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Switching on the hood - Fig. 3
The control ball is a balancer switch. Depressing the control ball repeatedly towards the bottom, switches on the hood and you may select the motor level desired, depressing once again the hood switches off.
depress towards the bottom to switch on the hood.
Switching on the light - Fig. 3
Depress the control ball towards the top : once for reduced lighting, once again for full lighting, depress again to switch off the light.
Indicator light for grease or charcoal filter
The air duct, in this hood, includes a device that signals when the filter requires cleaning or changing .
depress towards the top to switch on the lights
Led signal for grease filter
The LED signal flickers (flickering green light) when the grease filter requires cleaning, occurs at about 40 operating hours. Ensure that the indicator light is checked each time the hood is used.
Led signal for charcoal filter
The LED signal flickers (flickering orange light) when the charcoal filter requires cleaning, occurs at about 160 operating hours. Ensure that the indicator light is checked each time the hood is used.
Re-setting the saturation signal
After cleaning or replacing the filter, select the intensive speed (the control ball lights up with a red flashing light), depress again and hold depressed for about 3 seconds until an audible signal indicates the reset has taken place.