5109644/01
INSTALLER GUIDE
Quantum
&
Urban
Model 746
(GC No. 32-032-57)
INSET LIVE FUEL EFFECT GAS FIRE
THIS APPLIANCE IS FOR USE WITH NATURAL GAS (G20)
WHEN CONVERTED USING CONVERSION KIT NO. 0595221 THIS
APPLIANCE IS FOR USE WITH PROPANE GAS (G31)
THIS APPLIANCE IS SUITABLE ONLY FOR INSTALLATION IN THE UNITED
KINGDOM (GB) AND THE REPUBLIC OF IRELAND (IE).
We trust that these instructions give sufficient details to enable this appliance to be
installed and maintained satisfactorily. However, if further information is required, our
Valor Technical Helpline will be pleased to help.
Telephone 08706 061 065 (National call rates apply in the United Kingdom)
In the Republic of Ireland call 0044 08706 061 065
INSTALLER: Please leave this guide with the owner
© Valor Heating
INSTALLER GUIDE
Safety First.
Valor fires are CE Approved and designed to meet the appropriate British Standards and
Safety Marks.
Quality and Excellence.
At the heart of every Valor fire.
All Valor fires are manufactured to the highest standards of quality and excellence and
are manufactured under a BS EN ISO 9001 quality system accepted by the British
Standards Institute.
The Highest Standards
Valor is a member of the Society of British Gas Industries which works to ensure high
standards of safety, quality and performance.
Careful Installation
Valor is a CORGI registered company. All our gas fires must be
installed by a competent CORGI Registered Installer in accordance
with our Installer Guide and should not be fitted directly on to a
carpet or floor of combustible material.
Valor Heating, Erdington, Birmingham B24 9QP
www.valor.co.uk
Because our policy is one of constant development and improvement, details may vary slightly from those
given in this publication
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CONTENTS
Section Heading
1. SAFETY
2. APPLIANCE DATA
3. GENERAL INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
4. PACK CONTENTS
5. FIREPLACE CHECK
5.1 Fireplace check
5.2 Fireplace Flue Pull
6. IGNITION CHECK
7. GAS SUPPLY CONNECTION
8. PREPARING APPLIANCE FOR INSTALLATION
9. FIREBOX INSTALLATION
9.1 Method 1- Front Fixing to Fireplace Surround
9.2 Method 2 - Cable Retention
9.3 Floor Sealing (All Installations)
10. BURNER INSTALLATION
10.1 Burner & Supply Pipe Installation
10.2.1 Lighting the burner
10.2.2 Operating the burner.
10.3 Reference Pressure Check
10.4 Fitting the burner tray trim.
11. FITTING THE FRONT SURROUND
11.1 Fitting The Quantum Front Surround.
11.2 Fitting The Urban Front Surround.
12. CERAMIC COALS INSTALLATION
13. CERAMIC PEBBLE INSTALLATION
14. FULL OPERATING CHECKS
15. SPILLAGE & FLAME SUPERVISION CHECKS
15.1 Check for Spillage
15.2 Flame Supervision & Spillage Monitoring System
16. FINAL REVIEW
17. SERVICING & PARTS REPLACEMENT
17.1 Checking the aeration setting of the burner.
17.2 To Remove the Fire Front Surround
17.3 To Remove the Burner Unit
17.4 To Remove the Pilot Unit
17.5 To Remove the gas valve
17.6 To Replace the Burner
17.7 To Remove the Main Burner Injector
17.8 To Remove the Appliance from the Fireplace
18. SHORT LIST OF SPARES
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1. SAFETY
Installer
Before continuing any further with the installation of this appliance please read the
following guide to manual handling
The lifting weight of this appliance is as below: Model
Quantum
Urban
Weight (kG)
10.0
10.0
One person should be sufficient to lift the fire. If for any reason this weight is
considered too heavy then obtain assistance.
When lifting always keep your back straight. Bend your legs and not your back.
Avoid twisting at the waist. It is better to reposition your feet.
Avoid upper body/top heavy bending. Do not lean forward or sideways whilst
handling the fire.
Always grip with the palm of the hand. Do not use the tips of fingers for support.
Always keep the fire as close to the body as possible. This will minimise the
cantilever action.
Use gloves to provide additional grip.
Always use assistance if required.
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2. APPLIANCE DATA
This product uses fuel effect pieces and a burner compartment rear wall
containing Refractory Ceramic Fibres (RCF), which are man-made vitreous
silicate fibres. Excessive exposure to these materials may cause irritation to eyes,
skin and respiratory tract. Consequently, it is important to take care when
handling these articles to ensure that the release of dust is kept to a minimum. To
ensure that the release of fibres from these RCF articles is kept to a minimum,
during installation and servicing we recommend that you use a HEPA filtered
vacuum to remove any dust and soot accumulated in and around the fire before
and after working on the fire. When replacing these articles we recommend that
the replaced items are not broken up, but are sealed within a heavy duty polythene
bag, clearly labelled as RCF waste. This is not classified as “hazardous waste” and
may be disposed of at a tipping site licensed for the disposal of industrial waste.
Protective clothing is not required when handling these articles, but we recommend
you follow the normal hygiene rules of not smoking, eating or drinking in the work
area and always wash your hands before eating or drinking.
This appliance does not contain any component manufactured from asbestos or
asbestos related products.
Gas
Inlet Pressure
Input - Max. (Gross)
Input - Min. (Gross)
Inlet Test Pressure (Cold)
Gas Connection
Burner Injector
Pilot & Atmosphere Sensing
Device
Ignition
Aeration
Natural (G20)
20mbar
6.0kW (20,500Btu/h)
2.3kW (7,850Btu/h)
20.0 ± 1.0mbar (8.0 ± 0.4in
w.g.)
Propane (G31) *
37mbar
6.1kW (20,800Btu/h)
3.8kW (12,965Btu/h)
37.0 ± 1.0 mbar (14.85 ±
0.4in w.g.)
