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Warmplan XX
Series
Users’ Operating
Instructions
FOR USE IN G.B. & I.E.
CAT I2H G20 AT 20mbar
CAT I3+ G30 AT 28mbar OR G31 AT 37mbar
INTRODUCTION
Your Warmplan XX is designed to give you warmth combined with ease of operation and economical use of
gas. When the heater is in use, cold air is drawn through the bottom grille, warmed and circulated round the
room through the top grille.
Warmplan XX Auto:
This heater is fitted with a time clock and thermostat which enables you to programme your individual
heating requirements then leave the heater to carry them out automatically.
Warmplan XX:
This heater is identical to the Warmplan XX Auto except that it is not fitted with a time clock. You switch
it on yourself and then set the thermostat to give you the room temperature which your require.
The appliance should be installed and serviced by a ‘Gas Safe’ registered engineer in accordance with the
installation instructions and with the rules in force.
Under normal installation conditions the gas wall heater gives an output of 3kW. It will consume 3.75 units of
gas per hour.
Whilst this appliance meets the required safety standards, additional guarding is recommended to give full
protection to young children, the elderly and the infirm.
A fireguard conforming to B.S. 8423 (Fireguards for heating appliances for domestic use) should be used for
the protection of children, the elderly or the infirm. Such a guard is also recommended for pet animals.
TIME CLOCK
(WARMPLAN XX AUTO)
INDICATOR LAMPS
CONTROL KNOB
GAS TAP
ELECTRICITY SOCKET
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CONNECTIONS
Gas:
There will be a gas supply pipe fitted underneath the heater at the left hand side. If a gas tap is
fitted, it is used for maintenance purposes and should be left turned ON.
Electricity:
The electrical supply will come from a nearby socket or fused spur outlet. It must be left
switched ON.
The appliance is already fitted with a mains lead. If it is too long then remove the plug, cut the
wire to length and then refit the plug following the instruction below.
WARNING:
This appliance must be earthed.
IMPORTANT:
The wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code:
Green/Yellow Earth
Blue
Neutral
Brown
Live
If you are fitting a plug, and the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this appliance do not correspond with
the coloured markings identifying the terminals of the plug, proceed as follows:–
The wire which is coloured green and yellow must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked
with the letter E by the earth symbol
or coloured green or green and yellow.
The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter N or
coloured black.
The wire which is coloured brown must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L or
coloured red
If the terminals of the plug are unmarked, consult a qualified electrician.
Two pin plugs must not be used. For fused plugs use a 3 amp fuse.
SWITCH ACTUATORS
OVERRIDE CONTROL
AMBER
INDICATOR LAMP
AMBER
INDICATOR LAMP
RED
INDICATOR LAMP
RED
INDICATOR LAMP
CONTROL KNOB
CONTROL KNOB
WARMPLAN XX
WARMPLAN XX AUTO
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROLS
Time Clock (Warmplan XX Auto)
Note that the clock has a 24 hour dial. The shortest switching interval is 15 minutes. Each actuator covers 15
minutes. Therefore for a 4 hour period of heating, 16 actuators should be used.
The clock is set as follows:
Remove the clock cover by pulling it away from the control panel. Slide the switch actuators in towards the
centre of the dial. To set the time, turn the dial clockwise until the time of day on the 24h rim is in line with the
arrow.
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Override Control (Warmplan XX Auto)
If the lever at the right hand side of the dial is moved to ‘I’, the heater will be permanently switched on and will
operate according to the control knob setting.
If the lever at the right hand side of the dial is moved to ‘o’, the heater will be permanently switched off
To resume normal timer operation return the lever to the central position, marked by a ‘clock’ symbol.
The override lever can be used to turn the heater off without affecting the thermostat setting but for long term
shut down, it is recommended that the Control Knob be turned to the OFF position.
Control Knob
This operates a thermostat and ON/OFF switch. OFF is indicated by the sign l . The thermostat settings range
from a minimum setting at 1 to a maximum setting at 6.
Indicators
A red indicator lamp marked ON shows that the heater is operating correctly. An amber indicator lamp marked
IGNITION/RESET shows that the ignition cycle has commenced and the clock and thermostat are calling for
heat.
OPERATING THE HEATER
Switch on the gas and electricity supplies. If your heater is Warmplan XX Auto, make sure that the clock is in
the ON position.
To switch the heater ON, turn the control knob clockwise to position 6. The amber lamp will come on indicating
that the ignition cycle has started. After about 20 seconds, the red lamp will come on. The heater is now
operating. If, however, the red lamp goes out after a few seconds and the amber lamp remains on, the heater
has failed to ignite. Turn the control knob to OFF and repeat the ignition procedure until the heater does light.
The flame can be seen through the window in the right hand side of the outer case.
Having ignited the heater, turn the control knob anticlockwise to the setting which gives the room temperature
that you require. This setting is best found by trial.
The heater will now operate automatically as directed by the clock, if fitted, and thermostat.
If your heater is Warmplan XX Auto, ensure the override control is set to the central position, marked by a
‘clock’ symbol.
The Warmplan XX Auto may now be left under ‘automatic control’.
If a clock is not fitted - to switch the heater OFF, turn the control knob anticlockwise to the OFF position.
NOTE. If the heater is inadvertently switched off, wait 10 seconds before switching on again.
SAFETY
If the electricity supply should fail, the heater will shut off safely. When the supply is restored, the heater will
switch on again automatically. Do not forget that the time clock, if fitted, will have stopped and will need to be
reset.
If gas or any other failure causes the burner flame to be extinguished, then the heater will make one attempt to
relight and, if this fails, it will shut itself off, a condition which is called 'lockout'. In this condition the red lamp
goes out and the amber lamp remains on.
If overheating occurs because of convection fan failure or blockage of the outlet louvre, an overheat switch
causes the heater to 'lockout'.
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If you see that the amber light only on your heater has been on for more than a minute or two, switch the
heater OFF by means of the control knob, Wait thirty minutes and then try to relight the heater in case the fault
was a temporary one caused perhaps, by a temporary interruption of the gas supply, or by a chair pushed
against the louvres. If the amber light only comes on again and stays on, the fault is permanent and you must
call a ‘Gas Safe’ registered engineer to investigate.
CLEANING
Do not clean the heater while it is warm. Clean with a soft damp cloth. Polish can be used on the case. Do not
use abrasive cleaners. The grilles can be cleaned with a soft brush.
WARNING
Clothes or material draped over the heater, or furniture placed closer than 12 inches from the heater will be
liable to cause it to turn off.
Curtains must not be draped over the heater and there must be a minimum of 25mm (1") above.
Children should be discouraged from putting anything through the grilles or in the flue terminal, or from
operating the controls.
MAINTENANCE
Apart from keeping the heater clean, there is no maintenance that you can do. It is advisable to have the
internal parts of the heater cleaned every year by a ‘Gas Safe’ registered engineer.
SPARES AND SERVICE
Apply to your local Gas Region/Supplier stating that the heater is a Warmplan XX or Warmplan XX Auto and
whether it is used on Natural Gas or LPG.
REGULAR MAINTENANCE SERVICING
Annual maintenance service, by a ‘Gas Safe’ registered engineer, is recommended.
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