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BHOAN MODEL 113023 INTENDEDFOR DOMESTICCOOKINGONLY . WARNING Z _ WARNING Z _ Z _ k TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE , ELECTRIC SHOCK , OR INJURY TO PERSONS , TO REDUCE THE RISK OF INJURY TO PERSONS IN THE EVENT OF A RANGE TOP OBSERVETHE FOLLOWING : GREASE FIRE , OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING : 1 . Use this unit only in the manner intended by the manufacturer . If you have 1 . SMOTHER FLAMES with a close - fitting lid , cookie sheet , or metal tray , turn off questions , contact the manufacturer at the address or telephone number listed the burner . BE CAREFUL TO PREVENT BURNS . If the flames do not go out in the warranty . immediately , EVACUATEAND CALLTHE FIRE DEPARTMENT 2 . Before servicing or cleaning unit , switch power off at service panel and lock the 2 . NEVER PICK UP A FLAMING PAN - You may be burned . service disconnecting means to prevent power from being switched on 3 . DO NOT USE WATER , including wet dishcloths or towels - a Violent stream accidentally . When the service disconnecting means cannot be locked , securely explosion will result , fasten a prominent warning device , such as a tag , to the service panel . 4 . Use an extinguisher ONLY if : 3 . lnstal [ ationworkandelectricelwiringmustbedonebyaqualifiedperson ( s ) in A , You know you a Class ABC extinguisher and you already know how to accordanqe with all applicable codes and standards , including fire - rated operate it . construction codes and standards . B . The lire is small and contained in the area where it started . 4 . Sufficient air is needed for orocer combustion and _ xhsustina nf oases thrmsnh C . The firedepartment isbeingca ! ! ed . the flue ( chimney ) of fuel btJrni'ngequipment to prevent backc / ' raft _ ng . Foiiowthe D . You can fightthefirewithyour back to an exit . heating equipment manufacturer's guideline and safety standards such as * Based on " Kitchen Firesalety Tips " published by NFPA . those published by the National Fire Protection Association ( NFPA ) , and the American Society for Heating , Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers CAUTION ( ASHRAE ) , and the local code authorities . 5 . When cutting or drilling into wall or ceiling , do not damage electrical wiring and other hidden utilities . 1 . Forgeneralventilating useonly . Donot use to exhaust hazardous or explosive materials and vapors . 6 . Ducted fans must always be vented to the outdoors . 2 . To avoid motor bearing damage and noisy / and or unbalanced impellers , keep 7 . Do not use this unit with an additional speed control device . drywall spray , construction dust , etc . off power unit . 8 . To reduce the risk of fire , use only metal ductwork . 3 . For best capture of cooking impurities , your range hood should be mounted 9 . Use with approved cord - connection kit only . 18 - 24 " above the cocking surface . 10 . This unit must be grounded . 4 . This product is equipped with a thermostat which may start fan automatically . TO REDUCE THE RISK OF A RANGE TOP GREASE RRE : To reduce the risk of injury , switch power off at service panel and lock service 1 . Neverleavesurfaceunitsunattendedathighsattings . Boiloverscausesmoking panel to prevent power from being switch on accidentally . and greasy spillovers that may ignite . 5 . Your hood motor has thermal overload which will automatically shut off the 2 . Always turn hood ON when cooking at high heat or when cooking flaming foods . motor if it becomes overheated . The motor will restart when it cools down . If 3 . Clean ventilating fans frequently , Grease should not be allowed to accumulate the motor continues to shut and restart , have the hood serviced . on fan or filler . 6 , Please read specification label on product for further information and 4 . Use proper pan size . Always use cookware appropriate for the size of the requirements . surface element , This hood requires installation of a rough - in plate , ductwork and elec - This hood is shipped set up for cabinets trical wiring before installing hood . which are 30 " high . It can be adjusted in 1 " Refer to the instruction sheet packed increments from 30 " down to 24 " high . with the rough - in plate . IRK FACE FRAME & DOORS ( provided by installer ) J SHIPPED ( ADJUSTABLE ) INSTALLER : Leave this manual with the homeowner . HOMEOWNER : Use and care information on page 5 ,
