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Wall canopy

Installation instructions

HC60PCIX2 & HC90PCIX2 models

and User guide

NZ AU

Contents

1

Safety and warnings

2

Installation instructions

3

Getting started quickly

8

Cleaning and maintenance

9

Manufacturer’s warranty

11

Customer care

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Important!

SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS

The models shown in this User Guide may not be available in all markets and are subject to change at any time. For current details about model and specification availability in your country, please visit our local website listed on the back cover or contact your local Fisher & Paykel dealer.

2 Safety and warnings

Important!

Please read the entire set of instructions before installing the wall canopy.

This wall canopy is not intended for use by young children or infirm persons without supervision. Young children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the wall canopy. There must be adequate ventilation of the room when the wall canopy is used at the same time

as appliances burning gas or other fuels. (A partial vacuum in the room could result in too high a concentration of gas in the air).

You must read the details concerning the method and frequency of cleaning. There is a fire risk if cleaning is not carried out in accordance with the instructions. Do not flambé under the wall canopy.

Exhaust air must not be discharged into an existing flue that is used for exhausting fumes from appliances burning gas or other fuels.

The minimum distance between the cooktop surface and the filters of the wall canopy shall be 600 mm, or 650 mm if installed over a gas cooktop.

Attention should be given to ensure that any applicable regulations concerning the discharge of exhaust air is fulfilled.

If the supply cord of this equipment is damaged it must only be replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent or similarly qualified person in order to avoid a hazard.

Always switch the power off prior to installation, servicing or cleaning the wall canopy. Never use the wall canopy without the filters in place.

A power outlet should be within 750 mm of the motor assembly and can be either on the wall, behind the chimney or in the ceiling.

To comply with electrical safety regulations, this canopy must be plugged into a socket near the appliance. The socket must be accessible, or have an accessible isolating switch, to enable the end user to isolate the canopy from the power for the purpose of internal cleaning or maintenance. Ducting accessories are not supplied. All ducting must comply with local requirements and building codes.

WARNING!

Electrical Shock Hazard

All electrical work must be done in accordance with local and/or national electrical codes as applicable. For safety, this product must be earthed. If you are unfamiliar with methods of installing electrical wiring, employ the services of a qualified electrician. Turn off power at service entrance before installing wiring or servicing this product.

 

WARNING!

 

Weight Hazard

 

The wall canopy is heavy. Please ensure adequate care is taken when installing

(HC60)

the wall canopy to prevent personal injury. The wall canopy must be installed

onto a solid wall, stud, beam or truss. Weight of the product is 8.8 kg/10.7 kg.

(HC90)

Contents of packaging

1 x wall canopy

2 x chimney flues with bracket

1 x installation instructions

2 x aluminium mesh filters (HC60PCIX2)

3 x aluminium mesh filters (HC90PCIX2)

2 x butterfly flaps

4 x small screws, to secure chimney flue

5 x 8 x 1½” wood screws

1 x washer (5 mm inner diameter)

Typical equipment required:

Electric drill

Screwdriver

Duct tape

Jig saw

Ladder

Ducting

Tape measure

Drill bits

Spirit level

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Fig.1 Wall canopy

Accessories

Accessory

Part Number

Chimney ext (740 mm) SS

791989

Light bulb

SES 230V/Max 25W

Charcoal filter (HC60)

790681

Replacement aluminium filter (HC60)

790682

Charcoal filter (HC90)

790683

Replacement aluminium filter (HC90)

790684

 

 

 

 

4 Installation instructions

Height of wall canopy

Where an electric cooktop is installed beneath the wall canopy, the distance between the top of the cooktop and the underside of the range hood must be a minimum of 600 mm and a maximum of 700 mm.

Where a gas fuelled cooktop is installed beneath the wall canopy, the distance between the top of the pot rests and the underside of the rangehood must be a minimum of 650 mm and a maximum of 750 mm.

Note: your relevant gas or local building authority may specify different height requirements. Care should be taken to comply with any applicable regulations concerning the discharge of exhaust air.

