Atlan CHW 6215 TS 9215 TS CHW 9218

CHW 6215 TS
CHW 9215 TS
CHW 9218 TTS
Users Manual
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Dear Customer,
Congratulations on the purchase of your new Defy appliance.
Please read this manual carefully before using your appliance for the first time and then store it
within easy reach for future reference.
This manual will provide you with information on how to operate and care for your appliance to
gain the maximum benefit from it.
We trust you will enjoy years of trouble free use.
Important information or useful
hints about usage.
Warning for hazardous situations
with regard to life and property.
Warning for electric shock.
The manufacturer strives for
continuous improvement. For this
reason, the text and illustrations in
this manual are subject to change
without notice.
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Important safety instructions.
General safety.
Safety for children.
Safety when working with electricity.
Electrical connection.
Before use.
Mode of operation.
Control Panel.
Maintenance and cleaning.
Owner’s responsibility.
Service Centres.
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Important safety instructions
This section contains safety
instructions that will help you
avoid risk of injury and damage.
All warranties will be void if you
do not follow these instructions.
This appliance is intended to be
used in household and similar
applications such as:
1. Staff kitchen areas, in shops,
offices and other working
2. Farm houses;
3. By clients in hotels, motels and
other residential type
4. Bed and breakfast type
General safety
• This cooker hood is not
intended for use by persons
(including children) with
reduced physical, sensory or
mental capabilities or lack of
experience and knowledge,
unless they have been given
supervision or instruction
concerning the use of the
cooker hood by a person
responsible for their safety.
• Children must be supervised to
prevent them from tampering
with the cooker hood.
• Cleaning and user
maintenance must not be done
by children without supervision.
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Do not operate the cooker hood
if it is defective or has any
visible damage.
Do not carry out any repairs or
modifications on the cooker
Never wash down the cooker
hood with water! There is a risk
of electric shock!
Never use the cooker hood
when your judgment or
coordination is impaired by the
use of alcohol and/or drugs.
The cooker hood must be
disconnected from the mains
during installation,
maintenance, cleaning and
repair procedures.
Do not place any flammable
materials close to the cooker
Make sure that the cooker hood
function knobs are switched off
after every use.
Switch off the power at the
mains in the event of a fault or
when cleaning the cooker
Do not check the status of the
filters while the cooker hood is
Never operate the cooker hood
without a filter.
This cooker hood complies with
all relevant safety regulations.
Never leave cooking fat or oil
unattended. Overheated fat or
oil can easily catch fire.
Do not flambé food directly
under the cooker hood. The
flames pose the risk of the filter
catching fire.
Restrictions apply to the use of
the cooker hood over a solid
fuel or gas stove.
Observe the minimum distance
between the supporting surface
for cooking vessels on the hob
and the lowest part of the
cooker hood. (When the cooker
hood is located above a gas
appliance, this distance shall
be at least 65 cm).
Regulations concerning the
discharge of air must be
The air must not be discharged
into a flue that is used for
exhausting fumes from
appliances burning gas or other
There must be adequate
ventilation of the room when
the cooker hood is used at the
same time as appliances
burning gas or other fuels.
Do not touch any part of the
light fittings or adjacent areas
during or straight after
prolonged use as they get very
hot and could cause severe
In certain circumstances
electrical appliances may be a
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Avoid leaving exposed flames
unattended and always ensure
that the burners are covered as
open flames are damaging for
the filters and a fire hazard.
Constantly check food frying to
avoid overheated oil becoming
a fire hazard.
There is a risk of fire if cleaning
is not carried out in accordance
with the instructions.
Do not use with a programmer,
timer, separate remote-control
system or any other device that
switches on automatically.
CAUTION: Accessible parts may
become hot when used with
cooking appliances.
Safety for children
• Electrical products are
dangerous to children. Keep
children away from the cooker
hood when it is operating and
do not allow them to play with
the cooker hood.
• Packaging materials are
dangerous for children. Keep
packaging materials away from
children. Please dispose of all
parts of the packaging in a
responsible manner.
• Plastic bags should be cut up
to prevent children playing with
them and accidentally
Safety when working with
Connect the cooker hood to an
earthed outlet/line protected by
a fuse of suitable capacity.
Have the earth installation
made by a qualified electrician.
This cooker hood must be
earthed and the manufacturer
and the seller do not accept
responsibility for any damage
due to incorrect installation or
electrical connection.
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.
Defective electric equipment is
one of the major causes of
house fires.
