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Installation Instructions

Metal Liner Inserts


The Ultimate Temptation In Luxury Hoods
(Wood Hoods, Stucco, or Tile Hoods)

PLEASE READ ENTIRE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE PROCEEDING.


INSTALLATION MUST COMPLY WITH ALL LOCAL CODES.
IMPORTANT: Save these instructions for the Local Electrical Inspector’s use.
INSTALLER: Please leave these instructions with this unit for the owner.
OWNER: Please retain these instructions for future reference.
SAFETY WARNING: Turn off power circuit at the service panel and lock out panel, before wiring this unit.

IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS


WARNING - TO REDUCE THE WARNING - TO REDUCE THE RISK 1. SMOTHER FLAMES with a close-fitting
RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK, OF A RANGE TOP GREASE FIRE: lid, cookie sheet, or other metal tray, then
OR INJURY TO PERSONS, turn off the gas burner or the electric
OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING: 1. Never leave surface units unattended element.
at high settings.
1. Use this unit only in the manner Boilovers cause smoking and greasy spillovers 2. BE CAREFUL TO PREVENT BURNS.
intended by the manufacturer. If you that may ignite. Heat oils slowly on low or If the flames do not go out immediately.
have any questions, contact the medium settings. EVACUATE AND CALL THE FIRE
manufacturer - Independent Inc. DEPARTMENT.
(800-7-NEVADA) 2. Always turn hood ON when cooking at
high heat or when cooking flaming foods. 3. NEVER PICK UP A FLAMING PAN -
2. Before servicing or cleaning the unit, you may be burned.
switch power off at service panel and 3. Clean ventilating fans frequently.
lock the service disconnecting means to Grease should not be allowed to accumulate 4. DO NOT USE WATER, including wet
prevent power from being switched on on fan or filter. dish-cloths or towels - a violent steam
accidentally. When the service explosion will result.
disconnecting means cannot be locked, 4. Always use cookware appropriate for the
attach a tag to the service panel to size of the surface element. 5. Use an extinguisher ONLY if:
indicate power has been switched off a. You know you have a class ABC
for maintenance. WARNING - TO REDUCE THE RISK extinguisher, and you already know
OF INJURY TO PERSONS, IN THE how to operate it.
C AU T I O N : F O R G E N E R A L EVENT OF A RANGE TOP GREASE
b. The fire is small and contained in
VENTILATION USE ONLY. DO FIRE, OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING:
the area where it started.
N O T U S E T O E X H AU S T
HAZARDOUS OR EXPLOSIVE c. The fire department is being called.
MATERIALS OR VAPOR.
d. You can fight the fire with your back
to an exit.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLATION
WARNING - backdrafting. Follow the heating
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, equipment manufacturer’s guidelines F. NEVER place a switch where it can
ELECTRIC SHOCK, OR INJURY TO and safety standards such as those be reached from a tub or shower.
P E R S O N S , O B S E RV E T H E published by the National Fire
FOLLOWING: Protection Association (NFPA), and
the American Society for Heating, G. WARNING - TO REDUCE THE
C AU T I O N : F O R G E N E R A L Refrigeration and Air Conditioning RISK OF FIRE, USE ONLY
VENTILATION USE ONLY. DO NOT Engineers (ASHRAE), and the local METAL DUCTWORK.
USE TO EXHAUST HAZARDOUS OR code authorities.
E X P LO S I V E M AT E R I A L S O R H. Install this hood in accordance with
VAPORS. C. When cutting or drilling into a wall or all requirements specified by the
ceiling, do not damage electrical manufacturer of your cooktop/range.
A. Installation work and electrical wiring wiring and other hidden utilities.
must be done by a qualified person I. Install this hood using required
in accordance with all applicable D. Ducted fans must always be vented to clearance from cooking surface to
codes and standards, including fire- the outdoors. combustible material specified in
rated construction. cooktop installation instructions.
E. If this unit is to be installed over a
B. Sufficient air is needed for proper tub or shower, it must be marked as
combustion and exhausting of gases appropriate for the application and
through the flue (chimney) of fuel be connected to a GFCI (Ground
burning equipment to prevent Fault Circuit Interrupter) - protected
branch circuit.

