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Index 1. Welcome 3 Your State Regulatory Authority 3 2. Important Safety Information 4 Before Installation 5 Product Use 6 Ducted or Recirculating? 6 Maintenance and Service 6 Cleaning the Baffle Filters 6 Electrical Cord 6 3. Description 7 Rangehood 7 4. Operation 8 Push Button Control Panel 8 Speed Control 8 5. Cleaning & Maintenance 9 Surfaces 9 Filters 9 Cleaning the Interior 10 Cleaning the Exterior 10 Replacing the Light Bulb 11 6. Installation 12 Rangehood Size vs Cooktop Size 12 BBQ Installation 12 Mounting Instructions – Outdoor/Alfresco 13 Wall Mount Installation 14 Ducting 17 Back Draft Fins (For applicable models) 17 Ducting Advice 18 Roof Cowls / Roof Seal Kit 19 7. Troubleshooting 20 Troubleshooting 20 Service 21 Faulty Installation 21 8. Specifications 22 Dimensions 22 Technical Specifications 22 9. Disclaimer 23 Page 2 1. Welcome Thank you for purchasing your new Schweigen rangehood. To get the maximum output from this unit, please read through this guide before use. The guide contains important information on the use and maintenance of the unit, as well as important safety notes. This will ensure your personal safety and the lasting value of your rangehood. We trust that you will enjoy your new Schweigen rangehood. Please always retain your proof of purchase to aid in any warranty queries. If you are unable to locate your warranty card, one is available to download from our website schweigen.com.au. This appliance and its packaging are produced by processes that minimise waste and respect the environment. Please help us to continue this effort to protect the environment by using the appliance efficiently and dispose of the packaging in a responsible manner. Your State Regulatory Authority Different Australian states have varying legislative requirements for the installation of rangehood ducting. Some will insist on ducting being vented externally (i.e. not in to the ceiling cavity); others will not. It is imperative that you check with your state building authority and/or private certifier to confirm their position. Page 3 2. Important Safety Information WARNING Please read this section thoroughly before attempting to operate the appliance. Inspect your product upon receipt. Any damage or defects MUST be reported within 48 hours, or no claim will be recognised. DO NOT INSTALL THIS APPLIANCE IF YOU FIND IT DAMAGED. If this product is installed damaged, neither the supplier, nor the retailer, will be responsible for the costs associated with the repair, replacement, removal or re-installation of the appliances. 1. To be installed in an undercover alfresco area only. 2. If the unit is not adequately covered or sheltered from the outside elements the warranty will be null and void. 3. There shall be adequate ventilation in the room when the rangehood is used at the same time as appliances burning gas or other fuels. 4. There is a fire risk if cleaning is not carried out in accordance with the instructions. 5. Do not flambé under the rangehood. This will damage the rangehood and will not be covered by warranty. 6. Do not ignite burners that give off intense, uncontrolled flames beneath the rangehood. 7. Make sure that no flames emerge from the sides of pans. 8. Do not leave packaging materials (bags, corner brackets, etc.) within reach of children. 9. This appliance is not intended for use by person/s (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and/or knowledge. Unless the person has been given supervision or instruction concerning the use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety. Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance, it is not a toy. 10. Exhaust air must not be discharged into an existing flue that is used for exhausting fumes from appliances burning gas or other fuels. 11. Air exhaust must be installed in accordance with local laws. Regulations concerning the discharge of air have to be fulfilled. 12. Accessible parts may become hot when used with cooking appliances. 13. Before performing any cleaning or maintenance operation, disconnect the rangehood from the mains using the respective mains or sector switch or by unplugging it. 14. Do not use the rangehood without the grease filters. 15. Keep the grease filters clean and respect the recommended cleaning frequencies. 16. Turn the rangehood motor on before starting to cook. 17. Turn the rangehood motor off about 10-15 minutes after you finish cooking. Page 4 2. Important Safety Information 18. It is forbidden to use the rangehood as an aspirator. 19. Never cook foodstuff directly over the flame or have the gas burners on under the rangehood without using cookware. Before Installation 1. We recommend this appliance be installed or repaired by a qualified Schweigen Home Appliances technician. 2. Please see our website schweigen.com.au for recommended installers. 3. It is dangerous to modify any part of this appliance. Modification of any kind, will immediately void the warranty. 