Creda CRC65 Ventilation Hood User Manual

Installing your Cooker Hood
When installed above a cooking appliance,
the distance between the surface of the hob
elements and the lower grille of the chimney
hood must be as follows:
Minimum 650mm - over an electric hob.
Minimum 700mm - over a gas or mixed fuel
This chimney hood is not suitable for
installation above a cooking appliance with
a high level grill.
The fan motor of this appliance incorporates a
thermal cut-out device which will operate if
the hood is installed below the minimum
recommended heights listed above,or if the
motor becomes overheated. If the cut-out
device is activated,switch off the fan motor
and allow the hood to cool.
The cut-out device will reset itself when the
fan motor has cooled significantly.
NOTE: This hood has been designed and
approved for installation over an electric hob
with a maximum input of 7kW or a gas hob
with a maximum input of 10kW when fitted in
accordance with the heights recommended
Your Cooker Hood can be installed either
for recirculation or extraction through an
outside wall.
When used in the extraction mode the Cooker
Hood ducting must not be connected to a
flue which is used for exhausting fumes from
a central heating flue or water heating flue.
IMPORTANT: The exhaust air must not be
expelled through a smoke or waste-gas
chimney which is in use or through a shaft
used for ventilating rooms or into the
cavity of a cavity wall or into a cupboard
above the cooker hood.
If the room contains,a flued fuel burning
appliance,such as a gas or oil fired central
heating boiler which is not of the ‘Balanced
Flue’type,you should make sure that there is
adequate air inlet into the room at all times,
so that fumes from the boiler are not drawn
back into the room by the Cooker Hood.
NOTE: All installations must comply with
local authorities and building regulation
requirements for the discharge of exhaust
air into the atmosphere.
All the fittings are supplied. If the hood is to
be installed onto a hollow construction or
plaster board wall,then special fixings will
have to be purchased.
Before drilling,care should be taken to check
for electric cables,water pipes or gas pipes on
the wall to which the cabinet/canopy is to be
If the hood can only be fixed to a hollow
construction plaster or partition board
structure,then the wall must be sufficiently
reinforced to be quite rigid in the area of the
mounting brackets.
To avoid the risk of accidents when fitting the
canopy and chimney to the wall please read
and follow the installation instructions.
For ease of installation proceed as follows:
1. Fix the wall brackets.
2. Fix the canopy hood.
3. Connect the hood to the mains supply
ensuring that the canopy is functioning
4. Select the type of installation,ie.ducting or
5. Fix the chimney stack.
NOTE: The hood is more efficient in the
exhaust mode,therefore,this position
should be selected during the warmer
months of the year when no heating is
being used. When the room is being
heated,if the recycle position is selected
heat will not be wasted.