8mm pipe
Stereomatic Cat 82 - 069
8mm pipe
Stereomatic Size 128
Copreci Ref. O.D.S
21500/166 Fitted with RBM
180 - 02 injector
Copreci Ref. O.D.S
21500/166
Piezo Electric. Integral with Piezo Electric. Integral with
Gas Tap
Gas Tap
See section 17.1
Non-adjustable
* When converted using Kit 0595221
The appliance data label is located on a plate at the base of the fire. This can be seen by
removing the lower hanging trim.
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3. GENERAL INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
3.1 The installation must be in accordance with these instructions.
For the user’s protection, in the United Kingdom it is the law that all gas appliances are
installed by competent persons in accordance with the current edition of the Gas Safety
(Installation and Use) Regulations. Failure to install the appliance correctly could lead
to prosecution. The Council for the Registration of Gas Installers (CORGI) requires its
members to work to recognised standards.
In the United Kingdom the installation must also be in accordance with:
All the relevant parts of local regulations.
All relevant codes of practice.
The relevant parts of the current editions of the following British Standards: BS 715
BS 1251
BS 1289 Part 1 BS EN 1806
BS 4543 Part 2 BS 5440 Part 1 BS 5440 Part 2 BS 5871 Part 1
BS 6461 Part 1 BS 6891
In England and Wales, the current edition of the Building Regulations issued by the
Department of the
Environment and the
Welsh Office
In Scotland, the current
edition of the Building
Standards (Scotland)
Regulations issued by
the Scottish Executive.
In Northern Ireland, the
current edition of the
Building regulations
(Northern Ireland) issued
by the Department of the
Environment for
Northern Ireland.
In the republic of Ireland
the installation must be
carried out by a
Figure 1. Hearth and Fireplace Opening Dimensions
competent person and
installed in accordance with:
a)
The current edition of IS 813 “Domestic gas installations”
b)
All relevant national and local rules in force.
c)
The current building regulations
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Where no specific instructions are given, reference should be made to the relevant
British Standard Code of Practice.
3.2 In the United Kingdom, as supplied, this appliance can be installed in the
following situations: 3.2.1 A masonry chimney with a minimum diameter of 175mm (7”) free from any
obstruction, and with any damper or restrictor plate in the chimney removed or secured,
and having a minimum effective flue height of 3m (10ft). A masonry chimney having a
correctly installed flue liner to BS715 and with a minimum flue diameter of 125mm is
also acceptable. Chair brick removal may not be required providing at least 50mm
clearance is available from the flue outlet to any fireplace component. The appliance is
designed to cater for low lintel installations (min height 505mm) providing a minimum
distance of 25mm is maintained between the lintel and the front face of the fireplace
(i.e. 25mm rebated fire surround).
3.2.1.1 ‘Hole-in-the-wall’ Installations
It is recommended that a hearth should be installed as in figure 1.
If a hearth is not fitted, the fire must be installed so that the distance from the
base of the fireplace opening in the wall to the finished floor level is at least 72mm.
3.2.2 To a fireplace incorporating a metal flue
box conforming to BS715 with a minimum
internal depth of 150mm. Incombustible
mineral wool insulation of not less than
50mm thickness must be applied to the top
surface of the firebox (See figure 2) and it
must stand on a non-combustible hearth. See
figure 1.
3.2.3 To a fireplace that has a precast
concrete or clay flue block system
conforming to BS1289 or BS EN 1806. The
appliance is suitable for installations
conforming to older versions of BS1289 as
well as the current edition. The flue blocks
must have a minimum width not less than
63mm and a cross-sectional area not less than
13,000mm2. Older editions of BS1289
Figure 2. Metal Flue Box
required a cross-sectional area of 13,000mm2.
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The current revision of the standard requires 16,500mm2. This appliance is suitable in
both cases. The total depth of the opening measured from the finished front of the
fireplace (Including plaster, surround etc.) must be not less than 120mm. See figure 3.
The current versions of BS1289 and BS EN 1806 recommend that there should be an air
space or insulation between the flue blocks and the plaster because heat transfer may
cause cracking on directly plastered
flues. However, generally this appliance
is suitable for installations under all
circumstances unless there is a history of
cracking problems. Remember that faults
such as cracking may be caused by
poorly built and restrictive flues, e.g.
mortar extrusions, too many bends, flue
heights below three metres, restrictive
terminations, etc.
3.2.4 If the fireplace opening is greater
than the acceptable dimensions given in
this guide, do not use the back of a fire
surround or marble to reduce the
opening. This may cause cracking of the
surround back or marble.
3.3 The following flues are suitable:
225mm x 225mm conventional brick
flue.
If a flue liner is used, it must be a
minimum of 125mm diameter. The liner
must be sealed to the surrounding area
above the fireplace opening and to the
Figure 3. Pre-cast Fireplace
top of the chimney. An approved terminal
must be fitted.
A properly constructed precast flue conforming to B.S 1289 or BS EN 1806.
A flue pipe with a minimum diameter of 127mm. See B.S 6461 Part 1 for suitable
materials. Metal flue pipes must comply with B.S 715.
3.3.1 The minimum effective height of the flue must be 3m.
3.3.2 The flue must be clear of any obstruction and its base must be clear of debris.
3.3.3 The flue must be completely sealed so that combustion products do not come into
contact with combustible materials outside the chimney.
3.3.4 The flue must serve only one fireplace.
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3.4 The flue must conform to BS 5440: Part 1 in design and installation.
The flue, measured from the bottom of the fireplace opening to the bottom of the
terminal, shall be not less than 3m in actual vertical height. When calculated in
accordance with BS 5440: Part 1 Annex A, the minimum equivalent height of the flue
shall be 2.0m of 125mm dia. flue pipe.
3.5 The flue must not be used for any other appliance or application.
3.6 Any chimney dampers or restrictors should be removed. If removal is not
possible they must be fixed in the open position.
3.7 If the appliance is intended to be installed to a chimney, which was previously
used for solid fuel, the flue must be swept clean prior to installation. All flues should be
inspected for soundness and freedom from blockages.
3.8 If the fireplace opening is an underfloor draught type, it must be sealed to stop
any draughts.
3.9 The appliance must be mounted behind a non-combustible hearth (N.B.
conglomerate marble hearths are considered as non-combustible). The appliance can be
fitted to a purpose made proprietary class “O”-150°C surround. The hearth material
must be at least 12mm thick. The periphery of the hearth (or fender) should be at least
50mm above floor level to discourage the placing of carpets or rugs over it.
