Kobe Range Hoods Ventilation Hood CH9630SQB User manual

Kobe Range Hoods Ventilation Hood CH9630SQB User manual
KOBE Brand Range Hood
Model No. CH9630SQB (30”)
CH9636SQB (36”)
CH9642SQB (42”)
CH9648SQB (48”)
CH-196 SERIES – 10” HEIGHT
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
AND OPERATION MANUAL
- READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS -
CONTENTS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS .........................................................................1
COMPONENTS OF PACKAGE .......................................................................................3
INSTALLATION................................................................................................................4
UNDER THE CABINET INSTALLATION ............................................................ 6
STAND ALONE INSTALLATION ........................................................................ 9
OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS ......................................................................................13
MAINTENANCE .............................................................................................................15
SPECIFICATIONS..........................................................................................................17
MEASUREMENTS & DIAGRAMS.................................................................................18
PARTS LIST...................................................................................................................23
CIRCUIT DIAGRAM.......................................................................................................27
DISCLAIMER .................................................................................................................29
WARRANTY...................................................................................................................30
PRODUCT REGISTRATION..........................................................................................32
– 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 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
WARNING:
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This warranty is invalid without an authorized agent’s receipt or if
unit is damaged due to misuse, poor installation, improper use,
mistreatment, negligence or any other ci rcumstances 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.
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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.
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF PERSONAL INJURY IN THE EVENT OF A RANGE
TOP GREASE FIRE:
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.
Always turn hood ON when cooking at high heat.
Use high settings on cooking range ONLY when necessary.
Do not leave cooking range unattended when cooking.
Always use cookware and utensils appropriate for the type and amount of food prepared.
Use this unit only in the manner intended by the manufacturer.
Before servicing, switch power off at service panel and lock service panel (if possible) to prevent
power from switching on accidentally.
Clean ventilating fan frequently.
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What to Do In The Event Of a Range Top Grease Fire
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SMOTHER FLAMES with a close 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 violent 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
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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, two people installation 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.
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COMPONENTS OF PACKAGE
(Must keep all material for returns or refunds)
Range Hood Box
Duct Cover Box (Sold Separately)
{A} KOBE Range Hood
{B} Warranty Registration Card
{C} Instruction Manual
{D} Baffle Filter
-- 2 (30” , 36”, 42”)
-- 3 (48”)
{E} Stainless Steel Spacer
-- 2 (30”)
-- 2 (36”)
-- 3 (42”)
-- 2 (48”)
{F} Hood-Mounting Bracket w/ Screws Set
{G} Rubber Stand
{H} Oil Tunnel
{I} KOBE Duct Cover
(Model No. CH1120DC)
{J} Inner Duct Cover-Mounting Bracket
{K} Outer Duct Cover-Mounting Bracket
{L} Screws Package
{I}
Inner Duct
Cover
Outer Duct
Cover
{A}
{J}
{B}
{C}
{K}
{D}
{E}
{F}
{G}
{L}
Rubber Stand (2 pcs)
3/16" X 1/2" (8 pcs)
{H}
1/8" X 3/8" (4 pcs)
FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE VISIT OUR W EBSITE WWW.KOBERANGEHOODS.COM
OR CONTACT KOBE RANGE HOODS AT (626) 350-1355.
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INSTALLATION
PLEASE READ ENTIRE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE PROCEEDING
Calculation before Installation
To calculate installation, please refer to TABLE 1 or 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 (Recommended 27” to 30”)
D = Height of Hood
E = Height of the Cabinet
- FOR STAND ALONE (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 (Recommended 27” to 30”)
D = Height of Hood
E = Height of Duct Cover [F – D]
F = Height of the Hood Installation
[A – (B+C)]
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SAFETY WARNING
HOOD MAY HAVE VERY SHARP EDGES; PLEASE WEAR PROTECTIVE GLOVES IF IT IS
NECESSARY TO REMOVE ANY PARTS FOR INSTALLING, CLEANING OR SERVICING.
NOTE: BE CAREFUL WHEN USING ELECTRICAL SCREWDRIVER, DAMAGE TO THE HOOD
MAY OCCUR.
