I'm so glad I was able to find a site to download my missing manuals. Very reasonable prices and they kept me informed about the process and I had my manual within less than a day. The only thing I wish was an option is a 100% English version with no spanish or anything. But overall great site.
The manual is complete with excellent quality! One suggestion, show number of pages and weather it is multi-lingual. The AD 600 Manuel is about 76 pages and over half is non English. This results in a larger print job than usually needed. Having this information, one could select the desired pages for printing.
This is an excellent handbook. We had no information on the appliance until we obtained this and are now able to use the appliance to its full potential. Strongly recommended.
Text excerpt from page 8 (click to view)
The cooker hood must be installed centrally over a cooking appliance. The minimum distance between the cooking surface and the metal grease filters on the underside of the hood must be at least 650mm. To install the hood proceed as follows: Firstly, draw a vertical line approximately 950mm up the wall from the centre of the cooking appliance. Secondly, draw two vertical lines 90mm either side of the first line up to the ceiling. Thirdly, draw four horizontal lines through the vertical lines at Y-J-X2-X1 as illustrated in fig. 1 to give you your drilling positions. Drill eight 8mm diameter holes at X1-X2-J-Y and insert the plastic rawl plugs supplied as illustrated in fig. 2 ensuring the brackets are fitted as shown in the blow up. Secure the two brackets C to the wall inserting two of the screws supplied through the two holes on line X1-X2 as illustrated in fig. 2. Secure the locking washer D to the wall inserting one of the screws supplied through hole Y as illustrated in fig. 2 ensuring the washer is fitted with the recess to the wall as shown in the blow up. Slide the canopy down the wall to locate the key hole over the washer then secure the canopy to the wall by inserting two of the screws supplied through the two outer holes in the rim of the canopy J1 and J2 as illustrated in fig. 3. To prevent the canopy from accidentally being dislodged from the wall at anytime fit the final screw supplied through hole J3. Fit the ducting flange E over the rectangular air outlet in the top of the canopy rim using the two 2.9mm self tapping screws provided as illustrated in fig. 4. EXTRACTION OR RECIRCULATION INSTALLATION: EXTRACTION (Ducted) When used in the extraction(ducted) mode contaminated air enters the cooker hood through the metal grease filters and passes out through ducting to the outside. When the hood is ducted to the outside the 150 to 120mm diameter ducting spigot G must be fitted onto the ducting flange E as illustrated in fig. 5. The (optional) ducting required must be 120mm in diameter and made from fire retardent material. Where flexible ducting is fitted it should not be turned through very tight bends as this could impair the performance of the hood. IMPORTANT: The ducting used inside the chimney must not be larger than 120mm in diameter as this could subsequently prevent the chimney fitting correctly. The ducting system for this appliance must not be connected to any ventilation system which is being used for any other purpose. RECIRCULATION (Filtered) When used in the recirculation mode (filtered) contaminated air enters the cooker hoDD through the metal grease filters, passes through the (optional) cleansing charcoal filters where it is purified and passes out into the kitchen through the grilles in the chimney. When the hood is fitted in the recirculation mode the air deflector H should be fitted as illustrated in fig. 6. Fit the (optional) charcoal filters by repeating the following operation on each side of the motor housing. Place the two key hole slots in the filter L over the tabs on the motor housing M and turn the filter clockwise to lock the filter in position as illustrated in fig. 7. GB
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