Best 634 6-8 Round 3.25x10 Roof Cap INSH 99040511H

Best 634 6-8 Round 3.25x10 Roof Cap INSH 99040511H
6” - 8” ROUND OR 3¼” x 10”
ROOF CAP INSTALLATION &
MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
6” - 8” ROUND OR 3¼” x 10”
ROOF CAP INSTALLATION &
MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
6” - 8” ROUND OR 3¼” x 10”
ROOF CAP INSTALLATION &
MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
6” - 8” ROUND OR 3¼” x 10”
ROOF CAP INSTALLATION &
MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLATION
Plan installation carefully. Before installing roof cap,
make sure that birdscreen is in place. Refer to Figure
3 under “MAINTENANCE” section.
Roof cap will accept up to 3¼” x 10” rectangular or 8”
round duct. Ductwork may enter roof cap as shown in
Figures 1A & 1B. Tape all joints with duct tape to prevent
air and water leaks.
INSTALLATION
Plan installation carefully. Before installing roof cap,
make sure that birdscreen is in place. Refer to Figure
3 under “MAINTENANCE” section.
Roof cap will accept up to 3¼” x 10” rectangular or 8”
round duct. Ductwork may enter roof cap as shown in
Figures 1A & 1B. Tape all joints with duct tape to prevent
air and water leaks.
INSTALLATION
Plan installation carefully. Before installing roof cap,
make sure that birdscreen is in place. Refer to Figure
3 under “MAINTENANCE” section.
Roof cap will accept up to 3¼” x 10” rectangular or 8”
round duct. Ductwork may enter roof cap as shown in
Figures 1A & 1B. Tape all joints with duct tape to prevent
air and water leaks.
INSTALLATION
Plan installation carefully. Before installing roof cap,
make sure that birdscreen is in place. Refer to Figure
3 under “MAINTENANCE” section.
Roof cap will accept up to 3¼” x 10” rectangular or 8”
round duct. Ductwork may enter roof cap as shown in
Figures 1A & 1B. Tape all joints with duct tape to prevent
air and water leaks.
Figure 1A
Figure 1A
Figure 1A
Figure 1A
Figure 1B
Figure 1B
Figure 1B
Figure 1B
1. Cut hole in roof approximately ½” larger than ductwork.
2. Insert ductwork through opening and run it back to
fan or range hood. Leave a maximum of ¾” of duct
projecting above roof surface on the high side.
1. Cut hole in roof approximately ½” larger than ductwork.
2. Insert ductwork through opening and run it back to
fan or range hood. Leave a maximum of ¾” of duct
projecting above roof surface on the high side.
1. Cut hole in roof approximately ½” larger than ductwork.
2. Insert ductwork through opening and run it back to
fan or range hood. Leave a maximum of ¾” of duct
projecting above roof surface on the high side.
1. Cut hole in roof approximately ½” larger than ductwork.
2. Insert ductwork through opening and run it back to
fan or range hood. Leave a maximum of ¾” of duct
projecting above roof surface on the high side.
3. Trim ductwork parallel to roof pitch.
3. Trim ductwork parallel to roof pitch.
3. Trim ductwork parallel to roof pitch.
3. Trim ductwork parallel to roof pitch.
Figure 2
ROOF CEMENT
(Seal shingles to roof cap
on sides and top)
Figure 2
NAILS
(Seal all nail heads
with roof cement)
4. Carefully lift shingles and slide back flange of roof
cap under shingles. Nail flange to roof under shingles
at top two corners and two sides. Nail directly to roof
in four places at bottom. (Figure 2)
5. Use roof cement to seal shingles to top and sides
of roof cap. Seal all nail heads with roof cement as
well.
ROOF CEMENT
(Seal shingles to roof cap
on sides and top)
Figure 2
NAILS
(Seal all nail heads
with roof cement)
4. Carefully lift shingles and slide back flange of roof
cap under shingles. Nail flange to roof under shingles
at top two corners and two sides. Nail directly to roof
in four places at bottom. (Figure 2)
5. Use roof cement to seal shingles to top and sides
of roof cap. Seal all nail heads with roof cement as
well.
ROOF CEMENT
(Seal shingles to roof cap
on sides and top)
Figure 2
NAILS
(Seal all nail heads
with roof cement)
4. Carefully lift shingles and slide back flange of roof
cap under shingles. Nail flange to roof under shingles
at top two corners and two sides. Nail directly to roof
in four places at bottom. (Figure 2)
5. Use roof cement to seal shingles to top and sides
of roof cap. Seal all nail heads with roof cement as
well.
ROOF CEMENT
(Seal shingles to roof cap
on sides and top)
NAILS
(Seal all nail heads
with roof cement)
4. Carefully lift shingles and slide back flange of roof
cap under shingles. Nail flange to roof under shingles
at top two corners and two sides. Nail directly to roof
in four places at bottom. (Figure 2)
5. Use roof cement to seal shingles to top and sides
of roof cap. Seal all nail heads with roof cement as
well.
