EAW POWER AMPLIFIER CXA120 Specifications

THE
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IDEAL
I N S TA L L AT I O N
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Concord
CXA 40 - 120
Installers guide to commercial central heating boilers
MANUAL
CAUTION.
To avoid the possibility of injury during the installation, servicing or cleaning of
this appliance care should be taken when handling edges of sheet steel components.
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Concord CXA 40-120 (Natural gas)
B.G. Certified - P.I. No. 87/AP/80
Destination Countries: GB and IE
INTRODUCTION
CONTENTS
Air Supply. ........................................................................ 9
Boiler Assembly - exploded view. ................................. 10
Boiler Clearances. ........................................................... 6
CONSTRUCTION
BOILER BODY
The sectional boiler body is of cast iron and is supplied
assembled on a sheet steel combustion chamber with an integral
draught diverter. The boiler can be supplied in sectioned form to
special order for site assembly - refer to the section headed
‘Instructions for Site Assembled Boilers’.
Burner Assemblies - exploded views.
CXA 40-80. ................................................................. 23
CXA 90-120. ............................................................... 23
CASING
Casing Assembly. ........................................................... 13
BURNERS
The casing is manufactured in stove enamelled sheet steel
and is easily assembled on site.
The 3 burners are of stainless steel construction.
Chimney System. .............................................................. 9
Commissioning & Testing. ............................................. 18
Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations, 1994,
amendments 1996 or rules in force.
Fault Finding. ................................................................... 29
It is the law that all gas appliances are installed and serviced by
a CORGI registered installer (identified by ) in accordance with
the above regulations. Failure to install appliances correctly could
lead to prosecution. It is in your own interest, and that of safety, to
ensure that the law is complied with.
Gas Safety Regulations .................................................... 3
The Concord CXA 40-120 range of boilers has been tested and
certified by British Gas to prEN656 for use with Natural gas only.
Gas Supply. ........................................................................ 9
Multiple boiler installations
Electrical Connections. .................................................. 14
Electrical Supply. .............................................................. 9
Hydraulic Resistance. ...................................................... 6
Initial Lighting. ................................................................. 18
The Concord CXA range is certificated for use in multiple
boiler installations, providing that the following conditions are
satisfied.
Installation. ...................................................................... 10
1. A downdraught thermostat kit MUST be fitted to ALL boilers
in the installation.
Mandatory Requirements. ............................................... 8
2. A maximum of 6 boilers may be used with a single flue
header.
Option Kits. ........................................................................ 5
3. For clearances see Frame 2.
Pump. ................................................................................ 7
A comprehensive guide to multiple installations of Concord
CXA boilers is available.
Servicing. ........................................................................ 20
WARNING.
Short List of Parts. ......................................................... 31
Site Assembled Boilers. ................................................. 27
Static Head Requirements. .............................................. 7
System Connections. ..................................................... 12
Ventilation. ........................................................................ 9
Water Circulation. ............................................................ 5
Water Connections. ......................................................... 5
Water Treatment. ............................................................. 7
Wiring Diagrams. ............................................................ 15
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Failure to use a downdraught kit on every boiler in a multiple
boiler installation will negate the certification of the installation
and therefore contravene the essential requirements of the Gas
Appliance Directive.
Note. Concord CXA 40, CXA 50 and CXA 60 boilers are intended
for use as COMMERCIAL BOILERS and are NOT certified for use
in domestic applications. A domestic installation is defined as an
installation where the boiler takes its combustion air from a living
space or from a room directly or indirectly connected with the
living space. It is important, therefore, that no external control
devices - e.g. flue dampers, economisers etc., are directly
connected to this appliance unless covered by these Installation
and Servicing Instructions or otherwise recommended by
Caradon Plumbing Limited in writing. If in doubt, please enquire.
Any direct connection of a control device not approved by Caradon
Plumbing Limited could invalidate the British Gas Certification,
the normal appliance warranty and could also infringe the Gas
Safety Regulations. Table 1, Table 2 and the descriptive notes
which follow contain all the essential data likely to be required by
the installer.
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GENERAL
Table 1- Performance Data
Boiler
CXA 40
CXA 50
CXA 60
CXA 70
CXA 80
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
6
7
47.3
56.3
67.7
79.2
90.7
102.3
112.6
123.8
135.0
Btu/h (x 1000)
161.4
192.1
230.9
270.3
309.6
349.0
384.2
422.4
460.6
Gross kW
52.5
62.5
75.1
87.93
100.7
113.5
125.0
137.4
149.8
Btu/h (x 1000)
179.1
213.3
256.2
300
343.6
387.3
426.5
468.8
511.2
42.0
50.0
60.08
70.34
80.56
90.8
100.0
110.0
120.0
143.3
170.6
205.0
240.0
274.9
309.8
341.2
375.3
409.4
Number of sections
Boiler Input
Nett
kW
Boiler output to water
kW
Btu/h (x 1000)
Gas rate
CXA 90 CXA 100 CXA110 CXA120
m 3/h
5.0
5.96
7.16
8.38
9.6
10.82
11.91
13.1
14.3
(ft3/h)
(176.6)
(210.5)
(252.9)
(295.9)
(339.0)
(382.1)
(420.6)
462.3
504.1
4.5% CO2 &
100°C m3/s
0.044
0.052
0.063
0.073
0.084
0.094
0.104
0.114
0.125
4.5% CO2 &
212°F ft.3m
93
110
133
155
178
199
220
242
264
mbar
11.7
10.5
12.2
10.4
10.3
11.2
11.5
11.8
12.0
(in.w.g.)
(4.7)
(4.2)
(4.9)
(4.2)
(4.1)
(4.5)
(4.6)
(4.7)
(4.8)
[76.0]%
[76.4]%
[77.5]%
[76.6]%
[77.1]%
[77.4]%
[77.8]%
Approximate
flue gas volume
in the secondary
flue of the chimney system
Manifold setting pressure
Seasonal efficiency (SEDBUK)*
[77.5]% [77.2]%
* This value is in the UK government's Standard Assessment Procedure (SAP) for energy rating of dwellings.
The test data from which it has been calculated has been certified by BG plc 0087
Note. To obtain gas consumption, divide gross heat input (kW) by a calorific value of 37.8 (MJ/m3)
Note. To obtain gas consumption, divide nett heat input (kW) by a calorific value of 34.0 (MJ/m3)
Table 2 - General Data
Boiler
Number of sections
CXA 40
CXA 50
CXA 60
CXA 70
CXA 80
3
4
4
5
5
Flow tappings
Rc (in. BSP)
2 x 2 at rear
Return tappings
Rc (in. BSP)
2 x 2 at rear
Maximum static head metres (feet)
61 (200)
Maximum pressure
6.0 (87)
bar (p.s.i.)
Gas inlet connection Rc (in. BSP)
Minimum dynamic
mbar gauge
gas pressure required
at the boiler inlet
(in.w.g.)
CXA 90 CXA 100 CXA110 CXA120
6
6
3/4 (3/4)
6
7
1 (1 )
15.0
15.0
16.5
15.0
16.5
15.5
16.5
17.0
17.5
(6.0)
(6.0)
(6.6)
(6.0)
(6.6)
(6.2)
(6.6)
(6.8)
(7.0)
Electricity supply
230 Volts- single phase, 50 Hz, fuse 5 A
Nominal flue size (to BS. 835) m m
150
150
175
175
200
200
200
250
250
(in.)
(6)
(6)
(7)
(7)
(8)
(8)
(8)
(10)
(10)
Diverter outlet socket
mm
184
184
213
213
238
238
238
288
288
internal diameter
(in.)
(7.3)
(7.3)
(8.4)
(8.4)
(9.4)
(9.4)
(9.4)
(11.3)
(11.3)
Length of burner bars (overall) m m
377
497
497
617
617
737
737
737
857
(14.8)
(19.5)
(19.5)
(24.3)
(24.3)
(29.0)
(29.0)
(29.0)
(33.7)
Main burner injectors( 3 off) size, mm
3.4
3.82
4.12
4.57
4.86
5.2
5.3
5.6
5.8
Approximate dry weight
210
265
265
330
330
395
395
395
490
(lb.)
(463)
(584)
(584)
(727)
(727)
(871)
(871)
(871)
(1078)
litre
22
30
30
37
37
45
45
45
53
(4.8)
(6.6)
(6.6)
(8.2)
(8.2)
(9.9)
(9.9)
(9.9)
(11.7)
(in)
Water content
kg
(gal.)
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GENERAL
GAS CONTROLS
Downdraught thermostat kit
Control is by automatic ignition of intermittent pilot; once the
presence of a flame has been proved the single (or double)
main gas valves open to give full heat input. The mains voltage
supply is via a terminal plug connection at the control box.
This kit is optional when used on a single CXA installation, but
mandatory when used on a multiple boiler installation.
ELECTRICAL CONTROLS
The boiler is supplied with 2 printed circuit boards; Board
S4561B1054 is the ignition board containing the flame proving
logic and the on-board spark generator. Board W4115A1020
contains the electronic thermostat and the pump overrun timer. A
preset overheat thermostat is also fitted. The control box displays
neons indicating boiler status as follows:
z
Boiler on
z
Lockout
z
Overheat
The range of boilers is suitable for: Combined indirect pumped
domestic hot water and central heating systems; Independent
indirect pumped domestic hot water or central heating systems.
Fully pumped systems may be open vented or sealed.
The range of boilers is NOT suitable for:
1. Gravity DHW systems.
2. Gravity heating systems.
3. Direct domestic hot water supply.
WATER CIRCULATION SYSTEM
A 4 minute anticycle delay is built in to the controls to prevent
rapid cycling.
