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The
Installation and Operation Manual
York Grande Gas Stove
Grande
GAS STOVE
IMPORTANT NOTICETO
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BE LEFT WITH THE CUSTOMER
Revision: GB09b
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TECHNICAL INFORMATION
NATURAL GAS
G20/I2H
PROPANE
G31/I3P
Heat Input (Gross)
6.9 Kw/Hr
6.9 Kw/Hr
Supply Pressure
20 Mbar
37 Mbar
Gas Rate
0.66 M3/Hr
0.25 M3/Hr
Injector Size
C.A.T. 18/460
C.A.T. 18/200
CONTENTS
ARRANGING THE LAYOUT OF THE COALS/LOGS . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . …………9
DIMENSIONS & DETAILS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ……........................ . .2
EXTINGUISHING THE STOVE BACK TO PERMANENT PILOT SETTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
EXTINGUISHING THE STOVE FULLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ……. . . . . . . . . . .10
FLUE CONNECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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GAS CONNECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ……………… .7
GUARANTEE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . …. .OUTSIDE BACK COVER
IGNITING THE PERMANENT PILOT LIGHT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
IMPORTANT INFORMATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ……….... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
NOTE TO THE INSTALLATION ENGINEER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
OPERATING THE STOVE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . …………. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
PRESSURE TESTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . …………….. . . . . . . . . . .8
RUNNING THE STOVE AT A HIGHER OUTPUT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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RUNNING THE STOVE AT LOW SETTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . …. . . . . . . . .10
SERVICING INSTRUCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ………….13
SITING THE APPLIANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . …………… . . . . . .4
SPILLAGE MONITORING SYSTEM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ………. .12
STOVE ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ………………. . .5
TEST FOR SPILLAGE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ……………... .12
TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ……………... . .13
VENTILATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . …………………... .6
Broseley Fires Ltd.
Knights Way, Battlefield Enterprise Park, Shrewsbury, Shropshire SY1 3AB
Tel: 01743 461444 Fax: 01743 461446
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2. DIMENSIONS & DETAILS
A - Height . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ……………...……….584mm (23")
B - Height To Top Of Rear Flue Spigot . . . . . . . . . . . . ……………... . . . . .540mm (211⁄4")
C - Depth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . …………………….. .406mm (153⁄4")
D - Width . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ……………………... . . . .622mm (241⁄2")
E - Centre Of Top Flue To Rear Of Stove . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ……………….. . .127mm (5")
Flue Spigot Diameter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ……………………... . . . . .127mm (5")
Weight Excluding Optional Canopy . . . . . . . . . . ……………… . . . . . . . . . .80kg (176 lbs)
Maximum Heat Output (approx) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ………………….. . . . . . .5.6 kilowatts
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THANK YOU FOR PURCHASING A YORK GRANDE GAS-FIRED STOVE
Broseley Fires Ltd, a family run company, was founded as a gas appliance design and
development company in 1975.
Since then we have built up an enviable reputation for the quality, reliability and fuel
efficiency of our stoves.
These instructions have been carefully prepared to guide the installer and end-user
through the relevant methods and standards for installation of your new York Grande
Gas Stove.Correctly installed and operated, your York grande Stove will give you many
years of warmth and reliability. Therefore, we would suggest that you read the whole
instruction manual prior to handing it to your installer. That way you will have a clearer
picture of what is involved
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3. IMPORTANT INFORMATION
APPLIANCE TO BE INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH NATIONAL REGULATIONS
1. The York Grande is a gas stove designed to run on either natural gas or LPG.
The burner units are not interchangeable between the two types of gas. This
stove is a radiant convector fuel-effect appliance. The site of the stove i.e. the
chimney, flue and hearth etc.., must comply with current building regulations and
codes of practice before the stove is installed.
1. It is required by law that the complete assembly, installation and commissioning
of gas-fired stoves is carried out by a professionally qualified and accredited gas
fitter who is registered on the “gas safe” register DO NOT ATTEMPT TO
INSTALL THIS APPLIANCE YOURSELF. Broseley Fires Ltd takes no
responsibility for any breach of the legal standards prevailing as far as the fitting
of this appliance is concerned.
2. York grande Stoves are efficient appliances, giving off convected, conducted and
radiated heat. All services of the stove except the control knob are considered to
be working surfaces. Adequate precautions should always be taken to protect
children, the elderly, the infirm and pets etc. from coming into contact with the
stove.
3. Ensure that the local gas distribution conditions, the nature of the gas pressure
are compatible with the data plate fitted between the right hand legs and on the
control valve
These instructions have been compiled in accordance with BS5258 part 12:1986. The
Gas Safety Installation and Use Regulations 1994. The Building Regulations (issued by
the Department of the Environment). The Building Standards (Scotland)(consolidation)
regulations.
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4. SITING THE APPLIANCE
The gas supply connection to the appliance is at the rear right hand side. The
connection requires 8mm diameter semi-rigid pipe, not more than 1 metre in length.
The appliance can be installed in any adequate area suitable for solid fuel fires and
stoves
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To ensure maximum and efficient use of the stove, we recommend the following hearth
specifications:
1. The hearth must be made of non-combustible material at least 12 millimetres
thick. The hearth must at least 300mm at any angle in front of the incandescent
heat source i.e. the burner surface of the stove and requires a clearance of
150mm each side.
2. On all stove installations, no combustible material should cover the hearth. To
prevent this from happening, the hearth should be at least 50mm above the level
of the floor or a fender/kerb of a similar height should be placed around the edge
of the hearth.
If the appliance has to be located in an opening, there must be a clearance of a
minimum of 100mm each side of the stove to any non-combustible materials. The rear of
the appliance should have a minimum 75mm air gap between the stove and the back
wall.
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5. STOVE ASSEMBLY
Please check that the following components are included before you start on the
assembly :
Stove Box
1 x Cast Iron York grande Stove Body
4 x Stove Legs
4 x Sets of Nuts, Bolts and Washers, 2 burner retaining screws
1 x Flue Spigot
1 x Flue Closure Plate
Burner Box
1 x Burner Unit
1 x Instruction Booklet (This document)
2 x Burner Fixing Brackets and screws
Ceramic Box
Log Option – See Page 10
Coal Option – See Page 9
Before installing the stove ensure the gas to be used i.e. natural (mains) gas or LPG
corresponds with the identification plate on the burner.
Carefully lay the stove on its back and fit the four legs using the nuts, bolts and washers
provided.
Loosen the grub screw situated in the side of the brass handle, unscrew the handle and
open the main stove door.
With the burner out of the stove, screw the two burner fixing brackets to the rear of the
burner, so that the “U” slot faces upwards and locates with the screw holes in the
internal rear plate.
Next, stand the stove upright and insert the burner (control first) through the door. Dip
the controls through the bottom of the stove so that the burner comes to rest onto the
brackets located on each side.
The “U” sections on the burner fixing brackets will then line up with the two holes located
on the internal rear plate. Finally screw the two screws and washers provided through
the “U” sections to hold the burner securely in place.
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6. FLUE CONNECTION
The stove must be installed in accordance with current gas and building regulations
BS5871: Part 1
Before you install the stove make sure the chimney flue outlet is correctly positioned to
align with the flue outlet on the stove and that the chimney is in good condition. If not, a
chimney liner must be installed or a suitable class II gas flue used. A draught is
necessary to ensure the products of combustion are fully evacuated. Due to the internal
dilution/diversion system in the York Grande Stove, it is not obligatory to line the
chimney
providing that it has been inspected by a CORGI registered installer and passed as
suitable/sound.
The York Grande Gas Stove is suitable for both Class I & II flues (The Building
Regulations 1984). The appliance is also suitable for pre-cast flues, pre-cast chimney
block, pre-cast flue block and ridge tile vent. The Stove can be installed as a top or rear
outlet without any additional parts.
Ideally it is recommended that a minimum height of 610mm from the stove should be
established before any significant change of the direction of the flue. Horizontal or
negative gradients should be avoided. The flue must have a minimum height of 3 metres
to ensure adequate draught.
Prior to installation, the installer should ensure that the flue is free from obstruction and
any dampers must be fixed in a permanently open position. Ensure the chimney is not
closed and that it has been swept and subsequently smoke tested.
