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JOHN LEWIS JLHDA632 User Manual
JLHDA632
Built-in cooker hood
Instruction manual
Important safety information
It is most important that this instruction manual should be retained with the appliance for future reference. Should the appliance be sold or transferred to another owner, or should you move house and
leave the appliance, always ensure that the book is supplied with the appliance in order that the new
owner can get to know the functioning of the appliance and the relevant warnings. These warnings
have been provided in the interest of safety . You MUST read them carefully before use or installation by a qualified person. If you are unsure of the meanings of these warnings contact the John
Lewis branch from which you purchased the appliance.
Installation
• Any installation work must be undertaken by a qualified and competent person to the relevant National
Standards.
• This hood must be installed in accordance with the
installation instructions and all measurements must
be adhered to.
• If the cooker hood is installed for use above a gas
appliance then the provision for ventilation must be
in accordance with the Gas Safety Codes of Practice
BS.6172, BS.5440 and BS.6891 (Natural Gas) and
BS.5482 (LP Gas) 1994, the Gas Safety (Installation
& Use) Regulations, the Building Regulations issued
by the Department of the Environment, the Building
standards (Scotland) (Consolidated) Regulations issued by the Scottish Development Department.
• The fan motor of this cooker hood incorporates a
cut-out device which will operate if the cooker hood
is installed below the minimum height recommended
under section ‘Clearance Height’, or if the motor becomes overheated. If the cut-out device is activated,
switch off the fan motor and allow the cooker hood
to cool. The cut-out device will reset itself when the
fan motor has cooled significantly.
• It is dangerous to alter the specifications or modify
this product in any way.
• When installed between adjoining wall cabinets the
wall cabinets must not overhang the hob.
• If the room where the hood is to be used contains
a fuel burning appliance such as a central heating
boiler then its flue must be of the room sealed or
balanced flue type.
• If other types of flue or appliances are fitted ensure
that there is an adequate supply of air to the room.
• The ducting system for this appliance must not be
connected to any existing ventilation system which
is being used for any other purpose.
• Do not install above a cooker with a high level grill.
Child Safety
• This appliance is designed to be operated by adults.
Children should not be allowed to tamper with the
controls or play with the appliance.
• Keep all packaging materials away from children.
Use
• This product is for domestic use only.
• Never leave frying pans unattended during use as
over-heated fats and oils might catch fire.
• Never do flambé cooking under this cooker hood.
• Do not leave naked flames under the hood.
• This cooker hood is designed to extract unpleasant
odours from the kitchen, it will not extract steam.
Maintenance and Cleaning
• This appliance can be a hazard if the synthetic paper
and charcoal filters are not replaced as recommended.
Service
• Under no circumstances should you attempt to repair
the appliance yourself. Repairs carried out by inexperienced persons may cause injury or more serious
malfunction. Refer to your local Service Force Centre.
Always insist on genuine spare parts.
Environmental Information
• After installation please dispose of the packaging with
due regard to safety and the environment.
• The symbol
on the product or on its packaging
indicates that this product should not be treated as
normal household waste. Instead it should be taken
to the appropriate collection point for the recycling of
electrical and electronic equipment. By ensuring this
product is disposed of correctly, you will help prevent
potential negative consequences for the environment
and human health, which could otherwise be caused
by inappropriate waste handling of this product. For
more detailed information about recycling of this
product, please contact your local council, your
household waste disposal service or the shop where
you purchased the product.
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Contents
For the User
For the Installer
Important Safety Information
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Description of the Appliance
Using the cooker hood
Cooker Hood Controls
To Operate
Recirculation
Extraction
Electrical Connections
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4
Electrical Requirements
Electrical Connection
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Installing the Cooker Hood
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Maintenance and Cleaning
10
Something Not Working
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Repairs and After Sales Service
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External Cleaning
Cleaning the Ducting panels
Metal Grease Filters
Charcoal Filters
To Remove/Replace Charcoal Filter
Changing the Halogen Spot Lamp
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Installation Requirements
Unpacking
Fitting the Wall Brackets
Fitting the Canopy Hood
Extraction
Recirculation
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Guide to use the Instruction Manual
The following symbols will be found in the text to
guide you through the instruction book
Safety instructions
Step by step instructions
Environmental Information
This appliance complies with the
followings E.E.C. Directives:
-89/336 (Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive)
-73/23 (Low Voltage Directive)
-93/68 (General Directives)
and subsequent modifications
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Description of the appliance
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Installation
Please ensure that when the appliance is installed
it is easily accessible to an engineer in the event of
a breakdown.
