Logic HE Conventional Flue Combined Controls Installation

Logic HE Conventional Flue Combined Controls Installation
Logic HE™ Range
Conventional Flue
Instructions for Use, Installation and Servicing
For use in GB, IE (Great Britain and Republic of Ireland)
IMPORTANT
THE OUTER CASING, FRONT AND GLASS PANEL BECOME EXTREMELY HOT DURING OPERATION AND
WILL RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY AND BURNS IF TOUCHED. IT IS THEREFORE RECOMMENDED THAT A
FIREGUARD COMPLYING WITH BS 8423:2002 IS USED IN THE PRESENCE OF YOUNG CHILDREN, THE
ELDERLY OR INFIRM.
This product contains a Heat resistant glass panel. This panel should be checked during Installation and at each servicing interval. If any
damage is observed on the front face of the glass panel (scratches, scores, cracks or other surface defects), the glass panel must be
replaced and the appliance must not be used until a replacement is installed. Under no circumstances should the appliance be used if any
damage is observed, the glass panel is removed or broken.
It is essential that ALL of the screws that retain the glass frame are replaced and tightened correctly. Under no circumstances should the
appliance be operated if any of these screws are loose or missing.
These Instructions must be left with the appliance for future reference and for consultation when servicing the appliance. Please make the
customer aware of the correct operation of the appliance before leaving these instructions with them.
The commissioning sheet found on Page 3 of this Instruction manual must be completed by the Installer prior to leaving the premises.
PR1868 Issue 2 (November 2014)
Contents
Logic HE Conventional Flue
Covering the following models:
Gas
Type
Logic He Cf
Manual Control
Remote Control
Slide Control
Coal
White Stones
Coal
White Stones
Coal
White Stones
Nat Gas
101-151
101-324
101-088
101-131
101-037
101-110
LPG
101-497
101-651
101-614
101-649
101-444
101-597
Appliance Commissioning Checklist.......................3
User Instructions........................................................4
Installation Instructions...........................................11
Technical Specification for White Stone Effect ......................... 11
Technical Specification for Coal Effect ..................................... 12
Site Requirements..................................................................... 15
Installation................................................................................. 17
Commissioning.......................................................................... 26
Servicing Instructions..............................................27
Fault Finding.............................................................................. 27
How to replace parts................................................................. 30
Basic spare parts list - White Stone Effect................................ 39
Basic spare parts list - Coal Effect............................................ 40
Service Records........................................................................ 41
2
To receive your Extended Warranty your Gazco appliance must have
been purchased from our Expert Retailer Network and registered within
one month of purchase or installation. Please note that all warranties
are effective from the date of purchase. Any Gazco product purchased
outside of our Extended Retailer Network, or not registered within the
stated time will carry a standard 12 month warranty.
It is a condition of the Extended Warranty that the installation
complies with the relevant Building Regulations and is carried out
by a suitably trained and qualified individual (GasSafe in the UK or
equivalent in other countries) with the certificate of installation and the
Commissioning Report on Page 3 completed and retained by the end
user.
Full terms and conditions are detailed in the Warranty Statement on
the Gazco website www.gazco.com. In the event of any conflict of
information the wording on the website shall prevail.
Important Note: Should any problems be experienced with your
product, claims must first be submitted to the Expert Retailer where
the appliance was purchased from who will offer immediate assistance
or contact Gazco on your behalf.
Appliance Commissioning Checklist
To assist us in any guarantee claim please complete the following information:-
IMPORTANT NOTICE
Explain the operation of the appliance to the end user, hand the completed instructions to them for safe keeping,
as the information will be required when making any guaranteed claims.
FLUE CHECK
PASS
FAIL
1. Flue Is correct for appliance
2. Flue flow Test
3. Spillage Test
GAS CHECK
1. Gas soundness & let by test
2. Standing gas pressure
mb
3. Appliance working pressure (on High Setting)
mb
4. Gas rate
m3/h
NB All other gas appliances must be operating on full
5. Does Ventilation meet appliance requirements N/A
SAFETY CHECK
1. Glass checked to ensure no damage, scratches, scores or cracks.
2. Glass frame secured correctly and all screws replaced
RETAILER AND INSTALLER INFORMATION
Retailer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Installation Company. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Contact No.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Engineer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Date of Purchase. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Contact No.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Model No. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Gas Safe Reg No. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Serial No.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Date of Installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Gas Type. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
User Instructions
Welcome
Congratulations on purchasing your Logic HE fire, if
installed correctly Gazco hope it will give you many years of
warmth and pleasure for which it was designed.
The purpose of this manual is to familiarise you with your
appliance, and give guidelines for its installation, operation
and maintenance. If, after reading, you need further
information, please do not hesitate to contact your Gazco
retailer.
WARNING
1.4
No furnishings or other objects should be placed within
1 metre of the front of the appliance.
1.5
If a shelf is fitted, a distance of 400mm above the appliance
is required.
1.6
If any cracks appear in the glass panel do not use the
appliance until the panel has been replaced.
1.7
The decorative front will become hot during normal use and
should be treated as a working surface. It is recommended
that a suitable fireguard be used for the protection of young
children and the infirm.
1.8
This product is guaranteed for 5 years from the date of
installation, as set out in the terms and conditions of sale
between Gazco and your local Gazco retailer. Please
consult with your local Gazco retailer if you have any
questions. In all correspondence always quote the Model
Number and Serial Number.
In the event of a gas escape or if you can
smell gas, please take the following steps:
• Immediately turn off the gas supply at the
meter/emergency control valve
IMPORTANT: NEVER position a television or
screen above this appliance.
• Extinguish all sources of ignition
• Do not smoke
• Do not operate any electrical light or power
switches (On or Off)
• Ventilate the building(s) by opening doors
and windows
2.1
There are three types of control systems available for this
appliance:
• Ensure access to the premises can be made
1. Manually Operated Control
Please report the incident immediately to the
National Gas Emergency Service Call Centre
on 0800 111 999 (England, Scotland and Wales)
, 0800 002 001 (N. Ireland) or in the case of
LPG, the gas supplier whose details can be
found on the bulk storage vessel or cylinder.
2. Remote Control
3. Slide Control
Follow the relevant section for specific operation.
The gas supply must not be used until
remedial action has been taken to correct the
defect and the installation has been
recommissioned by a competent person.
2. Operating the Appliance
Manual Control
2.2
Locate the control valve on the appliance. It has a single
manual control, see Diagram 1:
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1. General
1.1
Installation and servicing must only be carried out by a
competent person whose name appears on the GasSafe
register. To ensure the engineer is registered with GasSafe
they should possess an ID Card carrying the following logo:
Rotate
anti-clockwise
Lighting the Pilot
2.3
1.2
1.3
4
In all correspondence, please quote the appliance type and
serial number, which can be found on the data badge
adjacent to the control knob.
Do not place curtains above the appliance:
You must have 300mm (1’) clearance between the
appliance and any curtains at either side.
Push the valve knob in and rotate anti-clockwise until two
clicks are heard.
The pilot should now be lit
2.4
Hold in for a further 10 seconds.
When released the pilot should remain lit
If the pilot does not remain lit, repeat until the operation is
successful.
User Instructions
Adjusting the Flame height
2.5
2.6
2.9
From the pilot position push the valve knob in slightly and
rotate anti-clockwise until the first stop point is felt.
This denotes the lowest setting.
Push the valve knob in slightly and rotate further in an anticlockwise direction.
The final stop point is the highest setting.
2
Off position
Press in the right-hand control knob and rotate anti-clockwise
until a click is heard. Continue to press in. The knob points to
the pilot ( ).
The pilot is lit.
2.10 Keep the knob depressed for 10 seconds before releasing.
The pilot remains lit.
Repeat the above steps if the pilot does not stay lit.
NOTE: If the pilot goes out, the Interlock system
prevents you lighting again for a short period.
2.11 If, after repeating the above steps the pilot does not light,
contact your Retailer or Installer.
Pilot
position
Low Setting
High Setting
2.12 Turn the right-hand control to point to main burner (
).
The appliance can now be controlled by the remote handset.
2.13 The Standard remote controls the appliance when:
YELLOW FLAMES APPEAR WHEN THE APPLIANCE HAS
REACHED SUFFICIENT HEAT – (10 TO 20 MINUTES).
IF THE APPLIANCE IS EXTINGUISHED OR GOES OUT IN
USE, WAIT 3 MINUTES BEFORE TRYING TO RELIGHT.
Switching OFF the Appliance
2.7
3
— the pilot is lit.
— the right-hand control points to main burner
operate position.
It regulates the temperature from low to high and back.
It can also turn the main burner off leaving just the pilot
burning and ready to operate.
To switch the appliance off turn the control knob clockwise
until it is returned to the off position, see Diagram 3.
ready to
5
Rotate clockwise
A
B
C
Rotate
clockwise
The knob should be upright.
Remote Control
The control valve is at the foot on the right-hand side of the
appliance. It has two controls, see Diagram 4:
1. The right-hand knob controls the pilot ignition
2. The left-hand knob controls the main burner
Lighting the Pilot
2.8
4
To start the left-hand and right-hand control knobs must both
point to off ( ):
To light the main burner:
2.14 Press buttons A & B simultaneously.
The remote’s LED light flashes to show communication
between the appliance's controls and the remote.
Adjusting the Flame height:
2.15 Press and hold buttons A & B simultaneously to increase the
flame height. A clicking sound indicates that the appliance is
at maximum.
2.16 Press and hold button C to decrease the flame height.
Continue to press C to turn off the main burner.
