Rinnai Symmetry RDV3611 Installation guide

Installation guide
Symmetry RDV3611
Important:
The Symmetry RDV3611 is recommended for a new build
installation into a false (mock) chimney. It is not suitable for
retrofitting into an existing masonry fireplace.
Appliance, including flue, is installed after framing and before
cladding. Rinnai strongly recommend appliance is fully tested
before any cladding material are applied.
Appliance must be:
--
Installed with a Rinnai supplied flue system.
--
Installed, commissioned and serviced by a licensed
tradesperson in accordance with these instructions and all
applicable local rules and regulations.
Warning
Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or
maintenance can cause property damage, personal injury or loss
of life.
For more information about buying, living and servicing of
Rinnai appliances call: 0800 RINNAI (0800 746 624)
Rinnai New Zealand Limited
105 Pavilion Drive, Mangere, Auckland
PO Box 53177, Auckland Airport, Auckland 2150
Phone: (09) 257 3800, Fax: (09) 257 3899
Email: info@rinnai.co.nz, www.rinnai.co.nz
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Specification4
Location5
Clearances6
TV installation above a fireplace
7
Installation guide overview9
Building the frame10
Electrical connection10
Bracket installation10
Fixing the unit to the frame
11
Flue installation - Rinnai flue kits
12
RDV3611 horizontal flue kits
13
RDV3611 flue components14
Flue guidelines16
RDV3611 flueing options17
Gas connection18
Flue restrictor installation19
Log set installation20
Test pressures22
Flame pattern23
Cladding24
Fitting the frames & dress guard
25
Wiring diagram26
Specification
All dimensions are in mm.
995
890
149
750
775
845
510
310
500
400
1090
715
1060
Cover panel
Covers 150 mm opening on both sides of the heater. Covers are removed only when a Symmetry Heat Transfer Kit is installed.
Outer frame
538
643
1006ID
1110
Symmetry RDV3611
Specification summary
Input
= 19-33 MJ/h
Output
= 3.8-7.5 kW
Efficiency
= 80%
Heating area
= up to 100 m²
Gas type
= NG or LPG
A direct vent (natural draft) inbuilt
gas fireplace with a glass front and
convection fan (top discharge).
Operated with a remote control (7day programmable timer).
Combustion method
Ceramic top pan burner
Data plate
Centre front of base panel (behind the
service panels)
Flue
Inner: 100 mm, outer: 170 mm.
Appliance must be installed with a
Rinnai applied flue system.
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Gas connection
½ “ BSP male flare
Ignition
Integrated sparker to pilot
Noise level
37-45 dB(A)
Power consumption
High = 50 W
Standby = <1 W
Standard electrical connection is to
the right side of the appliance.
Safety devices
Light to pilot, delayed ignition,
overheat switch, electronic flame
failure supervision, and combustion
chamber pressure relief.
Temperature control
Thermostatic, temperature control
range 7-32 °C.
Weight
60 kg
Location
The main points governing location are flueing and warm air distribution. The heater must
not be installed where curtains or other combustible materials could come into contact with
the appliance. In some cases curtains may need restraining.
Enclosure dimensions
The heater must be positioned on
a flat level surface. For installations
further up the wall, the heater
needs to be supported, either
construct a base using board, or
support with joists.
850 mm min.
A 25 mm clearance is required
around the unit (sides and back).
The 540 mm minimum dimension
will give a 25 mm clearance (plus)
from the back of the unit.
If installing the Symmetry Heat
Transfer Kit, allow an additional
side clearance of 250 mm. This
clearance is required to ensure
the ducting does not come into
contact with the fire.
.
in
m
1100
40
5
- 11
25
m
m
mm
m
m
915 mm
5
29
1
1830 mm
These are the minimum dimensions required if using the width, height, and depth
dimensions above.
Enclosure dimensions in a corner
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Clearances
The appliance must not be installed where curtains or other combustible materials could
come into contact with the heater. In some case curtains may need restraining. The clearances
listed below are minimum clearances unless otherwise stated.
Due to the number of different
sized Symmetry frames, all
dimensions are taken from the
edge of the glass.
1000
To ceiling
400
Up-wall installations
If the Symmetry is being installed
up the wall, the recommended
minimum clearance to the ceiling
is 1000 mm.
