Electrolux 316488521 Use & care guide

Electrolux 316488521 Use & care guide
Installation, Use & Care Guide
30” and 36” Free-Standing Range Hood
Guia de Instalación, Uso y Cuidado
30” y 36” Campana extractora
Guide d’installation, utilisation et d’entretien
30” et 36” Hotte aspirante
EI30WC40GS + EI36WC40GS
316488521
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Table of contents
Important Safety Instructions ........................... 3-4
Electrical & Installation rrequir
equir
ements .................... 5
equirements
Electrical requirements .......................................... 5
IMPORTANT ......................................................... 5
Before installing the hood ..................................... 5
List of Materials ................................................... 6
Parts Included with your Hood .............................. 6
Parts Not Included with your Hood ....................... 6
Optional Accessories ............................................ 6
Tools required ....................................................... 6
Installing the hood ......................................... 7-12
Examples of possible ducting ............................... 8
Ductwork installation guidelines ............................ 8
Featur
es ............................................................ 13
Features
Contr
ol buttons ................................................. 14
Control
Special functions ............................................... 15
Clock programming ............................................ 15
©2007 Electrolux Home Products, Inc.
Grease filter saturation alarm ............................... 15
Charcoal filter saturation alarm
(Recirculating accessories) .................................. 15
Audible signal activation and deactivation ........... 15
Charcoal filter inclusion and exclusion
(Recirculating accessories) .................................. 15
Heat sensor ........................................................ 15
For Best results .................................................. 16
Car
e and cleaning ............................................. 17
Care
Filters ................................................................. 17
Lights ................................................................. 17
Optional Charcoal Filters ..................................... 17
Hood Surface ..................................................... 18
Warranty Information ......................................... 19
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Important Safety Instructions
Important Safety Instructions
Read all instructions befor
e using this
before
appliance.
Save these instructions for futur
e
future
refer
ence.
eference.
Appr
oved for rresidential
esidential appliances
Approved
For rresidential
esidential use only
Do not attempt to install or operate your appliance
until you have read the safety precautions in this
manual. Safety items throughout this manual are
labeled with a WARNING or CAUTION based on the
risk type.
This symbol alerts you to
situations that may cause
serious body harm, death
or property damage.
This symbol alerts you to
situations that may cause
bodily injury or property
damage.
PLEASE READ ENTIRE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE PROCEEDING.
INSTALLATION MUST COMPLY WITH ALL LOCAL CODES.
IMPORTANT: Save these Instructions for the Local Electrical Inspector’s use.
INSTALLER: Please leave these Instructions with this unit for the owner.
OWNER: Please retain these instructions for future reference.
Safety Warning: Turn off power circuit at service panel and lock out panel, before wiring this appliance.
Requirement: 120 V AC, 60 Hz. 15 or 20 A Branch Circuit
Remove carton carefully, Wear gloves to protect
against sharp edges.
Remove the protective film covering the product
before putting into operation.
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Important safety Instructions
READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
Important safety Instructions
FOR GENERAL VENTILATING USE ONLY. DO NOT USE
TO EXHAUST HAZARDOUS OR EXPLOSIVE MATERIALS OR VAPORS.
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK,
OR INJURY TO PERSONS, OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING:
A. Use this unit only in the manner intended by the manufacturer. If you have questions, contact the manufacturer.
B. Before servicing or cleaning the unit, switch power off
at service panel and lock service panel disconnecting
means to prevent power from being switched on accidentally. When the service disconnecting means cannot be locked, securely fasten a prominent warning
device, such as a tag, to the service panel.
C. Installation Work and Electrical Wiring Must Be Done
By Qualified Person(s) In Accordance With All Applicable Codes & Standards, Including Fire-rated Construction.
D. Sufficient air is needed for proper combustion and exhausting of gases through the flue (Chimney) of fuel
burning equipment to prevent back- drafting. Follow
the heating equipment manufacturers guideline and
safety standards such as those published by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), the American Society for Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), and the local code authorities.
E. When cutting or drilling into wall or ceiling, do not damage electrical wiring and other hidden utilities.
F. Ducted systems must always be vented to the outdoors.
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.
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, USE ONLY METAL
DUCT WORK.
Install this hood in accordance with all requirements specified.
To Reduce The Risk Of Fire Or Electric Shock, Do Not
Use This Hood With Any External Solid State Speed
Control Device.
