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We are installing a Bosch rangehood - wall mounted canopy. For the flue cover there are 2 pices. The probelm is that we have a bulkhead built in to enable it to vent outside and so the total distance from top of canopy to ceiling is only about 300mm. We have had the 2 pieces cut down but can't work out how to install them. One piece is L shaped where it meets the wall. The other is U shaped - and this is the wider piece so it should be the external piece. We can't find the manual. Does the wider peice go at the top and the narrower piece at the bottom (nearer the canopy)? Thanks.

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Hi,

Please check the instruction manual provided bellow :

http://www.bockwaterheaters.com/technical/engineering_PDFS/Bock_Install_manual/23390_%20Oil_%20BCS_rev3.pdf

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