The appliance must not stand on combustible materials or carpets (See figure 1).
3.10 The front face of the fireplace should be reasonably flat over the area covered by
the hotbox top and side flange seals to ensure good sealing. These faces should be made
good if necessary.The fireplace floor should be reasonably flat to ensure that a good seal
with the hotbox can be made.
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3.11 The minimum height from the top surface of the hearth to the underside of any
shelf made from wood or other combustible materials is detailed below.
• For a shelf up to 150mm deep: Minimum height = 750mm.
• For a shelf deeper than 150mm: 150mm + 12.5mm for every 25mm depth over
150mm. (See Graph 1)
Graph 1. Combustible shelf clearances
3.12 Note that soft wall coverings (e.g. embossed vinyl, etc.) are easily affected by
heat. They may scorch or become discoloured when close to a heating appliance. Please
bear this in mind when installing.
3.13 The appliance must not be installed in any room, which contains a bath, or shower
or where steam is regularly present.
3.14 An extractor fan may only be used in the same room as this appliance, or in any
area from which ventilation for the appliance is taken, if it does not affect the safe
performance of the appliance. Note the spillage test requirements detailed further on in
this manual. If the fan is likely to affect the appliance, the appliance must not be
installed unless the fan is permanently disconnected.
3.15 Normal adventitious ventilation is usually sufficient to satisfy the ventilation
requirements of this appliance. In GB reference should be made to BS 5871 Part 2 and
in IE reference should be made to the current edition of IS 813 “Domestic gas
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Installations” which makes clear the conditions that must be met to demonstrate that
sufficient ventilation is available
3.16 Propane gas appliances must not be installed in a room, which is built entirely
below ground level (See BS 5871 Pt2).
3.17 If the appliance is to be fitted against a wall with combustible cladding, the
cladding must be removed from the area
covered by the outer surround. The cladding
must also not touch the surround. (See figure 4).
We suggest that the actual surround is used as a
template to mark the area for combustible
cladding removal and that this area is increased
by at least 2mm all round.
3.18 The minimum allowable distance from the
outside of the appliance case to a corner wall
having combustible material or any other
combustible surface which projects beyond the
front of the appliance is shown in figure 5.
A 50mm access clearance from a noncombustible surface is necessary at the left side. Figure 4. Removal of Combustible
cladding (Shown with Quantum
See figure 5.
surround)
Quantum
Figure 5. Appliance dimensions
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Urban
Figure 5 Continued. Appliance dimensions
3.19 Proprietary terminals must comply with BS 715 or BS 1289. Any terminal or
termination must be positioned in accordance with BS 5440 Part 1 to ensure that the
products of combustion can be safely dispersed into the outside atmosphere. Where the
appliance is connected to an unlined brick chimney it is generally unnecessary for the
chimney pot to be replaced or for a terminal to be fitted unless the flue has a diameter
smaller than 170mm.
3.20 The appliance is fitted with an A.S.D (Atmosphere sensing device). If the
appliance closes down after a period of operation for no apparent reason, the consumer
should be informed to stop using the appliance until the installation and appliance have
been thoroughly checked. The A.S.D will shut the appliance down if an unacceptable
amount of harmful products of combustion accumulate. Under no circumstances should
the A.S.D be altered or bypassed in any way. Only a genuine manufacturers replacement
part should be fitted. The individual A.S.D components are not replaceable.
3.21 A fireguard complying with BS 8423 should be fitted for the protection of young
children, the elderly, or the infirm.
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4. PACK CONTENTS
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
2
1
4
4
4
1
1
1
1
2
Hotbox, Trim and Burner assembly (Quantum)
Hotbox and burner assembly (Urban)
Literature Pack
Plinth (Quantum)
Surround assembly (Urban)
Loose parts pack including: Machine screws for fixing Plinth (Quantum)
Burner tray trim
Length of Self-Adhesive Foam seal
Tension Cables
Cable Adjusters
Flue restrictor with 2 securing screws
Eyebolts
Fibre Plugs
Woodscrews
Strip of Floor Sealing Tape
Nut and Olive for 8mm Inlet Pipe
“T” connector including pressure test point
Grommet for rear of hotbox.
Surround fixing screws (Urban)
For models supplied with a coal ceramic fuel effect:
1 Front coal base
1 Rear coal base
1 Loose coals Pack
For models supplied with a Pebble ceramic fuel effect:
1 Front pebble base
1 Rear pebble base
1 Loose pebble pack
Remove all the items carefully to prevent damage. Take special care when handling the
ceramic components. Some items may be contained in the packaging fitments Examine the packaging carefully before discarding. Check that all the items are present
and undamaged.
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Figure 6. Pack Contents
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5. FIREPLACE CHECK
5.1 Fireplace check
5.1.1 Fireplace size
The fireplace must comply with the requirements described in section 3.2. This may
entail removing the fireback and infill material behind the fireback.
5.1.2 Fireplace general condition
The fireplace floor should be reasonably flat to ensure that the hotbox can be installed
without it rocking and so that a good seal can be made at the bottom front of the box.
The front face of the fireplace should be reasonably flat over the area covered by the
hotbox top and side flange seals to ensure good sealing. These faces should be made
good if necessary. If the appliance is to be fitted against a wall with combustible
cladding, the cladding must be removed from the area covered by the outer surround.
The cladding must also not touch the surround. (See figure 4). We suggest that the
actual surround is used as a template to mark the area for combustible cladding removal
and that this area is increased by at least 2mm all round.
5.1.3 Soundness for appliance attachment
Two primary methods of retaining the appliance are provided: 1) By fixing to the fireplace front surround.
2) Using concealed tension cables fixed to the rear of the fireplace opening together
with secondary fixing to the fireplace floor.
The methods are detailed in section 9 of this manual. Before selecting the retention
method, consult with the customer. Method 2 is provided for instances where drilling
holes in the front surface of the fireplace surround is unacceptable to the customer or
otherwise impractical. N.B. It is unwise to attempt to drill into marble without the
proper tools and equipment.
If method 1 is chosen, make sure that the front surround area is sound enough to take
the rawlplugs and woodscrews. If necessary, make sound with a suitable cement.
