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KitchenAid Pro Line Series Installation And Use Instructions Manual page 7

30", 46", 42", 48" wall-mount range hood
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if chimney extension is
used: Attach the extension brackets
as shown.
105/8"
ceiling
(27 cm}
/
84/8"
_1_
_
8ol/8"
(20 6 cm}
//
I
{20.6
cm}
23" (58.4 c_} max,
12"" {30.5 cm) min.
top of hood
Make sure that the screws are
secureiv fastened to the wall.
Excessive
Weight Hazard
Use two or more people to move
and install range hood.
Failure to do so can result in
back or other injury.
m if roof or wail cap does not
have a damper, attach damper to
exhaust opening(s) on top of the
hood using two PhiUUips-head
screws.
lore
if 48" (121.9 cm) hood is to
be connected to 10" (25.4 cm) round
vent system, install the vent
transition
piece now'.
2
m The brackets are also used
to adjust the level of the canopy.
Using a Phillips screwdriver,
rotate
the screw V2 to adjust the level of
the canopy.
13m
Connect vent system to
hood. Seal all joints with duct tape.
14m
if your installation
uses the
optional
vent cover, fit the cover
flanges over the brackets, if
installation
uses the chimney
extension,
fit the extension
over the
brackets. Install the upper section
first, then fit the lower section over
the upper section. Seal extension
to
hood with duct tape.
Determine and make all
necessary cuts in the wall for the
vent system. Install the vent system
before the canopy hood. See venting
methods on Page 4, and hood vent
opening dimensions on Page 6.
7_
Determine
the required height
for the power supply cable and cut
a 1-1/4" (3.2 cm) hob at this
location.
Run wire through
hole
according
the National
Electrical
Code or CSA Standards
and local
codes and ordinances.There
must
be enough power supply cable
from the fused disconnect
(or
circuit breaker) box to make the
connection
in the hood's electrical
box.
Use caulking to seal all openings.
Do Not turn on power until
installation is completed.
8m
Remove the terminal
box
cover from the canopy hood.
Remove the power supply cable
knockout
using a flat-blade
screwdriver.
Attach conduit
connector
into power supply cable
opening
so that conduit connector
clamping
screws are inside of
canopy hood.
bracket
waU
hood
mounting
screw
30" (76.2 cm} hood has two brackets
36" (91.4 cm) hood has two brackets
42" (106,7 cm) hood has four brackets
48" (t21.9 cm) hood has four brackets
11m
The hood attaches to the
wall by screws discussed earlier in
the installation
instructions
at
Step 5.The hood hangs from these
screws by brackets inside the
range hood. Before attempting
to
hang the hood, use a Phillips
screwdriver
to rotate the
adjustment
screw marked Vl
counterclockwise
to extend the
brackets from the canopy.
Hang the range hood by inserting
the brackets into the mounting
screws as shown. Note: These
screw's must be installed into solid
wood to support the weight of the
hood as described in Step 5. Rotate
the screws marked V1 to tighten
the range hood against the wail.
Make sure that the range hood is
securemy tightened
against the
wail.
Electrical 8hock Hazard
Disconnect
power before making
electrical connections.
Connect ground wire to green
ground screw in terminal box.
Failure to do so can resutt in
death or electrical shock.
5
m Make electrical connection:
E3
E3
E3
E3
E3
Connect the power supply cable
to hood terminal
box through
the U.L.- or C.S.A.qisted
conduit
connector.
Connect the white wire of the
power supply cable with the
white lead in the hood using a
twist-on
connector;
connect the
black wire of the power supply
cable with the black lead in the
hood using a twist-on
connector.
Connect the power supply green
ground wire under the green,
ground
screw.
Tighten conduit connector
screws.
Replace the terminal
box cover.

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