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r I HARDWARE CONTAINED IN I i PARTS BAG t I 4 . Remove duct knockout on top or back of hood as appropriate . MOUNT HOOD ( 2 ) # 6B sheet ( 2 ) 5 / 16 - 18 x 3 / 4 hex metal nuts head cap screws A B © DUCT ( 2 ) 1 / 4 - 20 x 3 slotted round ( 6 ) # 6 flat ( 2 ) 1 / 4 flat head machine screws washers washers C E D t 14 - 3 / 4 " ( TRIM BACKFOR HOODS ) @ ; J LESSTHAN 30 " HIGH / ( 2 ) 1 / 4 - 20 spring ( 4 ) # 10 - 24 ( 2 ) 5 / 16 - 18 HORIZONTAl locknu'ts lock nuts DUCT wing t _ ggles G H ( 8 ) # 6AB x 1 / 4 ( 10 ) # IOAB x phillips pan 5 / 8 phillips flat ( 2 ) # IOAB x 1 - 1 / 2 head sheet head sheet slottedpan head metal screws metal screws sheet metal screws I K J i PREPARE HOOD 1 . Check duct length . Duct should end 14 - 3 / 4 " belowtop BLOWER COM PARTMENT of rough - in plate for 30 " high hood . If ductlng COVER horizontally , remove duct elbow , DUCT UPPERLF SHE . _ FJ tl I DAMPER / DUCT SPACER . - . - . CONNECTOR BRACKET ! : j i BAFFLEE PLAT DOOR FRAME NOTE : WHEN INSTALLED , BOTTOM OF HOOD MUST BE A MINIMUM OF 18 " ABOVE COOKING SURFACE . 1 . Remove door frame and blower compartment cover . i 2 . If desired , adjust upper shelf location . Shelf cannot be removed or adjusted once installation is complete . FOR CABINETS LESS THAN 30 " HIGH : SEE INSTRUC - TIONS ON PAGE 4 . 2 . Place hood in position and drop power cord through 3 . Adjust hood depth to match cabinet depth by opening in back of hood . If ducting vertically , slide duct positioningspacer brackets : Tighten lock nuts to hold over damper / duct connector . in place .
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IN STALL DOO R ASSE M B LY i FOR UNDER , SOFFIT INSTALLATIONS ONLY : Cut 5 / 16 " I ( . ) I ( . ) @ I ( Q ) @ off top edge of wood frame for clearance . I ( J ) - . , / L 3 . Attach hood to rough - in plate with two screws and nuts . Install one lock nut on each vertical adjustment stud at top of hood . 1 , Attach wood frame using ten screws . Bottom edge of frame should be 1 / 8 " below bottom edge of metal frame . 2 . Mount cabinet doors to wood frame using same hardware as rest of cabinetry . ADJUSTINGWHEEL ( E ) _ ) ( F ) _ \ ( G ) I 1C13 = = _ = _ = = = = = _ | I d OR I 0 0 3 . Install frame assembly onto hood . Attach slides with four lock nuts , Hood opening tension may be adjusted 4 . Secure spacer brackets to wall . Use two screws and by rotating adjusting wheels . washers or two toggle bolts and washers as ap - 4 . Center and flush - u p frame with cabinets . Loosen and propriate . re - tighten hood and rough - in plate mounting screws 5 . If ducting horizontally , re - install duct elbow inside of as necessary . hood . Tape all duct connections . 5 . Reinstall blower compartment cover and baffle plate . NOTE : Door may not close flush with cabinets unless baffle plate is re - Installed correctly . 6 . Plug in powercord . Install an F2OT12 fluorescent tube . Turn on power and check operation .
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SPEC IAL IN STALLATI'O NS FRAM ELESS CABI N ETS CABINETS LESS THAN 30 " HIGH ADJUST HOOD HEIGHT TO MATCH CABINET HEIGHT 1 . Construct a panel as shown above . Attach it to door frame with ten screws . 2 . Attach doors . 1 . AdjuSt hood and door frame height to match cabinet NOTE : If cabinet doors use concealed hinges , mount height . to panel using hinges designed for face - mounting , 2 . Duct length for a 30 " high cabinet should be 14 - 3 / 4 " from rough , in plate . Trim back duct for lesser heights , EXPOSED END accordingly . Example : 28 " cabinet height requires duct length of 12 - 3 / 4 " . 314 " ( I ) o = _ 3 . FOR HOODS 24 " THROUGH 27 " HIGH ONLY : I I ( D ) ( _ ) Place a sheet metal nut over each slide , where shown , 1 / 4 " THICK WOOD PANEL to prevent bottom of door from coming completely out of hood . Tighten in place . 1 . Attach a 1 / 4 " thick end panel with six screws and washers and notch for frame clearance , as shown .
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USE AND CARE SERVICE OPERATION CAUTION l ALWAYS DISCONNECT ELECTRIC POWER SUPPLY For best results , alwaysturn on your hood before you begin cooking . Let hood run for a few minutes after you turn off TO HOOD BEFORE SERVICING . ! range to allow hood to clear the air in the kitchen . Your hood uses an F2OT12 fluorescenttube , available at most hardware stores or home , centers . Pull out hood front to turn on blower and light . Light cannt also be turned on when hood front Isclosed , The hood fro If tube flickers or does not light , check the prongs on ends must be out and the speed control turned on for the blower of tube to make sure that they are properly seated in tube to start . holders . Slide prongs into holders and rotate tube so that SPEED CONTROL holders grip prongs and hold tube in place . If tube continues to flicker or does not light , replace tube . speeds and sound I _ vels . 1 " hecontrol turns the blower on to high speed and dials down to low speeds , If ends of the tube light but center does not , the starter omayn be defective . Your hood uses an FS - 2 starter , located With speed _ control turned on , blower will start when hood underside of control unit . Remove old starter by pushing it front is pulled out end will run at whatever previous speed in and turning it counterclockwise . Purchase a new starterit you have chosen , at your local hardware store or home center , and install HEAT SENTRY " by pushing it in and turning it clockwise . Your hood is equipped with a Heat SentryTM thermostat . This If tube still does not light , order a 97007428 Ballast thermostatis . s devicethat will turn on or speed up the blower Transformer Kit from your Broan Distributor or from the if it senses excessive heat above the cookingsurface . Broan Service Department . W _ ite Broan Mfg . Co . , Inc . , P . O . If blower Is not on , or if it is running at low speed , the Heatn Box 140 , Hartford , WI 5.3027 . Sentry " will override the normal blower control and tur blower on to high speed . The blower will run until tern peratures drop to normal levels . The blower will then return to its original setting . It _ LIGHT The light switch is located just to the left of the speed control . Turn on light by pulling front of hood out or , If you don't need the blower , just flip the switch for cooktop or night - lighting , CLEANING BLOWER Clean hood with a mild detergent suitable for painted surfaces . DO NOT USE ABRASIVE CLOTH , STEEL WOOL PADS OR SCOURING POWDERS . To clean blower , remove blower compartment cover andnd vacuum blower . Blower motor Is lifetime lubricated a never needs oiling , Do not Immers + eblower In water . FI LTE R The aluminum filter in your hood should be cleaned frequently with detergent to avoid grease buildu ; ) . The filter Is dishwasher safe . To remove filter , rotate retainingull clips on either side of filter opening out of the way and p KNURLED NUT _ filter out of hood . When replacing filter , make sure pulltabs on filter aretoward bottom and to the back of hood . HOW TO AVOID A COMMON RANGE - TOP GREASE FIRE TO REMOVE BLOWER FOR SERVICE 1 . Remove fluorescent tube . ing surface and the cabinets . Your range hood providesa protectivebarrierbetweenthe cook - Keep fen , filters and grease ladensurfacesCLEAN accordingto 2 . Rotate filter retaining clips out of way and remove filter . instructions . 3 . Unplug blower and back off knUrled nuts to ends of • Alwaysturn hoodON whencookingat highheatto keep the cook _ mg area and the hood cooler , blower mounting rods . Do not remove nuts completely Use high heat settings onlywhen necessary . from rods , Support blower with one hand and swinger Never leave cookingsurface unattended . Boll - overcausessmok _ ' rods out of the way . Do not grasp blower by blow ing and grea _ ; yspilloversthat may ignite . wheeis . . Wheeis may be damaged , Always use adequate - sized utensils . If preparingflaming foods , such as CherriesJubilee , alwaysturn hoodON to HIGH to preventa highheat situationwhich can cause damage or fire . HOW TO EXTINGUISH A COMMON RANGE - TOP GREASE FIRE = , Neverplckupa flamingpan + lfdropped , flamescan spreedqulckly . DO NOT USE WATER ! A violentsteam explosionmay result . Wet dishclothsor towelsare also dangerous . Flaminggreasecan alsobeexti . r _ ulshedwithbakingsodaora multi - i pumrpoothseerfdlarymcehsewmiitchaal ecxlotisnegfuittiisnhgerli . d , cookiesheetor metaltray . Turn off surface units - if you can do so withoutgetting burned .