MAINTENANCE
To replace damper flap or gasket material:
1. Remove birdscreen, using sharp pointed tool. Pull
screen down and pop it out. (Figure 3)
2. Remove screw (Item #8) in center of damper plate
assembly and pull assembly out.
3. Pull out damper rod and lift damper flap out.
4. Replace defective or worn parts and reinstall damper
flap with rib in flap facing up.
5. Slide damper plate assembly into grooves on inside
of cap and replace screw. Make sure that damper
opens freely.
6. Replace screen and position as shown.
NOTE: The high quality paint coating on our outdoor
accessories may be used as the exterior finish or as
a prime coat for the finish of your choice. Apply the
coating best suited for the special conditions of your
application.
Figure 3
KEY
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MAINTENANCE
To replace damper flap or gasket material:
1. Remove birdscreen, using sharp pointed tool. Pull
screen down and pop it out. (Figure 3)
2. Remove screw (Item #8) in center of damper plate
assembly and pull assembly out.
3. Pull out damper rod and lift damper flap out.
4. Replace defective or worn parts and reinstall damper
flap with rib in flap facing up.
5. Slide damper plate assembly into grooves on inside
of cap and replace screw. Make sure that damper
opens freely.
6. Replace screen and position as shown.
NOTE: The high quality paint coating on our outdoor
accessories may be used as the exterior finish or as
a prime coat for the finish of your choice. Apply the
coating best suited for the special conditions of your
application.
Figure 3
PART NO.
97006176
97006250
98005577
98005584
98005598
98005581
99500321
99500322
98005576
99170245
99150576
DESCRIPTION
Housing (Painted)
Housing (Aluminum)
Bird Screen
Damper Plate (Painted)
Damper Plate (Aluminum)
Damper Flap
Long Sealant Strip
Short Sealant Strip
Damper Rod
Screw (Black)
Screw (Silver)
Broan-NuTone LLC Hartford, WI
www.broan.com 1-800-558-1711
99040511H
KEY
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MAINTENANCE
To replace damper flap or gasket material:
1. Remove birdscreen, using sharp pointed tool. Pull
screen down and pop it out. (Figure 3)
2. Remove screw (Item #8) in center of damper plate
assembly and pull assembly out.
3. Pull out damper rod and lift damper flap out.
4. Replace defective or worn parts and reinstall damper
flap with rib in flap facing up.
5. Slide damper plate assembly into grooves on inside
of cap and replace screw. Make sure that damper
opens freely.
6. Replace screen and position as shown.
NOTE: The high quality paint coating on our outdoor
accessories may be used as the exterior finish or as
a prime coat for the finish of your choice. Apply the
coating best suited for the special conditions of your
application.
Figure 3
PART NO.
97006176
97006250
98005577
98005584
98005598
98005581
99500321
99500322
98005576
99170245
99150576
DESCRIPTION
Housing (Painted)
Housing (Aluminum)
Bird Screen
Damper Plate (Painted)
Damper Plate (Aluminum)
Damper Flap
Long Sealant Strip
Short Sealant Strip
Damper Rod
Screw (Black)
Screw (Silver)
Broan-NuTone LLC Hartford, WI
www.broan.com 1-800-558-1711
99040511H
KEY
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MAINTENANCE
To replace damper flap or gasket material:
1. Remove birdscreen, using sharp pointed tool. Pull
screen down and pop it out. (Figure 3)
2. Remove screw (Item #8) in center of damper plate
assembly and pull assembly out.
3. Pull out damper rod and lift damper flap out.
4. Replace defective or worn parts and reinstall damper
flap with rib in flap facing up.
5. Slide damper plate assembly into grooves on inside
of cap and replace screw. Make sure that damper
opens freely.
6. Replace screen and position as shown.
NOTE: The high quality paint coating on our outdoor
accessories may be used as the exterior finish or as
a prime coat for the finish of your choice. Apply the
coating best suited for the special conditions of your
application.
Figure 3
PART NO.
97006176
97006250
98005577
98005584
98005598
98005581
99500321
99500322
98005576
99170245
99150576
DESCRIPTION
Housing (Painted)
Housing (Aluminum)
Bird Screen
Damper Plate (Painted)
Damper Plate (Aluminum)
Damper Flap
Long Sealant Strip
Short Sealant Strip
Damper Rod
Screw (Black)
Screw (Silver)
Broan-NuTone LLC Hartford, WI
www.broan.com 1-800-558-1711
99040511H
KEY
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
PART NO.
97006176
97006250
98005577
98005584
98005598
98005581
99500321
99500322
98005576
99170245
99150576
DESCRIPTION
Housing (Painted)
Housing (Aluminum)
Bird Screen
Damper Plate (Painted)
Damper Plate (Aluminum)
Damper Flap
Long Sealant Strip
Short Sealant Strip
Damper Rod
Screw (Black)
Screw (Silver)
Broan-NuTone LLC Hartford, WI
www.broan.com 1-800-558-1711
99040511H
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