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Installation Instructions
Downdraft Raised Vent
Models: ERV36-ER, ERV48-ER
Use these downdraft raised vents only with approved Dacor ® appliances.
See the installation instructions for the particular appliance model being
installed to determine suitability.
Part No. 103106 Rev. F
Table of Contents
Important Safety Instructions........................................... 1
Important Information About Safety Instructions............... 1
Safety Symbols and Labels.............................................. 1
General Safety Precautions.............................................. 2
Product Specifications...................................................... 3
Product Dimensions.......................................................... 3
Installation Specifications................................................. 4
Electrical Specifications.................................................... 4
Planning the Installation . ................................................. 4
Planning the Duct Work.................................................... 6
Installation Instructions..................................................... 8
Installation Preparation..................................................... 8
Installation......................................................................... 8
Verifying Proper Operation.............................................. 12
Installation Checklist....................................................... 12
Wiring Diagram................................................................. 13
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 customer.
•
Customer: Keep these installation instructions for future reference and the local electrical inspector’s use.
Customer Service Information
If You Need Help...
Model Identification:
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 product data label on
the front of the unit.
ERV36-ER = 36-inch wide raised vent
ERV48-ER = 48-inch wide raised vent
Dacor Customer Service
Phone: (800) 793-0093 (U.S.A. and Canada)
Monday - Friday 6:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Pacific Time
Web site: www.Dacor.com
Dacor Distinctive Service (repairs under warranty only)
Phone: (877) 337-3226 (U.S.A. and Canada)
Monday — Friday 6:00 a.m to 4:00 p.m. Pacific Time
The product data label also specifies the power supply
requirements.
Tested in accordance with the latest edition of ANSI Z 21.1 standard for household gas
cooking appliances, ANSI/UL 858 household electrical ranges, CAN/CSA-C22.2 NO. 64 Standard for Household
Electric Cooking and Liquid Heating Appliances, and UL 507 electric fans.
All specifications subject to change without notice. Dacor assumes no liability for changes to specifications.
© 2007 Dacor, all rights reserved.
Important Safety Instructions
Safety Symbols and Labels
Important Information About
Safety Instructions
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•
DANGER
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.
Immediate hazards that WILL result in severe personal
injury or death.
Always contact the Dacor Customer Service Team
about problems and conditions that you don’t understand. See Customer Service Information on the facing page.
Hazards or unsafe practices that COULD result in severe
personal injury or death.
warning
caution
Hazards or unsafe practices that COULD result in minor
personal injury or property damage.
DANGER
IMPORTANT: 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 the
range. Do not store flammable or explosive materials in adjacent cabinets or areas.
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.”
READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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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:
Warning
•
Do not install or operate a damaged appliance. If you
receive a damaged appliance, contact your dealer or
builder.
•
For general ventilating use only. Do not use to
exhaust hazardous or explosive materials and
vapors.
•
Use this raised vent only for its intended purpose as
outlined in the use and care manual. This appliance
is not intended for commercial use.
•
The customer should not install, repair or replace
any part of this unit unless specifically recommended
in the literature accompanying it. A qualified service
technician should perform all other service. Contact
the Dacor Customer Service Team for examination,
repair or adjustment.
•
Keep all packaging materials away from children.
Plastic bags can cause suffocation.
•
For proper operation, this unit must be installed with
a remote or in-line blower. Use only one of the models specified. Only one blower shall be installed.
•
Install or locate this appliance only in accordance
with these installation instructions the Dacor range
installation instructions and the remote or in-line
blower installation instructions. Improper installation,
adjustment, alteration, service or maintenance can
cause serious personal injury or property damage.
•
Before installing or servicing the raised vent, disconnect the power plug from the electrical outlet.
•
The installer must show the customer the location
of the electrical outlet so that the customer knows
where and how to disconnect power.
•
Read the use and care manual completely before
operating this appliance.
•
Do not tamper with the controls.
•
Never allow the filters or vent openings to become
blocked or clogged. Do not allow foreign objects,
such as cigarettes or napkins, to be sucked into the
vent holes.
•
Clean the filters and all grease-laden surfaces often
to prevent grease fires and maintain performance.
