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Smeg KD90XU Instructions Manual
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Read the instructions carefully before installing and/or using the hood.
Before connecting, make sure that the mains voltage corresponds to the voltage on
the rating plate inside the hood. (see fig. 7)
Once you remove the appliance from its packaging make sure it is intact. If the
product is damaged, do not use it and contact the Smeg assistance network.
It is recommended that a qualified technician performs installation and adjustment
operations .
The minimum distance between the cooker and the lower part of the hood must be
750mm for gas cookers and 650 mm for electric cookers.
Before carrying out any kind of maintenance or cleaning, disconnect the hood from
the mains supply.
Inspect and clean the filters thoroughly and in accordance with the intervals
suggested by the manufacturer.
Do not cook or fry in a way that could result in flames being sucked into the hood and
causing a fire.
The hood surface can be cleaned with a damp cloth and a non-bleach liquid
Make sure the room is properly ventilated when using the hood and other gas
appliances at the same time.
Comply with the regulations on air discharge when operating the hood.
The extracted air must not be routed into a duct used to discharge fumes of gasoperated appliances.
This appliance must not be used by children without an adult supervision or
by disabled people without assistance.
This appliance has been designed to work as a DUCTING hood (evacuation of the
air) or RECYCLING hood (recycling of the filtered air).
DUCTED MODE: In order to use the hood in the ducted mode, connect the motor
intake, by means of a suitable ducting hose not less than 120mm diameter, directly to
the external fumes outlet.
Note: Remove any carbon filters.
RECIRCULATION MODE: If it is not possible to discharge fumes outside, the hood
can be used to filter and recycle the air. This way, air and fumes are filtered by the
anti-odour carbon filters and recirculated through the aerating grids on the sides of
The hood is supplied with all the necessary
accessories for installation. The minimum distance
between the cooker and the lower part of the hood
must be 750 mm for gas cookers and 650 mm for
electric cookers (Fig. 1). The hood is supplied with a
motor intake (Fig 2). If it has not been assembled by
the manufacturer, you can assemble it using the
supplied screws (for type 1) or pushing (for type 2)
If the motor intake is equipped with a non-return
valve, make sure it opens and closes perfectly.
The following instructions will assist installation:
a) The hood should be centred with respect to the
b) The hood is supplied with two supports/hooks (a)
(Fig 3) or bracket (b) that need to be fixed to the
wall by means of wall anchors . The L1 holes for
these supports are on the back of the hood (fig.
c) Remove the anti-grease filters, put the hood on
the wall and mark the position of the holes for the
d) Drill the two previously marked holes after
removing the hood from the wall.
e) Fix the two supports/hooks to the wall.
f) Mark the L2 holes on the wall to fix the hood
safely. (fig. 4) Drill and put the anchors in the
g) Hang the hood on to the supports/hooks (fig. 5)
and level by means of the adjusting screw
l) Fix the hood safe by tightening both wall anchors.
Type 1
Type 2
Ducted mode or Recirculation mode installation:
Ducted mode:
In the ducted mode, connect the motor outlet to the
fumes outlet duct not less than 120mm diameter.
Warning: if the hood is equipped with an active
carbon filter, it must be removed (see page 7)
(b) levelling screw
Recirculation mode:
Leave the motor intake free. Install the active carbon
filters as shown in page 7.
Warning: if the hood is not supplied with an active
carbon filter, it is necessary to buy it separately and
assemble it before using the hood.
m) Chimneyassembly:
Adjust the two telescopic chimneys to the required
length (fig. 6).
Block the chimneys by tightening the two H screws .
Place the chimneys group on the top side of the hood
carefully. Put the chimney bracket K on the B
chimney (fig. 6). Mark the holes on the wall for fixing
the chimney bracket to the wall.
Remove the chimney set, drill and fix the support
racket to the wall by means of wall anchors. . Put the
chimney group back in place and fix it to the hood with
the Z screws and to the chimney bracket with the L
screws as shown in figure 6.
It is recommended that all electrical connection
operations are performed by a qualified technician.
The appliance is supplied WITHOUT A PLUG. It is
therefore necessary to fix a plug to the wire. The plug
and fuse must be in accordance with the rating plate
inside the hood. Then connect it to a nearby, easily
reachable socket in accordance with the rules in
In the case of a direct connection to the mains supply,
it is necessary to put a switched spur between the
appliance and the mains supply. The switch must be
suitable for the load, compliant with the rules in force
and must have a minimum contact opening of not less
than 3mm.
In order to achieve the best performance, it is recommended to start the hood a few
minutes before starting cooking and keep it on for at least 15 minutes after finishing
cooking or after all fumes and odours have disappeared.
To start the hood, identify your type of control panel and follow the instructions:
- Key (A) to turn on/off the hood’s light.