Automatically Operated Device - To Reduce The
Risk Of Injury Disconnect From Power Supply Before
Servicing.
This unit is equpeed with integral disconnecting switch
located inside the blower housing
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF A RANGE TOP GREASE
FIRE.
a) Never leave surface units unattended at high settings.
Boilovers cause smoking and greasy spillovers that may
ignite. Heat oils slowly on low or medium settings.
b) Always turn hood ON when cooking at high heat or
when flambeing food (I.e. Crepes Suzette, Cherries
Jubilee, Peppercorn Beef Flambe’).
c) Clean ventilating fans frequently. Grease should not
be allowed to accumulate on fan or filter.
d) Use proper pan size. Always use cookware appropriate for the size of the surface element.
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF INJURY TO PERSONS, IN
THE EVENT OF A RANGE TOP GREASE FIRE, OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING:
a) SMOTHER FLAMES with a close-fitting lid, cookie
sheet, or other metal tray, then turn off the gas burner
or the electric element. BE CAREFUL TO PREVENT
BURNS. If the flames do not go out immediately,
EVACUATE AND CALL THE FIRE DEPARTMENT.
b) NEVER PICK UP A FLAMING PAN - you may be
burned.
c) DO NOT USE WATER, including wet dishcloths or towels - a violent steam explosion will result.
d) Use an extinguisher ONLY if:
1) You know you have a class ABC extinguisher, and
you already know how to operate it.
2) The fire is small and contained in the area where it
started.
3) The fire department is being called.
4) You can fight the fire with your back to an exit.
OPERATION
a. Always leave safety grills and filters in place. Without
these components, operating blowers could catch onto hair,
fingers and loose clothing.
The manufacturer declines all responsibility in the event
of failure to observe the instructions given here for installation, maintenance and suitable use of the product. The
manufacturer further declines all responsibility for injury
due to negligence and the warranty of the unit automatically expires due to improper maintenance.
Important safety Instructions - Electrical & Installation
requirements
READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
Electrical & Installation requirements
Electrical rrequir
equir
ements
equirements
Before installing the hood
IMPOR
TANT
IMPORT
• Use the shortest and straightest duct route
possible.
Ductwork installation guidelines
Refer to “Ductwork
guidelines”
paragraph for further informations.
Observe all governing codes and ordinances.
It is the customer’s responsibility:
To contact a qualified electrical installer.
To assure that the electrical installation is adequate
and in conformance with National Electrical Code,
ANSI/NFPA 70 — latest edition*, or CSA Standards
C22.1-94, Canadian Electrical Code, Part 1 and
C22.2 No.0-M91 - latest edition** and all local codes
and ordinances.
If codes permit and a separate ground wire is used, it
is recommended that a qualified electrician determine
that the ground path is adequate.
Vent unit to outside of building, only.
2. At least two people are necessary for installation.
3. The hood is fitted with Screws and Drywall
Anchors suitable for most surfaces, consult a
Qualified Installer, check if they perfectly fit with
your cabinet/wall.
4. Do not use flex ducting.
Do not ground to a gas pipe.
Check with a qualified electrician if you are not sure
range hood is properly grounded.
Do not have a fuse in the neutral or ground circuit.
IMPOR
TANT
IMPORT
Save Installation Instructions for electrical inspector’s
use.
The range hood must be connected with copper wire
only.
The range hood should be connected directly to the
fused disconnect (Or circuit breaker) box through
metal electrical conduit.
Wire sizes must conform to the requirements of the
National Electrical Code ANSI/NFPA 70 — latest edition*, or CSA Standards C22.1-94, Canadian Electrical Code Part 1 and C22.2 No. 0-M91 - latest edition** and all local codes and ordinances.
A U.L.- or C.S.A.-listed conduit connector must be
provided at each end of the power supply conduit (at
the range hood and at the junction box).
Copies of the standards listed may be obtained from:
* National Fire Protection Association Batterymarch Park Quincy,
Massachusetts 02269
** CSA International 8501 East Pleasant Valley Road Cleveland, Ohio 44131-5575
5. COLD WEATHER installations should have an
additional backdraft damper installed to minimize
backward cold air flow and a nonmetallic thermal
break to minimize conduction of outside
temperatures as part of the ductwork. The
damper should be on the cold air side of the
thermal break.
The break should be as close as possible to
where the ducting enters the heated portion of
the house.
