Self-Cleaning Range Hoods

Self-Cleaning Range Hoods
Self-Cleaning Range Hoods
Undermount Range Hoods
NA930C/R
CYS1000R
CY3000R
CY1000C/R
CY2080R
CY1011R
NA330R
Installation and Operation Instructions
Please read all instructions before installing and operating.
All wiring and installation must be in accordance with CEC, NEC and local electrical codes.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING
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appliance must be installed by a
technician.
manufacturer declines all responsibilities in the event of
failure to observe the instructions given here for installation,
maintenance and suitable use of the product.
manufacturer further declines all responsibility for injury
due to negligence, and the warranty of the unit automatically
expires due to improper installation and maintenance.
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK, OR
INJURY TO PERSONS, OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING:
1.
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3.
CAUTION
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For indoor use only.
For residential cooking use only. Do not use to exhaust
hazardous or explosive materials or vapors.
Two installers are recommended because of the size and
weight of this hood.
Do not use more than 60 watts incandescent light bulbs
for any model. Do not use round shaped light bulb for
models CY1000C or CY1000R. Recommended use 23W
tube (equivalent to a 90 watts incandescent
light bulb).
Do not use more than 25 watts per halogen bulb for
models CYS1000R, CY1011R, and CY3000R. Light bulbs
combined are not to exceed 50 watts. Use 12V, 20W Ma-ximum, LED light bulb for NA330R.
4.
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WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF RANGE TOP GREASE FIRE:
1.
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5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Never leave the range unattended at high settings.
Always turn hood ON when cooking at high heat or when
food.
Use proper pan size. Always use cookware appropriate for
the size of the surface element.
Keep fan,
and grease laden surfaces clean. Clean
ventilating fans frequently. Do not allow grease to
accumulate on fan or
Use HIGH setting on hood only when necessary.
Don’t leave hood unattended when cooking.
To reduce the risk of
use only metal ductwork.
unit must be grounded.
Not for outdoor use.
Use this unit only in the manner intended by the manufacturer.
Before servicing or cleaning the unit, switch power
at service panel and lock service panel to prevent power
from being switched on accidentally. When the service
disconnecting means cannot be locked, securely fasten a
prominent warning device to the service panel.
Installation work and electrical wiring must be done by
persons in accordance with all applicable codes
construction.
and standards, including
air is needed for proper combustion and exhausting
of gases through the
of fuel burning equipment to
prevent back
Follow the heating equipment
manufacturer’s guideline and safety standards as published
by the local code authorities.
When cutting or drilling into walls or ceilings, be careful
not to damage existing electrical wiring and other hidden
utilities.
electric shock and to properly
To reduce the risk of
exhaust air, ducted fans must always be vented outdoors.
Do not vent exhaust air into spaces within walls, ceilings,
attics, crawl spaces, or garages. Do not connect this fan
with any solid-state speed control device.
Always keep the duct clear to maintain proper
for
venting.
bottom of the hood MUST NOT BE LESS than 28”
and at a suggested maximum of 36” above cooktop for
best capture of cooking impurities. For a gas range, the
bottom of the hood MUST NOT BE LESS than 30” above
cooktop.
WARNING
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Do not repair or replace any part of this appliance unless
recommended in this book. All other service
should be performed by a
technician.
hood motor has a thermal overload that will
automatically shut the motor if it becomes overheated.
motor will restart. If the motor continually shuts
and restarts, contact the Cyclone service department.
Ensure that the hood is mounted at the recommended
mounting height.
product may have sharp edges. Be careful to avoid
cuts and abrasions during installation and cleaning.
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Contents
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Important Safety Instructions
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Damage Inspection
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Ducting
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Mounting Heights and Clearance
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Wiring Installation
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Undermount Installation - Tools and Materials Required
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Undermount Installation - Parts Provided
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Undermount Hood Installation
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Undermount Hoods Specifications
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Troubleshooting
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Maintenance
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Control Panel
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Cyclone Range Hoods Limited Warranty
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Damage Inspection
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Please fully inspect unit for damage before installation.
If the unit is damaged in shipment, return the unit to the store in which it was bought for repair or replacement.
If the unit is damaged by the customer, repair or replacement is the responsibility of the customer.
If the unit is damaged by the installer (if other than the customer), repair of replacement must be made by arrangement between
customer and installer.
Once installed, all damages will be assumed the responsibility of the installer.
Ducting
WARNING
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To reduce the risk of fire, use only metal ductwork.
