Extraflame Comfort Mini User manual

Comfort
Mini
Comfort
Mini Crystal
Comfort
P80
User Manual
Read these instructions carefully before installation, use and maintenance.
The instruction booklet is an integral part of the product.
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Congratulations! You are now the owner of an Extraflame stove!
The Extraflame pellet stove is an ideal heating solution. It utilises the most advanced technology and is
manufactured to the highest standards with a contemporary design, allowing you to enjoy the ambience
and warmth of a natural flame in complete safety.
This manual tells you how to use your stove correctly. Please read the entire manual carefully before using
your stove.
IMPORTANT
Make sure that the dealer completes the following box with the details of the authorised specialist who
will help you if you have any problems in using your new pellet stove.
AUTHORISED SPECIALIST
COMPANY __________________________________________________________________
Full name __________________________________________________________________
Address ______________________________________________ No. __________________
Postal Code ____________ City __________________ County. ______________________
TEL. ________________________________ FAX __________________________________
All Extraflame products are manufactured according to the following directives:
™ 89/106 CEE (Construction Products)
™ 89/366 CEE (EMC Directive)
™ 2004/108 CE (EMC Directive)
™ 2006/95 CE (Low Voltage Directive)
And the following standards:
™ EN 14785
™ EN 60335-1
™ EN 60335-2-102
™ EN 61000-3-2
™ EN 61000-3-3
™ EN 50366
™ EN 55014-1
™ EN 55014-2
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Index
WARNINGS AND SAFETY DEVICES.......................................................................................................... 7
Chapter 2
WHAT ARE PELLETS?................................................................................................................................. 8
PELLET STORAGE .....................................................................................................................................................................8
PELLET LOADING .....................................................................................................................................................................8
Chapter 3
SAFETY DEVICES ....................................................................................................................................... 9
BREAKDOWN OF HOT AIR DISTRIBUTION FAN............................................................................................................9
FLUE GAS EXTRACTOR BREAKDOWN..............................................................................................................................9
PELLET LOAD MOTOR BREAKDOWN ...............................................................................................................................9
FAILED IGNITION ......................................................................................................................................................................9
TEMPORARY POWER CUT ....................................................................................................................................................9
ELECTRICAL SAFETY DEVICE ..............................................................................................................................................9
FLUE GAS EXHAUST SAFETY DEVICE ..............................................................................................................................9
PELLET TEMPERATURE SAFETY DEVICE ........................................................................................................................9
Chapter 4
ASSEMBLY AND INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS................................................................................. 10
GLOSSARY ............................................................................................................................................................................... 10
INSTALLATION........................................................................................................................................................................ 11
ADMISSIBLE INSTALLATIONS .................................................................................................................................... 11
PROHIBITED INSTALLATIONS .................................................................................................................................... 11
CONNECTION TO THE EXHAUST VENTING SYSTEM ............................................................................................... 12
EXHAUST CHANNEL OR PIPE .................................................................................................................................... 12
CHIMNEY OR SINGLE FLUE ........................................................................................................................................ 13
CONNECTION TO THE FLUE AND COMBUSTION PRODUCT EXHAUST VENTING ................................ 15
CHIMNEY CAP ................................................................................................................................................................. 15
CONNECTION TO EXTERNAL AIR INTAKES ................................................................................................................. 16
INSULATION, TRIMS, FACINGS, AND SAFETY PRECAUTIONS.............................................................................. 16
NATIONAL, REGIONAL, PROVINCIAL AND MUNICIPAL LAWS ............................................................................ 16
Chapter 5
COMFORT MINI/P80/MINI CRYSTAL INSTALLATION ........................................................................... 17
FITTING WITH SLIDING BASE ........................................................................................................................................... 17
INSTALLATION WITH PEDESTAL (OPTIONAL) ............................................................................................................ 18
INSTALLATION WITH PEDESTAL...................................................................................................................................... 18
EXTRACTING THE INSERT .................................................................................................................................................. 19
FITTING THE FRAMES .......................................................................................................................................................... 19
AIR CIRCULATION DUCTS .................................................................................................................................................. 20
Chapter 6
REMOTE CONTROL OPERATION ............................................................................................................ 23
GENERAL DESCRIPTION ..................................................................................................................................................... 23
GENERAL FEATURES ............................................................................................................................................................ 24
KEYPAD ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 24
DISPLAY .................................................................................................................................................................................... 24
Chapter 7
PRODUCT FUNCTIONALITY ................................................................................................................... 26
BASIC INSTRUCTIONS ......................................................................................................................................................... 26
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IGNITION .................................................................................................................................................................................. 26
NORMAL OPERATION ......................................................................................................................................................... 27
SHUTDOWN ............................................................................................................................................................................ 27
Chapter 8
USER MENUS ........................................................................................................................................... 28
SET TEMPERATURE MENU ................................................................................................................................................. 29
SET CLOCK MENU ................................................................................................................................................................. 29
SET TIMER MENU .................................................................................................................................................................. 29
DAY/NIGHT MENU ................................................................................................................................................................ 31
PELLET LOAD MENU ............................................................................................................................................................ 32
LANGUAGE MENU ................................................................................................................................................................ 33
Chapter 9
ROOM THERMOSTAT .............................................................................................................................. 34
MECHANICAL THERMOSTAT (OPTIONAL) .................................................................................................................. 34
INSTALLING A MECHANICAL THERMOSTAT (OPTIONAL)..................................................................................... 34
MECHANICAL THERMOSTAT OPERATION ................................................................................................................... 34
MECHANICAL THERMOSTAT OPERATION IN STANDBY MODE (TO BE USED ALSO FOR REMOTE
ACTUATOR) ............................................................................................................................................................................. 34
Chapter 10
CLEANING ................................................................................................................................................ 36
CLEANING THE BRAZIER .................................................................................................................................................... 36
USE OF SCRAPERS ................................................................................................................................................................ 36
CLEANING OF ASH COLLECTION COMPARTMENTS ............................................................................................... 36
CLEANING THE HEAT EXCHANGER (MONTHLY) ....................................................................................................... 36
DOOR, ASH DRAWER AND BRAZIER SEALS................................................................................................................ 37
CHIMNEY CONNECTION .................................................................................................................................................... 37
BRAZIER PARTITION ............................................................................................................................................................. 38
Chapter 11
TABLE OF DISPLAY MESSAGES .............................................................................................................. 39
Chapter 12
WARRANTY .............................................................................................................................................. 42
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WARNINGS AND SAFETY DEVICES
The stoves produced by our establishment are built with
attention to the individual components in a way to protect
both the user and the installer from any accidents. It is
therefore recommended that after any intervention on the
product, authorised staff pay particular attention to the
electric connections, especially the stripped parts of the
wires. These must not escape from the terminal board in any
situation, thus preventing possible contact with the live parts
of the wire.
Installation must be carried out by authorised staff, who
must provide the buyer with a declaration of conformity
for the system and will assume full responsibility for final
installation and as a consequence the correct functioning
of the installed product. It is necessary to bear in mind all
laws and national, regional, provincial and town council
Standards present in the country the appliance has been
installed.
Extraflame S.p.A. cannot be held responsible for the
failure to comply with such precautions.
The instruction manual is an integral part of the product:
make sure that it always accompanies the appliance, even
if transferred to other owners or user or is transferred to
another place. If it is damaged or lost, request another copy
from the area technician.
This stove must be destined for the use for which it has been
expressly realised. The manufacturer is exempt from any
liability, contractual and extracontractual, for injury/damage
caused to persons/animals and objects, due to installation,
adjustment and maintenance errors and improper use.
After the packaging has been removed, check the integrity
and completeness of the contents. If this does not comply,
contact the dealer where the appliance was purchased.
