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Thank you for purchasing this cooker hood. Please read the instruction manual carefully before you use the cooker hood, and keep it in a safe place.
The installation work must be carried out by a qualified electrician or competent person. Before you use the cooker hood, make sure that the voltage (V) and the frequency (Hz) indicated on the cooker hood are exactly the same as the voltage and the frequency in your home.
The manufacturer and the agent will not bear any responsibility for the damage caused by inappropriate installation and usage.
Children under the age of 8 must not use the cooker hood.
The appliance is not intended for commercial use, but only for household and similar environments.
The cooker hood and its filter mesh should be cleaned regularly in order to keep it in good working order.
Before cleaning, switch the power off at the main supply.
Clean the cooker hood according to the instruction manual and keep the cooker hood from the danger of burning.
Prohibit putting the cooker hood by fire.
If the appliance does not function normally, contact the manufacturer or a specialist company.
This device may be only used by children 8 years old or older and persons with limited physical, sensory and mental capabilities and / or lack of experience and knowledge, provided that they have been instructed in use of the device by a responsible person who understands the associated risks.
If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent or similarly qualified persons in order to avoid a hazard.
If the range hood is used at the same time as appliances burning gas or other fuels, the room must be adequately ventilated.
Do not flambé under the range hood. Accessible parts may become hot when used with cooking appliances. Important hints on installation
The air must not be discharged into a flue that is used for exhausting fumes from appliances burning gas or other fuels (not applicable to appliances that only discharge the air back into the room).
Regulations concerning the discharge of air have to be fulfilled.
Important notes about the extraction mode
WARNING Risk of poisoning from exhaust gases sucked back. Never operate the device in extraction mode simultaneously with an open flue appliance when there is not adequate airflow guaranteed.
Open flue combustion equipment (for example, gas, oil, wood or coal-fired heaters, tankless water heaters, water heaters) pulls combustion air from the room and runs it through an exhaust pipe or chimney to the outside. In the extraction mode, indoor air is removed from the kitchen and the adjacent rooms – without sufficient air intake this creates a vacuum. Toxic gases from the chimney or extraction flue can thereby be sucked back into the living spaces.
Always ensure that a sufficient supply of fresh air is guaranteed and that the air can circulate.
An air supply / extractor box alone does not ensure compliance with the limit value.
Safe operation is only possible when the negative pressure in the room where the appliance is located does not exceed 4 Pa (0.04 mbar). This can be achieved when the air required for combustion can flow through openings that are not closable, for example in doors, windows, in conjunction with an air supply / extractor box or through other technical measures. In any case, consult a qualified chimney sweep who can assess the entire ventilation of your house and propose appropriate measures for adequate ventilation.
If the hood is used exclusively in the recirculation mode, unrestricted operation is possible.
Important note on disassembly of the device
Disassembly is similar to installation/assembly in reverse order.
Take a second person to help you during disassembly to avoid injuries.
Installation (Vent outside)
Note: When the range hood and appliance supplied with energy other than electricity are simultaneously in operation, the negative pressure in the room must be not exceed 4 Pa (4 x 10-5 Bar).
Installation (Vent inside)
If you do not have an outlet to the outside, exhaust pipe is not required and the installation is similar to the one show in section “Installation (Vent outside)”.
Important Information for the Installation of Exhaust Air Ducts
The following rules must be strictly observed to ensure optimum air extraction. Failure to follow these instructions will reduce performance and increase the noise level of the cooker hood.
Lay the exhaust pipe as short and straight as possible.
Do not use a smaller exhaust duct and do not confine it.
If flexible ducts are used, the duct must always be mounted tightly in order to minimise pressure loss.
All installation work may only be carried out by a qualified electrician or a qualified person.
Do not connect the exhaust duct of the cooker hood to an existing ventilation system used for another appliance, such as a chimney.
