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screws (see Fitting the canopy). The hood should have a maximum excursion of 20 mm. â¢ Splashback (optional) When a splashback is to be fitted, the distance between the hood and the cooking appliances will be determined by the height of the splashback B and whether or not there is a raised back on the worktop. The splashback is to be installed before installing the canopy. If the splashback is to be fixed to the wall using both the top and bottom fixing holes, care must be taken to ensure that the splashback is fitted at the correct height before fixing the base units or at least the worktop covering them. As this is a complex operation, it should only be undertaken by the technician installing the kitchen units or by a competent person who knows the final dimensions of the units. If the splashback is to be fixed through the top fixing holes only, proceed as follows: â¢ Rest the splashback on the worktop and against the wall, as illustrated in fig.2 . â¢ Mark the centres of the two holes in the top surface. â¢ Drill the wall using an 8 mm drill bit, and fix the splashback using the rawl plugs and screws provided. â¢ If necessary, the installer should secure the splashback to the wall by tucking the bottom edge down behind the rear of the worktop.
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Fixing the canopy
Before starting to fix the canopy it will be necessary to adjust the support brackets S1 by turning the adjustment screws in a clockwise direction until their reach their limit (Fig.3): â¢ Hook the canopy onto the two size 4.2 x 44.4 screws 1 fitted as described above (Fig.4 ). â¢ Level the hood by turning the adjustment screws and then locking them.
Electrical connection and working test
â¢ Before connecting to the mains supply ensure that the mains voltage corresponds with the voltage on the rating plate inside the hood. â¢ Connect the cooker hood to the mains via a double pole switch which has 3 mm clearance between the contacts. â¢ The appliance must be earthed. â¢ Once the electrical connection has been completed, check that worktop illumination, motor and speed work properly.