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PDF Content Summary: Heritage Wall-Mount Range Hoods HWHE30/36/48; HWHP30/36/48 Part No. 113917 Rev. A APPROVED FOR USE WITH ALL DACOR® RANGES AND COOKTOPS. TESTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE LATEST EDITION OF ANSI/UL 507 STANDARD FOR ELECTRIC FANS AND CAN/CSA-C22.2 NO. 115 STANDARD FOR FANS AND VENTILATORS. Installation Instructions Table of Contents Important Safety Instructions .......................................... 1 Installation Instructions .................................................. 10 Important Information About Safety Instructions .............. 1 Marking the Centerlines ................................................... 10 General Safety Precautions ............................................. 2 Installing the Holding Brackets ....................................... 10 Product Specifications .................................................... 3 Rotating the Blower(s) for Rear Exhaust ........................11 General Specifications ..................................................... 3 Assembling the Filters .................................................... 13 Weight Specifications ....................................................... 3 Using the Dual to Single Transition Kit# AHT10 ............ 14 Dimensions ...................................................................... 4 Hanging the Range Hood .............................................. 15 Preparation and Setup ...................................................... 6 Hardwiring the Hood ...................................................... 16 Parts List .......................................................................... 6 Inserting the Light Bulbs ................................................ 17 Needed Tools/Hardware ................................................... 6 Verifying the Setup ......................................................... 19 Meeting Electrical Codes ................................................. 6 The Installation Checklist ............................................... 19 Installing the Electrical Source ......................................... 7 Wiring Diagrams .............................................................. 20 Meeting Installation Requirements ................................... 7 Planning the Ductwork ..................................................... 8 Preparing the Mounting Location ..................................... 9 Before You Begin... Important: • Installer: For safety reasons and to minimize problems, read these Installation Instructions completely and carefully before starting the installation process. Leave these installation instructions with the consumer. Write the data-plate information (model no., serial no.) in the User Manual before you install the unit. • Customer: Keep these Installation Instructions for reference and the local electrical inspector’s use. If You Need Help... ...with questions or installation issues, or for repair/operation/warranty issues concerning the hood, call the Dacor Customer Assurance. Before calling, have available the hood’s model and serial numbers, which are on the hood’s data plate (see below). Dacor Customer Assurance Phone: 833-35-ELITE (833-353-5483) USA, Canada Mon – Fri 5:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. Pacific Time Website: dacor.com/customer-care/contact-us Appliance Data Plate This label contains the model and serial numbers, and electrical requirements. The data plate is inside the hood above the filters on the chassis’ back wall. (Remove the filters to view the data plate.) All specifications are subject to change without notice. Dacor assumes no liability for changes to specifications. © 2018 Dacor, all rights reserved. Important Safety Instructions Important Information About Safety Symbols and Labels Safety Instructions DANGER • The Important Safety Instructions and warnings in this Immediate hazards that WILL result in severe personal manual cannot cover all possible issues. Use common injury or death. sense and caution when installing the hood. • Contact Dacor Customer Assurance about issues you WARNING cannot resolve (contact information on previous page). Hazards or unsafe practices that COULD result in severe personal injury or death. CAUTION Hazards or unsafe practices that MIGHT result in minor personal injury or property damage. DANGER To avoid the possibility of explosion or fire, do not store or use combustible, flammable or explosive vapors and liquids (such as gasoline) inside or in the vicinity of this or any other appliance. Also keep items that could explode, such as aerosol cans away from