The cooker hood must be installed centrally over a cooking appliance. The minimum distance
between the cooking surface and the metal grease filters on the underside of the hood must be
at least 650mm.
To install the hood proceed as follows:
1) Drill six 8mm diameter holes at X1-X2-J and insert the plastic rawl plugs supplied as illus-
trated in fig. 2 ensuring the brackets are fitted as shown in the blow up.
2) Secure the two brackets C to the wall inserting two of the screws supplied through the two
holes on line X1-X2 as illustrated in fig. 2.
3) Slide the canopy down the wall to locate the key hole over the washer then secure the can-
opy to the wall by inserting two of the screws supplied through the two outer holes in the
rim of the canopy J1 and J2 as illustrated in fig. 3.
4) EXTRACTION OR RECIRCULATION INSTALLATION:
• EXTRACTION (DUCTED)
When installing the ducted version, connect the hood to the chimney using either a flexible or
rigid pipe ø 150 or 120 mm, the choice of which is left to the installer.
• To install a ø 120 mm air exhaust connection, insert the reducer flange 9 on the hood body
• Fix the pipe in position using sufficient pipe clamps (not supplied).
• Remove any activated charcoal filters.
• RECIRCULATION (FILTERED)
• When the hood is fitted in the recirculation mode the Air Outlet Connection H should be
fitted as illustrated in fig. 6.
• Fit the (optional) charcoal filters by repeating the following operation on each side of the
motor housing. Place the two key hole slots in the filter L and turn the filter clockwise to
lock the filter in position as illustrated in fig. 7.
WARNING: It is a possible fire hazard if the metal grease filters are not cleaned and the
charcoal filters replaced regularly.
Fitting The Chimney
5) FITTING THE CHIMNEY UPPER
To fit the upper chimney A, place the top edge of the chimney over the bracket C as illus-
trated in fig. 8 and secure the chimney using two of the 2.9mm self tapping screws pro-
H in the height between the fixing holes X1 and X2 is determined by the
height of the upper chimney A.
6) FITTING THE CHIMNEY LOWER
To fit the lower chimney B, apply slight force to the two rear edges to increase the width
of the apperture, then sleeve the chimney B over the chimney A as illustrated in fig. 9.