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INSTALLATION PRECAUTIONS

The high degree of craftsmanship in the construction and • Cotton gloves are preferable. They will protect the surface
finish of your metal liner insert requires careful handling to from fine scratches and eliminate fingerprints.
ensure proper installation.

• Do not remove your metal liner insert from its carton until • Remove all rings, watches, belt buckles, and jackets
you are ready to hang it. (snaps-zippers) to prevent scratch marks.

• Do not store your metal liner insert anywhere other than


within the carton. If it is necessary to remove your insert from • Located within the hood cavity (behind the baffle filter)
the carton, arrange it on a blanket or padded area that will are component parts and halogen bulbs.
protect your insert from scratches or indentations.

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MODEL OPTIONS
Model Electric Motor Material

CMLSS CFM600 Stainless Steel

MLSS CFM 600 For 28" Only Stainless Steel


CFM1200
CFMR1400

PMLSS CFM 600 For 28" Only Stainless Steel


CFM1200
CFMR1400

MLFS CFM1200 Stainless Steel


CFMR1400

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INSTALLATION PLANNING

CHECK THE INSTALLATION LOCATION


• If your installation has been roughed-in (including ductwork and wiring), be certain there is nothing in the way of the
mounting, pipes, other wiring etc.

• If the installation has not been roughed in, check what is needed to create the framing and mounting hardware (allthreads,
nuts, etc.). Be sure the location will not interfere with wiring, other utilities, or structural considerations.

INSTALLATION QUESTIONS? PLEASE DIAL:


1-800-7-NEVADA

METAL LINER-INSERTS TYPICAL INSTALLATION

Location
of
Wood Hood Metal Liner Electrical
Metal Liner
10" Round Duct
Wood Hood 6"
Transition
5"

EZ Install B
Mounting

Grease Filter Liner Width


Trough
30" to 36"
A Hood to
Cooking Surface

MODEL A B
PMLSS 22 1/2" 12" The hoods are designed for vertical discharge
MLSS 19 1/4" 14" as shown.
MLFS 24" 12"
CMLSS 15 13/16" 11 1/8"

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STEP 1. REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF TRANSITION
1. The hood assembly is shipped with the rough-
in plate and the transition attached.
Note: The transition is shipped upside down in Shipping Screws
the hood assembly and must be removed and
reinstalled (See Steps 1 through 2.) If in-hood Rough-in Plate
fan is furnished the transition is shipped
Transition
separately.
2. To detach the rough-in plate/transition from the Hood
hood assembly, remove the four (4) screws on Assembly
the top and four (4) screws on the back of the
assembly as shown in Figure 1.
3. Detach the transition from the rough-in plate by
removing four (4) screws. The shipping screws
are needed for re-installing the transition to the
rough-in plate.
4. Secure the transition to the top of the rough-in
plate, using four (4) screws provided. Use duct
tape to seal the joints of the transition and the Figure 1. Model MLFS
top of the rough-in plate. See Figure 2.
5. Re-install rough-in plate to hood then install
hood.

Shipping Screws
10" Transition

Duct Tape

Rough-in Plate

Figure 2.

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STEP 2. INSTALLATION OF METAL LINER-INSERTS
1. If the optional trim kit is used it must be installed prior 3. Install #6 x 1/2" screws through the pre-drilled EZ
to mounting the Metal Hood Liner into the wood mount holes into the decorative hood structure. Tap
decorative hood. Use the provided #8 Phillips head chrome cap into EZ mount holes for flush appearance
screws. See Figure 3. See Figure 4A.

