Operating instructions
DIQS10 | DWQS6 | DWQS7 | DWQS9
Range hood
Thank you for choosing to buy one of our products. Your appliance is made to high
standards and is easy to use. Nevertheless, please take the time to read these operating
instructions in order to familiarise yourself with the appliance and get the best use out of
it.
Please follow the safety precautions.
Modifications
Text, diagrams and data correspond to the technical standard of the appliance at the
time these operating instructions went to press. The right to make technical modifications
for the purpose of the further development of the appliance is reserved.
Validity
The product family (model number) corresponds to the first alphanumerics on the identification plate. These operating instructions apply to:
Type
Product family
Size system
DIQS10
63014
100
DWQS6
62019
60
DWQS7
62020
70
DWQS9
62021
90
Variations depending on the model are noted in the text.
© V-ZUG Ltd, CH-6301 Zug, 2018
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Contents
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Safety precautions
4
1.1
Symbols used......................................................... 4
1.2
General safety precautions.................................. 4
1.3
Appliance-specific safety precautions ............... 5
1.4
Appliance installation ............................................ 5
1.5
Instructions for use................................................ 6
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Appliance description
2.1
Introduction ............................................................. 8
2.2
Extraction mode ..................................................... 8
2.3
Recirculation mode with activated charcoal filter
8
2.4
Features................................................................... 8
2.5
Construction ........................................................... 8
2.6
Operating and display elements......................... 9
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Operating the appliance
3.1
Using for the first time ........................................ 10
3.2
Switching the appliance on/off ......................... 10
3.3
Illumination ............................................................ 10
3.4
Power level............................................................ 11
3.5
Intensive level ....................................................... 11
3.6
After-running time ................................................ 11
3.7
CleanAir ................................................................. 12
3.8
Saturation indicator alarm.................................. 12
3.9
Remote control (accessories) ........................... 13
4
Care and maintenance
4.1
Cleaning the housing.......................................... 15
4.2
Metal grease filters .............................................. 15
4.3
Standard activated charcoal filter..................... 16
4.4
Long-life activated charcoal filters .................... 17
4.5
Reset saturation indicator alarm....................... 18
4.6
Replacing the LED light bulbs........................... 18
5
Trouble-shooting
18
6
Accessories and spare parts
19
7
Technical data
19
7.1
Product fiche ........................................................ 20
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Disposal
9
Index
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Service & Support
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1
Safety precautions
1.1
Symbols used
Denotes important safety precautions.
Failure to observe said precautions
can result in injury or in damage to
the appliance or fittings!
Information and precautions that
should be observed.
Information on disposal
Information about the operating instructions
Remove plug from mains socket /
disconnect power supply
Insert plug into mains socket / connect power supply
Do not cut off or modify mains plug
Wear protective gloves
▸ Indicates step-by-step instructions.
– Describes how the appliance reacts
to the steps taken.
▪ Indicates a list.
1.2
General safety precautions
▪ Read the operating instructions before using the appliance for the first time!
▪ This appliance can be used
by children aged 8 and above
and by persons with reduced
physical, sensory or mental
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capabilities, or lack of experience and/or knowledge,
provided they are supervised
or have been instructed on
the safe use of the appliance
and have understood the hazards involved. Children shall
not play with the appliance.
Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be undertaken
by children without supervision.
▪ If an appliance is not
equipped with a mains cable
and a plug or other means for
disconnecting from the mains
with a contact opening on
each pole complying with the
conditions of overvoltage category III for full isolation, an
isolating device must be incorporated into the permanently installed electrical installation in accordance with the
installation regulations.
▪ If the mains cable of this appliance is damaged, it must
be replaced by the manufacturer or its Customer Services
or a similarly qualified person
in order to avoid hazard.
1 Safety precautions
1.3
Appliance-specific safety
precautions
▪ The room must be adequately
ventilated when operating the
range hood at the same time
as other appliances that burn
gas or other fuels.
▪ Observe the official regulations for the exhaust-air layout.
▪ The extracted air must not be
fed into a chimney which is
used for exhausting fumes
from appliances burning gas
or other fuels.
▪ The minimum distance
between the supporting surface for the cooking equipment on the hob and the lowest part of the range hood
must be observed. If the
range hood is installed above
a gas appliance, this distance
must not be less than 65 cm.
If the installation instructions
for the gas hob stipulate a larger distance, this must be observed.