To make small adjustments to flame height:
2.17 Press and hold down button B and press button A once to
make a slight increase. This increases the temperature by
stages.
Repeat to further adjust.
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User Instructions
2.18 Press button C once to slightly reduce the flame height.
YELLOW FLAMES APPEAR WHEN THE APPLIANCE HAS
REACHED SUFFICIENT HEAT – (10 TO 20 MINUTES).
IF THE APPLIANCE IS EXTINGUISHED OR GOES OUT IN
USE, WAIT 3 MINUTES BEFORE TRYING TO RELIGHT.
Switching OFF the Appliance
THE REMOTE CONTROL CAN TURN THE MAIN
BURNER OFF AND LEAVE THE PILOT BURNING AND
READY TO RUN
.
2.19 To switch off the appliance completely (no pilot burning)
return both control knobs to the off position ( ).
Remote Control
2.20 To turn the main burner of the appliance off using the
handset press and keep pressing the Off button ( ) .
The main burner goes out leaving the pilot burning and
ready to operate
.
Controls on Appliance
2.21 Use the controls on the appliance to turn the appliance off
by turning the left-hand control knob until it points to Off ( ).
A click is heard and the main burner goes out leaving the
pilot burning and ready to operate
.
CAUTION: IN RARE INSTANCES, NOISES FROM
SOURCES OUTSIDE THE REMOTE CAN OPERATE THE
MAIN BURNER. IF THIS OCCURS, ALWAYS TURN THE
CONTROL TO PILOT ( ) OR OFF.
2.23 When released the slide control automatically raises to a
natural stop point, see Diagram 6.
Repeat the above steps if the appliance does not light.
2.24 If, after repeating the above steps the pilot does not light,
contact your Retailer or Installer.
Adjusting the Flame height
2.25 Increase the flame height and temperature by carefully
moving the slide control up until the next stop point is felt,
see Diagram 6. This denotes the highest setting.
2.26 Carefully move the slide control down to the lower stop point
to return to the lowest setting.
YELLOW FLAMES APPEAR WHEN THE APPLIANCE HAS
REACHED SUFFICIENT HEAT – (10 TO 20 MINUTES).
IF THE APPLIANCE IS EXTINGUISHED OR GOES OUT IN
USE, WAIT 3 MINUTES BEFORE TRYING TO RELIGHT.
Switching OFF the Appliance
2.27 To turn the appliance off lift the slide control to its highest
stop point, see Diagram 6. The pilot goes out.
3. Changing the Battery
(Slide Control Model only)
3.1
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Slide Control
This appliance is operated using the slide control on the top
right hand side of the decorative front.
When the appliance is OFF the slide control will be at the
highest point, see Diagram 6.
The battery box is located at the bottom left of the appliance
behind the ash cover, see Diagram 7.
9V Battery
Ignition
Unit
6
OFF
High Setting
Low Setting
Ignition Point
Lighting the Pilot
2.22 Push the slide control down as far as possible to its lowest
point, see Diagram 6, this is the ignition point.
Keep the slide control pressed down for 5 seconds to
ensure the pilot is lit. Then release.
The appliance should light on its lowest setting.
6
3.2
Remove the old battery and replace with a new high quality
(Duracell or similar) 9V battery.
User Instructions
4. Cleaning the Appliance
Coal Effect
4.1
Make sure the appliance and surrounds are cool before
trying to clean.
4.12 Remove the ceramic coals and fuel bed and place on a dry
clean surface.
4.2
Refer to the separate decorative front instructions to remove
the front from the appliance.
4.3
Remove the glass frame by unscrewing the 4 screws in the
retaining bracket, see Diagram 8.
4.13 Check the burner cover gasket for damage. Replace any
damaged parts with genuine Gazco replacement parts,
contact your Gazco retailer.
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4.14 Carefully clean the burner and tray assembly using a
vacuum cleaner with soft brush attachment, ensure all
debris is removed from the burner ports.
WARNING: Take care when using a vacuum cleaner on
the burner gasket as this is extremely delicate and may
deteriorate after use.
4.15 Replace the ceramics by referring to section 5B.
5. Arrangement of the Fuel Bed
Detail A
Advice on handling and disposal
of fire ceramics
A
4.4
Lift the glass frame off the lower location tabs, see Diagram
8, Detail A and carefully place to one side.
4.5
To clean the glass surface, Gazco recommends you use a
ceramic glass product generally sold for cleaning ceramic
hobs.
4.6
4.7
The glass frame must be refitted to the appliance following
cleaning or servicing.
Ensure that the fibre glass seal on the box is intact, then
lower the glass frame into the lower location tabs on the
box. The tabs should locate between the glass and the
decorative front, see Diagram 8, Detail A.
NEVER OPERATE THE APPLIANCE WHEN THE GLASS
FRAME IS REMOVED OR BROKEN.
Refer to the separate decorative front instructions to replace
the front on the appliance.
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHOULD THE
APPLIANCE BE USED IF ANY OF THE GLASS
FRAME RETAINING SCREWS ARE LOOSE OR
MISSING.
White Stone Effect
4.8
Remove the white stones and place on a dry clean surface.
Do not remove the enamel back panel.
4.9
Use a damp cloth and mild non-abrasive cleaner on the
enamel back panel.
Protective clothing is not required when
handling these articles, but we recommend you
follow normal hygiene rules of not smoking,
eating or drinking in the work area and always
wash your hands before eating or drinking.
To ensure that the release of RCF fibres are
kept to a minimum, during installation and
servicing a HEPA filtered vacuum is
recommended to remove any dust
accumulated in and around the appliance
before and after working on it. When servicing
the appliance it is recommended that the
replaced items are not broken up, but are
sealed within heavy duty polythene bags and
labelled as RCF waste.
RCF waste is classed as stable, non-reactive
hazardous waste and may be disposed of at a
licensed landfill site.
Excessive exposure to these materials may
cause temporary irritation to eyes, skin and
respiratory tract; wash hands thoroughly after
handling the material.
Secure the glass frame using 4 screws in the retaining
bracket, see Diagram 8.
Replace ALL of the securing screws ensuring that a screw is
present in all fixing slots.
The fuel effect and side panels of this
appliance are made from Refractory Ceramic
Fibre (RCF), a material which is commonly
used for this application.
4.10 Carefully clean the burner and tray assembly using a
vacuum cleaner with soft brush attachment, ensure all
debris is removed from the burner ports.
4.11 Replace the white stones by referring to Section 5A.
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User Instructions
5A. White Stone Layout
ONLY USE THE CORRECT TYPE AND QUANTITY OF
WHITE STONES. ALWAYS FOLLOW THE FUEL BED
LAYOUT AS STATED IN THESE INSTRUCTIONS. NEVER
CHANGE THE LAYOUT FROM THAT SHOWN HERE.
5.1
5.4
Ensure that no stones overhang or fill the pilot area, see
Diagram 12, Arrow B.
NOTE: STONES SHOULD NOT BE PLACED DIRECTLY
IN FRONT OF THE PILOT CROSS LIGHTING FLAME.
12
Arrange the white stones in the areas highlighted in
Diagram 9. They should be evenly distributed.
9
B
5B. Coal Effect Layout
5.2
Lean the white stones against the burner ledges to disguise
the ledges, see Diagram 10.
NOTE: CERAMIC PARTS ARE FRAGILE. HANDLE WITH
CARE.
ONLY USE THE CORRECT TYPE AND QUANTITY OF
CERAMIC COMPONENTS. ALWAYS FOLLOW THE FUEL
BED LAYOUT AS STATED IN THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
NEVER CHANGE THE LAYOUT FROM THAT SHOWN
HERE.
5.5
Ensure the burner cover gasket is positioned on the burner
skin ensuring the holes align with the ports.
Take care as the front left-hand hole is offset compared to
the others, see Diagram 13, arrow A.
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13
5.3
Check that the port area, see Diagram 11, Arrow A is clear
of white stones. This can be easily done by gently running a
screwdriver or similar object along this area.
NOTE: IT IS IMPORTANT THE WHITE STONES DO NOT
COVER THE PORT AREA IN BETWEEN THE BURNER
LEDGES.
Manual Model
shown
A
11
A
8
5.6
Place the rear panel against the rear of the box resting on
the shelf.
5.7
Slide one of the side panels into the box ensuring it touches
the rear panel.
5.8
Gently ease the front edge of the side panel behind the
flange so it lies flat against the wall of the box.
User Instructions
5.9
Repeat with the second side panel, see Diagram 14.
14
5.14 There are three sizes of coal used: 3 x Large, 4 x Small and
1 x Half Moon shaped. For identification, see Diagram 18.
18
LARGE
5.10 Locate the top panel on top of the sides and rear by lifting it
up and forward inside the box.
5.11 Slide it backwards and down behind the side panels to rest
on the rear panel, see Diagram 15.
SMALL
HALF MOON
5.15 Place a single large coal in the right hand dent of the front
coal resting against the flame baffle, see Diagram 19.
19
15
5.16 Place a second single large coal in the middle dent of the
front coal resting against the flame baffle, see Diagram 20.
20
5.12 Position the flame baffle centrally on the tray and ensure the
stepped lower edge engages against the rear edge of the
burner skin, see Diagram 16.
16
5.17 Place the third large coal next to the first middle coal and
against the flame baffle, Diagram 21.
21
5.13 Place the front coal centrally in the channel at the front of
the tray. The relationship between the front coal and the
flame baffle is shown in Diagram 17.
17
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User Instructions
5.18 Place a small coal directly behind the first large coal, and
rest it on the flame baffle, see Diagram 22.