FROST PROTECTION
Frost protection is incorporated in the boiler as long as there is a
permanent live supply wired to terminal L1 on the terminal plugin connection at the control box and the boiler thermostat knob is
not switched to off.
If the temperature sensed by the boiler thermostat falls to about
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5 C the boiler will fire until the temperature reaches 18 C. Note
that this is designed to protect the boiler and may not necessarily
protect the remote parts of the system.
OPTION KITS
Due to the compact nature of the boiler the heat stored within the
castings at the point of shutdown of the burner must be dissipated
into the water circuit in order to avoid the overheat thermostat
tripping. In order to allow pump operation after burner shutdown
the boiler control box incorporates a pump overrun facility which
operates for approximately 6 minutes after burner shutdown and,
in order to make use of this, the pump must be wired to the
appropriate terminal L2 (pump) in the boiler control box.
1. The minimum flow rate as given in Table 4 must be
maintained whenever the boiler is firing and during the
pump overrun period.
2. During the period of pump overrun there must be an open
circuit of adequate water volume and/or load. The
minimum size of this circuit is given by the use of Graph 1.
Examples shown on Graph 1
Remote indication kit
This kit gives the facility of remote indication of the boiler status.
Pressure gauge kit
In addition to the above control kit, an optional pressure gauge
is also available for the range of boilers. Details for fitting are
included with the pressure gauge.
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DUTY
a. For the CXA 90 and CXA 100 the minimum circuit during
pump overrun could be a load of 6 kW with a volume of 31
litres or any other combination given by the relevant line.
b. For the CXA 70 and CXA 80 the minimum circuit during
pump overrun could be a load of 2 kW with a volume of 45
litres or any other combination given by the relevant line.
WATER CONNECTIONS
Flow and return connections are 2" BSP.
A 1" BSP tapping is provided in the redundant return flange for
the cold feed or expansion vessel connection.
Safety Valve
A safety valve must be sized and fitted in accordance with BS.
6644 for every type of system. The valve should be set at 0.7
bar (10 lb/in.2) above the operating pressure in the boiler. The
maximum safety valve setting is 0.7 bar (10 lb/in.2) above the
maximum design operating pressure of 6 bar (87 lb/in.2).
Cold Feed/Open Vent
The independent cold feed and the open vent must comply
with BS. 6644 and be of the following minimum size.
Boiler Size
Cold Feed
Open Vent
CXA 40 - 50
3/4"
1"
CXA 60 -120
1"
1 1/4"
Sealed system filling point - refer to Frame 8
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GENERAL
Graph 2 - Hydraulic Resistance
Graph 1 - Heat load / water volume
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CLEARANCES & DIMENSIONS
Table 3
Boiler Size
CXA 40
CXA 50
CXA 60
3
4
4
No. of sections
Front clearance mm (in)
CXA 70
CXA 80
CXA 90
CXA100
CXA110
CXA120
5
5
6
6
6
7
750 (29 1/2)
Rear clearance mm (in)
0
0
0
150 (6)
150 (6)
Side clearance mm (in)
300 (12) 300 (12) 300 (12) 300 (12)
50 (2)
50 (2)
50 (2)
50 (2)
50 (2)
100 (4)
100 (4)
100 (4)
100 (4)
Dimension A
mm
750
882
882
1042
1042
1212
1212
1232
1390
in
29 1/2
34 3/4
34 3/4
41
41
47 3/4
47 3/4
48 1/2
54 3/4
Dimension B
mm
108
108
122.5
122.5
135
190
190
157
160
Dimension C
mm
in
4 1/4
4 1/4
4 7/8
4 7/8
5 3/8
7 1/2
7 1/2
6 1/8
6 1/4
931.6
931.6
931.6
910.6
910.6
872.6
872.6
872.6
872.6
36 5/8
36 5/8
36 5/8
35 7/8
35 7/8
34 3/8
34 3/8
34 3/8
34 3/8
177.5
187.5
187.5
224.5
224.5
271.5
271.5
275.0
321.5
in
Dimension D
mm
7
7 3/8
7 3/8
8 7/8
8 7/8
10 5/8
10 5/8
10 1/2
12 5/8
Dimension E
mm
69.0
79.0
79.0
116.0
116.0
163.0
163.0
167.0
213.0
in
2 3/4
3 1/8
3 1/8
4 5/8
4 5/8
6 1/2
6 1/2
6 1/2
8 3/8
in
POSITION OF BOILER
Minimum clearances required
from walls or other fixed objects
to allow for the free access of
combustion air are shown in
Table 3 above.
However, for maintenance
purposes we suggest a
minimum rear clearance of
50mm.
Any combustible material
adjacent to the boiler and its
flue system must be so placed
or shielded as to ensure that
its temperature does not
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exceed 65 C (150 F).
MULTIPLE BOILER INSTALLATIONS
CXA 90, 100, 110 & 120
The minimum installation clearances must conform to the
dimensions given below:
Clearance between boilers = 100mm
Clearance at both ends of the multiple installation = 100mm*
CXA 40, 50, 60, 70 & 80
Rear clearance: sufficient clearance should be given at the
rear of the boiler for connection of gas and water pipework.
Clearance between boilers = 50mm
Clearance at both ends of the multiple installation = 50mm*
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*Additional clearance is required for access at either end of the
installation.
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GENERAL
The above circuit capacity during pump overrun may be
achieved either by provision of an adequate bypass circuit
or by ensuring that a zone of suitable size is open for
circulation during this period by relevant control of zone
valves or pumps.
The wiring diagrams in Frames 16,17 &18 illustrate the
control methods for achieving the above.
3. Pump selection should take account of the hydraulic
resistance given in Graph 2.
Table 4 - Flow rates for fully pumped systems
Boiler
Minimum flow rates for a
temperature difference of 350C (630F)
l/s
g.p.m.
CXA 40
0.28
3.7
CXA 50
0.34
4.5
CXA 60
0.41
5.4
CXA 70
0.48
6.3
CXA 80
0.55
7.3
CXA 90
0.62
8.2
CXA 100
0.68
9
CXA 110
0.75
9.9
CXA 120
0.82
10.9
PUMP POSITIONS
Whenever practically possible the circulating pump(s) should be
positioned so that it pressurises the system being served. The
vertical distance between the pump(s) and any cold feed and
expansion cistern MUST comply with the pump manufacturers
requirements in order to avoid cavitation. These requirements
override the information given in Frame 3 if the static head required
for the pump(s) exceeds that required for the boiler.
MINIMUM FLOW OF WATER - Refer to Table 4
The system design must provide for an adequate flow rate through
the boiler at all times when the boiler is firing. The minimum flow
rate should correspond to a temperature difference across the
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boiler flow and return of 35 C (63 F), assessed at catalogue
rating.
WATER TREATMENT FOR HOT WATER AND
HEATING BOILERS
There is a basic need to treat the water contained in all heating
and indirect water systems, particularly open vented systems. It
is assumed, incorrectly, that because boilers are operating in
conjunction with what is apparently a closed circuit an open vented
system will not, under normal circumstances, allow damage or
loss of efficiency due to hardness salts and corrosion once the
initial charge of water has been heated up a few times.
1mm of lime reduces the heat transfer from metal to water by
10%.
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Particular reference should be made to BS. 6644: Section 2;
Subsection 10 and Guidance note PM5 "Automatically
controlled steam and hot water boilers" published by the
Health and Safety Executive.
The information and guidance given below is not intended
to override any requirements of either of the above
publications or the requirements of the local authority, gas or
water undertakings.
Other British Standards applicable are BS.5422 and
BS.6700.
The information provided is based on the following
assumptions:
1. An independent open vent/safety pipe connection is
made to the redundant boiler flow tapping or is
positioned immediately after the system flow pipe
connection to the header, as shown.
2. An independent cold feed/expansion pipe connection is
made to the redundant boiler return tapping. Cold feed/
expansion pipe connections made to the pumped
system return will result in an increase in the static head
requirement, caused by the additional resistance of the
distributor tube. Surging may also increase.
3. The maximum flow rate through the boiler is based on a
temperature difference of 11 °C at full boiler output and
the circulating pump is positioned in the flow to the
system.
4. The boiler is at the highest point of circulation in the
system. Systems designed to rise above the boiler flow
tappings will automatically require a minimum static head higher
than that shown.
5. The position of the open vent/safety pipe above the expansion
cistern water level is given as a guide only. The final position will
depend upon the particular characteristics of the system. Pumping
over of water into the expansion cistern must be avoided.
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Note A. This minimum height must be
increased, if necessary, to comply with the
minimum head required by the pump
manufacturer in order to avoid cavitation.
Note B. This diagram does not show safety
valves, water flow switches, etc., necessary for
the safe operation of the system.
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GENERAL
In practice the deposition of these salts is liable to cause
noises from the boiler body or even premature boiler failure.
Corrosion and the formation of black iron oxide sludge will
ultimately result in premature radiator failure.
Open vented systems are not completely sealed from the
atmosphere if proper venting and expansion of system water
is to be achieved. The same tank is used to fill the system with
water and it is through the cold feed pipe that system water
expands into the tank when the boiler passes heat into the
system. Conversely, when the system cools, water previously
expelled is drawn back from the tank into the system together
with a quantity of dissolved oxygen.
Even if leakage from the heating and hot water system is
eliminated there will be evaporation losses from the surface of
the tank which, depending upon ambient temperature, may be
high enough to evaporate a large portion of the system water
capacity over a full heating season.
There will always be corrosion within a heating or hot water system
to a greater or lesser degree, irrespective of water characteristics,
unless the initial fill water from the mains is treated. Even the
water in closed systems will promote corrosion unless treated.
For the reason stated, Caradon Plumbing Limited strongly
recommend that, when necessary, the system is thoroughly
cleaned, prior to the use of stable inhibitor, which does not require
continual topping up to combat the effects of hardness salts and
corrosion on the heat exchangers of the boiler and associated
systems.
relevant requirements of the Gas Safety Regulations, current I.E.E.
(BS.7671) Regulations, Model Water Bye-laws, local water
authority bye-laws and it should also comply with any relevant
requirements of the local gas region, local authority and the
relevant British Standard Codes of practice and building
regulations.
FOR SMALL PIPE INSTALLATIONS:
BS. 6891; Installation of low pressure pipework
FOR LARGE PIPE INSTALLATIONS:
British Gas Publications:
IM11:
Flues for Commercial and Industrial Gas
Fired Boilers and Air Heaters.
Gas Installations
IGE-UP-1:
Purging Procedures of Non-domestic Gas
Installations. Soundness Testing Procedures
for Industrial and Commercial.
IGE-UP-2:
Guidance notes on the Installation of Gas
Pipework, Boosters and Compressors in
Customer’s Premises Equal to or Greater
than 25mm (Non-domestic).
BS.6644:
Installation of Gas Fired Hot Water Boilers
60kW to 2MW.
BS 6880 Pt 1-3: Water Supply.
Caradon Plumbing Limited advise contact directly with specialists
on water treatment such as:
CP342:2:
Fernox Manufacturing Co. Ltd.,
Tandem House,
Marlowe Way,
Croydon.
Surrey CRO 4XS
Manufacturers notes must not be taken, in any way, as
overriding statutory obligations.
or
Sentinel Division
Betz Dearborn Ltd.,
Widnes,
Cheshire, WA8 8UD
Tel. 0151 424 5351.
Tel 0870 5601 5000
INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
The appliance must be installed by a CORGI (
installer.
) registered
The installation of the boiler must be in accordance with the
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Centralised Hot Water Supply.
Model Water Bye-laws
FOUNDATION
The boiler must stand on a non-combustible floor (i.e. concrete
or brick) which must be flat, level and of a suitable load bearing
capacity to support the weight of the boiler (when filled with
water) and any ancillary equipment.
If the boiler is mounted on a plinth then the dimensions must
exceed the plan area of the boiler by at least 75mm on each
side.
SEALED (PRESSURISED) SYSTEMS
Working pressure 6 bar maximum.
Particular reference should be made to BS. 6644: Section 2;
Subsection 11 and Guidance note PM5 "Automatically
controlled steam and hot water boilers" published by the
Health and Safety Executive.
The information and guidance given below is not intended to
override any requirements of either of the above publications
or the requirements of the local authority, gas or water
undertakings.
In general commercial closed pressurised systems are
provided with either manual or automatic water make up.
On both instances it will be necessary to fit automatic controls
intended to protect the boiler, circulating system and ancillary
equipment by shutting down the boiler plant if a potentially
hazardous situation should arise.
Examples of such situations are low water level and
operating pressure or excessive pressure within the system.
Depending on circumstances, controls will need to be either
manual or automatic reset. In the event of shutdown both
visual and audible alarms may be necessary.
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Pressure vessels used must comply with BS. 4814 and
must be sized on the basis of the total system volume and
initial charge pressure.
Initial minimum charge pressure should not be less than 0.5
bar (7.2 psi) and must take account of static head and
specification of the pressurising equipment. The maximum
water temperatures permissible at the point of minimum
pressure in the system are specified in Guidance Note PM5.
When make-up water is not provided automatically it will be
necessary to fit controls which shut down the plant in the
event of the maximum system pressure approaching to
within 0.35 bar (5 psi) of safety valve setting.
Other British Standards applicable to commercial sealed
systems are:BS. 6880: Part 2.
BS. 1212
BS. 6281: Part 1
BS. 6282: Part 1
BS. 6283: Part 4
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GENERAL
VENTILATION
CHIMNEY SYSTEM
Safe, efficient and trouble-free operation of open flued gas
boilers is vitally dependent on the provision of an adequate
supply of fresh air to the room in which the appliance is
installed. Ventilation by grilles communicating to the outside
air is required. The minimum free area and required
positioning of these grilles must be in accordance with Tables
5 & 6.
To ensure the safe and satisfactory operation of the boiler the
chimney system (which may be common or individual, in the
case of twin or multiple boiler installations) must be capable of
the complete evacuation of combustion products at all times.
The effective height of the chimney terminal(s) above the boiler
outlet(s) must ensure sufficient buoyancy to overcome the
resistance of the bends, tees and runs of the flue pipe involved
and shall terminate in a down draught free zone. The number
of bends and lengths of horizontal flue pipe used should be
kept to a minimum in order to reduce gas flow resistance.
Table 5
CXA 40-60 boilers installed in a room or internal space
Boiler size
Air vent free area cm2
40
202
50
247
60
304
This air vent shall be direct to outside air or to a room or
internal space itself with an air vent to outside air of the same
size.
Table 6 - CXA 70-120 boilers
Total input
rating of boilers
Position of air
vents
Air vent areas (air
direct from outside)
Up to 2 MW
HIGH LEVEL
270 cm2 plus
2.25 cm2 per kW input
in excess of 60 kW
total rated input
Up to 2 MW
LOW LEVEL
540 cm2 plus
4.5 cm2 per kW input
in excess of 60 kW
total rated input
Position ventilation grilles to avoid the risk of accidental
obstruction by blockage or flooding. If further guidance on
ventilation is required then consult BS.6644 and BS.5440:2.:
2000
AIR SUPPLY BY MECHANICAL VENTILATION
The supply of air by mechanical means to a space housing the
boiler should be by mechanical inlet with natural or
mechanical extraction. Mechanical extract ventilation with
natural inlet must NOT be used.
Where a mechanical inlet and a mechanical extract system is
applied, the design ventilation flow rates should be as in Table
4 of BS.6644.
The requirements for air supply by mechanical ventilation are
given in BS.6644.
Note. For mechanical ventilation systems an automatic control
should be provided to cause safety shutdown or lockout of the
boiler(s) in the event of failure of air flow in either inlet or extract
fans.
Compliance with the recommendations made in BS.6644,
British Gas publication IM 11 ‘Flues for Commercial and
Industrial Gas Fired Boilers and Air Heaters’ and the’ Third
Edition of the 1956 Clean Air Act Memorandum’ should be
strictly observed where applicable.
The chimney design should avoid the formation of excessive
quantities of condensate. For this reason it is recommended
that all chimneys are insulated and lined. In the case of brick
or similar structures a stainless steel rigid or flexible flue liner
(grade 304/316) may be used in conjunction with a 50 mm
(minimum) thick layer of vemiculite or perlite granules between
the liner and the inner skin of the chimney body. Liners should
be sealed at both top and bottom.
As the Concord CXA range of boilers is supplied complete
with an integral draught diverter, a diverter MUST NOT be fitted
within the chimney system.
Drainage points positioned at the bottom of all vertical chimney
sections should be provided. Drain pipes should be no less
than 25 mm I.D., manufactured from acid condensate
resistant material such as stainless steel and be positioned
so that pipe runs and discharge points are not subject to the
effects of frost and that flue gases cannot leak into the boiler
room.
Care should be taken to ensure the specification of the
chimney is suitable for the application by reference to the
manufacturers literature. Caradon Plumbing Limited can offer
advice on the design of suitable chimney systems.
GAS SUPPLY
If there is any doubt regarding the capacity of the gas meter, the
available gas pressure, the adequacy of existing service pipes
or the size required for new service pipes then the advice of the
gas region should be requested.
Installation pipework should be fitted and tested for gas
soundness in accordance with BS. 6891;
IGE-UP-1 for small installations
IGE-UP-2 for large installations.
The local gas region must be consulted if it is necessary to
employ a gas pressure booster.
ELECTRICAL SUPPLY
IMPORTANT. The use of an extractor fan in the same room as
the boiler (or in an adjacent, communicating room) can, in
certain conditions, adversely affect the safe operation of the
boiler. Where such a fan is already fitted (or if it is intended to
fit an extractor fan after installation of the appliance) the advice
of the Gas Region should be obtained.
WARNING. This appliance must be efficiently earthed.
Tests for spillage of products from the draught diverter when
the extractor fan is running and all doors and windows are shut
should be carried out after installation. If spillage is detected,
the area of permanent ventilation must be increased.
For details of connections refer to Frame 14.
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A 230 V - 50 Hz mains supply is required, fused at 5 amps.
Wiring external to the appliance MUST be in accordance with
the I.E.E. (BS. 7671) Wiring Regulations and any local
regulations which apply.
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CONCORD CXA BOILER ASSEMBLY - Exploded view
Legend
1. Cleanout cover
2. Collector hood
3. Middle section
4. Section alignment rings & 'O' rings
5. End section
6. Gas cock
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7. Drain cock
8. NOx duct
9. Front plate
Section bolt
Distribution tube
Tie rods
Thermostat pocket
Spillage skirt
Flueway baffles
Gas pipe
PACKAGING
Check that all these packages are complete and have been
correctly received on site.
Factory assembled boilers are despatched from the works as
fully packaged units comprising:
1. Assembled boiler body (with distributor tube) on a wooden
pallet base enclosed in a wooden crate.
2. Carton containing the casing, fastenings and flue brush.
3. Carton containing the installation pack and instruction books.
4. Carton containing the control box.
CASING PACK contains:
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10. Burner manifold assy.
11. Base plate
12. Combustion chamber
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15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
Front panel ...................... 1 off
Side panel ....................... 2 off
Top panel ........................ 1 off
Top support bracket ........ 2 off
Flue brush ....................... 1 off
Casing hardware pack ... 1 off
INSTALLATION HARDWARE PACK contains:
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M10 washer ..................................... 4 off
Split pin ............................................ 1 off
Strain relief bush ............................. 1 off
M10 x 25 Hex. Hd. screw ................. 2 off
M10 x 35 Hex. Hd. screw ................. 2 off
Gasket EPDM Type EP600 .............. 3 off
Plug 2" taper Sq.Hd. ........................ 3 off
Installation/Service instructions ...... 1 off
User's instructions .......................... 1 off
Flange RC 1" ................................... 1 off
2" BSP Flange (distributor tube) ...... 1 off
2" Installation pipe (handling bars) . 2 off
Thermostat pockets ......................... 2 off
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PACKAGING AND BOILER REMOVAL
1. Remove the casing carton and outer packaging
frame.
2. Remove the casing pack support frame.
3. Remove the distributor tube pack, controls package
and installation pack.
9. Using the handling bars, manoeuvre the boiler forwards
on the packaging base and slide over collapsing base on
to the floor.
Note. Before manoeuvring the boiler into its final position
see Frame 8
4. Remove the 2" BSP steel handling bars from the
installation pack.
5. Remove the 4 base bolts holding assembly to the
packaging base.
6. Remove the wood screws securing the front cross
member on the packaging base.
7. Remove the gas cock by unscrewing the union and
screw in the handling bars into the 2 front tappings.
Protect the exposed inlet gas union from ingress of
dirt.
8. Knock out the front spacing blocks from the packaging
base, ensuring that the boiler assembly is supported,
using 2" BSP handling bars.
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BOILER ASSEMBLY
1. Fit the distributor tube (supplied with the boiler) into
one of the return connection. That is one of the rear
lower ports - refer to Frame 5.
Fit the flange, using the M10 x 35mm screws and
washers provided.
Ensure that the notch in the tube flange sits correctly
into the groove on the section and that the 2 sealing
gaskets are correctly assembled on the tube.
c. Fit the 2 thermostat pockets. Refer to Frame 9.
Note. Frame 9 shows the relationship between
the overheat thermostat and the flow tapping.
d. Complete the water connections by plugging the
2 front top tappings with the 2" BSP plugs
provided.
2. Fit the 1" tapped flange to the other lower rear
connection, using the gasket and M10 x 25mm
screws and washers provided.
3. Temporarily screw the 2 handling bars (2" pipe) into
the top tappings and manoeuvre the boiler into
position.
4. Complete the system connections, using suitable
jointing compound, as follows:
a. The flow connection may be made to either of the
rear top tappings (either at the same side as the
return or opposite the return).
To avoid air locks, any reduction in pipe size must
be made in the vertical plane or achieved by using
eccentric bushes.
b. The 1" tapping in the redundant return flange may
be used for the cold feed on an open system or
connection of a pressure vessel if on a sealed
system.
If not required for this purpose it should be
plugged.
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SYSTEM CONNECTIONS
One flow and return connection should be made to the
rear of the boiler - either on one side or opposite sides.
The distributor tube and gaskets, supplied with the boiler,
must be connected into the pumped return connection.
Refer to Frame 8.
Two thermostat pockets are supplied in the installation
pack. These must be fitted in the 2 top 1/2" BSP tappings
at either side of the rear of the heat exchanger.
Position the overheat thermostat phial into the thermostat
pocket at the opposite side to the flow pipe. The illustrations
below show the rear of the boiler with the flow and relative
overheat thermostat positions.
Ensure that the overheat thermostat phial and control sensor
are correctly secured in the pockets. Refer to Frame 13.
10 FLUE CONNECTION
11 GAS CONNECTION
1. Complete the flue connection.
1. Connect the gas
supply to the gas
inlet pipe at the
rear LH side of the
boiler.
2. The boiler is designed to accept flues to
BS. 835 and should be sealed with an
approved boiler putty.
2. Table 2 gives
details of the inlet
connection size
and the minimum
working
pressures.
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CASING ASSEMBLY
1. Unpack the control box from its carton and release the
temperature sensing probe strapped to the back of the
box.
The boiler casing should now be fitted.
A casing hardware pack contains all the screws required
for assembly.
2. Slide the bottom of the side panels on to the location
buttons on the base tray.
3. Screw the side panel to support angles. Repeat for the
other side.
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13
4. Fit 3 clips to the top of each side panel.
5. Fit the spire clips to the side casing panels.
6. Hook on the control box to the side panels. Screw in self
tapping screws at the bottom of the control box to fix it to the
side panels.
7. Route the overheat thermostat capillary through the
cable clips as shown. Ensure the phial is correctly
seated in the correct pocket opposite side to the
flow connection. Refer to Frame 9. Secure with the
split pin provided.
8. Route the temperature sensing probe through the
cable clips provided and into the thermostat pocket
adjacent to the flow connection.
Fit the plastic Heyco bush over the sensor lead at
the line shown and insert it into the thermostat
pocket. Ensure that the Heyco bush is correctly
located.
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9. Fit the earth lead to the casing support angle as shown
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14 ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
Connection must be made in a way that allows complete
isolation of the electrical supply - such as a double pole
switch, having a 3mm (1/8") contact separation in both poles,
or a plug and socket serving only the boiler and system
controls. The means of isolation must be accessible to the
user after installation.
This should serve only the boiler, together with its controls
and pumps. The unswitched live supply, which the boiler
requires to allow the pump overrun facility to operate, should
be controlled by the above switched/fused supply, but should
connect from there directly to the boiler and not via any
automatic time or temperature controls.
The switched live supply should be subject to control by time
and temperature controls in the usual way.
The controls incorporate a pump overrun facility, which is
necessary to dissipate residual heat on plant shutdown. It is
essential, therefore, that the main pump (and shunt pump if
fitted) is wired to the pump terminals marked L2 , N and Earth
on the plug-in terminal strip on the top box at the rear of the
control box.
The mains supply to the boiler must be wired to the boiler
terminals L1, N and Earth on the plug-in terminal strip. This
live connection must be unswitched, that is a supply not
interrupted by any automatic temperature or time control, to
enable the pump overrun (and the frost protection facility) to
operate.
Failure to operate this procedure will result in nuisance
overheat thermostat operation.
If the down draught flue thermostat is to be fitted then the link
(marked TTB) should be removed from the plug-in connector.
The internal wiring of the boiler control box is shown in Frame
16.
Wiring should be in four core PVC insulated cable, not less than
0.75mm2 (24/0.2mm). All fuses must be ASTA approved to BS.
1362.
The length of the conductors between the cord anchorage and
the terminals must be such that the current carrying conductors
become taut before the earthing conductor, if the cable or cord
slips out of the cord anchorage.
The boiler can be controlled either by volt-free external contacts
connected between terminals X1 and X2 or by a switched live
supply brought to X2 (after removal of the factory-fitted link between
X1 and X2), accompanied in each case by a permanent live supply
to terminal L1.
If a separate frost thermostat is fitted it must be wired across the
time switch contacts and if frost is likely the system should be
turned off using the time switch settings - all other controls
including the boiler thermostat knob should be in the normal
running position.
The earth connections MUST NEVER be omitted.
Wire the earths as shown in Frames 13 and 16.
All wiring between entry at the rear of the boiler and the
connection box must be secured neatly under the cable clips
provided.
Wiring must never be allowed to come into contact with the hot
boiler body.
Do not wire these connections in conduit up to the boiler as this
will make it impossible to remove the control box for servicing or
maintenance.
If fitted, a flow switch should be wired between F1 and F2 on the
terminal plug in connector on the bottom box at the rear of the
control box.
15 CONTROLS ASSEMBLY
Remove the 2 screws from the box at the bottom of the
control box back panel and push in the terminal plug-in
connector containing the gas valve wiring harnesses;
secure with the 2 screws.
Spark electrode
lead terminal
Flame detector
lead terminal
Stress relief
clamp
Fit the earth terminals to the earth post at the left hand
side of the control box back panel.
Undo the 2 screws securing the control box front panel
and carefully lower it. Undo the stress relief clamp
situated on the left hand side of the control box above
the grommeted hole.
Free the sleeving containing the spark electrode lead
and the flame detector lead and pass the terminals
and sleeving through the grommetted hole; connect
them to the appropriate terminals of the S4561B1054
PCB; refer to wiring diagram Frame 16.
Grommetted
hole
Refit the stress relief clamp ensuring that the sleeving
passes through the clamp before tightening.
S546B1054
PCB
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LEGEND
b blue
bk black
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br brown
r red
y yellow
w white
y/g yellow/green
or orange
v violet
pk pink
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17 ZONES WITH BI-DIRECTIONAL MOTORISED VALVES
IMPORTANT
Terminal L2 may control the appropriate pump(s) directly,
provided that the total running or starting current does not
exceed 6A (resistive or inductive): if this rating would be
exceeded then appropriate switchgear must be used to
control the pumps indirectly.
Three zones are illustrated but the principles may be
extended as required, provided the above conditions are
met. Each relay will then require as many contacts as there
are zones.
Normal operation
When any thermostat is satisfied while others are calling
for heat, power is available via relay contacts to close the
valve for that zone. When all thermostats are satisfied (also
when the clock period ends) all relays will be off, so the
zone valves which were open will remain open for the pump
overrun. At the start of the next call for heat (or the next clock
period) valves on zones not calling for heat will motor shut.
Overrun
Since any zone may be the load during overrun, all zones
MUST individually be able to satisfy the conditions in the
foregoing paragraph. If not all zones can do this then
consider other means of control detailed on other sheets.
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18 ZONES WITH INDIVIDUALLY PUMPED ZONES (3 zones shown)
IMPORTANT
Terminal L2 may control the appropriate
pump(s) directly, provided that the total
running or starting current does not
exceed 6A (resistive or inductive): if this
rating would be exceeded then
appropriate switchgear must be used to
control the pumps indirectly.
Three zones are illustrated but the
principles may be extended as required,
provided the above conditions are met.
For each zone (except Zone 1) a relay
with 2 C/O contacts is required.
Overrun
During overrun periods, Zone 1 pump
performs the overrun facility; this zone,
therefore, must satisfy the conditions in
the foregoing paragraphs and Graph 1.
Normal operation
During a call for heat on Zone 1 only,
Zone 1 thermostat energises the boiler,
which in turn energises Zone 1 pump
from terminal L2.
During a call for heat on other zones, the
appropriate relay directs power to L1 to
energise the boiler, at the same time
ensuring that Zone 1 pump is controlled
by Zone 1 thermostat.
19 ZONES WITH SPRING-RETURN MOTORISED VALVES
IMPORTANT
Terminal L2 may control the appropriate
pump(s) directly, provided that the total
running or starting current does not exceed
6A (resistive or inductive): if this rating would
be exceeded, then appropriate switchgear
must be used to control the pumps indirectly.
Three zones are illustrated but the principles
may be extended as required, provided the
above conditions are met. Only one relay is
required, irrespective of the number of zones.
Overrun
During overrun and dormant periods, Zone
Valve 1 is held open. This zone, therefore,
must satisfy the conditions in the foregoing
paragraphs and Graph 1.
Normal operation
During a call for heat on Zone 1 only, the
boiler energises via Zone 1 thermostat and
the normally closed contacts of the relay.
During a call for heat on other zone(s), the
relay will be energised by the auxiliary switch
on the zone valves. This provides power to
energise the boiler. If, in addition, Zone 1
now calls for heat, its thermostat will open
Zone 1 valve via the normally open contacts
of the relay.
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When the clock period ends, Zone valve 1 will (stay) open via normally
closed relay contacts to achieve pump overrun.
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20 COMMISSIONING AND TESTING
GENERAL
TESTING FOR GAS SOUNDNESS
Check that all drain cocks are closed, that any stop valves
fitted to the flow and return pipes are open and that the
system has been filled and properly vented.
Close the gas supply cock at the meter.
Remove the screw in the inlet pressure test point (Frames
21/22) and connect a gas pressure gauge to the test point.
Take particular care to ensure a gastight connection. Open
the gas supply cock at the meter and the appliance gas
cock; record the static pressure. Next, close the gas
supply cock at the meter. Wait for 1 minute for temperature
stabilisation then observe the pressure gauge over a
period of 2 minutes.
PURGING
Check that the electricity supply is switched OFF.
Remove the casing lower front panel.
Extinguish all naked lights and open all doors and windows.
DO NOT SMOKE. Check that the gas supply is turned ON at
the meter and open the main gas inlet cock. Loosen the
union and allow air to be purged from the gas line until gas
is smelled. Refer to BS 6891 or IGE-UP-1 for further details.
Retighten the union.
Any leaks must be cured.
Replace all pressure test point screws.
21 INITIAL LIGHTING
lockout light will be illuminated. Press in and release the
lockout reset button on the control box. The controls will
reset and after a period of time will attempt to relight.
1. Check that the boiler thermostat knob on the control box is
OFF.
2. Ensure that the main gas inlet cock is open (groove in the
square head in line with the pipe).
3. Press in the overheat reset button.
4. Switch on the electrical supply to the boiler.
5. Turn the boiler thermostat knob on the control panel to
number 6.
6. If the boiler does not light at the end of its ignition period, the
7. Once the pilot has lit, the controls will open the main gas
valves and the main burners will light. The burner on light
will be illuminated.
8. When the boiler has lit, check all connections for tightness
using leak detection fluid.
9. Set the boiler thermostat knob to the required setting.
10. Turn off the electrical supply to the boiler at the mains.
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8
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4
7
2
9
9
10
LEGEND
1. Thermostat knob
4. Lockout light
8.
Control panel
2. Main gas inlet cock
5. Lockout reset button
9.
Main gas controlvalve
3. Overheat thermostat
6. Burner on light
10. Manifold pressure setting adjuster
7. Control box
11. Overheat light
reset button
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22 GAS PRESSURE
MANIFOLD PRESSURE
The manifold setting pressure must now be checked and
adjusted as necessary.
Start the adjustment procedure with the system cold, on full
load and with all temperature controls set to maximum to
avoid thermostatic shutdown. Remove the blanking screw in
the manifold setting pressure test point and connect a suitable
gas pressure gauge.
Turn on the electrical supply light the boiler and let it operate
for about 10 minutes to stabilise the burners. Check the
pressure and if necessary adjust it as follows:
CXA 40-80 boilers:
The location of the manifold pressure adjuster on the gas
valve is shown in Frame 21. Remove the dust cover and, using
a screwdriver, turn the screw clockwise to increase or anti
clockwise to decrease the pressure, until it is set to the value
in Table 1.
CXA 90 boiler:
The setting procedure must be done in 2 steps. The location
of the of the manifold pressure adjuster on the gas controls is
shown in Frame 21. Unscrew the bottom electrical plug on the
LH gas valve and pull it off. Remove the dust cover and set the
adjuster on the RH gas valve to the value given in Table 7.
Refit the gas valve electrical plug then set the adjuster on the
LH gas valve to give the burner pressure given in Table 7.
Failure to follow this procedure may result in the correct burner
pressure being set but the 2 gas valve governors not working
correctly.
CXA 100-120 boilers:
The setting procedure must be done in 2 steps. The location
of the of the manifold pressure adjuster on the gas controls is
shown in Frame 21. Remove the dust cover and, using a
screwdriver, screw in the adjuster on the LH valve nearly fully.
Set the adjuster on the RH gas valve until the manifold
pressure is at the value given in Table 7. Unscrew the LH gas
valve adjuster until the manifold pressure falls then screw it in
again until the pressure is set at the value given in Table 7.
Failure to follow this procedure may result in the correct burner
pressure being set but the 2 gas valve governors not working
correctly.
Table 7 - Manifold gas pressure settings
Boi ler
C X A 90
C X A 100
C XA 110
C X A 120
RH valve adjustment
pressure
mbar
10.5
12.0
12.3
12.5
LH valve (and fi nal)
adjustment pressure
mbar
11.2
11.5
11.8
12.0
At the end of the adjustment procedure replace the dust covers,
disconnect the gas pressure gauge and replace the blanking
screw in the manifold pressure test point.
The gas rate for each size of boiler is given in Table 1 on page 4.
23 SPILLAGE CHECK
24 TESTING
Check there is no spillage of combustion products from the
boiler draught diverter by carrying out a spillage test, as
detailed in BS. 5440:1.
Check that the main burner responds correctly to manual
on/off operations of any controls fitted in the gas control
circuit. Check, in the following manner, the operation of
the flame failure safety device:
1. Extinguish the main burner and pilot burner by turning
off the main gas inlet cock.
25 ADJUSTMENT OF WATER FLOW
RATE THROUGH THE BOILER
When commissioning the heating/domestic hot water system
the shunt pump must be adjusted to give the minimum flow
rate given in Table 4, when that part of the system intended to
be used for dissipation of residual heat only is in operation.
2. The controls will go to lockout almost immediately
and the lockout light on the control panel will light.
3. Turn the gas cock again, and press in and release
the lockout reset button on the control box. After a
period of time the controls reset the boiler and it will
relight.
26 HANDING OVER
ROUTINE OPERATION
Full instructions covering routine lighting and operation of the
boiler are given on the Lighting and Operation Instruction
Label located on the inside of the casing door.
Hand over these and the User’s Instructions to the customer
and request him/her to keep them in a safe place for ready
reference.
Draw the attention of the boiler owner or his representative to
the Lighting and Operating Instruction Label on the inside of
the casing door. Give a practical demonstration of the
lighting and shutting down of the boiler.
IMPORTANT. Point out to the owner that the boiler must have
regular maintenance and cleaning, at least annually, in order
to ensure reliable and efficient operation. Regular attention
will also prolong the life of the boiler and should preferably
be performed at the end of the heating season.
Describe the function of the boiler and system controls and
show how they are adjusted and used.
Describe the function of the downdraught thermostat if fitted.
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Recommend that a contract for this work should be made
with the regional gas authority or a CORGI registered
heating installer.
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27 SERVICING
Caradon Plumbing Limited does not accept any liability
resulting from the use of unauthorised parts or the repair
and servicing of appliances not carried out in accordance
with the Company’s recommendations and specifications.
A comprehensive service should be carried out at least
once a year. The User is advised to make a contract with
the local Gas Region or a CORGI registered heating
installer.
WARNING. ALWAYS turn OFF the gas supply at the gas
cock and switch OFF and disconnect the electricity supply
to the appliance BEFORE SERVICING OR REPLACING
ANY COMPONENTS.
CLEANING THE BOILER. Refer to Frame 5
Pull and lift off the lower front panel and top panel from
the boiler casing.
Remove the 2 screws securing the control box door, lift it
and carefully drop it down. Pull off the flame detector lead
and the spark electrode lead connections from the
S4561B1054 PCB (the left hand board). Undo the strain
relief clamp and feed the sleeved leads out of the box. The
burner can now be fully removed from the boiler.
Undo the screws securing the clean out cover and lift it off to
give access to the flue ways. Lift out the flue baffles. (Not
fitted to the CXA 110 or 120 boiler).
Remove all loose deposits from the heat exchanger,
especially from between the fins, using the brush provided,
and remove all debris from the combustion chamber floor.
Examine the burner assembly. Clean the burner bars by
brushing them down with a stiff bristle (not wire) brush.
Check each bar carefully to ensure that all flame ports are
clear, that there are no cracks and that all surfaces are free
from accumulated deposits.
SERVICING
If available, an industrial vacuum cleaner may be useful to
assist in this work. When cleaning the burner bars, take
care to avoid damage from rough handling to the pilot pipe,
electrodes and leads.
Inspect the pilot burner, injector, ignition electrode, and
flame detector electrode.
Ensure that they are clean and in good condition.
In particular, check that:
1.
The pilot burner is firmly secured.
2.
The pilot shield is clean and correctly positioned.
(Not fitted to the CXA 120 boiler).
3.
The ignition electrode and lead are clean,
undamaged, secure and correctly dimensioned.
Refer to diagram in Frame 28.
4.
The flame detector electrode and lead is clean,
undamaged, secure and correctly dimensioned.
Refer to Frame 28.
5.
The pilot burner head is clean and undamaged.
Unscrew the extended nuts at the top of the NOx
duct behind the control box and lift the NOx duct
clear of the burners as illustrated below.
Undo the 4 wing nuts securing the burner front
plate. Pull the front plate forwards, at the top,
and lift it out - taking care not to damage the
insulation.
The centre and RH burners can be lifted out
after they have been pushed back to clear the
injector.
To remove LH burner the pilot gas pipe
connection at the gas valve must be removed.
The LH burner may now be removed by
pushing it back to clear the injector and lifting it
out. To remove it away from the boiler, the flame
detector lead and spark lead must be
disconnected in the control box.
Note. Casing omitted for clarity
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28 SERVICING - continued.
Refit the LH burner, ensuring that the flame detector lead is
properly connected. Reconnect both electrode leads at the
S4561B1054 PCB in the control box. Ensure the sleeving
passes through the strain relief clamp before refastening it.
Main burner flame ports
3 - 4mm
Spark gap
4mm
Flame detector
electrode
Refit the centre and RH burners. Ensure that care is taken
not to damage the combustion chamber insulation and that
the burner front plate fits beyond the burner retaining returns
when it is refitted.
Refit the flue baffles, (not fitted to the CXA 110 or 120 boiler)
clean out cover, NOX ducts, control box door, casing top and
front panels.
TESTING AFTER SERVICING
Spark
electrode
Pilot draught
shield
Pilot and electrode positions
After re-assembly, restore the electricity and gas supplies. Light
the boiler (refer to the Lighting and Operating Instruction Label
on the inside of the casing front panel) and check the gas
connections for tightness, as detailed under ‘Testing for Gas
Soundness’ - Frame 19.
Check gas pressures and the gas rate; test as instructed in
Frame 22 ‘Manifold Gas Pressure’ and 'Testing’. Adjust any
time and temperature controls to User’s requirements and
remember to reset any time control, which may have been
switched off, to the correct time of day. Refit the lower front
panel.
29 REPLACEMENT OF COMPONENTS - Refer to Frames 5, 24, 35 and 36.
GENERAL
electricity supply BEFORE WORKING on the appliance.
WARNING. Always turn OFF the gas supply at the gas
inlet cock and switch OFF and DISCONNECT the
To facilitate the replacement of components, remove and
replace the lower front panel, NOx duct and the burner front
plate as necessary -described under ‘Servicing’.
30 PILOT BURNER ASSEMBLY
1. Remove the LH burner as previously described in
Frame 27
Pilot draught shield
(Not fitted to CXA 120)
2. Remove the 2 screws securing the control box front
panel, lift it and carefully lower it down.
3. Remove the flame detector lead and the spark lead
connections from the S4561B1054 PCB in the control
box. Undo the strain relief clamp and pass the
sleeved wires through the grommetted hole in the
back panel.
4. Remove the spark electrode by undoing the back nut.
Pull off the flame detector lead connection and
unscrew the electrode.
5. Undo the pilot pipe connection and undo the 2
screws retaining the pilot burner and remove it.
LH burner
Flame detector
electrode
Spark electrode
Pilot burner
6. Fit the new pilot burner, ensuring that it faces towards
the front of the burner and that the pilot injector is in
position before connecting the pilot pipe.
7. Reassemble in reverse order, ensuring that the
spark electrode lead passes through the sleeving
and that the sleeving passes through the strain relief
clamp in the control box before retightening.
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Backnut
Flame detector
lead
Fixing screw (2)
21
SERVICING
Pilot burner
SERVICING
Pilot draught shield (not fitted to CXA 120)
31 SPARK ELECTRODE AND LEAD
1. Remove the LH burner as previously described in
Frame 27
LH burner
2. Remove the 2 screws securing the control box front
panel, lift it and carefully lower it.
Flame
detector
electrode
3. Remove the spark lead and flame detector lead
connection from the S4561B1054 PCB in the control
box. Undo the strain relief clamp and pass the sleeved
wires through the grommetted hole in the back panel.
Spark
electrode
Pilot burner
4. Remove the spark electrode by undoing the back nut.
SERVICING
5. Fit the new electrode and reassemble in reverse order,
ensuring that the spark electrode lead passes through
the sleeving and that the sleeving passes through the
strain relief clamp in the control box before retightening.
Ensure that the push-on connections are as follows
(from left to right): spark electrode, blank, earth, flame
detector.
Backnut
Fixing screw (2)
Flame detector
lead
Pilot draught shield (not fitted to CXA 120)
32 FLAME DETECTOR AND LEAD
1. Remove the LH burner as previously described in Frame 27
2. Pull off the lead at the electrode and unscrew the flame detector
electrode.
LH burner
Flame
detector
electrode
3. Fit the new electrode and reassemble in reverse order.
4. To change the lead, remove the 2 screws securing the control
box front panel, lift it and carefully lower it. Remove the flame
detector lead and spark lead connection from the S4561B1054
PCB in the control box, undo the strain relief clamp and pass
the sleeved wires through the grommeted hole in the back
panel.
Spark
electrode
Pilot burner
5. Pull the lead through the sleeving. The new lead must be
passed through the sleeving small fitting first.
Backnut
6. Reassemble in reverse order, ensuring that the sleeving
passes through the strain relief clamp before tightening.
Ensure that the push-on connections are as follows (from left to
right): spark electrode, blank, earth, flame detector.
Fixing screw (2)
Flame detector
lead
33 GAS CONTROL VALVE
34 MAIN BURNERS
1. Undo the pilot gas pipe connection at the gas control
valve (if required).
1. Remove the NOx duct and burner front plate, as
previously described in Frame 27.
2. Undo the screw securing the electrical plugs on the
gas valve and lift them off.
2. Both RH and centre burners can be removed by sliding
each one back to clear the injector, and then lifting out.
4. Check that the gas inlet cock is OFF, unscrew the 4
screws from the inlet flange, and the 4 screws from
the outlet flange and remove the valve.
(CXA 90-120, loosen the other 4 screws on the inlet
flange securing the other gas valve).
3. To exchange the LH burner remove it from the boiler as
previously described in Frame 27. Remove pilot burner
as described in Frame 30.
4. Fit new LH burner and the centre and RH burners.
5. Replace the gas control valve and re-assemble in
reverse order, ensuring that the arrow indicating the
direction of flow is in the correct position.
Note. Ensure that the pilot burner is correctly fitted, i.e.
facing the front, and that the pilot injector has not been
omitted.
6. Ensure that a new ‘O’ ring seal is correctly placed in
each flange connection.
7. Reconnect the pilot gas pipe connection to the gas valve.
7. Test for gas soundness.
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IMPORTANT. Care must be taken to prevent damage to the
combustion chamber insulation when replacing burners.
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SERVICING
35 BURNER AND CONTROLS ASSEMBLY - Exploded View CXA 40 - 80
LEGEND
1.
Main gas inlet cock
2.
Gas inlet union
3.
Gas control valve
4.
'O' ring seal
5.
Gas inlet manifold
6.
Main injector, 3 off
7.
RH burner
8.
Centre burner
9.
LH burner
1
13
2
12
PTP
14
11
17
3
15
10
10. Overheat thermostat cover
11. Overheat thermostat
16
4
12. Mounting brackets
9
13. Pilot draught shield
8
14. Flame detector electrode
5
15. Spark electrode
SERVICING
16. Pilot gas pipe
PTP
17. Pilot burner
PTP pressure test point
6
7
36 BURNER AND CONTROLS ASSEMBLY - Exploded View CXA 90 - 120
LEGEND
1.
Main gas inlet cock
2.
Gas inlet union
3.
Gas control valves
4.
'O' ring seal
5.
Gas inlet manifold
6.
Main injector, 3 off
7.
RH burner
8.
Centre burner
9.
LH burner
1
12
2
13
PTP
14
11
3
10
17
10. Overheat thermostat cover
15
11. Overheat thermostat
4
12. Mounting brackets
13. Pilot draught shield (not
fitted to CXA 120)
14. Flame detector electrode
15. Spark electrode
16
9
8
5
16. Pilot gas pipe
17. Pilot burner
PTP pressure test point
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PTP
6
7
23
SERVICING
37 OVERHEAT THERMOSTAT
1. Remove the split pin
from the overheat
thermostat pocket and
remove the phial.
2. Undo the two M3 screws
and remove the
thermostat assembly
from its fixing bracket.
3. Undo the backnut and
two M3 screws to
release the top bracket.
Thermostat
phial
SERVICING
1. Undo the thermostat knob retaining screw and pull
off the knob.
2. Remove the lower front panel
Split pin
3. Undo the backnut and washer retaining the
potentiometer.
4. Undo the 2 screws securing the control box front
panel, lift it and carefully lower it down.
Thermostat
pocket
5. Pull off the connections at the back of the
potentiometer and the plug from the PCB.
4. Remove the wires and
reconnect them to the
new thermostat body as
follows:
1. pink
2. white
3. red
Reconnect the earth
connection.
5. Reassemble in reverse
order, ensuring that the
thermostat connections
are facing the front
before fitting the top
bracket and that the
capillary goes through
the slot in the top panel.
38 CONTROL SENSOR
POTENTIOMETER ASSEMBLY
Backnut
6. Fit the new potentiometer, and reassemble in
reverse order, ensuring that the connections on the
back of the potentiometer are made either to the top
2 or the bottom 2 tags and that the lug on the
potentiometer body locates through the hole in the
front panel of the control box.
Washer
Plug
Thermostat
knob
Potentiometer
M3 screws
Backnut
Gas valve
Printed circuit
board
Thermostat
knob retaining
screw
39 CONTROL SENSOR
1. Remove the lower front and top panel. Refer to
Frame 27.
2. Remove the sensor from the thermostat pocket in
the rear heat exchanger section by removing the
Heyco bush.
Sensor
lead
4
Printed circuit
board
Grommetted
hole
Cable
clamp
Heyco
bush
Sensor
pocket
Sensor
plug
3. Slacken the 2 screws securing the control box
front panel, lift it and carefully lower it down.
4. Pull out the sensor plug from the printed circuit
board and release cable clamp from the back
panel.
5. Pull the sensor lead through the grommeted hole
in the back panel and the wire clips.
6. Fit the new sensor and reassemble in reverse
order, ensuring that the lead is rerouted along the
casing in the clips provided.
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SERVICING
40 CONTROL BOX - Basic Boiler, Exploded View
Printed circuit board support detail
2
Retention
screw
3
2
PCB
Retention
barbs
1
6
5
12
Back
panel
1
7
9
10
8
11
LEGEND
Wiring clamp.
5.
Terminal strip
9.
2.
Connection box plug.
6.
Back panel
10. Warning light lens
3.
Connection box.
7.
Lockout reset button
11. Controls box
4.
PCB S4561A1054
8.
Thermostat knob
12. PCB W4115A1020
1.
SERVICING
4
41 PC BOARD NO. S4561B1054
1. Remove the lower front panel.
2. Undo the 2 screws securing the control box front
panel. Carefully lift it up and lower down.
Blank
connection
Potentiometer
Flame detector
Earth
connection
connection
Spark lead
Connection
3. Pull off the 2 plugs and 3 push-on connections from
the board. The board can now be removed by
squeezing in the retaining barbs.
4. Re-assemble in reverse order, ensuring that the
push-on connections are as follows (from left to right):
spark electrode, blank, earth, flame detector.
Plugs
Retaining
barbs
PCB
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SERVICING
Retaining
barbs
42 PC BOARD W 4115A1020
1. Remove the lower front panel.
2. Undo the 2 screws securing the control box front
panel. Carefully lift it up and lower it.
3. Pull off the 4 plugs from the board.
Plugs
4. The board can now be removed by squeezing in the
retaining barbs.
5. Fit the new board in reverse order.
Plugs
SERVICING
PCB
43 COMBUSTION CHAMBER INSULATION REPLACEMENT
The insulation boards used in the combustion
chambers of these products contain man-made fibres,
refractory fillers, organic and inorganic binders and as
such are deemed to be harmless to humans.
1
Damp down the combustion chamber area containing
the insulation boards.
Caradon Plumbing Limited, however, recommend that
for your own comfort and to comply with good working
practise the procedure described below is followed.
2. Remove the insulation boards. The replacement
boards are supplied in a plastic bag. This bag should
be retained and the discarded boards should now be
placed into it.
IMPORTANT. Turn OFF the gas and DISCONNECT the
electricity supply.
3. Sweep any dampened particles and place in the
plastic bag.
To replace the insulation boards the major boiler
components (including the heat exchanger and
burners) have to be removed to gain access to the
combustion chamber.
Prior to removal of the boards the
following protective equipment should
be worn:
• Face mask supplied with the spare part.
• Gloves supplied with the spare part.
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4. Fit new insulation boards.
5. Remove the gloves and face mask and place them in
the plastic bag.
6. Wash your hands and any areas of skin which may
have come into contact with any of the particles from
the insulation board.
7. Seal the plastic bag and dispose of it and its contents
into a commercial tip.
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SITE ASSEMBLY
44 INSTRUCTIONS FOR SITE ASSEMBLED BOILERS
Legend
1. Cleanout cover.
2. Collector hood.
10. Burner manifold assy.
TOOLS REQUIRED
11. Base plate.
z
z
z
z
Spanners
Torque wrench
Pozi screwdriver
Mallet
3. Middle section.
12. Combustion chamber.
4. Section alignment
rings & 'O' rings.
13. Section bolt.
14. Distribution tube.
5. End section.
15. Tie rods.
ASSEMBLY
6. Gas cock.
16. Thermostat pocket.
7. Drain cock.
17. Spillage skirt.
The combustion chamber should be positioned as near as
possible to the installation site.
8. NOx duct.
18. Flueway baffles.
9. Front plate.
19. Gas pipe.
IMPORTANT. It must be remembered that the boiler
distribution tube has to be fitted into the rear return tapping of
the assembled boiler before siting.
The site assembled boiler is supplied in the following
packages:
Prior to assembling the sections it will be necessary to
remove the burner and controls assembly from the
combustion chamber.
z Combustion chamber / manifold / burner assembly.
Remove the assembly as follows:
z Platework package.
z Casing package.
z Controls box package.
z End and centre sections.
GENERAL
The installation of the boiler must be in accordance with the
Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations 1994,
amendments 1996 or rules in force, building regulations,
I.E.E. (BS.7671) Regulations and the bye-laws of the local
water undertaking. It should also be in accordance with the
relevant British Standard Codes of Practice together with
any relevant requirements of the local Gas Region and
local authority.
Concord CXA - Installation and Servicing
1. Undo the 4 wing nuts securing the burner front plate. Pull
the front plate forward from the top and lift it out.
2. The right hand and centre burners may now be lifted out
after they have been pushed back to clear the injector.
3. In order to remove the left hand burner, the pilot gas pipe
connection at the gas valve must be removed.
4. The left hand burner may now be removed by pushing it
back to clear the injector and lifting it out - taking care not
to damage the pilot gas pipe while the burner is out of the
appliance.
5. Undo the nut securing the manifold assembly to the
combustion chamber, pull the manifold assembly to the
right and lift out.
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SITE ASSEMBLY
45 INSTRUCTIONS FOR SITE ASSEMBLED BOILERS - continued
PREPARATION OF SECTIONS
Each section should be brushed clean on all external
surfaces and any debris which may have accumulated
within the section should be removed via the bottom ports.
Section assembly - refer to exploded view, Frame 44
6. Take the back section (with 1/2" BSP tappings in the top)
and lift it onto the combustion chamber so that the
combustion chamber back panel return is inside the
section rear lip. Locate a slotted steel ring and an ‘O' ring
seal into each of the 4 ports. It will be necessary to
squeeze the steel ring slightly to enable it to be pushed
fully into the recess.
7. Lift a middle section onto the combustion chamber and
carefully offer it up to the back section until it engages the
projecting steel rings. It may be necessary to use a
mallet and hardwood block to ensure that the steel rings
are pushed fully into the recesses and that the sections
are butted up to each other.
Note. Until the final section is fitted and the tie rods
fastened the sections in the assembly are not fixed
together therefore CARE MUST BE TAKEN TO PREVENT
the installed section coming apart.
18. Insert the burner rear supports into the slots at the back
of the combustion chamber. Lift the front of the burners
over the injectors and pull forward to engage.
19. Fit the support angles (contained in the platework
package) to the collector hood. The angle with the hole
for the earth screw fits to the front.
8. Repeat the above procedure for all of the remaining
sections until the assembly is complete.
9. Fit the 4 tie rods through the holes in the sides of the end
sections and fit a flat steel washer, a shakeproof washer
and a nut to both ends of each tie rod. Screw up all the
nuts equally, in turn, and finally tighten them to a torque
of 38-41 Nm (28-30 lb. ft.).
10. Fit the distributor tube assembly as described in Frame
8. Fit the drain cock (refer to exploded view in Frame 44).
11. On open vented systems a hydraulic test should be
carried out at 1 1/2 times the design pressure given in
Table 2 for a period of 30 minutes.
20. Fit the gas inlet pipe bracket to the rear support angle, on
the LH side, using the self tapping screws.
12. On a pressurised system the test should be at twice the
design pressure for a period of 30 minutes.
21. Fit the gas inlet pipe and make good the union between
the gas cock and the valve inlet pipe.
