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Installation Instructions
Renaissance Integrated Ventilation Systems
®
Models RNIVS1, RNIVS2, RNIVSR1, and RNIVSR2
®
APPROVED FOR USE WITH ALL DACOR RANGES AND COOKTOPS.
TESTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE LATEST EDITION OF ANSI/UL 507
STANDARD FOR ELECTRIC FANS AND CAN/CSA-C22.2 NO. 115 STANDARD
FOR FANS AND VENTILATORS.
Part No. 109408 Rev. A
Table of Contents
Important Safety Instructions........................................... 1
Important Information About Safety Instructions............... 2
General Safety Precautions.............................................. 3
Product Specifications ..................................................... 5
General Specifications...................................................... 5
Dimensions....................................................................... 8
Preparation and Setup..................................................... 10
Parts List......................................................................... 10
Necessary Tools and Hardware...................................... 10
Meeting Installation Requirements...................................11
Meeting Electrical Codes ............................................... 12
Planning the Ductwork.................................................... 13
Installation Instructions................................................... 14
Assembling the Filters..................................................... 14
Installing the Hood Liner Kit RNIHL................................ 15
Attaching the Dual to Single Transition Kit ATD10.......... 16
Marking the Centerlines ................................................. 17
Installing the RNIVS........................................................ 18
Hardwiring the Hood....................................................... 20
Verifying the Setup.......................................................... 23
The Installation Checklist................................................ 24
Wire Diagrams.................................................................. 25
Before You Begin...
Important:
•
Installer: In the interest of safety and to minimize problems, read these Installation Instructions completely and carefully before you begin the installation process. Leave these installation instructions with the user.
Write the data plate information in the Use and Care manual before installing the unit.
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User: Keep these Installation Instructions for future reference and for the local electrical inspector’s use.
If You Need Help...
If you have questions or problems with installation, contact your Dacor dealer or the
Dacor Customer Service Team. For repairs to Dacor appliances under warranty call the
Dacor Distinctive Service line.
Whenever you call, have the model and serial number of the appliance ready. The model
and serial number are printed on the appliance data plate.
Dacor Customer Service Team
Phone: (800) 793-0093 ex. 2813 (U.S.A. and Canada)
Monday — Friday 6:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Pacific Time
Website: www.dacor.com
Dacor Distinctive Service (for repairs under warranty only)
Phone: (800) 793-0093 ex. 2822 (U.S.A. and Canada)
Monday — Friday 6:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Pacific Time
Appliance Data Plate
The appliance data plate is a label that:
•
has the model and serial number information and electrical requirements.
•
is located inside the RNIVS, above the filters on the back wall of the chassis.
Remove the filters to locate the plate.
All specifications subject to change without notice. Dacor assumes no liability for changes to specifications.
© 2008 Dacor, all rights reserved.
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Important Safety Instructions
Important Information About
Safety Instructions
Safety Symbols and Labels
•
Whenever you see these symbols or labels, read the
message carefully before continuing.
•
The Important Safety Instructions and warnings in
these instructions are not meant to cover all possible
problems and conditions that can occur. Use common
sense and caution when installing, maintaining, or
operating this or any other appliance.
Always contact the Dacor Customer Service Team
about problems and conditions that you don’t understand.
These alerts are meant to bring attention to important areas
in the manual.
DANGER
Immediate hazards that WILL result in severe personal
injury or death.
WARNING
Hazards or unsafe practices that COULD result in severe
personal injury or death.
READ AND SAVE THESE
INSTRUCTIONS
2
CAUTION
Hazards or unsafe practices that MIGHT result in minor
personal injury or property damage.
Important Safety Instructions
General Safety Precautions
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, serious injury or death when using your appliance, follow basic safety
precautions, including the following:
CAUTION
For general ventilating use only. Do not use to exhaust hazardous or explosive materials and vapors.
WARNING
WARNING – TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK, OR INJURY TO PERSONS, OBSERVE THE
FOLLOWING:
a)
Installation work and electrical wiring must be done by qualified person(s) in accordance with all applicable
codes and standards, including fire-rated construction.
b)
Sufficient air is needed for proper combustion and exhausting of gases through the flue(chimney) of fuel
burning equipment to prevent back drafting. Follow the heating equipment manufacturer’s guideline and safety
standards such as those published by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), and the American
Society for Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), and the local code authorities.
c)
When cutting or drilling into wall or ceiling, do not damage electrical wiring and other hidden utilities.
d)
Ducted fans must always be vented to the outdoors.
WARNING
WARNING - TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK, OR INJURY TO PERSONS, OBSERVE THE
FOLLOWING:
a)
Use this unit only in the manner intended by the manufacturer. If you have questions, contact the
manufacturer.
b)
Before servicing or cleaning unit, switch power off at service panel and lock the service disconnecting means
to prevent power from being switched on accidentally. When the service disconnecting means cannot be
locked, securely fasten a prominent warning device, such as a tag, to the service panel.
DANGER
To avoid the possibility of explosion or fire, do not store or use combustible, flammable or explosive vapors and liquids
(such as gasoline) inside or in the vicinity of this or any other appliance. Also keep items that could explode, such as
aerosol cans away from cooktop burners, ovens and range hoods. Do not store flammable or explosive materials in
adjacent cabinets or areas.
WARNING
If the information in this manual is not followed exactly, a fire or explosion may result causing property damage,
personal injury or death.
3
Important Safety Instructions
General Safety Precautions
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, serious injury or death when using your appliance, follow basic safety
precautions, including the following:
4
•
Do not install or operate this RNIVS if it has been damaged, dropped, has damaged electrical wires or is not working properly. If the product is damaged when received, immediately contact the dealer or builder.
•
This RNIVS must be installed and grounded by a qualified installer according to these installation instructions.
•
Install or locate this appliance only in accordance with these installation instructions and the requirements specified
by the manufacturer of the cooktop or range. Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service, or maintenance
can cause serious personal injury or property damage.
•
The user should not install, repair, or replace any part of the unit unless specifically recommended in the literature
accompanying it. A qualified service technician should perform all other service. Contact the nearest Dacor authorized service representative at (800) 793-0093, or at www.dacor.com for examination, repair or adjustment.
•
Keep all packaging materials away from children. Plastic bags can cause suffocation.
•
Do not use an extension cord or adapter plug with this appliance.
•
The installer must show the user the fuse box or circuit breaker panel box and how to turn the power on/off.
•
Before installing or servicing the RNIVS, switch the power OFF at the fuse box circuit breaker and lock the electrical panel door to prevent power from being switched on accidentally. When the electrical panel cannot be locked,
securely fasten a prominent warning device, such as a tag, to the electrical panel.
•
Read the Use and Care Manual completely before using the appliance. Clean the appliance only as instructed in the
Use and Care Manual. Use only the cleaners specified.
•
Do not tamper with the controls.
•
Never allow the filters to become blocked or clogged. Do not allow foreign objects, such as cigarettes or napkins, to
be sucked into the hood.
•
Clean the filters, channels, and all grease-laden surfaces often to prevent grease fires and to maintain performance.
•
If the cooktop and range hood are near a window, use an appropriate window treatment; Avoid long drapes or window coverings that could blow over the cooktop and hood and create a fire hazard.
•
Always run the fan(s) whenever the cooktop is operating.
•
Never leave the range or cooktop unattended when a burner (or element) is in use. Boil-overs and greasy spills may
smoke and/or ignite.
•
Do not leave children alone or unattended in the area where the cooktop and range hood are in use. Never allow
children to sit or stand on an appliance. Do not let children play with a range, cooktop, or range hood. Do not store
items of interest to children above or around the cooktop, range, or range hood.
•
The minimum distance between the cooktop surface and the exterior part of the non-combustible hood must be at
least 30” (76.2 cm).
•
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, USE ONLY METAL DUCTWORK.
•
PROLONGED POWER FAILURE Do not attempt to use this appliance during a continuous power failure.
Product Specifications
General Specifications
Dacor’s Renaissance® Integrated Ventilation System (RNIVS) is designed to be installed inside custom hood canopies.
Correct installation of the RNIVS requires that the custom canopy is constructed with precision design, manufacturing,
and materials.
Follow all instructions and warnings concerning the installation of the RNIVS within a combustible or non-combustible
hood canopy.
Make sure that all construction meets applicable local codes and regulations.
All Models
Features
Individual Models
Description
Filters
Baffle style, Dishwasher safe
Dimmable LED 7.5 Watt, 60 Hz.
Lights
Compatible with Halogen or any
dimmable, 75W max bulb
Total Circuit
120 Vac, 60 Hz., 15 Amp. min.
Requirements* grounded , dedicated circuit
RNIVS1: 0.2 kW (2 Amp.)
RNIVS2: 0.4 kW (3 Amp.)
Total
RNVSR1 & RNIVSR2: 0.2 kW (1.5
Connected
Amp.) Plus the power requirements
Load*
of the in-line blower or the remote
blower
RNIVS1: 600 CFM
RNIVS2: 1200 CFM
Fan Rating**
RNIVSR1 and RNIVSR2: Depends
on the in-line blower or remote
blower specifications
Features
Lights
Filters
Fans
(not including
“R” Models)
Exhaust Vents
RNIVS1
RNIVSR1
RNIVS2
RNIVSR2
2
2
2
3
1
2
1
2
* Electrical specifications are provided for reference only.
Consult the product data label on the unit for exact specifications.
** Rated at zero-inches static pressure.
Dacor Blower Models Used in RNIVSR Series:
RNIVSR models do not have blowers. Blowers must be
purchased separately.
Duct Size
In-Line Style
Blower Model
Remote Style
Blower Model
8 inch
10 inch
ILHSF8
ILHSF10
REMP3
REMP16
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Product Specifications
Product Dimensions
All tolerances are +1/16”, -0” (+0.16, -0 cm)
RNIVS1 &
RNIVSR1
ISO View
8 7/8”
(22.5 cm)
3/8”
(1.0 cm)
20 1/4”
21 7/16”
3/8” Rear Flange
Extension
18 1/2”
(54.43 cm)
(46.92 cm)
(54.45 cm)
19 5/8”
(49.82 cm)
RNIVS1 & RNIVSR1 Dimensions
10 23/32”
Top View
(27.69 cm)
CL
10 23/32”
(27.69 cm)
CL
5 3/4”
(14.54 cm)
Top Centerline Dimensions
6
6 3/16”
(15.72 cm)
Product Specifications
Product Dimensions
All tolerances are +1/16”, -0” (+0.16, -0 cm)
RNIVS1 &
RNIVSR1
Rear View
3/8”
(1.0 cm)
cha
back panel
nne
l de
pth
channel height
2 1/8”
(5.04 cm)
Channel Dimensions
Side View
.40
3/8” (1.0 cm)
flange
3/8” Rear Flange Extension
channel depth
3/8”
(1.0 cm)
channel height
2 1/8”
Detail
(5.04 cm)
flange
3/8” flange extension length
(1.0 cm)
Rear Flange and Channel Dimensions
(Side View)
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Product Specifications
Product Dimensions
All tolerances are +1/16”, -0” (+0.16, -0 cm)
RNIVS2 &
RNIVSR2
ISO View
8 7/8”
(22.5 cm)
3/8”
(1.0 cm)
30 1/4”
(76.84 cm)
18 1/2”
(46.92 cm)
31 7/16”
(79.83 cm)
3/8” Rear Flange
Extension
19 5/8”
(49.82 cm)
RNIVS2 & RNIVSR2 Dimensions
Top View
6”
(15.24 cm)
CL
CL
6”
(15.24 cm)
6 3/16”
(15.72 cm)
5 3/4”
(14.54 cm)
Top Centerline Dimensions
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Product Specifications
Product Dimensions
All tolerances are +1/16”, -0” (+0.16, -0 cm)
RNIVS2 &
RNIVSR2
Rear View
3/8”
(1.0 cm)
cha
back panel
nne
l de
pth
channel height
2 1/8”
(5.04 cm)
Side View
Channel Dimensions
.40
flange
3/8” Rear Flange Extension
3/8” (1.0 cm)
3/8”
(1.0 cm)
channel depth
Detail
channel height
2 1/8”
(5.04 cm)
flange
3/8” flange extension length
(1.0 cm)
Rear Flange and Channel Dimensions
(Side View)
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Preparation and Setup
Parts List
A RNIVS
Features
RNIVS1
RNIVS2
C
Filters
2
3
E
LED Lights
2
2
B Grease channel (1)
pictures vary by model
C Baffle filter and hardware (2)
A
E Dimmable LED light bulbs (2)
F Light replacement tool (1)
B
G Literature (2)
C
H Dacor Stainless Cleaning Creme (1)
H
E
STAINLESS
STEEL
CLEANER
G
F
Necessary Tools and Hardware
Optional Accessories
Please make sure these tools and hardware are within
reach before beginning the installation.
The items below are optional accessories that can be
added to your RNIVS.
Hood Liner Kit
RNIVS Installation
Phillips screwdriver
Drill + bits
Jigsaw
Flathead
screwdriver
Tape measure
8” Ducting
Pencil or
marking tool
Stud finder
Foil tape
Level
Sheet metal
screws
Junction box
18 AWG Wire
or 3-prong
power cord
Wire connector caps
Wire stripper
10
Dacor Liner Kit #
RNIHL30/36/48
Sheet metal
screws
--
Dual to Single Vent
Transition Kit
Dacor Transition Kit #
ATD10
Drill
Foil tape
10” Ducts and
ducting materials
Sheet metal
screws
--
Preparation and Setup
Meeting Installation Requirements
WARNING
Observe all governing codes and ordinances during
planning and installation. Contact your local building
department for further information. Use only ductwork
deemed acceptable by state, municipal and local codes.
E
WARNING
To reduce the risk of personal injury caused by reaching
over a hot appliance, cabinet storage space located
directly above the range should be avoided.
F*
(hood/canopy materials
determine distance)
E
IMPORTANT
See the diagram for minimum installed distance from
the hood to the cooktop surface. The minimum specified
distance may be higher for the particular range or
cooktop in use. Check the manufacturers specifications
for the cooktop or range.
•
The hood canopy must be as wide as the cooktop surface or wider.
•
Plan the installation so that all minimum dimensions
are met or exceeded.
•
Dimensions given are minimum clearances, unless otherwise noted.
•
All contact surfaces between the RNIVS and any cabinetry or walls must be sturdy, solid, and at right angles.
•
Install the RNIVS and cooking appliance(s) so that they
can be removed if service is required.
•
Local building codes may require the use of makeup air
systems with ventilation systems that move air greater
than the specified movement rate (CFM). The specified
rate varies based on locale. Consult a qualified HVAC
specialist when designing the system for the requirements in your area and to assure optimal performance.
•
An RNIVS installed inside a custom hood canopy made
of combustible materials must be a minimum of 36”
(91.4 cm) above the countertop cooking surface.
•
An RNIVS installed inside a custom hood canopy made
of non-combustible materials must be a minimum of 30”
(76.2 cm) above the countertop cooking surface.
•
An RNIVS installed inside any custom hood canopy
using a Dacor RNIHL Series Stainless Steel Hood
Liner must be a minimum of 30” (76.2 cm) above the
countertop cooking surface.
* From cooking surface
Cabinet Layout Dimensions
All tolerances are +1/16”, -0” (+.16, -0 cm)
Minimum Width of E:
Upper Cabinet Cutout & Appliance Width
Models
E
RNIVS1, RNIVSR1
30 inches (76.2 cm)
RNIVS2, RNIVSR2
36 inches (91.5 cm)
Minimum Height of F:
From Cooking Surface to Bottom of Hood
Materials
F
Combustible Materials (wood)
36 inches (91.5 cm)
Non-Combustible (tile, metal)
30 inches (76.2 cm)
Dacor RNIHL Hood Liners
30 inches (76.2 cm)
Metal Hood Liners
see mfg. specs
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Preparation and Setup
Meeting Electrical Codes
WARNING
Make sure electrical service to the RNIVS is installed by a licensed electrician.
It is the owner’s responsibility to confirm that all electrical
requirements are met by a qualified electrician who is
servicing this appliance.
A
B
The electrical installation, including the minimum supplywire size and grounding, must be in accordance with the
National Electric code ANSI/NFPA* (or latest revision), local
codes, and ordinances.
*A copy of this standard can be obtained from:
HORIZONTAL
DIMENSIONS
RNIVS1 & RNIVS2
National Fire Protection Association
1 Batterymarch Park
Quincy, Massachusetts 02269-9101
•
•
A
3
3 /8”
The ground terminal inside the RNIVS must be connected to a grounded, metallic, permanent wiring system, or to a grounding conductor installed by a licensed
electrician.
Do not ground the appliance or appliance wiring to a
gas pipeline or to the neutral (white) power supply wire.
•
Do not install a fuse in the neutral or ground circuit.
•
Connect the RNIVS directly to an electrical junction box. Hard-wire the RNIVS according to local code
directly to a dedicated three-wire grounded, single
phase circuit: rated at 120 Vac 60 Hz, 15 Amp.
•
See the diagram: Electrical Access Holes for wire
hole locations inside the RNIVS.
•
See Wiring Diagrams at the end of this document.
(8.57 cm)
BB
15
3 /16”
(10.07 cm)
C D
CL
E
VERTICAL DIMENSIONS
RNIVS1 & RNIVS2
C
C
3
2 /4”
D
3
3 /16”
(7 cm)
(8.16 cm)
E
E
1
1 /2”
Diameter
7/8”
(3.81 cm)
(5.1 cm)
Electrical Access Holes
All tolerances are +1/16”, -0” (+0.16, -0 cm)
Electrical access hole dimensions are the same on all
RNIVS models.
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Preparation and Setup
Planning the Ductwork
WARNING
•
•
•
•
To prevent combustion by-products, smoke or odors
from entering the home and to improve efficiency, tape
all duct joints securely.
Range hoods may interrupt the proper flow of smoke
and combustion gases from furnaces, gas water heaters, and fireplaces. To avoid drawing lethal gases into
the home, follow the manufacturer’s recommendation
for these devices and consult NFPA and ASHRAE recommendations.
Failure to install a remote blower or proper ductwork
may result in a backdraft and/or insufficient venting of
smoke and fumes.
