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Table of contents

INFORMATION FOR USE

1 Safety ....................................................................  2

2 Avoiding material damage...................................  4

3 Environmental protection and saving en- ergy .......................................................................  5

4 Operating modes .................................................  5

5 Familiarising yourself with your appliance ........  6

6 Basic operation ....................................................  6

7 Cleaning and servicing........................................  6

8 Troubleshooting...................................................  8

9 Disposal................................................................  9

10 Customer Service.................................................  9

11 Accessories..........................................................  9

12 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS .........................  9 12.4 Secure installation .............................................  10

1Safety Observe the following safety instructions.

1.1General information Read this instruction manual carefully. Keep the instruction manual and the

product information safe for future refer- ence or for the next owner.

Do not connect the appliance if it has been damaged in transit.

1.2Intended use This appliance is designed only to be built into kitchen units. Read the special installation instructions. The appliance can only be used safely if it is correctly installed according to the safety in- structions. The installer is responsible for en- suring that the appliance works perfectly at its installation location. Only use this appliance: For extracting cooking vapour. In private households and in enclosed

spaces in a domestic environment. Up to an altitude of max. 4000 m above

sea level.

Do not use the appliance: With an external timer.

1.3Restriction on user group This appliance may be used by children aged 8 or over and by people who have reduced physical, sensory or mental abilities or inad- equate experience and/or knowledge, provided that they are supervised or have been instructed on how to use the appliance safely and have understood the resulting dangers. Do not let children play with the appliance. Children must not perform cleaning or user maintenance unless they are at least 15 years old and are being supervised. Keep children under the age of 8 years away from the appliance and power cable.

1.4Safe use

WARNING  Risk of suffocation! Children may put packaging material over their heads or wrap themselves up in it and suffocate. Keep packaging material away from chil-

dren. Do not let children play with packaging ma-

terial. Children may breathe in or swallow small parts, causing them to suffocate. Keep small parts away from children. Do not let children play with small parts.

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WARNING  Risk of poisoning! Risk of poisoning from flue gases being drawn back in. Room-air-dependent heat-pro- ducing appliances (e.g. gas, oil, wood or coal- operated heaters, continuous flow heaters or water heaters) obtain combustion air from the room in which they are installed and dis- charge the exhaust gases into the open through an exhaust gas system (e.g. a chim- ney). With the extractor hood switched on, air is extracted from the kitchen and the adjacent rooms. Without an adequate supply of air, the air pressure falls below atmospheric pressure. Toxic gases from the flue or the extraction shaft are sucked back into the living space.

Always ensure adequate fresh air in the room if the appliance is being operated in exhaust air mode at the same time as a room-air-dependent heat-producing appli- ance is being operated.

It is only possible to safely operate the ap- pliance if the pressure in the room in which the heating appliance is installed does not drop more than 4 Pa (0.04 mbar) below at- mospheric pressure. This can be achieved whenever the air needed for combustion is able to enter through openings that cannot be sealed, for example in doors, windows, incoming/exhaust air wall boxes or by other technical means. An incoming/ex- haust air wall box alone does not ensure compliance with the limit.

In any case, consult your responsible chim- ney sweep. They are able to assess the house's entire ventilation setup and will suggest the suitable ventilation measures to you.

Unrestricted operation is possible if the ap- pliance is operated exclusively in circulat- ing-air mode.

WARNING  Risk of fire! Fatty deposits in the grease filters may catch fire. Never operate the appliance without a

grease filter.

Clean the grease filters regularly. Never work with naked flames close to the

appliance (e.g. flambing). Do not install the appliance near a solid

fuel heating appliance (e.g. wood- or coal- burning) unless the heating appliance has a sealed, non-removable cover. There must be no flying sparks.

Hot oil or grease ignites very quickly. Always supervise hot oil and fat. Never extinguish burning oil or fat with wa-

ter. Switch off the cooking zone. Extinguish flames carefully using a lid, fire blanket or something similar.

When gas burners are in operation without any cookware placed on them, they can build up a lot of heat. A ventilation appliance in- stalled above the cooker may become dam- aged or catch fire. Only operate the gas burners with cook-

ware on them. Operating multiple gas hobs at the same time generates a great deal of heat. A ventilation appliance installed above the cooker may be- come damaged or catch fire. Only operate the gas hobs with cookware

on them. Select the highest fan setting. Never operate two gas hobs simultan-

eously on the highest flame for longer than 15 minutes. Two gas hobs correspond to one large burner.