4. The manufacturer declines all responsibility in case of failure to adopt proper safety measures. 5. Ensure that the location in which this appliance is installed, has good and permanent ventilation. 6. Please consult local laws and regulations and install in accordance. 7. Use an electrical connector with earth that is correct for your location. 8. Check that the voltage in your area corresponds to the appliance as indicated on the rating label. 9. This appliance must be connected to an electricity supply with a ground connection. 10. Check that the installation and electrical connections are made by a qualified technician and that the indicated instructions and local regulations in force are met, using materials that are compliant with the applicable legislation. 11. The company will not be responsible for installations executed by non-qualified staff and installations that fail to heed the applicable legislation on electrical safety (with regard to both modes and materials). 12. The electrical technical data can be found inside the rangehood, after removing the grease filters. 13. The flexible power cable supplied is already connected internally and emerges from the rangehood near the air outlet tube. 14. Before installing the electrical connections, you should: – Verify that the indicated electrical data coincide with the voltage values and frequency of the electrical circuit in the house where the rangehood is to be installed; – Check that the premises has electrical protection against short circuits and electrocution, pursuant to the applicable legislation; – Always switch off the current using the double-pole switch before maintenance and turn the power on again for normal use only when the operation has been completed. Page 5 2. Important Safety Information Product Use This product is designed for household use and should not be used for commercial applications. After use, always ensure that all controls are in the “OFF” position. When frying with a gas flame, take particular care not to allow the oil or grease in the pan to catch fire. (Flambé) Ducted or Recirculating? Ducted rangehoods (or extractor rangehoods) extract the cooking fumes from the kitchen and expel them from the space via ducting. Good design practice would always see a fire-rated ducting system extend to the house exterior, rather than to the ceiling cavity. When a rangehood is ducted only into the ceiling space, the collection of humidity and grease can present very real health issues and fire hazards. Recirculating (or non-ducted or filtered) rangehoods extract cooking fumes and pass them through filters. As the name would suggest, they recirculate this air back into the room. Recirculating rangehoods are not as effective as removing fumes from a kitchen space, but they are sometimes the only option due to budgetary or building constraints. You should be made aware of the requirement to change and clean filters on a regular basis for the optimum efficiency of air filtering. Electrical Cord Ensure the supply cord is not exposed to heat, chemicals or sharp objects. If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer. Page 6
Rangehood 1. Mounting Bracket 2. Upper Flue 3. Lower Flue 4. For use with Isodrive® motor system 5. Power Cord 6. Rangehood Body 7. Baffle Filters 8. Lights NOTE: Filter and light quantity may vary from model to model. 3. Description 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
8 Page 7 4. Operation Push Button Control Panel Turn off the rangehood Low speed setting Medium speed setting High speed setting Turn on/off the lamp Speed Control This undermount is equipped with a 3 speed mechanical control. Speed control usage suggestions: • Low speed for simmering. • Medium speed for light cooking. • High speed for heavy frying or heavy cooking. Page 8 5. Cleaning & Maintenance Warning Always switch off and disconnect power before cleaning. Cleaning the Interior Clean the interior of the rangehood with a damp cloth and a neutral detergent or denatured alcohol. NOTE: Do not use denatured alcohol on the exterior of the rangehood. Do not clean the electric parts or the motor with liquids or solvents Cleaning the Exterior We recommended using a soft cloth, water and a liquid soap, rinsing it well and then drying it thoroughly. For better results, you can use high quality cleaning and protection products (e.g. Steel Kleen) to clean your rangehood. • The recommended detergent is a solution of water and a neutral liquid soap. • It is very important for the liquid soap to not contain granules that could scratch the surface. • First apply the solution to a soft cloth and then rub the cloth OK over the rangehood. It is important to follow the direction of the stained surface with the cloth (refer to figure on left). • Do not pour any liquid directly on to the rangehood. • The cloth must have no buttons, zips or fasteners that could scratch the surface. • It is strictly forbidden to use chemical solvents, aggressive, grainy or abrasive products, naphtha, alcohol or