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ELECTROLUX EFP663S
Owner's Manual


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Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

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Remove the grease grille and wash them either by hand or in the dishwasher using neutral detergent. Any fat deposits should be removed from the appliance periodically depending on amount of use (at least every 2 months). Avoid using abrasive or corrosive products. To clean painted appliances on the outside, use a cloth dipped in lukewarm water and washing up liquid. 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.

Assembly under a wall cupboard The following operations are essential for assembly: â Install the wiring system â Prepare the air venting outlet if your appliance is to be installed in the Ducting version. Installation as indicated in Fig. 5: Using the template make the 4 necessary fixing holes in the bottom of the cupboard and cut the air vent hole. Move the hood close to the bottom of the wall unit and then connect the two units by means of the 4 self-tapping screws supplied together with the appliance. Installation with brackets as in Fig. 6 (optional): Take the two brackets (S) out of the accessory bag together with the 8 screws provided. Fit the brackets to the wall unit being careful to position these correctly; for this operation use the 4 longer screws. At this point, secure the appliance to the brackets using the 4 shorter screws. Ducting version: fit the flange of the hood with the air vent hole made previously in the wall/ceiling by means of an suitable tube. Connect the mains cable to the electricity supply. Assemble the grease grille with the hood, inserting it with the front edge upwards. Filtering version: fit a suitable hose to the flange of the hood so that the air is recirculated back into the room. Connect the mains cable to the electricity supply. Fit the charcoal filter inside the grease grille securing it by means of the 2 metal wires supplied (F), as indicated in Fig. 3. Assemble the grease grille with the hood, inserting it with the front edge upwards.

DESCRIPTION ----------------------------------------------------------The appliance can be used in both the filtering and ducting version. In the Filtering version (Fig. 1), the air and vapours conveyed by the appliance are depurated by charcoal filter(s) and recirculated around the room. ATTENTION: Using the hood as a filtering one it is necessary to use the charcoal filter(s) that purifies the air sent back into the room. In the Ducting version (Fig. 2), cooking vapour and odours are exhausted straight outside by a disposal duct which passes through the wall/ceiling. Use of charcoal filter is therefore unnecessary. According to the model you have bought, the appliance can include 1 or 2 motors. In the 1 motor version the flange for the air to be exhausted has not got a central position, but it is slightly on the left.

INSTALLATION ----------------------------------------------------------Before assembling, in order to move the appliance more easily, take off the grease grille (Fig. 3): pull the front of the grille upwards; remove the back from its seat. IMPORTANT: So as not to damage your product, during installation ONLY USE THE SCREWS PROVIDED. Make sure these are used as shown in the following instructions. To compensate for any uneveness between the appliance and the wall, a plastic SPACING BAR must be fixed at the back of the appliance by means of the three screws A is included (Fig.4). The 3 screws A to be used are contained in the accessory bag attached to the plastic spacing bar. Cut the spacing bar according to the distance to be adjusted.

OPERATION ----------------------------------------------------------Controls (Fig. 7): A = ON/OFF 1st speed switch B = II speed switch C = III speed switch The motor is automatically switched ON or OFF by opening/closing the visor (unless switch A is in position 0). Upon opening the visor the previously selected speed is used. D = Light switch. Position A (automatic), the light is automatically switched ON or OFF by the opening/closing of the visor. Position M (manual), the light is on. Position 0, the light is off. If the hood is used in the filtering version

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