installation and operation instructions for bi deep

INSTALLATION AND OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR
BI-40-DEEP-XT
BI-50-DEEP-XT
BI-60-DEEP-XT
BI-72-DEEP-XT
BI-88-DEEP-XT
SAFETY INFORMATION
WARNING
If the information in these instructions are
not followed exactly, a fire or explosion
may result causing property damage,
personal injury or loss of life.
Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors
and liquids in the vicinity of this or any other appliance.
INSTALLER: LEAVE THIS MANUAL WITH THE APPLIANCE.
CONSUMER: RETAIN THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Please read and carefully follow all of the instruction found in this manual. Please pay special
attention to the safety instructions provided in this manual. The instructions included here will assure
that you have many years of dependable and enjoyable service from your Amantii product.
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS....................................................................................................................................3
UNPACKING AND TESTING APPLIANCE ...............................................................................................................4
GROUNDING APPLIANCE .........................................................................................................................................4
LOCATING THE FIREPLACE .....................................................................................................................................4
BI-40-DEEP-XT .............................................................................................................................................................5
BI-50-DEEP-XT .............................................................................................................................................................6
BI-60-DEEP-XT .............................................................................................................................................................7
BI-72-DEEP-XT .............................................................................................................................................................8
BI-88-DEEP-XT .............................................................................................................................................................9
SAFETY DRILL SCREW AREA ................................................................................................................................10
HARD-WIRE INSTALLATION ..................................................................................................................................10
FOR BATHROOM USE ..............................................................................................................................................11
OUTDOOR INSTALLATIONS .........................................................................................................................................12
INSTALLATION..........................................................................................................................................................13
MEDIA OPTIONS .......................................................................................................................................................18
OPERATION................................................................................................................................................................20
INSTALLING WALL THERMOSTAT ........................................................................................................................22
REPLACEMENT PARTS ............................................................................................................................................23
EXPLODED VIEW......................................................................................................................................................24
TROUBLE SHOOTING ..............................................................................................................................................25
SERVICE HISTORY....................................................................................................................................................26
WARRANTY ...............................................................................................................................................................27
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IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS
1.
Read all instructions before installing or using this heater.
2. Keep combustible materials, such as furniture, pillows, bedding, papers, clothes and curtains at
least 3 feet from the front of the heater; keep them away from sides and rear as well.
3. Always unplug heater when it’s not in use.
4. Do not operate the fireplace if it has a damaged cord or plug, after it has malfunctioned, or if the
unit has been dropped or damaged in any way.
5. Never place the heater where it may fall into a bathtub or other water containers.
6. Do not run the cord under carpeting. Do not cover the cord with throw rugs, runners or anything
else. Arrange the cord away from traffic areas where it could not be tripped over.
7. To disconnect the heater, turn the controls to "OFF" before removing the plug from the outlet.
8. Do not insert or allow foreign objects to enter any ventilation or exhaust opening, as this may
cause an electric shock, fire or damage to the heater.
9. To prevent a possible fire, do not block air intakes in any manner.
10. A heater has hot and arcing or sparking parts inside. Do not use it in areas where gasoline, paint
or flammable liquids are used or stored.
11. Use this heater only as described in this manual. Any other use not recommended by the
manufacturer may cause fire, electric shock or injury to persons.
12. Avoid the use of an extension cord because the extension cord may overheat and cause a fire.
13. Always use properly grounded fused and polarized outlets.
14. Always use ground fault protection where it is required by electrical codes.
15. Always disconnect the power before performing any cleaning, maintenance or relocation of the
heater.
16. To prevent a possible fire, do not burn wood or other materials in this heater.
17. To prevent electric shock or fire, always use a certified electrician, should new circuits or
outlets be required.
18. When transporting or storing the heater, keep it in a dry place, free from excessive vibration.
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UNPACKING AND TESTING APPLIANCE
Carefully remove the appliance from the box. Prior to installing the appliance, test to make sure the
appliance operates properly by plugging the power supply cord into a conveniently located 120 Volt
grounded outlet.
GROUNDING APPLIANCE
This appliance is for use on 120 Volts. The cord has a plug as shown in (A). An adapter as shown in (C)
is available for connecting three-blade grounding type plugs to two-slot receptacles. The green
grounding lug extending from the adapter must be connected to a permanent ground such as a
properly grounded outlet box. The adapter should not be used if a three-slot grounded receptacle is
available.
To disconnect appliance, turn controls to off, then remove plug from outlet.
