Yeoman YM-E9001FLA Operating instructions

Exmoor & Dartmoor
Electric
Instructions for Use, Installation & Servicing
For use in GB & IE (Great Britain & Republic of Ireland).
IMPORTANT
THE OUTER CASING, FRONT AND GLASS PANEL BECOME EXTREMELY HOT DURING OPERATION AND
WILL RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY AND BURNS IF TOUCHED. IT IS THEREFORE RECOMMENDED THAT A
FIREGUARD COMPLYING WITH BS 8423:2002 IS USED IN THE PRESENCE OF YOUNG CHILDREN, THE
ELDERLY OR INFIRM.
For use with 230v 50Hz electricity supply only.
Please read these instructions carefully before installation and keep them in a safe place.
They will be needed when maintenance or servicing is required.
THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED
PR1259 Issue 2 (August 2013)
Contents
Covering the following models:
Model
Code
Exmoor - Small
YM-E9001FLA
Dartmoor - Single Door
YM-E5201FLA
Dartmoor - Double Door
YM-E5202FLA
User Instructions........................................................3.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Important Information & Health and Safety............................. 3
Operating Instructions............................................................. 3
Maintenance............................................................................ 5
Removing & Replacing Doors................................................. 5
Installation Instructions.............................................6.
Technical Specifications.............................................................. 6
Appliance Dimensions................................................................. 6
Installation...................................................................7
1. Fitting Appliances.................................................................... 7
Servicing.....................................................................8
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Fault Finding........................................................................... 8
How to Wire a Plug................................................................. 8
Servicing Requirements.......................................................... 9
Replacing the front LED Board............................................... 9
Replacing the PCB.................................................................. 9
Replacing the Motor & Effects Unit......................................... 9
Replacing the Middle LED Board.......................................... 10
Replacing the Rear LED Board............................................. 10
Replacing the Heater Assembly............................................ 10
Spare Parts List........................................................11
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been purchased from our Expert Retailer Network and registered within
one month of purchase or installation. Please note that all warranties
are effective from the date of purchase. Any Yeoman product
purchased outside of our Extended Retailer Network, or not registered
within the stated time will carry a standard 12 month warranty.
Full terms and conditions are detailed in the Warranty Statement on
the Yeoman website www.yeomanstoves.co.uk. In the event of any
conflict of information the wording on the website shall prevail.
Important Note: Should any problems be experienced with your
product, claims must first be submitted to the Expert Retailer where
the appliance was purchased from who will offer immediate assistance
or contact Yeoman on your behalf.
Registration No WEE/DH1656ZW
In accordance with European Directive 2002/96/
EC, waste electrical and electronic equipment
(WEEE) must not be disposed of with household
waste.
At the end of its useful life please take this
product to an appropriate recycling centre or
collection point. You can find your nearest
recycling centre by using the bank locator at
www.recycle-more.co.uk for UK customers,
www.weeeireland.ie for customers in the
Republic of Ireland, or by contacting your local
authority.
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User Instructions
How to use these instructions
The contents of Sections 1, 2 and 3 apply to all the
models in our Electric Range.
The content of Section 4, Remove and Replace Door,
gives different instructions for each model type.
Select the relevant information for your model.
1. Important Information and
Health and Safety
ALL APPLIANCES DESCRIBED IN THESE
INSTRUCTIONS ARE HEAVY. SEEK ASSISTANCE
BEFORE UNLOADING AND LIFTING.
1.1
Read all of the instructions carefully before using the
appliance.
1.2
Remove all packaging and dispose of at an appropriate
recycling facility.
1.3
To remove the protective packaging and fitting kit from
inside a new appliance, choose the instruction
corresponding to your model from Section 4.
1.4 Do not locate this appliance immediately below a fixed
socket outlet.
1.5
The outer casing of this appliance is considered by the
manufacturer to be a working surface which becomes hot
when the fire is switched on. You must use a suitable fire
guard to protect children, the elderly and the infirm.
1.6 Do not use this appliance in the immediate surroundings of
a bath, shower, swimming pool or any other area where
the appliance could come into contact with water or
humidity, e.g. a bathroom.
1.7
1.12 Where the electricity supply cable has to pass through a
fire place, stone surround etc. ensure suitable rubber
bushes are fitted at possible wear points.
1.13 If installed in an open fireplace, blank off the chimney to
reduce the risk of a back draught which can cause the
safety cut-out to operate.
1.14 If the electricity supply cable is damaged do not use the
appliance until it has been replaced. For safety reasons the
replacement has to be carried out by Gazco, a Gazco
service agent or a similarly competent electrician.
1.15 Do not use this appliance with any kind of timer,
programmer or thermal control or other device that will
switch the appliance on or off automatically.
1.16 Do not operate the appliance if it is damaged.
1.17 Repairs of electrical appliances must only be performed by
an electrical engineer. Should the appliance fail to operate,
or in case of any damage, please contact the retailer from
whom the appliance was purchased.
1.18 Never leave the heater unattended while it is in use.
Always switch the product to the OFF position and unplug it
from the electrical outlet when not in use.
1.19 This appliance is not intended to be used by persons
under the age of 12, persons with reduced physical,
sensory or mental capabilities or persons with lack of
experience and knowledge in the safe operation of the
appliance.
The appliance may be operated by persons above the
age of 12 provided they have been instructed in the safe
use of the appliance and that they understand the hazards
involved. Persons above the age of 12 may also operate the
appliance under the supervision of a responsible adult.
1.20 Parts of this appliance become hot whilst in operation and
under no circumstances should persons under the age of 12
be left alone with the product when it is in operation unless
a suitable fireguard is used to protect them against the
possibility of coming into direct contact with the appliance.
2. Operating Instructions
WARNING! DO NOT COVER
Do not allow the appliance to be covered or let the air inlet/
outlet become obstructed as the appliance may overheat.
Please note the warning symbol on the appliance (see
above).
1.8
For indoor use only. This appliance is not suitable for use
outside the house.
1.9
Keep the power cord away from hot surfaces and hot
conditions. Do not route the power lead in front of the
appliance.
GENERAL
2.1
1.10 This appliance must stand on a clean, level, firm surface. Do
not stand the fire on a carpet. Ensure that furniture, curtains
etc. are positioned no closer than 1m and the fire stands on
a surface that can withstand temperatures of 90°C for
prolonged periods. Do not allow rugs to be placed within
500mm of the front of the appliance.
1.11 When the fire has been installed, the position of the plug
must be accessible.
WARNING! Do not operate the appliance if it is
damaged or has malfunctioned. If you suspect
the appliance is damaged or has malfunctioned
call a qualified service engineer to inspect the
appliance, and replace any part of the electrical
system if necessary, before reuse.
The appliance can be operated by the infrared handset or
the manual controls on the bottom right hand side of the
appliance.
PREPARATION BEFORE USE
Batteries:
2.2
Ensure that the handset battery is new and is inserted correctly.
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User Instructions
2.3
Dispose of old batteries at an appropriate recycling facility.
When using the handset:
2.4
Ensure the handset is pointed at the infrared sensor located
behind the flame effect screen at the back of the inside of
the appliance.
Standby On/Off
2.11 The appliance is in Standby mode when the power is
switched on via the manual control panel. You must have
this power supply ON (—) before using the manual or
remote controls (see 2.5).
Turning On the Appliance
LOCATION OF POWER SWITCH
2.5
The mains power switch is located on the control panel on
the lower right-hand side of the appliance, see Diagram 1.
2.6
Switch ON (—) before operating either the remote or manual controls.
2.12 The flame effect button on both the manual and remote
controls has 4 settings:
2.7
A beep is heard to indicate the fire is ready for use.
—Press once for maximum brightness of fuel and
flame effects.
—Press twice for medium brightness.
—Press three times for minimum brightness.
—Press four times for maximum brightness of fuel and additional blue flame effects.
Remote & Manual Operation
2.8
The following functions can be controlled using the manual
controls or remote handset:
—Heat settings 1 and 2
—Brightness of the fuel and flame effect
—Colour of the flames
2.9
The Standby function and the thermostat can only be
operated via the manual controls.
2.10 The effects can be turned off using the remote, returning the
appliance to Standby.
Flame Effects:
1
2
3
4
Maximum
Medium
Minimum
Maximum
plus blue
flame effects
Turning On the Heat:
2.13 When turning on the heater you must always press the
1kW button. Do not start the fire using the 2kW setting.
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2.14 It is NOT advisable to run the heater without the flame
effects switched on.
2.15 Press the 1kW button to turn the fan heater ON. One red indicator light will be displayed behind the flame effect
screen at the back of the inside of the appliance. The
appliance will blow cold air for approximately 8 seconds
before the heater comes on. On this setting the heater will
operate at half its maximum temperature.
Flame effect button
2
Thermostat
Heat setting button
Standby
On/Off Switch
On/Off button
Flame effect
2.16 Press the 2kW button once to turn the fan heater to its maximum temperature. Two red indicator lights will be displayed behind the flame effect screen at the back of the
inside of the appliance. After approximately 8 seconds the
heater will operate at its maximum temperature.
