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Installation - KitchenAid KCGT 6010/I Instruction Manual

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5019_718_02011_UK
30-05-2007

Installation

The hood comes with plugs suitable for most walls
/ ceilings. You should however consult a qualified
technician to make sure the installation is suitable
for your kind of wall/ceiling. The wall/roof should
be sufficiently strong to support the weight of the
hood.
Before installation:
• Check that the product purchased is the right
size for the area where it is to be installed.
∑ To make installation easier, temporarily remove
the grease filters and other parts that can be
removed whose dismantling and assembly are
described here. These should be refitted when
installation is complete. See the relative
paragraph for dismantling.
• Remove the active carbon filter/s if provided
(again consult relative paragraph). This/these
should be re-assembled only if you wish to use
the hood in the recirculation mode.
• Check that there are no parts (e.g. bags with
screws, warranty) inside of the hood (for
transport reasons). If there are, remove them
and put to the side.
• If possible, disconnect and remove the
surrounding units and those near the installation
area of the hood so that you have better
accessibility to the ceiling / wall where the hood
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is to be installed. Otherwise, protect the units
as much as possible and all the parts relating to
the installation. Choose a flat surface and cover
it with some protection where you can place
the hood and parts.
• Disconnect the hood by turning off the mains
switch in the house whilst connecting the
electrics.
• Furthermore, check that near the area where
you are installing the hood (in an area accessible
even when the hood is fitted) there is an
electric socket and that you can connect to an
extractor towards the outside (only in the
venting mode).
• Carry out all the building work necessary (e.g.:
installation of an electrical supply and/or hole to
pass the venting pipe through).
This kind of hood must be inserted into a
cupboard or cabinetry for support.
Fig. 3
Cut a slot on the bottom of the cupboard
according to the measurements shown.
Cut another hole on the top of the cupboard for
the venting pipe and power lead.
All measurements in mm
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