All electric components that make up the stove must be
replaced with original spare parts exclusively by an authorised
after-sales centre, thus guaranteeing correct functioning.
manufacturer.
™ Do not pull, disconnect, twist electric cables leaving the
stove, even if disconnected from the electric power supply
mains.
™ Do not close or reduce the dimensions of
the airing vents in the place of installation.
The airing vents are indispensable for correct combustion.
™ Do not leave the packaging elements within reach of
children or unassisted disabled persons.
™ The hearth door must always be closed during normal
functioning of the product.
™ Avoid direct contact with parts of the appliance that
tend to heat up during functioning.
™ Check for the presence of any obstructions before
switching the appliance on following a prolonged standstill
period.
™ The stove has been designed to function in
any climatic condition (also critical). In particularly
adverse conditions (strong wind, freezing) safety
systems may intervene that switch the stove off.
If this occurs, contact the technical after-sales service and
always disable the safety system.
™ If the flue should catch fire, be equipped with suitable
systems for suffocating the flames or request help from the
fire service.
MAJOLICAS
The company have chosen majolica tiles, which are the
result of high-quality artisan work and therefore the
majolica may present crackles, speckles, and shadings.
These characteristics certify their precious origin.
Enamel and majolica, due to their different coefficient
of dilatation, produce microcrackles, which show their
authentic feature.
For the cleaning of the majolica we suggest you use a soft
and dry cloth; if you use a detergent or liquid, the latter
might soak in and make the crackles more visible.
The stove must be serviced at least once a year,
programming it in advance with the technical after-sales
service.
Nota bene: In case of thermo product or boiler, the
product or system venting is not covered by the
warranty.
For safety reasons, remember that:
™ The stove must not be used by children or unassisted
disabled persons.
™ Do not touch the stove when you are barefoot or when
parts of the body are wet or humid.
™ The safety and adjustment devices must not be
modified without the authorisation or indications of the
WARNINGS AND SAFETY DEVICES
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WHAT ARE PELLETS?
Pellets are made by applying very high pressure to sawdust; i.e. the residue of raw timber (without paint)
produced by sawmills, carpentry works and other activities involved in processing wood.
This type of fuel is completely environmentally friendly, as no binders of any kind are used to keep it
compact. In fact, the compactness of the pellets over time is guaranteed by lignite, a natural substance
found in the wood itself.
As well as being an environmentally friendly fuel, since wood residues are exploited to the maximum,
pellets also have technical advantages.
The density of the pellet is 650kg/m3 and the water content is 8% of its weight. For this reason, pellets do
not need to be seasoned to obtain a sufficient heating yield.
The pellet used must conform to the characteristics of the following regulations:
™ Ö-Norm M 7135
™ DIN plus 51731
™ UNI CEN/TS 14961
Extraflame recommends always using 6 mm pellets for its products.
PELLET STORAGE
To guarantee problem-free combustion, the pellet must be stored in a dry place.
PELLET LOADING
Pellets can either be loaded from the front, by removing the insert, or from the side, by using the chute, if
equipped with the support and loading kit.
WARNING!!!
THE USE OF POOR QUALITY PELLETS OR ANY OTHER MATERIAL MAY DAMAGE THE YOUR
STOVE AND MAY LEAD TO THE INVALIDATION OF THE WARRANTY AND THE RELATED
RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE MANUFACTURER.
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SAFETY DEVICES
BREAKDOWN OF HOT AIR DISTRIBUTION FAN
If the blower stops for any reason, the stove automatically shuts down to prevent overheating.
FLUE GAS EXTRACTOR BREAKDOWN
If the extractor stops, the electronic unit immediately prevents pellet loading.
PELLET LOAD MOTOR BREAKDOWN
If the motor stops, the stove continues to operate until the minimum cooling level is reached.
FAILED IGNITION
If no flame develops during the ignition phase, the appliance automatically attempts a new ignition, this
time, though, without loading pellets.
If, after this attempt, the stove still has no flame, the stove display shows “NO FLAME”. If you attempt to
light the stove again, the display shows “CLEANING WAIT” which means “WAIT”.
This function reminds you that before lighting the stove, you must be sure that the brazier is free of
dirt and debris.
TEMPORARY POWER CUT
The appliance will re-light automatically after a brief power failure. When the power goes off, the stove
may emit a minute quantity of smoke inside the house for a period of 3 to 5 minutes.
THIS DOES NOT POSE ANY SAFETY RISK.
ELECTRICAL SAFETY DEVICE
The stove is protected against violent changes in power by a master fuse on the rear of the stove (2A 250V
delayed).
FLUE GAS EXHAUST SAFETY DEVICE
If the exhaust system fails, an electronic pressure switch stops the stove and an alarm is signalled.
PELLET TEMPERATURE SAFETY DEVICE
In case of overheating inside the pellet tank, this safety device blocks stove operation; resetting is manual
and must be performed by an authorised technician.
SAFETY DEVICES
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The installation must comply with:
™ UNI 10683 (2005) heat generators fed with wood and other solid fuels: installation.
The chimneys must comply with:
™ UNI 9731 (1990) chimneys: classification according to thermal resistance.
™ EN 13384-1 (2006) calculation method of the thermal and fluid-dynamic features of the chimney.
™ UNI 7129 point 4.3.3 provisions, local rules and prescriptions of the fire brigade.
™ UNI 1443 (2005) chimneys: general requirements.
™ UNI 1457 (2004) chimneys: internal ducts in terracotta and ceramics.
GLOSSARY
CLOSED HEARTH DEVICE
Heat generator that can only be opened to load fuel during use.
BIOMASS
Material of organic origin, excluding the material incorporated in geological formations and fossilised.
BIOFUEL
Fuel produced directly or indirectly from biomass.
FLUE or CHIMNEY
Vertical duct for collecting and expelling combustion products from a single appliance at a suitable height
from the floor.
EXHAUST CHANNEL OR PIPE
Duct or connecting element between the heat generating device and the chimney for extracting the
combustion products.
INSULATION
The series of measures taken and materials used to prevent heat transmission through a wall dividing
rooms at different temperatures.
CHIMNEY CAP
Device located at the top of the chimney that facilitates dispersion of the combustion products in the
atmosphere.
CONDENSATE
Liquid products that form when the temperature of the combustion gas is lower than or equal to the dew
point of the water.
HEAT GENERATOR
Device that permits the production of thermal energy (heat) by the rapid transformation of the chemical
energy of the fuel by means of combustion.
AIR LOCK
Mechanism for modifying the dynamic resistance of the combustion gasses.
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EXHAUST VENTING SYSTEM
A system for fume exhaust venting that is independent from the appliance, composed of a pipe or channel,
chimney or single flue, and chimney cap.
FORCED DRAUGHT
Air circulation by means of a fan driven by an electric motor.
NATURAL DRAUGHT
Draught resulting in a chimney/flue due to the difference in the volume mass existing between the (hot)
fumes and the surrounding atmospheric air, without any mechanical suction aid installed inside or on top
of it.
RADIANCE AREA
Area immediately adjacent to the hearth in which the heat produced by combustion is diffused; this area
must not contain any objects made of combustible material.
REFLUX AREA
Area in which the combustion products come out from the appliance towards the room in which it is
installed.
INSTALLATION
Before carrying out installation, it is necessary to check the positioning of the chimneys, flues or exhaust
terminal ducts of the appliance, keeping in mind the following:
™ Installation prohibitions
™ Legal clearances
™ Limitations set forth by local administrative regulations or specific regulations of the authorities.
™ Common limitations deriving from building regulations, and easement or contract regulations.
ADMISSIBLE INSTALLATIONS
In the room in which the heat generator is to be installed, any existing or installed appliances must be airtight
to the room and must not cause depression in the room with respect to the external environment.
Appliances used for cooking foods and the related hoods without extractor can only be installed in rooms
used as kitchens.
