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[en]Instructions for installation and use INSTRUCTION MANUAL. 2 8 Intended use. 2 ( Important safety information. 2 7 Environmental protection 4 Ç Operating modes .. 5 1 Operating the appliance 5 2 Cleaning and maintenance. 6 3 Trouble shooting 7 4 Customer service. 8

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS 9 ( Important safety information .. 10 K General information .. 11 5 Installation .. 13

INSTRUCTION MANUAL

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Intended use

Intended useRead these instructions carefully. Only then will you be able to operate your appliance safely and correctly. Retain the instruction manual and installation instructions for future use or for subsequent owners.

The appliance can only be used safely if it is correctly installed according to the safety instructions. The installer is responsible for

(Important safety information

Important safety information :Warning Danger of suffocation!

Packaging material is dangerous to children.

Never allow children to play with packaging material.

:Warning Danger of death!

Risk of poisoning from flue gases that are drawn back in.

Important safety information en

Always ensure adequate fresh air in the room if the appliance is being operated in exhaust air mode at the same time as room air dependent heat-producing appliance is being operated.

Room air-dependent heat-producing appliances (e.g. gas. oil. wood or coal operated heaters. continuous flow heaters or water heaters) obtain combustion air from the room in which they are installed and discharge the exhaust gases into the open air through an exhaust gas system (e.g. a chimney).

In combination with an activated vapour extractor hood. room air is extracted from the kitchen and neighbouring rooms - a partial vacuum is produced if not enough fresh air is supplied. Toxic gases from the chimney or the extraction shaft are sucked back into the living space.

Adequate incoming air must therefore always be ensured.

An incoming/exhaust air wall box alone will not ensure compliance with the limit.

Safe operation is possible only when the partial vacuum in the place where the heat producing appliance is installed does not exceed 4 Pa (0.04 mbar). This can be achieved when the air needed for combustion is able to enter through openings that cannot be sealed. for example in doors. windows. incoming/exhaust air wall boxes or by other technical means.

In any case. consult your responsible Master Chimney Sweep. He is able to assess the house's entire ventilation setup and will suggest the suitable ventilation measures to you.

Unrestricted operation is possible if the vapour extractor hood is operated exclusively in the circulating-air mode.

:Warning Risk of fire!

Grease deposits in the grease filter may catch fire.

Clean the grease filter at least every 2 months.

Never operate the appliance without the grease filter.

Risk of fire! Grease deposits in the grease filter may catch fire. Never work with naked flames close to the appliance (e.g. flambéing). Do not install the appliance near a heat producing appliance for solid fuel (e.g. wood or coal) unless a closed. non removable cover is available. There must be no flying sparks.

Risk of fire! Hot oil and fat can ignite very quickly. Never leave hot fat or oil unattended. Never use water to put out burning oil or fat. Switch off the hotplate. Extinguish flames carefully using a lid. fire blanket or something similar.

Risk of fire! When gas burners are in operation without any cookware placed on them. they can build up a lot of heat. A ventilation appliance installed above the cooker may become damaged or catch fire. Only operate the gas burners with cookware on them.

Risk of fire! Operating several gas burners at the same time gives rise to a great deal of heat. A ventilation appliance installed above the cooker may become damaged or catch fire.

Never operate two gas burners simultaneously on the highest flame for longer than 15 minutes. One large burner of more than 5 kW (wok) is equivalent to the power of two gas burners.

:Warning Risk of burns!

The accessible parts become very hot when in operation. Never touch hot parts. Keep children at a safe distance.

:Warning Risk of injury!

Components inside the appliance may have sharp edges. Wear protective gloves.

Risk of injury! Items placed on the appliance may fall down. Do not place any objects on the appliance.

Risk of injury! The light emitted by LED lights is very dazzling. and can damage the eyes (risk group 1). Do not look directly into the switched on LED lights for longer than 100 seconds.

:Warning Risk of electric shock!

A defective appliance may cause electric shock. Never switch on a defective appliance. Unplug the appliance from the mains or switch off the circuit breaker in the fuse box. Contact the after-sales service.

Risk of electric shock! Incorrect repairs are dangerous. Repairs may only be carried out and damaged power cables replaced by one of our trained after-sales technicians. If the appliance is defective. unplug the appliance from the mains or switch off the circuit breaker in the fuse box. Contact the after sales service.

Risk of electric shock! Do not use any high-pressure cleaners or steam cleaners. which can result in an electric shock.

Causes of damage

Caution!

Risk of damage due to corrosion. Always switch on the appliance while cooking to avoid condensation. Condensate can produce corrosion damage.

Always replace faulty bulbs to prevent the remaining bulbs from overloading.

Risk of damage due to ingress of humidity into the electronic circuitry. Never clean operator controls with a wet cloth.

Surface damage due to incorrect cleaning.

Clean stainless steel surfaces in the direction of the grain only. Do not use any stainless steel cleaners for operator controls.

Surface damage due to strong or abrasive cleaning agents. Never use strong and abrasive cleaning agents.

Risk of damage from returning condensate.

Install the exhaust duct in such a way that it falls away from the appliance slightly (1° slope).

Environmental protection

Environmental protection Your new appliance is particularly energy-efficient. Here you can find tips on how to save even more energy when using the appliance. and how to dispose of your appliance properly.

Saving energy

During cooking. ensure that there is a sufficient supply of air so that the extractor hood can work efficiently and with a low level of operating noise.

Adjust the fan speed to the intensity of the cooking fumes. Only use intensive mode where this is required. A lower fan speed means that less energy is consumed.

If there are intensive cooking fumes. select a higher fan speed in good time. If cooking fumes have already spread in the kitchen. the extractor hood must be operated for longer.

Switch off the extractor hood if you no longer require it.

Switch off the lighting if you no longer require it.

Clean and. if required. replace the filter at regular intervals in order to increase the effectiveness of the ventilation system and to prevent the risk of fire.

Environmentally-friendly disposal

Dispose of packaging in an environmentally-friendly manner.

This appliance is labelled in accordance with European Directive 2012/19/EU concerning used electrical and electronic appliances (waste electrical and electronic equipment WEEE). The guideline determines the framework for the return and recycling of used appliances as applicable throughout the EU.

Operating modes en

ÇOperating modes

Operating modesExhaust air mode

Note: The exhaust air must not be conveyed into a functioning smoke or exhaust gas flue or into a shaft which is used to ventilate installation rooms which contain heat-producing appliances.

Before conveying the exhaust air into a non functioning smoke or exhaust gas flue. obtain the consent of the heating engineer responsible.

If the exhaust air is conveyed through the outer wall. a telescopic wall box should be used.

Air recirculation

Note: To bind odours in air recirculation mode. you must install an activated carbon filter. The different options for operating the appliance in air recirculation mode can be found in the brochure. Alternatively. ask your dealer. The required accessories are available from specialist retailers. from customer service or from the Online Shop.

Operating the appliance

Operating the appliance These instructions apply to several appliance variants. It is possible that individual features are described which do not apply to your appliance.

Note: Switch on the extractor hood when you start cooking and switch it off again several minutes after you have finished cooking. This is the most effective way of removing the kitchen fumes.

Control panel

Setting the fan Switching on

Pull out the filter pull-out and press the # button. The fan starts at setting 2.

Press the + or - button to change the fan strength.

Switching off

Press the # button. Slide the filter pull-out in.

Intensive setting

You can use the intensive setting if there is a large build-up of odours and fumes/vapours.

Press the + button until all of the LEDs in the display light up. The intensive setting is activated.

After approx. six minutes. the electronics automatically reduce the fan to a lower setting. If you want to end the intensive setting before the preset time expires. press the - button until the required fan setting is reached.

The run time is limited. The fan is then automatically reduced to a lower fan setting. You can switch back manually at any time.

Fan run-on time If you slide in the filter pull-out. the run-on time will be activated for as long as the extractor hood is operating.

After approx. 10 minutes. the fan switches off automatically.

Lighting The lighting can be switched on and off independently of the ventilation.

Press the A button.

The air which is drawn in is cleaned by the grease filters and conveyed to the exterior by a pipe system.

The air which is drawn in is cleaned by the grease filters and an activated carbon filter. and is conveyed back into the kitchen.

Explanation Light on/off

Fan on/off

Reduces the fan speed

Increases the fan speeds/intensive setting

Cleaning and maintenance

Cleaning and maintenance :Warning Risk of burns!

The appliance will become hot during operation. especially near the bulbs. Allow the appliance to cool down before cleaning.

:Warning Risk of electric shock!

Penetrating moisture may result in an electric shock.

Clean the appliance using a damp cloth only. Before cleaning. pull out the mains plug or switch off the circuit breaker in the fuse box.

:Warning Risk of electric shock!

Do not use any high-pressure cleaners or steam cleaners. which can result in an electric shock.

:Warning Risk of injury!

Components inside the appliance may have sharp edges. Wear protective gloves.

Cleaning agents

To ensure that the different surfaces are not damaged by using the wrong cleaning agent. observe the information in the table. Do not use any of the following:

Harsh or abrasive cleaning agents.

Cleaning agents with a high alcohol content.

Hard scouring pads or cleaning sponges.

High-pressure cleaners or steam cleaners.

Wash new sponge cloths thoroughly before use.

Follow all instructions and warnings included with the cleaning agents.

Cleaning the metal mesh grease filters

These instructions apply to several appliance variants. It is possible that individual features are described which do not apply to your appliance.

:Warning Risk of fire!

Grease deposits in the grease filter may catch fire.

Clean the grease filter at least every 2 months.

Never operate the appliance without the grease filter.

Notes

Do not use any aggressive. acidic or alkaline cleaning agents.

When cleaning the metal mesh grease filters. also clean the holder for the metal mesh grease filters in the appliance using a damp cloth.

The metal mesh grease filters can be cleaned in the dishwasher or by hand.

By hand:

Note: You can use a special grease solvent for stubborn dirt. It can be ordered via the Online Shop.

Soak the metal mesh grease filters in a hot soapy solution.

Clean the filters with a brush and then rinse them thoroughly.

Leave the metal mesh grease filters to drain.

Area Cleaning agent

Stainless steel Hot soapy water: Clean with a dish cloth and then dry with a soft cloth.

Clean stainless steel surfaces in the grind direction only.

Special stainless steel cleaning products are available from our after-sales service or from specialist retailers. Apply a very thin layer of the cleaning product with a soft cloth.

Painted surfaces Hot soapy water: Clean using a damp dish cloth and dry with a soft cloth/towel.

Do not use any stainless steel cleaners.

Aluminium and plastic Glass cleaner: Clean with a soft cloth.

Glass Glass cleaner: Clean with a soft cloth. Do not use a glass scraper.

Controls Hot soapy water: Clean using a damp dish cloth and dry with a soft cloth/towel.

Risk of electric shock caused by penetrating moisture.

Risk of damage to the electronics from pene trating moisture. Never clean operating con trols with a wet cloth.

Do not use any stainless steel cleaners.

Trouble shooting en

In the dishwasher:

Note: If the metal mesh grease filters are cleaned in the dishwasher. slight discolouration may occur. This has no effect on the function of the metal mesh grease filters.

Do not clean heavily soiled metal mesh grease filters together with utensils.

Place the metal mesh grease filters loosely in the dishwasher. The metal mesh grease filters must not be wedged in.

Removing metal grease filter

1. Open the lock and fold down the metal grease filter.

While doing this. place your other hand under the metal grease filter.

2. Take the metal grease filter out of the holder.

Notes Fat may accumulate in the bottom of the metal grease filter. Hold the metal grease filter level to prevent grease from dripping out.

3. Clean the metal grease filter.

On appliances with a glass plate in the filter pull-out:

The glass plate can be removed easily and can be cleaned in the dishwasher.

To remove it. carefully lift the glass plate.

Installing the metal mesh grease filter

1. Insert the metal mesh grease filter.

While doing this. place the other hand under the metal mesh grease filter.

2. Fold the metal mesh grease filter upwards. locking it in place.

Trouble shooting

Trouble shooting Malfunctions often have simple explanations. Please read the following notes before calling the after-sales service.

:Warning Risk of electric shock!

Incorrect repairs are dangerous. Repairs may only be carried out and damaged power cables replaced by one of our trained after-sales technicians. If the appliance is defective. unplug the appliance from the mains or switch off the circuit breaker in the fuse box.

Contact the after-sales service.

Malfunction table

Problem Possible cause Solution

The appliance does not work

The plug is not plugged in.

Connect the appliance to the electricity supply

Power cut Check whether other kitchen appliances are working

Faulty fuse Check in the fuse box to make sure that the fuse for the appliance is OK

The lighting does not work.

The bulbs are faulty.

For information on changing the bulbs. see the "Replacing Bulbs" section.

Replacing bulbs

These instructions apply to several appliance variants. It is possible that individual features are described which do not apply to your appliance.

:Warning Risk of burns!

Halogen bulbs become very hot when switched on.

There is still a risk of burning for some time after they have been switched off. Allow the halogen bulbs to cool down before replacing them.