To reduce risk of fire and to properly exhaust air, be sure
to duct air outside – do not vent exhaust air into spaces
within walls, ceilings, attics, crawl spaces, or garages.
Examples of different types of ventilation for
undermounts:
Roof Pitch with Cap
and Flashing
CAUTION
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Best to use rigid type metal ducts. Flexible ducts can
restrict airflow by more than 50%.
Reduce the number of transitions and turns as much as
possible. If a reducer is used, install a long reducer instead
of a pancake reducer. If turns and transitions are required,
install them as far away from the opening as possible and
as far apart between two as possible.
WARNING
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Soffit or Crawl Space
6” round ductwork must be used to maintain maximum
air flow efficiency with motors of 300 CFM or greater. If
the use of any size ducting is less than 6”, the warranty is
automatically voided.
The venting duct must go horizontally or vertically up
to the outside wall or the roof. If it is turned downward
anywhere in the venting system, the warranty is automatically
voided.
Side Wall Cap
with Gravity
Damper
Fasten all connections with sheet metal screws and tape all joints
with certified aluminum foil tape or duct.
Do not cut a joist or stud unless absolutely necessary. If a joist or
stud must be cut then a supporting frame must be constructed.
Before making cutouts make sure there is proper clearance within
the ceiling or wall for the exhaust vent.
Side Wall Cap with
Gravity Damper
Additional parts not provided.
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Mounting Heights and Clearance
WARNING
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The hood should be installed at 28” minimum above the
cooking surface. If pairing your range hood with a gas
stove minimum mounting height must be 30” above the
cooking surface.
Minimum mount height between range top to hood bottom should
be no less than 28” for electric or ceramic stoves, and no less than 30”
for gas stoves. The maximum mount height should be no more than
36”. The hood must be installed at the correct mounting height. Hoods
mounted too low could result in heat damage. Hoods mounted too
high, on the other hand, will be less effective and performance may
suffer.
Min:
Ceramic/Electric 28”
Gas
30”
36”
Max:
Check your ceiling height and the hood height maximum before
you select your hood.
Hood installation height above cook top is the user’s preference. The lower the hood is above the cook top the more efficient it will
be in drawing out cooking odors, grease and smoke.
36”
Wiring Installation
This appliance requires 120V 60Hz electrical supply and
connection to an individual properly grounded branch circuit
protected by a circuit breaker or time delay fuse.
Black: Power
Grounding Instructions
White: Neutral
This appliance must be grounded.
This appliance is equipped with a cord having a grounding wire or
with a plug having grounding wire. The grounding wire must be
grounded properly in the junction box or the plug must be plugged
into an outlet that is properly installed and grounded.
Green: Ground
1. Connect the power line ground wire to the green ground wire
supplied with the hood.
2. Connect the black power wire to the black wire supplied with
the hood.
3. Connect the white neutral wire to the white wire supplied with
the hood.
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PLEASE REFER TO PAGES 11-20 FOR YOUR MODEL’S SPECIFICATIONS
UNDERMOUNT INSTALLATION - TOOLS AND MATERIALS
REQUIRED
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Electrical drill or ratchet driver
Phillips screwdriver #2 or driver bit
Straight blade screwdriver
Wire stripper or cutter
Tape measure
Electrical supplies for wiring (i.e. marrets,
electrical tape)
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Aluminum foil tape and/or duct tape
Hammer
Jigsaw or saber saw
Step ladder
UNDERMOUNT INSTALLATION - PARTS SUPPLIED
1 × Hood
Rectangular Opening Models ONLY:
1 × Rectangular Damper
All Units Except NA330R:
2 × Round Oil Saucers
CYS1000R ONLY:
1 × Round Oil Saucer
All Units Except NA330R:
2 × Rectangular Oil Cups
CYS1000R ONLY:
1 × Rectangular Oil Cups
CY3000R ONLY:
2 × Insertable Oil Cups
INCLUDED IN UNIT
CYS1000R, CY1011R, CY3000R ONLY:
2 × Halogen Lights
(120V, 20W)
PRE-INSTALLED
NA330R ONLY:
2 × LED Lights
(12V, 20W)
NA330R ONLY:
1 × Oil Collector
HARDWARE PACKAGE
4 × Mounting Screws
Rectangular Opening Models ONLY:
6 × Damper Screws
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Undermount Hood Installation
WARNING
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Turn off power circuit at the service panel before wiring
this unit.
All electrical work must be done by a qualified electrician
in accordance with all applicable codes and standards.
