Miele DA 186 Manual, Operating And Installation Instructions

Manual, Operating And Installation Instructions for Miele DA 186 Ventilation Hood (28 pages)

Specifications:

555/555743-da_186.pdf file (09 Nov 2023)
  • Manufacturer: Miele
  • Category of Device: Ventilation Hood
  • Document: DA 186, File Type: PDF Operating And Installation Instructions
  • Updated: 09-11-2023
  • Count of Pages: 28
Download DA 186 Manual (28 pages)

Miele DA 186: Read PDF Manual Online

Data: UPD 9th November 2023

Miele DA 186 Ventilation Hood PDF Operating And Installation Instructions (Updated: Thursday 9th of November 2023 11:16:44 AM)

Rating: 4.9 (rated by 21 users)

Compatible devices: DA 390-6, SmartLine CSDA 7000, DA 326 i, DA 270-4, DA398-7, DA 6996 W, DA 6690 D EXT, DA 6290 W.

Recommended Documentation:

Miele DA 186: Text of Manual, Operating And Installation Instructions

(Ocr-Read Version Summary of Contents, UPD: 09 November 2023)
  • Operating and installation instructions

    Range hood

    DA 186,

    DA 188,

    DA 189

    To avoid the risk of personal injury

    or damage to the appliance, it is

    essential that you read these

    operating instructions before

    installation and use.

    M.-Nr. 07 837 910

    en-CA

  • Caring for the environment..........................................3

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.................................4

    Guide to the appliance / Operation ...................................8

    Operation .........................................................9

    Operation .......................................................10

    Cleaning and care ................................................11

    Housing .........................................................11

    Grease filters .....................................................11

    Odor Filters ......................................................13

    Changing lamps ..................................................14

    Customer service.................................................15

    Appliance dimensions.............................................16

    Distance between cooktop and hood ..................................17

    Installation ......................................................18

    Electrical connection..............................................24

    Air extraction ....................................................25

    Technical data ...................................................27

    Contents

    2

  • Disposal of packing material

    The cardboard box and packing

    materials protect the appliance during

    shipping. They have been designed to

    be biodegradable and recyclable.

    Please recycle.

    To prevent suffocation of children,

    ensure that any plastic wrappings,

    bags, etc. are disposed of safely

    and kept out of their reach.

    Disposal of an old appliance

    Old appliances may contain materials

    that can be recycled. Please contact

    your local recycling center about the

    possibility of recycling these materials.

    Before discarding an old hood,

    unplug it from the outlet and cut off

    its power cord to prevent hazards.

    Caring for the environment

    3

  • READ AND SAVE THESE

    INSTRUCTIONS

    Keep these operating instructions in

    a safe place and pass them on to any

    future user.

    Read these Instructions carefully

    before installing or using the

    Ventilation System.

    ~

    This appliance is intended for

    residential use only. Use the appliance

    only for its intended purpose.

    ~

    This appliance complies with current

    safety requirements. Improper use of

    the appliance can lead to personal

    injury and material damage.

    ,CAUTION

    For General Ventilating Use

    Only. Do Not Use To Exhaust

    Hazardous Or Explosive

    Materials And Vapors.

    ~

    This appliance is designed to vent

    cooking smoke and odors only.

    ~

    This appliance is suitable for

    installation above gas or electric

    cooking surfaces.

    ~

    This appliance is not designed for

    maritime use or for use in mobile

    installations such as recreational

    vehicles or aircraft.

    ,WARNING

    TO REDUCE THE RISK OF

    FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK, OR

    INJURY TO PERSONS,

    OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING:

    ~

    a) Use this appliance only in the

    manner intended by the manufacturer.

    If you have questions, contact Miele.

    ~

    b) Before servicing or cleaning the

    appliance, switch power off at the ser

    -

    vice panel and lock the service

    disconnecting means to prevent power

    from being switched on accidentally.

    When the service disconnecting means

    cannot be locked, securely fasten a

    prominent warning device, such as a

    tag, to the service panel.

    ~

    c) Be certain your appliance is

    properly installed and grounded by a

    qualified technician.

    To guarantee the electrical safety of this

    appliance, continuity must exist

    between the appliance and an effective

    grounding system. It is imperative that

    this basic safety requirement be met. If

    there is any doubt, have the electrical

    system of the house checked by a

    qualified electrician.

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

    4

  • ~

    d) Before connecting the appliance

    to the power supply make sure that the

    voltage and frequency listed on the

    data plate correspond with the

    household electrical supply.