6. Make up air: Local building codes may require the
use of Make-Up Air Systems when using Ducted
Ventilation Systems greater than specified CFM of
air movement.
The specified CFM varies from locale to locale.
Consult your HVAC professional for specific
requirements in your area.
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6
List of Materials
List of Materials
Parts Included with your Hood
• Hood Canopy Assembly with Round Metal
Transition installed.
• Rectangular Metal Transition with Back draft
dampers.
• Care & Use /Installation Instructions
• 2 Filters
• Fitting Screws.
Parts Not Included with your Hood
•
Lamps are not supplied, use ONLY 120 Volt, 50
Watt (maximum) 50° halogen light made or a
GU10 base.
Optional Accessories
• Charcoal Filter
Tools/Materials rrequir
equir
ed
equired
1/2" Conduit
Wire Nuts
Flat blade and Phillips screwdrivers
Pencil
Metal snips (in some applications)
Electric drill
Saw (saber or keyhole)
Duct tape
Pliers
Level
Caulking
Tape measure
1/4.pivoting hex socket
Flashlight
Wire stripper
1/4. Nutdriver
Small hammer
Round or Rectangular Duct.
Round back draft damper
Wiring clamp
Installing the hood
Installing the hood
• For the most efficient air flow exhaust, use a
straight run or as few elbows as possible.
Ductwork installation guidelines
Refer to “Ductwork
guidelines”
paragraph for further informations.
Vent unit to outside of building, only.
• On avarage 2 hours are necessary to complete
installation (without considering cut to be done on
wall and or on cabinet, installation of ducts ,
conduit and electrical connections to the mains).
Step 1
Choose vent options
Vent Exhaust Option
The hood is designed for vertical or horizontal
discharge or can be installed in a recirculating
ductless version:
Vertical discharge:
Use a rectangular duct 3 1/4” x 10”.....
• The hood is fitted with Screws and Drywall
Anchors suitable for most surfaces, consult a
Qualified Installer, check if they perfectly fit with
your cabinet/wall.
• Do not use flex ducting.
• COLD WEATHER installations should have an
additional backdraft damper installed to minimize
backward cold air flow and a nonmetallic thermal
break to minimize conduction of outside
temperatures as part of the ductwork. The
damper should be on the cold air side of the
thermal break.
The break should be as close as possible to
where the ducting enters the heated portion of
the house.
....or use a round 7” duct
• Remote blowers require a five wire installation.
• Make up air: Local building codes may require the
use of Make-Up Air Systems when using Ducted
Ventilation Systems greater than specified CFM of
air movement.
The specified CFM varies from locale to locale.
Consult your HVAC professional for specific
requirements in your area.
• Typical installation
Min installation height from the range top to the
bottom of the hood is 30" if a gas range is used
or 24" to 30" if an electric range is used.
These hoods ar
e not rrecommended
ecommended to be used
are
over indoor grills.
The hood may be installed onto a wall and vented to
the outdoors, or it can be installed for recirculating
operation (recirculating accessories not supplied with
the hood).
This hood can be installed over any electric and gas
cooktop/range.
It can not be installed over any pr
ofessional
professional
cooktop/range.
Horizontal discharge:
Use a rectangular duct 3 1/4” x 10”
Recir
culating (non vented ductless)
Recirculating
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8
Installing the hood
Examples of possible ducting
Recir
culating
Recirculating
Vertical discharge
Ductwork installation guidelines
For safety reasons, ducting should vent directly
outdoors (not into an attic, underneath the house,
into the garage or into any enclosed space).
Keep duct runs as short and straight as possible.
Duct fittings (elbows and transitions) reduce air flow
efficiency.
Back to back elbows and „S“ turns give very poor
delivery and are not recommended.
A short straight length of duct at the inlet of the
remote blower gives the best delivery.
Transition to duct from the integral blower or remote
duct transition as close to the downdraft as is possible.
In order of preference, use
1st. 10" round duct
2nd. 8" round duct
3rd. 3-1/4" x 14" duct
4th. 7" round duct
5th. 3-1/4" x l0" duct
6th. 6" round duct
The use of flexible metal round duct should only be
used when no other duct fitting exists. Limit use to
short lengths and do not crush when making
corners.
Horizontal discharge
After having choosen the vent option
option, proceed as
follows:
Step 2
Remove the round transition from its seat by
unscrewing the its fixing screws (save the screws).
7" Round
Transition
Step 3
Remove the grease filters.
