Procom PRO-COM SFE33RE-C Owner`s manual

PRO-COM
SFE23RE-W
SFE23RE-C
SFE23RE-O
SFE33RE-W
SFE33RE-C
SFE33RE-O
SFE23RE-DO
SFE33RE-DO
Freestanding
Electric Fireplace
SFE23RE SHOWN
Installation Instructions and Owner’s Manual
WARNING! IF THE INFORMATION IN THIS MANUAL IS NOT FOLLOWED EXACTLY, A FIRE
MAY RESULT CAUSING PROPERTY, PERSONAL INJURY OR LOSS OF LIFE.
FOR YOUR SAFETY
DO NOT STORE
OR USE GASOLINE OR OTHER
FLAMMABLE VAPORS OR LIQUIDS
IN THE VICINITY OF THIS OR ANY
OTHER APPLIANCE
ANSI/UL1278. MOVABLE AND WALL-OR CEILING HUNG ELECTRIC ROOM HEATERS
INSTALLER: DO NOT DISCARD THIS MANUAL-LEAVE FOR HOME OWNER
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PC-FE23A610-0506
TABLE OF CONTENTS
PLEASE READ THE INSTALLATION & OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
BEFORE USING THIS APPLIANCE
WE ARE PLEASED THAT YOU HAVE CHOSEN TO PURCHASE AN ELECTRIC FIREPLACE MANUFACTURED BY NANJING PRO-COM ELECTRIC APPLIANCE CO., LTD
IMPORTANT: Read all instructions and warnings carefully before starting installation. Failure to follow
these instructions may result in a possible electric shock, fire hazard and will void the warranty.
Important Instructions ….…………………………………………………………....2
Locating Your Electric Fireplace…………………………………….………….......3
Clearance To Combustibles………………………………………….…………......3
Electrical Connections…..……………………………………………….……….....3
Electrical Specifications…………………………………………...……………......3
Service Instructions…………………………………………………………….…......3
Replacing Light Bulbs…………………………………….……………………........3
Maintenance of Motors………………………………………...........…………….…4
Glass Information……………………………………………...........………………..4
Electrical Wiring Diagram……………………………………........………….......…4
Operating Instructions………………………………………………………....…........5
Specification........………………………………………………………………...........7
Replacement Parts..……………………………………………………........7
Replacement Parts List........................……………………………………………..8
Installing decorating logs..……………………………………………………........9
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IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS
11. To disconnect heater, turn controls to OFF, then
When using electrical appliances, basic precautions
remove plug from outlet.
should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire,
electric shock, and injury to persons, including the
12. Connect to properly grounded outlets only.
following:
13. When this appliance is installed, it must be electri-
1.
Read all instructions before using this heater.
cally grounded in accordance with local codes with
2.
This appliance is hot when in use. To avoid
the current CSA C22.1 Canadian local codes for
burns, do not come in contact with heater. Keep
USA installations. Follow local codes and National
combustible materials, such as furniture,
Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA NO.70 and Canadian
pillows, bedding, papers, clothes, and curtains
Cord: CZ 22.2 NO.0.
3.
at least 3 feet(1m.) from the front of the heater.
14. Do not insert or allow foreign objects to enter any
Extreme caution is necessary when any heater
ventilation or exhaust opening as this may cause
is used by or near children or invalids and when-
electric shock, fire or damage to the heater.
15. To prevent a possible fire, do not block air intakes
ever the heater is left operating and unattended.
4.
Always unplug heater when not in use.
or exhaust in any manner. Do not use on soft
5.
Do not operate any heater with a damaged cord
surfaces, such as a bed, where openings may
or plug or after the heater malfunctions, has
become blocked.
16. This heater gets hot and it contains internal parts
been dropped or damaged in any manner.
6.
7.
Any repairs to this appliance should be carried
that sparks and arcs. Do not use it in areas where
out by a qualified service person.
gasoline, paint, or flammable liquids are used or
Under no circumstances should this electric fire-
stored.
place be modified. Parts having to be removed
17. Use this heater only as described in this manual.
for servicing must be replaced prior to operat-
Other uses not recommended by the manufac-
ing this electric fireplace again.
turer may cause fire, electric shock, or injury.
