DeLonghi DL C I 88.9 manual

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  • Brand: DeLonghi
  • Product: Exhaust hood
  • Model/name: DL C I 88.9
  • 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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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.
•		Wear protective gloves before proceeding with the
•		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.
•		Ifthehobiselectric,gas,orinduction,theminimumdistance
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
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
other appliances generated by other than an electrical source.
Before proceeding with the assembly operations, remove the
anti-grease filter(s) (Fig.5) 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.
•		If your appliance has been designed for use in habitations
supplied with acentralised suction device perform the fol-
lowing operations:
The switch controls opening and closure of a valve using
a thermoelectical device. By placing the switch in the ON
position, after a minute, the valve opens rotating 90° allowing
suction of the stale air. By placing the switch in the OFF posi-
tion, the valve closes after 100 seconds.
•		Fixing to the wall:
Drill the holes A respecting the distances indicated (Fig.2). Fix
the appliance to the wall and align it in horizontal position
to the wall units. When the appliance has been adjusted,
definitely fix the hood using the screws A (Fig.4). For the
various installations use screws and screw anchors suited to
the type of wall (e.g. reinforced concrete, plasterboard, 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.
•		Fixing the decorative telescopic flue:
Arrange the electrical power supply within the dimensions of
the decorative flue. If your appliance is to be installed in the
ducting version or in the version with external motor, prepare
the air exhaust opening. Adjust the width of the support bra-
cket of the upper flue (Fig.3).Then fix it to the ceiling using the
screws A (Fig.3) in such a way that it is in line with your hood
and respecting the distance from the ceiling indicated in Fig.2.
pipe (Fig.4). Insert the upper flue into the lower flue and rest
above the frame. Extract the upper flue up to the bracket and
fix it with the screws B (Fig.3). To transform the hood from a
ducting version into a filtering version, ask your dealer for the
charcoal filters and follow the installation instructions.
•		Filtering version:
Install the hood and the two flues as described in the pa-
ragraph for installation of the hood in ducting version. To
assemble the filtering flue refer to the instructions contained
in the kit. If the kit is not provided, order it from your dealer
as accessory. The filters must be applied to the suction unit
positioned inside the hood. They must be centred by turning
them 90 degrees until the stop catch is tripped (Fig.6).
•		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.
-		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.
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-		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.
-		Regenerable active charcoal filters must be washed by hand,
with non abrasive neutral detergents, or in the dishwasher at
a maximum temperature of 65°C (the washing cycle must be
complete without dishware). Remove excess water without
damaging the filter, remove the plastic parts, and let the
mat dry in the oven for at least 15 minutes approximately at
a maximum temperature of 100°C. To keep the regenerable
charcoal filter functioning efficient this operation must be
repeated every 2 months. These must be replaced at least
every 3 years or when the mat is damaged.
•		Before remounting the anti-grease filters and the rege-
nerable 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.
•		If the appliance is equipped with courtesy lights it is possible
to use them for general room lighting for a prolonged amount
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.7A):
To replace the halogen light bulbs B, remove the glass pane
with new ones of the same type. Caution: do not touch the
light bulb with bare hands.
•		Replacing LED lamps (Fig.7B):
If the appliance version is with LED lamps, the intervention of
a specialised technician is necessary to replace them.
•		Replacing the halogen/incandescent lamps (Fig.8):
Only use lamps of the same type and Wattage installed on
the device.
•		Commandsluminous(Fig.9)thekeysymbolsareexplained
F		= AUTOMATIC STOP TIMER - 15 minutes (*)
If your appliance has the INTENSIVE speed function, from
speed THREE, press key E for 2 seconds and it will be activa-
ted for 10 minutes after which it will return to the previously
set speed. When the function is active the LED flashes. To
interrupt it before the 10 minutes have elapsed, press key E
again. Some models allow activating this function even with
speed one and two.
Bypressingkey Ffortwoseconds(withthehoodswitchedoff)
the“cleanair”function is activated.This function switches the
appliance on for ten minutes every hour at the first speed. As
soon as this function is activated the motor starts up at the
first speed for ten minutes. During this time key F and key
C must flash at the same time. After ten minutes the motor
switches off and the LED of key F remains switched on with
a fixed light until the motor starts up again at the first speed
after fifty minutes and keys F and C start to flash again for ten
minutes and so on. By pressing any key for the exclusion of
the hood light the hood will return immediately to its normal
functioning (e.g. if key D is pressed the“clean air”function is
deactivated and the motor moves to the 2nd speed straight
away. By pressing key B the function is deactivated).
(*) The “AUTOMATIC STOP TIMER” delays stopping of the
hood, which will continue functioning for 15 minutes at the
operating speed set at the time this function is activated.
•		Anti-grease/active charcoal filters saturation:
-	When the A key flashes with a 2 second frequency the anti-
grease filters must be washed.
-	When the A key flashes with a 0.5 second frequency the
active carbon filters must be replaced or washed depending
on the type of filter.
Once the clean filter has been put back one must reset the
electronic memory by pressing the A key for approximately 5
seconds until it stops flashing.
•		Commands slider (Fig.10) the key symbols are explained
A				= Light switch
A1	= Off key
A2	= On key
B				= Gemma warning light key
C				= Speed control
C1		= Off key
C4		= THIRD SPEED key.
•		Mechanical controls (Fig.11) the symbols are as follows:
If the hood is shut off at first, second or third speed, when
it is turned back on, it will start at the same speed it was in
when switched off.
•		Commands mechanical (Fig.12.A.B.C) the key symbols are
explained below:
G	= MOTOR WORKING indicator.
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