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  • Brand: Beko
  • Product: Exhaust hood
  • Model/name: BCL 90 X
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: Dutch, English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese

Table of Contents

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CAPPA ASPIRANTE - Istruzioni per l’uso
DUNSTABZUGSHAUBE - Gebrauchsanweisung
CAMPANA EXTRACTORA - Manual de utilización
HOTTE DE CUISINE - Notice d’utilisation
COOKER HOOD - User instructions
AFZUIGKAP - Gebruiksaanwijzing
COIFA ASPIRANTE - Manual do usuário
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900 - 1200 - 1500
870 -1170 - 1470
max 90 cm
1° Speed-Black
2° Speed-White
3° Speed-Orange
4° Speed-Grey
Fig.3 Fig.4
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Carefully read the following important information regarding
installation safety and maintenance. Keep this information
booklet accessible for further consultations. The appliance
has been designed for use in the ducting version (air exhaust
to the outside - Fig.1B), filtering version (air circulation on
the inside - Fig.1A).
1.	Take care when the cooker hood is operating simultane-
ously with an open fireplace or burner that depend on the air
in the environment and are supplied by other than electrical
energy, as the cooker hood removes the air from the environ-
ment which a burner or fireplace need for combustion. The
negative pressure in the environment must not exceed 4Pa
for a safe operation of the cooker hood. Follow the local laws
applicable for external air evacuation.
Before connecting the model to the electricity network:
Control the data plate (positioned inside the appliance)
to ascertain that the voltage and power correspond to the
network and the socket is suitable. If in doubt ask a qualified
-	If the power supply cable is damaged, it must be replaced
with another cable or a special assembly, which may be
obtained direct from the manufacturer or from the Technical
Assistance Centre.
This device must be connected to the supply network
through either a plug fused 3A or hardwired to a 2 fase spur
protected by 3A fuse.
2.		Warning!
In certain circumstances electrical appliances may be a
danger hazard.
A)		Do not check the status of the filters while the cooker
hood is operating.
B)		Donottouchbulbsoradjacentareas,duringorstraight
after prolonged use of the lighting installation.
C)		Flambè cooking is prohibited underneath the cooker
D)		Avoid free flame, as it is damaging for the filters and a
fire hazard.
E)		Constantly check food frying to avoid that the over-
heated oil may become a fire hazard.
F)		Disconnecttheelectricalplugpriortoanymaintenance.
G)		Thisapplianceisnotintendedforusebyyoungchildren
or infirm persons without supervision.
H)		Young children should be supervised to ensure they
do not play with the appliance.
I)			There shall be adequate ventilation of the room when
the rangehood is used at the same time as appliances
burning gas or other fuels.
L)		There is a risk of fire if cleaning is not carried out in
accordance with the instructions.
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE). By making
user is helping to prevent potential damage to the environ-
ment or to public health.
The symbol on the product or on the accompanying
paperwork indicates that the appliance should not be
treated as domestic waste, but should be delivered to
point. Follow local guidelines when disposing of waste. For
more information on the treatment, re-use and recycling of
this product, please contact your local authority, domestic
waste collection service or the shop where the appliance was
•		Assemblyandelectricalconnectionsmustbecarriedout
by specialised personnel.
•		Wear protective gloves before proceeding with the
•		Electric Connection:
This is a class I, appliance and must therefore be connected
to an effiecient earthing system.
-	The appliance must be connected to the electricity supply
as follows:
BROWN = L line
BLUE = N neutral
The neutral wire must be connected to the terminal with the
to the terminal by the earth symbol .
sure that the mains socket has an earth connection. After fit-
is in a position where it can be accessed easily. If the appliance
is connected directly to the electricity supply, an omnipolar
switch with a minimum contact opening of 3 mm must be
placed in between the two; its size must be suitable for the
load required and it must comply with current legislation.
•		Ifthehobiselectric,gas,orinduction,theminimumdistance
between the same and the lower part of the hood must be at
least 100 cm. If a connection tube composed of two parts is
used, the upper part must be placed outside the lower part.
Do not connect the cooker hood exhaust to the same con-
ductor used to circulate hot air or for evacuating fumes from
Before proceeding with the assembly operations, remove the
anti-grease filter(s) (Fig.8) so that the unit is easier to handle.
