Fuse, Operating – Sharp INSIGHTRANGEHOOD KB-0333K User Manual
The hood control contains a fuse to protect it from power
surges. If the fuse has opened (blown), the green fan-level
indicators will operate properly when the fan buttons/switches
are pressed, but the fan and lights will not turn on.
The fuse is a 5 x 20mm, 10 Amp, Fast-Acting, 125V (min.).
Common manufacturer and part numbers are: Littlefuse,
217010; Bussmann, GMA10A; Wickmann, 1942100. Radio
Shack, Digikey (1-800-344-4539), and most electronic supply
stores have them in stock.
To replace the fuse:
1. Disconnect power at service entrance.
2. Remove filters, bottom panel, light wire harness and air
3. Remove and inspect fuse. If it is not open (blown),
additional diagnostics need to be done.
4. Install new fuse.
5. Re-assemble air chute, light wire harness, bottom panel
6. Turn on power and check hood/control operation.
There are four fan speeds from low (1) to high (4).
Push any button to select one of the four fan speeds. Press
another button to change fan speed. Push the same button
to turn the fan off. A light above each fan button indicates
the fan speed.
Press the ON/OFF button and lights will come on
at their previous light level. Press the button again to turn
lights off. To increase the light level, press
To reduce light level, press the
button. There are
three light levels.
3 DELAY OFF
While the fan is running, press the “DELAY
OFF” button to allow the fan to run for 10 minutes and
then turn off automatically.
4 FILTER CHANGE INDICATOR
The light above
“CLEAN FILTER” will come on when it is time to clean the
grease filters or check non-ducted filters. After replacing
the cleaned filters (or installing new ones), press the
“CLEAN FILTER” button to turn off the indicator light.
Your Sharp Insight Range Hood is equipped with an advanced
The Sensor monitors the temperature and automatically
adjusts the fan to the appropriate setting.
• If the fan is on, the Sensor will increase the fan setting
when the temperature is elevated. If the temperature
continues to rise, the Sensor will continue to increase the
fan setting until the temperature is stabilized or reduced.
The flashing light above the fan button shows the Sensor
fan setting. Once the temperature has been reduced, the
Sensor will change the fan to the original setting.
• If the fan is off, the Sensor will automatically turn the
fan on at its highest speed when the temperature is above
normal. When this occurs, the light above fan button 4 will
flash on and off. After the temperature has been reduced
to normal, the fan will change to the setting prior to the
Sensor coming on.