PROHIBITED INSTALLATIONS
The room in which the heat generator is to be installed must not contain any of the following devices,
either pre-existing or installed:
™ Hoods with or without extractor;
™ Ventilation ducts of the collective type.
Should these devices be located in adjacent rooms communicating with the installation room, it is
forbidden to use the heat generator simultaneously where there is the risk that one of the two rooms may
be subject to depression with respect to the other.
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CONNECTION TO THE EXHAUST VENTING SYSTEM
EXHAUST CHANNEL OR PIPE
For the assembly of the exhaust channels it is imperative to use non-flammable materials that are resistant to
combustion products and any condensates.
It is forbidden to use flexible metal pipes and asbestos cement for connecting the stove to the flue, also for preexisting exhaust channels.
There must be continuity between the exhaust channel and the flue so that the flue does not lean on the stove.
The exhaust channels must not pass through rooms in which the installation of combustion devices is
forbidden.
The assembly of the exhaust channels must be carried out in such a way as to ensure that they are airtight for
the operating conditions of the appliance, as well as to limit the formation of condensates and prevent them
from being conveyed towards the appliance.
The assembly of horizontal sections must be avoided where possible.
Where roof or wall exhaust outlets have to be reached that are not coaxial in relation to the exhaust outlet
from the appliance, the direction changes must be made using open elbows no greater than 45° (see figures
below).
Insulation
< 45°
< 45°
Flue
Inspection
figure 5.1
figure 5.2
For heat generating devices equipped with an electric exhaust fan, i.e. all products made by Extraflame, it
is necessary to observe the following instructions:
™ Horizontal sections must have a minimum slope of 3% upwards.
™ The length of the horizontal section must be as short as possible, and in any case no greater than 3
meters.
™ No more than four direction changes may be used, including the one resulting from the use of the “T”element. (When four bends are used, use double wall piping with a 120 mm diameter.)
In any case, exhaust channels must be sealed in relation to combustion products and condensates, as well
as insulated, if they pass outside the installation room.
It is forbidden to use elements in counter-slope.
The exhaust channel must allow soot recovery and cleaning using a swab.
The exhaust channel must have a constant cross-section. Any changes in cross-section are allowed only at
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the flue connection.
It is forbidden to run other air feed channels or piping for utilities inside the exhaust channels, even if
they are oversized. It is also forbidden to fit manual draught adjustment devices on the forced draught
appliance.
CHIMNEY OR SINGLE FLUE
The chimney or flue must meet the following requirements:
™ be airtight to combustion products, waterproof and properly insulated according to the usage conditions;
™ be made of materials suitable to resist normal mechanical stress, as well as heat and the action of combustion
products and any condensates;
™ have a predominantly vertical layout with deviations from the axis no greater than 45°;
™ be situated at a proper distance from combustible or flammable materials by means of an air gap or suitable
insulation material;
20 cm
Minimum80 cm2
C
B
A
Floor protection
figure 5.3
figure 5.4
REFERENCES
A
B
C
Flammable
objects
200
1500
200
Non-flammable
objects
100
750
100
™ preferably have a round internal section: square or rectangular sections must have rounded edges
with radius no less than 20 mm;
™ have a constant, free and independent internal section;
™ have rectangular sections with a maximum ratio between sides of 1.5.
The exhaust duct should be equipped with a chamber for the collection of solid materials and any
condensates located below the mouth of the exhaust channel, so that it is easy to open and inspect from
the airtight hatch.
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Windproof
chimney cap
<3m
3-5%
Flue
Inspection
Inspection
figure 5.5
figure 5.6
<3m
External
insulated
duct
45°
45°
Inspection
Inspection
figure 5.7
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CONNECTION TO THE FLUE AND COMBUSTION PRODUCT EXHAUST VENTING
The flue must receive exhaust from a single heat generator.
Direct discharge towards enclosed areas, even when roofless, is forbidden.
Direct discharge of combustion products must take place on the roof and the exhaust duct must have the
features set forth in the section “Chimney or single flue”.
CHIMNEY CAP
The chimney cap must meet the following requirements:
™ have an internal section equivalent to that of the chimney;
™ have a useful outlet section no less than twice the internal section of the chimney;
™ be constructed in such a way as to prevent the penetration of rain, snow and foreign bodies into the
chimney, as well as to assure the discharge of the combustion products also in the presence of winds
coming from any direction and at any angle.
™ be positioned in such a way as to assure proper dispersion and dilution of the combustion products
and, in any case, outside the reflux area in which the formation of counter-pressure is most likely to occur.
This area has different sizes and shapes depending on the slope of the roof; therefore, it is necessary to
use the minimum heights indicated in the figures below.
™ The chimney cap must not have any mechanical suction devices.
FLAT ROOF
50 cm
50
>5m
<5m
<5m
figure 5.9
SLOPED ROOF
Distance > A
Distance < A
50 cm beyond the ridge beam
REFLUX AREA
Reflux area height
H min
β
figure 5.10
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Roof pitch
β
15°
30°
45°
60°
CHIMNEYS, DISTANCES AND POSITIONING
Distance between the Minimum height of the chimney
crown and the chimney
(measured from the outlet)
A (m)
H (m)
< 1,85
0,50 m beyond the crown
> 1,85
1,00 m from the roof
< 1,50
0,50 m beyond the crown
> 1,50
1,30 m from the roof
< 1,30
0,50 m beyond the crown
> 1,30
2,00 m from the roof
< 1,20
0,50 m beyond the crown
> 1,20
2,60 m from the roof
CONNECTION TO EXTERNAL AIR INTAKES
To ensure correct operation, the appliance must have sufficient air available by means of external air intakes, which
must meet the following requirements:
1. They must have a total free section of at least 80 cm2.
2. They must be protected by a grate, metal mesh, or other suitable protection provided that it does not reduce
the minimum section as per point a) and that it is positioned in such a way as to prevent the intakes from being
obstructed.
If the combustion air is collected directly from the outside by means of a pipe, it is necessary to fit a downward bend or
a wind hood on the outside. In addition, no grating or similar device should be positioned. (Extraflame S.p.A. suggests
creating an air intake directly communicating with the installation room, even if air is collected from outside by means
of a pipe).
Air inflow can also be obtained from a room adjacent to the installation room, provided that the flow can occur freely
through permanent openings communicating with the outside.
The adjacent room must not be subject to depression with respect to the outside as a result of the opposing draught
caused by the presence of another utility device or suction device in this room.
In the adjacent room, the permanent openings must meet the requirements described above.
The adjacent room cannot be used as a garage, storage area for combustible material, or for activities involving fire hazards.
INSULATION, TRIMS, FACINGS, AND SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
The facings, no matter what type of material they are made of, must constitute a self-bearing structure with reference
to the heating assembly and not in contact with it.
The beam and the trims in wood or combustible materials must be positioned outside of the radiant area of the hearth
or be properly insulated.
If the space above the heat generator has coverings made of combustible or heat-sensitive material, a protective
membrane made of non-combustible insulating material must be placed between it and the generator.
All elements made of combustible or flammable material, such as wooden furnishings, curtains, etc., that are directly
exposed to the radiance of the hearth must be placed at a safe distance.
The installation of the appliance must guarantee easy access for cleaning the appliance itself, of the waste gas pipes
and the flue.
NATIONAL, REGIONAL, PROVINCIAL AND MUNICIPAL LAWS
All the national, regional, provincial ad municipal laws of the country where the appliance has been installed must be
taken into consideration.
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COMFORT MINI/P80/MINI CRYSTAL INSTALLATION
The insert is supplied with a sliding base in iron, which
allows it to be installed in a pre-existing chimney.
