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Old 10-27-2017, 02:41 PM   #1
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installing a Baraldi range hood

hello

i ordered this baraldi range hood from canam, london, ON

they said it mount fit in our 22FB

here is the only document i have
i cant find a web site for baraldi for some reason.
i think its made in Italy

does anyone have any other documents
i need to know
  • where can i get 12v power for it
  • what is the size of the hole in the cabinet
  • what is the size of the hole in the ext wall
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Old 10-28-2017, 02:07 PM   #2
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Fit right in on my safari 27. All I had to do was cover a little where the old hood came out. Wires were there
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Old 10-31-2017, 02:22 PM   #3
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Im confused. Our 22FB has no current vent hood (unless you count the Fantastic Fan). I believe you are going boldly where no man has gone...to paraphrase. So you are not replacing an existing vent hood, you are installing new from scratch. Just clarifying to other readers who may not know.

So, you likely have some 12vdc off the JVC radio overhead. That's the easy part. I think the cutting of the interior and exterior wall is the biggie. As I look at my rig, I think a vent hood would be nice and look great but is it worth the work and possible leaks and weight on the overhead cabinet? Just some personal questions for myself.

I like to cook on an older Coleman gasoline stove outside on a picnic table using cast iron cookware. The wife likes the microwave convection oven and the Fan Fan will be helpful to remove the smells. So I applaud your efforts and look forward to some photos when you complete the task. For me - I will just keep what I got and get a vent when we move to a 23FC.
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Old 10-31-2017, 08:15 PM   #4
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yes

this is a NEW install.
i confirm with CANAM, that the exhaust would fit, work and be usable

when we cook inside, the smoke detector goes off to often. as well, food smells linger inside. these are two keys reasons to get the exhaust

good suggestion as to where to get the 12V feed
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Please let us know how this install is going. Pictures will be helpful.
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Old 11-20-2017, 10:15 PM   #6
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will do next spring

the unit is in winter storage now
thus no access for the next 5 months
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Old 11-21-2017, 11:09 AM   #7
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hello

i ordered this baraldi range hood from canam, london, ON

they said it mount fit in our 22FB

here is the only document i have
i cant find a web site for baraldi for some reason.
i think its made in Italy

does anyone have any other documents
i need to know
  • where can i get 12v power for it
  • what is the size of the hole in the cabinet
  • what is the size of the hole in the ext wall
Hello Back.

Our 2017 Classic came w/a Baraldi exhaust hood. Yes they are made in Italy. For us we are going to replace due to the high level of noise it makes when on. I had hopes of replacing the "fan" in the Baraldi w/a SAM 1-18 unit. However it will not fit. Lets us know how the sound level works for you.

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Old 05-26-2018, 09:18 PM   #8
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Baraldi fan install a AS 22FB

this is the end of dAY 1. I HOPE TO FINISH ON DAY 2

1st the kit does NOT come with any instructions. One item is a misty on how or where to install

2nd you need to tape down all the leak holes else the fan air will leak into the cabin and not all go out

instead of a saw or tin snips i used a Fein rotary cutter and the holes were cut in 5 mines. not super easy , but not hard

i pressure treated some 1/4 plays to reinforce the outside vent. one rivet in, it will apply silicon around three side to stop water from coming in

here is what it looks like after one day
more pics after days 2
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i hope to tap the 12 power from the nearby light above the sink
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Old 05-27-2018, 11:42 AM   #10
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the inside is all done and wired. All is functional expect i have to make a custom shroud to match the inside exhaust hole to the external vent. the external vent cover opening is much larger.

AS does not provide a shroud with the kit (;

if you don't make a custom shroud, a lot of the hot moist air will flow into the insulation between in inner and outer skins

it was very easy to wire the fan to the lights under the kitchen overhead cupboards
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Old 05-27-2018, 01:43 PM   #11
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job completed

here is what the outside looks like.

The shroud is 1/4'' PT ply wrapped in house wrap tape and then sealed with alum tape.

it s VERY important that the path from the fan to the outside is smooth and has no leaks.

the shroud is taped to both the inside fan /wall and the outside door.
this way, warm moist air cannot enter the space between the inner/outer walls

when the rain stops, i will calk three sides on the outside
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You mention caulking with silicon. It will not stay sealed/ does not bond to aluminum and water will get in. Use Silka Flex, parabond, Acryl-R or a sealent made for aluminum.
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Old 05-27-2018, 06:43 PM   #13
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ok,

tnx for the suggestions

i ordered sika flex 221 and 252 white cartridges from amazon.

i assume the 221 is good for my use instead of silicon.

BTW, i though that there was a clear coat , thus on direct aluminum contact
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Did you use mastic tape or jus aluminum foil tape that would be used for dryer/HVAC vents?I don't see any writing on the aluminum tape so I fear you used the wrong thing, due to temperature, grease, and overall nastiness of cooking hood vents you really need to use mastic sealant tape. This would be code mandated in a residential structure, such as Nashua 1461664.
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