Bertazzoni K90 AM H CR A, K90 AM H NE A, K90 AM H VI A, K90 AM HX A User Manual

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CHIMNEY

C O O K E R

HOOD

Use and maintenance instructions EN

Instructions pour l'utilisation et manutention FR

Istruzioni d'uso e manutenzione IT

Instrucciones de uso y mantenimiento ES

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EXHAUST MODE - roof venting

 

 

ÉVACUATION EXTERNE - ventilation au toit

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EXTRACCIÓN - ventilación para el techo

 

 

ASPIRANTE - uscita soffitto

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ÉVACUATION EXTERNE - ventilation au mur

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EXTRACCIÓN - ventilación para el muro

 

 

ASPIRANTE - uscita a parete

 

 

 

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RECIRCULATING MODE

RECIRCULATION INTERNE

MODALIDAD RECIRCULATION

MODALITA’ FILTRANTE

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EN Use and maintenance instructions

1. GENERAL

Carefully read the following important information regarding installation safety and maintenance.

Keep this information booklet accessible for further consultations.

CONTROL PANEL (Fig.2)

TYPE “A”

1 -First speed

2 -Second speed

3 -Third speed

4 -Fourth speed (maximum)

- Light ON/OFF

2. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

This hood has been arranged to be installed above a cook top. It can be used in 2 ways:

EXHAUST MODE: the kitchen vapours are purified by themetalanti-greasefiltersandcarriedoutsidethrough a ducting system. (Fig. 3A; 3B)

RECIRCULATING MODE: the kitchen vapours are purifiedbythemetalanti-greasefiltersandanactivated carbon filter (sold separately), then conveyed back into the kitchen. (Fig. 3C)

We suggest to have installation carried out by qualified personnel, in compliance with all the current regulations and in particular with the ones concerning air exhaust and electrical connection. The manufacturer cannot be held liable for damages caused by improper installation or if it has not been carried out according to the state-of-the-art.

2.1 ELECTRIC CONNECTION

The appliance has been manufactured as a class II, therefore no earth cable is necessary.

The connection to the mains is carried out as follows: BROWN = L line

BLUE = N neutral

If not provided, connect a plug for the electrical load indicated on the description label. Where a plug is provided, the cooker hood must be installed in order that the plug is easily accessible.

An omnipolar switch with a minimum aperture of

3 mm between contacts, in line with the electrical load and local standards, must be placed between the appliance and the network in the case of direct connection to the electrical network.

2.2. INSTALLATION

The appliance must be installed at a minimum height of

650 mm from an electric cooker stove, or 750 mm from gas or combined cooker stoves. (Fig.1)

If a connection tube composed of two parts is used, the upper part must be placed outside the lower part.

Do not connect the cooker hood exhaust to the same conductor used to circulate hot air or for evacuating fumes from other appliances generated by other than an electrical source.

2.3. MOUNTING THE COOKER HOOD TO THE WALL

Drill holes A-B-C according to indications quoted in

(fig.1).

Use screws and screw anchors suitable for wall (e.g. reinforced cement, plasterboard) for the mounting of the cooker hood. Where screws and screw anchors are supplied ensure that they are suitable for the type of wall where the cooker hood is to be mounted.

Affix the bracket Z to the wall via the drill holes C

Hang the cooker hood on the wall using the drill holes

A.

Fasten the cooker hood using the fastening drill holes

B.

2.4. EXHAUST VERSION

Connect the flange Y to the discharge opening with a connecting tube Fig.5 (do not carry out for filter version) .

Thread the upper connector E to the inside of the lower connector F; hang the two connectors inserting them vertically on the cooker hood, unthread the upper connector E towards the top, locking it in with the appropriate screws in the drill holes G of the bracket Z (fig. 7) previously affixed to the wall via the drill holes C (fig. 1).

2.5 RE-CIRCULATING VERSION

In order to transform your cooker hood from the exhaust version to the re-circulating version, ask your local retailer for active carbon filters and then carry out the following instructions.

The filters must be applied to the suction kit located inside the cooker hood (fig. 6). The air is replaced in the environment via the eyelets impressed on the connector E.

2.6. OPERATING CHECKS

Check lights and motor start-up on all speeds.

USE AND MAINTENANCE

It is recommended to switch on the appliance before cooking. It is also recommended to leave the appliance in operation for 10 minutes after cooking is terminated in order to completely eliminate cooking vapours and odours.

The proper function of the cooker hood is conditioned by the regularity of the maintenance operations, in particular, the active carbon filter.

Clean the fan and other surfaces of the cooker hood regularly using a cloth moistened with denatured alcohol or non abrasive liquid detergent.

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