Mira Play User guide

5
9.
kW
ELECTRIC SHOWER
Installation & User Guide
THESE INSTRUCTIONS ARE TO BE LEFT WITH THE USER
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Contents
Section
Page
Introduction..................................................................................... 3
Important Safety Information
Pack Contents Checklist
Specifications
............................................... 4
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Installer Instructions .................................................................. 8
Installation .....................................................................................12
Commissioning ........................................................................... 16
User Instructions........................................................................... 18
Fault Diagnosis ........................................................................... 23
Maintenance
........................................................................... 28
Dimensions .................................................................................... 30
Wiring Diagram .......................................................................... 31
Accessories - Mira DCV-H ....................................................... 32
Spare Parts ................................................................................... 32
Guarantee, Customer Care Policy, and How to contact us
................................................................. Back Cover
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Introduction
Thank you for purchasing a quality Mira product. To enjoy the full potential of your
new product, please take time to read this guide thoroughly. Having done so, keep it
handy for future reference.
The Mira Play is an electric shower with separate controls for power selection and
temperature/flow adjustment. A unique flow regulator stabilizes temperature changes
caused by water pressure fluctuations. These can result from taps being turned on or
off, or toilets being flushed. An individual light indicates “POWER ON”.
This shower comes complete with a set of Mira Response Adjustable Shower Fittings.
Mira Play models covered by this guide:
Mira Play 9.5 kW- A 9.5 kW 240 V AC (8.3 kW 230 V AC) heater. Available in white/
white panel, white/chrome panel and satin/chrome panel finishes.
Mira Shower Fittings covered by this guide:
Mira Response Adjustable Shower Fittings
An adjustable spray handset with three different spray actions (start, soothe and
force), supplied complete with flexible hose, clamp bracket assembly, slide bar,
supports, soap dish, and hose retaining ring. Available in white/chrome finish.
If you experience any difficulty with the installation or operation of your new shower
control, then please refer to the Fault Diagnosis section before contacting Kohler Mira
Ltd. Our telephone and fax numbers can be found on the back cover of this guide.
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Important Safety Information
1.Warning!
1.1. Products manufactured by us are safe and without risk provided they are installed,
used and maintained in good working order in accordance with our instructions
and recommendations.
1.2. THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED. MAKE SURE SUPPLEMENTARY
BONDING COMPLIES WITH THE “REQUIREMENTS FOR ELECTRICAL
INSTALLATIONS”.
The installation must be in accordance with the current edition of BS 7671 “The
IEE Wiring Regulations” in force at the time of installation. This appliance is
intended to be permanently connected to the fixed electrical wiring of the mains
system with its own dedicated supply.
1.3. DO NOT twist the individual cable cores of the live and neutral conductors, as
this will prevent them from entering the terminal block.
1.4. The shower unit must NOT be fitted where it may be exposed to freezing conditions.
Make sure that any pipework that could become frozen is properly insulated.
1.5. DO NOT fit any form of outlet flow control as the outlet acts as a vent for the tank
body. Only Mira recommended outlet fittings should be used.
1.6. If the cover is removed, the following warnings must be observed:
1.6.1.Turn off the electrical and water supplies before removing the cover.
1.6.2.Mains connections are exposed when cover is removed.
1.6.3.Refer to the wiring diagram before making any electrical connections (see
section “Wiring Diagram”).
1.6.4.Ensure all electrical connections are tight, to prevent them overheating.
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2. Caution!
2.1. Follow all warnings, cautions and instructions contained in this guide, and on or
inside the appliance.
2.2. The electrical installation must comply with the “Requirements for Electrical
Installations”, commonly referred to as BS 7671 the “IEE Wiring Regulations”. Or
any particular regulations and practices, specified by the local electricity supply
company in force at the time of the installation. The installation should be carried
out by an electrician or contractor who is “Part P” (Building Regulations) registered,
or is a member of an association such as:
2.2.1.National Inspection Council for Electrical Installation and Contracting
(NICEIC), throughout the UK.
2.2.2.The Electrical Contractors Association (ECA), England and Wales.
2.2.3.The Electrical Contractors Association of Scotland (ECAS).