DO NOT install an additional in-line or external blower
to increase the length of the duct run. Even small differences between blower air flow rates can greatly
reduce the air draw by the hood.
CAUTION
To reduce the risk of fire and to properly exhaust air, be
sure to duct air outside the house or building. Do not vent
exhaust air into spaces within walls or ceilings or into
attics, crawl spaces or garages.
WARNING
During duct installation, make sure there are no
obstructions that keep the damper flaps on the top of the
hood from opening.
•
Local building codes may require the use of makeup air
systems with ventilation systems that move air greater
than the specified movement rate (CFM). The specified
rate varies based on locale. Consult a qualified HVAC
specialist when designing the system for the requirements in your area and to assure optimal performance.
Duct Length Calculation Table
The maximum straight duct length for the hood is determined by the type of duct used. See the chart below.
Duct Size
Maximum Duct Run
8-inch Round
60 feet
10-inch Round
50 feet
3 1/4-in x 10-in Rectangular
50 feet
For each elbow and transition added, a certain length must
be subtracted from the maximum duct run to compensate
for wind resistance.
Use the chart below to determine the maximum length of
your duct run:
1. Write the total length of your duct run, then
2. Subtract all of the ductwork equivalent lengths in the
chart below.
Ductwork Equivalent Lengths
Piece
Subtract
Piece
Subtract
8-inch
90° Elbow
7 feet
10-inch 90° Elbow
5 feet
8-inch
45° Elbow
3 feet
10-inch 45° Elbow
2 feet
3¼ in x 10 in
to Round 90°
Transition
25 feet
3¼ in x 10 in to 8
in / 10 in Round
Transition
4 feet
Roof Cap
*
Wall Cap with
Damper
*
* The equivalent lengths of roof and wall caps vary with
model and configuration.
Ductwork Tips
Wherever possible, reduce the number of transitions, turns,
and sharp angles. Two staggered 45° angles are better
than one sharp 90° angle.
•
All ductwork materials (including screws and foil tape)
must be purchased separately by the customer.
Keep turns as far away from the RNIVS exhaust as possible, and keep as much space between any bends as possible.
•
Make sure ductwork does not interfere with floor joists
or wall studs.
For best performance: use round duct instead of rectangular, especially when elbows are required.
•
On dual exhaust models, the two 8-inch exhausts may
be merged into one 10-inch duct using Dacor transition
kit ATD10. See page 12 for details.
If multiple elbows are used, try to keep at least 24 inches of
straight duct between each elbow.
•
Fasten all joints with sheet metal screws and seal with
certified duct tape or foil tape.
•
When planning new ductwork, always look for the
shortest, most direct route to the outside.
In extremely cold weather regions, use thermal breaks, i.e.,
short sections of non-metallic duct, to avoid indoor heat
loss. Locate the break as close as possible to the outside
pass-through point.
•
To prevent a backdraft, never decrease the duct size
over the run. If existing ductwork is smaller than 8
inches in diameter, remove it and replace it with 8-inch
ductwork.
Avoid using “S” or back-to-back adjacent elbows.
Do not use flexible metal duct. Do not use ductwork that is
smaller than what is advised in the tables.
To prevent backdrafts, a damper at the duct outlet may
also be required.
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Installation Instructions
Assembling the Filters
Filters are boxed separately and must be assembled during installation. All knobs and hardware are included with the
filters.
To ensure the correct orientation, make sure the top of the filter lays face-up.
The face of the filter has:
• plastic peel-away coating
• a beveled lip on the inside frame
• screw holes up on the ridge (not down in the trough)
Instructions
1. Remove the plastic coating and confirm that the inside lip is beveled. If this is true, proceed. If not, flip the frame.
2. Align the screw, lock washer, and knob with the filter.
•
Make sure the knob is on the ridge, and the
•
screw and lock washer are in the trough.
3. Twist and secure until tight.
4. Proceed with the Installation Instructions and install the filters after hanging the RNIVS.
2
beveled lip
1
4
3
Baffle-Style Filter
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Filter Parts
Renaissance RNIVS & RNHP
Filter Kit Number
Filter Kit Description
1
Filter (baffle style)
702579
Baffle-Style Filter Kit (1 pc + hardware)
2
Knob
3
Screw M8
702580
Baffle-Style Filter Kit (2 pc + hardware)
4
Lock washer #10
®
Installation Instructions
Installing the Hood Liner Kit #RNIHL
The Renaissance® series (RN) Integrated Hood Liner
(RNIHL) is available separately and must be installed
before the RNIVS.
The RNIHL liners are made from of durable, noncombustible stainless steel. The latest Renaissance®
design make it an excellent component for any custom
hood.
