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Kobe CH3830SQBD1 Manual PDF
KOBE Brand Range Hood
Model No.
CH3830SQB-1 (30”) / CH3836SQB-1 (36”)
CH3830SQBD-1 (30”) / CH3836SQBD-1 (36”)
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
AND OPERATION MANUAL
IMPORTANT
READ THIS FIRST
READ BEFORE INSTALLATION
1. Carefully check all contents of packages;
2. Thoroughly inspect the unit for any cosmetic damages or
defects;
3. Test the unit before installation;
4. Have a certified contractor/electrician do the installation.
IF THERE IS ANY PROBLEM:
1. DO NOT INSTALL THE UNIT AND KEEP ALL ORIGINAL
PACKAGING MATERIAL.
2. Have your original invoice as proof of purchase and
product serial number ready.
3. Call 1-877-BUY-KOBE (289-5623); or e-mail to
info@koberangehoods.com to report the problem.
NO RETURN, NO REFUND, NO EXCHANGE IF:
1. PRODUCT HAS BEEN INSTALLED
2. KNOCK-OUT HOLES HAVE BEEN PUNCTURED
3. MISSING ORIGINAL PACKAGING MATERIAL AND/OR
PARTS
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CONTENTS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS .................................................................................... 1
COMPONENTS OF PACKAGE.................................................................................................. 3
INSTALLATION .......................................................................................................................... 5
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS..................................................................................................16
MAINTENANCE ........................................................................................................................21
SPECIFICATIONS ....................................................................................................................22
MEASUREMENTS & DIAGRAMS.............................................................................................24
PARTS LIST..............................................................................................................................27
CIRCUIT DIAGRAM ..................................................................................................................31
TROUBLE SHOOTING .............................................................................................................32
WARRANTY .............................................................................................................................34
PRODUCT REGISTRATION ....................................................... Error! Bookmark not defined.
- READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE STARTING ALL WIRING MUST BE DONE BY A PROFESSIONAL AND IN
ACCORDANCE WITH NATIONAL AND LOCAL ELECTRICAL CODES
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
- PLEASE READ THIS SECTION CAREFULLY BEFORE INSTALLATION -
WARNING:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK OR PERSONAL
INJURY, OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING:
1) Installation and electrical wiring must be done by qualified professionals and in accordance with all
applicable codes and standards, including fire-rated construction.
2) When cutting or drilling into wall or ceiling, be careful not to damage electrical wiring or other hidden
utilities.
3) Ducted fans must be vented to the outside.
a) Before servicing or cleaning unit, open the light panel and SWITCH POWER OFF AT SERVICE
PANEL.
b) Clean all grease laden surfaces frequently. To reduce the risk of fire and to disperse air
properly, make sure to vent air outside. DO NOT vent exhaust air into wall spaces, attics, crawl
spaces or garages.
NOTE
-
This warranty is void without an authorized agent’s receipt or if unit is
damaged due to misuse, poor installation, improper use, mistreatment,
negligence or any other circumstances beyond the control of KOBE
RANGE HOODS authorized agents. Any repair carried out without the
supervision of KOBE RANGE HOODS authorized agents will
automatically void the warranty.
-
KOBE RANGE HOODS will not be held responsible for any damages to
personal property or real estate or any bodily injuries whether caused
directly or indirectly by the range hood.
WARNING:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF PERSONAL INJURY IN THE EVENT OF A RANGE
TOP GREASE FIRE:
1. Keep all fan, baffle/spacer/filter/oil tunnel/oil container and grease-laden surfaces clean. Grease
should not be allowed to accumulate on fan, baffle/spacer/filter/oil tunnel/oil container.
2. Always turn hood ON when cooking.
3. Use high settings on cooking range ONLY when necessary.
4. Do not leave cooking range unattended when cooking.
5. Always use cookware and utensils appropriate for the type and amount of food prepared.
6. Use this unit only in the manner intended by the manufacturer.
7. Before servicing, switch power off at service panel and lock service panel (if possible) to prevent
power from switching on accidentally.
8. Clean ventilating fan frequently.
1
What to Do In The Event Of a Range Top Grease Fire
•
•
•
•
SMOTHER FLAMES with a tight fitting lid, cookie sheet, or metal tray, and then turn off the burner.
KEEP FLAMMABLE OR COMBUSTIBLE MATERIAL AWAY FROM FLAMES. If the flames do not
go out immediately, EVACUATE THE AREA AND CALL THE FIRE DEPARTMENT or 911.
NEVER PICK UP A BURNING PAN – You May Get Burned.
DO NOT USE WATER, including wet dishcloths or towels – a steam blast will result.
Use an extinguisher ONLY if:
a) You have a Class A, B, C extinguisher and know how to operate it.
b) The fire is small and contained in the area where it started.
c) The fire department has been called.
d) You can fight the fire with your back to an exit.
What to Do If You Smell Gas
-
Extinguish any open flame.
Do not try to turn on the lights or any type of appliance.
Open all doors and windows to disperse the gas. If you still smell gas, call the Gas Company and
Fire Department right away.
CAUTION
1) For general ventilation use only. Do not use to exhaust hazardous or explosive materials and
vapors.
2) To reduce the risk of fire, use only metal ductwork. Sufficient air is needed for proper combustion
and exhausting of gases through the flue (chimney) to prevent back drafting.
3) 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 code authorities.
4) Activating any switch on may cause ignition or an explosion.
5) Due to the size and weight of this hood, installation by 2 persons is recommended.
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD – Can result in serious injury or death.
Disconnect appliance from electric power before servicing. If equipped,
the fluorescent light bulb contains small amounts of mercury, which
must be recycled or disposed of according to Local, State, and Federal
Codes.