Make sure that rain, birds, or any foreign body cannot get into the chimney to cause
damage or a blockage. This problem can normally be overcome by fitting an approved
Gas Cowl. It is essential for the effective running of your stove that the chimney draws
properly to allow the products of combustion to escape
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VENTILATION (GB ONLY)
The York grande Gas stove is rated at less than 7 kW and therefore does not normally
require additional ventilation in the room (BS5871-part II).
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7. GAS CONNECTION
A minimum 15mm diameter gas supply pipe must be used to within 1 metre of the
installation with the final connection to the stove to be completed with the suitable 8mm
semi-rigid gas pipe. The 8mm pipe should be connected to the inlet of the gas valve
using the nut and 8mm olive provided, support the control whilst finally tightening the
supply pipe. A gas safety tap/restrictor elbow is provided along side the pressure test
point at the inlet to the burner
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8. PRESSURE TESTING
Always make sure that there is adequate gas pressure and volume to the stove. The
relevant pressures are on the ID plate on the gas control knob.
1. For natural gas, this is 20mbar measured at the burner test nipple situated at
the inlet connection to the stove with the appliance in the full rate position.
2. For propane, this is 37mbar measured at the burner test nipple situated at the
inlet connection to the stove with the appliance in the full rate position.
3. Ensure that the gas pressure to the stove is maintained when it is operating at
the same time as other appliances in the building and that a suitable pressure
gauge is used i.e. a manometer
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Any service call as a result of incorrect gas pressure will be chargeable.
9. ARRANGING THE LAYOUT OF THE COALS
Only the ceramic coals supplied with this appliance should be used. The coals should
only be laid as shown in the following diagrams. Replacement coals are available from
your dealer.
Whilst arranging the coals, ensure that the pilot is not obstructed.
Broseley Fires Ltd accept no responsibility for any injury sustained whilst handling hot
ceramics.
Before any ceramics are placed in position ensure that the burner is operating correctly.
The flames should be fairly even across the burners mesh top.
Ceramics which are found to be placed other than in accordance with these
instructions will result in a charge being made following any service
callout
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COAL LAYOUT
Added Coals shown in white
for identification only.
Stage 1
Place the largest coal matrix firmly
against the back of the stove &
centrally about the mesh burner.
Stage 2
Position the second coal matrix on
top of the first coal matrix and
place firmly to the back of the
stove. Ensure that it is central and
that the largest flat area (marked
REAR) rests against the internal
rear plate.
Stage 3
Place the loose coals across the
centre of the fire, so that they
bridge the gap between the two
coal matrix pieces. These coals
should be rested gently in position.
Do not push them into the gap, as
this will prevent the flames from
burning evenly and effectively.
Ensure there are no loose coals on
top of the matrix that is positioned
over the pilot assembly._
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IMPORTANT
Please follow these instructions carefully. Ceramics that are positioned
wrongly could seriously alter the performance of your appliance.
Added Coals shown in white for identification only.
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ARRANGING THE LAYOUT OF THE LOGS
Take care when handling the fragile ceramic logs. Only the ceramic logs supplied with
this appliance are to be used. Do not obstruct the pilot. Ensure the correct operation of
the burner before positioning any of the logs. Clean the burner.
The ceramic logs have location points on them that will help you locate them into the
correct position.
Please read the following instructions carefully and use the diagrams to assist you.
LOG LAYOUT
Stage 1
Position the largest ceramic on top
of the burner and push it firmly
against the rear of the stove. Ensure
that it is central about the burner.
Stage 2
Position the rear log onto the two
location lugs towards the rear of
the first ceramic. As shown on
the Stage 2 diagram
Stage 3
Position the next log as shown
on the Stage 3 diagram. This
log also has two location points.
Stage 4
This log is located on a lug that
Has geen formed on top of the
Previous log. Locate this lug first
The other end of the log is
located in a notched out section
in the base matrix.
Stage 5
This log is located on a lug that
Has been formed on top of the
Rear log. Please make sure that
This log and all the others are in
Position EXACTLY as shown in
The diagram. .
When closing the door of the stove, support its weight in order to get the best seal
against the rope.
