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ESPRIT
M A N U A L
R I K A - K A M I N Ö F E N
Die Seele Ihres Heimes
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Kohlendioxid
Carbon dioxide
Anidride carbonica
Dioxyde de carbone
Sauerstoff
Oxygen
Ossigeno
Oxygène
CO
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H 2O
O
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CO
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Wasser
Water
Acqua
Eau
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≈ 2,0 kg
33 c
m
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Overview of technical data and spare parts
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1. I M P O R TA N T I N F O R M AT I O N
General warning and safety instructions
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Before installing the appliance
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INFORMATION ON HEATING PRACTICE
Suitable fuels and quantities
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Fuel quantities
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Maximum fuel quantities
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Clean combustion
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Burning of wood
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2 . I N S TA L L AT I O N O F T H E A P P L I A N C E
Changing the smoke flue supports
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Installing the side wall
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Changing the draw deflector
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Changing the draw plate
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Connecting to the chimney
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3 . O P E R AT I O N
Firing up
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The ash drawer
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Actuation of the vibrating grate
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Damper settings for nominal heating performance
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4. CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
General maintenance
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TROUBLESHOOTING
What to do if . . . ?
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5. G UARANTE E
We guarantee
55 - 56
Guarantee card
55 - 56
E X P L A N A T I O N
Important instructions
Practical advice
Use the fold out plan for assistance
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O F
S Y M B O L S
T E C H N I C A L DATA
S PA R E PA R T S - O V E R V I E W
(Fig. 1)
(Fig. 3 - 8)
As a domestic heater of construction type 1,
already been provided for use with other
ovens and hearths using solid or liquid fuels,
provided that the dimensions of the flue are
not at variance with the requirements of
DIN 4705, Part 3.
TECHNICAL DATA
Dimensions (mm) and weights (kg)
Height
860
Width
690
Depth
545
Weight
1 30
Weight with ceramic casing
–
Smoke flue outlet diameter
1 30
Heat retaining compartment, width x depth
390 x 245
Nominal heating power (DIN 18891)
6 kW
Maximum heating power
8 kW
Space heating capacity (m3) dependent on house insulation
60 - 1 1 0
Exhaust gas values for multiple use of the
chimney in accordance with DIN 4705, Part
3/chimney dimensions to DIN 4705, Part 2
Exhaust gas mass flow g/s
closed
–
Exhaust gas temperatur °C
closed
330°
closed
0. 1 2
at 0.8 x Nwl
0.08
Minimum delivery pressure at
Nominal heating power, mbar
The owner of the small firing equipment or
person responsible for the disposal of the
small firing equipment is required to retain
the technical documentation and to present
it on demand for inspection by the authorities or the chimney sweep.
PAC K AG I N G
(Fig. 2)
Your first impression is important to us!
- The packing used for your domestic
- The packaging of your new domestic
heater is largely environmentally neutral.
heater offers excellent protection against
The wood in the packaging is not surface
treated and can therefore be burnt in your
heater.
The cardboard and sheeting (PE) can be
disposed of at public refuse disposal facilities
for re-cycling.
damage. Nevertheless, damage can occur to
the heater and the accessories during transportation.
Therefore please check your heater on receipt
to ensure it is complete and free from damage!
Inform your dealer of any shortfalls without
delay!
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Subject to technical and optical modifications as well as typographical errors and misprints.
this unit can be connected to a flue that has
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DESCRIPTION
01 Side wall left, black
Side wall left, ruby red
Side wall left, emerald
Side wall left, blue
Side wall left, white
02 Warming plate, black
Warming plate, ruby red
Warming plate, emerald
Warming plate, blue
Warming plate, white
03 Secondary air damper
04 Circular trim, black
05 Spacer sleeve
06 Side wall right, black
Side wall right, ruby red
Side wall right, emerald
Side wall right, blue
Side wall right, white
07 Smoke flue support
08 Cast lid
09 Upper oven hinge
10 Sleeve
11 Cast doors
12 Lower oven hinge
13 Base plate
14 Vibrating grate actuator
15 Vibrating grate lever
16 Cover plate
17 Rear wall
18 Vermiculite plate 1
19 Door lock, complete
20 Door handle, complete
21 Fireclay side
22 Vibrating plate
23 Floor grate
24 Damper
25 Ash tray, complete
26 Draught deflector
27 Vermiculite plate 2
28 Draught plate
29 Door glass
30 Wood collector
31 Round sealing cord
32 Floor fireclay, front
33 Ash drawer - handle
34 Cast base
35 Side wall holder
36 Floor fireclay, side
37 Handle sleeve
38 Handle, screw
39 Screwed stop pin
40 Heat barrier
41 Cast cover
42 Clamping bolt
43 Tension spring
44 Threaded rod
45 Washer
1. I M P O R TA N T I N F O R M AT I O N
GENERAL WARNING AND
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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bited.
