Grundig GDI5795B 90cm Island Type Hood Manual

Grundig GDI5795B 90cm Island Type Hood Manual
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and state-of-the-art technology. Therefore, please read this entire user
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Differences between models will be identified in the manual.
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\ with regard to life and property.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Important instructions and
warnings for safety and
environment 4
General safety... 4
Electrical safety... О
Product safety... 6
Intended use... 7
Children's safety... 7
Disposing of the old product.......... 8
Package information...................... 8
A General information 9
OVETVIEW ooo, 9
Scope of delivery o.oo 10
Technical specifications............. 10
E Installation 11
Installation... 11
Future transportation ................ 19
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A operating the hood 16
Controller... e ee 18
В Maintenance and care 22
General information ..................... 22
Replacing the lamp... 23
A Troubleshooting 24
Й Сиагап{ее 25
В Service 26
i Important instructions and warnings
for safety and environment
This section contains safety
instructions that will help
protect from risk of personal
Injury or property damage.
Failure to follow these
Instructions shall void any
warranty.
General safety
Risk of Toxicating! While
the appliance is operating,
alr in the entire house Is
sucked. If adequate
ventilation 1s not provided,
waste and toxic gasses
which are released as a
result of burning will be
drawn back into the house
through chimney draught.
Do not operate the
appliance together with
sources that may emit
toxic gasses and create air
draught (wood, gas, oil, and
coal stoves, water heaters,
kettles, etc.)
Always have the authorized
persons check the
adequacy of ventilation and
chimney draught in your
building.
The appliance 1s 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 supervised or
Instruction concerning use
of the appliance by a
responsible person for
their safely.
Young children should be
supervised to ensure that
they do not play with the
appliance.Cleaning and
user maintenance
procedures should not be
performed by the children
unless they are under
supervision.
Always have the
installation and repair
procedures performed by
Authorised Service Agent.
Manufacturer shall not be
held responsible for
damages arising from
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procedures carried out by
unauthorised persons.
Do not operate the
appliance If it Is defective
or has any visible damage.
Make sure that the
appliance Is switched oft
after every use.
If the product is handed
over to someone else for
personal use or second-
hand use purposes, the
user manual, product
labels and other relevant
documents and parts
should be also given.
Appliance must be
installed by a qualified
person In accordance with
the regulations in force.
Otherwise, the warranty
Shall become void.
Electrical safety
To get your product ready
for use, firstly you must
have installation place and
electric wiring prepared.
Later, you may call
Authorised Service nearest
to you.
fit has a failure, the
product should not be
operated without being
repaired by the Authorised
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Service Agent. There Is the
risk of electric shock!
Never connect the hood
before installation is
completed.
Never touch the plug with
wet hands! Do not unplug
by pulling from the cable;
always hold by the plug to
unplug.
Product must be
disconnected from the
mains during installation,
maintenance, cleaning and
repair procedures.
If the supply cord is
damaged, It must be
replaced by the
manufacturer or its service
agent or a similarly
qualified person in order to
avoid a hazard.
Never connect power cable
near to the hobs. If melted
down, cable may lead to
fire.
Any work on electrical
equipment and systems
may only be carried out by
authorised and qualified
persons.
In case of any damage,
switch off the product and
disconnect it from the
mains. To do this, turn off
the fuse at home.
Make sure that fuse
current is compatible with
the product.
Never wash down the
product with water! There
IS the risk of electric shock!
Product safety
The height between the
lower surface of the hood
and upper surface of the
hob should not be less
than 650 mm.
Never touch the hoods
lamp after they operated
for a long time. Hot lamps
may burn your hands.
Never operate the product
without oil filter. Never
remove filters when the
product is in use.
Avoid big flames beneath
the product. Otherwise,
particles on oil filter may
flame up and cause fire.
Turn on the hobs after
placing pans or pots on.
Otherwise, rising
temperature may deform
certain parts of your
product.
Turn off the hobs before
taking away pans or pots.
Avoid inflammable
materials under the hood.
Do not expose the product
to open flames beneath it.
It can cause oils
accumulated in the filter to
catch fire. Do not operate
the product without filter.
