KOBE Range Hoods INX2930SQBF-500-1 Built-In/Insert Range Hood, 30"
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It is pretty standard 6 inch round ducting that runs across the top of the ceiling. It should not be larger than a 30 inch range hood because it's a 30 inch range. As well as a 36 inch version, we have a 42 inch version. The IDX2936SQBF- From 500 to
addition, I dislike the cool tones of the bright LEDs. Is that something we want to see in our faces? I would appreciate it if you would provide KOBE with a comfortable option
It would be best if the vent run were straight and short. Please ensure that there is at least a 12" straight run before the elbow, if elbows are necessary.
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Selected User Reviews For KOBE Range Hoods INX2930SQBF-500-1 Built-In/Insert Range Hood, 30"
This hood was purchased to replace a microwave we had installed over our cooktop and we have been using it for about a Since we already had an electrical outlet from the previous microwave, it was no problem to hook it up to that. Our range hood was built to cover the range and it worked great. We tested it before installing it, and everything worked fine. There are hoods. It was difficult for us to visualize how the bottom of the hood would appear from the side when we sat at the range, before buying the grill. As a range hood, the Kobe hood looks great with its professional finish as well as the interchangeable grates and the finished edges. Although the range hood itself is smaller than the cabinet it fits into, the cabinet itself is bigger than the range hood. In the picture, you can clearly see wood showing around the finished edges of the range hood when you are cooking. For the wooden component, there was no need for painting or concern over grease collecting on the wood. In order to combat this issue, we created an insert (to cover any exposed wood from underneath) out of stainless steel and cut the hole for the hood with tin snips. Range hoods are finished with a cover that has a light and grill assembly, so any dull or chipped edges of stainless steel are eliminated. The contractor I hired for the vent hole inside our home had installed a similar hood for us in our previous home. Installing the 6-in-1 speakers, we did it ourselves through the purchase of a 6-in-1 receiver A drill bit was used to drill the hole for the exhaust duct to be connected to the outside, and elbows were used to connect the hood to the outside and cap assemblies were used to finish up the exterior A draft is detected through the hood when it is opened from outside. There's a damper that fits on top of the hood, so the range can regulate the temperature. Temperatures at zero degrees Celsius). At low speed, the fan is VERY quiet, but the medium speed is noticeably louder and the high speed is even louder. As a result, it does not vibrate, nor does it make an annoying noise when it is When the fan is set 30 inches above our cooktop, it moves the air very well, and we have only needed to use the high speed once for something that burnt. It's hard to cook at night because the lights are so bright, but they're good These nightlights would not be a good choice for a This was a great resource for me during my search for the right range hood, and I hope that it was useful for some of you too!.
A very old and very cheap range insert was above my stove that needed to be replaced. Researching and looking for a quality insert that was NOT priced in the $500-$1000 range was one of the things I did for a long time The range is between $1,000 and $1000. When I looked at all the large online appliance sites, everything decent was quite expensive. The Kobe brand was found on Amazon and I discovered a few models I liked. My application would not have been able to fit a Kobe insert with the 750CFM+ due to its width. It worked great for me, so I settled for this model. There's a powerful 3-inch HDTV built into this unit and it's very well constructed The fan has a really cool speed and the twin LED lights are extremely bright. With the Q (low) speed, the fan is extremely quiet (almost silent) and with the Normal (middle) speed, the fan is sufficient for cooking. At the top, the fan speed is really strong, but it's also not quiet, which I think is fine because of the draw and speed. The exhaust is mounted on the top and has a 6" diameter. The electrical plug is hardwired with A snap-on camera is included as well There was also a 2 piece flapper in the box, which will keep air from backing up through the fan and inside as well as two sets of filters inside- As you can see, the baffle is The only company I saw offering both of these was the one offering aluminum mesh, which I also like. I did not see many companies offering both. It's a bit weak in instructions because there's really not much you need to know to figure out how to install it.
It nearly caused my house to burn down. My hood did not go off after being turned on for a few minutes. After purchasing and installing this hood, I reported it to the retailer. It was great that Amazon sent me a replacement, I had to call an electrician to install it. In addition to testing the old one once it was installed, he also took it off and placed it on the Because of its extreme heat, the heating unit burnt the rug under which it was placed across. Electricians said I was lucky since the hood surround never caught fire, and did not burn down my house. When I called the manufacturer, they laughed at me and refused to refund Please do not sell this product on Amazon, since it is a liability for their business.
The other reviewer, Scott, I wanted to get in touch with. Scott, as you mentioned in your review, we tried the product out of the box, on the floor, right now. I was pleased with the result. However, after installing it as you did, the low button did not After getting help from our installer we just found out the little plugs needed to be a little tightened with needle nose pliers to make them fit a little better. Your experience sounds a lot like what I experienced. You can fix this yourself by disengaging the power, taking down the part beneath the stove (easy), and then you would have access to the wiring, so you would squeeze the spade plugs a little, and hopefully your problem would be solved. Maybe it has to do with faulty plugs, but I hope that helps. Is Robert Mellinger of South Lyon, Michigan.
There is no noise from the hood, and it The other night I fried some sea bass and you couldn't smell the cooking away from the stove even though it was not as powerful as a more expensive hood. My mind is made up.
I contacted Kobe and ordered replacements for the soft lights. I am very happy with the way it looks and how easy it was to install.