The base allows you to slide out the insert easily for
maintenance and cleaning at the end of the year. If
you do not already have a fireplace, you can build one
using the insert support pedestal (optional kit), which is
designed to secure the insert to the floor.
Description of the components:
™ Sliding base
™ Guide rails
™ Exhaust pipe
™ Primary air inlet pipe
™ Power outlet
™ Adapter frame
FITTING WITH SLIDING BASE
Adaptation frame
Sliding base
with rails
Primary air
intake pipe
figure 5.1
Take the sliding base and place it in the existing
fireplace.
Using chalk, mark the base fixing holes on the floor of
the fireplace.
Drill the holes for 8 mm steel screw anchors.
Drill a 60 mm hole in correspondence with the air inlet.
The air inlet must be made outside the
fireplace, because it must not draw in
overheated air.
Provide a power outlet on the rear of the insert, so that
the plug can be reached easily once the installation is
complete.
Fix the base using the attachment screws.
Make the connection to the exhaust outlet and air inlet,
following the instructions previously described.
Then tilt the insert so that the wheels fit into the guide
rails and slide it in until the exhaust auger coupling is
completely inserted in the exhaust conveyor box.
figure 5.2
figure 5.3
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Finally, open the fire door and use the socket wrench
provided to turn the screw in the lower left-hand corner
clockwise.
To check that the insert is correctly coupled with the base,
connect the plug to the power outlet: the display should
light up.
The insert must stand at least 1 cm above the
marble fire top of the facing.
INSTALLATION WITH PEDESTAL (OPTIONAL)
Description of components:
™ Comfort Mini/P80/Crystal
™ Pedestal adjustable in height
™ Side feeding tank
™ Adjustable tank support
figure 5.4
INSTALLATION WITH PEDESTAL
Position the base in the desired point and adjust to the
desired height using the feet (the bolts are located on the
four outer edges of the pedestal at the bottom).
Provide a power outlet on the rear of the pedestal that will
be easy to reach once the installation is complete.
Fix the pedestal to the floor using strong steel screw anchors
with an 8 mm diameter.
Fix the sliding base to the frame using the bolts.
Connect the exhaust outlet and air inlet as described in the
previous section.
Then tilt the insert so that the wheels fit into the guide
rails, slide it until the exhaust auger coupling is completely
inserted in the exhaust conveyor box.
Then use the socket wrench provided to turn the screw
anticlockwise.
To check that the insert is correctly coupled with the base,
connect the plug to the power outlet: the display should
light up.
Fit the tank support as shown in Fig. 10.
Insert the support in the coupling provided.
N.B.: When using our pedestal, it is necessary to create an
inspection window in the chimney that allows you to check
the pellet level in the tank while filling it.
figure 5.5
figure 5.6
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The tank support can only be fitted on the
right-hand side of the insert.
Adjust the height and angle of the tank according to the
fireplace to be built.
The insert must stand at least 1 cm above the
marble fire top of the facing.
EXTRACTING THE INSERT
Extraction of the insert allows to feed the pellets into the tank
and to perform routine maintenance (cleaning the ash chute
every year) or extraordinary maintenance (replacement of
mechanical parts if the product should break).
figure 5.7
These operations must be carried out by an
authorised technician, with the stove switched
off and the plug disconnected.
To extract the insert, proceed as follows:
1. Open the fire door and use the socket wrench provided to
turn the screw in the lower left-hand corner anticlockwise.
2. Using the pokers provided, pull the insert towards you
until it blocks automatically.
FITTING THE FRAMES
™ Front frame
™ Side frames
figure 5.8
Attach the front frame to the two side frames.
Fix the frames to the insert using self-tapping screws.
N.B. Any wooden beams situated above the insert must be
protected using fireproofing material.
Frame assembly is important, as it allows correct air
circulation in the insert and consequently the most efficient
stove operation.
figure 5.9
The 2 side frames are fitted to the upper
frame using 2 screws per side.
The remaining holes on the side frames
are used for attaching the entire frame
assembly to the sides of the insert using
self-tapping screws.
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AIR CIRCULATION DUCTS
For correct function air circulation must be created inside the structure that covers the insert in order to
prevent the appliance overheating.
The following measurements must be respected:
™ Lower part (cold air inlet) D total minimum surface 550 cm2.
™ Upper part (hot air outlet) D total minimum surface 500 cm2.
This ventilation system is completely independent from the combustion air inlet!!
To protect against overheating, the comfort P80 is supplied with a probe that analyses the temperature
inside the structure and intervenes by reducing the functioning power.
Comfort Mini / Comfort Mini Crystal
Comfort P80
figura 5.10
figura 5.11
H
figura 5.12
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5 cm
5 cm
5 cm
figura 5.14
5 cm
5 cm
figura 5.15
It is also important to guarantee the minimum distance of 5 cm on both sides as illustrated in figures 6.14
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A
Warm convection air
It is necessary provide an outlet for the
heat accumulated in the facing to prevent
excessive overheating of the insert.
5 cm
ventilation
B Forced
The blower conveys the heat produced in
the insert into the room.
C
Air inlet from the room
To enable air circulation, it is necessary
to have an air inlet point, preferably at
the lower part of the structure, for better
convection. The air must be drawn from
the room where the stove is installed.
figure 5.16
To ensure the correct and safe operation of the insert, when building the fireplace it is necessary to respect
the clearances between the insert and the inner walls of the fireplace.
Considering the measurements given in the technical specifications, you need to account for at least 50
mm of air space in the upper part and on the two sides.
The exhaust outlet pipe must always be at a minimum distance of 5 cm from flammable
parts.
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REMOTE CONTROL OPERATION
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The radio-frequency remote control has two-way communication with the electronic board, sending
commands and displaying the operating status of the stove.
Certain radio-frequency devices (e.g. mobile or cordless phones, etc.) can interrupt the
communication between the remote control and the stove.
Selecting the operating frequency
During the first stove lighting, it is necessary to establish a communication frequency between the remote
control and the stove.
With this procedure it is possible to select one of 4 possible coding methods: this also makes it possible to
use more than one stove inside the same room without one interfering with the operation of the other. The
coding procedure is as follows:
1. Disconnect the power supply from the stove.
2. Remove the batteries form the remote control.
3. Reposition the batteries in the remote control.
4. Press buttons 4 and 5 together for three seconds, until “CHOOSE UNIT” appears on the display.
5. Use button 4 or 5 to select the desired coding (from 0 to 3).
6. Power up the stove.
7. The stove will emit two acoustic signals: between the first and the second, press button 1 for 1 second.
At this point, the display will show “EXTRAFLAME”
If communication between remote control and the chimney is very disturbed or inaccurate, the remote
control can be directly connected to the device via cable, as illustrated below.
Comfort Mini / Comfort Mini Crystal
Comfort P80
figure 6.1
figure 6.2
figure 6.4
REMOTE CONTROL OPERATION
figure 6.3
figure 6.5
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GENERAL FEATURES
™ The visual interface is given on an LCD display
with 24 characters on 4 lines plus 16 bars.
™ Transmission and reception capacity: 4 metres in
free air space.
™ Display of the operating status of the product
™ Direct controls for switch-on/off, power setting
change
Button 4
™ Weekly programmer setting
™ Battery power supply (two 1.5 V AA batteries)
™ Dimensions: 61 x 150 x 120 (D x L x W) mm.
LCD Display
Button 1
Button 5
KEYPAD
Button 3
Button 2
Button 1 – ON/OFF unblock
Pressing this button for two seconds enables the
manual switch-on/off of the stove.
If the stove is in alarm status, and therefore blocked,
the button is used for unblocking and subsequent
passage to OFF status.