▪ WARNING: Before replacing
the light bulb, ensure the appliance is switched off and
disconnected from the mains
power supply to avoid possible electric shock.
▪ When replacing a light bulb,
the maximum wattage rating
of replaceable light bulbs
must be visible.
▪ This appliance is intended for
use in the home and similar
settings such as: in staff kitchens in shops, offices and
other commercial establishments; in agricultural establishments; by guests in hotels,
motels and other accommodation establishments; in bed
and breakfast establishments.
▪ Do not operate the appliance
using an external time switch
or a separate remote control
system.
▪ Failure to follow the cleaning
instructions may cause a fire
hazard.
▪ Do not flambé food underneath the range hood.
1.4
Appliance installation
▪ The appliance must be installed by
qualified personnel only.
▪ Each step must be carried out and
checked in full in the order specified.
▪ Electrical connections must be carried
out by qualified personnel in accordance with the guidelines and standards
for low-voltage installations and the specifications of the local electricity supply
companies.
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1 Safety precautions
▪ A plug-in appliance may only be connected to a socket outlet with earthing
contact, installed according to specifications. An all-pole mains isolating device
with 3 mm contact opening should be
provided in the house wiring system.
Switches, plug and socket devices, circuit breakers and fusible cut-outs which
are accessible after installation and
which have all-poles switching are permissible as isolating devices. Effective
earthing and separately installed neutral
and earth conductors ensure safe and
fault-free operation. After installation,
live parts and cables with basic insulation must not be accessible. Check old
installations.
▪ Refer to the identification plate for information on the required mains
voltage, current type and fuse protection.
▪ All plastering, plasterboarding, wall papering or painting work is to be carried
out prior to installing the appliance.
▪ Efficient repairs can only be guaranteed
if it is possible to de-install the complete
appliance at any time without causing
any damage.
1.5
Instructions for use
Before using for the first time
▪ The appliance must be installed and
connected to the electricity supply in
accordance with the separate installation instructions. Have a qualified fitter/
electrician carry out the necessary
work.
▪ Observe the official regulations for the
exhaust-air layout.
▪ Dispose of the packaging material in
accordance with local regulations.
Correct use
▪ The appliance is designed for use in
the home for extracting cooking fumes
and smells from above the cooking surface.
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▪ Any repairs, modifications or manipulations to the appliance, especially any
electrically live parts, may only be carried out by the manufacturer, its customer service department or similarly
qualified persons. Repairs if carried out
incorrectly may cause serious injury,
damage to the appliance and fittings,
as well as affect the functioning of the
appliance. If the appliance is not working properly or in case a repair is
needed, follow the instructions given in
the 'Service & Support' section. Contact
our Customer Services if necessary.
▪ Use original spare parts only.
▪ Retain these operating instructions for
future reference.
Note on use
▪ If the appliance is visibly damaged, do
not use it. Contact our Customer Services.
▪ If the appliance is not functioning properly, disconnect it from the power supply immediately.
▪ Ensure there is adequate ventilation
when the extractor fan is on so as to
avoid creating underpressure in the kitchen and to achieve optimal air extraction.
▪ Avoid a cross-current of air, which
could blow the cooking vapours over
the cooking area.
▪ If other appliances – fired by gas or
other fuels – are being used at the
same time, ensure that there is a sufficient supply of fresh air. This does not
apply to air recirculation appliances.
▪ If other firing systems are being used at
the same time (e.g. wood, gas, oil or
coal fired heating appliances), safe operation is only possible providing a
room negative pressure of 4 Pa
(0.04 mbar) is not exceeded at the location of the appliance. Risk of toxic
1 Safety precautions
fumes! An adequate flow of fresh air
must be guaranteed e.g. via non-closable openings in doors or windows and
in combination with an air-intake/exhaust-air wall box or by other technical
means.
▪ When cleaning the appliance make
sure no water gets inside it. Use a moderately damp cloth only. Do not spray
the inside or outside of the appliance
with water. Do not use a steam cleaner.
If water gets inside the appliance, it can
cause damage.
▪ Accessible parts may become hot when
used with cooking appliances.
Caution: Burns hazard!
▪ Do not leave the appliance unattended
when deep-frying on the cooking surface. The cooking oil in the deep-frying
appliance could overheat and catch
fire. Constantly monitor the temperature
of the cooking oil, keeping it below the
temperature at which it can catch fire.
