South Africa - Calore Fireplaces

South Africa
COMPLIANCE
Our equipment is conforming with:
Gas Directive 2009/142/EC (ex. 90/396/EEC)
Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 2004/108/EC
L o w Vo l t a g e D i r e c t i v e 2 0 0 6 / 9 5 / E C
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insert brazier
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BN05A0 M0000 BN07A0 M0000 BN09A0 M0000 BN13A0 M0000 BN18A0 M0000
Dear Technician,
Congratulations on having chosen our appliance. This unit is able to provide many years of well-being with extremely high standards of efficiency,
reliability, quality and safety.
By means of this booklet, we intend providing you with all the information
we consider necessary for correct and easy installation.
Thank you once again
The Manufacturer
WARRANTY
Our appliances are covered by a SPECIFIC WARRANTY starting on the date of validation by the
Authorised After-Sales Service of your area, whose address you can find on our website or by
directly contacting the manufacturer.
Please promptly contact this After-Sales Service which FREE OF CHARGE:
- will commission the appliance and
- validate the attached WARRANTY CERTIFICATE.
- Please read this certificate carefully.
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CONTENTS
GENERAL
General information
Fundamental safety rules
Description of the appliance
Identification
Structure
Technical data
Accessories
Wiring diagram
Control panel
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INSTALLATOR
Receipt of product
- Dimension and weight
Installation
- Positioning the appliance
- Placing device
- Compartment housing
- Irradiation area
- Installation
- Cover the model
- Safety
- Log set and pebbles
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TECHNICAL SERVICE
- Manual control
- Remote control IR
- Replacing the batteries
- Manual operating
- Power supply
- Routine maintenance
- Faults and solutions
Useful information
In same parts of the book there are used these symbols:
Attention: it used to underline particular caution or actions.
Prohibited: it used to underline the actions that don’t half to
be executed.
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GENERAL INFORMATION
After removing the packaging, check the integrity
and completeness of the supply and in case of any
discrepancies, contact the Agency that sold the
appliance.
The appliance must be installed by companies
approved pursuant to Law no. 46 dated 5 March
1990. Upon completing the installation, such companies must issue a declaration of installation conformity in accordance with applicable national laws and
the instructions provided by the Manufacturer in the
installer's booklet attached to the product.
The appliance must only be used for the purpose
intended by the Manufacturer and for which it has
been expressly designed. The Manufacturer
disclaims any contractual and non-contractual liability for injuries caused to people or animals and
damage to things, due to installation errors, wrong
settings, bad maintenance or improper use.
- If the appliance is not used for a long period:
• position the master switch of the appliance on "off”
• position the master switch of the system on "off" or
disconnect the plug from the power mains (if fitted);
• remove the batteries from the device control unit;
• close the gas tap.
This booklet is an integral part of the appliance and
must therefore be looked after carefully and must
ALWAYS accompany the appliance, even when this
is transferred to another owner or user, or else transferred to another system.
In case of damage or loss, ask the Technical
Assistance Service of your Area Manufacturer for
another copy.
This appliance features a hearth with ashes and
ceramic billets containing refractory ceramic fibre
made up of artificial vitreous silicate fibres.
When handling these materials therefore, avoid creating excess dust. Prolonged exposure to these materials can cause irritation of the eyes and skin and
breathing problems. If one of the ash or billet components is replaced, always seal the removed parts in a
bag and dispose of them through authorised channels.
IMPORTANT! BEFORE LIGHTING THE APPLIANCE, CAREFULLY READ ALL THE INSTRUCTIONS
AND PRECAUTIONS IN THIS BOOKLET.
The unit can be used indoors or outdoors both
domestic and commercial.
FUNDAMENTAL SAFETY RULES
Please remember that the use of products involving
fuels and electricity requires the enforcement of a
number of fundamental safety rules such as:
Children and unassisted disabled persons must not
use the appliance.
Do not start electric appliances or equipment, such as
switches, household appliances etc in case of a smell
of fuel or of combustion fumes.
In this case:
• ventilate the premises by opening the doors and
windows;
• close the fuel opening/closing device;
• immediately call the Manufacturer's After-Sales
Service or professionally skilled personnel.
Do not touch the appliance with wet or damp parts of
the body or if your feet are wet.
Cleaning is forbidden without first disconnecting the
appliance from the power mains by turning the
master switch, if fitted, to "OFF" or taking out the
plug.
Do not pull, disconnect or twist the power cables exiting from the appliance even when this is disconnected from the power mains.
Do not place objects, such as towels, rags, etc., on
the appliance which could cause malfunctions or
prove to be a hazard.
Never leave packaging material (cartons, plastic
bags, etc.) within reach of children as this could be a
potential hazard source.
If the unit is installed outdoors:
- Do not use in case of rain;
- Protect the unit with the appropriate coverage
during periods of non-use.
The cover should be applied with burner off and
completely cold
The cover should be removed before lighting the
burner.
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DESCRIPTION OF THE APPLIANCE
This device is for decorative purposes.
Independent gas appliances for heating environments. They feature an atmospheric burner with
combustion chamber TYPE B with open flame.
The combustion air is drawn directly from the room
where the appliance is installed.
- Installation INSIDE
The discharge of combustion products may take
place in the chimney canalizzandoli with direct connection to the asterno, size MIN Ø18cm.
The natural convective movement permits quick heating of the environments from when the appliance is
switched on.
- Installation OUTSIDE
If the unit is installed outdoors is not required to
achieve a chimney for exhaust fan (see chap.
Location of the unit).
An electronic board controls all the main functions of
the appliance and automatically interrupts the gas
supply in case of a fault.
The remote control features: appliance On/Off supply, heat output setting and operating condition reset
after a fault.
IDENTIFICATION
The appliance can be identified by means of:
- the packaging label
showing the name of the product, the code, the serial
number and the type of gas that can be used.
- The Technical Plate
showing the serial number, the model and the main
technical-performance data.
- The gas type plate
Showing the name of the gas for which the appliance
has been set and regulated. If the type of gas is
changed, this plate must be replaced with that of the
new gas!
Spare parts and/or technical jobs require the
exact identification of the associated model
of appliance.
Tampering with, removing or the absence of the
Technical Plate, etc. does not allow the exact
identification of the product, making any installation and maintenance job difficult.
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The device was built with materials and
components to withstand humidity and low
temperatures, nevertheless not be considered
fully water resistant.
The appliances are factory set, to operate
with Natural Gas, but are also available for
LPG (G30/G31).
This type of appliance can be transformed from
Natural Gas to LPG and vice versa with replacing
the burner.
The gas type and pressure used for operation are
shown on the technical data plate affixed to the
appliance.
Do not change the factory settings of the gas
control unit or receiver before installation.
The burner and pilot light are factory set by the
Manufacturer.
The appliance must be connected to the gas type
shown on the burner. Never ever connect a
Natural Gas burner to the LPG supply or vice
versa.
STRUCTURE
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1 - Burner Cover
2 - Burner
3 - Frame
4 - Receiver
5 - Power group
6 - Adjustable foot
7 - Card flame control
8 - Gas valve
9 - MAX screw adjustment
10 - Valve Cover
11 - Magnet
12 - Battery holder
13 - Power supply 6V DC
14 - MIN screw adjustment
15 - Input gas network
16 - Ignition
17 - Pilot with Atmosphere sensing device
18 - Thermocouple
19 - Infrared remote control
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TECHNICAL DATA
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10
4
130
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180
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8
0,713/0,300
0,893/0,349
1,087/0,582
1,6
1,25
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1,4
80
10
4
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ACCESSORIES
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GENERAL
Bruciatore pilota
Pilot Burner
Sensore infrarosso
Infrared sensor
Cavo accensione
Power cable
Termocoppia
Thermocouple
Tubo gas pilota
Pilot gas pipe
Elettrodo accensione
Ignition electrode
Ricevitore
Receiver
1,5V AA
VALVOLA GAS
GAS VALVE
Termocoppia
Thermocouple
Switch On/Off
uscita GAS
Cavo connessione
ricevitore valvola.
Power cable
valve receiver.
6V DC
GAS output
Telecomando
Handset
(standard)
ELECTRICAL SCHEME
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CONTROL PANEL
Automatic operation position with REMOTE CONTROL
MANUAL Operation position
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1 - Adjustment knob
2 - MAX gas adjustment screw
3 - Flame control Valve/Board connector
4 - Piezoelectric ignition button (emergency)
5 - O-1 switch
6 - Magnet switch for manual operation (emergency)
7 - Manual operation position knob
8 - Piezoelectric connector wire
9 - Flame control board
10 - Flame control Valve/Board connector
11 - Power socket - 6V DC
12 - Cable to be disconnected from the unit and connect on position 8
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RECEIPT OF PRODUCT
The model comes with:
No. 1
No. 1
No. 4
No. 1
Appliance
Remote On/Off Standard
Adjustable feet
Bag of documents:
No. 1 Instructions for the User
No. 1 Instructions for the installer
No. 1 Warranty
No. 1 Labels Warranty
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DIMENSION AND WEIGHT
DESCRIPTION
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Length ( C )
373 506 774 1307 1857
mm
Height ( B )
296 296 296 296 296
mm
Depth ( A )
140 140 140 140 140
mm
Net weight
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14,5 21,5 28,5
kg
INSTALLATION
GENERAL INFORMATION
- Clean the existing chimney before installing the
device and before a trial evacuation of combustion
products, according to the national regulations.
- When installing, NEVER use accessories or component parts not approved by the Manufacturer, as
these could be very dangerous.
- DO NOT allow the power cable (if present) to come
into contact with hot surfaces such as, for example,
the air vents or fume exhaust pipes.
After installation, the fitter is obliged to inform the
user what to do during appliance operation:
- NEVER place curtains, towels and the like on the
appliance as this could be the cause of malfunction
and danger and prevent the correct circulation of air
in the room.
- DO NOT obstruct the suction/exhaust ends of the
appliance with washing put out to dry or carpets.
POSITIONING THE APPLIANCE
This device must be installed according to
the rules in force and used only in an adequately ventilated. See the instructions before installing and using this appliance indoors or outdoors.
Installable in any type of premises (indoors or outdoors) except garages and combustible or inflammable material warehouses. The place of indoor installation does require vents but must be able to be ventilated with doors or windows communicating with the
outside and which can be opened.
Not install the appliance in rooms used for bathroom and in the same room where already
installed another heat generating device to firewood.
In the case of LPG appliances, these cannot
be installed in premises which have floors
below the outside walk-on surface or communicating with such type of environment.
Before proceeding with the masonry works, make
sure the floor has adequate load-bearing capacity
and that there is room enough for the correct operation of the gas Appliance as well as its maintenance.
Make sure the wall on which the appliance is fastened is able to support its weight.
Make sure there is no wood matchboard, plastic
material, etc., that is not heat resistant.
Installing the Appliance in spare bathroom
areas or close to water dispensers is forbidden.
These particular installations require special protections in compliance with applicable Electric Safety
standards.
Gas supply
The correct operation of the appliance also depends
on the size of the pipes.
Comply with the standards in force in the country where the device is installed.
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A) installed inside a closed environment with chimney.
B) For outdoor installation without roof.
C) outdoor installation, with no two adjoining walls.
D) outdoor installation, with no two opposite walls.
E) outdoor installation, with at least 25% of the open area.
F) outdoor installation.
G) before being put into operation, check and repair any leaks in the connections between the appliance and the gas pipe.
H, I) may not place flammable materials in front of the unit, comply with the safety distances (see chap. Area of radiation).
L) may not get too close or touch the appliance in operation or if it is off but still warm.
M) Do not spray any product depending on the unit or if it is off but still warm.
N) Do not install the appliance on mobile and not firmly anchored to the ground or on a wall.
O) may not place animals or plants in front of the unit.
P) may not place the cover on the unit still running or if it is off but still warm.
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PLACING DEVICE
This type of apparatus can be installed in an existing
chimney in which a new one constructed according to
the size of the desired pattern or the space available.
In both cases, the device can be installed (indoors or
outdoors) in two modes, depending on technical or
aesthetic:
A - placed in the furnace
B - built-in fireplace
A - placed in the furnace (indoors or outdoors)
In this case the device is simply supported and leveled horizontally, thanks to adjustable feet.
Once positioned, verify that the device is not
easily movable, so as to prevent an accidental release of gas supply pipe.
B - built-in fireplace (indoors or outdoors)
In this case the unit is recessed in the floor of the firebox and leveled horizontally, thanks to adjustable feet.
Connect the gas valve to the network with a
hose so as to allow the adjustment or the
possible replacement in case of failure. To access
the burner unit simply remove the top grille.
When installed in an existing chimney:
- Remove or open up, any dampers and orifice plates;
- Clean the chimney and test the smoke evacuation,
before installing the device.
COMPARTMENT HOUSING
The choice depends on the Device is the space available to the aesthetic taste of the purchaser.
Recommendations
- Verify the correct size according to the size and
characteristics of the environment.
- Check the chimney: MIN 18cm of diameter and
tube vertical length MIN 2m.
- Veificare the correct dimensions of the front of the
fireplace from the device chosen:
--- The height (1) between the upper surface of the
Device and the beginning of the hood 50cm chimney
must be MAX.
Do not exceed these limits to facilitate the
exit of smoke through the hood, preventing
splashing in the installation.
--- Width (2) MIN corresponds exactly to the required
width of the outer frame (5) of the Device.
--- Length (3) MIN corresponds exactly to the length
required of the outer frame (5) of the Device.
- The height (4) MIN required between the device
and the floor of the firebox, depends on the type of
installation (resting or embedded).
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In the recessed type, the device should
never be placed below the floor of the firebox (6) to prevent its malfunction, overheating
and damage its components.
- His position is totally free, within the area under the
chimney (7).
Do not install the device out of the area (7)
in the flue, so that any vapors are not properly aspirated and expelled from the chimney.
Ensure that all products of combustion, 10
minutes after cold start, enter the flue stack,
using a smoke generator (eg a match smoke
bomb).
If installed outdoors, this unit requires no
chimney for its operation.
If installed outdoors, when not in use, protect the burner with the lid accessory. The
lid can only be used if the burner is switched off
and the unit is totally cold.
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IRRADIATION AREA
In this unit there are open flames, use a suitable shelter for the protection of children,
the elderly and the handicapped.
Maintain a safety distance of at least 1m (1)
between the appliance and objects made of
combustible or inflammable material: wood furniture and furnishings, objects and curtains, etc.
Never move the Appliance close to or in direct
contact with combustible materials, heat-sensitive materials or inflammable materials; furniture,
beams, ceilings, curtains etc.
Before completing all the covering, always
check: position and fastening of the
Appliance, the definition of all connections (gas
and electricity) and correct operation.
Always provide an easy to remove area on
the opposite side or covering to allow any
inspections, cleaning or repair of hidden areas.
INSTALLATION
Before going ahead with installation, make
sure the data in the Appliance plate correspond to the gas supply type and pressure.
Only skilled personnel should make the gas connections in compliance with applicable regulations.
Make sure the gas supply pipe is of suitable
capacity and that it features an easy-to-access
on/off tap close to the appliance.
Installation
- Take advantage of the adjustable feet (4) to position the device at the desired height.
- Make the gas connection (10, CNG or LPG)
respecting the size of the pipe, remove any burrs
and internal impurities.
- Make the electrical connection: the power supply
accessory kit, avoids the replacement of batteries in
the receiver.
Before starting up the Device, check carefully:
- Keeping the Device;
- Performance and seal duct smoke outlet (if any);
- Shut-off function;
- Operation of pilot flame ignition;
- Main burner operation;
- Operation of thermocouples;
- Test of gas pressure to the nozzles, with micromanometer be inserted into the sockets 7 (exit)
and 8 (entry).
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COVER THE MODEL
Install the device without the use of cement
or other adhesives for the building that may
prevent the eventual removal.
The Ductwork coating, all self-supporting,
complete the installation of this device and
must be constructed of nonflammable material in
full compliance with the regulations.
Unlike other similar products on the market, this device makes it possible to bring the coating Ductwork (1)
in direct contact with the frame (9).
installation
- Check the tightness of the pipes and gas fittings;
- Check the tightness of the flue;
- Check the electrical connections (if any);
- Verify the correct operation of the Device;
- Bring the flush finish of the frame (9);
SAFETY
This device has two safety devices:
- Atmosphere sensing device (1)
- Thermocouple (2)
Atmosphere sensing device
Based on measured air quality, this device turns off
or prevents re-ignition of the Device. Under the test
conditions according to EN, this device sensitive to
the atmosphere, intervenes before the CO concentration in the environment, is greater than 200 x 10 -6
(V / V).
Thermocouple
In case of accidental extinguishing of the flame or
sudden lack of gas supply, this device provides the
immediate closure of the valve off and then the
Device.
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LOG SET AND PEBBLES
Use only embers, ceramic logs and river
rock that comes with the kit, do not add the
other and respect the arrangement indicated by
the manufacturer.
Always use original parts or parts supplied
by the manufacturer, the installation must
be carried out by personnel authorized by the
manufacturer or a qualified technician.
installation
- Distribute the coals, taking care not to penetrate
into the rider protection to avoid damaging the pilot
or thermocouple;
- Place the logs or stones in the order shown in the
operating position of wood and stones;
Do not change the arrangement of the wood
and embers in the fireplace from that intended by the manufacturer.
The handling and placement of logs and
embers in the hearth, must be done with work
clothing with long sleeves and long pants, using:
- Protective mask to avoid inhaling particles of
ceramic fiber.
- Work gloves to avoid contact with bare hands.
- Working-glasses with side shields to prevent
any particles of ceramic fiber in the eye.
Gently and carefully position the coals, and
all logs are very fragile components.
If you find one or more sockets broken or chipped, but not installing them to replace them
immediately.
To clean the wood and coals, never use a
vacuum cleaner to avoid damage and displacement from the position indicated by the manufacturer on the device.
- Turn on the device to test the "behavior" and
appearance of the flame.
Do not dispose of waste (paper, cigarette
butts, plastic and inflammable material)
depending on the unit to avoid possible damage
creating a hazardous situation.
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IMPORTANT! BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH
IGNITION, CAREFULLY READ ALL THE
INSTRUCTIONS AND PRECAUTIONS SHOWN IN
THIS BOOKLET.
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When first ignited, the Appliance may give
off a bad smell or vapours. This is entirely
normal. The best thing is to ventilate the premises adequately.
After igniting, allow the appliance to operate
for about ten minutes at maximum output, to
permit adequate heating.
If the appliance is to be used for short
periods of time, it is best not to switch it off
but rather leave it with the pilot light on. This
way, the formation of condensation is prevented
in the pipes that reach the flue and which, in the
long term could cause hearth corrosion.
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MAX
OFF
MANUAL CONTROL (without remote control)
First ignition could be difficult because of
the possible presence of air in the gas pipe.
In case of short ignition or switch-off of the
appliance, wait at least 5 minutes before repeating the ignition operation.
Ignition
- Open the gas supply tap.
- Switch on the valve unit, positioning the switch (5)
on “I”;
- Position the adjustment knob (1) on “OFF”;
- Turn the knob (7) to manual “MAN”;
- Disconnect the ignition lead from the rear connector
(9) and fit it in the terminal (8);
- Insert a screwdriver in the hole (6) and keep the
magnet Switch pressed;
- Press the piezoelectric ignition button (4), with the
magnet Switch pressed, until the pilot flame comes
on. Keep the magnet Switch pressed for about 10
seconds, to allow adequate heating of the
Thermocouple;
- Remove the screwdriver and release the magnet
Switch;
- Turn the knob (7) to automatic “NO”;
- Turn the knob (1) from “OFF” to “MAX” according to
need.
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In “OFF” position, the pilot flame is not switched off but remains on at minimum.
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Switch-off
• Switch off the appliance: turn the control knob
clockwise and return to “PILOT” position.
• To switch the appliance off definitively (prolonged
period without use): turn the control knob clockwise
as far as “PILOT” position.
After reaching this position, press the control knob
and turn it to “OFF” position.
Close the gas supply tap.
REMOTE CONTROL UNIT
Ignition
• Open the gas supply tap.
• Press the switch (5) of the gas valve in “ I “ position.
• Make sure the knob (7) of the manual operation
mechanism is positioned on “ON”.
• Point the remote at the device and simultaneously
press the "SPARK" and "Triangle ON" on the supplied remote.
• An acoustic signal will indicate the start of the start
sequence. The electronic system checks correct gas
flow and ignites the main burner (these operations
could take up to 20 seconds). After burner ignition,
the flame automatically positions on maximum.
If the pilot flame goes out, wait at least five
minutes before repeating the described operation. During the start phase, the knob of the
manual operation mechanism must be on “ON”.
Operation
Setting the code: is selected automatically between
65000 codes. The receiver (at the edge of the chimney) must know the remote control code:
- Press and hold the RESET button of the receiver in
the fireplace until you hear two (2) beeps: the first is
short and the second is long. After the second beep,
release the RESET button.
- Within the next 20 seconds, press the button (small
flame) on the remote until you hear two short beeps,
which further confirm the correct setup code. If you
hear one long beep, the acquisition sequence code
failed or the wiring is incorrect.
This setting is performed only once and is
not required after changing the batteries on
the remote or receiver.
Once the Appliance has been switched on,
the Manufacturer suggests leaving it running for 10 minutes at max output, before making
any adjustments.
At minimum, the burner remains off, leaving on only
the pilot flame.
From minimum position, the output can be turned up
without repeating the ignition operation.
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OFF
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Regolation
This appliance has one types of remote control
BASIC model (supplied) with Off and flame increase
and decrease keys;
Once turned on, you can choose the power level of
the Device using the remote control.
- Press the remote button "triangle DOWN" to reduce the intensity of the flame.
- Press "triangle UP + SPARK" to raise the intensity
of the flame.
The increase in the intensity of the flame
through the use of two keys is a safety feature designed by the manufacturer to avoid sudden and accidental blazes.
REPLACING THE BATTERIES
The remote-control unit and the receiver unit are
complete with batteries. To change these, remove
the shell of the respective compartments and change
them, being careful not to switch over the polarities.
Use 1 x 9V PP3 battery in the remote-control unit
and 4 x 1.5V AA in the receiver unit.
Replacement
- Remove all the wood or stones;
- Clean up and remove the cover plate;
- Remove the battery case;
The battery case with the supplied cable,
can be located away from the unit to allow
easy replacement of batteries.
- Remove the locking screw of the cover to access
the battery compartment;
- Replace the batteries;
- Reassemble in reverse order of removal.
The old batteries must be disposed of in
accordance with applicable regulations.
Do not remove the batteries using metal
tools as this could seriously damage the
electronic contacts.
Check annually the proper state of preservation and operation of the batteries to avoid
any leakage that might damage the contacts and
jeopardize the operation unit.
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Final switch-off
The Appliance can be switched off from any heating
position: press the “OFF” key on the remote control
for a few seconds.
To ensure long battery life, move the switch “O – I”
(5) on the gas valve to “O” position.
The system features an automatic safety lock that
prevents further ignition until it is disengaged (this
operation could take a few minutes).
If the appliance is not to be used for a long
period of time, close the gas tap.
MANUAL OPERATING MECHANISM WITH DISENGAGEMENT OF AUTOMATIC
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The system features a “manual operation” mechanism that allows starting the appliance manually in
case of a receiver unit or remote-control unit fault.
Starting the appliance manually
- Disconnect the lead that connects the receiver unit
to the piezoelectric (9) and connect this to the connection (8) on the gas valve.
- Turn the manual operation knob (7) to “MAN” position. In this position, access is freed to the magnet
switch (6) and to the piezoelectric spark plug (4).
- Light the pilot flame keeping the magnet switch (6)
pressed with a screwdriver and push the piezoelectric spark plug (4) several times so as to produce a
spark to ignite the flame.
- Keep this pressed for about 15 seconds, until the
pilot flame has stabilised.
If the pilot flame does not stay on once the
switch has been released, repeat the entire
operation.
As soon as the pilot flame is on steady, turn the
manual operation knob (7) to “ON” position.
To regulate the gas, use the second control (1).
The appliance can be disengaged from the manual
operation mechanism by means of the switch “O - I” (5).
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MAX
OFF
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POWER SUPPLY
The receiving unit, for its operation, requires batteries
that run out by frequency of use of the appliance.
To prevent the replacement (about every two years),
the device can be connected to the power line connecting the power cord into the socket (1) present on
the receiving unit (2).
Connecting the appliance to the power line
network, the batteries (if present) are automatically excluded and do not activate in the
event of sudden absence of the power supply.
With the "wiring kit" installed, remove the
batteries from the receiver to avoid damage
due to spillage of acids.
To turn the unit in case of power cut simply
unplug the power cord from the socket (1)
and insert the batteries into the compartment.
MAINTENANCE
Clean only when it is switched off and completely cool.
- Cleaning the upholstery
Stainless steel, wipe with a soft, dry cloth. After this
first step you should use a degreaser such as acetone or vinegar diluted with water.
Painted metal, use a soft cloth dampened with
water.
For painted metal parts do not use alcohol,
paint thinner, gasoline, acetone or other
substances or abrasive cleaners.
If they use the Manufacturer assumes no liability
for any damages caused: tonal variations, scratches, etc..
- Cleaning the ceramic logs
Remove each item from the apparatus,
taking care not to damage it, if broken replace it immediately.
Clean each stick with a gentle stream of compressed
air, during cleaning operations to avoid a too close
contact with the workpiece to prevent any damage or
breakage.
Do not wash the logs with water or other
liquids to avoid compromising the integrity
and appearance.
- Cleaning the stones
Remove each item from the apparatus,
taking care not to damage it, if broken replace it immediately.
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CUSTOMER SERVICE
ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
FAULTS AND SOLUTIONS
Any type of job done on the appliance must
only be performed by a qualified technician
and AT LEAST ONCE A YEAR.
THE PILOT LIGHT DOES NOT IGNITE OR WORK
- Make sure the pilot burner flame is of the correct
size for the type of gas used.
- The flame must converge on the thermocouple sensor.
- Make sure the pilot flame has been regulated.
Cleaning the hearth
- Delicately brush and reposition all the ceramic elements and if necessary change the damaged elements.
- Brush the gas outlet holes (flames) on the burner.
Check the burner and for any gas leaks
- Make sure the burner is clean and check its integrity.
- Check the gas outlet safety system. If necessary
adjust the burner. The technician must also check
the regulation pressure at the burner inlet.
- Check the existence of any gas leaks in the
system.
- Proceed to check the ignition.
Checking the fireplace.
Check the correct operation of the fume exhaust and
combustion air suction pipes.
The Appliance must only be used for the
purpose intended by the Manufacturer and
for which it was expressly designed and made.
The Manufacturer disclaims any contractual and
non-contractual liability for injuries and damage
caused to people, animals or things as a result of
the wrong installation, regulation, maintenance
or improper use of the Appliance.
THE MAIN BURNER DOES NOT WORK
- Make sure the pressure and volume of the gas supply to the appliance is adequate. Check by connecting a pressure gauge to the gas pressure point on
the gas valve.
- Ignite the appliance and allow it to operate at maximum output. Close all the other gas appliances in
the house and calculate the quantity of fuel burnt by
reading the meter.
Before arranging any element, make sure
burner combustion is correct. The flame
must be uniform over the entire burner surface.
THE PILOT FLAME DOES NOT IGNITE OR DOES
NOT STAY ON
- Make sure the gas tap is open on the appliance
and on the meter/tank.
- Keep the control knob pressed for at least 20
seconds after the ignition of the pilot flame to ensure
operation of the thermocouple safety valve.
- Make sure the injector of the pilot burner is not
blocked by dust or dirt.
- Make sure the thermocouple has not been damaged during transport. This electromagnetic device is
in fact very delicate.
- In case of an LPG fuelled system, make sure there
is gas in the tank.
Spare parts and/or technical jobs require the
prior identification of the model of appliance
to which they refer.
The tampering, removal, lack of Technical Plate,
etc., will not allow the correct identification of the
product and will make installation operations and
subsequent maintenance jobs difficult.
CUSTOMER SERVICE
25
USEFUL INFORMATION
Seller
Street
tel.
Installer
Sir
Street
tel.
Technical Service Assistance
Sir
Street
tel.
Date
26
NOTE
Intervention
NOTE
35200223 - Rev.4
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