2.3. The plumbing installation must comply with the requirements of UK Water
Regulations/Bye-laws (Scotland), Building Regulations or any particular regulations
and practices, specified by the local water company. The installation should be
carried out by a plumber or contractor who is registered, or is a member of, an
association such as:
2.3.1.Institute of Plumbing (IOP), throughout the UK.
2.3.2.National Association of Plumbing, Heating and Mechanical Services
Contractors (NAPH & MSC), England and Wales.
2.3.3.Scottish and Northern Ireland Plumbing Employers’ Federation (SNIPEF),
Scotland and Northern Ireland.
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Pack Contents Checklist
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Tick the appropriate boxes to familiarize yourself with the part names and to
confirm that the parts are included.
1. Mira Play 9.5 kW
1 x Mira Play 9.5 kW
3 x Fixing Screws
3 x Wall Plugs
2. Documentation
1 x Installation and User Guide
1 x Installation Template
1 x Guarantee Card
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3. Mira Response Adjustable Shower Fittings
2 x Slide Bar
End Caps
2 x Wall Plugs
1 x Handset
2 x Hose Seals
1 x Slide Bar
1 x Clamp Bracket
Assembly
1 x 1.25 m
Flexible Hose
1 x Soap Dish
1 x Hose Retaining Ring
2 x Slide Bar
End Supports
2 x Fixing Screws
Specifications
1. Plumbing
1.1. Minimum maintained inlet pressure:
9.5 kW = 70 kPa (0.7 bar)
1.2. Maximum static inlet pressure of 1000 kPa (10 bar).
1.3. Minimum static inlet pressure of 50 kPa (0.5 bar) to keep the inlet valve closed.
2. Electrical
2.1. The Mira Play 9.5 kW requires a 40 Amp fuse.
2.2. The terminal block will accept cable sizes up to 16 mm2.
3. Standards and Approvals
3.1. The Mira Play complies with all relevant directives for CE marking.
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Installer Instructions
Read the section “Important Safety Information” first.
Plumbing Checklist
1.
Minimum maintained inlet pressure = 70 kPa (0.7 bar).
Maximum static inlet pressure = 1000 kPa (10 bar).
2.
Water treatment device (if required).
3.
Free flowing isolating valve.
4.
Positioned over water catchment area.
5.
Fitted to finished wall surface.
6.
No sharp hose kinks.
7.
Fittings positioned with greater than 25 mm
gap or outlet double checkvalve fitted.
8.
Supply pipework flushed clear.
9.
Watertight inlet connection and fittings.
10.
Cover secured correctly.
Minimum
200 mm from
ceiling.
Convenient
height for all
the family.
Fixed to
finished wall
surface.
Hose Retaining Ring
Isolating Valve
25 mm Min
Avoid sharp kinks
Bath
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Shower Tray
Plumbing (checklist in detail)
1.
The appliance is designed to operate with a minimum maintained inlet pressure of
70 kPa (0.7 bar), up to a maximum static inlet pressure of 1000 kPa (10 bar).
2.
When installed in very hard water areas (above 200 ppm temporary hardness) your
installer may advise the installation of a water treatment device, to reduce the effects
of limescale formation. Your local water company will be able to advise the hardness
of water in your area.
3.
It is recommended that a non-restrictive (free flowing) isolating valve is fitted as part of
the cold water supply pipe to allow the complete maintenance of the appliance. Do not
use a valve with a loose washer plate (jumper) as this can lead to the build up of static
pressure.
4.
The appliance is only suitable for installation within the shower area. It is fitted with a
pressure relief device and must be positioned over a water catchment area with the
controls at a convenient height for all users.
5.
The appliance must be fitted onto a finished flat and even wall surface (this wall surface
should be tiled or suitably waterproofed). Do not fit the appliance to the wall and tile
up to the case. For safety requirements, an air gap must be left behind the appliance.
6.
Avoid layouts where the shower hose will be sharply kinked. This may reduce the life
of the hose.
7.