Any work on electrical
equipment and systems should
only be carried out by
authorized and qualified
In case of any damage, switch
off the cooker hood and
disconnect it from the mains.
Report the damage to your
dealer, who will take the
necessary corrective action.
Warning: The manufacturer shall
not be liable for any damage
caused by improper use or
handling errors.
Warning: Damaged power cables
must be replaced by an
Authorized Service Agent.
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Electrical connection
• The cooker hood uses a 220-230V~ /
Mode of operation
50Hz power supply.
• If the mains power cord is damaged, it
must be replaced by a qualified
• The power cord is located in the chimney
area. Should you require an installation
with no visible wiring, a 15 amp earthed
plug socket should be accessible either in
the ceiling above the cooker hood or on
the wall behind the chimney area. (A
qualified electrician must provide this
• The cooker hood must be earthed. The
manufacturer and the seller do not
accept responsibility for any damage
due to incorrect electrical connection.
• This cooker hood may not be used with
a battery inverter power supply.
The appliance has been designed as either
an air extractor (The air is drawn in and
cleaned by the aluminium filter and directed
outside through an exhaust pipe with 150mm
diameter (not included with the product) or
as an air re-circulator (The air is drawn in
and cleaned by a carbon filter (not included
with the product).
To work as an air extractor; your cooker
hood can be installed as per the below
• The cooker hood fan extracts the kitchen
vapours and passes them through the
• The filter absorbs the solid particles in the
cooking vapours, keeping the kitchen
almost free of grease.
Before use
Before using your new cooker hood for the
first time, please read this manual carefully.
It contains important information concerning
your personal safety as well as on the use
and care of the cooker hood.
• Remove all packaging (except any
protective film on the cooker hood if
applicable) and dispose of it in an
environmentally friendly manner.
• If the cooker hood is damaged in any
way, do not use it. Report the damage to
your dealer, who will take the necessary
corrective action.
Note: Ensure any protective
coverings have been removed
after installation.
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To work as an air re-circulator; your cooker
hood can be installed as per the below
The cooker hood must be placed at a
distance of 65-75 cm from the cooking
surface for best effect.
When the cooker hood is located above a
gas appliance, the minimum distance
between the supporting surface for the
cooking vessels on the hob and the lowest
part of the range hood that shall be at least
65 cm.
Warning: For your safety, ask a
qualified technician to perform the
electrical installation of the hood.
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1. Position the hood against the wall and
mark the position of the support holes (A,
B, C, D and E) that are to be drilled.
2. Use a drill bit with an 8 mm diameter to
make holes in the wall where you have
marked these positions.
3. Insert the supplied wall plugs in the holes
and fix the hanging plate on the holes A,
B and E with the supplied 4 x 40 mm
4. Hang the hood on the two hooks (F and
G) and fix it onto the wall by tightening
the supplied 4 x 30 mm screws into the
wall plugs in C and D.
5. Fix the outer chimney on the top of the
hood using the supplied screws.
6. Place the inner chimney over the outer
7. Position the inner and outer chimneys
against wall and mark the position of the
support holes (H, I, J and K).
8. Use a drill bit with an 8 mm diameter to
make four holes in the wall where you
have marked these positions.
9. Fix the hanging plate on the inner
chimney using the supplied screws.
10. Insert the supplied wall plugs in the
11. Fix the inner and outer chimneys on the
wall by fixing the hanging plates on the
holes J, K, H and I with the supplied
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Installing carbon filters
Remove the air filter then install the carbon
filters as indicated in the following diagrams.
Attach the air filter to the hood after installing
the carbon filters.
Note: The carbon filters must
never be washed and should be
replaced every 3 months.
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Control panel
For model CHW 6215 TS and CHW 9215 TS
Press “
” button, and the motor will stop.
Press “
” button and the motor runs at low speed.
Press “
” button and the motor runs at middle speed.
Press “
” button and the motor runs at high speed.
Press “
” button and lights will be on. Press it again and the light will be off.
For model CHW 9218 TTS
Touch control has five functions:
1. Power on: Switch on the power supply, and the backlight is lit. And it will turn off after 5
seconds if without any operation, then the hood enters stand-by mode.
2. Touch
button once; lights will be on .Touch
button again; lights will be off.
3. Touch the low speed button
motor will stop.
once, the motor will run at low speed. Touch it again, the
4. Touch the Mid speed button
motor will stop.
once, the motor will run at mid speed. Touch it again, the
5. Touch the high speed button
motor will stop.
once, the motor will run at high speed. Touch it again, the
While the hood is working, touch the timer button
automatically after 5 minutes.
