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Siemens Island chimney hood Box design 120 cm wide Operating/installations instructions
[en] Instructions for installation
and use
Extractor hood
Ú Table of contents
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Instructions for use............................................................... 2
Environmental protection..............................................................2
Safety instructions ................................................................ 2
Operating modes................................................................... 4
Exhaust air mode ...........................................................................4
Circulating-air mode ......................................................................4
Operation ............................................................................... 4
Setting the fan ................................................................................4
Manual mode..................................................................................4
Automatic mode .............................................................................5
Sensor control ................................................................................5
Intensive setting .............................................................................5
Switching on fan run-on ................................................................5
Light.................................................................................................. 5
Saturation displays ........................................................................ 5
Acoustic signal .............................................................................. 5
Installing and removing filter ................................................5
Cleaning and care ..................................................................6
Replacing bulbs .....................................................................6
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS ...............................................7
Safety notes ............................................................................7
Installation ..............................................................................8
Pipe dimensions ............................................................................ 8
Preparing the ceiling ..................................................................... 8
Attaching flue duct...................................................................... 10
Instructions for use
P roduktinfo
Additional information on products, accessories, replacement
parts and services can be found at www.siemens-home.com
and in the online shop www.siemens-eshop.com
Environmental protection
This appliance is labelled in accordance with the
European Directive 2002/96/EU concerning used
electrical and electronic appliances (WEEE –
waste electrical and electronic equipment). The
guideline determines the framework for the return
and recycling of used appliances as applicable.
Please find the contact data of all countries in the enclosed
customer service list.
To book an engineer visit and product advice
GB
0844 8928999
Calls from a BT landline will be charged at up to
3 pence per minute. A call set-up fee of up to 6 pence
may apply.
IE
01450 2655
Trust the expertise of the manufacturer, and rest assured that
the repair will be carried out by trained service technicians
using original spare parts for your domestic appliance.
ã=Safety instructions
General information
Follow these instructions, in particular the safety instructions.
The appliance can only be used safely if it is correctly installed
according to the safety instructions. Retain the instructions
for subsequent use or for the next owner.
Adults and children must never use the appliance unsupervised
if they are not physically or mentally capable of doing so
or if they lack the knowledge and experience to operate
the appliance correctly and safely.
Never allow children to play with the appliance!
This appliance is designed to be used in the home only.
The manufacturer is not liable for damage which is caused
by improper use or incorrect operation.
Please contact our customer service regarding any queries
or faults (see list of customer service centres).
Danger of suffocation!
E-Nr.
from packaging material. Never allow children to play
with packaging material.
After unpacking the appliance, check it for visible damage.
Do not connect the appliance if it has been damaged in transit.
These instructions apply to several appliance models.
It is possible that individual features are described which
do not apply to your appliance.
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When calling, please quote the following numbers:
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The numbers can be found on the rating plate inside
the appliance (to do this, remove the metal-mesh grease filter).
Enter the numbers in the above box so that you can easily find
them when required.
Installation
Risk of electric shock!
Mortal danger, risk of intoxication!
from damaged connection cable. Do not kink or pinch
connection cable during installation.
Due to combustion gases sucked back in. Never operate the
appliance in the exhaust air mode at the same time as a room
air-dependent heat-producing appliance unless an adequate
supply of fresh air is ensured.
Risk of fire, risk of injury!
from damaged connection cable. A damaged connection cable
must be replaced by a qualified technician (electrician).
Risk of injury!
From sharp edges during installation. Always wear protective
gloves while installing the appliance.
Risk of injury!
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 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 backed into the living space.
from a falling appliance. All safety screws and safety caps must
be firmly fitted.
Using the appliance
Risk of burns!
from hot appliance when used with cooking appliances. Keep
children away and ensure appliance is used properly.
Risk of injury, risk of damage!
■
Adequate incoming air must therefore always be ensured.
from objects falling on the appliance. Never place objects
on the appliance.
■
An incoming/exhaust air wall box alone will not ensure
compliance with the limit.
Risk of fire, risk of burns!
Safe operation is possible only whenever the partial vacuum in
the place where the firing equipment is installed does not
exceed 4 Pa (0.04 mbar). This can be achieved whenever 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.
if gas hotplates not covered with cooking utensils. Always
use gas hotplates with appropriate cooking utensils. Regulate
flame to ensure that it does not lick over the cooking utensil.