Never leave the cooker
unattended when frying
foods, the oil may flame up
and boiled oil may cause
fire. Thus, be careful about
cloths and curtains.
If the hood Is not
periodically and properly
cleaned, this may cause
burning risk on your hood.
For refreshing the
kitchen s air from cooking
smells and steams, please
turn on your hood for 19
minutes more after
cooking or frying has
ended.
There shall be adequate
ventilation of the room
when the range hood 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)
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In the environment where
the hood is being used, the
exhaust of fuel oil or gas
devices such as room
heater must be absolutely
Insulated or device must be
hermetical type.
If there is a fuel oil or gas
device in the environment,
the room must be
ventilated sufficiently.
When a non-electrically
operated device Is
concurrently used in the
environment together with
the hood, the negative
pressure In the room must
be maximum 0.4 mbar to
avoid the hood's returning
other device's exhaust into
the room.
Never connect the hood to
Do not hang easily
flammable and
combustible materials on
hood handles.
Our company shall never
be responsible for the
problems arising from the
use agalnst the warnings
above.
There 1s a risk of fire If
cleaning Is not carried out
In accordance with the
Instructions.
Do not flambé under the
range hood.
Caution: Accessible parts
may become hot when
used with a cooking
appliance.
You are recommended to
clean your filter once a
month in normal use.
the chimneys used for
heaters, waste gas or with
rising flames. Observe
authorities regulations on
the draining of output air.
* When connecting to the
Intended use
This product 1s designed for
domestic use. Commercial
use Is not admissible.
The manufacturer shall not be
liable for any damage caused
chimney, use 120-mm by Improper use or handling.
diameter pipes. Pipe Children's safety
connection must be as e Keep children away from
short as possible with the product when it is
fewer bends. operating and do not allow
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them to play with the
product.
e Packaging materials are
dangerous to children.
Keep the packaging
materials in a place where
children cannot reach and
sort and discard them In
accordance with the waste
disposal directives.
e Electrical products are
dangerous to children.
Keep children away from
the product when It Is
operating and do not allow
them to play with the
product.
Disposing of the old product
Compliance withthe WEEE
Directive and Disposing of the
Waste Product:
This product complies with EU
WEEE Directive (2012/19/EU). This
product bears a classification
symbol for waste electrical and
electronic equipment (WEEE).
This product has been
manufactured with high quality
parts and materials which can be
reused andare sultable for
recycling. Do not dispose of the
waste product with normal
domestic and other wastes at the
end of Its service life. Take it to the
collection center for the recycling of
electrical and electronic equipment.
Please consult your local
authorities to learn about these
collection centers.
Compliance with RoHS Directive:
The product you have purchased
complies with EU RoHS Directive
(2011/65/EU). It does not contain
harmful and prohibited materials
specified in the Directive.
Package information
e Packaging materials of the
product are manufactured from
recyclable materials in
accordance with our National
Environment Regulations. Do
not dispose of the packaging
materials together with the
domestic or other wastes. Take
them to the packaging material
collection points designated by
the local authorities.
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A General information
Overview
Hood body
Control panel
Aluminum filter lock
Aluminum filter
or + CON —
Lamp
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Scope of delivery
JAccessories supplied can vary
depending on the appliance
model. Not every accessory
described In the user manual
may exist on your appliance.
1. User manual
2. Wall connector
3. Air directing component optiona
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_ Technical specifications
4. Chimney connection adapter
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5. Valves to prevent reverse air flow
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6. Distance ring
q Technical specifications may be
changed without prior notice to
improve the quality of the
product.
Figures in this manual are
A$chematic and may not exactly
match the product.
Values stated on the markings
jof the product or in other
printed documents supplied
with the product are obtained
under laboratory conditions as
per relevant standards.
Depending on operational and
environmental conditions of the
product, these values may vary.
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3 Installation
Refer to the nearest Authorised
Service Agent for installation of the
product. Make sure that the electric
installations are in place before
calling the Authorised Service Agent
to have the product ready for
operation. If not, call a qualified
electrician and fitter to have the
required arrangements made.
e YPreparation of location and
©) sw installation for the
— product is under instatler's
responsibility.
\The product must be installed
in accordance with all local
electrical regulations.
DANGER:
/ e XPrior to installation, visually check
If the product has any defects on It.
If so, do not have it installed.
Damaged products cause risks
for your safety.
| ANGER:
\Warning: Failure to install the
screws or fixing device In
accordance with the
instructions may result In
electrical hazards.
11/EN
Installation
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The minimum distance between the
supporting surface for the cooking
vessels on the hob and the lowest
part of the range hood Is 65cm.
The exhaust air must not be
discharged into a flue which 1s used
for exhausting fumes from other
appliances burning gas or other
fuels. [Not applicable for appliances
which only discharge air back into
the room)
Regulations concerning the
discharge of air have to be fulfilled.
ciectrical connection
Manufactured with Z-track power
cable, this device must he
connected to the mains by an
electrical switch with at least 3mm
clearance between bipolar contact
leads. Have the electrical
connections don
electrician
¢ An earthed outlet must be
Installed on basis of the
installation location of the
chimney or hood,
installing the hood
IMeasurements are
е ру а qualified
In mm.
The following provides necessary
information to prepare the location
for hood installation.
Sefore installation, determine the
total height of the hood carrier
assembly and mark the holes for
installation on the ceiling.
1. Center the conker and determine
your central point on the ceiling.
Mark the points to drill by using
the template and dr
HL 4 x 8 mm
/. Mount the sheet comprising the
top piece of the carrier elements
supplied with the product in a
way that it matches with these
holes. When making electrical
connection, an outlet must be
installed in à way that if matches
with section À indicated in the
above figure. There is a gap in
thie section of the sheet,
La)
Secure 4 pieces af intermeciary
carrier pieces by screwing them
to the top sheet from 6 points as
indicated in the above figure
4. For use with chimney connectio
in chimney-connected position,
absorbed air will go through oil
filters to the outlet and then will
reach to the chimney though
connection pipes and finally thrown
out from the chimney.
there must be a chimney hole on
the ceiling for use with chimney
connection.
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When using this connection 1 position,
the connection piece пока ec in
the figure must be mstalled on
chimney outlel 2 ange.
Chimney connection pipes must be
made of es plastic material.
When using flexible connection type,
it should be considered that sharp
corners and sudden contractions
will have a negative impact on air
suction
The hood must never be connected
to a chimney to which another
device was already connected.
Connection pipe sh oe not
lhe bigger "than 120 mm; on
the contrary, this application
prevents proper chimney
connection,
5. Internal circulation Use with
carbon filter)
inthe position of internal
circulation, the absorbed ar will
go through oil filters and carbon
ters, where the smells
eliminated, and through air
directing component. Later, it is
finally sent back fo the
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environment through the grates
on chimney eben ee mn a be be AA ee mene be be A,
To attach the carbon tersa,
remove the sheet on the hood
pody by removing is screws.
Place ear slots of carbon filters
|] to the ears on motor carrier
¡Mi as shown in the above figure
and turn counterclockwise Lo fix
in place. Apply the same
procedure for the motor carrier
on the other side,
ÿ-aiure to clean and service
doil filters periocically and
failure to replace carbon
filters at the end of service
Life (approximately 4
months} may have the risk of
causing fire.
6. install the air deflector dl
as indicated in the following
figure.
instal the hood body sheet and
tighten is screws,
Secure the 4 pieces of sheet
comprising the lower carrier
to the edges of the hood body
oy ising 16 screws, 8 at the
bottom and call the top.
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9. Fix the connection sheeis on the
nood body and the connection
sheets fixed to the top sheet that
was fixed to the ceiling fo each
other in away that they reside 650
mm above the hob surface,
Fach sheet must be fixed with 2
SCrews.
10. ecure the top front and rear
cover she ets of the hocd body with 7
screws, 3 on each side and 1 onine
middie as indicated in the following
figure. Rear sheet must also be
secured with 7 screws in the same
Wa
11. Secure the bottom front and
rear cover sh pets of the hood body
with & screws, 4 on each side and |
on the middle as indicated in the
tom ng figure. Rear sheet must
so be Secured with 8 screws in the
same way,
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the air easily going out of the room
in horizontal arrangements, the
pipe should be slightly tilted
upwards [approximately 10%.