Installing the hood
Step 4
Remove the junction box cover.
J-Box
Cover
Step 5
Remove the duct knockouts using a flat blade
screwdriver and a small hammer.
Use the screwdriver by knocking out the pannel in
similar fashion to a scalpel.
Take care of sharp edges.
Remove either the top or the back wiring knockout
according the preference and install an approved
wiring clamp
Attention!
If it is intended to use the hood in the recirculating
version do not remove any duct knockouts and order
the necessaruy charcoal filter from your supplier.
Round
R1
wiring
clamp
Rectangular
vertical
discharge
R2 vertical
discharge
Rectangular
R1 horizontal
discharge
R1
R1= Remove rectangular duct knockout only.
R2 = Remove semicircular and rectangular duct
knockouts.
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10
Installing the hood
Step 6
For rrectangular
ectangular ducted discharge installations only
(otherwise skip to next step)
Attach exhaust adaptor/damper over knockout
opening with two exhaust adaptor screws. Make
sure
damper pivot is nearest to top/back edge of hood.
Remove tape from damper flap.
Step 8
Mark holes
Select the vent option that your installation will
require and proceed to that section:
Outside top exhaust
(Vertical duct– 3 1/4”x 10” Rectangular)
Use the diagram or the hood as a template and mark
the locations on the cabinet for ductwork, electrical
wiring and keyhole screw slots.
Hood mounting screws (4)
13 15/16" (30" Hood)
16 15/16" (36" Hood)
13 15/16" (30" Hood)
16 15/16" (36" Hood)
Cabinet front
Pivot
Top/back
edge
Exhaust
transition/damper
NOTE: The exhaust adaptor/damper can be installed
up to 1 inch on either side of the hood center to
accommodate off-center ductwork. In extreme offcenter installations, one end of the duct connector
may need to be trimmed to clear the electrical cable
clamp.
Step 7
ound ducted discharge installations only
For rround
Re-install the round transition with its screws.
7" Round
Transition
5 1/4"
5 1/4"
"
5"
"
1 1/4"
Wood shims (recessed
bottom cabinets only)
10 1/2"
2"
Vertical duct
access hole
1 1/4"
Electrical access hole
(in cabinet bottom)
Center
line
Outside top exhaust
(Vertical duct–7” Round)
Use the diagram or the hood as a template and
mark the locations on the cabinet for ductwork,
electrical wiring and keyhole screw slots.
Hood mounting screws (4)
13 15/16" (30" Hood)
16 15/16" (36" Hood)
Cabinet front
13 15/16" (30" Hood)
16 15/16" (36" Hood)
12 1/2""
Cabinet Bottom
Access
hole for 7"
round duct
NOTE: The round transition can be installed up to 1
inch on either side of the hood center to
accommodate off-center ductwork. In extreme offcenter installations, one end of the duct connector
may need to be trimmed to clear the electrical cable
clamp.
"
12 9/16"
Cabinet Bottom
Wood shims (recessed
bottom cabinets only)
8" DIA.
HOLE
Center
line
5"
10 1/2"
2 1/4"
1 1/2"
Electrical access hole
(in cabinet bottom)
Installing the hood
Outside rrear
ear exhaust
(Horizontal duct– 3 1/4”x 10” Rectangular)
•
Use the diagram or the hood as a template
and mark the locations on the cabinet for ductwork,
electrical wiring and keyhole screw slots.
Wood shims (recessed
bottom cabinets only)
Cabinet front
1/8"
3 3/4"
Cabinet
bottom
5 1/4"
5 1/4"
12 7/16"
13 15/16" (30" Hood)
16 15/16" (36" Hood)
Center line
Electrical access hole
(in wall)
Recir
culating
Recirculating
Use the hood as a template and mark the locations
on the cabinet for the electrical wiring and keyhole
screw slots.
Since the hood is to be recirculated (not to be vented
outside), do not cut out any vent openings in the wall
or cabinet bottom.
Step 9
Choose V
enting Option
Venting
The hood can be set to vent outside or to recirculate
air back into the kitchen.
Set for
outside venting
Step 10
ecessed bottom cabinet only
For rrecessed
If the cabinets have front, side or back trim, make 2
wood shims the width of the trim and attach them to
the cabinet bottom recess on both sides. See
previous page for marking locations.