    This data must correspond to prevent

    appliance damage. If in doubt consult a

    qualified electrician.

    ~

    e) Installation work and repairs

    should only be performed by a qualified

    technician in accordance with all

    applicable codes and standards.

    Repairs and other work by unqualified

    persons could be dangerous.

    ~

    f) Only open the housing as

    described in the enclosed "Installation

    diagram" and in the "Cleaning and care"

    section of this manual. Under no

    circumstances should any other parts

    of the housing be opened. Tampering

    with electrical connections or

    components and mechanical parts is

    highly dangerous to the user and can

    cause operation faults.

    ~

    g) Before discarding an old

    appliance, disconnect it from the power

    supply and remove the power cord to

    prevent hazards.

    Use

    ,WARNING

    TO REDUCE THE RISK OF A

    COOKTOP GREASE FIRE:

    ~

    a) Never leave surface units

    unattended at high settings. Boilovers

    cause smoking and greasy spillovers

    may ignite. Heat oils slowly on low or

    medium settings.

    ~

    b) Always turn the hood on when

    cooking at a high heat.

    ~

    c) Clean the ventilation hood

    frequently. Grease should not be

    allowed to accumulate on the fan or

    filter.

    ~

    d) Use the proper pan size. Always

    use cookware appropriate for the size

    of the cooking area.

    ~

    e) Do not flambé or grill with an

    open flame beneath the hood.

    Flames could be drawn up into the

    hood by the suction and the grease

    filters may catch fire.

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

    5

  • ,WARNING

    TO REDUCE THE RISK OF

    INJURY TO PERSONS IN THE

    EVENT OF A COOKTOP

    GREASE FIRE, OBSERVE THE

    FOLLOWING*

    ~

    a) SMOTHER FLAMES with a close

    fitting lid, cookie sheet, or metal tray

    then turn off the burner.

    BE CAREFUL TO PREVENT BURNS.

    If the flames do not go out immediately,

    EVACUATE AND CALL THE FIRE

    DEPARTMENT.

    ~

    b) NEVER PICK UP A FLAMING

    PAN - You may be burned.

    ~

    c) DO NOT USE WATER, including

    wet dishcloths or towels - a violent

    steam explosion will result.

    ~

    d) Use a fire extinguisher ONLY if:

    1) You have a class ABC

    extinguisher, and you know how to

    operate it.

    2) The fire is small and contained in

    the area where it started.

    3) The fire department is being

    called.

    4)You can fight the fire with your

    back to an exit.

    * Based on "Kitchen Firesafety Tips"

    published by NAFTA

    ~

    Do not allow children to play with or

    operate the appliance or its controls.

    Supervise its use by the elderly or

    infirm.

    ~

    Always turn on the hood when using

    the cooktop to prevent damage from

    condensation.

    ~

    Never operate gas burners without

    cookware. Turn the burner off when not

    in use. Adjust the burner so that the

    flames do not extend beneath the

    cookware. Do not overheat the

    cookware, e.g. when using a wok. The

    hood can be damaged due to

    excessive heat from the burners and

    the cookware.

    ~

    Do not use the hood without the

    grease filters in place.

    ~

    Do not use a steam cleaner to clean

    the hood. Steam could penetrate

    electrical components and cause a

    short circuit.

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

    6

  • Installation

    ,WARNING

    TO REDUCE THE RISK OF

    FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK, OR

    INJURY TO PERSONS,

    OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING:

    ~

    a) Installation work and electrical

    wiring must be done by qualified

    person(s) in accordance with all

    applicable codes and standards,

    including fire-rated construction.

    ~

    b) Sufficient air is needed for

    combustion and exhausting of gases

    through the flue (chimney) of fuel

    burning equipment to prevent back

    drafting. Follow the heating equipment

    manufacturer’s guideline and safety

    standards such as those published by

    the National Fire Protection Association

    (NFPA) and the American Society for

    Heating, Refrigeration and Air

    Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), and

    the local code authorities.

    ~

    c) When cutting or drilling into the

    wall or ceiling, do not damage electrical

    wiring and other hidden utilities.

    ~

    d) Ducted hoods must always be

    vented to the outdoors.

    ~

    e) Do not use this hood with any

    solid-state speed control device.

    ~

    f) Do not use an extension cord to

    connect the appliance to electricity.

