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Baumatic BEINT60X User manual
Cooker Hood
Instruction Manual
1…………………………………..………………………………Safety instructions
3…………………………………..………………………………Start using your cooker hood
5…………………………………..………………………………Maintenance and cleaning
6…………………………………..………………………………Environment protection
This manual explains the proper installation and use of your cooker hood,
please read it carefully before using even if you are familiar with the product.
The manual should be kept in a safe place for future reference.
These instructions shall also be available in an alternative format, e.g. on a
website or on request from the user in a format such as a DVD.
Never to do:
Always to do:
● Do not try to use the cooker hood
without the grease filters or if the filters
are excessively greasy!
●Do not install above a cooker with a
high level grill.
●Do not leave frying pans unattended
during use because overheated fats or
oils might catch fire.
●Never leave naked flames under the
cooker hood.
● Important! Always switch off the
electricity supply at the mains during
installation and maintenance such as
light bulb replacement.
●The cooker hood must be installed in
accordance with the installation
instructions and all measurements
●All installation work must be carried
out by a competent person or qualified
●Please dispose of the packing material
carefully. Children are vulnerable to it.
● Pay attention to the sharp edges
inside the cooker hood especially
during installation and cleaning.
●When the cooker hood is located
above a gas appliance,the minimum
distance between the supporting
surface for the cooking vessels on the
hob and the lowest part of the cooker
hood that distance must be:
Gas cookers:
75 cm
Electric cookers:
65 cm
Coal or oil cookers: 75 cm
●Make sure the ducting has no bends
sharper than 90 degrees as this will
reduce the efficiency of the cooker
●Warning: Failure to install the screws
or fixing device in accordance with
these instructions may result in
electrical hazards
●Warning: Before obtaining access to
terminals, all supply circuits must be
●If the cooker hood is damaged, do not
attempt to use.
●Do not flambé under the cooker hood.
●CAUTION: Accessible parts may
become hot when used with cooking
●The minimum distance between the
supporting surface for the cooking
vessels on the hob and the lowest part
of the cooker hood. (When the cooker
hood is located above a gas appliance,
this distance shall be at least 65 cm)
●The air must not be discharged into a
flue that is used for exhausting fumes
from appliances burning gas or other
Always to do:
Always to do:
●Always put lids on pots and pans
when cooking on a gas cooker.
●When in extraction mode, air in the
room is being removed by the cooker
hood. Please make sure that proper
ventilation measures are being
observed. The cooker hood removes
odours from room but not steam.
●Cooker hood is for domestic use only.
Caution: The appliance and its
accessible parts can become hot
during operation. Be careful to avoid
touching the heating elements.
Children younger than 8 years old
should stay away unless they are
under permanent supervision.
● There shall be adequate ventilation of
the room when the cooker hood is
used at the same time as appliances
burning gas or other fuels.
●There is a fire risk if cleaning is not
carried out in accordance with the
●Regulations concerning the discharge
of air have to be fulfilled.
●Clean your appliance periodically by
following the method given in the
●For safety reason, please use only the
same size of fixing or mounting screw
which are recommended in this
instruction manual.
●Regarding the details about the
method and frequency of cleaning,
please refer to maintenance and
cleaning section in the instruction
●Cleaning and user maintenance shall
not be made by children without
●When the cooker hood and
appliances supplied with energy other
than electricity are simultaneously in
operation, the negative pressure in the
room must not exceed 4 Pa (4 x 10-5
●WARNING: Danger of fire: do not
store items on the cooking surfaces.
●A steam cleaner is not to be used.
●NEVER try to extinguish a fire with
water, but switch off the appliance and
then cover flame e.g. with a lid or a
fire blanket.
●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.
●This appliance can be used by
children aged from 8 years and above
and persons with reduced physical,
sensory or mental capabilities or lack
of experience and knowledge if they
have been given supervision or
instruction concerning use of the
appliance in a safe way and
understand the hazards involved.
Children shall not play with the
appliance. Cleaning and user
maintenance shall not be made by
children without supervision.
