Operating and installation instructions External motors AWG 102 MG 100 DDG 102 ABLG 200 Roof vent kit DDF 125/150 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.
Caring for the environment Disposal of the packing material Disposal of your old appliance The transport and protective packing Old appliances contain materials which has been selected from materials which can be reclaimed or recycled. Please are environmentally friendly for disposal contact your dealer, your local waste and can normally be recycled.
Warning and Safety instructions Technical safety This appliance conforms to current Before connecting the appliance to safety requirements. Inappropriate the mains supply, make sure that use can, however, lead to personal the voltage and frequency details given injury and damage to property. on the data plate correspond with the on-site electricity supply, otherwise the Before installation and before using...
All ducting, pipework and fittings must be of non-flammable material. These can be obtained from the Miele Spare Parts department or from builders' merchants. The appliance must not be connected to a chimney or vent flue which is in use.
Warning and Safety instructions Disposal of your old appliance When using the cooker hood at the same time as another heating Before discarding an old appliance which depends on the air in appliance, switch off and the room, (e.g. gas, oil or coal fired disconnect the control cable from the heaters, continuous flow or other water cooker hood.
This external motor has been designed Check that these match the household to be connected to a Miele cooker hood mains supply. only and must not be connected to a cooker hood made by another manufacturer.
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 a Equipotential bonding The MG 100 motor is designed for installation inside an external wall. *extends from 280 – 390 mm ^ Make a hole 280 mm wide x 240 mm The external motor is connected to the cooker hood by means of a control deep through the 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 This motor is designed to be installed on angled tiled, pantiled, slate or shingle roofs; the slope of the roof must be at least 10°. Consult a roof tiler for advice regarding other types of roofing. This motor is not suitable for installation on flat roofs.
Installation The ducting stub on the motor unit has a diameter of 125 mm when the appliance is supplied. ^ Connect the control cable plug connectors. ^ Use the extension cable supplied to ^ If a diameter of 150 mm is required, extend the length of the connection the front ring of the stub must be cut cable, if necessary.
Installation ABLG 200 ^ When positioning the external motor, The ABLG 200 external motor is you must pay particular attention to designed for installation in an internal the direction of the ducting. ceiling space, e.g. loft. ^ Mark the positions for the four motor ^ It can installed in a vertical or base plate holes on the installation horizontal position.
Installation ^ The ducting stub on the motor unit ^ Connect the control cable plug has a diameter of 125 mm when the connectors. appliance is supplied. ^ Use the extension cable supplied to If a diameter of 150 mm is required, extend the length of the connection the front ring of the stub must be cut cable, if necessary.
^ If the exhaust air is to be ducted into the open air, a telescopic wall vent kit can be used. This is available to order as an optional accessory from your dealer or the Miele Spare Parts Dept.
Installation ^ Replace the roofing. Press down on DDF 125/150 the flashing to ensure that it creates a proper seal. The flashing should be fitted under the roofing at the top and above the roofing at the sides and the bottom. The vent kit stub has a diameter of 125 mm when the appliance is supplied.
Extraction ducting – Where ducting is horizontal, it must Danger of toxic fumes. be laid to slope away at at least 1 cm per metre. Please heed the "Warning and Safety This is to ensure that condensate instructions" to avoid the danger of cannot drain back into the cooker toxic fumes.
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