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  • Brand: Siemens
  • Product: Exhaust hood
  • Model/name: LI44930
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: Dutch, English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese

Table of Contents

Page: 15
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Operating modes
This can be achieved if the combustion air
is able to flow through non-lockable
openings, e.g. in doors, windows and in
conjunction with an air supply/air-intake wall
box or by other technical procedures such
as reciprocal interlocking.
If the air intake is inadequate, there is a
risk of poisoning from combustion gases
which are drawn back into the room.
An air-intake/exhaust-air wall box by itself is
no guarantee that the limiting value will not
be exceeded.
Note: When assessing the overall
requirement, the combined ventilation
system for the entire household must be
taken into consideration. This rule does not
apply to the use of cooking appliances,
such as hobs and ovens.
Unrestricted operation is possible if the
extractor hood is used in recirculating mode
– with activated carbon filter.
Circulating-air mode:
❑ An activated carbon filter must be fitted
for this operating mode (see Filters and
maintenance).
The complete installation set and
replacement filters can be obtained from
specialist outlets.
The corresponding accessory numbers
can be found at the end of these
operating instructions.
❑ The extractor-hood fan extracts the
kitchen vapours which are purified in the
grease filter and activated carbon filter
and then conveyed back into the
kitchen.
❑ The grease filter absorbs the grease
particles in the kitchen vapours.
❑ The activated carbon filter binds the
odorous substances.
 If no activated carbon filter is installed,
it is not possible to bind the odorous
substances in the cooking vapours.
Light / fan switches Filter drawer
Description of appliance
Operating instructions:
Operating modes
Exhaust-air mode:
❑ The extractor-hood fan extracts the
kitchen vapours and conveys them
through the grease filter into the
atmosphere.
❑ The grease filter absorbs the solid
particles in the kitchen vapours.
❑ The kitchen is kept almost free of grease
and odours.
D If the extractor hood is operated in
exhaust-air mode at the same time as a
flue-type heater (e.g. gas, oil or solid-fuel
heater, instantaneous water heater, boiler),
ensure that there is an adequate air
supply which the heater requires for
combustion.
Safe operation is possible provided that the
partial vacuum in the room in which the
heater is installed does not exceed 4 Pa
(0.04 mbar).
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17
Before using for the first time
Important notes:
❑ The Instructions for Use apply to several
versions of this appliance. Accordingly,
you may find descriptions of individual
features that do not apply to your
specific appliance.
❑ This extractor hood complies with all
relevant safety regulations.
Repairs should be carried out by
qualified technicians only.
Improper repairs may put the user at
considerable risk.
Do not flambé food directly under the
extractor hood.
Risk of grease filter catching fire due
! to flames.
 Restrictions apply to the use of the
extractor hood over a solid-fuel burner
(coal, wood, etc.). (See Installation
instructions).
Gas hobs / gas cookers
 Always use gas hobs in a proper and
safe manner.
Important:
The flames from the gas hob must always
be covered by pots or pans.
The intense heat generated by the gas
flames could cause damage to the
! extractor hood.
❑ Before using your appliance for the first
time, please read these Instructions for
Use carefully. They contain important
information concerning your personal
safety as well as on use and care of the
appliance.
❑ Please retain the operating and
installation instructions for a subsequent
owner.
 Do not use the appliance if damaged.
 The appliance is not intended for use
by young children or infirmed persons
without supervision.
Young children should be supervised to
ensure they do not play with the appliance.
If the connecting cable for this
appliance is damaged, the cable must be
replaced by the manufacturer or his
customer service or a similarly qualified
person in order to prevent serious injury to
the user.
 The appliance may be connected to
the mains by a qualified technician only.
 Dispose of packaging materials
properly (see Installation instructions).
 Light bulbs must always be fitted when
the extractor hood is in use.
 Defective bulbs should be replaced
immediately to prevent the remaining bulbs
from overloading.
 Never operate the extractor hood
without a grease filter.
 Overheated fat or oil can easily catch
fire.
If you are cooking with fat or oil, e.g. chips,
etc., never leave the cooker unattended.
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18
Operating the extractor hood
 Cooking vapours are best eliminated
by:
❑ Switching on the extractor hood when
you start cooking.
❑ Only switching off the extractor hood
a few minutes after you have finished
cooking.