    Extension cords do not guarantee the

    required safety of the appliance,

    (e.g. danger of overheating).

    ~

    g) Do not install this hood over

    cooktops that burn solid fuel.

    ~

    h) Provided a larger distance is not

    given by the manufacturer of the

    cooktop, follow the minimum safety

    distances between a cooktop and the

    bottom of the hood given in the

    "Appliance dimensions" section of this

    manual.

    If local building codes require a greater

    safety distance, follow their

    requirement.

    If there is more than one appliance

    beneath the hood and they have

    different minimum safety distances

    always select the greater distance.

    When installing a wood or laminate

    decor panel onto the cooker hood,

    regard the cooktop manufacturer’s

    advice on the use of easily flammable

    material above the cooktop.

    ~

    i) Never connect an exhaust hood to

    an active chimney, dryer vent, vent flue,

    or room ventilating ductwork.

    ~

    j) Seek professional advice before

    connecting an exhaust hood vent to an

    existing, inactive chimney or vent flue.

    ~

    k) Any fittings, sealant, or materials

    used to install the ductwork must be

    made of approved non-flammable

    materials.

    ,WARNING

    TO REDUCE THE RISK OF

    FIRE USE ONLY METAL

    DUCTWORK.

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

    7

  • Guide to the appliance / Operation

    8

  • a Recirculation grille

    (for recirculation mode only)

    b Exhaust connection

    c Installation bracket

    d Folding vapour canopy

    for installation of a cabinet door

    e Deodorizing filter

    (accessory available to order for

    recirculation mode operation)

    f Cooktop lighting

    g Grease filter

    h Control panel

    Operation

    Switching the fan on

    ^

    Open the vapour canopy.

    The fan comes on at power level "2".

    ^

    Use the buttons to select the desired

    power level.

    For air exhaust and circulation, it is

    recommended that you let the fan

    continue to run for several minutes after

    cooking is completed.

    This helps clear the kitchen air of any

    remaining vapours and odours.

    ^ To switch off the fan

    – close the vapour canopy, or

    – press the "OFF" button longer.

    ^ To switch the fan back on, press one

    of the buttons "1" to "3".

    Switching on the lighting

    The cooktop lighting can be switched

    on and off independently of the fan.

    ^

    Open the vapour canopy.

    The lighting switches on.

    ^

    To switch off the lighting

    – close the vapour canopy, or

    – press the "n" button.

    9

    Guide to the appliance / Operation

  • The range hood operates

    ...inairextraction mode:

    The air is drawn in and cleaned by the

    grease filters and then directed outside.

    If your air extraction system does not

    have a non-return flap, one is

    provided with the range hood.

    A non-return flap in the ventilation

    system ensures that when the range

    hood is shut off no unwanted exchange

    can occur between room air and

    outdoor air.

    It is closed when the range hood is shut

    off.

    When the hood is switched on, the

    non-return flap opens so that the

    exhaust air can be transported

    unimpeded to the outside.

    ...inairrecirculation mode:

    The air drawn in is cleaned by the

    grease filters and then by two

    deodorizing filters.

    The air is returned to the kitchen

    through an opening in the top of the

    range hood.

    The deodorizing filters are available as

    accessories (see "Technical data").

    In recirculation operation, ensure that

    the deodorizing filters are in place; see

    "Care and Cleaning".

    Operation

    10

  • ,WARNING. TO REDUCE THE

    RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK

    OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING:

    Before servicing and repairing the

    range hood, disconnect it from the

    household electrical supply,

    – by switching off the house panel

    circuit breaker

    or

    – by completely unscrewing

    screw-type fuses from the

    house fuse panel

    Housing

    The surfaces and control panel are

    sensitive to scratching and cutting.

    To keep from damaging them, it is

    important to read the following

    instructions.

    Use only a soft cloth with some dish

    liquid and warm water to clean all

    surfaces and the control panel.

    Dry all surfaces with a soft cloth.

    In the control panel area, do not use

    excess moisture in cleaning, to

    prevent dampness from getting into

    the electronics.

    Avoid:

    cleaning products that contain

    washing soda, acids, bleach or

    solvents,

    abrasive cleansers, such as scouring

    powder or scouring liquid, scrubbing

    sponges, such as pot scrubbers, or

    used sponges that still contain

    abrasive cleanser residue.

    Grease filters

    The re-usable metal grease filters in the

    appliance trap the solid components

    present in cooking vapour (grease,

    dust, etc.), and this helps keep the

    exhaust hood clean.