NU the carbon filter is installed
don your hood, if must be
removed.
2- Use with no chimney connection
Air is filtered through carbon fiter
and returned to the room, Carbon
filter 1s used when there is no
chimney in the house or when i115
impossible to install a chimney pipe.
e install the carbon filter as
cescribed in item ón
Installation section,
Future transportation
* Keep the products original
carton and transport the
product in it. Follow the
instructions on the carton. If you
do not have the original carton,
pack the product in bubble wrap
or thick cardboard and tape it
securely.
Fe YDo not place any objects onto
y Áthe product and move it in
upright position.
You may use the hood in two
Check the general appearance
fof your product for any
damages that might have
occurred during transportation.
Ways:
1- Use with chimney connection
The steam is thrown out vis
chimney pipe which is secured to
the connection ring on the hooë.
Diameter of chimney pipe should be
equal to connection ring. To allow
15/EN
fA Operating the hood
Hood Is equipped with a motor with
various speed settings.
For a better performance, we advise
you to use low speeds in normal
conditions, and high speeds when
ll and tensified
On/off button / Speed!
Speed?
Speed3 / Booster
Function key
Lamp key
O O SS CO N —
Display
Auto off symbol
Booster symbol
Filter full warning symbol
x Air filter mode symbol
O Quiet mode symbol
X Lamp symbol
Operating the hood
1. To turn on the hood, touch the
on/off key.
2. To change the speed, touch
Speed? and Speed 3 keys.
» Speed level of the hood shall be
displayed.
# @Do not touch both keys
isimultaneously. If touched,
higher speed will be activated.
“Appliance operates for a
maximum of 6 hours when no
key 15 touched while It Is
operated.
Auto off mode
1. Touch the function key when the
appliance Is operated at a certain
speed. Auto off mode will be
activated and © symbol Is
displayed.
2. Appliance shall be turned off
automatically after operating for
20 minutes at the set level.
a Auto off mode is canceled
when any level key other
“than the lamp key is
pressed.
Activating intense ventilation
mode (Booster)
Touch the speed3 key for more than
two seconds. Intense ventilation
mode will be activated and P and 4
symbol shall be displayed, and the
appliance will be active for
maximum 10 minutes. After 10
minutes, it will continue to operate
In Speed 3 position.
During intense ventilation, if any of
the speed keys Is touched then the
operation will continue in that
speed level.
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Turning off the hood
1. Touch on the Off key when the
hood Is operating in a certain
speed.
» When the hood Is being turned off,
"0" 1s flashed on the display for 8
seconds while motor 1s being
stopped. This is not an error.
Operating the lamp
1. Touch the lamp key to turn on
the lamp.
Lamp illuminates and Ж symbol Is
displayed.
Turning off the lamp
1. To turn off the lamp, press the
lamp switch with short intervals
until % symbol disappears.
Lamp Is turned off and the Xe
symbol on the display disappears.
y ЧОН Кеу does not turn off the
. 4lamp, it only stops operation
of the hood.
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Changing the lamp light level
You can set the lamp to 3 levels.
1. Press the lamp button and then
It will turn on and 1st level is
selected. Press the lamp button
to increase the lighting level.
Each press will increase the
level by 1. After the last level, the
lamp will turn off.
Air filter mode
1. Touch the function key when the
appliance Is not operated at any
speed.
» Air filter mode will be activated
and C and X symbol Is displayed.
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2. Air filter mode will operate for 10
minutes at speed 1 level and
then stops for 50 minutes within
1 hour. If the air filter mod will
not turned off, it will continue to
operate for 10 minutes and stops
50 minutes for each each hour
during 24 hours.
a You can utilize air filter
fmode to remove odor found
in-house in long term using
low speed.
Turning off the air filter mode
1. Turn off the air filtering mode by
touching any speed key or
touching the off key while the air
filtering mode Is active.
