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  1. Cleaning and care instructions for your ventilation system [Article]
    Wipe away grease stains, change carbon filters (for recirculating units only), and wash grease filters on a timely basis. View the Ultimate Product Performance Videos on the T

  2. Do the filters collect germs, such as dirt mites, or those that cause allergies? [Article]
    No, they are designed to capture grease particles. Additional cooking by-products, such as steam, heat, smoke, and odors are vented outside the home through the ducting system.

  3. How do I change a light bulb? [Article]
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  4. Information on ventilation operation modes [Article]
    Exhaust-Air Mode: The ventilator fan draws the vapors produced during cooking into the extractor hood, where they pass through the grease filter and out into the open air. The grease f

  5. How high should the ventilation hood be placed? [Article]
    In general, it should be placed 30” above the cooking area. Contact a professional installer for additional information related to your specific situation.

  6. What ventilation size is ideal? [Article]
    In general, the ventilation hood should extend at least 3” on both sides of the cooking area for optimal performance.

  7. What do CFM, sones and static pressure mean in relation to ventilation? [Article]
    CFM: The amount of air flow moved by the ventilator is measured by CFM. CFM stands for cubic feet per minute. The higher the CFM, the higher the air flow. Sones: