Remove hood from the carton carefully to avoid marring the finish. Lay the
hood on its back and remove both the grease and charcoal tillers by pushing
back against the pressure springs until filer is clear of the channel, then lift the
filters out, and leave them out until hood Is installed Remove protective plastic
wrap from charcoal filter
Your hood can be easily installed over a range by fastening it to an overhead
cabinet or fastening it to the wall behind the range. We recommend that the
bottom of the range hood be no more than 21-24 inches above the cooking
FOR DUCTED HOOD INSTALLATION:
Determine the Following for Your Particular Size and Type of Hood
dimensioned diagram on back peg or take measurements from hood).
Location of mounting holes, duct connection, electrical connection.
Determine the type of ducting. 7 Round or 3 % x 10
Determine whether horizontal or vertical discharge will be used. (Top or
Determine where electrical connections will be brought to hood (Top or
Brig duct down through .cabinet or through back wall as determined
in 1 above.
Bring electrical wiring (Romex BX, -etc.) through cabinet or wall at
location as determined from 1 D above.
For Under Cabinet installation: Install mounting screws at 4 locations
on undercabinet leaving the head of the screw extending 1/4 Inch below
Remove filters. electrical box cover, and electrical knockout. (Duct
knockout where necessary). Install damper and connect BX or Romex
to electrical knockout using appropriate fitting. Be sure power is off
before making electrical connections.
Place hood in position (using keyhole shaped holes) and lighten screws.
Replace electric box and filters, install light bulb, turn on power and
installation Is complete.
FOR NO DUCT INSTALLATION:
Installation of a no duct hood is identical to the installation of a ducted hood
above except items 18, 1C & 2A.
Ducted and Ductless
CARE AND USE
PROPER CARE OF YOUR HOOD
Your Range Hood is a fine kitchen appliance. it precision-engineered and
fabricated by specialist. ad Is designed o give you the utmost in
convenience and satisfaction.
YOUR DUCTED HOOD HAS ONE GREASE FILTER. A NO-DUCT
HOOD HAS TWO FILTERS - A GREASE FILTER AND AN ACTIVATED
GREASE FILTER - This permanent-type filter is heavy mesh aluminum,
and is designed to trap grease which formerly would be deposited on your
kitchen walls. The manufacturer recommends that the grease filter be
cleaned once a week. IMPORTANT - When cooking sea foods and other
foods with high grease and odor content, wash filter immediately when
you are through cooking. To clean filter, immerse in hot, soapy water or
grease removing detergent in the sink or in your automatic dishwasher.
FURTHER 'CARE AND USE TIPS
For best results, at your hood blower 10-15 minutes before
cooking to start good circulation of air in the kitchen.
Oil he motor at least once a year. Use S.A.E. - 20 off only! To oil:
Fist remove filters. Second. pull electric motor plug. Then
remove mount assembly by unscrewing the sheet metal screws.
Oil motor, then replace elements.