●Warning: Before obtaining access to
terminals, all supply circuits must be
If you have an outlet to the outside, your cooker hood can be connected as
below picture by means of an extraction duct (enamel, aluminum, flexible pipe
or inflammable material with an interior diameter of 150mm)
1. Before installation, turn the unit off and unplug it from the outlet.
2.The cooker hood should be placed at a height of 65-75cm above the cooking
surface for best efficiency.
3. Install the cooker hood between two cupboards. Drill and screw on the side
boards of the cupboards (the holes ≤ 2mm).The distance between the head of
the screw and the side board should be 5mm, and the distance between the
screw and the cooking surface should no less than 1040mm. If there is not
room enough, you can place it higher or lower.
4. Hang the cooker hood on the screws between the two cupboards.
5. Push the fan-shaped door frames to the end, in order to make the outer
edges of the door frames at the same vertical level as the outer edge of the
6. Mark the positions where you install the lower screws. Drill the upper hole
and fix the screws. Make sure all four screws are well fixed.
7. Connect the air-outlet board and the air-outlet tube (Vent Hose) which will
need to feed through to the outside of the building. Rigid kits, if preferred, can
be obtained from either the retailer who supplied the hood, or DIY Stores and
Builders Merchants.
8. Door installation: The door should be no less than 16mm thick, 385-700mm
high, and weigh no more than 7KG. Pull out the movable fan-shaped door
frames by the plastic handle, and place the fan-shaped door frames one on left
and one on right.
9. Mark the installation position of the door and the size of the fixed screws. If
the upper edge of the door is not as high as the upper edge of the cupboards,
please adjust the size accordingly. Mark the positions of the screws on the door,
and make sure the size is as accurate as 569±1.
10. Fix the fan-shaped door frames on the door with screws. Make sure the
frames are symmetrical. Install the door into the cooker hood, the two sides of
the door can be pulled to the end and the door can be safely locked. If the door
cannot be safely locked, you can release the plastic handle.
11. The two screws on both sides of the cooker hood can adjust the sliding of
the door, according to the weight of the door.
12. Install the adjusting plate, in order to cover the gap between the wall and
the bottom of the cooker hood.
 For safety reason, please use only the same
size of fixing or mounting screw which are
recommended in this instruction manual.
 Failure to install the screws or fixing device in
accordance with these instructions may result
in electrical hazards.
Start Using Your Cooker Hood
Toggle switch
To operate: pull up the front panel, turn on the cooker hood, and then choose the fan
speed setting.
To turn the unit off, there are two options:
1. Turn off the fan with the slide switch.
2. Push down the front panel (with the fan still switched on). This will turn the hood
off, and when the cooker hood is next opened, the fan speed will be the same
as the last time it was operate.
3. Whether the front panel is open or not, or the fan in use or not, the light can be
operated independently.
How to use the control panel: (Diagram above)
There are 3 speeds for the motor and on off switch for the lamp.
Slide the switches for operation.
Motor Operation
0- off
1- Low Power Setting
2- Mid Power Setting
3- High Power Setting
Light Operation
0- Off
1- On
Light on, but motor
does not work
Light does not
work, motor does
not work
Oil leakage
Lights not working
Insufficient suction
The Cooker hood
Possible Cause
Fan switch turned off
Select a fan switch position.
Fan switch failed
Contact service center.
Motor failed
Contact service center.
House fuses blown
Reset/Replace fuses.
Power cord loose or
Refit cord to power outlet.
Switch power outlet on.
One way valve and the outlet
are not tightly sealed
Take down the one way valve
and seal with sealant.
Leakage from the connection of
chimney and cover
Take chimney down and seal.
Broken/Faulty globes
Replace globes as per this
The distance between the
cooker hood and the gas top is
too far
The fixing screw not tight
Refit the cooker hood to the
correct distance.
Tighten the hanging screw and
make it horizontal.
Any electrical repairs to this appliance must conform to your local, state and
federal laws.Please contact the service centre if in any doubt before
undertaking any of the above.Always disconnect the unit from the power source when
opening the unit.
• Before maintenance or cleaning is carried out, the cooker
hood should be disconnected from the main power supply.
Ensure that the cooker hood is switched off at the wall socket
and the plug removed.