Never operate large burners of more than 5  kW with the highest flame for longer than 15 minutes, e.g. a wok.

WARNING  Risk of burns! The accessible parts of the appliance become hot during operation. Never touch these hot parts. Keep children at a safe distance. The appliance becomes hot during operation. Allow the appliance to cool down before

cleaning.

WARNING  Risk of injury! Components inside the appliance may have sharp edges. Carefully clean the appliance interior. Changes to the electrical or mechanical as- sembly are dangerous and may lead to mal- functions. Do not make any changes to the electrical

or mechanical assembly.

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The light emitted by LED lights is very dazzling, and can damage the eyes (risk group 1). Do not look directly into the switched-on

LED lights for longer than 100 seconds.

WARNING  Risk of electric shock! If the appliance or the power cord is dam- aged, this is dangerous. Never operate a damaged appliance. Never pull on the power cord to unplug the

appliance. Always unplug the appliance at the mains.

If the appliance or the power cord is dam- aged, immediately unplug the power cord or switch off the fuse in the fuse box.

Call customer services.  Page 9 Incorrect repairs are dangerous. Repairs to the appliance should only be

carried out by trained specialist staff. Only use genuine spare parts when repair-

ing the appliance. If the power cord of this appliance is dam-

aged, it must be replaced by trained spe- cialist staff.

An ingress of moisture can cause an electric shock. Before cleaning, pull out the mains plug or

switch off the fuse in the fuse box. Do not use steam- or high-pressure clean-

ers to clean the appliance.

WARNING  Risk of explosion! Highly caustic alkaline or highly acidic clean- ing agents in conjunction with aluminium parts in the interior of the appliance may cause ex- plosions. Never use highly caustic alkaline or highly

acidic cleaning agents. In particular, do not use commercial or industrial cleaning agents in conjunction with aluminium parts, e.g. grease filter on extractor hoods.

WARNING  Risk of fire! Fatty deposits in the grease filters may catch fire. Clean the grease filters regularly.

WARNING  Risk of injury! Improper repairs are dangerous. Repairs to the appliance should only be

carried out by trained specialist staff. If the appliance is defective, call Customer

Service.

WARNING  Risk of electric shock! Penetrating moisture may cause an electric shock. Do not use wet sponge cloths.

2 Avoiding material damage ATTENTION! Condensate may cause corrosion damage. To prevent condensation from building up, switch on

the appliance during cooking. If moisture gets into the controls, this may result in damage. Never clean controls with a wet cloth. Incorrect cleaning damages the surfaces. Follow the cleaning instructions. Do not use harsh or abrasive detergents. Clean stainless steel surfaces in the direction of the

finish only. Never clean controls with stainless steel cleaners.

Condensation that flows back in may damage the ap- pliance. The air extraction duct must be installed with a

gradient of at least 1 from the appliance. If you put incorrect stress on the design elements, they may break off. Do not pull design elements. Do not place objects on the design elements or

hang objects from them. There is a risk of surface damage if you do not peel off the protective film. Remove the protective film from all parts of the ap-

pliance before using for the first time. Painted surfaces are easily damaged. Follow the cleaning instructions.

 "Cleaning the appliance", Page 7 Ensure that the painted surfaces are not scratched.

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3 Environmental protection and saving energy 3.1Disposing of packaging The packaging materials are environmentally compat- ible and can be recycled. Sort the individual components by type and dispose

of them separately.

3.2Saving energy If you follow these instructions, your appliance will use less power. Adjust the fan speed to the amount of steam pro- duced during cooking. The lower the fan speed, the less energy is con-

sumed. Only use the intensive mode as required.

If cooking produces large amounts of steam, select a higher fan speed in good time. The odours are distributed around the room less.

Switch off the lighting if it is no longer required. When the lighting is switched off, it does not con-

sume any energy. Clean or replace the filters at regular intervals. The effectiveness of the filter is retained.

Put the cooking lid on. The cooking vapours and condensation are re-

duced. Only use the additional functions if required. Switching off additional functions reduces power

consumption.

4 Operating modes You can use your appliance in air extraction mode or circulating-air mode.

4.1Air extraction mode The air which is drawn in is cleaned by the grease fil- ters and conveyed to the exterior by a pipe system.