    We recommend cleaning the grease

    filters every 3-4 weeks, before the

    residue solidifies.

    A filter with excessive grease carries

    the risk of fire.

    ^ Open the grease filter locking clips

    and remove the filter downwards.

    To prevent damage to the filter and

    the cooking surface, hold the filter

    securely when handling it.

    Cleaning and care

    11

  • Washing the grease filter by hand

    ^

    Clean the grease filters with a dish

    brush dipped in a mixture of warm

    water and a mild dish liquid.

    Do not use undiluted or concentrated

    dish liquid.

    Do not use the following:

    lime removers,

    scouring powder, scouring liquid, or

    any corrosive all-purpose cleaner.

    oven spray,

    Washing grease filters in the

    dishwasher

    ^ Place the filter vertically in the lower

    basket, making sure that the spray

    arm is not blocked.

    Use a wash program with a max.

    temperature of 150°F (65°C). In a

    Miele dishwasher use the "Normal"

    program.

    Use the recommended amount of

    dishwasher detergent. Overuse could

    destroy the filter.

    If you use the dishwasher to clean

    the grease filters, some discoloration

    may occur on their inside surfaces,

    depending on the detergent used.

    This has no effect on their efficiency.

    ^

    After cleaning, lay the grease filters

    on an absorbent surface to dry.

    ^

    With the filters removed, clean

    accumulated grease from accessible

    areas of the housing. This reduces

    the fire hazard.

    Cleaning and care

    12

  • Odor Filters

    If the range hood is set up for

    recalculation operation, two DKF 14-1

    charcoal filters must be added to the

    grease filters.

    ^

    Open the vapour canopy.

    ^

    Remove the grease filters.

    ^

    Take the charcoal filters out of their

    packaging.

    ^ Position the charcoal filters on either

    side of the fan and twist them into

    their holders.

    ^

    Put the grease filters back in place.

    Replace the charcoal filters when they

    no longer sufficiently absorb the

    odours, but after six months at the

    latest.

    Note:

    The vapour canopy may be removed

    for better accessibility.

    ^

    Open the vapour canopy.

    ^ Pull down the sliding catch and tip

    the canopy out forward.

    ^ To replace the canopy, insert it into

    the top guides and swing it

    downwards.

    13

    Cleaning and care

  • Changing lamps

    ,WARNING TO REDUCE THE

    RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK

    OR INJURY TO PERSONS

    OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING:

    Disconnect the exhaust hood from

    the power supply as follows:

    – shut off the circuit breaker at the

    house panel, or

    – fully unscrew the fuse from the

    house fuse panel.

    The halogen lights become very hot

    when in use. They can cause burns

    even after being shut off for some

    time.

    ^

    Remove both screws from the lamp

    holder decorative ring.

    ^

    Pull the lamp unit out.

    ^ Push the halogen lamp out of its

    mounting from the back. Take care

    not to let it fall on the cooktop.

    ^ Fir a new halogen lamp (20 W) into

    the mounting, and replace the lamp

    unit, tightening its screws again.

    Cleaning and care

    14

  • For faults you cannot correct yourself,

    please contact the Miele Factory Repair

    Service.

    The telephone number for the

    Factory Repair Service is listed on

    the back cover of these operating

    instructions.

    Customer service will require the model

    designation and serial number of your

    range hood. These can be found on the

    data plate, visible when the grease

    filters are removed.

    Customer service

    15

  • DA 186

    DA 188

    DA 189

    * Cabinet panel dimensions

    Air extraction connection

    C 4

    3

    /

    4

    " (120 mm).

    Appliance dimensions

    16

  • Distance between cooktop and hood

    Do not install this exhaust hood over cooktops burning solid fuel.

    Provided a larger distance is not given by the manufacturer of the cooktop,

    follow the minimum safety distances between a cooktop and the bottom of the

    hood:

    Miele Cooktops Non-Miele

    Cooktops

    Electric Cooktops 24" (610 mm)

    Electric Barbeques and Fryers 26" (660 mm)

    Multiburner Gas cooktops

    <

    43,000 BTU (12.6 KW)

    and no burner > 15,000 BTU (4.5 KW)

    26" (660 mm) 30" (760 mm)

    Single burner (Wok) < 20,500 BTU (6 KW) 26" (660 mm) 30" (760 mm)

    All other gas cooktops 30" (760 mm)

    – If several gas surfaces are installed under the hood, the total output must be

    considered when determining the minimum safety distance.

