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PDF Content Summary: Installation Instructions Downdraft Vent HRV46, MRV3015*, MRV3615*, MRV48, MRV3015gER, MRV36gER, MRV48-ER Includes installation instructions for Dacor cabinet blower CABP3, which is an option for the indicated* models. Part No. 113910 Rev E Use these downdraft vents only with approved Dacor® appliances. See the instructions in this manual to determine suitability with the companion appliance. Table of Contents Important Safety Instructions .......................................... 1 Installation Specifications ................................................ 6 Safety Symbols and Labels ............................................. 1 General Safety Precautions ............................................. 2 Product Specifications ..................................................... 2 Electrical Specifications ................................................... 2 Dimensions: MRV3015, MRV3615....................................3 Dimensions: HRV46, MRV48............................................4 Dimensions: MRV3015-ER, MRV36-ER, MRV48-ER......5 Before You Begin... Planning the Installation ................................................... 6 Planning the Duct Work ................................................... 8 Installation Instructions .................................................. 12 Installation Preparation .................................................. 12 Installing the Downdraft Vent in the Cutout ................... 13 Verifying Proper Operation ............................................. 16 Installation Checklist ...................................................... 16 Wiring Diagram: All Models ............................................ 17 CABP3 Cabinet Blower Ratings ..................................... 17 • Installer: In the interest of safety and to minimize problems, read these installation instructions completely and care- fully before you begin the installation process. Leave these installation instructions with the customer. • Customer: Keep these installation instructions for future reference and the local electrical inspector’s use. Customer Assurance Information If You Need Help... For installation or warranty questions/issues, contact Dacor Customer Assurance. Have available the vent’s model and serial numbers, which are on the data label on the front of the unit. This label includes power-supply requirements. Dacor Customer Assurance: Phone: 833-35-ELITE (833-353-5483) USA, Canada; Mon - Fri 5:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Pacific Time; Website: dacor.com/customer-care/contact-us Model Identification Use HRV, and MRV downdraft vents with approved Dacor cooktops and ranges only. Model Number Description HRV46 46” wide downdraft vent; HRV-style top cap MRV3015 30” wide downdraft vent; MRV-style top cap MRV3015-ER 30” wide downdraft vent; MRV-style top cap MRV3615 36” wide downdraft vent; MRV-style top cap MRV36-ER 36” wide downdraft vent; MRV-style top cap MRV48 48” wide downdraft vent; MRV-style top cap MRV48-ER 48” wide downdraft vent; MRV-style top cap All specifications subject to change without notice. Dacor assumes no liability for such changes. © 2018 Dacor, all rights reserved. Important Important Safety Instructions Information About Safety Symbols and Labels Safety Instructions DANGER • The Important Safety Instructions and warnings in this manual do not cover all possible issues. Use common sense and caution when installing, maintaining, or operat- Immediate hazards that WILL result in severe personal injury or death. ing the appliance. • Contact Dacor Customer Assurance about issues WARNING and conditions you cannot resolve. (See Customer Assurance Information.)Hazards or unsafe practices that COULD result in severe personal injury or death. CAUTION Hazards or unsafe practices that COULD result in minor personal injury or property damage. DANGER WARNING Do not store/use combustible, flammable substances The unit has a 3-prong grounding plug to protect against (e.g., gasoline, alcohol, benzene) in/on/near the vent. electric shock. It must plug into a dedicated, 3-prong, grounded outlet. The owner shall ensure that such an WARNING outlet is available for the appliance. Do not: • remove the third (ground) prong from the power cord. TO REDUCE RISK OF PROPERTY DAMAGE AND • use an adapter plug. PERSONAL