This range hood must be properly grounded.
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CAUTION
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At least two installers are required due to the weight and
size of the hood.
Baffle Removal for NA330R:
Figure 1a.
Preparation for Installation
1. Unpack range hood and check contents. Note: Be cautious of
sharp edges within the unit. Remove hood cover insert screws
and lift off cover to expose the inside (Figure 1). For NA330R,
to open the cover (baffle filter) complete the following steps
(Figure 1a):
i. Pull the baffle filter forwards toward the front of the hood
using the handle while pushing the back side upwards
inside the hood.
ii. With the filter tilted upwards, push the filter backward
and then pull down the front to remove the baffle filter.
Figure 1.
1. Forward
2. Upwards
4. Downwards
3. Upwards
Figure 2.
Figure 3a, 3b.
Electrical Knockout
2. Remove either the top or rear electrical knockout depending
on how you plan to run power leads to the hood through
cabinet or wall (Figure 2).
i. Insert a screwdriver into the knockout slot and bend the
knockout back and forth (Figure 3a & 3b). Pliers may be
used to remove the loosened knockout.
3. For rectangular rear venting configuration (Figure 4):
i. Cover the rectangular top cutout with the rectangular
cover plate and fasten with tapping screws. For optimal
use, remove flapper for top venting configuration.
ii. Place the rectangular damper onto the rear cutout and
fasten with tapping screws.
Important: Seal both the top cover plate and damper with
aluminum foil tape (preferred) or duct tape.
4. For rectangular top venting configuration (Figure 5):
i. Cover the rear cutout with the rectangular cover plate
and fasten with tapping screws.
ii. Place the rectangular damper onto the top rectangular
cutout and fasten with tapping screws.
Important: Seal both the rear cover plate and damper with
aluminum foil tape (preferred) or duct tape.
5. For round top venting configuration: no rear cover or damper
required.
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Figure 4.
Cover Plate
Tapping Screws
Damper
Figure 5.
Damper
Cover Plate
Tapping Screws
Preparation for Vent and Exhaust Duct Connection
1. To connect a rectangular vent to a round exhaust duct (or vice
versa), use a connecting duct and adapter.
2. The round vent of a Cyclone Range Hood is 6” diameter. If
the round exhaust duct is not 6” diameter, a connecting duct
is necessary to accommodate the different size. If the exhaust
duct is less than 6” diameter, the efficiency of your Cyclone
Range Hood will be reduced and the warranty may be voided.
3. If the rectangular vent is being connected to an existing rectangular
duct, a connecting duct is not needed. However, a professional
should be consulted to install the range hood properly.
4. An exhaust duct needs to be cut if there is not an existing duct in
your home. Please consult/hire a professional to complete the
work properly. In general, for rear venting, a rectangular hole
needs to be cut into the wall to fit the rectangular exhaust duct
extended to the outside wall. For top venting, a rectangular or
a 6” round hole needs to be cut through the ceiling or the back
wall and the bottom of the cabinet to fit the duct connection.
Install the Undermount Hood
1. Place the range hood on the bottom of the cabinet. Route the power
supply cord through the access hole and through the knockout.
This step will have to be accomplished while positioning the hood
(Figure 6 & 7).
2. Center the hood in place beneath the Figure 6.
cabinet and flush with the front of
the cabinet. Outline the four keyhole
mounting slots for the hood onto the
bottom of the cabinet.
3. Partially screw in the four hood
mounting wood screws through the
Knockout
Opening
narrow ends of the marked keyholes.
4. Align the hood’s wider ends of the
keyholes mounting slots over the four
partially installed screws. Push the hood against the wall so
that the screws are now secured in the narrow end of the
keyhole and that the front of the hood is aligned with the
cabinet front (Figure 7).
5. Check to ensure the rear or top vent is fitted and connected to
the duct properly. Use aluminum foil tape to cover all seams.
6. Tighten the hood mounting screws all the way into the cabinet
so the hood is firmly attached.
7. Make the Electrical Connection
i. Secure the electrical wire to the hood with the connector’s “STAR” locknut.
ii. Strip about ½” of insulation from the ends of the electrical
power wires.
iii. Connect the power line ground wire to the green ground
wire supplied with the hood (Figure 8).
iv. Connect the black power wire to the black wire supplied
with the hood.
v. Complete the same step with the white wire.
8. Reinstall the hood cover plate with the insert screws. For
NA330R, no screws are needed. Place baffle filters back on.