2
COMPONENTS OF PACKAGE
(Must keep all material for returns or refunds)
For Vented Models only:
MODEL NO.:
CH3830SQB-1 (30”)
CH3836SQB-1 (36”)
Range Hood Box
Duct Cover Box (Sold Separately)
{A} KOBE Range Hood
{B} Warranty Registration Card
{C} Instructions Manual (CD)
{D} 3-1/4” x 10” Exhaust
{E} Top Vent Cover
{F} 6” Round Plastic Collar
{G} Baffle Filters x 2 (30” hood)
x 3 (36” hood)
{H} Stainless Steel Spacer x 2 (30” hood)
{I}
{J}
{K}
{L}
{M}
Adjustable Duct Cover
Screws Package
Hood-Mounting Bracket
Duct Cover Support x 2
Duct Cover-Mounting Bracket
{I}
{A}
{B}
{C}
{J}
{D}
{K}
{E}
3/16” x 3/8” (6 PCS)
{L}
{F}
4 x 6mm (4 PCS)
{G}
{M}
{H}
* Pre-installed

2 PCS
* Pre-installed
FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE VISIT OUR W EBS ITE www.KOBERangeHoods.com OR
CONTACT KOBE RANGE HOODS AT (626) 775-8880.
3
(Must keep all material for returns or refunds)
For Ductless Models only:
MODEL NO.:
CH3830SQBD-1 (30”)
CH3836SQBD-1 (36”)
Range Hood Box
Duct Cover Box (Sold Separately)
{A} KOBE Range Hood
{B} Warranty Registration Card
{C} Instructions Manual (CD)
{D} Baffle Filters x 2 (30” hood)
x 3 (36” hood)
{E} Stainless Steel Spacer x 2 (30” hood)
{F} Charcoal Filter set x 2
{G}
{H}
{I}
{J}
{K}
Adjustable Duct Cover
Screws Package
Hood-Mounting Bracket
Duct Cover Support x 2
Duct Cover-Mounting Bracket
{G}
{A}
{B}
{C}
{H}
{D}
{I}
{E}
3/16” x 3/8” (6 PCS)
{J}
* Pre-installed
* Pre-installed
4 x 6mm (4 PCS)
2 PCS
{F}
{K}

FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE VISIT OUR W EBS ITE www.KOBERangeHoods.com OR
CONTACT KOBE RANGE HOODS AT (626) 775-8880.
4
INSTALLATION
PLEASE READ ENTIRE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE PROCEEDING
Calculation before Installation
To calculate installation, please refer to TABLE 1 and TABLE 2. (All calculation in inches.)
- FOR UNDER THE CABINET TABLE 1
A = Height of Floor to Ceiling
B = Height of Floor to Counter Top
(Standard: 36")
C = Preferred Height of Counter Top
to Hood Bottom (Minimum
26" to 30")
D = Height of Hood
E = Height of the Cabinet
- FOR WALL MOUNT (WITH OPTIONAL DUCT COVER) TABLE 2
A = Height of Floor to Ceiling
B = Height of Floor to Counter Top
(Standard: 36")
C = Preferred Height of Counter Top
to Hood Bottom (Minimum
26" to 30")
D = Height of Hood
E = Height of Duct Cover [F – D]
F = Height of the Hood Installation
[A – (B+C)]
5
SAFETY WARNING
HOOD MAY HAVE VERY SHARP EDGES; PLEASE WEAR PROTECTIVE GLOVES IF
REMOVING ANY PARTS FOR INSTALLING, CLEANING OR SERVICING.
NOTE: BE CAREFUL WHEN USING ELECTRICAL SCREWDRIVER, DAMAGE TO THE HOOD
MAY OCCUR.
Installation Contents
For Vented Models only:
MODEL NO.:
CH3830SQB-1 (30”)
CH3836SQB-1 (36”)
UNDER THE CABINET
WALL MOUNT
7
10
For Ductless Models only:
MODEL NO.:
CH3830SQBD-1 (30”)
CH3836SQBD-1 (36”)
UNDER THE CABINET
WALL MOUNT
14
16
6
UNDER CABINET INSTALLATION
For Vented Models only:
MODEL NO.:
CH3830SQB-1 (30”)
CH3836SQB-1 (36”)
Figure 1
Preparation before Installation
NOTE:
-
-
TO AVOID DAMAGE TO YOUR HOOD,
PREVENT DEBRIS FROM ENTERING THE
VENT OPENING.
Decide the location of the venting pipe from the
hood to the outside. (Figure 1)
A straight, short vent run will allow the hood to
perform more efficiently.
Try to avoid as many transitions, elbows, and long
run as possible.
This may reduce the
performance of the hood.
Temporarily wire the hood to test for proper
operation before installing. If the hood does not
operate, check the circuit breaker or house
fuse. If the hood is still not working,
disconnect power supply and check the
continuity of all wire connections.
Peel protective film off the hood (if any).
Use duct tape to seal joints between pipe sections.
For installing under the cabinet with recessed
bottom, attach 4-inch wide wood filler strips (not
included) on each side. (Figure 2)
Using reference on Page 24 to measure and
create access opening for electrical wires and
exhaust under the cabinet.
Figure 2
Figure 3
Vent option installation
CAUTION: USE HAND TOOLS ONLY. DO NOT
OVER TIGHTEN SCREWS. IT MAY CAUSE DAMAGE TO
THE HOOD.
1. Choose the require vent option. Some installation
screws are already pre-attached to hood.
2. For 6” Round vent installation only:
- The 6” exhaust is already attached. (Figure 3)
Align and secure the 6” Round Plastic Collar {F}
to two screws on hood.
3. For Top 3-1/4” x 10” vent installation only:
- Remove attached 6” exhaust and discard.
(Figure 3) Keep 13 screws to install 3-14” x 10”
exhaust & vent cover.
- Align and secure Top Vent Cover {E} and 3-1/4”
x 10” Exhaust {D} using 14 screws (13 screws
taken from 6” exhaust. (Figure 4)
7
Figure 4
4. For Rear 3-1/4” x 10” vent installation only:
- Remove attached 6” exhaust and discard.
(Figure 3) Keep 13 screws to install vent covers.
- Remove duct knockout from back of the hood
and discard. (Figure 5) Unscrew 3-1/4” x 10”
Vent Cover from rear exhaust (located inside
hood); keep screws to install 3-1/4” x 10”
exhaust.