Floor protection
Heat emanating from this fire may
over time affect the appearance of
some materials used for flooring,
such as, carpet, vinyl, cork or
timber. This may be amplified if
the air contains cooking vapours
or cigarette smoke. To avoid this
occurring, it is recommended that
a mat be placed in front of this
appliance.
400
400
1
0
0
0
Note
The 400 mm side clearance includes the side walls.
Mantels and surrounds
A mantel and surround are
allowed providing they are outside
the minimum clearances shown.
B - Mantel depth
Hearths
A hearth is not necessary but can
be used for decorative purposes
or protection of sensitive flooring
if required. A hearth must not
obscure the front of the fire.
A - Mantel height from top of glass
D - Surround
projection
C - Surround from side of glass
A
Mantel height from top of glass
400 mm min.
B
Mantel depth at A - 400 mm (vertical clearance)
250 mm max.
For every 50 mm of added mantel depth, there must be an additional 100 mm of vertical
clearance. For example; a mantel depth (B) of 350 mm will require 600 mm (A) of vertical
clearance.
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C
Surround from side of glass
250 mm min.
D
Surround projection at C - 250 mm (side clearance)
250 mm max.
TV installation above a fireplace
If installing a flat screen TV above the fire, the main issue is heat. Heat from the fire, and heat
from the flueing components that sit behind the TV—especially if recessed
Directly Above
75
For a TV mounted directly above
the Symmetry RDV3611, the
mantel must be at least the depth
of the TV to deflect heat away
from the appliance.
20
TV
Flue
TV
The diagram shows recommended
clearances when installing a TV
directly above the Symmetry
RDV3611, or into a recess. All
dimensions are in millimetres.
400 mm dimension
The 400 mm dimension is the
minimum clearance required to
combustibles to a mantel.
Recessed
Flue
The Symmetry RDV3611 has a fan
that distributes warm air from the
top of the appliance out into the
room. As warm air is dispersed
outwards, as opposed to directly
upwards, installation of a TV may
be an option.
400
400
220
Mantel
Rinnai
RDV3611
Rinnai
RDV3611
Always check with the TV
supplier
It is up to the owner to check
the TV installation with the TV
supplier to verify clearances. Some
TV manufacturers have warranty
conditions that state a TV is not to
be installed above a fireplace.
Rinnai does not accept any
responsibility for damage to a
TV resulting from the use of this
information.
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Symmetry RDV3611
Installation
Installation guide overview
This overview is intended to provide installation information at a high level. Further detail on
each of the steps are provided in the following pages.
Before installation
Unpack the appliance and
components, and check for
damage. DO NOT install any
damaged parts.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Check all components have been
supplied, and that you have the
correct gas type.
Read these instructions to get an
overview of the steps required
before starting the installation.
Failure to follow these instructions
could cause a malfunction of
the appliance. This could result
in serious injury and/or property
damage.
Installation overview
1. Build the frame and complete
electrical connection.
2. Install brackets, Symmetry
unit, and fix the unit to the
frame.
3. Install flue and complete gas
connection.
4. Install ducting kit (if
purchased), and gas pipe.
5. Install flue restrictor (if
required), log set, test
pressures, and establish flame
pattern.
6. Install cladding.
7. Fit inner frame, outer
frame, and mesh guard (if
purchased).
8. Complete commissioning
checklist.
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Building the frame
Using the dimension information on page 5, construct the frame. Ensure a 25 mm clearance
around the sides and back of the unit.
Electrical connection
The standard electrical connection is to the right side of the front of the appliance. If
necessary this can be changed by an electrician to terminate on the left. The appliance must
not be located immediately below a socket outlet as this could be a potential fire hazard.
0m
25
A 1500 mm power cord is supplied
with a 3-pin plug. This must be
connected to a dedicated earthed
power point. The electric isolation
switch must be accessible after the
appliance has been installed.
m
The connection is either direct
wired or connected to a power
point within the cavity.
The electrical cord is not fire rated
and should not come into contact
with the fire. If the supply cord is
damaged, it must be replaced by
a licensed tradesperson. This must
be a genuine replacement part
available from Rinnai, part number
6765B.
Bracket installation
Install the four mounting brackets supplied onto the Symmetry RDV3611. The position of the
brackets will depend on the cladding thickness, and type of installation (framed or frameless).