Change the cooking oil regularly – dirty
oil catches fire more easily than clean
oil.
Caution: Risk to life!
▪ Packaging material, e.g. plastic film and
polystyrene, can be dangerous for children and animals. Danger of suffocation! Keep packaging material away
from children and animals.
▪ When carrying out maintenance work
on the appliance, including replacing
light bulbs, cut off the electricity supply
to the appliance: remove the screw fuse
from the holder or switch the circuit
breaker off, or disconnect from the
mains supply.
How to avoid damaging the appliance
▪ Observe the cleaning intervals. Failure
to do so can increase the fire hazard
due to the build-up of grease in the
metal grease filters.
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Appliance description
2.1
Introduction
The appliance is designed for use in the home for extracting cooking odours from above
a cooking area and can be used in the extraction or recirculation mode.
2.2
Extraction mode
A fan extracts cooking fumes and smells from above the cooking surface. The metal
grease filters clean the extracted air, which is then passed through a connecting pipe fitted with an integrated non-return valve and through the air duct to the outside.
When in use, ensure there is a sufficient supply of fresh air to replace the air that is
being extracted.
2.3
Recirculation mode with activated charcoal filter
A fan extracts cooking fumes and smells from above the cooking surface. The air is
passed through the metal grease filter and activated charcoal filter, grease particles and
odours are largely removed from the air and it is then circulated back into the room.
If activated charcoal filters are not supplied with the appliance, these should be
ordered and installed before using the appliance for the first time.
2.4
Features
▪ 1 hood body is equipped with: extractor fan, LED lighting, operating and display elements, metal grease filters
▪ Casing
▪ Installation material
▪ Activated charcoal filter for recirculation mode (not included in the scope of delivery,
available as an accessory)
2.5
Construction
1 Casing
2 Hood body
3 Operating and display elements
1
4 Illumination with cover
5 Metal grease filters
2
3
4
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2.6
Operating and display elements
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Buttons
Switch appliance on/off
Decrease power level
Increase power level
Intensive power level; alarm for activated charcoal filter on/off
CleanAir function; reset saturation indicator
After-running time; activate remote control
High intensity illumination
Low intensity illumination
Display field
03
Power level (1–3)
HI
Intensive level
FC.
Switch between extraction/recirculation mode; alarm for activated charcoal filter on/off
24.
CleanAir function active
FF
Reset saturation indicator alarm
FG
Saturation indicator for metal grease filters
FC
Saturation indicator for activated charcoal filter (recirculation mode
only)
I R.
Remote control on/off
Depending on the model and features, the specification of your appliance may differ in individual details from the standard specification described.
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Operating the appliance
The appliance can be operated using the operating and display elements on the appliance or the remote control (available as an accessory).
3.1
Using for the first time
Appliance configuration
The model can be used to extract or recirculate air. The appliance is set up ex-factory for
use in the extraction mode.
Setting up the appliance for use in the recirculation mode
▸ Switch the appliance and the illumination off.
▸ Hold the
button depressed for 5 seconds.
– FC. appears in the display with a dot that flashes twice.
– The appliance is now configured for the recirculation mode and the saturation indicator for the activated charcoal filter is activated.
Setting up the appliance for use in the extraction mode
▸ Switch the appliance and the illumination off.
▸ Hold the
button depressed for 5 seconds.
– FC. appears in the display with a dot that flashes once.
– The appliance is now configured for the extraction mode and the saturation indicator for the activated charcoal filter is deactivated.
3.2
Switching the appliance on/off
▸ Touch the
button.
– The appliance switches on at power level 1.
▸ Touch the
button again.
– The appliance switches off.
3.3
Illumination
▸ Touch the
or
button.
– The illumination switches on at the selected light intensity.
▸ Touch the previously selected button
or
again.
– The illumination switches off.
The illumination can be used independently of the extractor fan.
Changing the light intensity
▸ Touch the
button.
– The illumination switches on at high intensity.
▸ Touch the
button.
– The illumination switches on at low intensity.
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3.4
Power level
▸ Touch the
button.
– The next highest power level switches on.
▸ Touch the
button.
– The next lowest power level switches on.
– The corresponding power level appears in the display.
The intensive power level cannot be selected using the
3.5
button.
