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Wall unit mounting - Fig. 9
Disconnect the hood during electrical connection, by turning the home mains switch off. Remove the 2 screws fitted inside the lower part of the hood at the points in which it is fixed to the motor unit (see also operation 3). Â Rest the motor unit on a flat surface and thread the lower part of the chimney section onto it (1). Â Make all the electrical connections between the two parts (2). Â Secure the two parts using 8 screws (3). Â Mark the wall with a centre line, this will aid the fixing procedure (4), position the template so that the mid line printed on the template matches with the centre line previously marked, the lower side of the template corresponds to the lower side of Â Â the hood once installed (5). Drill two holes Ã 8mm and fix the support bracket with two wall plugs and screws (6). Hang the hood (7) adjust its position (8-9) and from the inside of the hood mark one point for final fixing (10), remove the hood (11) and drill an hole Ã 8mm (12), fit a wall plugs (13). Drill two holes Ã 8mm on the upper side close to the ceilling (14), fit two wall plugs and fix the chimney support with two screws (15). Hang the hood again (16). Fix it securely with a screw (17). To simplify the
installation operation remove the charcoal filter frame. Â If the hood is used in the recirculation function, fix Fig. 9 the deflector F on the chimney support G with four screws 2,9x6,5 and fit an extraction pipe (18 - not supplied) to connect deflector to the outlet hole D of the hood. In case the hood is to be used in exhausting version, then the deflector must not be mounted and fit an extraction pipe (18) to connect outlet hole D of the hood to the outside. Â Make the electrical connection (19), but leave the hood disconnected from the household mains supply. Â Fix the chimney (20a) to the chimney support (20b). Slide down the lower section on the proper housing on top of the hood. Connect the hood to the household mains supply and check that the hood works correctly. 10