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Siemens iQ700 Ceiling hood 120 cm wide Installation instructions
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Important safety information
Read these instructions carefully. Only then will you be able to
operate your appliance safely and correctly. Retain the
instruction manual and installation instructions for future use or
for subsequent owners.
Check the appliance for damage after unpacking it. Do not
connect the appliance if it has been damaged in transport.
The appliance can only be used safely if it is correctly installed
according to the safety instructions. The installer is responsible
for ensuring that the appliance works perfectly at its installation
location.
The width of the extractor hood must correspond at least with
the width of the hob.
For the installation, observe the currently valid building
regulations and the regulations of the local electricity and gas
suppliers.
When conveying the exhaust air, official and legal regulations
(e.g. state building regulations) must be followed.
Danger of death!
Risk of poisoning from flue gases that are drawn back in.
Always ensure adequate fresh air in the room if the appliance is
being operated in exhaust air mode at the same time as room
air-dependent heat-producing appliance is being operated.
Room air-dependent heat-producing appliances (e.g. gas, oil,
wood or coal-operated heaters, continuous flow heaters or water
heaters) obtain combustion air from the room in which they are
installed and discharge the exhaust gases into the open air
through an exhaust gas system (e.g. a chimney).
In combination with an activated vapour extractor hood, room air
is extracted from the kitchen and neighbouring rooms - a partial
vacuum is produced if not enough fresh air is supplied. Toxic
gases from the chimney or the extraction shaft are sucked back
into the living space.
■ Adequate incoming air must therefore always be ensured.
■ An incoming/exhaust air wall box alone will not ensure
compliance with the limit.
Safe operation is possible only when the partial vacuum in the
place where the heat-producing appliance is installed does not
exceed 4 Pa (0.04 mbar). This can be achieved when the air
needed for combustion is able to enter through openings that
cannot be sealed, for example in doors, windows, incoming/
exhaust air wall boxes or by other technical means.
In any case, consult your responsible Master Chimney Sweep.
He is able to assess the house's entire ventilation setup and will
suggest the suitable ventilation measures to you.
Unrestricted operation is possible if the vapour extractor hood is
operated exclusively in the circulating-air mode.
Risk of death!
Risk of poisoning from flue gases that are drawn back in. The
exhaust air must not be conveyed into a functioning smoke or
exhaust gas flue or into a shaft which is used to ventilate
installation rooms that contain heating appliances. If the exhaust
air is to be conveyed into a non-functioning smoke or exhaust
gas flue, you must obtain the consent of the heating engineer
responsible.
Danger of suffocation!
Packaging material is dangerous to children. Never allow
children to play with packaging material.
Risk of electric shock!
Components inside the appliance may have sharp edges. These
may damage the connecting cable. Do not kink or pinch the
connecting cable during installation.
Risk of electric shock!
It must always be possible to disconnect the appliance from the
electricity supply. The appliance must only be connected to a
protective contact socket which has been correctly installed. If
the plug is no longer accessible following installation of the
appliance, or a fixed connection is required, an all-pole isolating
switch must be present on the installation side with a contact
gap of at least 3 mm. The fixed connection must only be
installed by an electrician.
Risk of fire!
Grease deposits in the grease filter may catch fire. The specified
safety distances must be observed in order to prevent an
accumulation of heat. Observe the specifications for your
cooking appliance. If gas burners and electric hotplates are
operated together, the largest specified distance applies.
Risk of fire!
Grease deposits in the grease filter may catch fire. Never work
with naked flames close to the appliance (e.g. flambéing). Do
not install the appliance near a heat-producing appliance for
solid fuel (e.g. wood or coal) unless a closed, non-removable
cover is available. There must be no flying sparks.
Risk of injury!
Components inside the appliance may have sharp edges. Wear
protective gloves.
Risk of injury!
The appliance may fall down if it has not been properly fastened
in place. All fastening components must be fixed firmly and
securely.
Risk of injury!
The appliance is heavy. To move the appliance, 2 people are
required. Use only suitable tools and equipment.
