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...turn ON the exhaust fan and all cooking appliances and wait for them to heat up.
...turn OFF the exhaust fan and all cooking appliances and wait for them to cool down.
...stand on hot cooking equipment.
...flip the filter over.
When the color of the filter media becomes distinguishably darker across the entire filter face.
Wash the filter and reuse
Move the filter to a lower volume area of the hood
Dispose of the filter with your normal trash
Place the filter in the liquid grease collection dumpster
Pull the grease out of the filter, depositing it into the kitchen exhaust system.
Increase the frequency of required kitchen cleanings.
Both 'A' and 'B'
None of the above
Depends on the equipment
There is no set schedule for metal filter assembly inspections, however it is still important to periodically inspect and clean the metal filter assembly at least 1x per month. Over heavy grease producing areas, this should be performed at least 2x per month.
...after you have used the last filter in the case.
...prior to opening the last case of filters to prevent the need for rushed shipping charges.
...leaving the fully soiled filter media in place.
...replace the disposable filter media in the filter assemblies that have the most grease accumulation.
...remove the entire filter assembly from the hood and allow grease to enter the exhaust system.
...remove the front cover and filter media, but leave the metal assembly in place.
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In a degreaser soak tank.
One at a time in the dishwasher.
Spray and scrub them in the sink.
Soak them in the sink with degreaser.
All of the above.
True - Since the handle is easy to grab.
False - If the front cover separates from the assembly, the rest of the assembly could fall onto cooking appliances.
...grease to bypass the filters.
...premature hood cleanings.
...additional costs to your grease management practices.
All of the above.
...might fill up more frequently, so check them every night.
...are no longer needed.