18. Avoid the use of an extension cord because it may
8.
Do not use outdoors.
9.
This heater is not intended for use in bathrooms,
overheat and cause a risk of fire. However if you
laundry areas or similar indoor locations. Never
must use an extension cord, the cord shall be No.
use this appliance near a bathtub or other wa-
14AWG minimum size and rated not less than 1900
ter container.
watt. The extension cord must be a three wire cord
10. Do not run cord under carpeting. Do not cover
with grounding type plug and cord connector.
cord with throw rugs, runners or similar
19. This electric fireplace heater should not be used
coverings. Arrange cord away from traffic areas
as a drying rack for clothing. Also, do not hang
and where it will not be tripped over.
Christmas stockings or decorations on or near it.
20. SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
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LOCATING YOUR ELECTRIC FIREPLACE
WARNING: Electrical outlet wir-
Your new freestanding electric fireplace may be installed vir-
ing must comply with local build-
tually anywhere in your home. However when choosing a
ing codes and all other appliable
location for your new electric fireplace, ensure that the gen-
regulations to reduce the risk of
eral instructions are followed. For best effect results, install
fire, electrical shock and injury.
the electric fireplace out of direct sunlight.
WARNING: Do not use this fire-
CLEARANCE TO COMBUSTIBLES
place if any part of it has been
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under water. Immediatly call a
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quilified service technitian to inspect the fireplace and replace
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any part of the electrical system
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
if necessary.
A 15 AMP, 120 Volt,60Hz circuit with a properly grounded outlet
is required. Preferably, the fireplace will be on a dedicated
circuit. Other appliances on the same circuit may cause the
circuit breaker to trip or the fuse to blow when the heater is on
operation. The unit comes standard with a 6’ (1828mm) long
three wire cord exiting from the rear of the fireplace. Plan the
installation to avoid the use of an extension cord. If an extention
cord must be used, it must be a minumum 14 AWG three wire
with grounding type plug connector and rated no less than
1900 Watts.The cord shall not be more than 20 feet in length.
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Voltage:
120 VAC, 60 Hz
Total Amps:
11.5 Amps
Total Watts:
1380 Watts
Heater Rating:
1200 Watts
SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING: Disconnect power before
attempting any maintenance or cleaning to reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock or personal injury.
REPLACING LIGHT BULBS
This fireplace uses four clear 120 Volt, 60 Watt, E12 socket base light bulbs (small base, chandelier
candle type).The 60 Watt bulbs are located under
the log set/ember bed. For convenience, if one of
the bulbs burns out, it may be a good idea to replace all of the light bulbs.
1. Turn off power to the unit by unplugging the power cord.
2. Let fireplace cool if it has been operating.
3. Remove the two screws on the top corner of screen. Pull
the screen upward slightly, and then pull out.
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4. Remove the four screws that secure the log set/ember bed in position.
5. Remove log set / ember bed and grate assembly.
6. Examine the bulb(s) to determine which bulbs need
to be replaced.
7. While holding the socket, unscrew defective bulb(s)
counterclockwise.
8. Install the new light bulb(s) by holding the socket and
screwing clockwise.
9. Reinstall the log set/ember bed, grate assembly and
screen. Follow the above procedure in reverse order.
WARNING: Do not exceed 60
Watts per bulb. The use of
higher rated bulbs may result
in a fire causing property
damage and personal injury.
MAINTENANCE OF MOTORS
GLASS INFORMATION
The motors used on the fan and flame genera-
1. Under no circumstances should this product be
operated with missing or broken glass.
tor assembly are prelubricated for extended
bearing life and require no further lubrication.
2. Do not strike or slam the glass.
However, periodic cleaning/vacuuming of the
3. Do not use abrasive cleaners to clean the glass.
fan/heater unit is recommended.
4. Replacement glass is available from the manufacturer and replacement should be carried out
WARNING: Make sure that the
by a qualified service person.
power is turned off before
proceeding.
ELECTRICAL WIRING DIAGRAM
Any electrical repairs or rewiring of this unit should be carried out by a licensed electrician in accordance
with national and local codes.
If repairing or replacing any electrical component or wiring, the original wire
routing, color coding and securing location must be followed.
Wire Gauge:
Power Cord
14AWG
Heater Element
16AWG
Other Wire
18AWG
Model: SFE23RE, SFE33RE
Voltage:
120 VAC, 60 Hz
Total Amps:
11.5 Amps
Total Watts:
1380 Watts
Heater Rating: 1200 Watts
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Operating Instructions
Before programming your transmitter you must
first insert three triple “AAA” batteries.
Make sure the main power on/off swith is in “ON”
position.
1. The Mode setting:
Press the “SET” button, then the “AUTO” light
will flash. Press the “SET” button again, and
then the “MANUAL” light will also flash. The
“AUTO” light and the “MANUAL” light will flash
alternately and continuously. Next press “ENTER” button to select the auto mode or manual
mode.
Heater Front View
a. When selecting “AUTO” mode:
Select “AUTO” and press the “ENTER” button
to activate , then press the “SET” button, next
the ‘Temperature’, ‘Flame’, ‘Light’, ’lamp’ symbols will flash alternately. Next press the
button or the
Remote Control Front
Remote Control Back
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button to select the desired
temperature setting. When the temperature
setting has been selected, press the “SET”
button to lock in the temperature setting, next
set the following functions that appear on the
transmitter. When the last function setting has
been completed, press the “ENTER” button,
and the symbols will stop flashing.
b. When selecting “MANUAL” mode:
Select “MANUAL” and press the “ENTER” button to confirm, then press the “SET” button,
the ‘Flame’, ‘Light’, ‘lamp’, ‘Heating level’ symbols will flash alternately. The next symbol will
flash automatically set the functions as they
appear. When the last function setting has
been completed, press the “ENTER” button,
and the symbols will stop flashing.
2. The Clock setting :
Press the “CLOCK” button, the figure shown on clock will
flash. Press
or
to set the hour. After the hour has
been set, press the “CLOCK” button again to set the
minutes. After the minutes has been set, press the “CLOCK”
button, the clock will indicate the set time.
3. The Timer setting :
Press the “TIMER” button, the word “TIMER” will appear on
the transmitter, next press
or
to adjust the time, to
add 30 minutes increments press the button again. After
the timer has been set, press “TIMER” button again, the
word “TIMER” will flash and the timer will return to time.
4. Key-Press Lock setting (child proof):
symbol,
To lock, press the “LOCK” button, there will be a
which means that the transmitter is in a lock position. To
unlock, press
once immediately followed by pressing
the “LOCK” button .
5. Heating Level setting
Select the MANUAL model and press SET to chosse the
heating level setting, the “
“ symbol will flash. Then
press
or
to select full, half or no heating.
(Adaptor NOT permitted in Canada)
Under CZ22.2 NO. 0 standard
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6. Flame Effect setting:
(1) Flame speed
After selecting MANUAL mode or AUTO mode, the
flame symbol will flash, for slow flame effect, press
button, for faster flame effect, press
button.
(2) Flame brightness
Press “SET” button, when the lamp symbol flashes,
press
and
button to decrease the flame brightness
button to increase the flame brightness.
7. For Flame Effect only:
Select MANUAL mode, then set the Heating level to
no heating level or select AUTO mode and then set
temperature to lowest setting.
8. Manual ON/OFF button
If you can’t find your Remote Control or the Remote
Control is damaged, you can use manual ON/OFF
button to manual turn on/turn off your heater.
