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Created 30/08/2017
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Di on Heat LTD
30 Bramp on Field
Di on
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www.di onheat.co.uk
Mr John Smith
13 Hope Lane
Maidstone
ME99 GHF
1726489723
QUOTE #
CREATED
Q1006‐1
30/08/2017
Descrip on: Replacement Boiler ‐ Kitchen
DESCRIPTION
HRS / QTY
RATE / PRICE
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Worcestor Bosch Greenstar i Combi ErP Boiler
1
£995.00
£995.00
Installa on
6
£15.00
£90.00
5 Year Warranty ‐ FREE
1
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£0.00
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User instructions
Wall hung RSF gas fired condensing combi boiler
Greenstar i ErP
For central heating systems and indirect fed domestic hot water
These appliances are for use with:
Natural Gas or L.P.G.
(Cat. II 2H 3P type C13, C33 & C53)
Model
GC Number
Natural Gas Greenstar 25i ErP
47-406-60
Greenstar 30i ErP
47-406-62
Greenstar 25i ErP
47-406-61
ErP
47-406-63
L.P.G.
Greenstar 30i
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If you smell gas:
▶ Well away from the building: call the National Gas Emergency
Service on 0800 111 999.
▶ L.P.G. boilers: Call the supplier’s number on the side of the
gas tank.
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UK/IE
Preface
Preface
Please read these instructions carefully
These instructions are applicable to the Worcester, Bosch
Group appliance model stated on the front cover only.
These instructions apply in the UK/IE only and must be followed
except for any statutory obligation.
After installation please leave this User instruction Manual,
Installation, Commissioning and Servicing Instructions and
completed Benchmark Checklist with the user.
Dedicated to heating comfort
Thank you for purchasing a Greenstar gas-fired condensing
combination appliance manufactured by Worcester, Bosch
Group. The company prides itself on manufacturing appliances
to the strictest quality control standards throughout every
stage of production.
Worcester, Bosch group has led the field in innovative
appliance design and performance for over 50 years. This
heritage means all our products are of exceptional quality and
proven reliability.
The Greenstar range in particular is extremely energy efficient,
offering you economical running costs and value for money. It is
amongst the top energy rated appliances available.
There is also the reassurance of our parts and labour guarantee
- backed up by Worcester Total Cover, an optional complete
maintenance scheme to keep your appliance operating at peak
condition and efficiency.
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Contents
Contents
1
2
3
4
Key to symbols and safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
1.1
Key to symbols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
1.2
Safety precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
General information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
2.1
Energy efficiency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
2.2
Servicing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
2.3
Benchmark standard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
2.4
User caution . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
3.1
Appliance controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
3.1.1 Appliance display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
3.1.2 Basic adjust mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
3.2
Central heating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
3.2.1 View central heating set temperature . . . . . . 13
3.2.2 Setting the appliance flow temperature for
the central heating system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
3.2.3 Set economic temperature - Central
heating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
3.2.4 Turning the central heating off during the
summer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
3.2.5 Appliance frost protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
3.3
Domestic hot water . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
3.3.1 View domestic hot water set temperature . . . 15
3.3.2 Setting the flow temperature for the
domestic hot water . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
3.3.3 Mid point domestic hot water temperature . . 16
3.3.4 Domestic hot water eco and preheat
modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
3.3.5 Domestic hot water preheat mode manual
activation (Eco mode off) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
3.3.6 Domestic hot water preheat mode timed
activation, with facia timer or external timer
connected (eco mode off) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
3.3.7 Turn off the heat requirement demand
light (blue) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
System pressure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.1
Sealed heating system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.2
Locating the integral filling link . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.3
Optional integral keyless filling link . . . . . . . .
4.4
Optional integral keyed filling link . . . . . . . . . .
4.5
External filling link . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Clearances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
6
Maintaining your appliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
7
Fault finding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.1
Appliance alert state . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.2
Appliance reset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.3
Extreme cold weather . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8
Fault or breakdown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
9
Tips on energy saving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
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25
25
26
10 Environment/disposal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
11 Your guarantee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
12 Glossary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
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Key to symbols and safety instructions
1
Key to symbols and safety instructions
1.1
Key to symbols
Warnings
Safety instructions in this document are
framed and identified by a
warning triangle which is printed on a grey
background.
The following keywords are defined and can be used in this
document:
• NOTICE indicates a situation that could result in damage to
property or equipment.
• CAUTION indicates a situation that could result in minor to
medium injury.
• WARNING indicates a situation that could result in severe
injury or death.
• DANGER indicates a situation that will result in severe
injury or death.
Important information
This symbol indicates important information
where there is no risk to people or property.
Additional symbols
Symbol
Meaning
1.
a numbered step in an action sequence
▶
a step in an action sequence

a reference to a related part in the document or to
other related documents
1
•
a reference number to identify or refer to a part or
item
a list entry
–
a list entry (second level)
Table 1
Examples of additional symbols used
A numbered step in an action sequence
A sequence of numbered steps or actions carried out in a
specific order to complete a task.
1. First action
2. Second action
3. Third action
etc.
4
A step in an action sequence
A sequence of defined actions or steps carried out in order to
complete a task.
▶ Action
▶ Next action
▶ etc
A reference to a related part in the document or to other
related documents.
To refer the reader to a specific figure/table/section within the
manual.
 e.g. figure 1.
A reference number to identify or refer to a part or item.
In a related figure, items or parts identified by a sequential
number.
List entries, first and second levels
• A single component/item
• A component/list, made up of multiple parts/items.
– Sub component or sublist of main component/list.
– etc.
1.2
Safety precautions
If you smell gas:
A gas leak could potentially cause an explosion. If you smell gas,
observe the following rules.
▶ Prevent flames or sparks:
– Do not smoke, use a lighter or strike matches.
– Do not operate any electrical switches or unplug any
equipment.
– Do not use the telephone or ring doorbells.
▶ Turn off the gas at the meter or regulator.
▶ Open windows and doors.
▶ Warn your neighbours and leave the building.
▶ Prevent anyone from entering the building.
▶ Well away from the building: call the National Gas
Emergency Service on 0800 111 999.
▶ L.P.G. boilers: Call the supplier’s number on the side of the
gas tank.
Appliance operation:
This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and
above and persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental
capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge, if they have
been given supervision or instruction concerning the use of the
appliance, in a safe way, and understand the hazards involved.
Children shall not play with the appliance.
Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made by children
without supervision.
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General information
Combustible and corrosive materials:
Chemically aggressive substances can corrode the appliance
and invalidate any guarantee.
•
Any misuse or unauthorised modifications to the appliance,
flue or associated accessories and heating system will
invalidate the guarantee.
• Do not modify the appliance or flue system in any way.
Worcester, Bosch Group accepts no liability arising from any
such actions. This does not affect your statutory rights.
Cleaning the appliance case:
Use a damp, soft cloth to clean the outer painted metal case of
the appliance, do not use chemicals or abrasive materials.
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General information
2.1
Energy efficiency
Energy efficiency information is given in the Installation,
Commissioning and Servicing Instructions supplied with the
appliance.
2.2
Servicing
Ensure that the service engineer completes
the Service Record in the Benchmark
Checklist after each service. The Benchmark
Checklist and service interval record can be
found at the rear of the Installation,
Commissioning and Servicing Instructions.
•
Benchmark standard
The Benchmark initiative is a
code of practice to encourage
the correct installation,
commissioning and servicing of
domestic central heating
appliances and system
equipment.
Do not store or use any combustible materials (paper,
thinners, paints, propellants, cleaning agents etc.) inside
the cupboard containing the appliance or within the vicinity
of the appliance.
Fittings and modifications:
Only a competent engineer can remove the appliance case and
carry out any work, in accordance with the Gas Safety
(Installation and Use) Regulations.
• Do not remove the appliance case.
•
2.3
A “checklist” is dispatched with every appliance and can be
found towards the back of the Installation, Commissioning and
Servicing Instructions. This is a vital document that needs to be
completed by the installer at the time of installation. It confirms
that the appliance has been installed and commissioned
according to the manufacturer's instructions.
The service record provides space for the recording of regular
servicing of the appliance/heating system and this can become
a valuable document when, for example, you wish to sell the
property. The service record will show a potential purchaser
that the heating system has received regular professional
maintenance and servicing during its lifetime.
The Benchmark initiative aims to:
• Raise standards among professional installers
• Build and maintain high safety standards in the industry
• Improve customer satisfaction levels
• Make a contribution to the nation's commitment to climate
change
2.4
•
User caution
It is forbidden for any interference with the appliance other
than those actions allowed in this document.
CAUTION: Incorrect use
▶ Any incorrect use can result in danger to
the householder.
The appliance must be serviced regularly by a competent,
qualified person, such as a Worcester service engineer or
other Gas Safe registered engineer.
Always use original spares, to help maintain the efficiency,
safety and reliability of the appliance and have the Service
Record completed in the Benchmark Checklist.
The completed Benchmark Checklist will be required in the
event of any guarantee work and may be required by the local
Building Control Inspector.
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Controls
3
Controls
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
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Fig. 1
Item
1
9
Description
System pressure gauge
Displays pressure in the heating system and appliance
Position for optional programmer
•
3
10
Appliance control panel
•
2
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Worcester plug in controls position
ECO/OK button
•
Dual function button
– ECO (toggles domestic hot water preheat ON/OFF)
– OK (menu confirmation)
4
Info/Return/Spanner button
•
Multi function button
– Info (Information menu access)
– Return (return to previous screen)
– Spanner (engineer function)
5
Appliance display
6
Reset/Service engineer button
•
•
Temperature and information display
Dual function button
– Reset (appliance reset)
– Service engineer (engineer service and set up function)
Table 2
6
Legend to figure 6
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Item
7
Description
Domestic hot water settings increase temperature/menu scroll up button
•
Dual function button
– Increase temperature (increase the desired hot water temperature)
– Menu scroll up (scroll upwards through menu items)
8
Domestic hot water settings decrease temperature/menu scroll down button
•
Dual function button
– Decrease temperature (decrease the desired hot water temperature)
– Menu scroll down (scroll downwards through menu items)
9
Central heating settings decrease button
•
Decrease temperature (decrease the desired flow temperature)
10
Central heating settings Increase button/Increase button
11
Heat requirement demand and fault indicator (blue)
•
•
Increase temperature (increase the desired flow temperature)
Dual function
– Heat requirement demand (illuminates during a central heating or hot water requirement demand)
– Fault indicator (flashes during a fault condition)
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Appliance identification label
•
Table 2
Details on appliance model, serial number and gas council number
Legend to figure 6
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3.1
Appliance controls
1
Eco
2
3
4
5
7
6
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Fig. 2
Display (example in standby with Eco mode active) and buttons
[1] Display Screen
[2] Eco mode active display message
[3] User function buttons:
• Eco button (
)
– Manually select Economy or Pre-Heat mode
• Info button (
)
– Access to Info menu Function
• Reset button (
)
– Appliance reset button
[4] Menu functions buttons:
• OK button (
)
– Confirms a selection
• Back button (
)
– To return to the previous option or menu
[6] Central heating flow temperature adjustment buttons:
• Increase button (
)
– Increase value
• Decrease button (
)
– Decrease value
[7] Hot water maximum temperature adjustment buttons
(also used in menu /scroll/adjustment, indicated by
arrows on right of text display line):
• Increase button (
)
– Increase value
• Decrease button (
)
– Decrease value
[5] Engineer function buttons:
• Spanner button (
)
– Service menu function button only
• Chimney sweep button (
)
– Engineer service and set up function only
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3.1.1 Appliance display
DESCRIPTION
All possible screen symbols
This screen is displayed briefly during appliance start up and shows all the symbols
that could be displayed.
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SCREEN DISPLAY
Alpha/Numerical display
Displays a temperature or appliance status code.
Text display
Displays status, diagnostic code and short description information.
Right hand arrows (text display)
Use domestic hot water arrow buttons to alter the menu item.
Flashing T (text display)
Appliance in component test mode.
Flashing A (text display)
Appliance in air purge mode.
Hot water
Displays this symbol during domestic hot water use.
Central Heating
Displays this symbol during a central heating use.
Chimney sweep mode
Displays during service when the appliance is set to maximum or minimum output.
Table 3
Symbol description
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Alert
Displays with the appliance status code and diagnostic code during a fault
condition.
Service mode
Displays when a qualified service engineer is in the service menus.
Burner on
The appliance is in operation and the flame is alight.
Centigrade
Displays next to the temperature reading.
°C
Confirmation
Table 3
10
This symbol confirms a setting change.
Symbol description
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Info menu and operational status codes
These are not faults, but provide information concerning the current status of the appliance.
During normal appliance operation various Status codes can be displayed by pressing the
button.
The first screen of the Information menu displays the current Status code, this will change as the appliance runs through the various
modes and sequences.
Info menu No.
Description
i1
Current status
• Appliance current operating status (see table 5 for operational status codes).
i2
Previous status
• Appliance previous operating status (see table 5 for operational status codes).
i3
Maximum central heating output
• Maximum central heating output (kW) set on the appliance.
i4
Maximum domestic hot water output (kW)
• Maximum domestic hot water output (kW) set on the appliance.
i6
Domestic hot water flow detected
•
i8
Ionization current
i9
Flow temperature
•
•
i11
Measured ionisation current (μA).
Measured primary flow temperature of the appliance ( °C).
Domestic hot water outlet temperature
•
Measured DHW flow temperature of the appliance ( °C).
i12
Domestic hot water set temperature
i15
Outdoor sensor
•
•
i20
Displays the current set temperature for the domestic hot water.
Temperature reading from outdoor temperature sensor, (only available if an outdoor sensor accessory is
fitted)
CU version
•
Software version of the control box
i21
HMI version
i22
HCM version
•
•
Table 4
A minimum flow rate of approximately 2.9 l/m has been detected by the appliance.
– YES = Flow detected
– No = No flow detected
Software version of the HIS (Human Interface Software).
Identification number of the HCM (Heating Control Module) and release version.
Info menu
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These are not faults, but provide information concerning the current status of the appliance.
During normal appliance operation various Status codes can be displayed by pressing the
button.
The first screen of the Information menu displays the current Status code, this will change as the appliance runs through the various
modes and sequences.
Status code
200
Description
Central heating system is being heated.
201
Domestic hot water system is being heated.
202
Anti rapid cycle mode.
• The boiler has commenced anti-cycle period for CH. Can be adjusted in boiler settings (2.3b).
• Default 5 Minutes
203
System stand by
• The appliance is waiting for the heating system to cool.
204
System waiting.
208
Appliance in service Test mode (Min/Max)
265
EMS intelligent controller has forced stan-by-mode due to low heating load.
• The appliance is compensating for the power required from the EMS room controller is less than the
minimum output of the boiler).
268
Component test mode.
• Appliance is running the manual component test as activated in the menus.
270
Power up mode.
• (appliance is powering up).
283
Burner starting.
• The boiler prepares for a burner start. The fan and the pump are being controlled.
284
Gas valve(s) opened, flame must be detected within safety time.
• The boiler prepares for a burner start. The gas valve is being controlled.
305
Anti fast cycle mode (domestic hot water keep warm function).
• Diverter valve is held in hot water position for a period of time (determined by the software) after hot
water demand
309
Central heating and domestic hot water system are being heated.
357
Appliance in air purge mode.
• Primary heat exchanger air venting program active - approximately 100 seconds.
358
Three way valve kick.
• If the 3-way valve hasn't moved in within 48 hours, the valve will operate once to prevent seizure.
Table 5
Operational status codes
3.1.2 Basic adjust mode
If you see basic adjust mode in the home screen when attempting to make temperature adjustments, the
appliance has been optimised for your heating system and should not need adjustment.
Please use your room thermostat to adjust your heating temperature if you still cannot achieve the desired room
temperature the Installation, Commissioning and Servicing Instructions contain details on how to disable the
basic adjust mode; this will allow further adjustment of the appliances settings.
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3.2
Central heating
3.2.1 View central heating set temperature
The home screen will show the current appliance temperature [1].
▶ Briefly press either central heating adjustment buttons.
The display will change to the set temperature for the central heating [2].
▶ Press the OK button to confirm that the set temperature has been viewed, the display will also return to home screen [3].
-or▶ Wait 4 seconds and the display will return to the home screen [3].
2
Eco
3
Eco
Wait 4 seconds
Fig. 3
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Viewing central heating set temperature
3.2.2 Setting the appliance flow temperature for the central heating system
The home screen will show the current appliance temperature [1].
▶ Press the central heating increase or decrease adjustment buttons to select the desired flow temperature.
The temperature displayed increases [2] /decreases [3] according to the adjustment made.
By holding the increase/decrease button the temperature displayed begins to change by larger increments.
▶ Press the OK button to confirm the value selected, the display will also return to the home screen [4].
-or▶ Wait 4 seconds for auto confirm and the display will return to the home screen [4].
2
Eco
3
4
Eco
Wait 4 seconds
for auto confirm
Fig. 4
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Adjust central heating flow temperature
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3.2.3 Set economic temperature - Central heating
This setting ensures that the appliance will operate efficiently and is suitable for most heating system.
The home screen will show the current appliance temperature.
▶ Press the central heating increase or decrease adjustment buttons to enter temperature adjustment mode.
▶ Press both the central heating adjustment buttons.
The display will change to the economic value for the central heating. This will be indicated by a hollow block approximately mid
way in the temperature scale at the bottom of the display [1].
▶ Press the OK button to confirm value selection, the display will also return to the home screen [2].
-or▶ Wait 4 seconds for auto confirm and the display will return to the home screen [2].
2
Eco
Wait 4 seconds
for auto confirm
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Central heating economic temperature
3.2.4 Turning the central heating off during the summer
Do not switch the appliance off at the mains fused spur.
▶ To turn your central heating off during warm periods:
▶ Set the programmer to OFF
-or▶ Turn the room thermostat temperature down to minimum.
3.2.5 Appliance frost protection
If you are leaving your property unoccupied during cold weather, please leave your programmer on constant and your room
thermostat set to 15°C.
▶ If the temperature within the appliance falls below 8°C the pump will run to circulate water and prevent the system freezing.
– If the temperature does not rise to 9°C within 30 minutes of the pump operating, the appliance will fire up.
▶ If the temperature within the appliance falls below 5°C the appliance will fire immediately, bringing the appliance temperature
up to 12°C to avoid the possibility of the appliance freezing.
▶ This process will be repeated until such time that the appliance temperature does not drop below 8°C.
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Controls
3.3
Domestic hot water
3.3.1 View domestic hot water set temperature
The home screen will show the current appliance temperature [1].
▶ Briefly press either hot water adjustment buttons.
The display will change to the set temperature for the hot water [2].
▶ Press the OK button to confirm the value selected, the display will also return to home screen [3].
-or▶ Wait 4 seconds and the display will return home screen [3].
2
Eco
3
Eco
Wait 4 seconds
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Viewing hot water set temperature
3.3.2 Setting the flow temperature for the domestic hot water
The home screen will show the current appliance temperature [1].
▶ Press the hot water increase or decrease adjustment buttons to select the desired flow temperature.
The temperature displayed increases [2] /decreases [3] according to adjustment made.
By holding the increase/decrease button the temperature displayed begins to change by larger increments.
▶ Press the OK button to confirm the value selected, the display will also return to home screen [4].
-or▶ Wait 4 seconds for auto confirm and the display will return to the home screen [4].
2
Eco
3
4
Eco
Wait 4 seconds
for auto confirm
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Adjust hot water flow temperature
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Controls
3.3.3 Mid point domestic hot water temperature
The mid point sets the maximum temperature for the hot water.
The home screen will show the current appliance temperature.
▶ Press the hot water increase or decrease adjustment buttons to enter temperature adjustment mode.
▶ Press both the hot water adjustment buttons.
The display will change to the economic value for the hot water. This will be indicated by a hollow block approximately mid way
in the temperature scale at the bottom of the display [1].
▶ Press the OK button to confirm the value selected, the display will also return to the home screen [3].
-or▶ Wait 4 seconds for auto confirm and the display will return to the home screen [3].
2
Eco
Wait 4 seconds
for auto confirm
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Hot water economic value
3.3.4 Domestic hot water eco and preheat modes
• Preheat mode, the hot water heat exchanger is kept pre-heated to reduce the time taken to deliver hot water at the tap.
• Eco mode is an energy saving feature which disables the Preheat function. Eco is enabled by default, during the initial appliance
start up and Eco is displayed.
In the Preheat mode, if there has been no demand for hot water for 24 hours the appliance will save energy by suspending Preheat
until there is a demand for hot water. At this time Preheat mode is re-activated. It is advised to use a twin channel programmer to
time the Preheat function and switch it off when it is not needed.
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3.3.5 Domestic hot water preheat mode manual activation (Eco mode off)
Eco mode active [1]:
1
2
3
Eco
Preheat
Eco
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▶ Press the eco button (approximately 1 second) to enter the Preheat mode, when Preheat mode is active, “Preheat” will be
displayed [2].
▶ To exit Preheat mode and return to Eco, press the eco button (approximately 1 second), Eco will be displayed [3].
Manual activation of preheat/eco mode
3.3.6 Domestic hot water preheat mode timed activation, with facia timer or external timer connected (eco mode off)
When a twin channel programmer is fitted/connected, the Preheat/Eco option can be selected via the programmer.
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23 24 1 2
16
21
16
22
3
5 6 7 8
17 18 19 20
3
Eco
4
17 18 19 20
23 24 1 2
5 6 7 8
5 6 7 8
16
22
4
4
9
9
9
10
11 12 13 14
15
Fig. 10
3
15
23 24 1 2
11 12 13 14
22
Preheat
10
21
Eco
3
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15
1
11 12 13 14
•
Programmer hot water channel ON periods:
– Preheat mode is active and indicated on the appliance display[2].
Programmer hot water channel OFF periods:
– Eco mode active and indicated on the appliance display [1] & [3].
10
•
Timed activation of Preheat/Eco mode
3.3.7 Turn off the heat requirement demand light (blue)
You may choose to deactivate the heat requirement demand light. Please ask your installer to set-up this feature.
The light will still flash to alert you to a possible fault, but will not activate during a heat requirement demand for heating or hot water.
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System pressure
4
System pressure
4.1
Sealed heating system
This appliance is fitted to a sealed heating system which is pre-pressurised. Your installer will advise you of the minimum and
maximum pressure indicated on the pressure gauge.
▶ Check regularly that the pressure is maintained.
▶ If the pressure gauge reads less than 1 bar then the system requires re-charging.
▶ Contact your installer or maintenance engineer if a permanent significant decrease or increase in pressure is indicated on the
pressure gauge.
The filling method will be one of three types:
• Optional “Keyless”integral filling
• Optional “keyed” filling link
• An external filling loop, fitted valves and flexible hose.
4.2
Locating the integral filling link
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▶ Remove bottom panel by pulling the catch down and then pulling the panel forward and down to remove.
The integral filling link (if fitted) will be located to the right hand side of the appliance.
Fig. 11
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Locating the integral filling link
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System pressure
4.3
Optional integral keyless filling link
Locate the filling link and follow the instructions for re-pressurising.
1. If the needle [1] on the appliance pressure gauge reads less than 1 bar, re-charge the system.
2. Pull the blue lever down to start the filling process.
3. Monitor the pressure gauge on the appliance facia.
1.
1
3.
2.
1 bar
Min
Fig. 12
4.
Max
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Keyless filling link
4. When the needle reaches between 1 to 1.5 bar on the gauge, release the blue lever to stop the filling process.
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System pressure
4.4
Optional integral keyed filling link
Locate the filling key and follow the instructions for re-pressurising.
1. Push the filling key firmly into the body of the filling link, ensuring the arrow on the key shaft lines up with the open padlock
symbol.
2. Turn the filling key to the right, to the stop, ensure the key is locked and that it cannot still turn. The arrow should line up with
the closed padlock symbol. This bridges the gap between the two sections of the filling loop.
3. Turn the white knob to the left, this will allow water to fill the system.
4. When the pressure, shown on the appliance facia pressure gauge, reaches between the 1 and 1.5 bar marks (zone A), turn the
white knob to the right to close the valve. Do not overtighten.
5. Turn the filling key to the left, to the stop, so that the arrow lines up with the open padlock symbol and pull the key straight down
to remove. Please remember to store the key in the bottom panel.
1.5 bar
Max
2
A
1 bar
1
3
Min
1.
0
bar
4
2.
3.
4.
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Keyed filling link
If the pressure gauge reads more than 1.5 bar as a result of over filling, bleed one radiator until the pressure gauge
returns to between 1 and 1.5 bar.
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4.5
External filling link
Once the external filling loop has been located, follow the instructions for re-pressurising the system.
1. Unscrew blanking cap.
2. Attach the hose to the valves, screw on hand-tight.
3. Turn the handle/screwdriver slot through 90° to open the valves.
4. The handle/screwdriver slot will be in-line with the valves
4.
1.
2.
6.
4.
3.
3.
6.
1.5 bar
Max
1
3
Min
0
Fig. 14
bar
4
5.
5.
7.
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A
1 bar
External filling loop
5. When the pressure reaches between the 1 and 1.5 bar marks (zone A), turn the handle/screwdriver slot back, through 90°, to
close the valve.
6. The handle/screwdriver slot will be at 90° to the valves
7. Remove the hose and replace the blanking caps.
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Clearances
5
Clearances
Your installer will have provided adequate space around the appliance for safety and servicing access.
CAUTION: Restricted space.
The appliance may overheat.
▶ Do not restrict this space with the addition of cupboards, shelves etc. next to the appliance.
NOTICE: Combustible and corrosive materials:
Chemically aggressive substances can corrode the appliance and invalidate any guarantee.
▶ Do not store or use any combustible materials (paper, thinners, paints, propellants, cleaning agents etc.)
inside the cupboard containing the appliance or within the vicinity of the appliance.
m
930m
m
600m
20mm
*
**
5mm
5mm
410m
Fig. 15
m
m
350m
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[*] Minimum clearances to removable door
[**] Minimum clearances required for servicing
[***] Height for either 60/100 flue or 80/125 flue
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Maintaining your appliance
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Maintaining your appliance
Your new gas-fired appliance represents a long term investment in a reliable, high quality product.
Wipe the appliance casing with a soft clean cloth. Please do not use chemical cleaning products which may damage the paint finish.
In order to realise its maximum working life, and to ensure it continues to operate at peak efficiency and performance, it is essential
that your appliance receives regular servicing and maintenance checks from a competent person beyond the initial guarantee
period.
If your Greenstar gas-fired appliance should fail to operate correctly or requires servicing, please contact the Worcester, Bosch
Group Appointments Team (see rear cover for details).
Details of the appliance including the Gas Council number can be found on the front cover of these User Instructions and on the
appliance identification label on the appliance facia.
The Gas Council number is also listed on the front cover of your Installation, Commissioning and Servicing Instructions.
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Fault finding
7
Fault finding
In the event that the appliance stops functioning or does not perform as expected, please see table below These problems are some
of the most common causes. Should the problem persist or if other fault codes are displayed, then it will be necessary to contact
Worcester, Bosch Group.
This table gives information on basic operating system problems.
Problem
Cause
Remedy
EA fault code flashing on
display
No gas supply/low gas supply pressure
▶ Contact your gas supplier.
Condensate outlet blocked
▶ If it is safe to do so, check your condensate pipe
outlet for blockages, such as ice or foreign
objects.
Flue blocked
▶ If it is safe to do so, check your flue outlet for
damage or blockages.
Desired room temperature is Thermostatic radiator valve(s) set too low
not reached
Temperature control for central heating
flow on appliance set too low
▶ Increase thermostatic radiator valve setting(s).
▶ Increase central heating flow temperature
control setting.
Low temperature setting on the room
thermostat
▶ Increase setting on the room thermostat.
Air trapped in heating system
▶ Bleed radiators and re-pressurise the heating
system.
Low system water pressure
▶ Re-pressurise the system, refer to page 19.
Desired room temperature
too high
Thermostatic radiator valves are set to high ▶ Turn down thermostatic radiator valves.
Room thermostat is set too high
▶ Turn down room thermostat.
Radiators are too hot
Temperature control on appliance set too
high
▶ Reduce central heating temperature by turning
down the Central Heating control on appliance.
Note: This could prevent your property reaching
the desired temperature during cold weather
periods.
Heating stays on for too long Clock is incorrectly set
▶ Check clock setting and adjust.
No blue Operation/Fault
Indicator demand
Momentary power failure
▶ Disconnect appliance supply, wait a few seconds
then reconnect.
Heat requirement demand operation light
has been deactivated
▶ Ask your installer to reactivate the blue light
Temperature set too low on appliance
controls
▶ Check setting and adjust.
Water flow at tap too high
▶ Reduce flow rate at tap.
Air trapped in heating system
▶ Bleed radiators and re-pressurise the heating
system.
Hot water temperature too
low
Hot water temperature too
high
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Low system water pressure
▶ Re-pressurise the system, refer to page 19.
Temperature set too high on appliance
controls
▶ Check setting and adjust.
Water flow at tap too low
▶ Increase flow rate at tap.
Fault finding
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Fault finding
7.1
Appliance alert state
In the event of an alert, a fault code and an alert symbol
will be displayed, and the blue operation/fault light will flash.
The information about the alert state will flash and scroll along the text display segment of the screen, giving more details of the alert
state.
224 Temp
Fig. 16
7.2
▶
▶
▶
▶
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224 Temp
Alert state example
Appliance reset
To reset the appliance, press
briefly once.
“Reset” and
are briefly displayed.
If the reset was successful the appliance will return to normal operation.
If the reset was not successful then the alert code will be displayed again, and the blue operation/fault light will continue to flash.
Reset
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Reset
Reset confirmation
Due to the internal safety systems of your Greenstar i appliance, some codes cannot be cleared by a simple reset. Please contact
Worcester, Bosch Group for further assistance.
When calling Worcester, Bosch Group about a fault, it will be useful to quote the alert code and three digit number under the alert
code, e.g. EA and 227. If there is a fault that cannot be reset by you, the user, then a service engineer visit will be necessary.
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Fault or breakdown
7.3
Extreme cold weather
The appliance has a large capacity siphonic condensate trap reducing the risk of condensate discharge freezing up in prolonged cold
temperatures.
Like the CondenseSure siphon accessory, the expanded siphonic operation discharges every 15 to 20 minutes, resulting in:
• Increased velocity and flow rate.
• With only 3 to 4 siphonic actions per hour, the condensate pipework is empty for longer.
• Eliminated freezing potential.
– For a 48 hour period at -15 °C provided the installation parameters are adhered to.
To maximise the effectiveness of this product the installer should:
• Keep the external pipework as short as possible.
• Ensure a fall of at least 2.5° over horizontal sections.
• Minimise the number of bends and connectors.
•
Remove burrs after cutting pipe.
•
Remove surplus solvent from the interior of the pipe.
However in certain instances where the condensate pipe work is run externally or in an unheated area, such as a garage, the
condensate pipe work can be at risk of freezing, even if well insulated.
A frozen/blocked condensate pipe will cause the appliance to shut down. For guidance on frozen condensate pipework please
contact Worcester, Bosch Group also available on our website are helpful videos in the Customer service section.
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Fault or breakdown
This appliance is supported in the UK and Eire by Worcester, Bosch Group.
Specialist service engineers are available to attend a breakdown occurring on this appliance.
Invoices for attendance and repair work carried out on this appliance by any third party will not be accepted.
•
•
No charge will be made for parts and/or labour providing:
An appliance fault is found and the appliance is within the guarantee period. Reasonable evidence of this must be supplied on
request. i.e. the Benchmark Checklist.
A call-out charge will be made where:
– The appliance is outside the guarantee period.
– Evidence cannot be provided that the first year service inspection has been carried out (i.e. an entry in the Benchmark
Checklist).
– Our Field Service Engineer finds no fault with the appliance.
– The cause of breakdown is misuse or with other parts of your plumbing/heating system, or with equipment not supplied by
Worcester, Bosch Group.
Technical support
No appliance fault is found on over 30% of all service calls.
In the case of a suspected fault, refer to the fault finding section of this guide.
In the event of a appliance fault or breakdown please contact Worcester, Bosch Group appointments team on 0330 123 9339.
Your advisor will arrange for an engineer to call with the minimum of delay; under normal circumstances this will be from 1 - 3
working days (excluding weekends and bank holidays) for priority breakdown situations (no hot water and/or heating).
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Tips on energy saving
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Tips on energy saving
Heating economically
The appliance provides a high level of comfort whilst keeping gas consumption low and so minimising the environmental impact.
The gas supply to the appliance‘s burner is regulated according to the demand for heat. The appliance operates with a low flame if
the demand for heat reduces. The technical term for this process is modulating control.
Modulating control reduces temperature fluctuations and provides an even distribution of heat throughout the home. This means
that the appliance may stay on for relatively long periods of time but will use less gas than a appliance that continually switches on
and off.
Central heating systems with room thermostat/thermostatic radiator valves
With modern heating systems designed around a 20 °C heat loss across the system, the optimum setting for a condensing appliance
as described on page 14 set economic temperature. The system must be balanced correctly and the radiators may need upgrading.
The temperature of each room can be set individually (except primary room with the room thermostat) using the thermostatic
radiator valves.
Room thermostats
Reducing the setting of the room thermostat by 1°C can reduce fuel consumption by up to 10%.
New control systems
Upgrade your heating control system if necessary with the latest equipment available.
Roof insulation
Around 30% of the heat loss from a property is through the roof. Replace any old insulation with new insulation, preferably of around
200mm thickness or more.
Window frames
Single glazed windows, particularly those with steel frames, can lose a great deal of heat. Consideration should be given to
replacement with PVCu or wooden framed double glazed units.
Radiators
If a radiator is sited underneath a window, its performance will be affected if the curtains are allowed to drape over the radiator.
Shelves fitted above or in front of the radiator should also be avoided.
It is advisable to manually adjust all thermostatic radiator valves every 2 - 3 months to prevent them sticking. Ensure radiator valves
are correctly set and not damaged.
Draughts
Try to ensure that draughts around doors, windows, letter boxes and keyholes etc. are reduced by using a suitable draught excluder.
WARNING: Air vents
▶ Do not block or seal any air vents that are installed to ensure that the central heating appliance operates safely.
Curtains
Lined curtains, or heavier full length curtains can provide excellent insulation. However, always ensure that the curtains do not
drape over radiators.
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Environment/disposal
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Environment/disposal
Environmental protection is a fundamental corporate strategy of the Bosch Group.
The quality of our products, their economy and environmental safety are all of equal importance to us and all environmental
protection legislation and regulations are strictly observed.
We use the best possible technology and materials for protecting the environment taking account of economic considerations.
Packaging
We participate in the recycling programmes of the countries in which our products are sold to ensure optimum recycling.
All of our packaging materials are environmentally compatible and can be recycled.
USED APPLIANCES
▶ All Greenstar gas appliances are 100% recyclable.
The various assemblies can be easily dismantled and synthetic materials are marked accordingly. Assemblies
can therefore be sorted by composition and passed on for recycling.
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Your guarantee
This appliance has a guarantee against faulty materials or workmanship from the date of installation subject to the following terms
and conditions:
•
•
•
During the period of this guarantee any components of the appliance which are proven to be faulty or defective in manufacture
will be exchanged or repaired free of charge by Bosch Thermotechnology Ltd.
The householder may be asked to prove the date of installation, that the appliance was correctly commissioned and, where
appropriate, the first year's service has been carried out to the satisfaction of Bosch Thermotechnology Ltd., when requested.
These should be documented as a part of the Benchmark Checklist.
The appliance has been used only for the normal domestic purposes for which it was designed.
This guarantee does not affect your statutory rights.
Guarantee registration
Your Greenstar appliance carries a guarantee against faulty material or manufacturer subject to Terms and Conditions.
To read the full Terms & Conditions please visit us on-line at www.worcester-bosch.co.uk/guarantee. The Guarantee Registration
form is available on this same page and can be completed and submitted electronically.
Alternatively, please telephone one of our Guarantee Registration advisors on 0330 123 2552.
Your statutory rights are not affected by the manufacturers guarantee.
For your own record
Please ensure that the Benchmark Checklist has been completed by your installer or service engineer.
Model
Serial No.1)
Type/size
Date of installation
Name of Installer
Telephone number of Installer
Table 7
1) See appliance identification label on appliance facia (shown in figure 1, page 6) or Benchmark Checklist in the back of the
Installation, Commissioning & Servicing Instructions.
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Glossary
12
Glossary
Central heating systems
All radiators must be heated at an even rate. If the top of a radiator is at a lower temperature than the bottom then it should be bled
by releasing air through the bleed screw at the top of the radiator.
Ask your installer to show you how this is done.
This appliance is fitted to a sealed system. Should water leaks be found or if excessive bleeding is required, then a service engineer
must be contacted to inspect the installation and rectify any fault.
Only additives that are compatible with aluminium may be used in the system. Any incompatible additive used will invalidate the
guarantee.
Pluming and condensate drain
This is a condensing appliance and the flue terminal will, at times, give out a plume of water vapour. This is quite normal.
The appliance produces condensate which is discharged regularly by a syphon within the appliance via a plastic pipe to a drain. This
pipe must not be blocked or altered in any way.
Room thermostat/programmer
A room thermostat / programmer must be fitted to control the central heating. This controls the times and temperatures of the
central heating, preventing the appliance from firing unnecessarily. Refer to the instructions supplied with the thermostat and
programmer for further information.
Thermostatic radiator valves
Thermostatic radiator valves must be fitted in sleeping accommodation. It is recommended that this type of valve is fitted to all but
one of the radiators. The remaining radiator, where the room thermostat is located, must be uncontrolled and left open.
Pump over run function
After the appliance has finished a demand for central heating or hot water, the pump may continue to run for a short while to
dissipate the heat from within the appliance.
Pump anti-seizure
If there has been no heating demand for 24 hours, the appliance will run the system pump for a few seconds to reduce the possibility
of pump seizure during long periods of inactivity.
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Notes
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WORCESTER, BOSCH GROUP:
Worcester, Bosch Group
Cotswold Way, Warndon, Worcester WR4 9SW.
Tel. 0330 123 9559
Worcester, Bosch Group is a brand name of
Bosch Thermotechnology Ltd.
worcester-bosch.co.uk
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TECHNICAL SUPPORT:
0330 123 3366
APPOINTMENTS:
0330 123 9339
SPARES:
0330 123 9779
LITERATURE:
0330 123 9119
TRAINING:
0330 123 0166
SALES:
0330 123 9669
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