- Align and secure Top Vent Cover {E} and 3-1/4”
x 10” Vent Cover (removed from rear exhaust)
using 14 screws (13 screws taken from 6”
exhaust. (Figure 5)
- Attach the 3-1/4” x 10” Exhaust {D} to rear
exhaust (located inside hood) using 10 screws
taken from rear vent cover. (Figure 6)
Hood Installation
CAUTION: If moving the cooking range is
necessary to install the hood, turn off the power in
an electric range at the main electrical box. SHUT
OFF THE GAS BEFORE MOVING A GAS RANGE.
And use a protective covering to protect cooktop
and/or countertop from damage.
5. Remove
the
bottom
casing
or
baffle
filters/stainless steel spacers if necessary; arrange
the electrical wires to run through the 1” diameter
hole on the top or the rear of the hood.
6. Using references on Table 1 and measurements
on page 24, center the hood in place beneath the
cabinet and flush with the front of the cabinet.
7. Draw electrical wires through cabinet access
opening.
8. Use electrical drill to remove the knockout holes
on top of the range hood.
9. Place screw (not provided) into the exact center of
each knockout hole. Make sure all screws are in
place before tightening screws.
CAUTION: MAKE SURE THE HOOD IS
SECURE BEFORE RELEASING.
8
Figure 5
Figure 6
Figure 7
Wiring to Power Supply
CAUTION: If moving the cooking range is
necessary to install the hood, turn off the power in
an electric range at the main electrical box. SHUT
OFF THE GAS BEFORE MOVING A GAS RANGE.
RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK.
THIS RANGE HOOD MUST BE PROPERLY
GROUNDED. MAKE SURE THIS IS DONE BY
QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN IN ACCORDANCE WITH
ALL APPLICABLE NATIONAL AND LOCAL
ELECTRICAL CODES.
BEFORE CONNECTING
WIRES, SWITCH POWER OFF AT SERVICE PANEL
AND LOCK SERVICE PANEL TO PREVENT POWER
FROM BEING SWITCHED ON ACCIDENTALLY.
- If hood is operating normally, connect three
wires (black, white and green) to house wires
and cap with wire connectors.
- Store wires in the wiring box.
Ductwork Installation
10. Use steel pipe to connect the exhaust on the hood
to the ductwork. Use duct tape to make all joints
secure and air tight.
Install Accessories
11. Place baffle filters & spacers underneath the hood.
(Figure 7)
Final Installation
12. Turn power ON in control panel. Check all lights
and fan operation.
13. Make sure to leave this manual for the
homeowner.
9
WALL MOUNT INSTALLATION
***This installation requires purchase of duct cover Model No. CH1120DC-1.
For Vented Models only:
MODEL NO.:
CH3830SQB-1 (30”)
CH3836SQB-1 (36”)
Figure 8
Preparation before Installation
NOTE:
TO AVOID DAMAGE TO YOUR HOOD,
PREVENT DEBRIS FROM ENTERING
THE VENT OPENING.
- Decide the location of the venting pipe from
the hood to the outside. Refer to Figure 8.
- A straight, short venting run will allow the hood
to perform more efficiently.
- Try to avoid as many transitions, elbows, and
long run as possible. This may reduce the
performance of the hood.
- Temporarily wire the hood to test for proper
operation before installing. If the hood does
not operate, check the circuit breaker or
house fuse. If the hood is still not working,
disconnect power supply and check the
continuity of all wire connections.
- Peel protective film off the hood (if any).
- Use duct tape to seal the joints between pipe
sections.
- If necessary, prepare back wall frame with
cross framing lumber for secure installation.
Using
references
on
Table
2
and
measurements on page 24-26, decide the level
of the lumber. Refer to Figure 9.
Vent option installation
Figure 9
Figure 10
CAUTION: USE HAND TOOLS ONLY. DO
NOT OVER TIGHTEN SCREWS. IT MAY CAUSE
DAMAGE TO THE HOOD.
1. Choose the require vent option.
Some
installation screws are already pre-attached to
hood. Refer to Figure 16. Please use Screws
Package {J} with pre-attached screws for wall
mount installation.
2. For 6” Round vent installation only:
- The 6” exhaust is already attached. (Figure
10) Align and secure the 6” Round Plastic
Collar {F} to two screws on hood. Follow
instructions in Step 5 to attach Hood
Mounting Bracket {K} and two Duct Cover
Support {L} (Figure 14)
3. For Top 3-1/4” x 10” vent installation only:
- Remove attached 6” exhaust and discard.
(Figure 10) Keep 13 screws to install 3-14” x
10” exhaust & vent cover.
10
Figure 11
- Align Top Vent Cover {E} and 3-1/4” x 10”
Exhaust {D}. (Figure 11) Skip to Step 5 to
attach Hood Mounting Bracket {K} and two
Duct Cover Support {L} using 14 screws (13
screws taken from 6” exhaust. (Figure 14)
4. For Rear 3-1/4” x 10” vent installation only:
- Remove attached 6” exhaust and discard.
(Figure 10) Keep 13 screws to install vent
covers.
- Remove duct knockout from back of the
hood and discard. (Figure 12) Unscrew 31/4” x 10” Vent Cover from rear exhaust
(located inside hood); keep screws to
install 3-1/4” x 10” Exhaust.
- Align Top Vent Cover {E} and 3-1/4” x 10”
Vent Cover (removed from rear exhaust)
using 14 screws (13 screws taken from 6”
exhaust). (Figure 12) Follow instructions in
Step 5 to attach Hood Mounting Bracket
{K} and two Duct Cover Support {L} using
14 screws (13 screws taken from 6”
exhaust). (Figure 14)
- Attach the 3-1/4” x 10” Exhaust {D} to rear
exhaust (located inside hood) using 10
screws taken from rear vent cover. (Figure
13)
Hood Installation
CAUTION: If moving the cooking range is
Figure 12
Figure 13
Figure 14
necessary to install the hood, turn off the
power in an electric range at the
main
electrical
box. SHUT
OFF
THE
GAS
BEFORE MOVING A GAS RANGE. And use a
protective covering to protect cooktop and/or
countertop from damage.