The introductory general warning and
safety instructions must be unconditionally observed
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Only an approved means of transport,
distancefrom the heating appliance -
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Danger of fire!
be used to transport your heating appliance.
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Your heating appliance is not suitable for
When operating your heating appliance,
the use of easily flammable and explosive
use as a ladder or supporting platform.
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Frames or racks for drying items of clothing,
or similar, must be placed at an adequate
with adequate load carrying capacity must
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Do not dry items of washing on the
appliance.
Before commissioning the heater, read
this handbook thoroughly in its entirety.
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The placing of non-heat resistant objects
on or near the heating appliance is prohi-
substances in the same or an adjoining room
is prohibited.
The burning of fuel releases heat energy,
leading to considerable heating of the
surface of the heating appliance, the doors,
BEFORE INSTALLING THE APPLIANCE
the door and operating handles, the door
1 .1 Floor load capacity:
glazing , the smoke flue and in some circum-
Before installing the appliance, make sure
stances, the front wall of the appliance
that the load carrying capacity of the floor
Contact with these components without
sub-structure is adequate to withstand the
appropriate protective wear, such as heat
weight of the heater.
protective gloves, or actuating means, must
be avoided.
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SAFETY DISTANCES (Minimum distances) Fig. 7
Make your children aware of these special
1. For non-combustible objects
a > 100 mm
b > 400 mm
dangers and ensure that they do not have
2. For combustible objects and supporting walls
in reinforced concrete
a > 200 mm
b > 800 mm
c > 200 mm
access to the appliance when it is in use.
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Burn exclusively the approved heating
materials stated in the section on “Clean
1 . 2 Smoke flue connection
combustion”.
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c > 100 mm
Smoke flues are a special source of danger
The combustion or introduction of readily
in view of the poisonous gas outlet and fire
combustible or explosive matter, such as
hazard. Engage the services of a franchised
empty spray cans and the like, into the
dealer for their location and installation.
combustion chamber, or their storage in
close proximity to the appliance is strictly
When connecting your flue to the heater in
forbidden, due to the danger of explosion.
the vicinity of wood clad walls, please observe
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the appropriate installation guidelines.
No loose or bulky or easily flammable
clothing should be worn when attending
the heating process.
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1.3
1.7
Be sure to note the build-up of flue gases
When opening the doors on your appliance
under unfavourable weather conditions
and when actuating the controls, use the
(Weather inversion) and the flue draft
tools provided with your heater for these
behaviour.
purposes, i.e. the protective gloves and the
If too little air for combustion is taken in,
operating tools.
this can lead to fumes in the room in which
escape of flue gases. In addition, damaging
Heating appliance - Construction type 1
deposits can be formed in the appliance
(BA 1):
and in the chimney.
This must only be operated with the fire-
In the event of the escape of fumes, let the
box door closed.
fire go out and check that all the air inlet
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openings are unobstructed and that the
The fire box door must only be opened for
flue gas ducting and flue are clean. In case
the charging of fuel and must then be clo-
of doubt, advise a registered chimney
sed again, otherwise this can lead to the
sweep, since inadequate draft conditions
endangering of other fire places/heating
may be associated with your chimney.
appliances also connected to the chimney.
1.4
1 . 9 .1
Before adding new fuel, rake the existing
When the appliance is not being used, the
incandescent residue into a single bed of
firebox door should be kept closed.
material.