During the programming of the user parameters, it is
used to exit and return to the previous menu.
figure 6.6
Buttons 4 and 5 – Parameter increase/decrease
On the main screen. These buttons are used for regulating the operating power of the stove from a
minimum setting of 1 to a maximum of 5; this value is shown on the upper display. During modification of
the user parameters, the buttons are used for increasing/decreasing the value of the parameter, which is
shown on the first line of the display.
Menu 1 (3) and Menu 2 (2) buttons
These buttons are used for accessing and setting the user parameters.
DISPLAY
The display message changes in relation to the status of the stove, or the menu being display.
In resting status, the display shows the following:
TIME: The current time is shown. The time is set within the weekly programmer (see SET CLOCK menu).
ROOM TEMPERATURE: Shows the current room temperature.
HEATING POWER: Indicates the operating power. It is set by the user during stove operation.
STOVE STATUS: Shows whether the stove is off or on.
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20:00
TIME
21° C
Po 4
ROOM TEMPERATURE
HEATING POWER
WORKING
STOVE STATUS
figure 6.7
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PRODUCT FUNCTIONALITY
BASIC INSTRUCTIONS
The stove you have purchased uses pellets as fuel. This type of material is produced from natural waste from
woodworking. By means of a special process, which does not require the use of any binders or additives,
the shavings are compressed in industrial machines under high pressure and become solid wooden pellets.
IT IS STRICTLY FORBIDDEN to burn any other material besides pellets in our stove. Failure to respect these
instructions will void all warranties and may jeopardise the safety of the appliance.
The first two or three times the stove is lit, the following recommendations should be observed:
™ No children should be present, as the vapours emitted can be harmful for health. Adults, too, should
not stay in the vicinity for very long.
™ Do not touch the surfaces, as they could still be unstable.
™ Air the room thoroughly several times.
™ The hardening of the surfaces is completed after several heating processes.
™ This stove must not be used as a waste incinerator.
IGNITION
1. Before proceeding, check to make sure that:
™ the tank is loaded with pellets
™ the combustion chamber is clean
™ the brazier is clean and free
™ the fire door and the ash drawer are sealed
™ the power cable is connected correctly
™ the two-way switch on the back of the stove is in position 1
2. Press button 1 for three seconds; display D1 will show the message “START”. During this stage, the stove
carries out an automatic check on the efficiency of each single electrical component. When this cycle is
completed, display D1 shows the message “IGNITION 15” (the number of minutes for which the stove
attempts the lighting stage, decreasing by 1 every minute that passes).
The first time the stove is used, even if the tank is loaded with pellets, it is possible that the pellets
are not distributed to the combustion chamber for the first 15 minutes because the worm screw for
loading the pellets is empty. If the stove has not developed a flame after the fifteen minutes have
elapsed, the display shows the message “NO FLAME”.
3. If points 1 and 2 are carried out correctly, the stove will enter the “START UP 07” stage.
4. After the lighting phase, the stove will enter the working phase and the display will show the room
temperature, heating power and stove status.
WARNING!!!
1. NEVER USE FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS FOR LIGHTING
2. WHEN FILLING, DO NOT BRING THE SACK OF PELLETS INTO CONTACT WITH THE HOT STOVE
In case of continued ignition failures, contact an authorised technician.
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NORMAL OPERATION
When the stove has been lit, the user can adjust the heating power using buttons 4 and 5. By pressing
4, the heating power and the pellet consumption will decrease, while by pressing 5 it will increase. In
addition to the feed rate, the room temperature can be set directly from the control panel.
The stove adjusts itself automatically as far as warm air ventilation is concerned.
The contents of the tank should be monitored to prevent the stove going out because of a lack of fuel.
WARNING!!!
™ The cover of the pellet container must be kept closed, except when loading fuel.
™ The sacks of pellets, must be kept at least 1.5 metres away from the stove.
™ The pellet tank should always be kept half full.
™ The appliance should be switched off before filling with pellets.
SHUTDOWN
Press button 1 for three seconds.
When the three seconds have elapsed, the stove automatically starts the shutdown stage, cutting off the
pellet load; the display will show “FINAL CLEANING” .
Both the exhaust motor and warm air ventilation motor continue to run until the stove temperature has
dropped sufficiently. When the exhaust motor stops, the display will show “OFF”.
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USER MENUS
The table below shows the various menus available to the user:
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Menu
Set temperature
Set clock
Set timer
Day/Night
Pellet load
Set Language
Description
Menu for setting the temperature
Menu for setting the current day and time
Menu for setting the switch-on/off programmes
Menu for day/night temperature function
Menu for adjusting the pellet load %
Menu for selecting the language
The diagram below shows how the various user menus are accessed:
MAIN SCREEN
menu 1
SET TEMPERATURE
menu 2
See Temperature Set Menu
menu 2
See Clock Set Menu
menu 2
See Timer Set Menu
menu 2
See Day/Night Menu
menu 2
See Pellet Adjustment Menu
menu 2
See Language Menu
menu 2
SET CLOCK
button 5
SET TIMER
button 5
DAY/NIGHT
button 5
PELLET FEED
button 5
SET LANGUAGE
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SET TEMPERATURE MENU
The temperature value can be changed at any time by the user. Press the menu 1 button; the display
shows “ROOM TEMP SET”. Then use buttons 4 and 5 to select the desired temperature value: the buttons
enable the increase/decrease of the room thermostat value from a minimum of 07°C (the display shows
MIN) to a maximum of 40°C (the display shows MAX).
This value is shown on the first line of the display; the third and fourth lines show “ROOM TEMP SET”.
When you have set the desired value, confirm with button 1.
SET CLOCK MENU
This procedure is used for activating/deactivating the weekly programmer and setting the current time.
The procedure can be carried out with the stove on or off, as follows:
1. Press the menu 1 button D the display will show “ROOM TEMP SET”
2. Press the menu 1 button again D the display will show “CLOCK SET MENU”
3. Confirm with the menu 2 button
When you have entered the programming function, the display will show the following parameters:
Parameter 1 Î CLOCK DAY
Used for setting the following values: “day1”… “day7” D use buttons 4 and 5 to set the current day of the
week.
When the current day has been set, the weekly programmer function is automatically enabled.
To confirm and continue with programming, press the menu 2 button.
To return to the previous parameter, press the menu 1 button.
Parameter 2 Î CLOCK HOURS
Use buttons 4 and 5 to set the current hour.
To confirm and continue with programming, press the menu 2 button.
To return to the previous parameter, press the menu 1 button.
Parameter 3 Î CLOCK MINUTES
Use buttons 4 and 5 to set the current minutes.
To confirm and continue with programming, press the menu 2 button.
To return to the previous parameter, press the menu 1 button.
If you make an error in programming, exit with button 1 and repeat the steps described above.
SET TIMER MENU
The weekly programmer enables you to set three heating periods over the course of the day, to be used
for each day of the week. The timetables for switch-on/off must be consecutive within the same day, on a
24-hour basis (from 0 to 24), and not straddling more than one day:
e.g.:
Switch-on 07.00 / switch-off 18.00
Switch-on 22.00 / switch-off 05.00
USER MENUS
OK
ERROR
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The programming procedure can be carried out with the stove on or off, and involves the following
steps:
4. Press menu 1 D the display will show “ROOM TEMP SET”
5. Press menu 1 again D the display will show “MENU SET CLOCK”
6. Press button 5 D the display will show “CRONO SET MENU”
7. Press menu 2 to confirm
Once you enter the programming area, the display will show the following:
Parameter ut 0 D CRONO ON-OFF
Use buttons 4 and 5 to enable/disable the weekly programmer.
To confirm and continue with programming, press the menu 2 button.
To return to the previous parameter, press the menu 1 button.
Parameter ut 1 D START PROGRAM 1
Use buttons 4 and 5 to adjust switch on time for the first time period 00:00 to 23:50, or to disable it by
pressing OFF.
To confirm and continue with programming, press the menu 2 button.
