Cannon Canterbury Operating instructions

USER INSTRUCTIONS
Cannon
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
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CANTERBURY
FREESTANDING MODELS
Date installed: ........................................................................................................
Compliance Certificate No .....................................................................................
For service to this appliance or spare
parts contact the CANNON distributor:
Sampford IXL
Phone: 1300 727 421
Fax: 1300 727 425
email: aftersalesservice@sampfordixl.com.au
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Cannon
Part No: F2902
Revision F - 2010
Gmk10025
AS4553:2008
This heater is approved for use with
Natural and Propane gases.
Please leave instructions with the owner
Contents
Notes
Contents
2
Warranty
3
Distributor
Safety warnings
4-5
What to do if you smell gas
Warnings
Standards
User instructions
6-7
Operating instructions
Flame characteristics
Cleaning
Heater specifications
Installation instructions
8-9
10-15
Clearances
Installation
Gas connection
Log installation
Gas control
Flue installation
Installation tips
Gas control
16-17
Gas pressure point
Gas control adjustment
Service instructions
18-19
General
To replace primary glass
To replace outer glass
To replace the gas control
To replace the electronic controller
To replace ignition module
To replace the fan
To replace fan pressure switch
To replace heat exchanger
To replace the burner and electrodes
2
Trouble shooting
20-21
Notes
22-23
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Notes
Warranty
The benefit conferred by this warranty are in addition to all other rights and remedies in
respect of the product that consumers have under the Trade Practices Act and similar laws
of the States and Territories.
We warrant this Cannon appliance to be free of defects in materials, workmanship and
manufacturing to the original purchaser for 2 years, (10 years on the heat exchanger) from
the date of original purchase. We will, at our option and subject to the terms of this
warranty, repair or replace free of charge this Cannon appliance or any component part,
which upon examination by us or our repair agent is found to be defective in materials,
workmanship or manufacturing. However, this warranty does not cover any consumables (if
any). The purchaser must present the original purchase receipt to us when making any
claim under this warranty.
This warranty will not apply if: (i) a compliance label or serial number (as the case may be)
has been removed from the appliance or rendered illegible; (ii) the appliance has been
subject to misuse, abuse, accident, incorrect installation or non-domestic use; (iii) the
appliance has been modified, tampered with or repaired by a person other than our
authorised repair agent; (iv) the appliance is re-installed/relocated during the warranty period.
The purchaser is responsible for all travelling expenses if the purchaser requests any repair
be carried out at a place outside areas normally serviced by our repair agents.
Should you require service on this appliance, please contact our service department on
1300 727 421.
Enter the details of the date installed and the Compliance Certificate number in the
appropriate area on the rear page of this manual.
Don’t risk your appliance warranty
Only a licensed person will give you a Compliance Certificate, showing that the
work complies with all the relevant standards.
And only a licensed person will have insurance protecting their workmanship for 6
years.
So make sure you use a licensed person to install this appliance and ask for your
Compliance Certificate to ensure that the manufacturers appliance warranty will
be honoured.
DO NOT OPERATE THIS APPLIANCE BEFORE READING THE
INSTRUCTION BOOKLET.
DO NOT PLACE ARTICLES ON OR AGAINST THIS APPLIANCE
DO NOT STORE CHEMICALS OR FLAMMABLE MATERIALS,
OR SPRAY AEROSOLS NEAR THIS APPLIANCE.
DO NOT OPERATE WITH PANELS, COVERS OR GUARDS
REMOVED FROM THIS APPLIANCE
F3328 a
Distributor
This appliance is designed, manufactured and distributed by:
Tel: 1300 727 421
Fax: 1300 727 425
email: aftersalesservice@sampfordixl.com.au
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Safety warnings
Please read this manual before installing and using the heater.
TROUBLESHOOTING
5
Confirm spark is produced
when heater is turned on.
6
If no spark being produced.
What to do if you smell gas
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Turn OFF the main gas supply.
Extinguish any open flame.
Open up windows and doors to remove any gas.
Do not touch any electrical switches.
Do not use your telephone.
Call your gas supplier immediately from a neighbour’s phone.
