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RANGE HOOD
Series: EQLD1
INSTALLATION, USE
AND CARE MANUAL
Serial number:
99045657-007A
Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-4
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-6
Cleaning and Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Motors
Grease Filters
Non-Ducted Recirculation Filters
Fan Wheels
Stainless Steel Cleaning
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-21
Recommended Tools
and Accessories for Installation . . . . . . . . . . . .
Install Ductwork (Ducted Installations Only) . . .
Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Prepare the Hood . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Prepare the Hood Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
EZ1 One-Person Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Install the Hood (EZ1 Brackets) . . . . . . . . . . .
Standard Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Install the Hood (Standard Installation) . . . . .
Connect the Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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INSTALLATION MANUAL
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Wiring Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
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Service Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
! Intended for domestic cooking only !
INSTALLER: LEAVE THIS MANUAL WITH HOMEOWNER.
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! WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK, OR INJURY TO
PERSONS, OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING:
• Use this unit only in the manner intended by the manufacturer. If you have
questions, contact the manufacturer at the address or telephone number
listed in the warranty.
• 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.
• Installation work and electrical wiring must be done by a qualified
person(s) in accordance with all applicable codes and standards, including
fire-rated construction.
• Sufficient air is needed for proper combustion and exhausting of
gases through the flue (chimney) of fuel burning equipment to prevent
backdrafting. Follow the heating equipment manufacturer’s guidelines 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.
• When cutting or drilling into wall or ceiling, do not
damage electrical wiring and other hidden utilities.
• Ducted fans must always be vented to the outdoors.
• Do not use this unit with any additional solid-state speed control device.
• To reduce the risk of fire, use only metal ductwork.
• This unit must be grounded.
SAFETY
• When applicable local regulations comprise more restrictive installation
and/or certification requirements, the aforementioned requirements prevail
on those of this document and the installer agrees to conform to these at
his own expense.
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• As an alternative, this product may be installed with the UL-approved cord
kit designated for the product, following instructions packed with the cord
kit.
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! WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF A RANGE TOP GREASE FIRE:
a) Never leave surface units unattended at high settings. Boilovers cause
smoking and greasy spillovers that may ignite. Heat oils slowly on low or
medium settings.
b) Always turn hood ON when cooking at high heat or when flambeing food
(i.e.: Crêpes Suzette, Cherries Jubilee, Peppercorn Beef Flambé).
c) Clean ventilating fan frequently. Grease should not be allowed to
accumulate on fan, filters or in exhaust ducts.
d) Use proper pan size. Always use cookware appropriate for the size of
the surface element.
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF INJURY TO PERSONS IN THE EVENT OF A
RANGE TOP GREASE FIRE, OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING*:
1.
SMOTHER FLAMES with a close-fitting lid, cookie sheet or metal tray,
then turn off the burner. BE CAREFUL TO PREVENT BURNS. IF THE
FLAMES DO NOT GO OUT IMMEDIATELY, EVACUATE AND CALL
THE FIRE DEPARTMENT.
2. NEVER PICK UP A FLAMING PAN — You may be burned.
3. DO NOT USE WATER, including wet dishcloths or towels — This could
cause a violent steam explosion.
4. Use an extinguisher ONLY if:
A. You own a Class ABC extinguisher and you 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.
* Based on “Kitchen Fire Safety Tips” published by NFPA.
! CAUTION
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For indoor use only.
For general ventilating use only. Do not use to exhaust hazardous or explosive materials
and vapors.
To avoid motor bearing damage and noisy and/or unbalanced fan blade, keep drywall
spray, construction dust, etc. off range hood.
Your hood motor has a thermal overload which will automatically shut off the motor if it
becomes overheated. The motor will restart when it cools down. If the motor continues to
shut off and restart, have the hood serviced.
For best capture of cooking fumes, the bottom of the hood MUST NOT BE LESS than 24”
and at a maximum of 30” above the cooking surface.
Always follow the cooking equipment manufacturer’s requirements regarding the ventilation
needs.
To reduce the risk of fire and to properly exhaust air, be sure to duct air outside — Do not
exhaust air into spaces within walls or ceiling or into attics, crawl space or garage.
When installing, servicing or cleaning the unit, it is recommended to wear safety glasses
and gloves.
Please read specification label on product for further information and requirements.
Operation
Always turn your hood on before you begin cooking to establish an air flow in the kitchen.
Let the blower run for a few minutes to clear the air after you turn off the range. This will help
keep the whole kitchen cleaner and fresher.
This hood is equipped with infrared sensing controls. To activate it, simply touch the sensor
corresponding to the desired function and/or intensity. At the touch of the sensor, a beep is
emitted to acknowledge the command.
MASTER ON/OFF
Touch this sensor to turn ON the lights and blower at the last saved blower and/or lighting level.
When the blower and/or lights are ON, touching this sensor will store the last-used blower speed
and light intensity and turn the unit off.
BLOWER
ACTIVATION/SPEED CHANGE
When blower is OFF, touch the sensor corresponding to the desired blower speed. The sensor will
illuminate and the blower will activate.
When the blower is ON, touch the sensor corresponding to the active blower speed to turn the
blower OFF and memorize the blower speed.
NOTE: When LOW speed is activated from OFF, the blower starts on MEDIUM speed for a very
short moment, and then resumes to LOW speed.
DELAY OFF
To activate the Delay OFF function, while the blower is ON, touch and hold for 3 seconds the
illuminated sensor corresponding to the active blower speed. A beep will be emitted at the first
touch, and again at the end of the 3-second hold. The blower will continue to operate for 10 minutes
at this setting. During this time, the sensor corresponding to the active blower speed will blink to
indicate that the Delay OFF function was activated.
When the Delay OFF function is activated, the blower speed can be changed by touching the
sensor corresponding to the desired blower speed without affecting the remaining time of the delay.
To cancel the Delay OFF function before the end of the 10-minute cycle, touch and hold for
3 seconds the sensor corresponding to the active blower speed, or simply touch the Master ON/OFF
sensor.