Fan on / off
Light
on / off
Intensive setting
Fan settings
Fan on / off
Intensive setting Reset button with
saturation display
for grease filter
Fan settings
Light
on / off
Switching off:
The extractor hood can be switched off in
various ways.
Switch-off 1:
❑ Sliding switch to 0 – switch off fans.
Switch-off 2:
❑ Push in filter drawer to stop. (Sliding
switch remains as selected).
❑ To switch on the extractor again, just
pull out the filter unit.
The extractor hood will start at the most
recent fan setting.
Light:
The light can be switched on at any time
even when the appliance is off or the filter
drawer is inserted.
Switching on:
❑ Take hold of filter drawer handle and pull
out the drawer.
❑ Select the required fan setting.
Faults
If you have any queries or the appliance is
faulty, please call customer service
(see list of customer service units).
Please give the following details when you
call:
Product no. (E-Nr.) Serial no. (FD)
Enter the numbers in the above box. The
numbers can be found on the rating plate
inside the extractor hood following removal
of the filter screen.
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19
Removing and inserting the metal-mesh
grease filters:
Warning: The halogen bulbs must be
switched off and cool.
1. Pull the filter drawer all the way out.
2. Depress the catches at the rear of the
grease filter and remove the grease filter.
4. Clean the filters.
5. Insert the clean filters back into the hood.
6. Cancel the % in the display.
❑ Press the % button.
3. Depress both catches at the front of the
grease filter and remove the grease filter.
Filters and maintenance
Grease filters:
Metal-mesh filters are used to trap the
grease particles in the cooking vapours.
The filter mats are made from non-
combustible metal.
Caution:
As the filter becomes more and more satu-
rated with grease, there is an increased risk
of fire and the function of the extractor
hood may be impaired.
Important:
❑ Clean the metal-mesh grease filters at
regular intervals to prevent the risk of fire
from the accumulation of heat when
deep-fat frying or roasting.
❑ If used in normal mode (daily 1 to 2
hours), the metal-mesh grease filter must
be cleaned 1x a month.
Saturation indicator: %
When the grease filter is saturated, the
indicator starts flashing.
You should now change the grease filter if
you have not already done so.
❑ Ensure that the grease filters are cleaned
at regular intervals (approx. 1 month).
Cleaning the metal-mesh grease filters:
❑ The filters can be cleaned in a
dishwasher. However, they may become
slightly discoloured.
Important:
Do not wash highly saturated metal-
mesh grease filters with other utensils.
❑ If cleaning the filters by hand, soak them in
a hot soap solution. Then brush the filters,
rinse thoroughly and leave to drain.
 Clean the support frame for the grease
filters by hand.
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3. Engage the catches at both sides.
4. Insert the metal-mesh grease filters (see
”Removing and inserting the metal-mesh
grease filters”).
Removing the filter:
Warning: The halogen bulbs must be
switched off and cool.
1. Remove the metal-mesh filters.
2. Depress the catches on both sides of
the filter and remove the activated
carbon filter.
3. Replacing the activated carbon filter:
❑ A replacement filter can be obtained
from any authorized dealer
(see optional accessories).
❑ Use original filters only.
This will ensure maximum
performance.
4. Insert the grease filters.
Disposing of the old activated carbon
filter:
❑ Activated carbon filters do not contain
any pollutants and can be disposed of
with domestic refuse.
Filters and maintenance
Activated carbon filter:
For neutralizing odours in recirculating
mode.
Caution:
As the filter becomes more and more
saturated with grease, there is an increased
risk of fire and the function of the extractor
hood may be impaired.
Important:
Change the activated carbon filter promptly
to prevent the risk of fire from the
accumulation of heat when deep-fat frying
or roasting.
Inserting the filter:
Warning: The halogen bulbs must be
switched off and cool.
1. Remove the metal-mesh filters
(see "Removing and inserting the metal-
mesh grease filters").
2. Insert the activated carbon filter.
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21
Cleaning and care
Isolate the extractor hood by pulling out
the mains plug or switching off the fuse.
❑ When cleaning the grease filters, remove
grease deposits from accessible parts of
the housing. This prevents the risk of fire
and ensures that the extractor hood
continues operating at maximum
efficiency.
❑ Clean the extractor hood with a hot soap
solution or a mild window cleaner.
❑ Do not scrape off dried-on dirt but wipe
off with a damp cloth.
❑ Do not use scouring agents or abrasive
sponges.
❑ Note: Do not use alcohol (spirit) on
plastic surfaces, as dull marks may
appear.
