Verine Eden HE Gas Fire Instructions
Eden HE MK2
HIGH EFFICIENCY INSET ROOM HEATER
Installation, Maintenance & User Instructions
Hand these instructions to the user
Model No’s BHVG**RN2 is for use on Natural Gas (G20) at a supply pressure
of 20 mbar in G.B. / I.E.
Model No’s BHVG**RP2 is for use on Propane Gas (G31) at a supply
pressure of 37 mbar in G.B. / I.E.
** Denotes trim & colour variant
CONTENTS
Section 1
Information and Requirements
PAGE
1.0
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
Appliance information
Conditions of installation
Flue & Chimney Suitability
Shelf position
Hearths
Efficiency Declaration
3
4
4
5
5
5
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
2.9
Unpacking the combustion chamber
Preparing the combustion chamber opening (In studded wall)
Preparing the combustion chamber opening (In chimney breast)
Securing the fire to the opening
Installation of the gas supply
Making the electrical connection
Removal & re-fitting of the glass panel
Removing the burner assembly
Finishing the product aperture / fitting the plaster frame
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7
8-9
10
11
12
13-14
15-17
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3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
Fitting the fuel bed logset
Fitting the fuel bed pebbles set
Lighting / operation of the appliance
Checking for clearance of combustion products
Removal / Re-fitting of the efficiency baffle
19-23
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25-30
31
32
Removal of the burner assembly
Removal of the gas control valve
Removal of the ultrasonic receiver
Removal of the pilot assembly
Removal / Replacement of the convection fan / thermal switch
Removal / Replacement of the handset battery
Checking for flue debris
Parts shortlist
Wiring diagram
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33
34
34
34
34
35
35
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Installation Information
About your Eden HE MK2 gas fire
Lighting & operating the appliance
Cleaning instructions
Removal & replacing the glass frame assembly
Removal & re-fitting the fuel-bed logset
Removal & re-fitting the pebble fuel-bed pebble set
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38
39-43
44
45-46
47-51
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Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.9
Section 5
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
Installation of Fire
Assembling Fuel Bed and Commissioning
Maintenance
User Instructions
Model numbers BHVG**RN2 & BHVG**RP2 are manufactured by:-
BFM Europe Ltd. Trentham Lakes, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, ST4 4TJ
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1.0
SECTION 1
INFORMATION AND REQUIREMENTS
APPLIANCE INFORMATION
Main injector : (1 off)
Stereomatic Cat 82 – size 2.05 (NG)
Stereomatic Cat 82 – size 1.31 (LPG)
Pilot Type :
NG - Seagas P5-29D
LPG - Seagas P5-30LP
Max. Gross Heat Input :
Min. Gross Heat Input :
6.9 kW
2.0 kW
Cold Inlet Pressure :
G20
G31
Ignition :
20.0+/-1.0 mbar (8.0 +/- 0.4 in w.g.)
37.0+/-1.0 mbar (14.8 +/- 0.4 in w.g.)
Integral to gas valve
Electrode Spark Gap :
Packed Weight Combustion Chamber
Supply Voltage :
Supply Frequency :
Supply Fuse :
Electrical Supply Required
IP Rating
4.0mm
58.0kg
230V a.c.
50Hz
3 Amp to BS 1362
230v AC, 50Hz
IPX0
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Top View of Combustion
Chamber
Side View of Combustion
Chamber
111mm
795mm
595mm
325 mm
870mm
540mm
175mm
325mm
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INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
1.1
CONDITIONS OF INSTALLATION
It is the law that all gas appliances are installed only by a GAS SAFE Registered
Installer, in accordance with these installation instructions and the Gas Safety
(Installation and Use) Regulations 1998 as amended. Failure to install appliances
correctly could lead to prosecution. It is in your own interest and that of safety to
comply with the law. The installation must also be in accordance with all relevant
parts of the Local and National Building Regulations where appropriate, the
Building Regulations (Scotland Consolidation) issued by the Scottish Development
Department, and all applicable requirements of the following British Standard Code
of Practice.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
BS 5871 Part 2 Installation of Inset Live Fuel Effect Gas Fires
BS 6891 Installation of Gas Pipework
BS 5440 Parts 1 & 2 Installation of Flues and Ventilation
BS 1251 Open fire place components
BS 715 / BS EN 1856-2 Metal flue pipes for gas appliances
BS EN 1858 Clay Flue Blocks and Terminals
IS 813 : Domestic Gas Installation (Republic of Ireland)
No purpose made additional ventilation is normally required for this
appliance, when installed in G.B. When Installing in I.E. please consult
document I.S. 813 : Domestic Gas Installation, which is issued by the
National Standards Authority of Ireland. If installing in Northern Ireland,
please consult local building regulations. Any purpose made ventilation
must be checked periodically to ensure that it is free from obstruction.
1.2
FLUE AND CHIMNEY SUITABILITY
This appliance is designed for use with conventional brick built or lined chimneys
and fabricated flues and metal flue boxes conforming to BS 715 / BS EN 1856-2.
All flues must conform to the following minimum dimensions.
Minimum diameter of circular flues
Minimum effective height of all flue types
125 mm
4 metres
Safe clearance of products must always be checked by carrying out a smoke
match test as described in section 3.4
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1.3
SHELF POSITION
1.4
HEARTHS
1.5
APPLIANCE EFFICIENCY DECLARATION
The fire may be fitted below a combustible shelf providing there is a minimum
distance of 300mm above the top of the fire and the shelf does not project more
than 150mm. If the shelf overhangs more than 150mm the distance between the
fire and the shelf must be increased by 15mm for every 25mm of additional
overhang over 150mm.
This appliance does not require the fitting of a hearth that projects in front of it
when installed into a recess in either an existing chimney breast or a studded wall,
providing the appliance is installed a minimum of 225mm above the floor level.
The appliance must however stand on a non-combustible base that is a minimum
thickness of 12mm
The efficiency of this appliance has been measured as specified in
BS EN 7977-1 : 2009 and the result is 75%.
The gross calorific value of the fuel has been used for this efficiency calculation.
The test data from which it has been calculated has been certified by GL Industrial
Services.
The efficiency value may be used in the UK Government’s Standard Assessment
Procedure (SAP) for energy rating of dwellings.
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2.1
SECTION 2
INSTALLATION OF FIRE
UNPACKING THE COMBUSTION CHAMBER
Carefully lift the combustion chamber out of the carton. Remove the loose item
packaging carefully from the pack. Check the contents as listed :-
DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES USE THIS APPLIANCE IF THE
GLASS PANEL IS BROKEN OR NOT SECURELY FIXED TO THE FIREBOX.
Packing Check List
1
1
1
1
1
1
off
off
off
off
off
off
Combustion Chamber & Glass Assembly
Boxed ceramic fuel-bed set (packed inside combustion chamber)
Installation instruction / user manual
Plastering frame
Thermostatic remote handset
Loose items pack – containing :4 off No. 12 x 40mm screws
4 off rawlplugs
1 off 9V battery
1 off glass clamp
1 off handset bracket & screws
1 off efficiency baffle & 2 off screws
2 off 25mm grommets
PLEASE NOTE : Due to the high level of heat produced by this product we
recommend that Plasma / LCD televisions are not placed in close proximity
to this product.
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2.2
PREPARATION OF THE COMBUSTION CHAMBER OPENING
(INTO STUDDED WALL) USING A 125MM OR 175MM FLUE LINER.
All combustible parts of the studwork must be set at the distances as shown below
in figure 3 & 4. For installation into such applications a flue box with 125mm flue
pipe adaptor is available to purchase as a cost option extra, please order part
number 1130-127730, from your local BFM fires stockist.
Fig. 3
Minimum 50mm at rear
Fig. 4
Minimum 125mm flue liner required
Minimum 50mm at sides
Studwork
Combustion Chamber
125mm diameter minimum flue liner required,
clearances to combustible surfaces to be
maintained as detailed in figure 3
Dim “A”
Dim “B”
Dim “C”
PLEASE NOTE : For the front face of the studwork a non
combustible board such as “Versa Tecbor” should be
used in a double 12mm thickness. “Versa Tecbor” board
is available from Euroform Products Ltd, Tel : (01925)
860999, www.euroform.co.uk
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MINIMUM HEIGHT FROM
FLOOR LEVEL TO
BOTTOM OF OPENING IS
225MM
Dimension “A”
Opening Width = 835mm
Dimension “B”
Opening Height = 560mm to
570mm
Dimension “C”
Minimum Depth 340mm
2.3
PREPARATION OF THE COMBUSTION CHAMBER OPENING
(INTO EXISTING CHIMNEY BREAST)
An opening should be constructed to the following dimensions in the existing
chimney breast. See figure 5 below.
Fig. 5
Width = 835mm
Height = 560mm
to 570mm
Lintle must
project 150mm
either side of the
opening if
cutting into an
existing chimney
breast
Depth = 375mm including
debris collection volume
PLEASE NOTE : The opening size as detailed above will require
reducing in size to the product aperture and finishing in a high
temperature plaster finish as detailed in section 2.9
CHECK ANY LOAD BEARING STRUCTURAL ITEMS ARE NOT
AFFECTED BY THE INSTALLATION OF THE PRODUCT. SEE FIGURE
6 OVERPAGE.
If the flue requires lining, an optional extra flue connection plate
assembly can be ordered to assist with the flue connection. This
assembly can be obtained from your local BFM Fires stockist, please
quote part number 1130-127120. Included with this assembly are
fitting instructions.
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Fig. 6
The Interactive Zone Openings, beams or joists within
this area need to be assessed.
400mm interactive area
Load triangle - No beam or
opening permissible within this
area
600mm load triangle
Lintel
e.g. 750mm x 75mm
Proposed Opening in
Chimney Breast
The opening needs to be sufficient to accomodate the combustion chamber. To
support the wall above the opening, a suitable lintel must be inserted across the
top of the opening. The lintel could be either pre-cast concrete or steel - Catnic
CN52 or CN 46 could be used, depending upon the inner wall thickness. Before
proceeding with the installation of the fire, an assessment of the area immediately
above the fire is required, see figure 6 above. If there is no existing openings
within either triangle, proceed with forming the opening. However, if opening or
beams occur within either triangle, then you should seek specialist advice from a
structural engineer or consider relocating the proposed position of the firebox.
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2.4
2.4.1
Fig. 7
SECURING THE COMBUSTION CHAMBER TO THE OPENING
The combustion chamber must be secured to the opening via the four
off screw and rawlplugs provided. Figure 7 below shows the hole
centres in the mounting flanges of the combustion chamber.
346mm CRS
4 holes in combustion
chamber mounting flange
for securing to the opening
858mm CRS
2.4.2
Fig. 8
150mm
90mm
DO NOT SECURE THE COMBUSTION CHAMBER INTO THE
OPENING AT THIS POINT AS ACCESS WILL STILL BE REQUIRED
TO RUN THE GAS SUPPLY PIPEWORK AS DETAILED IN SECTION
2.5
858mm CRS
346 CRS
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2.5
INSTALLATION OF THE GAS SUPPLY (INTO STUDDED WALL OR
EXISTING CHIMNEY BREAST)
Before installing the combustion chamber, decide from which side or if a rear
connection to the gas supply is required. Plan the pipe run to enter from the rear
or below the firebox from the left, right or rear and connect to the inlet elbow. See
figure 9, 10 & 11 below. The gas connection is located at the front right hand side
of the fire. Note : Before breaking into the gas supply a gas tightness test
should be carried out to establish that the existing pipework is sound.
Fig. 9
Outer
Cavity Wall or
rear face of
studwork
Gas Supply entering from L/H/S
Ensure if bringing gas
supply through side or rear
of a chimney breast that the
pipe is sleeved and sealed
with a suitable flexible, non
setting compound
Combustion Chamber
Gas Supply entering from Rear of Combustion Chamber
Fig. 10
Fig. 11
Combustion Chamber
Combustion Chamber
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Gas Supply entering from R/H/S
2.6
MAKING THE ELECTRICAL CONNECTION.
2.6.1
The product is supplied with a mains cable and 3 pin plug fitted. The
mains cable will exit the combustion chamber from the rear left hand
side (viewed from the front), through the grommet. If the supply cord is
damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, it’s service agent or
similarly qualified persons in order to avoid a hazard.
WARNING : THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED AND SHOULD BE
PREFERABLY CONNECTED VIA A 3 AMP SWITCHED
FIXED FUSED SPUR WITH A MINIMUM CONTACT
SEPARATION OF 3MM.
IT MAY HOWEVER BE CONNECTED TO A 3 PIN PLUG TO
BS 5733, THAT IS FITTED WITH A 3 AMP FUSE TO BS
1362.
2.6.2
Plug the mains cable supplied into a suitable socket in close proximity
to the appliance or remove the plug and wire into a 3 amp switched
fixed fused spur.
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2.7
2.7.1
Fig. 12
2.7.2
Fig. 13
REMOVING / RE-FITTING THE GLASS PANEL
To remove the glass frame, the glass clamp as supplied in the loose
items pack will be required. Secure the clamp to the glass panel as
shown below in figure 12.
Remove the front grill by removing the 2 off retaining
screws from the upturned tabs, 1 off at each end of the trim
Remove the side trims by simply lifting clear (they are retained by
magnets). See figure 13 below.
Remove the side
panels to allow
access to the grill
retaining screws.
NOTE :
Always ensure that a consistent seal between the combustion
chamber and the glass frame is achieved when replacing the glass
panel.
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2.7.3
Fig. 14
Remove the 5 off securing screws and glass panel retaining bracket
that are located on the top underside face of the combustion chamber.
behind the canopy. See figure 14 below.
Glass Panel
Retaining
Bracket, secured
by 5 off screws
Combustion
Chamber
Glass panel
2.7.4
Fig. 15
Lift the glass panel vertically to release from the bottom retaining
channel and then tilt forwards as shown below in figure 15 / 16 to
release.
Fig. 16
Glass panel
Glass panel
Glass Clamp
Bottom Glass
Retaining
Channel
Glass Clamp
Tilt Forwards
Bottom Edge
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2.8
REMOVING THE BURNER ASSEMBLY
2.8.1
Lift the burner tray cover vertically clear as shown below in figure 17
and store in a safe place.
2.8.2
This will allow access to the 8 off burner retaining screws, 4 off at the
rear of the burner and 2 off at each side as shown below in figure 18.
With the 8 off burner screws removed, lift the burner unit until the
controls are clear then remove in a forward direction.
Fig. 17
Fig. 18
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2.8.5
Fig. 19
The burner can then be removed from the combustion chamber as
shown below in figure 19.
Burner unit
2.8.6
2.8.7
Fig. 20
Make the gas connection to the inlet elbow as prepared in section 2.5
Before making the final gas connection, thoroughly purge the gas
supply pipework to remove all foreign matter, otherwise serious
damage may be caused to the gas control valve on the fire.
Failure to purge the gas supply will invalidate the guarantee.
Replace the burner unit in reverse order as shown below in figure 20.
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2.8.8
2.8.9
2.8.10
2.8.11
2.8.12
Fig. 21
Remove the pressure test point screw from the inlet elbow and fit a
manometer.
Turn on the main gas supply and carry out a gas tightness test.
Turn on the electrical supply to the appliance via the fixed fused spur or
plug.
Finish the surface covering below the opening as shown in section 2.8
Replace the burner tray cover as shown below in figure 21, the
ceramics as shown in section 3.1 / 3.2 as applicable, , glass frame
assembly. Replace the side trims which are retained by magnets and
the front grill, then proceed to section 3.3 (lighting the appliance).
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2.9
2.9.1
Fig. 22
Plaster
Frame
meshing
300mm
FINISHING OF THE PRODUCT APERTURE / FITTING THE
PLASTERING FRAME
The area below around the appliance will require a high temperature
plaster finish around the appliance due to the high heat output level of
the product, see figure 22. A plastering frame is supplied with the
product to assist in obtaining this finished surface. To prevent plaster
cracking and discolouration, finish the 600mm area above and the
300mm area at the side and below with a high temperature plaster
finish as follows :600mm
Completed opening with product
installed - 310mm (H) x 790mm (W)
Secure
plaster
frame via
product
fixing holes
300mm
300mm
2.9.2
2.9.3
The high temperature plaster should be applied over a heat proof
screed to the manufacturers instructions (see below for manufacturers
contact details) and left to dry for a minimum of 3 days.
Supplier’s contact details for heat proof screed & plaster are as
follows :Vitcas Ltd.
8 Bonville Road
Brislington
Bristol
BS4 5NZ
Tel : 0117 911 7895
www.vitcas.com
[email protected]
or
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The Greener Company
The Old Canteen
Rosemount Works
Huddersfield Road
Elland
HX5 0EE
Tel : 01925 750290
www.thegreenercompany.com
SECTION 3
INSTALLATION OF FIRE
3.1
FITTING THE FUEL-BED LOGSET
3.1.1
The vermiculite material should then be first layed around the burner
tray as shown below in figure 23, resulting in an even layer.
IF FITTING THE PRODUCT WITH THE PEBBLE FUELBED, PLEASE PROCEED
TO SECTION 3.2
Fig. 23
3.1.2
Fig. 24
Place Log “1” at the left hand side of the burner tray fitting the holes
in the bottom face of the log onto the 2 off location pegs as shown
below in figure 24.
Log No. 1
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3.1.3
Fig. 25
3.1.4
Fig. 26
Place Log “2” at the right hand side centre of the burner tray fitting
the hole in the bottom face of the log onto the single location peg as
shown below in figure 25.
Log No. 2
Place Log “3” at the right hand side of the burner tray fitting the hole in
the bottom face of the log onto the single location peg as shown below
in figure 26.
Log No. 3
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3.1.5
Fig. 27
Place Log “4” at the centre of the burner tray fitting the holes
in the bottom face of the log onto the 2 off location pegs as shown
below in figure 27.
Log No. 4
3.1.6
Fig. 28
Place Log “5” at the right hand side of the burner tray locating in the
groove of Log “3” as shown below in figure 28.
Log No. 5
Groove in Log “3” for
locating Log “5”
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3.1.7
Fig. 29
Place Log “6” at the left hand side of the burner tray locating in the
groove of Log “1” as shown below in figure 29.
Log No. 6
Groove in Log “1” for
locating Log “6”
3.1.8
Fig. 30
Place Log “7” to the left hand centre side of the burner tray locating on
the branch of Log “1” as shown below in figure 30.
Log No. 7
Log “7” to rest on Log
“1” branch as shown
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3.1.9
Fig. 31
If required, fit the glow fibre material over the flame ports. To do this,
seperate into short strands and place randomly over the flame porting
area as shown below in figure 31. This material is only supplied to
improve flame aesthetics and is optional to install.
Place all over porting area of burner
3.1.10
Refit the glass panel as described in section 2.7, then light the
appliance as described as in section 3.3
IMPORTANT NOTE : PLEASE ENSURE THAT WHEN COMMISIONING THE
FIRE THE FLAME PATTERN IS EVEN ACROSS THE WIDTH OF THE BURNER.
IF AN UNEVEN FLAME PATTERN IS FOUND THEN RELAY THE QUANTITY
VERMICULITE TO ACHEIVE AN EVEN FLAME PATTERN.
Warning : Use only the logs supplied with the fire. When replacing the
logs remove the old logs and discard them. Fit a complete set of logs of the
correct type. Do not fit additional logs or any logs other than a genuine
replacement set.
This appliance does not contain any component manufactured from
asbestos or asbestos related products.
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3.2
3.2.1
Fig. 32
3.2.2
Fig. 33
3.2.3
3.2.4
FITTING THE FUEL-BED PEBBLES
Remove the log retaining brackets (which are held in place by self
tapping screws) from the fuel-bed support plate and retain them in a
safe place. Fold the log retaining bracket mounted to the burner to the
flat position. Fit the pebbles to the burner tray as shown below in figure
32, do not fill the flame ports in the burner with pebbles.
Fit the vermiculite material into the burner ports as shown below in
figure 33. This material must be fitted in an even layer to ensure
correct operation of the fire.
Vermiculite to be placed over burner ports across length of
burner as shown below
If required, fit the embaglow material over the flame ports. To do this,
seperate into short strands and place randomly over the flame porting
area as shown on previous page in figure 31. This material is only
supplied to improve flame aesthetics and is optional to install.
Refit the glass panel as described in section 2.7, then light the
appliance as described as in section 3.2
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3.3
LIGHTING & OPERATION OF THE FIRE
IMPORTANT : IF THE BURNER IS EXTINGUISHED FOR ANY REASON YOU MUST ENSURE THAT
YOU WAIT A FULL FIVE MINUTES BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO RE-LIGHT THE FIRE.
The BFM Fires Eden HE MK2 is controlled by the remote handset supplied with
the fire. Ensure the 9V battery as supplied in the loose items pack has been
fitted to the handset before attempting to light it. There are 4 modes of operation
of the product, “MANUAL mode”, “TEMPERATURE mode”, “TIMER mode” and
“CIRCULATING FAN” mode.
3.3.1
3.3.1.1
Fig. 34
Operation of the Fire in “MANUAL” mode
Locate the ON/OFF switch on the appliance, it is situated as shown
below in figure 34. Ensure that the on / off switch is in the “ON” (1)
position.
Position of On/Off Switch
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3.3.1.2
Fig. 35
The remote handset is now used to control all functions of the fire. To
light the fire, press the “UP” arrow and and “OFF” button simultateously
as shown on figure 35 below. You will hear a click and the fire begins a
30 second ignition process. The pilot and main burner will light. The
appliance is now in “MANUAL mode” which will be shown via the “MAN”
graphic on the display of the handset as shown below in figure 35.
Manual Graphic
on Handset Display
3.3.1.3
Fig. 36
With the product in “MANUAL” mode the fire can now be switched
between HIGH rate heat input and LOW rate heat input by pressing the
“DOWN” arrow on the handset. To reduce the flame height of the main
burner incrementally, press the arrow momentarily. To reduce the heat
input directly down to the minimum level, press the “SMALL” flame
arrow on the handset twice, “LO” will be displayed. NOTE : The flame
will go to HIGH rate heat input before going to designated LOW rate
heat input. To return back to HIGH rate heat input press the
“LARGE” flame button twice. To put the fire in In “STANDBY MODE”
(only the pilot remains lit) press and hold the “SMALL” flame arrow on
the handset. See figure 36 below.
“LARGE” Flame /
“UP” Arrow Button
“SET” Button
“SMALL” Flame /
“DOWN” Arrow Button
“OFF” Button
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3.3.1.4
3.3.2
3.3.2.1
To turn the fire off, press the “OFF” button, this will extinguish all flames
including the pilot.
Operation of the Fire in “TEMPERATURE” mode
In order to change the mode of operation from “MANUAL” to
“TEMPERATURE”, press the “SET” button, the fire will then change to
either “DAY TEMP” (figure 37) mode or “NIGHT TEMP” mode (figure
38). To alternate between the 2, press the “SET” button. The display
on the handset will show the current temperature in the room.
Fig. 37
Fig. 38
“DAY TEMP”
Mode
“NIGHT TEMP”
Mode
NOTE :
3.3.2.2
3.3.2.3
3.3.2.4
The “SET” button allows you to alternate between all modes of
operation :- “ MANUAL”, “DAY TEMP”, “NIGHT TEMP”, “TIMER”,
“LIGHT / DIMMER” and “CIRCULATING FAN” then back to “MANUAL”.
Alternatively, pressing either the “UP” or “DOWN” arrow allows the unit t
to revert to “MANUAL” mode. Fire must be in standby mode
(pilot must be lit) for temperature mode to be used.
Within the “TEMPERATURE” mode there are options for either “DAY
TEMP” or “NIGHT TEMP”. These temperatures can be set
independently to allow a higher temperature to be maintained at night
than during the day, or if setting the same temperature for day and night
the fire will compensate for the generally cooler evening temperatures
and automatically increase the heat input level accordingly.
To set the temperature, ensure the handset is in “TEMPERATURE”
mode and then press the “SET” button until the “TEMP” display flashes
then let go. Proceed to set the desired temperature by pressing the
“UP” (large flame) or “DOWN” (small flame) arrows as necessary, then
press “OFF” to complete the process.
NOTE : Minimum temperature is 5oC, Maximum temperature is 30oC,
or minimum 41F to maximum 86F when in Fahrenheit mode.
Press the “OFF” button to stop the display flashing or wait to return to
“TEMPERATURE” mode. NOTE : If you set a temperature below the
current room temperature the fire will switch to standby mode (pilot
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3.3.2.5
3.3.3
3.3.3.1
3.3.3.2
3.3.3.3
burner only) until the room has cooled to the temperature you have set
on the handset display.
If you would like the “NIGHT TEMP” to turn the fire off then decrease
the temperature until [----] is displayed.
Operation of the Fire in “TIMER” mode
In order to change the mode of operation from “MANUAL” to “TIMER”,
press the “SET” button, the fire will then alternate between the settings
until the “TIMER” mode is displayed.
NOTE : The “SET” button allows you to alternate between all modes of
operation :- “ MANUAL”, “DAY TEMP”, “NIGHT TEMP”, “TIMER” and
back to “MANUAL”. Alternatively, pressing either the “UP” or “DOWN”
arrow allows the unit to revert to “MANUAL” mode. Fire must be in
standby mode (pilot must be lit) for temperature mode to be used.
Within the “TIMER” setting mode there are two programmable settings
you can make over a 24 hour period, namely P1 and P2. To set the
timer, ensure the handset is in “TIMER” mode as detailed in section
3.2.3.1 above.
To set the P1 timed start setting, press and hold the “SET” button until
the P1 (sun symbol is displayed as per figure 39 below) and the time
flashes. Set the hour by pressing the “UP” (large flame) and set the
minutes (in ten minute increments) by pressing the “DOWN” (small
flame) as necessary, then press “OFF” button to complete the
process. Repeat for the P1 (moon symbol is displayed as per figure
below) Set the hour by pressing the “UP” (large flame) and set the
minutes (in ten minute increments) by pressing the “DOWN” (small
flame) as necessary, then press “OFF” button to complete the process.
P1 with “Sun”
symbol
illuminated
Fig. 40
Fig. 39
P1 with
“Moon”
symbol
illuminated
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3.3.3.4
3.3.4
3.3.4.1
To set the P2 timed setting, press the “SET” button until the “TIMER”
mode is displayed. Hold the “SET” button until the display flashes the
current time for P1. Press the “SET” button again to scroll past the
setting for P1 (sun) and P1 (moon). The time should now be flashing
on the handset. Set the hour by pressing the “UP” (large flame) and set
the minutes (in ten minute increments) by pressing the “DOWN” (small
flame) as necessary, then press “OFF” button to complete the process.
Operation of the Fire in “CIRCULATING FAN” mode
In order to change the mode of operation from “MANUAL” to
“CIRCULATING FAN”, briefly press the “SET” button to scroll through to
the circulating fan mode as shown below in figure 41 / 42, both fan and
level icons will flash.
Fig. 41
Fan speed bars
“Fan”symbol
illuminated
Fig. 42
Fan speed bars
“Fan”symbol
illuminated
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3.3.4.2
3.3.4.3
3.3.4.4
3.3.5
3.3.5.1
3.3.5.2
3.3.6
3.3.6.1
3.3.6.2
3.3.7
3.3.7.1
3.3.8
3.3.8.1
3.3.8.2
Press and hold the “LARGE” flame button to turn on the fan and
increase fan speed.
Press and hold the “SMALL” flame button to decrease the fan speed,
see figure 41 / 42 for fan speed bar indicator (4 bars illuminated =
maximum fan speed, 1 bar illuminated = minimum fan speed).
To turn the fan off press and hold the “SMALL” flame button until all 4
speed level bars disappear.
NOTE : 8 seconds after the light/dimmer has been set, the handset will
automatically go into manual mode. The fan starts 4 minutes after the
gas supply opens (from OFF or from pilot) at maximum speed and goes
to the displayed level after 10 seconds. The fan stops 10 minutes after
the gas is off or a pilot only (standby mode).
IT IS RECOMMENDED FOR MOST EFFICIENT PERFORMANCE OF
THE PRODUCT THE FAN MODE IS SET TO THE MAXIMUM (ALL
FOUR SPEED BARS) POSITION.
Low Battery Signal
When the battery in the handset needs replacing, “BATT” will be dis
played on the handset.
Remove the cover on the rear of the handset and replace the 9V battery
as necessary.
To Set the Time on the Remote Handset
Simultanelously press the “UP” (large flame) arrow and “DOWN” (small
flame) arrow buttons on the remote handset.
Press the “UP” (large flame) arrow to set the hour and the “DOWN”
(small flame) arrow to set the minutes.
To Set the oC / 24 Hour or oF / 12 Hour Clock
Press and hold the “OFF” and the “DOWN” (small flame) arrow buttons
on the handset simultaneously until the display changes from oC to oF
and vice versa.
Fitting the handset wall bracket
The wall bracket is supplied in the loose items pack and is optional to
fit.
If fitting the wall bracket, please be advised that the thermostatic
sensor is contained within the handset itself, so the position of the
wall bracket will therefore be the position of temperature
measurement within the room. To fit, position as necessary, mark
hole positions, drill and secure with fixings provided.
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3.4
CHECKING FOR CLEARANCE OF COMBUSTION PRODUCTS
3.4.1
Close all doors and windows in the room.
3.4.2
Light the fire and allow to run for approximately 5 minutes on high
position.
3.4.3
After approximately 5 minutes hold a smoke match just inside and
below the centre of the lower front canopy at the top of the fire
(see figure 43 below). It is recommended that a suitable smoke match
holder is used when checking for clearance of combustion products).
All smoke generated should be drawn back into the flue. If slight
spillage occurs or if in doubt, repeat the test after a further 5-10
minutes. If the test indicates that spillage is occurring and the flue
restrictor baffle has been fitted, it should be removed (see section
3.5) and the test repeated after the fire has cooled.
3.4.4
If spillage persists, the flue is not functioning correctly and a fault exists.
If, after investigation the fault cannot be traced and rectified, the fire
must be disconnected from the gas supply and expert advice obtained.
3.4.5
If there is an extractor fan fitted any where in the vicinity of the
appliance, or in adjacent rooms the spillage test should be repeated
with the fan running on maximum and all interconnecting doors open.
After ensuring that the fire is safe to use it should be left on high
Fig. 43
Smoke match position
approximately 5mm
inside canopy at centre
of fire above glass
retaining bracket
Combustion
Chamber
Glass panel
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3.5
REMOVAL / RE-FITTING OF THE EFFICIENCY BAFFLE
3.5.1
Remove the glass panel as shown in section 2.7
3.5.3
Remove the screws and pull the efficiency baffle downwards to remove
from the appliance.
3.5.2
3.5.4
The efficiency baffle if fitted to the inner roof of the combustion chamber
and is secured by 2 off screws.
Replace in reverse order.
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Servicing Notes
SECTION 4
MAINTENANCE
Servicing should be carried out annually by a competent person such as a GAS
SAFE registered engineer. This is a condition of the guarantee schemes.
The service should include visually checking the chimney and fire opening for
accumulations of debris and a smoke test to check for a positive up-draught in the
chimney. To access the debris collection void a removeable plate is positioned on
the rear face of the firebox box behind the burner. The oxypilot on the burner unit
must also be changed as a condition of the guarantee. The condition of the
fuel-bed should be checked and if necessary the whole item should be
replaced with a genuine replacement item. The burner assembly is designed to
be removed as a complete unit for ease of access. After any servicing work a
gas tightness check must always be carried out.
BEFORE ANY SERVICING WORK IS CARRIED OUT ENSURE THE PRODUCT
HAS BEEN DISCONNECTED FROM THE ELECTRICITY SUPPLY. ALL
ELECTRICAL REPAIR WORK MUST BE CARRIED OUT BY A COMPETENT,
QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN.
4.1
Removing the burner assembly from the fire.
4.1.1
Prepare work area (lay down dust sheets etc.)
4.1.3
Lift the burner tray clear, then unscrew and remove the eight off screws
which hold the burner in position & then disconnect the main
Isolate the gas supply and remove the supply pipe from the appliance
inlet elbow. Disconnect the wiring connector from the V module.
4.1.2
4.1.4
4.2
4.2.1
4.2.2
4.2.3
Remove the glass assembly, remove the ceramic logs and vermiculite.
To refit the burner assembly, locate the burner unit and refit the eight off
screws. Re-connect the wiring connector. Refit the burner tray. Refit the
gas supply pipe and carry out a gas tightness test. Refit the fuel-bed
referring to section 3 for the correct log positions. Re-fit the glass frame
assembly, grill (held in position by two screws) and side trims.
Removing the gas control valve from the fire.
Remove the burner from the combustion chamber as described in
section 4.1 above.
Disconnect the inlet, outlet, pilot pipes and thermocouple connection
from the control valve.
Replace in reverse order and carry out a gas tightness test.
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4.3
Removing the ultrasonic receiver.
4.3.2
Disconnect the control wires from the receiver.
4.3.1
4.3.3
4.3.4
4.3.5
4.4
4.4.1
4.4.2
4.4.3
4.4.4
4.5
4.5.1
4.5.2
4.5.3
4.5.4
4.5.5
4.5.6
4.6
4.6.1
Remove the burner from the combustion chamber as described in
section 4.1.
Disconnect the ignition wire.
Re-fit the new receiver and re-fit the control wires to the control valve.
Re-assemble the burner unit to the combustion chamber and carry out a
gas tightness test.
Removing the pilot assembly
Remove the burner from the combustion chamber as described in
section 4.1.
Disconnect the pilot supply pipe, ignition wire and thermocouple
connection to the gas contol valve.
Remove the pilot retaining screws and lift the pilot assembly clear
Re-assemble in reverse order and carry out a gas tightness test.
Removing the convection fan
Remove the burner from the combustion chamber as described in
section 4.1.
Ensure that the electrical supply to the fire is isolated.
Disconnect the wiring to the motor on the convection fan
Remove the retaining screws that hold the convection fan assembly to
the base of the combustion chamber.
Lift the convection fan assembly clear if required.
Re-assemble in reverse order.
Replacing the Batteries in the Handset
Remove and re-fit the new 1 off 9V battery by removing the cover on
the back of the handset.
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4.7
Checking for Flue Debris
4.7.2
Locate the removeable backplate on the rear face of the firebox at the
bottom.
4.7.1
4.7.3
4.7.4
4.7.5
Remove the burner assembly as detailed in section 4.1
Remove the 2 screws that hold the removeable backplate on the rear
face of the firebox.
Remove any debris.
Replace the removeable backplate on the rear face of the firebox.
4.7.6
Re-assemble in reverse order and carry out a gas tightness test.
4.8
Parts Shortlist
GV60 gas control valve
GV60 receiver unit
GV60 thermostatic handset
NG ODS / Pilot
LPG ODS / PIlot
Convection fan assembly
Glass frame assembly
Wiring loom - GV60 control module to convection fan
Complete log set
Log 1 only
Log 2 only
Log 3 only
Log 4 only
Log 5 only
Log 6 only
Log 7 only
Glow Fibre
Pebble set
Vermiculite
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B-92200
B-153140
B-159260
B-128100
B-128110
B-128120
1161-162790
B-152930
B-128240
B-128250
B-128260
B-128270
B-128280
B-128290
B-128300
B-128310
B-120070
B-128320
CV-107116
4.9
Fig. 37
Wiring Diagram
IMPORTANT : ALL ELECTRICAL WORK MUST BE CARRIED OUT BY A
COMPETENT, QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN.
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5.1
SECTION FIVE - USER INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLATION INFORMATION
CONDITIONS OF INSTALLATION
It is the law that all gas appliances are installed only by a competent (e.g.
Registered) Installer, in accordance with the installation instructions and the Gas
Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations 1998. Failure to install appliances
correctly could lead to prosecution. It is in your own interest and that of safety to
comply with the law.
The fire may be fitted below a combustible shelf provided that the shelf is at least
200mm above the top of the appliance and the depth of the shelf does not exceed
150mm.
The fire may be installed below combustible shelves which exceed 150mm deep
providing that the clearance above the fire is increased by 15mm for each 25mm
of additional overhang in excess of 150mm.
No purpose made additional ventilation is normally required for this
appliance when installed in G.B. When installed I.E. please consult document I.S. 813 : 1996 Domestic Gas Installation which is issued by the
National Standards Authority of Ireland. Any purpose made ventilation
should be checked periodically to ensure that it is free from obstruction.
If the chimney or flue has been previously used by appliances burning fuels other
than gas they must be swept prior to the installation of this fire.
If this appliance is fitted directly on to a wall without the use of a fireplace or
surround, soft wall coverings such as wallpaper, blown vinyl etc. could be affected
by the heat and hot convection air and may discolour or scorch. This should be
considered when installing or decorating.
The Model number of this appliance is as stated on the rating plate affixed to the
control panel of the fire and the appliance is manufactured by:BFM Europe Ltd
Trentham Lakes
Stoke on Trent
ST4 4TJ
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5.2
ABOUT YOUR NEW EDEN HE MK2 GAS FIRE
The BFM Fires “Eden HE MK2” log effect gas fires incorporate a unique and highly
developed fuel bed which gives the realism of a loose log layout combined with
realistic flames and glow. The use of durable ceramic material in the construction
of the fuelbed components ensures long and trouble free operation.
Please take the time to fully read these instructions as you will then be able to
obtain the most effective and safe operation of your fire.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
WARNING
This appliance is a heating appliance and as with all heating appliances a
fireguard should be used for the protection of children, the elderly and
infirm. Fireguards should conform to B.S. 8423 : 2002 (Fireguards for use
with gas heating appliances).
It is important that this appliance is serviced at least once a year by a GAS SAFE
registered engineer. During the annual service, replacement of the oxy-pilot must
be carried out. This is a condition of the manufacturers guarantee. Any debris
or deposits should be removed from the fuel bed from time to time. This may be
carried out by referring to the cleaning section as described later in this book.
Only the correct number and type of logs must be used and only
complete and genuine replacement sets must be used. Always keep furniture and
combustible materials well clear of the fire and never dry clothing or items either
on or near to the fire. Never use aerosols or flammable cleaning products near to
the fire when it is in use.
The ceramic fuel bed remains hot for a considerable period after use and
sufficient time should be allowed for the fire to cool before cleaning etc.
IMPORTANT NOTES :
DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES USE THIS FIRE IF THE GLASS PANEL IS
BROKEN, CRACKED OR MISSING.
THIS APPLIANCE IS NOT INTENDED FOR USE BY PERSONS (INCLUDING CHILDREN)
WITH REDUCED PHYSICAL, SENSORY OR MENTAL CAPABILITIES, OR LACK OF
EXPERIENCE AND KNOWLEDGE, UNLESS THEY HAVE BEEN GIVEN SUPERVISION
OR INSTRUCTION CONCERNING USE OF THE APPLIANCE BY A PERSON
RESPONSIBLE FOR THEIR SAFETY. CHILDREN SHOULD BE SUPERVISED TO
ENSURE THAT THEY DO NOT PLAY WITH THE APPLIANCE. ANY ELECTRICAL WORK
MUST BE CARRIED OUT BY A COMPETENT, QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN. THIS
APPLIANCE CAN BE USED BY CHILDREN AGED 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 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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5.3
LIGHTING THE APPLIANCE
IMPORTANT : IF THE BURNER IS EXTINGUISHED FOR ANY REASON YOU MUST ENSURE THAT
YOU WAIT A FULL FIVE MINUTES BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO RE-LIGHT THE FIRE.
The BFM Fires Eden HE is controlled by the remote handset supplied with the fire.
Ensure the 9V battery as supplied in the loose items pack has been
fitted to the handset before attempting to light it. There are 3 modes of operation
of the product, “MANUAL mode”, “TEMPERATURE mode”, “TIMER mode” and
“CIRCULATING FAN” mode.
5.3.1
5.3.1.1
Fig. 1
Operation of the Fire in “MANUAL” mode
Locate the ON/OFF switch on the appliance, it is situated as shown
below in figure 1. Ensure that the on / off switch is in the “ON” (1)
position.
Position of On/Off Switch
5.3.1.2
The remote handset is now used to control all functions of the fire. To
light the fire, press the “UP” arrow and and “OFF” button simultateously
as shown on figure 2 overpage. You will hear a click and the fire begins
a 30 second ignition process. The pilot and main burner will light. The
appliance is now in “MANUAL mode” which will be shown via the “MAN”
graphic on the display of the handset as shown overpage in figure 2.
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Fig. 2
Manual Graphic
on Handset Display
5.3.1.3
Fig. 3
With the product in “MANUAL” mode the fire can now be switched
between HIGH rate heat input and LOW rate heat input by pressing the
“DOWN” arrow on the handset. To reduce the flame height of the main
burner incrementally, press the arrow momentarily. To reduce the heat
input directly down to the minimum level, press the “SMALL” flame
arrow on the handset twice, “LO” will be displayed. NOTE : The flame
will go to HIGH rate heat input before going to designated LOW rate
heat input. To return back to HIGH rate heat input press the
“LARGE” flame button twice. To put the fire in In “STANDBY MODE”
(only the pilot remains lit) press and hold the “SMALL” flame arrow on
the handset. See figure 3 below.
“LARGE” Flame /
“UP” Arrow Button
“SET” Button
“SMALL” Flame /
“DOWN” Arrow Button
“OFF” Button
5.3.1.4
To turn the fire off, press the “OFF” button, this will extinguish all flames
including the pilot.
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5.3.2
5.3.2.1
Operation of the Fire in “TEMPERATURE” mode
In order to change the mode of operation from “MANUAL” to
“TEMPERATURE”, press the “SET” button, the fire will then change to
either “DAY TEMP” (figure 4) mode or “NIGHT TEMP” mode (figure 5).
To alternate between the 2, press the “SET” button. The display on
the handset will show the current temperature in the room.
Fig. 5
Fig. 4
“DAY TEMP”
Mode
“NIGHT TEMP”
Mode
NOTE :
5.3.2.2
5.3.2.3
5.3.2.4
5.3.2.5
The “SET” button allows you to alternate between all modes of
operation :- “ MANUAL”, “DAY TEMP”, “NIGHT TEMP”, “TIMER”,
“LIGHT / DIMMER” and “CIRCULATING FAN” then back to “MANUAL”.
Alternatively, pressing either the “UP” or “DOWN” arrow allows the unit
to revert to “MANUAL” mode. Fire must be in standby mode
(pilot must be lit) for temperature mode to be used.
Within the “TEMPERATURE” mode there are options for either “DAY
TEMP” or “NIGHT TEMP”. These temperatures can be set
independently to allow a higher temperature to be maintained at night
than during the day, or if setting the same temperature for day and night
the fire will compensate for the generally cooler evening temperatures
and automatically increase the heat input level accordingly.
To set the temperature, ensure the handset is in “TEMPERATURE”
mode and then press the “SET” button until the “TEMP” display flashes
then let go. Proceed to set the desired temperature by pressing the
“UP” (large flame) or “DOWN” (small flame) arrows as necessary, then
press “OFF” to complete the process.
NOTE : Minimum temperature is 5oC, Maximum temperature is 30oC,
or minimum 41F to maximum 86F when in Fahrenheit mode.
Press the “OFF” button to stop the display flashing or wait to return to
“TEMPERATURE” mode. NOTE : If you set a temperature below the
current room temperature the fire will switch to standby mode (pilot
burner only) until the room has cooled to the temperature you have set
on the handset display.
If you would like the “NIGHT TEMP” to turn the fire off then decrease
the temperature until [----] is displayed.
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5.3.3
5.3.3.1
5.3.3.2
5.3.3.3
P1 with “Sun”
symbol
illuminated
Operation of the Fire in “TIMER” mode
In order to change the mode of operation from “MANUAL” to “TIMER”,
press the “SET” button, the fire will then
alternate between the settings until the “TIMER” mode is displayed.
NOTE : The “SET” button allows you to alternate between all modes of
operation :- “ MANUAL”, “DAY TEMP”, “NIGHT TEMP”, “TIMER” and
back to “MANUAL”. Alternatively, pressing either the “UP” or “DOWN”
arrow allows the unit to revert to “MANUAL” mode. Fire must be in
standby mode (pilot must be lit) for temperature mode to be used.
Within the “TIMER” setting mode there are two programmable settings
you can make over a 24 hour period, namely P1 and P2. To set the
timer, ensure the handset is in “TIMER” mode as detailed in section
5.3.3.1 above.
To set the P1 timed start setting, press and hold the “SET” button until
the P1 (sun symbol is displayed as per figure 6 below) and the time
flashes. Set the hour by pressing the “UP” (large flame) and set the
minutes (in ten minute increments) by pressing the “DOWN” (small
flame) as necessary, then press “OFF” button to complete the
process. Repeat for the P1 (moon symbol is displayed as per figure
below) Set the hour by pressing the “UP” (large flame) and set the
minutes (in ten minute increments) by pressing the “DOWN” (small
flame) as necessary, then press “OFF” button to complete the process.
Fig. 7
Fig. 6
P1 with
“Moon”
symbol
illuminated
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5.3.4
5.3.4.1
Fig. 8
Operation of the Fire in “CIRCULATING FAN” mode
In order to change the mode of operation from “MANUAL” to
“CIRCULATING FAN”, briefly press the “SET” button to scroll through to
the circulating fan mode as shown below in figure 8, both fan and level
icons will flash.
Fan speed bars
5.3.4.3
5.3.4.4
5.3.5
5.3.5.1
5.3.5.2
Fan speed bars
“Fan”symbol
illuminated
“Fan”symbol
illuminated
5.3.4.2
Fig. 9
Press and hold the “LARGE” flame button to turn on the fan and
increase fan speed.
Press and hold the “SMALL” flame button to decrease the fan speed,
see figure 8 / 9 for fan speed bar indicator (4 bars illuminated = maxi
mum fan speed, 1 bar illuminated = minimum fan speed).
To turn the fan off press and hold the “SMALL” flame button until all 4
speed level bars disappear.
NOTE : 8 seconds after the light/dimmer has been set, the handset will
automatically go into manual mode. The fan starts 4 minutes after the
gas supply opens (from OFF or from pilot) at maximum speed and goes
to the displayed level after 10 seconds. The fan stops 10 minutes after
the gas is off or a pilot only (standby mode).
IT IS RECOMMENDED FOR MOST EFFICIENT PERFORMANCE OF
THE PRODUCT THE FAN MODE IS SET TO THE MAXIMUM (ALL
FOUR SPEED BARS) POSITION.
Low Battery Signal
When the battery in the handset needs replacing, “BATT” will be dis
played on the handset.
Remove the cover on the rear of the handset and replace the 9V battery
as necessary.
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5.4
CLEANING - WARNING
Before attempting any cleaning operation ensure that the fire has been allowed to
fully cool.
CLEANING THE ENAMELLED METAL PARTS
These enamelled parts should only be cleaned using a clean, damp cloth. The
trim is best cleaned by removing it from the fire and placing it face up on a flat
surface. Abrasive cleaners, chemical cleaning agents or any type of polish
must never be used as damage to the finish may result.
CLEANING THE FUEL BED
We do not recommend cleaning of logs or fuelbed components as these are
fragile and damage may result. None of these parts must be washed or
exposed to any cleaning agents or water. Any damaged parts must be
replaced by contacting your dealer or telephoning BFM Europe on the number
stated on the rear cover of this book. Logs or pebbles must only be replaced with
a complete and genuine replacement set and the fire must never be run with the
wrong number or damaged logs or pebbles. The fuelbed must be carefully
re-assembled as stated in the following section.
CLEANING THE GLASS PANEL
To clean the glass panel, please remove it from the product as described overpage
on pages 45-46. Use a clean damp cloth and ceramic glass cleaner to remove
any stains or deposits from the glass panel. Do not using scouring pads as this
may scratch the surface finish of the glass panel.
PLEASE NOTE :- The glass will require cleaning periodically. Condensation
produced by the products of combustion will create marks on the inside face of the
glass panel.
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5.5
5.5.1
Fig. 10
REMOVING AND REPLACING THE GLASS FRAME & PANEL
To remove the glass frame, the glass clamp as supplied in the loose
items pack will be required. Secure the clamp to the glass panel as
shown below in figure 11.
Remove the side
panels to allow
access to the grill
retaining screws.
5.5.2
Fig. 11
Remove the front grill by removing the 2 off retaining
screws from the upturned tabs, 1 off at each end of the trim
Remove the side trims by simply lifting clear (they are retained by
magnets). See figure 10 above.
Glass
clamp
NOTE :
Always ensure that a consistent seal between the combustion
chamber and the glass frame is achieved when replacing the glass
panel.
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5.5.3
Fig. 12
Remove the 5 off securing screws and glass panel retaining bracket
that are located on the top underside face of the combustion chamber.
behind the canopy. See figure 12 below.
Glass Panel
Retaining
Bracket, secured
by 5 off screws
Combustion
Chamber
Glass panel
5.5.4
Fig. 13
Lift the glass panel vertically to release from the bottom retaining
channel and then tilt forwards as shown below in figure 13 / 14 to
release.
Fig. 14
Glass panel
Glass panel
Glass Clamp
Glass Clamp
Tilt Forwards
Bottom Edge
Bottom Glass
Retaining
Channel
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5.6
REMOVAL AND REPLACING THE FUEL-BED LOGSET
IF THE PRODUCT HAS A PEBBLE FUELBED, PLEASE PROCEED TO
SECTION 5.7
Remove the glass panel as shown on pages 45-46 before attempting to
remove or replace the logs.
5.6.1
Fig. 15
5.6.2
Fig. 16
The vermiculite material should then be first layed around the burner
tray as shown below in figure 15, resulting in an even layer.
Place Log “1” at the left hand side of the burner tray fitting the holes
in the bottom face of the log onto the 2 off location pegs as shown
below in figure 16.
Log No. 1
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5.6.3
Fig. 17
Place Log “2” at the right hand side centre of the burner tray fitting
the hole in the bottom face of the log onto the single location peg as
shown below in figure 17.
Log No. 2
5.6.4
Fig. 18
Place Log “3” at the right hand side of the burner tray fitting the hole in
the bottom face of the log onto the single location peg as shown below
in figure 18.
Log No. 3
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5.6.5
Fig. 19
Place Log “4” at the centre of the burner tray fitting the holes
in the bottom face of the log onto the 2 off location pegs as shown
below in figure 19.
Log No. 4
5.6.6
Fig. 20
Place Log “5” at the right hand side of the burner tray locating in the
groove of Log “3” as shown below in figure 20.
Log No. 5
Groove in Log “3” for
locating Log “5”
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5.6.7
Fig. 21
Place Log “6” at the left hand side of the burner tray locating in the
groove of Log “1” as shown below in figure 21.
Log No. 6
Groove in Log “1” for
locating Log “6”
5.6.8
Fig. 22
Place Log “7” to the left hand centre side of the burner tray locating on
the branch of Log “1” as shown below in figure 22.
Log No. 7
Log “7” to rest on Log
“1” branch as shown
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5.6.9
Fig. 23
If required, fit the embaglow material over the flame ports. To do this,
seperate into short strands and place randomly over the flame porting
area as shown below in figure 23. This material is only supplied to
improve flame aesthetics and is optional to install.
Place all over porting area of burner
5.6.10
Refit the glass panel as described on pages 46-47, then light the
appliance as described as in section 5.3
IMPORTANT NOTE : PLEASE ENSURE THAT WHEN COMMISIONING THE
FIRE THE FLAME PATTERN IS EVEN ACROSS THE WIDTH OF THE BURNER.
IF AN UNEVEN FLAME PATTERN IS FOUND THEN RELAY THE QUANTITY
VERMICULITE TO ACHEIVE AN EVEN FLAME PATTERN.
Warning : Use only the logs supplied with the fire. When replacing the
logs remove the old logs and discard them. Fit a complete set of logs of the
correct type. Do not fit additional logs or any logs other than a genuine
replacement set.
This appliance does not contain any component manufactured from
asbestos or asbestos related products.
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5.7
REMOVAL & RE-FITTING THE FUEL-BED PEBBLES
5.7.1
Fit the pebbles to the burner tray as shown below in figure 24, do not fill
the flame ports in the burner with pebbles.
Remove the glass panel as shown on pages 45-46 before attempting to
remove or replace the logs.
Fig. 24
5.7.2
Fig. 25
5.7.3
Fit the vermiculite material into the burner ports as shown below in
figure 25. This material must be fitted in an even layer to ensure
correct operation of the fire.
Vermiculite to be placed over burner ports across length of
burner as shown below
If required, fit the embaglow material over the flame ports. To do this,
seperate into short strands and place randomly over the flame porting
area as shown on previous page in figure 23. This material is only
supplied to improve flame aesthetics and is optional to install.
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5.7.4
5.8
Refit the glass panel as described on pages 46-47, then light the
appliance as described as in section 5.3
User Replaceable Parts
1161-162790
B-128240
B-128250
B-128260
B-128270
B-128280
B-128290
B-128300
B-128310
B-120070
B-128320
CV-107116
Glass frame assembly
Complete log set
Log 1 only
Log 2 only
Log 3 only
Log 4 only
Log 5 only
Log 6 only
Log 7 only
Glow Fibre
Pebble set
Vermiculite
Due to our policy of continual improvement and development the exact
accuracy of illustrations and descriptions contained in this book cannot be
guaranteed
Part No. B-167740
Issue 2
BFM Europe Ltd.
Trentham Lakes
Stoke-on-Trent
Staffordshire
ST4 4TJ
www.bfm-europe.com
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