Clean this appliance only as specified in the use and
care manual.
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warning
•
Do not leave children or pets alone or unattended in
the area around the range when it is in use. Never
allow children to sit or stand on an appliance. Do
not let children play with a range or the raised vent.
Do not store items of interest to children above or
around the range.
•
This appliance is equipped with a three prong
grounding plug for your protection against possible
electric shock hazards. It must be plugged into a
dedicated, grounded electrical outlet. Where a standard two-prong electrical outlet is encountered, it is
the personal responsibility and obligation of the customer to have it replaced with a dedicated, properly
grounded three prong electrical outlet. Do not under
any circumstances:
♦♦
Cut or remove the third (ground) prong from the
power cord.
♦♦
Use an adapter plug.
♦♦
Use an extension cord.
♦♦
Use a power cord that is frayed or damaged.
♦♦
Use of a ground fault interrupter (GFI) is not
recommended.
Grounding
type
electrical
outlet
Three prong
grounding plug
Product Specifications
Product Dimensions
5/16” (8 mm)
thick stiffener
across back
1/4"
(6 mm)
2 13/16"
(71 mm)
2 1/2"
(64 mm)
Top cap with
vent down
Model
Number
Top Cap
Width (A)
Chassis
Width (B)
ERV36-ER
36” (914 mm)
33 3/8” (848 mm)
ERV48-ER
48” (1219 mm)
43 3/8” (1102 mm)
Tolerances: ±1/16”, (±1.6 mm) unless otherwise stated
1 15/16"
(49 mm)
2 9/16"
(65 mm)
A
Vent shown
in raised
position
10"
(254 mm)
B
18 5/8”
(473 mm)
3 3/4"
(95 mm)
1"
(25 mm)
30"
30 ¼" (762 mm)
(768 mm)
to
37 ¼" *
(946 mm)
Product
data label
See page 6 for exhaust
locations and dimensions
6"
(152 mm)
Motor
cover
Front of unit
Adjustable
anchor legs
28" 3 prong
grounded
power cord
* Maximum height of
raised vent must not
exceed maximum specified counter height for
cooking appliance. See
installation instructions for
cooking appliance.
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Installation Specifications
warning
•
•
Observe all governing codes and ordinances during
planning and installation. Contact your local building
department for further information.
The electric outlet for the raised vent should be
installed only by a licensed electrician.
Planning the Installation
General System Layout
The vent system consists of the raised vent itself and a single Dacor approved remote or in-line blower (see page 6).
warning
Electrical Specifications
The raised vent is supplied with a 28” (711 mm) power
cord terminated by a three-prong plug. Plug it directly into a
dedicated, grounded, three prong, electrical outlet. Do not
use an extension cord.
The correct voltage, frequency and amperage must be supplied to the electrical outlet from a grounded, single phase
circuit that is protected by a properly sized circuit breaker
or time-delay fuse.
Electrical Supply Requirements
•
A three-prong electrical outlet connected to a 120
Vac, 60 Hz, 15 Amp. grounded, dedicated circuit is
required.
•
The customer must supply wiring/conduit with minimum current carrying capacity of 8 Amps. to supply
power to the remote or in-line blower from the raised
vent. See General System Layout and Planning
the Duct Work for further details.
•
The above specifications are for reference only. If the
power supply requirements shown above do not agree
with those listed on the product data label, use the
required voltage, frequency and amperage ratings on
the label.
•
It is the owner’s responsibility to ensure that electrical
outlet is installed by a licensed electrician. The electrical installation must comply with the latest revision of
the National Electric Code ANSI/NFPA 70* (latest revision) and local codes and ordinances.
•
•
Failure to install an approved remote or in-line blower
or proper duct work will result in a back draft and/or
the insufficient venting of smoke and fumes.
•
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.
•
Do not store combustible materials or items adversely
affected by heat in cabinet areas above the appliance.
•
Follow the instructions and diagrams for minimum
safe clearances and installation location in these
instructions, the appliance installation instructions and
the remote or in-line blower installation instructions.
Failure to do so may result in a fire or safety hazard.
