Installation Instructions Horizon Portrait Power Flue Gas Fireplaces

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Installation Instructions
Horizon Portrait Power Flue Gas Fireplaces
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Power Flue approved for the
following models:
Model Type 2: Power Flue
Decorative Gas Fireplace
SUITABLE GAS BURNER OPTION
SINGLE SIDED MODELS
700 Low Line
700 Mk2 Pebble
700 Mk2 Coal
700 Ironbark Log Mk4
850 Low Line
800 Mk2 Pebble
800 Mk2 Coal
850 Ironbark Mk4
DATA PLATE: Refer to data plate for information in
respect to gas pressure, consumption and gas type,
Natural or LPG.
Data Plate is located under the gas burner and is
accessed by lifting front access panel or removing
base plate.
Location Requirements
Power flue systems utilizes a fan assisted draft to
ensure products of combustion are exited through a
flue terminal either horizontally or vertically
terminated.
The following A.G.A location requirements for flues
are to be observed when installing a powered flue
system.
SEE NEXT PAGE FOR LOCATION EQUIREMENTS
PLEASE NOTE:
All power flue external joints (inc. flue joints,
attenuator, Fan, etc.) must be sealed with
approved heat rated (149°C minimum
continuous exposure rating) foil tape
after joining sections! Internal flues do not
need to be sealed with foil tape.
Important:
All power flue Horizon gas models are not
approved for ULPG.
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T = flue terminal
I = Mechanical air inlet
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
j
k
n
M = Gas meter
P = Electricity meter or
fuse box
Shading indicates
prohibited
areas for flue terminals
Below eaves, balconies or other projections:
MIN. CLEARANCE
Appliances up to 50 MJ/h input
(mm)
Appliances over 50 MJ/h input
300
From the ground or above a balcony
500
From a return wall or external corner
300
From a gas meter (M)
500
From an electricity meter or fuse box (P)
1000
From a drain or soil pipe
500
Horizontally from any building structure (unless appliance approved for closer
150
installation) or obstruction facing a terminal
500
From any other flue terminal, cowl, or combustion air intake
500
Horizontally from an openable window, door, non-mechanical air
inlet, or any other opening into a building, with the exception of
sub-floor ventilation:
50
Appliances up to 150 MJ/h input
150
Appliances over 150 MJ/h input
150
From a mechanical air inlet, including a spa blower
Vertically below an openable window, non-mechanical air inlet
See table below
or any other opening into a building, with the exception of
sub-floor ventilation
CLEARANCES 'n' (mm)
All other appliances
Space he ate rs
Up to 50
MJ/h
Input
150
NOTES:
UP to 50 M J/h
input
Over 50 MJ/h & up
to 150 MJ/h
500
1000
Over 150 MJ/h
input
1500
I. All distances are measured vertically or horizontally along the wall to a point
in line with the nearest part of the terminal.
2. Prohibited area below electricity meter or fuse box extends to ground level.
3. See clause 5.13.6.6 for restrictions on a flue terminal under a roofed area.
4. See Appendix J, Figure JI (a) and J2(a) for clearances required from a flue
terminal to a LP Gas cylinder. A flue terminal is considered to be a source of ignition.
MINIMUM CLEARANCES REQUIRED FOR BALANCED FLUE TERMINALS
OR THE FLUE TERMINALS OF OUTDOOR APPLIANCES
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Before Installation
Installation
1 The N.D.E.I. system is supplied with all
The Natural Draft Electronic Ignition (N.D.E.I.) flue
required electrical fittings. Work needs to be
system shall be installed by authorized personnel in
undertaken by a licensed electrician if extending
accordance with the manufacturer’s installation
wiring. Wiring requires clearance of minimum
instructions, local gas fitting regulations, municipal
100mm to flues and fireplace body due to heat. See
building codes, electrical wiring regulations, and any
Wiring diagram page 15. Wiring must be positively
other statutory regulations. Contact your local building
secured away from heat source.
authorities about restrictions and installation inspections
2 An isolation switch needs to be provided if
that may be required. If in doubt contact your local
connecting within fireplace framework.
dealer or Kemlan’s Head office.
3 Build frame to specifications provided. Note: 80mm
IMPORTANT AUSTRALIAN CODES:
clearance above fireplace and 5mm to front surface
• Australian Standards AS 5601 Gas Installation
of firebox.
• Australian Standards AS 3000 Electrical
4 Unit located on 10mm fiber cement sheeting.
Sheeting required for access to gas burner.
5 Unit and flues to be installed prior to plastering.
• Comply with all instructions in manual
6 Gas line run to desired position prior to plastering.
including clearances to combustible material.
7 A minimum height of 150mm from floor needs to be
• Do not operate without fully assembling
available for use of front fascia on firebox.
all components.
8 Clearance of 25mm to vertical flue.
• All open gas fires require ventilation in the
9 Allow for a minimum flue height of 3.6m.
room.
10 All flue components to be riveted together.
11 Rooms with Gas Open Fires require fresh air vents
• Do not connect to any other air distribution duct or
of 400sq centimetres for each Decorative Gas,
system.
Coal Fire.
• An A.G.A approved cowl is required at flue terminal.
12 Removal of wing nuts in the burner assembly voids
• Refer to the table below for flue diameter and flue
warranty.
cowl size.
13 Important: If a heatzone kit is not used, min. 1 cap
• Air movement of systems- A decorative gas log fire
is to remain open to vent into cavity.
must not be installed where the operation of any
ventilation system, fan or air blower could in any
circumstances cause the air pressure to be less than
atmospheric at the appliance.
• Do not block or restrict chimney.
• After installing appliance check that the flue draws
well with smoke pellet.
• Kemlan recommends that all gas fires be serviced
every year.
• All gas units must be fitted by a licensed gas fitter.
• It is the responsibility of the gas fitter to follow the
regulations set out in the Gas Code that dictate the
procedures to follow when installing a gas appliance,
particularly regarding gas pipe sizing and checking of
pressures.
Important Safety Notes
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ON/OFF SWITCH
TO BURNER
ELECTRICAL LOOM
CONNECTOR BURNER
TO FAN
3 PIN PLUG 240
VOLT 10 AMP
ISOLATING SWITCH
EXTERNAL FAN
CASING
C+
EXTERNAL FAN
SINGLE SIDED-SIDE EXIT
J
B
LIP FRAME DETAIL
TYP.
10MM
SHEETING
D
FRONT OF
FIREPLACE
A
GAS INLET
CONNECTION UNDER
BURNER TYP.
E
LIP TRIM
H
REMOVABLE GAS
BURNER PEBBLE/COAL
OR LOG
I
INTERNAL FAN
CASING
ELECTRICAL LOOM
CONNECTOR BURNER
TO FAN
G
AGA APPROVED
GAS COWL
F
ON/OFF SWITCH
TO BURNER
SPIGGOT TYP. DETAIL
3 PIN PLUG 240 VOLT
10 AMP ISOLATING
SWITCH
J
C+
INTERNAL FAN
SINGLE SIDED-REAR EXIT
B
D
REMOVABLE GAS
BURNER PEBBLE/COAL
OR LOG
A
GAS INLET
CONNECTION UNDER
BURNER TYP.
E
SINGLE SIDED
A
B
C+
D
E
F
G
H
I
700 PORTRAIT
700
600
365
1087
1000
178
225
10
15
850 PORTRAIT
850
600
405
1182
1095
225
275
10
15
J
*/**
*/**
* TO UNDERSIDE OF FLUE WITH EXTERNAL FAN (1300mm)
** TO UNDERSIDE OF FLUE WITH INTERNAL FAN (1010mm)
+ OUTER BOX SIZE ONLY, NOT INCLUDING LIP FRAME
Power Flue
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Power Flue with Internal Fan
COOLING ROTOR
INBUILT THERMAL
OVERLOAD
HEAT TRANSFER
BOX
GAS COWL
COOLING IMPELLER
6” x 900
8” x 900
12.5” x 900
SILENCER
12.5” x 200 VENTED FLUE
REDUCER
7” – 6”
8” – 6”
9” – 6”
10” – 6”
12” – 6”
14”-- 6”
Note:
Power flue Horizontal runs greater than 5 meters in length may be compromised by
fluctuations in power. Flue runs greater than 5 meters when tested with underload power
of 15% caused the fan to cut out and burner to turn off and require resetting.
Resetting can be done by turning power off and on. Should power be consistent in supply
then longer flue runs can be recommended and burner will perform correctly.
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Power Flue with External Fan
10MM GAP BETWEEN
END OF FLUE TO WALL
2x 6” 45 DEG
WALL MOUNTED
FAN
2x 8” 45 DEG
12” – 8”
REDUCING CAP
6” x 900
8” x 900
12.5” x 900
SILENCER
12.5” x 200 VENTED FLUE
REDUCER
7” – 6”
8” – 6”
9” – 6”
10” – 6”
12” – 6”
14 ”-- 6”
Note:
Power flue Horizontal runs greater than 5 meters in length may be compromised by
fluctuations in power. Flue runs greater than 5 meters when tested with underload power
of 15% caused the fan to cut out and burner to turn off and require resetting.
Resetting can be done by turning power off and on. Should power be consistent in supply
then longer flue runs can be recommended and burner will perform correctly.
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FRAMING DIMENSIONS
B
A
C
SINGLE SIDED
SINGLE SIDED
A
B
C
C*
700 PORTRAIT
1056
1197
370
390
850 PORTRAIT
1145
1292
410
430
C* INCLUDING 10mm PLASTERBOARD
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HEAT ZONE CONVERSION
CASING
ACTIVE FLUE
FULL WELD
HEATZONE
SECTION A-A
FAN ( 300MM x 105MM )
OPTIONAL SECOND
FAN
300 MIN. TO VERTICAL
SURFACE (CEILING)
137 MM.
SPIRAL DUCT 150MM MAX.
- WITH NO AIR POCKETS
- CANNOT BE VENTED
UNDERNEATH UNIT
TIMBER SUPPORT
REQUIRED
110 MM MIN.
INSULATION BOARD
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SECTIONS
AGA APPROVED
GAS COWL
APPROVED
FLASHING
25MM MIN. FLUE
CLEARANCE TO
TIMBER
FRAMEWORK
AND 10MM WALL
LINING BY
INSTALLER
110MM MIN .
HORIZON GAS
FIREPLACE
150MM MIN .
10MM COMPRESSED FIBRE
CEMENT SHEET BETWEEN
UNIT AND BOTTOM SUPPORT
FRAMING
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Gas Installation
1
2
3
4
5
6
Check unit is suitable for intended gas supply.
Note position on gas appliance on drawing
specification on right hand side of appliance.
A gas cock has to be fitted prior to gas burner to allow
unit to be removed for servicing.
If material has been installed around firebox and
access panel below is not accessible the top plate
can be removed to gain access by removing four
screws and lifting out top plate.
Connection is half inch BSP fitting. Cut and deburr
both ends of pipe. Fit end to gas supply point and
turn on for approximately 5 seconds to clear dirt and
grit out of pipe. Connect into gas valve.
Turn on the gas and check all connections for leaks
using approved method for testing. Fix any leaks.
Adjusting Pressure, Pilot and
Low Fire
1
All settings are set to operate at nominal pressure
(see data plate). Test points to measure inlet
and outlet pressure are located on gas valve.
Unscrew brass screw on test point pressure
nipples and attach manometer and read pressures
with unit running. Adjust pressure to data plate
requirements.
2 Check low fire if adjusted correctly.
3 Note: Failure to set pressures correctly will void
warranty on the unit.
Lighting Instructions
Natural Draft Electronic Ignition Fireplaces are provided
with 240 volt electronic ignition systems.
An on/off wall switch is supplied and fitted with unit. The
fireplace is switched on from wall switch. Power is then
sent to valve to light pilot and main burner will then
ignite from pilot.
Burner is turned off by turning off wall switch. System
does not have a high low burner switch.
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Laying the fire –
Coal & Pebble
• Evenly spread a bag of Vermiculite into the burner
tray. Tray should be completely filled to the top with
Vermiculite to a depth of approximately 45mm.
• Unpack the coals/pebbles contained in a clear
plastic bag and lay a row of coals/pebbles on the
vermiculite along the back of the burner tray leaving
approximately 12-15mm between them.
• Leave spaces at the edges to allow free flow of gas.
• Place a further row of coals/pebbles directly in front
of the first row but staggered so that the second row of
coals are behind the gaps of the first row leaving
approximately 12-15mm between the rows of each
coal/pebble.
• Lay further rows of staggered coals/pebbles
depending on the size of the burner.
• Once the bottom layer is completed, build up 2-3
tiers of coals in a honeycomb pattern to form an
elongated pyramid.
• Lay the coals/pebbles so that some irregularity to the
pile through which the flames may lick, is created.
• Your aim is to build “windows” into the fire through
which the radiant effect may show but at the same
time, not leaving such large gaps between the coals/
pebbles that excessive air may enter and “damp down”
the red glow.