similar products that could damage the surface of the rangehood. • The manufacturer will not be held responsible for functional or aesthetic damage caused by cleaning with products which are not suitable or using inadequate cleaning methods. Page 9 5. Cleaning & Maintenance Baffles For this appliance to function effectively, regular maintenance is a must. • The function of the baffle is to collect the grease particles given off during cooking. • Clogged heavy oil deposits restrict airflow and may cause the motor to overheat and become a fire hazard. • Baffles should be cleaned every 3-6 weeks or after 40 hours of use. • For induction cooktop, please aim to clean them at least every 10 days, depending on use. • The bafles can be washed by hand or in the dishwasher. – Washing by hand - Immerse the filter in hot water and a suitable detergent and when clean, rinse with plenty of hot water. – Dishwasher - Put the filter in the dishwasher and select a short program at low temperature. NOTE: The colour of the metal mesh filters may change after several washes. This is normal and it is not necessary to change the filters. Please ensure the baffles are completely dry before placing them back in position and operating the rangehood. Endure the baffles are cool before removing, to ensure no oil is spilt. To remove, push away from you until the near edge clears the slot. Then carefully pull down and back to remove. To replace, perform the same operation but in reverse. Warning • If the baffles are very dirty, the motor will extract only a small quantity of air, which reduces its efficiency; • The grease deposits that build up on the baffles are highly flammable and COULD EASILY CATCH FIRE. • The manufacturer is exonerated from all responsibility in the event of fire due to poor maintenance of the grease filters. Page 10 5. Cleaning & Maintenance Replacing the Light Bulb Danger Always switch off and disconnect the power cord before replacing any light bulbs. Failure to do so may cause serious injury. Please be aware that the light bulb will retain heat for a short period of time after being switched off. Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Remove the filters from Gently turn light bulb clockwise, Insert a new light bulb by lining the rangehood. pull the light bulb down and up the pins of the light bulb with remove it from the light holder. the larger holes inside the light holder. Once the pins are in place, turn anti-clockwise to secure the light bulb. Page 11 6. Installation Rangehood Size vs Cooktop Size In addition to the size, the height of the rangehood above the cooktop is important to obtain the best performance.
INADEQUATE Rangehood smaller than cooking zone ADEQUATE Rangehood same size as cooking zone OPTIMAL Rangehood larger than cooking zone OPTIMAL Rangehood larger than cooking zone BBQ Installation
When installing the rangehood over a BBQ , please be aware that the lid will obstruct the rangehoods effectiveness to extract smoke, steam and odours. Where possible, remove the lid of the BBQ unit when in use, so as to allow for effective rangehood extraction. Alternatively, install the rangehood on an extension, to move the rangehood further out. Extension Page 12 _n_. _RH 6. Installation Section_ Mounting Instructions – Outdoor/Alfresco When installing in an outdoor kitchen or alfresco area,the rangehood MUST NOT be installed where it is directly exposed to the elements . It is STRONGLY RECOMMENDED that the rangehood be installed centrally over the cooktop. This will greatly improve its performance. Minimum legal height from the BBQ surface to the underside face of the rangehood: • 1200mm Any installation above 1200mm will compromise the extraction performance. Measurements are from the top of the trivets to the lowest part of the rangehood, including the button controls. *IMPORTANT: If the user decides to install the rangehood at a distance of less than minimum height above the cooking surface, Schweigen declines responsibility for damages suffered by the rangehood due to excess heat or damage to objects, people and others caused directly or indirectly by a malfunction, breakage or fire. * Important: In addition to the information in this manual, please check all relevant state requirememnts for minimum– maximum heights, as well as regulations regarding the expelling of air. Schweigen is not liable if your rangehood is not installed in accordance with these legal requirements. Page 13 _n_. 6. Installation _LH Section_ Wall Mount Installation There are two primary mounting points and several secondary mounting points to firmly fix the rangehood in place. Suitable fixing screws must be used to mount the appliance on a secure surface. Please ensure that the holes for the two primary mounting points are level before installation. 