2. Lift the Metal Hood Liner into the decorative hood 4. Additional mounting fasteners may be used to secure
structure. Due to the weight of the assembly three to the back wall and top (from inside).
people may be required for proper installation.
5. Install blower assembly, see page 4.

Optional
Trim
Mounting
Trim Screws
Screws

EZ
MLSS Wood Mounting MLSS
Figure 3. PLMSS Figure 4 . Hood Holes PLMSS

EZ Mounting Detail

Chrome
Cap

#6 x 1/2" Screw

EZ Mounting
Hole

Figure 4A.

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STEP 3. ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
Power Supply
To Remote
1. Install three wires: black, white and green (#16 AWG) in Fan
1/2" conduit from the service panel to the hood junction (if used)

box. Power supply must be rated for 120v, 60Hz, 15 amps


(minimum).
Junction
2. Remove junction box and selected knockout. Then install Box
the strain relief (conduit) connector in the rough-in plate Located
inside of
hole. For PMLSS-28 & 34 run power line through single rough-in
plate
knockout at top and route to J Box mounted on back.

3. Remove the junction box from the rough-in plate. Connect Fan Plate
Keyhole
black wire to power supply black wire, white wire to power
supply white wire, and green wire to power supply green
wire.
Fan Motor
4. Place all wiring connectors inside junction box and re- Assembly Molex Plug
install on rough-in plate. Connector

Figure 5. CFM1200

Knock Out Holes Location Knock Out Holes Location


2-1/2" 2"
10"

2-1/2"
2"

3-3/4"
3"

Knock Out Location

MLSS-40 & ABOVE


Figure 6A. CMLSS Figure 6C. PMLSS-40 & ABOVE

Knock Out Holes Location Knock Out Holes Location


2-1/2" 2" 2-1/2" 2"

2-1/2" 2-1/2"
3"

MLSS-28 & 34
Figure 6B. MLFS Figure 6D. PMLSS-28 & 34

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STEP 4. MOUNTING THE IN-HOOD FAN

Independent installs the CFM600 fan at the factory CFM600 IN-HOOD FAN
in models CMLSS-29-SS-6, CMLSS-38-SS-6, MLSS-
28-SS-6 and PMLSS-28-SS-6.

Instructions for mounting CFM300, CFM600 and


CFM1200 blowers into Independent metal liner
inserts.

1. Install the fan by aligning the holes on the fan


to the weld studs on the rough-in plate. Tighten
the blower to the plate using the hex nuts
provided. See Figure 4.

2. Plug the “Molex” plug on the fan to the


“Molex” plug on the hood. See Figure 8. Studs & nuts (6) used
for fan mounting

Figure 7.

TYPICAL INTERNAL BLOWER MOUNTING DETAIL

CFM1200

Fan Plate
Keyhole

Fan Motor
Assembly
Molex Plug

Studs & nuts (6) used


for fan mounting
Figure 8.

STEP 5. DUCTING CONNECTION

1. For in-hood fans, use 10" round-duct from the 3. The length of ducting should be as short and straight
transition (provided). as possible for best performance of fan. SEAL ALL
JOINTS WITH DUCT TAPE.
2. For remote fans, use 10" round-duct from the
transition (provided) to the remote fan.

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COMPACT METAL LINER SLOPED SIDES (CMLSS)
(WOOD HOODS, STUCCO AND TILE HOODS)
18"
14-13/16" 26-5/8"

8" Transition

2"
10"
1/2"

3-3/4"
11-1/8"
HEIGHT
4-1/2"
X 25-15/16"
34-9/16"
WIDTH
29-13/16"
38-7/16"
WIDTH 15-13/16"
FRONT
TO
BACK

1-15/16"

Damper Assembly
(Shown one side open 45 degrees) CFM600

3-1/4"
4-1/4"

1/2" 14-13/16"

16-3/4"
17-1/4"