The air must not be discharged into a flue that is used for exhausting fumes from appliances burning gas or other fuels (not applicable to appliances that only discharge the air back into the room). If the exhaust air is to be conveyed

into a non-functioning smoke or ex- haust gas flue, you must obtain the consent of the heating engineer re- sponsible.

If the exhaust air is conveyed through the external wall, a tele- scopic duct should be used.

4.2Air recirculation mode The air which is drawn in is cleaned by the grease fil- ters and an odour filter, and conveyed back into the room.

To bind odours in circulating-air mode, you must install an odour filter. The dif- ferent options for operating the appli- ance in circulating-air mode can be found in our catalogue. Alternatively, ask your dealer. The required accessor- ies are available from specialist retail- ers, from customer service or from the Online Shop.

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5 Familiarising yourself with your appliance

5.1Control panel You can use the control panel to configure all functions of your appliance and to obtain information about the operat- ing status.

Switching the appliance on or off

Switching on fan setting 1

Switching on fan setting 2

Switching on fan setting 3

Switching on intensive mode

Switching the lighting on or off

6 Basic operation 6.1Switching on the appliance Note: When the glass panel is folded out, you can use

to switch the appliance on and off. Requirement: The glass panel is folded in. Fold out the glass panel all the way. a The appliance starts at fan setting 2 and the lighting

switches on.

6.2Switching off the appliance Fold in the glass panel as far as it will go or press

. a The ventilation system switches off and the lighting

switches off.

6.3Selecting a fan setting  Press  ,   or  .

6.4Switching on intensive mode Press . a After approx. 6 minutes, the appliance automatically

switches to fan setting 3.

6.5Switching off intensive mode  Press  ,   or  . a Intensive mode is ended early.

6.6Switching on the lighting The lighting can be switched on and off independently of the ventilation system. If required, select one of the options:

If the glass panel is folded out, press . If the glass panel is folded in, touch the control

panel with the palm of your hand in the centre. a The lighting switches on.

6.7Switching off the lighting If required, select one of the options:

If the glass panel is folded out, press . If the glass panel is folded in, touch the control

panel with the palm of your hand in the centre. a The lighting switches off.

7 Cleaning and servicing To keep your appliance working efficiently for a long time, it is important to clean and maintain it carefully.

7.1Cleaning products You can obtain suitable cleaning products from after- sales service or the online shop. ATTENTION! Unsuitable cleaning products may damage the sur- faces of the appliance. Do not use harsh or abrasive detergents.

Do not use cleaning products with a high alcohol content.

Do not use hard scouring pads or cleaning sponges.

Only use glass cleaners, glass scrapers or stainless steel care products if recommended in the cleaning instructions for the relevant part.

Wash sponge cloths thoroughly before use.

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7.2Cleaning the appliance Clean the appliance as specified. This will ensure that the different parts and surfaces of the appliance are not damaged by incorrect cleaning or unsuitable clean- ing products.

WARNING  Risk of explosion! Highly caustic alkaline or highly acidic cleaning agents in conjunction with aluminium parts in the interior of the appliance may cause explosions. Never use highly caustic alkaline or highly acidic

cleaning agents. In particular, do not use commer- cial or industrial cleaning agents in conjunction with aluminium parts, e.g. grease filter on extractor hoods.

WARNING  Risk of electric shock! An ingress of moisture can cause an electric shock. Before cleaning, pull out the mains plug or switch

off the fuse in the fuse box. Do not use steam- or high-pressure cleaners to

clean the appliance.

WARNING  Risk of burns! The appliance becomes hot during operation. Allow the appliance to cool down before cleaning.

WARNING  Risk of injury! Components inside the appliance may have sharp edges. Carefully clean the appliance interior.

1. Observe the information regarding the cleaning agents.

2. Clean as follows, depending on the surface: Clean stainless steel surfaces in the direction of

the finish using a sponge cloth and hot soapy water.

Clean painted surfaces using a damp sponge cloth and hot soapy water.

Clean aluminium using a soft cloth and glass cleaner.

Clean plastic using a soft cloth and glass cleaner.

Clean glass using a soft cloth and glass cleaner. 3. Dry with a soft cloth. 4. Apply a thin layer of the stainless steel cleaning

product to stainless steel surfaces using a soft cloth. You can obtain stainless steel cleaning products from the after-sales service or the online shop.