INJURY, OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING: • use an extension cord. a) Installation work and electrical wiring must be done by qualified person(s) per applicable codes, including fire-rated construction. • use a damaged power cord. • Use a ground fault interrupter (GFI). b) Sufficient air is needed for proper combustion and exhaust of gases via the flue of fuel-burning equipment to prevent backdraft. Follow manufacturer guidelines such as are published by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA); the American Society for Heating, Refrigeration, and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE); and local code authorities. c) Know the location of wiring and piping before cutting or drilling into a wall or ceiling. d) Fans must always vent to the outdoors. READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS 1 2 Important Safety Instructions General Safety Precautions To reduce risk of fire, electric shock, serious injury, or death when using the vent, follow basic safety precautions, including: WARNING WARNING • Do not install a damaged appliance. If you receive a dam- • Ensure the vent is unplugged for installation/service. aged appliance, contact your dealer or builder. • The installer must show the customer the outlet so the owner • Observe all governing ordinances during planning and instal- can unplug the vent as needed. lation. Contact the local building department for details. • Install the vent as instructed in this manual, the Dacor range/ • The electrical outlet for the downdraft vent should be cooktop installation instructions, and the blower installation installed by a licensed electrician. instructions. • Do not vent hazardous or explosive materials and vapors • Read the User Manual completely before operating the vent. through the unit. • Do not tamper with the vent controls. • Use this downdraft vent only as outlined in the User Manual. The vent is not designed for commercial use. • Do not let the filters or vent openings become blocked. Do not let foreign objects be sucked into vent holes. • The owner should install/repair/replace partts only as specified in the product literature. A qualified technician should perform all other service. Contact Dacor Customer Assurance for examination, repair, or adjustment. • Keep all packaging away from children. • Clean the filters and all grease-laden surfaces often to pre- vent grease fires and maintain performance. Clean the appli- ance only as specified in the User Manual. • Do not leave children/pets unattended near the operating range/cooktop. • For proper operation, install the unit with a cabinet, in-line, or remote blower. Use only a specified model. • Do not let children play with the downdraft vent. Electrical Specifications The downdraft vent comes with a 28” (71.1 cm) power cord with a 3-prong plug. Plug it directly into a 3-prong outlet meeting the requirements below. The correct voltage, frequency and amperage must be sup- plied as specified below. The circuit must be protected by a properly sized circuit breaker or time-delay fuse. ElectricalgSupply Requirements A 3-prong outlet connected to a 120 Vac, 60 Hz, 15 Amp. grounded, dedicated, single-phase circuit is required. • The above specifications are for reference only. If they conflict with spec’s on the product data label, use the spec’s on the label. Product Specifications • The customer must supply 3 conductor wiring/conduit with minimum 8-Amp current-carrying capacity to sup- ply power to the blower from the downdraft vent. (See Installation Specifications for details.) • The owner shall ensure the electrical outlet is installed by a licensed electrician. The electrical installation must comply with local ordinances and the latest revision of the National Electric Code ANSI/NFPA 70 (latest revi- sion), a copy of which may be obtained from: National Fire Protection Association 1 Batterymarch Park Quincy, Massachusetts 02269-9101 • The electrical outlet situated so the vent can be unplugged for service without removing appliances from the cabinet. Product Specifications Product Dimensions: MRV3015, MRV3615 15" (38.1 cm) 30" (76.2 cm) Tolerances: ±1/16” (±1.6 mm) unless otherwise stated 2 3/16” (5.6 cm) Model A - Top-Cap Width B - Chassis Width 5/16” (8 mm) thick stiffener 2 1/8” (5.4 cm) Top cap with vent down MRV3015 30” (76.2 cm) 27 3/8” (69.5 cm) across back MRV3615 36” (91.4 cm) 33 3/8” (84.8 cm) 3/16” 3” (7.6 cm) (5 mm) 9/16” IMPORTANT (1.4 cm) INSTALLER: To ensure the cooking unit performs properly, seal 1 15/16” (4.9 cm) all chassis seams with around aluminum the motor tape. cover (See where the graphic it contacts below the for vent motor 2 9/16” * cover location.) (6.5 cm) A Vent shown in raised MRV top cap (side view) position See pages 9 and 10 for exhaust locations and dimensions. B 3 3/4” (9.5 cm) ** Aluminum tape Motor cover Vent chassis ** Maximum height of downdraft vent must not exceed maximum specified counter height for cooking appliance. See installation instructions for cooking appliance. (1.0 7/16" 3/8" cm) 2 1/8" (5.4 cm) Product 20” data label (50.8 cm) 1 1/8” (2.9 cm) 30 1/4” (76.8 cm) to 6” (15.2 cm) 37 1/4” (94.6 cm) Motor cover Front of unit Adjustable anchor legs 28" 3 prong grounded power cord * Total chassis depth with optional CABP3 blower installed is 10 3/8” (26.3 cm). 3 4 Product Specifications Product Dimensions: HRV46, MRV48 Tolerances: ±1/16” (±1.6 mm) unless otherwise stated 2 3/16" Model No. A - Top-Cap Width B - Chassis Width (5.6 cm) HRV46 46” (116.8 cm) 43 3/8” (110.2 cm) 3/16" (5 mm) See Pg. 9 for exhaust locations/dimensions. *Max height of downdraft must not exceed cooking unit’s max. specified counter height. (See cooking unit’s installation instructions.) 30 1/4" (76.8 cm) 37 to 1/4" * (94.6 cm) MRV48 48” (121.9 cm) 43 3/8” (110.2 cm) 5/16” (8 mm) thick stiffener 2 1/8" (5.4 cm) across back Top cap with vent down IMPORTANT 2 1/2" (6.4 cm) 9/16" (1.4 cm) 1 15/16" 3 3/4" (9.5 cm) 1" (2.5 cm) HRV, MRV top cap (side view) INSTALLER: all seams around To ensure the motor the cover cooking where unit it performs contacts properly, the vent seal chassis cover location.) with aluminum tape. (See the graphic below for motor (4.9 cm) 2 9/16" (6.5 cm) A Vent shown in raised position 10" (25.4 cm) B Product 18 5/8” data label (47.3 cm) 30" (76.2 cm) 6" (15.2 cm) Motor cover Front of unit Adjustable anchor legs 28" 3-prong grounded power cord Aluminum tape Motor cover Vent chassis 2 1/8" (5.4 cm) 3/8" (1.0 cm) Product Specifications Product Dimensions: MRV3015-ER, MRV36-ER, MRV48-ER 30 1/4" (76.8 cm) to 37 1/4" (94.6 cm) Tolerances: ±1/16”, (±1.6 mm) unless otherwise stated 1/4" (6 mm) 5/16” (8 mm) thick stiffener across back Top cap with vent down 3 3/4" (9.5 cm) * 1" (2.5 cm) 2 13/16" (7.1 cm) 2 1/2" IMPORTANT (6.4 cm) INSTALLER: To ensure the cooking unit performs properly, seal 1 15/16" (4.9 cm) all chassis seams with around aluminum the motor tape. cover (See where the graphic it contacts below the for vent motor cover location.) 2 9/16" (6.5 cm) A B Adjustable anchor legs See Pg. 9 for exhaust locations/dimensions. *Max height of downdraft Vent shown in raised position vent must not exceed cooking appliance’s max. specified counter height. (See cooking appliance’s installation instructions.) Product 18 5/8” data label (47.3 cm) 30" (76.2 cm) 6" (15.2 cm) Motor cover Front of unit 28" 3 prong grounded power cord Model Number Top Cap Width (A) Chassis Width (B) Height (C) Trim Part No.* MRV3015-ER 30” (76.2 cm) 26 3/8” (67.0 cm) 15” (38.1 cm) 115044 MRV36-ER 36” (91.4 cm) 33 3/8” (84.8 cm) 15” (38.1 cm) 115086 MRV48-ER 48” (121.9 cm) 43 3/8” (110.2 cm) 10” (25.4 cm) 115087 C To close the gap between the Range and the Downdraft, install this trim bracket behind the range with the included hardware. Aluminum tape Motor cover Vent chassis 5 6 Installation Specifications

Planning the Installation General System Layout The vent system consists of the downdraft vent and a Dacor-approved cabinet blower (MRV3015 and MRV3615), remote blower, or in-line blower. (See Pg. 7). WARNING • Failure to install an approved blower and proper duct- ing will cause a backdraft and poor venting. • To reduce risk of personal injury from reaching over a hot appliance, avoid cabinet storage directly above the cooking surface. • Follow minimum clearances and installation location in the vent, appliance, and blower instructions. Failure to do so may cause a fire or safety hazard. • Plan the installation so minimum dimensions are met or exceeded. All contact surfaces between the downdraft vent and cabinets/walls must be solid and at right angles. • The downdraft vent has adjustable anchor legs to accom- modate various cabinet heights. • Install the downdraft vent and range/cooktop so they