Canopy-Island-Fitting-Instructions

Canopy-Island-Fitting-Instructions

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR USING, MAINTAINING AND INSTALLING THE HOOD

BUILT-IN HOODS

INSTRUCTIONS FOR USING, MAINTAINING AND INSTALLING THE HOOD

ATTENTION: The hood must only be installed by a qualified technician.

The company accepts no liability if it is installed by an unauthorised person.

Please read these instructions carefully before beginning the installation. Conserve this handbook together with the hood

WARNINGS

Before cleaning or performing any periodic or urgent maintenance to the hood, ensure the power is turned off by removing the plug from the socket and turning the main switch to 0 (off).

Do not connect the hood to any piping used for combustion appliances, such as burners, boilers or fireplaces.

Check that the main power supply corresponds to the voltage required by the hood, which is given on the silver label stuck inside the hood.

Ensure that the electric system is correctly earthed and that the earth discharge works correctly.

When cooking do not use any materials that could form high or unusual flames. Oil that has been used twice and fats are very dangerous and could easily catch fire. Do not prepare flambè dishes under the hood. Respect local legislation and regulations issued by the relative authorities regarding the exhaust air when the suction is operating.

Failure to respect and perform all the maintenance operations described in this handbook could cause a fire hazard.

INSTALLATION

The minimum safety distance between the bottom of the hood and the top of the cooking hob must be 65 cm., smaller distances must be previously authorised by the manufacturer. (see installation drawings)

The hood can be used for both filtering and suction.

When the filtering function is operating, i.e. with air recycle, carbon filters must be used (refer to the paragraph on CARBON FILTERS).

When the suction function is operating, i.e. exhausting the filtered air on the outside, a suitable compensation system must be used according to current standards in force. The diameter of the fume exhaust pipe must be the same or greater than the diameter of the hood pipe union.

There must be sufficient ventilation in the room where the hood is installed, to allow the simultaneous use of other appliances that use gas or other fuel.

ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS

Attention: Before proceeding with the installation, make sure that the screws and the anchors already supplied, are suitable for

the type of wall the hood must be fixed to.

To assemble the hood use the accessories that are supplied and follow the instructions given in the enclosed handbook.

ELECTRIC WIRING

The electric wiring must be performed by a specialised electrician fully respecting current standards and legislation in force.

Check that the power supply corresponds to the voltage requested by the hood, which is given on the silver label stuck inside the hood.

Connect the hood to the power supply using a bipolar switch with a minimum opening of 3 mm. The switch must be easy to reach when the hood has been completely installed.

Ensure that the wiring system conforms to current standards and the earth discharge works efficiently.

Pay special attention to the hood power cable, ensure that it does not pass through any holes without a cable clamp.

If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent or similarly qualified person in order to avoid a hazard.

The manufacturer declines all responsibility if the current accident prevention standards in force are not respected, which are needed for the wiring system to operate correctly

CONTROLS

SLIDER CONTROL (Fig. 1)

There are two slider switches on the slider control version.

> One for turning the lights on and off.

> One for turning the motor on and off and for selecting 1^, 2^ or 3^ speed.

KEYBOARD CONTROLS (Fig. 2)

There are four buttons on the keyboard control version:

> One for turning the lights on and off.

> One for turning the motor on at 1st speed and for turning it off.

> One for turning it on at 2nd speed.

> One for turning it on at 3rd speed.

SOFT TOUCH CONTROL (Fig. 3)

There are four soft touch buttons on this version and a variable colour led (green min. speed, red max. speed).

> One button for turning the lights on and off.

> One button for turning on at 2nd speed and for turning the motor off.

N.B. If this button is kept depressed for more than three seconds, the automatic function is activated to turn the hood off function after 10 minutes.

> Two buttons + and - for increasing and reducing the motor speed.

DIGITAL CONTROLS (Fig. 4)

In this version there are five soft touch buttons and a display

> One button for turning the lights on and off.

> One button for turning on at 2nd speed and for turning the motor off.

