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Regardless of which type of installation, any wooden shelves in the area where the hood is to be fitted must first be removed, drilled and later replaced.
Drilling the shelves
a) Using the template provided, and taking hole B as a point of reference, drill the shelves along the central axis to allow the passage of the chimney. The chimney must be inserted into the shelves before it is fixed to the hood canopy (Fig. 13). When installing the ducting version with the air outlet directed upwards, if the ducting fan unit is positioned below the line of the shelves it will be necessary to drill a suitable hole in the top shelf only, to allow the air ducting pipe to pass through (Fig. 14).
Direction and position of the ducting fan unit
a) The hood is normally supplied with the air outlet directed towards the wall (Fig. 3), if it is to be installed with the air outlet directed to the right or left (Fig. 4a-4b), it will be necessary to change the direction of the ducting fan unit. - Unscrew the screws U (Fig. 15). - Turn the ducting fan unit 60Â° to the left or right. - Replace the screws. b) The ducting fan unit air outlets must be arranged according to the type of installation to be carried out.