22
7. Flame Failure Device
7.1
This is a safety feature incorporated on this appliance which
automatically switches off the gas supply if the pilot goes out
and fails to heat the thermocouple.
IF THIS OCCURS DO NOT ATTEMPT TO RELIGHT THE
APPLIANCE FOR 3 MINUTES.
8. Running In
8.1
During initial use of a new GAZCO appliance a strong odour
will be encountered as various surface coatings become hot
for the first time. Although these odours are harmless it is
recommended that the appliance is operated on maximum
for 4 to 8 hours in order to fully burn off these coatings. After
this period the odours should then disappear.
If the odours persists, please contact your installer for advice.
8.2
During the first few hours of burning there may be
discolouration of the flames. This will also disappear after a
short period of use.
5.19 Place two of the remaining small coals in the spaces next to
the first. The final small coal sits at the front right next to the
large coals, see Diagram 23.
23
1
2
9. Servicing
3
9.1
5.20 Finally position the Half Moon coal on the top right as
shown, see Diagram 24.
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The appliance must be serviced every 12 months by a
qualified Gas Engineer. In all correspondence always quote
the Model number and the Serial number which may be
found on the Commissioning Checklist (Page 3).
10. Ventilation
10.1 Any purpose provided ventilation should be checked
periodically to ensure that it is free from obstruction.
11. Installation Details
11.1 Your installer should have completed the commissioning
sheet at the front of this book. This records the essential
installation details of the appliance. In all correspondence
always quote the Model number and Serial number.
5.21 It is essential that gaps are left between the coals to
maximise the performance of the appliance.
6. Oxygen Depletion Sensor
The appliance is fitted with an oxygen sensitive pilot system
that will act to cut off the gas supply to the appliance should
the oxygen in the room fall below its normal level. If the
appliance is turned off by this device, it usually indicates that
there is a problem with the flue system, and this should be
inspected by a qualified engineer. Do not attempt to use
the appliance until an engineer says it is safe to do so.
This device is not a substitute for an independently
mounted carbon monoxide detector.
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12. Hot Surfaces
12.1 Parts of this appliance become hot during normal use.
12.2 Regard all parts of the appliance as a working surface,
except for the control access panel and the slider handle
(slide control model only).
12.3 Provide a suitable fireguard to protect young children and
the infirm.
Installation Instructions
Technical Specification - Stone Effect
Covering the following models:
Model
Gas
Type
Logic HE Stone Effect
Manual Control
Remote Control
Nat Gas
101-324
101-131
101-110
LPG
101-651
101-649
101-597
Gas
Cat.
Gas Type
Working
Pressure
Aeration
Injector
I2H
Natural G20
20mb
6mm x 6mm
I3P
Propane (G31
37mb
12mm x 15mm
Slide Control
Gas Rate
m3/hr
Input kW
(Gross)
Country
High
Low
High
Low
240
0.390
0.238
4.1
2.5
GB, IE
102
0.162
0.090
4.3
2.4
GB, IE
Manual
Logic HE
Remote
Slide
Manual
Logic HE
Remote
Slide
Efficiency 89% Net (Class 1)
NOx Class 4
Min Flue Size - 5" diameter
Min Flue Size - pre cast - 90mm x 183mm (16,500mm2)
Min Flue Specification - T260/N2/0/D/1
Gas Inlet - 8mm
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Installation Instructions
Technical Specification - Coal Effect
Covering the following models:
Model
Logic HE Coal Effect
Gas
Type
Manual Control
Remote Control
Slide Control
Nat Gas
101-151
101-088
101-037
LPG
101-497
101-614
101-444
Gas
Cat.
Gas Type
Working
Pressure
Aeration
Injector
I2H
Natural G20
20mb
5 x 16
063
Gas Rate
m3/hr
Input kW
(Gross)
High
Low
High
Low
0.486
0.238
5.1
2.5
0.181
0.090
4.8
2.4
0.181
0.090
4.8
2.4
0.184
0.090
4.9
2.4
Country
Manual
Logic HE
Remote
GB, IE
Slide
Manual
Logic HE
Remote
I3P
Propane (G31
37mb
(1) 10 x 16
(1) 23 x 15
150
Slide
GB, IE
Efficiency 89% Net (Class 1)
NOx Class 3
Min Flue Size - 5" diameter
Min Flue Size - pre cast - 90mm x 183mm (16,500mm2)
Min Flue Specification - T260/N2/0/D/1
Gas Inlet - 8mm
The net efficiency of this appliance has been measured as specified in BS7977-1:2009 and the result after conversion to
gross using the appropriate factor from Table E4 of SAP 2009 is 80.2%. The test data has been certified by BSI Testing
Services. The gross efficiency value may be used in the UK Government's Standard Assessment Procedure (SAP) for
energy rating of dwellings.
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Installation Instructions
Technical Specification
Complete Front Options
FRONT
Manual & Remote
Slide Control
912-396, 912-018
-
DESIGNIO 2
901-493, 901-511, 901-526
901-539, 901-580, 901-643
EVOLUTION
912-601
-
FUTURA
8687BK
-
FUSION
8699GP + 8699IR
-
912-239
-
912-197, 912-221, 912-316
901-385, 901-403, 901-414
WINCHESTER
8697MB + 8697P
901-369, 901-372
DIMENSION2
912-322
-
8695GP + 8695IR
-
RICHMOND *
8679
-
STOCKTON *
8696
-
YM98906
-
DESIGNIO
PROGRESS
TEMPO
STEEL **
YEOMAN *
Frame & Front Combinations
FRAMES
Box Profil2 Frame ***
FINISH
Arts2 Frame ***
Manual & Remote
Slide
Manual & Remote
Slide
Matt Black
912-232
901-272
912-862
901-167
Polished Brass Effect
912-140
901-286
-
-
Polished Steel Effect
912-027
901-299
-
-
Brushed Steel Effect
912-358
901-310
-
-
Polished Brass
-
-
912-508
901-194
Polished Stainless
-
-
912-914
901-206
Brushed Stainless
-
-
912-268
901-214
FRONTS
Arts Front
Wave Front
Chartwell Front
Holyrood Front *
Spanish Front *
All Models
All Models
All Models
All Models
All Models
Matt Black
901-425
901-024
901-159
912-020
912-083
Polished Brass Effect
901-530
901-061
901-164
912-226
912-160
Highlight Polished
901-296
901-092
901-185
912-257
912-127
Polished Chrome
901-476
901-083
901-170
912-392
912-216
FINISH
* Not available on the Stone Effect
** Not available on the Coal Effect
*** A Box Profil2 Frame or Arts2 Frame must be used in conjunction with an Arts, Wave, Chartwell, Holyrood or Spanish Front
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Technical Specification
1
190
125
372
550
OVERALL EXTERNAL
DIMENSIONS
SIDE VIEW
2
MINIMUM 50MM
125MM
MINIMUM DEBRIS COLLECTION
SPACE REQUIREMENTS
(EXISTING MASONRY CHIMNEYS ONLY)
3
404
186
OVERALL EXTERNAL
DIMENSIONS
PLAN VIEW
483
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Installation Instructions
Site Requirements
1. Flue & Chimney Requirements
1.1
The chimney or flue system must comply with the rules
inforce, and must be a minimum of 125mm (5”) in diameter.
Precast flues must conform to BS1289: 1986. The cross
sectional area of the flue must be 16500 mm2 with a
minimum dimension of 90mm.
When fitting the appliance to a precast flue, the total
minimum depth of appliance opening necessary is (D)
215mm. This allows a 25mm space behind the appliance for
debris, required on this type of flue system. This is achieved
either by using = (A) a 115mm deep starter block + (B) a
25mm plasterboard and sealed space + (C) 75mm Gazco
Spacer (part number 8315) with a marble slip or similar,
inserted behind the spacer front flange, see Diagram 1.
Or the total depth can be achieved by using a deeper starter
block, remedial building work to the front of the fireplace
opening, and a marble slip or similar, or a combination of this.
NEVER PLASTER DIRECT TO THE FACE OF A PRECAST
FLUE. USE ADHESIVE TO FIX THE PLASTERBOARD TO
THE FACE OF THE FLUE AND FINALLY SKIM THE
PLASTERBOARD.
1
A=
B=
C=
D=
Minimum precast flue starter block depth (115mm)
Plasterboard and adhesive seal all around appliance opening
Gazco Spacer (8315)
Minimum total depth including 25mm for debris
B
A
C
Gazco Spacer
(optional)
1.2
A flue restrictor is provided with this appliance. This can be
fitted when the flue is equal to or greater than 7" or when
the flue pull is excessive, see Diagram 2.
2
Restrictor
Screws
This is fitted from outside the appliance across the outlet at
the top of the box with 2 screws provided.
1.3
The minimum effective height of the flue or chimney must
be 3 m (10ft).
1.4
The chimney or flue must be free from any obstruction. Any
damper plates should be removed or secured in the fully
open position, and no restrictor plates should be fitted.
1.5
The chimney should be swept immediately before installing
the appliance, but it need not be swept if you can see the
chimney is clean and free from obstruction throughout.
1.6
Ensure that there is a smooth taper transition from the
fireplace opening into the chimney or flue.
1.7
The flue pull should be checked prior to installation of the
appliance. Apply a smoke pellet to the flue or chimney
opening and ensure that the smoke is drawn into the
opening. If there is not a definite flow, preheat the chimney
for a few minutes and re-test the flow.
