Baxi TS Super Technical data

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Baxi Bermuda Inset 3 Super
Fireside Gas Central Heating Units
Installation and
Servicing Instructions
TS, BS, KS
& SC Super
FS, BB, CB
& BC Super
Natural Gas
Codes of Practice, most recent version
should be used
Baxi Bermuda Inset 3 BS Super
G.C.No. 37 075 56
Baxi Bermuda Inset 3 TS Super
G.C.No. 37 075 57
Baxi Bermuda Inset 3 KS Super
G.C.No. 37 075 54
Baxi Bermuda Inset 3 FS Super
G.C.No. 37 075 55
Baxi Bermuda Inset 3 BB Super
G.C.No. 37 075 62
Baxi Bermuda Inset 3 CB Super
G.C.No. 37 075 63
Baxi Bermuda Inset 3 SC Super
G.C.No. 37 075 64
Baxi Bermuda Inset 3 BC Super
G.C.No. 37 075 65
For use with the following boiler:
Baxi Bermuda Inset 2 Boiler 50/4 E
G.C.No. 44 075 03
Baxi Bermuda Inset 3 Boiler 50/5
G.C.No. 44 075 07
In GB the following Codes of Practice apply:
Standard
Scope
BS 6891
Gas Installation.
BS 5440 Part 1
Flues.
BS 5440 Part 2
Ventilation.
BS 5871 Part 2
Installation of inset live fuel effect fires.
In IE the following Codes of Practice apply:
Standard
Scope
I.S. 813
Domestic Gas Installations.
IMPORTANT - The addition of anything that may
interfere with the normal operation of the
appliance without express written permission
from the manufacturer or his agent could
invalidate the appliance warranty. In GB this
could also infringe the GAS SAFETY (Installation
and Use) REGULATIONS.
IMPORTANT - Installation, Commissioning,
Service & Repair
This appliance must be installed in accordance with
the manufacturer’s instructions and the regulations
in force. Read the instructions fully before installing
or using the appliance.
Baxi is one of the leading manufacturers of domestic
heating products in the UK.
Our first priority is to give a high quality service to our
customers. Quality is built into every Baxi product products which fulfil the demands and needs of
customers, offering choice, efficiency and reliability.
To keep ahead of changing trends, we have made a
commitment to develop new ideas using the
latest technology - with the aim of continuing to
make the products that customers want to buy.
Everyone who works at Baxi has a commitment to
quality because we know that satisfied customers
mean continued success.
We hope you get a satisfactory service from Baxi. If
not, please let us know.
Baxi is a BS-EN ISO 9001
Accredited Company
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In GB, this must be carried out by a competent
person as stated in the Gas Safety (Installation &
Use) Regulations.
Definition of competence: A person who works for a
CORGI registered company and holding current
certificates in the relevant ACS modules, or valid
ACoP equivalents, is deemed competent.
In IE, this must be carried out by a competent
person as stated in I.S. 813 “Domestic Gas
Installations”.
Contents
Section
Page
1.0
Introduction
4
2.0
Technical Data
5
3.0
Site Requirements
6
4.0
Electrical
8
5.0
Installation
9
6.0
Commissioning the Fire
13
7.0
Arranging the Coals
14
8.0
Checking for Spillage
16
9.0
Annual Servicing
18
10.0 Changing Components
21
11.0 Fault Finding
27
12.0 Flow Charts
28
13.0 Short Parts List
30
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1.0 Introduction
1.1
Green Power
ON Indicator
Description
1. Your Baxi Bermuda Inset 3 Super is a central
heating boiler combined with a gas fire. The
firefront is of the Decorative Fuel Effect type and
incorporates an optional illumination effect for
use when the fire is off. The boiler will provide
heating for the rest of the house and also
domestic hot water if required. The boiler and fire
are independently controlled.
Boiler Thermostat
Knob
2. The boiler and fire unit is designed to be used
on Natural Gas only.
ON/OFF
Button
3. The fire is controlled by three switches
situated on the upper left hand side of the fire
surround (Fig. 1). The fire has three settings:
Green
High Setting
Indicator
OFF
LOW
HIGH
4. The boiler controls are located behind the
controls access door.
HIGH/LOW
Button
Green
Illumination
ON Indicator
Controls Access Door
Bermuda Inset 3
TS, BS,KS & SC Super
Illumination
Button
5. The boiler may be controlled by an external
programmer or clock control (see separate
instructions with the clock controller used).
Manual control is available with the boiler
thermostat control.
NOTE: The fire or illumination effect will not
function in the event of a power failure.
Controls & Bezel
Fig. 1
1.2
The appliance is suitable only for installation in
GB and IE and should be installed in
accordance with the rules in force.
Boiler Thermostat
Knob
Controls Access Door
Installation
Bermuda Inset 3
FS, BB, CB & BC Super
In GB, the installation must be carried out by a
CORGI Registered Installer. It must be carried out
in accordance with the relevant requirements of
the:
• Gas Safety (Installation & Use) Regulations.
• The appropriate Building Regulations either The
Building Regulations, The Building Regulations
(Scotland), Building Regulations (Northern
Ireland).
• The Water Fittings Regulations or Water Byelaws
in Scotland.
• The Current I.E.E. Wiring Regulations.
Where no specific instructions are given, reference
should be made to the relevant British Standard
Code of Practice.
