timer you want; press “ ” button to confirm. If
you set delay timer as 05:00; the LCD display will show from 05:00; 04:59… until 00:01
00:00. When LCD shows 00:00; the hood will automatically power off and LCD display
will only show 24-hour system with blue backlight. After 30 seconds without operation;
blue backlight will disappear. But please note the Lamp is not under control of delay
timer. Next time; if you want to use delay timer function and you press “ ” button
without any change on time. The hood will automatically count time down from your
previous setting after 5 seconds.
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Canopy Installation and Operation Manual LCD Touch control
Pic 8
1.
Power on: Switch on the power supply, and the backlight is lit, displaying “24hour system”. The output is then blocked up,and the soot machine enters
standby status. The backlight disappear automatically 30 seconds later under
the condition of none operation.
2.
on
Press “Indicator” key: Press the indicator key once, the indicator is lit, and
the LCD screen is lit. Press it for a second time, of the indicator and the LCD
screen will distinguish and it will be repeated again and again.
3.
Power on position and increase key
i.e. low, medium and high.
4.
1.
key once, the
is displayed on the display screen, and the motor
Press
starts operation. The
is the low position (power on position.)
2.
key once more at the low position, the
is displayed on the
Press
display screen, and the
is the medium position.
3.
key once more at the medium position, the
Press
the display screen, and the
is the high position.
4.
key at the high position, the
is still displayed on
Go on pressing
the display screen, and the motor works normally. It is still at high position at
this time.
Power on position and decrease key “
1.
5.
, the motor is provided with three positions,
”
” key once, the motor is adjusted to a lower position, and the LCD
Press “
screen displays that position in the meantime; If it is decreased continuously
to none position, then, it is the power off position (namely, the motor stops
operation.)
Timer key “
1.
is displayed on
”:
The timer key is the timer setting key if the timer key doesn’t work at both the
position and indicator.
for 2-3 seconds, time segment
, and the
Long press timer key
first two hour bit segment flash, use
key for the digit increase, and use
key for the digit decrease. Namely: The variable is 01 each time it is
pressed; the hour segment is with the largest digit of 23. If it exceeds 23,
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Canopy Installation and Operation Manual key is null and void. If it is equal to 00, then, the
void.
key is null and
Press the timer key for the 2nd time , time segment
, and the last
two minute bit segment flash, use
key for the digit increase, and use
key for the digit decrease. Namely: The variable is 01 each time it is
pressed; the minute segment is with the largest digit of 59. If it exceeds
key is null and void. If it is equal to 00, then, the
key is null and
59,
void.
Press the timer key
confirm key.
for the 3rd time, and it is the time setting exit and
Long press timer key
for 2-3 seconds under this operation mode, and it
is for the hour setting; Press it for the 2nd time: Setting for the minute;
Press it for the 3rd time: For the time setting exit and confirm, and it will
be repeated again and again (if the 1st time pressing doesn't exceed 2
seconds, then it can't run this operating procedure.)
2.
The timer key is the timer if the timer key works at either the position or the
indicator.
It is provided with three kinds of time segment, and they are
5min/15min/30min/timer cancel in sequence, and the 1st time is 5min,
the 2nd time is 15min, the 3rd time is 30min, the 4th time is timer cancel,
the 5th time is 5min, and the 6th time is 15min …., and it will be repeated
again and again.
Example: Let the setting time be 15min, the display is 00:15, 00:14, …00:1,
with 0:00 displays per minute, and once “00: 00” appears, the motor
position and the indicator power supply will be cut off automatically,
(the display screen displays “24-hour system”, the output is blocked up,
and the soot machine enters standby status, and the backlight will be
put out automatically 30 seconds later.)
Time segment change over, 5 seconds later, it starts to decrease
gradually (example: 15min is changed over to 30min, with a delay of 5
seconds, and 00: 30 on the display screen starts to decrease gradually).
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Canopy Installation and Operation Manual (7) MAINTENANCE
7.1 The cleaning of the carbon grease filter mesh
The filter mesh is made of high-density stainless steel. Please do not use the corrosive
detergent on it. Keeping this filter clean will keep the appliance running correctly.
Please strictly follow the guidelines below.
Method 1: Put the mesh into 40-50 c clean water, pour on detergent, and soak for 23 mins. Wear gloves and clean with a soft brush. Please do not apply too much
pressure, as the mesh is delicate and will damage easy.
Method 2: If instructed to do so, it can be put into a dishwasher, set the temperature
at around 60 degrees.
7.2 Notice of cleaning cooker hood
A. To protect the main body from corrosion over a long period of time, the
cooker hood should be cleaned with hot water plus non corrosive detergent
once a month. The hood should be wiped off with dry clean cloth after
cleaning is done.
B.
Please do not use abrasive detergent for it will damage the body.
C. Keep the motor and other spare parts free from water, as this will cause
damage to the appliance.
D. Before cleaning the appliance please remember to turn off power
E.
The carbon filter shouldn’t be exposed to heat.
F.
Please don’t tear open the fixed bar around the carbon filter
G. If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its
service agent or similarly qualified persons in order to avoid a hazard.
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Canopy Installation and Operation Manual (8) LIGHT REPLACEMENT
8.1 Halogen lighting:
Use a small flat blade screwdriver to remove the inner stainless steel ring (when
removing the inner ring, do so carefully so not to damage the range hood, as the
glass lens could easily fall out of the inner ring) ; and remove carefully the halogen
globe with a new one.
8.2 LED lighting:
NOTE: Power needs to be disconnected for replacement of LED lights as access is
required to loosen the cord restraints to undergo this procedure. The LED lamp
assembly should be ordered directly from the supplier of the canopy hood.
Remove the filters, and push the light downwards, and unplug the wiring connector.
Reverse the procedure to place the new light assembly into position.
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Canopy Installation and Operation Manual (9) Abnormity and Solution
Fault
Light on, but motor
does not work
Light does not work,
motor does not work
Oil leakage
Shake of the body
Insufficient suction
The machine inclines
Cause
The leaf blocked
Get rid of the blocking
The capacitor damaged
Replace capacitor
The motor jammed bearing
Replace motor
damaged
The internal with of motor off or Replace motor
a bad smell from the motor
Beside the above mentioned, check the following:
Light damaged
Replace lights
Power cord looses
Connect the wires as per
the electric diagram
Take down the one way
valve and seal with glue
One way valve and the air
ventilation entrance are not
tightly sealed
Leakage from the connection
of U-shaped section and
cover
The leaf damaged and causes
shaking
The motor is not tightly
hanged
The body is not tightly
hanged
The distance between the
body and the gas top too long
Too much ventilation from
open doors or windows
The fixing screw not tight
enough
The hanging screw not tight
enough
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Solution
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Take U-shaped section
down and seal with soap
or paint
Replace the leaf
Lock the motor tightly
Fixed the body tightly
Readjust the distance
Choose a new place and
resemble the machine
Tighten the hanging
screw and make it
horizontal
Tighten the hanging
screw and make it
horizontal
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