IF THERE IS STILL NO DEFINITE FLOW, THE CHIMNEY
MAY REQUIRE ATTENTION - SEEK EXPERT ADVICE.
D
Hearth Level
The appliance can also be fitted into a metal flue box with a
5” (125mm) diameter flexible liner. In this installation a 1”
(25mm) rebated fire surround must be used. Refer to
Diagram 2 for dimensions.
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Site Requirements
4
2. Appliance Location
2.1
300
This appliance must stand on a non combustible hearth that
is at least 12mm thick. If the appliance is greater than 50mm
above the floor, then no hearth is required, although due
consideration should be given to how the heat may affect
the floor material.
2.2
NOTE: It is recommended you construct the back panel
of the fireplace from natural materials cut into three or
more sections to prevent cracking. Resin-based
materials may not be suitable. This appliance is an
effective heat producer and attention must be paid to
the construction and finish of the fireplace.
2.3
It must be fitted into a non-combustible opening.
2.4
These appliances must be hearth mounted into a fireplace
opening conforming to National Standards. The minimum
dimensions shall be as shown in Diagram 3.
3
150
150
Dimensions
given are to the
decorative front
of the appliance.
2.8
The maximum depth of combustible shelf is 150mm at a
minimum height of 300mm above the decorative front.
Refer to the appropriate Frame Instructions regarding
additional wall strengthening for the frame.
3. Gas Supply
3.1
Make sure local distribution conditions (identification of the
type of gas and pressure) and the adjustment of the
appliance are compatible before installation.
3.2
Ensure the gas supply delivers the required amount of gas
and is in accordance with the rules in force.
3.3
This appliance is supplied complete with a factory fitted
isolation device incorporated into the inlet connection, no
further isolation device is therefore required.
4. Ventilation
2.5
Ensure that no naked flame or incandescent part of the fire
bed projects beyond the vertical plane of the fireplace opening.
2.6
The appliance must not be installed in any room that
contains a bath or shower.
2.7
Ensure clearances to combustible materials, see Diagram 5.
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IMPORTANT: Ensure any national ventilation
requirements are taken into account during installation
of the appliance.
4.1 This appliance has a nominal input not exceeding 7.0 kW
and therefore does not normally require any additional
permanent ventilation. If, however, spillage is detected when
commissioning the appliance, there may be insufficient
natural ventilation and additional ventilation may be
required.
FOR THE REPUBLIC OF IRELAND REFER TO THE
RULES IN FORCE FOR VENTILATION REQUIREMENTS.
AIR VENTS MUST NOT BE RESTRICTED.
Installation Instructions
1. Safety Precautions
1.1
For your own and other’s safety, you must install this
appliance according to local and national codes of practice.
Failure to install the appliance correctly could lead to
prosecution. Read these instructions before installing
and using this appliance.
1.2
These instructions must be left intact with the user.
1.3
Do not attempt to burn rubbish on this appliance.
1.4
Keep all plastic bags away from young children.
1.5
Do not place any object on or near to the appliance and
allow adequate clearance above the appliance.
IF THE APPLIANCE IS EXTINGUISHED OR GOES OUT
IN USE, WAIT 3 MINUTES BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO
RELIGHT THE APPLIANCE.
1.6
The appliance is fitted with an oxygen sensitive pilot that will
act to cut off the gas supply to the appliance in the event of
incorrect operation of the flue.
If the system acts to shut off the gas supply, this indicates
that there is insufficient flue pull. Continued operation of this
safety device means that there may be a serious problem
with the flue system, and this should be inspected by a
qualified gas engineer. Do not use the appliance until an
engineer says it is safe to do so.
The oxygen sensitive pilot must not be tampered with. Use
only genuine Gazco replacement parts when servicing the
appliance - refer to Servicing section.
IMPORTANT: REFER TO DATA BADGE AND
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION AT THE FRONT OF
THE MANUAL TO ENSURE THE APPLIANCE IS
CORRECTLY ADJUSTED FOR THE GAS TYPE
AND CATEGORY APPLICABLE IN THE COUNTRY
OF USE. FOR DETAILS OF CHANGING BETWEEN GAS
TYPES REFER TO SERVICING, SECTION 10,
REPLACING PARTS.
2. Installation of the Gas Supply
For specific gas types and working pressures see
Technical Specifications, pages 11 and 13.
TO CHANGE FROM ONE GAS TYPE TO ANOTHER A
COMPLETE ENGINE ASSEMBLY AND DATA BADGE WILL
BE REQUIRED. SEE SECTION 10 REPLACING PARTS.
2.1
Before installation, ensure that the local distribution
conditions (identification of the type of gas and pressure) and
the adjustment of the appliance are compatible. See
Technical Specification on pages 11 and 12.
2.2
Ensure that the gas supply is capable of delivering the
required amount of gas and is in accordance with the rules
in force. Please refer to the technical specification for the
correct working pressure for the gas used.
2.3
Soft copper tubing and soft soldered joints can be used but
must not be closer than 50mm (2”) to the underside of the
burner.
2.4
An isolation device is provided with the appliance.
2.5
All supply gas pipes must be purged of any debris that may
have entered, prior to connection to the appliance.
2.6
This appliance is intended for use on a gas installation with
a governed meter.
3. Preparing the Appliance
3.1
Remove the glass frame by unscrewing the 4 screws in the
retaining bracket, see Diagram 1.
3.2
Lift the glass frame off the lower locations tabs, see
Diagram 1, Detail A and carefully place to one side.
1
Unpacking
1.7
Remove the appliance from its packaging, and check that it
is complete and undamaged.
Put the loose ceramic parts to one side so that they are not
damaged during installation.
Detail A
A
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Installation Instructions
5
Manual Control
3.3
Remove the 5 burner retaining screws and withdraw the
burner unit from its location, see Diagram 2.
NOTE: IF REMOVING THE BURNER, IT WILL BE
NECESSARY TO REMOVE THE DECORATIVE INNER
PANEL, SEE SECTION 6.
2
M4 Lock Nut and spacer
Withdraw the burner unit from its location.
Take care not to catch the slide mechanism.
All Models
3.7
Decide on the retention method, if the cable retention kit is
to be used then remove the two knockout holes on the rear
of the box using a sharp hammer blow, see Diagram 6.
6
Remote Control
3.4Remove the 6 burner retaining screws and withdraw the
burner unit from its location, see Diagram 3, arrows B.
3
3.8
Remove the backing from the self-adhesive silicone sealing
strip and apply to the rear flange of the firebox ensuring that
it is positioned as close to the outer edge as is practically
possible, see Diagram 7, Arrow A.
7
Slide Control
A
3.5Remove the 6 burner retaining screws, see Diagram 4.
4
B
3.6
18
Remove the M4 lock nut and spacer securing the slider arm
to the appliance, see Diagram 5.
Ensure that the spacer is retained and replaced when
the engine is reinstalled.
3.9
Gas pipe entry must come through the right-hand side of the
box. The rubber seal must be cut using a sharp knife to
allow the isolating elbow to pass through it. Ensure the
rubber is not damaged when doing this, see Diagram 7,
Arrow B.
A means of isolation is provided with the appliance. This must
be fitted to the supply pipe prior to installing the firebox.
Installation Instructions
4. Installation of the Appliance
4.1
4.6
Ensure that the fireplace opening is in compliance with
Section 2 Site Requirements then proceed as follows:
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A) Cable Retention Method
4.2
Slide the locking nipples onto the cables, pull the cables taut
and tighten the locking screw. Adjust the lock nuts using a
10mm spanner until the silicone sealing strip forms a tight
seal between the fireplace opening and the firebox flange,
see Diagram 10.
Mark the position of the 4 fixing holes on the rear of the
fireplace opening and drill the holes using a 7mm masonry
drill bit. Insert the 4 steel expansion plugs and screw the
eyebolts in as far as possible leaving the eye horizontal,
see Diagram 8.
8
4.7
Coil up the surplus cable and locate in the back of the
firebox.
NEVER SHORTEN THE CABLES, THEY WILL BE
REQUIRED WHEN SERVICING THE APPLIANCE.
4.8
Replace the lower cover plate.
Note: The cable adjuster may need to be tucked upward in
order to fit the lower cover plate.
B) Screw Fixing Method
4.3
Pass the 2 cables through the holes in the bracket on the
back of the firebox and pull taut so that the stop ends sit
tightly against the top of the bracket, see Diagram 9.
9
4.9
Alternatively, this appliance can be secured back to the
fireplace opening using the screws and expansion plugs
provided.
4.10 Place the firebox centrally in the opening and mark the
positions of the 4 fixing holes. Drill the holes and insert the 4
expansion plugs, see Diagram 11.
11
4.4
Pass the cables vertically through the 2 sets of eyebolts and
thread the ends through the holes in the lower back of the
firebox. Pass the gas supply pipe through the hole in the
rubber seal (refer to section 4.9) and push the appliance into
place.
4.5
Thread the cables through the tensioner bolts and push the
threaded portions through the holes in the firebox so that
the lock nut sits against the back wall (ensure that the nut is
screwed fully up to the head of the tensioner to allow
maximum adjustment).
4.11 Offer the firebox into the opening and ensure that the gas
supply pipe passes through the rubber seal.
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Installation Instructions
4.12 Connect the gas supply to the inlet connection on the burner
unit and tighten. It may be necessary to support the inlet
connection with another spanner whilst tightening this joint,
see Diagram 12.
12
Manual Model
shown
4.13 Carefully refit the burner assembly.
Slide Control Model only
Take care not to catch the slide mechanism.
