Cosmo | COS-QS90 | Manual and User Guide | Cosmo COS-QS90 Manual and User Guide

UNDER CABINET RANGE HOOD
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Thank you for your purchase. We know that
you have many brands and products to
choose from and we are honored to know
that you have decided to take one of our
products into your home and hope that you
enjoy it.
Our appliances are designed according to
the strictest safety and performance
standard for the North American market. We
follow the most advanced manufacturing
philosophy. Each appliance leaves the
factory after thorough quality inspection and
testing. Our distributors and our service
partners are ready to answer any questions
you may have regarding how to install, use
and care for your range hood.
We hope that this manual will help you learn
to use the product in the safest and most
effective manner and care for it so that it
may give you the highest satisfaction in
cooking for years to come. If you have any
questions or concerns, please contact the
dealer from whom you purchased it, or
contact our Customer Support at
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The manual also includes directions for the
professional installer that will install the
product in your home. We recommend using
trained personnel for professional
installation.
Please keep this manual for future use
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STAINLESS STEEL BAFFLE FILTERS
About Your New Filters
Stainless Steel Baffle Filters do not need linings or mesh inside of the filters and are
completely constructed out of stainless steel. The stainless steel construction allows
them to be used again after being cleaned or going through the dishwasher.
How do Baffle Filters Work?
They function by forcing the grease filled air to quickly and continuously change direction
as it passes through the filter. The grease is unable to change direction as fast as the air
carrying them, they end up getting caught on the metal blades and then trapped into the
filter tray.These filters are both efficient and require less maintenance.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
PARTS DIAGRAM
INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
04
05
INSTALLATION PROCEDURES
06
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
08
MAINTENANCE
TROUBLESHOOTING
WARRANTY AND SERVICE
09
10
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PARTS DIAGRAM
COS-QS 75 / 90
MAIN PARTS
Mount
Mount
Damper
Drip Tray
Baffle Filters
Ductwork is NOT included and needs to be purchased separately (8" Diameter Round).
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INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
24" to 36"
1. Do not install the range hood where there are many open doors or
windows.This will cause reduced performance. (Fig. 1)
2. Install the range hood right above the cooktop. The optimal
distance between the cooktop and lower edge of the range
hood is 24” to 36”.
3. In order to get optimal performance, do not over extend the
exhaust pipe and avoid unnecessary bending.
4. The air outlet must be connected to chimney flues or combustion
gas ducts. Under no circumstances should the air outlet be connected
to ventilation ducts for rooms in which fuel-burning appliances are
installed.
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INSTALLATION PROCEDURES
CAUTION: HOOD MAY HAVE VERY SHARP EDGES; PLEASE WEAR
PROTECTIVE GLOVES WHENEVER IT IS NECESSARY TO REMOVE ANY
PARTS FOR INSTALLING, CLEANING OR SERVICING.
Step 1:
Rear Mounted Installation
A. Find the 4 key holes in the back of the range
hood. Mark their locations at the installation
location with a pencil or marker.
B. Drill 5/16 (8mm) hole at each of the marked
locations.
C. Insert anchors into each drilled hole. Firmly
screw them into place.
D. Hang your Range Hood into place by aligning
the anchors with the four holes in the back of the
range hood.
24" to 36"
A height of 24” to 36” is recommended for
optimal performance.
Anchor
Screw
Top Mounted Installation
A. Find the 4 holes in the top of the range hood.
Mark their locations at the installation location
(Bottom of Cabinet) with a pencil or marker.
B. Drill 5/16 (8mm) hole at each of the marked
locations.
C. Insert anchors into each drilled hole. Firmly
screw them into place.
D. Hang your Range Hood into place by aligning
the anchors with the four holes in the top of the
range hood. Push in to place to lock into place
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Key Hole
Duct
Step 2:
Damper
Connect the duct into the damper.
Step 3:
Connect installed duct to existing ductwork.
For best performance avoid steep angles in
duct work.
Step 4:
A. Install the Drip Tray inside the bottom
rear of the range hood.
B. Install the baffle filters by inserting at an
angle towards the rear of the range hood.
Push the filter up and insert front of filter
into front recess. Slightly lower the filter
then slide back until it is in proper position.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
A
B
D
C
E
F
Soft Touch Controls
COS-QS 75 / 90
A. Light. Press to turn light on / off.
B. Timer Button - When range hood is on touch once. The timer is default
at 3 minutes. Use plus or minus to increase or decrease time upto 60
minutes.
