The Instructions for Use apply to several versions of this appliance. 
Accordingly, you may find descriptions of individual features that do not 
apply to your specific appliance. 


The manufacturer will not be held liable for any damages resulting from
incorrect or improper installation.

• The minimum safety distance between the cooker top and the extractor hood

is 650 mm (some models can be installed at a lower height, please refer to
the paragraphs on working dimensions and installation).

• Check that the mains voltage corresponds to that indicated on the rating

plate fixed to the inside of the hood.

• For Class I appliances, check that the domestic power supply guarantees

adequate earthing.
Connect the extractor to the exhaust flue through a pipe of minimum
diameter 120 mm. The route of the flue must be as short as possible.

• Do not connect the extractor hood to exhaust ducts

carrying combustion fumes (boilers, fireplaces, etc.).

• If the extractor is used in conjunction with non-electrical

appliances (e.g. gas burning appliances), a sufficient
degree of aeration must be guaranteed in the room in
order to prevent the backflow of exhaust gas. The
kitchen must have an opening communicating directly
with the open air in order to guarantee the entry of clean air. When the
cooker hood is used in conjunction with appliances supplied with energy
other than electric, the negative pressure in the room must not exceed 0,04
mbar to prevent fumes being drawn back into the room by the cooker hood.

• The air must not be discharged into a flue that is used for

exhausting fumes from appliances burning gas or other
fuels (not applicable to appliances that only discharge the
air back into the room).

• In the event of damage to the power cable, it must be

replaced by the manufacturer or by the technical service
department, in order to prevent any risks.