The fan and light are each controlled by a rocker switch. The light
switch has two positions,
"ON" AND "OFF". The fan switch has
three positions - "HIGH", "LOW" and "OFF". ("OFF" is the middle
Remove aluminum filter by turning filter retainer to one side. (FIG.
13) Filter should be washed
once a month in a hot detergent
solution. Aluminum filters are dishwasher safe. when installing filter,
make sure that filter slides under retaining tabs on back of fan
housing. Turn filter retainer so that arrows on retainer point toward
front and back of hood.
SERVICING RANGE HOOD.
Remove filter. Remove two screws holding motor bracket to range
hood, and unplug fan assembly. Be careful not to allow fan assembly
to drop when screws are removed. (FIG. 15)
Clean your hood with a mild detergent suitable for painted surfaces.
DO NOT USE ABRASIVE
may be vacuumed.
lubricated, and never needs oiling.
hoods are equipped with a
ductfree filter. Remove filter by turning filter retainer to one side.
(FIG. 13). The ductfree filter is not washable, and will last up to
twelve months with normal use. Replace the filter when colored
side becomes noticeably dirty or discolored.
filter, make sure that filter slides under retaining
tabs on back of fan housing. MAKE SURE THAT COLORED SIDE
OF FILTER IS NEXT TO FAN WHEN FILTER IS INSTALLED. Turn
filter retainer so that arrows on retainer point toward front and back
HOW TO AVOID A COMMON
= Your range hood provides a protective barrier between the
cooking surface and the cabinets.
= Keep fan, filters and grease laden surfaces CLEAN according
= Always turn hood ON when cooking at high heat to keep the
cooking area and the hood cooler.
Use high heat settings only when necessary.
Never leave cooking surface unattended.
smoking and greasy spillovers that may ignite.
Always use adequate-sized
If preparing flaming foods, such as Cherries Jubliee, always
turn hood ON to HIGH to prevent a high heat situation which
can cause damage or fire.
HOW TO EXTINGUISH
A COMMON RANGE-TOP
= Never pick up a flaming pan. If dropped flames can spread
= DO NOT USE WATER! A violent stream explosion may result.
Wet dishcloths or towels are also dangerous.
= Smother flames with a close fitting lid, cookie sheet or metal
= Flaming grease can also be a extinguished
with baking soda
dry chemical extinguisher.
= Turn off surface units - if you can do so without getting burned.