Intensive level
The intensive power level can run for 6 minutes. It is used for short bursts of intensive extraction of cooking fumes and smells, e.g. when searing meat. The intensive power level
then switches back to the previously selected power level or switches the appliance off.
Switching on
▸ Touch the
button.
– The appliance switches the intensive power level on for 6 minutes.
– HI and the time remaining alternate in the display.
▪ If another power level had been running beforehand, then the appliance will automatically revert to this power level after 6 minutes has elapsed.
▪ If no power level had been running when the intensive level was selected, the appliance will switch off after 6 minutes.
Ending before time
▸ While the intensive power level is active, touch the
button.
– The intensive level switches off before time.
– The appliance switches back to the previously selected power level or switches off.
3.6
After-running time
The purpose of the after-running time function is to remove any lingering smells after
cooking. The appliance continues to run at the power level set for 30 minutes and then
switches off automatically.
Switching on
▸ Switch the appliance on and touch the
or
button repeatedly until the desired
power level is reached.
▸ Touch the
button.
– The after-running time function switches on and the corresponding power level appears in the display.
– A dot in the display flashes once a second when the after-running time function is
active.
Ending before time
▸ Touch the
button again to end the after-running time function.
– The after-running time function ends.
– The appliance switches back to the previously selected power level.
▸ Touch the
button.
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– The appliance switches off.
The after-running time function cannot be activated with the intensive power level
or the CleanAir function.
3.7
CleanAir
The CleanAir function cleans (recirculation mode) or extracts (extraction mode) the air
periodically. This runs every hour for 10 minutes on power level 1. The CleanAir function
switches off after 24 hours.
Switching on
The CleanAir function cannot be activated with the intensive power level or the
after-running time function.
▸ Touch the
button.
– The CleanAir function switches on and 24. appears in the display.
– A dot in the display flashes once a second when the CleanAir function is active.
Ending before time
▸ Touch the
button again to end the CleanAir function.
– The CleanAir function switches off.
3.8
Saturation indicator alarm
Metal grease filters
After 100 operating hours, FG appears in the display when the appliance is switched off.
The saturation level has been reached and the metal grease filters must be cleaned.
Activated charcoal filter (recirculation mode only)
After 200 operating hours, FC appears in the display when the appliance is switched off.
The saturation level of the activated charcoal filter has been reached. The activated charcoal filter has to be cleaned and regenerated or replaced. Metal grease filters have also
to be cleaned. Observe the cleaning instructions.
Reset the saturation indicator alarm after cleaning.
▸ Switch the appliance and the illumination off.
▸ Hold the
button depressed for 3 seconds.
– FF flashes thrice in the display.
– Saturation indicator alarm FG or FC goes out.
Only activate the saturation indicator for the activated charcoal filter if the appliance is being used in the recirculation mode. For more details, see: Using for the
first time (see page 10).
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3.9
Remote control (accessories)
This appliance can be operated by remote control (a remote control is not included in
the scope of delivery, but is available for order as an accessory), which requires two 1.5volt LR03-AAA batteries (not included in the scope of delivery).
Switch illumination on/off;
change light intensity
Switch appliance on/off
Decrease power level
Increase power level
i
Switch intensive level on/off
Switch after-running time on/off
Do not place the remote control near any heat sources.
Dispose of the batteries at a suitable recycling point in accordance with national
regulations.
Activating the remote control
▸ Switch the appliance and the illumination off.
▸ Hold the
button on the appliance depressed for 5 seconds.
– I R. flashes twice in the display.
– The appliance can now be operated using the remote control.
Deactivating the remote control
▸ Switch the appliance and the illumination off.
▸ Hold the
button depressed again for 5 seconds.
– I R. flashes once in the display.
– The remote control is deactivated.
Switching the appliance on/off
▸ Touch the
button.
– The appliance switches on at power level 1.
▸ Touch the
button again.
– The appliance switches off.
Switching the illumination on/off
▸ Touch the
button.
– The illumination switches on at maximum intensity.
▸ Touch the
button again.
– The illumination switches off.
Changing the light intensity
▸ When the illumination is switched on, hold the
button depressed for 2 seconds.
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– The light intensity lowers.
▸ When the light intensity is low, touch the
button.
– The light intensity increases.
▪ The illumination switches off if the
button has been held depressed for 2 seconds
when the light intensity is low or if it is pressed when the light intensity is high.
