Beko BNO 61 I manual

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  • Brand: Beko
  • Product: Exhaust hood
  • Model/name: BNO 61 I
  • Filetype: PDF
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Table of Contents

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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) or with external motor (Fig.1C).
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
(4x10-5 bar). Provide adequate ventilation in the environment
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
-	Ifthepowersupplycableisdamaged,itmustbereplacedwith
another cable or a special assembly, which may be obtained
direct from the manufacturer or from theTechnical Assistance
-	Thisdevicemustbeconnectedtothesupplynetworkthrough
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)		Youngchildrenshouldbesupervisedtoensuretheydo
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.
•		Wearprotectiveglovesbeforeproceedingwiththeinstal-
•		Electric Connection:
-	The appliance has been manufactured as a class II, therefore
no earth cable is necessary. The plug must be easily acces-
sible after the installation of the appliance. If the appliance
is equipped with power cord without plug, a suitably di-
mensioned omnipolar switch with 3 mm minimum opening
between contacts must be fitted between the appliance and
the electricity supply in compliance with the load and current
-	The connection to the mains is carried out as follows:
BROWN = L line
BLUE = N neutral.
•		If the hob is electric, gas, or induction, the minimum distance
between the same and the lower part of the hood must be at
least 65 cm. If a connection tube composed of two parts is
not connect the cooker hood exhaust to the same conductor
used to circulate hot air or for evacuating fumes from other
appliances generated by other than an electrical source.
-		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.
•		Warning: if the bulbs are not working, ensure that they are
screwed in fully.
•		Installation:
Prior to proceeding with the assembly operations (according
to the model that you have purchased), to facilitate handling
of the device, remove the grille as indicated in figure 8 or the
aluminium panels as indicated in figure 9.
•		The appliance is equipped with 2 air outlets, to be used in
accordance with your specific requirements: one is located
on the upper part of the appliance and the other at the rear
(Fig.1B). The flange D, to which the air exhaust pipe is con-
nected, and a plug B, used to shut off the unused air outlet,
are both supplied with the product.
•		This device may be installed in two different ways:
1.	Fixing the hood to the lower part of the wall cabinet
-	Make4holesinthewallcabinetrespectingthemeasurements
indicated in figures 2A-2C.
-	Position the hood underneath the wall cabinet and fix it into
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place using 4 screws (not supplied) suitable for the type of
2.	Fixing the hood to the wall (Fig.2):
-	Make4holesinthewallcabinetrespectingthemeasurements
indicated in figures 2A-2B.
-	Hang the hood on the wall, using the 2 holes H, align it in a
horizontal position and fix it definitively to the wall using the
two lower safety holes I (Fig.2B).
For the various installations use screws and screw anchors
suited to the type of wall (e.g. reinforced concrete, plaster-
board, etc.). If the screws and screw anchors are provided with
the product, check that they are suitable for the type of wall
on which the hood is to be fixed.
•		Mounting decorative ducts (optional):
-	This hood model may have decorative ducts as optional ac-
cessories - ask your retailer for information.
-	Provide the electrical power supply within the space of the
decorative duct.
-	If your appliance must be installed as an extractor version or
as a version with an external motor, make sure an air exhaust
hole is prepared (Fig.1B - Fig.1C).
-	Adjust the width of the upper duct support bracket (Fig.4).
Then fix it to the wall so that it is on the same axis as the hood
using screws A (Fig.4) and adhering to the distance from the
ceiling shown in (Fig.2B). Connect the flexible hose (not sup-
plied) to the flange D (Fig.1B).
Put the upper connector F into the lower connector G and
hang the decorative ducts on the wall, as indicated in figure 5.
-	Connect the flexible hose to the air exhaust hole made previ-
ously (only in the extraction or external motor version).
-	Pull out the top connector F as far as the bracket and fix it
using screws C (Fig.4).
When carrying out the fixing procedures, use only screws
and screw anchors which are suited to the type of wall (e.g.
reinforced concrete, plasterboard etc.).
If the screws and screw anchors are supplied with the ap-
pliance, make sure that they are suited to the type of wall to
which the hood must be fixed.
•		The hood is already prepared for the version with which it
was ordered. The versions may be:
-	Extraction (Fig.1B-6).
-	Filter (Fig.1A-7-11).
-	If the hood is an extractor model, the lever C must be posi-
tioned as indicated in figure 6.
-	If the hood is a filter model, the lever C must be positioned
as indicated in figure 7.
•		Extractor version:
The appliance expels the fumes through an outside wall or
a duct. It is necessary to buy a telescopic pipe in accordance
with the standards in use (inflammable) and connect it to
flange D (Fig.1B). The flange D is supplied with the product
and should be fixed above the air outlet hole of the hood as
indicated in figure 6.
•		Filtering version:
To transform an extractor hood version into a filter hood ver-
sion, contact your appliance dealer and ask for active charcoal
filters. The filters should be fitted to the extraction assembly
inside the hood, by centring them and rotating them 90
degrees, until they click into place (Fig.11). To do this, remove
the grille D or the panels G (Fig.8 - Fig.9). Close the air outlet
opening with the plug B, as indicated in figure 7.
•		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 main-
tenance; the anti-grease filter and the active carbon filter both
require special attention.
•		The anti-grease filter is responsible retaining the grease
with variable frequency according to the use of the appliance.
-		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.
-		In the event that acrylic anti-grease filters are used, hand-
wash every 2 months, using neutral non-abrasive liquid
detergents and replace them after every 6 washes.
-		After a few washes, colour alterations may occur. This does
not give the right to claim their replacement.
•		The active carbon filters are used to purify the air that is
sent back into the room and its function is to mitigate the
unpleasant odours produced by cooking.
-		The non-regenerable active carbon filters must be replaced
at least every 4 months. The saturation of the active charcoal
depends on the more or less prolonged use of the appliance,
on the type of kitchen and on the frequency with which anti-
grease filter is cleaned.
•		Beforeremountingtheanti-greasefiltersandtheregen-
erable active charcoal filters it is important that they are
completely dry.
•		Cleanthehoodfrequently,bothinternallyandexternally,
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.
•		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 the aluminium panels:
To replace the aluminium panels, simply pull handle A as
shown in Fig.9.
•		Replacing the acrylic or metal panels:
To replace the acrylic or metal panels you need to first remove
the grille D by pushing the two side buttons B inwards as
indicated in figure 8. Remove the two filter clips B (Fig.10) and
the acrylic or metal panel C. To reassemble the part, simply
perform the procedure in reverse.
•		Replacing the halogen/incandescent lamps (Fig.3):
Only use lamps of the same type and Wattage installed on
the device.

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