1.3
Important Information
This product uses fuel effect pieces containing Refractory Ceramic Fibres
(R.C.F.) which are man-made vitreous silicate fibres. Excessive exposure
to these materials may cause temporary irritation to eyes, skin and
respiratory tract. Care must be taken when handling these articles to
ensure the release of dust or fibres is kept to a minimum.
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In IE, the installation must be carried out by a
competent Person and installed in accordance
with the current edition of I.S. 813 ‘Domestic Gas
Installations’, the current Building Regulations and
reference should be made to the current ETCI
rules for electrical installation.
These Instructions must be read in conjunction
with those for the Boiler Section before
installing or using this appliance.
NOTE: All illustrations show the Inset 3 TS Super. The
procedure for Installation, Commissioning, Servicing
etc. is the same for all Bermuda Inset 3 Super models.
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2.0 Technical Data
Notice
Bermuda Inset 3 TS, BS, FS, KS Super
Bermuda Inset 3 BB, CB, SC, BC Super
Discolouration of wall surfaces
The fire is set for Gas Type G20 at 20mbar.
Most heating appliances generate warm air convection currents and
transfer heat to any wall surface against which they are situated.
Some soft furnishings (such as blown vinyl wallpapers) may not be
suitable for use where they are subject to temperatures above normal
room levels and the manufacturer's advice should be sought before
using this type of wall covering adjacent to any heating appliance.
The likelihood of wall staining from convected air currents will be
increased in environments where high levels of cigarette smoke or
other contaminants exist.
Heat Input (Gross)
kW
Btu/h
High
6.52
22,246
Pilot Assembly
Heat Input (Gross)
9416
210W (715 Btu/h)
Injector
F15
Setting Pressure
mbar
in wg
Cold
9.0
3.6
Thermocouple
Output
6.5 - 10.0 mv
Gas Connection
The gas supply is
provided from the service
cock on the boiler unit
Electrical Supply
230V ~ 50Hz 65W
Supplied from boiler
electrical socket.
Fused 5A in boiler
external supply.
Controls
Automatic control system
with flame failure and
atmospheric sensing
device.
Gas Rate
(after 10 mins)
0.60 m3/h (21.0 ft3/h)
Installation
Lifting Weight
10.3 kg (22.7 lbs)
Outercase
Dimensions
1
Low
4.1
13,989
Height
610mm
Width
593mm
Depth
103mm
(from the wall)
5
460mm Min
560mm Max
3.0 Site Requirements
3.1
Fireplace
Opening
560mm
Min
590mm
Max
1. The principal site requirements are determined
by the boiler unit, but the following details are
essential for the correct installation of the fire unit:
Fireplace Opening (Fig. 2):
Height: 560mm (22in) min
590mm (2315/64in) max
Width:
460mm (18in) min
560mm (22in) max
Fireplace Opening
Fig. 2
625mm
625mm
Surround and
Non-Combustible Area
Fig. 3
NOTE: The wall or surround behind the fire
must be non-combustible.
Non-Combustible area (Fig. 3):
Height
625mm (2419/32in)
Width
625mm (2419/32in)
2. Any gaps between the wall and the surround
must be sealed. A shelf, not projecting more than
178mm (7in), may be fitted at least 126mm (5in)
above fire or 180mm (71/8in) for 229mm (9in)
deep shelf.
3.2
300mm
600mm
13mm
Fireplace Opening
50mm
Minimum Hearth
Dimensions
Fig. 4
Hearth Mounting
1. The fire unit is intended to be hearth mounted.
The hearth must be of a non-combustible
material at least 13mm (1/2in) thick and measuring
at least 300mm (12in) deep by 600mm (235/8in)
wide and fitted centrally about the fireplace
opening. The top surface of the hearth should be
a minimum of 50mm (2in) above floor level and
must be level with the base of the builders
opening (Fig. 4).
2. On no account should the fire unit be fitted
directly onto a combustible floor or carpet.
3. Alternatively, a fender rail or upstanding edge
of 50mm (2in) height can be fitted to the
periphery of the 13mm (1/2in) non-combustible
hearth (Fig. 5).
NOTE: If the firefront must be wall mounted, it
is still necessary to fit a hearth of the
dimensions shown.
300mm
600mm
50mm
13mm
6
Fig. 5
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3.0 Site Requirements
3.3
Ventilation
1. Ventilation air supply should be in accordance
with the relevant standards. In GB this is BS
5440 Pt 2. In IE this is the current edition of I.S.
813 “Domestic Gas Installations”.
The permanent ventilation area size
requirements are as shown:
12.42in2
80.1cm2
2. The permanent vent may be directly into the
room containing the appliance. The vent may
also be sited in another (not a bedroom, toilet,
bathroom or kitchen) room provided an
interconnecting vent is used.
3. The vent must not be installed inside the
builders opening. The vent should be sited
following good practice for a habitable room.
4. We recommend the use of the Stadium
BM720 “Black Hole” ventilator which is available
from your local merchant.
3.4
Gas Supply
1. The gas installation should be in accordance
with the relevant standards. In GB this is BS
6891. In IE this is the current edition of I.S. 813
“Domestic Gas Installations”.
2.The gas supply to the fire is provided from the
service cock on the boiler using the supply pipe
provided in the fire kit. The pipe is the correct
length and will not need shortening.
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4.0 Electrical
4.1
Electrical Supply
Wiring Key
1. Electricity is supplied to the fire unit via the plug
and cable assembly provided with the fire.
b - Blue
br - Brown
2. The cable must be connected to the 4 pin plug
and socket on the boiler.
NOTE: The method of connection to the
electrical supply must facilitate complete
electrical isolation of the appliance. Connection
may be made via a fused double pole isolator
with a contact separation of at least 3mm on all
poles and serve the appliance and system
controls only.
Pilot / A.S.D.
L
N
br
b
Control
Panel
Bulbs
Control Box
br
b
Transformer
Motorised Valve
WARNING: The appliance must be earthed.
The input cable for the appliance should be
0.75mm2 to IEC Code 27 (heat resistant).
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5.0 Installation
5.1
4 Pin Electrical Plug
Initial Preparation
1. Unpack the fire unit from the carton. The coal
bed and fender assemblies are packed in
individual boxes within the main carton and
should be left in these until required.
Fig. 6
2. Remove the instructions and other literature
from the combustion box together with the
contents kit and glass pack.
5.2
3 Pin Electrical Plug
Fig. 7
Mains Inlet Cable
Electrical Connection
External wiring must be correctly earthed,
polarised and in accordance with relevant
Regulations/Rules. In GB this is the current
I.E.E. Wiring Regulations. In IE reference should
be made to the current edition of the ETCI rules.
The appliance requires an electrical supply from
the heating controls system. A permanent live
is required to supply the firefront.
WARNING: The appliance must be earthed.
The input cable for the appliance should be
0.75mm2 to IEC Code 227 (heat resistant). The
system external controls and the appliance must
be supplied by the same isolator.
Cutouts
Fig. 8
5.3
Making the Electrical Connection
(50/4 E model)
1. Take the 3 pin plug and lead assembly from
the gas fire contents kit (Fig. 6).
Boiler Base
Fire Cable Clamp
3. Route the mains inlet cable under the boiler
base through the cutouts (Fig. 8).
Fig. 9
Mains Inlet Cable Clamp
Inlet Plug
SL
L
SL
N
L
IMPORTANT: The mains inlet cable MUST
be routed under the boiler base to ensure
that it cannot interfere with the transformer
box on the fire front.
N
Loose
Terminal
Block
Loop
From
Firefront
Fig. 10a
2. Remove the 4 pin electrical plug from the
boiler (Figs. 6 & 7), remove the cover from the 4
pin plug and undo the cable clamps (Fig. 9).
Fig. 10
From Control System
& Permanent Live
4. The boiler plug is supplied as shown; A loop
connects the live and switched live terminals.
Also included is a loose terminal block (Fig. 10).
5. If the firefront being installed is equipped with
either lighting effects or lighting effects and
electronic ignition the plug must be wired as
Fig. 10a.
Connect the control switched live to position L.
Connect neutral to N and earth to
.
Connect the permanent live to the loose terminal
block supplied in the plug.
The live of the fire supply cable must also be
connected to the terminal block.
Neutral and earth of the fire supply can then be
connected to N and
respectively.
Cut the end of the earth tag from
the fire supply cable earth wire.
6. Re-fit the cable clamps ensuring that the outer
insulation is securely held and re-fit the plug
cover. Ensure that all cables are routed away
from the boiler casing and hood.
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1.0 Introduction
4 Pin Electrical Plug
5.3
Making the Electrical Connection
(continued) (50/5 model)
1. Take the 3 pin plug and lead assembly from
the gas fire contents kit.
2. Remove the 4 pin electrical plug from the boiler
(Figs.10b), remove the cover from the 4 pin plug
and undo the cable clamps (Fig. 10d).
Fig. 10b
3. Route the mains inlet cable under the boiler
base through the cutouts (Fig. 10c).
3 Pin Electrical Plug
IMPORTANT: The mains inlet cable must be
routed under the boiler base to ensure that it
cannot interfere with the transformer box on
the fire front.
Mains Inlet Cable
Cutouts
4. The boiler plug is supplied as shown; An earth
lead connects to the boiler chassis (Fig. 10e).
Fig. 10c
5. Wire the plug as Fig. 10f.
Connect the control switched live to SL.
Connect neutral to N and earth to
Boiler Base
.
Connect the permanent live to L.
The fire earth must connect to the chassis.
SL
L
Neutral and live of the fire supply cable can then
be connected to N and L respectively.
N
6. Re-fit the cable clamps ensuring that the outer
insulation is securely held and re-fit the plug
cover. Ensure that all cables are routed away
from the boiler casing and hood.
Fire Cable Clamp
Fig. 10d
Fig. 10e
Inlet Plug
Mains Inlet Cable Clamp
SL
L
N
From
Firefront
From Control System
& Permanent Live
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Fig. 10f
5.0 Installation
Fig. 11
5.4
Fitting the Fire
Fire Surround Trim
1. Remove the fire surround trim from its poly
bag (Fig. 11). The fire surround should be
handled with care.
Control Panel
Assembly
Bottom
Lug
2. Position the fire surround trim around the fire
combustion box and lower it into position, taking
care not to trap the cable from the control panel
assembly, ensure that the top lugs locate on to
the top of the fire combustion box and the
bottom lugs locate into the slots in the sides of
the combustion box (Fig. 12).
Fig. 12
Fire Surround Trim
3. Insert the plug connector from the control
panel assembly into the socket on the front of
the valve bracket (Fig. 15).
Boiler Hood
Flue
Spigot
4. Position the fire on to the boiler base and
slide back, ensuring that the flue spigot locates
into the downdraught diverter on the boiler.
Push the fire back into the opening. Look
through the fire to align the two slots in the flue
spigot with the holes in the boiler hood (Figs. 13
& 14).
Fig. 14
5. Fit and tighten the two screws that secure the
fire combustion box to the front corners of the
boiler base tray (Figs. 13 & 16).
Fig. 13
Fig. 15
6. Fit the two screws inside the fire flue spigot.
Push the fire back and tighten the two screws.
(Fig. 14).
Control Panel Connector
from Fire Surround
Fig. 16
Base Tray Securing Screw
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5.0 Installation
Electrical Supply
From Boiler
Base
5.4
Fitting the Fire (continued)
7. Fit the fire gas supply pipe at the motorised
valve inlet (Fig. 18).
8. Fit the fire gas supply pipe to the gas service
cock on the right hand side of the boiler base
ensuring gas soundness is done at both
connections on the gas supply pipe (Fig. 19).
Control Box
Fig. 17
9. Connect the electrical supply to the fire from
the boiler (Fig. 17).
10. Unpack the glass and fit two of the amber
pieces vertically between the tabs at the rear,
and the remaining one between the two bulbs at
the front (Fig. 20).
Fig. 18
11. Lay the glass retaining assembly into the
opening in the fire box, locating the slot over the
central back tab (Fig. 21).
Fire Gas
Supply Pipe
Fig. 19
Fire Gas Supply Pipe
at Service Cock end
Amber Glass Pieces
Combustion Box Base
Fig. 20
Amber Glass Pieces
Glass Retaining
Assembly
Central Back Tab
Fig. 21
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6.0 Commissioning the Fire
6.1
Pressure Test Point
Sealing Screw
Commissioning the Fire
1. Turn on the main gas and electrical supply and
press the
button (Fig. 24) to check that the
illumination effect operates.
2. Turn the gas service cock to the fire and boiler
on position as shown, then purge according to in
GB BS 6891 and in IE the current edition of I.S.
813 “Domestic Gas Installations”. (Fig. 23).
3. Check for gas soundness from the gas service
cock to the fire inlet connection.
Fig. 22
4. Release the pressure test point sealing screw
from the injector adaptor and connect a pressure
gauge (Fig. 22).
5. The fire has three settings:OFF
LOW
HIGH
6. The ON button has a safety feature built in. It
should be pressed and held for 3-4 seconds.
(The green power ON indicator comes on when
the ON/OFF button is pressed (Fig. 24).)
7. During the ignition sequence you will hear an
audible signal. This lasts for up to 20 seconds.
The fire will then automatically ignite on the low
setting.
Green Power
ON Indicator
ON/OFF
Button
NOTE: If the ON/OFF button is pressed and
held for less than 3 seconds the fire will not
ignite. This is a built in safety feature.
Green
High Setting
Indicator
8. If the fire fails to ignite or goes out at any time,
switch the fire off by pressing the ON/OFF button
once and repeat the procedure (Fig. 24).
HIGH/LOW
Button
9. Turn the fire to high setting by pressing the
HIGH/LOW button. The green high setting
indicator will come on to confirm this (Fig. 24).
This operation can be undertaken during the
ignition sequence.
Green
Illumination
ON Indicator
Illumination
Button
Gas Service Cock
10. Check the fire gas pressure.
The pressure should be 9.0 mbar (3.6 in wg). If
the pressure is not correct, check that all gas
cocks are fully open and that the meter pressure
is correct. No adjustment to the setting pressure
is possible.
Fig. 23
Controls & Bezel
Fig. 24
Fire and Boiler
ON Position
11. Pressing the ON/OFF button once will turn
the fire off. The green power ON indicator will go
out to confirm this (Fig. 24). Disconnect the
pressure gauge and replace the pressure test
point sealing screw, ensuring a gas tight seal
(Fig. 22).
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7.0 Arranging the Coals
Side Cheek
Location Stop
7.1
Arranging the Coals
It is important that all the coals are used and
arranged as shown in order to achieve the
desired flame picture.
Fig. 25
1. Remove the loose coals, side cheeks, rear and
front coals from their protective packaging and
place them on a newspaper or similar to prevent
soiling furnishings.
Rear Coal Side
Support Ledges
Combustion Box Base Front Lip
CAUTION: The coals are extremely fragile and
must be handled accordingly. Gloves should be
worn and any inhalation of the dust should be
avoided. Keep the coals away from children at
all times. Never use coals other than those
originally supplied or Genuine Baxi Spare
Parts. Never put additional coals on the fire.
Please read section 1.3 Important Information.
Fig. 26
2. Place the right / left hand side cheeks against
the combustion box side walls (Fig. 25).
Rear Coal Spacer Lugs
3. Locate the rear coal behind the combustion box
base front lip and angle it back against the side
cheek location stops (Figs. 25 & 26).
4. Locate the front coal onto the rear coal side
support ledges and behind the lip of the burner
bracket (Figs. 26 & 27).
Burner
Bracket Lip
Fig. 27
5. Place 5 of the loose coals into the location
recesses of the front coal, (flat face downward).
The 3 centre coals should rest against the
corresponding rear coal spacer lugs. Orientation
of the coals should be as shown in order to
achieve the desired flame picture (Fig. 28).
6. Place the remaining 4 loose coals between the
front loose coals and the rear coal, (flat face
downward). Orientation of the coals should be as
shown in order to achieve the desired flame
picture (Fig. 29).
Fig. 28
Fig. 29
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7.0 Arranging the Coals
Finial
Fender
Fender
7.1
Arranging the Coals (cont)
7. At this point it is necessary to fit the fender
assembly.
8. Remove the fender from its packing (Fig. 30)
(on FS, BB, CB, BC models screw the finials to
the fender assembly).
9. Remove the controls access door from the
fender assembly (Fig. 30).
Controls Access
Door
Fig. 30
Controls Access Door
FS, BB, CB & BC model
Fender Assembly
10. Hook the fender into the sides of the
combustion box (Fig. 31).
11. The appliance must now be checked for
spillage.
Fig. 31
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8.0 Checking for Spillage
8.1
Checking for Spillage
CAUTION - Whilst checking for spillage care
must be taken to avoid touching hot panels.
1. Before checking for spillage the worst likely
operating environment for the appliance must be
created. To do this, close all doors and windows
in the room and operate any ceiling or extractor
fans that may be present, on the wall or within
other appliances. If any ceiling or extractor fans
are present in an adjoining room then these
should be operated and the connecting door left
open.
2. There are two stages of appliance operation
for which spillage must be checked by following
"The Spillage Checking Procedure" shown below
(8.2).
3. STAGE 1 - Commencing with the appliance
Cold, operate the fire on maximum for five
minutes and check for spillage. If spillage is
evident then the fire is operated for a further 10
minutes and re-checked. If spillage is still evident
then the cause should be ascertained and
rectified before continuing with commissioning.
4. STAGE 2 - Following a satisfactory result at
stage 1, the fire is left on and the boiler is
operated (from Cold) for 5 minutes before
checking for spillage again. If spillage is evident
then the cause should be ascertained and
rectified before continuing with commissioning.
5. If the appliance cannot be commissioned then
it should be isolated until the problem is resolved.
Fig. 32
8.2
The Spillage Checking Procedure
(Figs. 32 & 33)
1. A lighted smoke match should be held in a
suitable holder 50mm below the lower louvre of
the fire and 50mm from either side of the
combustion box inner side panel. The majority of
smoke should be drawn into the fire.
50mm
60mm
8.3
Possible Causes of Spillage
1. The smoke match may have been positioned
incorrectly, resulting in the smoke being picked
up by hot convected air currents.
Fig. 33
2. The builders opening or flue installation may
be unsound.
3. Inadequate ventilation.
4. Down draughts may be present.
5. Flue blockages.
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8.0 Checking for Spillage
8.4
Captive Nut
Completion
1. Take the black painted extension piece,
captive nut and screw from the fire contents kit.
Door Shield
2. Fit the captive nut to the rear edge of the door
shield, over the hole (Fig. 34).
3. Slide the extension piece between the door
shield and the casting, ensuring the location hole
locates over the pip on the door shield (Fig. 36).
Fig. 34
4. Secure the extension piece to the door shield
using the black screw (Fig. 37).
5. Replace the controls access door (Fig. 35).
6. These instructions and the users instructions
should be handed to the customer. At the same
time the customer should be shown how to
operate the fire and boiler safely and efficiently.
Controls Access Door
Fig. 35
7. The need for annual servicing should be
emphasised and the returning of the guarantee
card advised.
Extension Piece
Location Hole
Fig. 36
Location Pip
Fig. 37
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9.0 Annual Servicing
9.1
Annual Servicing
IMPORTANT: It is possible that some soot
may be deposited on the coals after use. This
is acceptable providing it is not allowed to
accumulate.
Gas Service
Cock
CAUTION: The coals are extremely fragile
and must be handled accordingly. Gloves
should be worn and any inhalation of the dust
should be avoided. Keep the coals away from
children at all times. Never use coals other
than those originally supplied or Genuine Baxi
Spare Parts. Never put additional coals on the
fire. Please read section 1.3 Important
Information.
Fire Gas Supply Pipe
Fig. 39
Controls Access Door
Fig. 38
1. For reasons of safety and economy it is
important to service the fire and boiler annually.
9.2
Gas Service Cock
Fig. 40
Preparation
WARNING: Isolate the gas and electricity
supplies to the boiler and fire unit before
servicing.
1. In order to service the boiler unit, the fire must
be disconnected and removed. Remove the fire
as follows2. Lift the controls access door away from the
fender assembly (Fig. 38).
Fig. 41
OFF Position
Base Tray Securing Screw
3. Turn off the gas supply at the service cock
(Fig. 40).
4. Carefully remove all the loose coals, side
cheeks, rear and front coals (Fig. 41).
5. Remove the glass retaining assembly
(Fig. 43).
Fig. 42
Glass Retaining
Assembly
6. Carefully remove the three amber glass pieces
(Fig. 44).
7. Lift the fender assembly to disengage it from
the hooks and remove it (Fig. 45).
Amber Glass
Pieces
Fender Assembly
Fig. 43
Fig. 45
Amber Glass Pieces
Fig. 44
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8. Disconnect the gas supply to the fire at the
gas service cock connection (Fig. 39).
9. Remove the two screws retaining the sides of
the fire combustion box to the fire base tray
(Fig. 42).
9.0 Annual Servicing
9.2
Preparation (Cont)
8. Slacken the two screws inside the flue spigot
(Fig. 46).
Boiler Hood
9. Disconnect the electrical plug from the socket
attached to the control box (Fig. 47).
Flue
Spigot
10. Slide the fire combustion box forward to
disengage it from the flue spigot and lift away
(Fig. 48) taking care not to snag any electrical
wiring.
Fig. 46
9.3
Fig. 48
Cleaning the Burner & Injectors
1. Undo the screw holding the burner to the
controls mounting plate, and disengage the
burner inlet from the injector (Fig. 49).
Control Box
2. Using a soft brush, remove any dirt from the
burner and ensure that the ports are free from
obstruction (Fig. 49).
Fig. 47
Burner
3. Using a spanner on both the adaptor barrel
and fire injector, remove the injector from the
barrel (Fig. 50).
4. Examine and clean the injector. Do not use
any hard tools such as pins or wire. Refit the
injector (Fig. 50).
Retaining
Screw
Fig. 49
9.4
Cleaning the Pilot/A.S.D. Assembly
(Fig. 51)
NOTE: No attempt should be made to clean
the device using any hard tools, including
pins or wire.
WARNING: The pilot/A.S.D. assembly must
not be adjusted in any way.
Injector
1. The A.S.D. must not be altered so that it will
not operate or be bypassed in any way.
Fig. 50
2. Ensure that the pilot burner aeration hole is
free from lint, debris etc.
2.5 - 4mm
3. If necessary clean the electrode and target,
and check that the spark gap is 2.5 - 4.0mm.
4. The thermocouple cannot be changed as an
individual component. The complete assembly
must be replaced in the event of one or other
component failure(s).
5. Only use a Genuine Baxi Spare Part.
Pilot Aeration Hole
Pilot/A.S.D.
Assembly
Fig. 51
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9.0 Annual Servicing
9.5
Firebed Base Panel
Cleaning the Combustion Box &
Coals
1. Remove any deposits from the firebed base
panel (Fig. 52).
Burner
2. If necessary the coals can be cleaned with a
very soft brush, and can be retouched using the
black stain available direct from Baxi or from your
local Baxi Spares Stockist. Quote Part No 043224
when ordering.
Fig. 52
3. Refit the burner to the controls mounting plate
(Fig. 53).
Fig. 53
Retaining
Screw
9.6
Replacing the Fire
1. Once the boiler has been serviced, the fire can
be replaced. Refer to the boiler installation and
servicing instructions.
Boiler Hood
Flue
Spigot
2. Slide the fire combustion box into position
ensuring that the flue spigot fits into the boiler
downdraught diverter. Fit and tighten the two
screws inside the flue spigot (Fig. 54) and
replace the two screws into the boiler base tray
(Fig. 56).
Fig. 54
3. Reconnect the gas supply and test for
soundness (Fig. 57).
4. Reconnect electrical supply (Fig. 55).
5. Replace all the loose coals, side cheeks, rear
and front coals as described in “Arranging the
Coals”. Refit the fender assembly.
Control Box
Fig. 55
Base Tray Securing Screw
Fig. 56
Fire Gas Supply Pipe
Fig. 57
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Gas Service
Cock
10.0
10.1
Changing Components
Changing Components
WARNING: Isolate the gas and electricity
supplies to the boiler and fire unit before
changing any components.
Fig. 58
1. Lift the controls access door away from the
fender assembly (Fig. 59).
2. Turn off the gas supply at the service cock
(Fig. 60).
3. Carefully remove all the loose coals, side
cheeks, rear and front coals (Fig. 58).
CAUTION: The coals are extremely fragile
and must be handled accordingly. Gloves
should be worn and any inhalation of the dust
should be avoided. Keep the coals away from
children at all times. Never use coals other
than those originally supplied or Genuine Baxi
Spare Parts. Never put additional coals on the
fire. Please read section 1.3 Important
Information.
Controls Access Door
Fender Assembly
Fig. 59
4. Remove the glass retaining assembly
(Fig. 62). At this point the bulb/s may be changed
(see Section 10.7).
Gas Service Cock
Fig. 60
Gas Service
Cock
5. Carefully remove the three amber glass pieces
(Fig. 63).
6. Lift the fender assembly to disengage the
hooks and remove it (Fig. 59).
Fire Gas Supply Pipe
Fig. 61
OFF Position
Glass Retaining
Assembly
7. At this point the burner and injector may be
changed.
8. Disconnect the gas supply to the fire at the gas
service cock connection (Fig. 61).
Amber Glass
Pieces
Fig. 62
Amber Glass Pieces
Fig. 63
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10.0
Boiler Hood
10.1
Changing Components
Changing Components (continued)
9. Remove the two screws retaining the sides of
the fire combustion box to the fire base tray
(Fig. 67).
Flue
Spigot
10. Remove the two screws inside the flue spigot
(Fig. 65).
Fig. 65
11. Disconnect the electrical plug from the socket
(Fig. 66).
12. Slide the fire combustion box forward to
disengage it from the flue spigot and lift away
(Fig. 64) taking care not to snag any electrical
wiring.
