How Do I Wire up a Kitchen Extractor Fan?

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An extractor fan is a fan that hangs above the stove in the kitchen and is used to remove smoke, heat and steam. When wiring your extractor fan, measure your cooking surface and make sure the fan you've chosen is at least as wide as the cooking surface. Kitchen extractor fans/hoods should be wired into the kitchen ring main via a fused, switched connection unit. All your wiring must comply with current IEE (Institution of Electrical Engineers) regulations. If you are in any doubt at all, make sure you get the help of a qualified electrician.
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Kitchen extractor fans are primarily used for pulling out smoke generated from cooking. Some extractor fans have a small, chimney-like appliance, which extracts odors and fumes. There
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The purpose of a kitchen extractor fan is to keep smoke contained whilst cooking something. It also keeps the smoke from getting to the fire alarm and triggering it.
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Take it off and scrub it in the sink with hot water and your normal dishwashing detergent.
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If your putting in a new fan were an old one was just hook up the white to white hook up the ground to proble the ground screw and the black to any one of the color wires you have
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