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Range Hood Tips for Proper Use

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Turning on a range hood to remove cooking heat and odors in kitchen.

Installing a using a range hood over the stove or cooktop in your kitchen is a great way to remove smoke, heat, and cooking odors. When using a range hood, be sure to turn it on before you begin cooking, and leave the fan running for 15 minutes after you’re through.

Clean the grease filters once a month, and replace the charcoal filter on unvented range hoods every three to four months. Watch this video to find out more.

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The ducted range hood over your stove is there to remove smoke, vapors, heat, and cooking odors; but it can only do that job properly if you remember to use it.

Turn the fan on a few minutes before you begin cooking, and leave it running for 15 minutes after you finish. Even if only boiling water, a ducted hood will remove unwanted heat and humidity from your home.

To ensure peak efficiency; clean the grease filters about once a month. For non-ducted range hoods; replace the charcoal filter every three to four months.

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