If method 2 is chosen, make sure that the areas at the back and towards the centre of the
fireplace floor are sound enough to take the eyebolts and screws. If these areas have
deteriorated due to prolonged use, they should be made sound with a suitable cement.
5.1.4 Installations using a metal flue box
The whole of the top surface of the metal flue box must be covered with a minimum
50mm layer of mineral wool or equivalent insulation. (See figure 2).
5.2 Fireplace Flue Pull
Close all doors and windows in the room in which the appliance is to be installed. After
confirming with a match that smoke is drawn into the flue, light a 13 gram smoke pellet
and check that there is a definite flow through the flue. Verify outside that the smoke
exits from one terminal only and that the termination is suitable. Observe where
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possible, upstairs rooms and loft spaces for signs of escaping smoke indicating a
defective flue. If there is not a definite flow warm the flue for a few minutes and repeat
the smoke pellet test. If there is still no definite flow the flue may need remedial work –
Do not fit the appliance until there is a definite flow through the flue.
6. IGNITION CHECK
Before attempting to install, it is worth checking that
the ignition system performs satisfactorily.
Set the control knob to the off position.
Depress the control knob and rotate it anticlockwise
to the pilot ignition position. A 'click' will be heard
as the integral piezo operates. A spark should be seen
between the electrode and pilot tip. If there is no
spark check the following: Ensure that the electrode lead is connected to the
terminal at the base of the electrode.
If the above is correct, check for damage to the
electrode lead.
Figure 7. Ignition operation
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7. GAS SUPPLY CONNECTION
A nut and olive are provided for an 8mm pipe inlet connection to the ‘T’ connector at
the bottom front of the appliance. The ‘T’ connector can be rotated to allow a
connection from any direction. The ‘T’ connector includes a valve for isolating the gas
supply and a pressure test point.
The supply pipe must be rigid material. Flexible pipe must not be used.
Concealed Supply Pipe Connection
If a concealed connection from inside the fireplace is required then, before the
appliance is fitted into the fireplace it will be necessary to extend the supply line so
that it will project through the hole in the back of the hotbox and run to the ‘T’
connector at the front. The pipe run from the supply line up to the rear opening in the
hotbox must be kept away from the area which will be taken by the hotbox when it is
installed. Note that the centre of the appliance inlet ‘T’ connector is 25mm above the
fireplace floor. The inlet ‘T’ connector should be fitted to the supply pipe at this stage.
8. PREPARING APPLIANCE FOR INSTALLATION
8.1 Appliance Preparation
1. Remove any transit tape and packing and
inspect for any evidence of mishandling
which might affect the performance. Each
unit is flame tested before it leaves the
factory and as a result there may be slight
discoloration around the burner ports.
Quantum model
2. Remove the two surround securing
screws (See figure 8). Remove the outer
surround by gently pulling the base of the
outer surround forward whilst lifting clear
of the case support bracket.
Figure 8. Case securing screws
All models
3. Detach the burner unit from the hotbox by removing two screws - See figure 9. Lift
the burner unit clear.
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IMPORTANT
Before continuing with the
installation of this gas fire the
aeration setting on the burner
must be checked. The aeration is
factory set for use with a ceramic
pebble fuel effect. See section 17.1
(Servicing and parts
replacement).
Figure 9. Burner attachment points
4. It is important that the grommet
supplied in the loose parts pack is fitted to
the hole in the rear of the hotbox.
5. There is a length of self adhesive foam
seal supplied with the fire. This will need to
be fitted to the outer rear edges of the side
and top flanges of the hotbox. Cut the foam
seal to the required length. Be careful not to
stretch the seal when measuring. Remove
the protective backing from the foam seal
and fit this to the rear of the top flange (See
figure 10).
8.2 The Flue Restrictor
This appliance is supplied with a flue
restrictor for use where the flue draught is
excessive. The restrictor must not be fitted
where a precast flue or a 125mm flue liner Figure 10. Fitting the foam seal
is used. For flue liners greater than 125mm
and all other installations the restrictor should be
fitted. There may however, be certain exceptional
circumstances where fitting the restrictor causes
the fire to fail the spillage test. In such cases the
restrictor will have to be removed. After removal
conduct the spillage check again.
The restrictor is packed flat with the appliance
and will require bending prior to fixing. Bend the Figure 11. Bending the restrictor
restrictor as shown in figure 11.
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Fit the restrictor as shown in figure 12 using the two
screws provided.
Figure 12. Fixing restrictor
9. FIREBOX INSTALLATION
9.1 Method 1- Front Fixing to Fireplace Surround
1. Make sure that the fireplace front surround area is
sound enough to take the rawlplugs and woodscrews. If
necessary, make sound with a suitable cement.
2. Place the hotbox centrally in the fireplace in the
position in which it is to be permanently installed. If a
concealed connection is being used, insert the hotbox
into the fireplace feeding the supply pipe through the
pierced hole in the rear seal.
3. Mark the fireplace front surround through the four
fixing holes in the side flanges of the hotbox. See figure
13.
4. Remove the hotbox. Drill four holes in the fireplace
front surround at the marked positions using a no.12
masonry drill.
5. Insert a rawlplug into each hole.
Figure 13. Front Fixing
6. Place the hotbox back in position in the fireplace.
7. Fit a woodscrew through each hole in the hotbox
flanges and tighten to seal the box to the fireplace surround.
9.2 Method 2 - Cable Retention
1. Make sure that the relevant areas at the fireplace back are sound enough to take the
eyebolts and screws. If these areas have deteriorated due to prolonged use they should
be made sound with a suitable cement.
2. Drill four holes in the rear wall of the fireplace for the eyebolt plugs. The holes
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should be drilled within the
range of positions shown in
figure 14 using a no.12
masonry drill. The holes
should be equidistant each
side of the centre line of the
fireplace to ensure that the
appliance finishes centrally in
the opening when tension is
applied to the cables.
3. Insert a fibre plug into each
hole. Use the fibre plugs
supplied with this appliance - Figure 14. Eyebolt Positions
Never use plastic plugs
instead of the fibre plugs supplied. Screw the
eyebolts into the plugs. Make sure that the
bolts are secure.
