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For recirculating installations (FIGURE 1), Charcoal Filters are necessary. The
(A in FIGURE
1). Recirculating installations also require some duct work to divert the air out of the
cabinet. The duct work must not terminate inside the cabinet.
MAKE YOUR CUT-OUTS
1. Disconnect and move freestanding range from cabinet opening to provide easier
access to upper cabinet and rear wall. Put a thick, protective covering over cooktop,
set-in range or countertop to protect from damage or dirt.
2. Determine and clearly mark with a pencil the center line on the cabinet where
the rangehood will be installed.
3. Determine and make all necessary cuts in the wall for the ductwork. Install the
ductwork before the rangehood.
4. Determine the proper location for the Power Supply Cable. Use a 1
to make this hole. Install the cable. Use caulking to seal around the hole. DO NOT
turn on the power until installation is complete.
5. Make the cut-out opening where the rangehood will be installed (FIGURE 2).
26 21/32" WIDTH FOR 28" HOOD, 19 19/32" WIDTH FOR 24" HOOD
INSTALL THE RANGEHOOD
face to prevent accidental damage. Remove all parts including the backdraft damper,
g the carton.
2. Place the round damper into the exhaust opening of the rangehood and press
3. Remove the bottom of the rangehood by pulling on the grey tabs (A in FIGURE
3) located on either side.
4. Fix the rangehood to the cabinet using the two spring loaded brackets, one on
each side of the rangehood (B in FIGURE 4) . Using a philips screwdriver, tighten
the adjustment screw (C in FIGURE 4) until the brackets adhere tightly to the surface.
For thicknesses of LESS than
the cabinet bottom and the spring loaded bracket.
(FIGURE 4) .
6. Replace the bottom of the rangehood and secure by pushing in the grey tabs (A
in FIGURE 3) .
Feed the Power Supply Cable through the electrical knockout. Connect the Power
Supply Cable to the rangehood cable. Attach the White lead of the power supply
to the White lead of the rangehood with a twist-on type wire connector. Attach the
Black lead of the power supply to the Black lead of the rangehood with a twist-on
type wire connector. Attach the Power Supply Cable grounding lead to the green screw
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Replace the cover.
8. Connect the ductwork to the damper and seal all connections with duct tape.
9. Turn the power supply on. Turn on the blower and light. If the rangehood does
not operate, check that the circuit breaker is not tripped or the house fuse blown. If
the unit still does not operate, disconnect the power supply and check that the wiring
connections have been made properly.
Install a grille or louver vent at the air outlet.