25-15/16"
34-9/16"
WIDTH

POSITION OF TRANSITION
(TOP VIEW)

14-13/16"

X SIZE OF THE CUT-OUT


(BOTTOM VIEW)
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METAL LINER SLOPED SIDES (MLSS)
(WOOD HOODS, STUCCO AND TILE HOODS)

12"
UPPER
REVEAL 10" Transition 22-3/8"
DEPTH 28-3/8"
34-3/8"
40-3/8"
46-3/8"
52-3/8"
WIDTH

4"
LOWER
REVEAL
HEIGHT

28-3/8"
34-3/8" 14"
X 40-3/8" HEIGHT
46-3/8"
52-3/8"
58-3/8"
WIDTH
19-1/4"
FRONT
TO
BACK

Damper Assembly Damper Assembly


(Shown one side open 45 degrees) CFM600 (Shown one side open 45 degrees) CFM1200 1/8"

3-1/4"
4-1/4"
8-1/2" 8" 10" Transition
1/2" 12" 12"

1/2"
16-3/4"
17-1/4"
20"
28-3/8" 21-1/4"
34-3/8"
40-3/8" 1/2"
28-3/8"
46-3/8" 34-3/8"
52-3/8" 40-3/8"
WIDTH 46-3/8"
52-3/8"
WIDTH

POSITION OF TRANSITION
(TOP VIEW)

19-1/4"

X SIZE OF THE CUT-OUT


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PROFESSIONAL METAL LINER SLOPED SIDES (PMLSS)
(WOOD HOODS, STUCCO AND TILE HOODS)

12"
UPPER
REVEAL 10" Transition
22-3/8"
DEPTH 28-3/8"
34-3/8"
40-3/8"
46-3/8"
52-3/8"
WIDTH

4"
LOWER
REVEAL
HEIGHT

28-3/8" 12"
34-3/8"
X 40-3/8"
HEIGHT
46-3/8"
52-3/8"
58-3/8"
WIDTH
22-1/2"
FRONT
TO
BACK

Damper Assembly Damper Assembly


(Shown one side open 45 degrees) CFM600 (Shown one side open 45 degrees) CFM1200 1/8"

3-1/4"
4-1/4"
8 1/2" 8" 10" Transition
1/2" 12" 12"

1/2"
16-3/4"
17-1/4"
20"
22-3/8"
28-3/8" 21-1/4"
34-3/8" 1/2"
22-3/8"
40-3/8" 28-3/8"
46-3/8" 34-3/8"
52-3/8" 40-3/8"
WIDTH 46-3/8"
POSITION OF TRANSITION 52-3/8"
(TOP VIEW) WIDTH

22-1/2"

X SIZE OF THE CUT-OUT


(BOTTOM VIEW)
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METAL LINER FLAT SIDES (MLFS)
(WOOD HOODS, STUCCO AND TILE HOODS)
12"
UPPER
REVEAL
DEPTH 10" Transition

2"
LOWER
REVEAL
HEIGHT
18"
HEIGHT

30"
36"
X 42"
48"
54"
60"
WIDTH 24"
FRONT
TO
BACK

Reliable Metals typical Damper Assembly Damper Assembly


(Shown one side open 45 degrees) CFM600 (Shown one side open 45 degrees) CFM1200 1/8"

3-1/4"
4-1/4"
8-1/2" 8" 10" Transition
1/2" 12" 12"

1/2"
16-3/4"
17-1/4"
30" 20"
36" 21-1/4"
42" 1/2"
48" 30"
54" 36"
60" 42"
WIDTH 48"
54"
60"
WIDTH
POSITION OF TRANSITION
(TOP VIEW)

24"

X SIZE OF THE CUT-OUT


(BOTTOM VIEW)
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INSTALLATION OF GREASE TROUGHS, FILTERS, LAMPS

1. Grease trough location is on the underside (bottom), rear


area of hood.