4. Place the hotbox unit close to the fireplace
but allow sufficient access into the fireplace
opening so that the cables can be threaded
through the eyebolts and returned through the
back of the hotbox. If a concealed connection
is being used, insert the hotbox into the
fireplace feeding the supply pipe through the
Figure 15. Upper cable retention
pierced hole in the rear grommet.
5. The rear of the hotbox has a slot and hole each side of
the outlet opening. Assemble one end of the cable to the
top of the fire by passing it through the small round hole
and locking by positioning the cable in the adjacent slot.
See figure 15. Give the cables a pull so that they grip.
6. Thread the cables through the eyebolts. Return the
cables through the holes near the bottom of the hotbox
side panels - See figure 16
7. Place the hotbox fully back into the fireplace opening
so that it is sealed against the fireplace front surround.
8. Fit a cable retainer over the bottom end of each cable.
9. Pull each cable taut. Push the cable retainers hard up
Figure 16. Cable Route
against the back panel. The end of the cable adjuster will
pass into the hole. Tighten the screws in the retainers so that they clamp the cables in
position. Apply tension to the cables by turning the hexagonal adjusters by hand. See
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figure 17.
10. Inspect the installation of the
hotbox against the fireplace surround.
If the hotbox is aligned squarely and
the sealing is satisfactory, fully tighten
the cable retainers.
11. If the hotbox is not correctly
aligned, release the tension on the
cables by slackening the screws and
turning the hexagonal adjusters fully
anticlockwise. The hotbox should then
automatically realign itself. Pull each
cable taut again and push the cable
retainers back against the back panel.
Again, tighten the screws in the
retainers and apply tension to the
cables by turning the hexagonal
adjusters clockwise as far as possible.
12. Do not cut off any excess cable,
instead coil up the cable so that they
are available to allow easy removal
and refitting of the appliance during
subsequent service calls.
Figure 17. Lower Cable Retention
9.3 Floor Sealing (All
Installations)
Using the floor sealing tape supplied, seal the
bottom of the hotbox to the fireplace and hearth
floor. Run the tape over the centre bracket.
Figure 18. Floor Sealing
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10. BURNER INSTALLATION
10.1 Burner & Supply Pipe Installation
1. Refit the burner unit to the hotbox using the two screws removed previously
2. Connect the supply line to the appliance.
3. If closed, open the isolating valve at the inlet ‘T’ connector.
4. Turn on the gas supply and pressure check the installation pipework for gas
soundness. In the United Kingdom check in accordance with the current edition of BS
6891. In the Republic of Ireland refer to the current edition of I.S. 813 “Domestic gas
installations”.
10.2.1 Lighting the burner
1. Depress the control knob and rotate it anticlockwise to the pilot ignition position. A
'click' will be heard as the integral piezo operates. A spark should be seen between the
electrode and pilot tip.
2. Turn the control knob clockwise to the 'Off' position. Repeat this operation until a
flame appears at the pilot. There may be a delay before the pilot lights due to air being
purged from the system. When a flame appears at the pilot keep the control knob
depressed and hold the pilot ignition position for five seconds. When the control knob is
released the pilot flame should remain lit.
10.2.2 Operating the burner.
1. When the pilot burner is operating properly, gradually turn the control knob anticlockwise to 'HIGH' (Depress the knob slightly to get past the pilot ignition position).
The main burner should now light. Depress the control knob slightly to release from the
'HIGH' position and turn back (clockwise) to 'LOW'. While turning, the burner flames
should gradually become lower but remain alight. Depress the control knob slightly to
release from the 'LOW' position and turn back (clockwise) to the Pilot ignition position.
The main burner should extinguish but the pilot should remain alight. Depress the
control knob slightly and turn back (clockwise) to turn OFF.
This will extinguish the pilot.
If the above checks are satisfactory, continue with the installation. If not, check the
control and ignition circuitry and components as described in the servicing section of
this guide.
10.3 Reference Pressure Check
The appliance is pre-set to give the correct heat input at the inlet pressure shown in
section 2 of this manual. No adjustment is necessary.
1. Check the inlet pressure by fitting a pressure gauge at the test point. The test point is
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on the inlet ‘T’ connector. See figure 19. Check the
pressure with the appliance alight and set at
maximum output.
2. After checking, turn off the appliance. Remove
the pressure gauge and replace the test point sealing
screw.
3. Relight the appliance. Turn to the maximum
output position and test around the sealing screw
for gas soundness with a suitable leak detection
fluid.
Figure 19. Pressure test point
10.4 Fitting the burner tray trim.
1. Fit the burner tray trim over the front rim of
the burner tray. Push the trim fully down. See
figure 20
Figure 20. Burner Tray Trim
11. FITTING THE FRONT SURROUND
11.1 Fitting The Quantum Front Surround.
1. Place the surround on top of the plinth.
Be careful not to drag the surround
across the top surface of the plinth as this
will scratch the plinth. Secure the
surround to the plinth using the two
screws supplied (See Figure 21).
2. Fit the surround to the appliance by
locating the top to the upper hanging
bracket (Figure 22), then attaching it to
the body of the appliance using the two
screws supplied (Figure 21)
3. Fit the lower hanging trim to the
surround (Figure 23)
Figure 21. Fitting surround
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11.2 Fitting The Urban Front Surround.
1. Fit the surround to the appliance by locating the
top to the upper hanging brackets (Figure 24), then
attaching it to the
body of the
appliance using the
two screws
supplied (Figure
21)
2. Fit the lower
hanging trims to
the surround
(Figure 25)
Figure 23. Fitting the
Quantum lower hanging
trim
Figure 22. Fitting the
Quantum surround
Figure 24. Fitting the Urban
surround
Figure 25. Fitting the Urban lower hanging trims
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12. CERAMIC COALS INSTALLATION
This section is for models supplied with ‘Coal’ effect fuel bed only.
For ‘Pebble fuel bed’ see section 13
1. Place the rear base coal in the firebox.
It should rest on the ledges at the rear
sides of the burner unit. When located
gently move the rear base coal so that it
is as far forward as possible. The amount
of movement will be negligible (See
figure 26).