Caution: Ensure that the kitchen is ade-
quately ventilated. Avoid naked flames!
 Clean the operating buttons with a mild
soapy solution and a soft, damp cloth only.
Do not use stainless-steel cleaner to clean
the operating buttons.
Stainless steel surfaces:
❑ Use a mild non-abrasive stainless steel
cleaner.
❑ Clean the surface in the same direction
as it has been ground and polished.
 Do not use any of the following to clean
stainless steel surfaces: abrasive sponges,
cleaning agents containing sand, soda, acid
or chloride!
Aluminium and plastic surfaces:
❑ Use a soft, non-linting window cloth or
micro-fibre cloth.
❑ Do not use dry cloths.
❑ Use a mild window cleaning agent.
❑ Do not use aggressive, acidic or caustic
cleaners.
❑ Do not use abrasive agents.
4. Re-insert the bulb ring.
5. Restore the power by inserting the mains
plug or switching on the fuse.
Note: If the light does not function, check
that the bulbs have been inserted correctly.
Replacing the light bulbs
1. Switch off the extractor hood and pull
out the mains plug or switch off the
electricity supply at the fuse box.
 When switched on, the halogen bulbs
become very hot. Even for some time after
the bulbs have been switched off there is
still a risk of burns.
2. Remove the bulb ring with a screwdriver
or similar tool.
3. Replace the halogen light bulb
(conventional halogen bulb, 12 Volt,
max. 20 Watt, G4 bulbholder).
Caution: Plug-in bulbholder.
Take hold of the bulb with a clean cloth.
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Important information
Installation Instructions:
The installation of the extractor hood
above gas cooking devices, at a
minimum height of 650 mm – Fig. 1 – is
permitted provided that the following
nominal heat loads (Hs) are not exceeded:
❑ Gas cookers
Load of one hotplate max. 03.0 kW
Load of all hotplates max. 08.3 kW
Load of the oven max. 03.9 kW
❑ Gas hobs
Load of one hotplate max. 03.9 kW
Load of all hotplates max. 11.3 kW
❑ Gas ceramic hotplate
The nominal heat load specifications do
not apply to closed gas ceramic hobs.
Always observe the specifications of the
hob manufacturer.
❑ Solid-fuel cookers
The maximum nominal heat loads and
the minimum distance are the same as
for gas cookers.
The extractor hood must not be
installed over a solid fuel cooker – a
potential fire hazard (e.g. flying sparks) –
unless the cooker features a closed,
non-removable cover and all national
regulations are observed.
The smaller the gap between the
extractor hood and hotplates, the greater
the likelihood that droplets will form on the
underside of the extractor hood.
Old appliances are not worthless
rubbish. Valuable raw materials can be
reclaimed by recycling old appliances.
Before disposing of your old appliance,
render it unusable.
You received your new appliance in a
protective shipping carton. All packaging
materials are environmentally friendly and
recyclable. Please contribute to a better
environment by disposing of packaging
materials in an environmentally-friendly
manner.
Please ask your dealer or inquire at your
local authority about current means of
disposal.
The extractor hood can be used in
exhaust air or circulating air mode.
Always mount the extractor hood over
the centre of the hob.
Minimum distance between electric
hob and bottom edge of extractor hood:
430 mm, Fig. 1.
Additional information concerning gas
cookers:
When installing gas hotplates, comply
with the relevant national statutory
regulations (e.g. in Germany: Technische
Regeln Gasinstallation TRGI).
Always comply with the currently valid
regulations and installation instructions
supplied by the gas appliance
manufacturer.
Only one side of the extractor hood
may be installed next to a high-sided unit
or high wall. Gap at least 300 mm.
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Prior to installation
Exhaust-air mode
The exhaust air is discharged upwards
through a ventilation shaft or directly
through the outside wall into the open.
D Exhaust air must not be discharged via
a smoke or exhaust gas flue which is
already in use or via a shaft which is used
for ventilating rooms in which fireplaces are
located.
Discharge exhaust air in accordance
with official and statutory regulations
(e.g. national building regulations).
Discharge of air into smoke or exhaust air
flues which are not in use requires the
consent of a heating engineer.
D If the extractor hood is operated in
exhaust-air mode at the same time as a
flue-type heater (e.g. gas, oil or solid-fuel
heater, instantaneous water heater, boiler),
ensure that there is an adequate air
supply which the heater requires for
combustion.