cooktop burners, ovens and range hoods. Do not store flammable or explosive materials in adjacent cabinets or areas. WARNING If the information in this manual is not followed exactly, a fire or explosion may result causing property damage, personal injury or death. WARNING WARNING - TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK, OR INJURY TO PERSONS, OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING: a) Use this unit only in the manner intended by the manufacturer. If you have questions, contact the manufacturer. b) Before servicing or cleaning unit, switch power off at service panel and lock the service disconnecting means to prevent power from being switched on accidentally. When the service disconnecting means cannot be locked, securely fasten a prominent warning device, such as a tag, to the service panel. WARNING WARNING – TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK, OR INJURY TO PERSONS, OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING: a) Installation work and electrical wiring must be done by qualified person(s) in accordance with all applicable codes and standards, including fire-rated construction. b) Sufficient air is needed for proper combustion and exhausting of gases through the flue(chimney) of fuel burning equipment to prevent back drafting. Follow the heating equipment manufacturer’s guideline and safety standards such as those published by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), and the American Society for Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), and the local code authorities. c) When cutting or drilling into wall or ceiling, do not damage electrical wiring and other hidden utilities. d) Ducted fans must always be vented to the outdoors. READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS 1 2 Important Safety Instructions General Safety Precautions To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, serious injury, or death when using your range hood, follow basic safety precau- tions, including these: • Use the hood only as outlined in this manual. Do NOT use the hood to vent hazardous/explosive materials or vapors. If you have questions, contact Dacor (contact info on Pg. 1). • If you receive a damaged product, immediately contact your dealer/builder. Do not install/use a damaged hood. • Verify that the hood was properly installed and grounded by a qualified installer according to procedures in this guide. Have the installer show you the fuse or junction box so you can turn the power ON/OFF as needed. • Install or locate this appliance only in accordance with these installation instructions and the requirements specified by the manufacturer of the cooktop or range. Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service, or maintenance can cause serious personal injury or property damage. • Do not install/repair/replace any part of the range hood unless specifically recommended by the procedures in this guide. A qualified service technician should perform all other service. Contact the nearest Dacor authorized service representative at (800) 793-0093, or at dacor.com for examination, repair or adjustment. • Do not use an extension cord or adapter plug with this appliance. • To avoid risk of electric shock: - Before service is performed, switch power off at the fuse/junction box, and lock the electrical-panel door so power cannot be switched on accidentally. If the electrical panel cannot be locked, securely fasten a prominent warning device (e.g., tag) to the panel. - Before cleaning the hood, turn off the main power switch (Pg. 3). • Read the Use and Care Manual completely before using the appliance. Clean the appliance only as instructed in the Use and Care Manual. Use only the cleaners specified. • Do not tamper with the controls. • Never let the filters become blocked/clogged, or foreign objects (e.g., cigarettes, napkins) be sucked into the hood. • To avoid a fire hazard: - If the appliance is by a window, do not use window coverings that could blow over the cooking surface and hood. - Use only metal ducting. • Always run the hood fans when using your range/cooktop. • Never let children: - alone in the vicinity of an operating range/cooktop - sit/stand on/play with your range/cooktop/hood; or store items of interest to children above/around these appliances. - play with packaging materials; plastic bags can cause suffocation. • The minimum vertical distance between the cooking surface and the bottom-most part of the hood must be at least 30” (76.2 cm). Consult the instructions in this manual for the minimum vertical distance in your specific case. • Do not attempt to use this appliance during a continuous power