Cosmo 5MU30 30 in. Under Cabinet Range Hood with Ducted / Ductless Convertible Duct, Slim Kitchen Stove Vent with, 3 Speed Exhaust Fan, Reusable Filter and LED Lights in Stainless Steel
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It took me a while to find a definite answer about the depth, but I didn't find one. Do you know if this works with 12" deep cabinets?
As a result, I cut the plug off and decided to wing it The flex wire that came out of the wall was nutted to the wires. Since the wires exit from the back, but have to go near the very top of the cabinet, you will have to remove the drywall there in order to insert the wires in
It is nice to hear from you. In addition to the 3-bedroom unit, this one also has a 2-bedroom unit A three-prong power cord that is approximately three feet long. Here are some tips that may help!
It is not possible to run cables inside the unit. Plugging this one into the outlet is the only way to use it. As this cable exits into the cabinet where it will be mounted, you will need to provide an opening through which it can travel. A cabinet like this needs an electrical outlet as well.
Selected User Reviews For Cosmo 5MU30 30 in. Under Cabinet Range Hood with Ducted / Ductless Convertible Duct, Slim Kitchen Stove Vent with, 3 Speed Exhaust Fan, Reusable Filter and LED Lights in Stainless Steel
In order to match my new Samsung stove, I wanted a hood range that looked like it belonged in Europe. Throughout my research, the Cosmo was always the one I kept coming back to. A very reasonable price and exactly what I had envisioned for my kitchen for what I was looking for. It is my husband's profession to install appliances and he is a handyman There were more than one set of hands needed to install the rack. I did have to assist him. In our house there was a 33-year-old hood range that had been installed when the house was built it was wired in. Cosmo hood range came with a standard plug, which required him to adapt the wire ends built into the unit (in our house) and attach a standard house 2 pin plug. In the event you are not experienced at this sort of thing, you will need to hire a professional to do it for you. I was blown away by how beautiful it looked after it was installed. Here are a couple of photos.
In terms of the hood itself, it does a great job in moving air without being extremely As a result of the pushback I found the buttons on the front to be a little cheap/loose, but for under $90, it wasn't too much of an issue. It is the instructions and the hardware I received that are my one major complaint. As the only hardware included is 4 drywall screws, I assume most people will install it to a cabinet rather than drywall (since this is an under cabinet hood). Because the holes have already been drilled Drilled or not, there is no way to guarantee (or avoid) securing to a stud, and I don't trust drywall anchors to hold a quite heavy device. The instructions describe how to hang from a cabinet, but they show the bolts running down from within the hood, rather than hanging from the cabinet. Thus, you would find that a significant portion of the screw/bolt still protrudes into your Separate holes will need to be drilled for the plugs as well The fact that this is not mentioned is not As there's no way to temporarily remove the plug so the smaller end of the cord can be inserted later, I used a 1" spade bit, which gave me just enough room to run the cord through. I ended up using the drywall anchors, but still drilled a separate bolt and washer (M5 fits) to provide support, and to reduce the sag of the front side. I'd give it a 4 but the installation is My wife and I have not yet moved into the house, so I am going to update after we have been in the house for some time.
It shipped fine and looked good, but it was I am able to operate the fan in all settings, however, it's rather loud. The round filter is installed with the ventless system. The round front lets steam from the 1 qt pot curl over it when you turn the fan high. (Make sure the collar is positioned on the vent side of the room. ) It also only drains half of the steam away, which means too much steam goes into the cabinets and sides. The vacuum is much better when the round filter isn't in place or set to vent position (this will result in damage). I am unable to see what is cooking and to see what is going on in the rear due to the 3 watt led bulbs The color of the image is awfully green blue. Even if it were bright enough, you can't see the color of food. For maximum performance, manufacturers recommend bulbs of no more than 3watts. Trying to use 2 13 w 60's on a spiral in the background but they are so far back that they cannot be used but to light a If I had the time, I would return it to you, but it is up, handyman gone, etc. As he tossed away the carton, it was broken up. A local approval is required next year, and one will be purchased I'm going to donate this pretty but useless item to a garage sale.
I would recommend this range hood to others for the price! We love the design and functionality of this website. The lighting and fan are in good working order. The stainless appliances go well with the white cabinets. Interestingly, the front of the hood has a slight upward angle after installation, as it seems to taper from back to front. A 5 star rating would have been appropriate had it not been for the The pre-order has been placed The hole in the back is two holes larger than the one on top. Depending on how lucky you are, you may not need to change anything about your In order to set up the holes, I had to drill them. Nothing to worry about, just a little Please note The plug on this unit is a standard three-prong It may be necessary to install a common 15 Amp outlet if the unit you're replacing is hard wired. It was an excellent purchase for me in all aspects.
Installation was not too complicated. We were able to assemble it to match all the GE stainless appliances we have in our kitchen. My wife and I are thrilled with the lighting that it provides and that it is quieter than our previous microwave fan. Three fan speeds are available. Only odd thing about the duct outlet from the fan is that there are four of them. The duct piping in our local hardware store was not that size and was only 5" diameter. To install the dryer vent pipe, I had to buy some 4 inch semi flexible dryer vent pipe that fit into the fan outlet duct as well as my 4" to 6" converter pipe (you can see the existing duct in my cabinet is To seal the joints, I used metal tape.
There is a greater volume of air flowing through it than other models. I like this unit a lot. Air is moved more efficiently by this model than by other models I examined. of the box is enclosed so you cannot see into it from above. I had to put an electrical outlet in the cabinet above (very inconvenient) because it doesn't have a removable cord, and my old unit was hard-wired. A number of the lights are located in the very back and do not really shine In comparison with the broken one it replaced, its looks good and it is a considerable improvement. It is recommended you mount it 25 inches above the stove, per the instructions. At 19 inches, I put it where the old one was.
We inspected all of the requirements for this hood to make sure it met our standards. There were 3 fan speeds, 2 light bulbs for superior stovetop lighting, and it came in stainless steel. It was also inexpensive, had 3 fan speeds, was quiet, and had 2 speed settings. Our new system was installed last night, and we are delighted with Let me tell you something. I think the new stove and vent hood are just plain sexy! This is the model I recommend to you if you want to.