    – When installing a wood or laminate decor panel onto the cooker hood, regard

    the cooktop manufacturer’s advice on the use of easily flammable material

    above the cooktop. If not otherwise specified in the instructions, ensure a

    distance of at least 30” (760 mm) from the gas cooktop.

    If local building codes require a greater safety distance, follow their requirement.

    If there is more than one appliance beneath the hood and they have different

    minimum safety distances always select the greater distance.

    See "Important Safety Instructions" for further information.

    Appliance dimensions

    17

  • Before installation, read the

    information on "IMPORTANT SAFETY

    INSTRUCTIONS".

    Under certain conditions there is a

    risk of carbon monoxide poisoning,

    especially if you operate the range

    hood simultaneously with an open

    fireplace.

    Installing the cabinet door

    ^

    Open the vapour canopy.

    ^

    Pull the sliding catch forward to

    release the canopy and swing it

    forward and upwards.

    ^

    Take out the grease filter and remove

    the protective foil from the filter

    frame.

    ^

    Cut the drilling template for the front

    door to size, lay it on the inside of the

    door and pre-drill the holes as

    marked.

    ^

    Using suitable screws, attach the

    cabinet door to the vapour canopy.

    Installation

    18

  • Adjusting depth

    ^ The depth of the unit ("T" in the

    diagram) can be adjusted from

    10

    13

    /

    16

    "to14

    3

    /

    16

    " (275 to 360 mm) by

    means of the adjustable brackets..

    ^

    Slightly loosen the screws holding the

    brackets.

    ^

    Pull the brackets out to the desired

    depth "T".

    ^

    Tighten the screws again.

    ^

    To align the depth on the underside

    of the hood, loosen the screws on the

    angle plate and move it to the

    position required.

    ^

    If the range of adjustment is

    insufficient, unscrew the bracket

    completely, rotate it, and use the

    longer side.

    ^

    Tighten the screws again.

    To install a plywood backing

    The whole weight of the installed

    ventilation system has to be

    supported by the mounting plates.

    They must be firmly attached to stud

    framing behind the drywall. If studs

    are not available directly behind

    both mounting plates, a plywood

    backing (min. 2" (51 mm) thick)

    spanning at least two studs must be

    installed. Failure to adequately

    support the weight as stated may

    result in the ventilation system falling

    off the wall, causing personal injury

    and property damage.

    (If plywood backing is not needed,

    proceed to "Wall attachment".)

    ^

    Determine and mark the top edge of

    the appliance. It must be at least

    S+17

    3

    /

    4

    " (S + 450 mm) in order to

    comply with the safety height (see

    "Appliance Dimensions").

    19

    Installation

  • ^

    Make a cutting line 13" (330 mm)

    below the the top edge marking.

    ^

    Find the studs to the left and right of

    the appliance location by tapping the

    wall or using a stud finder.

    ^

    Mark a vertical cutting line along the

    center of each stud.

    Be careful not to damage any wiring

    or plumbing that may be located

    behind the wall. Make sure that the

    power supply to the area where this

    installation is being performed has

    been turned off at the breaker panel

    before cutting into the wall.

    ^ Remove the drywall between the

    cutting lines and replace it with

    plywood of a matching thickness

    (min. 2" (51 mm) thick).

    ^ Screw the plywood firmly to the wall

    studs.

    ^ Tape the joints and refinish the wall.

    Wall attachment

    ^ Cut the wall attachment drilling

    template and place it on the wall.

    The top edge of the trimmed template

    marks the top edge of the unit. To

    maintain a safe height above the

    cooktop, it must not be lower than

    S+17

    3

    /

    4

    " (S + 450 mm) (see

    "Appliance Dimensions").

    ^ Mark and drill the four locations for

    the mounting plate (C 3 mm).

    ^

    Fix the mounting plate to the wall

    using the 5.2 x 50 mm screws

    provided.

    Another drilling template is provided for

    connecting the range hood to adjoining

    cabinets or for fitting side panels.

    ^

    Using the template, drill two

    mounting holes in the side cabinet or

    side panel (C 2 mm).

    Installation

    20

  • ^ For Recirculation the reducing collar

    with the non-return flap must be

    removed by unscrewing the screws

    and installing the recirculation grille.

    ^

    Using a screw driver, pry out one of

    the covers for feeding through the

    power cable.