All installations must comply with the local
authorities requirements for the discharge of
exhaust air.
Incorrect installation may affect the safety of this
cooker hood.
Installation Requirements
Before installation check the wall to which the
cooker hood is to be fitted for electric cables,
water pipes or gas.
The chimney hood must be installed according
to the instructions suppliers below and by qualified and competent personnel to the relevant
National Standards.
This cooker hood is designed to be fixed to any vertical
surface over a cooking area, and can be used in the
extraction (ducted to the outside) or recirculation mode.
The installation work must be undertaken by a qualified
and competent person.
The manufacturer disclaims any responsibility for damage
due to incorrect installation of the cooker hood or if the
hood is not installed in compliance with relevant regulations controlling this type of installation.
Unpacking
Before unpacking the cooker hood position the carton with
the arrows pointing upwards as illustrated on the carton.
The cooker hood is made up of the following components:
Ref Qty Product Components
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1 Canopy complete with: Controls, Lighting,
Fan Assembly, Grease Filter, Charcoal
Filter.
2
1 Telescopic Chimney Comprising:
2.1
1 Upper Chimney
2.2
1 Lower Chimney
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1 Flange 150-120
10
1 Flange 120-125
15
1 Recirculation Outlet Adapter
Ref Qty
7.1
2
7.2.1 2
12c 6
12d 2
Installation Components
Hood Body Fixing Brackets
Upper Chimney Section Fixing Brackets
Chimney fixing screws
Screws M4 x 25
RefQty Documentation
1 Instruction booklet
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Installing the cooker hood
Fitting the wall brackets
• Draw a vertical line on the supporting wall up to the
ceiling, or as high as practical, at the centre of the
area in which the hood will be installed.
• Draw a horizontal line at 650 mm above the hob
for installation without the back panel, or at height H
(H=height of the visible part of the panel) for installation
with the back panel.
• Place bracket 7.2.1 on the wall as shown about 1-2
mm from the ceiling or upper limit aligning the centre
(notch) with the vertical reference line.
• Mark the wall at the centres of the holes in the bracket.
• Place bracket 7.2.1 on the wall as shown at X mm
below the first bracket (X = height of the upper chimney
section supplied), aligning the centre (notch) with the
vertical line.
• Mark the wall at the centres of the holes in the bracket.
• Place bracket 7.1 as shown 95 mm from the vertical
reference line and 210 mm above the horizontal reference line.
• Mark the centres of the holes in the bracket.
• Repeat this operation on the other side.
Splashback (Optional)
The Splashback must be fitted before fixing the
hood body and, if it is to be fixed at both top and
bottom, must be fitted at the correct height prior
to installing the bases. As this operation is rather
complex, it should be carried out either by the
kitchen installer or a qualified person who knows
the final dimensions of the units.
For fixing at the top only, proceed as follows:
• Rest the back panel on the base, inserting the lower
plate between the upper surface and the wall, centring
it on the vertical reference line.
• Mark the centres of the two holes in the upper plate.
• Drill ø 8 mm holes at all the centre points marked.
• Insert the wall plugs (not supplied) in the holes.
• Fix the brackets using the screws (not supplied).
• Fix the back panel (where present) using the screws
(not supplied).
Note: If the hood is to be installed onto a hollow construction or plaster or partition board wall then special
fixing screws will be required (not supplied).
Fitting the canopy hood
• Screw the two screws item 12d supplied onto the brackets
7.1.
• Hook the hood body onto the bracket 7.1, centring it around
the vertical line.
• Use the adjusting screws item 12d underneath the hood to
level the hood body
Hook both sides of the hood at the same time.
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Extraction (Ducted)
The cooker hood is more effective when installed in
the extraction mode (ducted to the outside).
Venting kits may be purchased through your retailer
or DIY store, and must be evacuated through an
outside vent of ø125 (5ins) or ø150mm (6ins).