2. In the center of the space provided for the filters, insert one
filter on the top ledge and pull back until the bottom of
the filter slips into bottom ledge. Hood Assembly

3. Slide the filter to one side.

4. Install the next filter by repeating step 2. There will be some


side-to-side and front-to-back tension as the filters line up. Baffle/Mesh
filter
5. Install halogen bulbs. Use R20 size, 50 watt maximum,
narrow flood light bulbs only (purchased separately).
grease trough

USE AND CARE

FILTERS
OFF

LO HI

FAN
MED Wash filters frequently either in a detergent solution, or by
placing them in your dishwasher.
LIGHTS LIGHTS

Replacement filters may be purchased from your dealer.


CONTROLS
Always turn the hood on before cooking to establish an COOKTOP LIGHTING
air flow in the kitchen. Allow the fan to operate for a
few minutes to clear the air after you turn the range off. The halogen lights are controlled individually by the rocker
This will help keep the entire kitchen smoke free and switches located near the fan control.
fresher smelling.

CLEANING
FAN
Do not allow excessive grease to accumulate. Refer to Cleaning
The fan is controlled by a multi-speed switch. Printed Recommendations on last page for suggestions on cleaning
speeds on the control panel correspond with fan speed. metals and finishes.

DO NOT USE ABRASIVE CLOTH, STEEL WOOL PADS,


COOKTOP LIGHTING OR SCOURING POWDERS.

Vacuum fan to eliminate collected dust and particles.


The halogen lights are controlled with two (ambient and Do not immerse fan in water.
brilliant) switches. The lights can be turned on individually
or simultaneously. To use the lights on brilliant setting,
push the switch up. For ambient setting, push the switch
down. REPLACEMENT PARTS
USE ONLY R20 SIZE, HALOGEN 50 WATT BULBS For purchasing replacement parts, contact your dealer.

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WIRING DIAGRAM FOR METAL LINER INSERTS

TYPICAL OF BOTH 2 LIGHT UNITS

3-LIGHT UNITS ONLY

BLUE GREEN
18 G
BLACK TERMINAL BLOCK
BLACK BLACK
15 5 9
14
G
R BLACK
INTERNAL 14 9 L1
BLOWER BL 3 6 2
CFM600 OR 15 6-PIN 5
BK 2 5 CONNECTOR 1 L1 2
CFM1200
W BLACK NO < 200F
1 4 3 21 3 1
NC < 200F
RED WHITE
6 3 16 16 FAN HI-HEAT 5 N
SWITCH THERMOSTAT
5 2
WHITE WHITE
4 1 17 17

BLACK
SEE DETAIL
8

G
R YELLOW YELLOW YELLOW
1 1 1
REMOTE BL
FAN BK
R 3-LIGHT 2-LIGHT 2-LIGHT
W UNIT UNIT UNIT BLACK 3
BL HALOGEN HALOGEN LEFT RIGHT HALOGEN 2
BK LIGHT LIGHT LIGHT
LIGHT

DIODE
SWITCH

W 1

6 3 WHITE WHITE WHITE


11 11 11
5 2
4 1

6
WHITE BLACK
13 2
SWITCH
(LEFT)

1
HEATLAMP

YELLOW
1

7
BLACK
HEATLAMP HEATLAMP 2
(LEFT) (RIGHT)
SWITCH
(RIGHT)

1
HEATLAMP

BROWN
BLACK NOT USED 2
TO HIGH SETTING 14 3 6
BLUE NOT USED
TO MED. SETTING 15 2 5
WHITE
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RED WHITE
TO LOW. SETTING 16 1 4 17 TO TERMINAL

6-PIN
CONNECTOR
IN-HOOD & REMOTE FANS
MODEL VOLUMETRIC FLOW RATE FOR EQUIVILENT DUCT LENGTHS APPLICATION

CFM600 IN-HOOD FAN Maximum CFM: 600


Electrical Motor Rating:
CFM600 Fan

10"
600 Duct Dimensions
3.8 Amps @ 115V AC, 60 Hz
251/4"

Volumetric Flow Rate, CFM


550 8" dia.