A Hose Retaining Ring is supplied to prevent the handset from dropping below the spillover level of the bath or shower tray, which could lead to contamination from backsiphoning. The supplied Hose Retaining Ring should meet the greater majority of user
requirements for shower installations with flexible outlet fittings. However, there will
be occasions where it will not provide a suitable solution. In these instances an outlet
double checkvalve, e.g. a Mira DCV-H, must be fitted. This will increase the required
supply pressure typically by 10 kPa (0.1 bar). See section “Accessories”.
8.
Supply pipework must be flushed to clear any debris before connecting to the appliance.
9.
To avoid damage to the case when soldered fittings are used, pre-solder the pipework
and fittings before connecting them to the inlet connector assembly. Refrain from
applying excessive force when making any connections. Always provide mechanical
support when making the plumbing connections.
10.
The appliance is fitted with a plastic inlet compression assembly for connecting to a
15mm supply pipe from the top, bottom or back. Double checkvalves, fitted in the inlet
supply to the appliance, cause a pressure build-up, which could exceed the maximum
static inlet pressure and damage the appliance.
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Read the section “Important Safety Information” first.
Electrical Checklist
1.
Electrical supply fuse and consumer unit are adequate
for the product.
2.
Shower unit is earthed.
3.
The minimum required supply cable size must conform
to BS 7671.
4.
Double pole isolating switch.
5.
DO NOT twist live or neutral cable cores.
6.
Electrical connections are tightly secured.
DO NOT strain the terminal block.
7.
Plumbing supply completed before electricity supply
is turned on.
Consumer Unit
Double pole Isolating
Switch
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Electrical (checklist in detail)
1.
In a domestic installation, the rating of the electricity supplier’s fuse and the consumer
unit must be adequate for the additional demand. All Mira Play electric showers are
high power units, therefore it is essential to contact your electricity supplier to ensure
that the supply is adequate for the product. Voltage drop due to local heavy demand
will reduce the shower’s performance.
2.
The appliance must be earthed by connecting the supply cable’s earth conductor to the
earth terminal.
Supplementary bonding: Within the bathroom or shower room, all accessible conductive
parts of electrical equipment and extraneous conductive parts (metal parts) that are
likely to introduce earth potential, must be electrically bonded to earth. If the cable is
not mechanically protected, the cable size must be a minimum of 4.0 mm2 (2.5 mm2 if
mechanically protected). Use a suitable earth bonding strap to connect the earth
terminal to 15mm copper pipe. The installation must comply with the “REQUIREMENTS
FOR ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS” in accordance with BS 7671.
3.
Supply cable - see opposite.
Important! The shower circuit should be separated from other circuits by at least twice
the diameter of the cable or conduit, and it should not be run through thermally insulating
material or in locations where the ambient temperature is likely to exceed 30 °C. If any
of these conditions are unavoidable, it is necessary to determine the cable size which
will prevent damage to the cable caused by overheating.
4.
As a guide only, and in accordance with BS 7671 we recommend close circuit protection:
i.e. 9.5 kW = 40 Amp.
It is strongly recommended that a 30 mA Residual Current Device (RCD) is included
in the electrical circuit. This may be part of the consumer unit or a separate unit. A
separate, permanently connected supply is taken from the consumer unit to the appliance
through a double pole isolating switch, which has at least 3 mm of contact separation.
The switch can be a ceiling mounted pullcord type within the shower room, or a wall
mounted switch in an adjacent room.
5.
DO NOT twist the individual cable cores of either the live or neutral conductors, as this
will prevent them from entering the terminal block.
6.
DO NOT exert strain on the terminal block. Ensure that the electrical connections are
tightly screwed down.
7.
DO NOT turn on the electrical supply until the plumbing has been completed.
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Installation
Mira Play
Read the section “Important Safety Information” first.
2. 200 mm
1.
Electrical supply is
turned off at the mains.
4.
200 mm minimum
gap from ceiling.
5.
Remove Cover and
determine supply
pipe position.
7.
3.
INSTALLATION
L
TEMPLATE
Remove three screws.
6.
For back inlet use
soldered elbow.
8.
CAUTION! Do not drill into
buried cables or pipes.
9.
N
Mira Sport
Attention Installer
Drill and plug* the
three holes using
template.
Fix appliance to wall.