1 .10
1.5
The use of wet material as fuel, with too
Only use the tool specified in our range of
much throttling , can lead to sooting-up of
accessories for the purpose of raking the
the chimney, i.e. to the deposit of easily
material together and ensure that no glowing
flammable substances such as soot and tar,
ashes fall from the combustion chamber
possibly leading to a chimney fire.
onto combustible material.
Should this occur, close all air inlets and
1.6
flaps. Call the fire service and withdraw to a
Brown coal briquettes, separated by about
place of safety, together with all the
a finger’s breadth should be laid in a single
occupants of the building.
layer on the glowing material.
Caution: Due to the size of the fire box door,
it is necessary, particularly during heating up,
when the flames are high, not to open the
door too abruptly, in order to prevent the
emergence of flames from the appliance.
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1.8
the appliance is located, or result in the
I N F O R M AT I O N O N H E AT I N G P R A C T I C E
SUITABLE FUELS AND QUANTITIES
MAXIMUM FUEL QUANTITIES
Your appliance is basically suitable for
Wood: (Fig. 12, 13)
the burning of dry chopped firewood. In
2 logs
addition, you can burn fuels such as wood
Wood briquettes (Broken):
briquettes and brown coal briquettes.
2 items
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Use only dry material for burning. The
approx. 1 kg
approx. 1 kg
burning of refuse of any kind, particularly
Control of the power output of your appli-
plastics, will damage your appliance and the
ance is obtained by means of the air intake
chimney and is prohibited by the statutory
damper (Fig. 8 and Fig. 4, 5). Since the
regulations on emissions.
power of your firing appliance is also
dependent on the chimney draft, this air
intake damper must be regulated in accor-
FUEL QUANTITIES
dance with your own experience of the
The appliance is designed with a flat firing
operation of the system.
layout, due to its style of construction. This
means that only one layer of fuel must be
Operation of the secondary air intake regulator, the primary air intake regulator and the
vibrating grate lever, must only be undertaken
using the claw tool provided.
placed on the existing glowing embers
when re-charging. Please note, that if a
greater quantity of fuel is added to your
firing appliance, it will output more heat
and will heat up in excess of the intended
design limits. This may result in damage to
the appliance.
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Satisfying the challenges of our time
2. THE CORRECT QUANTITY AND
SIZES OF WOOD FUEL
implies the acceptance of responsibility.
The conservation of nature is now one of
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our greatest challenges. Our products are
ting. The material is overloaded and your
developments that correspond to the latest
appliance generates undesirable flue gas
state of the art technology. This is an essen-
values.
tial prerequisite for the clean, efficient
Too much wood fuel results in overhea-
Too little wood fuel, or the use of logs
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and law-abiding functioning of our firing
that are too large, results in the firing
appliances.
CLEAN COMBUSTION
ting temperature.
The following are important to the achieve-
values.
This also results in undesirable flue gas
ment of clean combustion:
Correct quantity of wood fuel:
(Fig. 13)
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1. THE WOOD TO BE BURNED MUST BE
DRY AND UNTREATED. (Fig. 16)
≈ 2.0 kg / 2 logs for one laying (Standard
Standard value ‹ 15 % rel. humidity in the
amount).
wood.
Caution: Only wood briquettes and brown coal
briquettes are to be burned in your firing appliance. Under no circumstances must plastics,
treated wood materials (e.g. chipboard), pit
coal and textiles be burned.
2 - 3 years drying and well ventilated storage.
A chimney-installed firing appliance is not a
“refuse incinerator”. The burning of refuse and
non-permitted material such as plastic, treated
wood, etc., renders the guarantee null and
void! Further consequences are damage to and
soiling of the equipment and chimney - and of
the environment!
BURNING OF WOOD (Fig. 11)
The clean burning of wood corresponds to
the same chemical process as natural rotting , i.e. the liberated CO 2 (carbon dioxide)
does not increase or debit the balance of
CO 2 in the atmosphere.
Plant
Growth
Wood
CO 2 - content
Rotting of wood
Burning of wood
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appliance not reaching the optimum opera-
2 . I N S TA L L AT I O N O F T H E A P P L I A N C E
CHANGING THE SMOKE FLUE SUPPORT
CHANGING THE DRAW DEFLECTOR
From top connection, Fig. 14
Should you need to unscrew the draw
To bottom connection, Fig. 15
deflector (Fig. 3, Part 26, 27) on your oven,
or the vermiculite panel in it for cleaning or
First unscrew the left and right heat protec-
replacement due to breakage, unscrew the
tion plates (Fig. 6). Then loosen the 4 fixing
two fixing screws (Fig. 10) and lift the
screws for the rear wall and lift it to the
component from the combustion chamber.
side.
