AEG 1409D-W, 1409D-D, 140D-W, 140D-D User manual

AEG 1409D-W, 1409D-D, 140D-W, 140D-D User manual
140 D / 1409 D / 1455 D
Fume Extractor Hood
Installation and Operating Instructions
Extractor version
Filter version
Electrical connections
Safety warnings for electrician
Safety warnings for kitchen unit installer
Wall unit mounting
Wall mounting
Hood operation
Safety warnings for user
Maintenance and care
Opening the grille
Grease filter
carbon filter
Changing the light bulb
Special Accessories
Technical Assistance Service
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The hood is supplied as an extractor unit and can also be used with
a filtering function by fitting activated carbon filters (special
The unit features two outlet holes, one of which À 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 my bayonet-
mounting flange C (9120 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.
If using the rear hole, open the air passage by removing the
partition (E — Fig. 2)
Rear | Top
outlet hole | outlet hole
Move the lever F to position A — Fig. 3.
When connecting up the hood using a telescopic wall pipe,
you should preferably using my uninflammable outlet hose
No. E 610 899 007 from our range of special accessories.
Filter version | The air is filtered and recirculated through the front grille.
Move the handle F to position F — Fig. 3.
You will need an original AEG KLF60/80 activated carbon filter for
my filtering function. (See special accessories).
Electrical connections
Check that the power supply voltage shown on the rating plate
corresponds to the mains supply before proceeding to make any
electrical connections. If the unit is supplied ready-fitted with a
plug, it can be connected to any easily accessible socket installed
in compliance with the regulations in force.
If a fixed connection is required, the hood must be installed
exclusively by an electrician registered with the local electrical
company. The hood should be installed using an omnipolar
switches with contacts that open to at least 3 mm.These include
automatic cut-out switches, fuses and contactors (VDE 0730, s.
7, Part1).
Fused switches can be used for this purpose (with cartridge fuses
that can be extracted from the fuse holder), as can automatic
circuit breakers and contactors which open to more than 3 mm.
We decline all responsibility for any problems or faults caused by
a failure to observe the above instructions.
Installing the socket directly above the hood or above the wall unit
mounted above the hood offers the following advantages:
1) The socket is not visible.
2) The appliance can easily be unplugged when necessary.
Please note! (for users in the U.K.).
If your appliance has been equipped with a mains lead with a
moulded-on type plug, you must comply with the following regu-
The plug moulded on to the lead incorporates a fuse. For replace-
ment, use a 13 amp BS1362 fuse. Only ASTA approved or
certified fuses should be used. If the fuse cover/carrier is lost, a
replacement cover/carried must be obtained from an electrical
goods retailer. If the socket outlets in your home are not suitable
forthe plug fitted to the appliance, then the plug must be cut off and
destroyed for safety reasons, and an appropriate plug fitted.
When fitting the plug please note the following points:
The wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance with the
following code:
Blue —- Neutral
Brown — Live
As the colours of wires in the mains lead of this appliance may not
correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in
your plug proceed as follows:
1. The wire which is coloured brown must be connected to the
Live terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured red.
2. The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the
Neutral terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured
for electrician
When wiring the plug ensure that all strands of wire are securely
retained in each terminal. Do not forget to tighten the mains lead
clamp on the plug.
Electrical connections
230 V - using fixed power supply line with plug.
240 V - using fixed power supply line (Great Britain).
(The unit should only be connected up by an authorized electri-
The unitis screened against radio interference in compliance with
European Community directives 87/308 EWG, EN 550141 DIN
VDE 0875 Part 1.
Dimensions (mm):140 D 1455 D 1409 D
Height 152 152 152
Width 598 548 898
Depth 505 505 505
Net: 9,1 kg 9,1 kg 9,1 kg
Gross: 10 kg 10 kg 10 kg
Total power consumption: 320 W
Fan motor: 2x120 W
Lighting: 2x 40 W
Stepped fan settings (DIN 44 971 standard)
Fan speed: 1 2 3
Extractor version: 180 m*%h 260 m*%h 340 m°/h
Filtre version: 150 m3h 215 m°/h 280 m°/h
Flue hole diameter: 120 mm
When used as an extractor unit, the hood must be fitted with a
120mm diameter hose.
If the outlet hose is installed in a horizontal position, it must
nevertheless be slanted at an angle of 10° so that the air can flow
outside without impediment.
When installing the hood, make sure you respect the follow-
ing minimum distance from the top edge of the cooking hob/
ring surfaces:
electric cookers 650 mm .
gas cookers 650 mm
coal and oil cookers 700 mm min.