2.17 Pressing the 2kW button again will turn the heater OFF
and cold air will be blown for approximately 8 seconds to
cool the appliance.
Heat setting 1kW
2.18 Press the 1kW button to return to the lower heat setting.
Heat setting 2kW
2.19 Press the On/Off button to turn off ALL settings and return to Standby. Cold air will be blown for approximately 8 seconds to cool the appliance.
2.20 The appliance should be turned off via the On/Off
switch when it is not in use.
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User Instructions
Thermostatic Control
2.21 The appliance is fitted with a thermostat, see Diagram 1,
which can control the room temperature between
approximately 9˚C and 34˚C. The edge of the thermostat
control dial is numbered 1 - 9 with 1 being the coolest
setting and 9 being the warmest. If the room temperature is
too high turn the thermostat dial in an anti-clockwise
direction. If the room temperature is too low turn the dial in a
clockwise direction.
CLEANING LOG MOULDING
3.8
Ensure the appliance is unplugged and cold before handling
log moulding.
3.9
Follow Section 4, choosing relevant model, to access and
remove log moulding.
3.10 Dust off any build-up with a brush or damp cloth and replace.
4. Removing & Replacing Doors and
Removal of Fuel Bed
Log Effect
WARNING: DOOR CASTINGS ARE EXTREMELY
HEAVY - SEEK ASSISTANCE BEFORE REMOVAL.
2.22 Log effect appliances have a glass fibre fuel bed which
may give off a slight smell when first used. This is
normal and should disappear after a day or two.
Thermal Safety Cutout
The appliance is fitted with a thermal safety cutout,
which operates if it overheats. If this happens:
Please note: The fuel bed is secured by 2 x screws on
the lower panel on the front of the appliance.
3
Screws
Fuel bed
2.23 Unplug the appliance and allow it to cool for 5 - 10 minutes.
2.24 Check the air inlets/outlets for any obstruction and clear, see
Maintenance, Section 3.4.
2.25 Plug in appliance and switch it on. The cutout will re-set and the appliance should function correctly. If this is not the case:
2.26 Unplug once more and have the fire checked by a competent electrician.
4.1
Turn the right rose on the door facia.
4.2
Open the door.
4.3
Remove the top glass clamp and hold the glass steady.
4.4
Remove the bottom glass clamp.
CLEANING
4.5
Remove the glass.
3.2
Only clean the outer casing when it is cold. Do not use abrasive cleaners.
4.6
Remove the fuel bed, lifting the back away from the appliance.
4.7
Replace the lamp bulbs.
3.3
For painted castings, wipe with a damp cloth and buff with a lint free duster.
4.8
Replace the fuel bed taking care not to damage the plastic screen.
4.9
Reassemble in reverse order.
3. Maintenance
3.1
ALWAYS UNPLUG FROM MAINS SUPPLY BEFORE
CLEANING OR UNDERTAKING ANY MAINTENANCE
CLEANING AIR INLETS
3.4
Ensure the appliance is unplugged.
3.5
Clean the air inlet and outlet grilles regularly with a soft cloth or the nozzle of a vacuum cleaner.
Dust build-up can inhibit efficient performance of the
fan and lead to the safety cut-out operating.
3.6
Keep the area around the appliance clean and free of fluff,
dust or pet hair.
3.7
In particular, build-up of dust etc. can occur around the
heater area under the appliance. Take particular care to
keep this area free from such particles on a regular basis to
prevent build-up.
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Installation Instructions
Technical Specification
These instructions cover the following models:
Model
Code
Exmoor - Small
YM-E9001FLA
Dartmoor - Single Door
YM-E5201FLA
Dartmoor - Double Door
YM-E5202FLA
These appliances have 3 modes of operation:
—
—
—
A 230v 13amp 50Hz supply is required
Maximum power consumption is 2000 watts
THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED
A 1.8 metre lead with plug containing a 13 amp fuse is
supplied. Only use a 13 amp fuse with this appliance.
Remote control handset battery (CR2032)
Flame effect only - with brightness and flame colour adjustment
Flame effect + 1kW heating
Flame effect + 2kW heating
ALL INGLENOOK FIREPLACE OPENINGS:
For all models the dimensions required for an inglenook installation
can be calculated by adding 225mm (9") to the height of the
appliance and 150mm (6") to each side. An additional 50mm (2")
must be added to the depth to provide adequate space behind the
appliance.