5. Secure Hood-Mounting Bracket {K} and two
Duct Cover Support {L} on top of the hood with
eight pre-attached screws. Use four 3/16” x
3/8” screws {J} for Hood-Mounting Bracket {K}.
(Figure 14)
6. Using
references
on
Table
2
and
measurements on page 24-26, mark the
leveling point of the hood.
Position two
mounting screws (not provided) on the wall,
leaving 1/8” away from the wall as shown in
Figure 15.
7. Align Hood-Mounting Bracket {K} to the two
screws on the wall and hook hood into place.
Tighten screws to secure hood to the wall.
CAUTION: MAKE SURE
SECURE BEFORE RELEASING
HOOD
IS
11
Figure 15
Mounting Screws
Figure 16
Wiring to Power Supply
CAUTION: If moving the cooking range is
necessary to install the hood, turn off the
power in an electric range at the main
electrical box. SHUT OFF THE GAS BEFORE
MOVING
A
GAS
RANGE.
RISK
OF
ELECTRICAL SHOCK.
THIS RANGE HOOD MUST BE PROPERLY
GROUNDED. MAKE SURE THIS IS DONE BY
QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN IN ACCORDANCE
WITH ALL APPLICABLE NATIONAL AND
LOCAL ELECTRICAL CODES.
BEFORE
CONNECTING WIRES, SWITCH POWER OFF
AT SERVICE PANEL AND LOCK SERVICE
PANEL TO PREVENT POWER FROM BEING
SWITCHED ON ACCIDENTALLY.
8. If hood is operating normally, connect three
wires (black, white and green) to house wires
and cap with wire connectors.
9. Store wires in the wiring box.
Ductwork Installation
10. Use steel pipe to connect the exhaust on the
hood to the ductwork. Use duct tape to make
all joints secure and air tight.
Duct Cover Installation
11. Mark the position of the Duct Cover-Mounting
Bracket {M}. Use reference E from Table 2
and measurements on page 24-26. Attach
and secure Duct Cover-Mounting Bracket {M}
with two screws (not provided). (Figure 16)
NOTE: Inner duct cover will cover the duct
cover-mounting bracket.
12. Position the entire duct cover up onto the
hood.
13. Secure the inner duct cover with two (3/16” x
3/8”) screws {J} to the duct cover-mounting
bracket. Shown in Figure 17.
14. Fasten outer duct cover to Duct Cover Support
{L} with four (4 x 6 mm) screws {J}.
12
Figure 17
Attach Together
Figure 18
Install Accessories (For Baffle Filter models)
15. Place baffle filters & spacers underneath the
hood. (Figure 18)
Final Installation
16. Turn power ON in control panel. Check all
lights and fan operation.
17. Make sure to leave this manual for the
homeowner.
13
UNDER CABINET INSTALLATION
For Ductless Models only:
MODEL NO.:
CH3830SQBD-1 (30”)
CH3836SQBD-1 (36”)
Figure 19
Preparation before Installation
-
-
-
Temporarily wire the hood to test for proper
operation before installing. If the hood
does not operate, check the circuit
breaker or house fuse. If the hood is
still not working, disconnect power
supply and check the continuity of all
wire connections.
Peel protective film off the hood (if any).
For installing under the cabinet with
recessed bottom, attach 4-inch wide wood
filler strips (not included) on each side.
(Figure 19)
Using reference on Page 25 to measure
and create access opening for electrical
wires and exhaust under the cabinet.
Hood Installation
CAUTION: If moving the cooking
range is necessary to install the hood, turn
off the power in an electric range at the
main electrical box. SHUT OFF THE GAS
BEFORE MOVING A GAS RANGE. And use
a protective covering to protect cooktop
and/or countertop from damage.
1. Remove the bottom casing or baffle
filters/stainless steel spacers if necessary;
arrange the electrical wires to run through
the 1” diameter hole on the top or the rear
of the hood.
2. Using references on Table 1 and
measurements on page 25, center the
hood in place beneath the cabinet and
flush with the front of the cabinet.
3. Draw electrical wires through cabinet
access opening.
4. Use electrical drill to remove the knockout
holes on top of the range hood.
5. Place screw (not provided) into the exact
center of each knockout hole. Make sure
all screws are in place before tightening
screws.
CAUTION: MAKE SURE THE HOOD IS
SECURE BEFORE RELEASING.
14
Figure 20
Wiring to Power Supply
CAUTION: If moving the cooking range
is necessary to install the hood, turn off the
power in an electric range at the main
electrical box.
SHUT OFF THE GAS
BEFORE MOVING A GAS RANGE. RISK OF
ELECTRICAL SHOCK.
THIS RANGE HOOD MUST BE
PROPERLY GROUNDED. MAKE SURE THIS
IS DONE BY QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN IN
ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE
NATIONAL AND LOCAL ELECTRICAL
CODES.
BEFORE CONNECTING WIRES,
SWITCH POWER OFF AT SERVICE PANEL
AND LOCK SERVICE PANEL TO PREVENT
POWER FROM BEING SWITCHED ON
ACCIDENTALLY.
- If hood is operating normally, connect
three wires (black, white and green) to
house wires and cap with wire
connectors.
- Store wires in the wiring box.
Install Accessories
6. Place baffle filters & spacers underneath the
hood. (Figure 20)
Final Installation
7. Turn power ON in control panel. Check all
lights and fan operation.
8. Make sure to leave this manual for the
homeowner.
15
WALL MOUNT INSTALLATION
***This installation requires purchase of duct cover Model No. CH1120DC-1.
For Ductless Models only:
MODEL NO.:
CH3830SQBD-1 (30”)
CH3836SQBD-1 (36”)
Figure 21
Preparation before Installation
-
-
Temporarily wire the hood to test for proper
operation before installing. If the hood does
not operate, check the circuit breaker or
house fuse. If the hood is still not working,
disconnect power supply and check the
continuity of all wire connections.