7" dia.
Duct Size at Discharge:
3-1/4" X 16-3/4" X 8" Round Transition
500
3 1/4" x 10"
Use with hood series:
450
6" dia.
400
Option for ARMA, ASPEN, BONZ, CMLSS,
350 CONN, CONVX, CRES, CSNO, INCL, INHL,
300 LOUV, LP, LPHL, MLFS, MLSS, PAGO,
7 1 /4 "
0 20 40 60 80 100
Total Equivalent Duct Length, ft. POND, PINN, PMLSS, SAHA, SNFE 22, SILV,
SILH, TAHO.
CFM1200 IN-HOOD FAN Maximum CFM: 1200
Electrical Motor Rating:
CFM1200 FAN

10" 1250 Duct Dimensions


8.0 Amps @ 115V AC, 60 Hz
251/4"
Volumetric Flow Rate, CFM

1175 10" dia.

1100 9" dia.


Duct Size at Discharge:
8" dia.
8" X 21-1/4" X 10" Round Transition
4"
1025
Use with hood series:
Option for ARMA, ASPEN, BONZ, CONN,
950

875
CONVX, CRES, CSNO, INCL, INHL, LOUV,
800 MLFS, MLSS, PAGO, POND, PINN, PMLSS,
83/4" 0 20 40 60 80
Total Equivalent Duct Length, ft.
100
SAHA, SNFE 24 & 27, SILV, SILH, TAHO.

CFM600C IN-HOOD FAN Maximum CFM: 600


Electrical Motor Rating:
CFM600C Fan

8 /8 "
3 600 Duct Dimensions
4.0 Amps @ 115V AC, 60 Hz
13 7/8"
Volumetric Flow Rate, CFM

550 8" dia.

500 7" dia.


Duct Size at Discharge:
3 1/4" x 10"
8-3/4" X 7-3/4" X 8" Round Transition
450
6" dia. Use with hood series:
Option for CHIMNEYS ONLY;
400

350
CHIM, LARE, LARA, SNFE-I, WRAN.
300
0 20 40 60 80 100
Total Equivalent Duct Length, ft.

CFM1200C IN-HOOD FAN Maximum CFM: 1200


Electrical Motor Rating:
CFM1200C FAN
1250
8 3 /8 "
Duct Dimensions

17 1/4" 8.0 Amps @ 115V AC, 60 Hz


Volumetric Flow Rate, CFM

1175 10" dia.

1100 9" dia.


Duct Size at Discharge:
8" dia.
7-7/8" X 13-5/8" X 10" Round Transition
1025

Use with hood series:


950

875
Option for CHIMNEYS ONLY;
8 5 /8 " 800 CHIM, LARE, LARA, SNFE-I, WRAN.
0 20 40 60 80 100
Total Equivalent Duct Length, ft.

CFMR1400 REMOTE FAN Maximum CFM: 1400


Electrical Motor Rating:
CFMR1400 REMOTE FAN
1500 Duct Dimensions

17" 12 Amps @ 115V AC, 60 Hz


261/4"
Volumetric Flow Rate, CFM

1400 10" dia.


Duct Size at Discharge:
14"
9" dia.
10" Round
1300
8" dia.
Use with hood series:
1200

1100
Option for ARMA, ASPEN, BONZ, CONN,
4" 1000 CONVX, CRES, CSNO, INCL, INHL, LOUV,
10" MLFS, MLSS, PAGO, POND, PINN, PMLSS,
28" 203/4"
900
0 20 40 60 80 100
Total Equivalent Duct Length, ft. RECT, SAHA, SNFE, SILV, SILH, TAHO,
WRAN. 15
CLEANING RECOMMENDATIONS
BRUSHED STAINLESS STEEL, HAMMERED STAINLESS, EUROPEAN BLACK STEEL, 1920’s
ANTIQUATED TIN, MILLENNIUM DISK STAINLESS
The Brushed Stainless Steel Hood should be cleaned with pre-washed flannel cloths and our recommended
“Stainless Steel” cleaner. Always wipe in a manner which follows the grain. Do Not clean with paper towels as
they will scratch the surface. Different cleaning cloths other than cotton flannel may scratch the surface of the
hood.