Horizontal duct
access hole
13 15/16" (30" Hood)
16 15/16" (36" Hood)
Hood mounting screws (4)
7/16"
NOTE: In order to change the vent lever position, you
will need to pull the lever out slightly to clear the
plastic tabs.
Set for
recirculating
Stop tab
Stop tab
Wood shims
Step 11
Cut holes at marked locations for duct and electrical
wiring. For the vertical duct, cut out 3/4” extra toward
the front of the cabinet so you can move the duct
freely when installing the hood.
It may also ease installation by cutting the hole 10 1/
2” instead of 10”.
Step 12
Drive a mounting screw (from the hardware packet)
partway into each center of the narrow neck of the
keyhole slots marked on the cabinet bottom.
Step 13
Fix the wiring conduit to the hood.
Step 14
Slide the hood back against the wall. Tighten the
mounting screws. Be sure the screw heads are in the
narrow neck of the keyhole slot.
Connect Ductwork to hood.
Hood shown Lying upside down
The plastic vent lever is located near the center of the
hood opening.
To vent to the outside, make sure the plastic vent
AL position (flat against the
lever is in the HORIZONT
HORIZONTAL
metal top of the hood).
To rrecir
ecir
culate air into the kitchen, make sure the
ecirculate
TICAL position (flat
plastic vent lever is in the VER
VERTICAL
against the plastic blower housing).
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12
Installing the hood
Step 15
WIRING THE HOOD
Electrical Shock Hazard
Warning: Turn off power at the service panel before
wiring this unit.
120 V
AC, 15 or 20 Amp cir
cuit rrequir
equir
ed.
VAC,
circuit
equired.
ELECTRICAL GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
THIS APPLIANCE IS FITTED WITH AN ELECTRICAL
JUNCTION BOX WITH 3 WIRES, ONE OF WHICH
(GREEN/YELLOW) SERVES TO GROUND THE
APPLIANCE. TO PROTECT YOU AGAINST
ELECTRIC SHOCK, THE GREEN AND YELLOW
WIRE MUST BE CONNECTED TO THE
GROUNDING WIRE IN YOUR
HOME ELECTRICAL SYSTEM, AND IT MUST
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES BE CUT OR REMOVED.
Failur
e to do so can rresult
esult in death or electrical
Failure
shock.
• If not already done, install 1/2” conduit connector
in j-box.
• Run black (live), white (neutral), and green (earth)
wires (#14 AWG) according to the National
Electrical Code or CSA Standards and local
codes and ordinances in 1/2” conduit from power
supply to j-box.
• Connect black, white, and green wires from
power supply to black, white, and green/yellow
wires in j-box respectively.
• These connections should be done always
making reference to the electrical diagram found
inside the hood.
• Close j-box cover.
Step 16
Final installation steps
Replace filters and install the lamps as described in
the Care & Use section of this manual.
Note: Lamps are not supplied, use ONLY 120 Volt,
50 Watt (maximum) 50° halogen light made for a
GU10 base, suitable for use in open luminarie
luminarie.
Turn power on at service panel.
Check operation of the hood.
General ON/OFF
Push button Switch
Back side of the hood
IMPORTANT: If the hood doesn’t switch ON, before
calling for service, check if the internal General ON/
OFF Pushb-utton Switch is switched ON.
Front side of the hood
Features
Features
1. Blower and light controls
2. Halogen lamp housings (lamps are not supplied)
Purchase ONLY 120 Volt, 50 Watt (maximum) 50° halogen light made for a GU10 base, suitable for use in
open luminarie
luminarie.
3. Grease filter Handle
4. Grease filter
2
1
2
3
3
4
13
14
Control buttons
Contr
ol buttons
Control
This hood is equipped with an electronic motor and lamp control.
The control is able to set 4 different fan speeds, ON/OFF light and has a timer function.
In the following drawing are described the main key functions.
1
2
3
4
5
1. Light Button
• Press lamp button to turn ON the light (Lamp
state previously OFF).
• Press lamp button to turn OFF the light (Lamp
state previously ON).
2. Timer Button
• The default timer setting is 10 minutes, and it
can be adjusted between 20 minutes and
1minute.
• After pressing the timer button, the control
enters to a timer setup mode, and user can
adjust the timer countdown time with the
“
” and “
” buttons within 5 seconds.
The timer can be initiated immediately
pressing the timer button, after setting the
timer duration or pressing the timer button
twice (default 10 minutes setting).
• If no action occurs within 5 seconds, the
countdown will start.
• During the timer setup the “
” and “
”
buttons are dedicated to the timer and no
motor action will occur.
• Once the timer is initiated, it can be cancelled
by pressing the timer button again.
3. Display
” key is
• If the fan is at third speed and the “
pressed, the fan will be set to second speed.
• If the fan is at fourth speed and the “
”
button is pressed, the fan will be set to third
speed.
• If the fan is OFF and the “
” button is
pressed, the control backlight will light up.
5. “
” Button. Speed Incr
ease / ON
Increase
• This button is used to increase the fan speed,
or turn ON the fan.
• The fan will turn ON if the “
” button is
pressed and the hood was OFF.
” button
• If the fan is at first speed and the “
is pressed, the fan will be set to second
speed.
• If the fan is at second speed and the “
”
button is pressed, the fan will be set to third
speed.
• If the fan is at third speed and the “
”
button is pressed, the fan will be set to fourth
speed.
• If the fan is at fourth speed and the “
”
button is pressed, a beep will sound.
IMPORTANT: If the hood doesn’t switch ON, before
calling for service, check if the internal General ON/
OFF Pushb-utton Switch is switched ON.
General ON/OFF
Pushbutton Switch
Back side of the hood
• Shows the hood settings.
4. “
” Button. Speed Decr
ease / OFF
Decrease
• This button is used to decrease the fan speed,
or turn OFF the fan.
• The fan will turn OFF if the “
” button is
pressed and the hood was in the first speed.
• If the fan is at second speed and the “
”
button is pressed, the fan will be set to first
speed.
Front side of the hood
Control buttons - Special functions
Special functions
Clock pr
ogramming
programming
• The clock can be reprogrammed at any time except during an active timed function.
• The clock can be displayed in a twelve hour format and valid clock times are from 1:00 to 12:59.
Timer
• The clock can be reprogrammed pressing the “T
imer” button for 5 seconds, and after, the clock can be
” and “
” buttons. Colon “:” will flash indicating clock programming mode.
adjusted with the “
• The user can have minute increments / decrements of 1 minute, but if the user keep pressing the “
”/
”
” buttons for more than 1 second, the increments / decrements will be of 5 minutes.
During this option the control will round to the nearest 5 minutes.
T imer
• The user can finish on reprogramming the clock pressing the “T
imer” button.
• After 1 minute of no button pressed the control will accept the programmed clock time and will add one
minute to the set clock.
Gr
ease filter saturation alarm
Grease
Gr
ease Filter
• After thirty fan functional hours, the display will show “Gr
Grease
Filter” if the fan is active.
When this icon is shown in the display, the grease filters installed are required to be washed.
• To reset the grease filter saturation alarm the user must press the “
” button for 5 seconds, after this
Gr
ease filter
filter” is not displayed, and the hood has the normal display operation.
action the icon “Gr
Grease
Char
coal filter saturation alarm (Recir
culating accessories)
Charcoal
(Recirculating
Char
coal Filter
• After one hundred and twenty functional hours of the fan, the display will show “Char
Charcoal
Filter” if the fan
is active. When this icon flashes on display, the charcoal filters installed are required to be replaced or
reactivated.
• To reset the charcoal filter saturation indication the user must press the “
” button for 5 seconds, after
Char
coal filter
filter” is not displayed and the hood has the normal display operation.
this time the icon “Char
Charcoal
Audible signal activation and deactivation
Light
• The audible signals can be activated or deactivated pressing the “Light
Light” button for 5 seconds.
Snd
• If the audible signal is activated, a tone must sound and the “Snd
Snd” symbol must appear on the display for
2 seconds.
Snd
• If the audible signal is deactivated, the “Snd
Snd” symbol must appear on the display for 2 seconds and no
tone must sound.
Char
coal filter inclusion and exclusion (Recir
culating accessories)
Charcoal
(Recirculating
• The charcoal filter inclusion or exclusion can be set by pressing the “
” and “
” buttons at the same
time for 5 seconds.
• The Inclusion or exclusion of charcoal filter must be selected while the lamps and the motor are OFF.
• When the charcoal filter has been excluded, the charcoal filter alarm is disabled.
Heat sensor
• The control is equipped with a heat sensor that will turn on the blower at second speed if excessive heat
occurs (over 158° F or 70°C
70°C) surrounding the control area.