Control Box
Fig. 64
Fig. 66
Fig. 67
Base Tray Securing Screw
NOTE: After changing any components carry
out checks for gas soundness.
10.2
Burner and Injector
1. Undo the screw holding the burner to the
controls mounting plate, and disengage the
burner inlet from the injector (Fig. 68).
Burner
2. Fit the new burner in reverse order.
To change the injector remove the burner as
described above.
3. Using a spanner on both the adaptor barrel
and fire injector, remove the injector from the
barrel (Fig. 69).
Retaining
Screw
Injector
22
Fig. 68
4. Fit the new injector.
Fig. 69
10.0
10.3
Control Box
Heat Shield
1. Disconnect the electrode lead from the
electrode (Fig. 72) and the motorised gas valve
leads from the control box (Fig. 71).
Fig. 70
2. Undo the thermocouple nut from the front of
the motorised gas valve and disconnect the pilot
feed pipe from the valve and pilot/A.S.D.
assembly (Figs. 72 & 73).
Thermocouple
Interrupter Leads
Motorised Gas
Valve Leads
Pilot/A.S.D. Assembly
NOTE: The thermocouple cannot be changed
as an individual component. The complete
assembly must be replaced in the event of
one or other component failure(s).
Control Box
Heat Shield
Retaining
Screw
Control Box
Changing Components
3. Undo the screw holding the pilot/A.S.D.
assembly to the controls mounting plate and
remove (Fig. 72).
Fig. 71
4. Disconnect the earth point.
5. Remove the control box heat shield retaining
screw and place the shield to one side (Fig. 70).
6. Disconnect the two thermocouple interrupter
leads at the control box (Fig. 71).
7. Shape the thermocouple of the replacement
pilot/A.S.D. assembly in a similar manner to the
original and fit in reverse order.
Pilot/A.S.D.
Assembly
Pilot Feed Pipe
Electrode Lead
Thermocouple
Fig. 72
Thermocouple Nut
Pilot Feed Pipe
Motorised Gas
Valve
Fig. 73
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10.0 Changing Components
10.4
Control Box
Heat Shield
Control Box
1. Disconnect the earth point.
Heat Shield
Retaining Screw
2. Remove the control box heat shield retaining
screw and place the shield to one side (Fig. 74).
3. Disconnect all of the wiring connections from
the control box taking note of their positions
(Fig. 75).
Control Box
4. Slacken the rear control box retaining screw.
Fig. 74
Electrode
Lead
5. Undo the front retaining screw and remove the
control box (Fig. 76).
Thermocouple
Interrupter
Mains Input
Leads
Lead
6. Fit the new control box and reassemble in
reverse order.
Control Box
Control Box
10.5
Control Box
Retaining Screw
Motorised Gas
Valve Leads
Control Panel
Lead
Motorised Gas Valve (Fig. 77)
1. Undo the thermocouple nut from the front of
the motorised gas valve, and disconnect the
three gas pipes from the tap body.
Fig. 76
2. Disconnect the motorised gas valve leads from
the control box (Fig. 75).
Fig. 75
3. Undo the two screws holding the gas valve to
its’ bracket. Remove the valve, slackening the
gas pipes at their other connections if necessary.
4. Fit the new motorised gas valve in reverse
order.
5. Check gas soundness (leak detector).
Motorised Gas
Valve
Pilot Feed Pipe
Thermocouple
Nut
24
Fig. 77
10.0
Changing Components
Fire Surround Trim
10.6
Control Panel
1. Disconnect the control panel connector from
the front of the valve bracket (Fig. 79).
2. Lift the surround trim away from combustion
box (Fig. 78).
3. Remove the cable clamp which secures the
control panel cable (Fig. 80).
4. Remove the two control panel securing nuts
and remove the panel (Fig. 80).
5. Fit the new control panel taking care not to
overtighten the securing nuts and reassemble in
reverse order.
Fire Surround Trim
Fig. 78
Control Panel Connector
Fig. 79
Fire Surround Trim
Control Panel
Cable Clamp
Fig. 80
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Glass Retaining Assembly
10.0 Changing Components
10.7
Bulbs
IMPORTANT: Only replace the bulb/s with a 12V
20W halogen capsule bulb available at most DIY
outlets, specialist electrical stores or through
Baxi.
1. Remove the coals, placing them on a
newspaper or similar to prevent soiling
furnishings.
2. Lift out the glass retaining assembly (Fig. 81).
Fig. 81
3. Remove the bulb by pulling out from the
ceramic bulb holder to disengage the pins
(Fig. 82).
4. Fit the replacement bulb in reverse order.
NOTE: Halogen bulbs should not be handled with
bare fingers. Always use a cloth to grip the bulb.
Halogen Bulbs
5. Replace the glass retaining assembly and
reassemble the coal bed.
Fig. 82
10.8
Glass
1. Remove the coals, placing them on a
newspaper or similar to prevent soiling
furnishings.
Amber Glass Pieces
2. Lift out the glass retaining assembly (Fig. 81).
3. Carefully remove the three amber glass pieces
(Fig. 83).
4. Fit the new glass and reassemble the coals.
Fig. 83
10.9
Transformer Assembly
Transformer Assembly (Fig. 84)
The transformer assembly is situated at the rear of
the fire at the left hand side.
