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RED UCE T HE R ISK O F FIR E , ELEC TRI C SH OCK , O R I NJ URY
RSO N(S) O BSE RVE T HE FOLLOW IN G:
U s e this unit only in the manner inten ded by the m anufactur er . If
have questions, contact the manufacturer at the address or
the number liste d in w a r r a n t y.
servi B efore cing or c leaning unit, switch power of f at ser vice panel
lock service disconnecting means to prevent power from being
on accid entally . When the service dis connecting means
ot be lo cke d , securely faste n a prominent warning device ,
as a tag, to the s ervice panel.
Installation work and el ectrical wiring must be done by qualified
in accorda nce codes with all applicable sta and ndards,
fire- construction rated codes and standa rds.
Suffic ient air is needed for proper combustion an d e xhausting
gases through the flue (chimney ) burning of fuel equipment to
ent back drafting. Fo ll ow the heating equipment manufacturer ’s
an d sa fet y standards such as t hose published by the
Fire P rotection Association ( N F PA ) , and the American
y for He atin g, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers
S H R A E ), and the local code authorities.
This product m ay h ave s harp edges. Be careful to avoid cuts and
during installation and cleaning.
When c utting or drilling into wall or ce iling, do not damage electrical
and other hidd en utilities.
Du cted fans must
ays be ven ted to the outd oor s.
only Use metal ductwork.
Do not use this unit with any other solid-stat e speed cont rol dev ice.
0. This unit must be grounded.
EDU CE TH E R ISK OF A R A NGE TOP GR EAS E F IR E:
N e ve r l eave sur fac e units unattended at hi gh set ting s. B oi love r s
se smoking and grea sy spillove rs oils that may ign it e. Heat
ly low on or medium set ting s.
A l ways turn hood ON when co oking at high heat or when flambéing
d (i.e. Crêpe s Suze t te, Cherries Jubilee, P eppercorn Beef
l a m b é).
) Clean ventila ting frequently fans . Greas e should not be a llowe d to
on fan or filter s.
Use prop er pan size. Alw ays use cook wa re appropr iate for the size
surfac the e element.
REDUCE TH E RI S K O F IN J U RY TO PER S O N (S) IN TH E EV E N T
A R AN GE TOP GRE AS E FI RE , OBS ERVE TH E FO LLOWI NG*:
S M O T H E R FL AM ES with a close -fitt ing lid, cook ie sheet, or meta l
r a y, then turn off the burner . BE CA R EFU L TO P RE VENT BURNS.
THE FL AM ES DO N OT GO OUT I M M E D I A T E LY, EV ACU A TE
CALL THE FIRE D E PA R T M E N T.
For indoor use onl y .
For general ventilating use only . Do not use to exhaust hazardous
e xplosive mat erials and vapor s.
. To avoid motor bearing damage and noisy and/or unbalanced
, keep dr ywall spray , constr uction dust, etc. o ff power unit.
Y our hood mot or has a ther mal o verload which will aut omatically
o ff the motor if it becomes o verheated. The
will restar t
it will cool down. If the motor continues to shut o ff and
ar t, the ha ve hood serviced.
The bot tom of the hood MUST BE N OT LESS than 24” and
at maximum a of 36” abo ve cooktop best for
of cooking impurities.
. Tw o installers a re recommended because of the size of this
T o reduce risk of fi re and to properly e xhaust air, be sure duct to
outside. Do not e xhaust air into spaces within walls or ceilings
int o at tics, cra wl spaces, or g arages.
Be careful when installing the decorative flue and hood, they m ay
ve shar p edges.
This hood is not intended to be used as a shelf .
0. Please read specification label on pr oduct fur for ther information
r equirements .
Installer: Leave this manual
with the homeowner
Homeowner: Operation and Maintenance
instructions on pages 8 & 9.
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NEVER PIC K UP A FLAM ING PA – N Yo u may be burned.
D O N OT USE W AT E R , inc luding wet dishc loths or towel s – a violent
e xplosion will result.
Use an extinguisher O N LY if:
A . Yo u know you h a ave Class ABC extinguisher , and you
kn ow how to opera te it.
B. The fire is small and contained in the it area where star ted.
C. T he fire department is being called.
D . Yo u can fight the fire with your back to an exi t.
Based on “Kitchen Fire Safet y Tips” publish ed by N F PA