* Alternative fixings for some wall structures are not supplied.
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Flush a minimum of
10 litres through
pipework.
10.
11.
Connect supply pipe.
Do not overtighten!
Feed cable into Case. Fit Earth
sleeve (not supplied) and strip
insulation.
Do not twist cable cores.
12.
13.
L = BROWN
= GREEN
N = BLUE
Firmly connect the
conductors. Do not exert
strain on the terminal block.
14.
Make sure wires are clear
of all mounting holes.
15.
Refit the Service Tunnel
and Cover. Make sure
they fit correctly.
Do not overtighten screws.
Do not use alternative screws to
secure the Cover. This can cause
internal damage to the appliance.
Do not seal around the back of
appliance.
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Mira Response Adjustable Shower Fittings
Read the section “Important Safety Information” first.
1.
Clamp Bracket
2.
Release
Button
Soap Dish/Hose
Retaining Ring
25 mm Minimum
Slide Bar
Spill-over level
Position as shown to prevent
back siphoning.
3.
Depress release button
FULLY and assemble Clamp
Bracket. Release the button
when in desired position.
4.
Slide the Soap Dish and the
Hose Retaining Ring onto the
Slide Bar below the Clamp
Bracket.
Fit both the top and bottom
Supports. Make sure the slots
are aligned to fit fully home.
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6.
5.
Mark the positions of the slots on
both top and bottom Supports.
7.
CAUTION! Do not drill into buried
cables or pipes.
8.
First fix bottom Slide Bar Support
and fully tighten the screw*. Then
fix the top Slide Bar Support whilst
pressing it down, to keep the whole
assembly together.
9.
Fit the End Caps to the Slide Bar
Supports.
Fit the Hose to both the Handset and the
Shower Outlet, remembering to pass it
through the Hose Retaining Ring. Do not
overtighten the Hose connections.
* Alternative fixings for some wall structures are not supplied.
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Commissioning
If you are unsure how an electric shower works, please read through the section
“User Instructions” before continuing.
1.
2.
Electrical supply is
turned off at the mains.
4.
3.
Set control to LOW.
5.
Check for water leaks.
7.
Turn water supply fully
on.
6.
Turn control to full cold.
8.
Switch on electrical
supply.
9.
LD
CO
0-5 secs
PUSH
Push START button.
10.
Turn control slowly.
Temperature remains
cool and flow is reduced.
Water will be flowing at
a cool temperature.
11.
12.
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5-10 secs
Turn control to full cold.
Set control to MEDIUM.
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The temperature will
rise slightly.
13.
14.
+
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Set control to HIGH.
15.
The temperature will rise further.
16.
PUSH
Adjust temperatures as required.
Flow rate will adjust automatically.
17.
Press STOP and isolate power.
18.
The shower will purge water
from its tank for a few seconds.
Residual water may drain
over a few minutes.
Note! A slight “hissing” sound may be heard from the appliance during
operation. High mains water pressure and high shower temperature will
affect the tone. This is quite normal in use.
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User Instructions
1. Warning!
1.1. DO NOT operate this appliance if it appears to be frozen. Allow the appliance
to thaw and then contact your installer before using again.
1.2. DO NOT operate this appliance if water leaks from the pressure relief valve;
maintenance will be required before the appliance can be safely used.
1.3. There are no user serviceable components beneath the cover of this appliance.
Only a competent tradesperson should remove the Cover.
1.4. If any of the following conditions occur, isolate the electricity and water supplies.
Contact your installer or refer to “To contact us”, on the back page of this guide.
1.4.1.If water is leaking from inside the product.
1.4.2.If the case is damaged.
1.4.3.If the appliance begins to make an odd noise, smell or smoke.
1.4.4.If the appliance shows signs of a distinct change in performance, indicating
a need for maintenance.
1.4.5.If the cover is not correctly fitted.
2. Caution!
2.1. Read all of these instructions and retain this guide for later use.
2.2. Pass on this guide in the event of change of ownership of the installation site.
2.3. Anyone who may have difficulty understanding or operating the controls of any
shower should be attended whilst showering. Particular consideration should be
given to the young, the elderly, the infirm, or anyone inexperienced in the correct
operation of the controls.