Risk of burns, risk of damage!
if several gas hotplates are operated simultaneously. Never
operate two gas hotplates simultaneously on the highest flame
for longer than 15 minutes. The housing will become very hot
due to the intense heat.
Note: One large burner of more than 5 kW (Wok) is equivalent
to the power of two gas burners.
Risk of fire!
In any case, consult your responsible 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 recirculation mode.
Risk of fire!
from flying sparks. Do not install appliance above a solid fuel
heater (e.g. wood or coal) unless a closed, non-removable
cover is available.
■
from grease deposits in the metal-mesh grease filter. Never
work under the appliance with a naked flame
(e.g. flambéing). Always operate appliance with metal-mesh
grease filter. Regularly clean the metal-mesh grease filter.
■
from overheated fats and oils. Heat fats and oils under
constant supervision only. Never extinguish fire with water,
always use a fire blanket, lid or plate.
Caution!
Risk of damage due to corrosion. Always switch on the
appliance while cooking to avoid condensation. Condensate
can produce corrosion damage.
Caution!
Risk of damage from heat accumulation due to too narrow gap
between appliance and high-sided unit or wall. Only one side
of the appliance may be installed directly next to a high-sided
unit or a wall. Distance between the appliance and wall or highsided unit must be at least 50 mm.
Risk of injury!
due to LED lights of risk group 1. Do not look directly into the
switched on LED lights for longer than 100 seconds.
The specified safety distances must be observed. Also observe
the specifications for your cooking appliance. If gas
and electric hobs are operated together, the largest specified
distance applies.
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.
3
Cleaning and care
Maintenance and repair
Risk of burns, risk of electric shock!
Risk of fire, risk of injury!
from appliance. Always leave appliance to cool down before
cleaning or servicing. Switch off fuse or pull out mains plug.
from improper repairs. Switch off fuse or pull out mains plug.
Repairs may be performed by a qualified technician
(electrician) only.
Caution!
■
Risk of damage due to ingress of humidity into the electronic
circuitry. Never clean operator controls with a wet cloth.
■
Surface damage due to incorrect cleaning. Clean stainless
steel surfaces in the grind direction only. Do not use any
stainless steel cleaners for operator controls.
■
Surface damage due to strong or abrasive cleaning agents.
Never use strong and abrasive cleaning agents.
Risk of injury!
from defective or damaged appliance. Switch off fuse or pull
out mains plug and call customer service.
Risk of fire, risk of injury!
from damaged connection cable. A damaged connection cable
must be replaced by a qualified technician (electrician).
Risk of burns, risk of electric shock!
from defective bulbs. Switch off fuse or pull out mains plug.
Always replace defective bulbs immediately (leave bulbs
to cool down first) to prevent the remaining bulbs from
overloading.
Operating modes
This appliance can be used in exhaust-air mode or circulatingair mode.
Circulating-air mode
The air which is drawn in is cleaned
by the grease filters and an activated carbon filter
and conveyed back into the kitchen.
Exhaust air mode
The air which is drawn in is cleaned by the
grease filters and conveyed to the exterior by a
pipe system.
Note: 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 which contain heating appliances.
■
Before conveying the exhaust air into a non-functioning
smoke or exhaust gas flue, obtain the consent of the heating
engineer responsible.
■
If the exhaust air is conveyed through the outer wall, a
telescopic wall box should be used.
Note: To bind odours in circulating-air mode, you must install
an activated carbon filter. The different options of operating
the appliance in circulating-air mode can be found
in the brochure or ask your dealer. The required accessories
are available from specialist outlets, from customer service
or from the Online Shop. The accessory numbers can be found
at the end of the instructions for use.
Operation
These instructions apply to several appliance models.
It is possible that individual features are described which
do not apply to your appliance.
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Note: Switch on the extractor hood when you start cooking
and switch it off again several minutes after you have finished
cooking. This is the most effective way of removing the kitchen
fumes.
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Setting the fan
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Press the # button to switch on the appliance. The fan starts
at setting 2.
The fan can be set manually (model 1 and model 2) or
automatically (model 2 only).