Wire the remote or in-line blower to turn on when the
raised vent is turned on by running wiring/conduit parallel to the duct work and connecting it to the raised vent
on one end and the blower on the other. There are 7/8”
access holes in the bottom and side of the raised vent
for connecting the conduit/strain relief.
Blower wiring
access hole in
side
Front of unit
*A copy of this standard may be obtained from:
National Fire Protection Association
1 Batterymarch Park
Quincy, Massachusetts 02269-9101
•
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Locate the electrical outlet in an accessible location,
so that the power plug can be disconnected for service
without removing the raised vent or the range from the
cabinet.
Blower wiring access
hole in bottom
Electrical Access Hole Locations for Blower
Connection
Installation Specifications
•
•
The raised vent exhaust may be configured to vent
through the back, the bottom or through one of the
sides. The maximum allowable duct run must be taken
into consideration when determining the layout. See
Planning the Duct Work for further details.
Backsplash
Refer to the range installation instructions for the minimum cutout dimensions specific to the particular range
and ERV model being installed.
Vertical
non-combustible
surface rear wall
•
Install the raised vent and range so that they can be
removed if service is required.
•
The raised vent is equipped with adjustable anchor
legs to accommodate various cabinet heights.
•
Plan the installation so that all minimum dimensions
are met or exceeded. All contact surfaces between the
raised vent and any cabinets or walls must be solid and
at right angles.
•
Allow room for the exhaust duct coming out of the unit.
See Planning the Duct Work for further details.
Notch
Countertop
Overhang
See the range installation
instructions for exact countertop
and cabinet dimensions
All tolerances: +1/16”, -0, (1.6 mm,0) unless otherwise stated
REMP series
remote blower
3 1/4” X 10” to
round transition
and 45°
adjustable elbow
Wall board
Cabinet back
Duct work between
raised vent and
remote blower
Backsplash
Outside wall
Raised vent
Range
Raised vent
configured for
bottom exhaust
Raised vent
3 1/4” X 10” to
round transition
Raised vent
configured for
rear exhaust
Range
Wiring/conduit
from raised vent
to remote blower
Floor
Example of Layout with Rear Exhaust
Duct work
Wiring/conduit
from raised vent
to in-line blower
Wall cap on
outside wall
Floor
Duct work
ILHSF series
in-line blower
Example of Layout with Bottom Exhaust
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Installation Specifications
Planning the Duct Work
warning
•
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.
•
Tape all duct joints securely to prevent combustion by-products, smoke or odors from entering the home. Doing so
will also improve system efficiency.
•
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, USE ONLY METAL DUCT WORK.
•
DO NOT install more than one 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 raised vent.
You must install one of the Dacor remote or in-line blower
models listed below for the raised vent to operate properly.
See the blower installation instructions for directions. Only
one blower shall be installed.
•
When connecting the duct work to the back of the unit,
the customer must supply a 3 ¼” X 10” rectangular
transition to make the connection.
•
For side and bottom exhaust connections, use the supplied ATD2 transition to connect the duct work to the
unit. It transitions between the 1 5/8” X 16” exhaust
outlet on the unit and a 3 ¼” X 10” rectangular duct
connection. On bottom exhaust installations cut a hole
in the floor to allow the transition and/or duct work to
pass through the floor (see page 8).
ADT2 Transition
APPROVED DACOR BLOWERS FOR USE WITH
MODEL ERV36-ER AND ERV48-ER RAISED VENTS
Model
Number
Rating*
REMP3
REMP16
ILHSF8
ILHSF10
600 CFM 1000 CFM 600 CFM 1100 CFM
* Nominal rating at zero inches static pressure. See blower
installation instructions for actual ratings.
The ERV raised vent can be configured to exhaust through
the back, the bottom or either side by removing the
appropriate exhaust knock out shown below.
5"
(127 mm)
2” X 16”, connects to
side or bottom exhaust
on raised vent
6 1/4"


Front of unit


1"
(25 mm)
26" (660 mm)
1 1/8"
(29 mm)
CL (159 mm)
Motor
cover
CL
3 1/4” X 10” to duct work
•
All duct work materials (including screws and duct tape)
must be purchased separately by the customer.
•
When planning new duct work, always look for the
shortest, most direct route to the outside. See page 5
for examples.