Installation Contents
UNDER THE CABINET INSTALLATION ........................................................................6
PREPARATION BEFORE INSTALLATION ............................................................................. 6
HOOD INSTALLATION ...................................................................................................... 6
DUCTWORK INSTALLATION .............................................................................................. 7
W IRING TO POWER SUPPLY ............................................................................................ 7
ACCESSORIES ................................................................................................................ 8
FINAL ASSEMBLY............................................................................................................ 8
STAND ALONE INSTALLATION .....................................................................................9
PREPARATION BEFORE INSTALLATION ............................................................................. 9
HOOD PREPARATION BEFORE INSTALLATION ................................................................... 9
HOOD INSTALLATION ...................................................................................................... 9
W IRING TO POWER SUPPLY .......................................................................................... 10
DUCT COVER INSTALLATION ......................................................................................... 11
ACCESSORIES .............................................................................................................. 11
FINAL ASSEMBLY.......................................................................................................... 12
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UNDER THE CABINET INSTALLATION
Preparation before Installation
Figure 1
NOTE: TO AVOID DAMAGE TO YOUR HOOD,
PREVENT DEBRIS FROM ENTERING THE
VENT OPENING.
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•
Decide the location of the venting pipe
from the hood to the outside. Refer to
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.
Important: 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 provided) on each
side. Refer to Figure 2.
Using references in TABLE 1 and
Measurements and Diagrams on page
18, create access opening for electrical
wires and hood exhaust under the
cabinet.
Figure 2
.
Figure 3
Hood Installation
CAUTION: If moving the cooking
range is necessary to install the hood, turn
off the power on an electric range at the
main electrical box. SHUT OFF THE GAS
BEFORE MOVING A GAS RANGE.
1. Puncture the knockout holes (for mounting
under the cabinet) on the hood as shown in
Figure 3.
2. If necessary, attach two rubber stands
(provided) with 3M adhesive tapes
(provided) to the back corners of the hood.
3. Using references in TABLE 1 and
Measurements and Diagrams on page 18
center the hood beneath the cabinet and
flush with the front of the cabinet.
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4. Draw electrical wires through cabinet
access opening.
5. From inside of the hood, place screw (not
provided) into the exact center of each
knockout hole and secure to cabinet bottom.
Once all mounting screws are in place,
finish tightening screws until secure.
Figure 4
CAUTION:
MAKE SURE THE
HOOD IS SECURE BEFORE RELEASING.
6. For safety purpose, pre-drilled mounting
holes are provided through the back of the
hood. For a more secure installation, use as
many mounting holes as needed to secure
from the inside of hood (screws not
provided).
Figure 5
Ductwork Installation
7. Use 7” round steel pipe (follow building
codes in your area) to connect the exhaust
on the hood to the ductwork above. Use
duct tape to make all joints secure and air
tight. Refer to Figure 4.
Wiring to Powe r Supply
Figure 6
SAFETY WARNING
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. Connect the electrical wires.
- Connect three wires (black, white and
green) to house wires and cap with wire
connectors. Connect according to color:
black to black, white to white, and green
to green as shown in Figure 5.
- Store wires in the wiring box.
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Figure 7
Accessories
9. Drop oil tunnel into recess support near rear
of hood. Refer to Figure 6.
10. Install baffle filters and stainless spacer(s).
Refer to Measurements and Diagrams on
page 22 for baffle filter and stainless spacer
placement. Angle baffle filter toward back of
hood . Push baffle filter up until almost
level . Slide forward into recess behind
the front of hood . Lower baffle filter .
Slide back until it fits into resting position .
Refer to Figure 7.
11. Repeat step 10 to install all baffle filters and
stainless spacer(s).
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2
Final Assembl y
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3
12. Turn power ON in control panel. Check all
light and fan operation.
13. Make sure to leave this manual for the
homeowner.
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8
STAND ALONE INSTALLATION
*** This installation only applies if installing with
the CH1120DC duct cover.
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. (Figure 8)
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.
Important: Peel protective film off the
hood and duct covers, if any.
Use duct tape to seal joints between pipe
sections.
If necessary, prepare back wall frame with
cross framing lumber for secure
installation.
Using references in TABLE 2 and
measurements on pages 19-21, determine
the level of the lumber. (Figure 9)
Figure 9
Hood Preparation before
Installation
Figure 10
If necessary, attach two rubber stands
(provided) with 3M adhesive tapes
(provided) to the back corners of the
hood.
