Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide.
[. . . ] - If the hood is left on (lights and/or motor), after 10 hours in the absence of commands from the user, it will automatically switch to OFF condition with all services switched off. - In the event of interruption of power during the hood, if you restore the hood in the OFF state, then the engine must be reactivate manually. 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. Wear gloves when carrying out installation and maintenance operations. [. . . ] If your unit is installed in an Exhaust hood or in a hood with outside motor, prepare the air exhaust hole. Place bracket (W) 50 mm from the ceiling and position this on the vertical of your hood, with the aid of the notches on the centre of the bracket (Fig. 7); using a pen, mark the 2 holes on the wall and then make the holes and fit the screw anchors provided and proceed to secure the bracket using the 2 screws (provided). Exhaust hoods and hoods with outside motors: connect the disposal duct to the air evacuation pipe of the hood; use a flexible pipe and lock it to the air evacuation pipe of the hood with a metal hose clamp (pipe and clamp are not provided). 8): plug the hood into the outside control unit using the special terminal block: remove wire clamp A and lid B from the wiring junction box. Take 2 assembled flues and place these on the upper surface of the hood. Raise the upper flue as far as the ceiling and secure it to the bracket using the 2 screws (Fig. Filtering hood: make all power connections to the hood using the power cable. Fasten the air baffle to the lower flue as shown in Figure 10, using the 2 screws. Take 2 assembled flues and place these on the upper surface of the hood. Raise the upper flue as far as the ceiling and secure it to the bracket using the 2 screws (Fig. Also remember that charcoal filters must be used in the case of the filtering version; check to see whether such filters are already fitted; if necessary, proceed to fit as follows, depending on the model type purchased: - if the hood features round charcoal filters (Fig. 12), remove the two metal filter retainers (M) and position the charcoal filter inside the grease filter; fit the two filter retainers back on again to secure the charcoal filter. Depending on the model, the unit is equipped with the following controls: 14: Button A: Light switch; position 0: light off; position 1: light on. Filter alarm: After 30 hours of operation, with the motor off, the speed keys (keys B, C, D and E) are on for 30 seconds to indicate the grease filters need cleaning. After cleaning the grease filters, restart the hour counter (RESET) by pressing one of the keys (B, C, D and E) during filter alarm. After 120 hours of operation, with the motor off, the speed keys (keys B, C, D and E) flash for 30 seconds to indicate the grease filters need cleaning and the charcoal filters replaced. Restart the hour counter (RESET) by pressing one of the keys (B, C, D and E) during filter alarm. Timer 5'; the timer can be started (switch-off delayed by 5 minutes) by pressing the keys B, C, or D for 2 seconds when the motor is running; the selected speed key starts flashing. When pressing the key (about 2 seconds) during display of the filter alarm (motor off) its reset the hour counter. [. . . ] Lighting: - To replace the incandescence bulbs, remove the fixture: apply a slight pressure on the 2 stops and at the sametime push the fixture downwards (Fig. Replace it with lamps of the same type; if a lamp is not listed in the table shown in the "Warning" worksheet, please contact the support center. The motor used in this hood features a safety device (thermal cutout) that responds to temperature changes For accidental reasons or due to installation faults, this device could engage and automatically shut off the motor, thereby preventing serious damage to the equipment. In such cases, after allowing the motor to cool down, the hood can be switched on again; the cause of the fault will nonetheless have to be remedied, ensuring installation has been correctly made and that all the instructions in the Information sheet have been complied with. [. . . ]