5. Fitting the Decorative Inner Panel
- White Stone Effect
5.1 By rotating the panel, insert into firebox, see Diagram 14.
14
5.2
Check that the panel is sitting behind the rear ledge of the
burner, see Diagram 15.
15
4.14 Secure the 6 screws (Remote and Slide control models), 5
screws (Manual model).
Slide Control Model only
4.15 Refit the spacer and M4 lock nut to secure the slide
mechanism, see Diagram 13.
13
5.3 Secure the panel using the 2 upper brackets and the
pozidriv screws, Diagram 16.
Use only the rearmost hole in the retaining bracket on each
side
NOTE: IT IS IMPORTANT TO ENSURE THAT THE PANEL
LOCATES TIGHTLY AGAINST THE BURNER TRAY.
M4 Lock Nut and spacer
All Models
4.16 Turn on the gas supply to the appliance and check for leaks.
Light the appliance and check all joints on the appliance for
leaks.
4.17 Remove the sealing screw from the inlet connection and
connect a suitable “U” gauge manometer.
Light the appliance and turn to the maximum position, refer
to the data badge and ensure that the running pressure is
correct. If the pressure varies significantly from that on the
data badge, this may indicate a supply problem and will
require immediate attention.
4.18 Turn the appliance off, disconnect the “U” gauge and
replace the sealing screw. Relight the appliance and check
the sealing screw for leaks.
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6. Arrangement of the Fuel Bed
6.2
18
Advice on handling and disposal
of fire ceramics
The fuel effect and side panels of this
appliance are made from Refractory Ceramic
Fibre (RCF), a material which is commonly
used for this application.
Protective clothing is not required when
handling these articles, but we recommend you
follow normal hygiene rules of not smoking,
eating or drinking in the work area and always
wash your hands before eating or drinking.
To ensure that the release of RCF fibres are
kept to a minimum, during installation and
servicing a HEPA filtered vacuum is
recommended to remove any dust
accumulated in and around the appliance
before and after working on it. When servicing
the appliance it is recommended that the
replaced items are not broken up, but are
sealed within heavy duty polythene bags and
labelled as RCF waste.
RCF waste is classed as stable, non-reactive
hazardous waste and may be disposed of at a
licensed landfill site.
Excessive exposure to these materials may
cause temporary irritation to eyes, skin and
respiratory tract; wash hands thoroughly after
handling the material.
6A. White Stone Layout
ONLY USE THE CORRECT TYPE AND QUANTITY OF
WHITE STONES. ALWAYS FOLLOW THE FUEL BED
LAYOUT AS STATED IN THESE INSTRUCTIONS. NEVER
CHANGE THE LAYOUT FROM THAT SHOWN HERE.
6.1
Lean the white stones against the burner ledges to disguise
the ledges, see Diagram 18.
6.3
Check that the port area, see Diagram 19, Arrow A is clear
of white stones. This can be easily done by gently running a
screwdriver or similar object along this area.
NOTE: IT IS IMPORTANT THE WHITE STONES DO NOT
COVER THE PORT AREA IN BETWEEN THE BURNER
LEDGES.
11
A
6.4
Ensure that no stones overhang or fill the pilot area, see
Diagram 20, Arrow B.
NOTE: STONES SHOULD NOT BE PLACED DIRECTLY
IN FRONT OF THE PILOT CROSS LIGHTING FLAME.
20
Arrange the white stones in the areas highlighted in
Diagram 17. They should be evenly distributed.
17
B
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6.11 Slide it backwards and down behind the side panels to rest
on the rear panel, see Diagram 23.
6B. Coal Effect Layout
NOTE: CERAMIC PARTS ARE FRAGILE. HANDLE WITH
CARE.
ONLY USE THE CORRECT TYPE AND QUANTITY OF
CERAMIC COMPONENTS. ALWAYS FOLLOW THE FUEL
BED LAYOUT AS STATED IN THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
NEVER CHANGE THE LAYOUT FROM THAT SHOWN
HERE.
6.5
Ensure the burner cover gasket is positioned on the burner
skin ensuring the holes align with the ports.
Take care as the front left-hand hole is offset compared to
the others, see Diagram 21, arrow A.
21
Manual Model
shown
A
6.6
Place the rear panel against the rear of the box resting on
the shelf.
6.7
Slide one of the side panels into the box ensuring it touches
the rear panel.
6.8
Gently ease the front edge of the side panel behind the
flange so it lies flat against the wall of the box.
6.9
Repeat with the second side panel, see Diagram 22.
23
6.12 Position the flame baffle centrally on the tray and ensure the
stepped lower edge engages against the rear edge of the
burner skin, see Diagram 24.
24
6.13 Place the front coal centrally in the channel at the front of
the tray. The relationship between the front coal and the
flame baffle is shown in Diagram 25.
25
22
6.14 There are three sizes of coal used: 3 x Large, 4 x Small and
1 x Half Moon shaped. For identification, see Diagram 26.
6.10 Locate the top panel on top of the sides and rear by lifting it
up and forward inside the box.
26
LARGE
22
SMALL
HALF MOON
Installation Instructions
6.15 Place a single large coal in the right hand dent of the front
coal resting against the flame baffle, see Diagram 27.
31
1
2
27
3
6.16 Place a second single large coal in the middle dent of the
front coal resting against the flame baffle, see Diagram 28.
6.20 Finally position the Half Moon coal on the top right as
shown, see Diagram 32.
32
28
6.21 It is essential that gaps are left between the coals to
maximise the performance of the appliance.
6.17 Place the third large coal next to the first middle coal and
against the flame baffle, Diagram 29.
29
7. Fitting the Glass Frame
7.1
Ensure that the fibre glass seal on the box is intact, then
lower the glass frame into the lower location tabs on the
box. The tabs should locate between the glass and the
decorative front, see Diagram 33, Detail A.
7.2
Secure the glass frame using 4 screws in the retaining
bracket, see Diagram 33.
Replace ALL of the glass frame securing screws ensuring
that a screw is present in all fixing slots.
33
6.18 Place a small coal directly behind the first large coal, and
rest it on the flame baffle, see Diagram 30.
30
Detail A
A
6.19 Place two of the remaining small coals in the spaces next to
the first. The final small coal sits at the front right next to the
large coals, see Diagram 31.
NEVER OPERATE THE APPLIANCE WHEN THE GLASS
FRAME IS REMOVED OR BROKEN.
Refer to the separate decorative front Instructions to replace
the front on the appliance.
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHOULD THE
APPLIANCE BE USED IF ANY OF THE GLASS
FRAME RETAINING SCREWS ARE LOOSE OR
MISSING.
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Installation Instructions
8. Operating the Appliance
8.1
There are three types of control systems available for this
appliance:
1. Manually Operated Control
2. Remote Control
3. Slide Control
Follow the relevant section for specific operation.
Manual Control
8.2
Locate the control valve on the appliance. It has a single
manual control, see Diagram 34:
34
Rotate
anti-clockwise
8.7
36
To switch the appliance off turn the control knob clockwise
until it is returned to the off position, see Diagram 36.
Rotate clockwise
Rotate
clockwise
The knob should be upright.
Remote Control
The control valve is at the foot on the right-hand side of the
appliance. It has two controls, see Diagram 37:
1. The right-hand knob controls the pilot ignition.
2. The left-hand knob controls the main burner.
Lighting the Pilot
8.8
Lighting the Pilot
8.3
Switching OFF the Appliance
Push the valve knob in and rotate anti-clockwise until 2
clicks are heard.
The pilot should now be lit.
8.4
Hold in for a further 10 seconds.
When released the pilot should remain lit.
If the pilot does not remain lit, repeat until the operation is
successful.
Adjusting the Flame height
To start the left-hand and right-hand control knobs must both
point to off ( ):
37
8.9
Press in the right-hand control knob and rotate anticlockwise until a click is heard. Continue to press in. The
knob points to the pilot ( ).
8.5
From the pilot position push the valve knob in slightly and
rotate anti-clockwise until the first stop point is felt.
This denotes the lowest setting.
8.6
Push the valve knob in slightly and rotate further in an anticlockwise direction.
8.10 Keep the knob depressed for 10 seconds before releasing.
The pilot remains lit.
The final stop point is the highest setting.
Repeat the above steps if the pilot does not stay lit.
NOTE: If the pilot goes out, the Interlock system
prevents you lighting again for a short period.
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Off position
The pilot is lit.
8.11 If, after repeating the above steps the pilot does not light,
contact your Retailer or Installer.
Pilot
position
8.12 Turn the right-hand control to point to main burner (
).
The appliance can now be controlled by the remote handset.
Low Setting
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High Setting
YELLOW FLAMES APPEAR WHEN THE APPLIANCE HAS
REACHED SUFFICIENT HEAT – (10 TO 20 MINUTES).
IF THE APPLIANCE IS EXTINGUISHED OR GOES OUT IN
USE, WAIT 3 MINUTES BEFORE TRYING TO RELIGHT.
Installation Instructions
8.13 The Standard remote controls the appliance when:
— the pilot is lit.
— the right-hand control points to main burner
operate position.
It regulates the temperature from low to high and back.
It can also turn the main burner off leaving just the pilot
burning and ready to operate.
ready to
The main burner goes out leaving the pilot burning and
ready to operate
.
Controls on Appliance
8.21 Use the controls on the appliance to turn the appliance off
by turning the left-hand control knob until it points to Off ( ).
A click is heard and the main burner goes out leaving the
pilot burning and ready to operate
.