Warnings
1. Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or maintenance
can cause injury or property damage. Refer to other sections of this
manual for correct procedures, or consult with place of purchase, a
licensed plumber, a gas supplier or the CANNON distributor listed
in this manual.
•
•
•
8
Spark is being produced
but not at the burner.
9
Sparks, ignites on low
flame then extinguishes
after 10 seconds.
Continues to spark
while flame present.
Furniture and drapes,
Combustible materials,
Gasoline and other flammable liquids,
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No gas to burner
4. Keep curtains*, clothing, furniture and other flammable materials at
least 900mm from front, rear and sides of the heater.
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Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with
the appliance.
6. Never attempt to burn paper or any other material in the heater.
4
?
Check that the wall socket to the appliance has correct
polarity. Do not use an extension cord.
?
Check polarity in the electrical supply lead to appliance.
?
Check that the sense electrode is in flame.
?
Check that the appliance is earthed correctly. A check
between the earth pin on the plug and an unpainted part of
the appliance should see a resistance of 0.1 ohms.
?
The gas valve should open at the same time as the igniter
Appliance lights but
goes into lockout
?
Test the flame for correct ionisation signal.
Fuse blowing.
?
If the fuse continues to blow check the solenoid coils for a
5. Children and adults should be alerted to the hazard of high surface
temperature and should take care to avoid burns or clothing ignition.
This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensoryor mental capabilities, or lack
of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person
responsible for their safety.
Listen for cracking sound. The spark is
misdirected.
Check the spark ceramic insulator for signs of
cracks.
sparks. If there is no gas to the burner when this occurs
check the solenoid coils for continuity.
?
Check that the gas pressure is present at the test point
when the spark is being generated.
?
Check that there is gas to the inlet of the gas control.
Do not place clothing or other flammable material on or near the
heater.
* At the owner’s discretion curtain clearance can be less than 900mm
as long as they are restrained from the front, top and sides of the
heater. The manufacturer takes no responsibility if curtain clearance is
less than 900mm and not restrained.
Check that the spark lead is connected into the
module.
Check the continuity of the ht cable.
Check that there is no short circuit to earth and
spark gap is correct. (4-6mm gap)
A positive check is to use a jumper wire, connect
one end of the earth and hold the other end
with insulated pliers 4 mm from the spark
generator on the module. If there is no spark to
Earth then change the module.
FIG 1.
2. Do not build this heater into bookcases or walls. Install only in locations as referred to in these installation instructions.
3. Due to high temperatures the room heater should be located out of
traffic and away from:
A blue spark can be seen when the heater ignition process
starts. Ensure spark is present between electrode and burner.
12
Connect a multimeter in series with the flame rod and set
the function to measure micro-amps.
The module will go into lockout if the flame current
sensitivity is less than 0.5 micro-amps.
The approximate signal strength on high flame is about 10
micro-amps and on low 4 micro-amps.
The signal strength will fluctuate but should be greater
than 1.5 micro-amps at all times.
Take precautions because the ionisation probe can
have a high negative voltage and can cause a shock.
signs of them being shorted.
?
Check the fan and wiring for short circuit.
13
Heater will not start, no
indicator lamps.
?
Check that the electricity supply is correct. If Neutral /
Active are incorrectly connected the control module will
not function.
7. Do not place articles on or against this appliance.
Do not use or store flammable materials near this appliance.
Do not spray aerosols in the vicinity of this appliance while it is in
operation.
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TROUBLESHOOTING-(DO NOT MODIFY THIS APPLIANCE)
To check the operation of the electronic (module) controller (Techrite)
you will require a digital multimeter with the functions to measure AC / DC voltage, Continuity,
resistance and micro-amps.
It is critical that the appliance is earthed and that the active and neutral are not reversed.
Trouble shooting Guide for Ignition Controller ( Techrite)
There is a green and red LED on the ignition controller. These act as diagnostic aids
when ignition does not occur.
Green LED:
this is on when the board is energised
Red LED:
this flashes according to the fault code.