• After the fire has been alight for 15 minutes, you
may wish to add the odd coal/pebble or even relay the
fire completely. Allow to cool before touching the
coals/pebbles.
• Experience will enable you to obtain a pleasing
appearance with suitable heat output, but please bear in
mind that it is important to maintain the general
pattern described above and indicated in illustrations.
SEE NEXT PAGE FOR COAL & PEBBLE DIAGRAMS
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Laying the fire – Coal & Pebble
MARK 2 COALS 700/800 – 600 X 155
MARK 2 PEBBLES 700/800 – 600 X 155
MARK 2 COALS 1000 – 992 X 135
MARK 2 PEBBLES 1000 – 992 X 135
MARK 2 COALS 1400 – 1400 X 64
MARK 2 PEBBLES 1400 – 1400 X 64
MARK 2 COALS 1800 – 1800 X 64
MARK 2 PEBBLES 1800 – 1800 X 64
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Laying the fire - 850 Ceramic Log
POSITIONING OF
ALL LOGS
• It is important to follow the log recommended
positioning.
• Log NO. 6, 10, 9 and 4 must be pinned to rear log
with pins provided.
• Not doing so can adversely effect the operation
of the appliance.
• This diagram shows the recommended
log positions, when viewed from above.
2 . L O C AT E L O G N O. 1 : This is the largest
log that is positioned at the rear of the grate. Two
locating pins are positioned at the rear of the
burner. The large log has two holes on the
underside to position in place.
1 . L O C AT E 4 C E R A M I C C OA L S : Four
ceramic coals are supplied with the burner base. These
coals must be laid in the position indicated on the
drawing with the taller coals on the ends and smaller
coals in-between.
3 . LOCATE LOG NO’S 2 & 3
Two front log NO’S. 2 & 3 are supplied to fit into the
space between the metal frame and the ceramic base.
These logs do not cover the front burner ports but are
designed to deflect the front flame back into the fire.
LO G S
Only use logs supplied
by the manufacturer as
other logs may effect
combustion performance
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Laying the fire - 850 Ceramic Log
4 . LOCATE LOG NO. 4. Place it on the left
6. LOCATEL O G N O. 9 . This log is placed on the
log in the centre of the burner. Charred effect facing
toward the left of the burner. The front rests on logs 2
& 3 on the join.
side of the rear log. Charred end facing inwards.
LOCATE LOG NO. 5. This log is placed with the
thinner edge on the smaller coal. The charred
LOCATE LOG NO. 10. This log is located on the
effect is facing towards the front of the burner. The
rear log in the position where the log reduces in
height. The charred end is located on the front log 3
with the charred effect facing toward the right hand
side.
whole log is positioned on the burner base.
P O S I T I O N I N G OF
A LL LO G S
5 . L O C AT E L O G N O. 6 . Place this log on the
right hand side of the burner on the rear log in front of
the pilot. Charred end facing inwards. The left hand
side of the log is positioned between the metal
uprights on the side of the grate.
• It is important to follow the log
r ecommended positioning.
• Log NO. 6, 10, 9 and 4 must be pinned
to rear log with pins provided.
LOCATE LOG NO. 7. The charred effect of the
• Not doing so can adversely effect the
operation of the appliance.
log is positioned on the smaller coal in the centre of
the burner on the right hand side.
• This diagram shows the
recommended log positions, when
viewed from above.
LOCATE LOG NO. 8. This smaller log is placed on
the top of log NO. 2 and rests on the left hand coal
in the centre of the burner.
LO G S
Only use logs supplied
by the manufacturer as
other logs may effect
combustion
performance
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Laying the fire – 700 Ceramic Log
P O S I T I O N I N G OF
A LL LO G S
• It
is
important to
follow
the
log
recommended positioning.
• Not doing so can adversely effect the
operation of the appliance.
• This diagram shows the recommended log
2. LOCATE L O G N O. 1 : This is the largest log that
is positioned at the rear of the grate.Two locating pins
are positioned at the rear of the burner. The large
log has two holes on the underside to position in
place
positions, when viewed from above.
1 . L O C AT E 4 C E R A M I C COALS: Four
ceramic coals are supplied with the burner
base. These coals must be laid in the position
indicated on the drawing with the taller coals on
the ends and smaller coals in-between.
3 . LOCATE LOG NO’S 2 & 3: Two front log no’s. 2
and 3 are supplied to fit into the space between the metal
frame and the ceramic base. These logs do not cover the
front burner ports but are designed to deflect the front flame
back into the fire.