While the air filter mode Is
| dective, when you turn on and
off the appliance at any
speed level, air filter mode
Shall not be remembered.
e YWhile the air filter mode 15
Jactive, the program will be
“canceled if there is a
blackout.
Filter full warning
After every 100 hours operation, E
symbol and the set level flashes In
turn on the display. Also, tés symbol
appears on display. Clean your filter.
Filter full warning will not reset
automatically after cleaning.
Filter full warning may be reset by
pressing function and speed3
buttons for 3 seconds
simultaneously.
When the hood gave filter full
warning, the warning will not be
“reset if there is a blackout.
Quiet mode
You may prevent key clicks from the
hood by activating the quiet mode.
Touch the function key until 5)
symbol is displayed to switch to
quiet mode. Touch the function key
until 29 symbol Is disappeared from
the display to cancel the quiet mode.
Controller
You may also control your appliance
with the remote controller.
The dot sign on the display flashes
twice for each operation of the
controller keys when the hood Is
operated with the controller
On/off button
Increase speed button
Decrease speed button
Air filter mode button
© Auto off button
2 Booster button
Filter full warning off button
A Quiet mode button
<n) Quiet mode cancel button
Jo Lamp button
Je Lamp lighting level increase
button
me. Lamp lighting level decrease
button
Operating the hood with the
controller
1. To turn on the hood, touch the
on/off key on the controller.
» Hood starts to operate at speed].
2. Press Speed increase and/or
Speed decrease buttons to
change the speed level.
» Speed level of the hood shall be
displayed.
Never press on two buttons at
fine same time.
¡Appliance operates for a
maximum of 6 hours when no
button Is pressed while itis
operated.
Turning off the hood with the
controller
1. Press on the on/off key on the
controller when the hood Is
operating in a certain speed.
» When the hood Is being turned off,
"0" 1s flashed on the display for 8
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seconds while motor 1s being
stopped. This is not an error.
Turning the auto off mode on
with the controller
1. Press the button on the
controller while the appliance Is
operated at a certain speed. Auto
off mode will be activated and ©
symbol Is displayed.
2. Appliance shall be turned off
automatically after operating for
20 minutes at the set level.
Auto off mode Is canceled
fwhen a speed level other
than the level that the
appliance is being operated
IS Set.
Activating intense ventilation
mode (Booster) with the
controller
Press the ¥ button on the
controller while the appliance 15
operated at any speed level. Intense
ventilation mode will be activated
and P and Y symbol shall be
displayed, and the appliance will be
active for maximum 10 minutes.
After 10 minutes, it will continue to
operate in Speed 3 position.
Press speed increase or decrease
buttons to quit the intense
ventilation mode. Operation will
continue in the selected speed level.
Operating the lamp with the
controller |
1. Press on the button®¥ to operate
the lamp.
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» Lamp illuminates and He symbol
IS displayed.
Turning off the lamp with the
controller
1. Press on the lamp Xx again to
turn off the lamp.
» Lamp 1s turned off and the He
symbol on the display disappears.
Changing the lamp light level
via the controller
You can set the lamp to 3 levels.
1. Pressing + switch will increase
the lighting level.
2. Pressing - switch will decrease
the lighting level.
a you may turn the lamp on and
. Joff while hood Is turned off.
a On/Off button does not turn off
Ре lamp, it only stops operation
of the hood.
Turning the air filtering mode
on with the controller
1. When the appliance 1s not
operated, press 7 button
without pressing on/off button on
the controller.
» Air filter mode will be activated
and C and X symbol Is displayed.
2. Air filter mode will operate for 10
minutes at speed 1 level and
then stops for 50 minutes within
1 hour. If the air filter mod will
not turned off, it will continue to
operate for 10 minutes and stops
50 minutes for each each hour
during 24 hours.
y You can utilize air filter
Imode to remove odor found
in-house in long term using
low speed.
Turning the air filtering mode
off with the controller
1. Turn off the air filtering mode by
pressing speed increase, on/off
key or Ÿ key while the air
filtering mode Is active.
While the air filter mode Is
jactive, when you turn on and
off the appliance at any
speed level, air filter mode
shall not be remembered.
y While the air filter mode 1s
. jactive, the program will be
canceled if there Is a
blackout.