7.3Cleaning controls

WARNING  Risk of electric shock! Penetrating moisture may cause an electric shock. Do not use wet sponge cloths.

1. Observe the information regarding the cleaning agents.

2. Clean using a damp sponge cloth and hot soapy water.

3. Dry with a soft cloth.

7.4Removing the grease filter 1. Open the glass flap as far as it will go. 2. Switch off the appliance. 3. ATTENTION!

Falling grease filters may damage the hob below. Grip below the grease filter with one hand. Open the locks on the grease filters.

4. Remove the grease filters from the holders. To prevent grease from dripping, hold the grease fil- ter horizontally.

7.5Cleaning grease filters manually The grease filters filter the grease from the cooking va- pour. Regularly cleaned grease filters guarantee a high level of grease removal. We recommend cleaning the grease filters every two months.

WARNING  Risk of fire! Fatty deposits in the grease filters may catch fire. Clean the grease filters regularly.

Requirement: The grease filters have been removed. 1. Observe the information regarding the cleaning

agents. 2. Soak the grease filter in hot soapy water.

Use special grease solvent for stubborn dirt. You can obtain grease solvents from customer service or the online shop.

3. Use a brush to clean the grease filters. 4. Rinse the grease filters thoroughly. 5. Allow the grease filters to drain.

7.6Cleaning grease filters in the dishwasher The grease filters filter the grease from the cooking va- pour. Regularly cleaned grease filters guarantee a high level of grease removal. We recommend cleaning the grease filters every two months.

WARNING  Risk of fire! Fatty deposits in the grease filters may catch fire. Clean the grease filters regularly.

ATTENTION! The grease filters may become damaged if they are squeezed. Do not squeeze the grease filters.

Note: When cleaning the grease filter in the dish- washer, light discolouration may occur. This discoloura- tion has no effect on the performance of the metal grease filters.

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Requirement: The grease filters have been removed. 1. Observe the information regarding the cleaning

agents. 2. Place the grease filters loosely into the dishwasher.

Do not clean heavily soiled grease filters with utensils. Use special grease solvent for stubborn dirt. You can obtain grease solvents from customer service or the online shop.

3. Start the dishwasher. Select a temperature of no more than 70 C.

4. Allow the grease filters to drain.

7.7Installing the grease filters ATTENTION! Falling grease filters may damage the hob below. Grip below the grease filter with one hand.

1. Open the glass flap as far as it will go. 2. Switch off the appliance. 3. Insert the grease filter on the lower edge.

4. Fold the grease filters upwards and engage the locks.

5. Ensure that the grease filters are inserted correctly.

6. Ensure that the locks engage. 7. Close the glass flap.

8 Troubleshooting You can rectify minor faults on your appliance yourself. Read the troubleshooting information before contacting after-sales service. This will avoid unnecessary costs.

WARNING  Risk of injury! Improper repairs are dangerous. Repairs to the appliance should only be carried out

by trained specialist staff. If the appliance is defective, call Customer Service.

WARNING  Risk of electric shock! Incorrect repairs are dangerous. Repairs to the appliance should only be carried out

by trained specialist staff. Only use genuine spare parts when repairing the

appliance. If the power cord of this appliance is damaged, it

must be replaced by trained specialist staff.

8.1Malfunctions

Fault Cause and troubleshooting The appliance is not working.

The mains plug of the power cord is not plugged in. Connect the appliance to the power supply. The circuit breaker in the fuse box has tripped. Check the circuit breaker in the fuse box. There has been a power cut. Check whether the lighting in your kitchen or other appliances are working.

The LED lighting does not work.

Different causes are possible. Defective LED lights may be replaced by the manufacturer, their customer service or a

qualified technician (electrician) only. Call the after-sales service.

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9 Disposal 9.1Disposing of old appliance Valuable raw materials can be reused by recycling. 1. Unplug the appliance from the mains. 2. Cut through the power cord. 3. Dispose of the appliance in an environmentally

friendly manner. Information about current disposal methods are available from your specialist dealer or local author- ity.

This appliance is labelled in accord- ance with European Directive 2012/19/EU concerning used elec- trical and electronic appliances (waste electrical and electronic equip- ment - WEEE). The guideline determines the frame- work for the return and recycling of used appliances as applicable throughout the EU.