:Warning Risk of electric shock!

When changing the bulbs. the bulb socket contacts are live. Before changing the bulb. unplug the appliance from the mains or switch off the circuit breaker in the fuse box.

Important! Only use bulbs of the same type and wattage.

Replacing halogen bulbs

Note: When inserting halogen bulbs. do not touch the glass tube. Use a clean cloth to insert the halogen bulbs.

1. Carefully remove the bulb ring using a suitable tool.

2. Pull out the bulb and replace it with a bulb of the same type.

3. Insert the bulb cover.

4. Insert the mains plug or switch on the fuse again.

LED lights

Defective LED lights may be replaced by the manufacturer. their customer service or a qualified technician (electrician) only.

:Warning Risk of injury!

The light emitted by LED lights is very dazzling. and can damage the eyes (risk group 1). Do not look directly into the switched on LED lights for longer than 100 seconds.

Customer service

Customer service When calling us. please give the product number (E no.) and the production number (FD no.) so that we can provide you with the correct advice. The rating plate with these numbers can be found inside the appliance (remove the metal mesh grease filter to gain access).

You can make a note of the numbers of your appliance and the telephone number of the after-sales service in the space below to save time should it be required.

Please be aware that a visit by an after-sales engineer will be charged if a problem turns out to be the result of operator error. even during the warranty period.

Please find the contact data of all countries in the enclosed customer service list.

To book an engineer visit and product advice

Rely on the professionalism of the manufacturer. You can therefore be sure that the repair is carried out by trained service technicians who carry original spare parts for your appliances.

Accessories (not included in the scope of delivery) Note: These instructions apply to several appliance models. It may be the case that an optional accessory that is listed does not apply for your appliance.

Note: Observe the installation instructions in the accessory.

E no.

FD no.

After-sales serviceO

GB 0344 892 8989 Calls charged at local or mobile rate.

IE 01450 2655 0.03 € per minute at peak. Off peak 0.0088 € per minute.

Accessory Order number

Basic equipment: Starter set for circulating-air mode Easy-change filter for starter set

Z54TS02X0 Z54TC02X0

Basic equipment: CleanAir air recirculation module Easy-change filter for CleanAir air recirculation module

Z54TR60X0 Z54TR00X0

Lowering frame: Appliance width: 60 cm Z54TL60X0

Lowering frame: Appliance width: 90 cm Z54TL90X0

Installation set: Upper cabinet: 90 cm Z54TM90X0

Handle strip: 60 cm: Stainless steel Black

Z54TH60N0 Z54TH60D0

Handle strip: 90 cm: Stainless steel Black

Z54TH90N0 Z54TH90D0

Customer service en

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

Installation instructions These instructions apply to several appliance variants. It is possible that individual features are described which do not apply to your appliance.

This appliance is installed in a upper cabinet.

Follow the enclosed installation instructions for additional special accessories (e.g. for circulating-air mode).

The surfaces of the appliance are sensitive. Avoid damaging them during installation.

Appliance width 60 cm:

Appliance width 90 cm:

(Important safety information

Important safety information Read these instructions carefully. Only then will you be able to operate your appliance safely and correctly. Retain the instruction manual and installation instructions for future use or for subsequent owners.

The appliance can only be used safely if it is correctly installed according to the safety instructions. The installer is responsible for ensuring that the appliance works perfectly at its installation location.

The width of the extractor hood must correspond at least with the width of the hob.

For the installation. observe the currently valid building regulations and the regulations of the local electricity and gas suppliers.

When conveying the exhaust air. official and legal regulations (e.g. state building regulations) must be followed.

:Warning Risk of death!

Risk of poisoning from flue gases that are drawn back in. The exhaust air must not be conveyed into a functioning smoke or exhaust gas flue or into a shaft which is used to ventilate installation rooms that contain heating appliances. If the exhaust air is to be conveyed into a non-functioning smoke or exhaust gas flue. you must obtain the consent of the heating engineer responsible.

:Warning Danger of death!

Risk of poisoning from flue gases that are drawn back in.

Always ensure adequate fresh air in the room if the appliance is being operated in exhaust air mode at the same time as room air dependent heat-producing appliance is being operated.

Room air-dependent heat-producing appliances (e.g. gas. oil. wood or coal operated heaters. continuous flow heaters or water heaters) obtain combustion air from the room in which they are installed and discharge the exhaust gases into the open air through an exhaust gas system (e.g. a chimney).

