Operating and installation instructions External motors AWG 102 MG 100 DDG 102 ABLG 202 Roof vent kit DDF 125/150 en - GB To avoid the risk of accidents or damage to the appliance it is essential to read these operating instructions before it is installed or used for the first time.
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(e.g. This external motor must only be electric shock). used in conjunction with a Miele "... For safety reasons, this appliance EXT" model cooker hood. may only be used when it has been Any other usage is not supported by fully installed.
Faulty components must only be replaced by genuine Miele original parts. The manufacturer can only guarantee the safety of the appliance when Miele replacement parts are...
Warning and Safety instructions Using at the same time as other In order to ensure safe operation, and to prevent gases given off by the heating appliances that depend on heating appliances from being drawn the air from the room back into the room when the cooker Warning - danger of toxic fumes hood and the heater are in operation...
Before discarding an old appliance, must be of non-flammable material. switch off and disconnect the control These can be obtained from the Miele cable from the cooker hood. Cut off the Spare Parts department or from cable directly behind the appliance to builders' merchants.
Installation AWG 102 ^ Unscrew the 2 fixing screws on the underside of the appliance and take The AWG 102 external motor is the motor unit off of its fixing bracket. designed to be installed on an outside wall. ^ The ducting stub on the motor unit...
Installation ^ Make a C 185 mm hole in the wall. ^ Connect the 3 mountings through the fixing holes in the bracket as illustrated. ^ Push the telescopic wall pipe into the hole so that it is sitting flush. The telescopic wall pipe will make it easier to feed the control cable and the flexible ducting through later on.
Installation ^ Feed the flexible ducting through the telescopic wall pipe and secure it to ^ Connect the control cable plug the stub on the motor unit fixing connectors. bracket with a hose clip. ^ Use the extension cable supplied to ^ Secure the bracket to the outside wall lengthen the cabling if necessary.
Installation MG 100 ^ Make a hole 280 mm wide x 240 mm * Extends from 280 – 390 mm a Equipotential bonding deep through the wall. ^ Extend the size of the hole on the outside wall side, downwards to The MG 100 motor is designed for make it 365 mm high and into the installation inside an external wall.
Installation ^ Drill four C 6 mm holes at the positions you have just marked to a depth of 30 mm. ^ Press S6 plugs into the drill holes so that they are flush. ^ Push the motor unit housing into the wall and secure it in position.
Installation DDG 102 The external motor is connected to the cooker hood by means of a control cable, and is operated by the control panel on the cooker hood. Please refer to the notes in "Connection for air extraction", before installing the external motor and ducting.
Installation ^ Secure the base plate to the ^ Unscrew the two fixing screws and mounting frame with the screws and remove the motor unit from the base nuts supplied. plate. ^ Refit the motor unit. ^ Fit the three distance bushes to the base plate.
Installation ^ Remove the roofing around the installation area. ^ Bend flashing a upwards. ^ Position the motor unit on the roof with the air outlet directed down the roof. ^ Secure the motor unit to the roof substructure with fixing plate b. ^ Replace the roofing.
Installation ^ Connect the control cable plug connectors. ^ Use the extension cable supplied to extend the length of the connection cable if necessary. Equipotential bonding is required if the control cable is to be extended by more than the extension cable supplied (see "Electrical connection").
Installation ABLG 202 Please refer to the operating and installation instructions for the cooker hood before installing the external motor and ducting. ^ When positioning the external motor, you must pay particular attention to the direction of the ducting. ^ Mark the positions for the four motor base plate holes on the installation surface.
C 150 mm ducting. A reducing collar can be used on the suction side if C 125 mm ducting is to be used. This item is available to order from the Miele Spare Parts Dept. ^ Ducting C 150 mm is then connected to the exhaust side.
Installation DDF 125/150 Installation must only be carried out by a qualified competent person. ^ Remove the roofing around the installation area. ^ Bend the flashing upwards. ^ Position the roof vent on the roof with the air outlet directed down the roof. ^ Secure the roof vent to the roof substructure with the fixing plate.
Check that these match the household mains supply. This external motor has been designed to be connected to a Miele cooker hood only and must not be connected to a cooker hood made by another manufacturer.
Connection for air extraction – Ensure that all connections are Important: To avoid the danger of strong and airtight. toxic fumes, please observe the – Where ducting is horizontal, it must Warning and Safety instructions. be laid to slope away at at least 1 cm This is especially crucial when using per metre.
Connection for air extraction Silencer (optional accessory) To achieve even further reductions in noise levels, a special silencer can be fitted in the ducting system. To minimise noise from the motor in the kitchen, the silencer should be positioned in front of the external motor a if possible, or if the ducting is long, then in the ducting above the cooker hood itself b.
In the event of a fault which you cannot correct yourself, or if the appliance is under guarantee, please contact: – Your Miele Dealer – The Miele Service Department (see back cover for address). When contacting your Dealer or the Service Department, please quote the model and serial number of your appliance.