10 Customer Service Function-relevant genuine spare parts according to the corresponding Ecodesign Order can be obtained from Customer Service for a period of at least 10 years from the date on which your appliance was placed on the market within the European Economic Area. Note: Under the terms of the manufacturer's warranty the use of Customer Service is free of charge. Detailed information on the warranty period and terms of warranty in your country is available from our after- sales service, your retailer or on our website. If you contact Customer Service, you will require the product number (E-Nr.) and the production number (FD) of your appliance.

The contact details for Customer Service can be found in the enclosed Customer Service directory or on our website.

10.1Product number (E-Nr.) and production number (FD) You can find the product number (E-Nr.) and the pro- duction number (FD) on the appliance's rating plate. Depending on the model, the rating plate can be found: Inside the appliance (remove grease filters for ac-

cess). On top of the appliance.

Make a note of your appliance's details and the Cus- tomer Service telephone number to find them again quickly.

11 Accessories You can buy accessories from the after-sales service, from specialist retailers or online. Only use original ac- cessories, as these have been specifically designed for your appliance. Accessories vary from one appliance to another. When purchasing accessories, always quote the exact product number (E no.) of your appliance.  Page 9 You can find out which accessories are available for your appliance in our catalogue, in the online shop or from our after-sales service. www.bosch-home.com

Accessories Order number Chimney extension 187-360 mm

DWZ1IB6N1

Accessories Order number Chimney extension 450-854 mm

DWZ1IB6K1

Clean Air Standard recir- culation kit

DWZ6IB1I4

Clean Air Standard odour filter replacement

DWZ6IB1B4

Clean Air Plus air recircu- lation set

DWZ1IX1C6

Clean Air Plus odour filter DWZ1IX1B6 Long Life air recirculation set

DWZ1IT1D1

Long Life odour filter DWZ0IT0P0

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12.1Installation video If you scan this QR code with your smartphone, you can watch a video of the entire installation of the appli- ance.

12.2Included with the appliance After unpacking all parts, check for any damage in transit and completeness of the delivery.

12.3Safety clearances Comply with the safety clearances for the appliance.

For Australia and New Zealand the minimum safety clearance above electrical cooktops must be 600 mm.

12.4Secure installation Follow these safety instructions when in- stalling the appliance.

WARNING  Risk of poisoning! Risk of poisoning from flue gases being drawn back in. Room-air-dependent heat-pro- ducing appliances (e.g. gas, oil, wood or coal- operated heaters, continuous flow heaters or water heaters) obtain combustion air from the room in which they are installed and dis- charge the exhaust gases into the open through an exhaust gas system (e.g. a chim- ney). With the extractor hood switched on, air is extracted from the kitchen and the adjacent rooms. Without an adequate supply of air, the air pressure falls below atmospheric pressure. Toxic gases from the flue or the extraction shaft are sucked back into the living space.

Always ensure adequate fresh air in the room if the appliance is being operated in exhaust air mode at the same time as a room-air-dependent heat-producing appli- ance is being operated.

It is only possible to safely operate the ap- pliance if the pressure in the room in which the heating appliance is installed does not drop more than 4 Pa (0.04 mbar) below at- mospheric pressure. This can be achieved whenever the air needed for combustion is

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able to enter through openings that cannot be sealed, for example in doors, windows, incoming/exhaust air wall boxes or by other technical means. An incoming/ex- haust air wall box alone does not ensure compliance with the limit.

In any case, consult your responsible chim- ney sweep. They are able to assess the house's entire ventilation setup and will suggest the suitable ventilation measures to you.

Unrestricted operation is possible if the ap- pliance is operated exclusively in circulat- ing-air mode.

Risk of poisoning from flue gases being drawn back in. If an extractor hood with an open-flued heat

production source is installed, the power supply for the extractor hood must be provided with a suitable safety switch.

Risk of poisoning from flue gases being drawn back in. Do not emit the exhaust air into a smoke or

exhaust gas flue that is in operation. Do not emit the exhaust air into a shaft that

is used to ventilate installation rooms for heat-producing appliances.

If the exhaust air is to be conveyed into a smoke or exhaust gas flue, you must obtain the consent of the heating engineer re- sponsible.

WARNING  Risk of suffocation! Children may put packaging material over their heads or wrap themselves up in it and suffocate. Keep packaging material away from chil-

dren. Do not let children play with packaging ma-

terial.

WARNING  Risk of fire! Grease deposits in the grease filter may catch fire. The specified safety clearances must be

complied with in order to prevent a build-up of heat.