Safe operation is possible provided that the
partial vacuum in the room in which the
heater is installed does not exceed 4 Pa
(0.04 mbar).
This can be achieved if the combustion air
is able to flow through non-lockable
openings, e.g. in doors, windows and in
conjunction with an air supply/air-intake wall
box or by other technical procedures such
as reciprocal interlocking.
If the air intake is inadequate, there is a
risk of poisoning from combustion gases
which are drawn back into the room.
An air-intake/exhaust-air wall box by itself is
no guarantee that the limiting value will not
be exceeded.
Note: When assessing the overall
requirement, the combined ventilation
system for the entire household must be
taken into consideration. This rule does not
apply to the use of cooking appliances,
such as hobs and gas cookers.
The extractor hood can be used without
restriction in circulating air mode – with an
activated carbon filter.
For exhaust air mode a one-way flap
should be installed in the extractor hood
unless already installed in the exhaust air
pipe or wall box.
If a one-way flap is not enclosed with the
extractor hood, you purchase one from
your dealer.
If the exhaust air is conveyed through
the outside wall, a telescopic wall box
should be used.
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Before installation
Optimum efficiency of the extractor
hood:
❑ Short, smooth exhaust pipe.
❑ As few bends as possible.
❑ Pipe diameter as large as possible
(ideally 150 mm dia.) and wide pipe
bends.
If long, rough exhaust-air pipes,
many pipe bends or smaller pipe
diameters are used, the air extraction
rate will no longer be at an optimum
level and there will be an increase in
noise.
❑ Round pipes
Short exhaust air pipe:
inside diameter min. 120 mm,
Longer exhaust air pipe:
inside diameter min. 150 mm.
❑ Flat ducts must have an inside
cross-section equivalent to that of the
round pipes.
There should be no sharp bends.
l 120 mm dia. approx. 113 cm2
l 150 mm dia. approx. 177 cm2
❑ If pipe diameters differ, insert sealing
strip.
❑ Ensure that there is an adequate air
supply for exhaust air mode.
Exhaust air directed backwards:
Only possible inside tall wall cupboards
depending on the size of the exhaust air
pipe.
❑ Make a hole in the rear panel of the wall
cupboard, cutting out a notch for the
power supply cable.
Circulating-air mode
❑ With activated carbon filter if exhaust-air
mode is not possible.
Exhaust air directed upwards:
The complete
installation set can
be obtained from
specialist outlets.
The corresponding
accessory numbers
can be found at the
end of these opera-
ting instructions.
1. Make a hole in the top of the wall cupbo-
ard, cutting out a notch for the power
supply cable.
– template O
I enclosed –.
2. If fitted, cut out the cupboard base to a
min. depth of 270 mm over the entire
width.
Note:
❑ An installation kit is required if the width
of the cupboard is 900 mm.
Connecting a 150 mm exhaust pipe:
❑ Attach the exhaust pipe directly to the air
connector.
Connection of 120 mm l exhaust air
pipe:
❑ Attach enclosed reducing connector to
the air outlet.
Holes in the air outlet must be sealed.
❑ Attach exhaust air pipe to the reducing
connector.
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Preparing the wall cupboard
1. Mark two attachment points on both the
right and left inside faces of the cup-
board and make holes with a bradawl.
When you drill:
2 mm diameter – max. 10 mm in depth.
Use the enclosed template O
II to mark
the attachment points.
2. Screw on both attachment plates.
3. Attach the door to the cupboard and
align.
 Observe the minimum distance
between hotplates and extractor hood!
Fig. 1.
This extractor hood is designed to be
installed in a wall cupboard with the follo-
wing dimensions:
width: 600 mm
depth: 293 to 350 mm
height: min. 435 mm.
If the cupboard is deeper than 293 mm,
the extractor hood can be moved back,
e.g. to put a spice rack in front of the
extractor hood.
To do this, place the template O
II further
back.
 Ensure that the cupboard is stable both
during and after installation, even if fitted at
the end of a row of kitchen units.
 Do not install the extractor hood at the
end of the kitchen line.
 Align the cupboards exactly. If required,
place the side cupboards flush underneath.
 The side panels must not project over
the base of the adjacent unit by more than
0.5 mm.
25
Exhaust air Circulating air
16,0 16,5
We reserve the right to construction changes within the
context of technical development.