The illumination can be used independently of the extractor fan.
Changing the power level
▸ Touch the
button.
– The next highest power level switches on.
▸ Touch the
button.
– The next lowest power level switches on.
Switching intensive level on/off
▸ Touch the i button.
– The intensive level switches on.
▸ Touch the i button again.
– The intensive level switches off.
Switching after-running time on/off
▸ Switch the appliance on and select the desired power level using the
▸ Touch the
button.
– The after-running time switches on.
▸ Touch the
button again.
– The after-running time switches off before time.
Switching the CleanAir function on/off
▸ Hold the
button depressed for 2 seconds.
– The CleanAir function switches on.
▸ Hold the
button depressed again for 2 seconds.
– The CleanAir function switches off before time.
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or
button.
4 Care and maintenance
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Care and maintenance
4.1
Cleaning the housing
Make sure no water gets inside the appliance. If water gets into the appliance, it
can cause damage.
Do not use abrasive cleaners, scouring pads, steel wool, etc. for cleaning, as they
can damage the surface. Before cleaning the appliance, disconnect the power
supply and switch off the fuse or circuit breaker.
Exterior
▸ Clean using a clean, damp cloth and a mild cleaning agent, then wipe dry.
Interior
Grease and condensate water can build up on the inside around the metal grease filters.
▸ Clean using a clean, damp cloth and a mild cleaning agent, or a soft brush as
needed, then dry well using kitchen towel.
4.2
Metal grease filters
The metal grease filters should be cleaned at least every two months with normal use
(more frequently with intensive use) and whenever the saturation indicator alarm is
triggered. If properly cared for, the grease filters should provide years of service.
Removing
1
2
▸ Push the lock on the metal grease filter
back.
▸ Remove the grease filter down and out of the fixture
.
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Cleaning
▸ Clean the grease filters in the dishwasher. Select the «intensive» dishwasher programme with a warm prewash. If no dishwasher is available: Soak the metal grease filters in hot water and mild detergent.
▸ Clean, rinse well with clean cold water and then wipe dry.
– Grease filters can be used again after being cleaned.
▸ Put the metal grease filters back.
▸ Reset saturation indicator alarm (see page 18).
Cleaning may cause the metal grease filters to become slightly discoloured. However, this will not affect the functioning of the filters in any way.
4.3
Standard activated charcoal filter
The standard activated charcoal filter needs replacing after an operating period of 3 to 6
months and whenever the saturation indicator alarm is triggered. Standard activated
charcoal filters cannot be washed or regenerated.
Removing
1
3
2
▸ Remove the metal grease filters.
▸ Push the bar
and move the activated charcoal filter down and out
.
▸ Dispose of spent activated charcoal filters at a suitable recycling point
and replace.
▸ Reset saturation indicator alarm (see page 18).
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4.4
Long-life activated charcoal filters
The long-life activated charcoal filter should be cleaned and reactivated every 3 to 6
months and whenever the saturation indicator alarm is triggered. Depending on intensity
of use, do not exceed 6–8 regeneration cycles. If properly cared for, the service life of
the long-life activated charcoal filter is 3 years.
Removing/cleaning and regenerating
1
70°C
3
70°C
2
4
2h
▸ Remove the metal grease filters.
▸ Push the bar
and move the long-life activated charcoal filter down and out
.
▸ Clean the activated charcoal filter in the dishwasher
at max. 70 °C. Do not use detergent! Wash separately so that no food debris can become stuck to the activated
charcoal filter. If no dishwasher is available: Soak the activated charcoal filter in water
in the sink and rinse well afterwards with clean cold water.
▸ Then allow the activated charcoal filter to dry in a vertical position at room temperature or in the oven at max. 70 °C for 2 hours
.
After heat regeneration in the oven, allow the activated charcoal filter to cool down
before putting it back in the range hood. Risk of burns!
▸ Reset saturation indicator alarm (see page 18).
▸ Dispose of activated charcoal filters that are spent and no longer able to be recycled
at a suitable recycling point.
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5 Trouble-shooting
4.5
Reset saturation indicator alarm
Reset the saturation indicator alarm for the metal grease filter FG / activated charcoal filter FC after cleaning/replacing.
▸ With the appliance switched off and the illumination off, hold the
for 3 seconds.
button depressed
– The saturation indicator FF flashes 3 times and then FG / FC goes out if reset correctly.