• Attach the outer duct cover-mounting
bracket {K} (provided) to the hoodmounting bracket {F} (provided) with two
(3/16” x 1/2”) screws (provided) as shown
in Figure 10.
• Attach the hood-mounting bracket {F} to
the back of the hood with six (3/16” x 1/2”)
screws (provided) as shown In Figure 11.
•
Figure 11
Hood Installation
CAUTION: If moving the cooking range
to install the hood is necessary, turn off the
power on an electric range at the main
electrical box. SHUT OFF THE GAS BEFORE
MOVING A GAS RANGE.
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1. Using references in TABLE 1 and
Measurements and Diagrams on pages 19-21,
mark the leveling point of the hood. Position
two mounting screws (not provided) on the
wall, leaving 1/8” space away from the wall.
2. Puncture the knockout wire access hole at
the back of the hood and draw the electrical
wires through as shown in Figure 12.
3. Align hood-mounting bracket to the screws on
the wall and hook hood into place as shown in
Figure 13. Tighten screws to secure hood to
the wall.
4. For safety purpose, pre-drilled mounting holes
are provided through the back of the hood.
For a more secure installation, use as many
mounting holes as needed to secure from the
inside of hood (screws not provided).
CAUTION: MAKE SURE HOOD IS
SECURE BEFORE RELEASING.
Figure 12
Figure 13
WALL
Wiring to Powe r Supply
SAFETY WARNING
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 14
5. Connect the electrical wires.
- Connect three wires (black, white and
green) to house wires and cap with wire
connectors. Connect according to color:
black to black, white to white, and green
to green as shown on Figure 14.
- Store wires in the wiring box.
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Duct Co ver Installation
Figure 15
6. Mark the position of the inner duct covermounting bracket {J} (provided).
Use
reference
E
from
TABLE
2
and
Measurements and Diagrams on page 20-21.
Attach and secure inner duct cover-mounting
bracket {J} with two screws (not provided) to
the wall. Refer to Figure 15. NOTE: Inner
duct cover will be attached to the mounting
bracket.
7. Use 7” round steel pipe (follow building codes
in your area) to connect the round exhaust on
the hood to the ductwork above. Use duct
tape to make all joints secure and air tight.
8. Slide the inner duct cover up 2 inches
before sliding the entire duct cover onto the
hood. Refer to Figure 16.
9. Adjust the height of the inner duct cover to the
inner duct cover-mounting bracket {J}.
Secure the inner duct cover with two (1/8” x
3/8”) screws (provided).
10. Fasten outer duct cover to outer duct covermounting bracket {K} with two (1/8” x 3/8”)
screws (provided) as shown in Figure 17.
Figure 16
Accessories
Figure 17
11. Drop oil tunnel into recess support near rear
of hood. Refer to Figure 18.
12. Install baffle filters and stainless spacer(s).
Refer to Measurements and Diagrams on
page 22 for baffle filter and stainless spacer
placement. Angle baffle filter toward back of
hood . Push baffle filter up until almost level
. Slide forward into recess behind the front
of hood . Lower baffle filter . Slide back
until it fits into resting position . Refer to
Figure 19.
13. Repeat step 12 to install all baffle filters and
stainless spacer(s).
Figure 18
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Figure 19
Final Assembl y
14. Turn power ON in control panel. Check all
light and fan operation.
15. Make sure to leave this manual for the
homeowner.
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3
5
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OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
This KOBE hood is equipped with six electronic controls, two powerful centrifugal squirrel
cages with stainless steel oil tunnel, stainless steel baffle filters and spacer(s), and bright 12volt 20-watt halogen lights (2 for 30” & 36” and 3 for 42” & 48”).
The six electronic buttons control the Light, Speed (QuietMode™, Low, Medium & High) and
Power (On/Off). The Power Control offers a 10-second delay startup, 3-minute delay shutoff or
immediate shutoff. The Light Control operates independently from the Power Control and is
not affected by the delay startup or shutoff. (Fig. 20)
Figure 20
Q
Light control
Speed control
Power control
Turning Fan ON:
Always turn fans on before cooking to establish air flow and allow fans to run for a few minutes
after cooking for cleaner air in the kitchen. The Power Control (On/Off) button must be
pressed before a Speed Control button can be activated.
- Press the Power Control (On/Off) button once. The four LED lights above the Speed
Controls will flash, if a Speed Control button is not pressed within 10 seconds, power
will be automatically released. Note: The light setting will not be affected by the Power
Control (On/Off) button.
- Press a Speed Control button to activate the desired speed (the LED light above the
button will light up).
- To change the fan speed, press the button for the desired speed. The LED light above
the speed button will indicate fan speed.
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Figure 21
Turning Fan OFF:
The 3-Minute Delay function will only turn off fans. The light settings will not be affected by the
delay function.
3-Minute Delay
- Press Power Control (On/Off) button once, the LED light for the active speed will flash
and fans will shut off after 3 minutes.
- During this 3-minute delay, changing speeds will not affect the 3 minute countdown.
Immediate Shutoff
- Press Power Control (On/Off) button twice, the fans will be shut off immediately.
Light Control:
Light Control operates independently from the Power Control (On/Off) and 3-Minute Delay.
Pressing the Power Control button or activating the delay function will not turn halogen lights
on or off. The light has three settings: High, Low and Off.
- Press the Light Control button to turn halogen lights On.
- Pressing the Light Control button again will change the setting to Low.
- Each press of the Light Control button will cycle the light intensity through High, Low,
and Off.
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MAINTENANCE
SAFETY WARNING
NEVER PUT YOUR HAND INTO AREA HOUSING THE FAN WHILE THE FAN IS
OPERATING.
For optimal operation, clean range hood and all baffle/spacer/filter/oil tunnel/oil container regularly.
To Clean Hood Surface
CAUTION:
NEVER USE ABRASIVE CLEANERS, PADS, OR CLOTHS.
*** Regular care will help preserve the appearance of the hood.
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 cloth.
To Clean Baffle, Spacer, Filter, Oil Tunnel and Oil Container
CAUTION:
DRAIN OIL FROM BAFFLES, SPACER(S), FILTERS, OIL TUNNEL(S) AND OIL
CONTAINERS BEFORE OIL AND RESIDUE CAN OVERFLOW.
1. Remove all baffles, spacer(s), filters, oil tunnel(s), and oil containers. Follow directions for
installation in reverse.
2. Discard oil and residue.
3. Wash with warm soapy water. Dry thoroughly before replacing.
(Note: Stainless Steel Baffles, Spacer(s) & Oil Tunnel are top rack dishwasher safe.)
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To Replace Light Bulb
CAUTION:
HALOGEN LIGHT UNIT MAY BE HOT! WAIT UNTIL UNIT IS COOL.
1. Make sure all controls are off, and range hood is unplugged.
2. Place a flat-head screwdriver between light cover and housing to remove cover .
3. Gently pull defective bulb straight out and discard. Light bulbs should be 12V 20W
maximum.
4. Wear a cotton glove or use a cloth to handle the replacement bulb (do not handle with bare
fingers as this may shorten the life of the bulb). Push gently but securely into light socket.
NOTE: DO NOT PUSH TOO HARD AS BULB “LEGS” MAY BREAK OFF.
5. Replace light cover .
6. Turn range hood ON to test for operation.
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SPECIFICATIONS
MODEL / SIZE
CH9630SQB / 30”
CH9636SQB / 36"
CH9642SQB / 42”
CH9648SQB / 48”
COLOR
#304 Commercial Grade Stainless Steel
CONSUMPTION / AMPERE
CH9630SQB – 300W / 3A
CH9636SQB – 300W / 3A
CH9642SQB – 300W / 3A
CH9648SQB – 300W / 3A
VOLTAGE
120V 60Hz
NUMBER OF MOTORS
2
DESIGN
Seamless / Satin Finish
MOTOR TYPE
Vertical Squirrel Cage
EXHAUST
Top 7” Round
CONTROLS
Six Electronic Buttons
HALOGEN LIGHTS
CH9630SQB - 12V 20W x 2
CH9636SQB - 12V 20W x 2
CH9642SQB - 12V 20W x 3
CH9648SQB - 12V 20W x 3
HOOD DIMENSION
(W x D x H)
(CH9630SQB)
(CH9636SQB)
(CH9642SQB)
(CH9648SQB)
WEIGHT (lbs)
SPEED
Air Capacity (cfm)*
Sone(dB)
29-3/4” x
35-3/4” x
41-3/4” x
47-3/4” x
22” x
22” x
22” x
22” x
10”
10”
10”
10”
Net
50
53
61
67
(CH9630SQB)
(CH9636SQB)
(CH9642SQB)
(CH9648SQB)
QuietMode

385
1.2(42)
*In House Test Static Pressure “0”. HVI Standard.
**Specifications information is subject to change without notice.
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Low
460
3.0(56)
Gross
61
66
76
85
Medium
560
4.0(60)
High
700
5.0(64)
MEASUREMENTS & DIAGRAMS
All ( ) are in millimeter.
All inch measurements are converted from millimeters. Inch measurements are estimated.
- FOR UNDER THE CABINET MODEL NO: CH9630SQB
CH9636SQB
CH9642SQB
CH9648SQB
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All ( ) are in millimeter.
All inch measurements are converted from millimeters. Inch measurements are estimated.
- FOR STAND ALONE (WITH OPTIONAL DUCT COVER) MODEL NO: CH9630SQB
CH9636SQB
CH9642SQB
CH9648SQB
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Rear Knockout Holes
3"
(7 5
) 3
"
(7 5
)
12
18 " (30
24 " (45 4) fo
"(
6
r
30
" (7 608) ) for 30"
3
f
60
) fo o r 4 2 6 "
"
r4
8"
3"
(7 5
) 3
"
(75
20
)
3/8" (9)
11/16" (18)
Hood-Mounting Bracket
4-3/4" (120)
9" (228)
7/8" (23)
1-3/8" (35)
8-5/8" (220)
9" (228)
10-1/4" (260)
DUCT COVER-MOUNTING BRACKET
Inner Duct Cover-Mounting Bracket
)
9)
1
(2
"
8
/
8-5
23 - 1 1 /4 "
(5
/8 "
(8 0 7 )
)
21
7/8" (22)
11
4"
/
3
-
8
(29
8)
(2 9 )
"
0
4
22
-3/
11 /8" (
8 -5
(3 2
.5)
1/8" (4.5)
1-3/16" (30)
1 -1
/4"
Outer Duct Cover-Mounting Bracket
1/8" ( 3.4)
BAFFLE FILTER & STAINLESS STEEL SPACERS
30″ H00D
42″ H00D
36″ H00D
48″ H00D
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PARTS LIST
MODEL NO.:
CH9630SQB
CH9636SQB
CH9642SQB
CH9648SQB
Body Components
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
A
B
C
D
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
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DESCRIPTION
Screws (3/16” x 3/8”)
Hood Casing
Hood-Mounting Bracket
Screws (3/16” x 3/8”)
Stainless Steel Oil Tunnel
Blower Assembly
Halogen Light Panel
Gasket
Screws (3/16” x 3/8”)
Halogen Light
Gasket
Stainless Steel Spacer
MODEL/SIZE
CH9630SQB
CH9636SQB
CH9642SQB
CH9648SQB
Baffle Filter
Baffle Handle
Electrical Assembly
Screws (3/16” x 3/8”)
Wiring Box
Screws (3/16” x 3/8”)
Switch Assembly
Screws (3/16” x 3/8”)
Board
Screws (3/16” x 3/8”)
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PART NO.
CH196-1
CH196-2
CH196-3
CH196-1
CH196-4
CH196-5
CH196-6
CH196-7
CH196-1
CH196-9
CH196-8
CH196-10
CH196-11
CH196-12
CH196-18
CH196-13
CH196-14
CH196-15
CH196-1
CH196-16
CH196-1
CH196-17
CH196-1
CH196-18
CH196-1
1
2
3
4
16
15
14
18
5
13
19
17
6
21
11
20
22
7
12A
12B
10
12C
12D
8
9
24
12
Blower Assembly
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
DESCRIPTION
Air Chamber
Screw Cap
Left Squirrel Cage
Left Locknut
Air Flow Grill
Screws (3/16” x 3/8”)
Right Locknut
Right Squirrel Cage
Gasket
Screws (3/16” x 3/8”)
Left Motor
Right Motor
Safety Screen
MODEL/SIZE
PART NO.
CH196-6.1
CH196-6.2
CH196-6.3
CH196-6.4
CH196-6.5
CH196-6.6
CH196-6.7
CH196-6.8
CH196-6.9
CH196-6.10
CH196-6.11
CH196-6.12
CH196-6.13
12
10
8
11
7
9
1
6
13
2
3
4
5
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Electrical Assembly
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
DESCRIPTION
Electrical Box
Screws (3/16” x 3/8”)
Processor Board
Electrical Box Cover
Setup Board
Gasket
Screws (3/16” x 3/8”)
Transformer
Screws (3/16” x 3/8”)
Capacitor
Screws (3/16” x 3/8”)
MODEL/SIZE
1
PART NO.
CH196-15.1
CH196-15.2
CH196-15.3
CH196-15.4
CH196-15.5
CH196-15.6
CH196-15.2
CH196-15.7
CH196-15.2
CH196-15.8
CH196-15.2
11
10
2
9
3
4
5
7
6
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CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
MODEL NO.:
CH9630SQB
CH9636SQB
CONTROL BOARD
PROCESSOR BOARD
RED
BLACK
HALOGEN LIGHT
WHITE
YELLOW
GREEN
BROWN
BROWN
RED
RED
GREEN
GREEN
WHITE
WHITE
RED
BLACK
BLACK
WHITE
BLACK
RED
120V 60Hz
MOTOR
MOTOR
CAPACITOR
10uF/450V
CAPACITOR
10uF/450V
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TRANSFORMER
MODEL NO.:
CH9642SQB
CH9648SQB
CONTROL BOARD
PROCESSOR BOARD
RED
BLACK
HALOGEN LIGHT
WHITE
YELLOW
GREEN
BROWN
BROWN
RED
RED
GREEN
GREEN
WHITE
WHITE
RED
BLACK
BLACK
BLACK
WHITE
RED
120V 60Hz
MOTOR
MOTOR
CAPACITOR
10uF/450V
CAPACITOR
10uF/450V
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TRANSFORMER
DISCLAIMER
1. CAREFULLY INSPECT ALL ITEMS FOR DAMAGES BEFORE ACCEPTING DELIVERY. NOTE
ANY DAMAGES ON THE FREIGHT BILL OR EXPRESS RECEIPT. REQUEST NAME AND
SIGNATURE OF THE CARRIER’S AGENT AND KEEP COPY TO SUPPORT YOUR CLAIM.
Upon acceptance of items, owner assumes responsibility for its safe arrival. Report damages to the
carrier and file a claim immediately. Failure to do so may result in the denial of your claim. The
carrier will furnish you with necessary forms for filing a claim.
DAMAGES CAUSED DURING TRANSIT ARE NOT COVERED UNDER OUR WARRANTY.
2. PLEASE INSPECT CONTENTS OF PACKAGE(S) CAREFULLY UPON RECEIVING!
We must be notified in writing of any damages and/or missing parts within the allocated days upon
your receipt of package(s). Contact your local KOBE dealer or distributor or call KOBE for the time
limit.
CLAIMS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED AFTER THE ALLOCATED DAYS.
NOTE: ITEMS WERE THOROUGHLY TESTED AND CAREFULLY PACKED IN OUR FACTORY
BEFORE SHIPPING.
3. Products must be returned in good working condition with ALL original parts and documentation
packed in ALL original cartons, fillers and shipping cartons. A restocking fee of 25% will be charged
for all approved return(s).
EXCHANGES OR RETURNS MAY NOT BE ACCEPTED IF ANY PACKAGING IS MISSING.
4. MAKE SURE TO INSPECT THE HOOD FOR DAMAGES AND DEFECTS BEFORE
INSTALLATION. Appearance flaws of the hood found after installation and not affecting hood
performance is not covered under our warranty for returns or exchanges. Service visits not covered
under warranty will carry a service charge.
A)
Before Installation: Return for exchange or refund (please see above for acceptable
returns).
B)
After Installation:
NO exchange or refund.
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WARRANTY
WARRANTY CERTIFICATE
KOBE Range Hoods, Inc. warrants all products manufactured or supplied by it to be free from defects in
workmanship and materials. Its obligations pursuant to this warranty are limited to a period of two
years from the date of purchase and to the repair or replacement at its option and subject to the terms
and conditions stated below, of any component part, which its examination shall disclose to be so
defective.