Fault Codes
Long
Short
0
1
2
2
0
1
Meaning
Normal startup
normal operation
Maximum ignition attempts
2
2
Flame failure lockout
1
2
Pressure switch off
1
3
3
1
Check spark electrode ,
spark connection, gas supply
Check
Flame sense electrode,
lead, connection polarity, earthing on
burner
Check room air and combustion fans
run, pressure switches and silicon
tubes from kinks
Check contact on Pressure Switch for
fault, audible sound should be heard
when contact made.
Pressure switch on
Pressure switch failed
Item no check
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Action
Check combustion fan for
obstructions, check room air fan for
lint build up.
Action
1
No ignition when appliance is
turned on
Check 240 volts power to heater in incoming plug
Connector
2
Power present but appliance not
operating
If there is power to the electronic module, the ignition module
may be in lockout.
To reset the module turn off the power supply for 15 seconds
and then turn the power on again.
Check the diagnostic LED to determine fault code.
3
After resetting the module and
the appliance is still not
operating.
Check the external 1.5 amp fast blow fuse in loom.
4
If the fuse is o.k. and there is
power to electronic module
Check other connections are in place. If the last checks are
correct the ignition electrode should spark at the same time as
the gas control solenoid valves open. At this point the spark
electrode will activate for up to 10 seconds maximum until the
flame has been established.
Safety warnings (continued)
8.
If removed, the glass window must be put back onto the unit prior to
operating the heater.
9. Installation and repairs should be performed by a licensed service
person only, refer to the rear page of this booklet for details.
10. The appliance should be inspected prior to use, with regular inspections
(at least annually) to be made by a licensed service person. It is important
that the circulating air passageways of the appliance be kept clean, dirt
and lint free, for a safe and efficient operation of the heater.
11. On the first lighting up of your heater a smell may occur due to its new
condition. This is quite normal and will disappear after a few hours use at
the maximum control position. If necessary, open up some windows or
doors to remove any odours.
12.Testing the effectiveness of the flue.
Before testing the flue confirm that any air vents are unobstructed. If an
exhaust fan, rangehood or other heating appliances are present switch them on.
This will test that there is no interaction between the CANNON heater and
any other appliances when they are operating at the same time.
Refer AS5601 Gas Installations Standards.
For ‘air movement not to affect appliance’ see clause 5.3.1.
For ‘air supply to appliance’ see clause 5.4.1.
For ‘ventilation requirements’ see clause 5.4.3.
Important:
When this heater is operating the glass front is hot.
The glass front, fitted to the heater conforms to Australian Standards
requirements.
For protection of young children or the infirm, a secondary guard is
required.
This heater is not intended for use in a marine environment.
Standards
This appliance meets the following standards:
Standards Australia:
AS/NZS 3100
AS 5601
AS 4553:2008
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Service instructions
User instructions
(Do not modify this appliance)
To replace the room circulation fan
Operating instructions
1. Plug the power cord into the wall socket and turn on the power to the
heater, see Fig 1. (The use of an extension cord is not recommended.)
Fig 1.
2. For control lay-out refer to Fig 2.
ON/OFF button
When there is power to the heater but it is Off
(or in standby mode) a red LED will flash
intermittently behind this button.
ON / OFF
To turn heater on press the ON / OFF button.
There will be a 5 seconds delay before the
burner ignites. At this setting the burner is on
low flame / low fan for 3 minutes. During the
ignition process the red LED will glow.
LOW
The red LED will fade out after 30 seconds
when the ignition process is complete.
Pressing the heat setting buttons will set the
heater to HIGH , MEDIUM or LOW heat.
MEDIUM
HIGH
Fig 2.
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1. Remove the lower pedestal front by unscrewing four off screws
2 either side.
2. Remove the connecting wiring (2) from the pressure switch.
3. Remove the silicon tubes from the pressure switch.
4. The pressure switch is secured onto the rear of the fan chamber
housing by four M5 screws. Remove screws.
5. Replace in reverse order.
Please refer to manufacturer. Contact details page 3 of this manual.
If the burner fails to ignite, wait 20 seconds
and then press the ON / OFF button.
