MATSUI 60CM CHIMNEY HOOD, STAINLESS

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Cooker Hood
Model MCH60SS / MCH90SS/ MCH60BLK/ MCH90BLK
Instruction Book
Cod:0103071747
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Safety
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The appliance must be installed according
to the manufacturer’s instructions.
Improper installation may result in injury
or damage, for which the manufacturer
cannot be held responsible.
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Adaptors, multiple sockets and/or
extension leads must not be used.
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To avoid electrical shock, never touch the
Cooker hood or plug with wet hands.
The electrical safety of this appliance is
guaranteed only if it is connected to a
properly earthed system which complies
with the electrical safety standards in
force. If you cannot verify that this
fundamental safety requirement is in
place, consult a qualified electrician.
The manufacturer cannot be held
responsible for an appliance which has
not been correctly earthed.
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Ventilation outlets on the Cooker hood
should never be covered, as obstructions
may cause overheating or fire.
WARNING!
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Always disconnect the plug from the
mains supply before cleaning the Cooker
hood or carrying out maintenance work.
It is hazardous for anyone other than authorised
service personnel to carry out Servicing or
repairs which involves the removal of covers.
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Do not flambé under the Cooker hood as
this may cause a fire hazard.
To avoid the risk of an electric shock do not
attempt to repair this appliance yourself.
Check that the voltage (230 Volts AC)
printed on the rating label at the back of
the Cooker hood corresponds to the mains
voltage in your home. If in doubt call a
qualified electrician.
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Avoid leaving a gas hob on when there is
no pan on the stove.
Disposal
Never replace the power supply cable
yourself. Damaged cables must only be
replaced by an authorised service centre.
Old appliances still have some residual value.
An environmentally friendly method of
disposal will ensure that valuable raw materials
can be recovered and used again. Up to date
information concerning options for disposing of
your old appliance and packaging from the
new one can be obtained from your local
council office.
WARNING-Please be careful when unpacking and installing this appliance
as sheet metal can cause injury if not handled with care.
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Installation
Before beginning any installation work ensure
the mains power has been turned off.
Ducting
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Using a Phillips screwdriver fix the ducting
hose connector onto the air outlet of the hood.
Stencil
Attaching the Chimney flue wall bracket
Use the stencil provided to help position the
hood onto the wall directly below the ducting.
NOTE: Take extreme care when drilling holes
into your wall to avoid hidden electrical wiring.
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1
With the stencil positioned on the wall,
drill 4 holes onto the back wall. Push 4
raw plugs into the drill holes and then first
screw in the top 2 screws.
2
Fix the hood onto the wall by positioning
the upper 2 screws through the key holes
on the back of the hood.
2
Using the wall bracket as a template, drill
2 holes into the wall and push raw plugs
into the drill holes.
Place the wall bracket over the raw plugs
and screw into position.
Connect the hose to the air duct.
Use the adaptor provided to connect
to a 125mm hose.
The ducting can pass through your wall.
Alternatively if your kitchen has a soffit,
then the ducting can be positioned to run
horizontally through an outside wall
directly to a wall cap.
NOTE: A soffit is the underside of the roof
overhang, normally wood or plastic.
3
Screw the inner chimney flue section to the
wall bracket.
Adjusting the telescopic hood
3
Attach the lower part of the hood by
removing the filter panels to gain access
to the lower screw holes.
The telescopic chimney flue can be adjusted in
height to fit your ceiling once fully attached to
the wall.
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Installation
Cleaning
In Use
Re-Circulation using Carbon filters
Two carbon filters can also be added to your
Cooker hood, when air is to be re-circulated
instead of external ducting. Attach to either
side of the motor.
Please see the Partmaster Direct details on the
back cover to order one.
(2 carbon filters required)
Carbon filter
Control panel
0 = Switches the Cooker hood off.
1 = Low speed. Is suitable when low levels of
steam are created whilst cooking.
2 = Medium speed.
3 = High speed. Is suitable when high levels
of steam are created whilst cooking.
= Switches the overhead light on.
The Cooker hood should be left on for at least
15 minutes after cooking has finished to ensure
efficient filtering of the air.
Attaching
the Carbon
filter
Regular cleaning will help to maintain the
effectiveness of your Cooker hood.