•
You can increase the duct size over the duct run if
desired. To prevent a back draft, never decrease the
duct size over the run.
•
Do not rely on duct tape alone to seal duct joints.
Fasten all connections with sheet metal screws and
tape all joints with certified silver tape or duct tape.



3”


CL
 Rear Exhaust Knock Out (3 1/4” X 10”)
 Vertical center line of rear exhaust knock out lines up with vertical
center line of chassis
 Bottom Exhaust Knock Out (1 5/8” X 16”)
 On 46” and 48” wide models, the vertical center line of bottom knock- •
out lines up with vertical center line of chassis
 On 30” and 36” wide models, the vertical center line of bottom knockout is offset 3”
 Side Exhaust Knock Outs (1 5/8” X 16”)
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•
Use sheet metal screws as required to support the duct
weight.
To prevent back-drafts, a damper at the duct outlet may
also be required.
Installation Specifications
•
On side exhaust installations, allow five inches of space
on the side for the ADT2 exhaust transition plus additional space for the duct attached to it (X).
•
Make sure duct work does not interfere with floor joists
or wall studs.
•
With concrete slab construction, “box-in” the duct work
and blower wiring to prevent collapsing or other damage when the wet concrete is poured.
•
Cross-drafts or air currents from adjacent open windows or doors, heating/air conditioning outlets, ceiling
fans and recessed ceiling lights reduce vent efficiency.
Duct Work Design Tips
•
Wherever possible, reduce the number of transitions
and turns to as few sharp angles as possible. Two
staggered 45° angles are better than one 90°. Keep
turns as far away from the hood exhaust as possible,
with as much space between each bend as possible.
•
For best performance, use round duct instead of rectangular when possible, especially when elbows are
required.
•
If multiple elbows are used, try to keep a minimum of
24” of straight duct between them. Avoid “S” or “back to
back” configurations of adjacent elbows.
•
Do not use flexible metal duct.
Calculating the Maximum Duct Run Length
•
•
•
X
ATD2
For example, for a raised vent system using 3 1/4” X
10” rectangular duct, two (2) 3 1/4” X 10” 90° elbows, a
3 1/4” X 10” rectangular to 10” round transition, and a
REMP16 remote blower:
• From the Blower Maximum Duct Straight Length
table, the maximum length without transitions and
elbows is 60 feet.
• The equivalent length of each 90° elbow is 15 feet.
• The equivalent length of 45° elbow is 2 feet.
• The equivalent length of the transition is 4 feet.
• The total equivalent length of the above components is:
15 feet + 15 feet + 4 feet + 2 feet = 36 feet.
• The maximum amount of straight duct that can be used
with a REMP16 and the above components is: 60 feet 34 feet = 24 feet.
Equivalent Number of Feet Duct Elbows and Transitions
Do not use duct work that is smaller in cross-sectional
area than the required duct sizes in the table to the
right.
45° elbow
8 Inch
3 feet
3 ¼” X 10
45° elbow
7 feet
45° elbow
10 Inch
2 feet
3 ¼” X 10
90° elbow
15 feet
90° elbow
8 Inch
7 feet
3 ¼” X 10
90° flat elbow
20 feet
90° elbow
10 Inch”
5 feet
3 ¼” X 10
to 8” round
transition
4 feet
90° 3 ¼” X 10
to 8” round
transition
25 feet
3 ¼” X 10
to 10” round
transition
4 feet
Roof cap
*
Wall cap
*
For best performance, keep the duct run as short as
possible and never exceed the maximums stated at the
right.
The maximum straight duct length for the raised vent
system depends on the model of remote or in-line
blower used with the vent system and the number of
elbows and transitions used. The Equivalent Number
of Feet for each elbow and transition (see table) must
be subtracted from the maximum straight length to
compensate for wind resistance. To determine the
maximum allowable length of the duct work, subtract all
of the equivalent lengths of the elbows and transitions
listed at the right from the Blower Maximum Duct
Straight Length.
5”
* The equivalent lengths of roof and wall caps vary with
model and configuration. For equivalent length, contact the
manufacturer or a qualified HVAC specialist.