can be removed for service. • Allow access from the cabinet front to the chassis, and utilities of the downdraft vent and cooktop for inspection and service. (Drawers/shelves must be removable.) • There are 7/8” access holes in the bottom and side of the downdraft vent for connecting blower wiring and strain relief. Wire the blower to turn on when the downdraft vent is turned on. When installing a remote or in-line blower, run the blower wiring/conduit parallel to the duct work, connecting it to the downdraft vent on one end and the blower on the other. • Allow room for the exhaust duct coming out of the unit. (See Planning the Duct Work, Pg. 8, for details.) • Consider the maximum-allowable duct run when decid- ing the layout. (See Planning the Duct Work, Pg. 8, for details.) • See the range/cooktop installation instructions for mini- mum cutout dimensions specific to the downdraft vent being installed. Backsplash Countertop overhang Vertical non-combustible surface rear wall Vertical non-combustible surface rear wall Notches required for some downdraft vent installations, see cooktop installation instructions See the cooktop installation instructions for exact countertop and cabinet dimensions Flush with back side of cabinet front Cooktop Cabinet/Countertop Cutout - Top View Backsplash Countertop Vertical overhang overhang non-combustible surface rear wall Notches required for some downdraft vent installations, see range installation instructions Notches for self-rimming style installations, see range installation instructions See the range installation instructions for exact countertop and cabinet dimensions

Range Cabinet/Countertop Cutout - Top View Installation Specifications Example of Layout with Range and Bottom Exhaust Backsplash Front of unit Cabinet blower option: MRV3015 and MRV3615 Connection to cabinet blower Cooktop Downdraft vent Blower wiring access hole Cabinet blower option: MRV3015 and MRV3615 onlyConnection to remote/in-line Wall Blower wiring Floor Wall cap access hole 3 1/4 x 10 blower 90° elbow Electrical Layout 12” min. (30.5 cm) Example of Layout with Cabinet Blower Configuration, Exhaust Through Wall Cabinet back Outside wall Downdraft vent Range Downdraft vent configured for bottom exhaust Wall cap on outside wall Floor Wiring/conduit from downdraft to in-line blower ILHSF series in-line blower 3 1⁄4 x 10 to round transition Duct work Duct work 7 8 Installation Specifications Planning the Duct Work Installations with ILHSF-/REMP-series blowers: • The downdraft vent can be configured to exhaust through WARNING the back/bottom/sides by removing the proper exhaust knock-out. (See Pg. 9.) • To reduce risk of fire and to properly exhaust air, duct air outdoors, not into any interior spaces or garages. • TO REDUCE FIRE RISK, USE ONLY METAL DUCTING. • DO NOT install multiple blowers to lengthen the duct run. Even small differences between blower airflow rates can greatly reduce the downdraft vent’s air draw. • When installing an ILHSF blower, minimize noise by installing it as close as possible to the duct-system exhaust. (Minimum recommended distance from the downdraft vent is 5 feet.) • When connecting the duct work to the back of the unit, the customer must supply a 31⁄4 x 10 rectangular transi- tion to make the connection. Building codes may require makeup air systems with ven- • For side/bottom exhaust connections, use the supplied tilation systems that move air greater than the specified transition to connect the duct work to the unit. It transi- movement rate (CFM). Consult a qualified HVAC specialist tions between the unit’s 15/8 x 16 exhaust outlet and a when designing the system for the requirements in your 31⁄4 x 10 rectangular duct connection. On bottom exhaust area and to assure optimal performance. installations, cut a hole in the floor so the transition and/ You must install a Dacor blower for the downdraft vent to or duct work can pass through the floor. (See Pg. 13). operate properly. See the blower installation instructions for directions. For model CABP3, see the instructions later in this manual. APPROVED DACOR BLOWERS FOR USE WITH MODEL MRV SERIES DOWNDRAFT VENTS Dacor Blower Rating Compatible Vent CABP31 600 CFM2 MRV30153, MRV36153 ILHSF8 600 CFM4 All ILHSF10 1100 CFM4 All REMP3 600 CFM4 All REMP16 1000 CFM4 All 1Due to a lack of clearance, do not use this blower if installing • On side exhaust installations, allow 5 in. on the side for a range or wall oven in front of the downdraft vent; 2Nominal rating at zero inches static pressure, see the CABP3 blower rat- ings on page 17 for actual rating; 3Revision B and later units the 2 x 16 to 3 1⁄4 x 10 transition, plus space for the duct attached to it (X). only; 4Nominal rating at zero inches static pressure. See blower installation instructions for actual ratings. For installations with CABP3 blowers: • Installation requires Dacor adapter kit # AERVCAB. • The blower assembly is mounted to the front of the down- draft vent with the exhaust pointing in the desired direc- tion. (See Pg. 10.) • The CABP3 blower output connects directly to 31⁄4 x 10 rectangular ducting. 5" 2 (12.7 cm) x 16, connects to side or bottom exhaust on downdraft 1" (2.5 cm) 3 1⁄4 x 10 to duct work 1 5/8 x 16 Duct Transition X 5” 1 5/8 x 16 duct transistion Installation Specifications 45 6 1/4" (15.9 cm) 1 1/8" (2.9 cm) CL 6 6 Front of unit ) mc0 .66(" 62Motor 5 cover CL 2 2 3” 4 CL 1 32 Vertical center line of rear exhaust knock out lines up with vertical center line of chassis 3 Bottom Exhaust Knock Out (1 5/8 x 16) 4 On 46” and 48” wide models, the vertical center line of bottom knock- 5 On out 30” lines and up 36” with wide vertical models, center the line vertical of chassis center line of bottom knock- out is offset 3” 6 Side Exhaust Knock Outs (1 5/8 x 16) Exhaust Knock-out Locations for Use with REMP- and ILHSF-Series Blowers Duct installation requirements for all blowers: • All duct work (including screws and duct tape) shall be • To avoid backdraft, the duct outlet may required a damper. purchased by the customer. • Ensure duct work does not interfere with joists or studs. • In planning new duct work, always look for the shortest, most direct route to the outside. (See Pg. 7.) • With concrete slab construction, “box in” the duct work and blower wiring to prevent crushing or other damage • You can increase duct size over the duct run if desired. when concrete is poured. To prevent backdraft, never decrease duct size. • Cross-drafts or air currents from adjacent open windows • Do not rely on duct tape alone to seal joints. Fasten all or doors, heating-/air-conditioning outlets, ceiling fans, connections with sheet-metal screws, then tape all joints and recessed ceiling lights reduce vent efficiency. with certified silver tape or duct tape. • System exhaust location (Pg. 8) must account for • Use sheet-metal screws as needed to support the ducting. snow buildup where applicable. 1 23 4 5 9 10 Installation Specifications Exhaust Locations/Dimensions for CABP3 Cabinet Blower Installations (MRV3015, MRV3615) Cooktop Model A B C MRV3015 12 1/8” (30.7 cm) 5 5/8” (14.4 cm) 1 3/4” (4.4 cm) MRV3615 9 3/4” (24.8 cm) 8” (20.3 cm) 4 1/4” (10.8 cm) CABP3 CL R ETPADA8 7/8" (22.5 cm) from back of Countertop Downdraft vent A center line MRV cutout to centerline of CAPB3 exhaust in any orientation 26 1/4” (66.7 cm) Bottom exhaust configuration shown 29 1/4” (74.3 cm) 3 1/4 x 10 duct connection TCUDDuct connection Exhaust Locations and Side Dimensions center line for CABP3 Cabinet blower Front Exhaust Dimensions CABP3 Blower - Left Exhaust Downdraft vent center line B Countertop Countertop Downdraft center line vent Duct connection C center line 15 3/8” (39.1 cm) 3 1/4 x 10 Duct connection duct center line connection 3 1/4 x 10 duct connection Front Exhaust Dimensions Front Exhaust Dimensions CABP3 Blower - Right Exhaust CABP3 Blower - Bottom Exhaust Installation Specifications Calculating Maximum Duct Run Length • For best performance, consult a qualified HVAC specialist when designing the duct system. • Do not use duct work that is smaller than the required sizes in the tables below. • For best performance, keep the duct run as short as pos- sible, and never exceed the maximums in the table in the Duct Work Design Tips section. • The max. duct length for the downdraft vent depends on the blower used, and number of elbows and transitions. The Equivalent Number of Feet for each elbow and transition must be subtracted from the maximum straight length to compensate for wind resistance. To decide the maximum allowable length of the ducting, subtract all equivalent lengths of the elbows and transitions listed below from the Blower Maximum Duct Straight Length. Example: For a downdraft vent system using a 31⁄4 x 10 rectangular duct, two (2) 31⁄4 x 10 90° elbows, a 31⁄4 x 10” rectangular to 10” round transition, and a REMP16 remote blower: • From the Blower Maximum Duct Straight Length table, the max length without transitions and elbows is 60 ft. • The equivalent length of each 90° elbow is 15 ft. • The equivalent length of 45° elbow is 2 ft. • The equivalent length of the transition is 4 ft. • The total equivalent length of the above parts is: 15 ft + 15 ft + 4 ft + 2 ft = 36 ft. • The max amount of straight duct that can be used with a REMP16 and the above parts is: 60 ft – 34 ft = 24 ft. Equivalent Number of Feet (Nominal) - Duct Elbows and Transitions 45° elbow/8” 3 ft 31⁄4 x 10/45° elbow 7 ft 45° elbow/10” 2 ft 31⁄4 x 10/90° elbow 15 ft 90° elbow/8” 7 ft 31⁄4 x 10/90° flat elbow 20 ft 90° elbow/10” 5 ft 31⁄4 x 10 to 8” round transition 4 ft 90° 3 1⁄4 x 10 to 8” round transition 25 ft 31⁄4 x 10 to 10” round transition 4 ft Roof cap * Wall cap** * *Equivalent lengths of roof and wall caps vary with model and configuration. For equivalent length, contact the manufacturer or a qualified HVAC specialist; **Not applicable to REMP blowers. Duct Work Design Tips • Reduce transitions and turns to the fewest sharp angles. Two staggered 45° angles are better than one 90°. Keep turns as far from the hood exhaust as possible, with the most possible space between each bend. • For best performance, use round ducting when possible, especially when elbows are required. • If multiple elbows are used, try to keep a minimum of 24” of straight duct between them. Avoid “S” or “back to back” configurations of adjacent elbows. • Do not use flexible metal ducting. Blower Blower Maximum Duct Straight Length 8” Duct 10” Duct 31⁄4 x 10 Duct CABP3 40 ft (12.2 m) 30 ft (9.2 m) 30 ft (9.2 m) ILHSF8 50 ft (15.2 m) 40 ft (12.2 m) 40 ft (12.2 m) ILHSF10 60 ft (18.3 m) 70 ft (21.3 m) 60 ft (18.3 m) REMP3 50 ft (15.2 m) 40 ft (12.2 m) 40 ft (12.2 m) REMP16 60 ft (18.3 m) 70 ft (21.3 m) 60 ft (18.3 m) 11 Installation InstructionsInstallation Preparation Verifying Package Contents 1. Unpack the unit, and verify that all items on the parts list are present. Notify your dealer immediately if anything is missing. Do not install a damaged or incomplete appli- ance. The customer must report cosmetic issues within 30 days of installation. Parts List • Product literature • Anchoring legs (left - PN 36861, right - PN 36862) • 2 wood screws, #14 x 2 1/2 (PN 83047) Back of unit • 3 wire nuts • 1 5/8 x 16 to 3 1⁄4 x 10 duct transition (PN 13768) • 2 sheet metal screws, #10 x 1/2 (PN 83022) Side knock-out Side knock-out • 2 keps nuts, 1/4-20 (PN 83049) • 2 flat washers, 1/4-20 (PN 83203) • Insulation foam (tape) Installation with CABP3 blower requires Dacor adapter kit # AERVCAB. Kit includes adapter, wiring diagram label (PN 106770), 3 wing nuts (PN 83035), 3 flat washers (PN 83008) and 6 lock washers (PN83340). WARNING Bottom knock-out • If the electrical outlet does not meet the Electrical Specifications on Pg. 2, postpone the installation until a licensed electrician install the proper outlet. • Install the vent vertically only. • Do not enlarge or modify the exhaust knock-outs. Cut an exhaust hole on the chassis only as shown to pre- vent an increase in noise and compromised function. NOTE: The downdraft vent installs in the back of the cut- out, separate from the range or cooktop. Install the down- draft vent before installing the range or cooktop. 2. Start by loosely attaching the anchoring legs to the studs on the left and right sides of the downdraft vent using the provided Keps nuts and washers. Put nuts/ washers on studs 12Installation Preparation: Downdraft Vent With ILHSF-/REMP-Series Blower NOTE: For units using the CABP3 cabinet blower, skip to Installation Preparation for Downdraft Vent with CABP3 Cabinet Blower, on facing page. 1. Remove the appropriate side or bottom exhaust knockout (depending on the desired exhaust configu- ration) from the downdraft vent chassis by cutting the metal cross overs and removing the insert. 