TWO-YEAR WARRANTY SERVICE PERIOD
Any covered failure occurring within two years of original purchase arising from defective workmanship
or material in manufacture will be repaired (or at our discretion, replaced) free of charge by an
authorized KOBE Range Hoods Agent or KOBE Range Hoods as applicable. Keep proof of purchase
(or original invoice) handy for inspection.
If the range hood is sold by the original purchaser during the warranty period the new owner is
protected until expiration of the original purchaser’s warranty.
CONDITIONS
The following conditions apply only in relation to the warranty expressly given in this certificate.
1) This warranty applies only:
a) within U.S.A. and Canada.
b) to range hoods used for PRIVATE SINGLE FAMILY USE (if used for COMMERCIAL or
MULTIPLE FAMILY USE or other purposes, warranty will be voided).
2) Repair of any fault to be provided under this warranty shall not be provided:
a) if the identification number attached to the range hood has been altered, rendered illegible or
removed;
b) if notice of the defect has not been given within the period applicable;
c) for failure of light bulbs or heat lamps;
d) for physical damage;
e) for surfaces damaged by use of improper chemical cleaning agents;
f) if the appliance has been:
i) subject to misuse, abuse, negligence, accident, incorrect installation or failure to follow the
operating instructions;
ii) connected to improper, inadequate or faulty electricity service or exhaust ducts, flues or duct
cover, or operated using incorrect or contaminated lubricants;
iii) installed, maintained or operated otherwise than in accordance with the instructions
furnished by KOBE Range Hoods including the improper use of detergents, bleaches, or
cleaners.
g) for damage to range hood during transit, delivery, installation or removal;
h) for damage by or resulting from attempted repairs conducted by anyone other than our
Authorized Service Agent.
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3) The purchaser shall be responsible for any expenses involved in making the range hood readily
accessible for servicing and where the range hood is installed outside the main sales territory of the
retailer or service territory of the nearest approved KOBE Range Hoods Agent as applicable, for any
traveling expenses and any costs of transporting the range hood or parts thereof to and from the
dealer or Service Agent
4) The purchaser must produce proof of purchase together with this warranty certificate when making
the claim.
5) Damages caused during shipment are not covered under our warranty.
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGE
The warrantor is not responsible for any consequential damage. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW
THE EXCLUSION OF CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGE SO THE ABOVE EXCLUSION MAY NOT APPLY
TO YOU.
IMPLIED WARRANTIES/STATE LAW
Any implied warranties, including the implied warranty of merchantability and fitness for purpose,
imposed on the sale by the laws of the state of sale are limited to two year from the date of original
purchase. Some states do not allow limitations on the duration of implied warranties. This warranty
gives you specific legal rights, and may also have rights, which vary from state to state.
SERVICE
For service contact:
KOBE Range Hoods
10505 Valley Blvd, Suite 302
EI Monte, CA 91731
U.S.A
Tel: (626) 350-1355 Fax: (626) 350-1976
Email:
[email protected]
www.KOBERangeHoods.com
Website:
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PRODUCT REGISTRATION
Register Your Product!
Any covered failure occurring within two years of original purchase arising from defective
workmanship or material in manufacture will be repaired or at our option the unit will be replaced
free of charge by an authorized KOBE Range Hoods Agent or KOBE Range Hoods as applicable.
Keep proof of purchase (original invoice) handy for inspection.
If the range hood is sold by the original purchaser during the warranty period the new owner is
protected until expiration of the original purchaser’s warranty. See warranty section for complete
warranty coverage information.
This appliance has been manufactured, tested, and inspected to the standards required by KOBE
Range Hoods.
PLEASE MAIL IN YOUR WARRANTY REGISTRATION CARD AND PROOF OF PURCHASE
TO:
KOBE Range Hoods
10505 Valley Blvd Suite # 302
El Monte, CA 91731 USA
RECORD THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION FOR YOUR RECORD:
Model No. ________________________
Serial No. ________________________
Purchased Date
_____/_____/_____
Purchased From:
______________________________
______________________________
______________________________
IMPORTANT: PLEASE KEEP A COPY OF YOUR SALE RECEIPT OR INVOICE HANDY WHEN
REQUESTING SERVICE.
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KOBE Range Hoods
10505 Valley Blvd Suite # 302
El Monte, CA 91731 USA
http://www.KOBERangeHoods.com
This KOBE hood is manufactured 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.
VER.070131
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