1
Switch off and unplug the Cooker hood
before cleaning.
2
Clean the outside of the Cooker hood with
a damp cloth and a mild detergent.
NOTE: Do not use solvents or abrasives as this
may damage the Cooker hood.
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Cleaning the filters
To ensure the filters do not become a fire
hazard we recommend they are washed every
3 months. Do not check the filter panels whilst
the Cooker hood is in use.
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Before cleaning the filters always switch
off and disconnect the electrical supply.
Remove the filter panels by holding down
the buttons on each panel and lifting
towards you. They can then be taken out
of the cooker hood.
Wash each filter in warm water and a
mild detergent, leave to soak and drain.
Ensure it is completely dry before
replacing into the Cooker hood.
Maintenance and Troubleshooting
Changing the internal light
The Cooker hood is not working
Allow the Cooker hood to cool for at least
30 minutes after use before changing the
light bulb.
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Check it is plugged in and switched on.
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Check that the fuse in the plug has
not blown.
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Plug in another appliance, such as a
lamp, to see if the socket is working.
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2
Remove the removable filters by holding
down the buttons on each panel and
lifting towards you. They can then be
taken out of the Cooker hood.
3
Remove the old bulb by unscrewing it in
an anti-clockwise direction.
4
Replace with a new bulb (maximum 40w)
by screwing it in a clockwise direction.
Make sure that it is secure in the bulb
holder (your cooker hood is fitted with
2x 40w bulbs).
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Replace the filters.
Place the bottom of each panel into the
back of the Cooker hood and raise the
top to click into position.
NOTE: The filter panels are also dishwasher
proof. The filter panels may alter in colour
slightly after several washes, this is not a fault.
Before carrying out the bulb replacement
always switch off and disconnect the
electrical supply.
Servicing
Only an authorised, qualified technician
should perform repairs and maintenance of
the appliance.
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Technical specifications Electrical information
MCH60SS
MCH60BLK
MCH90SS
MCH90BLK
Rated Voltage
(V)
230
230
Rated Frequency
(Hz)
50
Rated Power
(W)
160
160
Weight
(kg)
9.5
12
Model
Product Dimension
h/w/d
26x60x50
(cm)
Bulbs
(E14)
50
28x90x50
2x40W max 2x40W max
Weight and Dimensions are approximate. Because we continually
strive to improve our products we may change specifications and
designs without prior notice.
THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED.
This appliance is fitted with a fused three pin plug to BS 1363
which will be suitable for use in all houses fitted with sockets to
current specifications.
If the fitted plug is not suitable for your socket outlets, it should be
cut off and carefully disposed of. To avoid a possible shock
hazard, do not insert the discarded plug into a socket.
Fitting a new plug
If the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this appliance do not
correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in
your plug, proceed as follows:
The wire which is coloured Green and Yellow MUST be connected
to the terminal which is marked with the letter E (Earth) or symbol
or coloured Green. The wire which is coloured Blue MUST be
connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter N or
coloured Black. The wire which is coloured Brown MUST be
connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L or
coloured Red.
If for any reason you need to fit a new plug, the flexible mains lead
must be connected as shown here. The wires in the mains lead fitted
to this appliance are coloured in accordance with the following code: Before refitting the plug cover, check that there are no cut or stray
strands of wire inside the plug. Use a 13 Amp BS1362 fuse, only
BSI or ASTA approved fuses should be used. If you are in any way
unsure which plug or fuse to use, always refer to a qualified
electrician.
CONNECT GREEN AND YELLOW TO EARTH (E)
CONNECT
BLUE TO
NEUTRAL (N)
CONNECT
BROWN TO
LIVE (L)
113 AMP FUSE
MAKE SURE THE OUTER
SHEATH OF THE MAINS
LEAD IS SECURELY HELD
BY THE CLAMP
Note: After replacing or changing a fuse on a moulded plug which
has a fuse cover, the cover must be refitted to the plug, the
appliance must not be used without a fuse cover. If lost,
replacement fuse covers can be obtained from an electrical shop.
This appliance complies with the following EEC Directives:
73 / 23 EEC (Low Voltage Directive)
89 / 336 EEC (EMC Directive).
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