Figures in this manual are
schematic and may not exactly
match your product.
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once, the hood will power off
Maintenance and cleaning
WARNING: Before cleaning any
part of the hood, switch the power
off at the mains.
Cleaning the air filter
In normal operation (1 to 2 hours daily), the
filters must be cleaned every 8 to 10 weeks.
If cleaning is not carried out in accordance
with the instructions, the accumulated
grease could, over time, become a fire risk.
The air filter is made of high-density
aluminium. Please do not use a corrosive
detergent on it. Keeping this filter clean will
keep the appliance operating correctly.
Please follow the guideline below.
1. Put the air filter into clean water at a
temperature of about 40˚C to 50˚C.
2. Pour the detergent on the air filter and
soak for approximately 3 minutes.
3. Wear gloves and gently clean it with a soft
Do not apply too much pressure
when cleaning the air filter as the
air filter is delicate and too much
pressure will cause damage to it.
Cleaning the hood
To protect the main body from corrosion
over a long period of time, the cooker hood
should be cleaned with hot water along with
a non corrosive detergent every two months.
Please do not use abrasive detergent; it will
damage the cosmetic surface.
Keep the motor and other parts
free from water, as this will cause
damage to the appliance.
The carbon filters must not be
exposed to heat.
WARNING: There is a fire risk if
cleaning is not carried out in
accordance with these
General cleaning. (Stainless steel)
Stainless steel is not adversely affected by
normal household use but because of its
reputation for durability, it is sometimes
assumed to be indestructible, and therefore
subjected to misuse or even abuse. Care
should be taken to avoid such ‘abnormal
Cleaning materials. (Stainless steel)
Do use:
• A moist lint free soft cloth or synthetic
• Soap, or mild liquid detergent.
• A mild window cleaner.
• Diluted ammonia in warm water.
• A nylon bristle brush.
• Cleaners labelled “Suitable for stainless
Do not use:
• A steam cleaner.
• Acid, alcohol, soda, chloride or spirit
based cleaners.
• Coarse abrasive cleaning powders.
• Metallic scourers, steel wool, metal
scrapers, or plastic scouring pads.
• Wire brushes or emery paper.
• So called “silver cleaners”.
Cleaning procedure
• Frequent cleaning is recommended rather
than an occasional aggressive clean.
• Routine cleaning will preserve the
corrosion resistance and the appearance
of the stainless steel for many years.
• Clean the stainless steel as often as
necessary (i.e. when it is noticeably dull or
dirty) and use the simplest cleaning
method that will effectively do the job.
• Use clean water, or a mild detergent
solution applied with a soft cloth or
sponge. Rinse well and wipe dry.
• Always wipe in the direction of the
brushed texture on the stainless steel.
• Periodically apply a fine film of dedicated
stainless steel cleaner or baby oil to the
canopy of the extractor hood to add lustre
and sparkle to the steel.
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Replacing the lamp
Before and after use
We recommend that the cooker hood is
switched on before any food is cooked. We
also recommend that the cooker hood is left
running for 15 minutes after the food is
cooked, in order to thoroughly eliminate all
contaminated air. The effective performance
of the cooker hood depends on constant
1. Disconnect the electricity supply.
2. Remove the lamp cover ring and the
3. Replace with a 20W 12V halogen light.
(G4 20W Max).
Optional Carbon pad filters
• Carbon pad filters assist in removing any
unwanted cooking odours from the
• If your installation ducts filtered air to the
outside, the carbon pad filters are not
• Should you require them, factory
approved, carbon pad filters and
installation kits may be purchased from
your nearest Defy Service Centre or their
authorised agents.
The Carbon pad filters are used to purify
the air which is released back into the room.
Carbon filters are not washable or re-usable
and must be replaced at least once every
three months. The active carbon filter
saturation level depends on the frequency
with which the appliance is used, the type of
cooking performed and the regularity with
which the anti-grease filters are cleaned.
Exhaust pipe and carbon filter are
not supplied together with the
Factory approved, carbon pad
filters, exhaust pipes and
installation kits may be purchased
from your nearest Defy Service
Centre or their authorised agents.
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Owner’s responsibility
NOTE: Since the following are not factory
faults, they are the owner’s responsibility.
• Damage to exterior finish.
• Breakage of glass and other components.
• Replacement of the light bulbs.
• Damage through improper use or
Problem check
Before calling a service technician to
assist with a problem please check:
• The main distribution board. See if a
circuit breaker has tripped or a fuse has
• The wall socket.
