Acquisitions X-FIRE 1200 User guide

X-FIRE 1200
USER GUIDE
GB / IE EDITION
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DISTRIBUTED BY
Acquisitions of London
24-26 Holmes Road
London Nw5 3AB
Tel: 24 hours 004 (0)207 482 2949
Email: sales@acquisitions.co.uk
This appliance is suitable for use on Natural gas (G20) at a
supply pressure of 20 mbar or Propane (G31) at a supply
pressure of 37 mbar
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Any installation or service work carried out on this appliance must only be
done by a recognised and Registered Installer in accordance with the Rules
in Force.
The data plate for this appliance, containing technical information and
specifications, can be found to the right of the control tray, near the base of
the fire. To access this, the fascia must be removed.
We recommend that the X-FIRE 1200 is inspected and serviced by a
qualified Gas Fitter once every twelve (12) months.
DO NOT PLACE ARTICLES OR FURNISHINGS ON OR AGAINST THIS APPLIANCE.
DO NOT OPERATE THE FIRE IF THE GLASS HAS BEEN BROKEN, DAMAGED OR IT IS
NOT PROPERLY POSITIONED / HOOKED ONTO THE FIRE.
DO NOT OPERATE THE FIRE WITH THE FASCIA PANELS REMOVED.
THIS APPLIANCE IS NOT INTENDED FOR USE BY YOUNG CHILDREN OR INFIRM
PERSONS UNLESS THEY HAVE BEEN ADEQUATELY SUPERVISED BY A
RESPONSIBLE PERSON TO ENSURE THAT THEY CAN USE THE APPLIANCE
SAFELY.
THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
MANUFACTURERS WRITTEN INSTRUCTIONS.
THE GLASS SURFACE ON THE FRONT OF THE FIREPLACE IS CONSIDERED A
WORKING SURFACE, AND AS SUCH IS HOT AND CARE MUST BE TAKEN NOT TO
TOUCH THIS SURFACE. IT IS RECOMMENDED A SECONDARY GUARD IS FITTED IN
PLACES WHERE THERE ARE YOUNG CHILDREN OR AGED OR INFIRM PERSONS.
IN GB, THIS GUARD SHOULD SATISFY THE REQUIREMENTS OF BS 8423.
CURTAINS SHOULD NOT BE POSITIONED ABOVE THE FIREPLACE AND ANY
PROTRUDING LEDGES MUST NOT COME WITHIN THE MINIMUM DISTANCES
SPECIFIED IN PAGE 7 OF THIS USER MANUAL.
THE NOx LEVEL OF THIS APPLIANCE IS: 85 mg/kWh WITH NATURAL GAS (G20)
AND COAL FUEL BED MEDIA.
This is a Decorative Gas Fire and is suitable as secondary heating. It can
give an output of up to 2.7kW when operated on Natural Gas (G20) at the
high flame setting.
X-FIRE 1200
Contents
> Basic Operation
Turning the X-FIRE 1200 on
Setting the Control Mode
Locking the Remote Control
Operation from the touch pad
1
2
5
5
> Clearances
6
> Cleaning and Maintenance
8
> Normal operating Sounds and Smells
10
> Warranty Information
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X-FIRE 1200
1
Basic Operation
The X-FIRE 1200 remote control allows you to turn ON and OFF the fire,
control the flame height in the Manual mode, or control the room temperature
in the Thermostat mode. The remote has a maximum range of 10 meters, and
because the remote works by radio frequency, it does not need to be aimed at
the X-FIRE 1200 for it to operate.
Switching on the X-FIRE 1200
When first powered the remote starts at the OFF screen (it is possible that the
remote is locked in the OFF screen: to unlock it just press the button below
Unlock, and then OK).
Switching on: Once the remote is unlocked, press On (left button) and OK
(middle button). A beep from the control unit will be heard, and the ignition
process starts (the pilot will start sparking and gas will start flowing to the pilot,
which should then be lit within a few seconds).
If the pilot flame fails to ignite, you must turn OFF the X-FIRE 1200 from the
remote and start the process of turning it ON again.
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Basic Operation
2
Switching off the X-FIRE 1200
To turn off the fire, push the OFF button, to shut down the gas flow to the fire
and switch it off. The OFF display will now appear in the display.