The angle of the exhaust pipe bend should not be less than 120°. Align the pipe horizontally. Alternatively, the duct should go up from the starting point and be led to an outer wall.
After installation, make sure that the cooker hood is level to prevent grease from accumulating on one side.
Make sure that the exhaust duct selected for the installation complies with the relevant standards and is fire-resistant.
The cooker hood should be placed at a distance of 65-75 cm (26-30 inch) from the cooking surface for the best effect.
Install the hook on a suitable place once the installation height is fixed, and keep it in line. The fixed position of the inside chimney bracket is the place of chimney.
Fix the extensible pipe according to the lead direction and way, and then put the cooker hood on the hook. See pic 3.
Put the glass according to the lead direction and way on the cooker hood, and then use the screws to fix the glass, also lead the extensible pipe outside of the room, meanwhile adjust the height of the inside chimney to the position of the inside chimney bracket and fix on it by screw, here should be sure the inside chimney can be flexed freely. See Pic 4.
Put the two chimneys together onto the cooker hood body, meanwhile adjust the height of the inside chimney into the suitable height, and fix the inside chimney to the inside chimney bracket by screw. Finally, fix the body with safety screw. See Pic 5.
Note: The two safety vents are positioned on the back casing, with diameter of 6 mm.
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
The cleaning of the carbon grease filter mesh
The filter mesh is made of high-density stainless steel. Please do not use the corrosive detergent on it. Keeping this filter clean will keep the appliance running correctly. Please strictly follow the guidelines below.
Method 1: Put the mesh into 40-50 °C clean water, pour on detergent, and soak for 2-3 mins. Wear gloves and clean with a soft brush. Please do not apply too much pressure, as the mesh is delicate and will damage easy.
Method 2: If instructed to do so, it can be put into a dishwasher, set the temperature at around 60 degrees.
Cleaning the cooker hood
To protect the main body from corrosion over a long period of time, the cooker hood should be cleaned with hot water plus non corrosive detergent every two months.
Please do not use abrasive detergent for it will damage the body.
Keep the motor and other spare parts free from water, as this will cause damage to the appliance.
Before cleaning the appliance please remember to cut off power
The carbon filter shouldn’t be exposed to heat.
Please don’t tear open the fixed bar around the carbon filter.
If the plug or cord is damaged, please replace it with special soft cord.
Installation of the carbon filter Remove the grease filters.
The charcoal filters are located at both end of the motor. Turn the charcoal filters until they are unscrewed. The carbon filters should be replaced every 3-6 months or if they show signs of damage.
PRODUCT DATA SHEET
Information according to Regulation (EU) No. 65/2014 Measurement and calculation methods according to EN 61591:1997+A1:2006+A2:2 011+A11:2014+A12:2015
Information according to Regulation (EU) No. 66/2014 Measurement and calculation methods according to EN 61591:1997+A1:2006+A2:2 011+A11:2014+A12:2015
NOTES ON ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
During cooking, make sure that there is sufficient air supply so that the cooker hood can operate efficiently and with low operating noise.
Adjust the fan speed to the amount of steam produced during cooking. Use the intensive mode only when necessary. The lower the fan speed, the less energy is consumed.
If large amounts of steam are produced during cooking, select a higher fan speed in good time. If the cooking steam has already dispersed in the kitchen, the cooker hood must be operated longer.
Switch off the cooker hood when you no longer need it.
Switch off the lighting when you no longer need it.
Clean the filter at regular intervals and replace it if necessary to increase the effectiveness of the ventilation system and prevent fire hazards.
Always put the lid on when cooking to reduce cooking steam and condensation.
If there is a legal regulation for the disposal of electrical and electronic devices in your country, this symbol on the product or on the packaging indicates that this product must not be disposed of with household waste. Instead, it must be taken to a collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. By disposing of it in accordance with the rules, you are protecting the environment and the health of your fellow human beings from negative consequences. For information about the recycling and disposal of this product, please contact your local authority or your household waste disposal service.
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