The ducting used must be manufactured from fire
retardant material conforming to the relevant British
Standard or DIN 4102-B1.
When the cooker hood is ducted to the outside
the charcoal filter must be removed.
Fitting the Ducting
• When installing the ducted version, connect the hood
to the chimney using either a flexible or rigid pipe
ø 150 or 125 mm, the choice of which is left to the
installer.
• To install a ø 125 mm air exhaust connection, insert
the reducer flange 9 on the hood body air outlet and
the adapting ring ø120-125 10 on the reducer flange.
• Fix the pipe in position using sufficient pipe clamps
(not supplied).
• Remove any activated charcoal filters.
Recirculation Mode
The cooker hood is supplied specified for use in the recirculation
mode, with the charcoal filter fitted.
In the recirculation mode contaminated air is passed through
the charcoal filter to be purified and recirculated into the kitchen
through the grille outlets on either side of the chimney.
• Push fit the air outlet connector item 15 onto the air
outlet.
• Ensure the activated charcoal filter has been fitted.
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Fitting the Upper Chimney
• Slightly widen the two sides of the upper chimney and
hook them behind the brackets item 7.2.1 ensuring they
are correctly seated.
• Secure the sides to the brackets using the 4 screws item
12c (2.9 x 9.5mm) supplied.
Fitting the Lower Chimney
• Slightly widen the two sides of the lower chimney and hook
them between the upper chimney and the wall, ensuring
they are correctly seated.
• Fix the lower chimney to the hood body using 2 screws
item 12c (2.9 x 9.5mm) supplied.
• Make sure that the air outlet connection is aligned with the
chimney outlets.
Electrical
connection
THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED
Electrical requirements
Any permanent electrical installation must comply with the latest I.E.E. Regulations and local Electricity Board regulations.
For your own safety this should be undertaken by a qualified
electrician e.g. your local Electricity Board, or a contractor who
is on the roll of the National Inspection Council for Electrical
Installation Contracting (NICEIC).
Electrical connection
Before connecting to the mains supply ensure that the mains
voltage corresponds to the voltage on the rating plate inside
the cooker hood.
Remove the grease filters (see paragraph Maintenance)
making sure that the connector of the feeding cable is correctly
inserted in the socket placed on the side of the fan.
This appliance is fitted with a 3 core mains cable and must be
permanently connected to the electricity supply via a doublepole switch having 3mm minimum contact gap on each pole.
A Switched Fuse Connection Unit to BS1363 Part 4, fitted with
a 3 Amp fuse, is a recommended mains supply connection
accessory to ensure compliance with the Safety Requirements
applicable to fixed wiring instructions.
This appliance conforms to BS 800: 1988 and EEC Directive
No. 78 308 regarding suppression of radio and television
interference.
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Using the cooker hood
The cooker hood is designed to extract unpleasant
odours from the kitchen, it will not extract steam. The
appliance can be installed to recirculate or extract
contaminated air.
Cooker hood controls
Button
T1 Speed
T2 Speed
T3 Speed
L Light
Led
On
On
Fixed
Function
Turns the Motor on at Speed one.
Turns the Motor off.
Turns the Motor on at speed two.
When pressed briefly, turns the Motor on at
Speed three.
Flashing Pressed for 2 Seconds.
Activates Speed four with a timer set to 6
minutes, after which it returns to the speed
that was set previously. Suitable to deal with
maximum levels of cooking fumes.
Turns the Lighting System on and off.
Warning: Button T1 turns the motor off, after first
passing to speed one.
To operate
Select the required fan speed and light if required.
Recirculation
In the recirculation mode the contaminated air enters
the cooker hood through the grease filters. The air is
cleaned by passing through the charcoal filters before
being passed back into the kitchen through the grilles in
either side of the chimney stack.
Extraction
In the extraction mode the contaminated air enters the
cooker hood passing through the grease filters and is
passed out through the ducting into the atmosphere.
To obtain the best performance when cooking it is advisable to switch the cooker hood on for a few minutes
before you start cooking and leave it running for about
15 minutes after finishing.
When used in the ducting mode the charcoal
filters are not required.
Never do flambé cooking under this cooker
hood.