1. Loosen the two screws, securing the assembly
to the rear of the fire.
2. Slide the assembly upwards and disengage
from the fire back.
Fig. 84
Control Panel
Connector Socket
3. Disconnect the control panel connector socket
from the gas valve bracket (Fig. 85).
4. Disconnect the two bulb connections to the
transformer.
Gas Valve Bracket
5. Disconnect the two control box connections to
the transformer.
6. Reassemble in reverse order.
Fig. 85
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11.0
Fault finding
Before starting Fault Finding carry out
preliminary electrical system checks i.e.
Earth Continuity, Polarity, Short Circuit and
Resistance to Earth.
Does
the main
burner
light ?
YES
Does
the pilot
light ?
START
YES
YES
Does
the fire modulate
high to low ?
Does
illumination
effect work ?
YES
NO
NO
YES
Check connection
on switch at board
Has
On/Off
neon
illuminated
?
Was
On/Off button YES
held for
3-4 seconds
?
NO
NO
Are
gas cocks
fully open ?
Open
gas cocks
NO
Is neon
operating from
high to low ?
Turn on
gas supply
YES
NO
NO
NO
Contact the
Gas Supplier
Restart ignition
sequence
Is
gas supply
turned
on ?
Is
there power
to the
appliance
?
Does
one bulb light ?
NO
NO
Is
meter pressure
correct ?
Fire
operating
satisfactorily
YES
Fault on
control system
Clean
pilot burner
NO
Change bulb
YES
NO
YES
NO
Check power
supply
Is
meter
pressure
correct ?
(20mb)
YES
NO
YES
Is
pilot burner
clean ?
Is
pilot flame
stable and approx
20mm long
?
Change
transformer
assembly
NO
YES
Did
ignition
sequence
start ?
Is there
a spark at
electrode ?
YES
NO
Is
thermocouple
tip clean ?
YES
Consult the
Gas Supplier
NO
NO
Pilot supply
blocked replace gas valve
Is
spark gap
(2.5-4mm) ?
Fault on
control system
NO
YES
NO
Clean
thermocouple tip
Is
thermocouple
tip sound ?
Correct
spark gap
(see diagram)
NO
Change
pilot assembly
YES
Check electrode
lead and
insulation
Are
thermocouple
connections
sound ?
NO
NO
Make good
the connection
NO
YES
YES
Change motorised
gas valve
Do
illumination
bulbs light ?
Change
illumination
P.C.B.
YES
YES
Did
motorised valve
make noise ?
Is
there 11V
at bulb spade
connections ?
Change
pilot assembly
YES
Change
control box
NO
Is
thermocouple
output correct ?
(6.5-10mV)
YES
Is flue
YES
blocked causing
A.S.D. to
operate ?
Change the
control box
Rectify flue
2.5 - 4mm
NO
Change
transformer
assembly
Pilot/A.S.D.
Assembly
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Sequence of Automatic
Control System
IGNITION
Press ON button & hold for a
minimum of 3 seconds
System is reset
ON neon
activated
ON neon
deactivated
Start gas to pilot
start spark
Gas closed
Is
ON button
pressed for
3-4 sec?
NO
12.0
ADJUSTMENT
SHUT OFF
Press MAX button
Press OFF
button
Spark end
Gas established
at MAX rate
Ignition sequence
end
MAX neon
activated
YES
Start gas to pilot for 17 sec
Start spark for 17 sec
Has
OFF button been
pressed?
YES
NO
Has
MAX button been
pressed?
YES
NO
Is
thermocouple
heated
(valve open)?
YES
Gas established
at MIN rate
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NO
Flow Charts
At the end of
ignition sequence
12.0
Flow Charts
In the event of a gas or electrical failure
ELECTRICITY
OFF
GAS OFF
Gas closed
Safety lock out
ON neon
de-activated
Press OFF
button
System is reset
Press ON
button
START IGNITION
SEQUENCE
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13.0 Short parts list
Short Parts List
20
19
13
Key G.C.
No. No.
Description
Manufacturers
Part No.
4
E37 182
Switch Control Panel
246358
5
E37 183
Decal Controls
246359
13
E37 189
Lamp Capsule 12v 20w
246365
19
E60 865
Burner
247238
20
E04 808
Oxypilot
240096
23
E25 190
Motorised Valve Kit
244951
28
E37 200
Injector Kit
246370
30
E60 867
Transformer Box Assy
5107115
31
E37 203
Glass
246373
34
E04 825
Control Box
5107545
39
E65 281
Side Cheeks
248555
41
E60 875
Rear Coal
247607
42
E60 876
Front Coal
247608
44
E59 197
Coals Loose Pack of 9
247327
34
23
5
4
31
30
28
39
44
30
42
41
Baxi manufacture a comprehensive range of
products for the domestic heating market
Gas Central Heating Boilers
(Wall, Floor and Fireside models).
Independent Gas Fires.
Renewal Firefronts.
Gas Wall Heaters.
Solid Fuel Fires.
If you require information on any of these products,
please write to the Sales Department.
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BAXI POTTERTON
Brownedge Road Bamber Bridge Preston Lancashire PR5 6SN
After Sales Service 08706 096 096 Technical Enquiries 08706 049 049
www.baxi.co.uk
Comp No 247852 - Iss 5 - 1/03