1. Primary Mounting Points 2. Secondary Mounting Points 780 780 721 721 1 1 1 1 0 0 4422540.25 540.25 540.25 540.25 2 2 2 2 2 2 DANGER Always switch off and disconnect the power supply before installing the rangehood. Failure to do so may cause serious injury. Page 14 750 750 WARNING Please remove filters before installation. Failure to do so may damage the clips. _n_. _RH 6. Installation Section_ Step 1 Secure rangehood to the wall using only primary mounting points ( 1 ). Check the level of the rangehood and adjust accordingly if necessary ( 2 ). Once level, continue to secure the rangehood via the secondary mounting points ( 3 ). Step 2 Feed through and secure the flexi ducting from the rangehood outlet to the Isodrive motor. Page 15 6. Installation Step 3 Place flue covers on the rangehood and extend to the length required. (Be careful not to scratch the top of the rangehood). PLEASE NOTE: Only a standard length of stainless steel flue is provided. Any additional length will need to be sourced and manufactured by a sheet metal fabricator. Step 4 Attach the exterior flue wall mounting bracket to the wall. Slide the inside extension flue piece up to the wall mounting bracket and secure. IMPORTANT Please ensure all plastic protection on the rangehood and filters is removed before use. Page 16 6. Installation Ducting Please DO NOT crush or kink the ducting. 1. Crushed or kinked ducting creates sharp corners that creates turbulence. This reduces the size and efficiency of the ducting, lowers extraction and may cause excessive noise. 2. Sweeping curves and taut ducting reduces resistance and turbulence. The airflow and extraction will be more efficient and stronger. Back Draft Fins (For applicable models) The supplied ducting has been manufactured with an allowance for the back draft fins to operate without hindrance. It is the smooth extended end of the ducting. When installing Back Draft Fins, please ensure that you insert the Back Draft Fins onto the back draft base, which are attached to the top of the motor outlet before installation. Then place the smooth extended edge of the ducting into the back draft base and fix securely. Should your Back Draft Fins get stuck, this is not a warranty issue. Allowance for Back Draft Fins
Back Draft Fins Back Draft Base Back Draft Fins Back Draft Fins open position ducting Page 17
6. Installation Isodrive® Motor Setup Note Please refer to the Isodrive® motor installation guide for more details on flexi ducting and Isodrive® motor installation. Important Please remove the clip when attaching Isodrive® 1600 / 3200 motor (Single or Twin) system. To remove the clip, hold down 1, 2 and 3 gently pull out to direction 4. NOTE: DO NOT REMOVE the clip at the end of the white cord when installing an Isodrive® 650 / 900 motor (Single or Twin) system. For technical support, please contact 1300 829 066. Page 18 6. Installation Single Isodrive® Motor Installation 1 1. Isodrive® Motor 2. Roof Seal Kit (Dektite) (Not supplied)* 23. Support Straps (Not supplied)* 34. Attach Flexi Duct to Bell-Mouth Adaptor 4 using ring clamp. Please DO NOT rip the ducting. 200mm Flexi Duct 5. Isodrive® Motor Power Lead (Male Plug) 6. Rangehood to Isodrive® Motor Lead 5 7 (Female Plug) 7. Multi-fit Y-Joint, cut to 200 x 200 x 200mm 200mm Flexi Duct 6 8 8. Mains power 9. Flexi Ducting must be pulled taut. DO NOT crush or kink the ducting. 9 10 10. Connect flexi ducting to the outlet on rangehood using ring clamp. Please DO NOT rip the ducting. NOTE The Isodrive® motor system does not include the roof seal kit, cable ties, ring clamp or the support straps. NOTE The general power outlet for the rangehood should be located in an easy to access area. DANGER All electrical wiring from the motor to the rangehood should be kept inside the roof space. Page 19 6. Installation Twin Isodrive® Motor Installation 1. Isodrive® Motors 12. Roof Seal Kit (Dektite) (Not supplied)* 3. Support Straps (Not supplied)* 2 34. Attach Flexi Duct to Bell-Mouth Adaptor 4 using ring clamp. Please DO NOT rip 5 the ducting. 5. Isodrive® Motor Power Lead (Male Plug) 6. Rangehood to Isodrive® Motor Lead (Female Plug) 6 7 7. Mains power 8. Flexi Ducting must be pulled taut. 8 9 DO NOT crush or kink the ducting. 9. Connect flexi ducting to the outlet on rangehood using ring clamp. Please DO NOT rip the ducting. Rangehood to Motor power leads are to be hard wired by an electrician. NOTE The Isodrive® motor system does not include the roof seal kit, cable ties, ring clamp or the support straps. NOTE The general power outlet for the rangehood should be located in an easy to access area. DANGER All electrical wiring from the motor to the rangehood should be kept inside the roof space. Page 20 8 6. Installation Optional Wall Mounted Motor Installation The Isodrive motor can optionally be installed mounted to a wall if a roof mount is not possible. The construction of a bulkhead is also recommended. The position of the motor can be to an external wall as shown above, or to the same external wall as the rangehood is mounted, as shown below. For all wall installation options, please refer to the Isodrive® Motor manual. Avoid sharp bends and kinked ducting as this will affect extraction performance.
Bulkhead Rangehood Top view for wall mounted installations on the same wall as the rangehood. Ducting Isodrive Motor Isodrive Motor Page 21
7. Troubleshooting Before you contact the technical service department, make sure that the product is plugged in and power is supplied. • Do not take any action that will damage the product. IMPORTANT Never attempt to repair this appliance by yourself. Always refer to a qualified Service Technician. e hte ruse kam, launamn oitallatsnif oh tgneL. g.e, yltcerrocd ellatsnis ig nitcudi xefl. tuatg nitcude htp eek, desug nitcudd oohegnare htff oe moct ons ahg nitcude htk cehC. stnedory bh guorhtn etaen eebs ahr ot eltuoRangehood does not work X X Light does not work X X X X Rangehood air exaction is weak X X X X Rangehood does not direct air out (through chimney) X X Loud noise from the rangehood X X Page 22 7. Troubleshooting Service Lodging an Online Service Request In the event that the failure is not due to the faults mentioned in the Troubleshooting section, you can lodge an online Service Request. To lodge an online Service Request, visit our website schweigen. com.au/service-and-warranty and click on the link and complete the service request form. A service request will require the following information: • The purchase date • The rangehood model and motor type (e.g. Isodrive® 650) • The serial number or batch number (this number is on a sticker inside the rangehood). • A copy of the purchase receipt (without a receipt your service request cannot be processed). Alternatively, you can call Customer Service: Australia 1300 829 066 New Zealand 0800 200 510 Faulty Installation It is not the responsibility of Schweigen to rectify any incorrect installations. A service call out fee will be charged for any Schweigen technician that attends a call, whereby it is established that the fault is due to an incorrect installation or non-manufacturing fault. Should the appliance be installed in such a way that the service agent is unable to gain access to the appliance, the person/s who own the premises or the property where the appliance resides — will be responsible to provide access to the appliance at their expense. Page 23
8. Specifications Dimensions 795 797 Technical Specifications 350 352 600120
Model CL7272S Feeding Voltage 220–240V 50Hz Lamp Power — LED (W) 3 x 3.5W 550 1240 700 1200 Page 24 9. Disclaimer Disclaimer Under our policy of continuous product development, product specifications may change without notice. Prospective purchasers should therefore check with the retailer to ensure this publication correctly describes the products being offered for sale. All information supplied is to be used for general reference purposes only and is on the understanding that Schweigen Home Appliances will not be liable for any loss, liability or damage of whatever kind arising as a result of any reliance upon such information. All pictures used in the guide are for illustrative purposes only. Although our information and marketing states the term ‘Silent’ for certain models, the following applies to various models that are sold with certain Isodrive® Systems and baffle filters. When a model with the larger motored Isodrive® System is operated at the higher speed/s air movement may be heard. For example, while operating on speed 4 & 5 (For 5 speed models) the rangehood may be audible due to the large amount of air movement moving through the filter. * Please make sure that the rangehood and motor have been installed as per the corresponding instruction guides in order for optimal performance (the Isodrive® Motor Manual can be found with the Isodrive® Motor, or online at schweigen.com.au). Schweigen Home Appliances has presented this information in good faith to all their retailers and distributors to convey before any/all purchase/s. Information is supplied upon the condition that the person/s receiving the information will make their own determination as to its suitability for their purpose/s prior to use. In no event will Schweigen Home Appliances be responsible for damages of any nature whatsoever resulting from the use of, or reliance upon, information from their website or the products to which the information refers. DISPOSAL OF OLD APPLIANCES Electronic waste (or e-waste) including kitchen appliances are banned from direct disposal to landfill. E-waste contains hazardous materials, which can harm the environment and human health. Valuable materials contained in e-waste are lost when appliances, computers and other household electrical goods are sent to landfill. Recycle your e-waste to: • reduce landfill • protect the air and waterways from harmful materials • minimise consumption of raw materials to produce electronic products • reduce greenhouse gases created in the production of new materials. Kitchen appliances including Rangehoods and Ovens can only be disposed at approved recycling centres. Visit recyclingnearyou.com.au/whitegoods for more information, or contact your local council or the store you purchased this appliance, for a list of approved recyclers. Page 25 Notes Page 26 Notes Page 27 Australia 8/3-4 Anzed Court, Mulgrave 3170 Victoria. Phone 1300 881 693 Email email@example.com Web schweigen.com.au New Zealand 5 Tolich Place, Henderson, Auckland 0610. Phone 0800 200 510 Email firstname.lastname@example.org Web parex.co.nz
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