Question about Dacor Preference RV36 Kitchen Hood
The grill fell out on my RV36 when I retracted the vent. It is in the bottom of the enclosure. It looks as if I will have to pull the moveable vent out the top so that I can get the grill out of the bottom of the vent enclosure. Has anyone done this? How do I remove the moveable vent assembly?
I would appreciate any replies.
Unfortunately i had found myself in this same situation. i have no idea how the grill came out when it was closed, but it was stuck in the fan enclosure underneath the counter. Unlike the poster above i did not have access to the side screws to take the unit apart. instead i was able to remove the front panel, and then unscrew the motor arm from the protective case, and unscrew the case from the unit. This created enough wiggle room that i could raise the right side of the vent cover up and extract the left side out the bottom opening. then it was just a matter of reconnecting the arm to the cover and the cover to the unit.
Posted on May 25, 2010
I had this problem too on my RV36. How it dropped in there I have no idea but it is rather simple to get it out of there. You have to attack it from down below and remove all of the covers one by one until you get to it. Turn off the power first and begin removing the outside one. Just keep at it and eventually you wll get to it. If its like mine, it sat right at the bottom of the inner most box.
Posted on Jun 19, 2008
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