Appliance Dimensions
EXMOOR
438mm
285mm
526mm
DARTMOOR
667mm
576mm
6
350mm
Installation Instructions
1. Fitting Appliances
Most appliances are heavy and do not require anchoring to
the hearth or floor, but in certain circumstances the
appliance can become unstable e.g. when leaning on the
appliance. If this is likely, secure the appliance to the hearth
or floor with suitably strong fixings.
1.1
Position the appliance ensuring all appropriate clearances
are observed.
1.2
Mark the position of the holes in the fixing brackets attached
to the inside of the rear legs.
1.3
Remove the appliance and drill holes using an appropriate
drill.
1.4
Push rawl plugs into the holes and insert the wood screws
until the head is approximately 3mm proud of the hearth.
1.5
Place the appliance in position over the brackets so that the
screw heads locate in the large part of the slot.
1.6
Push the appliance back so that the screw heads engage
fully into the narrow part of the slot.
1.7
Tighten the screws if desired.
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Servicing Instructions
1. Fault Finding
Live Wire
No illumination or uneven lighting:
1.1
1.2
Check the heater is working. If YES, one or more of the LED boards will need replacing. This must be undertaken by
a suitably qualified person (see Servicing Requirements).
If NO, first change the 13amp fuse for one known to work. If
the fire still does not work, check the socket by plugging
in a working appliance. If this too fails to operate, call in a
competent electrician to check the socket.
Illumination but no heat:
1.3
The safety cut-out has operated to protect against
overheating (see User Instructions, Section 2). Ensure the
air inlet and outlet grilles are free of dust or any other
obstruction.
1.4
The thermostat control dial may be set too low. Turn the dial
clockwise until the heater turns on.
Remote control fails to work:
1.4
Check that the batteries are new and correctly fitted. Replace if necessary.
1.5
Ensure that the handset is pointed towards the appliance.
Brown
Terminal L / RED
Neutral Wire
Blue
Terminal N / BLACK
Earth Wire
Green & Yellow
Stripes
Terminal E /
/ GREEN or
GREEN & YELLOW
THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED
European Plug
Suitable for use in Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech
Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece,
Hungary, Germany, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg,
Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia,
Slovenia, Spain & Sweden
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Typical European Plug
Type 15/16/17
Neutral wire
Earth wire
2. How to wire a plug
Outer Insulation
To change the plug supplied with this fire, follow the
instructions below. The instructions assume that the wire
has been cut.
WARNING – FAILURE TO CONNECT THE WIRES
CORRECTLY COULD PUT PEOPLE AT RISK FROM
ELECTRIC SHOCK OR FIRE. IF IN DOUBT CONSULT
A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN.
UK Plug
Suitable for use in Cyprus, Malta, Ireland & Great Britain
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UK Plug Supplied
Type 33
Live wire
Cable grip
2.1
Dispose of the old plug safely. Ensure the new plug is not
cracked or chipped.
2.2
Expose 4cm of the coloured wires and trim to the correct
lengths so that they comfortably reach the correct terminals.
2.3
Ensure that the Earth wire has more slack than any of the other wires.
2.4
Remove some of the insulation to leave about 1cm of exposed metal core on each wire. 2.5
Twist the strands of the wire together.
2.6
Loosen the screw heads above each terminal.
2.7
Push the metal wire into the hole beneath each screw head
or, dependent on plug design, wind the metal wire around
the screw.
2.8
Ensure that the insulation reaches right up to each terminal
as illustrated and there are no loose strands of wire.
2.9
Ensure the cable sits correctly under the cable grip and tighten to secure.
Earth wire
Fuse
Neutral wire
Live wire
2.10 Refer to Technical Specification for fuse rating and fit the appropriate fuse into the plug.
2.11 Attach the plug cover.
Outer Insulation
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Cable grip
Servicing Instructions
4.4
Dispose of the board at an appropriate recycling centre.
4.5
THIS APPLIANCE MUST ONLY BE SERVICED BY A
SUITABLY QUALIFIED PERSON.
To connect the new LED board push the fasteners through
the ready drilled holes and ensure that all wires are correctly
connected.
BEFORE UNDERTAKING ANY WORK ON THE
APPLIANCE:
5. Replacing the Printed Circuit Board
3.1
Switch off the appliance and isolate it from the mains by unplugging the unit.
5.1
To remove the PCB first remove the front LED board following instructions Section 4.
3.2
Wait for at least 10 minutes until the appliance has cooled down.