Peel protective film off the hood (if any).
If necessary, prepare back wall frame with
cross framing lumber for secure installation.
Using
references
on
Table
2
and
measurements on page 25-26, decide the level
of the lumber. Refer to Figure 21.
Figure 22
Hood Installation
CAUTION: If moving the cooking range is
necessary to install the hood, turn off the
power in an electric range at the
main
electrical
box. SHUT
OFF
THE
GAS
BEFORE MOVING A GAS RANGE. And use a
protective covering to protect cooktop and/or
countertop from damage.
1. Secure Hood-Mounting Bracket {K} and two
Duct Cover Support {L} on top of the hood with
eight pre-attached screws. Use four 3/16” x
3/8” screws {J} for Hood-Mounting Bracket {K}.
(Figure 22)
2. Using
references
on
Table
2
and
measurements on page 25-26, mark the
leveling point of the hood.
Position two
mounting screws (not provided) on the wall,
leaving 1/8” away from the wall as shown in
Figure 23.
3. Align Hood-Mounting Bracket {K} to the two
screws on the wall and hook hood into place.
Tighten screws to secure hood to the wall.
CAUTION: MAKE SURE
SECURE BEFORE RELEASING
HOOD
IS
16
Figure 23
Mounting Screws
Figure 24
Wiring to Power Supply
CAUTION: If moving the cooking range is
necessary to install the hood, turn off the
power in an electric range at the main
electrical box. SHUT OFF THE GAS BEFORE
MOVING
A
GAS
RANGE.
RISK
OF
ELECTRICAL SHOCK.
THIS RANGE HOOD MUST BE PROPERLY
GROUNDED. MAKE SURE THIS IS DONE BY
QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN IN ACCORDANCE
WITH ALL APPLICABLE NATIONAL AND
LOCAL ELECTRICAL CODES.
BEFORE
CONNECTING WIRES, SWITCH POWER OFF
AT SERVICE PANEL AND LOCK SERVICE
PANEL TO PREVENT POWER FROM BEING
SWITCHED ON ACCIDENTALLY.
Figure 25
Attach Together
4. If hood is operating normally, connect three
wires (black, white and green) to house wires
and cap with wire connectors.
5. Store wires in the wiring box.
Duct Cover Installation
6. Mark the position of the Duct Cover-Mounting
Bracket {M}. Use reference E from Table 2
and measurements on page 25-26. Attach
and secure Duct Cover-Mounting Bracket {M}
with two screws (not provided). (Figure 24)
NOTE: Inner duct cover will cover the duct
cover-mounting bracket.
7. Position the entire duct cover up onto the
hood.
8. Secure the inner duct cover with two (3/16” x
3/8”) screws {J} to the duct cover-mounting
bracket. Shown in Figure 25.
9. Fasten outer duct cover to Duct Cover Support
{L} with four (4 x 6 mm) screws {J}.
Install Accessories (For Baffle Filter models)
10. Place baffle filters & spacers underneath the
hood. (Figure 18)
Final Installation
11. Turn power ON in control panel. Check all
lights and fan operation.
Make sure to leave this manual for the
homeowner.
17
Figure 26
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
For Vented Models only:
MODEL NO.:
CH3830SQB-1 (30”)
CH3836SQB-1 (36”)
Note: For best results, turn fan on prior to any preparation or cooking and keep fans running while cooking. Adjust
speed as needed.
To operate the fan function
 Press button to choose from speed.
o Q = QuietMode™ speed
o L = Low speed
o H = High speed
 Press “OFF” to turn fan off.
To operate the light function
 Press the Light Control to turn lights on and off.
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For Ductless Models only:
MODEL NO.:
CH3830SQBD-1 (30”)
CH3836SQBD-1 (36”)
Note: For best results, turn fan on prior to any preparation or cooking and keep fans running while cooking. Adjust
speed as needed.
Power Control
Press Power Control to turn On/Off the range hood.
Speed Control
The fan will start on Speed #3. Press
increase the speed level.
button to decrease the speed level. Press
button to
To activate 3-minute delay shutoff, press and hold
button. Once the delay shutoff has been
activated the LED Display will flash and fan speed will change to Speed #3. Speed level can be adjusted
by pressing
or
button during the 3-minute countdown.
To turn fan off immediately, press
button a second time.
Light Control
Press
button to turn LED lights ON. Each press of
Bright, Medium Bright, Dim, and OFF.
button will cycle the light intensity through
Lights are controlled independently from Power Control and delay shutoff. Turning the power off will not
turn lights off.
ECO Mode Control
ECO Mode is set to turn fan on QuietMode™ setting for 10 minutes every hour to remove excess
moisture, microscopic particles and odors for better kitchen air quality.
ECO Mode is independent from the Power Control and delay shutoff.
ECO Mode can be activated while fan is running or off. Press and hold
button until
icon briefly
appears in the LED Display. While fan is running you can change the speed, use delay shutoff or turn off
fan without disabling ECO Mode. When fan is off and ECO Mode has been activated, the
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icon will
appear in the LED Display. The
deactivate, press and hold
icon will flash while ECO Mode is operating on QuietMode™. To
control button until
icon no longer appears in the LED Display.
NOTE: Pressing
button while ECO Mode is active will activate the regular fan function and the
speed will be displayed in LED Display.
Note: Must open door or windows to create sufficient make-up air when ECO Mode has been activated.
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MAINTENANCE
For optimal performance, clean the range hood surface and baffles regularly.
To Clean Hood Surface
CAUTION: NEVER USE ABRASIVE CLEANERS, PADS, OR CLOTHS.
*** Regular care will help preserve its fine appearance.
1. Use only mild soap or detergent solutions. Dry surfaces using soft cloth.
2. If hood looks splotchy (stainless steel hood), use a stainless steel cleaner to clean the surface
of the hood. Avoid getting cleaning solution onto or into the control panel. Follow directions of
the stainless steel cleaner. Caution: Do not leave on too long as this may cause damage to
hood finish. Use soft towel to wipe off the cleaning solution, gently rub off any stubborn spots.