In the case of power failure, when the power
returns, wait 20 seconds for any unburnt gas
to vent and start the ignition by pressing the
ON / OFF button.
To replace the fan pressure switch
To remove the heat exchanger
The fan is set automatically to a corresponding
speed for each setting.
To turn the heater off press the ON / OFF
button.
1. Remove the lower pedestal front by unscrewing four off screws 2 either
side.
2. Disconnect the fan plug from the plug carrier. Remove the two M5
wing nuts which locate the fan to the fan chamber underside. Lower
fan from male thread.
3. Disconnect the silicon tubes from the fan pressure switch, rotate the
fan scroll 90?
and remove the silicon tubes from the venturi located
in the fan scroll. Remove fan from fan chamber.
4. Replacement fan. Remove the blanking piece from the fan scroll.
Remove the venturi and bracket from the fan removed from the
heater. Insert and secure the venturi and bracket on replacement
fan.
5. Insert fan into fan chamber ensuring that the venturi is not disturbed.
Replace silicon tubes onto the venturi and locate fan onto male thread.
Secure with M5 wing nuts, ensuring rubber buffer locates over
thread.
6. Replace silicon tubes onto fan pressure switch and reconnect fan
plug into plug carrier.
7. Test operation of room circulation fan and fan pressure switch - turn
heater on low burner/fan. The room fan should operate instantaneously and a possible 5 - 10 second delay for the fan pressure
switch to energise dependant on room temperature. The burner
should also operate on high setting.(after the 3 min delay on initial start)
To replace the burner and spark/sense electrodes
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Refer pages 11 and 12 of the installation instructions.
Remove the logs from the burner chamber.
Remove the burner chamber front, 4 screws.
Disconnect the 16mm nut at the outlet of the gas control.
Disconnect the spark and sense electrodes from the ignition (module) device.
6. Remove the burner fixing brackets (2) from the RH and LH side of
the burner. Lift the burner assembly upward and carefully remove
from the burner chamber.
7. Replace in reverse order checking location of spark/sense electrodes, refer page 23, fig 28. Spark gap between electrode and
surface of burner is 4 - 6mm. Check for gas tightness. For log
placement refer page 12 of this manual.
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Service instructions
User instructions
(Do not modify this appliance)
General
Flame characteristics
1. Service work to be carried out by an authorised service person only.
2. Unplug from wall socket or turn off power at main switchboard if heater
is hard wired.
3. Always shut off the gas supply and ensure that the heater is cool before
commencing any service operations.
4. Always check for gas soundness after servicing.
The heater flame should be stable, no lifting off from the burner base and the
logs should glow after approximately 15 minutes operation on HIGH setting.
To replace the primary glass
1. Refer page 10, steps 8 to 9, of the installation instructions.
2 Refit glass and replace in reverse order ensuring the inside surface of
the glass is clean and free from finger marks.
To replace the outer glass
1. Remove the front glass surround by holding it firmly on either side and
pulling it towards yourself.
2. Loosen bottom glass frame and remove top glass frame.
3. Replace glass and refit in reverse order.
Note: ensure the inside surface of the glass is clean and free from finger
marks.
The heater is a flame effect unit and is designed to operate with some yellowing
(luminous) flames and may exhibit slight carbon depositing on the logs. If any
excess carbon builds up on the logs, or the burner flame is unstable, contact
SampfordIXL. (See the rear page of this booklet for details.)
Cleaning
All cleaning should be carried out when the heater is cold. Normally the
heater should only need wiping with a lint - free damp cloth. Any stubborn
stains can be removed with a non-abrasive spray on cleaner. If an abrasive
cleaner is used the paint finish will be damaged.
For heaters fitted with the glass front:
To replace the gas control
2. Unplug the cables from the gas control and disconnect the earth connection.
3. Disconnect the gas inlet (1/2” compression nut) connection at entry
gas control and the 16mm nut at the outlet of the gas control.