outage. • To reduce risk of a grease fire: - never leave the range/cooktop unattended at high settings; boil-overs cause smoking and greasy spill-overs that may ignite; heat oils slowly on low/ medium settings - always turn the hood ON if cooking at high heat or when flambéing food (e.g., Crepes Suzette, Cherries Jubilee, Peppercorn Beef Flambé) - clean ventilating fans frequently; do not let grease accumulate on the filter or other hood components - always use cookware appropriate to the size of the surface element or grate. • TO REDUCE RISK OF PERSONAL INJURY FROM A GREASE FIRE: - CAREFULLY SMOTHER FLAMES with a close-fitting lid, cookie sheet, or metal tray, then turn off the burner. If the flames do not die immediately, EVACUATE, THEN CALL THE FIRE DEPARTMENT. - NEVER PICK UP A FLAMING PAN. - DO NOT try to extinguish flames with water or wet dish cloths/towels; a violent steam explosion may result. • (FOR GREASE FIRES) USE A FIRE EXTINGUISHER ONLY IF: - you have a Class ABC extinguisher and know how to operate it - the fire is small and contained in its area of origin - the fire department is being called - you can fight the fire with your back to an exit. WARNING Product Specifications General Specifications All Models: HWHP, HWHE Individual Models: HWHP, HWHE Features Description Model Weight Blower Speeds Four (4) 3012 51 lbs. (23 kg) Filters Baffle style, dishwasher safe 3018, -3612 53 lbs. (24 kg) Exhaust(s) 8-in. duct diameter 3618 57 lbs. (26 kg) Total Connect Load 120V, 60 Hz, 9 Amp. Max. (10.0 Amp Max. surge) Weight Specifications 4812 70 lbs. (32 kg) Dimmable LED: PAR16 4818 77 lbs. (35 kg) Lights E26/27; 120V, 7.5W (75W Max. other bulbs) Individual Models: HWHP, HWHE Individual Models: HWHP, HWHE Model # Top Vent Rear Vent Rotatable Fan Components 48 36 30 3012 x x x Lights 4 3 2 3018 x x x Filters 4 3 2 3612 x x x Blowers 2 1 1 3618 x x x Exhaust Vents 2 1 1 4812 x x x Blower Rating 1200 CFM 600 CFM 600 CFM 4818 x x x 3 4 Product Specifications Dimensions (Electrical/Ductwork Connections) Connect electrical wires and ductwork through the top or rear of the hood. Before installing the hood, mark the access holes according to the diagrams below. (Tolerances: ±1/16” unless otherwise stated.) Dimensions: Top Electrical Access Holes (HWHP, HWHE) Model A B C 48 (3.81 1 1/2 cm) in. (12.7 5 in. cm) (7.62 3 in. cm) 36 1 1/2 in. 4 1/2 in. 3 in. (3.81 cm) (11.43 cm) (7.62 cm) 30 (3.81 1 1/2 cm) in. (13.97 5 1/2 in. cm) (7.62 3” cm) Top Connections: All Models Dimensions: Rear Electrical Access Holes (HWHP, HWHE) Model A B C 48 (2.54 1 in. cm) (12.7 5 in. cm) (7.62 3 in. cm) 36 1 in. 4 1/2 in. 3 in. (2.54 cm) (11.43 cm) (7.62 cm) 30 (2.54 1 in. cm) (13.97 5 1/2 cm) in. (7.62 3” cm) Rear Connections: All Models Product Specifications Dimensions Tolerances: ±1/16” unless otherwise stated. Single Blower: Single Blower: HWHP 30, 36 Series HWHE 30, 36 Series Dual Blower: Dual Blower: HWHP 48 Series HWHE 48 Series HWHP Hood Dimensions Model A B C D 3012 29 7/8” (75.9 cm) 24” (61 cm) HWHE Hood Dimensions 3612 35 7/8” (91.1 cm) 4812 47 7/8” (121.6 cm) 12” 11 (30.48 cm) 7/8” (30.2 cm) 3018 3618 4818 29 7/8” (75.9 cm) 35 7/8” (91.1 cm) 47 7/8” (121.6 cm) 24” (61 cm) 18” (45.7 cm) 11 7/8” (30.2 cm) Model A B C D 3012 29 7/8” (75.9 cm) 25 1/2” (63.8 cm) 3612 35 7/8” (91.1 cm) 4812 47 7/8” (121.6 cm) 12” 11 (30.48 cm) 7/8” (30.2 cm) 3018 29 7/8” (75.9 cm) 25 1/2” 3618 35 7/8” (91.1 cm) (63.8 4818 47 7/8” (121.6 cm) cm) 18” (45.7 cm) 11 7/8” (30.2 cm) 5 Preparation and Setup Parts List Needed Tools/Hardware Part Qty Example Have these items available before starting the installation. Hood Installation Phillips screwdriver Level Hood (models Flathead screwdriver Junction box vary in size/ 1 appearance) Pencil/marking tool Jigsaw Wire connector caps 8” Ducting Wire stripper Foil tape Drill, bits Sheet-metal screws Grease channel 1 Dual-to-Single Vent Transition Kit (option) Dacor Kit #AHT10 Sheet-metal screws 10” Ducts, ducting material Foil tape Drill, bits Baffle-style filter 48” (4) w/knobs (ready- 36” (3) Blower Rotation (option) to-assemble kit) 30” (2) Phillips screwdriver 5/16” Nut driver Holding brackets, hardware 2 Meeting Electrical Codes WARNING Make sure a licensed electrician installs the electrical service to the range hood. Dimmable LED light bulbs 48” (4) 36” (3) 30” (2) • The owner is responsible for verifying that all electrical requirements are met by the qualified electrician servicing this appliance. • The electrical installation (incl. the minimum supply- wire size and grounding) must comply with the National Electric code ANSI/NFPA (or latest revision), local Light- replacement tool 1 codes, and ordinances. Obtain a copy of the ANSI/NFPA standard from: National Fire Protection Association 1 Batterymarch Park Quincy, Massachusetts 02269-9101 Product literature • The ground terminal on the hood must be connected (Installation, User 2 to a grounded, metallic, permanent wiring system, or a manuals) grounding conductor installed by a licensed electrician. • Do not ground the appliance or appliance wiring to a gas pipeline or to the neutral (white) power supply wire. • Do not install a fuse in the neutral or ground circuit. Dacor cleaning cream 1 • Connect the hood directly to an electrical junction STAINLESS STEEL CLEANER box. Hard-wire the hood according to local code directly to a dedicated three-wire grounded, single phase circuit rated at 120 Vac 60 Hz, 15 Amp. 6 Preparation and Setup

• See the diagram below: Top/Rear Electrical Access Holes for wire hole locations inside the hood. • See Wiring Diagrams at the end of this document. Top/Rear Electrical Access Holes Installing the Electrical Source In compliance with local codes, install an electrical junction box near the hood’s electrical access holes. Junction Box Area Hood 1. In the cabinet or wall, drill 7/8” holes through which to pass the electrical wiring. 2. See the last pages of this guide for wiring diagrams. Meeting Installation Requirements • The hood must be at least as wide as the cooktop. • Install the hood and cooking appliance(s) so they can be removed for service. Min. Width of E: Upper-Cabinet Cutout, Appliance Width 3612, 3618 36 in. (91.5 cm) 4812, 4818 48 in. (121.9 cm) WARNING

• Dimensions must meet or fall within the given minimums. • Dimensions given are minimum clearances unless other- wise noted. • All contact surfaces between the hood and cabinetry/ walls must be sturdy, solid, and at right angles. HWHP, HWHE E 3012, 3018 30 in. (76.2 cm) All tolerances: ±1/16”, unless otherwise stated. IMPORTANT See the diagram for minimum installed distance from hood bottom to cooking surface. The minimum distance may be higher for the cooking unit used. Check the cooking unit manufacturer specifications. Observe local ordinances regarding all facets of the project during planning and installation. Contact the local building department for details. 7 Preparation and Setup Planning the Ductwork WARNING • To keep combustion byproducts, smoke, or odors out of the home, and to improve efficiency, tape all duct joints securely. • Range hoods may impede flow of smoke and combustion gases from furnaces, gas waterheaters, and fireplaces. To avoid draw- ing lethal gases into the home, follow manufacturer directions for these devices and NFPA/ASHRAE recommendations. • Failure to install a remote blower or proper ductwork may cause a backdraft and insufficient venting of smoke/fumes. • DO NOT add an in-line or external blower to lengthen the duct. Even small differences between blower air-flow rates can greatly reduce the hood’s air draw. A B Duct-Length Calculation Table The type of duct determines the hood’s maximum straight duct length.Duct Type Maximum Duct Run 8-inch Round 60 feet 10-inch Round 50 feet 3 1/4-in x 10-in Rectangular 50 feet For each new elbow and transition, subtract “equivalent lengths” from the total maximum duct run to compensate for wind resistance. To determine your maximum length, start with the your duct run’s total max. length, then subtract all of the ductwork CAUTION equivalent lengths. (See the chart.) To reduce risk of fire and to properly exhaust air, duct air Ductwork Equivalent Lengths outside the house or building. Do not vent air into wall spaces, ceilings, attics, crawlspaces, or garages. Piece Subtract 8” 90° Elbow 7 feet 8” 45° Elbow 3 feet 10” 90° Elbow 5 feet 10” 45° Elbow 2 feet 3” x 10” to Round 90° Transition 25 feet • Local building codes may require use of makeup air sys- 31⁄4” x 10” to 8”/10” Round Transition 4 feet tems with ventilation systems that move air at greater than the specified rate (CFM), which rates depend on locale. Wall Cap w/Damper When designing the system, consult an HVAC specialist Roof Cap * for local requirements and to ensure optimal performance. *Equivalent lengths of roof and wall caps vary with model and configuration. • All ductwork material (incl. screws and foil tape) must be purchased separately by the customer. • Ductwork must not interfere with floor joists or wall studs. Ductwork Tips • On dual-exhaust models, the two 8” exhausts may be merged into one 10” duct using Dacor transition kit WARNING During duct installation, ensure the damper flaps on top of the hood can open freely. • Minimize transitions, turns, and sharp angles (ex: two stag- gered 45° angles are better than one sharp 90° angle). AHT10. See page 14 for details. • Keep turns as far away from the hood exhaust as pos- • Fasten all joints with sheet-metal screws, and seal with sible; keep as much space between bends as possible. certified duct/foil tape. • For best performance, use round instead of rectangular ducting, especially when elbows are needed. • If multiple elbows are used, try to keep at least 24 inches of straight duct between each elbow. • Do not use “S” or back-to-back adjacent elbows. • In very cold-weather regions, use thermal breaks (i.e., short sections of non-metallic duct) to avoid indoor heat loss. Put the break as close to the outside wall as possible. • Do not use flexible metal ducting, or ductwork smaller than what the tables advise. • The hood exhaust connects to an 8” round duct. You can Typically, the blower vents through hood top (A, above); however, the blower can be rotated to vent through the hood rear (B). When planning ductwork, always find the increase the duct size over the duct run if desired. • Never reduce duct size over the run. If existing ductwork is under 8 inches in diameter, replace it with 8” ductwork. shortest, most direct route to the outside. • Always xonnect all duct sections with sheet-metal screws, then seal joints with certified duct/foil tape. 8 Preparation and Setup • Support the weight of the ducting with sheet-metal screws as needed. • To prevent backdraft, a damper at the duct outlet may be required. WARNING • Electricity to the range hood should be installed only by a licensed electrician. • Observe all governing codes and ordinances during site prep- aration and installation. Contact your local building depart- ment for details. • Improperly anchoring the hood to the wall may cause per- sonal injury if unit falls. • To prevent electric shock and property damage, do not drill or cut in the vicinity of plumbing and electrical wiring. • Use the temporary holding brackets to support the hood only until permanent anchoring is secured. Preparing the Mounting Location Holding brackets and hardware are provided to temporarily support the hood during the permanent installation process. • (If mounting the hood to brick or masonry) Select anchors that can support the hood’s full weight. • Ensure the mounting surface is properly reinforced to support the hood’s full weight. • If mounting the unit to drywall or a plastered surface, install a reinforced mounting block between the studs. • Attach screws directly to the studs and cabinets if they align with the mounting holes in the hood back/top. Brackets for clarity enlarged HWHP, HWHE Weight 3012 51 lbs. (23 kg) 3018, 3612 53 lbs. (24 kg) 3618 57 lbs. (26 kg) 4812 70 lbs. (32 kg) 4818 77 lbs. (35 kg) Mounting Block Support Structures Within Wall 9 10 Installation Instructions

Marking the Centerlines These measurements and marks are for centering and leveling the hood, marking the duct cutouts, and installing the holding brackets (which brackets temporarily support the hood as you mount it permanently). Have a marking tool, tape measure, and level ready. 1. Position the hood as it will be when installed (e.g., for a top-vent installation, set the hood with the vents on top). 2. Measure the distance from the edge of the hood to the center of the exhaust port. 3. Transfer that measurement to the wall (for a rear vent), or overhead (for top vent). Measure the X and Y axes to find the centerline. 4. Extend the line down 10 inches (25.4 cm). 5. Cut a hole 1 inch larger than the duct. (Dual-exhaust models require two holes.) Top-Exhaust Centerline (single-/dual-format) Measurement Location Measurement: in. (cm) A 9 7/8 in. (25.08 cm) B 14 1/8 in. (35.88 cm) C 48 in. (121.92 cm) D 24 in. (60.96) IMPORTANT Users of the dual-exhaust format will need to install the AHT10 Dual-to-Single Transition Kit. (See the section Using the Dual-to-Single Transition Kit #AHT10 on Page 12 for installation instructions.) Rear-Exhaust Centerline

Installing the Holding Brackets IMPORTANT: To avoid alignment problems during final installation, do not place the holding brackets above/below/ off the centerline. 1. Mark the holding bracket’s horizontal centerline 2 1/8 inches (54 cm) below the top of the hood. 2. Next, mark the holding bracket’s two vertical centerlines. Refer to the table and image on right. 3. Measure and mark the “F” distance. 4. Lay the bracket against the wall, and align the screwholes with the horizontal centerline. Be sure to use anchors/screws that can support the hood; be sure to properly reinforce drywall installations. 5. Mark the two holes in the bracket. 6. Drill those two holes for screws or anchors. 7. Attach the brackets securely to the wall.

Installing the Holding Brackets, cont. Rotating the Blower(s) for Rear Exhaust

Installation Instructions

Holding-Bracket Centerline Distance HWHP, HWHE A 3012, 3018 12 1/2 in (31.8 cm) 3612, 3618 7 1/8 in (18.1 cm) 4812, 4818 17 in (43.2 cm) Marking the Centerlines and Brackets Attaching the Brackets to the Wall Perform this procedure before you hang the hood. WARNING • Only install the hood if the electrical service provided meets the hood’s specifications. • Observe all governing codes and ordinances during installation. Contact your local building department for details. • Only a qualified technician may install this built-in appli- ance. Multiple persons are needed to lift the hood into place. The owner shall verify proper installation. • 10” ducts, ducting material

Top Exhaust Rear Exhaust The blowers (fans) can be rotated so air vents out the back of the hood. The hood comes from the factory in the top-exhaust con- figuration; if you intend to use that configuration, you do not need to alter the blower’s position. If, however, the hood will be installed in a rear-exhaust configuration, the blowers must be rotated so the exhaust vents through the rear of the hood. Tools Needed 5/16” Nut driver Cable ties • AHT10 Transition kit (option), metal screws, foil tape 8” Duct and ducting materials Phillips screwdriver 11 12 Installation Instructions Rotating the Blower(s) for Rear Exhaust, cont. The images in this section were chosen to illustrate the intended information and may not exactly represent the hood being installed. Disassembling Parts 1. Unhook and remove the grease channel. 2. (Taking care not to scratch the hood) Place the hood as- sembly on a large, flat surface. 3. Remove the duct collar from the hood top. (Save the collar and screws.) Removing the Blower(s) 1. Carefully set the hood on its back to access the bottom. 2. Find the end of the cable assembly plugged into the bottom left of the blower, then squeeze and unplug the connector. (To avoid damaging the cable assembly con- tacts and wires, always pull by the connector.) 3. Unscrew the cable clamp(s), and remove the hardware that holds the blower and L-bracket (previous graphic). 4. Detach the blower and plate, and place them nearby. Orientating the Blower/Vent L-Brackets 1. Unscrew, and remove the L-bracket that is in the default top-venting orientation. Top of Hood Back of Grease Channel Hood Duct Collar Default Orientation: Blower/Vent L-Bracket Top Vent Open Rear Vent Closed 2. Turn and align the L-bracket so the hole is in back of the Back of Hood hood, allowing a rear-venting configuration. Back of Hood blower plate L-Bracket Top of Hood Blower/Vent L-Bracket Rotated Blower Orientation: Top Vent Closed Rear Vent Open Installation Instructions Rotating the Blower(s) for Rear Exhaust, cont. Orientating the Blower(s) The blower(s) must be correctly positioned. Ensure the blower I/O port is against the back of the hood. Compare it with this graphic: Blower I/O port (on right when facing back of hood) Back of Hood Front of Hood Assembling the Filters Filters are boxed separately and must be assembled during installation. All needed knobs and hardware are included with the filters. For correct orientation, ensure the top of the filter faces up. The filter’s face has: • plastic peel-away coating • beveled lip on the inside frame Blower • screw holes on the ridge (not down in the trough) tip extends here Bottom of Hood 1. Turn the hood on its top so the tip of the blower can HWHP/HWHE/RNHP/RNHE Baffle-Style Filter extend beyond the exit vent. Instructions 2. Insert the blower into the exit vent with this specific placement: When standing at the back of the hood and looking down at the blower (previous graphic): • The blower I/O port must be on the right 1. Remove the plastic coating, and make sure the beveled lip faces up. 2. Align the screw, lock washer, and knob with the filter. Make sure the knob is on the ridge, and the screw and lock washer are in the trough. • The blower exhaust port must be against the hood back. 3. Twist and tighten the knob onto each washer/screw. Finalizing the Rear-Vent Setup 1. Refasten the cable clamps and assembly to the hood. 4. Continue the hood installation, then install the filters after hanging the hood. 2. Connect the cable assembly to the blower’s I/O port. 3. Attach the duct collars to the back of the hood. Replacement Part # Description 702579 Baffle Filter Kit (1 pc + hardware) 702580 Baffle Filter Kit (2 pc + hardware) 4. Return the hood to a safe, upright position. 13 Leave one long edge straight down (unbent). (This lip acts as a bracket.) Other edges bent out Installation Instructions