Never leave frying pans unattended during use,
as over-heated fats and oils can catch fire.
Do not leave naked flames under the cooker
hood.
Ensure heating areas on your hob are covered
with pots and pans when using the hob and
cooker hood simultaneously.
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Maintenance and cleaning
Before carrying out any maintenance or
cleaning isolate the cooker hood from the
mains supply.
The cooker hood must be kept clean, as a
build up of grease or fat can be a fire hazard.
External cleaning
Wipe the cooker hood frequently with warm soapy
water using a mild detergent.
Never use scouring pads or abrasive cleaners.
Never use excessive amounts of water when
cleaning particularly around the control
panel.
Metal grease filters
The grease filters absorb grease and dust during
cooking to help keep the cooker hood clean inside,
and should be cleaned at least every 2 months of
operation, or more frequently for particularly heavy
usage.
Cleaning the filters
It is not necessary to unhook the central ducting panel from the shackle.
Remove the metal grease filters
• Remove the filters one at a time by pushing them
towards the back of the group and pulling down at
the same time.
• The metal grease filters should be washed, by hand,
in mild soapy water or in a dishwasher. Allow to dry
completely before replacing. Any kind of bending of
the filters has to be avoided when washing them.
• When fitting the filters into the hood pay attention that
they are mounted in the correct position and that the
handle faces outwards.
• Reconnect the central ducting panel at the same time
with all 2 hands.
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Before carrying out any maintenance or
cleaning isolate the cooker hood from the
mains supply.
Charcoal filters
In the recirculation mode the charcoal filters absorb
smells and unwanted odours.
The charcoal filters cannot be cleaned, we recommend they should be replaced approximately every
three months or more often if the hood is used for
more than three hours per day.
To Remove/Replace the charcoal filters
• First remove the metal grease filters.
• Remove the saturated activated charcoal filter as
shown (A).
• Fit the new activated charcoal filter as shown (B)
• Replace the the metal grease filters.
This appliance can be a possible fire hazard
if the grease and charcoal filters are not
cleaned and replaced as recommended.
Changing Lighting unit
Warning: This appliance is fitted with a white LED lamp
classed as 1M according to EN 60825-1: 1994 + A1:2002
+ A2:2001 standards; maximum optical power emitted
@439nm: 7µW. Do not look directly at the light through
optical devices (binoculars, magnifying glasses…).
• For replacement contact technical support. ("To purchase contact technical support").
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Something not working
If the appliance is not working correctly, please carry out the following checks, before contacting your local
Service Force agent.
IMPORTANT: If you call out an engineer to a fault listed below, or to repair a fault caused by incorrect use
or installation, a charge will be made even if the appliance is under guarantee.
Symptom
Solution
The cooker hood will not start
The cooker hood is not working effectively • Check that the fan speed is set high enough for the
task
• Ensure the grease filter is clean.
• Ensure the kitchen is adequately vented to allow the
entry of fresh air.
• If set up for recirculation, check that the charcoal filter
is still effective.
• If set up for extraction, check that the ducting and
outlets are not blocked.
• Check the hood is connected to the electricity supply.
• Make sure the switch is in the ‘ON’ position.
The cooker hood has switched off during • The safety cut-out device has been tripped.
• Turn off the hob and then wait for the device to reset.
operation
Repairs and after sales service
In the event of your appliance requiring service, or if
you wish to purchase spare parts, please contact our
extended warranty administrators by telephoning:
0870 01 07887
When you contact the Service Force Centre you will
need to give the following details:
1. Your name, address and post code
2. Your telephone number
3. Clear and concise details of fault
4. The model and serial number of the appliance
(found on the rating plate - see picture)
They will give you details for your local Service Force
Centre.
Before calling out an engineer, please ensure you
have read the details under the heading “Something
Not Working”.
Your oven is covered by a 3 year parts and labour
guarantee (see separate details given at point of
sale). Please retain your purchase receipt safely for
the service engineer to verify the purchase details.
5. The purchase date.
Please note that a valid purchase receipt is required
for in-guarantee service calls.
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John Lewis Partnership
171 Victoria Street
London SW1E 5NN
www.johnlewis.com
991.0374.876_01 - 150514
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