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Awoco RH-R06 Rectangle Vent 6″ High Stainless Steel Under Cabinet 4 Speeds 900CFM Range Hood with LED Lights (30″W Rectangle Vent)

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SUPER SLIM 6” HIGH, 1mm THICK – under cabinet or wall mounted, high quality 1 mm thick stainless steel with brush finishing. Perfectly fit under the 12” deep standard cabinet; provide slick style and powerful performance.
DUCTED VENT OUTDOOR, RECTANGLE TOP / REAR VENT – 3-1/4” x 10” interchangeable rectangle adapter and cover for top or rear exhaust vent. CAUTION: please check your existing venting duct before purchasing, there are rectangle or round ducts at different sizes.
4 SPEEDS POWERFUL OPERATION WITH LED LIGHTS – 4 speeds (Quiet, I, II, III up to 900 CFM), blue-lighted soft touch electronic buttons with 2 of 3W energy saving cold bright LED lights. 2 motors rotate oppositely. Power rating: 120V/60Hz, 110W Min /150W Max. Power cord with plug is included. Noise levels: 49dB / 51dB / 57dB / 62dB. 4.0 sone to 10.0 sone.
2 DISHWASHER SAFE BAFFLE FILTERS, 3 MINUTES AUTO SHUT OFF – Dishwasher safe commercial style stainless steel baffle air filters. The oil is contained in the baffle filters, no oil holders needed. 3 minutes timer delayed auto shut off to vent the leftover smoke after done cooking.
3 YEARS USA LIMITED PARTS WARRANTY – ETL Certified. Free parts, repair or exchange within 3 years. Awoco high quality product reputation and supreme customer service is a guarantee. Dimensions: 29-1/2″W x 19-3/4″D x 6″H, 6″ High low profile, for 30″ kitchen ranges

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Item Dimensions LxWxH: 29.5 x 19.75 x 6 inches. Brand: Awoco. Material: Stainless Steel. Finish Type: Brushed. Mounting Type: Under Cabinet Mount, Wall Mount. Date First Available: September 16, 2016. Best Sellers Rank: #486 in Appliances. Customer Reviews: 4.5 out of 5 stars 379 ratings 4.5 out of 5 stars. ASIN: B07DMD6F1J. Thickness: ‎1 Millimeters. Batteries Required?: ‎No. Batteries Included?: ‎No. Material Type: ‎Stainless Steel. Wattage: ‎150 watts. Voltage: ‎110 Volts. Color: ‎Stainless Steel. Part Number: ‎RH-R06-30. Noise: ‎62 dB. Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: ‎No. Product Dimensions: ‎29.5 x 19.75 x 6 inches. Item Weight: ‎39.5 pounds. Brand Name: ‎Awoco.

Specification: Awoco RH-R06 Rectangle Vent 6″ High Stainless Steel Under Cabinet 4 Speeds 900CFM Range Hood with LED Lights (30″W Rectangle Vent)

Weight 39.5 lbs
Dimensions 29.5 × 19.75 × 6 in

8 reviews for Awoco RH-R06 Rectangle Vent 6″ High Stainless Steel Under Cabinet 4 Speeds 900CFM Range Hood with LED Lights (30″W Rectangle Vent)

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  1. F Amazonian

    We just purchased this hood and installation was simple. Just remember if you are using a drill bit or even a screwdriver it needs to be long enough to work between the space. Other than cutting two strips of wood it was simple. I helped hold the fan as my husband screwed the hood in place. We did get better screws than the ones provided but that was the only thing we changed from original setup. We had a hood that our builders installed but it wasn’t strong enough as I cook all the time and hate the smell of food in my house once I’m done cooking. That being said- the duct you see in the pictures is what we originally had and did nothing else to it- perfect fit. I decided to go with this one after research several other and actually ordering a Kobe very similar to this one but w only 400 cfm. I believe I needed something stronger as my duct is a long run. I did call them to see if they had any without the logo and don’t have that option any longer. Either way the logo not noticeable from a distance and a lot smaller than pictured. I think it could be removed easily. The fan is loud but not enough that I can’t hear people near me. The old Whirlpool I replaced was just as loud and not effective at all. I’m pleased with the quality and will update if I feel differently.Read more