• If the blower is OFF or if it is operating at first speed, the blower will be set automatically to second speed,
CArE
the display shows the word "CArE
CArE" to indicate that heat sensor has detected an excessive heat.
• During this state, the user may raise the blower speed to third speed but can not decrease the speed.
• When the temperature level on the hood drops to normal, the blower will operate in the setting defined by
the user before the alarm occured.
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Continuous use of the fan system while cooking helps keep the kitchen comfortable and less humid.
It also reduces cooking odors and soiling moisture that create a frequent need for cleaning.
Turn the blower on before starting to cook.
Use a rear burner when browning or pan frying meat.
Open a window or inside door slightly.
Clean the filters and the wall behind the filters frequently.
e cooking in order to establish air currents upward
The blower should be turned on for a few minutes befor
before
through the hood. Thus when heat, smoke, moisture, grease and cooking odors are produced, they will
be carried outside instead of drifting into other rooms.
Use the low speeds for normal use and the higher speeds for strong odors or fumes.
Drafts across the range or cooktop will cause the escape of heat, smoke, moisture, grease and cooking
odors from the hood. Such drafts should be prevented in so far as possible.
The best job of ventilation in the kitchen is done where the only air currents are those created by the
blower itself.
For Gas Cooktops, a lower blower speed should be used if:
the gas flame is being distorted by the air movement.
the burner continually sparks (clicks)
the burner flame repeatedly blows out.
Care and cleaning
Care and cleaning
The efficiency of the range hood system depends on
the cleanliness of the intake and filters.
The frequency of cleaning depends on the amount
and type of cooking.
• Do not use the ventilating system without the
filters in place or with grease-laden filters or
surfaces.
To avoid risk of fire and explosion do not use
flammable liquids or solvents.
Always unplug or disconnect the appliance from the
power supply before servicing.
Lights
Before replacing the lamps, switch power off at
service panel and lock service panel disconnecting
means to prevent power from being switched on
accidentally.
NOTE: T
Tur
urn
offf the lights and fan. Allow the lights
ur
n of
e handling. If new lights do not
before
to cool befor
operate be sur
e lights ar
e inserted corr
ectly befor
e
sure
are
correctly
before
calling service.
Be sure the entire hood (including the filters and light
bulbs) has cooled and grease has solidified before
attempting to clean any part of the appliance.
Replace Lights
• Remove the damaged light (twist counter
clockwise) and replace with a new 120 Volt, 50
Watt (maximum) 50° halogen light made for a
GU10 base, suitable for use in open luminarie
luminarie.
Filters
Optional Char
coal Filters
Charcoal
The metal grease filters are made of anodized
aluminum and are long lasting.
If the model is not vented to the outside, the air will
be recirculated through disposable charcoal filters
that help remove smoke and odors.
To Remove The Metal Gr
ease Filters
Grease
• Turn the fan and lights off.
• Push each handle towards the back and pull
downwards.
The charcoal filters cannot be cleaned.
They must be replaced.
To Replace The Metal Gr
ease Filters
Grease
• Reverse procedure.
To Clean Filters
• It is recommended that the filters be washed at
least once a month; they can be washed by hand
or in the dishwasher.
• Drain water through edge holes and let each filter
dry thoroughly before replacing it.
The charcoal filters are clipped inside of each metal
grease filter (mounting instructions included with
charcoal filters kit).
The charcoal filters should be replaced every 4-6
months (depending on hood usage).
NOTE: DO NOT rinse, or put charcoal filters in an
automatic dishwasher.
NOTE: Charcoal filters are not included with the
hood.
They must be ordered from your supplier.
Order the needed kit specifying your hood model and
width size.
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Care and cleaning
Cleaning
• Always use the mildest cleaner that will do the
job. Use clean, soft cloths, sponges or paper
towels.
• Rub stainless steel finishes in the direction of the
grain. Wipe area dry to avoid water marks.
• After cleaning, place all parts in their proper
positions before using.
The cleaners recommended below indicate a type
and do not constitute an endorsement. Use all
products according to package directions.
Hood Surface
Painted Surfaces: For general care, wipe the outside
of the hood with sudsy water or household cleaners
such as Fantastic or Formula 409, rinse well and dry
with a clean soft cloth to avoid water marks.
Stainless Steel Surfaces: Wipe and dry stainless
steel in the same direction as the grain. Avoid using
too much pressure, which may mar the surface. To
remove finger prints and give added shine, use
cleaners such as Stainless Steel Magic. Do not allow
any cleaning compounds to remain in contact with
stainless steel for extended periods.