• External surfaces are susceptible to scratches and abrasions, so please follow the
cleaning instructions to ensure the best possible result is achieved without damage.
Cleaning and maintenance should be carried out with the appliance cold especially
when cleaning.Avoid leaving alkaline or acid substances (lemon juice, vinegar etc.) on
the surfaces.
The stainless steel must be cleaned regularly (e.g.weekly) to ensure long life
expectancy.Dry with a clean soft cloth. A specialized stainless steel cleaning fluid may
be used.
Ensure that wiping is done along with the grain of the stainless steel to prevent any
unsightly crisscross scratching patterns from appearing.
The inlay control panel can be cleaned using warm soapy water. Ensure the cloth is
clean and well wrung before cleaning. Use a dry soft cloth to remove any excess
moisture left after cleaning.
Using neutral detergents and avoid using harsh cleaning chemicals, strong household
detergents or products containing abrasives,as this will affect the appliance
appearance and potentially remove any printing of artwork on the control panel and
will void manufactures warrantee.
The mesh filters can be cleaned by
hand. Soak them for about 3 minute in
water with a grease-loosening
detergent then brush it gently with a
soft brush. Please do not apply too
much pressure, avoid to damage it .
(Leave to dry naturally out of direct
sun light)
Filters should be washed separately
to crockery and kitchen utensils. it is
advisable not to use rinse aid.
Remove the filter as shown in the diagrams below:
• To install filters for the following four steps .
- Angle the filter into slots at the back of the hood.
- Push the button on handle of the filter.
- Release the handle once the filter fits into a resting position.
- Repeat to install all filters.
CARBON FILTER-not supplied
Activated carbon filter can be used to trap odors. Normally the activated carbon filter
should be changed at three or six months according to your cooking habit. The
installation procedure of activated carbon filter is as below.
Replacing carbon filter
1. Put the carbon filter on the back side of the aluminium filter.
2. Insert the steel wire into the frame of the aluminium filter, one on each side. You
need to bend it to insert into the other end of the frame.
3. Make sure the steel wire fix the carbon filter onto the aluminium filter.
Make sure the filter is securely locked. Otherwise, it would loosen and cause
When activated carbon filter attached, the suction power will be lowered.
Important :
 The bulb must be replaced by the manufacturer, its
service agent or similarly qualified persons.
 Always switch off the electricity supply before
carrying out any operations on the appliance. When
handling bulb, make sure it is completely cool down
before any direct contact to hands.
 When handling globes hold with a cloth or gloves to
ensure perspiration does not come in contact with
the globe as this can reduce the life of the globe.
Switch off the appliance and make sure it’s disconnected from the mains
 You should use a suitable screwdriver to loosen the screws holding the panel
into place. Once this is removed, you will have access to the light.
 Take out the lighting fixture. Open the terminal box that connected with the wire,
disconnect the wire connector and replace the lamp.
 Once the LED light has been replaced, refit the panel by screwing the screws
back into place.
• ILCOS D code for this lamp is: DBS-2.5/65-H-120/33
– LED modules –rectangle lamp
– Max wattage: 2.5 W
– Voltage range: AC 220-240V
– Dimensions:
This product is marked with the symbol on the selective sorting of
waste electronic equipment. This means that this product must not
be disposed of with household waste but must be supported by a
system of selective collection in accordance with Directive
2012/19/EU. It will then be recycled or dismantled to minimize
impacts on the environment, electrical and electronic products are
potentially dangerous for the environment and human health due to
the presence of hazardous substances.For more information, please
contact your local or regional authorities.
The following shows how to reduce total environmental impact (e.g. energy use) of the
cooking process).
(1) Install the cooker hood in a proper place where there is efficient ventilation.
(2) Clean the cooker hood regularly so as not to block the airway.
(3) Remember to switch off the cooker hood light after cooking.
(4) Remember to switch off the cooker hood after cooking.
Do not dismantle the appliance in a way which is not shown in the user manual. The
appliance could not be dismantled by user. At the end of life, the appliance should
not be disposed of with household waste. Check with you Local Authority or retainer
for recycling advice.
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