Weight in kg:
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3. Screw in the adjusting screws by hand
until the extractor hood is situated on
the base of the cupboard.
7. Feed the mains connection cable out of
the cupboard.
8. Connect the pipes in the wall cupboard.
– If required, attach the air hose to the
cupboard ceiling –.
9. Re-insert grease filter
(see Operating instructions).
Fitting into wall cupboard
 Check door alignment and readjust if
necessary.
1. Remove grease filter
(see Operating instructions).
2. Lift the extractor hood into the cupboard
from below until both fixing lugs have
locked firmly into position.
❑ Align the extractor hood in the
cupboard.
❑ Carefully tighten both fastening screws.
4. Also attach the extractor hood to the left
and right wall cupboards with 2 screws
each side. First make pilot holes with a
bradawl.
5. Seal the holes with 2 stoppers each on
the left and right.
6. If required, shorten the wall cover to the
required dimension (e.g. saw off).
Attach the wall cover with the enclosed
clips.
Screw the wall cover to the wall
cupboard.
Page: 26
Re-adjusting the limit switch:
1. Check whether the extractor hood
switches off when the filter drawer is
inserted.
2. If the extractor hood does not switch off,
re-adjust the limit switch.
3. Unscrew the screw in small steps –
max. 2 revolutions.
Fitting into wall cupboard
Note: The extractor hood housing can be
clad inside the wall cupboard (e.g. with
chipboard).
If so, observe the following:
❑ The intermediate base must not be
placed on the extractor hood housing.
❑ Never attach cladding to the housing.
❑ Provide access for customer service.
❑ If the extractor hood is to be installed
further back in the cupboard, the stops
for the filter drawer can be moved
forwards.
❑ To do this, undo the screws, move the
stops and retighten the screws.
Attaching the handle moulding:
A handle moulding must be attached to
the filter drawer.
This handle moulding may be a wooden
strip which matches the kitchen units or a
handle moulding available as an optional
accessory (see optional accessories on the
back page).
1. Using the enclosed template O
III , mark
the attachment points on the wooden
strip and make holes with a bradawl.
When you drill:
2 mm dia – max. 10 mm in depth.
2. Align handle
moulding
and screw
to the
appliance.
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1. Disconnect from power.
2. Disconnect pipes.
3. Remove filters.
4. Undo right and left fixing screws until the
extractor hood cannot drop any further.
5. Raise the extractor hood briefly until the
fixing lugs detach and the appliance can
be lowered.
 Fastening screws may project.
When raising the extractor hood, do not
force in the filter drawer.
6. Preparing for re-installation:
Screw in the left and right fixing screws
until the lugs are pressed out at the
sides.
Electrical connection
WARNING: THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE
EARTHED
IMPORTANT: Fitting a Different Plug:
The wires in the power cord are colour-
coded as follows:
Green and Yellow – Earth
Blue – Neutral
Brown – Live
If you fit your own plug, the colours of
these wires may not correspond with the
identifying marks on the plug terminals.
Proceed as follows:
1. Connect the green and yellow (Earth)
wire to the terminal in the plug marked
‘E’ or with the symbol ( ), or
coloured green or green and yellow.
2. Connect the blue (Neutral) wire to the
terminal in the plug marked ‘N’ or
coloured black.
3. Connect the brown (Live) wire to the
terminal marked ‘L’, or coloured red.
The extractor hood may be connected to
a correctly installed earthed socket only.
Attach the earthed socket near the
extractor hood in an accessible position.
❑ The earthed socket should be
connected via its own power circuit.
If appliances do not feature the OFF
delay function, the indicator may start flas-
hing when the extractor hood has been
switched off for several hours via a separa-
te switch, even though the grease filters are
not yet saturated.
(See instructions for use, section on filter
and maintenance).
Electrical specifications:
These can be found on the rating plate
inside the appliance following removal of
the filter frames.
Before carrying out repairs, always
isolate the appliance.
Length of the connection cable: 1.30 m.
If permanent connection is required:
The extractor hood may only be connected
by an electrician registered with the local
electricity board.
A disconnecting device must be provided
on the installation side. Switches with a
contact opening of more than 3 mm and
all-pole disconnection are regarded as
disconnecting devices. These include LS
switches and contactors.
This extractor hood complies with EU
regulations on interference suppression.
Removal from the wall
cupboard
 Do not lift the
extractor hood
when undoing the
fixing screws.

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