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Whirlpool WVS 93F LT K Setup and user guide
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Quick guide
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Before using the appliance carefully read the Safety
Instruction.
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
FIRST TIME USE
AIR VENT (FOR THE SUCTION VERSIONS)
Connect the hood and discharge holes on the walls with a diameter
equivalent to the air outlet (connection flange).
Using the tubes and discharge holes on walls with smaller dimensions
will cause a diminution of the suction performance and a drastic
increase in noise.
Any responsibility in the matter is therefore declined.
!! Use a duct of the minimum indispensable length.
!! Use a duct with as few elbows as possible (maximum elbow angle: 90°).
!! Avoid drastic changes in the duct cross-section.
!! The company declines any responsibility whenever these regulations
are not respected.
FILTERING OR DUCTING?
!! Your cooker hood is ready to be used in suction version.
To use the hood in filtering version the special ACCESSORY KIT must be
installed.
Check if the ACCESSORY KIT is furnished or must be bought separately.
Note: If furnished, in certain cases, the additional activated carbon filtering
system may be installed on the hood. Information about the conversion of
the hood from suction version to filtering version is present in the Manual
“Safety Instructions & Installation”.
DUCTING VERSION
In this case the fumes are conveyed outside of the building by means
of a special pipe connected with the connection ring located on top of
the hood.
Attention! The exhausting pipe is not supplied and must be purchased
apart. Diameter of the exhausting pipe must be equal to that of the
connection ring.
Attention! If the hood is supplied with active charcoal filter, then it
must be removed.
FILTER VERSION
The aspirated air will be degreased and deodorised before being fed
back into the room.
In order to use the hood in this version, you have to install a system of
additional filtering based on activated charcoal.
CONTROL PANEL
T1
T2
T3
T4
T5
CAUTION! This hood has an automatic operation system (see below
“T4. 6th sense function (AUTO mode) ON/OFF”). Calibration occurs
automatically each time the hood is reconnected to the electrical
network (e.g.: the first time it is installed after a blackout). It can also
be performed manually (see paragraph “Sensor set up”). During
calibration, which lasts for 5 minutes, T4 will flash and lights can be
used.
T1. FAN MOTOR OFF / DECREASE SPEED
Press to decrease speed and switch the extraction motor OFF.
Press and hold to directly switch the extraction motor OFF.
T2. FAN MOTOR ON / INCREASE SPEED
Press to switch the extraction motor ON and increase speed.
press and hold to set 5th speed directly.
Please note: 4th and 5th speed last for 5 mins. then the hood go back to 3rd
speed.
T3. GREASE/CHARCOAL FILTER ALARM/RESET
At regular intervals, the hood signals the need to perform filter
maintenance.
Please note: The indicators will only work when the hood is on.
T3 lit: Carry out maintenance on the grease filter.
T3 flashing: carry out maintenance of the charcoal filter.
Resetting the filter saturation indicators:
Please note: This must be done with the hood switched on.
Press and hold T3.
The reset of the Grease Filter and Charcoal Filter is performed using the
same key. If both filters alarms are active, the reset procedure will reset
* Available only on certain models
T6
T7
T1.
T2.
T3.
T4.
T5.
T6.
T7.
Fan motor OFF / Decrease speed
Fan motor ON / Increase speed
Grease/charcoal filter alarm/reset
6th sense function (AUTO mode) ON/OFF
Night Light (Ambient light)
Main Light OFF / Decrease intensity
Main light ON / Increase intensity
the counter one by one, with priority to the Charcoal.
Activating the carbon filter saturation indicator
Please note: This must be done with the extraction motor switched off.
This indicator is usually deactivated – press and hold T6 and T7
simultaneously to activate the function: Both will light
up to indicate activation.
To deactivate the function, press and hold the same buttons again:
Both will flash briefly and then switch off to indicate deactivation.
T4. 6TH SENSE FUNCTION (AUTO MODE) ON/OFF
The hood set the extraction speed automatically if the sensor in the
hood detects changing on ambient conditions.
Please note: to make sure this function is used correctly first configure
sensor (see “Sensor set up” below).
Please note: if you change any other functions that control the speed, the
“6th sense” function will switch off.
Sensor set up
This can be done when the hood is OFF.