38
CAUTION: IN RARE INSTANCES, NOISES FROM
SOURCES OUTSIDE THE REMOTE CAN OPERATE THE
MAIN BURNER. IF THIS OCCURS, ALWAYS TURN THE
CONTROL TO PILOT ( ) OR OFF.
A
B
C
Slide Control
This appliance is operated using the slide control on the top
right hand side of the decorative front.
When the appliance is OFF the slide control will be at the
highest point, see Diagram 39.
39
OFF
To light the main burner:
High Setting
Low Setting
8.14 Press buttons A & B simultaneously.
The remote’s LED light flashes to show communication
between the appliance's controls and the remote.
Ignition Point
Adjusting the Flame height:
8.15 Press and hold buttons A & B simultaneously to increase the
flame height. A clicking sound indicates that the appliance is
at maximum.
Lighting the Pilot
8.16 Press and hold button C to decrease the flame height.
Continue to press C to turn off the main burner.
8.22 Push the slide control down as far as possible to its lowest
point, see Diagram 39, this is the ignition point.
To make small adjustments to flame height:
8.17 Press and hold down button B and press button A once to
make a slight increase. This increases the temperature by
stages.
Keep the slide control pressed down for 5 seconds to
ensure the pilot is lit. Then release.
The appliance should light on its lowest setting.
Repeat to further adjust.
8.23 When released the slide control automatically raises to a
natural stop point, see Diagram 39.
8.18 Press button C once to slightly reduce the flame height.
8.24 If, after repeating the above steps the pilot does not light,
contact your Retailer or Installer.
YELLOW FLAMES APPEAR WHEN THE APPLIANCE HAS
REACHED SUFFICIENT HEAT – (10 TO 20 MINUTES).
IF THE APPLIANCE IS EXTINGUISHED OR GOES OUT IN
USE, WAIT 3 MINUTES BEFORE TRYING TO RELIGHT.
Switching OFF the Appliance
THE REMOTE CONTROL CAN TURN THE MAIN
BURNER OFF AND LEAVE THE PILOT BURNING AND
READY TO OPERATE
.
8.19 To switch off the appliance completely (no pilot burning)
return both control knobs to the off position ( ).
Remote Control
8.20 To turn the main burner of the appliance off using the
handset press and keep pressing the Off button ( ).
Repeat the above steps if the appliance does not light.
Adjusting the Flame height
8.25 Increase the flame height and temperature by carefully
moving the slide control up until the next stop point is felt,
see Diagram 39. This denotes the highest setting.
8.26 Carefully move the slide control down to the lower stop point
to return to the lowest setting.
YELLOW FLAMES APPEAR WHEN THE APPLIANCE HAS
REACHED SUFFICIENT HEAT – (10 TO 20 MINUTES).
IF THE APPLIANCE IS EXTINGUISHED OR GOES OUT IN
USE, WAIT 3 MINUTES BEFORE TRYING TO RELIGHT.
Switching OFF the Appliance
8.27 To turn the appliance off lift the slide control to its highest
stop point, see Diagram 39. The pilot goes out.
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Commissioning
1. Commissioning
1.1
Close all windows and doors to the room, check all controls,
and allow appliance to burn on maximum for 5 minutes. Test
for spillage of flue products using a smoke match. Pass the
lighted smoke match along the top front of the draught
diverter, just inside, see Diagram 1.
1
1.2
If the appliance spills, run for a further 10 minutes and
re-check.
1.3
Complete the Commissioning Checklist at the front of this
manual covering:
— Flue checks
— Gas checks
— Fuel effect layout - flame picture
1.4
Upon completion of the commissioning and testing of the
installation and correct operation of the appliance, the
installer must instruct the user how to operate the appliance.
1.5
Guide the user through the User Instructions paying
particular attention to:
a) Regular servicing (Section 9 of the User Instructions).
b) Ventilation (Section 10 of the User Instructions) - point out
the ventilation positions where applicable.
c) Hot surfaces (Section 12 of the User Instructions).
If there are any extractor fans in the room or adjacent
rooms, the test must be repeated with the fans running on
maximum.
IF SPILLAGE PERSISTS, DISCONNECT THE APPLIANCE AND
SEEK EXPERT ADVICE.
For future reference record the installation details on the
commissioning sheet on page 3 of these instructions.
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Servicing Instructions
Servicing/Fault Finding Charts
1. Servicing Requirements
IMPORTANT – The glass panel on this appliance should be
checked for any signs of damage on the front face of the glass
panel (scratches, scores, cracks or other surface defects). If
damage is observed, the glass panel must be replaced and the
appliance must not be used until a replacement is installed.
Under no circumstances should the appliance be used if any
damage is observed. Please isolate the appliance until a
replacement glass panel has been obtained and installed.
Replacement glass panels can be purchased from Gazco via
the retailer from which the appliance was purchased or any
other Gazco distributor.
1.1
Before Testing:
—Conduct a gas soundness test for the property ensuring there are no leaks before servicing.
—Check the operation of the appliance before testing.
1.2
Special checks:
—Clean the burner using a vacuum cleaner with a soft brush attachment. Ensure all debris is removed from the burner ports.
—Clean away lint or fluff from the pilot - pay particular attention to the aeration hole in the side of the pilot.
—Clean away lint or fluff from under the burner .
—Check the spark gap on the pilot is correct.
—Ensure that the glass frame is secured correctly and that all retaining screws are in place.
This appliance must be serviced at least once a year by a
competent person.
1.3
Correct any faults found during the initial test.
1.4
Re-commission the appliance in accordance with
Commissioning Procedures.
1.5
Advise the customer of any remedial work undertaken.
SYSTEM OK
GO TO THE NEXT
CHART IGNITION
FUNCTIONAL CHECK 2
There is a blockage in the system, check the inlet test point, the mag
seating, valve and pilot filter
No
Has the system got
any air in it?
Yes
Purge the gas pipes
and retry
Yes
Is the gas pressure
correct?
No
Correct and retry.
Yes
Is the gas turned on to
the appliance?
No
Check isolation tap
and gas meter, retry.
No
Will the pilot light
with a match?
Yes
Ensure gap between the
electrode and thermocouple is
as Diagram 24 and retry.
If gap is OK then first change
the ignition lead and retry.
Yes
Is the control being
operated correctly?
No
Consult users book
and retry
No
Does the pilot light?
Yes
Operate the valve.
Is there a spark?
No
Ensure there is no debris around the pilot assembly,
(e.g. soot, etc.) which could short the spark, clean the area.
PILOT WILL NOT LIGHT
IGNITION FUNCTIONAL CHECK 1
Yes
All tests must be carried out in accordance with the current Gas
Safe recommendations.
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Yes
Replace the ODS unit
Yes
Is the ignition lead
detached from the piezo in the
valve?
No
Remove the ignition lead from
electrode with
insulated pliers hold the tip
3.5mm from the pilot
pipework,is there a spark when
the valve ‘clicks’?
No
Has ignition lead become
detached or is connection
poor?
Yes
Is the gap between electrode
and thermocouple
as in Diagram 24?
Yes
Operate the valve to
light the pilot, does the
valve ‘click’?
Replace the Piezo unit
No
Yes
No
No
Replace the igntion
lead and retry
Check for defective or
damaged control knob
spindle or cam operation.
Check for the correct
location of piezo
components. Correct and retry.
Correct and retry
Reset the pilot
burner
Is the valve being
operated correctly?
No
Consult users
instructions, retry
Yes
Yes
Replace the ODS unit
Replace the ignition lead
and retry
No
Remove the ignition lead
from electrode. With
insulated pliers. Hold the
tip 3.5mm from the
pilot pipe work, is there a
spark when the valve
'clicks'?
No
Has ignition lead
become detached or is
connection poor?
YES
Is the gap between the
electrode and
thermocouple as in
Diagram 24?
Yes
Operate the valve to light
the pilot, can repetitive
clicks be heard?
From Ignition Fault
Finding Chart 1
Yes
No
No
Replace the ignitor unit
No
Check for defective or
damaged:
- Microswitch and leads.
- Control Mechanism.
Correct and retry.
Is there a spark?
Correct and retry.
Reset the pilot burner
Is the valve being
operated correctly?
No
Consult the users
instructions, retry. Replace the batteries in the ignitor unit and retry
Ensure there is no debris around the pilot assembly,
(e.g. soot etc.) which could short the spark, clean the area.
NO SPARK
NO SPARK
Ensure there is no debris around the pilot assembly, e.g. coal, soot, etc
which could short the spark, clean the area.
IGNITION FUNCTIONAL CHECK 2B
SLIDE CONTROL
IGNITION FUNCTIONAL CHECK 2A
MANUAL & REMOTE
Yes
Servicing Instructions
Fault Finding Charts
Servicing Instructions
Fault Finding Charts
FLAME FAILURE FUNCTIONAL CHECK 3
PILOT WILL NOT STAY LIT OR APPLIANCE GOES OUT
If the appliance goes out in use continually, this may mean that the
oxygen depletion sensor has been activated. The appliance should not be used
until the cause has been found and rectified.
Ensure there is no debris around the pilot assembly, e.g. coal, soot, etc.
Check for fluff in the pilot aeration hole.
Light the pilot and keep the control knob pushed in at least
10 seconds before letting go
With the pilot running
is the gas pressure
as stated on the
data badge?
No
Problem is with the
pipe work or fittings
which lead to the
appliance. Correct
and retry
Yes
Yes
No
Is thermocouple
connection good in
back of valve
Yes
No
Change mag unit
Yes
Tighten the
connection and retry
Replace ODS unit
Will the pilot stay lit?
Change the
ODS unit
Run for 3 mins, turn
off, time interval until
mag unit shuts with a
click. Is this greater
than 7 seconds?
No
Yes
No
With the appliance
running on full is the
gas at the pressure
stated on the data
badge
No
No
Yes
Is the pilot flame of
the correct length?
see Diagram 24.
Yes
Will the pilot stay lit?
No
Run for 3 mins, turn
off, time interval until
mag unit shuts with a
click. Is this greater
than 7 seconds?
Yes
SYSTEM O.K
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Servicing Instructions - Replacing Parts
1. Servicing
Coal Effect Only
As part of the annual service, the space behind the firebox
must be inspected for any debris, which may have fallen
down the chimney.
1.1
To remove the main burner from the firebox first remove the
decorative front. There are 2 screws securing the front to
the appliance. Refer to separate instructions.
1.2
Turn off the gas supply at the isolation device located under
the appliance.
1.3 Disconnect the gas supply leaving the isolation device on
the supply pipe and not the appliance.
1.6
Remove the loose coals, and place on a dry, clean surface.
1.7
Remove the front coal, flame baffle and all the ceramic
liners. All these items are very fragile and need to be stored
carefully.
Manual Control
1.8
Remove the 5 screws securing the burner unit to the firebox,
see Diagram 2.
2
1.4 Remove the glass frame by removing the 4 screws in the
retaining bracket, see Diagram 1.
1.5
Lift the glass frame off the lower locations tabs, see
Diagram 1, Detail A and carefully place to one side.
1
1.9
Clean any debris from the burner skin.
1.10 The burner unit can now be removed.
Detail A
Remote Control
A
1.7
1.8
The glass frame must be refitted to the appliance following
cleaning or servicing.
Ensure that the fibre glass seal on the box is intact, then
lower the glass frame into the lower location tabs on the
box. The tabs should locate between the glass and the
decorative front, see Diagram 1, Detail A.
3
Secure the glass frame using 4 screws in the retaining
bracket, see Diagram 1.
Replace ALL of the securing screws ensuring that a screw is
present in all fixing slots.
NEVER OPERATE THE APPLIANCE WHEN THE GLASS
FRAME IS REMOVED OR BROKEN.
Refer to the separate decorative front instructions to replace
the front on the appliance.
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHOULD THE
APPLIANCE BE USED IF ANY OF THE GLASS
FRAME RETAINING SCREWS ARE LOOSE OR
MISSING.
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1.11 Remove the 6 screws securing the burner unit to the firebox,
see Diagram 3.
1.12 Clean any debris from the burner skin.
1.13 The burner unit can now be removed.
Servicing Instructions - Replacing Parts
Slide Control
White Stone Effect Only
1.14 Remove the battery before carrying out work on this
appliance.
Removing the battery:
1.20 Remove the white stones and place on a clean dry surface.
1.21 Remove the two decorative panel securing clamps,
see Diagram 7.
7
1.15 The battery box is located at the bottom left of the appliance
behind the ash cover, see Diagram 4.
4
9V Battery
Ignition
Unit
1.22 Carefully remove the enamel back panel by rotating it out of
the firebox.
1.16 Remove the 6 screws securing the burner unit to the firebox,
see Diagram 5.
5
TAKE EXTREME CARE WHILST REMOVING THESE
PANELS NOT TO SCRATCH OR CHIP THE PANEL ON
THE SIDES OF THE FIREBOX.
1.23 Remove the 5 screws securing the burner:
8
1.17 Remove the M4 lock nut and spacer securing the slide arm
to the appliance, see Diagram 6.
Ensure that the spacer is retained and replaced when the
burner unit is reinstalled.
1.24 Gently slide the whole burner assembly forward.
6
1.25 Clean any debris from the burner skin.
M4 Lock Nut and spacer
1.18 Clean any debris from the burner skin.
1.19 The burner unit can now be removed.
Take care not to catch the slide mechanism.
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Servicing Instructions - Replacing Parts
3.5
2. General
2.1
To service any of the following parts of the appliance, it will
be necessary to remove the burner unit from the firebox. To
remove the burner refer to Servicing Section 1.
2.2
The heat shield needs to be removed from the burner for
servicing. To do this remove the three screws indicated in
Diagram 9 and slide the shield forward.
9
Remove the clip from around the front of the valve, see
Diagram 11.
11
Manual Control
Model shown
Ignition
lead
Piezo
Clip
3.6
Rotate the Piezo anti-clockwise until the tab appears in the
slot at the front, see Diagram 12.
12
3. Ignition Lead
3.1
Piezo
The different control versions of this appliance have different
servicing requirements for the Ignition Lead.
Follow the relevant section for each product.
Manual Control
3.2
The Ignition lead and Piezo on this appliance are part of one
complete unit and must be replaced at the same time.
To replace the unit remove the control knob on the front of
the valve cover and undo the nut securing the valve, see
Diagram 10.
Tab
3.7
Withdraw the Piezo unit forward from the valve.
3.8
Replace with a new unit and re-assemble the valve into the
burner unit .
3.9
Check the operation of the Piezo ignitor making sure that
both ignition ‘clicks’ are functioning.
3.10 Reassemble the appliance.
10
Remote Control
3.11 Undo the single screw that secures the left hand side of the
control cover, see Diagram 13.
13
3.3 Disconnect all other valve connections on the rear of the
valve.
3.4
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The valve will now come off.
Servicing Instructions - Replacing Parts
3.12 To release the right hand side of the control cover insert the
narrow blade screwdriver into the slot shown in Diagram 14,
lever it gently and pull from the right hand side at the same
time. The cover will now come off, there is a small cylindrical
metal spacer inside the cover, this must be kept and
replaced on the fixing screw during re-assembly.
4. Piezo
Manual & Remote only
Note: For the Manual Control Valve the Ignition lead and
Piezo are part of one complete unit and must be replaced at
the same time, see Section 3.
Remote Control:
4.1
The Piezo assembly used on this appliance is not
serviceable and is unlikely to fail. If a new piezo is required
it will be necessary to change the gas valve,
refer to Section 6.
14
5. ODS Pilot Unit
3.13 Disconnect the ignition lead from the gas valve and the pilot,
see Diagram 15.
15
Ignition
lead
3.14 Replace with a new ignition lead following the same route as
the old one. Replace the valve cover and the pilot assembly.
3.15 Refit the burner.
3.16 Check the operation of the new ignition lead.
3.17
Note: The pilot unit on the appliance is a non serviceable
unit due to the complex nature of its manufacture.
Replacement of the complete unit must be carried out when
one of the following items becomes faulty:
• Pilot injector
• Ignition electrode
• Thermocouple
Access to the White Stone Effect pilot unit differs from the
Coal Effect. Follow the relevant instruction for your appliance.
Remove the main burner, see Section 1.
White Stone Effect
5.1
Gently pull the ignition lead off the electrode, see Diagram
17, Arrow A and undo the screw, see Diagram 17, Arrow B.
17
Reassemble the appliance.
Slide Control
3.18 Disconnect the ignition lead from the ignition unit and the
pilot unit, see Diagram 16.
A
16
B
Ignition
Unit
5.2
Pilot
Unit
Lift the shroud up and away from the pilot unit.
18
Ignition Lead
3.19 Replace with a new ignition lead following the same route
as the old one.
3.20 Refit the burner.
3.21 Check the operation of the new ignition lead.
3.22 Reassemble the appliance.
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Servicing Instructions - Replacing Parts
5.3
Remove the 2 screws securing the pilot assembly, see
Diagram 19, Arrow C.
19
22
Remote Control
C
C
B
5.9
5.4
Replace the pilot assembly, see 5.13.
Slide Control
Coal Effect
5.5
Replace the pilot assembly, see 5.13.
5.10 Undo the thermocouple connection from the side of the gas
valve, see Diagram 23.
Gently pull the ignition lead off the electrode,
see Diagram 20, Arrow A.
5.11 Undo the pilot pipe from the pilot unit, see Diagram 23,
arrow A and from the gas valve, see Diagram 23, arrow B.
5.6 Remove the 2 screws securing the pilot assembly,
see Diagram 20 Arrow B.
23
20
A
A
Pilot Pipe
B
5.7
Follow the relevant instruction for your appliance.
— Manual or Remote Control, see 5.8.
— Slide Control models, see 5.10.
All Models
5.13 Replace with a new pilot assembly and check the spark gap,
see Diagram 24.
24
Undo the thermocouple connection at the back of the gas
valve and the pilot pipe at the pilot unit, see Diagrams 21 or
22, Arrows B and C.
21
Manual Control
C
B
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Thermocouple
5.12 Replace the pilot assembly, see 5.13.
Manual Control &
Remote Control
5.8
B
5.14 After reassembly check for gas soundness and carry out a
flame failure functional check as detailed in the Fault
Finding chart, especially the time it takes for the mag unit to
close.
Servicing Instructions - Replacing Parts
6. Gas Valve
Remote Control
6.9
Manual Control
6.1
To remove the gas valve first remove the thermocouple,
see Diagram 25, Arrow A.
To remove the gas valve first remove the thermocouple,
see Diagram 27, Arrow A.
27
25
D
Screw
Screw
B
C
D
A
6.2
6.3
A B
C
6.10 Undo the pilot pipe from the gas valve, see Diagram 27,
Arrow B.
Undo the pilot pipe from the gas valve, see Diagram 25,
Arrow B.
Undo the inlet pipe from the gas valve, see Diagram 25,
Arrow C.
6.4
Undo the main injector feed pipe from the gas valve,
see Diagram 25, Arrow D.