Ducting options

Note: if you wish to have the flue run all the way to the ceiling, please ensure that you work your measurements out fully before attempting the installation. In some instances, extra lengths of flue or a customised flue maybe required. A 740 mm flue extension is available as an accessory part for use where ceiling height is above 2440 mm. (Part no. 791989)

Recirculation

For recirculation, please purchase charcoal filters, which are fitted in place of the aluminium filters supplied with the hood. The charcoal filters purify the air before allowing the air to return back to the kitchen through the air vents in the sides of the chimney flue.

Note: a ducting hole is not required in the wall or ceiling if the canopy is fitted with charcoal filters.

Ducting

For ducted installation, it is recommended that you use 150 mm diameter, rigid or semi-rigidducting. To accommodate the 150 mm ducting, a ceiling hole should be carefully measured and cut out, 160 mm (min) in diameter, with a centre line 100 mm from the edge of the wall.

Efficiencies in the performance of your canopy are enhanced by the use of smooth, straight and short ducting options.

We recommend using solid, galvanised or plastic, smooth-walledducting which helps to reduce noise and increase airflow.

The use of flexible ducting is not recommended. If there is no other option available, the flexible ducting must be pulled as tight as possible.

All ducting must comply with local requirements and building codes.

Note: we recommend an Easy Fit by Fisher & Paykel or a UNIDUCT ducting system, products that have been designed to expel air efficiently.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Preparing the wall canopy for installation

Before installing the wall canopy, please carefully read through the installation instructions in full.

Prior to drilling any holes, check that the area behind the surface to be drilled is clear of any electrical cables or pipes etc.

Take care when installing the wall canopy as stainless steel is easily damaged during installation if scratched or knocked by tools.

Protect the cooktop below, using cardboard or a similar protective cover, to prevent damage on installation.

6 Installation instructions

1Establish the desired height of the rangehood above the benchtop according to the ‘Installation height requirements’ above. Measure this distance from the top of the benchtop and, using a spirit level, draw a light horizontal line on the wall. Make sure that the line can easily be erased or will be hidden after installation. This is where the bottom of the rangehood will sit (Fig.2).

2Mark the position of the rangehood on the wall. Using a spirit level, also mark a vertical line intersecting the horizontal line, (ensuring that the line can easily be erased or will be hidden after installation) showing the position where the centre of

the rangehood will be. This is normally over the centre of the cooktop (Fig.3).

3Remove the grease filters (this is to make installation easier). Press inward on the catch, found on the handle, and pull the filter downward (Fig.4).

4Determine location of the fixing “keyholes” on the wall. The hood is secured to the wall by two “keyholes” located above the motor behind the air exit opening. From the point where the horizontal and vertical lines drawn earlier intercept, use a spirit level and pencil and draw another horizontal line 290mm above the first horizontal line (ensuring that the line can easily be erased or the line will be hidden after installation) as shown in Fig.5. This now indicates where the top of the “fixing keyholes” are.

Where the vertical line meets the top horizontal line (just drawn), measure and mark both sides of the vertical line, showing where to drill.

60 – 75 cm

Fig.2 Establishing height of rangehood

Rangehood centre

Bottom of rangehood

Benchtop

Fig.3 Marking the position of the rangehood on the wall

Fig.4 Removing the grease filters

5Drill holes and secure the rangehood to the wall. Depending on the wall type (concrete, drywall etc) drill/screw appropriate fittings in the two locations just marked. The rangehood should now be able to be hung on these bolts/ screws through the two keyholes in the hood.

6Create additional means of attachment. Keyholes alone are insufficient means of attachment. Drill two extra holes in the back panel, put screws in with an anchor (if required) to ensure proper attachment and fix the rangehood by these screws as well, as shown in Fig.6. Ensure all fixings are secure.

7If ducting externally, assemble and fit ducting as per manufacturer’s instruction.