LOCATING THE FIREPLACE
Plan where to locate and frame the fireplace. This will save time and money later when you install
the fireplace. Before installation consider the following:
1. Where the fireplace is located must allow for wall and ceiling clearances (see INSTALLATION)
2. Consider a location where the fireplace screen will not be exposed to direct sunlight from
windows or doors.
3. A 15 ampere, 120 Volt, 60 Hz branch circuit with proper ground must be available at the location.
Preferably a dedicated branch circuit should be provided to avoid circuit breakers to trip of fuses
to blow.
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BI-40-DEEP-XT
Description
Voltage
Watts
NO HEATER
MOTOR HEATER
Appliance Width
Appliance Height
Appliance Depth
Gross Weight
Plug Location
Cord Length
Rough Wall Opening Size
BTU
This appliance has been tested in
accordance with the UL Standard 2021
for fixed and location dedicated electric
room appliances in the United States and
Canada. If you need assistance during
installation, please contact your local
dealer.
Built-in Appliance
120V AC 60Hz
1500W Max
25W
19W
38 5/8” or 98.1 cm
29 1/2” or 75 cm
12 5/8” or 32.2 cm
94.6lbs or 43kg
Left side
70 7/8” or 180 cm
40”× 30“ or
101.6 cm× 76.2 cm
4800
NOTE: This appliance must be
electrically wired and grounded in
accordance with local codes. In the
absence of local codes, use the current
CSA C22.1 Canadian Electrical Code in
Canada or the ANSI/NFPA 70 National
Electrical Code in the United States.
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BI-50-DEEP-XT
Model Number
Voltage
Watts
NO HEATER
MOTOR HEATER
Appliance Width
Appliance Height
Appliance Depth
Gross Weight
Plug Location
Cord Length
Rough Wall Opening Size
BTU
This appliance has been tested in
accordance with the UL Standard 2021
for fixed and location dedicated electric
room appliances in the United States and
Canada. If you need assistance during
installation, please contact your local
dealer.
Built-in Appliance
120V AC 60Hz
1500W Max
25W
19W
48 5/8” or 123.5 cm
29 1/2” or 75 cm
12 5/8” or 32.2 cm
110lbs or 50kg
Left side
70 7/8” or 180 cm
50”× 30“ or
127 cm ×76.2 cm
4800
NOTE: This appliance must be
electrically wired and grounded in
accordance with local codes. In the
absence of local codes, use the current
CSA C22.1 Canadian Electrical Code in
Canada or the ANSI/NFPA 70 National
Electrical Code in the United States.
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BI-60-DEEP-XT
Description
Voltage
Watts
NO HEATER
MOTOR HEATER
Appliance Width
Appliance Height
Appliance Depth
Gross Weight
Plug Location
Cord Length
Rough Wall Opening Size
BTU
Built-in Appliance
120V AC 60Hz
1500W Max
25W
19W
58 5/8” or 148.5 cm
29 1/2” or 75 cm
12 5/8” or 32.2 cm
127.6lbs or 58kg
Left side
70 7/8” or 180 cm
60”× 30“ or
152.4 cm× 76.2 cm
4800
This appliance has been tested in
accordance with the UL Standard 2021
for fixed and location dedicated electric
room appliances in the United States and
Canada. If you need assistance during
installation, please contact your local
dealer.
NOTE: This appliance must be
electrically wired and grounded in
accordance with local codes. In the
absence of local codes, use the current
CSA C22.1 Canadian Electrical Code in
Canada or the ANSI/NFPA 70 National
Electrical Code in the United States.
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BI-72-DEEP-XT
Description
Voltage
Watts
NO HEATER
MOTOR HEATER
Appliance Width
Appliance Height
Appliance Depth
Gross Weight
Plug Location
Cord Length
Rough Wall Opening Size
BTU
This appliance has been tested in
accordance with the UL Standard 2021
for fixed and location dedicated electric
room appliances in the United States and
Canada. If you need assistance during
installation, please contact your local
dealer.
Built-in Appliance
120V AC 60Hz
1500W Max
25W
19W
72 1/8” or 183.2 cm
29 1/2” or 75 cm
12 5/8” or 32.2 cm
156.2lbs or 71kg
Left side
70 7/8” or 180 cm
73 1/2”× 30“ or
186.7 cm× 76.2 cm
4800
NOTE: This appliance must be
electrically wired and grounded in
accordance with local codes. In the
absence of local codes, use the current
CSA C22.1 Canadian Electrical Code in
Canada or the ANSI/NFPA 70 National
Electrical Code in the United States.
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BI-88-DEEP-XT
Description
Voltage
Watts
NO HEATER
MOTOR HEATER
Appliance Width
Appliance Height
Appliance Depth
Gross Weight
Plug Location
Cord Length
Rough Wall Opening Size
BTU
This appliance has been tested in
accordance with the UL Standard 2021
for fixed and location dedicated electric
room appliances in the United States and
Canada. If you need assistance during
installation, please contact your local
dealer.
Built-in Appliance
120V AC 60Hz
1500W Max
25W
19W
88 5/8” or 225.2 cm
29 1/2” or 75 cm
12 5/8” or 32.2 cm
195.8lbs or 89kg
Left side
70 7/8” or 180 cm
89 1/2”× 30“ or
227.3 cm× 76.2 cm
4800
NOTE: This appliance must be
electrically wired and grounded in
accordance with local codes. In the
absence of local codes, use the current
CSA C22.1 Canadian Electrical Code in
Canada or the ANSI/NFPA 70 National
Electrical Code in the United States.
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SAFETY DRILL SCREW AREA
There is a safety drill screw area as show below.
Please make sure that the fix screws are in this area.
Sa fe ty d rill s cre w a re a
(Da rk a re a )
T h e m a n u a l c o n tro l p a d p o s itio n
HARD- WIRE INSTALLATION
Turn off the appliance completely and let cool before servicing. Only a qualified service person
should service and repair this electric appliance.
If it is necessary to hard wire this appliance, a qualified electrician must remove the cord connection,
and wire the appliance directly to the household wiring.
This appliance must be electrically connected and grounded in accordance with local codes, if hard
wired. In the absence of local codes, use the current CSA C22.1 CANADIAN ELECTRICAL CODE in
Canada or the current ANSI/NFPA 70 NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE in the United States.
1. Remove the cover plate from the left side of the appliance by removing the two screws, as
shown below. Unscrew and remove power cord.
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2. Attach the wiring to the junction block. Please make sure the live wire goes into the “L”, the
neutral wire into “N” and the ground wire into “G”.
3. Put the plate back and screw back.
FOR BATHROOM USE
If this unit is installed in a bathroom it must be protected by a GIF receptacle or circuit. If receptacle is
used it must be readily accessible.
To prevent electric shock, please be aware that this unit is an electrical appliance that is NOT watertight
and must be installed as to prevent water from entering unit. This must be installed away from shows,
tubs, etc. Never locate fireplace where it may fall into a bathtub or other water container.
All wiring connections to line power shall be in accordance with local building code requirements.
Inquires about local codes and regulations must be done prior to installation.
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OUTDOOR INSTALLATIONS
The BI-DEEP-XT series electric fireplaces are suitable for installation in outdoor areas protected from
direct water impingement. In addition to maintaining the listed mantel and combustibles clearances, a
rain protection overhang factor of 1/2 shall be constructed to the front and to each side of the installed
appliance. See illustration below. All wiring connections to line power shall be in accordance with local
building code requirements. Inquires about local codes and regulations must be done prior to
installation.
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INSTALLATION
The BI-DEEP-XT models are designed to be built-in. These units allow for the finishing material (drywall,
stone, tile, etc) to be built right down to the glass edge. However, that application is not always
desirable or available so the surround could be used as an alternate finish option.
Important note: The optional surround is not firmly attached and can be removed from the unit by
simply pulling it off. It is recommended that two people remove the surround.
The rough wall opening size of the fireplace:
BI-40-DEEP-XT
BI-50-DEEP-XT
BI-60-DEEP-XT
BI-72-DEEP-XT
BI-88-DEEP-XT
W(")
40
50
60
73 1/2
89 1/2
D(")
12 1/2
12 1/2
12 1/2
12 1/2
12 1/2
H(")
30
30
30
30
30
1. Take out the unit from the box. Please do the pre-test before you install the fireplace. Pull
out the optional trim from the unit as shows below.
optional trim
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2. Remove the framing plates from the unit
framing plate
3. Re-fix the framing plates to the unit as the picture shows
framing plate
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4. Bend up the framing plates.
5. Put the unit into the opening.
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6. Drive the mounting screws into the framing plates on the unit and the wall studs.
framing plate
7. After checking that the fireplace operates properly, cover the glass panel with
protective plastic bag and install plywood or drywall.
IMPORTANT NOTE: IF YOU WANT TO USE THE SUPPLIED SURROUND the
thickness of the wall finish can only be 1”.
Fireplace
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8. Decorate the plywood or drywall with glazed tile, wallpaper, etc.
Fireplace
9. Put back the trim that you’ve removed from the unit at STEP 1.
trim
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MEDIA OPTIONS
The BI-40-DEEP-XT is shipped with 1 set of FI-109-DIAMOND, BI-50-DEEP-XT and BI-60-DEEP-XT are
shipped with 2 sets of FI-109-DIAMOND, BI-72-DEEP-XT and BI-88-DEEO-XT are shipped with 3 sets
of FI-109-DIAMOND.
FI-109-DIAMOND
3 glass nuggets, 1 bag of clear, 1 bag of small
clear, 1 bag of clear diamond and 1 bag of blue
diamond.
The BI-DEEP-XT models also come with the DESIGN-MEDIA-11PCE Kit featuring an 11 pcs deluxe log set,
pebbles, stones, black glass and an assortment of vermiculite embers. The DESIGN-MEDIA kits come in
a separate box.
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FIRE GLASS MEDIA-LOG INSTALLATION
1. Take off the front clear glass. There is a bracket that holds the front glass as shows below. Unscrew
the screw to take off the bracket. Turn around the bracket and insert it into the gap to hook and pull
out the glass.
2. Install the fire glass media. Pour the fire glass media into the tray as shows below. Feel free to use
any combination of fire glass media that you find most appealing.
IMPORTANT: GLASS IS VERY SHARP - PLEASE WEAR PROTECTIVE GLOVES
3. Put back the front glass and screw back the bracket.
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OPERATION
The fireplace can be operated either by the switches located on the left bottom of the fireplace unit
or by supplied remote control.
Plug the fireplace into a 15 Amp wall socket.
MANUAL OPERATION
1. The main power ON/OFF switch in position O, the fireplace is OFF.
2. When main power ON/OFF switch is at position I, the fireplace is ready to use.
3. Press the
button repeatedly to set the heater to desired heat setting. The heater indicator
LED will glow which shows the current heater settings.
a) RED 1500W HEAT OUTPUT
b) BLUE 750W HEAT OUTPUT
c) PURPLE AUTO MODE
AUTO MODE
Under this mode the heater will automatically turn ON at high heat setting 1500W heat output when
the room temperature drops below 22℃(72 ℉ ). When the room temperature is between
22-25℃(72-77 ℉ ) the heater output will switch to low heat setting 750W. When the room
temperature goes above 25℃(77℉) the heater will be turned off and the cycle will continue. The
LED indicator will be PURPLE in colour under this mode.
4. Flame effect: Press the button marked
to adjust the flame brightness. The flame brightness
will cycle through –Low-Medium-High -OFF.
5. Mood light effect: Press the button marked
to change the mood light colour.
NOTE: If operated at the Low heat setting, the fireplace will not provide as much heat output as in
the High heat setting, however the low setting will not require as much electrical power to operate.
To avoid overloading a circuit, do not plug the fireplace into a circuit that already has other
appliances working. When the fireplace is not in use switch off and unplug.
SAFETY CUT-OFF
l
l
This appliance is fitted with a safety cut-off which will operate if the fireplace overheats (eg. Due
to blocked air vents). For safety reasons, the fireplace will NOT automatically reset.
To reset the appliance, disconnect the appliance from the main supply for at least 10 minutes.
Reconnect the supply to the main and switch on the appliance.
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REMOTE CONTROL OPERATION
For remote to function make sure the heater is plugged in and main power switch located on the
bottom left hand side is at position I.
When operating the remote make sure you point the remote to the centre of the fireplace and make
sure each time you press the button the buzzer inside the unit will beep once. It takes some time for
the receiver to respond to the transmitter. Do not PRESS the buttons more than once within two
seconds for correct operation.
Power on
button: The power-on button at top left corner of the remote is the main ON/OFF
power button. This will turn off all the functions and the fireplace will be in standby mode.
DISPLAY ON/OFF button: Switching the fireplace flame and tray light ON/OFF. It has functions of
setting memory.
DISPLAY BLUE button: Adjust the blue color brightness of flame and tray.
DISPLAY YELLOW button: Adjust the yellow color brightness of flame and tray.
DISPLAY ORANGE button: Adjust the orange color brightness of flame and tray.
MOOD LIGHT ON/OFF button: Switching the mood light ON/OFF.
ADJUST button: Switching the color of the mood light.
FLASH button: Switches the mood light into flash mode, this cycles through all mood light colors.
HEATER ON/OFF button: Switching the heater ON/OFF. It has functions of setting memory.
HIGH button: Press the high button to switch the heater to high heat setting 1500W.
LOW button: Press the low button to switch the heater to low heat setting 750W.
TEMP. button: Press the TEMP. button to switch the heater to AUTO mode. Under this mode
the heater will operate in similar way as explained above for the manual operation.
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INSTALLING WALL THERMOSTAT
WALL THERMOSTAT WIRING DIAGRAMS
Wire the wall thermostat prior to installing the fireplace.
WALL THERMOSTAT WIRING(24 VAC)
Install Wall Thermostat per instructions provided with kit and per the following information:
1. Turn off circuit breaker.
2. Remove cover plate located on the left side of appliance.
3. Pull the wire out and cut the inside thermostat. Connect the wires to the wall thermostat as
shown below. Follow instructions provided with wall switch kit.
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REPLACEMENT PARTS
This list contains replacement parts
DESCRIPTION
NO. BI-40-DEEP-XT
BI-50-DEEP-XT
BI-60-DEEP-XT
BI-72-DEEP-XT
BI-88-DEEP-XT
1
602030C
602030C
602030C
602030C
602030C
BLOWER AND
QTY.
1
HEATER ASSEMBLY
2
FIREPLACE BOX
3
10104010
10104010
10104010
10104010
10104010
4
601036
601036
601036
601036
5
601092C
601092C
601092C
6
10101225
10101225
7
3109503C
601136B
8
SWITCH
1
601036
CONTROL PANEL
1
601092C
601092C
CIRCUIT BOARD
1
10101225
10101225
10101225
FLAME MOTOR
2
357503C
3110503C
358503C
3111503C
FLICKER ASSEMBLY
2
601136B
601136B
601137B
601137B
LED STRIP
6/8/10
8/10
9
10203015
10203015
10203015
10203015
10203015
ADJUSTABLE FOOT
4
10
10701263
10701265
10701267
10701269
10701270
FLAME EFFECT GLASS(CLEAR
1
GLASS WITH BLACK PLASTIC)
11
3057012
3057012
3057012
3057012
3057012
GLASS BRACKET LH
1
12
3057013
3057013
3057013
3057013
3057013
GLASS BRACKET RH
1
13
10702189
10702191
10702193
10702195
10702196
BOTTOM GLASS
1
14
3109017
357017
3110017
358017
3111017
MEDIA HOLD
2
BRACKET
15
3057016
3057016
3057016
3057016
3057016
FRONT GLASS
2
BRACKET.
16
17
10701255
10701257
10701259
10701261
10701262
18
3139501
3041501
3143501
3045501
3146501
19
10105063
10105063
10105063
10105063
10105063
23
ADJUSTABLE SCREW
2
FRONT GLASS
1
Black steel surround
1
REMOTE
1
EXPLODED VIEW
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
Dim or no flame
Flame LED’s are burnt out
Ember bed is not
glowing or dimming
Appliance turns off and
will not turn on
Appliance will not come
on when switch is
flipped to ON
SOLUTION
Inspect the LED’s and replace them if
necessary.
Ember LED’s are burnt out
Inspect the ember bed LED’s and
replace them if necessary.
Appliance has overheated and Turn off the main switch, allow
safety device has caused the appliance to cool for 10 minutes, then
thermal switch to disconnect
turn it on.
House circuit breaker has Reset house circuit breaker.
tripped
Appliance’s fuse has blown
Replace the fuse.
Appliance is not plugged into an Check plug and plug in.
electrical outlet
Appliance has overheated and
safety device has caused the
thermal switch to disconnect
Circuit board is burnt out
No warm air coming out Heater is burnt out
of appliance
Flame sputters
Flame motor is defective.
Remote Control does Low batteries.
not work.
Unit switch in “O” position.
Flame is fixed.
Wiring may be loose or the
flame motor may be defective.
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Turn off the main switch, allow
appliance to cool for 10 minutes, then
turn it on.
Inspect the circuit board and replace
it if necessary.
Inspect the burner and heater
assembly and replace it if necessary.
Call a qualified service technician and
replace flame motor.
Replace AAA batteries in remote
control.
Turn the switch in “I” position.
SERVICE HISTORY
This heater must be serviced annually depending on usage.
Date
Dealer
Name
Service
Name
technician Service Performed
NOTES:
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Special Concerns
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