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  • Brand: Zanussi
  • Product: Exhaust hood
  • Model/name: ZHC 7131 X
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: Dutch, English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese

Table of Contents

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ENGLISH
WARNING
The distance between the supporting surface for the cooking vessels on the hob and the lower part of the hood must
be at least 65 cm. If the instructions for installation for the hob specify a greater distance, this has to be taken into account.
The air collected must not be conveyed into a duct used to blow off smokes from appliances fed with an energy other
than electricity (central heating systems, ther-mosiphons, water-heaters, etc.).
Comply with the official instructions provided by the competent authorities in merit when installing the disposal duct. In
addition, exhaust air should not be discharged into a wall cavity, unless the cavity is designed for that purpose.
The room must be well aerated in case a hood and some other heat equipment fed with an energy other than electricity
(gas, oil, coal heaters, etc) operate at the same time. In fact the intake hood, disposing of air, could create a vacuum
in the room. The vacuum should not exceed 0,04mbar. This prevents the gas exhausted by the heat source from being
intaken again. It is therefore advisable to ensure the room contains air taps able to ensure a steady flow of fresh air.
Checkthedatalabelinsidetheappliance;ifthesymbol( )isprinted,readthefollowing:thisappliancehassuch
technical particulars that it belongs to class II insulation, therefore it must not be earthed.
ThefollowingwarningisvalidintheUnitedKingdomonly:incaseyourcableisnotfurnishedwithaplug,readthefollowing
instructions; as the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this appliance may not correspond with the coloured markings
identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
– the wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured black;
– the wire which is coloured brown must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured red.
– terminal of a three-pin plug.
Checkthedatalabelinsidetheappliance;ifthesymbol( )isNOTprinted,readthefollowing:ATTENTION:This
appliance must be grounded. When making the electrical connections, check that the current socket has a ground
connection.
The following warning is valid in the United Kingdom only: as the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this appliance
may not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
– the wire which is coloured green and yellow must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked with the
letter E or by the earth symbol [ ], or coloured green or green and yellow;
– the wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured black;
– the wire which is coloured brown must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured
red.
When making the electrical connections, check that the voltage values correspond to those indicated on the data plate
inside the appliance itself.
In case your appliance is not furnished with a non separating flexible cable and has no plug, or has not got
any other device ensuring omnipolar disconnection from the electricity main, with a contact opening distance of
at least 3 mm, such separating device ensuring disconnection from the main must be included in the fixed
installation. If your unit features a power lead and plug, position this so the plug is accessible.
Always switch off the electricity supply before carrying out any cleaning or servicing operations on the appliance.
USE
Avoid using materials which could cause spurts of flame (flambées) near the appliance.
When frying, take particular care to prevent oil and grease from catching fire. Already used oil is especially dangerous
in this respect. Do not use uncovered electric grates.
Toavoidpossiblerisksoffirealwayscomplywiththeindicatedinstructionswhencleaninggreasefiltersandwhenremoving
grease deposits from the appliance.
MAINTENANCE
Thorough servicing guarantees correct and long-lasting operation.
Anyfatdepositsshouldberemovedfromtheapplianceperiodicallydependingonamountofuse(atleastevery2months).
Avoid using abrasive or corrosive products. To clean painted appliances on the outside, use a cloth dipped in lukewarm
water and neutral detergent. To clean steel, copper or brass appliances on the outside, it is always best to use specific
products, following the instructions on the products themselves. To clean the inside of the appliance, use a cloth (or
brush) dipped in denatured ethyl alcohol.
INSTALLATION
The hood is available in the ducting version (air evacuated outside the room) or the filtering version (air recirculated
inside the room).
1) The following operations are essential for assembly: Install a proper wiring system. If your apparatus is to
be assembled as a Ducting appliance, you must first make the air venting hole and get a proper pipe to connect
the hole to the flange of the hood; use an outlet pipe with: - minimum indispensable length; - minimum possible bends
(maximum angle of bend:90°); - certified material (according to the State); - an as smooth as possible inside. It is
also advisable to avoid any drastic changes in pipe cross-section (recommended diameter: 125 mm). For air evacuation
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to the outside, follow all the instructions given on the “Warnings” sheet.
Make an air evacuation hole in the wall (diameter 133 mm) as shown in Fig. 1 which gives all the measurements required
for the various possible installations.
2) Some models are fitted with an upper air vent (Fig. 2B) and a rear air vent (Fig.2A) closed by a plate that
must be removed if you wish to use it. Fit the flange (C) on the vent used; if you use the rear vent, close the
upper one with the cap (E) to be ordered from your dealer.