4. Remove the three M3 screws from the cradle retaining the gas control.
5. Remove gas control.
6. Replace gas control in reverse order and check for gas tightness
Note: check the gas pressure on high and low burner settings. Refer ‘gas control’,
pages 16 and 17
To replace the electronic controller
1. Unplug both fan and main loom from wiring harness.
2. Remove bracket securing electronic controller in position.
3. Replace electronic controller and refit in reverse order.
Ignition module
Electronic controller
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Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp metal scrapers to clean the
heater glass front since they can scratch the surface, which may result in
shattering of the glass.
Internally the heater should only be cleaned by an authorised service
person.
If your heater requires attention contact SampfordIXL for your local service
person.
To replace the ignition (module) device
1. Unplug wire connectors from ignition module.
2. Remove module mounting bracket by removing
mounting screw.
3. Remove 4 screws holding module to mounting
bracket.
4. Replace ignition device in reverse order.
All cleaning should be carried out when the heater is cool.
Clean the outer glass with a liquid glass cleaner.
Important:
The appliance should be inspected before use and at least annually by an
authorised service person. More frequent cleaning may be required due to
excessive lint build-up from carpeting, bedding materials, pet hair, etc.
2
It is imperative that control compartments, burners and circulating air passage ways of the appliance be kept clean.
Do not use this fire if the glass is cracked or with the glass safety screen
removed.
Do not use fire with broken or missing logs.
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Gas control
Heater specifications
Note:
The data plate is
located on the rear
of the removable
pedestal front.
Gas type:
Gas consumption:
Energy output:
Energy star rating:
Heater type:
Operating pressure:
(at the burner)
Gas regulator:
Min. inlet pressure:
Natural or Propane gas, as indicated
on data plate.
26 MJ/hr input.
21.45 MJ/hr (5.96 kW).
4 stars.
Approved to AS4553:2008.
Natural gas: 0.75 kPa.
Propane gas: 2.65 kPa.
Integral part of controller.
1.13 kPa (Nat Gas).
2.75 kPa (Propane).
3 speed.
Electronic direct spark.
Fan:
Controller:
Power requirement:
240 VAC 10 Amp.
Power consumption:
90 VA maximum.
Optional Accessories: • Clip on Mesh Safety Guard.
• Gold trim.
• Cathedral ceiling flue box
• Remote Control Thermostat
Flue kit:
3 x 870mm lengths of 125mm ø painted
upper flue.
1 x 870mm length of 125mm ø plain flue.
1 x ceiling ring.
1 x flue spigot adaptor.
1 x 125mm ø flue cowl.
4. Switch the heater to Hi Flame to as indicated in Fig 4(a) and using a
ring spanner and screwdriver, as per Fig 4(b), hold screwdriver in
position and adjust Hi Flame using spanner adjust the pressure to:
0.75 kPa for Natural gas or 2.65 kPa for LPG.
(Turn clock-wise to increase pressure and anticlockwise to decrease pressure).
Fig 4a.
Fig 4b.
5. Switch the stop button back to “Low Flame’ position as indicated in
Fig 5(a), retain spanner in position and using a screwdriver as
per Fig 5(b) adjust the central screw control to a pressure of:
0.4 kPa for Natural Gas and 1.1 kPa for LPG.
(Turn clock-wise to increase pressure and anticlockwise to decrease pressure).
Fig 5a.
6.
Fig 5b.
Switch burners off and remove the manometer tube. Tighten pressure
test point by turning the captive screw fully clockwise.
Replace plastic cap. Ensure the little lug is positioned towards lower
right hand side to clear the control.
7. Follow User Instructions to turn on heater and test for correct operation
before leaving.
8. The heater flames should be stable, not lifting from burner and the logs
should glow after approximately 15 minutes operation on HIGH setting.
The heater has been designed to burn with luminous flames, which
mimic natural log combustion, and may exhibit slight carbon deposition. If heavy carbon deposits occurs or flames impinge on the roof of
the combustion chamber, turn the appliance off and contact SampfordIXL.
9. If after following these instructions and the trouble shooting chart
on pages 20-22, the heater does not perform correctly contact
SampfordIXL Technical Support.