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  2. Greg from Cleveland

    I wanted to leave a review partly because I found that expert info on range hoods is pretty limited out there. I went back and forth on several models of hoods before settling on this one. I chose it because of the high CFM rating, I like the way it looks and I like the look of real buttons rather than touch panel. I needed something for under cabinet with the vent on top so it could pass through the cabinet above it. I have previously installed a duct for a hybrid microwave/rangehood. By far the hardest part of installation is running the duct to the outside. In my case, the stove is on an interior wall – but adjacent to an exterior wall, and I figured I could route the duct through the soffit above our cabinets. I opted to use 6″ x 24″ galvanized steel round duct to pass from the hood up through the cabinet, then inside the soffit I ran flexible aluminum duct to the exterior wall cap (it is rated for range hood use), both Imperial brand found at Lowes. The run length inside the soffit was about 5 feet and I had to make 3 turns to navigate the duct through. For the vent cap I used a Speedi-Products EX-WCHD 06, found on Amazon. Routing the duct through the soffit was quite challenging, I had to cut an extra hole in the dry wall on the soffit just to get my hand in there to navigate the duct through a labyrinth of plumbing from our bathroom on the floor above. Once I got the duct ran, I started on the holes through the cabinet. With the holes cut out, I tested the fit between the hood, rigid duct and cabinet before attempting to put them back into place. I found that making a slight inward bend at the back of the hoods vent outlet allowed it to slip past the seam of the duct more easily. I then installed the duct with a 6″ hose clamp onto the flexible duct, and slipped the cabinet up onto it and ran screws in. With the cabinet and duct in place, I was ready to hang the new hood. For that, I took an old TV tray table and cut the legs to just the right height so with the table sitting on the stove, it would hold the cabinet a couple inches below the installation height. That gave me plenty of room to wire and get ready to mount. Wiring was easy, I did test the unit functions with the supplied plug before cutting and hard wiring it to the electrical that was already there. It might be worth noting the wires come out of the top of the unit, for me, not a problem because there was a hollow gap under the cabinet, but could be a problem for some cabinets without this space. When it came to hanging the hood, I drilled my own holes so I could mount directly to studs. They do include some plastic drywall anchors, but I’ve used those exact style anchors for other, lighter duty, applications and they are terrible, have had them pull out of the wall tearing the drywall around it, I wouldn’t trust them myself for something as heavy as this hood. I was able to mount to two studs by drilling my own holes and then attached the top of the hood to the cabinet above it. One small issue is that the actual width of the hood is about 29-1/2″ so there is a 1/4″ gap on either side of the hood. You don’t really notice, but I though t it was odd since the old cheap hood was exactly 30″ and fit the space perfectly. So, how well does the unit perform? I tested it the next evening by cooking steaks on cast iron. I love cooking with cast iron but the kinds of things I like to cook tend to make a lot of smoke, and the little vent we had before (which just circulated through a filter) basically didn’t help at all, the entire house would be filled with smoke every time I cooked, smoke detector blaring, really annoying. Then I’d have to open all the windows and let the house air out for a while. Now with the hood, it handled 3 steaks no problem, some smoke did escape into the rest of the house, but overall very reasonable, didn’t need any extra ventilation, I was running the unit on high. The next day I made burgers and bacon on cast iron which also produces a ton of smoke, again the unit performed amazingly, Yea you could smell some cooking had happened, but the amount of smoke that escaped into the house was more than acceptable to me. Cooking other things like eggs, I’ve done several times and you can barely tell anything had been cooked, where before you would definitely know, no matter what room of our house you were in that someone had just cooked eggs. On high mode, the unit is fairly loud, but I don’t think this is a major con, its mostly the sound of rushing air, and for me the priority is being able to cook without smoking up the house. I also checked outside while I was cooking, and you can really see the smoke being kicked around out of the external vent, which to me was a good sign. The lighting on the hood is really nice, much better than the typical appliance bulb that my other hoods have had, they are nice white LEDs and give plenty of light on and around the cooking surface. For me, this is a huge upgrade and I am very happy with this purchase, I highly recommend. I was very nervous about buying a unit not knowing how well it would work until installed and not being really satisfied with the info I could find on most of the available options. Hopefully this info helps you make a decision.Read more

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  3. Phillip R.

