Exactly as described, the full user-manual (145 pages). Perfect.
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Wall unit mounting - Fig. 7
â¢ Mark the wall with a centre line, this will aid mounting procedure (1), position the template so that the mid line printed on the template matches with the centre line previously drawn, the lower side of the template corresponds to the lower side of the hood once mounted (2). â¢ Drill four holes Ã 8mm and fit four wall plugs (3). â¢ Drill two holes Ã 8mm on the upper side close to the ceilling (4) use the chimney support as a template, check that the mid of the chimney support corresponds to the mid of the centre line previously drawn, fit two wall plugs. Note: ONLY in case the hood is to be used in filter version, mount the deflector E on the chimney support and the connection flange G with two screws each (5). â¢ Fix the chimney support onto the wall with two screws and washers (6). â¢ Hang the hood (7), remove the grease filters and fix it definitively with two screws and washers (8), check that all four screws are securely tightened. â¢ Fit an exhausting pipe (9) to connect the outlet hole D of the hood to the connection flange G of the deflector E (Filter version) or to the outside (Extractor version). â¢ Make electrical connection (10), but leave the hood disconnected from the mains supply. â¢ Fix the circuit board and connection block unit on the top side of the hood with two screws (boxes facing frontwards) (11). â¢ Place the cable clamp in the corresponding housing (12). â¢ Position the chimney and secure them in place, first up (13a) to the chimney support (13b) , then slide it downwards making sure the cable clamp (step 12) is seated in the housing on chimeny (14) and that the control buttons match with the corresponding openings (15). â¢ Adjust the position of the push-button box using two screws from the inside of the motor housing (16). â¢ Fix the lower section of the chimney with two screws from the inside of the hood (17). â¢ Refit the grease filters, connect the hood the the home general electric panel and check if the hood work properly.