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Gas control
Heater specifications
1. Gas control layout is as indicated in Fig 1.
Pressures for ‘Burner full on’ and ‘Burner low flame’ are
HIGH BRN / HIGH FAN
RED
BLACK
MODULATING
VALVE F3691
BLACK
COMMON
NO
PRESSURE SWITCH
P/No. F3327
RED
MOD1
WHITE
8 WAY CONNECTOR
RED
IGNITION
MODULE
F3434
BLUE
BLACK
WHITE
E N A
MOD2
RED
TH2
FUNCTION
CONTROL
MODULE
P/No. F3604
H
ORANGE
GREY
M
PURPLE
240 V MAINS PLUG
PURPLE
6 WAY CONNECTOR
BLUE
BLUE
GREY
ORANGE
EARTH
COMMON
L
BROWN
BROWN
FUSE 1.5 AMP
BRN
BLK
W
YELLOW/GREEN
6 WAY CONNECTOR
FLAME SENSOR
SHEATHED
CABLE
MED BRN / MED FAN
COILS
4 WAY
Fig 1.
SWITCH
ON/OFF
LW BRN / LW FAN
SPARK
ELECTRODE
YELLOW/GREEN
2.To check control outlet pressure at burner ‘Full on” and ‘Low Flame”
positions remove the plastic cap from the regulator adjustment location
as indicated in Fig 2.
EARTH
YELLOW/GREEN
Important:
factory set, however if pressures need to be checked or
To achieve the correct adjusted follow the procedures described below and on the
next two pages.
visual flame effect:
On Propane the gas
pressure must be set
at 2.65 kPa with
burner operating on
maximum setting.
Burner adjustment
On Natural Gas the
(Burner ‘Low flame’)
gas pressure must be
set at 0.75 kPa.
Pressure test point
Plastic Cap
with captive screw
Pressure adjustment
(Burner ‘Full on’)
A
BLUE
N
BLUE
N
BROWN
BLACK
WHITE
BLUE
ROOM FAN - F3594
Fig 2.
WIRING DIAGRAM
F3663-5_A
Gas pressure point
3.The pressure point is closed with a captive screw. Turn screw 6 revolutions anticlockwise to open the pressure point as indicated on Fig 3(a)
and place manometer tube over the test point as per Fig 3(b).
Fig 3a.
Fig 3b.
Gas pressure adjustment
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Installation instructions
Flue installation
Overall dimensions:
Refer to Heater Specifications on Page 8.
1. This appliance is to be installed by a suitably licensed person only.
2. This appliance shall be installed in accordance with these manufacturer’s
installation instructions, local gas fitting regulations, municipal building
codes, electrical wiring regulations, and AS5601 the Australian Standard for gas installations. Refer also AS5601 for gas pipe sizing tables.
THIS HEATER IS NOT SUITABLE AS A FIRE PLACE INSERT.
Clearances
3. Ensure the minimum clearances to combustible construction are maintained during installation, including adequate space for the proper operation and servicing of the heater.
For clearances to curtains and furnishings refer to warning 3 & 4 on
page 4.
For minimum clearances refer fig 1.and 2.
40mm min
1m min.
40 mm
minimum
Flue outlet
115 mm
from rear
Spacer
Fig 1.
Fig 2.
4. Remove the carton from the heater and lift heater from wooden pallet.
Check that the heater is suitable for the gas available. Refer to the data
plate located on the fan chamber base, rear of pedestal front.
(Please dispose of packaging appropriately, keep it away from children).
5. Prepare electrical and gas connections, a 10 Amp wall socket needs
to be located within 1.5m of the heater.
6. Fit rear spacers as per figure 2.
Installation
Fig 2.
7. Place heater in position. (Check flue and gas connection positions.
Refer to gas connection instructions on page 11 and flue installation
instructions on pages 14 & 15).
8. Remove the front glass surround by holding it firmly on either side and
pulling it towards yourself. Refer fig 3a.
10
9. Remove the inner glass. Slacken off screws in top clamp and remove
side clamps. Refer to fig 3b.
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Installation instructions
Flue installation
This heater is a flued appliance. It must be properly connected to a flue
system in accordance with the latest edition of the Gas Installation Code,
AS 5601.
only and no more than two in
If elbows are required, we recommend 45?
the total flue run, there should also be a minimum of 250mm straight flue
section in between bends..