Set Time
Press and hold the Clock symbol for 3 seconds while the Range Hood is not running
(in F0 state), until the clock symbol, (+) and (-) signs turn blue. Immediately, use the
(+) button to set the hour anywhere between 0-23 hours. Use the (-) button to set
the minutes anywhere between 0-59 minutes. The clock is in 24-hr format. After 10
seconds of no buttons being pushed, the time will save.
C. Minus Button - Used to decrease settings.
Quick Low Speed On:
When the unit is off press once as a shortcut to turn on with low setting.
D. Plus Button. Used to increase settings.
Quick High Speed On:
When the unit off press once as a shortcut turn on with high setting.
E. Special Function Button - Holding this button for 3 seconds while the
Range Hood is off will enable or disable the gas sensor function. The gas
sensor function will turn the Range Hood on when gas is detected.
F. Power. Press to turn light on / off.
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MAINTENANCE
CAUTION:
NEVER PUT YOUR HAND INSIDE OF THE UNIT WHILE ITS OPERATING. FOR
THE BEST PERFORMANCE CLEAN YOUR
RANGE HOOD REGULARLY.
CLEANING
1. Use only mild soap or cleaning solutions to clean the range hoods
outer surface. Dry surfaces using a soft cloth.
2. Stainless Steel cleaner may be used on the external surface.
3. Cleaning the Baffle Filters: For daily cleaning, use hot, soapy
water and a soft cloth. Wipe dry and finish with a damp micro-fiber
cloth. Baffle filters can also be cleaned in the dishwasher.
4. Clean the Range Hood assembly once every 6 months.
5. DO NOT clean the motor or electrical components with water or
any other liquid
REPLACING LIGHT BULBS
CAUTION:
LAMP UNIT MAY BE HOT! WAIT UNTIL THE UNIT IS COOL. BEFORE
ATTEMPTING TO REPLACE THE LED LAMPS MAKE SURE THE UNIT IS POWERED OFF AND
UNPLUGGED.
Note: Individual LED bulbs cannot be replaced only LED lamps.
1. Remove the baffle filters
2. Find the wire connection of the lamp and unplug.
3. Remove old LED lamp.
4. Plugin new LED lamp.
5. Reinstall the baffle filters.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
CAUTION: ALWAYS UNPLUG UNIT FROM POWER BEFORE SERVICING
PROBLEM
SOLUTION
TOOLS
My range hood is
noisy.
A. Check inside the range hood
for any loose debris and remove.
Phillips Screwdriver
My range hood has
poor performance..
A. The range hood and cooktop are
too far away from each other.
Optimal distance is 24” to 36”
Phillips Screwdriver
B. There are too many open
windows or doors in the area.
Close some doors or windows.
C. The motor performance has
decreased due to wear. Replace
motor.
D. Check and make sure the tape
holding down the damper flaps at
the vent hole are removed before
use.
My range hood
shakes.
A. The installation is not secure.
Check again and make sure the
installation hardware is securely
mounted.
Phillips Screwdriver
B. The fan is broken or not
balanced. Realign or replace fan.
C. The motor is loose. Check and
make sure the motor is solidly
mounted to the unit.
The motor no longer
runs.
A. Replace control panel or
circuit board.
Phillips Screwdriver
B. Replace with new motor
assembly.
Light bulbs went out.
A. Replace with a new LED lamp
assembly.
Phillips Screwdriver
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WARRANTY AND SERVICE
Limited Warranty
This unit comes with Year Manufacturer’s Part Warranty. Within year after date
of receiving the product, Cosmo will replace any functional parts that are defective.
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Functional parts are those components/parts that are critical to the performance of
the product’s essential function. Non-functional parts are those that are a cosmetic
feature of the product such as knobs, grates, other metal bodies/surfaces, etc.
A. Warranty does not cover failure as result of: misuse, abuse, rust or
corrosion, spilled liquids or foreign objects found inside the unit; repair of
damage caused by accident,
theft, fire, flood, external causes such as, but not limited to, blow fuses,
inadequate electrical power, water and gas lines beyond the equipment, or
any use of the product not authorized by the manufacturer.
B. The maximum liability of the warranty for product replacement or repair
shall not exceed the original purchase price of the product.
C. Cosmo reserves the right to repair or replace the covered product with a
comparable feature model of like kind.
D. Warranty does not cover deterioration of the appearance of the product,
any cosmetic part such as paint, porcelain, glass, dents, scratches, chips,
rust or peeling.
E. Any damage resulting from unauthorized replacement parts, improper
service or modifications made to the covered product are not covered.
F. Cosmo is released from all liability due to indirect, consequential or
incidental damages.
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