9. Attach the rectangular and round oil collectors at the far
back and under the fan guard respectively. For NA330R, oil
collector is already installed.
10. Turn on the hood to check for any leaks in the ductwork and
to ensure proper function.
Figure 8.
Figure 7.
Range Hood Front
Junction Box
Range Hood Connection
Mounted Strips
Keyhole
Slot Outline
Power Line Connection
Width of
Range Hood
Electrical Knockout
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Undermount Hoods Specifications
NA930C/NA930R
CY1000C/CY1000R/
CY1011R/CY2080R
CY3000R
CYS1000R
NA330R
SIZE
30”
30”
30”
24”/30”
30”/36”
MAX.
CUBIC FEET/METER
(CFM)
680
680
CY2080R - 300
680
300
680
MAX. SONES
7
7
CY2080R - 3
7
7
7
MOTOR
DOUBLE
DOUBLE
DOUBLE
SINGLE
DOUBLE
FINISH
WHT/BLK/SS
WHT/BLK/SS
WHT/BLK/SS
WHT/BLK/SS
SS
CONTROLS
ROCKER SWITCH
ROCKER SWITCH
DIGITAL TOUCH
SWITCH
ROCKER SWITCH
DIGITAL TOUCH
SWITCH
SPEED LEVELS
2
2
6
2
6
TIME DELAY OFF
NO
NO
YES
NO
YES
FILTERS
NO
NO
NO
NO
BAFFLE
DUCT
NA930C - 6” ROUND TOP
NA930R - 3½” × 10”
RECTANGULAR TOP OR
REAR
CY1000C - 6” ROUND TOP
CY1000R - 3½” × 10”
RECTANGULAR TOP OR
REAR
3½” × 10”
RECTANGULAR
TOP OR REAR
3½” × 10”
RECTANGULAR
TOP OR REAR
3½” × 10”
RECTANGULAR
TOP
MAX. FAN SPEED
1550RPM
1550RPM
CY2080R - 1050RPM
1550RPM
1050RPM
1550RPM
q
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SPECIFICATIONS
Classic Collection Undermount - Model: NA930C
15
⅛”
”
8⅞
2”
6”
28
1 ¼”
2”
⅛”
Φ 6”
2¾
”
29
¾”
21
½”
28 ⅛”
Φ 6”
12”
2”
8 ⅞”
7 ⅜”
4 ⅜”
1 ¼”
29 ¾”
BOTTOM
TOP
½”
6”
21 ½”
SIDE
FRONT
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SPECIFICATIONS
Classic Collection Undermount - Model: NA930R
15
⅛”
”
8⅞
2”
6”
28
1 ¼”
2”
⅛”
10
”
3”
2¾
”
1 ⅝”
½”
29
¾”
21
½”
28 ⅛”
10”
8 ⅞”
2”
3”
1 ⅝”
1 ¼”
29 ¾”
BOTTOM
TOP
6”
21 ½”
SIDE
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FRONT
SPECIFICATIONS
Classic Collection Undermount - Model: CY1000C
12
½”
”
8¾
4 ¾”
2 ¼”
1 ¾”
1 ½”
27
⅞”
Φ 6”
2¾
”
29
¾”
20
¾”
27 ⅞”
Φ 6”
12”
2 ¼”
8 ¾”
5 ½”
2 ½”
1 ½”
29 ¾”
BOTTOM
TOP
½”
4 ¾”
20 ¾”
SIDE
FRONT
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SPECIFICATIONS
Classic Collection Undermount - Model: CY1000R/CY2080R
12
½”
”
8¾
4 ¾”
2 ¼”
1 ¾”
1 ½”
27
⅞”
10
”
3”
2¾
1 ⅝”
”
½”
29
¾”
20
¾”
27 ⅞”
10”
8 ¾”
2 ¼”
3”
1 ⅝”
1 ½”
29 ¾”
BOTTOM
TOP
4 ¾”
20 ¾”
SIDE
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FRONT
SPECIFICATIONS
Classic Collection Undermount - Model: CYS1000R
12
½”
”
8¾
4 ¾”
2 ¼”
1 ¾”
1 ½”
27
10
⅞”
”
3”
2¾
1 ⅝”
”
½”
23
¾”
or
29
¾”
20
¾”
21 ½” or 27 ¾”
10”
8 ⅞”
2 ⅛”
3”
1 ¾”
1 ½”
23 ¾” or 29 ⅞”
BOTTOM
TOP
4 ¾”
20 ¾”
SIDE
FRONT
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SPECIFICATIONS
Classic Collection Undermount - Model: CY3000R
14
½”
”
8¾
2 ¼”
7 ⅞”
28
1 ½”
1 ⅞”
⅞”
10
”
3”
3”
1 ⅝”
½”
29
⅞”
”
22
28 ⅞”
10”
8 ¾”
2 ¼”
3”
1 ½”
1 ⅝”
29 ⅞”
TOP
BOTTOM
8”
22”
SIDE
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FRONT
SPECIFICATIONS
Classic Collection Undermount - Model: CY1011R
12
½”
”
8¾
4 ¾”
2 ¼”
1 ¾”
1 ½”
27
⅞”
10
”
3”
2¾
1 ⅝”
”
½”
29
¾”
20
¾”
27 ⅞”
10”
8 ¾”
2 ¼”
3”
1 ½”
1 ⅝”
29 ¾”
BOTTOM
TOP
4 ¾”
20 ¾”
SIDE
FRONT
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SPECIFICATIONS
Pro Collection Undermount - Model: NA330R
”
12
”
9½
2 ½”
8”
27
1 ¾”
2”
½”
or
10
33
”
”
3”
1 ⅝”
2½
”
29
¾”
or
35
¾”
”
22
27 ½” or 33”
10”
9 ½”
2 ½”
3”
1 ¾”
29 ¾” or 35 ¾”
BOTTOM
TOP
8”
22”
SIDE