Turning off the filter full
warning with the controller
After every 100 hours operation, F
symbol and the set level flashes In
turn on the display. Also, és symbol
appears on display. Clean your filter.
Filter full warning will not reset
automatically after cleaning.
Press the sl button on the control
to turn off the filter full warning.
When the hood gave filter full
warning, the warning will not be
reset If there is a blackout.
Activating the quiet mode with
controller
You may prevent key clicks from the
hood by activating the quiet mode.
Press the H button on the
controller to switch to quiet mode.
cf) Symbol appears on display.
Press SÍ) button to activate key
clicks by canceling the quiet mode.
7) ) symbol disappears.
Replacing the battery of the
controller
“II
1. Remove the cover from the point
Indicated with arrow and open
the battery compartment.
2. Place the CR2016 type battery.
3. Close the cover of battery
compartment,
# batteries may be dead if
, Ayour appliance does not
react completely to the
commands given by the
controller. Discharged
batteries shall never be kept
in battery compartment.
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y Manufacturer shall not be
held responsible for
damages caused by used
batteries.
Note on the environment
Pb
This symbol, available on the
battery or on the product package,
Indicates that the battery delivered
with this product shall not be
considered as universal waste. This
symbol may be used with a
chemical symbol on some batteries.
21/EN
HG chemical symbol is added If the
amount of mercury in the batteries
IS higher than 0.0005%; and Pb
chemical symbol is added If the
amount of lead in the batteries 15
higher than 0.004%. Including the
ones without heavy metals,
batteries shall not be disposed with
household waste. Please dispose of
used batteries In an
environmentally friendly manner.
Learn the regulations in your local
area.
5 Maintenance and care
General information
Service life of the product will
extend and frequent problems will
decrease If the product 1s cleaned
DANGER:
\Disconnect the product from mains
supply before starting maintenance
and cleaning works.
There is the risk of electric
shock!
e (lean the product thoroughly
after each use. In this way It will
be possible to remove cooking
residues more easily, thus
avoiding these from burning the
next time the appliance Is used.
e No special cleaning agents are
required for cleaning the
product. Use warm water with
washing liquid, a soft cloth or
sponge to clean the product and
wipe it with a dry cloth.
* Do not use cleaning agents that
contain acid or chloride to clean
the stainless or Inox surfaces
and the handle. Use a soft cloth
with a liquid detergent [not
abrasive) to wipe those parts
clean, paying attention to sweep
In one direction.
e YI he surface might get damaged
di, some detergents or cleaning
- materials.
Do not use aggressive
detergents, cleaning
powders/creams or any sharp
objects during cleaning.
y YDo not use steam cleaners for
cleaning.
Aluminum filter
This filter captures oil particles In
the air. You are recommended to
clean your filter once a month in
normal use. Please firstly remove
aluminum filters for this process.
Wash the filters in liquid-detergent
water and install them after drying.
Aluminum filters might change
colour in time due to washing. This
IS normal and you don't need to
replace the filter.
# You can also wash aluminum
. Afilters in dishwasher.
Removing aluminum filters
1. Push aluminum filter lock
forward.
2. Slightly lower the filter and pull
forth. Otherwise, you may bend
the filter.
3. After washing, reverse the steps
above to re-install the aluminum
filter.
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Carbon filter (Use without
chimney)
Y a» YCarbon filter should never be
washed.
y Position of lamp might vary
from the figure.
It should be replaced once every 4
months in normal use. You may
obtain carbon filters from the
Authorised Service.
Replacing the lamp
y §1 he lamp used in this appliance
dis not suitable for household
room illumination. The intended
purpose of this lamp 15 to assist
the user to see foodstuffs.
\ DANGER:
Before replacing the lamp, make
sure that the product is
disconnected from mains in order
to avoid the risk of an electrical
shock. If hot, let the lamp cool
down.
Hot surfaces may cause burns!
; Yror the specifications of the
lamp, see Technical
specifications, page 10. Oven
lamps can be obtained from
Authorised Service Agents.