Hood Canopy
Compatibility
Liner Kit #
Renaissance® RNIVS Model
RNIHL30
RNIVS1
RNIVSR1
RNIHL36
RNIVS1
RNIVSR1
RNIHL48
RNIVS2
RNIVSR2
See the RNIHL Installation Instructions booklet for
complete details and specifications.
If you are not using a hood liner, skip this page.
•
Read and follow the complete RNIVS Installation
Instructions manual to correctly install your custom
hood ventilation system.
•
Follow all electrical requirements specified in the RNIVS
Installation Instructions.
The Renaissance® RNIHL Series Hood Liner has no
electrical parts.
•
•
Plan the installation so that all minimum clearances are
met or exceeded.
•
The RNIVS is attached using the lock washers and
bolts provided with the RNIHL liner. Quantity varies
according to the RNIHL liner model.
•
The RNIHL liner is designed for vertical exhaust duct
(VED) configurations only.
RN
IH
LH
oo
dL
ine
r
RNIVS2
Installing the RNIHL Hood Liner
into the Hood Canopy
lock washers
bolts
RNIVS2
Hardware to Attach the
RNIVS to the RNIHL Hood Liner
RN
IH
L4
8
RNIVS2 Installed to the
RNIHL48 Hood Liner
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Installation Instructions
Attaching the Dual to Single Transition Kit #ATD10
Two 8-inch duct exhausts can be transitioned into one
10-inch duct.
•
Attach the Dacor transition kit # ATD10 before
installing the RNIVS.
•
This transition kit fits over the top ventilation exits.
10 inch round
2" (5.1 cm)
13" (33 cm)
Preparing the ATD10
1. Create a lip around the transition kit by bending the
bottom edges backward at right angles to create a 3/4”
flange around the base.
21" (53.3 cm)
ATD10 Dimensions
8" (20.3 cm)
Attaching the ATD10
1. Center the ATD10 transition kit over the duct collars.
2. Drill holes for screws in the flanges. Make sure the
holes pierce the top of the RNIVS (see right).
3. Fasten the ATD10 into place using sheet metal screws
(not included).
4. Seal the base of the ATD10 with foil or duct tape.
Four (4) corners are bent
backward 90 degrees.
Creating a Flange Around the Base
Fitting and Attaching the ATD10
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Installation Instructions
Marking the Centerlines
10 23/32”
(27.69 cm)
These measurements and marks are for centering the
RNIVS and marking the duct cutouts.
Have a marking tool and tape measure ready.
CL
10 23/32”
(27.69 cm)
CL
1. Mark the centerline of the cooktop (see image at
right).
6 3/16”
3/
5 4” (15.72 cm)
(14.54 cm)
2. Find your model number in the images, Top
Exhaust Centerline Dimensions.
3. Measure the top exhaust centerline dimensions
overhead.
4. Cut a hole that is 1 inch larger than the duct size
you are using. Dual exhaust models require two
(2) holes.
RNIVS1 & RNIVSR1
Top Exhaust Centerline Dimensions
All tolerances are +1/16”, -0” (+0.16, -0 cm)
6”
(15.24 cm)
CL
CL
6”
(15.24 cm)
5 3/4”
(14.54 cm)
6 3/16”
(15.72 cm)
RNIVS2 & RNIVSR2
Top Exhaust Centerline Dimensions
CL
Marking the Top Exhaust Centerline
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Installation Instructions
Installing the RNIVS
WARNING
Installing the RNIVS requires two people.
Do not attempt to lift and hold the RNIVS without assistance.
Wear protective gloves while holding the unit. Sharp edges can cause injury to hands and fingers.
NOTE: If using a liner kit with the RNIVS, please
follow the instructions on page 13.
NOTE: If using the RNIVS without a liner kit, use
a 3/8” spacer.
See the next page.
When hanging the RNIVS, be careful not to scratch or
damage the unit.
T
1. Remove the plastic film from the RNIVS.
2. Install a 3/8” spacer on the back of the RNIVS, or
install a spacer on the canopy or wall. Refer to the figures on the facing page.
T
R
3. Choose and measure the top and rear mounting holes
that will mount the RNIVS to the canopy or wall. See
figure, Mounting Holes at right.
R
Mark the measurements on the canopy or wall.
This is where screws will hold the RNIVS to the wall
studs or anchors.
4. Drill pilot or anchor holes. If using anchors, insert them
into the anchor holes.
5. Raise and adjust the RNIVS into its final position, and
fasten it into place using appropriate mounting screws
or fastening hardware.
T
Top mounting holes
R
Rear mounting holes
Mounting Holes
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Installation Instructions
Adding a Spacer
If using the RNIVS without a liner kit, use a
3/8” spacer:
3/8”
(1.0 cm)
depth
The flange circling the bottom of the unit will not
allow the unit to lay flat against a wall.