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290 mm

Fig.5 Determining location of the two fixing “keyholes”

Optional: If desired, the one-waybutterfly valve can now be fitted to the exit opening of the rangehood by simply snapping the two pieces into place.

8Test the operation of the rangehood. Plug the rangehood in and test its operation on all speed levels. This will ensure that any imperfections in the installation, such as unwanted sounds or lack of suction can be addressed before the flue is in place. Over 95% of service calls are a result of faulty installation. Please be aware that in the event of a service call for a faulty installation, you will be charged as this is not covered under the manufacturer’s warranty.

Keyholes

Extra fitting holes

Fig.6 Creating additional means of attachment

9Position and secure the flue. Secure the top mounting bracket at the highest possible point on the ceiling using a single screw through the supplied bracket.

Ensure all ducting is fitted and electrical connections are secured correctly and switched on. Place the bottom part of the flue onto the rangehood and slide the upper flue piece inside the lower piece so the tabs “hug” the folded edge of the flue.

Raise the upper part of the flue to the required height and, using the four screws supplied, secure the upper flue to the bracket on the wall.

Installation is now complete.

8 Getting started quickly

Control panel

Fig.7 Slide control

3 = Fan On / High

2 = Fan On / Medium

1 = Fan On / Low

0 = Fan Off

1 = Lights On

0 = Lights Off

Cleaning and maintenance 9

Caution!

Never use abrasive or oil based liquid cleaners.

General maintenance

The manufacturer is not liable for any damage caused by not following these instructions.

The wall canopy should be cleaned regularly using warm water with soap or mild liquid detergents. This ensures that no build-upof grease occurs as these deposits are corrosive. Do not use abrasives or harsh detergents/cleaning fluids.

Note: in areas of high humidity and coastal environments cleaning should be carried out frequently.

Grease deposit container

Your wall canopy is fitted with a clear container located underneath the motor housing, that is only visible when the grease filters are removed.

Over time, oil, fat and grease, that is normally deposited inside the motor casing, is directed into this container for easy cleaning.

This unique design will help ensure your wall canopy remains in peak condition by minimising the amount of fat or grease collected in the motor.

Note:

This container should be cleaned as necessary, usually on an annual basis.

Always ensure the container is in place prior to using the wall canopy.

Do not attempt to block the hole in the motor casing.

Aluminium filters

The grease filters must be periodically cleaned (at least every two months).

Remove the grease filters and wash them either by hand using hot soapy water or place them in the dishwasher using mild detergent. Badly smoked filters may be cleaned with “cookware cleaners”.

Note: some discolouration of the frame may occur.

Charcoal filters

Charcoal filters are designed to remove grease and odours from cooking vapours, prior to the cleansed air re-enteringthe kitchen (when the wall canopy is in recirculating mode). Charcoal filters are disposable items and it is recommended that these should be replaced every three to six months depending on use.

Note:

Fully saturated charcoal filters can become a barrier to air movement, impeding the wall canopy’s performance.

In the event of fire, fully grease laden filters could be flammable and therefore regular replacement is recommended.

In ducted installations, conventional aluminium filters are recommended.

For replacement charcoal filters, ducting accessories, spare parts and service, please contact your local supplier or Fisher & Paykel Customer Care Centre.

10 Cleaning and maintenance

Light bulb replacement

(Screw-in230V/Max 25W)

1Switch off the power to the wall canopy.

2Remove the aluminium mesh filters (or charcoal filters if fitted).

3Unscrew the old bulb, and screw in the new replacement bulb.

4Refit aluminium mesh, or charcoal filters.

Note: replacement bulbs are not covered by warranty.

Manufacturer’s warranty 11

You automatically receive a 2 year Manufacturer’s Warranty with the purchase of this Product covering parts and labour for servicing within the country of purchase.

Fisher & Paykel undertakes to:

Repair or, at its option, replace without cost to the owner either for material or labour any part of the Product, the serial number of which appears on the Product, which is found to be defective within TWO YEARS of the date of purchase.