Some models are fitted with 2 air vents, one in the upper part (Fig. 2B) and one at the rear (Fig. 2A), which you can use
as required. Fit the flange (C) on the vent used and close the other one with the cap (E).
In the filtering version, you do not need to close any vent, but position the lever correctly (see point 7).
3) Wall mounting : Drill 4 holes in the wall using the measurements shown in Fig. 3 and insert the screw anchors;
take 2 of the supplied screws (Fig. 4G) and screw them into the uppermost anchors without tightening them. Attach
the hood to the 2 screws and, working from inside, fully tighten them. Complete mounting by inserting and tightening
the other 2 screws H (Fig. 4).
4) Mounting under a wall unit : If the ducting version of the hood is mounted with the air outlet in the upper opening
(Fig. 2B), before mounting, drill a 133 mm diameter hole in the wall unit (Fig. 5).
Drill 4 holes in the wall unit using the measurements shown in Fig. 6. Attach the hood with 4 screws working from inside
the wall unit.
5) For the ducting version: connect a flex tube to the hood flange using a metal retainer clamp. The tube and clamp
are not included in the supply.
6) Make the electrical connection.
7) CHECK THAT THE DUCTING-FILTERING LEVER IS IN THE RIGHT POSITION: The lever is found on the motor
unit and must be positioned on the symbol (P) in the case of installation in ducting version, on the symbol (Q) in
the case of installation in filtering version (Fig. 7).
8) PAY ATTENTION TO THE CHARCOAL FILTER/S (A) - Fig. 8-9-10-11: One or more charcoal filters are required for
the filtering version. If they are not yet installed in the hood, fit it/them as follows depending on the model you have purchased:
- if the hood is fitted with round charcoal filters (Fig. 11R), fit the charcoal filter by turning it anticlockwise. - if the hood
is fitted with a panel charcoal filter (Fig. 8A or 9A or 10A), position the charcoal filter inside the hood and fit the 2 filter
clips (M) to lock the charcoal filter. The ducting version does not require the charcoal filter/s, therefore, if already fitted
in the hood remove it/them.
OPERATION
The hoods are provided with the following type of controls:
Controls of Fig. 12: A = light switch. B = first speed motor ON/OFF switch. C = second speed switch. D = third
speed switch. E = warning light: indicates motor operation.
Controls of Fig. 13: A = light switch; position 0: light off; position 1: light on. B = motor switch; position 0:
motor off; position 1-2-3: motor first, second and thrid speed motor on. C = warning light: indicates motor operation.
Grease filter/s: Depending on the version, the hood features different types of grease filters:
Modular metal filters (of the type shown in Fig. 14): these are metal filters and must be periodically cleaned, depending
on extent of operation (at least every two months). Wash the filters with neutral detergent.
Panel type metal filter (as shown in Fig. 15N): this is a metal filter and is positioned inside the metal grid; the filter
must be periodically cleaned, depending on extent of operation (at least every two months). Wash the filter with
neutral detergent. Remove the 2 filter retainers (M) and the metal panel filter.
Panel type synthetic filter (as shown in Fig. 16P): this filter is made of white synthetic fibres and is located inside
the metal grid; it cannot be cleaned, but must be replaced from time to time according to use (at least every two
months). Remove the 2 filter retainers (M) and the synthetic panel filter.
Charcoalfilter/s:The charcoalfilters mustbereplacedperiodicallydependingontheiruse,onaverageevery6months.
Remove the charcoal filters as follows, depending on the model you have purchased: - If the hood is fitted with round charcoal
filters (Fig. 17R), remove the charcoal filter by turning it clockwise. - If the hood is fitted with a panel charcoal filter (Fig.
8A or 9A or 10A), remove the 2 filter clips (M) and then remove the charcoal filter.
Lighting: - To replace the incandescent lamps remove the light fitting after unscrewing the setscrew “A” (Fig. 18).
Replace with lamps of the same type.
- To remove the halogen lamps , unscrew the ring nut by turning it anticlockwise (Fig. 19). Replace with lamps
of the same type. WARNING: Do not touch the new lamp with bare hands. Should the halogen lamps not
work after replacing them, cut the power to the hood for a few seconds.
ASSEMBLY OF THE DECORATIVE PIPE (Fig. 20)
Take the bottom bracket (A) and fit the flat nuts (P) provided in both sides, as shown in Fig. Do the same for the top bracket
(B). Fix the lower bracket A onto the apparatus (see figure). Fix the upper bracket B onto the ceiling; in order to position the
bracket on the same axis as your apparatus, refer to the small triangle C that is on the central axis.
Take the two chimneys minding that you have to lift slightly the upper one; insert the chimneys from the front, expanding
slightly with your hands so that they can get hooked onto the two brackets. Fix the chimneys to the brackets by means of
the screws D and E.
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