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NOTE: If installing into existing construction and you will not have access to the ductwork
once the hood is in place, make ducting connections at this point. Refer to the Ducting Section
5. Install the 4 mounting screw at the previously marked locations. Leave approximately 1/8"
clearance. Slide the hood in place through the keyhole slots and align the front of the hood
so that it is ﬂush with the front of the cabinets. Tighten all screws securely (Figure 6).
CAUTION: DO NOT INSTALL CLOSER THAN 22 INCHES ABOVE COOKING
CAUTION: ALL ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS MUST BE
MADE IN ACCORDANCE WITH LOCAL CODES, ORDINANCES, OR
NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE. IF YOU ARE UNFAMILIAR WITH METHODS OF INSTALLING
ELECTRICAL WIRING, SECURE THE SERVICES OF A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN.
1. Connect the loose Black wire from the range hood to the Black wire from the supply, and
the 2 loose White wires from the range hood to the White wire of the supply. Connect the
ground wire (green or bare) from the supply to the green ground screw of the hood. Use
approved methods for all connections (Figure 7).
NOTE: DO NOT disconnect any wiring that has already been crimped with a wire connector
from the factory.
2. Install the wire compartment cover and tighten screw. Make sure all wiring is securely
contained within the wire compartment.
CAUTION: ALL DUCTING MUST COMPLY WITH LOCAL AND NATIONAL
NOTE: The ducting from this fan to the outside of the building has a strong effect on the air
ﬂow, noise and energy use of the fan. Use the shortest, straightest duct routing possible
for best performance, and avoid installing the fan with smaller ducts than recommended.
Insulation around the ducts can reduce energy loss and inhibit mold growth. Fans installed
with existing ducts may not achieve their rated air ﬂow.
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, USE ONLY
1. Connect the ducting to the hood’s duct collar and damper. Ensure duct joints and exterior
penetrations are sealed with caulk or other similar material to create an air-tight path to
minimize building heat loss or gain and to reduce the potential for condensation. Place/
wrap insulation around duct and/or fan in order to minimize possible condensation
buildup within the duct, as well as building heat loss or gain (Figure 8).
CAUTION: ALWAYS DUCT THE FAN TO THE OUTSIDE THROUGH A
WALL OR ROOF CAP.
Finishing the Installation
1. Install the ﬁlter by ﬁtting the ﬁlter into the channel on the hood and sliding it back until it
stops against the back of the hood (Figure 9).
2. Turn switches to the “OFF” position and restore power. Test that the light and the fan are
3. If there is any vibration noise, check for the source and try to tighten fasteners.
Supply from house
Neutral (White) from Light
Ground (Green or Bare)
Neutral (White) from Motor