Plastic surfaces: Wipe with a moist soapy sponge.
Rinse and dry.
Aluminum Mesh Filters: Clean filters in the dishwasher or by agitating in sudsy water. Ensure that
there is no soil trapped in the fine mesh. Dry the
filters before reinstalling them.
Anodized Aluminum surfaces: Top cap is not removable. Wash top and underside with hot sudsy water.
Rinse and wipe dry or apply Fantastic® or Formula
409® first to a clean sponge or paper towel and
wipe clean. DO NOT USE powdered cleansers or
steel wool pads.
Warranty Information
WARRANTY
RANGE W
ARRANTY Your range is protected by this warranty
In the U.S.A., your appliance is warranted by Electrolux Home Products North America, a division of White
Consolidated Industries, Inc. We authorize no person to change or add to any of our obligations under this
warranty. Our obligations for service and parts under this warranty must be performed by us or authorized
Electrolux Home Products North America servicer. In Canada
Canada, our appliance is warranted by Electrolux
Canada Corp.
THE CONSUMER WILL BE
WARRANTY THROUGH OUR AUTHORIZED
SERVICERS, WE WILL:
RESPONSIBLE FOR:
PERIOD
FULL ONE-YEAR
WARRANTY
One year from Pay all costs for repairing or replacing any Costs of service calls that are listed
original purchase parts of this appliance which prove to be under NORMAL RESPONSIBILITIES
OF THE CONSUMER.*
date
defective in materials or workmanship.
LIMITED
Time periods
WARRANTY
listed above
(Applicable to
the State of Alaska)
Costs of the technician’s travel to the
All of the provisions of the full and limited
home and any costs for pick up and
warranties above and the exclusions
delivery of the appliance required
listed below apply.
because of service.
This warranty applies only to pr
oducts in or
dinary household use and the consumer is
products
ordinary
*NORMAL
below..
RESPONSIBILITIESresponsible for the items listed below
1. Proper use of the appliance in accordance with instructions provided with the product.
OF THE
2. Proper installation by an authorized servicer in accordance with instructions provided with
CONSUMER
the appliance and in accordance with all local plumbing, electrical and/or gas codes.
3. Proper connection to grounded power supply of sufficient voltage, replacement of blown
fuses, repair of loose connections or defects in house wiring.
4. Expenses for making the appliance accessible for servicing, such as removal of trim,
cupboards, shelves, etc., which are not a part of the appliance when it was shipped from
the factory.
5. Damages to finish after installation.
6. Replacement of light bulbs and/or fluorescent tubes (on models with these features).
EXCLUSIONS
This warranty does not cover the following
following:
1. CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES SUCH AS PROPERTY AND INCIDENTAL
EXPENSES RESULTING FROM ANY BREACH OF THIS WRITTEN OR ANY IMPLIED
WARRANTY.
NOTE: Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential
damages, so this limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.
2. Service calls which do not involve malfunction or defects in workmanship or material, or
for appliances not in ordinary household use. The consumer shall pay for such service calls.
3. Damages caused by services performed by servicers other than Electrolux Home
Products North America or its authorized servicers; use of parts other than genuine
Electrolux Home Products parts; obtained from persons other that such servicers; or
external causes such as abuse, misuse, inadequate power supply or acts of God.
4. Products with original serial numbers that have been removed or altered and cannot be
readily determined.
IF YOU NEED
SERVICE
Keep your bill of sale, delivery slip, or some other appropriate payment record. The date on
the bill establishes the warranty period should service be required. If service is performed, it
is in your best interest to obtain and keep all receipts. This written warranty gives you
specific legal rights. You may also have other rights that vary from state to state. Service
under this warranty must be obtained by contacting Electrolux Home Products.
This warranty only applies in the 50 states of the U.S.A., Puerto Rico and Canada. Product features or
specifications as described or illustrated are subject to change without notice. All warranties are made by
Electrolux Home Products North America, a division of White Consolidation Industries, Inc. In Canada
Canada, your
appliance is warranted by Electrolux Canada Corp.
USA
1-800-944-9044
Electrolux Home Products
North America
P.O. Box 212378
Augusta, GA 30917
Canada
1-800-265-8352
Electrolux Home Products
North America
802, boul. L’Ange-Gardien
L’Assomption, Quebec J5W 1T6
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