Note

This Warranty is an extra benefit and does not affect your legal rights.

This Warranty DOES NOT cover

AService calls which are not related to any defect in the Product. The cost of a service call will be charged if the problem is not found to be a Product fault. For example:

1.Correcting the installation of the Product.

2.Instructing you how to use the Product.

3.Replacing house fuses or correcting house wiring or plumbing.

4.Correcting fault(s) caused by the user.

5.Noise or vibration that is considered normal, eg drain/fan sounds, refrigeration noises or user warning beeps.

6.Correcting damage caused by pests, eg rats, cockroaches, etc.

7.Replacement light bulbs.

BDefects caused by factors other than:

1.Normal domestic use or

2.Use in accordance with the Product’s User Guide.

CDefects to the Product caused by accident, neglect, misuse or Act of God.

DThe cost of repairs carried out by non-authorisedrepairers or the cost of correcting such unauthorised repairs.

ENormal recommended maintenance as set out in the Product’s User Guide.

FRepairs when the appliance has been dismantled, repaired or serviced by other than a Fisher & Paykel Authorised Repairer or the selling dealer.

GPick-upand delivery.

HTransportation or travelling costs involved in the repair when the Product is installed outside the Fisher & Paykel Authorised Repairer’s normal service area.

This Product has been designed for use in a normal domestic (residential) environment. This Product is not designed for commercial use (whatsoever). Any commercial use by a Customer will affect this Product’s Warranty.

Service under this Manufacturer’s Warranty must be provided by a Fisher & Paykel Authorised Repairer (refer to the ‘Customer care’ section at the back of this book). Such service shall be provided during normal business hours. This Warranty certificate should be shown when making any claim.

For Australian Customers

This Warranty is an extra benefit and does not affect your legal rights. Our goods come with guarantees that cannot be excluded under the Australian Consumer Law. You are entitled to a replacement or refund for a major failure and for compensation for any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage. You are also entitled to have the goods repaired or replaced if the goods fail to be of acceptable quality and the failure does not amount to a major failure.

Please keep this User Guide in a safe place.

12 Customer care

Before you call for service or assistance…

Check the things you can do yourself.

Refer to your User Guide and check:

1Your appliance is correctly installed.

2You are familiar with its normal operation.

If after checking these points you still need assistance, please refer to your nearest Fisher & Paykel Authorised Repairer, or contact us through our local website listed on the back cover.

In New Zealand if you need assistance...*

Call your Fisher & Paykel retailer who is trained to provide information on your appliance, or if we can be of any further help, please contact our Customer Care Centre,

Toll Free: 0800 FP CARE or 0800 37 2273

Fax: (09) 273 0656

Email: customer.care@fp.co.nz

Postal address: PO Box 58732, Botany, Manukau 2163

If you need service...*

Fisher & Paykel has a network of independent Fisher & Paykel Authorised Repairers whose fully trained technicians can carry out any service necessary on your appliance. Your dealer or our Customer Care Centre can recommend a Fisher & Paykel Authorised Repairer in your area.

In Australia if you need assistance...*

Call the Fisher & Paykel Customer Care Centre and talk to one of our Customer Care Consultants.

Toll Free: 1 300 650 590

Fax: (07) 3826 9298

Email: customer.care@fp.com.au

Postal Address: PO Box 798, Cleveland QLD 4163

If you need service...*

Fisher & Paykel has a network of qualified Fisher & Paykel Authorised Repairers responsible for servicing only Fisher & Paykel branded appliances. Our Customer Care Centre can recommend a qualified Fisher & Paykel Authorised Repairer in your area.

*If you call, write or contact our website please provide: your name and address, model number, serial number, date of purchase and a complete description of the problem. This information is needed in order to better respond to your request for assistance.

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The product specifications in this booklet apply to the specific products and models described at the date of issue. Under our policy of continuous product improvement, these specifications may change at any time. You should therefore check with your Dealer to ensure this booklet correctly describes the product currently available.

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F&P PN - 791631 B

05.2011