Use dry soft towel to dry the hood.
3. DO NOT allow deposits to accumulate or remain on the hood.
4. DO NOT use ordinary steel wool or steel brushes. Small bits of steel may adhere to the surface
and cause rusting.
5. DO NOT allow salt solutions, disinfectants, bleaches, or cleaning compounds to remain in
contact with stainless steel for extended periods. Many of these compounds contain chemicals,
which may be harmful. Rinse with water after exposure and wipe dry with a clean lint free cloth.
For Baffle Filter models only: to Clean Baffle Filter/Spacers
CAUTION: DRAIN OIL FROM BAFFLE FILTERS, SPACERS & OIL TUNNEL (IF ANY)
REGULARLY TO PREVENT OVERFLOW.
1. Remove all the baffle filters, spacers and oil tunnel (if any).
2. Using a sponge, wash with warm soapy water. Dry completely before returning into place.
CAUTION: SHARP EDGES
(Note: Baffle Filters are top rack dishwasher safe.)
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SPECIFICATIONS
For Vented Models only:
MODEL NO.:
CH3830SQB-1 (30”)
CH3836SQB-1 (36”)
MODEL / SIZE
CH3830SQB-1 (30”)
CH3836SQB-1 (36”)
COLOR
18-Gauge Commercial Grade Stainless Steel
CONSUMPTION / AMPERE
232W / 2.21A
NUMBER OF BLOWER
2
DESIGN
Seamless / Satin Finish
BLOWER TYPE
Twin Vertical Turbine Impeller
EXHAUST
Top –
6" Round
3-1/4" x 10" Rectangular
Rear –
3-1/4" x 10" Rectangular
CONTROLS
3-Speed Mechanical Push Control
LIGHTS
3-watt LED light x 2
HOOD DIMENSION
(W x D x H)
(CH3830SQB-1) 29-3/4" x 21-11/16" x 5-7/8"
(CH3836SQB-1) 35-3/4" x 21-11/16" x 5-7/8"
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
(W x D x H)
1) Two-Piece Adjustable Duct Cover
(CH1120DC-1) 11-13/16" x 10-7/16" x (22” ~ 41")
2) 30" Stainless Steel Back Panel
(SSP30) 30" x 1/10" x 32"
3) 36" Stainless Steel Back Panel
(SSP36) 36" x 1/10" x 32"
WEIGHT (lbs)
CH3830SQB-1 (30”)
CH3836SQB-1 (36”)
SPEED
Air Capacity (cfm)
Sone* (dB)
QuietMode™
300
1.0
Low
510
3.0
*One sone is equivalent to the sound of a refrigerator at 40 decibels.
**Specifications subject to change without notice.
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Net
40
42
High
680
5.0
Gross
44
49
For Ductless Models only:
MODEL NO.:
CH3830SQBD-1 (30”)
CH3836SQBD-1 (36”)
MODEL / SIZE
CH3830SQBD-1 (30”)
CH3836SQBD-1 (36”)
COLOR
18-Gauge Commercial Grade Stainless Steel
CONSUMPTION / AMPERE
232W / 2.21A
NUMBER OF BLOWER
2
DESIGN
Seamless / Satin Finish
BLOWER TYPE
Twin Vertical Turbine Impeller
EXHAUST
Ductless
CONTROLS
ECO MODE (For Ductless Models)
LIGHTS
Electronic Control (5 Buttons) with LED Display –
3-Minute Delay Shutoff
ECO Mode
ECO Mode runs the range hood on the QuietMode™ setting for 10
minutes every hour to remove excess moisture, microscopic particles
and odors to promote a cleaner kitchen environment.
3-Level Lighting
3-watt LED light x 2
HOOD DIMENSION
(W x D x H)
(CH3830SQBD-1) 29-3/4" x 21-11/16" x 5-7/8"
(CH3836SQBD-1) 35-3/4" x 21-11/16" x 5-7/8"
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
(W x D x H)
1) Two-Piece Adjustable Duct Cover
(CH1120DC-1) 11-13/16" x 10-7/16" x (22” ~ 41")
2) 30" Stainless Steel Back Panel
(SSP30) 30" x 1/10" x 32"
3) 36" Stainless Steel Back Panel
(SSP36) 36" x 1/10" x 32"
WEIGHT (lbs)
CH3830SQD-1 (30”)
CH3836SQD-1 (36”)
SPEED
Air Capacity (cfm)
Sone* (dB)
QuietMode™
150
1.0
1
190
1.4
*One sone is equivalent to the sound of a refrigerator at 40 decibels.
**Specifications subject to change without notice.
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Net
40
42
2
230
2.8
Gross
44
49
3
280
3.5
4
340
4.2
5
400
4.5
MEASUREMENTS & DIAGRAMS
***All inch measurements are converted from millimeters. Inch measurements are estimated.
***All measurements in ( ) are millimeters.
For Vented Models only:
MODEL NO.:
CH3830SQB-1 (30”)
CH3836SQB-1 (36”)
-FOR UNDER THE CABINET-
30" = Knockout Holes "A"
36" = Knockout Holes "B"
- FOR WALL MOUNT (WITH OPTIONAL DUCT COVER) -
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For Ductless Models only:
MODEL NO.:
CH3830SQBD-1 (30”)
CH3836SQBD-1 (36”)
-FOR UNDER THE CABINET-
30" = Knockout Holes "A"
36" = Knockout Holes "B"
- FOR WALL MOUNT (WITH OPTIONAL DUCT COVER) -
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***Hood-Mounting Bracket
***Duct Cover-Mounting Bracke
***Duct Cover Support
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PARTS LIST
For Vented Models only.