4.6
Replacing the LED light bulbs
For safety reasons, the LED light bulbs must be replaced by our Customer Services.
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Trouble-shooting
This section lists faults that can be solved simply by following the instructions given. If
the fault cannot be remedied, please call Customer Services.
Before calling Customer Services: Please note down the serial number (for FN, see identification plate under «Technical data») and what led to the fault.
Malfunction
Possible cause
Solution
Appliance is not
working.
▪ An interruption in the
power supply.
▸ Check the mains power supply.
▸ Change fuse.
▸ Reset automatic circuit breaker.
Illumination is not
working.
▪ LED light bulb is defective. ▸ Contact Customer Services.
Malfunction
Possible cause
Solution
Appliance is not extracting enough air.
▪ Metal grease filters are
dirty.
▸ Clean metal grease filters.
▪ Recirculation mode only:
Activated charcoal filters
are saturated.
▸ Clean and reactivate or replace
activated charcoal filters.
▪ Extraction mode only: Insufficient fresh air intake.
▸ Ensure fresh air intake is sufficient.
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6 Accessories and spare parts
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Accessories and spare parts
Please give product family of the appliance and exact designation of the accessory or
spare part when ordering parts.
Metal grease filters
Long-life activated charcoal filters
Standard activated charcoal filter
Remote control
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Technical data
Electrical connection
Accessing the identification plate:
▸ Remove the metal grease filters.
▪ The identification plate is located on the inside of the appliance.
▪ A second identification plate is included in the scope of delivery and should be
retained for the purpose of appliance identification.
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7 Technical data
7.1
Product fiche
In accordance with EU Regulation No. 65/2014 and No. 66/2014
Description
Brand
Model identifier
Abbreviations
Unit
Value
S
-
V-ZUG SA
M
-
63014 / 62019-21
Annual Energy Consumption
AEChood
kWh/a
43.3 / 41.7
Energy Efficiency Index
EEIhood
%
41.6 / 40.5
Energy Efficiency Class
EEC
-
A+ / A+
Fluid Dynamic Efficiency
FDEhood
%
35.0 / 35.0
Fluid Dynamic Efficiency Class
FDEC
-
A/A
Lighting Efficiency
LEhood
lux/W
68 / 109
Lighting Efficiency Class
LEC
-
A/A
GFEhood
%
85.1 / 85.1
GFEC
-
B/B
Air flow at minimum
speed
Qmin
m3/h
300 / 300
Air flow at maximum
speed (intensive or boost excluded)
Qmax
m3/h
580 / 580
Air flow at intensive
or boost setting
Qboost
m3/h
700 / 700
Airborne acoustical A-weighted
Sound Power Emissions at minimum
speed
SPEmin
dBA
52 / 52
Airborne acoustical A-weighted
Sound Power Emissions at maximum
speed
SPEmax
dBA
66 / 66
Airborne acoustical A-weighted
Sound Power Emissions at intensive
or boost setting
SPEboost
dBA
69 / 69
Measured power consumption of off
mode
P0
W
0.49 / 0.49
Measured power consumption of
standby mode
Ps
W
-/-
f
-
0.7 / 0.7
Measured air flow rate at the best efficiency point
QBEP
3
m /h
428.5 / 428.5
Measured air pressure at the best efficiency point
PBEP
PA
461.0 / 461.0
Measured value of the electric power
input at the best efficiency point
WBEP
W
157.0 / 157.0
Grease Filtering Efficiency
Grease Filtering
Efficiency Class
Time increase factor
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Nominal power of the lighting system
Average illumination of the lighting
system on the cooking surface
Sound power level
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Disposal
8.1
Packaging
WL
W
4.4 / 2.2
Emiddle
lux
300 / 240
Lwa
dBA
66 / 66
Never allow children to play with packaging material due to the danger of injury or
suffocation. Store the packaging material in a safe location or dispose of it in an
environmentally-friendly way.
8.2
Safety
Render the appliance unusable to prevent accidents caused by improper use (e.g.
through children playing):
▸ Disconnect the appliance from the mains. With a fixed appliance, this is to be carried
out by a qualified electrician. Then cut the mains cable off flush with the appliance.
8.3
Disposal
The «crossed‐out wheeled bin» symbol requires the separate collection of waste
electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE). Such equipment can contain hazardous,
environmentally harmful materials.