2. Place the front base coal in the firebox
with its bottom front locating over the
front rim of the firebox. Pull the coal
Figure 26. Rear Base Coal Position
forward so that it locates immediately
behind the front rim of the firebox.
(See figure 27).The front base coal
will touch the rear base coal as it is
located.
Figure 27. Front base coal position
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There are two types of loose coals.
These are identified with the letter
“A” or “B” on the underside of the
coal.
There are three “A” coals and two
“B” coals.
3. Place a type “A” coal between
the front and rear base coals with Figure 28.
the letter “A” upright and so that the
coal is against the left side of the
firebox. See figure 28.
4. Place a type “B” coal between the
front and rear base coals as shown in
figure 29. The letter “B” should be
upright.
5. Place a type “A” coal between
the front and rear base coals with
the letter “A” upright. The top of
the coal should rest against the
centre coal of the rear base coal as
shown in figure 30.
Figure 29.
Figure 30.
6. Place the remaining type “B” coal
at the right side of the firebox
between the front and rear base coals.
The letter “B” should be upright. The
coal should touch the right side of the
firebox. See figure 31.
Figure 31.
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7. Place the remaining type “A” coal
between the front and rear base coals.
The letter “A” should be upside down
with its rear face between the right
and centre coals of the rear base coal.
Angle the coal so that the gap
between it and the type “B” coal to its
right is appreciably larger than the
Figure 32.
gap between it and the type “A” coal
to its left but do not have it touching the type “A” coal. This will give the best flame
effect. See figure 32.
13. CERAMIC PEBBLE INSTALLATION
This section is for models supplied with ‘Pebbles’ effect fuel bed only.
For ‘Coal fuel bed’ see section 12
1. Place the rear base pebble in the firebox. It
should rest on the ledges at the rear sides of the
burner unit. See figure 33. When located gently
move the rear base pebble so that it is as far
forward as possible. The amount of movement will
be negligible (See figure 33).
2. Place the front base pebble in the firebox with its
bottom front locating over the front rim of the
firebox. Pull the pebble forward so that it locates
Figure 33 Rear Base Pebble
immediately behind the front rim of the firebox.
Position
(See figure 34).The front base pebble will touch
the rear base pebble as it is located.
Figure 34 Front Base Pebble
Position
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3. Install the 11 loose
pebbles as follows. The
underside of each
pebble is marked with a
letter ‘A’ to ‘K’ and an
arrow.
The pebbles should be
positioned so that the
arrows always point
towards the back of the
fireplace opening. When
located into position the
stem of each arrow
should be at 90° to the
rear of the fireplace
opening (See figure 35).
4. Hold pebble ‘A’
upright with the arrow
Figure 35.
pointing to the top.
Place pebble “A” on top
of the front base pebble. The
pebble should rest against the
moulded pebble to its left. (See
figure 35).
5. Hold pebble ‘B’ upright with the
arrow pointing to the top. Place
Figure 36.
pebble “B” on top of the front
base pebble. (See figure 36).
6. Hold pebble ‘C’ upright with the
arrow pointing to the top. Place
pebble “C” on top of the front base
pebble. It should lie against the
moulded pebble to its left. (See figure Figure 37.
37).
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7. Hold pebble ‘D’ upright with the arrow pointing to the top. Place pebble “D” on top
of the base front pebble. It should rest
against the moulded pebble to its
right. (See figure 38).
8. Hold pebble ‘E’ upright with the
arrow pointing to the top. Place
pebble ‘E’ between the front and rear
base pebbles. It should rest against the
Figure 38.
side of the firebox. (See figure 39).
9. Hold pebble ‘F’ upright with the
arrow pointing to the top. Place
pebble ‘F’ between the front and
rear base pebbles. It should rest on
top of pebble ‘A’ & ‘B’. (See figure
40).
Figure 39.
10. Hold pebble ‘G’ upright with the
arrow pointing to the top. Place
pebble ‘G’ between the front and rear
base pebbles. It should rest on top of
pebble ‘B’ & ‘C’ and rest against the
moulded pebble in the rear pebble
base. (See figure 41).
Figure 40.
Figure 41.
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11. Hold pebble ‘H’ upright with the
arrow pointing to the top. Place
pebble ‘H’ between the front and rear
base pebbles. It should rest in
between pebbles ‘C’ & ‘D’ and
against the moulded pebble in the rear
pebble base. (See figure 42).
12. Hold pebble ‘I’ upright with the
arrow pointing to the top. Place
pebble ‘I’ between the front and
rear base pebbles. It should rest
against the side of the firebox (See
figure 43).
Figure 42.
13. Hold pebble ‘J’ upright with the
Figure 43.
arrow pointing to the top. Place
pebble ‘J’ on top of the base pebble
rear. (See figure 44)
14. Hold pebble ‘K’ upright with the
arrow pointing to the top. Place
pebble ‘K’ on top of the base pebble
rear. (See figure 45)
Figure 44.
Figure 45.
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14. FULL OPERATING CHECKS8
Lift off the lower hanging trim to gain access to the control knob
14.1 Check the Control Settings
With the ceramic fuel effect in position the control operation must now be fully
rechecked. Make sure that the isolating valve at the ‘T’ connector is open.
When first turned on from cold, the flames will appear predominantly blue.
When operating the fire for the first time, some vapours may be given off which
could set off smoke alarms in the vicinity. These vapours are quite normal with new
appliances. They are totally harmless and will disappear after a few hours use.
14.1.1 Lighting the burner
1. If closed, open the isolating valve at the inlet ‘T’ connector.
2. Depress the control knob and rotate it anticlockwise to the pilot ignition position. A
'click' will be heard as the integral piezo operates. A spark should be seen between the
electrode and pilot tip.
3. Turn the control knob clockwise to the 'Off' position. Repeat this operation until a
flame appears at the pilot. There may be a delay before the pilot lights due to air being
purged from the system. When a flame appears at the pilot keep the control knob
depressed and hold the pilot ignition position for five seconds. When the control knob is
released the pilot flame should remain lit.
14.1.2 Operating the burner.
1. When the pilot burner is operating properly, gradually turn the control knob anticlockwise to 'HIGH' (Depress the knob slightly to get past the pilot ignition position).