2. Cut and remove the foil material inside the knock-out hole or the vent will not work. • If the unit will vent through the bottom or side, install the suppled 15/8 x 16 to 31⁄4 x 10 transition to the exhaust location. Before installing, peel the protective backing off the foam tape, and apply it to the transition flanges. Attach the transition with the provided sheet metal screws (see below). • If the unit will vent through the back, attach a 3 1⁄4 x 10 duct to the vent hole created by removing the knock-out on the back of the unit. 3. See Installing the Downdraft Vent in the Cutout, Pg. 13. Transition side installation Transition bottom installation Attach sealing foam Anchor leg Front of unit Installation Instructions Adapter Installation: CABP3 Blower Installing the Downdraft Vent in (Optional: MRV3015, MRV3615) the Cutout 1. Remove the front cover so the AERVCAB cabinet 1. Cut a hole in the cabinet so the ducting can pass to blower adapter can be installed. Remove and retain the the floor/wall for the planned ducting layout. Use the 3 wing nuts and 3 flat washers on the front of the unit. dimensions on pages 9, 10 to decide the hole center Discard the 3 lock washers (which will be replaced). Tilt line locations. If using the 2” x 16” to 3 1/4” x 10” transi- the cover out and pull up to remove it. tion (REMP and ILHSF blower installations), the hole may need to be enlarged slightly. Cover 2. Peel the backing off of some of the foam tape included with the adapter. Attach it to the right and left flanges. 3. Hold the adapter in front of the opening, located on the front of the unit with the adapter’s studs on top, and all 2. Gently slide the vent into the rear of the countertop cut- flanges closest to the downdraft vent chassis. out with the electrical access panel toward the front. 4. Slide the adapter’s bottom into the bottom retainer bracket on the downdraft vent at an angle. Attach the adapter using the 3 wing nuts and flat washers removed in Step 1 and 3 of the lock washers from the adapter kit. Rear corner of cutout (back of downdraft vent) plumbed down Front of unit For cabinet cutout, please refer to the range, rangetop or cooktop Installation Instructions for more details. 3. Adjust the anchoring leg height so that the top of the downdraft vent rests on the counter, then tighten the hex nuts. Secure the anchoring legs to the cabinet floor with the provided wood screws. Top of vent resting on countertopFront of unit StudsAnchor leg Electrical access panel Adapter Exhaust: size and location Bottom retainer bracket varies with installation type Front of unit Attach foam to right/left flanges Insert bottom flange into bottom retainer bracket Floor 13 14 Installation Instructions Cabinet Blower Installation (Optional: MRV3015, MRV3615) 1. Find the wiring diagram label included with the adapter kit. Remove the protective backing, and place it over the existing label on the CABP3 blower as shown. 2. Find the foam tape supplied with the downdraft vent. Place the blower on the floor as it will be mounted on the front of the downdraft vent. Remove the backing from the foam tape, and attach it to the right and left flanges of the blower base plate. 3. With the exhaust oriented as desired, slide the bottom flange of the CABP3 blower base plate behind the tab on the bottom of the adapter mounted to the front of the downdraft vent. 4. Cover the adapter opening by pushing the blower against it. Ensure the foam tape creates a good seal on the right and left side of the opening. Center the blower base plate horizontally over the adapter’s front opening. 5. Install the adapter top retainer bracket over the blower base plate flange. Secure it with the 3 wing nuts, lock washers, and flat washers included with the adapter. CABP3 ILHSF or REMP Series Blower Installation If using a ILHSF or REMP series blower, install it according to the blower installation instructions. Duct Work Installation New label WARNING For best performance and to keep smoke, odors, and combustion byproducts from entering the home, tape all duct joints securely. Existing label Install the duct work per the Installation Specifications section. Use sheet-metal screws and duct tape to connect and seal all pieces. Support the duct weight as needed to ensure sealed joints. Electrical Installation WARNING: ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD • Plug in the downdraft vent after installation is complete. • Follow the wiring diagram carefully. Do not change the factory-wired terminal connections inside the electrical- access panel for the downdraft vent or blower. • Route wiring away from hot surfaces. 1. For ILHSF and REMP blower installations, run the wir- ing/conduit line used to supply power from the downdraft vent to the blower parallel to the duct work. 2. Remove the cover from the downdraft vent electrical- access panel. 