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Z Line KBRR-30 Installation
Designer Wall Range Hood Installation
Installation
Tutorial Video
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Designer Wall Range Hood Installation
Please unpack your range hood when it is delivered
and inspect to ensure all parts are included.
Parts Supplied:
1. Main Hood With All Lights and
Button Banks Pre-installed
2. Chimney
3. Transition Piece (For 6˝ or 8˝)
4. Baffle Filters
5. Flexible Duct (For 6˝ or 8˝)
6. Packet of Screws and Anchors
7. Top Mounting Bracket
8. Crown Molding Bracket
9. Crown Molding
10. Grease Cup
*Note: Wall range hoods with single motors will come with a square to 6˝ round transition piece
and will include a backdraft damper. The ducting with these range hoods is 6˝.
Dual motor wall hoods will come with a square to 8˝ round transition piece without a backdraft
damper. The ducting with these range hoods is 8˝.
*Note: Use rigid ducting wherever possible. Try and minimize the use of elbows. More elbows
and longer runs create higher static pressure. The hood comes with a grounded three prong plug
that can either be direct wired or plugged into a 20 amp. circuit.
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Designer Wall Range Hood Installation
*The recommended height to install your hood is 30˝ minimum and 36˝ maximum
above the cooktop.
*For Outdoor (304 Series) hood installation: The unit must be installed at a minimum
of 36˝ above the grill.
1
2
Find the center of the wall where you
are installing the hood. Make sure
there is sufficient bracing to hold the
weight of the hood. Mark your center
line and measure out from the center
to find your two mounting points.
Make sure your mounting points are
level when you mark them. It is recommended to install the hood directly into wood supports. (Figure 1)
Mark your mounting points and install the two mounting screws provided leaving the heads out ¼˝ to mount
hood. (Figure 1)
3
Mount the main body of the hood to
the two screws and screw into place.
(Figure 2)
4
Mount the crown molding bracket
centering it above the hood. (Figure3)
Figure 1
Figure 2
Figure 3
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Designer Wall Range Hood Installation
Designer Wall Range Hood Installation
5
Make your electrical and ducting
connections. Try and minimize the
use of elbows. More elbows and longer runs create higher static pressure.
The hood comes with a grounded
three prong plug that can either be
direct wire or plugged into a 20amp.
circuit. (Figure 4)
Figure 4
Figure 5
6
Install the transition piece securing it
with screws provided. (Figure 5)
7
Connect the ducting to the transition
piece using ring to hold into place.
(Figure 6)
Figure 6
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Designer Wall Range Hood Installation
8
Cut chimney to height needed.
(Figure 7)
Figure 7
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Install the chimney on top of the
hood. Secure the lower portion with
the provided screw at the bottom.
(Figure 8)
Figure 8
10
Slide crown molding over mounting
bracket. (Figure 9)
Figure 9
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Installing Crown Moldings
If using a crown molding follow instructions before
attaching ducting and chimney sections.
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1
Attach crown molding bracket to
ceiling using hardware provided.
2
Attach ducting and electrical connections.
3
Attach chimney sections to the
range hood then connect to crown
molding bracket.
4
Slide crown molding onto crown
bracket and secure into place.
Installation
Tutorial Video
Wall Range Hood Installation
Installation
Tutorial Video
4
Wall Range Hood Installation
Please unpack your range hood when it is delivered
and inspect to ensure all parts are included.
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B
F
Parts Supplied:
1. Main Hood With All Lights and
Button Banks Pres-installed
2. Adjustable Stainless Chimney Cover
3. Transition Piece (For 6˝ or 8˝)
4. Baffle Filters
5. Flexible Duct (For 6˝ or 8˝)
6. Packet of Screws and Anchors
7. Top Mounting Bracket
8. Grease Cup
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C
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B
C
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D
F
D
*Note: Wall range hoods with single motors will come with a square to 6˝ round transition piece
and will include a back draft damper. The ducting with these range hoods is 6˝.
Dual motor wall hoods will come with a square to 8˝ round transition piece without a back draft
damper. The ducting with these range hoods is 8˝.
*Use rigid ducting wherever possible. Try and minimize the use of elbows. More elbows and longer runs create higher static pressure. The hood comes with a grounded three prong plug that can
either be direct wired or plugged into a 20 amp. circuit.
5
Wall Range Hood Installation
*The recommended height to install your hood is 30˝ minimum and 36˝ maximum
above the cooktop.
*For Outdoor (304 Series) hood installation, the unit must be installed at a minimum
of 36˝ above the grill.
1
2
Find the center of the wall where you
are installing the hood. Make sure
there is sufficient bracing to hold the
weight of the hood. Mark your center
line and measure out from the center
to find your two mounting points.
Make sure your mounting points are
level when you mark them. It is recommended to install the hood directly into wood supports. (Figure 1)
Mark the mounting points and install
the two mounting screws provided
leaving the heads out ¼˝ to mount the
hood. (Figure 1)
3
Mount the main body of the hood to
the two screws and screw into place.
(Figure 2)
4
Mount the top chimney mounting
bracket centering it above the hood.
(Figure 3)
Figure 1
Figure 2
Figure 3
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Wall Range Hood Installation
5
Install the transition piece securing it
with screws provided. (Figure 4)
6
Make your electrical and ducting
connections. Try and minimize the
use of elbows. More elbows and longer runs create higher static pressure.
The hood comes with a grounded
three prong plug that can either be
direct wire or plugged into a 20amp.
circuit. (Figure 5)
Figure 4
Figure 5
7
Connect the ducting to the transition
piece using ring to hold into place.
Attach ducting to the range hood.
(Figure 6)
Figure 6
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Wall Range Hood Installation
8
Install the two part chimneys on top
of the hood. Slide the inside section
up until the vertical vent slots are visible, attach top portion to mounting
bracket with screws. Secure lower
chimney portion to the hood with
screws provided. (Figure 7)
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Install plastic drip cup by sliding into
brackets located at the bottom of the
motor. Install ◆baffle channel and baffle filters. (Figure 8)
◆Not all models include baffle channels.
*Before installing baffle filters, make sure
that you insert the grease cup under the
motor blower.
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Figure 7
Figure 8
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