Therefore, use a 3/8” spacer behind the rear
mounting holes to ensure that the unit lays flush
against the wall or canopy.
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kc
han
nel
2 1/8”
height
(5.04 cm)
See images below that illustrate the 3/8” flange extension that prevents the unit from being flush against a
wall.
The image Channel Dimensions is for added
information only. These dimensions are not critical
for standard installation.
Channel Dimensions
.40
wall
Flange Creating Gap Between
Rear of Unit and Wall
flange 3/8”
(1.0 cm)
Detail
3/8” (1.0 cm)
channel depth
channel height
2 1/8”
(5.04 cm)
flange
3/8” flange extension length
Details of Flange and Channel Dimensions (1.0 cm)
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Installation Instructions
Hardwiring the Hood
WARNING
•
To avoid electric shock or fire hazard, make sure that
power to the RNIVS power supply line is turned OFF
at the fuse box or circuit breaker before connecting
the electrical wiring.
•
Miswiring the RNIVS electrical wiring can create an
electric shock or fire hazard and could damage the
RNIVS’ electrical system. See page 25-26.
•
Do not ground the wires to the neutral (white) wire.
Connect the ground wire to a separate, properly
grounded ground-wire installed by a licensed electrician.
•
Make sure that all wire used is the correct gauge and
capable of handling the total connected loads and
meeting all codes.
The above right diagram shows how to wire the blower(s)
to the RNIVS control panel.
The lower right diagram shows how to hardwire the unit to
the home’s circuit breaker (main power source).
remote blower series: REMP or ILHSF
wiring terminal inside unit
GREEN
Not used
GREEN
Gnd
WHITE
N1
WHITE
BLACK
L1
BLACK
wires from in-line/remote
blower
wires connected to hood
wiring harness, do not remove
Control Panel Wire Diagram
To Circuit Breaker
or Fuse Box
To Hardwire the RNIVS to the Main Power Source:
1. Follow the illustration at right called Junction Box
Wire Diagram.
WHITE
WHITE
GREEN
GREEN
BLACK
BLACK
Junction Box
To RNIVS
Junction Box Wire Diagram
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Installation Instructions
Grounding to a Cold Water Pipe
WARNING
•
Do not ground the circuit to a gas line.
•
Do not ground the circuit to a hot water pipe.
•
Water lines that are insulated must be jumped to
assure continuity to ground. See below.
Meter
No. 4 copper
wire
To ground the RNIVS to a cold water pipe, refer to the
images on this page.
Clamps
Bare metal
Metal Cold Water Pipe
(detail)
To house circuit breaker
or fuse box
Wire nut,
3 places
Separate No. 10 (minimum)
copper ground wire
WHITE
WHITE
GREEN
GREEN
Fasten clamp tightly
on metal pipe
BLACK
BLACK
Junction box
UL/CSA approved
NEMA strain relief
To RNIVS
Grounding Using an External Cold Water Pipe
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Installation Instructions
Inserting Dimmable Light Bulbs
Size: PAR16, E26/27
75 Watt max., 60 Amp
Make sure dimmable bulbs are used. The electronic board
is designed for dimmable light bulbs and using non-dimmable types will cause damage and faulty performance.
Shut the main circuit breaker OFF while inserting new
bulbs or while changing bulbs. If an electrical short occurs
while the main power circuit is ON, significant damage can
occur.
1
Follow the diagram to the right.
1. Insert a bulb into one of the light sockets.
2
2. Attach the suction cup to the lens of a dimmable light
bulb. (Both are supplied parts.)
Make sure the bulbs are clean and dry so the suction cup will stick.
3. Screw it into place and remove the suction cup.
Inserting Light Bulbs with the
Suction Cup Tool
4. Repeat for the remaining light fixtures.
5. Switch the main circuit power ON.
Replacement Part
Number
Replacement Kit
Description
702666
Dimmable LED 7.5W
(1 bulb + 1 suction cup)
700975
Halogen Bulb 75W
(1 bulb + 1 suction cup)
TIP: Replace all bulbs when changing from LED to
Halogen because of the difference in light color.
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Installation Instructions
Verifying the Setup
BACK
FAN
knob
Control Panel
LIGHTS
knob
tens
ion c
lip
Verify the setup to ensure everything functions correctly:
1. Turn the power ON at the circuit panel or fuse box.
2. Assemble the filters if not already done so.
3. Insert the filters gently:
Be careful not to scratch the back of the grease channel!
•
Raise the front edge into the tension clip, and press
forward.
•
Lift the rear edge up and above the grease channel.