2.4. When this appliance has reached the end of its serviceable life, it should be
disposed of in a safe manner, in accordance with current local authority recycling
or waste disposal policy.
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How Your Electric Shower Works
Hot water is produced by passing
cold water through a heating tank.
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LD
CO
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The shower has three heater settings.
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_
+
_
The warmer the shower, the lower
the flow rate and vice versa.
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The Effect of Seasonal Changes
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* **
_
For a cold shower select Low.
For a summer warm shower select Medium.
For a winter warm shower select High.
During extremes of mains water supply temperature, adjust
heater setting to obtain a better showering temperature.
The Effect of Other Water Devices
Example of how shower temperature
stabilizes due to sudden pressure changes.
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Selected
Showering
Temperature
_
Showering temperature
will stabilize to within 6oC
band if other outlets are
opened whilst showering,
providing the minimum
pressure does not fall
below 70 kPa (0.7 bar).
Water inlet pressure fluctuations due to other draw offs (e.g. flushing toilet) will
cause the showering temperature to increase.
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Using Your Shower
Read the section “Important Safety Information” first.
1.
2.
PUSH
Switch on electrical supply.
3.
Press START button.
4.
+
_
Set to desired position.
Check water temperature before
entering shower.
5.
+
_
Allow 10-15 seconds for any temperature adjustments to reach
the handset.
6.
7.
PUSH
A small amount of water
may continue to drain over
a few minutes.
Press STOP button.
Shower will continue to run
for a few seconds before
stopping.
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Changing the Spray Setting
The handset has three different spray settings (Start, Soothe and Force).
1.
2.
Start
Turn the Spray Plate
anticlockwise until it “clicks”.
Water will flow from the outer
set of holes.
Soothe
Turn the Spray Plate
anticlockwise until it “clicks”.
Water will flow from the large
diameter holes.
3.
Force
Turn the Spray Plate
anticlockwise until it “clicks”.
Water will flow from the inner
set of holes.
Adjusting the Clamp Bracket
1.
2.
Depress the release button and
slide the Clamp Bracket
assembly to the required position.
Move the Handset to the
required angle.
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Fault Diagnosis
The trouble shooting information table below gives details on probable causes and
remedies should difficulties be encountered whilst the shower is in operation.
Warning! There are no user serviceable components beneath the cover of the appliance.
ONLY A COMPETENT TRADESPERSON SHOULD REMOVE THE FRONT COVER!
Symptom Power
Light
Heater
Setting
Low/
Medium/
High
Probable Cause
Possible Remedy
Shower is
too hot
during the
summer.
ON
High
The incoming water
is warmer in the
summer, so the
shower heater
setting is too high.
Turn the Heater
Control to Medium
and adjust the
Temperature
Control until the
desired temperature
is achieved.
Shower is
too hot.
ON
Medium/
High
Handset blocked.
Remove and clean.
Turning the ON
temperature
control does
not affect
the water
temperature.
Medium/
High
Handset blocked.
Remove and clean. If
fault persists, contact
the shower installer.
The water
continues to
flow when
the double
pole switch
is turned off.
OFF
Any
The diaphragm is
damaged.
Contact shower installer
to replace the flow valve
assembly.
No water or
very low
flow rate.
OFF
Any
The power is off at
the double pole
switch.
Switch on the power at
the double pole switch.
(Continued...)
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Symptom Power
Light
Heater
Setting
Low/
Medium/
High
Probable Cause
Possible Remedy
ON
Any
The incoming water
supply stop valves,
or the appliance
isolating valve, is
closed.
Open the stop/isolating
valve fully.
ON
Any
Handset blocked.
Remove and clean.
For sprayplate
cleaning, refer to the
Handset manual.
OFF
Any
The fuse is blown or
the MCB/RCD has
been tripped,
indicating a
possible electrical
fault.
Renew the fuse or
reset the MCB/RCD. If
the fault persists,
contact the shower
installer.
ON
Medium/
High
Other water outlets
are being used
during showering,
causing the water
pressure to drop
below the minimum
requirement.
Ensure the other water
outlets, such as a
washing machine or
dishwasher, are not in
use during showering.