Blower Maximum Duct Straight Length
Duct Size
Used
REMP3 Remote Blower
REMP16 Remote Blower
ILHSF8 In-line Blower
ILHSF10 In-line Blower
8 Inch
50 feet (15.2 meters)
60 feet (18.3 meters)
50 feet (15.2 meters)
60 feet (18.3 meters)
10 Inch
40 feet (12.2 meters)
70 feet (21.3 meters)
40 feet (12.2 meters)
70 feet (21.3 meters)
3 ¼” X 10”
40 feet (12.2 meters)
60 feet (18.3 meters)
40 feet (12.2 meters)
60 feet (18.3 meters)
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Installation Instructions
Installation Preparation
2. Cut and remove the foil material inside the knock-out
hole. If you fail to remove the foil, the vent will not work.
Verify Package Contents
3. If the unit will vent through the bottom or side:
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•
•
•
•
•
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Product literature
Anchoring legs
2 wood screws, #14 x 2 1/2 (PN 83047)
3 wire nuts
ADT2 duct transition
2 sheet metal screws, #10 x 1/2 (PN 83022)
2 keps nuts, 1/4-20 (PN 83049)
2 flat washers, 1/4-20 (PN 83203)
Insulation foam
•
Attach the supplied ATD2 transition to exhaust
location with the provided sheet metal screws.
ADT2 side
installation
Installation
warning
•
If the electrical service (electrical outlet) does not
meet the Electrical Specifications on page 4, do not
proceed with the installation. Call a licensed electrician and have an electrical outlet installed that meets
the specifications.
•
Install the vent only in a vertical orientation. Do not
mount the vent on a slant or angle.
NOTE: The ERV series raised vent installs in the back of
the cutout, separate from the range. Install the raised vent
before pushing the range into place.
ADT2 bottom
installation
ADT2 Transition Installation
•
Installing the Raised Vent
1. Remove the appropriate side, back or bottom exhaust
knockout, depending on the desired exhaust configuration, from the raised vent chassis by cutting the metal
cross overs and removing the insert.
Bottom
knock-out
Vent Knock-out Locations
8
Cut hole in floor to allow
duct to pass through on
bottom venting installations
Side
knock-out
Rear knock-out with
metal cross overs
shown
For bottom installations cut a hole in the cabinet
floor to allow the exhaust transition and/or the duct
to pass through the floor.
Top of vent resting
on countertop
Back of unit
Side
knock-out
Attach sealing
foam
Floor
4. If the unit will exhaust air from the back, attach a
3 1/4” X 10 duct to the vent hole created by removing
the knock-out on the back of the unit.
Installation Instructions
5. Gently slide the vent into the rear of the countertop cutout with the electrical access panel toward the front.
Installing the Blower and Ducts
1. Install the remote or in-line blower according to the
blower installation instructions.
Top of vent resting
on countertop
Anchor leg
Put nuts/
washers on
studs
2. Install the duct work according to the Installation
Specifications. Use sheet metal screws and duct tape
to connect and seal all of the pieces. Support the duct
weight as necessary to ensure sealed joints.
REMP16
remote blower
Front of
raised vent
Electrical access
panel
3 1/4” X 10”
to 10” round
transition and 45°
adjustable elbow
Floor
Wall board
6. Loosely attach the anchoring legs to the studs on the
left and right sides of the raised vent using the provided
keps nuts and washers.
Backsplash
7. Adjust the anchoring leg height so that the end caps
are gently resting on the counter, then tighten the hex
nuts.
8. Secure the anchoring legs to the cabinet floor with the
provided wood screws.
ERV
Range
Duct work between
ERV and remote
blower
ERV configured
for rear exhaust
Floor
Wiring/conduit that supplies power
from ERV to remote blower (see
Electrical Installation, page 10)
Example of Installation with Rear Exhaust
(Side View)
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Installation Instructions
1. Run the wiring/conduit line used to supply power from
the raised vent to the blower parallel to the duct work.
Electrical Installation
warning
•
ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD - Do not connect the
raised vent power plug to the electrical outlet until
installation is complete.