Observe the specifications for your cooking appliances. If the installation instructions for the cooking appliances specify a different clearance, the larger of the two must al- ways be provided for. If gas hobs and elec- tric hobs are operated together, the largest specified clearance applies.

The grease deposits in the grease filter may catch fire. Never work with naked flames close to the

appliance (e.g. flambing). Do not install the appliance near a heat-

producing appliance for solid fuel (e.g. wood or coal) unless a closed, non-remov- able cover is present. There must be no fly- ing sparks.

WARNING  Risk of injury! Components inside the appliance may have sharp edges. Wear protective gloves. The appliance may fall down if it has not been properly fastened in place. All fastening components must be fixed

firmly and securely in place. Changes to the electrical or mechanical as- sembly are dangerous and may lead to mal- functions. Do not make any changes to the electrical

or mechanical assembly.

WARNING  Risk of electric shock! Sharp-edged components inside the appli- ance may damage the connecting cable. Do not kink or trap the connecting cable. If the appliance or the power cord is dam- aged, this is dangerous. Never operate a damaged appliance. Never pull on the power cord to unplug the

appliance. Always unplug the appliance at the mains.

If the appliance or the power cord is dam- aged, immediately unplug the power cord or switch off the fuse in the fuse box.

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Incorrect repairs are dangerous. Repairs to the appliance should only be

carried out by trained specialist staff. Only use genuine spare parts when repair-

ing the appliance. If the power cord of this appliance is dam-

aged, it must be replaced by trained spe- cialist staff.

Incorrect installation is dangerous. Connect and operate the appliance only in

accordance with the specifications on the rating plate.

Connect the appliance to a power supply with alternating current only via a properly installed socket with earthing.

The protective conductor system of the do- mestic electrical installation must be prop- erly installed.

Never equip the appliance with an external switching device, e.g. a timer or remote control.

When the appliance is installed, the mains plug of the power cord must be freely ac- cessible. If free access is not possible, an all-pole isolating switch must be installed in the permanent electrical installation accord- ing to the conditions of Overvoltage Cat- egory III and according to the installation regulations.

When installing the appliance, check that the power cable is not trapped or dam- aged.

12.5General information Follow these general instructions during the installation. For the installation, observe the currently valid build-

ing regulations and the regulations of the local elec- tricity and gas suppliers.

When discharging the exhaust air, the official and legal regulations, such as the regional building code., must be observed.

In order to freely access the appliance for servicing, select an easy-to-reach installation site.

The surfaces of the appliance are sensitive. Avoid damaging them during installation.

12.6Instructions for the electrical connection In order to safely connect the appliance to the elec- trical system, follow these instructions.

WARNING  Risk of electric shock! It must always be possible to disconnect the appliance from the electricity supply. The appliance must only be connected to a protective contact socket that has been correctly installed. The mains plug for the mains power cable must be

easily accessible after the appliance is installed. If this is not possible, an all-pole isolating switch

must be integrated into the permanent electrical in- stallation according to the conditions of overvoltage category III and according to the installation regula- tions.

The permanent electrical installation must only be wired by a professional electrician. We recommend installing a residual-current circuit breaker (RCCB) in the appliance's power supply circuit.

Sharp-edged components inside the appliance may damage the connecting cable. Do not kink or trap the connecting cable.

The connection data can be found on the rating plate.  Page 9

The connecting cable is approx. 1.30 m long. This appliance complies with the EC interference

suppression regulations. The appliance corresponds to protection class 1.

You should therefore only use the appliance with a protective earth connection.

Do not connect the appliance to the power supply during installation.

Ensure that the protection against contact is guaran- teed during installation.

12.7Information on the installation situation Install this appliance in a kitchen cupboard. To install additional special accessory parts, ob-

serve the enclosed installation instructions. The width of the extractor hood must correspond at

least with the width of the hob. To optimally detect the cooking vapours, install the

appliance in the middle of the hob.

12.8Instructions for the exhaust air pipe The appliance manufacturer does not provide any war- ranty for faults attributable to the pipeline. Use a short, straight exhaust air pipe with as large a

pipe diameter as possible. Long, rough exhaust air pipes, many pipe bends or

small pipe diameters reduce the suction power and increase the fan noise.

Use an exhaust pipe that is made of non-combust- ible material.