• Have the filters been cleaned?
• Is the chimney blocked?
Remember that you may be charged for a
service call even during the warranty period
if the fault is due to or caused by any of the
P.O.BOX 12004
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Service Centres
South African Service Agents:
Sub-Saharan Africa Service Agents:
160 Long Street, Hilton, Bloemfontein 9301
Tel: 051 400 3900
Plot 1606, Sheki Sheki Road
P.O. Box 33681
Lusaka, 10101, Zambia
Tel: +260 0211 242332/3
Fax: +260 0211 242933
5A Marconi Rd. Montague Gardens, 7441
Tel: 021 526 3000
35 Intersite Avenue, Umgeni Business Park,
Durban, 4051
Tel: 031 268 3300
16 Bowls Rd. Arcadia, East London, 5201
Tel: 043 743 7100
Cnr. Mimetes & Kruger Sts. Denver ext.12
Johannesburg, 2094
Tel: 011 621 0200 or 011 621 0300
87 Nelson Mandela Drive, Superbia 0699
Tel: 0152 92 1166 / 7 / 8 / 9
112 Patterson Road, North End, Port Elizabeth
Tel: 041 401 6400
Block A1 Old Mutual Industrial Park,
Cnr. D.F.Malan Drive & Moot Str. Hermanstad,
Tel: 012 377 8300
10 Tienie Louw Street, Northern Industrial Area
P.O. Box 21158, Windhoek, Namibia
Tel: (061) 216162
Fax: (061) 216134
Trade Com Africa, 183 Loreley Crescent
Msasa, Harare, Zimbabwe
Tel: +263 4 486165/6
Cell: +263 772 469010
Cell: +263 772 469011
RMA Service Centre, Plot 48, East Gate
Gaborone International Commerce Park
Kgale View, Gaborone
Tel: +267 390 3996 / 390 3912
Fax: +267 318 7376
Cell: +267 7134 6539;
P.O Box 716, Mbabane, Swaziland, H100
Tel: (00268) 2515 4310/8
Fax: (00268) 2518 4318
Rua da Resistencia No. 97B R/C
Cell: +258 84 44 61 234
Nosso Show Room
Av: da Industrias, Parcela No.735 * 735A
Machava, Maputo
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This certificate is issued by DEFY APPLIANCES (PTY) LIMITED manufacturers of Defy and
Ocean products, hereinafter the Company, to the original purchaser only, of the appliance
described on the certificate and shall constitute the only warranty given in respect of this
The Company warrants to the original purchaser that for a period of TWO YEARS from date of
purchase the appliance is free from defect under normal domestic use, both in workmanship
and material, subject to the following conditions.
1. Repair or replacement of any part of this appliance, found by the Company to be defective,
shall be at the election of the Company. The Company reserves the right to effect such
service through any of its Service Divisions or Authorised Service Dealers. The cost of such
service shall be borne by the Company in full, provided that the appliance is located no
further than 50km from a Company Service Centre or an Authorised Service Dealer. Where
the appliance is located beyond the 50km radius, the purchaser shall be liable for the
standard travelling charges, as determined by the Company.
2. Vitreous enamelware, fuses and lamps are specifically excluded from these warranties. It is
an express condition of these warranties that the purchaser takes due care and attention in
the use and maintenance of the appliance. Abuse, misuse in conflict with operating
instructions, connection to incorrect voltages and subjection to commercial use shall release
the Company from its obligations.
3. This warranty shall become void and cease to operate if the appliance is dismantled by, or
any repairs to the appliance are effected by any persons not duly authorised by the
Company, or if substitute parts not approved by the Company are used in the appliance, or if
the serial number of the appliance is removed.
4. The Company shall not be responsible for damages resulting from fire, flood, civil
disturbances or any Act of God. The Company shall not, in terms of these warranties be
responsible nor held liable for any consequential loss or damage of any kind caused by or
due to the failure or malfunction of the appliance.
5. The Company shall not be responsible for transportation or other costs other than those
incurred within the provisions of Point 1 of this Certificate.
6. For warranties in the Republic of South Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa, please
contact your nearest Defy office. Please refer to the previous page for respective
South African service agents and Sub-Saharan Africa service agents.
7. Where service is requested under warranty and no fault or defect can be found by the
Company, all costs incurred will be for the purchaser's account.
8. This Certificate as well as your invoice will serve as proof of purchase. For the purpose of
warranty, it will be essential to produce this Certificate and invoice. Failure to do so, will
render the purchaser liable for service costs.
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