Faq

FAQS

I cannot install external ducting for my cooker hood. Is recirculation a good idea?

Yes. All Whirlpool hoods can be used in ducted or recirculation modes. Recirculation removes unpleasant odours and fat from the air that passes through it and blows the air back into the kitchen. This system does not reduce the humidity of the air so the humidity in your kitchen can increase. Do not connect a motorless hood to a central ventilation system.
Yes, you would need a special fat and odour filter. This is usually a cartridge filled with odour absorbing grains of carbon. It is important that the filter is replaced regularly, see the manual for instructions.
Only Wall Mounted Cooker hoods can be vented from the rear
Please refer to your IFU (Instructions for Use) manual for your particular model. Generally, we advise a distance of 750mm above a Gas Hob and 650mm above an Electric Hob. If your Cooker hood was packed with an additional note on height use, please refer to this advised distance. Whirlpool advises you keep this piece of paper with the IFU to keep it safe
Ideally a 150mm diameter hose but a kit that reduces it to 120mm, is available. These may be obtained from Customer Service.
No, not as long as you follow the instructions and place the hood the correct distance from the hob.
Ideally not more than 3 meters

Some suggestions for cleaning and caring for stainless steel surfaces: - Use stainless steel cleaner and polish. Visit our accessory shop for WPro products -Use liquid detergent or all-purpose cleaner. Rinse with clean water and dry with soft, lint-free cloth. -Use vinegar for hard water spots Do not use soap-filled scouring pads, abrasive cleaners, induction cooktop Polishing Cream, steel-wool pads, gritty wash clothes or some paper towels. Damage can occur.

For a Whirlpool gas hob of less than 7500W power the minimum distance is 65cm. For hobs over 7500W the minimum distance is 75cm. Electric hobs should be 65cm apart.