-		Inthecaseofassemblyoftheapplianceinthesuctionversion
prepare the hole for evacuation of the air.
•		We recommend the use of an air exhaust tube which has the
same diameter as the air exhaust outlet hole. If a pipe with
a smaller diameter is used, the efficiency of the product may
be reduced and its operation may become noisier.
•		Use only motors proposed in the original catalogue.
•		Ceiling installation:
-	If you install the unit in its remote engine version, choose
which of the five available air outlets should be used (four
lateral outlets and one superior outlet); remove the metal
blanks with a screwdriver or other suitable tool, and fix the
air outlet flange with the screws as shown in Figure 1C.
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over the hood, remove the metal blank with a screwdriver or
other suitable tool, and tighten the engine group by using
the screws provided (Fig.1B).
Make the hole in the ceiling to accommodate the device
taking into account the dimensions shown in Figure 2.
the unit's weight. If not, prepare a suitable frame to fulfil
such function.
-	Tightenthepowerboxovertheupperpartofthehoodusing
the screws provided (Fig.5).
With a fitting pipe, connect the flange (Fig.1C) to the air
extraction hole.
-	Take the unit and place it inside the hole, just as you did in
the ceiling. Make sure that the brackets are perfectly hooked
-	Tighten the brackets by using the screws inside the hood, as
shown in Figures 6B and 6C.
-	If necessary, there is also the possibility of fixing the device
ter light (if present) (Fig.2A).
-	Open the panel by pressing the point indicated in Fig.7.
For different types of assemblies, use screws and anchors
the product, make sure that they are suitable for the type of
wall to which the hood is fixed.
•		We recommend that the cooker hood is switched on before
any food is cooked.We also recommend that the appliance is
left running for 15 minutes after the food is cooked, in order
to thoroughly eliminate all contaminated air.
The effective performance of the cooker hood depends on
constant maintenance; the anti-grease filter and the active
carbon filter both require special attention.
•		The anti-grease filter is responsible retaining the grease
particles suspended in the air, therefore it is subject to
clogging with variable frequency according to the use of the
-		To prevent the danger of possible fires, at least every 2
months one must wash the anti-grease filters by hand using
non-abrasive neutral liquid detergents or in the dishwasher
at low temperatures and on short cycles.
-		After a few washes, colour alterations may occur. This does
not give the right to claim their replacement.
•		Before remounting the anti-grease filters and the rege-
nerable active charcoal filters itisimportant that they are
completely dry.
•		Clean the hood frequently, both internally and externally,
using a cloth dampened with denatured alcohol or neutral
liquid detergents that are non abrasive.
•		The lighting .system is designed for use during cooking
and not for the prolonged general lighting of the room. The
prolonged use of the lighting system significantly decreases
the average duration of the bulbs.
•		Iftheapplianceisequippedwithcourtesylightsitispossible
of time.
•		Attention: the non compliance with the hood cleaning
warnings and with the replacement and cleaning of the filters
entails risk of fires. One therefore recommends keeping to the
suggested instructions.
•		Replacing halogen light bulbs (Fig.10):
To replace the halogen lamps, B push the watch glass C and
open the flap.
Replace them with a light of the same type.
Attention: do not touch the lights with your hands.
If the appliance version includes LED lamps, the intervention
of a specialised technician is necessary to replace them.
•		Commands (Fig.11):
NOTE: all units’ functions are controlled through a remote
If the remote control stops functioning (because of low bat-
teries, etc.) you can directly use the control inside the unit
Power Button (A) = The on/off button switches on and off
the whole hood (motor and lights).
By pressing the button the motor starts at 1st speed.
Fan Speed button (B) = From the OFF position, press once
for the 1st speed, twice for the 2nd speed and three times for
the 3rd speed. In order to activate the intensive speed, press
the button for 5 seconds regardless of the status of the hood.
For each speed only the led indicating the set speed will turn
on. The intensive speed is indicated by the flashing of the
led indicating speed 3. The duration of the intensive speed
is 10 minutes; after this time the hood goes back to the last
set speed. In order to remove the intensive speed press the
power button and the hood will switch off, or press the Fan
speed button and the speed goes back to the previously set
one. Speed of the hood with cyclic trend.
Lightbutton(C)=There are three light levels: High, medium,
low. From the off position press once for the high level, twice
for the medium level, three times for the low level and four
times to turn the lights off. The level of the lights has a cyclic
trend: High, medium, low, off.
Timer button (D) = With any type of speed (excluding the
intensive speed), by pressing the button, the timer function is
activated for 15 minutes. After this time has elapsed the hood
will turn off (motor and any light on).
the lights are on at any level.
the filters indicator will switch on, not flashing indicating that
(with the hood off), press the Fan speed button for 5 seconds.
the setting of the 30 hours starts again from the beginning.
Clean air indicator (G) = With the hood off, press the Power
button (A) for 5 seconds to activate the clean air function.This
will switch on the motor at speed 1 for 10 minutes every hour.
The light indicator will switch on without flashing and the led
of the 1st speed will switch on. In the remaining 50 minutes
the light indicator will flash. The function can be deactivated
by pressing any button except for the lights one.
•		Commands (Fig.12):
Light button (1):
-	Lights are three level (high, medium, low).
-	From off, touch once for high.
-	From off, touch twice for medium.
-	From off, touch three times for low.
-	From off, touch four times to cycle back to off.
-	Light level will cycle from high, medium, low, off.
Power button (2):
-	Power Button will turn power on and off for the entire hood
(fan and lights).
-	Hood will remember the last speed and light level it was last
turned off at (Example: hood is turned off at when it was last
on high speed and high lights; hood will turn back on at high
speed and high lights when Power Button is pressed).
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Fan Speed button (3):
-	From off, press once for low speed (1), twice for medium (2),
and three times for high (3).
-	Fan should cycle through speeds low (1), medium (2), and
high (3) continuously.
Delay Off button (4):
-	If fan is off, press once and fan will turn on at low speed and
automatically turn off after five (5) minutes.
If the fan is already on (example high speed) the fan will
change to low speed when the Delay Off Button is pressed
and turn off after five minutes.
-	When the Delay Off Function is on, the user can still change
the fan speed by pressing the Fan Speed Button without
interrupting the five minute Delay Off Timer.
-	Delay Off Function can be turned off by pressing Delay Off
Function button or Power Button.
Light indicator (5): Light indicator will turn on when lights
are turned on at any light level.
Delay Off indicator (6):
-	Delay Off Indicator will light up when Delay Off Function is
activated by pressing the Delay Off Button.
-	Delay Off Indicator will turn off after the Delay Off Function
has completed the five minute cycle or if the user presses the
Delay Off Button again or the Power Button (delay off timer
enabled and fan speed changed to 1).
Clean Air indicator (7): Clean Air Indicator is disabled by
default and must be enabled by the user.
-	To enable Clean Air Function:
•		With hood off, hold the Power Button down for five seconds.
low speed for 10 minutes. After 10 minutes the fan will turn
off and the 4 hour timer will begin.
•		Clean Air Indicator will remain on when Clean Air Function
is enabled, even if fan is not on.
-	When Clean Air Function is enabled, every four hours of non
fan usage the fan will automatically turn on at low speed for
10 minutes. After 10 minutes the fan will turn off and the 4
hour timer will reset.
When the Clean Air Function automatically turns the fan
on the Clean Air Indicator will blink and the Low Speed fan
indicator will illuminate.
-	IftheuserchangesthefanspeedwhiletheCleanAirFunction
is operating, the Clean Air Indicator will stop blinking but will
remain illuminated. When the user manually turns the hood
off the 4 hour timer will reset.
-	To disable Clean Air Function:
•		Withhoodoff,holdPowerButtondownforfivesecondsuntil
Clean Air Indicator light turns off.
•		Note 1: Changing the fan speed and interrupting the Clean
Function. Clean Air Function will only be disabled by holding
the Power Button for 5 seconds.
•		Note 2: Turning lights on/off does not disable the Clean
Air Function (*clean air function enabled with low fan speed
turned on by clean air function).
Fan Speed indicator (8):
		= Low
	= Medium
		= High
-	On speed low, only number 1 indicator will be on.
-	On speed medium, 1 and 2 indicator will be on.
-	On speed high, 1, 2 and 3 indicators will be on.
-	When fan off, no fan speed indicator will be on.
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