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This hood is equipped with a protective device that changes the blower speed when an abnormally
high heat level is detected while the blower is activated. When the Heat Sentry is activated, it sets
the blower on MEDIUM speed while all the blower sensors blink. The lighting can still be controlled,
but the blower will remain on MEDIUM speed until the heat level is normal. The blower will then
return to the speed previously selected.
NOTE: When excessive heat is detected, Heat Sentry will shut off both the blower and lights
while all the blower sensors will blink faster. Both the blowers and lights will remain OFF
until the temperature cools down; the blower will then start on MEDIUM speed and the
lights can be controlled again. The blower will remain on MEDIUM speed until the heat
level is normal. The blower will then return to the speed previously selected.
OPERATION
HEAT SENTRY™
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LIGHTING/LIGHT INTENSITY CHANGE
To turn the lighting ON, touch the sensor corresponding to the desired lighting intensity and the
sensor will illuminate.
When the lighting is ON, touch the sensor corresponding to the active light intensity to turn the
lighting OFF and memorize the intensity.
The LED modules included with this hood are the latest in LED cooktop illumination technology
specially designed to operate in the elevated temperatures of cooking - offering bright lighting and
lasting up to 25 times as long as a standard bulb and greater reliability than typical replacement
LED bulbs.
FILTER CLEANING REMINDER
When it is time to clean the filters, the Filter Cleaning Reminder sensor will blink for 30 seconds
after the blower is turned off.
To reset the Filter Cleaning Reminder, touch and hold for 3 seconds this sensor while it is blinking.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
This control is light-sensitive; pointing directional spot lights towards it may cause it to malfunction.
In rare circumstances, the control could falsely be activated by an external light source.
OPTIONAL REMOTE CONTROL
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OPERATION
For more convenience, this range hood can also be controlled using the HCR3 remote control
(purchase separately). For more details, see instructions included with the HCR3 remote control.
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Cleaning and Maintenance
Proper maintenance of the Range Hood will assure proper performance of the unit.
MOTORS
The motors are permanently lubricated and never need oiling. If the motor bearings make
excessive or unusual noise, replace the motor with the exact service motor. The fan wheel should
also be replaced.
GREASE FILTERS
The grease filters should be cleaned frequently. Use a warm dishwashing detergent solution.
Grease filters are diswasher safe. Clean all-metal filters in the dishwasher using a non-phosphate
detergent. Discoloration of the filters may occur if using phosphate detergents, or as a result of
local water conditions - but this will not affect filter performance. This discoloration is not covered
by the warranty. To minimize or prevent discoloration, hand wash filters using a mild detergent.
NON-DUCTED RECIRCULATION FILTERS
The non-ducted recirculation filters should be changed every 3 to 6 months. Replace more often
if your cooking style generates extra grease, such as frying and wok cooking. Refer to installation
instructions included with non-ducted recirculation filters.
FAN WHEELS
The center of the fan wheels should be cleaned frequently. Use a clean cloth soaked with warm
detergent solution.
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Regularly wash with clean cloth or rag soaked with warm water and mild soap or liquid dish
detergent.
Always clean in the direction of original polish lines.
Always rinse well with clear water (2 or 3 times) after cleaning. Wipe dry completely.
You may also use a specialized household stainless steel cleaner.
Don’t:
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Use any steel or stainless steel wool or any other scrapers to remove stubborn dirt.
Use any harsh or abrasive cleansers.
Allow dirt to accumulate.
Let plaster dust or any other construction residues reach the hood. During construction/
renovation, cover the range hood to make sure no dust sticks to the stainless steel surface.
Avoid when choosing a detergent:
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Any cleaners that contain bleach will attack stainless steel.
Any products containing: chloride, fluoride, iodide, bromide will deteriorate surfaces
rapidly.
Any combustible products used for cleaning such as acetone, alcohol, ether, benzol, etc.,
are highly explosive and should never be used close to a range.
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CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
STAINLESS STEEL CLEANING
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For ADA compliance installation guidelines, please visit www.broan-nutone.com
Recommended Tools and Accessories
for Installation
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Measuring tape
Phillips screwdriver no. 2
Nutdriver or socket 11/32"
Flat blade screwdriver (to open knockout holes)
Drill, 1/8” drill bit and 1½” hole saw (to mark holes for ducting and cut electrical access hole)
7/64” drill bit (to drill holes for EZ1 brackets mounting screws)
Wood shims (2) and wood screws (4) (required for standard installation to framed cabinet)
Saw (to cut holes for ducted application)
Sheet metal shears (ducted installation only, for duct adjustment)
Pliers (ducted installation only, for duct adjustment)
Metal foil duct tape (for ducted applications)
Scissors (to cut metal foil duct tape)
Pencil
Wire stripper
Strain relief, 1/2” diameter (to secure house wiring cable to the hood)
Install Ductwork (Ducted Installations Only)
ROOF CAP
3¼" X 10", 3¼" X 14" OR
7" ROUND DUCT
(FOR VERTICAL
DISCHARGE)
SOFFIT
HOUSE WIRING
(TOP OR BACK OF HOOD)
CABINET
WALL CAP
HOOD
24" MIN - 30" MAX
3¼" X 10" OR
3¼" X 14" DUCT
(FOR HORIZONTAL DISCHARGE)
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INSTALLATION
ABOVE COOKING SURFACE
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NOTE: Distances over 30” are at the installer and user discretion.
1 ] Determine whether hood will discharge vertically (3¼” x 10”, 3¼” x 14” or 7” round),
or horizontally (3¼” x 10” or 3¼” x 14” only).
2 ] Decide where the ductwork will run between the hood and the outdoors.
3 ] Choose a straight, short duct run to allow the hood to perform most efficiently. Long duct
runs, elbows and transitions will reduce the performance of the hood. Use as few of them as
possible. When possible, use at least 2 foot straight runs before any turns. Larger ductwork
may be required for best performance with longer duct runs.
4 ] Install wall cap or roof cap (sold separately); ensure there is no leak in house insulation.
Connect metal ductwork to cap and work back towards the hood location. Use 2” metal foil
duct tape to seal the joints between ductwork sections.