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FRONT
1 ⅝”
Troubleshooting
For additional service inquiries, contact Cyclone servicing department at 1-888-293-5662 or [email protected]
ISSUE
CAUSE
Unit doesn’t work after 1. The power source is not turned ON.
installation.
SOLUTION
1. Ensure power is ON for the circuit breaker and
unit.
2. The power line and the cable locking connector 2. Check the power connection with the unit is
are not connected properly.
connected properly.
3. The control panel or motherboard is defective 3. Change the control panel or motherboard.
(CY3000R/NA330R).
Light indicates power 1. The motor is defective, possibly seized.
ON but motor doesn’t
turn.
2. The switch board or control board is defective.
1. Change the motor. Servicing may be required.
The unit vibrates.
1. The motor is not secured.
1. Tighten the motor in place.
2. Damaged blower wheel.
2. Replace the blower wheel. Servicing may be
required.
3. The hood is not secured in place.
3. Check the installation of the hood. Screws may
require tightening
2. Change defective part. Servicing may be
required.
4. Venting duct too small or blockage in the duct 4. Check the venting duct and the wall cap or roof
opening or ductwork.
cap.
Motor works but lights 1. Defective halogen bulb.
do not turn on.
2. The light bulb is loose.
1. Change the halogen bulb.
2. Tighten the light bulb.
3. The control panel or motherboard is defective 3. Change the control panel or motherboard.
(CY3000R/NA330R).
The hood is not venting 1. The hood might be hanging too high from the 1. Adjust the distance between the cook top and
out properly.
cook top.
the bottom of the hood within 28” - 36” above
the range.
2. Blockage in the duct opening or ductwork.
2. Remove all the blocking from the duct work or
duct opening.
3. Using the wrong size of ducting.
3. Use at least 6” duct work.
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MAINTENANCE
For a complete description of our maintenance and operating instructions you may visit us on-line at
www.CycloneRangeHoods.com to download your model’s Owner’s Manual.
Replacing Lightbulbs:
WARNING
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Always switch
maintenance.
WARNING
power and unplug before cleaning and
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Surface and Filter Cleaning:
•
Clean with warm soapy water and a clean cloth. Do not use corrosive
or abrasive detergent or steel wool pads that can scratch the surface
of the machine.
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Use non-abrasive stainless steel polish to
grain. Scrub lightly.
out the luster and
stainless steel
trap residue and grease from cooking.
should never have to be replaced but should be cleaned
thoroughly every 30 to 60 days depending on cooking habits. Filters
may be placed on the top rack of the dishwasher or soaked in warm,
soapy water.
Spray degreasing detergent and leave to soak if heavily soiled.
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Always switch electrical supply before carrying out any
operation on the appliance.
In order to prevent the risk of personal injury, the halogen
lamps must be cooled before removal.
Do not use more than 60W incandescent light bulbs
for any model. Do not use round shaped light bulb for
models CY1000C or CY1000R. Recommended use 23W
tube (equivalent to a 90W incandescent light
bulb).