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We hope you find the above instructions clear and precise. They need to be followed
precisely so that you can enjoy the full benefit of your stove.
10. OPERATING THE STOVE
It is important to read these instructions thoroughly before lighting the
stove.
CURING THE PAINT
Most high temperature paints operate in the same way. They use a resin which dries at
room temperature and a silicon resin which cures at high temperatures. When the stove
is burned the dry resin burns away and the silicon cures. This transition occurs about
475° F.
After the stove burns about four times, the entire surface which gets hot should have
cured. The house needs to be fully ventilated during these initial burnings and although
the smoke is mostly Carbon Dioxide there are other components of the smoke which
make it smell bad and may irritate some people. These effects will go away after the first
few burns depending on the duration and surface temperature of each burn. The hotter
the stove gets, and the longer the duration of burning, the quicker it will cure.
The York Grande Gas stove operates with a traditional permanent pilot light.
The knob for ignition and power control is located on the lower right hand side of the
stove The pilot light is located at the front middle of the coal matrix.
If the Flame Supervision Devise Actuating Flame (the pilot light) is extinguished either
intentionally or not, no attempt should be made to re-light until 3 minutes have elapsed.
(A) IGNITING THE PERMANENT PILOT LIGHT
1.
2.
3.
4.
Depress control knob fully.
Whilst depressed, turn knob sharply 90 degrees anti-clockwise to “Pilot” setting.
Repeat until pilot light is visibly lit.
KEEP KNOB DEPRESSED AT THIS POINT FOR 15-20 SECONDS.
Upon releasing the knob, the permanent pilot light will be lit.
(B) RUNNING THE STOVE AT LOW SETTING
1.
2.
3.
Ignite permanent pilot light as shown in A1 (above).
With control knob at “Pilot” setting, depress and turn in an anti-clockwise
direction to “LOW” setting.
Release the knob. The stove is now burning at its lowest operating output.
(C) RUNNING THE STOVE AT A HIGHER OUTPUT
1.
2.
Ignite stove to “low” setting by following instructions in A1 and B2 (above)
respectively.
Output can be increased, by turning the control knob progressively in an
anticlockwise direction until the desired level is achieved, up to a maximum as
shown by the “HIGH” symbol on the control panel.
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(D) EXTINGUISHING THE STOVE BACK TO PERMANENT PILOT SETTING
1.
From any heat setting, depress control knob fully and turn clockwise to “Pilot”
position. Release.
(E) EXTINGUISHING THE STOVE FULLY
1.
From any heat setting or the permanent pilot, depress control knob and turn
clockwise to “OFF” Position.Should the Glass door become broken or damaged
in any way, turn your stove off and do not attempt to re-light it. Contact your
dealer to organise for a replacement to be fitted before re-lighting the appliance.
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THE REMOTE CONTROL
POSITIONING THE RECEIVER
After fitting the batteries in the receiver and the hand set, place the receiver anywhere
on the hearth. There is a long lead on the receiver to allow you to position the receiver
towards the front of the hearth, if you wish to see the light come on when the handset is
in use. Place the lead on the hearth also. Failure to do this will cause malfunction of the
unit.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS FOR G30-ZRPTT REMATE CONTROL
Caution! Read these instructions entirely before use.
G30-ZRPTT remote controls must be installed and operated according to all locally
applicable regulations!
G30-ZRPTT Remote Controls are designed for use only in gas fires equipped with
specially designed combination controls (GV34 or GV36
retrofitted with a motor) produced by Mertik Maxitrol. Due to the integrated thermostat,
the G30-ZRPTT is not to be used with open gas fires!
Technical Data
Ultrasound Transmission
Ambient Temperature
Batteries
Range:
1...10m
3...33ft.
Frequency:
ON 40,5kHz,
OFF 40kHz
Transmitter & Receiver
max. 60°C 140°F
Connecting Cables:
max. 180°C 356°F
Handset: 1 x 9V block (alkaline recommended)
Receiver: 4 x 1,5V AA (alkaline recommended)
Connections
The G30-ZRPTT is intended for use only with motorized gas
combination controls models GV34 (or GV36 retrofitted with
a motor). The receiver cable must be firmly plugged onto the
flat blade connectors (motor: 6,3 and 4,8mm; micro switch:
A
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B
both 2,8mm, see llustration 2).
Transmitter Function
Set the Display
• After connecting the battery or by simultaneously pressing AUTO
and TIMER, the display
flashes. You are in set mode.
• From set mode, press AUTO to switch from °F (and 12 hour clock)
to °C (and 24 hour clock)
or vice versa.
• The display will automatically return to manual mode after some
time, but you may immediately
return to manual by depressing the TIMER button.
Set the current Time
• After connecting the battery or by simultaneously pressing AUTO
and TIMER, the display flashes. You are in set mode.
• From set mode, press (p) to set the hour and (q) to set the minute.
• Wait or press TIMER to return to “manual“ mode.
Programming the Desired Set Temperature
• Press AUTO until the display flashes.
• Press (p) or (q) to set the desired temperature.
• Wait or press AUTO to switch to automatic mode.
• A sensor in the transmitter measures the room temperature. The controller compares
the room temperature with the set temperature and sends a signal to the receiver to turn
the gas valve motor, which adjusts the flame height accordingly.
Programming the Timer
• Press TIMER until P1* flashes (period 1, heating cycle on).
• Set the time for the beginning of the first heating period by pressing (p)
for hour and (q) for minute.
• Press TIMER again; P1w appears.
Illustration 2: Cover with Connectors for Micro Switch
TIMER
AUTO
(Programming the Timer)
• Set the time for the end of the first heating period.
• Press TIMER again to set the second heating period P2* (heat on) and
P2w (heat off).
• Store both heating periods by pressing TIMER again.
• If only one heating period is desired, program the same time for P2* and
P2w.
Manual Mode (MAN in display) for Manual Flame Height Adjustment
• Press (p) to turn on the fire (main burner) or to increase flame height
• Press (q) to decrease flame or to turn down to pilot.
• To incrementally increase or decrease the flame height lightly tap either the (p) or (q)
button.
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• The “send“ symbol appears in the upper left corner of the display when either button is
depressed.
• The LED of the receiver flashes when knob B of the valve reaches its end stops.
Automatic Mode (AUTO in display) for Temperature Control
• Briefly press AUTO. The set temperature will appear briefly before the display reverts
to the room
temperature.
Timer Mode (TIMER in display)
• During heating periods P1* and P2*, the temperature is controlled in the same manner
as in automatic
mode.
• When the timer program turns to w (heating cycle off), the motor will turn the valve to
pilot and there is
no temperature control. This minimizes battery consumption.
• You may press AUTO to verify the set-temperature and then press TIMER to return to
timer mode.
• You may press either the (p) or (q) button from any mode for manual override.
• To prolong battery life, we recommend switching the transmitter to manual mode and
turning the fire to
pilot with the (q) button before turning the appliance off. If the transmitter is left in
automatic or timer
mode, the batteries will continue to be used when the appliance is off.
Changing the Battery
• If BATT appears in upper right hand corner of the display or if the LED of the receiver
becomes faint, please change the battery from transmitter
or receiver. If the batteries lose power, the flame height can be adjusted by manually
turning knob B (see illustration 2).
Note
Please note, the placement of the transmitter (temperature sensor) is important to
assure proper temperature regulation. Generally, a more contstant
temperature will be assured, if the transmitter is not too far from the gas appliance.
Before switching to AUTO or TIMER mode, press either button
(p) or (q) to verify the reception (when the send symbol appears in the transmitter
display, the receiver’s LED must illuminate). For the AUTO or
TIMER mode to function correctly, the transmitter must remain within range of the
receiver. The transmitter should not be used in very close proximity
to the receiver (less than 1m / 3ft) as this could, in very rare cases, produce a electronic
switching error. This error could block the motor when the
knob reaches the end points of its turning radius. The knob must then be turned
manually to free the blockage.
The temperature is controlled by activating the motor for a specific length of time to
adjust the appropriate flame height. This time is calculated by the
transmitter and depends on variables such as room size, heater capacity, battery power,
etc. Therefore, a few cycles are necessary before an
optimum is achieved. If a low flame is sufficient to provide enough warmth to the room,
then the appliance will cycle between low fire and off. This
allows longer periods with the flame on and provides a more uniform room temperature.
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PLEASE EXPLAIN TO THE CUSTOMER THESE LIGHTING AND
EXTINGUISHING PROCEDURES AND THAT IT IS NORMAL FOR THE STOVE
TO GIVE OFF ODOURS WHILST THE PAINT MATURES.
11. NOTE TO THE INSTALLATION ENGINEER
Please make sure the customer is familiar with the initial lighting and
operating procedures before leaving the site and that this instruction
booklet is left with them when the final commissioning is complete.
12. TEST FOR SPILLAGE
A spillage test MUST be made before the installed fire is left with the customer.
Carry out the test by first closing all doors and windows in the room containing the fire.
Ensure that the fire is burning at full rate for a minimum of 10-15 minutes.
Using a smoke match - run along the edge of the draught diverter, leave for a further 10
minutes and repeat test.
If there is an extractor fan in a nearby room the spillage test must be repeated with the
fan running and all connecting doors between the fire and fan left open.
If there are still problems, the chimney/flue may require attention. Disconnect the stove
and seek expert advice.
SPILLAGE MONITORING SYSTEM
This appliance is fitted with an atmospheric sensing spillage monitoring system, in the
form of an oxygen depletion sensing pilot. This is designed to shut down the fire within a
safe period if there is an excessive build up of products of combustion within the room
space. This would usually only occur if the flue path suffered severe blockage, and/or
ventilation was severely impeded.
THE FOLLOWING ARE IMPORTANT WARNINGS RELATIVE TO THE SPILLAGE
MONITORING SYSTEM
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The installer must not attempt any adjustments to the spillage monitoring system.
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There must be no attempt to disable the spillage monitoring system.
3.
It is not possible to replace individual parts of the pilot assembly on the appliance
only a complete pilot assembly (including thermocouple) may be fitted in the
event of replacement being necessary. When the spillage monitoring system is
replaced, only complete and original manufacturers parts may be fitted.
Should the appliance turn itself off, wait for a minimum of 3 minutes before attempting to
re-light the appliance. In the event of your stove tripping out, consult your installation
engineer to have the flue/chimney checked.
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13. TROUBLESHOOTING
THE GAS PILOT WILL NOT IGNITE OR STAY LIT
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Ensure the gas is turned on at the alliance and the meter/cylinder.
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Hold in the pilot gas button for at least twenty seconds once the pilot is alight to
ensure the operation of the safety thermocouple valve.
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Ensure that the pilot injector is not obstructed or blocked and it is free from any
dust or dirt.
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Ensure that the thermocouple has not been damaged in transit. This is a very
delicate device.
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On propane, check that the cylinder is not empty.
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THE PILOT IS NOT BURNING OR PERFORMING CORRECTLY
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Ensure that the aeration ring shutter on the pilot head is fully open so that the
pilot flame is initially intense; this can be subsequently turned down.
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Ensure the pilot flame is the correct size for the type of gas. The flame should be
focused on the thermocouple probe, so that it is evenly encircled.
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The pilot should have three flames, one directed towards the thermocouple, one
towards the bed of the fire and the third towards the igniter valve.
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Any whistling sound you hear is normally caused by dirt obstructing the pilot. This
is normally cured by carrying out the cleaning process outlined in the next section
entitled Servicing Instructions.
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After altering the pilot, check for any leakage of gas.
THE MAIN BURNER DOES NOT SEEM TO BURN CORRECTLY
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Ensure there is adequate gas pressure to the appliance. The pressure can be
obtained by unscrewing the pressure test nipple and applying a suitable pressure
gauge (i.e.manometer). Be sure that the gas pressure agrees with the
identification label on your stove
Ensure adequate volume of gas is being used. Once the fire is burning on
maximum, turn off all other gas appliances in the house and calculate the fuel
being burned from the gas meter
See that the burner is burning evenly across the whole of the mesh surface
without any coals in place.
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SERVICING INSTRUCTIONS
Servicing should be carried out annually by a qualified installation engineer when the
stove is cold and the gas supply is turned off at the isolation tap. The following points
should be checked.
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Remove the coals and clean any dust and debris from the top of the burner unit.
Ideally a vacuum cleaner should be use, but a soft brush will do.
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Check the condition of the coals. Any damaged ones will affect the efficient
operation of the stove and should be replaced with new ones available from your
stove supplier.
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All gas supply joints should be checked to make sure they are completely sealed
and that the gas supply and pressure is to specification.
The pilot jets are correctly set and clear of obstruction.
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The chimney should also be checked to make sure there are no restrictions or
blockages.
Finally re-lay the coals and re-light the stove as described previously.
AND FINALLY....
We would remind you that it is a legal requirement that the stove is installed by a
qualified and accredited installation engineer. Improper installation, adjustment,
alteration, service or maintenance can cause personal injury and/or damage to property.
If you are in the slightest doubt about any aspect of your stoves performance or you
require additional information then please contact you stove supplier, a qualified
installation engineer or call our technical help-line on 01743 461444
Please do not store, keep or use petrol or any other flammable liquids, vapours or
substances anywhere near the stove or any other heating appliance.
We hope these instructions are clear and helpful and you are able to enjoy the full
benefits of your stove. Please keep this booklet handy for future reference.
The manufacture and materials used in building your York Grande gas stove are
guaranteed for one year provided the assembly and operation complies with these
instructions. Accidental damage and all consumables including the glass door seals are
not covered.
We are sure you will appreciate and accept that our guarantee cannot be extended to
cover the actual assembly, installation and the use of your stove as these are all
operations outside our control or influence.
Please retain your purchase receipt. We will need to see this in the event of a claim
under warranty.
© 2007-2008 Broseley Fires Ltd
STOVE INSTALLATION
SPECIFICATION & INFORMATION
THIS SECTION TO BE COMPLETED AND SIGNED BY THE INSTALLATION
ENGINEER
Type gas supply (please tick)
Natural (mains) Gas
LPG supply in bulk
LPG supply in cylinder
Size of Governor setting: (i.e.) Natural Gas 20MBAR. LPG 37MBAR)
Length and size of gas supply:
Meter pressure. Fire on only:
Other appliances . All on:
Burner pressure. Fire on only:
Other appliances . All on:
Gas rate - Natural Gas - Time for 1 cubic foot in seconds:
Type and size of flue:
Approx. height:
is a register plate fitted:
How much area of flue is left:
Is there any spillage:
is the draught excessive:
Is there any ventilation in the room:
Has the room double glazing:
is the door close fitting
Has the pilot sufficient heat to open the FFD
Is the aeration of the pilot correct:
Is the FFD Phial in the correct position in the pilot flame:
Does the flame encircle the FFD:
Installation Engineers Name:
Address
Post Code
Telephone:
Corgi Registered: Yes
Fax:
No
Mobile:
Number
Signed:
Date:
SY1 3AB
Tel: 01743 461444 Fax: 01743 461446 www.broseleyfires.com
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Guarantee
Dear Customer,
Your decorative gas fire, when installed in accordance with the installation instructions
and operated in accordance with these instructions should provide many years of safe and
efficient operation.
We thank you for purchasing our product and trust it will provide excellent service.
This appliance carries a guarantee of 1 year. The consumable components of this
appliance are guaranteed for one year.
We agree to repair free of charge or, at our option, replace the appliance or part thereof,
which may prove to be defective within the guarantee period.
The guarantee is void if:
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The appliance is not installed and operated in accordance with our instructions; or
The appliance is not serviced, by a CORGI registered engineer, annually; or
Repairs of modification have been carried out by the purchaser or any third party not
authorized by us; or
The appliance has been misused or accidentally damaged; or
Damage is due to ‘fair wear and tear’; or
The appliance or defective component(s) are not returned to us, prepaid postage.
The rights given in this guarantee are limited to the UK mainland and are in addition to
any to which you may have a statutory entitlement.
Please retain your purchase receipt. We will need to see this in the event of a claim under
warranty.
Broseley Fires Ltd
Knights Way
Battlefield Enterprise Park
Shrewsbury
SY1 3AB
Telephone + 44 (0) 1743 461 444
Fax + 44 (0) 1743 461 446
© 2007-2008 Broseley Fires Ltd
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