13. Fit the 4 coach bolts into the lugs at the bottom of the
front and rear sections. Secure with the nuts and
washers provided.
22. Fit the NOx duct, using the reverse procedure to that
shown in Frame 27, and secure with the extended nuts.
14. Fit the flue baffles which are located between the fins.
(not fitted to CXA 110 or 120 boilers)
23. The boiler is now ready for installation. Go to Frame 8 and
continue the installation from there.
15. Fit the collector hood. Ensure the underside returns
running across the hood sit within the front and rear
section flueways. Fasten down, using the four M6
screws and nuts provided, through the front and rear
fixing points.
16. Locate the fibreglass rope in the rear section grooves to
form a seal with the spillage skirts. Fit the spillage skirts
onto the collector hood using the self tapping screws
provided.
17. Refit the manifold assembly.
Position the boiler insulation
over the gas line tie bracket.
Fasten the bolt securing the
bracket to the front section
before wrapping and
securing insulation around
the boiler body.
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FAULT FINDING
Before attempting any electrical fault finding ALWAYS carry
out the preliminary electrical system checks as detailed in
the Instructions for the British Gas Multimeter or other
similar commercially available meter.
a
Earth continuity
b
Polarity
c
Resistance to earth
Detailed instructions on the replacement of faulty
components are contained in the 'Servicing' section of these
Installation & Servicing Instructions.
The preliminary electrical system checks are the FIRST
electrical checks to be carried out during a fault finding
procedure.
Before carrying out Fault Finding ensure that all external
controls calling for heat and the overheat thermostat has not
operated. There should be 230V +- 10% available at the
control box connection.
On completion of any service/fault finding task which has
required the breaking and remaking of electrical
connections the following checks MUST be repeated:
46 PILOT WILL NOT LIGHT
Is there a spark at the ignition electrode ?
NO
YES
YES
Is there gas at the pilot burner ?
YES
NO
Check that the gap between the electrode
and
pilot burner is 3-4 mm.
Ensure that the H/T lead and electrode are
sound, clean and undamaged and that the
connections are secure.
Check that the spark generator is operative
by carefully holding an earthed screwdriver
3mm from the H/T output terminal of PCB
S4561B1054 in the control box with the
ignition lead removed and then switching
the boiler on.
Is there a spark ?
NO
Pilot should
now light
Faulty PCB S4561B1054 replace
Allow time to purge any air
present.
Ensure that there is gas
pressure at the boiler
inlet. Check that the pilot jet
is not blocked.
47 PILOT WILL NOT STAY LIT
Is the detection electrode, its lead and
connections clean, tight and undamaged ?
NO
Clean or replace.
NO
Is inlet pressure satisfactory ?
Is pilot burner, injector and pipe clean and
undamaged ?
Is the pilot flame of the correct length ?
FAULT FINDING
YES
YES
Check flame current; expect 1.5 µ A
NO
Check earth connections
YES
Faulty PCB S4561B1054 - replace
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FAULT FINDING
47 PILOT LIT BUT NO MAINS GAS
Are the plugs on the gas valve(s) secure
and tight ?
NO
Secure and tighten
YES
Are the connections at the plug-in terminal strip
at the control box secure ?
NO
YES
NO
Fit new S4561B1054 PCB
Is there 230V ±10% at the gas valve plug(s) ?
YES
Fit new gas valve
48 BOILER GOES OUT ON OVERHEAT THERMOSTAT
Are the thermostat sensors in their correct
pockets ?
NO
Refer to installation instructions for details.
YES
Is there an unswitched live supply to terminal L1
on the plug-in terminal connection at the
control box ?
YES
NO
Is there sufficient open circuit water volume
or load available on boiler shut down for the
pump overrun ?
Refer to installation instructions
YES
Is the pump (or shunt pump) wired to terminal
L2 in the control box ?
FAULT FINDING
YES
NO
Has boiler thermostat knob been switched to
off ? (this overrides the pump overrun facility)
Replace PCB W4115A1020.
YES
Advise USER
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SHORT LIST OF PARTS
The following are parts commonly
required as replacements, due to
damage or expendability.
When ordering spare parts please quote:
1. Boiler model
2. Boiler serial no. (refer to the data plate on the combustion chamber)
3. Boiler B.G. P.I. No. (refer to the data plate on the combustion chamber)
4. Description
Their failure or absence is likely to affect
the safety and/or performance of this
appliance.
Key No.
12D
5. Quantity
6. Product no.
Description
Qty.
Boiler body insulation ............................... CXA 40
.................................................................. CXA 50/60
.................................................................. CXA 70/80
.................................................................. CXA 90/100/110
.................................................................. CXA 120
Product No.
1
1
1
1
1
150
150
150
150
154
093
094
095
096
856
23
LH main burner ......................................... Worgas
.................................................................. Worgas
.................................................................. Worgas
.................................................................. Worgas
.................................................................. Worgas
0.087.751
0.087.753
0.087.755
0.087.757
0.087.761
CXA 40
CXA 50/60
CXA 70/80
CXA 90/100/110
CXA120
1
1
1
1
1
150
150
150
150
154
153
154
155
156
812
24
Centre & RH main burners ....................... Worgas
.................................................................. Worgas
.................................................................. Worgas
.................................................................. Worgas
.................................................................. Worgas
0.087.750
0.087.752
0.087.754
0.087.756
0.087.760
CXA 40
CXA 50/60
CXA 70/80
CXA 90/100/110
CXA 120
2
2
2
2
2
150
150
150
150
154
149
150
151
152
811
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Main burner injectors ................................ Size 3.4 mm; CXA 40
.................................................................. Size 3.82mm; CXA 50
.................................................................. Size 4.12mm; CXA 60
.................................................................. Size 4.57mm; CXA 70
.................................................................. Size 4.86mm; CXA 80
.................................................................. Size 5.2mm; CXA 90
.................................................................. Size 5.3mm; CXA 100
.................................................................. Size 5.6mm; CXA 110
.................................................................. Size 5.8mm; CXA 120
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
111
111
111
111
013
111
013
154
154
323
324
325
326
177
328
179
840
841
27
Pilot burner - HONEYWELL Q 349 A1067 complete with 56 /42A injector
1
077 105
28
Pilot burner injector - HONEYWELL 56 / 42A
1
004 645
29
Gas control valve - HONEYWELL V4601 AB 1034
1
154 810
Gas control valve - HONEYWELL VR4605 AB 1019 CXA 90 - 120
1
111 869
Gas valve plugs and lead assy. CXA 40 -120
1
154 733
Gas valve plugs and lead assy. CXA 90 -120
1
112 431
Gas valve plugs and lead assy. CXA 90 -120
1
139 269
32
Ignition electrode and H.T. lead assy. - VERNITRON
1
130 947
33
Flame detector lead
1
002 937
34
Boiler status neons .................................. Burner on
.................................................................. Overheat
.................................................................. Lockout
1
1
1
154 854
154 855
154 855
35
Lockout reset button
1
004 346
37
Electronic thermostat sensor & lead assembly
1
154 816
38
Thermostat potentiometer assembly
1
154 850
39
Thermostat knob
1
-
40
Overheat thermostat - LANDIS & GYR RAK
1
1-
41
Control box assembly, complete
1
-
42
Printed circuit board S4561B1054
1
154 813
.
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SHORT LIST OF PARTS
Key No.
Description
Qty.
Product No.
43
Printed circuit board W4115A1020
1
154 815
48
Right hand casing side panel - white stove enamel .. CXA 40
..................................................................................... CXA 50
..................................................................................... CXA 60
..................................................................................... CXA 70
..................................................................................... CXA 80
..................................................................................... CXA 90/100/110
..................................................................................... CXA 120
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
111
111
111
111
111
111
49
Left hand casing side panel - white stove enamel ..... CXA 40
1
111 650
1
1
1
1
1
1
111
111
111
111
111
651
651
652
652
653
111
111
111
111
111
111
293
294
295
296
297
298
..................................................................................... CXA 50
..................................................................................... CXA 60
..................................................................................... CXA 70
..................................................................................... CXA 80
..................................................................................... CXA 90/100/110
..................................................................................... CXA 120
50
Casing top panel - white stove enamel ...................... CXA 40
..................................................................................... CXA 50
..................................................................................... CXA 60
..................................................................................... CXA 70
..................................................................................... CXA 80
..................................................................................... CXA 90/100
..................................................................................... CXA 120
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Casing top panel assy. (with insulation) ..................... CXA 110
1
51
Casing lower front panel - white stove enamel c/w lighting instructions
1
52
Casing upper front control panel (less controls) - white stove enamel
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Casing assembly, complete - white stove enamel .... CXA 40
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..................................................................................... CXA 70
..................................................................................... CXA 80
..................................................................................... CXA 90/100
..................................................................................... CXA 110
..................................................................................... CXA 120
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Caradon Plumbing Limited, P.O. Box 103, National Ave, Kingston upon Hull, HU5 4JN. Telephone: 01482
492 251 Fax: 01482 448 858. Registration No. London 322 137. Registered Office: National Avenue,
Kingston upon Hull, HU5 4JN. A subsidiary of Caradon plc
Technical Training
The Caradon Plumbing Limited Technical Training Centre
offers a series of first class training courses for domestic,
commercial and industrial heating installers, engineers and
system specifiers.
For details of courses please ring: ............ 01270 413624
Caradon Plumbing Limited
pursues a policy of continuing
improvement in the design and
performance of its products. The
right is therefore reserved to vary
specification without notice.
May 2000
Ideal Installer/Technical Helpline: 01482 498 376
154866 A01