3. Connect the wiring/conduit to the blower as shown on pgs. 15 and 17 per local ordinances. Ensure all terminal Top retainer bracket connections (including factory-wired connections) are tight. Replace the electrical-access panel. Range/Cooktop Installation Attach foam Install the range or cooktop as instructed. to right/left flanges Adapter Insert bottom flange into tab at bottom of adapter Installation Instructions Floor Match wire colors to Wires terminals as shown. to power plug. Pre-wired at factory. Do not modify. Front of unit BLACK WHITE CABP3 cabinet blower Electrical connection Electrical access from downdraft vent, panel match Wire Colors GREEN Attach ground wire Blower power wiring/conduit. as shown Connect other end of wires Downdraft vent to blower terminal block. blower wiring access hole Wire Colors : Black = Line (L), White = Neutral (N), Green = Ground (Gnd) Electrical Installation - CABP3 Cabinet Blower Downdraft Vent Electrical Access Panel REMP16 remote blower Connect wires/conduit Downdraft vent according to remote blower installation instructions Range Wiring/conduit from downdraft vent to remote (or in-line) blower Example of Electrical Installation with ILHSF or REMP Series Blower (Side View) See Downdraft Vent Electrical Access Panel, above 15 16 Installation Instructions Verifying Proper Operation WARNING • Read the downdraft vent user manual completely before operation. • Install all front filters before operating the downdraft vent. (See the user manual about filter installation.) CAUTION Before plug-in, route the downdraft-vent power cord away from range or cooktop surfaces. 1. Ensure the power switch atop the downdraft vent is in the up position. 2. Plug in the downdraft vent. 3. Press the power switch to raise the vent. 4. Once raised, the vent should begin to draw air. Turn the variable-speed control switch in both directions to verify that the system operates correctly. 5. Press the top cap up/down switch to lower the vent. 6. Ensure the vent top cap does not catch on the back edge of the cooktop/range. If it does catch, reposition the cooktop/range to avoid permanent vent damage. If the downdraft vent is not functional after installation: • Ensure power is supplied to the downdraft vent. • Ensure the downdraft vent supplies power to the blower. • If the vent will not raise properly or makes a scraping sound, check for under-counter obstructions. If the downdraft vent fails to function after performing the above checks, do not try to repair it yourself. Contact Dacor Customer Assurance: 833-353-5483. Have available all vent and blower model/serial numbers from the product data labels when you call. Dacor is not financially responsible for correcting prob- lems due to faulty installation. Installation Checklist □ □ Are Is the the duct anchor work legs completely tightened installed in place? and Is all the joints unit level? attached with sheet-metal screws and wrapped with □ duct Are both tape? ends of the blower power cable connected (to □ □ the Are Is the downdraft the power vent filters cord vent routed installed and the away per blower user from itself)? manual the hot instructions? range/ □ cooktop Is the unit surfaces. connected to an electrical outlet that meets □ □ the Was Was electrical proper the warranty operation specifications activated verified? in online these or instructions? the warranty card filled out and mailed? Technical Data Wiring Diagram: All Models LIMIT DOWN SWITCH UP LIMIT SWITCH SNORKEL SWITCH COM COM COM NCNO NO NC NC NO RED RED BLUE K LBCHASSIS GROUND STUD WHT WHT BLUE RELAY REMOTE POT N COM NO SPEED CONTROL RED L2 N2 L1 N1 GND GND L BLOWER POWER GROUND OUTPUT INPUT ORNG BLK CABP3 Cabinet Blower Ratings CABP3 Cabinet blower Airflow* CABP3 Blower Performance Nominal 600 CFM Actual 585.6 CFM * At zero inches static pressure. Performance varies based on duct system configuration. Electrical Rating: 4 Amps. @ 120 Vac, 60 Hz. For ILHSF or REMP series blower ratings, see the blower installation instructions. r etawf os ehcni- e russerpc itatS5.0 1.0 4.0 2.0 3.0 0100 200 300 400 500 600 Airflow CFM (Cubic feet/minute) 17 Dacor ● 14425 Clark Avenue, City of Industry, CA 91745 ● Phone: (800) 793-0093 ● Fax: (626) 403-3130 ● dacor.com


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