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Dear Customer,
Thank you for buying our hood. Please read these instructions carefully for its
optimum installation, use and maintenance.
Notes: The gures mentioned in this manual are in the rst pages.
Hood installation on walls (look for the symbol in the gures)
Warning: consult local regulations regarding fumes outlets. Do not
connect the hood to a fume, ventilation or hot air duct. Conrm that
room ventilation is appropriate with the local authorities. Make sure
the maximum air extraction ow rate for the appliances in the room does
not exceed 4 Pa (0.04 mbar).The room must have adequate ventilation if an
extractor hood is used simultaneously with appliances that run on gas or other
fuels. The evacuated air must be extracted through ducts that are used for
evacuating fumes from appliances that run on gas or other fuels. Regulations
regarding air extraction must be complied with.
Use a rigid PVC pipe with a min. Ø l20 mm to evacuate fumes outside.
The above restrictions do not apply to hoods with no fumes outlet to outside
(recirculation system with activated charcoal lter).
Install the hood in line with the instructions on the template Install the
hood in line with the instructions on the template provided.
For gas cooking appliances only: the minimum distance to the hood must be
at least 65 cm.
Connecting the hood to the grid
Warning: before connecting the hood: switch off the electricity supply
and check that the supplied voltage and frequency coincide with that
indicated on the appliance nameplate.
If the extractor hood has a plug, connect it to a power socket in line with
applicable regulations, located in an accessible area.
If the hood does not have a plug, connect it directly to the electrical grid,
protected by a separator device accessible for disconnection, in line with local
regulations.
Use of the hood – Safety
Warning: the hood may stop working during an electrostatic discharge
(e. g. lightning). This involves no risk of damage. Switch off the electricity
supply to the hood and reconnect after one minute.
Do not allow the hood to be used by children or persons with reduced (physical,
sensory or mental) capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge, unless
they have been given instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person
responsible for their safety.
Children should be supervised so that they do not play with the appliance.
To avoid the risk of re, clean the metal lter regularly, permanently control
pans containing hot oil and do not ambé food underneath the hood.
Do not use the hood if it shows signs of damage or imperfection. Contact an
ofcial distributor or authorised dealer.
Accessible parts may heat up when using cooking appliances.
Use of the hood - Control panel (look for the symbol in the gures)
The different control panels are described below. Check the panel model
installed on your hood and see the gure indicated in each case.
Panel with sliding switch (Fig. P1)
Extractor fan speed - positions: OFF, speed 1, 2 and 31-
Extractor fan operating control pilot light.2-
Lighting on and off switch.3-
Panel with electronic button (Fig. P2)
Lighting on and off.1-
Lighting operating control pilot light.2-
Extractor fan speed - button: speed 1, 2 and 3 Press the current speed again 3-
to switch off the extractor fan.
Extractor fan operating speed control pilot light.4-
Timer: keep the chosen speed button pressed down for two seconds until the
display ashes. The extractor fan stops after 15 min. and the lighting switches
off. To cancel the timer: press the chosen speed button once.
Four-speed panel - Digital display (Fig. P3)
Lighting on and off.1-
Extractor fan on and off.2-
Decrease extractor fan speed.3-
Extractor fan speed display panel.4-
Increase extractor fan speed.5-
Enable extractor fan turbo speed.6-
Enable and disable extractor fan timer.7-
Timer: the extractor fan works for 5 min. at the current speed and another 5 min.
at each of the lower speeds until it stops and the lighting switches off.
Five-button panel (Fig. P4)
Extractor fan operating control pilot light.1-
Lighting on and off.2-
Extractor fan off.3-
Extractor fan speed - button: speed 1, 2 and 34-
Touch panel (Fig. P5)
Filter clean warning display/button. 1- Warning of the need to replace the
lter – press to deactivate once the lter has been cleaned or replaced.
Enable and disable extractor fan timer.2-
Lighting on and off. 3- Keep pressed down to adjust the lighting intensity.
Extractor fan on and off.4-
Extractor fan speed - button: speed 1, 2 and 3/45-
Timer: the extractor fan works for 5 min. at the current speed and another 5
min. at each of the lower speeds until it stops.
Sliding touch panel (Fig. P6)
1- Extractor fan on and off.
2- Sliding touch panel for extractor fan speed control. Also used in combination
with button -3-.
3- Lighting on and off. Press the button and, while it is ashing, adjust the
lighting intensity using the sliding touch panel -2-.
4- Enable and disable extractor fan timer.
5- Filter clean warning display/button. Warning of the need to replace the
lter – press to deactivate once the lter has been cleaned or replaced.
Timer: the extractor fan works for 2 min. at the current speed and another 2 min.
at each of the lower speeds until it stops and the lighting switches off.
Warning on the ZEN Model
The front panel automatically extends and retracts on switching the hood on/
off.
Hood maintenance
Warning: always switch off the electricity supply before carrying out
maintenance work on the hood. In the event of a fault, contact an
ofcial distributor or authorised dealer.
Exterior cleaning: use non-corrosive, liquid detergent and avoid the use of
abrasive cleaning products.
Grease lters: to avoid res, clean thoroughly once a month or whenever the
display pilot light indicates as such. To do so, remove the lters and wash with
hot water and detergent. If using a dishwasher, position the lters vertically to
prevent solid remains from depositing on them.
Activated charcoal lters: replace the every 3 months.
Important: increase the lter cleaning/replacement frequency if the hood
is used for more than 2 hours a day. Always use genuine lters from the
manufacturer.
Bulb replacement (look for the symbol in the gures)
Warning: do not handle the bulbs until the electricity supply has been
switched off and they have cooled.
Important: use new bulbs according to that indicated on the hood
nameplate.
Use bulbs with an aluminium reector to replace halogen bulbs. Do not use
dichroic bulbs - risk of overheating.
Legal information
The manufacturer:
- Declares that this product meets all basic requirements regarding low-voltage
electrical equipment established in Directive 2006/95/EC of 12 December 2006
and electro-magnetic compatibility established in Directive 2004/108/EC of 15
December 2004.
- Is not responsible for any failure to observe the instructions given in this manual
and current safety regulations for the correct use of the equipment.
- R eserves the right to make any modications to the equipment or this manual
without prior notice.
Contact our ofcial distributor should you require technical assistance or
additional information on our products.
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