▪ These appliances are to be handed over to a designated collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment and must not be disposed of with unsorted
household waste. And in this way, you will be helping to protect resources and the environment.
▪ For more information, please contact the local authorities.
▪
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Index
A
R
Accessories ...................................................... 19
After-running time............................................. 11
Appliance configuration.................................. 10
Appliance description ........................................ 8
Appliance disposal .......................................... 21
Appliance installation ......................................... 5
Recirculation mode ............................................ 8
Remote control................................................. 13
C
Care and maintenance ................................... 15
Changing light intensity
With remote control..................................... 13
Changing power level ..................................... 11
With remote control..................................... 14
CleanAir function.............................................. 12
Cleaning
Activated charcoal filters ............................ 16
Housing ......................................................... 15
Long-life activated charcoal filters
........................................................................ 17
Metal grease filters ...................................... 15
Construction......................................................... 8
D
Disposal............................................................. 21
E
Electrical connection ....................................... 19
Equipment ............................................................ 8
Extraction mode .................................................. 8
I
Identification plate............................................ 19
Illumination ........................................................ 10
With remote control..................................... 13
Initial set-up .......................................................... 6
Intensive level ................................................... 11
With remote control..................................... 14
M
Model number ..................................................... 2
O
Operating and display elements...................... 9
Operating the appliance ................................. 10
P
Product family...................................................... 2
Product fiche..................................................... 21
Q
Queries .............................................................. 23
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S
Safety precautions
Appliance installation ..................................... 5
Appliance-specific .......................................... 5
Before using for the first time....................... 6
Correct use ...................................................... 6
General ............................................................. 4
Instructions for use......................................... 6
Note on use ..................................................... 6
Saturation indicator.......................................... 12
Selecting light intensity ................................... 10
Service & Support................................... 23
Service agreement........................................... 23
Spare parts ....................................................... 19
Switching appliance on/off ............................ 10
With remote control..................................... 13
Symbols ................................................................ 4
T
Technical data .................................................. 19
Trouble-shooting .............................................. 18
Type....................................................................... 2
V
Validity................................................................... 2
9 Service & Support
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Service & Support
The «Trouble-shooting» section gives you valuable tips on how to deal with minor
malfunctions yourself, saving you the time and trouble of calling out a service technician and any cost that goes along with it.
Information on the V-ZUG warranty can be found at www.vzug.com →Service
→Warranty information. Please read this information carefully.
Please register your V-ZUG appliance immediately:
▪ online at www.vzug.com →Service →Online warranty registration or
▪ using the enclosed registration card.
This will allow you to take advantage of the best possible support in the event of a fault
in the appliance during the guarantee period. You will require the serial number (FN) and
appliance designation to register your appliance. You will find them on the identification
plate of your appliance.
My appliance information:
FN: ___________________
Appliance: _____________________
Please have this appliance information to hand when contacting V-ZUG. Thank you.
▸ Remove the metal grease filters.
– The identification plate is located on the inside of the appliance.
– A second identification plate is included in the scope of delivery and should be retained for the purpose of appliance identification.
Your repair order
Call the free service number 0800 850 850 to contact your nearest
V-ZUG service centre. You can arrange an onsite visit by us by phone if you wish.
General queries, accessories and service agreement
V-ZUG will be happy to help you with any general administrative or technical queries, to
accept your orders for accessories and spare parts and to inform you about our progressive service agreements. You can contact us by calling Tel. + 41 58 767 67 67 or
by going to our website at www.vzug.com.
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Quick instructions
88
Buttons
Switch appliance on/off
Decrease power level
Increase power level
Intensive power level; alarm for activated charcoal filter on/off
CleanAir function; reset saturation indicator
After-running time; activate remote control
High intensity illumination
Low intensity illumination
Display field
03
Power level (1–3)
HI
Intensive level
FC.
Switch between extraction/recirculation mode; alarm for activated charcoal filter on/off
24.
CleanAir function active
FF
Reset saturation indicator alarm
FG
Saturation indicator for metal grease filters
FC
Saturation indicator for activated charcoal filter (recirculation mode
only)
I R.
Remote control on/off
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V-ZUG Ltd, Industriestrasse 66, CH-6301 Zug
Tel. +41 58 767 67 67, Fax +41 58 767 61 61
info@vzug.com, www.vzug.com
Service Centre: Tel. 0800 850 850