Use caution not to scratch the filter against the grease
channel or scratch other parts of the unit or filters.
•
Set the rear edge onto the grease channel.
Inserting Filters: Front Edge
FRONT
ol
ontr
C
el
Pan
4. Turn the LIGHTS knob. Twist the knob half-way around
for the lights to illuminate.
5. Turn the LIGHTS knob in the opposite direction to turn
the lights off.
Grease channel
6. Turn the FAN knob. The fan(s) will start at maximum
speed and decrease as you continue.
7. Turn the FAN knob in the opposite direction to turn the
fan(s) off.
Filter
Inserting Filters: Rear Edge
If the RNIVS Fails to Function Correctly:
Dacor Replacement Parts
1. Verify that power is supplied to the RNIVS via the outlet, circuit breaker, or another main power source.
Part Number
2. Make sure the electrical supply has not been disrupted
by a blown fuse or problems in the outlet or service.
702579
3. Check the electrical connections to ensure that the
wiring installation has been completed correctly.
702580
4. Repeat the above steps.
•
If the RNIVS still does not work, contact Dacor
Distinctive Service at (800) 793-0093 ex. 2822.
•
Do not attempt to repair the appliance yourself.
•
Dacor is not responsible for service required to correct
a faulty installation.
702666
700975
Description
Baffle Style Filter Kit
(1 Filter + Hardware)
Baffle Style Filter Kit
(2 Filters + Hardware)
Dimmable LED Bulb Kit
(1 Bulb + Suction Cup)
Halogen Bulb Kit
(1 Bulb + 1 Suction Cup)
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Installation Instructions
The Installation Checklist
WARNING
•
To ensure a safe and correct installation, the following checklist should be completed by the installer to
ensure that no part of the installation has been overlooked.
•
Proper installation is the responsibility of the homeowner. The importance of proper installation of your
Dacor range RNIVS cannot be overemphasized.
□□ Is the RNIVS properly attached to the canopy according to the instructions on pages 18?
□□ Is the ductwork completely installed? Are all joints
attached with sheet metal screws and wrapped with foil
tape? See page 13.
□□ Is the RNIVS wired and grounded according to these
instructions and in accordance with all applicable electric codes? See pages 12, 23 and 25.
□□ Has the setup been verified? See page 23.
□□ Have any problems been noted on the warranty card or
during the on-line warranty activation?
□□ Has the warranty been activated on-line or the warranty
card filled out completely and mailed?
The warranty card is located in the Use and Care booklet.
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Wire Diagrams
RNIVS1 & RNIVSR1
CONNECT TO
120V 60Hz 15A
POWER SUPPLY
G
W
WIRING DIAGRAM
HOOD
HOOD
LIGHT 75W LIGHT 75W
RNIVS1, RNIVSR1
B
RNIVSR1 DOES NOT
HAVE A FAN IN THE
UNIT; IT IS FOR A
REMOTE BLOWER ONLY
W
LAMP
DIMMER
B
LIGHT
B
LIGHT
B
FAN
B
FAN
FOR
CONNECTION
TO ARLC/ARSC
/ARSLC
FAN
SWITCH
B
G
W
FAN MOTOR
B
W
G
DISCONNECT POWER SUPPLY AT THE
FUSE BOX BEFORE SERVICING THIS EQUIPMENT.
FOR
CONNECTION
TO REMOTE
BLOWER P/N:
ILHSF -8/10 OR
REMP -3/16
DACOR P/N:
109392 REV A
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Wire Diagrams
RNIVS2 & RNIVSR2
CONNECT TO
120V 60Hz 15A
POWER SUPPLY
G
W
WIRING DIAGRAM
HOOD
HOOD
LIGHT 75W LIGHT 75W
RNIVS2, RNIVSR2
RNIVSR2 DOES NOT
HAVE A FAN IN THE
UNIT; IT IS FOR A
REMOTE BLOWER ONLY
B
W
LAMP
DIMMER
B
LIGHT
B
LIGHT
B
FAN
B
FAN
FOR
CONNECTION
TO ARLC/ARSC
/ARSLC
FAN
SWITCH
B
G
W
B
FAN MOTOR
B
W
G
CAUTION: DISCONNECT POWER SUPPLY AT THE
FUSE BOX BEFORE SERVICING THIS EQUIPMENT.
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G
W
FAN MOTOR
FOR
CONNECTION
TO REMOTE
BLOWER P/N:
ILHSF -8/10 OR
REMP -3/16
DACOR P/N:
109391 REV A
Dacor ● 14425 Clark Avenue, City of Industry, CA 91745 ● Phone: (800) 793-0093 ● Fax: (626) 403-3130 ● www.dacor.com
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