Contents
Before proceeding to the installation, check the contents of the box. If items are missing or
damaged, contact the manufacturer.
Make sure that the following items are included:
* FIND INSIDE ONE PACKAGING
STYROFOAM OF HOOD
(1) 3¼” X 10”
DAMPER ASSEMBLY*
(2) GREASE FILTERS
(1) 7” ROUND
(1) 3¼” X 14”
DAMPER ASSEMBLY* DUCT CONNECTOR
EZ1 COMPONENTS
Use this template for marking; do not attempt to cut out the ducting hole through it.
NOTE: These cutouts are clearance holes; they do not need to be the exact size of ducting.
MARK WHERE INDICATED
Utiliser ce gabarit pour marquer vos repères; ne pas tenter de découper
le trou pour le conduit à travers le gabarit.
NOTE : Les découpes incluent le jeu nécessaire à l’installation; elles ne doivent pas
être du format exact des conduits.
FOR THE APPROPRIATE SIZE DUCT OPENING
7” ROUND DUCTING
OR
RECTANGULAR DUCTING
= 3¼” x 10”
= 3¼” x 14”
Use esta plantilla para crear marcados; no trate de cortar el
agujero del conducto a través de la plantilla.
NOTA: To be translated in Spanish.
MARQUER LES REPÈRES AUX ENDROITS INDIQUÉS SELON
LE FORMAT DE CONDUIT UTILISÉ
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Bend template along graduated
scale when installing to framed
cabinet.
CONDUIT ROND DE 7 PO
OU
CONDUIT RECTANGULAIRE
= 3¼ po x 10 po
Pour une installation sous une
armoire à fond en retrait, utiliser les
lignes pour mesurer l’épaisseur du
décalage causé par le mur de
l’armoire et plier le gabarit en
conséquence.
To be translated in Spanish.
= 3¼ po x 14 po
TITLE TO BE TRANSLATED IN SPANISH
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CONDUCTO REDONDO
DE 7 PULG.
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CONDUCTO RECTANGULAR
= 3¼ pulg. x 10 pulg.
= 3¼ pulg. x 14 pulg.
7½”
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Electrical access hole center
A = single blower hood
B = double blower hood
RTICAL
A EX
A
10½”
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(1) TEMPLATE FOR DUCTING
(PRINTED BOTH SIDES)
To be translated in Spanish
Electrical access hole center
A = single blower hood
B = double blower hood
4¼”
14½”
Centre du trou pour fil
d’alimentation électrique
A = hotte ventilateur simple
B = hotte ventilateur double
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C
B
C
Place this edge against back wall
Appuyer ce bord au mur arrière
Apoyar este borde contra la pared de atrás
(2) INSTALLATION BRACKETS**
FOR FRAMED CABINET
(2) INSTALLATION BRACKETS**
FOR FRAMELESS CABINET
** FIND EZ1 BRACKETS ATTACHED INSIDE OF HOOD
(1) PARTS BAG*** CONTAINING:
(4) NO. 8-18 X 1/2”
METAL SCREWS WITH
(4) WASHERS
(6) NO. 8 X 5/8”
RD. HD.
WOOD SCREWS
(6) NO. 8 X 1/2”
COUNTERSUNK
WOOD SCREWS
*** FIND PARTS BAG INSIDE OF HOOD
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Prepare the Hood
1 ] If present, remove all protective polyfilm from the hood and/or parts.
2 ] Remove 7” Round Duct Plate from top/back of hood (see illustration below). Keep the screws
for further use.
7” ROUND
DUCT
PLATE
2 SCREWS
3 ] Turn the hood upside down. Grab the front edge of the decorative panel and lift it to detach
the panel from the front magnets (A). Remove the decorative panel from the hood by tilting it
slightly to disengage it from 3 hooks (B), then set aside the panel.
A
B
MAGNETS
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INSTALLATION
4 ] Using a 11/32” nutdriver or socket, remove both lock nuts retaining the flange of the cover plate
to the inner back of hood (see insets). Remove the cover plate retaining screws (9 screws),
then set the blowers cover along with its screws and nuts aside.
10
5
4
6
3
9
7
8
2
1
8
1
LOCK NUTS
BACK OF HOOD
5 ] Remove the parts bag, taped on the inner back of hood, near the left corner. Remove the
EZ1 brackets from inside the hood by cutting off the tie wrap. Discard the tie wrap.
EZ1
BRACKETS
PARTS BAG
6 ] Remove Electrical Power Cable Knockout from top (vertical exhaust) or back (horizontal
exhaust) of hood. For knockout removed from back of hood, install an appropriate strain
relief, 1/2” diameter (not included). For knockout removed from top of hood, the strain relief
will be installed later.
ELECTRICAL
POWER CABLE
KNOCKOUT
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NON-DUCTED INSTALLATION ONLY
7 ] Remove 3 screws retaining the recirculation cover plate to the hood. Discard this plate with
its screws. Peel off and discard the membrane covering the recirculation grille, ensuring
the openings are totally cleared.
RECIRCULATION
COVER PLATE
SCREWS
3¼” x 14” DUCTED INSTALLATION ONLY
8 ] Remove 3¼” x 14” vertical or 3¼” x 14” horizontal knockout plate as appropriate for
your ducting method (see FIGURES 1 A and 1 B).
FIGURE 1 B
FIGURE 1 A
3¼” X 14”
VERTICAL
KNOCKOUT
PLATE
3¼” X 14”
HORIZONTAL
KNOCKOUT
PLATE
9 ] Attach 3¼” x 14” Damper Assembly on top OR back of hood over the knockout opening.
When installed, the 3¼” x 14” damper assembly must open as shown in FIGURE 2 B.
FIGURE 2 A
FIGURE 2 B
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INSTALLATION
SCREWS
12
3¼” X 14”
DAMPER
ASSEMBLY
DAMPER
FLAP
PIVOT
TOP/BACK
EDGE OF
HOOD
BACK OF
HOOD
SCREWS
3¼” X 14”
DAMPER
ASSEMBLY
DAMPER
FLAP
PIVOT
TIP: Insert a small length of duct over the 3¼” x 14” damper assembly and seal the joint using
aluminum foil duct tape to ease connection with the house ductwork.
