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Vent-A-Hood® Owner Maintenance and Repair Topics
For your kitchen ventilation system to work properly, it is important to clean the blower housing or filters regularly. Please review the procedure you’re your model. Range Hoods will be equipped with the Magic Lung® blower system, the K250 blower system or a remote blower system RM 1000/RM 1500.
Hood Cleaning – RM1000/RM1500 Models
Wipe down the interior and exterior of the hood as needed with
a soft cloth and warm soapy water (liquid dish detergent is
acceptable). Do not use acids, abrasives, strong detergents,
solvents, or scouring pads.
Stainless steel should be treated with a quality stainless steel cleaner such as Stainless Steel Magic® (Vent-A-Hood® part number SS64). Follow all label instructions. Do not polish across the grain or in circles.
Real copper, real brass, and hammered copper hoods will oxidize and/or tarnish over time. Use a quality copper or brass cleaner such as Red Bear® Copper Polish (Vent-A-Hood® part number CP101.) Follow all label instructions. Do not polish across the grain or in circles. Do not use acids abrasives, strong detergents, degreasers, solvents, or scouring pads.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of personal injury, be sure the blower is turned off before removing filter(s).
Vent-A-Hood® models that use external/remote blower units have a stainless steel baffle filter(s) located inside the hood. The filter(s) collect oil/grease from cooking and need to be removed and cleaned on a regular basis. To remove the filter, grasp the handles, push upward, and then pull the bottom outward. Soak the filter(s) in warm soapy water or wash in a dishwasher. To reinstall the filter(s), reverse the procedure used to remove the filter(s).
Note: Filter elements cannot always collect 100% of the grease from cooking. Some grease may collect behind the filter or in the duct pipe.