hood and decorative packages should be finished prior to installation.
the Wood Canopy Range Hood (Figure 1) by attaching it to the adjacent
cabinets using the four 2-1/2" screws provided. Align the top
rail of the hood with the top rail of the adjacent cabinets. Before
the screws are tightened, remove the Wood canopy Range Hood from
its installed position.
electrical power is turned off at the fuse or breaker box. Start
ducting run and electrical service from wall or soffit (Figure 2).
metal liner 19-9/16" below the top of upper cabinets and against
the wall (Figure 2). Make sure liner is level.
four #8 x 3/4" screws provided to attach liner to adjacent
wall cabinets through predrilled holes in liner. Locate wall studs,
drill holes in back of liner and attach to wall studs with the two
#8 x 1-1/2" screws provided.
both plastic light lenses, aluminum mesh filter and field wiring
compartment cover from Ventilator Unit.
Ventilator Unit to the four studs on the inside of the metal liner.
optional backdraft damper to the top of the Ventilator Unit and
connect duct run to damper collar and seal with furnace tape to
prevent rattles and air leaks. Make sure damper shutter is operating
electrical cable into filed wiring compartment through perforated
knock out; secure with cable connector (not provided).
power line 1 to black leads, power line 2 (ground) to white leads
with wire nuts (not furnished). Replace field wiring compartment
40 Watt bulb into each lamp receptacle then replace light lens.
power should be reconnected and the blower tested before re-installing
the Wood Canopy Range Hood
Wood Canopy range Hood on top of metal liner and Ventilator unit and
secure with four 2-1/2" screws.
Wood Canopy Range Hood and Ventilator System installation is now complete.
Turn on electrical current and test on/off switch for lights and motor
control for blower.