    ^ Hang the range hood in position

    using the adjustable brackets.

    ^

    Position the vapour canopy with the

    cabinet front fitted and close it.

    Installation

    21

  • The movement of the vapour canopy

    can be adjusted. This may be

    necessary, for instance, if a heavy

    cabinet panel is mounted. In the front of

    the lower edge of the unit, two

    openings (right and left) give access to

    two adjustment screws.

    ^ Remove both cover caps.

    ^ Using a Philips screwdriver, adjust

    both sides evenly:

    - clockwise: the folding mechanism

    becomes stiffer.

    - counterclockwise: the folding

    mechanism becomes freer.

    ^ Replace the cover caps.

    Height adjustment

    ^ Using the screws of the adjustable

    brackets, you can align the unit with

    the height of the adjoining cabinets.

    Turn them

    – counterclockwise: The unit is

    raised.

    – clockwise: the unit is lowered.

    ^ If necessary, adjust the depth again.

    ^

    Fix the hood to the wall using the

    5.2 x 50 mm screws provided.

    Installation

    22

  • Securing the appliance to

    neighbouring wall units or fitting side

    panels

    ^

    Remove the vapour canopy.

    ^ With grease filters removed, secure

    the range hood, or fit the side panels,

    using two screws per side.

    For the lower screws, first remove the

    screw caps, and replace them

    afterwards.

    ^ Replace the vapour canopy.

    ^

    For air extraction mode:

    Fit flexible ducting or a extraction

    pipe to the discharge connection,

    using a hose clamp.

    – Now fit the other discharge air

    connection.

    (see "Air extraction")

    ^ For recirculation mode:

    – Fit the two deodorizing filters (see

    "Cleaning and care").

    ^

    Finally, replace the grease filters.

    Installation

    23

  • All electrical work should be

    performed by a qualified electrician

    in strict accordance with national

    and local safety regulations.

    Installation, repairs and other work

    by unqualified persons could be

    dangerous. The manufacturer can

    not be held responsible for

    unauthorized work.

    Ensure that power to the appliance

    is OFF while installation or repair

    work is performed.

    ^

    Verify that the voltage, load and

    circuit rating information found on the

    data plate (located behind the

    grease filter), match the household

    electrical supply before installing the

    hood.

    If there is any question concerning the

    electrical connection of this appliance

    to your power supply, please consult a

    licensed electrician or call Miele’s

    Technical Service Department. See

    back cover for contact information.

    WARNING:

    THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE

    GROUNDED

    Important

    To increase security before the

    machine is installed, it is

    recommended to install a protective

    switch (30 mA).

    CAUTION

    Connect only to a 15-ampere branch

    circuit.

    ^

    Remove the vapour canopy and the

    grease filters from the range hood

    (see “Cleaning and Care”).

    The electrical junction box is located on

    the inside rear right of the range hood.

    ^ Loosen the screws and remove the

    cover.

    ^ Feed the power line from your house

    installation through the cable opening

    in the casing.

    ^ Connect the cables to the terminal

    clamps.

    Important

    The hood must be hard wired

    accordingly:

    Black/Red wire:....connect to L1 (live)

    White wire: .....connect to N (neutral)

    Green wire: . . connect to GND (ground)

    ^

    Close up the junction box again and

    re-install the grease filters and the

    vapour canopy.

    Electrical connection

    24

  • ,

    WARNING

    Danger of toxic fumes.

    Gas cooking appliances release

    carbon monoxide that can be

    harmful or fatal if inhaled.

    To reduce the risk of fire and to

    properly exhaust air, the exhaust

    gases extracted by the hood

    should be vented outside of the

    building only.

    Do not vent exhaust air into

    spaces within walls or ceilings or

    in attics, crawl spaces or garages.

    To reduce the risk of fire, only use

    metal ductwork.

    Please read and follow the

    "IMPORTANT SAFETY

    INSTRUCTIONS" to reduce the risk of

    personal injury. Follow all local building

    codes when installing the hood.

    Exhaust ducting and connections

    Use smooth or flexible pipework made

    from approved non-flammable

    materials for exhaust ducting.

    To achieve the most efficient air

    extraction and quietest noise levels,

    consider the following:

    The diameter of the ductwork should

    not be less than 4

    3

    /

    4

    " (120 mm).

    If flat ducting is used, the cross

    section must not be smaller than the

    cross section of the ventilation

    exhaust.

    – The ducting should be as short and

    straight as possible.

