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INSTALLATION AND SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
Keep this booklet for future reference.
The dryer must be fitted by a competent person. In the U.K. Registered Installers undertake to
work to safe and satisfactory standards.
The dryer must be installed in accordance with the Gas Safety (Installation and Use)
Regulations 1998.
Guidance may be obtained from the relevant parts of B.S. 7624: B.S. 5440 parts 1 and 2, B.S.
6891: current editions, I.E.E. Wiring Regulations, and relevant Building Regulations.
Failure to install the appliance correctly could invalidate the warranty liability claims and could
lead to prosecution.
FOR USE IN THE UNITED KINGDOM AND IRELAND WITH
NATURAL GAS ONLY: I2H, GAS SUPPLY PRESSURE : 20 mbar.
THE INSTALLER MUST LEAVE THIS BOOKLET WITH THE
CUSTOMER
Contents
Page
Technical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Service instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Fault Finding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Wiring diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Exploded views . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
Parts list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
WARNING
THIS APPLIANCE SHALL BE
INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH
THE LOCAL REGULATIONS IN
FORCE AND ONLY IN A WELL
VENTILATED SPACE.READ THE
INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING
OR
INSTALLING THIS APPLIANCE.
THIS APPLIANCE CONFORMS TO THE FOLLOWING EEC DIRECTIVES.
LOW VOLTAGE DIRECTIVE LVD 2006/95/EC:EN60 335-1, EN60 335-2.11.
GAS APPLIANCE DIRECTIVE (GAS) 90/396/EEC:BS 5258:PART 17:1992.
EN 1458-1, 2000 ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY DIRECTIVE 2004/108/
EC:EN55014, EN 61000 - 3 - 2, EN 61000 - 3 - 3, EN 50366
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TECHNICAL DATA
GENERAL
Front loading resistance sensing tumble dryer with gas
heating. Reverse action drum tumble. Electronic control.
2-temperature exhaust thermostat control. Induced air flow
enters dryer through front grille, some passes through the
gas burner into the rear ducting and some into the cooling
passages, this mixed air enters the drum through the rear
perforations, passes through the clothes, lint filter, and the
fan and is discharged through the vent at the rear.
GAS CONTROL
Type: Pactrol full sequence flame control, P16A GTD(CE)
414601. Ignition electrode gap to burner 3 to 4mm Flame
failure electrode (4213 078 52641). Height from heater
base to centre of electrode 27.0±0.5mm.
INLET THERMOSTAT
(Brown wires identify)
Bi-metal contacts normally closed.
Contacts open if airflow restricted.
Contacts open 130˚C ± 3˚C
Contacts reset 100˚C ± 5˚C
CONNECTIONS
INLET TEMPERATURE LIMITER
Gas pressure: Rp 1/2 (1/2” B.S.P. parallel internal thread).
Nominally 20mbar
Electric:
230V. 50 Hz, earthed supply, 13A fuse.
(wall socket must have efficient earth
connection and correct polarity)
(White wires identify)
Bi-metal contacts normally closed.
Contacts open if INLET THERMOSTAT fails.
Contacts open 143˚C ± 4˚C
Contacts reset 95˚C ± 10˚C
DIMENSIONS
Height 85 cms. (331/2”)
Width 59.6 cms. (231/4”)
Depth 57 cms. (221/2”)
Depth when rear vent hose assembled 60cms. (235/8”)
WEIGHT
With packing
37 kg
Without packing 36 kg
SUPPORT
Machine rests on 2 rear positioned rollers and 2 non
adjustable feet.
AIR-FLOW
Approximately 120 cubic metres per hour with capacity
clothes load.
IDENTITY
Manufacture date, and serial number are displayed on a
plate revealed when machine door is open.
The first 4 numerals identify year and week of manufacture.
The last 6 numerals identify the machine. ALL
INFORMATION FROM THIS PLATE SHOULD BE
QUOTED IN ANY SERVICE COMMUNICATION.
EXHAUST THERMOSTATS
Bi-metal contacts normally closed.
Normal Fabrics:
Contacts open 60˚C ± 3˚C
60˚C (green spot Contacts reset 49˚C ± 4˚C
identification)
Delicate Fabrics: Contacts open 50˚C ± 3˚C
50˚C (red spot
Contacts reset 39˚C ± 4˚C
identification)
DRUM
Volume
Speed
Capacity
Rotation
105 litres
approx. 50/59 r.p.m.
7 kg dry cotton
clockwise 6 mins., anticlockwise 10 secs
TRANSMISSION
Poly-vee belt driven by vee-grooved motor pulley to outer
circumference of drum.
ELECTRONIC CONTROL
8 selectable programmes giving choice of dryness level
and timed programmes. When drying is complete,
intermittent tumbling (anticrease) follows until the
machine is unloaded.
HEATER SWITCH
Single pole, ON/OFF, PUSH-PUSH
START SWITCH-momentary push switch.
R.F.I. FILTER
0.1µF + 2x2400pF + 2x5mH + 2M2
COMPONENTS
DRIVE MOTOR
Permanent split capacitor (8µF) 4 pole—Approx. 1/8 HP
Overload protection approx. 130°C
ACCESSORIES
VENT HOSE ASSEMBLY
WALL/WINDOW VENT KIT
STACKING KIT
RESTRAINING KIT
0312
0312
0312
0312
001
005
003
006
01001
01001
01001
01001
BURNER
Pressed steel with slotted flame perforations.
Heat input: 3.0kW (10235 Btu/hr). Injector 1.32 mm dia.
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INSTALLATION
1 INSTALLATION
The dryer is designed for installation using a flexible gas
connection with tubing in accordance with B.S. 669.
Ensure that the supply gas sizing is adequate.
When installing, position the appliance so that the plug is
accessible.
An electric supply cord with moulded-on 13 Amp. plug is
fitted at the back of the dryer. The length is 1.5 m. (5ft.).
If there are any other appliances that are relatively high
rated (eg a central heating boiler) fed from the same gas
supply branch. It is advisable to perform the verification of
inlet pressure with both appliances in operation.
Prior to installation, check that the local distribution
conditions, nature of gas and pressure and adjustment of
the dryer are compatible.
2 AIR SUPPLY
The tumble dryer shall be installed in a room or internal
space having an openable window, or equivalent. The
customer must be advised that this must be kept open
during use.
Purpose provided ventilation of 100cm2 shall also be
provided where the room volume is less than 3.7m3/kw of
appliance rated heat input.
Additional guidance on the provision of air supply may be
obtained from BS5440 parts 1 and 2 and BS 7624:2004
If the dryer is to be installed in a room or internal space that
already contains one or more fuel burning appliances, the
ventilation requirements above, together with any
additional requirements of BS5440-2:2000, 5,5 shall be
applied.
3 POSITION
The dryer must not be installed in a bedroom, bathroom or
shower room.
Great care is required in the location of the dryer in
premises where concentrations of flammable vapours may
accumulate, e.g. commercial garages and associated
workshops.
The dryer can be placed against a wall, other appliances,
kitchen furniture and similar surfaces.
4 VENTING
The dryer must be fitted with an exhaust vent hose and the
end either hung out of a window or fitted to a wall/ window
vent connection.
When positioning the hose, care must be taken to avoid
loops into which steam could condense.
Note; Do not obstruct or add a mesh to the vent hose
outlet during use and ensure that it cannot be blocked or
bent sharply which obstruct the air flow.
It is recommended that the interior of the hose be
periodically inspected and cleaned if necessary.
PERMANENT VENTING
Accessory wall/window vent kit CL005 is available:
See illustration for necessary hole through wall. Dim A =
200mm and Dim B = 100mm for direct alignment.
Note Dim B may be increased to 200mm to facilitate easier
drilling if required.
See Gas Safety Regulations for position of vent on outside
wall.
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5 POSITION OF DRYER AND CONNECTIONS
Y = 150 to 330 mm
600mm
115-125 mm
diameter
750mm
600mm
The illustration shows the minimum space required by the
dryer and the position of the gas wall connector. It is not
acceptable to use a forward facing mounting plate because
of the space limitation. The sideways facing assembly must
be used and this should be fitted so that the flexible hose
hangs down from the bayonet connector.
A 13 Amp socket must be provided within a distance of 1.4
m (55 in.) of the cable entry into the dryer. The socket must
have an efficient earth connection.
If the dryer is to stand on a surface above the floor or on
top of a washing machine (using the Stacking Kit) then the
750 mm dimension is measured above the supporting
surface.
If the dryer is installed under a worktop there must be a
minimum gap of 15 mm between the top of the dryer and
the underside of the worktop to allow for ventilation.
If it is intended to move the dryer regularly for use then the
Restraining Kit must be fitted to prevent possible damage
to the gas connection.
We also recommend the fitting of a restraining kit to any
dryer which is stacked.
If using accessories:
Wall/Window Vent Kit
Stacking Kit
Restraining Kit
See separate fitting instructions included with each Kit.
6. OPERATIONAL CHECK
6.1 Remove the pressure test point screw from the gas
tee connection at the back of the dryer and connect
a gas pressure gauge.
6.2 Check that the selector switch is set to 'Extra dry',
and that the heat switch is set to 'high'.
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It is most important that airflow to the plinth is not
restricted.
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MAINTENANCE
This appliance does not require an annual service
unless it is required as part of a landlord's gas safety
certificate.
Remove anything from inside the drum, check that
the lint filter is fitted, shut the dryer door.
If you do have any maintenance activity carried out, it
should be carried out by a competent person (i.e.
registered).
6.3 Turn on the gas, push the electric plug into the socket
switch on the electricity supply, and push the start
button.
6.4 Check for ignition. If the gas fails to remain lit then
repeatedly (open and close the door) and press start
switch. Run the machine for periods of at least 30
seconds until the air is removed from the system and
burning is continuous.
Note that Gas is not lit when the drum is turning
anti-clockwise.
AIRFLOW
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STACKING
Instructions for stacking, if required, are supplied with
the stacking kit.
6.5 With the gas burning ensure that the pressure is as
detailed in the Technical Data. Turn off and replace
the pressure test point screw. Check for soundness.
6.6 Switch on again and re-start so that the gas is
burning.Disconnect the flexible gas hose and check
that the solenoids can be heard to close. After 30
seconds turn on the gas and check that there is no
re-ignition. Switch the machine off and on again and
check for re-ignition.
6.7 Check that the operation of the machine does not
cause spillage of products of combustion from any
open flued gas appliance in the same room, or from
appliances in adjoining rooms, e.g. a gas fire or
central heating boiler.
6.8 In the event of an electrical fault after installation of
the appliance, preliminary electrical system checks
must be carried out (i.e. earth continuity, polarity and
resistance to earth).
6.9 IMPORTANT INFORMATION RE-FUNCTIONING
OF THE FULL SEQUENCE FLAME CONTROL
BOX.
THE FULL SEQUENCE FLAME CONTROL BOX
ON THIS APPLIANCE REQUIRES A 6 SECOND
RE-SET PERIOD FOLLOWING EACH
INTERRUPTION OF INPUT VOLTAGE.
6 SECONDS DELAY IS REQUIRED BETWEEN
EACH ATTEMPT TO RESTART THE APPLIANCE
FOLLOWING SWITCHING IT OFF, OR AFTER
OPENING THE DOOR.
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SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
PROGRAMME
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR DISMANTLING
The electronic control measures dryness by the electrical
resistance method and operates relays to: a) energise
the drive motor, in foward and reverse rotation and b)
energise the full sequence flame controller.
Note: Re-assembly should be done in reverse
sequence to these instructions.
The electronic controller determines when the selected
dryness level is reached, then turns off the heat source
and continues to rotate the drum for 12 minutes
"cool down", intermittent tumbling follows this until the
machine is unloaded - "anticrease" is indicated by a
neon.
The full sequence flame controller opens the tandem
solenoid gas valves after a delay time of about 8 seconds
and operates the pulsing spark ignition. If the flame is not
detected by the flame failure electrode within 10 seconds
then the valves are closed. The system must then be reset by switching the machine off and re-starting.
The heat selector switch provides options for either 60°C,
or 50°C, exhaust thermostat control. This results in the
burner cycling on and off giving Ionger drying times. With
low heat drying times vary depending on the weight and
size of the articles, type of fabric, dampness etc. These
thermostats turn off the heating towards the end of the
chosen cycle and so avoid waste of energy. The lower
temperature thermostat prevents delicate fabrics from
getting too hot with possible risk of damage.
An inlet thermostat is fitted in the ducting at the back of
the dryer. This will operate under restricted airflow
conditions. It may operate under certain other conditions,
for example, an overloaded drum or blocked lint filter. This
thermostat switches off the flame controller. This will
result in the burner cycling on and off giving longer than
anticipated drying times. Drying times vary depending on
the weight and size of the articles, type of fabric,
dampness etc.
Should the thermostat fail there is an inlet cut-out
connected in circuit with the gas valves. After operation,
the flame controller must be re-set by switching OFF/ON
the mains supply to restore heating but a service call may
be required to correct the initial fault.
The conditions of failure of the air flow, blow-back, or of
gas interruption are detected by the flame failure
electrode and the system is shut-down.
Both drum rotation and heater control are switched off
when the door is opened and switched on when the door
is reclosed, and the Start button pressed.
For programme times see chart on dryer control panel.
Note:
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Do not allow fluff to accumulate around the dryer.
TOP ACCESS
Terminal Block (28), Control Unit (10), Timer (211),
Heat Switch (235), Neon (213), Micro-Switch
Assembly (248), Control Panel (353).
Withdraw 3 screws from the back flange of the Table Top
Assy. (386) and lift and move it rearwards for removal.
This gives access to the 2-screws securing the Control
Unit Bracket (11) to the top flange of the Cabinet.
Pull off the Timer Knob (352) by means of a loop of thin
insulating wire inserted behind it, to expose the 2-screws
securing the Timer (211) to the Control Panel (353).
To remove the Neon (213) disconnect the faston
connectors and push the neon out of the control panel.
To remove the Control Panel (353), disconnect the faston
connectors from the Timer, Neon, and Heat Switch.
Withdraw 3-screws securing the Control Panel lugs to the
Cabinet top rail. Tilt the Control Panel so that the bottom
lugs can be freed from the top flange of the Front Panel
(376).
To remove the door Micro-Switch Assy. (248), withdraw
the 3-screws securing the Control Panel lugs to the
cabinet top rail and free the Control Panel Assy from the
top flange of the Front Panel. Open the door and
withdraw 2 screws securing the Micro-switch Assy, to
the Front Panel, unclip the wires from the top flange of
the Front Panel, lift out the Assy, and disconnect the
faston connectors.
REAR ACCESS LOWER
Exhaust Thermostats (229, 250), Motor Assembly
(101), Fan Assembly (446), Capacitor (112).
Withdraw the 6 screws securing the Cover Plate (19) to
the Back Panel (24) and remove it. Pull out the Exhaust
Tube (30).
This gives access to the Exhaust Thermostats (229,
250), which are each secured to the Banjo (440) by a
screw.
Note: The 50˚C thermostat is identified by a red spot on
the body.
REAR ACCESS LOWER (continued)
To remove the Motor (101) the belt (125), must first be
removed from the Motor. Disconnect the Motor leads.
Withdraw the black headed pin (537). Exert an anticlockwise force to disconnect the bayonet fitting between
the Fan Access Cover (447) and the back of the Banjo
Assy (440). From underneath the dryer withdraw the 4screws (396) securing the Motor Bracket (432) to the
cabinet base. Lift out the Motor and Fan Assy.
Special tool (7813 002 61111) is recommended when
installing a new belt which needs to be levered and
stretched onto the motor spindle (see illustration).
HEATER ASSEMBLY REMOVAL
Heater Assy. (32), Solenoid Coil (45 or 45A), Flame
failure Electrode (33), lgnition Electrode (39).
Withdraw the 2-screws securing the Plinth (199) to the
Cabinet, unhook the bottom edge fixing, and remove it.
Separate the 4-way Housing (31 ) to release the wiring
from the Heater Assy. to the Cabinet.
Lay the dryer flat on its front, supported to take the
weight from the door and controls.
Withdraw the 6-screws securing the Cover Piate (19) to
the Back Panel (24) and remove it. Pull out the Exhaust
Tube (3o).
Withdraw the 4-screws securing the Hot Air Elbow Assy.
(20) to the Back Panel (24) and remove it.
A capacitor (112) is mounted to the motor assembly
Disconnect the wires to the capacitor before removing
the capacitor or the motor capacitor assembly.
Disconnect the External Feed Pipe (15) from the Tee
Piece (27).
The fan (446) is secured to the Motor Shaft by the Spring
Clip (448) and the finger on the Fan Boss must be lifted
before the fan can be withdrawn from the Motor Shaft.
Withdraw the 3-screws and shakeproof vvashers (13)
securing the Flame Tube Assy. (34) to the Cabinet base.
It is important that rigid support is provided to the
motor shaft when the fan is being refitted. This is to
avoid disturbance of the motor bearings from their
location.
On reassembly of the fan access cover (447) it is
important to hold the protruding finger grip at a “2 o-clock”
position to find location. Push the cover fully on to the fan
chamber prior to rotating it clockwise and engaging tightly
in al 3 locations. Re-insert the black headed pin (537).
Pull the connectors off the Flame failure Electrode (33)
and the ignition Electrode (39).
Note: On re-assembly the shakeproof washers must
be replaced to ensure a good earth connection.
Lift out the Heater Assy.
To remove either solenoid coil (45 or 45A) disconnect
the electrical connectors, unscrew the nut (44).
To remove the sensing electrode (33), withdraw the
screw (41) lockwasher (482) and nut (411 ) securing it
to the Flame Tube Assy. (34). Note on re-assembly the
lockwasher (482) must be replaced to ensure a good
earth connection.
To remove the Ignition Electrode (39), withdraw the
screw securing it to the top of the Heater Tube Assy.
(34).
TO RELAX
MOTOR CLIPS
If there is a fault in the valves, burner or other parts of
the gas line, then the Heater Assy. (32) must be
replaced.
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REAR ACCESS UPPER
Rear Seal Assy. (14), Drive Belt (125), Drum (266),
Drum Shaft and Bearing (270).
Remove the table top assembly (386) and disconnect the
Faston terminals from the 2-way Terminal Block (28).
Lay the dryer flat on its front supported to take the weight
from the door and controls.
Withdraw the 6-screws securing the Cover plate (19) and
remove it. Pull out the Exhaust Tube (30).
Withdraw the 4-screws securing the Hot Air Elbow (20)
and remove it.
Disconnect the External Feed Pipe (15) from the T-piece
(27).
Withdraw the 16-screws securing the Rear Banjo (18)
and lift it off.
Disconnect the Faston connectors from the Inlet
Thermostat (230) and the TOC (38) from the 4-way
Terminal Block (142).
Withdraw the 3-screws (412) securing the Drum Shaft
and Bearing Assy. (270) to the Back Panel (24).
Withdraw the 8-screws securing the Back Panel (24) to
the Cabinet (196). Disengage the T-piece Grommet from
the slot in the Back Panel and lift off.
The Rear Seal (14) can be prised off the inside of the
Back Panel (24) with a screw-driver, but care should be
taken not to damage the inner sheet metal flange.
Remove excess adhesive before fitting the replacement
Rear Sear (14) using the impact adhesive (Scotchgrip
1099).
securing the Micro-Switch Assy. - See TOP ACCESS.
Lay the dryer on its back.
Withdraw the 2-screws securing the plinth (199) to the
Cabinet, unhook the plinth fixings and remove it.
Withdraw the 2-screws (357) securing the Latch Guide
(370) to the Front Panel (376) and remove it.
Withdraw the 2-screws securing the Hinge Assembly
(359) to the Front Panel. Remove the Door and Hinge
Assy.
Withdraw 3-screws securing the Front panel to the Banjo
Assy. (440) - 2 in the Front Panel bottom flange and 1
countersunk screw adjacent to the door opening.
Withdraw the 4-screws securing the Front Panel to the
Cabinet. Lift off the Front Panel.
Disengage the Banjo (440) from the front of the Drum
and disengage the location lug with the Cabinet base.
Remove the Banjo Assy.
The Front Bearings Short (441) and long (445) can be
unclipped from the Banjo flange to release the Front Seal
(442). Care is needed to avoid breaking these bearings.
INLET THERMOSTAT & THERMAL OVERLOAD
CUT-OUT (TOC) REMOVAL
Lay the dryer flat on its front, supported to take the
weight from the door and controls.
Note: When re-placed the drive belt should be located
within the lines marked on the Drum circumference.
Withdraw the 6-screws securing the Cover Plate (19) to
the Back Panel (24) and remove it. Pull out the Exhaust
Tube (30). Disconnect the Faston connectors from the 4way Terminal Block (142) as necessary (see wiring
Diagram for colour code). Cut off the 2-Cable Ties (387).
Note: on reassembly these must be replaced by new
components to secure thermostat wiring away from
contact with the Drum.
After removing the Drive Belt the Drum Assy. (266) can
be lifted out.
Withdraw the 16-screws securing the Rear Banjo (18)
and lift it off.
For dismantling the Drum Rear Bearing (270) access to
the Earth Finger (421) securing screw (420) is through a
hole in the back of the Drum. After removal of the Earth
Finger the screw (422) securing the Drum Shaft Assy.
(426) is through a hole in the centre of the back of the
Drum.
Withdraw the screws securing the Thermostat (230)
and/or TOC (38) and pull the connecting wires through
the Grommet (25).
To remove the Drive Belt (125) it should be disconnected
from the Motor Pulley and lifted off the Drum.
Note: It is important that the recess in the head of the
shaft centre screw (422) is filled with electrically
conductive grease, e.g. Electrolube 2G.
When dismantling the Drum Rear Bearing care should be
taken not to allow parts to fall into the space between the
back of the drum and the drum rear seal plate.
FRONT ACCESS
Front Panel (376), Banjo Assembly (440), Front Seal
(442), Front Bearings (441 and 445).
If the Banjo (440) is to be removed then the exhaust
thermostats should first be disconnected or removed as
described in REAR ACCESS LOWER.
Remove the Top Cover (386), the 3-screws securing the
Control Panel lugs to the Cabinet top rail, and the screws
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Note: Operation of the TOC should only occur if the
thermostat has failed. If the TOC should also fail this
results in high temperatures in the dryer.
FAULT FINDING
In the event of an electrical fault carry out the preliminary electrical system checks i.e. earth
continuity, polarity, and insulation resistance.
Use each chart to locate the fault causing the dryer to operate incorrectly as follows:
Chart No.
1 Motor does not run.
2 Motor runs but full sequence control does not produce ignition spark.
3 Motor runs, Full Sequence Control produces ignition sparks, but gas does not ignite.
4 Motor runs, gas ignites but burns for only a short period.
CAUTION
High tension lead is deliberately routed away from other wires to avoid electrical interference.
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Chart 1.
Motor does
not run
START
Yes
Exchange R.F.I. filter, does motor
start?
Yes
Correct as necessary
does motor start?
Yes
Check fuse and mains cable for
continuity, does motor start?
Is electrical continuity across both live and neutral
paths of R.F.I. filter?
No
No
Yes
Check door closed, timer ON
electrical supply ON
Yes
No
No
Is voltage between L and N on Input terminal
230V?
No
No
Is voltage between input to door switch and
Neutral 230V ?
Yes
With door closed is output from door switch
230V ?
Yes
No
Check br/w wiring from input terminal
to door switch. Check connections
clean and tight, does motor start?
No
Yes
Yes
Exchange door switch
does motor start?
No
No
Yes
Is voltage at input to electronic sensing controller
(br/white) 230V with door closed?
Yes
No
Check br/w wiring for continuity
Connections tight, does motor start?
No
Yes
Yes
Change sensing controller
does motor start?
With door closed, and machine started is voltage between
terminal 3 on controller (orange wire) and 17 or 19 230V?
No
No
Yes
Substitute capacitor. Does motor run?
No
Refit capacitor, change motor.
Yes
Refer to chart 2
No
With motor running does gas attempt to light?
Refer to chart 3
No
Does gas light?
Yes
Yes
Refer to chart 4
No
Does gas stay on?
Yes
Machine operating. Instruct
users as necessary
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Chart 2.
Motor runs but full
sequence control does not
produce ignition spark
START
With machine ON (30 min) is voltage between
output HE on controller and TB-N 230v?
Yes
Exchange sensing controller, Does
gas control spark?
Yes
Does control spark with low heat
selected?
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Change 50˚C exhaust thermostat
Does control spark?
Yes
Check continuity of red wire between
sensing control HE and heat selector
switch. Are connections clean and
tight.
Does control spark?
Yes
Yes
Exchange heat selector switch.
Does control spark?
Exchange both exhaust thermostats
(50˚C and 60˚C) and inlet thermostat
130˚C (brown wires)
Does control spark?
Yes
Does control spark with high
heat selected?
No
No
Disconnect both red wires at heat switch.
Reconnect only red wire with boot.
Caution the other red wire is live. Is voltage
between heat selector switch and TB-N 230V?
No
No
Yes
With red wire still disconnected is voltage between
output of heat selector switch and TB-N 230V at
high heat setting and zero volts at low setting.
Yes
No
No
Is voltage between brown wire in control box
multiway connector and TB-N 230V?
No
No
Check HT lead is connected to control and
electrode and clear of other wires. Does control
spark?
No
Check condition of ignition electrode and spark
gap is correct by removing heater assembly.
Does control spark?
No
Does gas light?
Yes
No
Yes
Exchange full sequence control unit.
Does control spark?
Yes
Yes
Refer to chart 3
Yes
Refer to chart 4
No
Does gas stay on?
Yes
Machine operating. Instruct
users as necessary
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Chart 3.
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Motor runs Full Sequence Control produces ignition sparks, but gas does not ignite
Chart 4.
Motor runs, gas ignites but stays on for only short period
Before proceeding, ensure polarity of 13 Amp supply socket and earthing is correct.
Start
Yes
Check gas pressure with all
other appliances in operation
does gas stay ON?
Is weight of load suitable?
Is filter clean? Is vent
hose or terminal
unobstructed? Is vent
terminal unaffected by
wind conditions that may
cause back pressure?
No
Yes
No
No
Yes
Rectify as necessary
does gas stay ON?
Is flame failure electrode
correctly positioned, and
undamaged? Is wire to
terminal 9 undamaged and
connections tight? Is rear
drum seal complete? Is rear
elbow and plinth attached
correctly?
Yes
No
Exchange Full Sequence
Control and/or
Thermostats as
necessary until gas
stays ON
Yes
Machine operating.
Instruct user as necessary.
13
14
WHITE KNIGHT ECO 83A_
CROSSLEE P.L.C.
EXPLODED VIEW 1
367
15
WHITE KNIGHT ECO 83A_
CROSSLEE PLC
Exploded View 2
REAR ASSEMBLY VIEWED FROM FRONT
38
144
408
409
410
411
141
28
398
15
16
17
389
375
375
393
143
13
18
375
20
14
23
21
22
412
375
19
24
25
26
27
25
403
396
16
WHITE KNIGHT ECO 83A_
CROSSLEE P.L.C.
EXPLODED VIEW 3
INTERNALS VIEWED FROM REAR
17
WHITE KNIGHT ECO 83A_
CROSSLEE P.L.C.
EXPLODED VIEW 4
INTERNALS VIEWED FROM REAR
18
WHITE KNIGHT ECO 83A_
CROSSLEE P.L.C.
EXPLODED VIEW 5
HEATER ASSEMBLY
19
BG83A_ (Eco 83A)
PARTS LIST
Item
10
11
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
38
39
41
45
101
101a
112
125
141
142
143
144
196
199
201
203
203a
211
213
217
218
219
229
232
235
248
249
250
266
270
352
Description
Control Unit
Control Unit Bracket Assembly
Screw M4 x 10
Rear Seal Assembly
External Feed Pipe (Bundy Tube Assy 3)
Gas Inlet Connector
Restrainer Plate
Rear Banjo
Cover Plate (access)
Hot Air Elbow Assembly
Air Channel/lnsulating Plate Assembly
Air Guide
Cable Clip
Back Panel Assembly
Grommet
Captive Nut No 8 ’U’ Type
Tee Piece/Test Nipple/Plug Assembly
Terminal Block - 2 Way
Exhaust Elbow Assembly
Exhaust Tube
4 Way Housing Assembly
Gas Burner Assembly
Flame Failure Electrode
Inlet Thermostat & Inlet Temperature Limiter
Ignition Electrode
M4 x 10 Pan Screw
Solenoid Coil (SCEM)
Motor and Capacitor Assembly
Motor (Ceset/Olmo)
Capacitor 8µf
Drive Belt
Mains Cable
Terminal Block
Interference Filter
Earth Tab
Cabinet Assembly
Plinth Assembly
Door Seal
Complete Door Assembly
Door Frame Assembly
Electronic Sensing Control
Neon Assembly
Brush Holder Support
Brush Assembly
Brush Holder
Exhaust Thermostat 60 Deg C
Programmed PCB
Electronic Start Assembly
Mechanical Switch -Ellipse 2 button SDO
Gas Control Relay
Exhaust Thermostat 50 Deg C
Drum Assembly
Drum Shaft/Bearing Kit
Timer Knob Assembly
Part Number
Expl. View
4213 092 25451
1
4213 070 08623
1
8213 130 37161
2&5
4213 092 08511
2
4213 089 0788_
2
4213 078 49504
2
4213 070 08741
2
4213 080 08361
2
4213 070 08603
2
4213 089 0791_
2
4213 089 07901
2
4213 070 08551
2
4213 078 26231
2
4213 089 07892
2
4213 077 08092
2
8213 130 37711
2
4213 092 08461
2
4213 078 44621
2
4213 092 08521
3
4213 077 48013
3
4213 092 08431
3&5
4213 092 08441
3&5
4213 092 19801
5
4213 092 33911
2
4213 092 08491
5
2522 180 40002
5
4213 092 08501
5
4213 092 25611
4
see 101
4
4213 092 08091
4
4213 092 18601
4
4213 076 35123
2
4213 078 44613
4
4213 078 52551
2
4213 092 41181
2
4213 092 45591
1
4213 092 45691
1
4213 077 08344
1
4213 092 45611
1
4213 092 45621
1
4213 078 54732
1
4213 078 50401
1
4213 089 26731
1
4213 078 45023
1
4213 077 39503
1
4213 078 53001
3
4213 078 57312
1
4213 092 46881
1
4213 089 91651
4
4213 092 51871
1
4213 078 49453
3
4213 092 44071
4
4213 092 05591
4
4213 092 45741
1
BG83A_ (Eco 83A)
PARTS LIST
353
354
356
359
362
363
364
365
366
367
369
370
372
374
375
376
377
386
387
389
393
394
396
398
403
406
407
408
409
409
410
411
412
427
432
438
439
440
441
442
444
445
446
447
447/1
448
451
454
455
456
458
459
463
464
465
466
Control Panel Assembly
Locator Peg
6G*3/8 DP/PWABE/NIBS/TSZPC
Hinge Assembly
Window
Door Frame
Latch Pivot
Latch Spring
Door Latch
Switch Strike
Loom Clip
Latch Guide
Timer Bracket
Pan Screw St M3 x 5
6 x 3/8 Earth Screw MZP
Front Panel Assembly
Ellipse Left & Right Hand Button Assembly
Table Top Assembly - Ellipse
Cable Tie
Screw 6AB x 6.5
Flex Support Clip
Foot
Flb Ear Scr St Zn 8 x 3/8
Screw M4 x 25
Roller Assembly
M5 Toothed Lockwasher
Hex Nut DC St Zn M5
Cable Clamp 2
Washer M5 Form A
M5 Form A Washer
Screw No6 X1/4
M4 Hex Nut
Screw No 10-24 UNC x 3/8”
Motor Retaining Clips
Motor Mounting Bracket
Slip Ring Assembly
Sensing Strip Assembly
Banjo Assembly
Front Bearing (short)
Front Seal
Lifter
Front Bearing (long)
Fan
Access Cover (fan)
Access Cover Assembly
Fan Spring Clip
Fln Tap Scr St Zn 8 x 1/2
Filter
Screw 6 x 12
Banjo Seal
Banjo Insert No 2
Banjo Insert No 1
Location Grommet
Slip Ring Insulator
Slip Ring
Ring Spring
4213 092 51881
4213 077 61281
8213 130 38051
4213 092 26071
4213 077 4409_
4213 077 92271
4213 075 13013
4213 075 70833
4213 077 53413
4213 077 83571
4213 075 70941
4213 077 40992
4213 070 10932
2522 180 40001
8213 130 38051
4213 092 45681
4213 092 45781
4213 092 46211
4213 077 41772
2522 165 20003
4213 077 40982
4213 077 39833
8213 130 38051
2522 180 40003
4213 092 35651
2513 611 01008
2522 401 55012
4213 077 47303
2522 604 60002
2522 600 65029
2522 165 20004
2522 402 50001
8213 130 31051
4213 078 4536_
4213 080 0675A
4213 092 05731
4213 092 05691
4213 089 11992
4213 077 40952
4213 077 4094_
4213 077 41248
4213 077 40962
4213 077 4089_
n/a
4213 092 18081
4213 075 71162
2513 153 01003
4213 092 17821
2522 166 30001
4213 077 07992
4213 077 53502
4213 077 53492
4213 077 07711
4213 077 41253
4213 075 13141
4213 075 70931
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1, 2 & 5
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1, 2 & 3
2&4
2
3
1&2
2
3
3
2
2, 3 & 5
2
4
4
4
4
3
3
3
4
3
4
4
3
3
1
3
3
3
3
3
4
4
4
4
BG83A_ (Eco 83A)
PARTS LIST
467
468
477
482
537
552
555
556
Sensing Strip
Sensing Strip Clip
Ring Spring Plug
M4 Toothed Lockwasher
W’ Button (access cover)
Knob Extension
Rear Panels Seal Kit
HT Lead
Bearing Pads & Brush Seal Kit
4213 075 13152
4213 077 41176
4213 074 81353
2522 616 15007
4213 078 26311
4213 077 59953
4213 092 28001
4213 176 00771
4213 092 21171
4
4
4
5
3
1
2
1
4213 092 54631
4213 092 54641
1
1
PARTS FOR ECO GREEN COLOUR VARIANT
196
376
Cabinet Assy - ECO GREEN
Front Panel Assembly - ECO GREEN
23
Manufactured By: Crosslee plc, Halifax Road, Hipperholme, Halifax, HX3 8DE
4213 094 79382
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