The air outiet must not be connected to chimney flues or
combustion gas ducts. The air outlet must under no circum-
stances 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 un-
used 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.
The italian decree on fuel-burning systems specifies a maxi-
mum 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 combina-
tion) is ventilated from outside using a suitable ventilation
hole approximately 500-600 cm? large 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.
warnings for
kitchen unit
Wall unit
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 cm?, 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 © min.).
Failure to observe these basic rules will drastically reduce
the performance and increase the noise levels of the extrac-
tor hood.
— Drill four 6 mm @ holes in the base of the wall unit using the
template supplied.
— Mount the hood unit on the base of the wall unit using four
4.2 x 35 mm screws. — Fig.4
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— Position the template on the wall. Wall
— Drill four 83 mm © holes in the wall, 2 in points H and 2 in points I. mounting
— Fit the four 8 mm screw anchor plugs in the wall.
— Screw two 5 x 45 mm screws in points H but do not tighten
them fully home.
— Adjustthe unit so thatitis positioned at a right angle to the wall
by turning the two support screws G.
— Now hang the hood on the wall (holes H). Tighten the first two
screws and, for safety’s sake, screw the other two 5 x 45 mm
screws into the holes in the hood. — Fig. 5
for user
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 a 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 the cooking smoke and vapour
extractor motor on and off, enabling you to select one of the three
different speeds.
O | o 1 2 3
Light switch Motor power
On/Off adjustable to 4
6 |} positions
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 uncov-
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.
itis extremely important to note that overheating can cause a fire.
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).
Itis 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 hazard.
Naintenanc: and care
The hood must always be disconnected from the mains power
supply before beginning any maintenance work.
— Open my latch L and swing the grille downwards. — Fig. 7.
— To remove the grille, pull it forwards from the right and release it.
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My grease filter has been designed to absorb the grease particles
that are formed during cooking and is always used, irrespective of
whether the hood is set up for extractor or filter operation. The
synthetic filter is very thin (approx. 1 mm) and positioned on the
inside of its related support grille.
The filter should be changed when the fat stains on its inside
surface can be seen through the grille holes.
The grille should be cleaned with luke warm water and non-
abrasive detergent when you change the filter.
My grease filter can be ordered from the AEG technical assistance
Open the grille and remove the stops M to take out the filter. See
Fig. 7.
My activated carbon filter should only be used if you want to use
the hood in its filtering function.
To do this you will need an original AEG activated carbon filter
(see special accessories).
This filter cannot be cleaned or reused.
As a general rule, the activated carbon filter shouid be
changed once every four months.
the grille
Grease filter
Carbon filter
the light bulb
Removing the filter
— Press the stops N and remove the filter by pulling it down-
wards. — Fig. 8
Always specify the hood model code number and serial number
when ordering replacement filters. This information is shown on
the registration plate located on the inside of the unit.
The activated carbon filter can be ordered from the AEG technical
assistance service.
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.
— Disconnect the unit from the mains power supply.
— Remove my cover
— Replace the old light bulb with a new light bulb (40 W max.).
— |f the light does not come on, make sure the bulb has been
screwed in correctly before contacting the technical assist-
ance service.
Warning: always disconnect the hood from the mains power
supply before cleaning it.
Never insert pointed objects in the motor’s protective grille.
Wash my outside surfaces using a delicate 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 E-Nr.610 899 004
120 mm outlet hose 610 899 007
Synthetic grease filter 610 899 210
Metal grease filter 610 899 230
KLF60/80 activated carbon filter 610 899 421
Technical assistance service
You are welcome to telephone our technical assistance service
(see list of technical assistance centres) whenever you need
information or in the unlikely event of a fault.
When calling, please be ready to specify:
1. The model code number
2. The serial number (E-Nr.)
3. The manufacturing number (F-Nr.)
This information is shown on the registration plate inside the
unit behind the grease filter grille.
We reserve the right to change specifications and colours as a
result of our policy of continuing technological development.
(for users in the U.K.)
Southern Service Northern Service Scottish Service
Centre Centre Centre
217 Bath Road Unit 20 Block 11, Unit 1,
SLOUGH Haigh Park Dundyvan Industrial
Berkshire Haigh Avenue Estate
Tel: 0753 872506 Gt. Manchester Lanarkshire ML5 4AQ
SK4 IQR Tel: 0236 440387
Tel: 061 487 2205
If your appliance has a fault, please contact our service engineer
and state the following numbers:
E-Nr. 610
AEG Domestic Appliances Ltd
Customer Care Department
55-77 High Street
Berkshire SL1 1DZ
Telephone: 08705 350350
AEG Hausgeráte AG
Postfach 1036
D-90327 Nürnberg
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