To prevent condensate from returning, fit the ex- haust pipe with a 1 gradient from the appliance.

Flat ducts Use flat ducts with an inner cross-section that corres- ponds to the diameter of the round pipes: Diameter of 150 mm corresponds to ap-

prox. 177 cm.

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Diameter of 120 mm corresponds to ap- prox. 113 cm.

Use sealing strips for different pipe diameters. Do not use any flat ducts with sharp bends.

Round pipes Use round pipes with an inner diameter of 150 mm (re- commended) or at least 120 mm.

12.9Instructions for the air extraction mode For air extraction mode, a one-way flap should be in- stalled. Notes If a one-way flap is not included with the appliance,

one can be ordered from a specialist retailer. If the exhaust air is conveyed through the external

wall, a telescopic duct should be used.

12.10Installation Checking the units 1. Check whether the fitted unit is level and has suffi-

cient load-bearing capacity. The maximum weight of the appliance is 12 kg. Do not place items weighing more than 10 kg on each side of the appliance. Note: Note the furniture manufacturer's specifica- tions with regard to the load-bearing capacity of the fitted unit.

2. Ensure that the fitted unit is heat-resistant up to 90 C.

3. Ensure that the fitted unit is still stable after the cut- outs have been made.

Preparing the units Requirement: The unit is suitable for the installation. 1. Cover the hob to prevent damage. 2. Detach the cabinet door. 3. Make the cut-out for the exhaust pipe in the cabinet.

4. Make the cut-out for the exhaust pipe in the interme- diate floor. Make the recess for the mains connection.

5. Ensure that the fitted unit is still stable after the cut- outs have been made.

6. Place the installation aid on the inside of the cabinet and mark the fixing points .

7. Use a bradawl to mark the fixing points.

8. For a wall thickness of 16 mm: Place the installation aids on the rails and screw the rails into the side walls of the cabinet .

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9. For a wall thickness of 18 mm and 19 mm: Screw in the rails without the installation aid.

Preparing the appliance 1. Note:

Avoid damaging sensitive surfaces when in- stalling the appliance.

For a cabinet depth (outer dimension) between 320 mm and 340 mm, use the narrow wall filler strip.

For a cabinet depth (outer dimension) between 340 mm and 360 mm, use the wide wall filler strip.

Screw the lower wall filler strip onto the appliance.

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2. Mount the upper wall filler strip.

3. For a cabinet depth (outer dimension) between 330mm and 360mm, mount the channel depth ad- justment.

Installing the appliance 1. Place the mains plug to the side of the appliance.

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2. Slide the appliance up to at least halfway into the rails and guide the mains plug through the cut-out

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3. Slide the appliance as far as it will go into the cab- inet.

4. Fit the ducting. 5. Note: Carefully position the duct in order to protect

the appliance against scratches. Gently push the duct against the fan box using both hands and slide it back until the duct clicks into place .

6. Gently push against the appliance with one hand and carefully open the glass panel.

7. Note: Ensure that the front of the appliance does not protrude over the front of the cabinet after it is screwed in. Tighten the threaded pins through the recess in the rail hand-tight until the appliance is flush with the cabinet.

8. Insert the covers.

9. Remove the grease filters.

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10. Note: Cabinets that hang freely on the wall or only adhere to one side of another cabinet must be stabilised using additional screws. If your cabinet is supported by additional cabinets from both sides, you can skip this step.

To stabilise the cabinet walls, screw in the screws on the right and left using a screwdriver.

11. Insert the mains plug. 12. Remove the protective film from the grease filters

and insert the grease filters into the appliance. 13. Refit the cabinet door. 14. Note: Ensure that the safety mat does not protrude

over the front of the appliance. Measure the flat surface and trim the safety mats to size.

15. Insert the safety mats.

Removing the appliance 1. Unplug the mains plug. 2. Detach the cabinet door. 3. Remove the grease filters. 4. If the cabinet walls have been stabilised with 2

wooden screws, unscrew both screws.

5. Note: Before removing the appliance, remove any objects from the shelf. Carefully remove the covers.

6. Open the glass panel and unscrew the threaded pins in the rail.

7. Remove the safety mats on both sides. 8. Push in the two locking points at the side and

carefully remove the duct .

9. Loosen the pipework. 10. Close the glass panel and remove the appliance

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11. Unscrew the rails and, if used, unscrew the installa- tion aids.

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