MODEL NO.:
CH3830SQB-1 (30”)
CH3836SQB-1 (36”)
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
DESCRIPTION
6” Exhaust
Vent Cover (Top)
3-1/4” x 10” Exhaust
3-1/4” x 10” Vent Cover
6” Round Plastic Collar
LED Light (3W)
Control Unit
Capacitor (3.5+3.5uF / 350V)
LED Light Driver
Motor (102B)
Motor (102A)
Turbine Impeller (747B)
Turbine Impeller (747A)
Oil Tunnel Seal
Plastic Oil Tunnel
Impeller Plastic Cover
Safety Screen
Safety Screen screws
Baffle Filter
Stainless Steel Spacer
MODEL /SIZE
CH3830SQB-1
PART NO.
L1-0241-0001-A
L1-0241-0001-B
L1-0241-0002-A
L1-0241-0002-B
L1-0505-0002
L1-0403-0301
L1-0405-0301
L1-0401-0120-03
L1-04012-D001
L1-0301-0120-102B
L1-0301-0120-102A
L1-0251-0747-B
L1-0251-0747-A
L1-0502-0301
L1-0251-0101
L1-0251-0001
L1-0602-0101
L1-0705-0001
L1-0214-0122
B101-1630-15
Optional Duct Cover
NO.
01
02
03
04
05
06
DESCRIPTION
Hood Mounting Bracket
Screws (3/16”x3/8”) x 6
Duct Cover Support x 2
Duct Cover (Inner and Outer)
Duct Cover -Mounting Bracket
Screws (TS 4 x 6mm) x 4
MODEL /SIZE
CH1120DC-1
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PART NO.
L1-0221-1630
L1-0707-0002
L1-0208-1630
12-16300-61
L1-0203-1630
L1-0708-0002
For Vented Models only.
MODEL NO.:
CH3830SQB-1 (30”)
CH3836SQB-1 (36”)
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For Ductless Models only.
MODEL NO.:
CH3830SQBD-1 (30”)
CH3836SQBD-1 (36”)
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
DESCRIPTION
LED Light (3W)
Control Unit
Capacitor (1.5uf +2.0uF/ 350V)
Motor (102B)
Motor (102A)
Turbine Impeller (737B)
Turbine Impeller (737A)
Processor Board
Oil Tunnel Seal
Plastic Oil Tunnel
Impeller Plastic Cover
Safety Screen
Safety Screen Screws
Charcoal Filter
Baffle Filter
Stainless Steel Spacer
MODEL /SIZE
CH3830SQBD-1 (30”)
PART NO.
L1-0403-0301
L1-0501-6001
L1-0401-0120-6
L1-0301-0120-102B
L1-0301-0120-102A
L1-0251-0737-B
L1-0251-0737-A
L1-0404-6001
L1-0502-0301
L1-0251-0101
L1-0251-0001
L1-0602-0101
L1-0705-0001
L1-0603-0302
L1-0214-0122
B101-1630-15
Optional Duct Cover
NO.
01
02
03
04
05
06
DESCRIPTION
Hood Mounting Bracket
Screws (3/16”x3/8”) x 6
Duct Cover Support x 2
Duct Cover (Inner and Outer)
Duct Cover- Mounting Bracket
Screws (TS 4 x 6mm) x 4
MODEL /SIZE
CH1120DC-1
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PART NO.
L1-0221-1630
L1-0707-0002
L1-0208-1630
12-16300-61
L1-0203-1630
L1-0708-0002
For Ductless Models only.
MODEL NO.:
CH3830SQBD-1 (30”)
CH3836SQBD-1 (36”)
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CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
For Vented Models only:
MODEL NO.:
CH3830SQB-1 (30”) / CH3836SQB-1 (36”)
For Ductless Models only:
MODEL NO.:
CH3830SQBD-1 (30”) / CH3836SQBD-1 (36”)
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
For Vented Models only:
MODEL NO.:
CH3830SQB-1 (30”)
CH3836SQB-1 (36”)
Issue
Possible Cause
Solution
After
Installation,
both motors
and lights are
not working.
Lights are
working, but
motor(s) is not.
The power is not on.
Make sure the circuit breaker and the unit’s
power is ON. Use a voltage meter to check the
power supply.
Check and tighten wire connection.
Replace the control panel.
Replace the motor.
Replace capacitor(s).
Replace the control panel.
The range
hood is
vibrating.
The blower system is not secure.
The motor is
working, but
the lights are
not working.
The range
hood is not
venting out
correctly.
The wire connection is not secure.
The control panel is defective.
The motor(s) is defective.
The capacitor(s) is defective.
The control panel is defective.
The turbine impeller/squirrel cage is
not balanced.
Hood is not secured in place.
LED light fixture(s) is defective.
Tighten the turbine impeller/squirrel cage and air
chamber.
Replace the turbine impeller/squirrel cage.
Check the installation of hood, tighten the
mounting bracket.
Replace LED light fixture(s)
The light wiring(s) is loose.
Check wire continuity from Control Panel to LED
Driver to LED light fixture(s).
The control panel is defective.
Replace the control panel.
The range hood is installed outside of
the manufacture recommended
clearance.
Adjust the clearance between the range hoods
and cook top to 26” to 30”. For Island range
hood, the clearance between the range hoods
and cook top is 30” to 36”.
Open the window to enhance the performance
of the range hood by creating a sufficient makeup air.
Remove all obstacles from the duct work.
There is no make-up air inside the
house.
Obstacle blocking the pipe work.
The pipe size is smaller than the
suggested pipe size.
Cold air is
The pipe connection is not properly
coming into the sealed.
home.
The damper is not properly installed or
is missing from the installation.
The damper is not installed.
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Change the ducting according to the
manufacture suggestion.
Check the pipe installation.
Check the damper installation.
By installing the damper, it will help to eliminate
air backflow.
For Ductless Models only:
MODEL NO.:
CH3830SQBD-1 (30”)
CH3836SQBD-1 (36”)
Issue
After
Installation,
both motors
and lights are
not working.
Lights are
working, but
motor(s) is not.
The range
hood is
vibrating.
The motor is
working, but
the lights are
not working.
The range
hood is not
venting out
correctly.
Possible Cause
The power is not on.
The wire connection is not secure.