5.2
The PCB is fixed to the base of the appliance using 2 x
push fasteners and 2 x screws, see Diagram 5.
Release board from fasteners and remove screws.
3. Servicing Requirements
3.3
3.4
Following the appropriate instructions from User
Instructions, Section 4, remove the door and glass front.
5
Remove the screws on the lower panel on the front of the
appliance and carefully remove the fuel bed, see
Diagram 3.
Please note: The fuel bed is secured by 2 x screws on
the lower panel on the front of the appliance.
3
Screws
Fuel bed
PCB
5.3
The wires should now be disconnected from the PCB one
by one. As each wire is disconnected from the old PCB
attach it to the new PCB to ensure correct orientation.
5.4
Fix the new PCB to the base of the appliance using the
2 x push fasteners and 2 x screws.
6. Replacing the Motor & Effects Unit
4. Replacing the front LED Board
4.1
6
If an LED fails to light you will notice an uneven or unlit fuel
effect. To replace the front LED board (for middle and rear
boards see Sections 7 & 8):
4.2
Disconnect all wires from the front LED board, noting their orientation.
4.3
The board is secured by 2 x plastic push fasteners, see
Diagram 4. Using pliers, gently squeeze the head of the
fasteners to release the board.
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Motor
unit
Plug
Push fasteners
Front LED board
6.1
The motor & effects unit is attached by 4 x screws located at
the rear of the appliance. It may be necessary to move the
appliance from its location to gain access to the rear of the
appliance. Remove the 4 screws on the lower rear casing.
Note: There are 2 x gaskets between the unit and the
appliance. Remove and keep in a safe place.
Plugs
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Servicing Instructions
6.2
Disconnect the 2 x wires connecting the 2 x 'flying' LEDs to the front LED board, noting their orientation.
6.3
Lift and rotate the motor unit to give access to the rear LED board.
6.4
Disconnect both wires from the rear LED board, noting the
orientation.
6.5
6.6
Unplug the cables connecting the motor unit and the PCB.
6.7
9. Replacing the Heater Assembly
9.1
To access the heater assembly remove any loose top plates
or panels before moving the appliance and carefully lay the
appliance on its back. 9.2
Remove the 5 x screws securing the heater casing to the
bottom of the firebox, see Diagram 8.
8
The motor and effects unit can now be removed and replaced as a whole unit.
Screws
Replace in reverse order. Ensure to replace gaskets when
reattaching motor to appliance body and that all wires are
correctly connected.
7. Replacing the Middle LED Board
7.1
The middle LED board is attached to the motor unit but can
be replaced individually, see Diagram 7.
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Rear LED board
Bottom of Firebox
9.3
Heater Assembly Case
Remove the 4 x screws from the front of the heater casing,
see Diagram 9 to free the heater assembly.
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Middle
LED
board
7.2
Disconnect the wire connecting the middle LED board to the
rear LED board, noting its orientation.
7.3
Attach the new board and reconnect the wire.
8. Replacing the Rear LED Board
The rear LED board is attached to the motor unit but can be
replaced individually, see Diagram 7.
8.1
Remove the motor unit following instructions in section 6 (it
is not necessary to disconnect the motor unit from the PCB) and rotate to access the rear LED board.
8.2
Release the board by removing the 2 x screws at either end of it.
8.3
Disconnect the wire connecting the rear LED board to the
front LED board, noting its orientation.
8.4
Attach the new board using the 2 x screws and reconnect
the wire.
8.5
Replace motor and effects unit (see Section 6). Ensure to
replace gaskets when reattaching motor to appliance body and that all wires are correctly connected.
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Screws
9.4
10
Tilt the heater casing forward and carefully remove the
heater assembly, see Diagram 10.
Servicing Instructions
9.5
Disconnect the 4 x coloured wires running from the firebox to
the heater assembly, see Diagram 11 noting the orientation.
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Disconnect
wires
Disconnect wires
9.6
Fit new heater assembly, ensuring all wires are correctly
attached and the heater is secured to its casing using 4 x
screws.
9.7
Reattach heater casing to bottom of firebox using 5 x screws.
9.8
Relocate the appliance to its original position and replace
any loose top plates or panels.
Spare Parts List
Parts Description
Model
Log Fuel Effect
Part No.
EXMOOR
DARTMOOR
PL0116
PL0118
Handset
EL0491
Battery
EL0492
PCB Unit
EL0493
Front LED Board
EL0494
Middle LED Board
EL0496
Rear LED Board
EL0498
Motor & Effect Assembly
EL0495
Heater Assembly
EL0497
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