The Symmetry RDV3611 can
be installed with Rinnai granite
and metal frames, and also as
a frameless installation. The
frameless installation can have
brick, rock veneer, or tiles, these sit
tight up against the framing plate
of the fireplace.
The metal mounting bracket
adjusts 20 mm to allow for the
different cladding thicknesses.
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Rinnai granite or metal
frame—bracket in
forward position, and
backing board around
framing plate.
Rinnai brick or tile
installation (note depth of
brick recess)—bracket in
middle position. Front face
of backing board level with
back face of framing plate.
Frameless brick or tile
installation (note cutaway
in brick for shallower
recess—bracket in back
position. Front face of
backing board sitting
behind the framing plate.
Fixing the unit to the frame
The Symmetry RDV3611 comes pre-assembled with the burner already in position. For all
installations, the unit MUST BE positioned on a level surface.
1. Position the unit inside the
cavity.
2. Bend and secure the two
metal standoffs supplied with
the unit into position. These
provide the required 150 mm
vertical clearance to the upper
lintel.
3. Fix the unit to the frame
with the four mounting
brackets. These act as
seismic constraints, as well
as providing the horizontal
clearance to the frame.
Step 2: Bend and secure metal standoffs
4. Install glass front, this will
help protect the unit while the
remaining installation work is
completed.
The carton in which the
Symmetry is packaged has a
cardboard cutout that is the
same size as the glass frame.
This can be used to protect the
unit during installation.
Step 3: Fix unit to the frame with the four mounting brackets
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Flue installation: Rinnai flue kits
Rinnai Symmetry RDV3611 flue kits have been based on the flue configurations shown.
If you have a combined vertical and horizontal flue configuration, you can order separate
components to suit.
Roof cowl
(high wind)
Flue pipe short (1 x 300 mm) or
Flue pipe long (2 x 230 mm)
Wall terminal (square)
Flashing collar Flashing box
90 ° elbow
Horizontal flashing kit
Flue pipe 900 mm
Wall strap
Flue pipe 1.2 m
RDV3611 Flue Kit Horizontal A
(Short, R3660)
Contains:
-- Flue pipe 900 mm
x1
-- Elbow 90 °x 1
-- Flue pipe 300 mm
x1
-- Horizontal flashing kit
x1
-- Wall terminal
x1
RDV3611 Flue Kit Horizontal B
(Long, R3661)
RDV3611 Flue Kit Vertical 3.6 m
(R3665)
Contains:
-- Flue pipe 900 mm
x1
-- Elbow 90 °x 1
-- Flue pipe 230 mm
x2
-- Horizontal flashing kit
x1
-- Wall terminal
x1
Contains:
-- Flue pipe 1.2 m
-- Wall strap
-- Roof cowl (high wind)
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x3
x2
x1
RDV3611 horizontal flue kits
The following diagram explains the components, dimensions (mm), and appropriate flue kits
available for differing horizontal flue installations. Refer to the table below to calculate what
flue pipe length and/or kit you may need.
D
D
310
325 - 440
310
435 - 550
90 º elbow
230 mm pipe x 2
1040
300 mm
pipe
Wall terminal
1775
Flashing
kit
Interior wall
900 mm pipe
Base
25
RDV3611 Short Horizontal Flue Kit A (R3660)
Distance from the appliance to the cowl
Flue Kit
Horizontal flue
D
230 mm pipe
560
675
Short A
300 mm pipe
635
750
Long B
230 mm pipe x 2
745
860
300 mm + 230 mm pipe
825
940
300 mm pipe x 2
895
1010
RDV3611 Long Horizontal Flue Kit B (R3661)
Notes
--
Adjust the distance by sliding the cowl on the
pipe
--
At its maximum position, the cowl should still
keep a 45 mm overlap
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RDV3611 flue components
108
108
165
165
Flue elbow 90 °
Flue elbow 45 °
Flue pipes
Code
Code
Codes
150 mm
230 mm
300 mm
450 mm
600 mm
900 mm
1200 mm
= R3643
Used to facilitate vertical and
horizontal flueing. Elbow
swivels 360 ° at base. Angle not
adjustable.
Once joined effective length
reduces 35 mm.
•
90 ° = 130 mm
= R3642
Offsets obstructions. Elbow
swivels 360 ° at base. Angle
not adjustable. Kit contains two
45 ° bends.
Once joined effective length
reduces 35 mm.