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SERVICE PARTS . . . . . . . . - " " I - " i . . . . - - - - - TYT _ - - - - _ Model 113023 Hideaway Hood KEY PART NO . NUMBER DESCRIPTION KEY PART 11 97007480 Baffle Plate NO . NUMBER DESCRIPT ! ON , , , , , , , 12 98006316 Blower Compartment Cover 1 97007476 upper Housing Assembly 13 97007591 Lower Door Frame Assembly 2 99160332 # 10 - 24 x 1 / 2 Flat Head Machine 14 97007481 Lower Housing AsSembly Screw * ( 12 required ) 15 97007406 Blower Housing Wiring Harness 93170250 5 / 16 - 18 x 3 / 4 Hex Head Cap screw _ $ 6 97007728 Slide Assembly Kit ( 2 required ) ( 2 required ) ( Includes Key No . 10 ) 4 93260447 5 / 16 - 18 Lock Nut * ( 2 required ) 17 99100438 Door Pad ( 2 required ) 99260477 1 / 4.20 Lock Nut * ( 6 required ) 18 932708 ; 19 Wire Clip 97007590 Upper Door Frame Assembly 19 99260481 # 10B Sheet Metal Nut " U " Type 7 99260488 # 10 - 24 Lock Nut * ( 20 required ) ( 2 required ) 99400055 Bushing 20 99100379 Damper Bushing ( 2 required ) 8 98006348 Upper Shelf 21 98005221 Damper Flap 10 99150478 # 8Bx 3 / 8 Sheet Metal Screw * 22 93100402 Door Bumper ( 4 required ) ( 7 required ) 23 99230324 1 / 8 Dia . x 5t16 Pop Rivet * ( 2 required ) _ 24 98006352 Filter Retaining Clip ( 2 required ) 25 97007483 Spacer Bracket ( 2 required ) 26 99150418 # 10AB x 1 - 1 / 2 Sheet Metal Screw * WIRING DIAGRAM ' ( 2 required ) 27 99250916 1 / 4 " Flat Washer * ( 2 required ) A * * 99260480 # _ B Sheet Metal Nut " U " Type * ( 2 required ) C * * 99160320 1 ; / 4 - 20 x 3 Round Head Machine : . . . . . 60 HERTZ L t2O VOLTS J Screw * ( 2 required ) D * * 99250915 # 6 Flat Washer * ( 6 required ) F * * 99420475 1 / 4 - 20 Spring Wing Toggle * ( 2 required ) # SAB xl / 4 Sheet Metal Screw * I * * 991505.10 [ ( 8 required ) I ROUGH - IN KIT II I m w - - - } J * * 99150507 I WIRING BOX _ , # 10AB x 5 / 8 Sheet Metal Screw * I m ( 10 required ) . _ 97007484 Parts Bag ( Includes Key NOS . 3 thru ! 5 _ 7 , 25 thru 27 , A , C , D , F , I , and J ) 97005985 BI0wer AssemblY - Includes Key Nos ! WHT _ WHT 29 thru 33 , 36 & 37 28 97007725 Aluminum Filter 29 99020139 Blower Wheel - Counterclockwise R _ : BLOWER 30 99170245 # 8 - 18 Tapping Sarew ( 8 requ red ) tl 31 98005212 Motor Retaining Ring ( 2 required ) _ o oot _ N _ G1 Rubber Motor Mount ( 4 required ) 33 99080359 • Motor 34 99420464 Blower Mounting Rod ( 2 required ) 35 99260476 Blower Mounting Nut ( 2 required ) 36 97007314 Blower Scroll Housing 37 99020138 Blower Wheel - Clockwise 38 ! 97007727 Control Housing Cover 39 97007428 Ballast Transformer Kit THERMOSTAT 40 99260481 # ! OB Sheet Metal Nut " U " Type * , I oro 41 99030132 Speed Control 42 99270670 Ground Clip i _ 43 : 97007424 Heat Sentry " Bracket Assembly 44 94009817 Control Housing 45 99270550 Fluorescent Lampholder ( 2 requirec 46 98005860 Lampholder Retainer ( 2 required ) i = 47 99150490 # 10B Sheet metal Screw ( 4 required ' STARTER m 46 99360118 OR Knob BRN 49 99260491 3 / 8 Hex Nut 50 99030148 Light Switch 51 99270553 FS - 2 Fluorescent Starter * - ] . G . T I 52 99270650 Starter Base 53 99030033 Momentary Contact Switch 1SWITCH 54 97007407 Switch Wire Assembly ( 2 required ) 55 99160319 # 6 - 32 x 3 / 8 Pan Head Machine Screw , ( 4 required ) 56 99i5Q4 _ t I ' ( CMRCUO , PTENINIG ) # SB Sheet Metal Screw ( 2 require ¢ _ 700981S Control . Box Wiring Harness * Standard Hardware . May be purchased locally . * * Lettered Key Nos . illustrated on page 2 . 6