ANTIQUATED COPPER, ANTIQUATED BRASS


The Antiquated Copper and Antiquated Brass Hoods should be cleaned twice yearly. Use pre-washed flannel
cloths and S.C. Johnson P-A-S-T-E Wax available at Lowe’s Home Improvement Centers. Gently apply a small
amount in a circular motion using very light pressure. Rubbing too hard may result in the removal of the finish.
Do Not clean with paper towels as scratches will occur. Cleaning cloths other than cotton flannel may scratch
the surface of the hood.

MIRRORED STAINLESS STEEL, POWDER COATINGS


The Mirrored Stainless Steel or Powder Coated Hood should be cleaned with pre-washed flannel cloths and any
spray glass cleaner. Always wipe in a manner, which follows the grain. Do Not clean with paper towels, as they
will scratch the surface of the hood. Different cleaning cloths other than cotton flannel may scratch the surface
of the hood.

MIRRORED COPPER, HAMMERED COPPER, BRUSHED COPPER


The Copper Hood should be cleaned with pre-washed flannel cloths and “Brite Boy” metal polish. Always wipe
in a manner, which follows the grain. Do Not clean with paper towels, as they will scratch the surface. Different
cleaning cloths other than cotton flannel may scratch the surface of the hood.

PATINA VERDE FINISH


The Patina Verde Finish should be cleaned with pre-washed flannel cloths and a mixture of “Ivory” liquid detergent
and warm water. Gently wipe the surface of the hood in a blotting manner. Do Not use paper towels, as they
will scratch the surface of the hood. Rinse in the same fashion. Do Not use ammonia based cleaning products
or any other cleaning products containing strong chemicals or de-greasers. Do Not use “Windex” or any polishing
products.

MIRRORED BRASS, HAMMERED BRASS, BRUSHED BRASS


The Brass Hood should be cleaned with pre-washed flannel cloths and “Brite Boy” metal polish. Always wipe
in the manner, which follows the grain. Do Not clean with paper towels, as they will scratch the surface. Different
cleaning cloths other than cotton flannel may scratch the surface of the hood.

INTERIOR OF HOOD
All hoods are fitted with a brushed stainless steel liner. For cleaning, we recommend using pre-washed flannel
cloths and “Stainless Steel” cleaner. Always wipe in a manner, which follows the grain. Do Not clean with paper
towels, as they will scratch the surface of the hood.

BAFFLE FILTERS AND GREASE CUPS


Filters and Grease Cups may be cleaned by placing them in your dishwasher. The grease cups should first be
cleaned of excess grease with a paper towel, then, placed beside the baffle filters in your dishwasher for a thorough
cleaning.

Both “Kleen Glass” and “Stainless Steel” cleaner may be purchased directly from Independent, Inc.
“Brite Boy” polish may be purchased directly from Independent, Inc.
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Please call our toll-free number, 1-800-7-NEVADA (763-8232), to place your order.
NOTES

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NOTES

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NOTES

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Independent Inc. reserves the right to change specifications or design without notice. Some models are certified for use
in Canada. Independent Inc. is not responsible for products which are transported from the United States for use in
Canada. Check with your local Canadian distributor or dealer.

UL
®

C UL ®
The Ultimate Temptation In Luxury Hoods

191 Coney Island Drive • Sparks, NV 89431


800-763-8232
FILE # 204107
Rev 10/2005
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