Risk of injury!
Changes to the electrical or mechanical assembly are
dangerous and may lead to malfunctions. Do not make any
changes to the electrical or mechanical assembly.
General information
Installation preparation
Exhaust duct
Checking the ceiling
■ The ceiling must be flat, horizontal and adequately loadbearing.
■ The maximum weight of the extractor hood is 45 kg.
Appliance dimensions and safety clearances
■ Observe the appliance's dimensions. A
■ Comply with the safety clearances. B
If the installation instructions for the gas cooking appliance
specify a different distance, the larger of the two must always be
provided for.
Note: The appliance manufacturer does not provide any
warranty for faults attributable to the pipe section.
■ The appliance achieves its optimum performance by means of
a short, straight exhaust air pipe and as large a pipe diameter
as possible.
■ As a result of long, rough exhaust air pipes, many pipe bends
or pipe diameters that are smaller than 150 mm, the optimum
extraction performance is not achieved and fan noise is
increased.
■ The pipes or hoses for laying the exhaust air line must consist
of non-combustible material.
■ If the exhaust air is conveyed through the outer wall, a
telescopic wall box should be used.
Risk of damage from returning condensate. Install the exhaust
duct in such a way that it falls away from the appliance slightly
(1° slope).
Round pipes
An inner diameter of 150 mm, but at least 120 mm, is
recommended.
Flat ducts
The inner cross-section must correspond to the diameter of the
round pipes.
dia. 150 mm ca. 177 cm2
dia. 120 mm ca. 113 cm2
■ Flat ducts should have no sharp deflections.
■ Use sealing strip for deviating pipe diameters.
Electrical connection
m Risk of electric shock!
Components inside the appliance may have sharp edges. These
may damage the connecting cable. Do not kink or pinch the
connecting cable during installation.
The required connection information is on the appliance's
identification plate.
This appliance complies with the EC interference suppression
regulations.
This appliance must only be connected to a correctly installed
earthed socket.
Attach the earthed socket preferably inside the flue duct.
■ The earthed socket should be connected via its own circuit.
■ If the earthed socket is no longer accessible after installing
the appliance, an all-pole isolating switch (e.g. circuit breaker,
fuses and contactors) with at least a 3-mm contact gap must
be included in the installation.
Preparing the ceiling
The ceiling must be heat-resistant up to 90°C. The ceiling must
still be sturdy after the cut-outs have been made.
After making the cut-outs, remove any shavings.
1. Make the cut-out in the ceiling. (Fig. 1a)
2. Affix the installation profiles. (Fig. 1b)
Preparing the appliance
1. Open the filter cover. (Fig. 2a)
Note: At an opening angle of approximately 40°, undo the
safety catch.
2. Remove the metal grease filter. (Fig. 2b)
3. Adapt the holders to the thickness of the ceiling. (Fig. 2c)
Installing the appliance
Note: Ensure that the filter cover is open during installation.
1. Grip the appliance by the housing frame and push it into the
cut-out. (Fig. 3a)
Note: You must hear the holders click into place.
2. Tighten the screws in the holder. (Fig. 3b)
Connecting the appliance
Notes
■ For exhaust-air operation, a backflow flap should be fitted. If a
backflow flap has not been included with the appliance, it can
be obtained from a specialist retailer.
■ If the exhaust air is conveyed through the outer wall, a
telescopic wall box should be used.
Establishing the connection for the exhaust air
Note: If an aluminium pipe is used, smooth the connection area
beforehand.
1. Remove the screws and open the flap downwards. (Fig. 4a)
2. Attach the exhaust air pipe directly to the air pipe connector.
(Fig. 4b)
3. Connect it to the exhaust air opening.
4. Seal the joints appropriately.
Establishing a connection to the mains
Plug the mains plug into the earthed socket.
Removing the appliance
1. Open the filter cover.
2. Remove the metal grease filter.
3. Undo the screws in the holder.
4. Disconnect the appliance from the power supply.
5. Remove the exhaust air pipe from the air pipe connector.
6. Bleed the appliance.
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