INSTALL THE DUCTWORK
(This section for F30WV hoods only. F24WR and
skip this section and go on to "Install
plans made on Page 2. Start at
the exterior and run ductwork
back to the range hood.
For best possible performance,
use the shortest
run and a minimum
number of elbows.
Do not vent a range
hood into an attic space. A buildup of grease in the attic could
become a fire hazard.
Use only metal ductwork.
DO NOT USE PLASTIC
semble duct run securely so that in case of a grease fire on the
range, the fire will be contained
inside metal ductwork.
Tape all duct connections.
1. Follow appropriate directions below for type of duct run you install.
Wall Cap Discharge;
(FIG. 7) Use saber saw or keyhole saw to
cut hole slightly larger than duct size used so that duct will line
up easily with damper/duct conector on hood. Install casing strips
if cap will be installed on siding. Attach required amount of duct
to wall cap and run duct back to hood. Fasten cap to wall and
b.) Roof Cap Discharge;
(FIG. 8) Cut a hole in roof slightly larger
than duct size being used. Run ductwork down to hood location.
Leave 3/4" of duct projecting above roof surface on high side.
Trim duct parallel to roof pitch and seal all around duct with roof
Carefully trim shingles and slide back of roof sheet under shingles.
Nail roof sheet to roof under shingles at top two corners and two
sides. Nail sheet directly to roof in four places at bottom.
Using roof cement, seal all nail heads and shingles which were cut or
lifted. Do not seal bottom edge of roof sheet.
INSTALL RANGE HOOD
I TURN OFF THE PROPER CIRCUIT AT THE SERVICE ENTRANCE
BEFORE WIRING THIS RANGE HOOD.
1. Run electric wiring through hole drilled in wall or cabinet. Split wir-
ing for 6" and install proper connector for type of wire used. (FIG. 9)
2. Position hood so that:
is routed through
b.) Large part of keyhole slots fit over hood mounting screws.
slides into ductwork.
(F30WV hoods only)
3. Adjust hood so that hood front is flush with cabinet frame.
4. Tighten hood mounting screws firmly.
5. Fasten wiring to hood with proper electrical
connector for type of
wire being used.
MUST BE IN ACCORDANCE
WITH LOCAL CODES, ORDINANCES, OR NATIONAL ELECTRICAL
CODE. IF YOU ARE UNFAMILIAR WITH METHODS OF INSTALL-
ING ELECTRICAL WIRING, SECURE THE SERVICES OF A QUALI-
6. Strip 1/2" of insulation from wires. Connect white to white, black to
black, and green to prepared
hole with green ground screw pro-
vided. (FIG. 11)
7. Replace wiring box cover and screw. Make sure that all wiring is
safely contained inside.
8. Insta!l light (75 Watt maximum). For easier installation, squeeze plas-
tic lens and remove it from hood. Remember to reinstall lens. (FIG.12)
9. Turn on power and check operation of fan and light. Make sure that
damper operates freely.
*'10-15/16" FOR24" RANGEHOOD,13-15/16"FOR 30" RANGEHOOD
F24WR,F30WR & F30WV