To return to the previous parameter, press the menu 1 button.
Parameter ut 2 D STOP PROGRAM 1
Use buttons 4 and 5 to set the end of the first time period from 00:00 to 23:50 or to disable the function by
setting it on OFF.
To confirm and continue with programming, press the menu 2 button.
To return to the previous parameter, press the menu 1 button.
Parameter ut 3 D DAYS ON 1
Used for setting which days of the week to enable/disenable the time period set.
The procedure is as follows:
a. button 5 D to scroll the days
b. button 4 D to enable/disenable (ON/OFF) the first time period for that day
To confirm and continue with programming, press the menu 2 button.
To return to the previous parameter, press the menu 1 button.
Parameter ut 5 D START PROGRAM 2
Use buttons 4 and 5 to set the start of the second time period from 00:00 to 23:50 or to disable the
function by setting it on OFF.
To confirm and continue with programming, press the menu 2 button.
To return to the previous parameter, press the menu 1 button.
Parameter ut 6 D STOP PROGRAM 2
Use buttons 4 and 5 to set the end of the second time period from 00:00 to 23:50 or to disable the function
by setting it on OFF.
To confirm and continue with programming, press the menu 2 button.
To return to the previous parameter, press the menu 1 button.
Parameter ut 7 D DAYS ON 2
Used for setting which days of the week to enable/disenable the time period set.
The procedure is as follows:
a. button 5 D to scroll the days
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b. button 4 D to enable/disenable (ON/OFF) the first time period for that day
To confirm and continue with programming, press the menu 2 button.
To return to the previous parameter, press the menu 1 button.
Parameter ut 8 D START PROGRAM 3
Use buttons 4 and 5 to set the start of the third time period from 00:00 to 23:50 or to disable the function
by setting it on OFF.
To confirm and continue with programming, press the menu 2 button.
To return to the previous parameter, press the menu 1 button.
Parameter ut 9 D STOP PROGRAM 3
Use buttons 4 and 5 to set the end of the third time period from 00:00 to 23:50 or to disable the function
by setting it on OFF.
To confirm and continue with programming, press the menu 2 button.
To return to the previous parameter, press the menu 1 button.
Parameter ut A D DAYS ON 3
Used for setting which days of the week to enable/disenable the time period set.
The procedure is as follows:
a. button 5 D to scroll the days
b. button 4 D to enable/disenable (ON/OFF) the first time period for that day
To confirm and continue with programming, press the menu 2 button.
To return to the previous parameter, press the menu 1 button.
TO ENABLE/DISENABLE the weekly programmer, follow the procedure described at parameter 1 of the
Set Clock Menu.
When the programmer is enabled, the corresponding LED lights up on the display (see Table of Display
Messages). Manual controls always have priority over the programming.
DAY/NIGHT MENU
The day/night temperature function makes it possible to switch the stove on/off automatically based on
two selected temperatures.
This system enables you to select one temperature for daytime and one for night.
To access the parameters of the day/night temperature function, proceed as follows:
1. Press the menù 1 button D the display will show “ROOM TEMP SET”
2. Press the menù 1 button again D the display will show “CLOCK SET MENU”
3. Press button 5 twice D the display will show “DAY NIGHT MENU”
4. Confirm with the menu 2 button.
When you have entered the programming function, the display will show the following parameters:
Parameter ut A D DAY NIGHT
Use buttons 4 and 5 to enabling/disenabling the day/night temperature function.
To confirm and continue with programming, press the menu 2 button.
To return to the previous parameter, press the menu 1 button.
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Parameter ut b D DAY START
Use buttons 4 and 5 to set the day start/night end.
To confirm and continue with programming, press the menu 2 button.
To return to the previous parameter, press the menu 1 button.
Parameter ut c D DAY END
Use buttons 4 and 5 to set the day end/night start.
To confirm and continue with programming, press the menu 2 button.
To return to the previous parameter, press the menu 1 button.
Parameter ut d D MAX DAY TEMPERATURE
Use buttons 4 and 5 to set maximum temperature for the day period.
To confirm and continue with programming, press the menu 2 button.
To return to the previous parameter, press the menu 1 button.
Parameter ut E D MAX NIGHT TEMPERATURE
Use buttons 4 and 5 to set maximum temperature for the night period.
To confirm and continue with programming, press the menu 2 button.
To return to the previous parameter, press the menu 1 button.
When the stove switches off because the maximum temperature has been reached, the display shows
“DOFF”. The stove will switch on again automatically when the room temperature is 3°C lower than the
maximum temperature set.
Stove status D DOFF
Max. temperature set D 25°C
When the room temperature goes below 22°C (25 – 3 = 22°C), the stove will automatically start again.
Ex.
This only occurs when the stove is in “DOFF” status and not “OFF” status.
Manual controls always have priority over the programming.
PELLET LOAD MENU
If the stove has operating problems due to the quantity of pellets, you can adjust the pellet load directly
from the remote control.
Problems related to the quantity of pellets fall into one of two categories:
1. LACK OF PELLETS :
™ The stove cannot develop a suitable flame, tending to burn very poorly even at high speeds.
™ At the lowest speed, the stove tends to almost burn out, causing the stove to go into “NO PELLET”
alarm status
™ When “NO PELLET” is displayed, there may still be some unburned pellets in the brazier
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2. EXCESS PELLETS :
™ The stove develops a very high flame even at low speeds
™ The flame tends to soil the stove window, darkening it almost completely
™ The brazier tends to get incrusted, blocking the air inlet holes, due to the excessive pellet load that
is only partially burned
If this problem occurs just a few months after installation, check to make sure that the user is correctly
carrying out the regular cleaning schedule described in the instruction manual.
The adjustment is made on a percentage basis, and therefore any change of this parameter leads to a
proportional variation on all loading speeds of the stove.
To access the percentage adjustment of pellet loading, proceed as follows:
1. Press the menu 1 button D the display will show “ROOM TEMP SET”
2. Press the menu 1 button again D sthe display will show “CLOCK SET MENU”
3. Press button 5 three times D the display will show “PELLET ADJUST MENU”
4. Confirm with the menu 2 button
When you have entered the programming function, the display will show the following parameters:
Parameter ist A D PELLET LOAD
Use buttons 4 and 5 to set the percentage increase/decrease at 5 point intervals (the parameter can be
modified with a maximum scale from -50 to +50). When the adjustment has been made, press menu 2 or
1 to confirm and exit.
Adjustment table
Increase the percentage by 5 percent and try the stove with this new setting for at
least half an hour. If the problem is reduced but not resolved, increase by a further 5
percent. Repeat this process until the problem is resolved.
If the problem cannot be resolved, contact the service centre.
Decrease the value by 5 percent and try the stove with this new setting for at least half an hour.
EXCESS
If the problem is reduced but not resolved, decrease by a further 5 percent. Repeat this process
PELLETS
until the problem is resolved.
If the problem cannot be resolved, contact the service centre.
When the adjustment has been made, press button 1 to confirm and escape.
LACK OF
PELLETS
LANGUAGE MENU
You can choose from the following languages available:
™ ITALIAN
™ ENGLISH
™ FRENCH
™ GERMAN
To access this menu, proceeds as follows:
1. Press the menu 1 button D the display will show “ROOM TEMP SET”
2. Press the menu 1 button again D the display will show “CLOCK SET MENU”
3. Press button 5 four times D the display will show “LANGUAGE”
4. Confirm with the menu 2 button
Use buttons 4 and 5 to select the desired language and confirm with the menu 2 button.
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ROOM THERMOSTAT
MECHANICAL THERMOSTAT (OPTIONAL)
A thermostat can be placed in a room adjacent to the one in which the stove is installed. Just connect
a mechanical thermostat (like those used for boilers) following the procedure described below. (We
recommend positioning the optional thermostat at a height of 1.50 m above floor level.).