In normal ambient conditions press T4 for 5secs, T4 flashes for 5 mins
to indicate hood is performing sensor calibration, then switches off to
indicate the calibration has ended.
Setting cooktop: Press and hold T1 and T2 simultaneously. Both lit to
indicate hood is ready to accept cooktop parameter calibration.
Press T1 to choose Gas hob (T1 starts to flash for 3 secs to indicate
hood parameters are set for gas hob).
Press T2 to choose Induction hob (T2 starts to flash for 3 secs to
indicate hood parameters are set for induction hob).
T5. NIGHT LIGHT (AMBIENT LIGHT)
Press to switch the soft background lighting on or off.
T6. MAIN LIGHT OFF / DECREASE INTENSITY
Press to decrease intensity and to switch OFF light.
Press and hold to directly switch OFF.
T7. MAIN LIGHT ON / INCREASE INTENSITY
Press to switch ON and to increase light intensity.
Press and hold to directly switch ON.
TECHNICAL DATA
Height (cm)
Width (cm)
Depth (cm)
Ø of exhaust tube (cm)
105 -148.6
89.8
36.9
15 - 12.5 - 12
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
CLEANING
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Do not use steam-cleaning equipment.
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Disconnect the appliance from the mains.
Important: do not use corrosive or abrasive detergents. If any such
products unintentionally come into contact with the appliance, clean
the appliance immediately with a damp cloth. Do not use alcohol.
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Clean the surfaces with a damp cloth. If it is very dirty, add a few
drops of washing-up detergent to the water. Finish off with a dry
cloth.
Important: do not use abrasive sponges or metallic scrapers or
scourers. Over time, these can ruin the enamel surfaces.
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Use detergents specifically designed for cleaning the appliance
and follow the manufacturer's instructions.
Important: clean the filters at least once a month to remove oil and
grease residue.
MAINTENANCE OF THE GREASE FILTERS
This must be cleaned once a month (or when the filter saturation
indication system - if envisaged on the model in possession - indicates
this necessity) using non aggressive detergents, either by hand or in the
dishwasher, which must be set to a low temperature and a short cycle.
When washed in a dishwasher, the grease filter may discolour slightly,
but this does not affect its filtering capacity.
Open the extractor panel (turn upwards).
Please note: It is not necessary to remove the panel.
Pull out the handle to remove the filter.
Once the filter has been washed and left to dry, proceed in reverse
order to refit the filter.
* Available only on certain models
MAINTENANCE OF THE CHARCOAL FILTER (FOR FILTRATION
MODELS ONLY)
This filter retains the unpleasant odours produced during cooking.
Replace the carbon filter every 4 months.
Fitting or replacing the carbon filter
1. Disconnect the hood from the mains.
2. Open and remove the extractor panel from its housing.
3. Remove the grease filters.
4. Fit one carbon filter on each side, covering both protective grilles
for the motor impeller.
Turn the filters clockwise to secure them to the central pins.
Proceed in reverse order to remove.
Refit the grease filters and extractor panel.
REPLACING THE LAMPS
The hood is equipped with an LED lighting system.
LEDs ensure excellent illumination, have a service life up to 10 times
longer than traditional bulbs, and offer up to 90% energy savings.
Note: For replacement LED, please contact the Technical After-sales Service
Centre.
TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem
Solutions
The appliance does not work.
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Check the mains voltage and whether the appliance is connected to the power supply;
Check that a speed has been selected;
Switch the appliance off and on again to see if the fault persists.
The hood is not extracting air sufficiently.
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Check that the air extraction speed is set to the desired level;
Check that the filters are clean;
Check the air vents for any obstructions.
The hood has turned off during normal
functioning.
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Check that the power has not been disconnected;
Check that the omnipolar disconnection device has not tripped.
The lamp does not work.
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Check the bulb and replace if necessary;
Check that the bulb has been fitted correctly.
* Available only on certain models
You can download the Safety Instructions, User Manual, Product Fiche and Energy data by:
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Visiting our website docs‌.‌whirlpool‌.‌eu
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Using QR Code
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Alternatively, contact our After-sales Service (See phone number in the warranty
booklet). When contacting our After-sales Service, please state the codes provided on
your product's identification plate.
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