    – Use ductwork with a wide radius.

    – The exhaust duct must not be bent

    or compressed.

    – Make sure all connections are

    secure.

    – Where the ductwork is horizontal, it

    must slope away from the hood at

    least

    1

    /

    8

    " per foot (1 cm per meter) to

    prevent condensation dripping into

    the appliance.

    Air extraction

    25

  • If the exhaust is ducted through an

    outside wall, a Miele Telescopic Wall

    Vent can be used.

    – If the exhaust is ducted into an

    inactive flue, the air must be expelled

    parallel to the flow direction of the

    flue.

    Never connect an exhaust hood to

    an active chimney, dryer vent, flue,

    or room venting ductwork. Seek

    professional advice before

    connecting an exhaust hood vent to

    an existing, inactive chimney or vent

    flue.

    Important

    If the ductwork runs through rooms,

    ceilings, garages, etc. where

    temperature variations exist, it may

    need to be insulated to reduce

    condensation.

    Air extraction

    26

  • Total connected load..........260W

    Fan motor .................220W

    Cooktop lighting ..........2x20W

    Power supply voltage ......... 120V

    Cycles (Hz) ................~60Hz

    Fuse rating (amps) .............15A

    Technical data

    27

  • Alteration rights reserved / 2810

    M.-Nr. 07 837 910 / 00

  • Miele DA 186 User Manual
  • Miele DA 186 User Guide
  • Miele DA 186 PDF Manual
  • Miele DA 186 Owner's Manuals

DOC-1d2691db:

Recommended for Miele DA 186 Owners: 5.1 Surround, AeroPilates Performer 296, DVI Switches

Ibiza Glass, SYSTEM 920, HRV46, W422210, COS-63175, APL 2112
  • NWASMInstallation, Operation, and Maintenance ManualsDESCRIPTION: FD, DAMPERS, FANS, GVSMANUFACTURERGREENHECKPROJECT:HIGHLANDS BUILDING (HOG)LOCATION:SPRINGDALE, ARCONTRACTOR:NORTHWEST ARKANSAS SHEET METALDATE: 7/23/2020SUBMITTED BY:DEBBIE FEDRICCI3251 W. Huntsville Avenue * Springdadle, AR 7276 ...

    Model & Doc Type: DFD Series 90

  • LEIHDC90BB-EU LEIHDC120BB-EU LEIHDC90BC-EU LEIHDC120BC-EU LEIHDC90SC-EU LEIHDC120SC-EU FALHDC90BB FALHDC120BB FALHDC90BC FALHDC120BC LEIHDC110BB-EU FALHDC90CR/C LEIHDC110BC-EU FALHDC110CR/C LEIHDC110SC-EU FALHDC90CY/C FALHDC110BB FALHDC110CY/C FALHDC110BC RMHDC110WC/-EU Libretto di Istruz ...

    Model & Doc Type: LEIHDC90BB-EU 56

  • Page 1L113 1210AULCUSRRead and Save These Instructions All Hoods Must Be Installed By A Qualied InstallerINSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS EUROLINE/EUROLINE PRO ISLAND RANGE HOODRead All Instructions Thoroughly Before Beginning InstallationWARNING - TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC S ...

    Model & Doc Type: EUROLINE 6

  • Instructions for use and installation Cooker Hood Istruzioni per l’uso e l’installazione Cappa Mode d’emploi et installation Hotte de Cuisine Bedienungsanleitung und Installation Dunstabzugshaube KullanÖm ve montaj talimatlarÖ Davlumbaz Uživatelská Pøíruèka Odsavaþ pa ...

    Model & Doc Type: FDW 908 IB XS 140

  • INSTALLATION GUIDE & USER MANUALIMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONSCarefully read the following Important information redarding installationsafety and maintenance. Keep these instruction for future reference.I N S P I R I N G T H E W O R L D ’ S K I T C H E NWALL MOUNTRANGE HOODCOS-63175COS- ...

    Model & Doc Type: COS-63175 12

  • UNIVERSAL/MULTIFLEX Product No. RH30WC60GSA RH36WC60GSA Market North America North America Color stainless steel stainless steel Exhaust-CFM 600 CFM 600 CFM Volts 120 120 Owner's Guide 316488522 316488522 Installation Instructions 316488522 316488522 Wiring Diagram 5995510996 59 ...

