1 Turn the motor OFF.
2 Press the ON/OFF (1) and Intensive speed (5) buttons
together for 3 seconds.
You will hear a beep and all control lights will illuminate
for 3 seconds.
This action will Disable speeds 3 and 4 and eectively
lower the Maximum airﬂow to > 300 CFM.
3 Locate the CFM certiﬁcation sticker in the hardware pack.
4 Peel and Ax this sticker to a visible area in the blower.
This sticker provides ocial certiﬁcation to your local
inspector that this hoods maximum airﬂow has been
reduced to > 300 CFM.
CFM Reduction System
Before operating your hood:
Some States and Provinces of the US & Canada restrict the
maximum exhausting airﬂow of range hoods.
Airﬂow is measured as cubic feet per minute (CFM).
These maximum levels allowed are detailed in the local code
of your area. Please check local codes to ﬁnd out if you need
to restrict the maximum airﬂow of your hood. If your local
code mandates a maximum airﬂow level below the maximum
airﬂow of this hood (i.e. 600 CFM), please execute the procedu-
re below to reduce the maximum airﬂow.
ETB424SS, ETB430S2 & ETB436S2 models
1. Blower and light controls
2. LED lamps
3. Grease ﬁlter handle
4. Grease ﬁlter
5. Duct covers
1. Light On/O button
2. Blower On/O button
3. Blower speed minimum button
4. Blower speed medium button
5. Blower speed maximum button
NOTE: Control buttons will light up when range hood is On.
Operating the light
The Light On/O button (1) controls both lights. Press once
for On and again for O.
Operating the blower
The Blower On/O button (2) turns the blower On or O.
The Blower Speed buttons (3, 4 and 5) set the desired speed
and control the sound level for quiet operation. The speed
can be changed anytime during fan operation by pressing the
desired blower speed button.
1 To turn the blower On, press the Blower On/O button (2)
and the desired speed button (3, 4 or 5).
2 To turn the blower O, press the Blower On/O button (2).
Any of the 3 blower speed buttons can be in the On position
at the same time. The blower will operate at the highest speed
button that is pushed in. For lower blower speeds, the higher
speed buttons must not be pushed in.