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1. Remove the lamp pressing it
towards its seat in clockwise
direction (1) and then remove
turning it in counterclockwise
direction (2).
2. Insert the new lamp turning it in
clockwise direction.
3. A click” will be heard when the
lamp Is secured in its place.
* The mains fuse Is defective or has tripped. >—>—> Check fuses in the
fuse box. If necessary, replace or reset them.
e Productis not plugged into the socket. >—>— Check the plug
connection.
e Speed button might not be set. >>> Press the required speed
button.
e Power is cut. >—>— Check if there is power. Check the fuses in the
fuse box. If necessary, replace or reset the fuses.
* Hood lamp Is defective. >—>— Replace the hood lamp.
e Power is cut. >—>— Check if there is power. Check the fuses in the
fuse box. If necessary, replace or reset the fuses.
Consult the Authorised Service
Agent or the dealer where you
"have purchased the product if
you cannot remedy the trouble
although you have implemented
the Instructions in this section.
Never attempt to repair a
defective product yourself.
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Vl Guarantee
Guarantee for Refrigeration, Cooking Appliances, Washing Machines & Dishwashers
Your new Grundig product is guaranteed against the cost of breakdown repairs for 5
years from the date of the original purchase.
“Please visit the “support” section on the Grundig website at www.grundig.co.uk to
register your 5 year warranty.”
What is covered?
= Repairs necessary as a result of faulty materials, defective components or
manufacturing defect.
= The cost of functional replacement parts, but excluding consumable items.
= The labour costs of a Grundig approved repairer to carry out the repair.
What is not covered?
= Transit, delivery or accidental damage or misuse and abuse.
= (Cabinet or appearance parts, including knobs, flaps, handles or container lids.
= Accessories or consumable items including but not limited to, ice trays, scrapers,
cutlery baskets, filters and light bulbs.
= Repairs required as a result of unauthorised repair or inexpert installation that fails to
meet the requirements contained in the user instruction book.
= Repairs to products used on commercial or non-residential household premises.
= Loss of frozen food in freezers or fridge/freezers.[Food loss insurance is often included
within your household contents insurance policy, or may be available separately from
your retailer]
Important notes
= Your Grundig product is designed and built for domestic household use only.
= The guarantee will be void If the product is installed or used in commercial or non-
residential domestic household premises.
= The product must be correctly installed, located and operated in accordance with the
Instructions contained in the User Instructions Booklet provided.
=" Professional installation by a qualified Electrical Domestic Appliance Installer is
recommended for all Washing Machines, Dishwashers and Electric Cookers
= Gas Cookers must only be installed by a Gas Safe (or BORD GAIS) registered Gas
Installer.
= The guarantee Is given only within the boundaries of the United Kingdom and the
Republic of Ireland.
= The guarantee is applicable only to new products and is not transferable if the product
Is resold.
= Grundig disclaims any liability for incidental or consequential damages.
= The guarantee does not in anyway diminish your statutory or legal rights.
Should you experience any difficulty in obtaining service please contact the Grundig
Customer Helpline.
Tel: 0845 603 1234
0345 603 1234
e-mail:service(dGrundig.co.uk
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8 Service
Please keep your purchase receipt or other proof of purchase in a safe place; you will
need to have it should the product require attention under guarantee.
You should also complete the details below; it will help us assist you when requesting
service. [The model number is printed on the Instruction Booklet and the serial number
is printed on the Rating Label affixed to the appliance)
Model No:
Serial No:
Retailer:
Date of purchase:
For service under guarantee simply telephone the appropriate number below UK
Mainland & Northern Ireland
0845 603 1234
0345 603 1234
Republic of Ireland
All Refrigeration, All Cookers
Washing Machines and Dishwashers
01862 3411
Before requesting service please check the trouble-shooting guide in the Operating
Instructions as a charge may be levied where no fault is found even though your product
may still be under guarantee. Service once the manufacturers guarantee has expired.
If you have purchased an extended guarantee please refer to the instructions contained
within the extended guarantee agreement document. Otherwise please call the
appropriate number above where service can be obtained at a charge.
Grundig, 1 Greenhill Crescent, Watford Herts WD18 8QU
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