ON
Medium/
High
The water pressure
is below the
minimum required.
Make sure that the
incoming water supply
isolating valve(s) are
completely open. If the
fault persists, contact
the shower installer.
Shower
ON
temperature
cycles
between hot
and cold.
Medium/
High
The temperature is
set too high. This
is causing the
Thermal Switch to
turn off the Heating
Element to reduce
the water
temperature.
Turn the Temperature
Control anticlockwise
to reduce the water
temperature.
No hot
water from
shower,
with the
controls in
any
position.
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(Continued...)
Symptom Power
Light
ON
Heater
Setting
Low/
Medium/
High
Probable Cause
Possible Remedy
Medium/
High
The temperature is
set too high. This
is causing the
Thermal Switch to
turn off the Heating
Element to reduce
the water
temperature.
Turn the Temperature
Control anticlockwise
to reduce the water
temperature.
DO NOT TAMPER with
the Thermal Switch.
ALL OF THE FOLLOWING REMEDIES MUST ONLY BE PERFORMED
BY A COMPETENT TRADESPERSON!
No hot
water from
the shower,
with
controls in
any
position.
Turning the
Temperature
Control
does not
affect the
water
temperature.
ON
Medium/
High
Insufficient mains
water pressure.
Contact local water
company.
ON
Medium/
High
Failure of the
pressure switch,
microswitch or
thermal switch.
Check the continuity of
the switches, using a
suitable continuity
measuring device.
Replace the switches
as necessary.
ON
Medium/
High
Internal wiring
connection failed.
Check the integrity of
the internal wiring.
ON
Medium/
High
One of the Heater
Tank elements has
failed.
Replace the Heater
Tank.
ON
Medium/
High
Switch assembly
diaphragm fault.
Water dripping from
the unit.
Replace switch
assembly.
ON
Medium/
High
The Flow Regulator
is faulty.
Replace the Flow
Regulator.
ON
Medium/
High
The Handset is
blocked.
Remove and clean. If
fault persists, contact
Customer Services.
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Symptom Power
Light
No water, or
very low
flow rate.
Water leaks
from the
bottom of
the case
near the
outlet.
There is no
flow from
the outlet.
Heater
Setting
Low/
Medium/
High
Probable Cause
Possible Remedy
ON
Any
Handset blocked.
Remove and clean.
ON
Any
The incoming water
supply stop valves,
or the appliance
isolating valve, is
closed.
Open the stop/isolating
valve fully.
ON
Any
Insufficient mains
water pressure.
Check the integrity of
the internal wiring.
ON
Any
The Heater Tank is Replace the Heater
excessively scaled. Tank.
ON
Any
The Pilot Valve is
faulty.
Replace.
ON
Any
Inlet Filter blocked.
Clean or renew. See
“Maintenance” section.
OFF
Any
The power is off at
the double pole
switch.
Switch on the power at
the double pole switch.
OFF
Any
The fuse is blown or
the MCB/RCD has
been tripped,
indicating a
possible electrical
fault. For example,
Heater Tank
element failure.
Renew the fuse or
reset the MCB/RCD.
Replace the Heater
Tank.
ON
Any
The Pressure Relief Resolve the blocked
Valve in the Heater outlet.
Tank has been
triggered (this works
to reduce the
damage to the
appliance if the
outlet is blocked or
the unit is frozen.
(Continued...)
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Symptom Power
Light
The water
cannot be
turned off.
Heater
Setting
Low/
Medium/
High
Probable Cause
Possible Remedy
When the Relief
Valve operates, a
small rubber ball is
ejected.
Reset the Relief Valve
assembly. See
“Maintenance” section.
OFF
Any
The Pilot Valve is
faulty.
Replace.
OFF
Any
The diaphragm is
damaged.
Replace the Flow Valve
assembly.
OFF
Any
The supply
pressure is below
the minimum
requirement.
Contact local water
company.
Check the static water
pressure. Note that the
static pressure may fall
below minimum
requirement when other
appliances are drawing
water. For example, a
washing machine or
garden hose.
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Maintenance
Handset - Cleaning
Clean with mild washing up
detergent or soap solution.