If practical, locate the heater in a position to minimise the need for elbows.
There must be at least 1.8m of vertical before any changes in direction of
the flue.
If placed against a combustible wall the 40mm rear spacers locate against
the wall.
1. Ensure clearances to combustible constructions have been observed.
For clearances refer page 10.
2. The centre line of the flue is 115 mm from rear of appliance (including
rear spacers).
Fig 3a.
Fig 3b.
Gas connection
1
10. Connect incoming gas supply pipe to /2 ” compression fitting at rear
of appliance. For inlet position see Fig 4.
3. Carry out installation as per Fig 1 (ceiling plate installation) and
Fig 2 (flue installation).
Cut a hole 180mm ø in the ceiling in line with the flue position. Secure
ceiling plate against the ceiling by bending out the tabs above the
ceiling.
Note: If the ceiling has an incline, the ceiling box will need to be fitted.
The ceiling box is an accessory and can be ordered from the supplier.
Installation instructions are supplied with the ceiling box. Part no: BOX-B.
Fig 4.
Log installation
11. The burner is contained within the burner chamber. Refer Fig 5.
Fig 1.
Fig 5.
Flue kit
The flue kit contains:
14
2 x 870mm lengths of 125mm ø painted upper flue.
1 x 870mm painted bottom flue spigot.
1 x 870mm length of 125mm ø plain flue.
1 x ceiling plate.
1 x 125mm AGA approved gas cowl.
12. Carefully unpack the log set. Logs are numbered as follows:
No 1 - Left front log
No 2 - Left rear log
No 3 - Right front log
No 4 - Right rear log
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Installation instructions
Installation instructions
Position the four individually numbered logs in the following order on
the burner head as shown in figures 6 - 9. The male locating pins in
the burner head must engage with corresponding holes in the
individual logs.
a) Place log No.1 onto the two front left
pins of the burner head, ensuring that
the largest “charcoal charring”section is
facing to the front of the burner base.
Note: This Log can fit the wrong way around.
Refer Fig 6.
Fig 6.
If the flame is unstable:
Check that the burner is located correctly.
Check that the glass front is located correctly and is against the
sealing rope.
Check that the gas pressure is correctly adjusted.
Check that there are no problems with the flue installation.
If the heater still does not operate to specification refer to the troubleshooting chart on pages 20 - 22, or contact Sampford IXL.
b) Place log No.2 onto the two left hand
rear pins. Refer Fig 7.
Fig 7.
c) Place log No.3 on single right hand
front pin, ensure fork locates over
No. 2 log. Refer Fig 8.
Fig 8.
d) Place log No. 4 on single right hand
rear pin, ensure left hand side of log
rests in the depression of No. 3 log.
Refer Fig 9.
Fig 9.
13. Refit the inner glass, but do not
overtighten the screws.
Installation tips
Avoid installing the heater in front of the shortest wall of a high
pitched roof as the possibility of down draught will cause problems
with the heater operation and may not be fixable.
To avoid any unnecessary delays and inconvenience to your
customer, please contact Technical Support on 1300 727 421
if the installation is unusual or you have any concerns with the
installation and/or heater operation before the installation commences.
Make sure that the heater is fully commissioned and be certain to test
the integrity of the flue operation, taking into account any influences
created by range-hoods, exhaust fans, central heating,etc.
Any service request resulting from incorrect installations are not covered
by our warranty conditions and these will result in charges, usually to the
end user, so please be sure that the installation and commissioning
has been satisfactorily carried out before calling for any warranty
service.
Please ensure that the end user is fully instructed on how to operate the
heater.
14. Refit the front glass surround. Ensure that the glass surround is replaced the correct side up. The
rearward sloping frame must be
at the top and the vertical edge
must be at the bottom. Refer Fig 10.
Gas control
Fig 10.
15. Operate the heater on HIGH, MEDIUM and LOW burner settings .
The flame should be stable, no lifting from the burner base, and the
logs should glow after approximately 15 minutes of operation on HIGH.
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