Please use 23W or 15W
tube light bulbs for NA930/
CY1000. Use 120V 25W halogen light bulbs for CY1011R/
CYS1000R/CY3000R. Use Type JC, 12V, 20W Maximum,
halogen bulb for NA330R.
To change bulbs for CYS1000R and CY3000R:
1. Firmly press
against the lightbulb and twist counterclockwise until bulb is loosened
Control Panel
Model: NA330R (above) CY3000R (below)
The unit is controlled by a digital touch switch. Model: NA930C/NA930R/CY1000C/CY1000R/
CY2080R/CY1011R
The unit is controlled by rocker switches.
The fan and light are each controlled by a rocker switch. The
fan switch has three positions: HIGH, LOW and OFF. The light
switch has two positions, ON and OFF. For CY1011R the light
switch has three positions for HIGH, LOW and OFF. Light
Power
LOW
speed
Timer/24 Hour Clock
HIGH
speed
Power
Light
HIGH
speed
LOW
speed
ON
OFF
OFF
Light
Fan Controls
To Set the Time
The time will appear on the digital display panel. Simply press and
hold the power button for about three seconds and use the LOW
button to set the hour and the HIGH button to set the minutes.
To Engage Time-Delay Off Functions:
Simply press the power button while the machine is running, and
use the LOW and HIGH power buttons to set the number of minutes
you would like the fan to run before automatically shutting off.
Model: CYS1000R
The unit is controlled by rocker switches.
The fan and light are each controlled by a rocker switch. The
fan switch has three positions: HIGH, LOW and OFF. The light
switch has three positions for HIGH, LOW and OFF.
OFF
HIGH
speed
OFF
LOW
speed
Fan Controls
HIGH
LOW
Light
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CYCLONE RANGE HOODS LIMITED WARRANTY
Company”) provides a warranty that its products are free from defects in
Cyclone Range Hoods Inc. (hereunder called
workmanship and materials for a period of two (2) years from the date of purchase.
warranty includes in-home service (where
applicable) for the
year and workshop service for the second year. During that time period,
Company will, at the Company’s
option, repair or replace without charge any parts or complete unit found to be defective. Further, the warranty for the motor extends for
an additional eight (8) years, with labor costs extra.
warranty is not transferrable from the original purchaser.
company reserves
the right to use functionally equivalent reconditioned parts or products as warranty replacement or as part of warranty service.
THE COMPANY WILL NOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY CLAIMS OVER THE ORIGINAL PURCHASE PRICE OF
THE PRODUCTS NOR BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR SPECIAL DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF OR IN
CONNECTION WITH PRODUCT USE OR PERFORMANCE.
Some provinces do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion
may not apply to you.
In-home service will be made available only in areas where a contracted service provider
services. If customer outside the
service area, additional charges may apply for shipping costs for warranty repair or replacement.
unit removal and reinstallation
works are under the customer responsibility.
a)
Normal maintenance service required for the products; b) light bulbs, plastic grease collector cups,
ducts, roof caps, wall
caps and other accessories for ducting; c) natural wear of the
of the products or wear caused by improper maintenance, use of
corrosive and abrasive cleaning products; d) products or parts which have been subject to freight damage, misuse, negligence, accident
or any other circumstances beyond the control of
company.
warranty will be automatically void if any of the following apply:
i. Commercial use of the products or use otherwise inconsistent with its intended purpose;
ii.
function of part or the complete assembly has been
or repaired by unauthorized person;
iii. Faulty installation or installation contrary to recommended installation instructions:
•
• Ventilation system has not been vented to the outside or ventilation system stuck;
• Less than 6” round or equivalent ductwork has been used anywhere in the venting system for models with 550 CFM or
more CFM;
•
• Wrong electrical wire connection for the fan.
To qualify for warranty service you must: (a) notify us at the address telephone number stated below within 2 days of the discovery of the
defect; (b) provide the model number and serial number; and (c) describe the nature of any defect in the product or part.
At the time of requesting for service, you must present evidence of your proof of purchase and proof of the original purchase date. If
we determine that the warranty exclusions listed above apply or if you fail to provide the necessary documentation to obtain service,
customer will be responsible for all shipping, travel, labor and other costs related to the service
For warranty services or repair. Please contact the dealer from whom you purchase the product or the address shown below.
North America Range Hoods Inc.
1361 Huntingwood Drive, Unit 16
Scarborough, ON M1S 3J1
Tel: 1-888-293-5662 or (416) 293-0933 Fax (416) 293-4793
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.CycloneRangeHoods.com
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