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LG DC9101SAU Owner’s Manual
Model Numbers
DC9101SAU
Instruction Manual
Part NO. 383EW5N001A
Dear Customer,
If you follow the recommendations
contained in this Instruction Manual, your
appliance will give you constant high performance and will remain efficient for
many years to
come.
CONTENTS
RECOMMENDATIONS AND SUGGESTIONS
3
CHARACTERISTICS
4
INSTALLATION
6
USE
9
MAINTENANCE
10
RECOMMENDATIONS AND SUGGESTIONS
INSTALLATION
The manufacturer will not be held liable for any
incorrect or improper installation.
The minimum
hood is 650
safety
damages resulting
distance between the cooker
top and the
from
extractor
mm.
Check that the mains
voltage corresponds to that indicated on the rating
plate fixed to the inside of the hood.
For Class I appliances, check that the domestic power supply guarantees
adequate earthing.
Connect the extractor to the exhaust flue through a pipe of minimum diameter
120 mm. The route of the flue must be as short as possible.
Do not connect the extractor hood to exhaust ducts carrying combustion
fumes (boilers, fireplaces, etc.).
If the extractor is used in conjunction with non-electrical appliances (e.g.
gas burning appliances), a sufficient degree of aeration must be guaranteed
in the
in order to
room
must have
an
prevent the backflow of exhaust gas. The kitchen
opening communicating directly with the open
air in order to
guarantee the entry of clean air.
Installation of the extractor hood
over a solid-fuel burner(coal, wood,etc.)
potential fire hazard (e.g. due to flying sparks) is
only permitted if the burner is equipped with an enclosed, non-removable
cover and all country-specific regulations are observed. This restriction
dose not apply to gas cookers and gas hobs.
Regulations concerning the discharge of air have to be fulfilled.
which could constitute
a
USE
The extractor hood has been
designed exclusively
for household
use
to
eliminate kitchen smells.
Never use the hood for purposes other than for which it has been
designed.
high naked flames under the hood when it is in operation.
Adjust the flame intensity to direct it onto the bottom of the pan only, making
sure that it does not engulf the sides.
Deep fat fryers must be continuously monitored during use: overheated oil
Never leave
can
burst into flames.
The hood should not be used
Do not
use
the
appliance
by children or persons
damaged in any way.
Never operate the extractor hood without
Do not flambe food
not instructed in its correct
use.
if it is
directly
a
grease filter.
under the extractor hood.
MAINTENANCE
Switch off
or
unplug
the
appliance
from the mains
supply
before
carrying
out any
maintenance work.
Clean and/or
replace the Filters after the specified time period.
using a damp cloth and a neutral liquid detergent.
Defective bulbs should be replaced immediately to prevent the remaining bulbs from
overloading.
There is a fire risk if cleaning is not carried out in accordance with the instructions.
Clean the hood
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3
CHARACTERISTICS
Dimensions
898
GB
4
Components
Ref.
Q.ty
Product
Components
Body, complete with: Controls, Light, Blower,
1
1
Hood
2
1
2.1
1
Telescopic Chimney comprising:
Upper Section
2.2
1
Lower Section
9
1
Reducer
10
1
Damper
14.1
2
Air Outlet Connection Extension
15
1
Air Outlet Connection
Filters
GB
Flange ø
150-120
mm
Ref.
Q.ty
7.2.1
2
Installation
7.3
1
11
6
Components
Upper Chimney Section Fixing
Air Outlet Connection Support
Wall Plugs
12a
6
Screws 4,2
x
44,4
12c
6
Screws 2,9
x
9,5
1
Documentation
Brackets
5
INSTALLATION
Wall drilling and bracket fixing
Wall marking:
?
Draw
the
vertical line
a
area
Draw
?
Place bracket 7.2.1
centre
the
supporting wall up to the ceiling, or as high as practical,
horizontal line at 650
?
a
on
(notch)
on
mm
the wall
as
above the hob.
shown about 1-2
from the
mm
Mark the wall at the centres of the holes in the bracket.
?
Place bracket 7.2.1
chimney
ceiling or upper limit aligning the
with the vertical reference line.
?
section
on
the wall
as
shown at X
supplied), aligning
the centre
below the first bracket (X
(notch) with the vertical line.
mm
?
Mark the wall at the centres of the holes in the bracket.
?
Mark
a
at the centre of
in which the hood will be installed.
reference
point as indicated at
116
mm
=
height of the upper
from the vertical reference line and 304
mm
above
the horizontal reference line.
?
?
?
?
?
?
Repeat this operation on the other side.
Drill ø 8 mm holes at all the centre points marked.
Insert the wall plugs 11 in the holes.
Fix the lower bracket 7.2.1 using the 12a screws (4,2
x
44,4) supplied.
Fix the upper bracket 7.2.1 and the air outlet connection support 7.3
12a (4,2 x 44,4) supplied.
Insert the two
mm
GB
screws
12a
together using
the 2
(4,2 x 44,4) supplied in the hood body fixing holes, leaving
between the wall and the head of the
a
screws
gap of 5-6
screw.
6
Mounting the hood body
?
Before
screws
attaching the hood body, tighten the two
on the hood body mounting
Vr located
points.
?
?
?
Hook the hood
body onto
the
screws
12a
12a
Fully tighten support
Adjust screws Vr to level the hood body.
screws
Connections
DUCTED VERSION AIR EXHAUST SYSTEM
When
installing the ducted version, connect the hood to the chimney using either a flexible or rigid
pipe ø
150
or
120 mm, the choice of which is left to the installer.
?
To install the
?
To install
a
dumper 10
ø 120
mm
air exhaust connection,
insert the reducer
?
?
flange 9 on the dumper 10.
