INSTALLING THE HOOD
Do not reconnect power until the installation is
Before starting the installation, remove the
grease filter, left and right side panels
Complete installation to reinstall the side panels.
Remove the screw from the
terminal box cover.
Remove terminal box cover
and set aside.
A. Terminal box cover
Remove the power supply knockout from the top
or rear of the vent hood (depending on the incoming
location of your home power supply cable) and
install a UL listed or CSA approved ½" strain relief.
A. Power supply
Using 2 or more people, lift the hood into final position.
Feed enough electrical wire through the ½" UL listed
or CSA approved strain relief to make connections in
the terminal box. Tighten the strain relief screws.
Position the range hood so that the large end of
the keyhole slots are over the mounting screws.
Then push the hood toward the wall so that the screws
are in the neck of the slots. Tighten the mounting screws,
making sure the screws are in the narrow neck of slots.
Connect ventwork to hood. Seal joints with vent
clamps or duct tape to make secure and airtight.
Check that back draft dampers work properly.
MAKE ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
1. Disconnect power.
2. Use UL listed wire connectors and connect white wires
3. Use UL listed wire connectors and connect black wires
Electrically ground the blower. Use copper wire.
Connect ground wire to green ground screw in
terminal box. Failure to do so can result in death,
fire, or electrical shock.
4. Connect green (or bare) ground wire from power supply
to green ground screw in terminal box and securely tighten.
5. Install terminal box cover.
Install the 50W maximum halogen light bulb. See
"Replacing the halogen lamp" in the "Range Hood
7. Reconnect power.
Replace the two bottom panels.
Replace grease filter if removed. See the "Range Hood
Check the operation of the range hood fan and light.
See "Range Hood Use" section.
If range hood does not operate, check to see whether a
circuit breaker has tripped or a household fuse has blown.
Disconnect power and check wiring connections.
To get the most efficient use from your new
range hood, read the "Range Hood Use" section.
B. Black wires
C. UL listed wire connector
D. Green (or bare) ground wire
E. Home power supply cable
F. UL listed or CSA approved
½" strain relief
G. Green ground screw