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Mode d'emploi LAGAN - hotte aspirante d'Ikea

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Contents Safety information Product description Control panel Cleaning and maintenance
4 Whatto do if ... 7 Technicaldata 7 Environmentalconcerns 8 IKEAGUARANTEE
10 10 12 12
Safety Information BeforeÞrst useregulations. Do not repair or replace any Your safety and that of others is paramount.part of the appliance unless speciÞcally Remove cardboard protection pieces,stated in the user manual. protectiveÞ Thelm and adhesive labels fromappliance must be disconnected accessories. fromthe power supply before carrying Check the appliance for any transportout any installation work. damage. Earthing of the appliance is compulsory. To avoid any damage do not place any(required only for class I). weights on the appliance. Do not expose Thepower cable must be long enough the appliance to atmospheric agents.for connecting the appliance, once This manual and the appliance itself provideÞtted in its housing, to the power supply important safety warnings, to be read andsocket. observed at all times. Donot pull the power supply cable in order to unplug the appliance. This is the attention symbol, pertaining  Theelectrical components must not be to safety, which alerts users to potential accessible to the user after installation. risks to themselves and others.  Donot touch the appliance with any wet All safety warnings are preceded by the part of the body and do not operate it attention symbol and the following terms: when barefoot. DANGER:indicates a hazardous  Theappliance is not intended for use situation which, if not avoided, will by persons (including children) with any cause serious injury. physical, sensory or mental impairment, WARNING:Indicates a hazardous or without experience and knowledge situation which, if not avoided, could of the appliance, unless supervised or cause serious injury. previously instructed in its use by those All safety warnings give speciÞc details responsible for their safety. of the potential danger/warning present  Donot repair or replace any part of the and indicate how to reduce risk of injury, appliance unless speciÞcally indicated damage and electric shock resulting from in the manual. All other maintenance improper use of the appliance. Carefully services must be carried out by a observe the following instructions. specialised technician.  Childrenmust be supervised to ensure Precautions and general they do not play with the appliance. recommendations  Whendrilling through the wall pay  Theelectrical installation and the attention not to damage electric electrical connection must be carried connections and/or pipes. out by a qualiÞed technician according  Airvents must always discharge to the to the manufacturer’s instructions and outside. in compliance with the local safety
 Themanufacturer rejects all responsibilities for any damage caused by improper use or wrong settings.  Appropriatemaintenance and cleaning ensure the good working order and the best performance of the appliance. Regularly clean all stubborn surface dirt to avoid grease build up. Remove and clean or change theÞlter regularly.  Neverßame cook food (ßambé) under the appliance. Using freeßames might causeÞre.  Failureto observe the instructions for cleaning the hood and replacing the Þlters may result in aÞre.  Exhaustair must not be vented through aßue used for removal of fumes produced by gas combustion appliances or other combustible materials, but must have a separate outlet. All national regulations governing extraction of fumes must be observed.  Thereshall be adequate ventilation if the hood is being used at the same time as other appliances using gas or other combustible materials. The negative pressure of the room must not exceed 4 Pa (4x 10-5 bars). For this reason ensure that the room is well ventilated.  Donot leave frying pans unattended when frying, as the frying oil may catch Þre.  Beforetouching the light bulbs, ensure that they are cold.  Donot use or leave the hood without the light bulb correctlyÞtted, as this may cause electric shock.  Thehood is not a work surface, therefore do not place any objects on top of it or overload it.  Duringall installation and maintenance operations wear appropriate working gloves.  Thisappliance is not suitable for outdoor use.
WARNING:when the hob is in use, accessible parts of the hood may become hot.
Installation and connection After unpacking the appliance, check for any transport damage. In the event of problems, contact the After-sales Service. To prevent any damage, only remove the appliance from its polystyrene foam packaging at the time of installation.
Preparing for installation WARNING:this is a heavy product; the hood should only be lifted and installed by two or more people. The minimum distance between the hob and the bottom part of the hood must not be less than 65 cm for burning gas or other fuels and 50 cm for electric cookers. Before installation also check the minimum distances stated in the manual of the cooker. If the installation instructions for the cooker specify a greater distance between cooker and hood, this distance must be observed.
Electrical connection Make sure the power voltage speciÞed on the appliance rating plate is the same as the mains voltage. This information can be found on the inside of the hood, under the greaseÞlter. Power cable replacement (type H05 VV-F) must be carried out by a qualiÞed electrician. Contact an authorized service centre. If the hood isÞtted with an electric plug, connect the plug to a socket complying with current regulations, located in an accessible place. If no plug isÞtted (direct wiring to the mains), or if the socket is not located in an accessible place, a qualiÞed electrician should install a standardised double pole power switch that will enable complete isolation from the mains in case of category III overvoltage conditions, in accordance with wiring rules.
Use The hood has been designed to be installed and used either as a “Exhausted model”, or as a “Recirculation model”.
Exhausted model (see symbolin installation booklet) Cooking steam is sucked and channelled outside the house through a discharge duct (not supplied),Þtted to the hood steam outlet. Ensure that the discharge duct is correctly Þtted to the air outlet, unit using an appropriate connection system. Important:If already installed, remove the charcoalÞlter/s.