Manual mode
Increase fan setting by pressing the + button and reduce it by
pressing the – button.
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Automatic mode
Light
The appliance must be switched on.
Press button ! .
The light can be switched on and off independently of the fan.
The optimum fan setting 1, 2 or 3 is automatically set via
a sensor.
Setting the brightness
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Sensor control
In automatic mode sensors on the extractor hood detect
the density of the kitchen fumes. Depending on the setting
of the sensors, the extractor hood automatically switches
to another fan setting or switches off after some time.
Press button A.
You can select two brightness settings.
Press button A.
The brightness is increased by one setting.
Saturation displays
Factory setting: Setting †
When the metal-mesh grease filters or the activated carbon
filter are saturated, a signal sounds for 4 seconds after the fan
is switched off.
Highest setting: Setting Š
In addition, the following symbol is indicated on the display:
Lowest setting: Setting ‹
If the sensor control responds too quickly or too slowly, it can
be changed accordingly:
1. When the fan is switched off, hold down button ! for
4 seconds. The setting is displayed.
2. The setting of the sensor control is changed by pressing
the + or – button again.
3. To acknowledge the inputs, hold down the ! button
for 4 seconds.
Intensive setting
You can use the Intensive setting for particularly strong odour
and fume generation.
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■
Press button &.
Is indicated on the display ›.
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Metal-mesh grease filter: !?
Activated carbon filter: "?
Now, at the latest, the metal-mesh grease filters should be
cleaned or the activated carbon filter changed.
While the saturation displays are flashing, they can be reset.
To do this, press the – button.
Switching over the display for circulating-air mode
For circulating air mode the electronic control display must be
switched over accordingly:
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■
■
The extractor hood must be connected and switched off.
Simultaneously press the # and x buttons until " is lit
(model 1).
Simultaneously press the # and ! buttons until " is lit
(model 2).
The duration is limited. Then the fan is automatically reduced to
a lower setting. You can reduce the setting any time by
pressing the & button again.
■
Switching on fan run-on
Acoustic signal
■
When a button is pressed, an acknowledgement signal sounds.
■
Press the x button (model 1).
The fan runs for 10 min at setting 1. Then the fan switches off
automatically.
Press the ! button (model 2).
If there are no kitchen fumes, the fan runs for some time
at Setting 1. Then the fan switches off automatically.
Repeatedly press the button combination to switch
the electronic control display back to exhaust air mode
(display !).
Switching off the acoustic signal
When the fan is switched off, simultaneously hold down
buttons # and + for approx. 3 seconds.
An acknowledgement signal sounds.
Switching on the acoustic signal
Repeat the “Switching off the acoustic signal” process.
Installing and removing filter
ã=Risk of burns, risk of electric shock!
from appliance. Always leave appliance to cool down before
cleaning or servicing. Switch off fuse or pull out mains plug.
Removing metal-mesh grease filter
1. Open lock and fold down the metal-mesh grease filter.
In doing so, place other hand under the metal-mesh grease
filter.
2. Take metal-mesh grease filter out of the holder.
With edge extraction
1. Pull metal-mesh grease filter downwards.
In doing so, place other hand under the metal-mesh grease
filter.
2. Take metal-mesh grease filter out of the holder.
Notes
■ Grease can accumulate in the bottom of the metal-mesh
grease filter.
– Do not hold metal-mesh grease filter at an angle, otherwise
grease will drip out.
Installing metal-mesh grease filter
1. Insert metal-mesh grease filter.
In doing so, place other hand under the metal-mesh grease
filter.
2. Fold up metal-mesh grease filter and lock.
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Cleaning and care
ã=Risk of burns, risk of electric shock!
Cleaning metal-mesh grease filters
from appliance. Always leave appliance to cool down before
cleaning or servicing. Switch off fuse or pull out mains plug.
The inserted metal-mesh grease filters absorb the grease
particles from the kitchen fumes. Clean the metal-mesh grease
filters under normal use (1 to 2 hours daily) approx. every three
months.
Caution!
■
Risk of damage due to ingress of humidity into the electronic
circuitry. Never clean operator controls with a wet cloth.
■
Surface damage due to incorrect cleaning. Clean stainless
steel surfaces in the grind direction only. Do not use any
stainless steel cleaners for operator controls.