    Model & Doc Type: RH30WC60G 4

  • Installation InstructionsDowndraft VentHRV46, MRV3015*, MRV3615*, MRV48, MRV3015-ER, MRV36-ER, MRV48-ERIncludes installation instructions for Dacor cabinet blower CABP3, which is an option for the indicated* models.Part No. 113910 Rev EUse these downdraft vents only with approved ...

    Model & Doc Type: HRV46 20

  • MONTARE ŞI FOLOSIRED MONTAGE- UND GEBRAUCHSANWEISUNGGB INSTRUCTION ON MOUNTING AND USEF PRESCRIPTIONS DE MONTAGE ET MODE D’EMPLOINL MONTAGEVOORSCHRIFTEN EN GEBRUIKSAANWIIZINGES MONTAJE Y MODO DE EMPLEOI ISTRUZIONI DI MONTAGGIO E D’USOMODEL:CEILINGMODEL:CEILING M.E. RU ...

    Model & Doc Type: CEILING 32

  • AIR KING LIMITED110 GLIDDEN ROADBRAMPTON ONTARIO CANADATEL. 1 800 465 7300 FAX 905 456 1015GUARANTEE - GARANTIE - GARANTIADATEDATEFECHAMODEL No.MODÈLE N.ºMODELO N.ºRETAILER’S STAMPTIMBRE DE L’ÉTABLISSEMENTSELLO DEL ESTABLECIMIENTOFAULTDEFAUTDEFECTOUse and handling instructionsMode d’ ...

    Model & Doc Type: Ibiza Glass 6

  • Only qualified personnel should install this fan. Personnel should have a clear understanding of these instructions and should be aware of general safety precautions. Improper installation can result in electric shock, possible injury due to coming in contact with moving parts, as well as ...

    Model & Doc Type: TCF 8

Additional Information:

# Brand Model Document Type/File Pages File Size Last Checked
1 Miele
DA 7000 D
36 12/04
2 Hotpoint
HDI 93 X
8 1.04 Mb 26/01
3 Electrolux
MCH 660
16 1.04 Mb 18/06
4 Tricity Bendix
LE 150
4 0.24 Mb 29/12
5 IKEA
MATÄLSKARE
52 03/06
6 Sirius Satellite Radio
SLTC93
32 04/04
7 Electrum
CGH611LX
23 16/01
8 ELICA
Elite 26 series
128 06/04
9 Zigmund & Shtain
K 333.41 S
24 29/04
10 Creda
CRN40
16 0.12 Mb 15/01
11 Novy
780 Fusion+
12 30/12
12 Broan
CLSC1
24 06/05
13 Wolf
Pro Hood Liner
12 14/04
14 DCS
EH-30SS
7 03/04
15 Ancona
WPRV430
20 26/03
16 Fagor
3CFT-DEEP90 X
52 1.87 Mb 23/02
17 Sirius Satellite Radio
SU906
32 01/06
18 GE
Appliances CV966
48 16/12
19 Gaggenau
AC2001.1
64 30/04
20 Xo
XOS30S
64 02/05
Popular Right Now:
# Brand Model Document (PDF) Pages Size Check Date
1 Fujitsu
ABT14RB
17 14.01.
2 Monoprice
12179
16 31.05.
3 Elk
M1XRFTW
16 21.02.
4 Christie
boxer 4K30
47 26.03.
5 Buffalo
hd-patu3
105 05.04.
6 Town & Country Fireplaces
TCWS38
44 17.06.
7 Pure AV
AV24502uk
10 04.01.
8 NRS Healthcare
M48192
2 25.01.
9 Honda
GX120
64 3.55 Mb 17.01.
10 Unique
UGP 6C
43 25.12.
11 Sony
CMT-DX400A
2 20.03.
12 brennenstuhl
RCS 1044 N Comfort
116 29.04.
13 Weber
Performer
48 8.22 Mb 22.03.
14 Yamaha
FS-50
38 3.05 Mb 28.05.
15 Medtronic
MiniMed 640G
2 27.03.
16 Vertex Standard
EVX-5400
40 0.74 Mb 24.12.
17 Weider
200 Bench
20 1.73 Mb 10.02.
18 GE
JCP910
16 18.05.
19 Fisher-Price
TOT ROD R2510
21 4.72 Mb 17.05.
20 Epson
3800 - Stylus Pro Color Inkjet Printer
6 2.14 Mb 21.01.
21 Thermaltake
Core V21
12 17.05.
Operating Impressions, Questions and Answers: