AEG 125D-M User manual

AEG 125D-M User manual
125 D
Extractor Hood
Installation and Operating Instructions
Extraction mode
Recirculation mode
Electrical connection for UK
Technical details
Safety warnings for kitchen unit installer
Wall mounting
Hood operation
Safety warnings for user
Maintenance and care
Opening the grid
Grease filter
Carbon filter
Changing the light bulb
What to do if
Service & Spare Parts
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Extraction mode
● The hood is supplied as an extractor unit and can also be used as a
filtered function (recirculation) by fitting activated carbon filters
(available as an accessory).
● The unit features two outlet holes, one of which A is located on the
top of the unit while the other B is located on the rear.
● To connect up the hose, you should first fit the bayonet-mounting
flange C (Ø 100-120 mm) on the outlet required (if using the top
outlet, fix the flange in place using the screw supplied as shown in
Fig. 1).
Close off the unused hole using the bayonet fitting caps D.
● Important! To use the back hole B, remove switch F from the
top hole. — Fig 2.
● Move the lever L to position A — Fig. 3.
● When connecting the hood using a telescopic wall pipe,
you should use a non-inflammable outlet hose ABS 120
(120 mm Ø)
E-Nr. 942 118 611 from our range of special accessories.
Recirculation mode
● The air is filtered and recirculated through the front grid.
● Move the lever L to position F — Fig. 3.
You will need an original KFF activated carbon filter. (See
Summer/Winter Hood Conversion
● To avoid excessive heat loss during the winter months, we
recommend that the hood be converted from extraction mode
to recirculation.
● In order to convert the hood, a charcoal filter (available as an
accessory) is required. Follow the instructions for operating the
hood to recycle air.
● When the temperature outdoors becomes more mild (spring),
the filter can be removed and the hood converted once again to
extraction. Please consult the assembly instructions for operating
the hood in extraction mode.
Electrical connection for the UK
Appliances with 2 wires
The appliance must be connected to fixed wiring with a double
pole switched fused spur outlet with or without pilot lamp.
We strongly recommend the appliance to be connected only by a
qualified electrician who is a member of the NICEIC who will
comply with the IEE and any local regulations.
The terminology “DOUBLE POLE” means that both the live and the
neutral supplies are switched and disconnected at the same time.
The terminations labelled SUPPLY are for the connection for the
internal house wiring and the terminations labelled LOAD are for the
The wires of the mains lead supplied with this appliance are
coloured in accordance with the following code:
As the colours of the flexible cord of this appliance may not
correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in the plug, proceed as follows: The wire which is coloured
brown must be connected to the terminal which is marked
with the letter L or coloured red.
The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the
terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured black.
DP 13A, 250V
Technical details
Height x Width x Depth (in cm)
69-113 x 59.9 x 51
11,5 kg
12,6 kg
Maximum absorbed power:
205 W
Motor absorption
1 x 125 W
2 x 40 W
Length of the cable:
110 cm
Fan powers (speed), speed in compliance with DIN 44971
Extraction mode
Recirculation mode
Flange:100-120 mm Ø
115 m3/h
152 m3/h
210 m3/h
110 m3/h
129 m3/h
145 m3/h
Safety warnings for kitchen unit installer
● When used as an extractor unit, the hood must be fitted with a
100 or120mm diameter hose.
● If the fumes must be forced out through the wall, you must
obtain a MKZ sizable wall exhaust pipe (with external exhaust and
air intake), E-Nr.- 610 899 004 (Ø 120 mm) which is one of our
optional parts.
● When installing the hood, make sure you respect the following minimum distance from the top edge of the cooking
hob/ring surfaces:
Gas hob
Electric cooker
Gas cooker
● The hood cannot be connected to flues of other appliances that
run on energy sources other than electricity.
● The air outlet must not be connected to chimney flues or combustion gas ducts. The air outlet must under no circumstances be
connected to ventilation ducts for rooms in which fuel-burning
appliances are installed.
● It is advisable to apply for authorization from the relevant
controlling authority when connecting the outlet to an unused
chimney flue or combustion gas duct.
The air outlet installation must comply with the regulations laid
down by the relevant authorities.
● When the unit is used in its extractor version, a sufficiently large
ventilation hole must be provided, with dimensions that are
approximately the same as the outlet hole.
● National and regional building regulations impose a number of
restrictions on using hoods and fuel-burning appliances connected
to a chimney, such as coal or oil room-heaters and gas fires, in
the same room.
● Regulations on fuel-burning systems specify a maximum
depression of 0.04 bar in such rooms.
● Hoods can only be used safely with appliances connected to a
chimney if the room and/or flat (air/environment combination) is
ventilated from outside using a suitable ventilation hole approximately 500-600 cm2 to avoid the possibility of a depression
being created during operation of the hood.
If you have any doubts, contact the relevant controlling authority
or building inspector’s office.
● Since the rule for rooms with fuel burning appliances is “outlet
hole of the same size as the ventilation hole”, a hole of 500-600
cm2, which is to say a larger hole, could reduce the performance
of the extractor hood.
● If the hood is used in its filtering function, it will operate simply
and safely in the above conditions without the need for any of the
aforementioned measures.
● When the hood is used in its extractor function, the following
rules must be followed to obtain optimal operation:
— short and straight outlet hose
— keep bends in outlet hose to a minimum
— never install the hoses with an acute angle, they must
always follow a gentle curve only
— keep the hose as large as possible (120 mm Ø min.).
● Failure to observe these basic rules will drastically reduce the
performance and increase the noise levels of the extractor hood.
Wall mounting
● Fix the drilling template to the wall.
● Make 3 Ø 8mm holes in the wall 2 at points I, 1 as desired at
points L.
● Insert the three Ø 8mm expansion plugs into the wall.
● Insert 2 5x45 screws at points I but do not tighten them
● Adjust the unit so that it is positioned at a right angle to the wall
by turning the two support screws G.
● Fit the hood into holes I, tighten the 2 screws.
● From inside the hood, insert the third 5x45 screw into hole L. —
Fig. 4.
● Measure the height between the upper side of the body of the
cooker hood and the ceiling (fig. 5).
● Set the chimney according to the measured height and stop its
run with the two fixing screws 2,9x6,5 mm supplied (fig. 6).
● Fix the chimney to the aesthetic top with two screws 2,9x6,5
mm supplied (fig. 7).
● From the inside of the hood, fix the aesthetic top with four screws
M3x6 supplied (Two each side)(fig. 8).
● Fix the upper bracket to the wall, close to the ceiling,
perpendicularly to the outlet hole of the hood with 2 screws
5x45 mm (fig. 8).
● Fix the chimney to the bracket with two screws 2,9x6,5 mm
(fig. 8).
Fixing the shelf
● Fix the four plastic supports with the four screws provided to the
height preferred.
Hood Operation
● The hood is fitted with a variable speed motor. The most
effective use of the hood is obtained by switching it on a few
minutes before you start cooking and leaving it on for
approximately 15 minutes after you have finished, thus ensuring
all cooking odours are eliminated. The control switches are
located on the unit’s front panel:
● the light switch switches the hood lamp on and off;
● the motor switch switches extractor motor on and off, enabling
you to select one of the three different speeds.
Light switch
Motor power
adjustable to 3
Safety warnings for user
● Never leave a cooking hob or ring on without a pot or pan on
top of it, to avoid the possibility of excess heat damaging the
unit. Gas, oil or coal cooker flames in particular should never
be left uncovered.
● Special care should be taken when using deep fat fryers since
the oil in them can overheat and burst into flames.
● The risk of a fat fire increases when using dirty oil.
● It is extremely important to note that overheating can cause a
● Never carry out any flambé cooking under the hood.
● Always disconnect the unit from the power supply
before carrying out any work on the hood, including
replacing the light bulb (take the cartridge fuse out of the
fuse holder or switch off the automatic circuit breaker).
● It is very important to clean the hood and replace the
filter at the recommended intervals. Failure to do so
could cause grease deposits to build up, causing a fire
Maintenance and care
● The hood must always be disconnected from the mains
power supply before beginning any maintenance work.
Opening the grid
● Open the latch L and swing the grille downwards.
— Fig. 10.
● To remove the grid, pull it forwards from the right and
release it.
Grease filter
● The purpose of the grease filteris to aspirate grease particles which
form during cooking and it must always be used, either in the extraction
or recirculate mode..
Important: the metal grease filters must be removed and
washed, either by hand or in the dishwasher, every four weeks.
Hand washing
Soak grease filters for about one hour in hot water with a greaseloosening cleaner, then rinse off thoroughly with hot water. Repeat the
process if necessary. Refit the grease filters when it is dry.
Dishwasher machine
Place grease filter in a dishwasher. Select most intensive washing
programme and highest temperature, at least 65°C. Repeat the
process if necessary. Refit the grease filter when it is dry.
Note: when washing the metal grease filter in the dishwasher a slight
discoloration of the filter can occur, this does not have any impact on its
● Clean the inner housing using a hot detergent solution only (never use
caustic detergents, abrasive powders or brushes).
Removing the filter
Open the grid and remove the stops M to take out the filter. See
Fig. 6.
Carbon filter
● The activated carbon filter should only be used if you want to use
the hood in recirculation mode.
● To do this you will need an original AEG activated carbon filter
(available as an accessory).
● This filter cannot be cleaned or reused.
● As a general rule, the activated carbon filter should be
changed once every four months.
● Mounting – Fig 11
a. Fit first rearwards on the proper seats.
b. Then fix frontwards the carbon filter using hooks C.
● Dismounting :
Unhook the carbon filter from its housing pushing hooks C.
● Always specify the hood model code number and serial number
when ordering replacement filters. This information is shown on
the rating plate located on the inside of the unit.
● The activated carbon filter can be ordered from AEG Servire
● Failure to observe the instructions on cleaning the unit and
changing the filters will cause a fire hazard. You are therefore
strongly recommended to follow these instructions.
Changing the light bulb
● Disconnect the unit from the mains power supply.
● Remove the grid.
● Replace the old light bulb with a new light bulb (40 W
● If the light does not come on, make sure the bulb has
been screwed in correctly before contacting AEG Service Force.
● Warning: always disconnect the hood from the mains power
supply before cleaning it.
Never insert pointed objects in the motor’s protective grid.
● Wash the outside surfaces using a mild detergent solution. Never
use caustic detergents or abrasive brushes or powders.
● Only ever clean the switch panel and filter grille using a damp
cloth and delicate detergents.
● It is extremely important to clean the unit and change the filters
at the recommended intervals. Failure to do so will cause grease
deposits to build up that could constitute a fire hazard.
Special accessories
MKZ telescopic wall pipe
outlet hose ABS100
100 mm Ø
outlet hose ABS120
120 mm Ø
Metal grease filter MFF2
Carbon filter KFF
E-Nr. 610 899 004
942 118 610
942 118 611
942 118 633
942 118 629
What to do if
If your appliance fails to work properly please carry out the following checks.
The cooker hood will not start...
Check that:
The hood is connected to the
electricity supply.
Check that the fan speed control is
set to 1, 2 or 3.
The cooker hood is not working
Chec k that:
The fan speed is set high enough
for the task.
The grease filters are clean.
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
The cooker hood has switched off
during operation...
The safety cut-out device has been
Turn off the hob and then wait for the
device to reset.
If the hood has been installed below
the heights indicated in the
installation instructions the motor
will cut-out frequently which will
damage the hood.
If after all these checks, the problem persists, contact your local Service
Force Centre, quoting the model and serial number.
Please note that it will be necessary to provide proof of purchase for any
in-guarantee service calls.
In-guarantee customers should ensure that the above checks have been
made as the engineer will make a charge if the fault is not a mechanical or
electrical breakdown.
Service and spare parts
In the event of your appliance requiring service, or if you wish to
purchase spare parts, contact your local AEG Service Force Centre by
08705 929 929
Your call will be automatically routed to the Service Centre covering
your post code area.
For the address of your local Service Force Centre and further information about Service Force, please visit the website at
Please ensure that you have read the section „What to do if....“ as the
engineer will make a charge if the fault is not a mechanical or electrical
breakdown even the appliance is under warranty.
Please note that proof of purchase is required for in-guarantee
service calls.
Help us to help you
Please determine your type of enquiry before writing or telephoning.
When you contact us we need to know:
• Your name
• Address and post code
• Telephone number
• Clear and concise details of the fault
• Name and model of the appliance*
• E number*
* This information can be found on the rating plate, which can be seen
when the grease filters are removed.
Customer Care
For general enquiries concerning your AEG appliances, or for further
information on AEG products, please contact our Customer Care
Department at the address below or visit our website at
Customer Care Department
AEG Domestic Appliances
55-77 High Street
Tel.: 08705 350 350*
* calls to this number may be recorded for training purposes.
AEG Hausgeräte GmbH
Postfach 1036
D-90327 Nürnberg
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LI03ZB Ed. 05/02
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