6.5
Disconnect the injector nut, see Diagram 26, Arrow E.
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6.11 Undo the inlet pipe from the gas valve, see Diagram 27,
Arrow C.
6.12 Undo the main injector feed pipe from the gas valve,
see Diagram 27, Arrow D.
6.13 Disconnect the ignition lead from the pilot unit.
6.14 Undo 2 screws securing the gas valve to the bracket, see
Diagram 27.
6.15 The gas valve can now be removed from the burner unit.
6.16 To replace the gas valve reverse the above procedure.
6.17
Check for gas leaks.
Slide Control
6.18 To remove the gas valve first remove the thermocouple,
see Diagram 28, Arrow A.
E
6.6
Undo the 2 bolts securing the gas valve to the appliance
and remove the valve unit.
6.7
Replace in reverse order.
6.8
Check all joints for gas leaks, check operation of the
thermocouple and ignition lead.
28
C
D
B
A
6.19 Undo the pilot pipe from the gas valve, see Diagram 28,
Arrow B.
6.20 Undo the inlet pipe from the gas valve, see Diagram 28,
Arrow C.
6.21 Undo the main injector feed pipe from the gas valve,
see Diagram 28, Arrow D.
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Servicing Instructions - Replacing Parts
6.22 Disconnect the 2 leads from the micro-switch, see Diagram 29.
29
6.26 Undo the 2 screws securing the bracket to the bottom of the
burner unit, see Diagram 21.
32
Leads
Bracket
Micro-switch
6.23 Undo the screw from the end of the spindle and remove the
bracket, see Diagram 29. Ensure bracket is replaced during
reassembly.
6.24 Remove the front baffle by undoing the screw securing it to
the burner unit, see Diagram 30.
Ensure the baffle is replaced during re-assembly.
Screws
6.27Undo 2 screws securing the gas valve to the bracket,
see Diagram 33.
33
30
Screws
6.28 Replace in reverse order.
6.29
Check for gas leaks.
7. Mag Unit
6.25 Remove the front channel from the top of the burner unit by
undoing the 2 screws, see Diagram 31.
Note: When replacing the front channel ensure that the end
with the 2 holes is located to the right side of the burner unit
with the taller face to the front.
31
7.1
Undo the thermocouple nut, see Diagram 34, 35 or 36, Arrow B.
34
Manual Control
Screws
B
35
Remote Control
B
36
Servicing Instructions - Replacing Parts
36
Slide Control
39
Slide Control
D
E
B
7.2
Undo the mag unit retaining nut at the back of the control
valve behind the thermocouple nut.
7.3
After removing the retaining nut, the mag unit can be tapped
out and a replacement fitted:
7.4
Replace the mag unit retaining nut and tighten.
Note - this is a gas-tight seal.
7.5
Replace the thermocouple and check for gas leaks.
7.6
After reassembly, carry out the flame failure functional check
as detailed in the Fault Finding chart, especially the time it
takes for the mag unit to close.
8. Main Injector
8.1
Undo the injector compression nut and valve nut, see
Diagram 37, 38 or 39, Arrows D and E, and pull the pipe
clear of the injector body.
37
8.2
Rotate the injector until it is fully removed.
8.3
Replace with the correct replacement injector. When
ordering, always state the model, gas type and serial
number.
8.4
Reassemble and turn the gas supply on, check for any leaks.
9. Ignition Unit
(Slide Control Model only)
9.1
Remove the battery, see Section 2.
9.2
Remove the 2 leads and the pilot ignition lead from the
ignition unit, see Diagram 40.
40
Pilot Ignition
Lead
Screw
(Behind unit)
Screw
Manual Control
E
D
Leads
9.3
Undo the 2 screws securing the unit in place, see Diagram 40.
9.4
Replace in reverse order.
Remote Control
38
E
D
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Servicing Instructions - Replacing Parts
10. Changing between Gas Types
The following parts must be changed when converting an
appliance from one gas type to another:
Manual Control:
PART
COAL EFFECT
STONE EFFECT
NG
GZ8373
GZ8322
LPG
GZ8374
GZ8326
NG
PR1055
PR1040
LPG
PR1056
PR1054
NG
BURNER
COVER GASKET LPG
CE0273
N/A
CE0498
NA/
COAL EFFECT
STONE EFFECT
NG
GZ10745
GZ11166
LPG
GZ11164
GZ11167
NG
PR1877-LG-HE
PR1877-LG-HE
LPG
PR1877-LG-HE
PR1877-LG-HE
CE0273
N/A
CE0498
N/A
COAL EFFECT
STONE EFFECT
NG
GZ9523
GZ11130
LPG
GZ11093
GZ11132
NG
PR1590-LG-HE
PR1590-LG-HE
LPG
PR1590-LG-HE
PR1590-LG-HE
CE0273
N/A
CE0498
N/A
BURNER
ASSEMBLY
DATABADGE
Remote Control:
PART
BURNER
ASSEMBLY
DATABADGE
NG
BURNER
COVER GASKET LPG
Slide Control:
PART
BURNER
ASSEMBLY
DATABADGE
NG
BURNER
COVER GASKET LPG
All Models
Note: The control valve will be set for the particular
appliance and gas type. In all instances, when ordering new
parts, be sure to quote the appliance type and serial
number.
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Use only genuine Gazco replacement parts.
Nonstandard components will invalidate the guarantee
and may be dangerous.
Servicing Instructions - Replacing Parts
11. Spares Part Lists - Stone Effect
Manual
Remote
STONE CHIPPINGS
CE0732
ENAMEL PANEL
GZ8425
Slide Control
NATURAL GAS PARTS
MAIN INJECTOR
IN0044
PILOT ASSEMBLY
PI0036
AERATION PLATE
GZ3270
GAS VALVE (NG ONLY)
GC0156
GC0088K
GC0168
LPG PARTS
MAIN INJECTOR
IN0065
PILOT ASSEMBLY
PI0037
AERATION PLATE
GZ3867
GAS VALVE (LPG ONLY)
GC0158
GC0088K
GC0168
MISCELLANEOUS
MAG UNIT
GC0160
GC0166
GC0173
PIEZO UNIT
GC0159
-
-
IGNITION LEAD
-
GC0090
EL0578
CONTROL COVER
-
GC0087
-
UPGRADE KIT
-
8455
-
IGNITOR UNIT
-
-
EL0573
MICROSWITCH
-
-
EL0572
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Servicing Instructions - Replacing Parts
12. Spares Part Lists - Coal Effect
Manual
Remote
FRONT COAL
CE0490
FLAME BAFFLE
CE0491
SIDE PANEL LH
CE0482
SIDE PANEL RH
CE0483
REAR PANEL
CE0497
TOP PANEL
CE0484
COALS AND PEBBLES
CE1031
Slide Control
NATURAL GAS PARTS
MAIN INJECTOR
IN0064
PILOT ASSEMBLY
PI0036
AERATION PLATE
GZ3269
GAS VALVE (NG ONLY)
GC0156
GC0088K
GC0168
RESTRICTOR PLATES
TBC
TBC
TBC
LPG PARTS
MAIN INJECTOR
IN0031
PILOT ASSEMBLY
PI0037
AERATION PLATE
GZ3866
GAS VALVE (LPG ONLY)
RESTRICTOR PLATES
GC0158
GC0088K
GC0168
TBC
TBC
TBC
MISCELLANEOUS
MAG UNIT
GC0160
GC0166
GC0173
PIEZO UNIT
GC0159
-
-
IGNITION LEAD
-
GC0090
EL0578
CONTROL COVER
-
GC0087
-
UPGRADE KIT
-
8455
-
IGNITOR UNIT
-
-
EL0573
MICROSWITCH
-
-
EL0572
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Service Records
1ST SERVICE
2ND SERVICE
Date of Service..........................................................................
Date of Service........................................................................
Next Service Due.......................................................................
Next Service Due.....................................................................
Signed........................................................................................
Signed......................................................................................
Retailer's Stamp/Gas Safe Registration Number
Retailer's Stamp/Gas Safe Registration Number
3RD SERVICE
4TH SERVICE
Date of Service..........................................................................
Date of Service........................................................................
Next Service Due.......................................................................
Next Service Due.....................................................................
Signed........................................................................................
Signed......................................................................................
Retailer's Stamp/Gas Safe Registration Number
Retailer's Stamp/Gas Safe Registration Number
5TH SERVICE
6TH SERVICE
Date of Service..........................................................................
Date of Service........................................................................
Next Service Due.......................................................................
Next Service Due.....................................................................
Signed........................................................................................
Signed......................................................................................
Retailer's Stamp/Gas Safe Registration Number
Retailer's Stamp/Gas Safe Registration Number
7TH SERVICE
8TH SERVICE
Date of Service..........................................................................
Date of Service........................................................................
Next Service Due.......................................................................
Next Due..................................................................................
Signed........................................................................................
Signed......................................................................................
Retailer's Stamp/Gas Safe Registration Number
Retailer's Stamp/Gas Safe Registration Number
9TH SERVICE
10TH SERVICE
Date of Service..........................................................................
Date of Service........................................................................
Next Service Due.......................................................................
Next Service Due.....................................................................
Signed........................................................................................
Signed......................................................................................
Retailer's Stamp/Gas Safe Registration Number
Retailer's Stamp/Gas Safe Registration Number
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Gazco Limited, Osprey Road, Sowton Industrial Estate, Exeter, Devon, England EX2 7JG
Technical Customer Services: (01392) 261950 Fax: (01392) 261951
E-mail: [email protected]
A member of the Stovax Group
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