LO G S
Only use logs supplied
by the manufacturer as
other logs may effect
combustion performance
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Laying the fire - 700 Ceramic Log
4 . LOC ATE LOG NO. 4. This log is placed
6 . L O C AT E L O G N O. 7 : The charred
with the thinner edge on the smaller coal. The
charred effect is facing towards the front of the
burner. The whole log is positioned on the burner
base.
effect of the log is positioned on the smaller coal in
the centre of the burner on the right hand side.
The right hand side of the log is positioned between
the front metal upright on the side.
5 . LO C AT E L O G N O ’ S 5 & 6 . Log
POSITIONING OF
ALL LOGS
no. 5 is positioned onto the larger rear log on the
left hand side. The charred effect faces inwards
and the bark effect on the outside. The left hand
side of the log is positioned between the metal
uprights on the side of the grate. Log no. 6 is
positioned in the same manner but on the right
hand side of the burner with the right hand side of
the logs positioned between the metal uprights
of the grate. Two pins are provided to firmly
position these two logs onto the large rear log
(no. 1).
.
• It is important to follow the log
recommended positioning.
• Not doing so can adversely effect the
operation of the appliance.
• This diagram shows the recommended log
positions, when
LO G S
Only use logs supplied
by the manufacturer as
other logs may effect
combustion
performance
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Commissioning Procedure
Installed correctly the burner should not emit any
fumes into the room. The following procedure should be
undertaken to test that the unit is operating correctly.
1 After unit has been operating for a short period a
smoke match, smoke tube, carbon dioxide analyser
or similar should be directed at the top opening of
the unit.
2 This procedure should be undertaken with the following
conditions in the room:
• Open or closed windows
• Operation of extraction/exhaust fans, range hoods
etc
• Operation of other gas appliances
• Operation of optional appliance fan at any speed.
3 Should any spillage be detected the cause must be
rectified before allowing commissioning of unit.
4. Please test appliance operation before leaving.
2
3
4
5
User Instructions
6
1. WARNING NOTE: Properly installed and
A
B
C
D
E
operated this appliance will not leak gases.
Persistent fume emission must not be tolerated.
If fume emission does exist, then the following
immediate action should be taken.
Open doors and windows to ventilate room.
Turn the fire off.
Check for flue blockage and clear if necessary.
Do not attempt to relight the burner until the cause
of the emission has been identified and rectified.
Should assistance be required contact nearest
agent.
The gas burner is designed to work in a Kemlan
Horizon electronic power flue ignition system.
Working correctly there will be no spillage. Unit
should cut out if not enough draw to ensure proper
functioning.
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Initially the Kemlan coal fire may burn with a
slightly blue flame. After approximately 20
minutes the fire will settle down and burn with a
yellow flame.
As with all gas fires your gas coal/pebble or log
fire should be regularly serviced. We
recommend once each year. Service information
for an authorised person to follow has been set
out in attached leaflet.
PLEASE NOTE: Only logs provided by
Kemlan should be used with this appliance.
DO NOT place articles on or against this
appliance.
DO NOT use or store flammable materials
near this appliance.
DO NOT spray aerosols in the vicinity of this
appliance whilst it is in operation.
DO NOT modify this appliance. Primarily a
decorative appliance not certified as a space
heater.
The appliance is a live fuel effect product
designed to operate with luminous flames and
may exhibit slight carbon deposition.
The guard is fitted to this appliance to reduce the
risk of fire or injury from burns and no part of it
should be permanently removed.
SERVICE - WARNING: ONLY TO BE SERVICED
BY AN AUTHORISED PERSON
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Wiring Diagram
TAIS 00-L140-D5-000V
Installation Instructions Kemlan Portrait Power Flue Horizon Gas Fireplaces
For further service information contact Kemlan Australia
Head Office –13 French Avenue, Brendale,
Queensland 4500
Telephone –PH: (07) 3490 5500
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Service Instructions for Direct Ignition and
Power Flue Horizon fireplaces.
POWER FLUE SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
PILOT WILL NOT LIGHT WITH FAN
WORKING
CORRECTIVE ACTION
- CHECK FOR GAS SUPPLY AND TURN ON
ALL CONNECTIONS
- CHECK GAS PRESSURE
1) NO GAS
- CHECK PILOT AND CLEAN INJECTOR
2) NO SPARK AT PILOT
FAN DOES NOT TURN ON
1) POWER SUPPLY
- CHECK ALL CONNECTIONS
- CHECK SPARK ELECTRODE
CONNECTIONS AND REPLACE
ELECTRODE IF DAMAGED.
- CHECK SOLENOID CONNECTIONS AT
VALVE
- CHECK PRESSURE SWITCH
FUNCTIONS IN FAN.
Note :flash codes/red LED for pressure
switch functions on module.
- TURN ON ALL POWER SWITCHES
- CHECK ALL CONNECTIONS
- CHECK FAN ON INDEPENDENT POWER
SWITCH
- CHECK ELECTRODE IS IN PILOT FLAME
FAN COMES ON. PILOT ON. MAIN
BURNER DOES NOT LIGHT
1) FLAME SENSOR NOT SENDING
SIGNAL TO OPEN VALVE
- CLEAN ELECTRODE
- CHECK ELECTRODE CONNECTIONS
- REPLACE ELECTRODE IF DAMAGED
2) MODULE NOT SENDING
SIGNAL TO OPEN VALVE
3) FAULTY VALVE
FLAME FAIL LOCKOUT UNIT HAS
DETECTED LOSS OF FLAME AND
LOCKED OUT
1) POWER FAILURE
- CHECK CONNECTIONS
- REPLACE MODULE
- REPLACE VALVE
- TURN ON/OFF SWITCH OFF AND ON
AGAIN TO RESET ONCE POWER
ESTABLISHED
- CHECK GAS PRESSURE AND ADJUST
2) GAS SUPPLY
3) DIRTY ELECTRODE
4) PILOT BLOCKED
- RESET AT ON/OFF SWITCH
- CLEAN ELECTODE OR REPLACE
- CLEAN PILOT INJECTOR
5) PRESSURE SWITCHES
NOTE:FLASH CODES (RED LED) WITH
ENCLOSED INSTRUCTIONS TO IDENTIFY
PRESSURE SWITCH PROBLEMS.
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DIRECT IGNITION
PROBLEM
PILOT WILL NOT LIGHT
POSSIBLE CAUSE
CORRECTIVE ACTION
- CHECK FOR GAS SUPPLY AND
TURN ON ALL CONNECTIONS
- CHECK GAS PRESSURE
- CHECK PILOT AND CLEAN INJECTOR
- CHECK ELECTRIC SUPPLY AND
TURN ON ALL SWITCHES
- CHECK ALL CONNECTIONS
1) NO GAS
2) NO SPARK AT PILOT
- CHECK SPARK ELECTRODE CONNECTIONS
AND REPLACE ELECTRODE IF DAMAGED.
- CHECK SOLENOID CONNECTIONS AT VALVE
PILOT LIGHTS BUT
VALVE DOES NOT OPEN TO LIGHT MAIN
BURNER
1) FLAME SENSOR NOT
SENDING SIGNAL TO OPEN
VALVE
- CHECK ELECTRODE IS IN PILOT
FLAME
- CHECK ELECTRODE CONNETCTIONS
- CLEAN ELECTRODE
- CHECK ELECTRODE FOR DAMAGE
- REPLACE ELECRODE
2) MODULE NOT SENDING
SIGNAL TO OPEN VALVE
3) FAULTY VALVE
FLAME FAIL LOCKOUT
UNIT HAS DETECTED LOSS OF FLAME
AND LOCKED OUT
1) POWER FAILURE
2) GAS SUPPLY
3) DIRTY ELECTRODE
4) PILOT BLOCKED
5) PRESSURE SWITCHES
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- REPLACE MODULE
- REPLACE VALVE
- TURN ON/OFF SWITCH OFF AND
ON AGAIN TO RESET ONCE POWER
ESTABLISHED
- CHECK GAS PRESSURE AND ADJUST
- RESET AT ON/OFF SWITCH
- CLEAN ELECTODE OR REPLACE
- CLEAN PILOT INJECTOR
NOTE: TECHRITE IGNITION PACK FLASH CODES
(RED LED) TO IDENTIFY PROBLEM.
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Trouble shooting guide for Techrite ignition pack
Warning: This is a 240VAC module. All connections to the module are 240V (except ignition cable and
flame sense). Ensure power is switched off before checking any connection or replacing any
components.
There is a red LED (light) and a green LED (light) on the blue ignition box. If a fault occurs the sequence
of the flashing red light indicates the fault. These codes are listed below.
The green light indicated the ignition box is sensing the flame.
Atmospheric Models
Flash Code
(Red LED)
Meaning
Long
1
short
0
2
1
2
2
Possible Cause
Running OK
Appliance running correctly
(Green LED will be on)
Maximum retries
exceeded
Check spark electrode for damage and
clean if necessary. Check
Unit has tried to light
and not detected flame.
electrode connection. Check
solenoid connections. Check gas
supply.
Flame fail lockout.
Unit has detected loss
Check electrode, lead
and connection. Check gas supply.
of flame. It has tried
re-ignition and locked out
Fan Forced Models
The codes above still apply plus the codes below.
1
2
Pressure switch off
Pressure switch
contacts. have not
closed.
Check if fan starts. If fan
starts OK, check pressure switch.
1
3
Pressure switch on
Pressure switch contacts
Pressure switch is faulty
and is stuck on, or fan has
have not opened after
last heat cycle.
not turned off.
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Flash Code
(Red LED)
Meaning
3
Pressure switch fail
unit has started and
during heat cycle the
pressure switch has
opened
1
Possible Cause
Check combustion fan. Check
pressure switch and connections.
Check flue for obstructions
Notes:
The ignition unit is polarity sensitive. If the active and neutral cables are not wired correctly, the unit will not
sense a flame, the green LED will not come on. The heater will light but will turn off almost immediately as a
result.
If the heater lights but the igniter keeps sparking then the unit shuts down after 3 to 5 seconds, incorrect
polarity is a likely cause. The fault code on the module red LED will be 2 long and 1 short.
Before carrying out repairs, turn off the power, visually inspect all cables and connections for damage or
corrosion.
On start up, once the unit has passed the self test (and pressure switch is closed on fan forced models) you
should be able to hear a clunk from the gas valve as it opens. If no sound from the gas valve, check
connections. If the valve clunks but no ignition, check gas supply and spark electrode.
On fan forced models, if you suspect a pressure switch fault, you can blow on the input to the switch and
you should be able to hear it switch. If you have a multi meter you can check if the switch is opening and
closing as pressure is applied. Be certain to turn off the power before disconnecting or checking
switch!
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TAIS Flash Codes
LED Flash Code Descriptions
Flash Code (Long
flashes– short
flashes)
Description
0-2
Normal Start Up Operation
1-0
Normal Running State
1-1
Flame failure
1-2
Waiting for pressure switch ON
1-3
Waiting for pressure switch to go OFF
1-4
Waiting for flame sense to go OFF
1-5
Post Purge in progress
2-1
Maximum retries exceeded
2-2
Lockout due to flame failure
2-3
Hardware failure on Combustion fan drive, or microcontrollers disagree
2-4
Hardware failure on GAS1 valve drive, or microcontrollers disagree
2-5
Hardware failure on GAS2 valve drive, or microcontrollers disagree
2-6
Hardware failure on flame sensor
2-7
Relay Enable signal hardware failure (stuck in ON state)
3-1
Lockout due to pressure switch opening
3-2
Lockout due to EE memory corruption
3-3
Lockout due to inter-microcontroller communications link problem
3-4
Lockout due to comms error timeout
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WARRANTY FOR HORIZON MODELS
1. Provided the appliance has been correctly installed according to instructions, Kemlan guarantee the cost of
replacing parts and the labour in connection therewith for a period of 12 months from the date of installation.
2.
THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER –
2.1
Failure to comply with manufacturer’s operation instructions.
2.2
Normal wear and tear or damage caused by incorrect installation.
2.3
Any form of rust and/or corrosion to the painted finish of the heater.
2.4
Damage caused by water ingress.
2.5
Cost of removal of defective heater or re-installation of replacement heater.
2.6
Failure to use fireplace components supplied by Kemlan Industries Pty Ltd.
2.7
Cost of inspection for damaged heater.
3.
CLAIMS –
3.1
Should any defects occur, contact the Kemlan distributor from whom you purchased the heater.
3.2
Under this warranty the defective parts will be repaired or replaced by Kemlan’s option, free of charge.
4.
The fireplace installation must comply with the relevant local statutes, ordinances, regulations and by-laws.
PLEASE COMPLETE AND RETAIN THIS SECTION FOR YOUR RECORDS
Purchased from: .......................................................................................................
Address: ....................................................................................................................
Date of Purchase: ......................................................................................................
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