•
Failure to complete electrical connections properly
may result in an electric shock hazard or a damaged
or non-functional system. Follow the wiring diagrams
carefully to ensure a proper installation. Do not
change the factory wired terminal connections inside
the electrical access panel for the raised vent or the
blower.
•
2. Make sure the raised vent power plug is disconnected
from the electrical outlet.
3. Remove the cover from the raised vent electrical
access panel.
4. Connect the wiring/conduit to the blower according to
the wiring diagrams on this page, the facing page and
local codes and ordinances. Make sure all terminal
connections, including the factory wired connections,
are tight.
5. Replace the electrical access panel.
To avoid an electric shock hazard and to prevent
damage route all wiring away from hot surfaces.
Wires to power plug.
Pre-wired at factory.
Do not modify.
Match wire colors to
terminals as shown.
BLACK
Ground
Electrical access
panel
Power
Input
Blower
Output
WHITE
GREEN
Attach ground wire
as shown
ERV Raised Vent
Front View
10
To power wires/conduit.
Connect other end of
wires to blower terminal
block.
ERV Electrical
Access Panel
Installation Instructions
REMP series
remote blower
Connect wires/conduit
according to remote blower
installation instructions
Raised vent
Range
See ERV electrical
access panel on
facing page
Floor
Wiring/conduit from ERV
to remote blower
Example of Installation with Bottom Exhaust
(Side View)
Range Installation
Install the range according to the range installation instructions.
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Installation Instructions
Verifying Proper Operation
warning
•
Read the raised vent use and care manual completely before operation.
•
Install all of the front filters prior to operating the
raised vent. Refer to the use and care manual for filter installation instructions.
caution
To prevent damage to the raised vent power cord, route it
away from the surfaces of the range before connecting it.
1. Make sure the power switch on the top of the raised
vent is in the up position.
2. Plug the raised vent power plug into the electrical outlet.
3. Press the power switch once to raise the vent to its
operating position.
4. Once in the up position the vent should begin to draw
air. Turn the variable speed control switch in both directions to verify that the system is operating correctly.
5. Press the top cap up/down switch once to lower the
vent.
6. Make sure that the top cap on the raised vent intake
does not catch on the back edge of the cooktop or
range when the intake is lowered. If interference
occurs, adjust the position of the cooktop or range.
Failure to eliminate any interference may result in permanent damage to the vent.
If the raised vent is not operational after installation:
•
Make sure that power is being supplied to the raised
vent.
•
Make sure that power is being supplied to the blower
from the raised vent.
•
See the Before You Call for Service section of the
use and care manual.
•
If the vent will not raise properly or makes a scraping
sound check for obstructions interfering with the raising
of the unit.
If the raised vent still does not function proper installation
and after performing the above checks, do not attempt to
repair it. Contact Dacor Distinctive Service at (877) 3373226. Be sure to have the model and serial numbers available when you call. See the label on the front of the raised
vent.
Dacor is not responsible for the cost of correcting problems
resulting from a faulty installation.
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Installation Checklist
□□ Are the anchor legs extended down to make contact
with the floor and tightened into place? Are the anchor
legs fastened to the floor? Is the unit level?
□□ Is the duct work completely installed? Are all joints
attached with sheet metal screws and wrapped with
duct tape?
□□ Are both ends of the remote or in-line blower power
cable connected (to the raised vent and to the blower
itself?)
□□ Are the vent filters installed according to these instructions?
□□ Is the power cord routed away from the hot surfaces of
the range.
□□ Is the unit connected to an electrical outlet that meets
the electrical specifications in these instructions?
□□ Has proper operation been verified?
□□ Has the warranty been activated on-line or the warranty
card been filled out completely and mailed?
Wiring Diagram
LOWER
LIMIT SWITCH
UPPER
LIMIT SWITCH
SNORKEL SWITCH
COM
COM
COM NO NC
RED
BLK
BLUE
NC NO
NO NC
CHASSIS
GROUND
STUD
RED
WHT
RED
WHT
BLUE
REMOTE POT
RELAY
N
SPEED CONTROL
BLK
ORNG
L
ORNG
COM
RED
NO
L2
N2
BLOWER
OUTPUT
L1
N1 GND GND
POWER
INPUT
GROUND
BLK
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