3¼” x 10” OR 7” ROUND DUCTED INSTALLATION ONLY
8 ] Remove 3¼” x 10” vertical, 3¼” x 10” horizontal (both are the rectangular central
knockout plates, see hatched areas) or 7-inch round knockout plate as appropriate for
your ducting method (see FIGURES 1 A and 1 B).
FIGURE 1 A
FIGURE 1 B
7” ROUND KNOCKOUT
PLATE (ALSO REMOVE
3¼” X 10” VERTICAL
KNOCKOUT PLATE)
3¼” X 10”
VERTICAL
KNOCKOUT
PLATE
3¼” X 10”
HORIZONTAL
KNOCKOUT
PLATE
9 ] Attach 3¼” x 10” Damper Assembly on top OR back of hood (if using 3¼” x 10” duct; shaded
part in FIGURE 2 A below) or 7” Round Duct Plate (if using 7-inch round duct, FIGURE 3) over
the knockout opening. When installed, the 3¼” x 10” damper assembly must open as shown
in FIGURE 2 B.
FIGURE 2 A
FIGURE 2 B
SCREWS
3¼” X 10”
DAMPER
ASSEMBLY
DAMPER
FLAP
PIVOT
TOP/BACK
EDGE OF
HOOD
SCREWS
BACK OF
HOOD
3¼” X 10”
DAMPER
ASSEMBLY
DAMPER
FLAP
PIVOT
FIGURE 3
NOTE: To accommodate off-center ductwork, the 7” round duct plate can be installed up
to 1/2” on either side of the hood center.
TIP: Insert a small length of duct over the 3¼” x 10” damper assembly (for rectangular ducting) or
7” round (for round ducting) and seal the joint using aluminum foil duct tape to ease connection
with the house ductwork.
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SCREWS
INSTALLATION
7” ROUND
DUCT
PLATE
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Prepare the Hood Location
NOTE: Before starting installation, read all the steps of these instructions.
Use the illustration below to identify your kitchen cabinet type.
FRAMED CABINET
FRAMELESS CABINET
This manual covers 2 kinds of installation: the standard (without EZ1 brackets)
and the EZ1 one-person installation system (using included template and brackets).
For the standard installation, go to page 19.
EZ1 one-person installation system
EZ1 installation is designed for use with kitchen cabinets that have the same width designation as
the range hood width. If the cabinet is greater than 1/2” wider than the range hood width, please
use the standard installation method.
1 ] Use the proper template for vertical OR horizontal disharge (included) for placement of
ductwork and electrical cutout in cabinet or wall. For a non-ducted installation, DO NOT cut a
duct access hole, only cut the hole for electrical wiring. If replacing a hood and plan to use
the existing duct and electrical, steps 2 to 5 may not be necessary. If so, skip to step 6.
2 ] Measure and mark the hood center line on cabinet bottom.
3 ] Align the center line on template with the hood center line marked on the bottom of the
cabinet, placing the edge (where indicated) of the template against back wall. When using
with framed cabinet for vertical exhaust installation, fold over rear edge of template equal
to the depth of the cabinet frame at the wall (use graduations on template, C locations on
template). Tape the template in place.
NOTE: When facing the installation, A and B (on template) must be at right.
CABINET FRONT
VERTICAL EXHAUST
DUCTING
CABINET FRONT
Use this template for marking; do not attempt to cut out the ducting hole through it.
NOTE: These cutouts are clearance holes; they do not need to be the exact size of ducting.
Use this template for marking; do not attempt to cut out the ducting hole through it.
NOTE: These cutouts are clearance holes; they do not need to be the exact size of ducting.
MARK WHERE INDICATED
Utiliser ce gabarit pour marquer vos repères; ne pas tenter de découper
le trou pour le conduit à travers le gabarit.
NOTE : Les découpes incluent le jeu nécessaire à l’installation; elles ne doivent pas
être du format exact des conduits.
7” ROUND DUCTING
OR
MARK WHERE INDICATED
Utiliser ce gabarit pour marquer vos repères; ne pas tenter de découper
le trou pour le conduit à travers le gabarit.
NOTE : Les découpes incluent le jeu nécessaire à l’installation; elles ne doivent pas
être du format exact des conduits.
FOR THE APPROPRIATE SIZE DUCT OPENING
RECTANGULAR DUCTING
= 3¼” x 10”
FOR THE APPROPRIATE SIZE DUCT OPENING
7” ROUND DUCTING
OR
RECTANGULAR DUCTING
= 3¼” x 10”
= 3¼” x 14”
= 3¼” x 14”
Use esta plantilla para crear marcados; no trate de cortar el
agujero del conducto a través de la plantilla.
NOTA: To be translated in Spanish.
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Use esta plantilla para crear marcados; no trate de cortar el
agujero del conducto a través de la plantilla.
NOTA: To be translated in Spanish.
Bend template along graduated
scale when installing to framed
cabinet.
Pour une installation sous une
armoire à fond en retrait, utiliser les
lignes pour mesurer l’épaisseur du
décalage causé par le mur de
l’armoire et plier le gabarit en
conséquence.
MARQUER LES REPÈRES AUX ENDROITS INDIQUÉS SELON
MARQUER LES REPÈRES AUX ENDROITS INDIQUÉS SELON
LE FORMAT DE CONDUIT UTILISÉ
LE FORMAT DE CONDUIT UTILISÉ
CONDUIT ROND DE 7 PO
OU
C
CONDUIT RECTANGULAIRE
= 3¼ po x 10 po
= 3¼ po x 14 po
TITLE TO BE TRANSLATED IN SPANISH
8”
C
L
To be translated in Spanish.
CONDUCTO REDONDO
DE 7 PULG.
O
Bend template along graduated
scale when installing to framed
cabinet.
Pour une installation sous une
armoire à fond en retrait, utiliser les
lignes pour mesurer l’épaisseur du
décalage causé par le mur de
l’armoire et plier le gabarit en
conséquence.
