Operating instructions | DeLonghi 634H Electric Heater User Manual

RADIANT HEATER
SAFETY INSTRUCTION
(Keep in a safe place)
SPARE COPIES OF THIS LEAFLET CAN BE
OBTAINED FROM YOUR DEALER
manifactured by DE’LONGHI Via L.Seitz, 47
TREVISO 31100 ITALY
U.K. AGENT:
De’Longhi LTD.
15/16 Bridle Close - Stewarts Road
Finedon Industrial Estate
Wellingborough
Tel. 01933442040
HEATER SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS. (KEEP IN A SAFE PLACE).
SPARE COPIES OF THIS LEALET CAN BE OBTAINED FROM YOUR DEALER
INSTRU
CTION
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ALWAYS use Heater in accordance with
instructions supplied with each Heater. Keep
instructions in a safe place.
DO NOT position Heater close to chairs
and fabrics
DO NOT move Heater from room to room
when it is lit.
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DO NOT place clothes or other materials on
the Heater, as apart from the danger of fire
their presence could affect the efficient
working of the appliance.
A LEAK WILL SMELL
IF a leak is suspected, turn the gas off at the
cylinder. DO NOT disconnect the regulator.
Extinguish all naked lights. Check all connections.
Slowly turn the gas on and brush the connectors
with soapy water or liquid detergent - a gas leak
will form bubbles. If a leak is found turn the gas off
and inform your Dealer. DO NOT use the heater
again until it has been inspected by your Dealer. If
the cylinder valve appears to be leaking when
turned off, refit the Black Branch Cap or Orange
valve Cap.
- This appliance MUST NOT be used in a basement, high rise flats, bathrooms or bedrooms and in rooms having volume less than
15 m3 (30m3 in living rooms) for three burner models; 18m3 (36m3 in living rooms) for two burner models.
DO NOT position Heater alongside a wall or
near curtains, etc. ALWAYS face Heater
towards centre of room.
Special care should be taken if the Heater is
on a surface where it can move or twist on its
wheels or castors if knocked by a child or
dog, etc.
- Be sure installation is complying to local standard.
- Do not install the appliance in a room which might contain gas, oil or sulphur, or near sources of heat.
- The heater you have purchased is fitted with safety devices which come on in the event of malfunctioning while the appliance is in use. If
the pilot (placed opposite the burner) accidentally goes out, or if the room is not sufficiently ventilated, the safety device will block the gas
flow, causing the heater to go off.
VENTILATION
USE ONLY IN WELL VENTILATED ROOM.
DO NOT CHANGE CYLINDERS IN THE PRESENCE OF NAKED LIGHTS.
NEVER USE A MATCH OR NAKED FLAME TO SEARCH FOR LEAKS.
ASSEMBLY
Gas cylinder
compartment
1) Place the gas cylinder in the gas cylinder
compartment and connect the regulator to
the cylinder as shown on page 3.
Slot
2) To fit the backcover, insert the two tabs
located on the left-hand side of the
backcover into the corresponding slots in
the cabinet. Then insert the tab on the
right hand side into its slot.
IMPORTANT: to remove the backcover,
lift the backcover and pull clear of the
slots.
Tabs
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MODEL No. 634R SWITCH ON REGULATOR
Suitable for Calor Switch-on (21 mm) Gas Bottle
Connecting the cylinder
ROTATE the plastic cap on the CYLINDER VALVE until
the arrow points out through the gap in the valve shroud.
PULL the lanyard out, then upwards. The cap will lift off
the valve. Do not use tools. Leave the cap hanging down
from the valve while the cylinder is in use.
Assembly on the gas cylinder
OPEN
Make sure that:
- all taps on the consuming appliace are closed;
- the connecting pipe to the appliance is correctly fitted;
- The Quick-on regulator handle is in the closed position (fig. 3).
With no flame on, remove the seal cap on the cylinder automatic valve, place the
Quick-on onto the automatic valve and push down firmly and vertically. You will hear a
“click” sound which means the regulator is securely latched (fig. 4).
Handle vertically
flame On
Handle horizontally
flame Off
CLOSED
Note: Quick-on is so designed as to prevent it from being fitted to the valve, unless the
regulator handle is in the closed position; therefore, never attempt to mount or dismount
it, if the handle is not in this position.
fig.3
Operation
Once the Quick-on is correctly mounted on the valve, gas supply is possible by turning
the regulator handle upwards (counterclockwise).
To shut off the gas supply, reverse above procedure; an arrow engraved on the handle
indicates the closing direction (fig.3).
Symbols engraved on the bonnet show how to operate the regulator handle.
CAUTION: if you are unable, to open the regulator handle, this means that your Quikon is not correctly connected to the valve. Do not force the handle to open, instead start
again the operations described above in 3.
GAS OFF
fig.4
Replacement of a cylinder
Make sure that:
- all taps on the consuming appliance are in the closed position.
- the Quick-on regulator handle is in the closed position.
Then, dismount the Quick-on by pressing horizontally on the handle and pulling
upwards at the same time (fig.5).
Do not attempt to carry out this operation with the regulator handle in the open position.
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GAS OFF
fig.5
GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Type
Category
See Rating
label
Max.output
Kw
4.2
g/h
305
Med.output
Kw
2.85
g/h
207
Low output
Kw
1.50
g/h
109
Gas
Presure
Gas
combustion air
quantity
8.4 m3/h
28-30 mbar
this appliance is designed to operate with butane, at nominal pressure: 28÷30 mbar
CYLINDER VALVE
If heater does not competely extinguish, including pilot, when gas is turned off at the regulator, do not remove regulator. Return valve
to open position and leave heater alight, which is perfectly safe, until attended to by the gas supplier.
Regulators, Hoses and clips
Check that tubing is completely over the nozzles at each end of the tubing and that is held firmly in place by tube clips. Examine
flexible tubing regularly and get your Dealer to fit new tubing 400 mm long if perished, worn or
damaged. L.P.G. ATTACKS NATURAL RUBBER-USE ONLY TUBING TO B.S. 3212 TYPE 2 SUPPLIED
BY YOUR DEALER.
Avoid bending or constricting the rubber tube when the pressure regulator is connected to the gas
cylinder.
A REGULATOR B.S. 3016 SET AT 28 MBAR (11.2 IN W.G.) for butane must de connected to the
appliance with the above tubing, using suitable tube clips.
VENTILATION
USE ONLY IN A WELL VENTILATED ROOM
Adequate ventilation must be provided in rooms in which the heater is use. This ensures removal of the products combustion and
allows the entry of replacement air.
Adequate ventilation should considerably reduce the possibility of condensation accurring.
The following table shows the smallest size of room suitable for each heat setting and the ventilation which must be provided.
Heating Setting
Room
Size
MIN
15 m3
MAX
42 m3
MED
28,5 m3
Room
Vent
105 cm2
MAINTENANCE
Ensure that the heater is kept free of dust. When the heater is not in use it should be covered and stored in a dust-free place. Stains
on the exterior should be removed with soapy solution when the heater is cold. Dry with a polishing cloth. DO NOT use abrasive
cleaners which will damage the paint finishes.
Refer any major maintenance to your Local Authorised Dealer. Major servicing should be carried out annually. If in doubt refer to your
authorised dealer.
SAFETY GUARD
The guard on this appliance conforms to the requirements of B.S. 1945: 1971 and satisfies the heater appliance (fireguards)
regulations. The guard is to prevent risk of fire or injury from burns and no part of it should be permanently removed. It does not give
full protection for young children or the infirm.
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Positioning the heater:
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DO NOT place clothes or other materials on the heater.
DO NOT position heater close to chairs or fabrics
DO NOT MOVE the heater across the room when lit.
DO NOT POSITION the heater alongside a wall or near curtains etc.
ALWAYS face the heater towards the centre of the room.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Before connecting a gas container and operating this appliance, please read the heater safety instructions and the operating
instructions given below - spare copies may be obtained from your authorised dealer.
The gas is turned on and off at the cylinder.
The heat input and spark for ignition are controlled by the knob situated at the top right hand side of the heater.
LIGHTING THE HEATER:
1) Turn on the gas cylinder by either:
OPEN
Turn the regulator gas switch anti- clockwise to the vertical position
Handle verically
flame On
(Model No.634R)
Handle horizontally
flame Off
CLOSED
2. FROM ● POSITION, fully depress the control knob, and turn to
position (small flame). If pilot does not ignite return to
starting position and repeat). Continue to fully depress the knob for a further 10 seconds to allow the thermocouple probe to
heat up, then turn the knob to the required heat setting.
CONTROL OF THE HEAT OUTPUT:
For low output - leave control knob in position
(small flame)
For full output - slightly depress knob and rotate to position
(big flame)
For medium output - slightly depress knob and rotate to position
(medium flame)(only on some models)
TURNING-OFF THE HEATER
The heater will only be totally “OFF” when the supply of gas from the cylinder has been turned “OFF” at the regulator valve. After each
use the appliance must be turned “OFF” at the regulator valve.
Turn the regulator gas switch clockwise to the
position (Model No. 634R)
GAS OFF
DO NOT ATTEMPT to relight until FIVE minutes have elapsed.
WARNING FOR SWITCH-ON SYSTEM:
When the heat is alight, NEVER turn the switch on the cylinder to the disconnect position. Wait until heat and pilot go out, then and only
then, should the switch be turned to the disconnect position if the cylinder requires changing.
It is dangerous to switch to the disconnect position when the heater is alight.
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