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Euro Appliances EA60STRS User Manual
MODEL NO.: EA60STRS
EA90STRS
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CONTENT
1 .............................................. Notice
2 .............................................. Installation Requirements
3 .............................................. Installation – Fitting the Rangehood.
4 .............................................. Safety Warning
5 .............................................. Instructions for Use
6 .............................................. Maintenance
7 .............................................. Troubleshooting
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(1) Notice
1. Thank you for choosing our Rangehood. Please read this
instruction manual carefully before use.
2. The installation work must be undertaken by a qualified and
competent installer in compliance with applicable Australian
Standards.
3. Euro Appliances disclaims all liability for any damage or
injury caused as a result of not following these instructions for
installation.
This Rangehood is suitable for connection to a 240V, 50Hz
power supply with a proper earth.
Contents
1 x Rangehood
1 x Packet of Screws & Fittings
1 x plastic outlet with flaps
1 x Set of Chimney Pieces (Upper & Lower)
1 x Operating & Installation Instructions
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(2)
Installation - Requirements
Warning: This Rangehood is suitable for indoor installation only in
accordance with the following:
 Installation must be performed by a qualified competent installer.
 If installed above a cooking appliance, the minimum distance from
the cooking surface is 65cm,and the maximum distance is 75cm.
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 150mm
diameter of duct needs to be used for ventilation.
1. Before installation, please ensure the area is clean to avoid
suction of any debris such as bits of broken wood, sawdust,
etc.
2. Flexible duct bending should be ≥120°.
3. There shall be adequate ventilation of the room when the
Rangehood is used at the same time as appliances burning gas
or other fuels (not applicable to appliances that only discharge
the air back into the room).
4. The air must not be discharged into a flue that is used for
exhausting fumes from appliances burning gas or other fuels
(not applicable to appliances that only discharge the air back
into the room).
5. Regulations concerning the discharge of air have to be
fulfilled.
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(3). Installation – Fitting the Rangehood.
This Rangehood must be placed at a distance of 65cm minimum from the
cooking surface of a cooker/hotplate.
3.1 Fit the plastic outlet with flaps to the outlet vent of the Rangehood
using 4 screws 9mm long supplied (refer to Pic 2 for location of the
flaps).
3.2 Fit the supplied Hook to the wall using the 36mm long screws
supplied (refer to Pic 1). Fixing method to the wall must be capable of
supporting the weight of the Canopy.
3.3 Lift the Canopy onto the Hook and make sure both left and right
hand hooks are engaged (refer to Pic 1).
3.4
2).
Fit the Flexible Duct (not supplied) to the plastic outlet (refer to Pic
3.5 Exhaust the Flexible Duct to the outdoors and fit a one way valve
to prevent rain & dust entering into the Canopy.
3.6 Determine the height of the U-shaped section. Line up the holes in
the plate with those in the lower U-Shaped section and fix the plate to the
wall using the 36mm long screws supplied (refer to Pic 3 item 1).
3.7 Align the holes in the lower corner of the U-shaped section and fit
the 9mm long screws supplied through each side (refer to Pic 3 item 3).
3.8 Pull up the inner U-shaped section to a suitable height and align it
with the upper plate (refer to pic 4).
3.9 Fix the upper plate to the wall using the 36mm long screws
supplied. Fix the inner U-shaped section to the upper plate using the 9mm
long screws supplied on either side of the bracket (refer to pic 4).
3.10 Finally, drill two Ø3.5mm holes in line with the 2nd plate where the
upper and lower sections overlap. Use a 9mm long screw supplied on
each side to fix them together.
Note: Fix the Canopy with two 30mm safety screws. The two safety
screw holes are positioned on the back casing (refer to Pic 5).
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Warning: Failure to install the screws or fixing device in accordance
with these instructions may result in electrical hazards.
After installation, make sure that the canopy is level to avoid
grease collecting at one end.
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(4) Safety Warning
 This Rangehood is for domestic use only, it is not suitable for
commercial purposes.
 Please ensure that installation is performed by a qualified
competent installer.
 The Rangehood and its filter mesh should be cleaned regularly
in order to keep it in good working order.
 Before cleaning, please switch the power off at the main
supply.
 Clean the Rangehood according to the instruction manual.
There is a fire risk if cleaning is not carried out in accordance
with the instructions.
 If there is any fault with the appliance, please switch off
immediately, disconnect and call the service department to
arrange a service.
 DO NOT flambé under the Rangehood.
 CAUTION: Accessible parts may become hot when used with
cooking appliances
 This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including
children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental
capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they
have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of
the appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
 Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play
with the appliance. Never let the children operate the
Rangehood.
 If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the
manufacturer, its service agent or similarly qualified persons
in order to avoid a hazard.
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(5) Instructions for Use – LCD Touch Control
1. Switch on the power to the Rangehood. The backlight is lit
displaying a 24 hour clock and the Rangehood is in standby
mode. The backlight disappears automatically after 30 seconds
if no icons are touched. When the backlight is not illuminated,
the Rangehood is off. Touch any key and the backlight will
illuminate.
2. To switch on the lights, touch any key to enter standby mode.
Touch key, the symbol will appear on the LCD screen.
Touch key it for a second time, the symbol will disappear
and the lights will switch off.
3. To operate the Rangehood, touch any key to enter standby mode.
1.
Touch key once, the symbol is displayed on the LCD
screen, and the motor starts operation. The motor operates
at low speed.
2.
Touch key once more at the low position, the
symbol is displayed on the LCD screen. The motor operates
at medium speed.
3.
Touch key once more at the medium position, the
symbol is displayed on the LCD screen. The motor
operates at high speed.
4.
There are only 3 speeds so if you continue to touch the
key at the high position, the
symbol is still
displayed and the motor will continue to operate at high
speed.
4. To reduce motor speed, touch
key once, the motor will
decrease speed to a lower position and the LCD screen displays
accordingly. If it is decreased continuously, then the motor
stops operation and enters standby mode. After 30 seconds, the
backlight disappears and the Rangehood is off.
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5.
6.
To set the clock, touch any key to enter standby mode.
①
Touch and hold timer key for 2-3 seconds, the first
two segments
of the LCD screen will flash.
Touch key to increase the hour setting and touch
key to decrease. Note: hour can be set from 00 to 23.
②
When the correct hour is set, touch the timer key , the
second two segments
of the LCD screen will
flash. Touch key to increase the minute setting and
touch
key to decrease. Note: minutes can be set
from 00 to 59.
③
When the correct time is displayed, touch the timer key
, the time is now set and the Rangehood is in standby
mode.
④
Once in time set mode after touching & holding key
for 2-3 seconds, you must touch key two more times
to exit time set mode. While in time set mode, you
cannot hold key for 2-3 seconds to re-enter time set
mode, you must exit first.
To set the timer for the Rangehood to switch off
automatically, touch or
key to set the motor speed.
The Rangehood can be set to switch off automatically after
5/15/30 minutes.
①
Touch the timer key , the LCD screen will display 5,
touch again and it will display 15, touch again and it
will display 30. If you touch again, the LCD screen will
display the time of day and the timer will be cancelled.
②
When the desired timer setting is displayed, the
Rangehood will continue to operate, the display will
count down the minutes and when the LCD screen
counts down to 0:00 the Rangehood motor switches off
and the Rangehood is in standby mode. Rangehood will
go into off mode after 30 seconds.
③
While in timer mode, you can adjust the motor speed,
however if you switch the motor off, the timer will be
cancelled.
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(6) Maintenance
6.1 Cleaning the filters
The filters are made of stainless steel baffles. Please do not use
corrosive or abrasive detergents to clean the filters. Keeping the
filters clean will keep the appliance running correctly. Please strictly
follow the guidelines below.
Method 1: Put the baffle filter into a sink of clean water, pour on
detergent, and soak for 2-3 minutes. Wear gloves and clean with a
soft brush.
Method 2: Wash in a dishwasher with the temperature set to around
60 degrees.
Stainless Steel Baffle Filters
6.2 Cleaning the Rangehood
1. To protect the main body from corrosion, the Rangehood
should be cleaned with hot water plus non corrosive
detergents every two months.
2. Please do not use abrasive detergent because it will damage
the Rangehood.
3. Keep water away from motor and other electrical parts as
this will cause damage to the appliance.
4. Before cleaning the appliance please remember to shut off
the power and disconnect the plug.
5. If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the
manufacturer, its service agent or similarly qualified
persons in order to avoid a hazard.
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(7) Troubleshooting
Warning: Service must be performed by an authorised
competent person.
Fault
Light on, but motor
does not work
Light does not work,
motor does not work
Cause
The flaps are blocked
Remove the blockage.
The capacitor is damaged
Call for service.
The motor is jammed due to Call for service.
bearing damage
There is a bad smell coming Call for service.
from the motor
Beside the above mentioned, check the following:
Light damaged
Power cord not connected
Oil leakage
Vibrations
Insufficient suction
Solution
Call for service.
Check plugged in and
switched on that power is
available.
Filters saturated with cooking Clean the filters.
oils.
Leakage between the
Remove U-shaped
connection of U-shaped
section and seal
section and Rangehood
The flaps are damaged and
Call for service.
causes shaking
The motor is not fixed
Call for service.
securely to the Rangehood
body
The Rangehood body is not
Notify your installer.
fixed securely to the wall
The distance between the
Notify your installer.
Rangehood and the cooking
surface is too much
Too much ventilation from
Close doors or windows,
open doors or windows
choose an alternative
location, if possible,
away from draughts.
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The Rangehood
inclines
The fixing screws are not
tight enough
Notify your installer.
The hanging screws are not
tight enough
Notify your installer.
Eurostyle Group trading as Euro Appliances
Service Line: (08) 8165 1012
Fax: (08) 8165 1018
Email: admin@eurostylegroup.com.au
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