Centre du trou pour fil
d’alimentation électrique
A = hotte ventilateur simple
B = hotte ventilateur double
10½”
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A
C
Centre du trou pour fil
d’alimentation électrique
A = hotte ventilateur simple
B = hotte ventilateur double
B
To be translated in Spanish
Electrical access hole center
A = single blower hood
B = double blower hood
A
C
B
C
Apoyar este borde contra la pared de atrás
SCALE WHEN INSTALLING TO FRAMED
ELECTRICAL
ACCESS HOLE
LOCATION (B)
(IN CABINET BOTTOM)
CABINET.
HORIZONTAL EXHAUST
DUCTING
CENTER LINE
A
Place this edge against
cabinet bottom.
Appuyer ce bord contre le bas
de l’armoire.
Apoyar este borde contra
la base del armario.
Utiliser ce gabarit pour marquer vos repères; ne pas tenter de découper
le trou pour le conduit à travers le gabarit.
NOTE : Les découpes incluent le jeu nécessaire à l’installation; elles ne doivent pas
être du format exact des conduits.
Use esta plantilla para crear marcados; no trate de cortar el
agujero del conducto a través de la plantilla.
NOTA: To be translated in Spanish.
B
Electrical access hole center
A = single blower hood
B = double blower hood
Centre du trou pour fil
d’alimentation électrique
A = hotte ventilateur simple
B = hotte ventilateur double
CL
Use this template for marking; do not attempt to cut out the ducting hole through it.
NOTE: These cutouts are clearance holes; they do not need to be the exact size of ducting.
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Electrical access hole center
A = single blower hood
B = double blower hood
4¼”
FOLD TEMPLATE ALONG GRADUATED
P
= 3¼ pulg. x 10 pulg.
= 3¼ pulg. x 14 pulg.
10½”
CENTER LINE
C
CONDUCTO RECTANGULAR
14½”
C
Appuyer ce bord au mur arrière
O
VERTICAL
V
RTICAL
A EXHAUST
EX A S
To be translated in Spanish
Electrical access hole center
A = single blower hood
B = double blower hood
4¼”
CONDUCTO REDONDO
DE 7 PULG.
7½”
Electrical access hole center
A = single blower hood
B = double blower hood
14½”
CONDUIT RECTANGULAIRE
= 3¼ po x 10 po
= 3¼ po x 14 po
CL
To be translated in Spanish.
= 3¼ pulg. x 10 pulg.
= 3¼ pulg. x 14 pulg.
7½”
OU
TITLE TO BE TRANSLATED IN SPANISH
8”
CONDUCTO RECTANGULAR
VERTICAL
V
RTICAL
A EXHAUST
EX A S
Place this edge against back wall
CONDUIT ROND DE 7 PO
To be translated in Spanish
Electrical access hole center
A = single blower hood
B = double blower hood
MARK WHERE INDICATED
MARQUER LES REPÈRES AUX ENDROITS INDIQUÉS SELON
FOR THE APPROPRIATE SIZE DUCT OPENING
LE FORMAT DE CONDUIT UTILISÉ
RECTANGULAR DUCTING
CONDUIT RECTANGULAIRE
= 3¼” x 10”
= 3¼” x 14”
B
ess hole center
wer hood
wer hood
= 3¼ po x 10 po
= 3¼ po x 14 po
TITLE TO BE TRANSLATED IN SPANISH
CONDUCTO RECTANGULAR
= 3¼ pulg. x 10 pulg.
= 3¼ pulg. x 14 pulg.
HORIZONTAL
T
EXHAUST
ELECTRICAL
ACCESS HOLE
LOCATION (B)
(IN WALL)
B
4 ] Drill a 1/8” dia. pilot hole for house wiring, at B location on template.
5 ] Use a sharp pencil or 1/8” drill bit to mark the locations for the appropriate duct access
holes (16 locations for 7” round duct, or 4 corner locations for rectangular duct). Remove the
template.
6 ] Draw the border for the exhaust ducting by linking its marks (16 for round duct and 4 for
rectangular duct), then cut the opening in the cabinet bottom (vertical exhaust) or in the wall
(horizontal exhaust). Drill the house wiring hole by using a 1½” hole saw centered with the
pilot hole previously made in 4.
7 ] Install the proper installation brackets according to the type of cabinet (framed or frameless).
See below.
FRAMED CABINET
Refer to the marking on brackets to determine the correct installation side and orientation.
X
Y
7/64”
of bracket against the wall. Use a pencil to mark 3 holes (there are 6 holes but only
3 are necessary).
Remove the bracket. Using a 7/64” drill bit, drill 3 holes where marked.
Assemble the bracket to the side frame using a Phillips screwdriver and 3 provided
no. 8 x 5/8” wood screws. Repeat for the other side frame.
INSTALLATION MANUAL
Mate the corresponding bracket to the cabinet side frame, while placing rear end
INSTALLATION
Z
15
FRAMELESS CABINET
Refer to the marking on brackets to determine the correct installation side and orientation.
X
Y
Z
3X
[
\
INSTALLATION MANUAL
INSTALLATION
7/64”
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Align the corresponding bracket to the cabinet side, while placing rear end of bracket
against the wall. Draw a line on the outer edge of the bracket (as shown).
Slide the bracket towards the center of cabinet and align outside edge of the bracket to
marked line, keeping the rear end edge leaning on the wall.
 Use a pencil to mark 3 holes.
Remove the bracket. Using a 7/64” drill bit, drill 3 holes where marked.
Assemble the bracket to the cabinet bottom using a Phillips screwdriver and 3 provided
countersunk wood screws. Repeat for the other cabinet side.
Install the Hood (EZ1 Brackets)
NOTE:
The following procedure applies to both frame or frameless cabinet installations.
1 ] Run house power cable between service panel and hood location.
2 ] There are 2 pairs of recessed holes on each side of the top of the hood (on rear: A and B,
on front C and D on illustration below); these holes allow the range hood to hang on the
brackets (previously installed).
C A
D
B
HORIZONTAL EXHAUST INSTALLATION ONLY
3 ] Temporarily hang the hood on the brackets using its (2) recessed REAR HOLES (A and B).