In combination with an activated vapour extractor hood. room air is extracted from the kitchen and neighbouring rooms - a partial vacuum is produced if not enough fresh air is supplied. Toxic gases from the chimney or the extraction shaft are sucked back into the living space.

Adequate incoming air must therefore always be ensured.

An incoming/exhaust air wall box alone will not ensure compliance with the limit.

Safe operation is possible only when the partial vacuum in the place where the heat producing appliance is installed does not exceed 4 Pa (0.04 mbar). This can be achieved when the air needed for combustion is able to enter through openings that cannot be sealed. for example in doors. windows. incoming/exhaust air wall boxes or by other technical means.

In any case. consult your responsible Master Chimney Sweep. He is able to assess the house's entire ventilation setup and will suggest the suitable ventilation measures to you.

Unrestricted operation is possible if the vapour extractor hood is operated exclusively in the circulating-air mode.

:Warning Danger of death!

Risk of poisoning from flue gases that are drawn back in. If installing a ventilation system in a room with a heat-producing appliance connected to a chimney/flue. the electricity supply to the hood must be equipped with a suitable safety switch.

General information en

:Warning Risk of fire!

Grease deposits in the grease filter may catch fire. The specified safety distances must be observed in order to prevent an accumulation of heat. Observe the specifications for your cooking appliance. If gas and electric hobs are operated together. the largest specified distance applies.

Only one side of the appliance may be installed directly next to a high-sided unit or a wall. The distance between the appliance and wall or high-sided unit must be at least 50 mm.

:Warning Risk of injury!

Components inside the appliance may have sharp edges. Wear protective gloves.

Risk of injury! The appliance may fall down if it has not been properly fastened in place. All fastening components must be fixed firmly and securely.

Risk of injury! The appliance is heavy. To move the appliance. 2 people are required. Use only suitable tools and equipment.

:Warning Risk of electric shock!

Components inside the appliance may have sharp edges. These may damage the connecting cable. Do not kink or pinch the connecting cable during installation.

:Warning Risk of electric shock!

It must always be possible to disconnect the appliance from the electricity supply. The appliance must only be connected to a protective contact socket that has been correctly installed. If the plug is no longer accessible once the appliance has been installed. or a fixed connection is required. the installation must have an all-pole isolating switch with a contact gap of at least 3 mm.

Only an electrician may install the fixed connection. We recommend installing a residual-current circuit breaker (RCCB) in the appliance's power supply circuit.

:Warning Danger of suffocation!

Packaging material is dangerous to children.

Never allow children to play with packaging material.

KGeneral information

General information Exhaust air mode

:Warning Risk of death!

Risk of poisoning from flue gases that are drawn back in. The exhaust air must not be conveyed into a functioning smoke or exhaust gas flue or into a shaft which is used to ventilate installation rooms that contain heating appliances. If the exhaust air is to be conveyed into a non-functioning smoke or exhaust gas flue. you must obtain the consent of the heating engineer responsible.

If the exhaust air is conveyed through the outer wall. a telescopic wall box should be used.

Exhaust duct

Note: The appliance manufacturer does not provide any warranty for faults attributable to the pipe section.

The appliance achieves its optimum performance by means of a short. straight exhaust air pipe and as large a pipe diameter as possible.

As a result of long. rough exhaust air pipes. many pipe bends or pipe diameters that are smaller than 150 mm. the optimum extraction performance is not achieved and fan noise is increased.

The pipes or hoses for laying the exhaust air line must consist of non-combustible material.

Round pipes An inner diameter of 150 mm. but at least 120 mm. is recommended.

Flat ducts The inner cross-section must correspond to the diameter of the round pipes.

150 mm diameter. approx. 177 cm2

120 mm diameter. approx. 113 cm2

Flat ducts should not have any sharp deflections.

Use sealing strips for different pipe diameters.

Electrical connection

:Warning Risk of electric shock!

Components inside the appliance may have sharp edges. These may damage the connecting cable. Do not kink or pinch the connecting cable during installation.

The required connection data can be found on the rating plate inside the appliance; to do this. remove the metal mesh grease filter.

Length of the cable: approx. 1.30 m This appliance complies with the EC interference suppression regulations.

:Warning Risk of electric shock!

It must always be possible to disconnect the appliance from the electricity supply. The appliance must only be connected to a protective contact socket that has been correctly installed. If the plug is no longer accessible once the appliance has been installed. or a fixed connection is required. the installation must have an all pole isolating switch with a contact gap of at least 3 mm. Only an electrician may install the fixed connection. We recommend installing a residual-current circuit breaker (RCCB) in the appliance's power supply circuit.