Wipe dry with soft cloth.
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EA
CL
Poor shower performance can be
avoided by cleaning the spray
head. Use thumb or soft cloth to
wipe rubber nozzles. The handset
must also be descaled regularly.
Inlet Filter - Cleaning/Renewing
Read the section “Important Safety Information” first.
1.
2.
Electrical supply is
turned off at the mains.
4.
3.
Turn water supply fully off.
Remove three screws,
Cover and Service
Tunnel.
5.
Hold a wrench across the flats of the plastic connector. Unscrew the Filter
using another wrench as shown. Clean or renew the Filter as necessary.
Refit in reverse order, making sure the Filter is screwed fully home.
Do not overtighten. Make sure plumbing connections are sealed before
restoring electricity supply.
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Relief Valve Assembly - Resetting
Read the section “Important Safety Information” first.
1.
2.
Electrical supply is
turned off at the mains.
3.
Turn water supply fully off.
Remove three screws,
Cover and Service
Tunnel. Small rubber
ball should be loose in
the Case.
4.
Screws
Switch Assembly
Heater
Tank
Flow Regulator
Assembly
Ball
Remove the five screws and lift out the Switch, Heater Tank and Flow Regulator
assemblies.
5.
Ball
Using your finger, push the ball back into the hole in the Heater Tank assembly. DO NOT
remove the ‘O’ seal.
6.
Refit the components in reverse order and replace the Cover. If the Cover does not
fit easily, rotate the controls slightly so that they fit onto the Sindles beneath. DO NOT
force the Cover to fit.
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Dimensions
225 mm
98 mm
335 mm
332 mm
52 mm
600 mm
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START/
STOP
Internal Wiring Diagram
Wiring Diagram
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Accessories
DCV-H: An outlet double checkvalve, designed to prevent the backflow or backsiphoning
of potentially contaminated water, through shower controls which are fitted with a flexible
hose as part of the outlet shower fitting. Available as an optional accessory from all Mira
Showers stockists.
Spare Parts
Mira Play Spare Parts List (see diagram on next page)
406.27
439.75
439.76
439.88
439.89
439.90
439.93
439.99
1539.339
1539.340
1539.341
1539.342
1539.343
1539.344
1539.349
1539.350
1539.352
1539.355
Inlet filter (with ‘O’ Seal fitted)
Inlet Connector Assembly
Clamp Bracket - components identified “A”
Seal Pack - components identified “B”
Screw Pack - components identified “C”
Thermal Switch
Heater Tank 9.5 kW
Outlet Connector and Ball
Switch Assembly
Neon Assembly (not shown)
Cover Assembly - White/White Panel
Cover Assembly - Satin/Chrome Panel
Service Tunnel - White
Service Tunnel - Satin
Terminal Block Assembly
Flow Regulator Assembly
Start/Stop Switch Assembly
Cover Assembly - White/Chrome Panel
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Mira Play Spare Parts Diagram
C
1539.339
1539.349
439.90
439.93
A
C
B
C
C
B
1539.343
1539.344
1539.352
1539.350
406.27
439.75
B
C
B
C
A
439.99
C
1539.341
1539.342
1539.355
Important Note!
4 mm MINIMUM
Push-fit connectors must be assembled back to back
onto terminals of micro-switches.
A minimum air gap of 4 mm must be maintained
between the connectors after assembly.
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Mira Response Adjustable Shower Fittings Spares List
150.58
411.05
411.23
411.30
411.37
411.53
411.58
411.91
411.92
411.94
411.96
632.73
Hose - chrome
Adjuster Ring
Clamp Bracket Assembly
Slide Bar Support Assembly
Service Pack 'O' Seals - components identified 'A'
Slide Bar - stainless steel
Hose Retaining Ring
Soap Dish Pack
Adjustable Handset
Screw Pack
Spray Plate Assembly - Low capacity
Hose Washer
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Mira Response Adjustable Shower Fittings Spare Parts Diagram
411.92
411.30
411.96
A
411.94
411.53
632.73
411 94
411.05
411.23
411.91
632.73
150.58
411.58
411.94
411.94
411.30
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