While holding the hood, run the house power cable into the hood through the strain relief
previously installed in step 6 on page 11.
A
B
4 ] Unhook the rear holes from the brackets and hang the hood using its (2) recessed FRONT
HOLES (C and D). While holding the hood, go to step 6.
VERTICAL EXHAUST INSTALLATION ONLY
6 ] Connect ductwork to hood and use metal foil duct tape to make joints secure and air-tight.
Make sure the damper assembly (or round duct plate) enters the ductwork and that the
damper opens and closes freely.
INSTALLATION MANUAL
DUCTED INSTALLATION ONLY
INSTALLATION
5 ] Hang the hood on the brackets using the (2) recessed FRONT HOLES (C and D). While
holding the hood, tighten an appropriate strain relief, 1/2” diameter (not included) to the
power cable, then insert the strain relief in the knockout hole.
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7 ] For framed cabinet, secure the hood to the EZ1 brackets using four (4) no. 8-18 x 1/2” metal
screws with washers (screws and washers included in parts bag). Insert two (2) screws and
washers per side, in the slots (as shown in insets on illustration below).
8 ] For frameless cabinet, secure the hood to the cabinet using four (4) no. 8 x 5/8” round head
wood screws (screws and washers included in parts bag). Insert two (2) screws and washers
per side, in the slots (as shown in insets on illustration below).
FRAMED
CABINET
METAL
SCREWS
INSTALLATION MANUAL
INSTALLATION
9 ] Attach power cable to the hood using the strain relief.
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FRAMELESS
CABINET
WOOD
SCREWS
Standard Installation (without EZ1 brackets)
1 ] Use the proper diagram below for placement of ductwork and electrical cutout in cabinet
or wall. For a non-ducted installation, DO NOT cut a duct access hole, only cut the hole for
electrical wiring.
3¼" X 10"
3¼" X 14"
CENTER LINE
VERTICAL DUCTING
WOOD SHIMS
(RECESSED-BOTTOM
CABINET
FRONT
CABINETS ONLY)
CENTER LINE VERTICAL DUCTING
WOOD SHIMS
(RECESSED-BOTTOM
CABINET FRONT
CABINETS ONLY)
CABINET
BOTTOM
5¼"
3/4"
47/16"
1½"
ELECTRICAL ACCESS
HOLE (IN CABINET BOTTOM)
12Ǭ" (30" HOOD)
12Ǭ" (30" HOOD)
15Ǭ" (36" HOOD)
15Ǭ" (36" HOOD)
REAR HOOD MOUNTING SCREWS (2)
3¼" X 10"
WOOD SHIMS
(RECESSED-BOTTOM
CABINETS ONLY)
HORIZONTAL DUCT
ACCESS HOLE
5¼"
12Ǭ" (30" HOOD)
15Ǭ" (36" HOOD)
REAR HOOD
MOUNTING
SCREWS (2)
3⅞"
1½"
3¼" X 14"
HORIZONTAL DUCTING
CABINET FRONT
9¾"
12Ǭ" (30" HOOD)
15Ǭ" (36" HOOD)
ELECTRICAL
ACCESS HOLE
(IN WALL)
REAR HOOD
MOUNTING
SCREWS (2)
CENTER LINE
WOOD SHIMS
(RECESSED-BOTTOM
CABINETS ONLY)
CENTER
LINE
ELECTRICAL
ACCESS HOLE
(IN WALL)
7-IN. ROUND
VERTICAL DUCTING
9¾"
8" DIA.
HOLE
Ǫ
1½"
ELECTRICAL ACCESS
HOLE (IN CABINET BOTTOM)
12Ǭ" (30" HOOD)
15Ǭ" (36" HOOD)
REAR HOOD MOUNTING SCREWS (2)
2 ] Install part-way two (2) ROUND HEAD no. 8 x 5/8” mounting screws into shims/cabinet,
according to the proper diagram above, the other 2 ROUND HEAD no. 8 x 5/8” mounting
screws will be used later. (Mounting screws are included in parts bag, but wood shims and
shim mounting screws are not included.)
INSTALLATION MANUAL
12Ǭ" (30" HOOD)
15Ǭ" (36" HOOD)
7¼"
9¾"
12⅞" (30" HOOD)
15⅞" (36" HOOD)
INSTALLATION
7-IN. ROUND
DUCT
ACCESS
4¹¹/16" HOLE
13/16"
3/16"
HORIZONTAL DUCT
ACCESS HOLE
CABINET
7¼"
BOTTOM
12⅞" (30" HOOD)
15⅞" (36" HOOD)
5¼"
CENTER
LINE
1⅜"
VERTICAL DUCT
ACCESS HOLE
3/4"
ELECTRICAL ACCESS
HOLE (IN CABINET BOTTOM)
12⅞" (30" HOOD)
12⅞" (30" HOOD)
15⅞" (36" HOOD)
15⅞" (36" HOOD)
REAR HOOD MOUNTING SCREWS (2)
WOOD SHIMS
HORIZONTAL DUCTING
(RECESSED-BOTTOM
CABINETS ONLY) CABINET FRONT
13/16"
3/16"
3Ǭ"
CABINET
BOTTOM
9¾"
7¼"
7¼"
1Ǫ"
VERTICAL DUCT
ACCESS HOLE
47/16"
CABINET
BOTTOM
9¾"
5¼"
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Install the Hood (Standard Installation)
NOTE: Two installers are recommended because of the weight of this hood.
1 ] Run house power cable between service panel and hood location. For hood with power cable
access located on back of hood, run the house power cable into the hood through the strain
relief previously installed in step 6 on page 11. For hood with power cable access located on top,
tighten the strain relief to the power cable before inserting the strain relief in the knockout hole.
2 ] Hang hood from (2) rear mounting screws previously installed. Slide hood back towards wall
until mounting screw heads are engaged in narrow end sewdof keyhole slots in top of hood.
Tighten screws securely and maintain a hold on the hood until completing step 3.
3 ] Secure the hood to the cabinet using two (2) no. 8 x 5/8” round head wood screws and
washers (screws and washers included in parts bag). Insert one (1) screw and washer per
side, in the slots (as shown below). Attach power cable to the hood using the strain relief.
INSTALLATION MANUAL
INSTALLATION
Screw previously
tighten in step 2.
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BACK OF HOOD
DUCTED INSTALLATION ONLY
4 ] Connect ductwork to hood and use metal foil duct tape to make joints secure and air-tight.
Make sure the damper assembly (or round duct plate) enters the ductwork and that the
damper opens and closes freely.
Connect the Wiring
! WARNING
Risk of electric shock. Electrical wiring must be done by qualified
personnel in accordance with all applicable codes and standards.
Before connecting wires, switch power off at service panel and lock
service disconnecting means to prevent power from being switched
on accidentally.
MOTORS
GROUND
WIRE
GROUND
SCREW
HOUSE
POWER CABLE
1 ] Connect House Power Cable to range hood wiring: BLACK to BLACK, WHITE to WHITE and
GREEN or bare wire under GREEN ground screw.
5
4
6
3
9
7
8
2
1
8
1
BACK OF HOOD
LOCK NUTS
B
MAGNETS
3 ] Reinstall the decorative panel to the hood by hanging it back on its 3 hooks (A), then tilt it
until it reaches the 3 magnets on blowers cover (B).
INSTALLATION MANUAL
A
INSTALLATION
2 ] Reinstall the blowers cover plate using both lock nuts and 9 screws previously removed in
step 4 on page 10. Pay attention to screw 1 and screw 8 location; from back of hood point of
view, screw 8 must be located on left side of the lock nut and screw 1 must be located on
right side of the lock nut (see insets).
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Ground
Neutral
Line
RF
Communication
WIRING DIAGRAM
J6
ADA override
W
Control Board
BK
4
6
8
10
3
5
7
9
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
2
1
1
2
3
4
5
J7
User interface
J1
Transformer
J4
LED
1 2 3 4 5 6
J2
Power, Motor
22
1
2
3
4
5
J8
4
3
2
1
120 V AC
INSTALLATION MANUAL
BK
G/Y
BK
PP
R (Low)
O (Medium)
BK (High)
W
R
GRY
BL
CN3
GRY
GRY
BL
1
2
3
4
R
W
R
BK
R
BK
R
Fuse 5 A
User interface
W
BK
W
W
W
LED
LED
1
2
3
4
5
W
1
2
3
4
5
PP
G/Y
PP
6
5
4
3
2
1
6
5
4
3
2
1
W
O
BK
G/Y
R
FAN MOTOR
W
O
BK
G/Y
R
FAN MOTOR
PN
PP
R
W
Y
COLOR CODE
BLACK
BLUE
BROWN
GREY
GREEN/YELLOW
ORANGE
G/Y
BK
O 120
BL 88
PP 60
PN 45
Y 10
W
W
BK
BL
BN
GRY
G/Y
O
GRY
BN
GRY
BN
PINK
PURPLE
RED
WHITE
YELLOW
BK
BK
BK
BK
EQLD1 SERIES
EQLD1 SERIES
C
B
Q
D
N
F
E
H
P
G
M
O
I
J
K
J
L
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
12
13
14
15
16
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S97020031
SR680508
S97020534
S97020469
S97020416
S97020797
S97020415
SR99420635
S99010452
S99400093
S98011856-002
S98011856-003
S97020417
S97020444
S97020445
S97020442
S97020441
S97020796
*
S97020360
RECIRCULATION COVER PLATE, STAINLESS STEEL (INCL. SCREWS)
7'' ROUND DUCT PLATE (INCLUDING SCREWS)
3¼” X 10” DAMPER ASS’Y (INCLUDING SCREWS)
3¼” X 14” DAMPER ASS’Y (INCLUDING SCREWS)
CAPACITOR (INCLUDING TIE WRAP)
AUTOTRANSFORMER (WITH SCREWS)
BLOWER ASS'Y CW (INCLUDING ITEMS 5 AND 8 AND HARDWARE)
CLIP FOR FANPELLER
GREASE FILTER - PERIPHERAL -TYPE H2 (SET OF 2)
BUSHING (SET OF 8)
DECORATIVE PANEL
DECORATIVE PANEL
BLOWER ASS'Y CCW (INCLUDING ITEMS 5 AND 8 AND HARDWARE)
LED MODULE (PAIR)
TRANSFORMER 24 V 18 VA (WITH SCREWS)
RF RECEIVER BOARD
INFRARED SENSING CONTROL
WIRE HARNESS WITH AUTOTRANSFORMER AND FUSE
PARTS BAG INCLUDING: 4 METAL SCREWS NO. 8-18 X 1/2”,
4 WASHERS, 6 ROUND HEAD NO. 8 X 5/8” WOOD SCREWS,
6 NO. 8 X 1/2” COUNTERSUNK WOOD SCREWS
NON-DUCTED FILTER - TYPE XH (PAIR) (NON-DUCTED INSTAL. ONLY)
EASY INSTALL KIT (INCLUDING HARDWARE)
OPTIONAL REMOTE CONTROL
11
*
*
*
S99010451
S97020470
HCR3
* ITEM NOT SHOWN.
QUANTITY
30" 36"
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
REPLACEMENT PARTS AND REPAIRS
In order to ensure your unit remains in good working condition, you must use Broan-NuTone LLC genuine replacement parts only. BroanNuTone LLC genuine replacement parts are specially designed for each unit and are manufactured to comply with all the applicable
certification standards and maintain a high standard of safety. Any third party replacement part used may cause serious damage and
drastically reduce the performance level of your unit, which will result in premature failing. Broan-NuTone LLC recommends to contact a
certified service depot for all replacement parts and repairs.
INSTALLATION MANUAL
PART NO.
SERVICE PARTS
KEY NO.
23
WARRANTY
INSTALLATION MANUAL
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Limited Warranty
Warranty Period and Exclusions: Broan-NuTone LLC (the “Company”) warrants to the original consumer purchaser of
its product (“you”) that the product (the “Product”) will be free from material defects in the Product or its workmanship for
a period of one (1) year from the date of original purchase (or such longer period as may be required by applicable law).