The vermiculite plate is merely inserted in
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The two hexagonal head screws that secure
position and can now be easily replaced.
the flue support system are now accessible.
Loosen both of these and rotate the support
CHANGING THE DRAW PLATE
through 180 ˚ .
If the draw plate is also to be changed (Fig.
Before reinstallation in the reverse sequence,
3, Part 28), lift the draw deflector out after
the cover plate (Fig. 3, part 16) is removed
loosening the two fixing screws as described
from the rear wall.
in the previous item.
Now lift the draw plate slightly to one side
INSTALLATION OF LEFT AND RIGHT
SIDE WALL
and remove the fireclay side. The draw plate
can now be tilted, turned, and removed
As when changing the flue support, first
from the combustion chamber opening.
unscrew the two heat protection plates, left
The vermiculite panel is only inserted by
and right (Fig. 6).
hand and can easily be removed.
Now take one side wall and slide it from
the front, with the two suspension lugs,
Before initial commissioning or after re-locating the appliance, cleaning and servicing,
make sure that the draw plate (Fig. 3, Part
28), the draw-deflector (Fig. 3, Part 26),
and the wood collector (Fig. 3, Part 30)
are correctly positioned.
When using a flue with a throttle flap, this
must be open.
into the side wall holder (Fig. 6 - 1).
Slight tilting of the side wall when inserting eases the process. The side wall is now
screwed to the housing , via the fixing straps
(Fig. 6 - 2).
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On this firing appliance, it is necessary to
ensure that the chimney draft reaches at
least the prescribed value (> 0.8 mbar).
If there is a problem in achieving this value,
contact your chimney sweep/maintenance
engineer.
Under no circumstances must the appliance
be pushed over an unprotected floor.
A suitable covering for the floor is provided
by using strong corrugated paper, carton or,
for example, a piece of used carpet. The
aplliance can be safely pushed over such a
protective layer.
CONNECTION TO THE CHIMNEY
brick-built chimney, the following proce-
If you do not use our original flue compo-
dure is recommended:
nent for the chimney connection (Fig. 9),
then we recommend the use of a tube
1. Measure out and mark-off the position
manufactured from steel sheet at least
of the chimney connection (if necessary,
2 mm thick. Under no circumstances must
taking account of the base plate thick-
the connection component protrude into
ness).
the chimney duct itself! Seal the gap bet-
2. Chisel out (or drill out) the hole in the
ween the flue pipe and the shell lining with
masonry work.
a ceramic seal.
3. Brick in the shell lining.
The installation must satisfy the relevant
safety and building regulations. Please contact
your registered chimney sweep/maintenance
engineer. Who will be pleased to advise you.
First seal the shell lining with mineral wool.
Then fill the area with heat-resistant mortar
or equally suitable filler.
4. When the mortar has hardened and
If you use a “system” chimney (e.g. glazed
fireclay) - we would advise you to follow
precisely the connection instructions of the
manufacurer.
after the filling and smoothing , position
the base plate and floor protection
(Carton).
5. The unit can now be lifted carefully onto
the base plate.
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On establishing a new connection in a
3 . O P E R AT I O N
Wait until the soft wood chippings are well
FIRING UP (Fig. 17)
burnt through.
In order to suppress the emission of pollu-
Two minutes later, close the vibrating grate
tants as far as possible, we would ask you -
actuator (Part 14) and the primary air damper
for the sake of the environment - to adhere
(Part 24). Several minutes later, set the
to the following instructions for heating up
secondary air damper (Part 3) to the middle
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your firing appliance.
position and approx. 6 minutes later adjust
1.
it to the ideal setting (Fig. 5 - engraved
If your appliance and chimney are cold, or if
marking).
low atmospheric pressure prevails, it is
4.
recommended that initially you burn some
When the burning has finished, lay about
paper, to “drive” the coldness from the
2 kg of wood (2 logs) in the firebox. Open
appliance and the chimney.
the vibrating grate actuator (Part 14) and
the primary air damper (Part 24), until the
Please do not use gloss paper or paper from
magazines. These types of paper do not
burn well and they generate very poisonous
substances in the flue gases.
wood is burning well (approx. 2 min.). The
secondary air damper (Part 3) should
remain at the ideal setting.
For each further layer of fuel, proceed in
2.
the same way.
When heating up, first lay 1 kg of wood (2
5.
logs) on the combustion chamber floor.
The remnants of the combustion on the
Then place some uncoated paper on top,
firebox floor are the mineral components
with 0.8 kg soft wood chippings and 1 kg of
wood (2 logs) - (Fig. 17).
of the wood (approx. 1 %).
3.
plants in the garden, because it is a purely
Now ignite the paper. Pull the vibrating
natural product. However, the ash should
grate actuator (Fig. 8, Part 14) fully out
first be left to accumulate and then be
and open the primary air damper (Fig. 8,
“quenched” with water.
This ash is an excellent fertiliser for all the
Part 24) and the secondary air damper
(Fig. 4).
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Caution: Burning embers can still be present
in the ash. Therefore only empty the ash into
a non-flammable container and do not place
the ash drawer on flammable surfaces.
THE ENAMEL APPLIED TO YOUR HEATING
APPLIANCE BECOMES FULLY HARDENED
THROUGH HEATING DURING INITIAL USE.
- Do not touch the surface during initial
heating. It will still be soft.
- To draw off the fumes that are liberated,
ensure that the area housing the appliance
is well ventilated and do not prepare food
in the vicinity of the appliance.
ACTUATION OF THE VIBRATING
GRATE
The translatory motion of the vibrating
red from the combustion chamber to the
ash drawer.
- The hardenimg of the surface will be
complete after several routine heating
operations.
This leaves the path clear in the combustion chamber for primary air - necessary for
the heating-up phase.
Please refer to Chapter 1 for details of the
wood fuel to be burned and the correct
heating procedure.
It is not necessary to activate the vibrating grate during the heating-up phase.
DAMPER SETTING FOR NOMINAL
HEATING PERFORMANCE
THE ASH DRAWER (Fig. 8)
In order to avoid excessive thermal stressing of the grate, the ash drawer should be
Wood/
Wood briquettes
Brown coal
briquettes.
Closed
1/2 open
Secondary air
1/2 open
1/4 open
Vibrating grate
Closed
Open
Fuel
emptied regularly.
Primary air
Never heat up the appliance with the ash
drawer open → Danger of over heating →
Guarantee is rendered null and void.
The setting “Primary air fully open” must
only be used as a heating-up setting.
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grate actuator causes the ash to be transfe-
- Heat up the appliance thoroughly - this will
shorten the hardening time.
4. CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
The black surface of the appliance is highly
GENERAL MAINTENANCE
heat-resistant and need only be cleaned
Your ESPRIT appliance has been designed
using a cloth (dampened if necessary). If
by our development team with the
the surface needs to be restored, then use
concepts of minimum maintenance and
only the original type of lacquer as stocked
long operating life very much in mind.
by your specialist dealer.
Certain cleaning operations and the checkin
of seals are necessary from time to time.
CONVECTION AIR OPENINGS
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The time between inspections depends to
a large extent on the quality of the wood
Clean off dust deposits from the convec-
you burn and frequency of use.
tion air openings regularly, using a source of
suction.
All maintenance and cleaning work must be
undertaken exclusively when the appliance
has completely cooled down.
Before the start of a new heating season,
the appliance should be thoroughly cleaned in order to avoid strong odours during
operation.
A REMINDER
CLEANING THE FLUE GAS PATHS
(Once per year)
Only use wood that has been properly
stored, is dry and untreated.
Remove the fire tubes (Angled pipe - Fig. 9)
Use the correct quantity of fuel.
Brush off/suck out any deposits of soot
Poor fuel material can more than double the
number of maintenance activities that become
necessary.
and dust in the firing components and the
fire tubes.
At the start and finish of a heating period,
check the seals on the combustion cham-
SURFACE CONDITION AND
CLEANLINESS
ber door and on the ash drawer.
The glass in the doors can be cleaned with
please order the appropriate replacement
a specially prepared cleaning medium. This
items.
If the seals are damaged or very worn, then
is obtainable from your specialist dealer. If
the glass becomes very severely sooted,
Only intact seals will guarantee the proper
functioning of your firing appliance. Loose
seals should be reattached using Thermohit
seal adhesive.
this could be caused through burning damp
wood.
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TROU B L ESHOOTI NG
What to do if ...?
Problem
Reason
Solution
Basically: From time to time (depen-
1. Ceramic glass
pane soots up
ding on usage), each glass
too quickly
pane must be cleaned using a special
glass cleaner (e.g. the “Thermohit”
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Poor draft
Discuss with chimney sweep/maintenance engineer (if necessary raise
the chimney or fit a chimney cap).
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Incorrect regulation
Adjust the air damper in accordance
with the operating instructions (if
the secondary air is closed-off, the
glass pane will soot up very quickly,
but under normal specified operating conditions, it may burn off
again)
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Too much fuel
See item “Max. fuel quantities”
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Wet wood
See item “Clean combustion” - if
necessary, use wood briquettes (these
are uniformly dry)
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Wrong fuel
or: The glass panes dirty quicker when
using coal briquettes, than when using
wood
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Chimney draw is inadequate
See item ”Inform. on heating practice.”
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Appliance is sooted up inside
See item “Cleaning and maintenance”
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Weather influence
See item “Firing up”
burn properly
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Incorrect heating up
See item “Firing up”
4. Appliance smells
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Burning-in phase
See item “Operation” (Hardening of
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Appliance is dusty/dirty
See item “Convection air openings”
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Burning-in phase not
See item “Operation” (Hardening of
completed properly
the lacquer)
Chimney draw inadequate,
Check connections and re-seal if
flue connection not sealing
necessary
2. Appliance does not
draw properly
3. Appliance does not
strongly and there
is smoke outside
5. Lacquer does not
the lacquer)
harden
6. Escape of fumes on
relaying and during
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the heating phase
If, after referring to this troubleshooting guide, your problem persists, contact your specialist dealer or
registered chimney sweep/maintenance engineer.
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brand)
5 anni per un funzionamento corretto di tutte le parti in
acciaio. La garanzia include difetti di materiale e di lavorazione. Condizione fondamentale alla prestazione di garanzia è la corretta installazione ed il corretto funzionamento
dell’apparecchio, conformemente al presente manuale d’istruzioni. L’allacciamento deve essere effettuato da un
tecnico specializzato.
Sono esclusi dalla garanzia:
PARTI SOGGETTE AD USURA COME:
➧ Vetro
N O U S
G A R A N T I S S O N S
Nous garantissons pendant 5 ans la fonction irréprochable
de tous les composants en acier. La garantie englobe les
défauts de matériel et de fabrication. La condition pour la
prestation de garantie est que l’appareil ait été installé et
mis en service conformément au présent manuel. Le
raccordement doit être effectué par un spécialiste.
Sont exclues de la garantie:
Les PIECES D’USURE comme
➧ Le verre
➧
Vernice
➧
Le vernis
➧
Rivestimenti sulla superficie
(per es. su maniglie, diaframmi)
➧
Les revêtements de surface
(par ex. sur les poignées, caches)
➧
Guarnizioni
➧
Les joints
➧
Griglia di fondo
➧
La grille au sol
➧
Mattonelle refrattarie
➧
Les chamottes
➧
Ceramiche
➧
Les céramiques
➧
Pietre naturali
➧
Les pierres naturelles
DANNI, originati dalla mancata osservanza delle direttive
del produttore riguardo il funzionamento dell’apparecchio
(per es. surriscaldamento, combustione di materiale non
idoneo, ecc.)
Les ENDOMMAGEMENTS causés par le non-respect des
prescriptions du fabricant sur l’utilisation de l’appareil (par
ex. surchauffe, combustion de matériaux non appropriés, ...).
La RICHIESTA DI GARANZIA deve essere documentata
dalla ricevuta e dal tagliando di garanzia compilato in ogni
sua parte. La SOSTITUZIONE IN GARANZIA include la
consegna gratuita di parti di ricambio. La manodopera e la
trasferta non sono coperte dalla garanzia del produttore.