Preparing the units

The fitted unit must be level and have sufficient load bearing capacity.

The max. weight of the extractor hood is 18 kg.

Appliance dimensions and safety clearances

Observe the appliance's dimensions.

Comply with the safety clearances.

If the installation instructions for the gas cooking appliances specify a different distance. the largest distance must always be provided for.

The fitted unit must be heat-resistant up to 90 °C.The fitted unit must still be sturdy after the cut-outs have been made.

To install the extractor hood in a wall-hanging cupboard. the extractor hood must be provided with the following dimensions:

1. Make the cut-out for the exhaust air pipe. To do this. make an opening in the top or back panel of the fitted unit with an additional recess for the power cord.

2. If the cabinet base is in place. remove it. Mark the fastening points on the inside of the cabinet and use a bradawl to make indentations where the holes are to be. To help you mark the fastening points. use the fastening piece provided.

Body wall thickness: 16 mm 1. Screw the mounting pieces to the body on the left and right. ¨ 2. Remove the tabs from the bottom of the mounting pieces. ©

Width 600 mm

Depth Min. 320 mm

Depth Min. 350 mm with lowering frame

Height Min. 420 mm

Height Min. 600 mm with CleanAir air recirculation module

Wall thickness 16 mm or 19 mm

Installation en

Body wall thickness: 19 mm

1. Fold out the tabs on both of the mounting pieces. ¨ 2. Screw the mounting pieces to the body on the left and right. © 3. Remove the tabs from the bottom of the mounting pieces. ª

Preparing the appliance

A handle strip must be screwed to the filter pull-out. This handle strip can be one that is provided with the appliance. or one that is available as an accessory.

1. Use the screws provided to secure the handle strip to the filter pull-out.

2. Connect the power cord provided to the appliance.¨ 3. Use the strain relief to secure the power cord in place.©

Installation

InstallationSliding the appliance up into place

1. Slide the appliance up into place and make sure it is positioned correctly. ¨ 2. Measure the distance between the appliance and the wall. and mark this on the filler strip.

3. If required. shorten the filler strip to the required dimension. ©

Sliding out the appliance

Note: Before you remove the appliance. protect the hob with a piece of polystyrene from the packaging.

1. Use a flat-blade screwdriver to push in the fastening bolt. and turn it 90° until it locks into place. ¨ 2. Push in the fastening bolt gently with your fingers. and turn it until it comes out of the housing along with the spring.© Pull gently on the fastening bolt; before you do this. take hold of the appliance from beneath with the other hand. ª

3. Carefully remove the appliance.

4. Screw in the filler strip fully.

5. Push in the fastening bolt and turn it 90°.

Note: The fastening pieces on the left and right of the appliance must be able to move.

Final fitting stage

1. Slide the appliance up into place. ¨ 2. Lock the fastening bolts on the left and right. © 3. Fit the protective caps on the left and right. ª

4. Establish the electrical connection.

Note: The extractor hood's housing can be concealed within the upper cabinet. In doing so. you must observe the following:

The intermediate floor must not be placed on the extractor hood's housing.

The front panel must not be secured to the housing.

Access must be available in order to change the filter and for the after-sales service.

Installation en

Appliance width 90 cm: You must also screw the appliance to the wall-hanging cupboards either side of it.

Changing the filter pull-out's limit stop On some versions of the appliance. the limit stop for the filter pull-out can be changed. Spacers are included with these appliances in order to position the appliance's handle strip flush with the fitted unit.

1. Pull the filter pull-out towards you.

2. Shorten the spacer to the required dimension and insert it into the slot specified.

Connecting the pipes

Note: If an aluminium pipe is used. smooth the area where it is to be connected before you connect it.

Exhaust air pipe. dia. 150 mm (recommended size) Fit the exhaust air pipe directly to the air-pipe connector and seal the joint.

Exhaust air pipe. dia. 120 mm 1. Fit the reducing connector directly to the air-pipe connector.

2. Attach the exhaust air pipe to the reducing connector.

3. Seal both joints appropriately.

Removing the appliance

1. Disconnect the electrical connection.

2. Disconnect the pipes.

3. Remove the metal grease filter.

4. Remove the protective caps from the fastening elements.

5. Remove the appliance; see section entitled "Removing the appliance".



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