> Two buttons + and - for increasing and decreasing the motor speed.

> A TIMER button for turning the motor off after 10 minutes.

When the timer is activated, the number on the display flashes.

Special functions:

After 100 hours use, a 0 or a letter A will start flashing on the DISPLAY to remind the user to clean the metal filters.

After washing the metal filters, reset the hour meter by pressing the TIMER button for more than three seconds with the hood turned off.

When the hour meter has been reset a dash appears on the display, with the hood turned off.

ROTARY CONTROL (Fig.5)

In the rotary control version there are three knobs:

> One knob for switching light decorative on and off

> One knob for switching lights on and off

> One knob for speed selection (1°,2°,3°,4°) and turning the motor off.

RADIO- CONTROL (Fig. 6)

The button ON/OFF on the hood turn on simultaneously lights and the motor at the second speed or it turns off everything.

After 100 working hours of the suction motor the red led will start to flash indicating the need to wash metals filters. To cancel the filters alarm, when the suction motor is switched off, you must press button ON/OFF long enough.

Radio control:

At the first use it is necessary to start remote control learning. With the hood turned off, keep button “+” for a long time. The remote control learning is indicated with the flashing alarm filters led. If within one minute arrive a valid remote control code (sent by pressing any button of the remote control ) the led will be on continuously for 3 seconds and then it will turn off, indicating the proper learning.

Control buttons:

> One button for turning the lights on and off.

> One button for turning on at 2nd speed and for turning the motor off.

> Two buttons + and - for increasing and decreasing the motor speed.

> A TIMER button for turning the motor off after 10 minutes.

USE AND MAINTENANCE

Before beginning any sort of cleaning or maintenance work, turn power off to the hood by turning the main switch to 0 (OFF).

Changing the light bulbs

12V halogen G4 attachment: Use a screwdriver to unscrew the glass support ring (Fig. 7). Remove the glass and change the light bulb with another identical.

Replace the protective glass and screw back the ring. The light bulbs can be purchased in any electrical supply shop.

Dichroic lamp G4 attachment: Use a screwdriver to remove and change the dichroic lamp with another identical (Fig. 8).

Cleaning the metal filters:

The metal filters fitted in the hood should be washed every 2-3 months, depending on how much the hood is used, using hot water and a liquid detergent that is not too aggressive.

The metal filters can be removed by the special handle, unhooking the front part of the filter and pulling it downwards (Fig. 9)

Carbon filters

If the hood is used with an internal recycle filtering system, then active carbon filters must be used.

The active carbon in the filters traps the cooking smells.

To remove and change the filters, refer to fig. 10.

POLYESTER carbon filters cannot be reused or washed and must be periodically changed (every 4 months if the hood is used for 2 hours every day). Saturate filters could be a fire hazard.

Depending on the hood model, the carbon filters are round or rectangular.

LONG LIFE carbon filter can be cleaned and reactivated. The filter should be cleaned every other month if used normally. The filter is best cleaned in a dishwasher at the highest temperature using normal washer detergent. The filter should be washed on its own to prevent particles of food from fastening in it and then causing an unpleasant smell later on. To reactivate the carbon the filter should be dried in the oven. Chose upper/ lower heat and maximum 100 °C and try the filter for 10 minutes. (fig.11)

Cleaning the hood

For the painted or copper plated hoods just use a soft cloth with warm water and a neutral detergent. Do not pour the detergent directly onto the hood or use powdery or abrasive products

For the stainless steel hood, use special products and cloths for satin finish stainless steel (not abrasive, corrosive detergents or detergents containing chloride), ensuring to clean in the same direction as the satin finish.

Do not use aggressive products, chemical solvents or derivatives of oil distillates that could leave oily traces which could cause oxidation and polymerisation.

The manufacturer accepts no responsibility for damage to the surface of the hood due to failure to respect these instructions.

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Airone S.r.l. - Via Ghebo, 12 - 35017 Piombino Dese (PD) Italy tel +39.049.9369333 fax +39.049.9369399 www.aironehoods.com

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