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SERVICE PARTS Model 113123 Hideaway Hood Rough - in Kit KEY PART NO . NUMBER DESCRIPTION 1 97007472 Rough - InPlate I U'O _ ' _ X / 2 _ lUt : _ ll _ IUUIIU OUlrc _ W ( 2 Required ) 3 98003370 Wiring Box Cover 4 99150415 # 8B Sheet Metal Screw 5 99440073 Power Cord 6 99400052 Strain Relief Bushing 7 99220287 5 / 16 - 10 x 3 Lag Screw * ( 2 Required ) 8 99250917 5 / 16 - Flat Washer * ( 2 Required ) * Standard Hardware . May be purchasedlocally . BROAN ONE YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY Broan warrants to the origins ! ! consumer purchaser of its p _ ' oductsthat such products will be free from defects inmaterials or work _ nship for a period of one year from the date of original pumhase . THERE ARE NO OTHER WARRANTIES , EXPRESS OR IMPLIED . INCLUDING , BUT NOT LIMITED TO . IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE , Duringthis one - year period , Broan will , at its option , repair or replace , without charge , any productor partwhich is foundto be defectiveunder normal use and service . THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT EXTEND TO FLUORESCENT LAMP STARTERS AND TUBES . Thiswarrantydoes not cover ( a ) normalmaintenance and servise or ( b ) any 0roductsor parts which have been subject to misuse , negligence , accident , impropermaintenance or repair ( other than r0yBroan ) , faulty installation or installation contrary to recommended installation , instructions . The duration of any implied warranty is limitedto the one - year periodas specifiedfor the express warranty . Some states do not allow limitationon how long an implied warranty lasts , so the above limitationmay not apply to you . BROAN'S OBLIGATION TO REPAIR OR REPL _ C _ AT BROAN'S OPTION , SHALL BE THE PURCHASER'S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY UNDER THIS WARRANTY . BROAN SHALL NOT BE LIABLE : FOR INCIDENTAL CONSEQUENTIAL OR SPECIAL DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH PRODUCT USE OR PERFORMANCE . , _ ome st _ es do not allow the exclusionor limitation of incidental or consequential damages , so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you . This warranty gives you specificlegal rights , and you may also have other rights , which vary from state to state . This warranty supersedes all prior warranties , To qualify for warranty servioe _ you must ( a ) notify Broan at the address stated below or telephone : 1 - 800 - 637 - 1453 b ) give the model number and pan identification and ( c ) describethe natureof any defect inthe productor part . Atthe t me of requestingwarrantyservice , you mustpresent evidence of the odglnal purchase date . Broen - NuTone LLC , 926 West State Street . Hartford . WI 53027 1 - 800 - 637 - 1453 99040918T
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