The main burner should now light. Depress the control knob slightly to release from the
'HIGH' position and turn back (clockwise) to 'LOW'. While turning, the burner flames
should gradually become lower but remain alight. Depress the control knob slightly to
release from the 'LOW' position and turn back (clockwise) to the Pilot ignition position.
The main burner should extinguish but the pilot should remain alight. Depress the
control knob slightly and turn back (clockwise) to turn OFF.
This will extinguish the pilot.
If the above checks are satisfactory, continue with the installation. If not, check the
control and ignition circuitry and components as described in the servicing section of
this guide.
While cooling the ceramic fuel effect may make some crackling noises. This is quite
normal.
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15. SPILLAGE & FLAME SUPERVISION CHECKS
15.1 Check for Spillage
A spillage check must be made before leaving the installed appliance with the
customer. Make this with all the ceramic fuel effect pieces in position.
1. Close all doors and windows in the room containing the appliance.
2. Light the appliance and turn the control knob to “HIGH”.
3. Leave the appliance on for five minutes.
4. Place the smoke match into the appliance canopy. See figure 46. Please note that
this is the canopy on the hotbox and not the surround.
5. The installation is satisfactory if the smoke is drawn into the appliance. If the smoke
is not drawn into the appliance, leave the appliance alight at the maximum setting for a
further ten minutes and then repeat the test. If smoke is still not drawn into the
appliance, inspect the sealing to the fireplace surround. If the sealing is satisfactory but
the appliance is installed with the flue restrictor (see
section 8.2), remove the restrictor, reseal the
appliance and retest. If smoke is still not drawn into
the appliance, disconnect the appliance and seek
expert advice.
6. If the above test is satisfactory, open all internal
connecting doors, hatches, etc., in the room. Keep
all doors and windows that open to the outside of the
building closed. Recheck for spillage as above. If
an extractor fan is installed in the same room as the
appliance or a connecting room, check that spillage
does not occur with the fan operating and all doors
and other openings between the fan and the
appliance open. If the smoke is drawn into the
Figure 46. Spillage check
appliance, continue with the installation. If the test
is not satisfactory, disconnect the appliance and advise the customer of the cause of
failure.
15.2 Flame Supervision & Spillage Monitoring System
The pilot unit incorporates a system that will automatically shut off the gas supply if the
pilot flame goes out or if there is insufficient oxygen due to spillage or lack of
ventilation.
Check that the system operates properly as follows;
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Light the appliance. Set at the “HIGH” position and leave for one minute.
Turn back to “OFF” to extinguish the pilot. Note the time when the pilot goes out.
Listen for a snap sound at the gas tap. Note the time when the sound is heard. This
sound is caused by an electromagnetic valve shutting off the gas supply through the tap.
The valve is located in the body of the tap. The valve should operate within 60 seconds
of the pilot going out. If the valve does not operate within this time limit do not allow
the appliance to be used until the fault has been corrected.
This monitoring system must not be adjusted, bypassed or put out of operation.
This monitoring system, or any of its parts, must only be exchanged using Valor
authorised parts.
16. FINAL REVIEW
1. Visually inspect the appliance. Clean off any marks incurred during installation.
Metal Parts
Clean the metal parts with a slightly damp lint free non-abrasive cloth and then dry.
Do not use abrasive cleaners as these will scratch the fire surface.
Urban Front surround -Clean the metal parts with a slightly damp cloth and then
dry. If this does not work apply a very small amount of ‘baby oil’ to a lint free nonabrasive cloth and wipe over the surface. Use a clean cloth to wipe off the oil.
2. Advise the customer how to operate the fire.
3. Explain to the customer that the appliance has a flame failure and spillage monitoring
system. Point out the explanation of this system shown in the owner’s guide.
Advise that if the fire goes out for any reason, wait at least three minutes before
relighting. Stress that if the monitoring system repeatedly shuts off the fire, the
appliance should be switched off and a specialist should be consulted. Point out that the
lighting instruction details are on a metal plate attached at the bottom of the appliance.
4. Advise that the fire may give off a slight odour while new. This is quite normal and
it will disappear after a short period of use.
5. Advise that any cleaning must only be carried out when the fire is off and cold.
6. Advise the customer that they should read the Owner’s guide before operating the fire
and always follow the advice in the section headed “Cleaning your fire”.
7. Advise the customer that the appliance will operate to its maximum potential if the
flue is primed during the first 20 – 30 minutes of use. To do this, simply turn the control
to its highest setting. This will also burn off any carbon deposits that may have formed
during previous use.
If using the appliance for long periods it is beneficial to change between settings. This
will also help to remove any carbon deposits that may form during use.
8. Recommend that the appliance should be serviced and the chimney inspected by a
competent person (In the UK a CORGI registered person) at least annually.
If the appliance is in premises in the United Kingdom occupied by a tenant, point out
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that by law a landlord must have any gas appliance, flue and pipework which is situated
in a tenant’s premises checked for safety at least every 12 months.
9. Advise the customer that the castings, front surround, firebox and ceramic pieces can
be cleaned as described in the user’s instructions and that the loose ceramic fuel effect
pieces must be replace as described in those instructions.
Stress that no extra coals/pebbles must be added over and above those supplied with
the appliance and that any replacements must only be the authorised spares. Warn
that ignoring this advice could cause incomplete clearance of the products of
combustion with consequent health hazards.
10. Inform the customer that the Serial number for the appliance is located on the
metal plate, located behind the lower front casting and underneath the burner.
11. Hand the literature pack with this guide to the customer.
17. SERVICING & PARTS REPLACEMENT
Always turn off the gas supply before commencing any servicing (The appliance
inlet “T” connector incorporates an isolating valve).
It is recommended that, at least once a year, the appliance is disconnected and the
fireplace opening checked and cleared of any debris.
This product uses fuel effect pieces and a burner compartment rear wall
containing Refractory Ceramic Fibres (RCF), which are man-made vitreous
silicate fibres. Excessive exposure to these materials may cause irritation to eyes,
skin and respiratory tract. Consequently, it is important to take care when
handling these articles to ensure that the release of dust is kept to a minimum. To
ensure that the release of fibres from these RCF articles is kept to a minimum,
during installation and servicing we recommend that you use a HEPA filtered
vacuum to remove any dust and soot accumulated in and around the fire before
and after working on the fire. When replacing these articles we recommend that
the replaced items are not broken up, but are sealed within a heavy duty polythene
bag, clearly labelled as RCF waste. This is not classified as “hazardous waste” and
may be disposed of at a tipping site licensed for the disposal of industrial waste.