Setting the control mode for the fireplace:
There are three different modes for controlling the appliance:
> Manual
> Automatic
> Program
Automatic mode allows you to set a temperature, while in manual mode the
flame level may be set to HIGH, MEDIUM, LOW & PILOT. Program mode
offers automatic temperature control for specific times of the day.
In the initial screen when the remote is turned on, three options are available:
AUTO, MANUAL and MENU.
Auto and Manual are two of the three different modes for controlling the
appliance with the remote.
Manual mode:
If Manual is pressed, Pilot appears as the selected
setting. In the bottom row, ↓ and ↑ appear,
indicating that the flame level can by changed by
just pressing the left or middle button. There are four
possible flame positions: Pilot flame, Low flame,
Medium flame and High flame. Pressing Back (right
button), returns to the initial screen. Note that a
Safety temperature can be previously set in the
configuration menu. This specifies the maximum
the maximum permitted room temperature. This
temperature can never be set higher than 40ºC (104
ºF).
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Basic Operation
Automatic mode:
If Auto is pressed in the initial screen, 25ºC (77 º F)
appears as the desired temperature in the selected
setting. In the bottom row, ↓ and ↑ appear,
indicating that we can change the desired
temperature value by just pressing the left or middle
button. In auto mode the appliance heats until this
temperature is reached. Limits are 0-37ºC (3299ºF).
Pressing Back (right button), returns to the initial
screen.
Pressing Back (right button), returns to the initial screen.
In this mode the main burner can be switched on and off.
Program mode:
By default the program mode is not enabled. To enable program mode, enter
configuration mode by pressing and holding the OFF button for 40 seconds,
selecting “Programming” and selecting “yes” (For more information on
configuration mode see the installation manual, section 19.9).
There are two types of program mode: a Daily mode and a Weekly mode. In
the daily mode, every day uses the same program. In the weekly mode, every
day has its own program, so it is possible have a different program for each
day of the week.
In this mode the main burner can be switched on and off (pilot still burning).
Day programming menu: (Menu → Adjust Menu → Change Program)
There are 8 menus like this. One for Daily, and the others for each separate
day (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and
Sunday).
(Continued next page)
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Basic Operation
4
Program mode (continued)
The daily program screen consists of:
A: Selected (including “Daily”). The selected
day can be changed by pressing Change
(middle button).
B: Day schedule graphic. This bar displays
the program for the whole day by showing
the temperature setting for each hour of the
day. To access the day schedule graphic,
press ↓ (left button). To change the desired temperature, go to the hour you
want to change by pressing → (left button) and then press change (middle
button).
There are 3 temperature settings (bars):
Off
[Small bar] No temperature control (the appliance is in pilot
mode).
Night Temp
[Medium bar] The night temperature is set as the desired
temperature and the appliance will heat until this
temperature is reached. To adjust the night temperature
press “Menu → Adjust menu → Night” and set the desired
temperature.
Comfort Temp
[Large bar] The comfort temperature is set as the desired
temperature and the appliance will heat until this
temperature is reached. (High bar). To adjust the comfort
temperature pres Menu → Adjust menu → Comfort and set the
desired temperature.
Finally, to launch the program mode, in the main menu, set Program to On,
and select the desired Program Type (Daily or weekly). When activated, the
screen will show which of the above temperature settings is currently active,
Off, Night, or Comfort. The pilot must remain lit in order for the program to
remain running.
Changing the display from Celsius to Fahrenheit:
Go into Menu → Adjust menu → Unit. Press middle button and then left button
for changing units.
X-FIRE 1200
5
Basic Operation
To Lock / Unlock the remote control buttons:
Go into Menu → Lock. Press middle button and then left button for locking the
remote.
To unlock pres left button and then middle button.
Operation from the Touch Pad
The touch pad is intended to be used for service/diagnostic purposes and to
operate the fire in the event that the remote handset becomes lost or inoperative.
If you remove the fascia you will find an electronic touch pad in the lower centre of
the fire. The touch pad features the basic operations of the fire: On, off, and
manual adjustment of the flame height.
To turn on the XFIRE 1200, push the ON/OFF button on the touch pad. The
system will emit a beep and begin the ignition process, which can take about 20
seconds. Once the start up process is complete, the pilot flame is lit. The XFIRE
1200 is now in the 'Manual' mode and ready to be used.
While the pilot is lit, press the 'Flame Up' or 'Flame Down' button to alter the flame
height. The LED will flash once and the unit will beep to confirm the flame height
has been adjusted. The XFIRE 1200 has 4 flame positions: Pilot only, Low,
Medium, and High flame height.
If the 'Flame Up' button is pressed while the unit is in the 'high' flame position,
nothing will happen. Similarly, if 'Flame Down' is pressed while the unit is in the
'pilot' flame position, nothing will happen.
To shut down the gas flow to the XFIRE 1200, press the On/Off button and the
LED will begin to blink and the unit will emit a beep.
DO NOT DROP THE REMOTE.
Dropping the remote may result in a cracked LCD screen or malfunctioning components.
The warranty does not cover damage to the remote sustained by dropping, however
replacement remote controls are available.
X-FIRE 1200
6
Clearances
Cabinet Clearances
There must be a minimum of 100mm from the sides of the fascia to any
protruding side walls or cabinetry.
Television Positioning Considerations
It is becoming common practice for consumers to mount flat screen TV's
above their gas fireplace.
Most TV manufacturers have specified in their instructions that the
TV should not be installed on, near or above a heat source. For this
reason TV location decisions rest solely with the householder and
the manufacturer / distributor will not be held liable for any adverse
affects on a TV located near to the X-FIRE 1200 fireplace that may
be caused by heat.
The drawings below are suggestions that may be used as a GUIDE
for those consumers who do decide to locate their TV above an XFIRE 1200 gas fire. These drawings show ways to reduce the
amount of warm air rising off the fireplace and onto the TV.
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7
Clearances
The material that the wall and mantle are made from will also affect
the operating temperature of the TV so it is the customers
responsibility to satisfy themselves that their TV mounting and mantle
design will not exceed the listed maximum operating temperature of
their electronic goods.
Replacing Batteries
When batteries are replaced in either the battery box (inside the
fireplace) or n the handset, the unit will require 1 minute afterwards to
regain connection.
X-FIRE 1200 Mantle Clearances
If any part of the installation (mantle, wall
or cavity) is constructed from
COMBUSTIBLE materials, the diagram
below shows the maximum allowable size
for mantles or protruding surfaces
mounted above an X-FIRE 1200
If the entire installation (mantle, wall and
cavity) is constructed from NONCOMBUSTIBLE materials, then the
clearances to mantles or protruding
surfaces mounted above an X-FIRE
1200 may be as shown by the shaded
area in the diagram below
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8
Cleaning and Maintenance
Annual Servicing
Your X-FIRE 1200 Decorative Gas Fireplace requires that annual service
checks be carried out by a Registered Installer to ensure that it will continue to
operate in a safe manner.
Please ensure that you schedule annual service checks for your X-FIRE 1200
with your local Registered Installer or service agent.
Removing the X-FIRE 1200 Fascia
Ensure the fascia is allowed to cool before handling.
The X-FIRE 1200 fascia attaches to the fire by four hooks. To remove the
fascia, simply lift it upwards 15-20mm, and pull towards you. Care should
always be taken when handling the fascia.
To replace the fascia, line up the four hooks with the matching receptacles on
the fire and push the fascia into place and let it drop down, the fascia should
now be securely in position
Removing the X-FIRE 1200 Glass Assembly
Ensure the X-FIRE 1200 is allowed to cool before continuing with the following
procedure.
Pull the four hooks shown below towards you and then away from the glass
to release the glass frame underneath the hook.
Lift the glass assembly towards you to clear the locating supports and
place it flat upon some newspaper or a sheet of cardboard to protect your
floor coverings.
X-FIRE 1200
9
Cleaning and Maintenance
Follow the instructions on page 8 in reverse to refit the glass assembly to
the fireplace.
Do not operate the appliance if the glass has been broken, damaged, or
the glass is not properly positioned/hooked onto the appliance.
Cleaning your X-FIRE 1200
The unit must be cold before starting any form of maintenance or cleaning.
The glass can be cleaned using standard window cleaner. If you wish the
clean the inside of the glass, you can remove the glass assembly by following
the instructions on page 8.
Take care while cleaning the glass so as not to interfere with or damage the
fibreglass gasket material on the glass assembly.
Fuel Bed Media
Some discolouration of the coals may occur over time, particularly on white
coals. The gravel or driftwood layout and the quantity of material contained
therein must not be altered.
X-FIRE 1200
Sounds and Smells
10
Note: Each time the fire is lit from cold the glass will fog up with condensation.
This is normal and the condensation will disappear within a few minutes once
the glass heats up.
Sounds
It is possible that you will hear some sounds from your gas appliance. This
is perfectly normal due to the fact that there various types of materials used
within your appliance. Listed below are some examples. These are all
normal operating sounds and should not be considered as defects in your
appliance.
Gas Control Valve:
As the gas control valves turn ON and OFF, a dull clicking sound may be
audible, this is normal operation of a valve. When the fire is switched off
after being run for a while, there may be popping and fluttering noises as
the residual gas in the burner burns away. These are normal and should be
no cause for concern.
Unit Body / Firebox:
Different types and thickness’ of steel will expand and contract at different
rates resulting in some “dull drumming” and “ticking” sounds being heard
throughout the cycling process.
Smells
The first few times the unit is operated, the unit may release an odour and
the flames may appear orange caused by the curing of the paint, the
burning off of the starch in the gas coals and the oils in the metal. This is a
temporary curing process which will disappear with use.
X-FIRE 1200
11
Warranty
WARRANTY TERMS & CONDITIONS:
This warranty does not affect your statutory rights.
Provided that the Product is installed as stated in the Installation Manual and the step by
step warranty procedure has been followed in accordance with Acquisitions written
procedures, and the product has been operated and maintained in accordance with
these operating and maintenance instructions, then for the first period of twelve (12)
months from the date of purchase the cost of repairing or replacing any part of the Product
that is deemed at fault will be the responsibility of the retailer or Acquisitions Fireplaces
Limited.
For the second period of twelve (12) months from the date of purchase replacement parts
will be supplied free of charge except for the cost of carriage.
Parts and Labour for the first twelve (12) months:
a)
Acquisitions, at its sole discretion, may modify, adjust, repair, or replace the faulty
products. The warranty period on parts and labour shall be for twelve (12) months
from the date of purchase.
b)
Stone facias are made from natural materials which will include natural features
such as vents, pinholes, minor fissures and fossils or other markings. These are not
regarded as faults and may not be claimed as such under warranty.
Parts Only for the second twelve (12) months:
a)
Acquisitions, at its sole discretion, will provide replacement parts to the Distributor,
retailer or repair service. Faulty parts MUST be returned. The parts only warranty
period shall be for twelve (12) months and will commence twelve (12) months after
the acceptance date of the Products by the retailer.
General Terms and Exclusions:
1.
All repairs made within the Limited Warranty period shall be covered by this Limited
Warranty for a period of three (3) months from the date of completion of the repair,
or for the remainder of the overall Limited Warranty period, whichever is the longer.
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Warranty
2.
If the buyer or any other party modifies any part of the Product within the Limited
Warranty period without the prior written consent of Acquisitions then the Limited
Warranty shall be void. Acquisitions may, at its sole discretion, decide that the
Limited Warranty is void in relation to any part of the product, which has been
modified.
3.
Acquisitions must be notified of all claims under this Limited Warranty as soon as
possible, but in any event not later than two (2) weeks of the claimant becoming
aware of the circumstance giving rise to the claims.
4.
No Acquisitions Distributor, retailer, employee or other third party is authorized to
make any modification, extension, or addition to this Limited Warranty, whether
verbal or written.
5.
Acquisitions reserves the right to discontinue products or make substitutions, in
such event, the buyer may receive a substitute product or a cash refund at
Acquisition's sole discretion, if a replacement for the product covered by this Limited
Warranty is no longer available.
6.
Acquisitions is not responsible for damage arising from failure to follow instructions
for the product's installation, maintenance and permitted and proper use. The
Limited Warranty does not cover damage caused by use with non-Acquisitions
products or damage caused by accident, abuse, misuse, weather, fire, flood,
earthquake or other external causes. Products where an Acquisitions serial number
has been removed or defaced, cosmetic damage including, but not limited to,
scratches. Normal fair wear and tear are also not covered.
7.
This warranty does not cover installation of the fire into wet areas such as bathrooms
or areas of very high humidity.
X-FIRE 1200
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