■
Surface damage due to strong or abrasive cleaning agents.
Never use strong and abrasive cleaning agents.
Notes
■ Do not use any aggressive, acidic or alkaline cleaning
agents.
■
When cleaning the metal-mesh grease filters, also clean
the holder for the metal-mesh grease filters in the appliance
using a damp cloth.
■
The metal-mesh grease filters can be cleaned
in the dishwasher or by hand.
Cleaning appliance surface
Suitable cleaning agents and care products for your appliance
can be purchased via the Hotline or from the Online Shop (see
front of the instructions for use).
Note: The appliance surface and controls are scratch-sensitive.
Observe the warranty regulations in the enclosed service
booklet and the following cleaning instructions:
■
Clean the surfaces with a soft, damp cloth, washing-up liquid
or a mild window cleaner. Soften dried dirt with a damp cloth.
Do not scratch!
■
Dry cloths, abrasive sponges, scouring agents, cleaning
agents containing sand, soda, acid, chlorine or any other
aggressive substances are not suitable.
■
Clean the stainless steel surfaces in the direction
of the ground surface only.
■
Do not use stainless steel cleaner or wet cloths
for the controls.
In the dishwasher:
Note: If the metal-mesh grease filters are cleaned
in the dishwasher, slight discolouration may occur. This has no
effect on the function of the metal-mesh grease filters.
■
Do not clean heavily soiled metal-mesh grease filters together
with utensils.
■
Place the metal-mesh grease filters loosely
in the dishwasher. The metal-mesh greases filter must
not be wedged in.
By hand:
Note: You can use a special grease solvent for stubborn dirt.
It can be ordered via the Online Shop.
■
Soak the metal-mesh grease filters in a hot soapy solution.
■
Clean the filters with a brush and then rinse them thoroughly.
■
Leave the metal-mesh grease filters to drain.
Replacing bulbs
ã=Risk of burns, risk of electric shock!
Replacing filament bulbs
from defective bulbs. Switch off fuse or pull out mains plug.
Always replace defective bulbs immediately (leave bulbs
to cool down first) to prevent the remaining bulbs from
overloading.
Important! Use only bulb of the same type and same power
(see bulb holder or rating plate inside the appliance) –
to do this remove metal-mesh grease filter.
1. Lift bulb cover slightly and push towards the outside of the
appliance.
2. Unscrew bulb and replace with bulb of the same type.
Replacing halogen bulbs
Note: When inserting halogen bulbs, do not touch the glass
tube. Use a clean cloth to insert the halogen bulbs.
1. Carefully remove bulb ring using a suitable tool.
2. Pull out bulb and replace with bulb of the same type.
3. Insert bulb cover.
4. Insert mains plug or switch on fuse again.
LED lights
Defective LED lights may be replaced by the manufacturer, his
customer service or a qualified technician (electrician) only.
ã=Risk of injury!
due to LED lights of risk group 1. Do not look directly into the
switched on LED lights for longer than 100 seconds.
3. Insert bulb cover.
4. Insert mains plug or switch on fuse again.
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
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This appliance is fitted to the kitchen ceiling or a stable
suspended ceiling.
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Follow the enclosed installation instructions for additional
special accessories (e.g. for circulating-air mode).
■
The surfaces of the appliance are sensitive. Avoid damaging
them during installation.
Safety notes
ã=Mortal danger, risk of intoxication!
Due to combustion gases sucked back in. Never operate the
appliance in the exhaust air mode at the same time as a room
air-dependent heat-producing appliance unless an adequate
supply of fresh air is ensured.
In any case, consult your responsible 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 recirculation mode.
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 through an exhaust gas system (e.g. a chimney).
ã=Risk of fire!
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 backed into the living space.
For the installation observe the currently valid building
regulations and the regulations of the local electricity and gas
suppliers.
from flying sparks. Do not install appliance above a solid fuel
heater (e.g. wood or coal) unless a closed, non-removable
cover is available.
ã=Risk of electric shock!
■
Adequate incoming air must therefore always be ensured.
from damaged connection cable. Do not kink or pinch
connection cable during installation.
■
An incoming/exhaust air wall box alone will not ensure
compliance with the limit.
ã=Risk of injury!