Installation must be carried out by an authorised technician.
INSTALLING A MECHANICAL THERMOSTAT (OPTIONAL)
1. Switch off the appliance using the master switch on the back of the stove.
2. Disconnect the plug from the socket.
3. Referring to the electrical wiring diagram, connect the two thermostat wires to the respective terminals
on the back side of the stove, one red and one black.
Installation must be carried out by an authorised technician.
MECHANICAL THERMOSTAT OPERATION
1. Light the stove using button 1.
2. Set the desired heating power using buttons 4 and 5.
3. Use the menu 1 button to go to the menu “ROOM TEMP SET” and set on “MIN” using button 4.
4. Set the desired room temperature on the external thermostat (e.g. 21 °C).
At this point, the external thermostat will control stove operation as follows:
™ Thermostat with closed contact D the stove switches on and operates at the power set, and the
display shows “T ON”.
™ Thermostat with open contact D the stove goes to the minimum power even if the display shows the
previously set value; the display will then show “MIN”.
MECHANICAL THERMOSTAT OPERATION IN STANDBY MODE (TO BE USED ALSO
FOR REMOTE ACTUATOR)
The Standby function is used to further reduce pellet consumption by switching off the stove when the
desired temperature has been reached.
As the temperature drops, the stove will automatically switch on again.
1. Set the desired temperature using buttons 4 and 5.
2. Use the menu 1 button to go to the menu “ROOM TEMP SET” and set on “MIN” using button 4.
3. Press button 1 for three seconds; the display will show “STBY”.
At this point the thermostat will control the stove as described below:
™ Thermostat with closed contact: D the stove switches on and operates at the power set. The display
shows “T ON”.
™ Thermostat with open contact:Dthe stove switches off or stays off, and the display shows “STBY”.
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ATTENTION !!!
Using an external room thermostat in the various modes, the day-night temperature function
is disabled in automatic mode.
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CLEANING
CLEANING THE BRAZIER
The brazier must be cleaned daily.
™ Remove the brazier from its container and clean
the holes using the supplied relevant tool (see
figure 11.1).
™ Remove the ash from the brazier using a vacuum
cleaner.
™ Suck-up the ash deposited in the brazier
compartment
figure 10.1
USE OF SCRAPERS
Cleaning the heat exchangers guarantees a constant
heat yield over time. This type of maintenance must
be carried out at least once a day. To do this just use
the appropriate scrapers positioned in the upper part
of the stove, performing the horizontal movement
several times.
CLEANING OF ASH COLLECTION
COMPARTMENTS
figure 10.2
The ash collection compartments (indicated in figure
11.3) should be emptied as needed using a vacuum
cleaner.
CLEANING THE HEAT EXCHANGER
(MONTHLY)
The heat exchanger chamber has to be cleaned
once a month because the ash residue deposited on
the back of the cast iron furnace wall obstructs the
regular flue gas flow.
To be able to access the heat exchangers, it is
necessary to remove the central part of the furnace
wall as described below:
™ Remove the brazier from its frame
™ Rotate the door latch by 180° (figure 11.5).
™ Take the pull-out cast iron and rotate it
downwards.
™ Remove it from the combustion chamber by
pulling it towards you. Pay attention to the two
lateral cast iron levers.
figure 10.3
figure 10.4
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Once the heat exchanger chamber is accessible, use
the ash hook to remove the deposited residues and
scrape off any encrustation. Finally use a vacuum
cleaner to complete the cleaning (figure 11.7). After
that, proceed in reverse order to reposition the pullout cast iron. Once the furnace wall is in position,
rotate the door latch by 180° to return it to its original
position.
figure 10.5
figure 10.6
figure 10.7
DOOR, ASH DRAWER AND BRAZIER SEALS
The seals ensure that the stove is hermetically sealed and consequently that it operates correctly.
The seals should be checked periodically and replaced immediately if worn or damaged.
These operations must be carried out by an authorised technician.
To ensure correct operation, the stove should have general maintenance performed at
least once a year by an authorised technician.
If the power cable is damaged, it must only be replaced by the service centre or by a qualified technician,
in order to avoid any risks.
CHIMNEY CONNECTION
Once a year, or whenever needed, vacuum and clean the duct that leads to the chimney.
If there are horizontal sections, remove any ash residues before they can obstruct passage of the smoke.
FAILURE TO CLEAN jeopardises safety.
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BRAZIER PARTITION
The insert is supplied with a divider fixed to the brazier by a screw, which allows to optimise stove
combustion processes.
ATTENTION!!!
The removal of the partition jeopardises product safety and leads to the immediate
invalidation of the warranty period. In the event or wear or deterioration, request a
replacement from the assistance service (the replacement does not come under the terms
of the warranty as the part is particularly subject to wear and tear).
figure 10.8
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TABLE OF DISPLAY MESSAGES
INDICATIONS
Message
Display
Cause
CLEANING WAIT
An attempt has been made to switch on
a stove again when it has just been shut
down (normal shutdown or caused by an
alarm).
MAX
Room Thermostat set at max. value.
MIN
Room Thermostat set at min. value.
T ON
An external thermostat has been
connected.
The room thermostat probe has
disconnected from the board.
The room thermostat probe is
interrupted.
STBY
DOFF
NO RANGE
COOLING
BLACK OUT
When the stove has just been shut down (normal
shutdown or caused by an alarm situation), you have
to wait until it is completely cold and then clean the
brazier.
It is possible to re-start the stove only after having
carried out this operation.
In this mode, the stove no longer has a temperature
level but works in manual mode with 5 powers. To
exit this mode, press button 2 to lower the room
temperature.
In this mode, the stove only works exclusively at the
1st power level, independently from the set power.
To exit this Mode, press button 3 to increase the
temperature.
To exclude an external thermostat, simply disconnect
it.
Other resetting operations must be carried out
by an authorised technician.
In this mode, the stove can be switched on/off
by using an external thermostat (see “Mechanical
Stove is off and waiting to start again.
thermostat with energy saving”)
To exclude this function, increase the room
temperature by pressing button 3.
To stop the stove from starting once more, (because
Stove is off because of “Day/Night of the “Day/Night Temperature Function”) press button
Temperature Function” and waiting to 1 for three seconds, turning the stove OFF.
start again.
To disable this function completely, hold down button
4 and press button 5 at the same time.
Check the power supply of the stove.
Carry out the procedure “Selecting the operating
frequency” described in the manual.
Remote control energy saving: press button 4 or 5 to
restore correct operation.
Lack of communication between remote
N.B. Certain radio-frequency devices (e.g. mobile
control and stove.
and cordless phones, etc.) may interrupt the
communication between the remote control and the
stove.
Other resetting operations must be carried out by
an authorised technician.
No current on the general power supply.
The automatic cleaning of the brazier is
BRAZIER CLEANING in progress.
DOOR OPEN
Solution
The fire door is open
TABLE OF DISPLAY MESSAGES
When the shutdown cycle is completed, the stove will
light again automatically.
The automatic cleaning of the brazier takes place at
regular set intervals. The automatic cleaning does not
start if the stove is at the first power level
Keep the door closed during normal operation.
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ALARMS
Message
Display D1
Cause
Indicates the presence of an alarm
GAS FAN
GAS PROBE
HIGH GAS TEMP
DEPRESSION
NO FLAME
NO FLAME
BLACK OUT
NO PELLET
The flue gas motor is blocked
The speed control probe is faulty.
No power supply to the flue gas motor.
The exhaust flue gas probe is broken.
The exhaust flue gas probe is
disconnected from the board.
The cross-flow fan is faulty.
Excessive pellet feed.
No power supply to the cross-flow fan.
The flue gas exhaust pipe is obstructed.