Fix the pipe in position using sufficient pipe
clamps (not supplied).
Remove any activated charcoal filters.
RECIRCULATION VERSION AIR OUTLET
?
Put connection 15 into the connection
support
7.3.
?
Insert the connection extension
pieces laterally
14.1 in connection 15.
?
Make
that the outlet of the extension pieces
horizontally and vertically aligned with
the chimney outlets.
sure
14.1 is
?
Connect the air outlet connection 15 to the hood
body outlet using either a flexible or rigid pipe
ø
150 mm, the choice of which is left to the installer.
?
Ensure that the activated charcoal filters have
been inserted.
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7
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
?
Connect the hood to the mains
having
?
a
through a two-pole switch
contact gap of at least 3
mm.
Remove the grease filters (see paragraph Maintenance)
being sure that the connector of the feeding cable is cor-
rectly inserted in the
socket
placed on the side of the fan.
Flue assembly
Upper exhaust flue
Slightly widen the
?
?
two sides of the upper flue
and hook them behind the brackets 7.2.1, making
sure that they are well seated.
Secure the sides to the brackets
screws
?
Make
is
using
the 4
that the outlet of the extensions
pieces
12c
sure
(2,9
x
9,5) supplied.
aligned with the chimney outlets.
Lower exhaust flue
?
Slightly widen the two sides of the flue and hook
them between the upper flue and the wall,
making sure that they are well seated.
?
Fix the lower part laterally to the hood body using
the 2
GB
screws
12c
(2,9
x
9,5) supplied.
8
USE
Control Panel
The hood
can
be switched
on
pushing directly
onto the
requested speed
without
firstly having
to
select 0/1 button.
KEY
LED
L
0/1
T1
0/1 Motor
FUNCTIONS
Turns
Light
on
First
When
lighting on
speed.
pressed
and off.
for about 2 seconds the motor is switched
off.
Flashing
24h
Changeover
by pressing and holding the button
for approximately 5". It allows a suction level of 100 m 3 /h
with a noise level of just 28dB(A). Can be enabled at any
speed, even with the hood turned off. To disable, press and
hold the button for approximately 5".
This is enabled
T2
Speed
on
Flashing
Second
speed.
Delay (30')
Press the button for
approximately 2" to enable automatic
delay. Suitable to complete elimination
of any residual smells. Can be enabled at any speed and is
disabled by pressing the button briefly.
shutdown with
T3
T4
Speed
on
Third
speed.
Speed
Fixed
Max.
speed
Flashing
Intensive
a
30'
speed.
Suitable for the strongest cooking vapours and odours.
The function becomes active when the button is pushed for
about 2 seconds. After 10 minutes of
off automatically. This function
of
S1
Led
Fixed
pressing
can
be
functioning it turns
interrupted by means
any of the buttons.
Indicates that the Metal grease filters saturation alarm has
triggered, and the filters need to be washed. The alarm
been
is triggered after 100 working
Maintenance-paragraph)
Flashing
hours. (Reset; check the
indicates that the activated charcoal odour filter saturation
alarm has been
triggered,
and the filter has to be
replaced;
the metal grease filters must also be washed. The activated
charcoal odour filter is triggered after 200 working hours.
(Activation and Reset; check the Maintenance-paragraph)
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9
MAINTENANCE
Grease filters
CLEANING METAL GREASE FILTERS
Alarm
signal
reset
?
Switch of the
?
Press button T3 for at least 3
lights
and extractor motor.
seconds, until the
leds start to flash.
Cleaning
?
the filters
The filters
are
washable and must be cleaned
when the led S1
lights up or at least every 2
operation, or more frequently for
particularly heavy usage.
Remove the filters one at a time, supporting
them with one hand and turning the safety knobs
(pull and turn).
Wash the filters, taking care not to bend them.
Allow them to dry before refitting.
Replace them and fix them using the safety knobs
provided (pull and turn).
months of
?
?
?
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10
Activated charcoal filter (Recirculation
Enabling/Disabling
?
the alarm
In Recirculation version
version)
signal
Hoods, the Filter saturation alarm can be enabled on installation or at a later
date.
?
Turn the
?
Disconnect the Hood
Lights and the suction Motor off.
using the Main switch or the double-pole switch on
the mains power supply or the connector of the feeding cable from the side
of the fan.
?
Restore the connection
?
Release the button. All five LEDs
?
by pressing and holding
are
turned
T1
on
Within 3 seconds press T1 until LEDs T1 and T4 flash in confirmation:
LED flashes twice Activated charcoal filter saturation alarm ENABLED
?
?
-
LED flashes
once
-
Activated charcoal filter saturation alarm DISABLED
REPLACING THE ACTIVATED CHARCOAL FILTER
The filter is not washable and cannot be regenerated.
It must be
replaced
when
S1 flashes
or
at least
every 4 months. The alarm signal will only light
up when the extractor motor is switched on.
Alarm
signal
reset
?
Switch off the
?
Press button T3 for at least 3
lights
and extractor motor.
seconds, until the
leds start to flash.
Replacing
?
?
?
?
the Filter
Remove the metal grease filters
Remove the saturated activated carbon filter by
releasing the fixing hooks
Fit the new filter by hooking it into its seating
Replace the metal grease filters.
Lighting
LIGHT REPLACEMENT
20 W
?
halogen light.
Remove the 2
screws fixing the Lighting support,
pull it out of from the Hood.
Extract the lamp from the Support.
Replace with another of the same type, making
sure that the two pins are properly inserted in the
lamp holder socket holes.
Replace the Support, fixing it in place with the
and
?
?
?
two
screws
removed
as
above.
When switched on, the
halogen bulbs become very hot. Even for some time
after the bulbs have been switched off there is still a risk of burns.
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