Using the Dual-to-Single Transition Kit #AHT10 On dual-exhaust models, the two 8” duct exhausts can be transitioned into one 10” duct. Assemble the Dacor transition kit #AHT10 (sold separately) before you hang the hood. This transition kit fits over the top/rear ventilation exits. Preparing the AHT10 Create a lip around the transition kit by bending the bot- tom edges outward at right angles, creating a 3/4” flange around the base. Bending the Flange (12”-Tall Hoods) Rear vent only, Models 3012, 3612, 4812 Bending the Flange (18”-Tall Hoods) • Top vent: Models 3018, 3618, 4818 • Rear vent: Models: 3018, 3618, 4818 IMPORTANT For rear-vent, 12-in. tall hood configurations (Models 3012, 3612, 4812), leave one of the long edges straight. 14 Top-Vent Configuration 12”-/18”-Tall Hood, Top-Vent Configuration and 18”-Tall Hood, Rear-Vent Configuration This procedure instructs you how to install the AHT10 tran- sistion kit for top- and rear-vent configurations. • Top-vent configuration comprises Models 3012, 3018, 3612, 3618, 4812, and 4818. • Rear-vent configuration comprises Models 3018, 3618, 4818 with 18-in. height requirement. • The transition kit does not include the sheet-metal screws needed for installing the hood. 1. Center the transition kit over the duct collars.

Installing the AHT10 All four corners bent outward 90° Installation Instructions Unbent flange overlaps top of hood Hanging the Hood WARNING Hanging the range hood requires two people. Do not lift the hood unassisted. IMPORTANT Take care not to scratch/damage the hood. 1. Remove the plastic film from the hood. Rear-Vent IMPORTANT Configuration Hanging slots in the hood back engage the holding brack- ets to support the hood temporarily during installation. 2. Drill screwholes hood top. 3. With sheet-metal in the flanges, being sure to pierce the 2. Lift, and slip the hood onto the holding brackets through screws, fasten the AHT10 unit to the the hanging slots in the hood back. hood. 4. With foil tape/duct tape, seal the AHT10 unit’s base. Holding brackets 12”-Tall Hood, Rear-Vent Configuration This procedure instructs you how to install the AHT10 tran- sistion kit for 12”-tall rear-vent configuration, comprising Models 3012, 3612, and 4812. 1. Center the transition kit over the duct collars, laying the unbent flange on the hood’s top edge. 2. Drill screwholes in the flanges, being sure to pierce the hood top/back. 3. With sheet-metal screws, fasten the AHT10 unit to the hood. 4. With foil tape/duct tape, seal the AHT10 unit’s base. 3. Adjust the hood into its final position. 4. Mark the spot by drawing in a mounting hole in the back of the hood. (This is where a screw will hold the hood to the wall stud or concrete anchor.) 15 16 5. (If needed) Mark the top of the hood if the configuration calls for the hood to be secured at the top. 6. Remove the hood from the wall. 7. Drill the pilot or anchor holes. (If using anchors, insert them into the anchor holes.) 8. Re-engage the hood to the holding brackets. 9. Adjust the hood into its final position, and fasten it in place: Hardwiring the Hood WARNING • To avoid electric shock/fire hazard: Before you con- nect the electrical wiring, turn OFF power to the hood’s power-supply line at the fuse box or circuit breaker. • Miswiring the hood’s electrical wiring can cause an electric shock or fire hazard and could damage the hood’s electrical system. (See Pgs. 17-19.) • Do not ground the wires to the neutral (white) wire. Connect the ground wire to a separate, properly grounded wire installed by a licensed electrician. • Use only proper-gauge wire that meets all codes and can accommodate the total connected loads. 1. Shut power OFF at the circuit breaker or fusebox. 2. Feed the cable assembly through the hood. 3. Connect the cable assembly to the blower. 4. Connect the hood wiring to an electrical junction box on a dedicated circuit. (See Wire Diagrams.) Installation Instructions Junction-Box Wire Diagram Hardwiring the Hood, cont. Not used To Junction Box Neutral (white) N1Ground (green) Gnd Hot (black) L1Power Terminals inside Hood Control-Panel Wire Diagram Installation Instructions WARNING • Do not ground the circuit to a gas line. • Do not ground the circuit to a hot water pipe. • Insulated water lines must be jumped to assure continuity to the ground. (See below.) To house circuit Separate No. 10 (minimum) breaker panel or copper ground wire fuse box Wire nut, Meter 3 places WHITE WHITE Fasten clamp tightly No. on metal pipe Clamps Junction box Bare metal Insulated Pipe Jumper To Range Hood (if necessary) 4 copper wire GREEN GREEN BLACK BLACKUL/CSA-approved NEMA strain relief Grounding by External Cold-Water Pipe Inserting Light Bulbs Be sure to use dimmable bulbs. The electronic board was designed for dimmable lights. Using non-dimmable bulbs causes damage and faulty performance. Before changing bulbs, shut the main circuit breaker OFF. An electrical short while the main power circuit is ON, can cause significant damage. If needed, clean the lens surface so the suction cup will stick to it. Perform this procedure for each hood light. 1. Attach the suction cup to the lens of a dimmable light bulb (both supplied, see the graphic at right). 2. Screw the bulb into the light fixture, and remove the suction cup. 3. Switch the main circuit power ON. Replacement Part # Description 702666 Dimmable LED Bulb Replacement Kit (1 bulb + 1 suction-cup tool) 17 Verifying the Setup 1. Turn OFF the main power switch. OFF ON 2. Turn power ON at the circuit panel or fusebox. 3. Turn ON the main power switch. The button panel flashes several times during startup. 4. Insert the filters gently: a. Do not scratch the back of the grease channel! b. Set the front edge into the clip, and press forward. 18 Installation Instructions FAN LIGHTS TIMER Feature-Button Panel c. (Taking care not to scratch the grease channel or other hood/filter surfaces) Lift the rear edge above the grease channel. d. Set the filter rear edge onto the grease channel. 5. On the hood feature-button panel, press the LIGHTS button to verify that all lights turn on. 6. Press the LIGHTS button again to turn the lights to the Low setting. 7. Press the LIGHTS button again to turn the lights off. 8. Press/release the FAN button to verify that one fan- speed indicator turns on and the fan is on at low speed. 9. Slowly press/release the FAN button three times: a. to verify that the number of lights and fan speed increases each time, then b. press the FAN button again to turn the fan OFF If the Hood Fails to Function Correctly: 1. Verify that power is supplied to the hood. 2. Remove the right-most filter to access the main power switch behind the button panel, and confirm the main power switch is ON. 3. Verify that the electrical connections are correctly done. 4. Perform the Verify the Setup procedure again. IMPORTANT If the hood still does not work, contact Dacor Distinctive Service: (800) 793-0093 x2822. Do not try to repair the appliance yourself. Dacor is not responsible for service required to correct a faulty installation. Installation Checklist WARNING • To ensure a safe and correct installation, this checklist should be completed by the installer to ensure com- plete and proper installation. • The homeowner is responsible for the Dacor range hood’s proper installation, the importance of which can- not be overstated. □ The hood is properly attached to the wall per the instruc- □ tions Ducting on is Pgs. fully 10 installed; and 15. joints are secured with sheet- □ metal The hood screws is wired/grounded and wrapped with as instructed foil tape. See and Pg. per 19. all □ □ □ applicable Filters The Any Main Power Switch Detail/ Hood Bottom electric codes. See Pgs. 7, 19. are assembled as instructed on Pg. 18. setup was verified. problems were noted on the warranty card or during the online warranty activation. The warranty card was Grease channel Filter completed and mailed, or the warranty activated online. Wiring Diagrams HWHP3012, -3018; HWHE3012, -3018 WIRING DIAGRAM: HWHP/HWHE Wiring Diagram: 1-Blower, 2-Light Models 19 20 Wiring Diagrams HWHP3612, -3618; HWHE3612, -3618 WIRING DIAGRAM: HWHP/HWHE Wiring Diagram: 1-Blower, 3-Light Models Wiring Diagrams HWHP4812, -4818; HWHE4812, -4818 WIRING DIAGRAM: HWHP/HWHE, RNHP/RNHE Wiring Diagram: 2-Blower, 4-Light Models 21 Dacor ● 14425 Clark Avenue, City of Industry, CA 91745 ● Phone: (800) 793-0093 ● Fax: (626) 403-3130 ● dacor.com


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