The air inlet is blocked.
The combustion chamber is dirty.
The pressure sensor is faulty.
The ash drawer is not closed properly.
The door is not closed properly.
Solution
This indicator lights up when one of the alarms described
below is in progress and is accompanied by the
corresponding indication on display D1. To reset the alarm,
press button 1 and hold for three seconds when the stove is
completely cold.
If the light is flashing, it indicates that the depression sensor
is deactivated.
All resetting operations must be carried out by an
authorised technician.
All resetting operations must be carried out by an
authorised technician
All resetting operations must be carried out by an
authorised technician
Adjust the flow of pellets (see “Pellet Load Adjustment”).
Other resetting operations must be carried out by an
authorised technician.
Check to make sure that the exhaust outlet and the
combustion chamber are clean.
Check that the air inlet is not blocked.
Check to see if the drawer is sealed properly.
Check to see if the door is sealed properly.
Other resetting operations must be carried out by an
authorised technician.
The pellet tank is empty.
Check the level in the pellet tank.
The spark plug is faulty or out of
Check the procedures described in “Ignition”.
position.
Other resetting operations must be carried out by an
Inadequate pellet load setting.
authorised technician.
No electricity during the lighting phase.
Press button 1 to switch OFF the stove and repeat the
procedure described in “Ignition”.
Other resetting operations must be carried out by an
authorised technician.
The pellet tank is empty.
Check the level in the pellet tank.
Pellet feeding is insufficient.
Adjust the flow of pellets (see “Pellet Load Adjustment”).
The feed motor still has to settle in.
Other resetting operations must be carried out by an
The geared motor is not loading pellets.
authorised technician.
Every time the stove visualises one of the above-listed
alarms it will automatically switch off.
The stove will block any attempt to release the alarm during
this phase visualising the alarm itself and CLEANING WAIT
alternately .
Release of the alarm using button 1 is only possible when
the appliance is switched off.
When an alarm occurs, the type of alarm detected and the
telephone number of the service centre flash on the display
Display of the service centre telephone
in alternation.
number.
If the number has not been entered, the display shows a
series of dashes.
CLEANING WAIT
+
Attempt to release alarm with stove still
cooling
alarm
TEL
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INDICATOR LIGHTS
LED indicator
light
Meaning
Description
Weekly Programmer function
This LED is on/off when Weekly programmer is on/ off.
For all the settings regarding this function, see the section
Weekly programmer.
Room Thermostat function
This LED is on/off when the room temperature is lower/higher
than the temperature set.
To modify the temperature setting, use buttons 2 and 3 during
normal operation.
Day-Night temperature function
This LED is on/off when the Day-Night temperature function
is on/off.
To enable/disable the Day-Night temperature function,
simply hold down button 4 and press button 5. For all settings
concerning this function, see the Day-Night temperature
function paragraph.
Spark plug deactivation
This LED is on/off when the spark plug is active/inactive.
To reactivate the spark plug, contact an authorised
technician.
Flue gas motor operation
This LED is on/off when the flue motor is running/not running.
Pellet load motor operation
The LED is on/off when the pellet loading motor is active/
deactivated.
During normal operation, this LED flashes intermittently.
Cross-flow fan operation
The LED is on/off when the cross-flow fan is on/off.
Each time you press a button on the remote control, this LED
should light up.
Communication established between If it stays on, it means that communication between the
remote control and stove
remote control and the stove is blocked.
To reset remote control operation, contact an authorised
technician.
Not used
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Not used
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WARRANTY
EXTRAFLAME S.p.A. is the owner of the rights described by Legislative Decree no. 24 of 2 February
2002, and the following warranty does not alter such rights.
This warranty offered by Extraflame S.p.A., based in Montecchio Precalcino (VI), Italy, in Via dell’Artigianato,
10, covers all the parts of the stoves supplied by Extraflame S.p.A., and includes repair or replacement, free
of charge, of any faulty part, if:
™ the defect is detected within 2 YEARS from delivery date and is reported to an Extraflame Technical
Assistance Centre within 2 months of its detection;
™ an Extraflame Technical Assistance Centre acknowledges the problem as a defect.
If necessary interventions by an Extraflame Technical Assistance Centre are covered by the warranty
certificate, they shall be provided free of charge.
WARRANTY CONDITIONS
The warranty is considered valid on condition that:
1. the appliance is installed by an authorized technician according to the requirements stated in the
booklets provided with the products and to current norms;
2. the customer sends the warranty card, entirely filled in and validated by the vendor or by an Extraflame
Technical Assistance Centre;
3. the warranty certificate, filled in and including the purchase receipt, is duly kept and presented to
Extraflame Technical Assistance Centre personnel in case of intervention.
The warranty is not considered valid if:
1. the warranty conditions above have not been respected.
2. installation has not been carried out according to norms and to the requirements stated in the
booklets.
3. fault is due to client’s negligence or failure to perform maintenance operations.
4. electric and/or hydraulic plants are not compliant with current norms.
5. damage is due to atmospheric, chemical, electrochemical agents, to improper use of the product, to
alterations or tampering with the product, to inefficiency and/or inadequacy of the flue and/or other
causes not due to product manufacture.
6. damage is caused by normal corrosion phenomena or typical deposit found in heating plants (condition
applies for water products only).
7. damage is caused by using non original parts or by interventions carried out by technical personnel not
authorised by Extraflame S.p.A.
8. the stove has been used improperly or negligently.
9. damage is caused by transport. It is therefore advisable to accurately check the goods upon delivery and
to immediately report to the vendor in case of damage, writing a note on the transport document and
on the copy kept by the carrier.
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Extraflame S.p.A. is not liable for any direct or indirect damage to persons, things or pets caused by failure
to follow the indications in this booklet or the current norms regarding installation and maintenance of
the appliance.
The warranty excludes:
™ Seals, all the ceramic and tempered glass parts, casings and grills in cast iron or Ironker, painted,
chromed, or gilded parts, the majolica ceramics, the handles and electrical cables.
™ Chromatic variations, tiny cracks in the glaze, and slight dimensional differences in the majolica parts
shall not constitute reasons for claims, as they are natural characteristics of these materials.
™ Building works.
™ For thermo-products: the parts of the plumbing system not supplied by EXTRAFLAME S.p.A..
™ The heat exchanger is not covered by warranty in case no suitable anti-condensation circuit is present
(water products only).
™ The warranty excludes any calibrations or adjustments of the product based on the type of fuel or the
type of installation.
Further clauses
If any defective or malfunctioning part is found during normal use of the appliance, the part shall be
replaced free of charge by the vendor from which the appliance was purchased, or at our local Technical
Assistance Centre.
For products sold outside Italy, such problems shall also be solved free of charge, with the exception of
particular conditions agreed during negotiation with our external dealer.
The warranty is not extended if parts are replaced.
No compensation is acknowledged for the period of inefficiency of the product.
This is the only valid warranty and no-one is authorised to supply others in the name of or on behalf of
EXTRAFLAME S.p.A.
Advised testing (to be paid for)
Extraflame advises a functional testing to be carried out by an Extraflame Authorised Technical Assistance
Centre, which will supply all information necessary for correct usage.
SERVICE UNDER WARRANTY
The service request must be forwarded to the vendor.
RESPONSIBILITY
EXTRAFLAME S.p.A. shall not be liable for any direct or indirect damage caused by or depending on the
product.
COMPETENT COURT
For any controversy, the competent court shall be the court of Vicenza, Italy.
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EXTRAFLAME S.p.A.
Via Dell’Artigianato, 12
36030 MONTECCHIO PRECALCINO
Vicenza - ITALY
Tel. 0445/865911
Fax 0445/865912
www.lanordica-extraflame.com
E-mail: info@extraflame.com
This document is at your disposal at www.extraflame.it/support
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