- Four-position Cursor (B):
0: Off
1/2/3: On/Speed adjustment
Light ON/OFF Button
Motor OFF button
 On/speed adjustment button
- Two-position Knob (A) to turn on/off
the light (0-1)
- Four-position Knob (B):
Motor OFF
1-2-3 Speed adjustment
Lights ON/OFF
 OFF/1 speed
 Speed adjustment
Filters reset button
- AUTO POWER-OFF TIMER: Pushing one of the speed adjustment buttons (2-3-4)
twice, you will activate the “Auto power-off timer” function that turns the motor and light off
after 10 mins. The activation of such function is signalled by the blinking LED
above the pressed button.
- FILTERS CLEANING WARNING: When all the 4 LEDs blink at the same time (which is
programmed to happen every 100h of operation), the user is required to
clean/replace the filters .
Pressing the Reset button
the 100h count will start again
Note: Pressing the reset button accidentally before the end of the 100h
cycle does not reset the filters cleaning memory
It is recommended that grease filters are cleaned every 100h and active
carbon filters are replaced every 200h.
Before performing any cleaning and/or maintenance operation always disconnect
the hood from the mains supply.
Regular cleaning will ensure a good performance and extend the working life of the hood.
Special attention should be given to the grease filters and carbon filters (for recycling
hoods only).
Note: An excess of grease in the filter, as well as affecting the performance of the
hood, can also be a fire risk.
External and internal cleaning of the hood should be performed with a damp cloth and a
non-bleach liquid detergent, absolutely avoiding solvents or abrasive substances. It
is advisable to use specific products, following their instructions. When cleaning the steel
of the hood, we suggest rubbing in the same direction as the grain.
Special attention should be reserved to the metal
grease filters. An excess of grease in the filter, as well
as affecting the performance of the hood, can also be
a fire risk. To avert fires, the filters must be cleaned
regularly at least once a month or more frequently, in
the case of a heavy use of the appliance.
According to your hood’s model, remove one filter at a
time as shown in these pictures. Wash the filters
thoroughly with a non-bleach detergent, either by
hand or machine. Re-assemble the filters, making
sure that the handle faces the outside of the hood
CARBON FILTERS REPLACEMENT: (For recirculated version only)
The carbon filters can only retain odours for a limited
period of time. They cannot be washed, therefore, it is
recommended they are replaced at least once every
six months or more frequently in the case of a heavy
use of the appliance.
Before starting, make sure the hood is disconnected
from the mains supply.
To reach the active carbon filters, it is necessary to
remove the metal filters as shown above. Use the
pictures to find the carbon filter kit of your hood.
Round filter: simply rotate the filters 90 degrees as
shown in fig. A and then remove them from their
Spring-held cartridge filter (fig. B): press enough to
overcome the spring’s resistance and remove the
Cartridge filter with bracket and threaded knob (fig.
C): unscrew the knob, remove the blocking racket and
then remove the active carbon filter.
Re-assemble the carbon and metal filters performing
the above mentioned operations backwards.
Note: only for the electronic controlled hood, reset the
filters cleaning warning by pressing the Filter reset
Before performing any cleaning and/or
maintenance operation, disconnect the hood
from the mains supply.
According to the model, the hood can be equipped
with different kind of lighting such as incandescent,
halogen and neon lamps.
Incandescent lamps: E14 – 40W 230V lamps.
To replace them, remove the transparent fixture
from the control panel, unscrew the lamp and
screw in the new one.
Halogen lamps: G4, 20W - 12V lamps . To
replace the lamp, use a screwdriver to remove
the glass-supporting ring. Then remove the old
lamp and insert the new one.
Put the glass back, securing it with the ring.
Biax neon lamps: G23 11W lamp. Once the
fixture has been removed, remove the biax lamp
from its seat and support.
Put a new lamp in, performing the same
operations backwards.
Neon lamp: 15/18W neon tube. To reach the
neon tube, unscrew the glass framework screws.
Rotate the tube 90 degrees and remove the neon
lamp. Install the new neon tube and put the glass
framework back.
The hood packaging includes, together with this operating and maintenance booklet, the
Smeg Warranty Booklet. Please read the Smeg Warranty Booklet for complete
information about the warranty (N.B. bulbs and filters are not covered by your warranty).
In the case of failure, please call
Customer Service
0870 9909907
and provide the following data:
The model indicated inside the hood (fig. 7)
Your full address
Your telephone number
Information on the kind of failure
This appliance is marked according to the European directive 2002/96/EC on Waste
Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE).
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.
on the product, or on the documents accompanying the product,
The symbol
indicates that this appliance may not be
treated as household waste. Instead it shall be handed over to the applicable
collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment.
Disposal must be carried out in accordance with local environmental regulations for
waste disposal.
For more detailed information about treatment, recovery and recycling of this product,
please contact your local city office, your household waste disposal service or the
shop where you purchased the product.
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