SPECIFICATIONS:
Model: SFE33RE-W (-C, -O, -DO)
Voltage: 120V/60HZ Total Amps: 11.5A
Total Watts: 1380W
Heating Ratings: 1200W
Dimensions, Inches (H x W X D)
Model: SFE23RE-W (-C, -O, -DO)
Voltage: 120V/60HZ Total Amps: 11.5A
Total Watts: 1380W
Heating Ratings: 1200W
Dimensions, Inches (H x W X D)
38x39 1/2x15 5/8
Fireplace
Fireplace
42 1/2x41 3/8x17 5/16
Weight, Pounds
Fireplace
98
Shipping
115
Carton
Carton
43 1/2 x 52 3/4 x 16 15/16
28 3/4 x 35 1/2 x 17 3/4
HEATER:
MANTEL: 11 x 56 x 24 1/2
Weight, Pounds
Fireplace
210
Shipping
230
Replacement Parts
17
18
19
17
20
21
18
19
22
(Logs for SFE33)
(Logs for SFE23)
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Replacement Parts List
SFE23RE-X*
SFE33RE-X*
* -X represents -W(White), -C(Cherry), -O(Oak), -DO(Dark Oak)
It e m
P a rt N u m b e r
P a r t D e s c r ip t io n
S F E 2 3 R E -X *
S F E 3 3 R E -X *
1
Log Set
FE23A 400
FE33A400
2
C o n tr o l B o x
N A E Y1 1 -A
N A E Y1 1 -A
3
R e c e ive r
N A E Y1 1 -C S
N A E Y1 1 -C S
4
F a n H e a te r A s s e m b ly
N F H TX 186 /
V B 1 7 -0 0 0 G
N F H T X 1 8 6 /V B 1 7 -0 0 0 G
5
D C M o to r
FE23A 304
FE23A304
6
P o w e r C o r d w /Te r m i n a l
N F H L 0 0 8 -A
N F H L 0 0 8 -A
7
L i g h t B u lb S o c k e t
w /W i r i n g A s s e m b ly
FE23A 306
FE23A306
8
O v e r C u r r e n t P r o te c to r
FE23A 305
FE23A305
9
A C M o to r w /Te r m i n a l
V L 0 5 1 -0 1
V L 0 5 1 -0 1
10
F la m e g e n e r a to r A s s y
FE23A 205
FE33A205
11
E m b e r b e d g e n e r a to r
A ssy
FE23A 207
FE33A207
12
L i g h t B u lb
V L 0 5 5 -0 1
V L 0 5 5 -0 1
13
R e m o te C o n tr o l
N A E Y1 1 -B P R
N A E Y1 1 -B P R
14
M a n te l A s s y
F E 2 3 A 5 0 0 -X *
F E 3 3 A 5 0 0 -X *
15
L o uve r A S S Y
F E 2 3 A 1 0 9 -A
F E 3 3 1 0 9 -A
16
V ie w ing D o o r
F E 2 3 A 1 3 0 -W
F E 3 3 A 1 3 0 -W
17
Log 1
FE23A 403
FE33A403
18
Log 2
FE23A 404
FE33A404
19
Log 3
FE23A 405
FE33A405
20
Log 4
FE33A406
21
Log 5
FE33A407
22
Log 6
FE33A408
* -X specify -W(White), -C(Cherry), -O(Oak), -DO(Dark Oak)
when ordering
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Installing decorating logs
Installing logs for SFE23RE:
Installing logs for SFE33RE:
2
1
1
3
3
2
FIG 1 - Logs for SFE23RE
4
5
6
FIG 5 - Logs for SFE33RE
1
1
2
3
FIG 2
1.Insert the two pins on log 1 to the two recessed
holes at the middle of grate. (See FIG 2).
2
FIG 6
1.Place log 1, log 2 and log 3 into the corresponding holes on grate. (See FIG 6).
1
4
1
FIG 3
3
FIG 7
2.Insert the pin on one end of log 2 to the recessed
hole on log 1, with the other end of log 2 placed
on the ember bed (where marked). (See FIG 3).
2 1
2
2.Insert the pin on one end of log 4 to the recessed
hole on log 1, with the other end of log 4 placed
where marked. (See FIG 7).
3
4
1
2
5
3
FIG 8
FIG 4
3.Insert the pin on one end of log 5 to the recessed
hole on log 2, with the other end of log 5 placed
where marked. (See FIG 8).
3.Place one end of log 3 onto the hole on grate,
with the other end placed on log 1 (where marked).
(See FIG 4).
6
4
1
2
5
FIG 9
3
4.Insert the pin on log 6 to the recessed hole on
log 4, and place log 6 as figure shows. (See FIG 9).
9
10