Safe operation is possible only whenever the partial vacuum in
the place where the firing equipment is installed does not
exceed 4 Pa (0.04 mbar). This can be achieved whenever 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.
From sharp edges during installation. Always wear protective
gloves while installing the appliance.
ã=Risk of injury!
from a falling appliance. All safety screws and safety caps must
be firmly fitted.
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Installation
Pipe dimensions
Attaching upper support frame
Note: The device manufacturer does not assume any warranty
for complaints attributable to the pipe section.
1. Before installation, specify the total height of the support
■
The device 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 diameters, the optimum extraction performance is not
achieved and fan noise is increased.
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frame and mark the screw holes.
Note: The height of the support frame can be adjusted
in 20 mm steps.
2. On the ceiling mark the centre point of the appliance.
3. Using the enclosed template, mark the positions
for the screws on the ceiling.
The pipes or hoses for laying the exhaust air line must
consist of non-combustible material.
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Round pipes
An inner diameter of 150 mm, but at least 120 mm, is
recommended.
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Flat ducts
The inner cross-section must correspond to the diameter of the
round pipes.
Ø 150 mm approx. 177 cm2
Ø 120 mm approx. 113 cm2
■
Flat ducts should have no sharp deflections.
■
Use sealing strip for deviating pipe diameters.
Preparing the ceiling
■
The ceiling must be flat, horizontal and adequately loadbearing.
■
The depth of the boreholes must be the same length
as the screws. The wall plugs must have a secure grip.
■
The enclosed screws and wall plugs are suitable for solid
brickwork. Suitable fasteners must be used for other
structures (e.g. plasterboard, porous concrete, poroton
bricks).
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The max. weight of the extractor hood is 50 kg.
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4. Drill four 8 mm Ø holes to a depth of 80 mm for the
attachments and press in the wall plugs flush with the wall.
5. Attach the upper part of the support frame to the ceiling
with 4 screws.
Note: Ensure that the support frame is in the correct position.
The middle bracket defines the preferred side and must
be facing the hob control.
Attaching lower support frame
Attach upper and lower parts of the support frame
at the specified total height using 10 screws.
Notes
Ensure that the lower support frame is in the correct position.
The open side must be facing the hob control.
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The support frame can be re-aligned by loosening
the fastening screws.
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Installing the appliance
Electrical connection
1. Hook the appliance from below into the support frame.
ã=Risk of electric shock!
Note: Ensure that the mains cable is not trapped.
2. Attach the appliance to the support frame using 2 securing
screws.
from damaged connection cable. Do not kink or pinch
connection cable during installation.
The required connection data can be found on the rating plate
inside the appliance; to do this, remove the metal-mesh grease
filter.
Length of the connection cable: approx. 1.30 m
This appliance complies with the EC interference suppression
regulations.
This appliance may be connected to a correctly installed
earthed socket only.
Attach the earthed socket preferably inside the flue duct.
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The earthed socket should be connected via its own circuit.
■
If the earthed socket is no longer accessible following
installation of the appliance, a disconnector must be fitted
as for a permanent connection.
If a permanent connection is required, the installation must
feature an all-pole disconnector (circuit breakers, fuses
and contactors) with a min. 3 mm contact opening.
The permanent connection may be installed by an electrician
only.
3. Hook in retaining clip and screw tight.
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Connecting the pipes
Note: If using an aluminium pipe, smooth the connection area
beforehand.
Exhaust-air pipe Ø 150 mm (recommended size)
Attach exhaust-air pipe directly to the air-pipe connector
and seal.
Exhaust-air pipe Ø 120 mm
1. Attach reducing connector directly to the air-pipe connector.
2. Attach exhaust air pipe to the reducing connector.
3. Seal both joints appropriately.
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Attaching flue duct
ã=Risk of injury!
From sharp edges during installation. Always wear protective
gloves while installing the appliance.
1. Separate the flue ducts.
To do this, remove the adhesive tape.
2. Remove the protective foil from both sides.
3. Attach both parts of the upper flue to the appliance and push
together.
Note: To prevent scratches, place paper for protection over
the edges of the outer flue duct.
4. Push up the upper flue part and secure with 2 screws.
5. Insert both lower parts of the flue and push together.
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81739 München
Germany
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