    I bought this because it had good reviews. I replaced a 200CFM range hood that didn’t vent outside and would smoke up my whole house when i cooked. I decided to replace it and cut the vent through the wall in order to not smoke out my house every time i cooked. I expected a 900CFM to suck up every last bit of Smoke, but unfortunately, this barely did anything. I just cooked a burger, nothing crazy. Not a ton of food… just 1 single burger pattie. The range hood was on high the entire time, and my whole house smells like grease and is smoked out again. I installed a 6” vent that has only one 90 degree angle and goes directly outside with only about 12-16 inches of duct. So it’s not like it’s a difficult journey for the smoke to get out. I tested everything before I installed it. The blowers and lights all work, but it barely moves any air, leaving most of the smoke still blowing into my house. Now i just spent 6 hours installing this thing and i am no better off than i was before with my piece of junk range hood that was less than 1/4 the power with no vent! What a complete waste of time and money.Read more

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  4. Ski2Live

    Bought this to replace our old hood, which had some sharp corners., This one has rounded corners; my forehead is grateful 🙂 However the rear vent was much lower on this unit, which meant I spent considerable time enlarhing the hole through the wall. Knowing that beforehand would have been really nice. Why not include a PDF of mounting cut-outs? Anyways, the sound level is good, and the lights are bright. I also like the dishwasher-safe baffles.Read more

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  5. F Amazonian

    We just purchased this hood and installation was simple. Just remember if you are using a drill bit or even a screwdriver it needs to be long enough to work between the space. Other than cutting two strips of wood it was simple. I helped hold the fan as my husband screwed the hood in place. We did get better screws than the ones provided but that was the only thing we changed from original setup. We had a hood that our builders installed but it wasn’t strong enough as I cook all the time and hate the smell of food in my house once I’m done cooking. That being said- the duct you see in the pictures is what we originally had and did nothing else to it- perfect fit. I decided to go with this one after research several other and actually ordering a Kobe very similar to this one but w only 400 cfm. I believe I needed something stronger as my duct is a long run. I did call them to see if they had any without the logo and don’t have that option any longer. Either way the logo not noticeable from a distance and a lot smaller than pictured. I think it could be removed easily. The fan is loud but not enough that I can’t hear people near me. The old Whirlpool I replaced was just as loud and not effective at all. I’m pleased with the quality and will update if I feel differently.Read more