Protective clothing is not required when handling these articles, but we recommend
you follow the normal hygiene rules of not smoking, eating or drinking in the work
area and always wash your hands before eating or drinking.
Check that the appliance is clean and that soot or debris is not blocking the gaps
between the coals / pebbles causing an imperfect flame.
Check that soot or debris is not impairing the electrode spark or pilot burner.
Check that soot or debris is not blocking any of the holes in the main burner.
After servicing, make sure that the ceramic rear wall and coals / pebbles are
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replaced correctly as described in the
installation instructions.
Always test for gas soundness
and spillage after servicing the
appliance.
17.1 Checking the aeration setting
of the burner.
1. The aeration collar is factory set
for use with a ‘pebble’ ceramic fuel
effect. It is important to ensure that
the aeration setting is correct for
Figure 47. Aeration collar settings for ‘coal’
the ceramic fuel effect used.
and ‘pebble’ ceramic fuel effects.
Check the aeration collar setting
even if fitting the ‘pebble’ fuel effect. (See figure
47).
2. To adjust the aeration setting to suit the fuel
effect used, loosen the two aeration shutter screws,
slide the aeration shutter to the desired position and
tighten the fixing screws.
17.2 To Remove the Fire Front Surround
1. Remove the bottom front fascia.
2. Remove the two screws securing the bottom of
the front surround to the sides of the hotbox. See
figure 48.
3. Carefully lift the surround unit upward to clear
the upper retaining bracket on the hotbox - See
figure 49. Pull the surround clear and place
carefully aside.
Figure 48. Removing the
4. Refit in the reverse order. Make sure that the
surround fixing screws
surround is properly located over the upper
retaining bracket(s). See section 11 of this manual
for detailed fitting instructions.
17.3 To Remove the Burner Unit
1. Remove the lower fascia and the front surround - See section 17.2.
2. Remove the loose ceramic fuel effect pieces, the front ceramic fuel effect and the
base ceramic fuel effect.
3. Support the inlet ‘T’ connector to avoid straining the pipework and disconnect the
appliance from the ‘T’ connector.
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4. Detach the burner unit
from the hotbox by removing
two screws – See figure 50.
5. Replace in the reverse
order.
17.4 To Remove the Pilot
Unit
1. Remove the burner unit See section 17.3.
2. If lying the burner on its
back, ensure that the
Urban
Quantum
worksurface is suitably
Figure 49. Front surround removal
protected This will avoid
damage to the worksurface.
3. Detach the pilot pipe from the pilot
unit.
4. Detach the thermocouple from the
gas valve
5. Detach the electrode lead from the
underside of the electrode tab.
6. Remove the two screws securing
the pilot unit . See figure 51.
7. Refit in the reverse order.
Figure 50. Burner attachment points
Note:
1.
The pilot unit is an
atmosphere sensing device. It
must be replaced as a whole
assembly. Its individual
components are not
separately replaceable.
Figure 51. Pilot unit removal
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17.5 To Remove the gas
valve
See figure 52.
1. Remove the burner unit See section 17.3.
2. If lying the burner on its
back, ensure that the
worksurface is suitably
protected This will avoid
damage to the
worksurface.Turn the burner
unit upside down. Detach the
thermocouple from the tap
3. Detach the pilot pipe from
the tap.
4. Detach the inlet pipe.
Figure 52. Gas valve (Viewed from
5. Detach the injector pipe
rear with burner turned over)
6. Detach the electrode lead
from the base of the electrode
7. Remove the control knob by pulling
forward.
8. Remove the thermocouple by
unscrewing the thermocouple nut at the
gas valve.
9. Remove the hexagonal nut securing
the gas valve to the mounting bracket.
10. Remove the gas valve
11. Refit in the reverse order.
17.6 To Replace the Burner
See figure 53.
1. Remove the burner unit - See section
17.3.
Figure 53. Removal of burner
2. Support the elbow injector and
unscrew the injector nut.
3. Remove the two screws from the burner clamping plate (See figure 53)
4. Lift the right hand side of the burner, slide it to the right and lift clear
5. Refit in reverse order.
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17.7 To Remove the Main Burner Injector
See figure 54.
1. Remove the burner - See section 17.6.
2. Remove the burner clamping screw (See
figure 54)
3. Unscrew the injector from the burner
4. Refit in the reverse order.
17.8 To Remove the Appliance from the
Fireplace
1. Remove the burner unit - See section 17.3.
2. If the fire retention is as method 1 (See
Figure 54. Main burner Injector
section 9.1 of installation instructions), remove removal
the screws.
If the fire retention is as method 2 (See section 9.2 of installation instructions), slacken
the hexagonal adjusters on the cable retainers and unscrew the thumbscrews to release
the cables.
3. Refit as described in the relevant installation sections. Make sure gas soundness,
sealing, spillage test and performance are satisfactory.
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18. SHORT LIST OF SPARES
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KEY
A
B
C
D
DESCRIPTION
Injector-Stereomatic Cat 82 - 069 For Natural Gas Appliances
Injector-Stereomatic Size 128 and carrier For Propane Gas
Appliances
Gas tap & spark generator
Spark generator and circlip
Control knob
NO.
OFF
PART
NO.
5108137
1
1
1
1
5108996
3002983
5108923
0545979
E
Pilot unit For Natural Gas Appliances
Pilot injector (RBM 180 - 02)For Propane Appliances
1
3002988
5108552
F
Burner - For Natural Gas Appliances
Burner - For Propane Gas Appliances
1
5108621
5109353
G
Ceramic rear wall
1
0579399
1
1
1
5108541
5108542
0582839
1
1
1
5108543
5108544
3002773
‘Coal’ models
H
I
J
Front coal
Rear base coal
Pack of loose coals
‘Pebble’ models
K Front pebble
L Rear base Pebble
M Pack of loose Pebbles
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