Skope Outset - Flames.co.uk

Skope Outset
Wall Mounted LED Fire
Instructions for Use, Installation & Servicing
For use in GB & IE (Great Britain & Republic of Ireland).
IMPORTANT
THE HEATER OUTLET GRILLE BECOMES VERY HOT WHILST IN OPERATION.
DO NOT COVER THE OUTLET GRILLE OR ANY PART OF THE APPLIANCE.
For use with 230V 50Hz electricity supply only.
Please read these instructions carefully before installation and keep them in a safe place.
They will be needed when maintenance or servicing is required.
THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED
PR2452 Issue 2 (October 2017)
Contents
Covering the following models:
Skope 70W
Skope 110W
210-040
210-056
User Instructions........................................................3.
1. Important Information & Health and Safety............................. 3
2. Operating Instructions............................................................. 3
3. Trento Modular Suite............................................................... 8
4. Maintenance............................................................................ 8
Installation Instructions...........................................10.
Technical Specifications............................................................ 10
Appliance Dimensions............................................................... 10
Installation.................................................................11
1. General.................................................................................. 11
2. Fitting the Appliance.............................................................. 11
3. Corner Installation (if applicable).......................................... 12
4. Wall Mounted Installation - Mounting Bracket....................... 13
5. Custom Built Installation........................................................ 14
6. Trento Modular Suite............................................................. 14
7. Removing the Exterior Glass................................................ 15
8. Fuel Effect............................................................................. 15
Servicing...................................................................18
1. Fault Finding......................................................................... 18
2. How to Wire a Plug............................................................... 18
3. Servicing Requirements........................................................ 19
4. Removing the Exterior Glass ............................................... 19
5. Removing the LED Light Bar ............................................... 20
6. Removing the Fuel Bed ....................................................... 20
7. Replacing the Fuel Bed Effects Spindle................................ 20
8. Replacing the Fuel Bed LED Boards ................................... 21
9. Replacing the Interior Glass ................................................. 22
10. Replacing the Effects Screen ............................................. 23
11. Replacing the Flame Effects Spindle.................................. 23
12. Replacing the Flame Effects LED Board ........................... 24
13. Replacing the Fuel Bed Motor............................................ 24
14. Replacing the Flame Effects Motor..................................... 25
15. Replacing the Power Unit................................................... 26
16. Replacing the Heater Assembly.......................................... 26
17. Pairing the Remote Control to the Appliance...................... 27
18. Resetting the Remote Control............................................. 27
Wiring Diagram.........................................................28
Spare Parts List........................................................29
Information Requirement - Electric Heaters..........30
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To receive your Extended Warranty your Gazco appliance must have
been purchased from our Expert Retailer Network and registered within
one month of purchase or installation. Please note that all warranties
are effective from the date of purchase. Any Gazco product purchased
outside of our Extended Retailer Network, or not registered within the
stated time will carry a standard 12 month warranty.
Full terms and conditions are detailed in the Warranty Statement on
the Gazco website www.gazco.com. In the event of any conflict of
information the wording on the website shall prevail.
Important Note: Should any problems be experienced with your
product, claims must first be submitted to the Expert Retailer where the
appliance was purchased from who will offer immediate assistance or
contact Gazco on your behalf.
Registration No WEE/DH1656ZW
In accordance with European Directive 2012/19/
EU, waste electrical and electronic equipment
(WEEE) must not be disposed of with household
waste.
At the end of its useful life please take this product
to an appropriate recycling centre or collection
point. You can find your nearest recycling centre
by using the bank locator at
www.recycle-more.co.uk for UK customers,
www.weeeireland.ie for customers in the Republic
of Ireland, or by contacting your local authority.
User Instructions
1. Important Information and
Health and Safety
1.1
Read all of the instructions carefully before using the
appliance.
1.2
Remove all packaging and dispose of at an appropriate recycling facility.
1.3 Do not locate this appliance immediately above a fixed
socket outlet.
1.16 Parts of this appliance become hot whilst in operation and
under no circumstances should persons under the age of 12
be left alone with the product when it is in operation unless
a suitable fireguard is used to protect them against the
possibility of coming into direct contact with the appliance.
1.17 Children shall not play with the appliance.
1.18 Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made by
children without supervision.
1.18 Children of less than 3 years should be kept away unless
continuously supervised.
1.4 Do not use this appliance in the immediate surroundings of
a bath, shower, swimming pool or any other area where the
appliance could come into contact with water or humidity,
e.g. a bathroom.
1.5
2. Operating Instructions
WARNING! Do not operate the appliance if it is
damaged or has malfunctioned. If you suspect the
appliance is damaged or has malfunctioned call a
qualified service engineer to inspect the
appliance, and replace any part of the electrical
system if necessary, before reuse.
WARNING! DO NOT COVER
Do not allow the appliance to be covered or let the air inlet/
outlet become obstructed as the appliance may overheat.
Please note the warning symbol on the appliance (see
above).
1.6
For indoor use only. This appliance is not suitable for use
outside the house.
1.7
Keep the power cord away from hot surfaces and hot
conditions. Do not route the power lead in front of the
appliance.
GENERAL
2.1
1.8 This appliance must be firmly fixed to or recessed into, a
flat internal wall. Ensure that furniture, curtains etc. are
positioned no closer than 1m to the appliance.
1.9
1.10 Where the electricity supply cable has to pass through a
masonry wall, stone surround etc. ensure suitable rubber
bushes are fitted at possible wear points.
1.12 Do not use this appliance with any kind of timer,
programmer, thermal control or other device that will switch
the appliance on or off automatically.
The appliance can be operated by the radio frequency
handset or the manual controls which are on the right hand
side of the viewing window.
NOTE: To use both remote and manual functions
the manual on/off switch must be in ‘ON’ position.
In order to prevent the product becoming too hot,
there is a 10s delay when turning on the heater
and a 10s delay when turning off the heater fan.
When the appliance has been installed the position of the
plug must be accessible.
1.11 If the electricity supply cable is damaged do not use the
appliance until it has been replaced. For safety reasons the
replacement has to be carried out by a Gazco service agent
or a similarly competent electrician.
Do not disconnect the power at the mains supply whilst
the appliance is running. Use the functions on the remote
to turn the fire off and ensure the mains switch has been
moved to the off position before disconnecting.
The manual button controls basic functions, not a
full range of controls. Use the remote hand set to
carry out all functions.
PREPARATION BEFORE USE
Batteries:
2.2
Ensure that the handset batteries are new and inserted
correctly.
1.13 Do not operate the appliance if it is damaged.
2.3
Dispose of old batteries at an appropriate recycling facility.
1.14 Repairs of electrical appliances must only be performed by
an electrical engineer. Should the appliance fail to operate,
or in case of any damage, please contact the retailer from
whom the appliance was purchased.
LOCATION OF POWER SWITCH
1.15 This appliance is not intended to be used by persons
under the age of 12, persons with reduced physical,
sensory or mental capabilities or persons with lack of
experience and knowledge in the safe operation of the
appliance.
The appliance may be operated by persons above the
age of 12 provided they have been instructed in the safe
use of the appliance and that they understand the hazards
involved. Persons above the age of 12 may also operate the
appliance under the supervision of a responsible adult.
2.4
The mains power switch is located on the control panel
located on the right-hand side of the viewing window,
see Section 2a.
2.5
Switch ON (—) before operating either the remote or
manual controls.
2.6
A long beep is heard to indicate the fire is ready for use.
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User Instructions
2a. Manual Control Panel
2b. Remote Controls
2a.1 The manual controls on appliance are located at the upper
right of appliance.
2a.2 Turning on the appliance with the main power switch on ‘—‘
position. A long beep will be heard.
The remote control should be left on a flat surface in
the room where the appliance is installed and away
from any direct flow of hot air.
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2a.3 Press “LIGHTS ON/OFF” to turn on or turn off both the
flame and fuel bed at the same time.
Temperature Sensor
Convection
Display
2a.4 There are 3 flame colour options:
Press “FLAME” button to select the colour of flame (3 kinds
of flame colour with flame) or return to the OFF position.
Reset Button for
Remote Control
Flame setting
button
Mains Power
(On/Off) Switch
Heater Running
Indicators
Fuel bed
setting button
Timer Mode
Battery Power
The LEDs will illuminate for 10 seconds if the flame or fuel
bed effect is On.
If the fan heater is used independently, the heater running
indicators will stay on.
Reset Button for Remote Control
2a.7 If the handset loses signal or needs to be replaced then,
see Section 17 in Servicing Section for details.
Actual Room
Temperature
Temperature
Setting
Comfort
Setting
Note: The appliance will lose the memory for the light
functions when the switch is set to the Off Position or
the remote runs out of power.
2a.6 When the fan heater is used in conjunction with the flame or
fuel bed effects the heater running indicators will light up for
10 seconds.
Advance
Time and
Day
Heater Running Indicators (see Diagram 1)
Timer in
Normal Mode
Fuel Bed
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All Lights
On/ Off button
Flame
Heating/ Advance
2a.5 Press “FUEL BED” button to select the colour of fuel bed
(14 kinds of fuel bed) or return to the OFF position.
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Power
Mode
Heating Period
Signal Code
2b.1 The remote control works by radio signal.
The handheld transmitter is configured in the factory with a
unique signal code.
IMPORTANT: If the handset loses signal or needs to be
replaced then, see Section 17 in Servicing Section for
details.
Turn on/off.
2b.2 Press
button to turn on the flame effect.
2b.3 Press
button to turn off all the functions under the
normal heating control mode including flame effect and fan
heater.
2b.4 Press
button to turn off the flame effect under daily and
week timer heating mode.
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User Instructions
Week Days/ Time/ Comfort Temperature and Unit Setting
On activation it is recommended that the clock is reset to the
correct time to ensure accuracy of the appliance operation.
2b.5 Hold the
screen.
2b.13 Press ‘+’ or ‘-’ to set the number.
The minute increment / decrement by 15min per press.
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button for 3 seconds to enter the setting
2b.6 Press the ‘’ or ‘’ button to choose setting to change.
The selected character will be highlighted, see Diagram 4.
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2b.14 Hold the
button for 3 seconds or wait for 10 seconds to
save and exit the heating time period setting.
2b.15 Check the timer setting. Press
mode.
to check the daily timer
2b.16 If the heating needs to be turned off, it will be necessary to
go back to the Normal Control Mode to it turn off.
When in Daily Timer Mode switching the appliance
off with the remote will stop the light output. The heat
output will continue according to the timer settings.
2b.7 Press the ‘+’ or ‘-’ button to adjust the number.
Adjusting the Set Temperature
Time: 24-hour system.
Select Comfort temperature from 15-25℃.
Temperature unit: ℃/℉.
2b.8 Press the
button for 3 seconds or wait 10 seconds to
save and exit the week, time and heating temperature setting.
2b.17 Press the ‘+’ or ‘-’ button to increase or decrease the
temperature on the basis of COMF temperature.
Daily Timer Heating
COMF means the actual temperature is the same as setting.
2b.9 The following heating periods have been preset, these can
be altered if desired:
ECO means the actual temperature is 2℃ lower than the
setting temperature.
ECO- means 4℃ lower, COMF+ means 2℃ higher.
COMF++ means 4℃ higher.
06:00 until 08:00
17:00 until 22:00
2b.10Press
until
shows at the upper right corner of the
screen to enter the daily timer heating mode.
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Adaptive start control
According to room temperature and set-pointed
temperature, the heater will automatically determine the
appropriate time to heat to ensure that it will reach the setpointed temperature in the set time (up to 45 minutes prior
to the set time).
2b.11 Hold the
button for 6 seconds to enter the daily heating
setting.
A maximum of 3 timed heating periods can be set per day.
2b.12 Press ‘’ or ‘’ to choose hour or minute,
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User Instructions
Flame Colour Adjustment
Normal Control Mode
2b.18 Press
2b.24 Normal Control Mode is the default setting.
button to enter the flame adjustment screen.
There are 3 flame colour options, indicated by the number
shown in Diagram 7.
There are 6 levels of brightness, including off. This is
indicated by the bar, with the blank bar indicating off, see
Diagram 7.
Alternatively press
button until the
logo is shown at
the upper right corner of the screen, see Diagram 9.
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Colour
Option
Brightness
Level
2b.19 Press the ‘’ or ‘’ button to cycle through the flame
colour options.
2b.25 Press the ‘+’ or ‘-’ button to adjust the setting temperature
from 17 ℃ to 25℃.
2b.26Press
button to turn the heat on/off,
ON or
OFF will show at the lower right corner of the screen,
see Diagram 10.
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2b.20 Press the ‘+’ button to increase the flame brightness.
Press the ‘-’ button to decrease the flame brightness until
off.
Fuel Bed Colour Adjustment
2b.21 Press
to enter the fuel bed light adjustment screen.
There are 14 fuel bed colour options, indicated by the
number shown in Diagram 8.
There are 6 levels of brightness, including off. This is
indicated by the bar, with the blank bar indicating off, see
Diagram 8.
Note: It is normal for the fan heater to stop running for
periods of time. This happens if the room temperature is
higher than the temperature set on the control.
The heater indicator will be turned off after 10s if the flame
is switched ON. The heater indicator will stay ON if only the
heating function is used.
When in Normal Control Mode switching the appliance
off with the remote will stop both the light and heat
output.
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Colour
Option
Brightness
Level
2b.22 Press the ‘’ or ‘’ button to cycle through the fuel bed
colour options.
2b.23 Press the ‘+’ button to increase the fuel bed brightness.
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Press the ‘-’ button to decrease the fuel bed brightness until
off.
Count Down Timer
This setting is only in normal heating control mode. It allows
the appliance to be returned to Standby after a set period of
time. The heater must be switched on to use this function.
2b.27Press
to cycle through the setting from Off and 0.5 hours
to 9 hours. Timer logo and remaining time will show on the
screen.
The heater of appliance can be automatically run by using
daily timer and weekly timer on the remote.
User Instructions
Battery
The battery power level is indicated at the top right of the
remote control screen, see Diagram 3.
2b.33 Press the ‘’ button to move the cursor to the time period
setting area.
2b.34 Press ‘’ or ‘’ button to choose hour or minute.
Battery Full
No action required
2b.35 Press ‘+’ or ‘-’ to set the number.
Battery Half Power
Ensure new batteries are available.
Battery Empty
Replace batteries immediately
A maximum of 3 timed heating periods can be set per day.
Minute increment / decrement by 15min per press.
Battery replacement is recommended after 1 year. The
Remote requires two 1.5V alkaline AAA batteries.
Changing the batteries will not affect the Timer Mode
settings, however, the clock may need adjusting.
Week Timer Heating
2b.28 The following heating periods have been preset, these can
be altered if desired:
From Monday to Friday
06:00 until 08:30
17:00 until 22:00
From Saturday to Sunday
06:30 until 09:30
11:00 until 13:00
17:00 until 22:00
2b.29 Press
until
shows at the upper right corner of the
screen to enter the week heating mode.
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2b.30 Hold the
button for 6 seconds to enter the week timer
heating mode setting.
2b.31 Press ‘’ or ‘’ to move the cursor (a flashing underline).
2b.32 Press the
button in the corresponding week position to
select (the character is highlighted) or cancel (the character
is displayed normally) the current setting, the same time
period can be selected together.
2b.36Press
to set the heating time for the selected day and
return to the week line.
2b.37 Hold the
button for 3 seconds or wait for 10 seconds to
save and exit the heating time period setting.
2b.38Press
‘’ or ‘’ to check the timer setting for the week
timer heating mode.
2b.39 If the heating needs to be turned off, it will be necessary to
go back to the Normal Control Mode to it turn off.
When in Weekly Timer Mode switching the appliance
off with the remote will stop the light output. The heat
output will continue according to the timer settings.
Adjusting the Set Temperature
2b.40 Press the ‘+’ or ‘-’ button to increase or decrease the
temperature on the basis of COMF temperature.
COMF means the actual temperature is the same as setting.
ECO means the actual temperature is 2℃ lower than the
setting temperature.
ECO- means 4℃ lower.
COMF+ means 2℃ higher.
COMF++ means 4℃ higher.
Adaptive start control
According to room temperature and set-pointed temperature,
the heater will automatically determine the appropriate time
to heat to ensure that it will reach the set-pointed temperature
in the set time (up to 45 minutes prior to the set time).
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User Instructions
Advance mode
2b.41 The heating state can be advanced to the next period is
under both the daily and week timer heating mode.
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4. Maintenance
4.1
ALWAYS UNPLUG FROM MAINS SUPPLY BEFORE
CLEANING OR UNDERTAKING ANY MAINTENANCE.
GENERAL CLEANING
4.2
Only clean the outer casing when it is cold. Do not use
abrasive cleaners.
CLEANING GLASS
4.3
Wipe the glass viewing panel with a damp cloth and buff
with a lint free duster.
Caution: Do not use abrasive cleaners on the glass panel.
Do not spray liquids directly onto any surface of the unit.
If the heater is on in the current period, pressing the button
will turn the heater off.
If the heater is off in the current period, pressing the button
will turn the heater on.
CLEANING THE FUEL EFFECT
Whether the actual heating will be on/off also depends on
the room temperature and setting temperature.
2b.42 Press
to enter the Advance mode under the daily and
week timer heating mode,
will show at the upper right
corner of the screen.
2b.43Press
mode.
To access the fuel effect it will be necessary to remove the
glass viewing panel.
4.4
Ensure the appliance is unplugged.
4.5
There is a clamp at the top of each corner of the glass
viewing panel that secure the glass in place, see Diagram 15.
again or timer period ends will exit the Advance
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Window open detecting
2b.44 When the transmitter detects a rapid drop in room
temperature, it will be judged as an open window: the
warning icon will be displayed and the heating will be turned
off automatically.
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4.6
Supporting the glass, loosen and remove the 2 clamps.
These can be unscrewed using just finger tips.
4.7
Carefully tip the glass forward and lift out of the lower tray to
remove from the appliance, see Diagram 16.
2b.45 After indoor temperature rise or manual intervention (by
operating remote control), it will return to normal working
state.
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3. Trento Modular Suite
Please refer to the Trento Modular Suite instructions
PR2453.
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The fuel effect can now be accessed.
User Instructions
4.8
Remove and wash the fuel effect to remove any dust
particles. Alternatively clean with a lint free duster.
Ensure that the effect is dry before replacing.
Replace the fuel effect see Installation Instructions
Section 5 for layout.
4.9
Replace the glass following the instructions in reverse order.
When replacing the clamps ensure that the tabs on the
clamps locate in the slots on the appliance, see Diagram 17.
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CLEANING AIR INLETS
4.10 Ensure the appliance is unplugged.
4.11 Clean the air inlet and outlet grilles regularly with a soft cloth
or the nozzle of a vacuum cleaner.
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Air
Inlets
Air
Inlets
Air Outlets
Dust build-up can inhibit efficient performance of the
fan and lead to the safety cut-out operating.
4.12 Keep the area around the appliance clean and free of fluff,
dust or pet hair.
4.13 In particular, build-up of dust etc. can occur around the
heater area. Take particular care to keep this area free from
such particles on a regular basis to prevent build-up.
BATTERY REPLACEMENT
4.14 When the remote battery is low it must be changed
immediately. Install correct replacement and dispose of the
old battery carefully at an appropriate recycling facility.
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Installation Instructions
Technical Specification
These instructions cover the following models:
Skope 70W
Skope 110W
210-040
210-056
PACKING CHECKLIST
A 230V ±10% 13A 50Hz supply is required
Maximum power consumption:
Skope 70W: 2000 Watts
Skope 110W: 2000 Watts
THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED
A 1.8 metre lead with a BS1363 plug containing a BS1362
13A fuse is supplied. Only use a BS1362 13A fuse with this
appliance.
2 x Remote control handset battery (AAA)
Appliance Description
Fixing Kit containing:
Skope 70W
Skope 110W
1 x Instruction Manual
1 x Remote Control
2 x AAA Batteries
2 x Lower Fixing Brackets
6 x Screws ST4x8
1 x Power Cable
1 x Cable Grip
1 x Corner Side Glass
Retainer Bracket - Top
1 x Left Corner Side Glass
Retainer Bracket - Bottom
1 x Right Corner Side Glass
Retainer Bracket - Bottom
Box 1
1 x Log Set
Box 2
Grey Pebble Effect
Clear Pebble Effect
Small Glass-Effect Crystals
Large Glass-Effect Crystals
Skope 70W
10 x Plastic Wall Plugs
10 x ST5 x 40 Screws
Skope 110W
14 x Plastic Wall Plugs
14 x ST5 x 40 Screws
D
569
352
56
C
80
B
A
Model
10
135
220
238
276
A
B
C
D
Skope 70W
754
710
700
716
Skope 110W
1154
1110
1100
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Installation Instructions
1. General
1.1
TOOLS REQUIRED
A Screw Driver, Spirit Level and Drill will be needed.
1.2
UNPACKING THE FIREPLACE
WARNING! DO NOT use this appliance if any part has
been exposed to water.
Immediately call a qualified service technician to inspect and
to replace any part of the electrical system if necessary.
1.3
Open the packaging carefully and remove the polystyrene.
Remove and discard the plastic bag.
Keep plastic wrapping away from children.
Be responsible when handling the packing materials.
1.4
Check all parts and accessories are removed before
disposing of any packaging.
If necessary keep the original packaging for future transport
and/or storage.
2. Fitting the Appliance
This appliance must be fixed to the wall using the
wall mounting bracket provided.
The installation can then be finished in one of the
following ways;
1. Installation with a Trento Modular Suite.
See Installation Instructions supplied with the
Trento (PR2453).
2. Installation into a custom built setting.
Note: If installing the appliance into a custom built
corner installation the side brackets will need
to be replaced with the 2 brackets supplied, see
Section 3.
2.7
If the power cord is damaged, it must be repaired by the
manufacturer, its authorised service centre or professional
person.
2.8 Ensure that curtains and furniture are not positioned close
to the chosen position, as this would create a potential fire
hazard or block the heater outlet ducts.
WARNING! KEEP ALL COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS
AT LEAST 1M FROM THE FRONT OF THE ELECTRIC
FIREPLACE.
ENSURE THAT THE MAINS SUPPLY IS ISOLATED.
Optional Extras
2.1
Locating the Skope
Your new Skope may be installed virtually anywhere in your
home. However, when choosing a location ensure that the
general instructions are followed.
2.2
For best results, install out of direct sunlight.
2.3
Make sure there are no pipes or cables behind the area
to be drilled or cut.
910-113
Skope 70W Centre Metal Trim
910-091
Skope 70W Left Hand Corner Metal Trim
Before installation ensure that the wall is suitably
constructed to support the weight of the appliance.
910-102
Skope 70W Right Hand Corner Metal Trim
910-146
Skope 110W Centre Metal Trim
910-124
Skope 110W Left Hand Corner Metal Trim
910-135
Skope 110W Right Hand Corner Metal Trim
2.4
2.5 The appliance should ideally be located close to a suitable
mains socket to enable connection. An extension could be
run from an existing socket outlet but this must be carried
out by a suitably qualified electrical engineer.
The electrical socket must be easily accessible to allow
disconnection when the appliance is fitted.
2.6
2.9
This appliance can be installed with an optional decorative
trim to finish the installation.
For details please contact your Gazco retailer.
Product Code
Description
If access to the underside of the appliance will be limited
after installation is complete, ensure the plug connection on
the underside of the appliance has been considered.
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Installation Instructions
3. Corner Installation (if applicable)
If access to the underside of the appliance will be limited
after installation is complete, ensure the plug connection has
been considered.
3.2
Remove the 2 Screws securing the lower bracket, see
Diagram 3.
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Note: If installing the appliance into a custom built
corner installation the side brackets will need to
be replaced with the 3 Corner Side Glass Retainer
brackets supplied.
If the appliance is to be installed in a right hand
corner, the right hand brackets will need to be
replaced. If left hand, replace the left hand brackets.
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3.3
Fit the top Corner Side Glass Retainer bracket, ensuring all 3
screws are replaced, see Diagram 4.
4
To change the brackets:
3.1
Support the bracket and remove the 3 screws,
see Diagram 2.
2
3.4
5
3.5
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Fit the bottom Corner Side Glass Retainer bracket ensuring
both screws are replaced, see Diagram 5.
Install the appliance using the desired method and finish.
Installation Instructions
4. Mounting Bracket
The wall mounting bracket will need to be separated from
the appliance.
4.1
Lay the appliance face down on a soft flat surface to avoid
damage.
4.2
Unscrew the mounting bracket from the upper left and right
sides of the appliance, see Diagram 6.
Retain the screws as they will be required during installation.
4.7
Position the wall mounting bracket so that the bottom edge
is level with the line drawn on the wall.
4.8
Mark the position of the fixing holes on the wall (8 fixing
holes 70W models/ 12 fixing holes 110W models), see
Diagram 8.
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6
110W Model
4.9
4.3
70W Model
Make sure there are no pipes or cables behind the area
to be drilled.
4.4
Decide on the desired height from the floor level to the
bottom of the heater unit.
4.5
The bottom of the wall bracket measures 485mm from the
bottom of the appliance, see Diagram 7.
Drill the holes and insert the rawlplugs provided.
Note: The rawlplugs supplied are suitable for solid wall
applications. If it is intended to mount the appliance onto
plasterboard or hollow walls suitable fixings must be used.
4.10 Attach the bracket to the wall using the screws provided
ensuring the folds are projecting up, see Diagram 9.
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70W Model
110W Model
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485mm
4.11 Lift the appliance onto the bracket.
Ensure the folds locate into the slots on the back of the
appliance, see Diagram 10.
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4.6
To prepare the installation measure the distance from floor
level and using a spirit level draw a line 485mm higher than
the intended position of the bottom of the appliance.
NOTE: If fitting a Trento surround add 30mm to the bottom
of the appliance.
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Installation Instructions
4.12 Secure with 2 screws at either side of the bracket, see
Diagram 11.
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4.14 Connect the power cable to the underside of the appliance,
see Diagram 14.
4.15 A securing cable grip has been supplied.
Place the cable grip around the plug and secure with the 2
screws, see Diagram 14.
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4.13 Fasten the two lower fixing bracket to the 2 fixing points on
the underside of the appliance and secure to the wall, see
Diagrams 12 & 13.
5. Custom Installation
12
The Skope has been designed so that it can be fitted into a
masonry wall or a custom built studwork enclosure.
The heater should ideally be fitted into/onto an internal flat
wall constructed from either studwork and plasterboard
block/brick. Please ensure that suitable fixings are used
when securing to any hollow or purpose built cavity.
NOTE: This appliance is not suitable for fitting to a Cavity
Wall, backing on to an outside wall, an open chimney or
any opening that may be subject to damp and draft, unless
adequate precautions are taken to avoid the appliance
coming into contact with moisture or excessive drafts. In
such installations, any existing chimney and/or purpose
provided air vents should be fully sealed.
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5.1
Construct a suitably sized enclosure for the appliance to the
desired width and height. Finish the enclosure in the chosen
materials ensuring the panels are pushed up to the top and
bottom flanges of the appliance.
Note: If it is intended to install the Skope in a Corner setting
see Section 3 before commencing work.
Combustible or non-combustible building materials may
be used to finish up to the fireplace opening.
DO NOT PACK THE VOID AROUND OR ABOVE THE
APPLIANCE WITH INSULATION MATERIALS SUCH AS
MINERAL WOOL.
6. Fitting the Trento Suite
14
To fit the Trento Modular suite follow the instructions
provided, PR2453.
Installation Instructions
7. Removing the Exterior Glass
8. Fuel Effect
7.1
To place the fuel effect it will be necessary to remove the
exterior glass panel.
8.1
The appliance is supplied with 2 fuel effect options:
7.2
There is a clamp at the top of each corner of the glass
viewing panel that secure the glass in place,
see Diagram 15.
Take care to support the glass when removing clamps.
8a. Crystal Ice Glass Effect.
8b. Log Effect.
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8a. Crystal Ice Glass Effect
8a.1 Evenly spread the small glass-effect crystals across the fuel
bed.
It is not necessary to use all of the effect supplied.
8a.2 Randomly space the large glass-effect crystals throughout
the fuel bed.
7.3
Supporting the glass, loosen and remove the 2 clamps.
These can be unscrewed using just finger tips.
7.4
Carefully tip the glass forward and lift out of the lower tray to
remove from the appliance, see Diagram 16.
The clamp can be used to aid removal.
16
15
Installation Instructions
8b. Log Effect
LOGS MUST BE POSITIONED ACCORDING TO THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS TO GIVE THE CORRECT FLAME EFFECT.
The logs for the fuel bed are NOT individually labelled, the numbers are for reference information only.
8b.1 Evenly spread the clear pebble effect across the fuel bed.
8b.2 Randomly space the grey pebble effect throughout the fuel bed.
8b.3 Identify the logs using Diagram 17 and the table below.
17
1
4
8
5
2
9
6
3
10
7
Log Size
Skope 110W
1
Large
2
Large


3
Large


4
Medium


5
Medium


6
Medium


7
Small


8
Small

9
Small

10
Small
Total
16
Skope 70W


1 Small
3 Medium
2 Large
4 Small
3 Medium
3 Large
Installation Instructions
The log layouts below cover all models. Please refer to Diagram 17 and table on page 15 to identify the logs for specific models.
8b.4 The logs are positioned in pairs. Working from left to right, place the logs onto the stone fuel effect following the layouts below:
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Dotted Lines show the layouts for the different models
70W
Diagram 20
Logs 3 & 7
Diagram 19
Logs 2 & 4
110W
Diagram 21
Logs 1 & 10
Diagram 22
Logs 5 & 6
8
9
See Diagram 19 - 22 for details of log pairs
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22
2
5
4
6
8b.5 If desired the Crystal Ice Glass Effect can be placed in
between the log layout.
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9. Completion of Assembly
3
7
21
9.1
Replace the glass following the instructions in reverse order.
IMPORTANT: When replacing the glass the black tabs
must be positioned at the top corners of the appliance.
When replacing the clamps ensure that the tabs on the
clamps locate in the slots on the appliance, see Diagram 23.
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1
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Servicing Instructions
1. Fault Finding
No illumination or uneven lighting:
1.1
1.2
First change the BS1362 13A fuse for one known to work.
If the appliance still does not work, check the socket by
plugging in a working appliance. If this too fails to operate,
call in a competent electrician to check the socket.
One or more of the LED boards will need replacing. This
must be undertaken by a suitably qualified person (see
Servicing Requirements).
Illumination but no heat:
1.3
The safety cut-out has operated to protect against
overheating (see User Instructions, Section 2). Ensure
the air inlet and outlet grilles are free of dust or any other
obstruction.
1.4
Remote control fails to work:
1.5
Check that the batteries are new and correctly fitted. Replace if necessary.
1.6
Ensure the remote is communicating with the fire.
If in doubt, the remote may have to be paired to the
appliance or reset, see Sections 17 & 18.
2. How to wire a plug
To change the plug supplied with this appliance, follow the
instructions below. The instructions assume that the wire
has been cut.
WARNING – FAILURE TO CONNECT THE WIRES
CORRECTLY COULD PUT PEOPLE AT RISK
FROM ELECTRIC SHOCK OR FIRE. IF IN DOUBT
CONSULT A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN.
UK Plug
Brown
Terminal L / RED
Blue
Terminal N / BLACK
Earth Wire
Green & Yellow
Stripes
Suitable for use in Cyprus, Malta, Ireland & Great Britain.
1
UK Plug Supplied
Type BS1363
European Plug
Suitable for use in Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech
Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece,
Hungary, Germany, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg,
Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia,
Slovenia, Spain & Sweden.
2
Neutral wire
Live wire
Outer Insulation
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Cable grip
Typical European Plug
Type CEE 7/7
Neutral wire
Live wire
Earth wire
Outer Insulation
Cable grip
2.1
Dispose of the old plug safely. Ensure the new plug has the
relevant approval marking and is not cracked or chipped.
2.2
Expose 4cm of the coloured wires and trim to the correct
lengths so that they comfortably reach the correct terminals.
2.3
Ensure that the Earth wire has more slack than any of the
other wires.
2.4
Remove some of the insulation to leave about 6mm (screw
terminals) to 12mm (winding around screw) of exposed
metal core on each wire, taking care not to damage or
remove the metal strands.
2.5
Twist the strands of the wire together.
2.6
Loosen the screw heads above each terminal.
2.7
Push the metal wire into the hole beneath each screw head
or, dependent on plug design, wind the metal wire around
the screw.
2.8
Ensure that the insulation reaches right up to each terminal
as illustrated and there are no loose strands of wire.
2.9
Ensure the cable sits correctly under the cable grip and
tighten to secure, taking care that the connecting wires
inside the plug are not strained.
Earth wire
Fuse
Terminal E /
/ GREEN or
GREEN & YELLOW
THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED
The thermostat control may be set too low. Increase the
setting by pressing the thermostat button on the remote
control until the heater turns on.
Live Wire
Neutral Wire
2.10 Refer to Technical Specification for fuse rating and fit the
appropriate fuse into the plug (UK Only).
2.11 Attach the plug cover.
Servicing Instructions
3. Servicing Requirements
DURING SERVICING OF THIS APPLIANCE IT MAY BE
NECESSARY TO CUT CABLE TIES IN ORDER TO
ACCESS AND REMOVE SOME OF THE PARTS.
THESE MUST BE REPLACED WHEN
REASSEMBLING THE APPLIANCE.
4. Removing the Exterior Glass
4.1
To access the internal working parts of the Skope it will be
necessary to remove the glass viewing panel.
4.2
Isolate the power supply and ensure there is no power to
the appliance.
4.3
There is a clamp at the top of each corner of the glass
viewing panel that secure the glass in place, see Diagram 3.
WARNING: The Effects Spindles are sharp, please
use caution when servicing this appliance.
3
NOTE: Due to the number of models covered
within this instruction manual the number of
screws that need to be removed during servicing
may vary.
THIS APPLIANCE MUST ONLY BE SERVICED BY A
SUITABLY QUALIFIED PERSON.
BEFORE UNDERTAKING ANY WORK ON THE
APPLIANCE: SWITCH OFF THE APPLIANCE AND
ISOLATE THE POWER SUPPLY ENSURING THERE IS
NO POWER TO THE APPLIANCE.
3.1
Wait for at least 10 minutes until the appliance has cooled down.
3.2 Remote Handset Battery Replacement
Replace with 2 AAA batteries. Make sure the batteries are
installed correctly in the remote control.
3.3
Maintenance of Motors
The motor used on the flame effect is pre-lubricated for
extended bearing life and requires no further lubrication.
However, periodic cleaning/vacuuming of the heater unit is
recommended.
3.4
Resetting the Thermal Cutout Switch
The appliance is fitted with an Electronic Safety Control
(E.S.). This is a safety device which switches off the fire if,
the appliance overheats for any reason e.g. when covered.
4.4
Supporting the glass, loosen and remove the 2 clamps.
These can be unscrewed using just finger tips.
4.5
Carefully tip the glass forward and lift out of the lower tray to
remove from the appliance, see Diagram 4.
The clamp can be used to aid removal.
4
4.6
Carefully place the glass to one side to avoid damage.
If the heater stops operating whilst the flame effect
continues normally, this indicates that the E.S. Control is in
operation.
The E.S. Control can only be re-set after the appliance has
cooled down.
To re-set the E.S:
Switch off the appliance (Manual On/Off switch) and leave
for approximately 10-15 minutes.
Remove any obstruction to the fan heater outlet or other
internal parts.
Switch on appliance and the E.S. Control will re-set. Ensure
that the appliance is functioning correctly. If the E.S. Control
operates again, the appliance should be checked by a
competent Electrician.
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Servicing Instructions
4.7
Replace the glass following the instructions in reverse order.
IMPORTANT: When replacing the glass the black tabs
must be positioned at the top corners of the appliance.
When replacing the clamps ensure that the tabs on the
clamps locate in the slots on the appliance, see Diagram 5.
5
6. Removing the Fuel Bed
6.1
Follow Section 4 to access the fuel bed.
With the exterior glass removed carefully gather up the fuel
effect and place to one side.
To replace the fuel effect see Section 5 Installation
Instructions for layout.
6.2
Remove the screws from the fuel bed, see Diagram 8.
8
5. Removing the LED Light Bar
It will be necessary to remove the LED Light Bar in order to
remove the side panels, Interior Glass and to service the
Power Unit.
5.1
Supporting the LED Light Bar remove the 2 end screws then
the central screw, see Diagram 6.
6.3
The flexible fuel bed can now be lifted out of the appliance.
Note: When replacing the fuel bed ensure that the rough
side faces up and that it locates under the lip at the
front and sides of the firebox, see Diagram 12.
6
7. Replacing the Fuel Bed Effects Spindle
WARNING: The Effects Spindles are sharp, please
use caution when servicing this appliance.
5.2
Carefully lower the LED Light Bar and disconnect the cable
from the right hand side, see Diagram 7.
7
Follow Sections 4, 5 & 6 to access the Fuel Bed Effects
Spindle.
7.2
The Fuel Bed Effects Spindle is attached to the Fuel Bed
Effects Motor and supported in 2 additional places, see
Diagram 9.
9
Effects Motor
Support Brackets
NOTE: When replacing the LED Light Bar ensure that
the central tab is positioned at the front of the firebox.
PLEASE ENSURE NO WIRES ARE TRAPPED.
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7.1
Servicing Instructions
7.3
10
Remove the screw securing the Effects Spindle to the
central bracket, see Diagram 10.
Effects Spindle
Screw
Bracket
8. Replacing the Fuel Bed LED Boards
To remove the LED Boards it is NOT necessary to remove
the Effects Spindle.
8.1
Follow Sections 4, 5 & 6 to access the Fuel Bed LED
Boards.
8.2
The LED boards are located at the bottom of the appliance,
see Diagram 13.
13
LED Boards
7.4
The Effects Spindle is attached to the Effects Motor by a
rubber sleeve.
Pull the rubber sleeve off the Effect Motor axle,
see Diagram 11.
11
8.3
The LED boards are coupled together at the end of each
board and held in place by clips, see Diagram 14.
14
Clip
7.5
Clip
Withdraw the spindle from the left hand bracket, see
Diagram 12.
Clip
Connectors
Connectors
Clip
12
8.4
7.6
Unplug the correct LED board and use a pair of long nosed
pliers to squeeze the clips and release.
Replace in reverse order.
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Servicing Instructions
8.5
Fitting a new board is the reverse of this process.
IMPORTANT: Test the LEDs before refitting the Fuel
Bed.
9.4
Lift the Interior Glass slightly and pull forward until it can be
carefully lowered onto the shelf below, see Diagram 18.
18
The LED Boards must be connected correctly with the
CN1 in and the CN2 out in the correct orientation, see
Diagram 15.
15
Rear Fuel Bed
LEDs
Front Fuel Bed LEDs
CN2
CN2
CN2
CN1
9.5
Carefully tilt the glass forward and lift to remove from the
appliance, see Diagram 19.
19
9. Removing the Interior Glass
9.1
Follow Sections 4, 5 & 6 to access the Interior Glass.
9.2
Remove the screws (4 screws 110W models/ 3 screws 70W
models) to remove the top glass brackets, see Diagram 16.
16
9.6
Carefully place the glass to one side to avoid damage.
9.10 Replace in reverse order.
110W model shown
9.3
17
22
Remove the screws to remove the bottom bracket, see
Diagram 17.
IMPORTANT: When replacing the glass the side with the
glossy finish must face towards the front of the
appliance.
Servicing Instructions
10. Removing the Effects Screen
11. Replacing the Flame Effects Spindle
10.1 Follow Sections 4, 5, 8 & 9 to access the Effects Screen.
WARNING: The Effects Spindles are sharp, please
use caution when servicing this appliance.
10.2 Remove the screws securing the top bracket, see Diagram
20 A. The number of screws may vary depending on model.
11.1 Follow Sections 4, 5, 6, 9 & 10 to access the Flame Effects
Spindle.
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A
A
A
11.2 The Flame Effects Spindle is attached to the Flame Effects
Motor and supported in 2 additional places, see Diagram 22.
22
Effects Motor
Support Brackets
B
B
10.3 Supporting the Effects Screen remove the 2 screws from the
bottom corners of the screen, see Diagram 20 B.
10.4 Remove the 4 screws securing the side brackets (2 on each
side). The Screen can now be replaced.
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11.3 Remove the screw securing the Effects Spindle to the
central bracket, see Diagram 23.
23
Screw
Effects Spindle
10.5 Replace in reverse order.
IMPORTANT: When replacing the Effects Screen the
side with the glossy finish must face towards the front
of the appliance with the flames in the correct
orientation.
Bracket
11.4 The Effects Spindle is attached to the Effects Motor by a
rubber sleeve.
Pull the rubber sleeve off the Effect Motor axle,
see Diagram 24.
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Servicing Instructions
11.5 Withdraw the spindle from the left hand bracket, see
Diagram 25.
12.4 The LED boards are coupled together at the end of each
board and held in place by clips, see Diagram 28.
28
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Connector
Connector
11.6 Replace in reverse order.
12. Replacing the Flame Effect LED Board
WARNING: The Effects Spindles are sharp, please
use caution when servicing this appliance.
12.5 Unplug the correct LED board and pull the clips open to
release.
12.6 Fitting a new board is the reverse of this process.
IMPORTANT: Test the LEDs before refitting the Fuel
Bed.
The LED Boards must be connected correctly with the
CN1 in and the CN2 out.
12.1 Follow Sections 4, 5, 6, 9 & 10 to access the Flame Effects
LED Board.
12.2 Remove the screws, working from the outside in, to remove
the shield, see Diagram 26.
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Clips
13. Replacing the Fuel Bed Motor
13.1 Follow Sections 4, 5, 6 & 9 to access the Fuel Bed Motor
and its connections.
13.2 Remove the Effects Spindle by pulling the rubber sleeve off
the Effects Motor axle, see Diagram 29.
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NOTE: When refitting the shield ensure that the lip
curves down and towards the back. It will be necessary
to lift the shield slightly to align the screws. Refit the
screws from inside out.
12.3 The LED boards are located below the Effects Spindle, see
Diagram 27.
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24
LED Boards
Screws
13.3 Remove the 3 screws to release the bracket from the base
of the appliance, see Diagram 29.
Servicing Instructions
13.4 Remove the nuts and bolts to release the motor unit from
the bracket, see Diagram 30.
14. Replacing the Flame Effect Motor
14.1 Follow Sections 4, 5, 6, 9 & 10 to access the Flame Effect
Motor.
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14.2 Remove the Effects Spindle by pulling the rubber sleeve off
the Effects Motor axle, see Diagram 33.
Nut & bolt
Nut & Bolt
33
Nuts &
Bolts
Screws
13.5 Follow the wires to the corresponding connector and
disconnect the motor unit by squeezing the clips on each
side of the plug, see Diagram 31.
31
14.3 Remove the 3 screws to release the Effects Motor bracket,
see Diagram 33.
Connectors
14.4 Remove the 2 nuts and bolts to release the motor unit from
the bracket, see Diagram 33.
14.5 Follow the wires to the corresponding connector and
disconnect the motor unit by squeezing the clips on each
side of the plug, see Diagram 34.
34
13.6 Cut the cable tie securing the cables to the base of the
appliance, see Diagram 32.
32
Connectors
14.6 Replace in reverse order, ensuring the cable ties are
replaced.
13.7 Replace in reverse order, ensuring the cable ties are
replaced.
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Servicing Instructions
15. Replacing the Power Unit
16. Replacing the Heater Assembly
15.1 Follow Section 4 & 5 to access the Power Unit.
16.1 Follow Section 4 to access the Heater Assembly.
15.2 The Power Unit is held in place by 4 screws, see
Diagram 35.
16.2 The Heater Assembly is held in place by 4 screws at the top
of the firebox.
Supporting the Heater Assembly remove the screws, see
Diagram 38.
35
38
15.3 Support the Power Unit and remove the 4 screws.
15.4 The Power Unit is attached to the appliance by several
cables and wiring looms, see Diagram 36.
36
16.3 Carefully lower the Heater Assembly.
This will require a slight tipping motion to clear the edge,
see Diagram 39.
NOTE: The Heater Assembly has wires attached.
39
Connector
Noting the orientation of the leads:
15.5 Unclip the 2 wiring looms by squeezing each side of the
connectors, see Diagram 36.
15.6 Disconnect the 2 LED Board connectors and the LED Light
Bar connector to detach the Power Unit from the appliance,
see Diagram 37.
37
LED Light Bar
Fuel Bed
LED Boards
Flame Effect
LED Boards
15.7 Replace in reverse order. Ensure all the leads are
reconnected following the previous orientation.
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16.4 Unplug the connector to dettach the Heater Assembly from
the appliance, see Diagram 39.
16.5 Replace the Heater Assembly.
NOTE: When replacing the Heater Unit the back should be
installed first, and a slight tipping motion will be required to
clear the edge.
PLEASE ENSURE NO WIRES ARE TRAPPED.
Servicing Instructions
17. Pairing the Remote Control
to the Appliance
Signal Code
The below operations should be carried out before
coding when changing to a new remote or the unit
cannot be controlled by the remote:
The reset button is located on the control panel located on
the right-hand side of the viewing window, see Diagram 40.
17.1 Press the reset button for 3 seconds (a pen point may be
needed) until 3 short beeps sound from the unit, release the
button.
Within 10 seconds, press the
button on remote. The
coding is finished when 1 long beep sounds from the unit.
40
Reset Button for
Remote Control
Resetting of the remote control is necessary if the
appliance operates wrongly due to external interference
signal and the remote control is not in use.
18. Resetting the Remote
Resetting the Remote may necessary if the appliance
operates incorrectly under the signal from the Remote, or if
the Remote does not operate correctly.
18.1 Open the back cover of the Remote.
18.2 Press the Reset button for 3 seconds and reset the coding,
see Diagram 41.
41
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The number of LED Boards varies depending on the model
Button Board
BK 4P
Reciever Board
WH 4P
BK
BN
Fuel Effect LED Board
Flame Effect LED Board
Fuel Effect LED Board
On/Off
RD
BK
BN
BK BU
RD
Fuel Effect LED Board
BU
RD
BK
BN
BU
RD
Thermostat
Fuel Effect LED Board
Flame Effect LED Board
P.C.B.
BU BK YE WH BU RD
BK
2
Motor
BU
BU
BU
RD
GNYE
GNYE
IEC C13/C14
Flame
WH Effect
RD
BK
BN
UK BS1363 Plug
13A BS1362 Fuse
Plug Connector
Incoming AC Supply:
230v 50Hz required
GREEN & YELLOW
BK
BN
BROWN
GNYE
WH
4
BN
3
BLACK
Heater Element
WHITE
BK
1
Fuel
Effect Motor
WH
YE
RD
YELLOW
BU
RD
YE
RD
RD
BU
WH YE
WH
Fan Motor
Top Light LED Board
BLUE
Power Unit
RD
BU
YE
WH
Heater Unit
RED
BU
WH
Top Light LED Board
RD
BK 3P
Appliance
Wiring Diagrams
Colour Codes
All Models
Spare Parts List
No.
Component
70W
Part Code
LED Board
Identifier
110W
Quantity
Part Code
LED Board
Identifier
Quantity
1
Front Glass Panel
CE1889
1
CE1890
1
2
Display Screen
CE1895
1
CE1896
1
3
Flame Effect Screen
PL0193
1
PL0194
1
4
Side Panel
CE1901
2
CE1901
2
5
Power Unit
EL0710
1
EL0710
1
6
Heater Unit
EL0712
1
EL0712
1
7
Fuel Bed
PL0199
1
PL0200
1
8
Flame Effect Spindle
EL0698
1
EL0699
1
9
Fuel Effect Spindle
EL0704
1
EL0705
1
10
Spindle Motor
EL0713
2
EL0713
2
11
Power Cable
EL0714
1
EL0714
1
12
Remote Handset C
EL0678
1
EL0678
1
13
Flame Effect LED Board 1
EL0723
1
EL0720
RC07-167B
1
14
Flame Effect LED Board 2
-
-
EL0721
RC07-191A
1
15
Flame Effect LED Board 3
-
-
-
16
Fuel Bed LED Board 1
RC07-181A
4
EL0725
RC07-169A
4
17
Fuel Bed LED Board 2
-
-
-
18
Downlight LED Board 1
EL0717
RC07-179A
2
EL0716
RC07-168A
2
19
Downlight LED Board 1
-
-
-
-
20
Magnetic Front Trim
-
-
-
-
EL0724
RC07-180B
-
Due to continual technical improvements please check online or with your Gazco retailer for the most up to date parts lists.
Only use Genuine Gazco spares when servicing your appliance.
All of our essential spare parts and consumable items are available to purchase from our webshop at www.gazcospares.com.
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Information Requirement - Electric Heaters
Skope
70W
Skope
110W
Information Requirement for Electric Local Space Heaters
Nominal Heat Output - Pnom
2.0kW
2.0kW
Minimum Heat Output -Pmin
1.0kW
1.0kW
Maximum Continuous Heat Output - Pmax, c
2.0kW
2.0kW
At Nominal Heat Output - elmax
12.5W
12.5W
At Minimum Heat Output - elmin
12.0W
12.0W
In Standby Mode - elsb
0.36W
0.36W
Auxiliary
Electricity
Consumption
Heat
Output
Model
Type of heat input, for electric storage local space heaters only
Manual heat charge control, with integrated thermostat
No
No
Manual heat charge control with room and/or outdoor temperature feedback
No
No
Electronic heat charge control with room and/or outdoor temperature feedback
No
No
Fan assisted heat output
No
No
Single stage heat output and no room temperature control
No
No
Two or more manual stages, no room temperature control
No
No
With mechanic thermostat room temperature control
No
No
With electronic room temperature control
No
No
Electronic room temperature control plus day timer
No
No
Electronic room temperature control plus week timer
Yes
Yes
Type of heat output/room temperature control
Other control options (multiple selections possible)
Room temperature control, with presence detection
No
No
Room temperature control, with open window detection
Yes
Yes
With distance control option
No
No
With adaptive start control
Yes
Yes
With working time limitation
No
No
With black bulb sensor
No
No
Contact:
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Gazco Limited, Osprey Road, Sowton Industrial Estate, Exeter, Devon, England EX2 7JG
Technical Customer Services (01392) 261950 Fax: (01392) 261951
E-mail: technicalservices@gazco.com
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