For Range Hood Product that includes built-in LED modules, the Company warrants the LED modules and driver to be
free from material defects for a period of three (3) years from the date of purchase. The limited warranty period for any
replacement parts provided by the Company and for any Products repaired or replaced under this limited warranty shall be
the remainder of the original warranty period (or such longer period as may be required by applicable law).
This warranty does not cover fluorescent lamp starters, tubes, halogen and incandescent bulbs, fuses, filters, ducts, roof
caps, wall caps and other accessories for ducting that may be purchased separately and installed with the Product. This
warranty also does not cover (a) normal maintenance and service, (b) normal wear and tear, (c) any Products or parts
which have been subject to misuse, abuse, abnormal usage, negligence, accident, improper or insufficient maintenance,
storage or repair (other than repair by the Company), (d) damage caused by faulty installation, or installation or use
contrary to recommendations or instructions, (e) any Product that has been moved from its original point of installation,
(f) damage caused by environmental or natural elements, (g) damage in transit, (h) natural wear of finish, (i) Products
in commercial or nonresidential use, or (j) damage caused by fire, flood or other act of God or (k) Products with altered,
defaced or removed serial numbers. This warranty covers only Products sold to original consumers in the United States by
the Company or its U.S. distributors authorized by the Company.
This warranty supersedes all prior warranties and, subject to applicable law, is not transferable from the original consumer
purchaser.
No Other Warranties: This Limited Warranty contains the Company’s sole obligation and your sole remedy for defective
products. The foregoing warranties are exclusive and in lieu of any other warranties and conditions, express or implied. THE
COMPANY DISCLAIMS AND EXCLUDES ALL OTHER EXPRESS WARRANTIES AND CONDITIONS, AND DISCLAIMS
AND EXCLUDES ALL WARRANTIES AND CONDITIONS IMPLIED BY LAW, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION
THOSE OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. To the extent that applicable law
prohibits the exclusion of implied warranties or conditions, the duration of any applicable implied warranty or condition is
limited to the period specified for the express warranty above. Some jurisdictions do not allow limitations on how long an
implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you. Any oral or written description of the Product is for the
sole purpose of identifying it and shall not be construed as an express warranty.
Whenever possible, each provision of this Limited Warranty shall be interpreted in such manner as to be effective and valid
under applicable law, but if any provision is held to be prohibited or invalid, such provision shall be ineffective only to the
extent of such prohibition or invalidity, without invalidating the remainder of such provision or the other remaining provisions
of the Limited Warranty.
Remedy: During the applicable limited warranty period, the Company will, at its option, provide replacement parts for, or
repair or replace, without charge, any Product or part thereof, to the extent the Company finds it to be covered by and in
breach of this limited warranty under normal use and service. The Company will ship the repaired or replaced Product or
replacement parts to you at no charge. You are responsible for all costs for removal, reinstallation and shipping, insurance or
other freight charges incurred in the shipment of the Product or part to the Company. If you must send the Product or part to
the Company, as instructed by the Company, you must properly pack the Product or part—the Company is not responsible
for damage in transit. The Company reserves the right to utilize reconditioned, refurbished, repaired or remanufactured
Products or parts in the warranty repair or replacement process. Such Products and parts will be comparable in function
and performance to an original Product or part and warranted for the remainder of the original warranty period (or such
longer period as may be required by applicable law).
Company reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to refund the money actually paid by you for the Product in lieu of repair or
replacement. If the Product or component is no longer available, replacement may be made with a similar product of equal
or greater value, at Company’s sole discretion. This is your sole and exclusive remedy for breach of this limited warranty.
Exclusion of Damages: THE COMPANY’S OBLIGATION TO PROVIDE REPLACEMENT PARTS, OR REPAIR,
REPLACE OR REFUND, AT THE COMPANY’S OPTION, SHALL BE YOUR SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY UNDER
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY AND THE COMPANY’S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE OBLIGATION. THE COMPANY SHALL
NOT BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT, CONSEQUENTIAL OR SPECIAL DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF OR IN
CONNECTION WITH THE PRODUCT, ITS USE OR PERFORMANCE. Incidental damages include but are not limited to
such damages as loss of time and loss of use. Consequential damages include but are not limited to the cost of repairing
or replacing other property which was damaged if the Product does not work properly.
THE COMPANY SHALL NOT BE LIABLE TO YOU, OR TO ANYONE CLAIMING UNDER YOU, FOR ANY OTHER
OBLIGATIONS OR LIABILITIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, OBLIGATIONS OR LIABILITIES ARISING
OUT OF BREACH OF CONTRACT OR WARRANTY, NEGLIGENCE OR OTHER TORT OR ANY THEORY OF STRICT
LIABILITY, WITH RESPECT TO THE PRODUCT OR THE COMPANY’S ACTS OR OMISSIONS OR OTHERWISE.
Some jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation
or exclusion may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights, which
vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. The disclaimers, exclusions, and limitations of liability under this warranty will not apply
to the extent prohibited by applicable law.
This warranty covers only replacement or repair of defective Products or parts thereof at the Company’s main facility and
does not include the cost of field service travel and living expenses.
Any assistance the Company provides to or procures for you outside the terms, limitations or exclusions of this limited warranty
will not constitute a waiver of such terms, limitations or exclusions, nor will such assistance extend or revive the warranty.
The Company will not reimburse you for any expenses incurred by you in repairing or replacing any defective Product,
except for those incurred with the Company’s prior written permission.
How to Obtain Warranty Service: To qualify for warranty service, you must (a) notify the Company at the address or
telephone number stated below within seven (7) days of discovering the covered defect, (b) give the model number and part
identification and (c) describe the nature of any defect in the Product or part. At the time of requesting warranty service, you
must present evidence of the original purchase date. If you cannot provide a copy of the original written limited warranty,
then the terms of the Company’s most current written limited warranty for your particular product will control. The most
current limited written warranties for the Company’s products can be found at www.broan.com.
Broan-NuTone LLC 926 West State Street, Hartford, WI 53027 www.broan.com 800-558-1711
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