Tutti gli altri eventuali costi (per es. trasporto, riparazione,
ecc.) che il produttore deve sostenere in seguito ad una
richiesta di garanzia non legittima, verranno addebitati
all’utente.
Le droit à la garantie doit être prouvé par la présentation
de la facture et de la carte de garantie entièrement
remplie. Le REMPLACEMENT EN GARANTIE comprend la
livraison gratuite des pièces de rechange. Le temps de
travail et de déplacement ne sont pas acquittés par la
garantie du fabricant.
Tous les coûts éventuels (par ex.: transport, réparation, ...)
occasionnés au fabricant par un recours injustifié à la
garantie sont facturés à l’utilisateur.
GARANZIA/GARANTIE
Kunde/Customer/Cliente/Client
An/To/A/A
Marke
Stamp
Marca
Timbre
Art. Nr. 111120
G A R A N T I A M O
Prod.-Nr. 02/2001
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5 Jahre für eine einwandfreie Funktion von allen Bauteilen
aus Stahl. Die Garantie umfaßt Defekte an Material und
Verarbeitung. Voraussetzung für die Garantieleistung ist,
daß das Gerät gemäß vorliegendem Handbuch installiert
und betrieben wurde. Der Anschluß muß durch einen entsprechenden Fachmann erfolgen.
5 years unimpared functioning of all steel components.
The Guarantee includes material defects and defective
treatment. A condition of this Guarantee is that the appliance has been installed and operated in accordance with
this handbook. The connection must be carried out by an
appropriate specialist.
Ausgenommen von der Garantie sind:
The following are excluded from the guarantee:
VERSCHLEISSTEILE wie
Glas
PARTS SUBJECT TO WEAR, such as
➧ Glass
➧
➧
Lack
➧
Lacquer finish
➧
Oberflächenbeschichtungen (z. B. auf Griffe, Blenden)
➧
Surface coating (e.g. on handles)
➧
Dichtungen
➧
Seals
➧
Bodenrost
➧
Floor grate
➧
Schamottsteine
➧
Fireclay bricks
➧
Keramiken
➧
Ceramics
➧
Natursteine
➧
Natural stone
SCHÄDEN,
die
durch
Nichtbeachtung
der
Herstellervorschriften zum Betrieb des Gerätes entstehen
(z. B.: Überhitzung , Verbrennung von ungeeigneten
Materialien, ...)
Der GARANTIEANSPRUCH ist durch Rechnung und vollständig ausgefüllte Garantiekarte nachzuweisen. Der
GARANTIEERSATZ umfaßt die kostenlose Lieferung von
Ersatzteilen. Arbeitszeiten und Wegzeiten werden nicht
durch die Herstellergarantie abgegolten.
Alle etwaigen Kosten (z. B.: Transport, Reparatur, ...) die
dem Hersteller durch eine ungerechtfertigte Garantieinanspruchnahme entstehen, werden dem Betreiber rückbelastet.
DAMAGE caused by non-observance of the manufacturer’s
instructions for operation of the appliance (e.g. Overheating , burning of unsuitable materials, etc.)
GUARANTEE CLAIMS are to be supported by production
of the invoice and the fully completed guarantee card.
The GUARANTEE covers the free delivery of spare parts.
Working hours and travelling time are not covered by the
Manufacturer’s Guarantee.
All costs (e.g. transport, repairs, etc.) incurred by the
manufacturer due to an unjustified Guarantee claim are
borne by the operator.
✃
GARANTIE/GUARANTEE
Händlerstempel/Dealers stamp/Timbro del rivenditore/
Cachet du revendeur:
Kaufdatum/Date of purchase/Data d’acquisto/Date d’achat:
Modellname/Name of model/Nome modello/Nom du modèle:
angeschlossen von/Installed by/Allacciato da/Raccordé le:
Nummern des Typenschildes auf der Ofenrückseite:
Number of the type plate on the rear of the appliance:
Numeri della targa modello sul retro della stufa:
Numéros de la plaque signalétique à l’arrière du poêle:
Hersteller No./Manufacturer No./Nr. produttore/N° de fabricant:
Serien No./Serial No./Nr. serie/N° de série:
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