The control panel and processor board
wiring are disconnected.
The control panel and processor board
is defective.
The motor(s) is defective.
The capacitor(s) is defective.
The control panel or processor board is
defective.
The blower system is not secure.
The turbine impeller/squirrel cage is
not balanced.
Hood is not secured in place.
LED light fixture(s) is defective.
Solution
Make sure the circuit breaker and the unit’s
power is ON. Use a voltage meter to check the
power supply.
Check and tighten wire connection.
Check wire continuity from control panel to
processor board.
Replace the control panel or processor board.
Replace the motor.
Replace capacitor(s).
Replace the control panel or processing board.
Tighten the turbine impeller/squirrel cage and air
chamber.
Replace the turbine impeller/squirrel cage.
Check the installation of hood, tighten the
mounting bracket.
Replace LED light fixture(s)
The light wiring(s) is loose.
Check wire continuity from processor board to
light transformer to LED light fixture(s).
The control panel or processor board is
defective.
Replace the control panel or processing board.
The range hood is installed outside of
the manufacture recommended
clearance.
Adjust the clearance between the range hoods
and cook top to 26” to 30”. For Island range
hood, the clearance between the range hoods
and cook top is 30” to 36”.
Open the window to enhance the performance
of the range hood by creating a sufficient makeup air.
Remove all obstacles from the duct work.
There is no make-up air inside the
house.
Obstacle blocking the pipe work.
The pipe size is smaller than the
suggested pipe size.
Cold air is
The pipe connection is not properly
coming into the sealed.
home.
The damper is not properly installed or
is missing from the installation.
The damper is not installed.
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Change the ducting according to the
manufacture suggestion.
Check the pipe installation.
Check the damper installation.
Installing the damper will help eliminate air
backflow.
WARRANTY
WARRANTY CERTIFICATE
KOBE Range Hoods (referred to herein as “we”or “us”) warrants to the original purchaser
(referred to herein as “you” or “your”) all products manufactured or supplied by us to be free
from defect in workmanship and materials as follows:
TWO-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY FOR PARTS AND LABOR ON KOBE PREMIUM
SERIES:
For two years from the date of your original invoice from a KOBE authorized dealer, we will, at
our sole discretion, choose to repair or replace the product free of charge that failed due to
manufacturing defects.
It is your sole responsibility to ensure the product is readily accessible for the service
technician to perform repairs. The service technician will not, under any circumstance,
remove, alter or modify any fixture built around and/or connected to the product to gain
access to perform repairs.
During the two-year Limited Warranty period, additional charges may apply which include but
are not limited to:
 Service technician travel charges if the requested service location is 30-miles out of
KOBE’s authorized service area
 Parts shipping expenses
 Un-installation of defective product and Installation of replacement product
Warranty Exclusions:
This warranty does not cover, including but not limited to the following:
a. Improper installation.
b. Any repair, alteration, modification not authorized by KOBE.
c. Duct alteration, modification and connection.
d. Incorrect electric current, voltage or wiring.
e. Normal maintenance and service required for the product.
f. Consumable parts such as light bulbs and carbon filters.
g. Improper usage of the product that it is not intended for, such as commercial use,
outdoor use and multi-family use.
h. Normal wear and tear.
i. Chips, scratches or dents by abuse or misuse of the product.
j. Damages caused by accident, fire, flood and other Acts of God.
k. Expenses incurred for service located outside of the designated service area.
l. Purchases from unauthorized dealers.
m. Removal fees of defective product and Installation fees associated with replacement
product.
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If we determine that the warranty exclusions listed above apply or if you fail to provide all
necessary documentation for warranty service, you will be responsible for all expenses
associated with the requested service, including parts, labor, shipping, travelling and any other
expense related to the service request.
To qualify for warranty service, you must:
1. Have the ORIGINAL proof of purchase
2. Be the ORIGINAL purchaser of the product
3. Have the model number
4. Have the serial number
5. Have a description of the nature of any defect in the product or part
TO REQUEST WARRANTY SERVICE, PLEASE CONTACT THE KOBE RANGE HOODS
SERVICE CENTER:
KOBE SERVICE CENTER (USA ONLY)
Toll Free: 1-855-800-KOBE (5623)
E-mail: kobe@adcoservice.com
For service in Canada and to report a problem, please contact:
Tel: 1-626-775-8880
Email: customer.service@koberangehoods.com
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WARRANTY INFORMATION FORM
Fill in the blanks and keep this paper with the original invoice in a
safe place for future service purpose.
1. Date of purchase
:
2. Model No.
:
3. Serial No.
:
For warranty service or spare parts purchase contact:
KOBE Service Center (USA ONLY)
Toll Free: 1-855-800-KOBE (5623)
Email: kobe@adcoservice.com
For service in Canada and to report a problem, please
contact:
Tel: 1-626-775-8880
Email: customer.service@koberangehoods.com
Your notes:
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KOBE Range Hoods
11775 Clark Street
Arcadia, CA 91006 USA
www.KOBERangeHoods.com
This KOBE hood is made for use in the USA and CANADA only. We do not recommend
using this hood overseas as the power supply may not be compatible and may violate
the electrical code of that country. Using a KOBE hood overseas is at your own risk
and will void your warranty.
Cette hotte KOBE est fabriquée pour usage aux États-Unis et au Canada seulement. Il
n’est pas recommandé d’utiliser cette hotte à l’étranger puisque l’alimentation électrique
pourrait ne pas être compatible et enfreindre le code de l’électricité de ce pays. L’usage
de la hotte KOBE à l’étranger est à votre propre risque et la garantie sera annulée.
Esta campana de extracción KOBE ha sido fabricada para ser utilizada únicamente en
EE.UU. y CANADÁ. No recomendamos la utilización de esta campana en el extranjero
debido a que la fuente de energía podría no ser compatible y podría violar el código
eléctrico de dicho país. Utilizar una campana KOBE en el extranjero será a su
propio riesgo y anulará la garantía.
VER.140219
Information subject to change without notice.
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