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  6. Greg from Cleveland

    I wanted to leave a review partly because I found that expert info on range hoods is pretty limited out there. I went back and forth on several models of hoods before settling on this one. I chose it because of the high CFM rating, I like the way it looks and I like the look of real buttons rather than touch panel. I needed something for under cabinet with the vent on top so it could pass through the cabinet above it. I have previously installed a duct for a hybrid microwave/rangehood. By far the hardest part of installation is running the duct to the outside. In my case, the stove is on an interior wall – but adjacent to an exterior wall, and I figured I could route the duct through the soffit above our cabinets. I opted to use 6″ x 24″ galvanized steel round duct to pass from the hood up through the cabinet, then inside the soffit I ran flexible aluminum duct to the exterior wall cap (it is rated for range hood use), both Imperial brand found at Lowes. The run length inside the soffit was about 5 feet and I had to make 3 turns to navigate the duct through. For the vent cap I used a Speedi-Products EX-WCHD 06, found on Amazon. Routing the duct through the soffit was quite challenging, I had to cut an extra hole in the dry wall on the soffit just to get my hand in there to navigate the duct through a labyrinth of plumbing from our bathroom on the floor above. Once I got the duct ran, I started on the holes through the cabinet. With the holes cut out, I tested the fit between the hood, rigid duct and cabinet before attempting to put them back into place. I found that making a slight inward bend at the back of the hoods vent outlet allowed it to slip past the seam of the duct more easily. I then installed the duct with a 6″ hose clamp onto the flexible duct, and slipped the cabinet up onto it and ran screws in. With the cabinet and duct in place, I was ready to hang the new hood. For that, I took an old TV tray table and cut the legs to just the right height so with the table sitting on the stove, it would hold the cabinet a couple inches below the installation height. That gave me plenty of room to wire and get ready to mount. Wiring was easy, I did test the unit functions with the supplied plug before cutting and hard wiring it to the electrical that was already there. It might be worth noting the wires come out of the top of the unit, for me, not a problem because there was a hollow gap under the cabinet, but could be a problem for some cabinets without this space. When it came to hanging the hood, I drilled my own holes so I could mount directly to studs. They do include some plastic drywall anchors, but I’ve used those exact style anchors for other, lighter duty, applications and they are terrible, have had them pull out of the wall tearing the drywall around it, I wouldn’t trust them myself for something as heavy as this hood. I was able to mount to two studs by drilling my own holes and then attached the top of the hood to the cabinet above it. One small issue is that the actual width of the hood is about 29-1/2″ so there is a 1/4″ gap on either side of the hood. You don’t really notice, but I though t it was odd since the old cheap hood was exactly 30″ and fit the space perfectly. So, how well does the unit perform? I tested it the next evening by cooking steaks on cast iron. I love cooking with cast iron but the kinds of things I like to cook tend to make a lot of smoke, and the little vent we had before (which just circulated through a filter) basically didn’t help at all, the entire house would be filled with smoke every time I cooked, smoke detector blaring, really annoying. Then I’d have to open all the windows and let the house air out for a while. Now with the hood, it handled 3 steaks no problem, some smoke did escape into the rest of the house, but overall very reasonable, didn’t need any extra ventilation, I was running the unit on high. The next day I made burgers and bacon on cast iron which also produces a ton of smoke, again the unit performed amazingly, Yea you could smell some cooking had happened, but the amount of smoke that escaped into the house was more than acceptable to me. Cooking other things like eggs, I’ve done several times and you can barely tell anything had been cooked, where before you would definitely know, no matter what room of our house you were in that someone had just cooked eggs. On high mode, the unit is fairly loud, but I don’t think this is a major con, its mostly the sound of rushing air, and for me the priority is being able to cook without smoking up the house. I also checked outside while I was cooking, and you can really see the smoke being kicked around out of the external vent, which to me was a good sign. The lighting on the hood is really nice, much better than the typical appliance bulb that my other hoods have had, they are nice white LEDs and give plenty of light on and around the cooking surface. For me, this is a huge upgrade and I am very happy with this purchase, I highly recommend. I was very nervous about buying a unit not knowing how well it would work until installed and not being really satisfied with the info I could find on most of the available options. Hopefully this info helps you make a decision.Read more

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  7. Phillip R.

    I bought this because it had good reviews. I replaced a 200CFM range hood that didn’t vent outside and would smoke up my whole house when i cooked. I decided to replace it and cut the vent through the wall in order to not smoke out my house every time i cooked. I expected a 900CFM to suck up every last bit of Smoke, but unfortunately, this barely did anything. I just cooked a burger, nothing crazy. Not a ton of food… just 1 single burger pattie. The range hood was on high the entire time, and my whole house smells like grease and is smoked out again. I installed a 6” vent that has only one 90 degree angle and goes directly outside with only about 12-16 inches of duct. So it’s not like it’s a difficult journey for the smoke to get out. I tested everything before I installed it. The blowers and lights all work, but it barely moves any air, leaving most of the smoke still blowing into my house. Now i just spent 6 hours installing this thing and i am no better off than i was before with my piece of junk range hood that was less than 1/4 the power with no vent! What a complete waste of time and money.Read more

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  8. Ski2Live

    Bought this to replace our old hood, which had some sharp corners., This one has rounded corners; my forehead is grateful 🙂 However the rear vent was much lower on this unit, which meant I spent considerable time enlarhing the hole through the wall. Knowing that beforehand would have been really nice. Why not include a PDF of mounting cut-outs? Anyways, the sound level is good, and the lights are bright. I also like the dishwasher-safe baffles.Read more

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