Recirculation model (see symbolin installation booklet) The air isÞltered through one or more the charcoalÞlters, and then resent into room. Important:Ensure appropriate air circulation around the hood. Important:If the hood is supplied without charcoalÞlters, these must beÞtted before the hood can be used. Filters are available in shops. The hood should be installed away from particularly dirty areas, windows, doors and heat sources.
The accessories for wallÞxing are not included because walls made of different materials require different types ofÞxing accessories. UseÞxing systems suitable for the walls of your home and the weight of the appliance. For more details, contact a specialized dealer. Keep this booklet for future consultation.
Product description
Control panel
A  To switch ON the light, push the button B  ON/OFF button / Extraction power 1 selection button. C  Extraction power 2 selection button. D  Extraction power 3 selection button.
1  Control Panel. 2  GreaseÞlters. 3  Lighting unit.
Cleaning and maintenance
WARNING: - Neveruse steam cleaning equipment. - Disconnectthe appliance from the power supply. IMPORTANT:do not use corrosive or abrasive detergents. If any of these products accidentally comes into contact with the appliance, clean immediately with a damp cloth.  Cleanthe surfaces with a damp cloth. If it is very dirty, add a few drops of washing up detergent to the water. Finish off with a dry cloth. IMPORTANT:do not use abrasive sponges or metallic scrapers or scourers. Over time, these can ruin the surface.  Usedetergents speciÞcally designed for cleaning the appliance and follow the manufacturer instructions. IMPORTANT:clean theÞlters at least monthly to remove any oil or grease residuals. To clean the greaseÞlter The metal greaseÞlter has an unlimited life and must be washed once a month by hand or dishwasher at low temperature and with a short cycle. With cleaning in a dishwasher the grease Þlter may become dull; this does not effect itsÞltering capacity. GreaseÞlter maintenance: 1. Disconnectthe hood from the power supply. 2. Openthe extraction grille or remove the self-supporting greaseÞlter (in the latter case, wash theÞlter immediately). 3. Removethe device securing the grease Þlter. 4. Removethe dirty greaseÞlter.
5. Afterchanging or washing the grease Þlter (depending on the model), reÞt by proceeding in reverse order, making sure it covers the entire extraction surface.
CharcoalÞlter maintenance (Recirculation hoods only). CharcoalÞlter is neither lavable nor regenerable. Replace it every 4 months.
1. Disconnectthe hood from the power supply. 2. Openthe extractor grille or remove the self-supporting greaseÞlter. 3. FittheÞlter over the extraction motor protection grille so that the slots on the Þlter match the hooking pins located at the sides of the motor protection grille. 4. Turnthe charcoalÞlter clockwise to lock it (bayonetÞxing).
5. Makesure the internal selector “Extractor /Filter“ is set to “Filter“. 6. ReÞt the extractor grille or greaseÞlter. To remove the charcoalÞlter proceed in reverse order.
Lamp maintenance 1. Disconnectthe hood from the power supply. 2. Openthe extractor grille or remove the self-supporting greaseÞlter. 3. Removethe burnt-out lamp. Use 28W max. halogen E14 lamps only. 4. ReÞt the extractor grille or greaseÞlter. IMPORTANT:make sure you don’t touch the lamp with your bare hands.
What to do if ... Problem Possiblecause Solution The appliance does not workThere is no mainsCheck for the presence of electrical powermains electrical power. Turn off the appliance and restart it to see if the faults persists. The appliance is notCheck if the appliance is connected to theconnected to the electrical electrical supplysupply. Turn off the appliance and restart it to see if the faults persists. The hood’s suction level is notThe suction speed is tooCheck the suction speed and enough lowadjust as necessary. The metalÞCheck that thelters areÞlters are clean dirty Ifnot, clean theÞlters in the dishwasher. The air vents areCheck the air vents for any obstructed obstructionsand remove as necessary. The light does not workThe light bulb is brokenCheck the light bulb and replace it if necessary. The light bulb is notCheck that the light bulb has correctlyÞtted beencorrectlyÞtted. If not,Þt the light bulb in right way.
Before contacting the After-sales service: Switch the appliance on again to see if the problem has disappeared. If not, switch it off again and repeat the operation after an hour. If your appliance still does not work properly after carrying out the checks listed in the troubleshooting guide and switching the appliance on again, contact the After-sales service, clearly explaining the problem and specifying:
 the type of fault;  the model;  the type and serial number of the appliance (given on the rating plate);  theService number (the number after the word SERVICE on the rating plate inside the appliance).
Technical data
Dimensions - Internal (mm)
3 Airßow max - Exhaust (m /h) Noise max - Exhaust (dBa) 3 Airßow max - Recirculating (m /h) Noise max - Recirculating (dBa) Total Power (W) Lamps Weight (Kg)
Installation minimun height dimensions (cm)
The technical information is situated in the rating plate on the internal side of the appliance.
Width Height Depth
gas or combi cookers
electric cookers
598 (600) 130 510 352 71,5 125 75 190 1x 28W 5,5 65 50