•
= R3630
= R3631
= R3632
= R3633
= R3634
= R3635
= R3636
Pipe used to construct
horizontal and vertical flueing.
Cannot be cut to size. Once
joined nominal length reduces
approx. 35 mm.
45 ° = 73 mm
45 degree offsets
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Flue pipe (length and code)
Offset (mm)
Rise (mm)
None (bend to bend)
N/A
124
340
150 mm
R3630
203
419
230 mm
R3631
257
473
300 mm
R3632
311
527
450 mm
R3633
417
633
600 mm
R3634
524
740
900 mm
R3635
737
953
1200 mm
R3636
949
1165
245.6 mm
325.6 mm
Ø268 mm
Elbow strap
Roof cowl
Horizontal flashing kit
Code
Code
Code
= R3644
Aluminium flue terminal
required for all vertical
installations.
338 mm
= R3646
Flashing components used to
join internal flue to the outside
flue, to provide a weathertight
seal, in horizontal flue
installations.
4
350 mm
338 mm
Used to prevent excessive
weight in the flue elbow.
= R3651
3
2
1
4
3
2
1
252 mm
Wall terminal
Flue extension
Flue restrictor
Code
Codes
75-175 mm
75-360 mm
Code
= R3650
Aluminium flue terminal
required for all horizontal
installations.
Side profile image shows
dimensions with the horizontal
flashing kit added.
= R3638
= R3639
Used for extended straight
lengths of flue. Available in two
lengths—extending to 175 mm
or 360 mm.
= 11516
Supplied with the unit.
Maintains efficiency by
restricting air flow through the
unit as flue length, and flue pull
increases.
Wall strap
Code
= R3647
Adjustable strap used in
interior/exterior installations to
add lateral support to the flue.
Provides a 50-200 mm
clearance to combustible walls.
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Flue guidelines
Every gas fireplace requires a flue system that will draw effectively and clear flue products
safely under all potential wind and climatic conditions.
It is the responsibility of the
installer to ensure that the
appliance is provided with an
effective flue. Some guidelines to
assist with flue design are listed
below. These should be viewed in
conjunction with the installation
instructions provided by the flue
manufacturer (included with
all Rinnai Symmetry flue cowls)
and with the Horizontal Flashing
Kit instructions. These must be
read and modified as necessary
with reference to the particular
installation
The Rinnai Symmetry RDV3611
must be installed with an
approved Rinnai flue system.
Approved flue components for
this appliance are detailed in this
guide.
Clearance to combustibles
Minimum clearance from inner
flue to combustible material must
be greater than 50 mm—equates
to 15 mm from the outer flue.
Flashings
A Horizontal Flashing Kit is
supplied with the horizontal
flue kits. For all other flueing
configurations flashings must be
specified.
Flue terminal locations
Must be compliant with
‘Clearances Required for Flue
Terminals’ from NZS 5261 2003.
Flue is not to terminate under
floors or in a roof space.
Self-supporting flue
The weight of the flue system
should not be supported by the
appliance—it should be selfsupporting. Supporting the flue
is usually completed during the
framing stage with flue supports
or straps within the cavity. Wall
straps have been included in the
Rinnai Vertical Flue Kit to assist
with this. Elbow straps are also
available as a separate component
to prevent excess weight on the
flue elbow.
Inner flue 100 mm
Flue
Outer flue 170 mm
Combustible Material
(must be greater than 50 mm from inner flue)
Clearance to combustibles
Shared flues
Gas appliances must not be
connected to a chimney or flue
serving a separate fuel burning
appliance.
Self-supporting flue
Flue cowl clearance
To ensure products of combustion
are cleared, adequate clearance
for the building is required.
The flue cowl should have a 500
mm clearance from any part of
the building. This also applies to
steeped and pitched roofs which
should be clear of the ridge line
as shown. Lesser clearances
may provide perfectly adequate
flue systems depending on the
installation. Minimum clearances
are shown in NZS 5261.
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Flue cowl clearance—500 mm clearance from any part of the building
RDV3611 flueing options
Vertical termination with
45 ° bends
Vertical termination with 90 ° bends
Horizontal termination with a
90 ° bend
Max. 1.2 m
Max. 5.4m
Max. 5.4 m
Max. 5.4 m
Ma
x. H
oriz
Restrictor position # 2
ont
al =
Restrictor position # 3
Restrictor position # 2
(6.0
3-V
ertic
al)/0
.52
4.2 m
4.2 m
4.2 m
Restrictor position # 3
Restrictor position # 4
Restrictor position # 3
3.0 m
3.0 m
Restrictor position # 4
Restrictor position # 4
2.4 m
1.8 m
No restrictor
No restrictor
Min. 0.6 m
after bend
x.
Ma
1.8 m
No restrictor
Min. 0.9 m
2
.69
l/0
ca
rti
Ve
on
riz
Ho
=
tal
Min. 0.9 m
Min. 0.9 m
Max. 3.5 m
Min. 0.3 m
Max. 0.9 m
Max. 3.5 m
Max. 1.8 m
Flueing notes
Vertical termination with
45 ° bends
Vertical flue terminations with or
without 45 ° bends (maximum
of two). The shaded sections
determine the position of the
flue restrictor.
Horizontal termination with a
90 ° bend
Horizontal flue terminations with
a 90 ° bend (maximum of one).
Vertical termination with
90 ° bends
Vertical terminations with two 90
° bends (maximum of two). The
shaded regions determine the
position of the flue restrictor.
Horizontal runs of flue pipe
Must be supported to prevent
any downward sags. Horizontal
pipe sections should be
supported at least every 1.2 m.
Wall straps can be used for this
purpose.
flue pipe to run downward. A
downward slope can trap heat
and become a fire hazard.
The shaded sections determine
the position of the flue restrictor.
The horizontal run of flue pipe
must have a 20 mm rise for
every 1 m of run towards the
termination. Never allow the
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Gas connection
The gas connection from the control valve is a ½ “ BSP male flare fitting. This connects
straight into the gas control on the lower left hand side of the appliance.
Gas pipe sizing must consider the gas input to this appliance, as well as other gas appliances
in the premises.
60
CL
190
440
Flared Union
To access the gas connection, remove the upper and lower
bracket (also called the service access panels). The brackets can
be removed by undoing the screws shown below at each end.
Connection Access
Gas Control
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Flue restrictor installation
Different flue configurations require different positioning of the flue restrictor—refer to the
RDV3611 flueing options page to determine what setting is required.
The flue restrictor works by limiting the amount of air required for combustion. The higher
the flue, the more the air is circulated. This can affect the performance of the fire.
The different hole positions are
shown in the diagram. These are
stamped on the flue restrictor.
4
3
2
1
4
3
2
1
Before installing the flue
restrictor
Before the flue restrictor can be
installed you need to remove the
pilot shield and carefully lift the
burner bed out of the unit.
Attach the flue restrictor as shown
by securing with the screws
provided.
3
3 2
2
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Log set installation
The log set (burn media) is packaged separately and consists of five log pieces and three
moulded rocks. Handle the log set with care to avoid chipping.
It is important you position the pieces as shown below as incorrect placement can create
carbon build up and affect performance.
Malfunctioning due to improper
log and rock placement is not
covered under warranty. The unit
must NEVER be used with broken
logs, or used with other burn
media, except Rinnai Rockwool.
Moulded rocks
The rocks form an important
part of the log set and must
be positioned as shown on
the following page. There are
three distinct shapes—these are
identified in the diagram.
Front left rock
Front base
right log
Front middle
left log
Front base
left log (with
moulded rock)
Top log
Triangular
shaped rock
Front middle
left log
Round flat
rock
Final log set layout
Front left rock
Round flat rock
Triangular
shaped rock
Moulded rock shapes
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1. Carefully remove log set from
packaging and fit the Front
Base Left Log in the created
gap. It should only fit one
way.
2. Fit Front Base Right Log into
position on the far right of the
burner base.
1.
2.
3. Fit Front Middle Left Log into
the back flat section of the
burner, and slot on top of the
Front Base Left Log.
4. Place Front Middle Right Log
into the u-shaped groove.
5. Place the Top Log onto the
recessed sections of the left
and right middle logs. Ensure
the middle elbow section rests
on the top of the Bottom Log.
6. Position the Round Flat Rock
and Front Left Rock over the
screw holes. Keep them as
far away as possible from the
glass, while making sure they
still cover the holes. Place the
remaining Triangular Shaped
Rock on top of the Round Flat
Rock as shown.
3.
4.
5.
6.
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Test pressures
To check and set the burner
pressures
1. Turn on the gas and power
supply to the unit.
2. Refer to the data plate for
applicable test point pressures.
Outlet test point
Inlet test point
Cap
Gas outlet
3. The test point is on the gas
control valve. Using a suitable
screw driver loosen the
captivated test point screw
and attach a manometer.
4. Using the manual control
switch (on the appliance), turn
the unit on and switch to the
HIGH setting, and adjust the
pressure as necessary.
5. Disconnect the solenoid
(yellow wire). This will ensure
the unit is on the lowest
setting and set the appliance
to the LOW setting. Adjust
the pressure as necessary.
Reconnect the solenoid.
6. After checking pressures,
turn the unit off, remove the
manometer, and replace the
test point screw.
7. Turn the heater on and off a
few times to check ignition.
8. When you are satisfied
that the heater is working
correctly, reassemble and start
the appliance to check the
flame pattern.
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High pressure
adjusting screw
Low pressure
adjusting screw
Adjust test point pressures as
necessary using a screwdriver and
spanner as shown above.
Flame pattern
It may take approximately two hours of operation for the logs to achieve their full flame
pattern and glow. During the initial burning in period, some smoke and smell may be
experienced. The appliance should run on the high setting in a well ventilated room until
these dissipate. It is important to check the flame pattern during this time.
Abnormal flame pattern
Abnormal flame performance and/
or pattern can indicate a problem
with your fire, such as blocked gas
injectors, or log set (burn media)
has shifted from when the fire
was first installed. There are some
warning signs that could indicate a
problem.
--
Unusual smell from the
appliance
--
Continued difficulty or delay in
establishing a flame
--
Flame appears either very
short or very long
--
Flame only burns part way
across the burner
--
Severe soot building up on the
inside of the glass door
Important
It is the responsibility of the
installer to check that under
normal conditions of the
appliance, all flue gases are
exhausted to the outside
atmosphere, and that there is no
spillage of combustion gases into
the room.
Normal flame pattern
Abnormal flame pattern
If the appliance cannot be made
to perform correctly please contact
Rinnai.
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Cladding
Cladding MUST NOT extend lower than the cladding support bracket.
WARNING
Enclosure
framework
1120
Cladding
Cladding
support
bracket
Front of
heater
Cladding
150
Cladding
support
bracket
Front of
heater
When installing the cladding, ensure it is installed up to the flange and not over it. Any overhang will affect
performance of the appliance and cause an unsafe situation.
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Fitting the frames & dress guard
WARNING
Before fitting the frames and/or dress guard, ensure the glass front is secured in place.
It is critical when fitting the glass front that you double check that it is not scratched or
damaged in any way, and that you have checked the gasket.
Inner frame
Hook over the glass and secure
in place on the two large lower
magnets on the front assembly.
Outer frame
Screw into position with the four
screws provided. If you have the
granite outer frame, refer to the
separate installation instructions
provided with the frame.
Mesh dress guard (optional
accessory)
This inserts flush into the inner
frame by hooking onto the top
and then pushing in—no fixings
required.
Mesh dress guard
Inner frame
Outer frame
Commissioning
Complete the installation and commissioning checklist in the customer operation guide, and
make sure you leave the guide with the customer. Explain to the customer about the use and
care of the unit, and that they understand the instructions and operation of the appliance.
If operating without a dress guard, advise the customer of the safety instructions to prevent
the risk of injury.
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Wiring diagram (11652-A)
AC 230V -240V
50 Hz
ACTIVE
NEUTRAL
OH SWITCH
(BROWN)
(GREEN)
IGNITION PACK 579 DBC SIT
Sparker Earth
Modulating Coil
(Gas Control)
(BROWN)
Flame Rod
Sparker
(RED)
(YELLOW)
FLAME ROD
TEST CONNECTION
(BROWNN)
1
2
(YELLOW)
(GREY)
(YELLOW)
(GREY)
(BLUE)
(BLACK)
(WHITE)
High Speed
Medium Speed
CONTROL PANEL RECEIVER
CABLE CAT 5
FAN MOTOR
(BROWN)
(GRN/YLW)
(BLACK)
FUSE 3A 250V
(RED)
1
(BLUE)
(BROWN)
(BLUE)
(RED)
2
(BLACK)
12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
(GRN/YLW)
1
2
(BROWN)
CONTROL UNIT
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(BROWN)
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