M-301 Duo - Homeward Bath

M-301 Duo
Installation & Operation Manual
Right Hand Unit Pictured
Note: You must read all installation & operation instructions prior to assembly and use of this unit.
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Table of Contents
Unit Parameters
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Specification Page
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Safety Information
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Notice
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Drain Disclosure
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Tools Need for Installation ……………………………………………
Installation Manual
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Sauna Control Panel
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Shower Control Panel
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Remote Control
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Working Condition
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Control Panel Troubleshooting ……………………...……………
Cleaning & Maintenance ……………………………………………
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11 – 13
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16
17
Note: Within the Warranty period, please don’t take off the decals from the computer
control boxes and the steam generator without manufacturer’s permission. Please do not
maintain or change the circuit by yourself. Usually most of the problems could be
troubleshoot over the phone. When calling for service questions, please provide your model
number, serial number, Purchase Order, and type of problem you are having.
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System
Steam System
Sauna System
Electric Parameter
Voltage
Power
Frequency
220V
3KW
60-50Hz
220V
Length
Size
Width
Height
64 Inch
42 Inch
86 Inch
Note: This manual is based on a Right hand unit. For left hand, all fixtures are reversed
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M-301
 Factory tested
 Left/Right Models Available
 3KW Self-Cleaning Steam
Generator with controls
 3KW Sauna Heater with
controls
 Available in White
 Polished Finish
 Phone & FM Radio
 Auxiliary RCA input for
MP3, iPod, CD
 Steam Aromatherapy Cup
 Accessory Rack
 Mirror
 Foot Massage
 Body Massage Jets
 Rainfall Shower
 Hand-held Shower w/
Height-Adjustable
Bracket
 Molded Seat
 Pressure Balance Valve
(optional extra)
 Thermostatic Valve
 Adjustable Steam Time
& Temperature Settings
 Control Panel with
Remote
 Sliding Doors
 Circulation Fan
 Mood Lighting
Left model as shown
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
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Materials: Acrylic, Tempered Glass, cypress wood
Power Supply: 220V/-2 separate circuits
Steam Ready: 2-5 MIN
Sauna Ready: 5-10 MIN
Dimensions: 64 x 42 x 86 IN
ELECTRICAL INFORMATION
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220volt- 20 amp GFCI breakers needed for both heaters
2 separate dedicated 12-2 wires - 1 for steam and 1 for sauna (line 1, line 2, and ground)
There is a length of wire from the control box supplied to connect to power source.
 Note: THE SAUNA CONTROL BOX MUST BE INSTALLED OUSTIDE OF THE UNIT. To connect the
sauna system you will need a length of wire from one of the two dedicated power lines to the Sauna
Control box and a length of wire from the Sauna Control Box to the Sauna Box inside the sauna
room section of the M-301 Dual Steam Sauna unit. Wire is not included.
PLUMBING REQUIRMENTS
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The unit is equipped with hot and cold, metal braided ½ inch water supply hose with ½ national pipe
thread.
Need to install hot and cold shutoffs with ½ -male national pipe thread (not included).
Supply hoses are to connect from the faucet manifold on the unit to the shutoff valves.
All water jet features are pre plumbed with reinforced braided flexible supply hose
All fixtures and fittings must be checked for tightness as they may have been loosened during transport.
GENERAL INFORMATION
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Units come broken down in panels and are assembled with screws, nuts and bolts on site. All seams to
be caulked with 100% silicone at room temperature (no latex caulking)
Note: All shower bases need to be leveled in its final resting position, mark the placement, then pull
base out and begin assembly. Access panel area recommended.
It is best to have base in hand for drain location. It is advised to have base onsite before preparing drain
location. Access panel area recommended. Manufacturer reserves the right to change specs or
features at anytime. Please check to confirm details. 1-866-783-2661
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M-301-R
Note: In a left hand model, everything is reversed.
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Important Safety Information
IMPORTANT
The following must be observed for safe and proper installation and operation. Professional
installation is recommended, faulty electrical work may increase the risk of fire.
1. Always consult with a physician before using a steam shower.
2. Children should never use steam shower without adult supervision.
3. If you become dizzy, lightheaded or nauseas you should discontinue use immediately and
consult a physician.
WARNING: Individuals who are intoxicated, or have been diagnosed with high blood pressure, or
other heart problems should not use steam showers without prior medical consent.
Notice
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Do not disconnect any hose or joints from the acrylic panels.
All seams in steam shower must be sealed with 100% silicone caulk
Tighten and reseal any and all loose fittings, jets and fixtures.
All electrical work should be done in accordance with local safety standards.
Water lines must be active before unit is powered up.
Drain Disclosure
NOTICE TO INSTALLERS
THE FLEXIBLE DRAIN HOSE THAT IS INCLUDED WITH THIS UNIT IS FOR INSTALLATION INTO
AN OPEN FLOOR DRAIN ONLY. SUBSTITUTING THE EXISTING DRAIN SHOE FOR A DIFFERENT
ONE WILL NOT VOID THE WARRANTY AS LONG AS THERE NO DAMAGE OR EVIDENCE OF
MISUSE TO THE BASE
Call 1-866-steam-61 for more specific information
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Tools required for installation:
Leveler
Screw driver
Silicone
Spanner
Electric Drill
Triangle Ruler
Hammer
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Installation
Key:
1. Bolts
2. Lid
3. back of the steam shower
4. Side clamp bar
5. Base
6. Anchor bolts
7. Moveable glass door
8. Stationary glass door
9. Back of sauna
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Installation Instructions
Sauna
Step ONE: Getting started: Place the base in the appropriate position and adjust the anchor bolt to
level the base. Tighten the screw cap of the anchor bolt. Remember to calk in-between all panel and
base and top. This is a steam shower. All seams and joints MUST be sealed.
Step TWO: Putting together the sauna: The back of the steam shower should be connected to the
side panel of the sauna with the vent (located near the floor). The back of the sauna is the largest
wooden panel (9). The smaller wooden panel with the glass window is the front of the sauna, which
is also the front of the unit. See diagram for more details.
Step THREE: Putting together the steam shower: Place the main acrylic panel on the base and
secure it with nuts and bolts. Install the stationary glass door with the moveable glass door and
then place them on the base. Connect and tighten it with the sauna and the back of the steam
shower. Connect the top with the sauna and glass frames and the back of the steam shower. Move
the completely installed unit to the wall corner as originally desired. Remember to calk all seams
and joints. This is a steam shower and all seams and joints MUST be sealed. Do the final finish
caulkings on the inside of the steam shower room.
Step FOUR: Water and electrical connection: Connect the cold and warm water pipes. See more
details on page 6 for water and electrical specifications. For electrical information see the back of
the main control box for additional information.
Do not connect the wire with ozone (O3).
*All four sides must have enough clearance to be accessible for installation.
Reminder: After assembly do not move unit for at least five (5) days to ensure that caulk has dried
completely.
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How to Use:
Sauna: Control Panel
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The control panel is splash-proof, but should be installed in a dry place near the sauna
room.
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The sensor unit must be installed to the wall inside of the sauna room.
Instructions/Safety Regulations for Sauna Control Panel:
1.) When powering up first time display panel will read:
00:00
XX
H:M
TEMP
The Clock is a 24-hour clock/timer
The Temp is ambient temperature
To set clock to current time:
Press + hold the H button until the displayed number is the same as the current time. The light
has to be flashing to change the time. Repeat the same procedure for by pressing the M button for
minutes. The light will flash for a few seconds and then it will stop. This will set your clock.
To set duration and temperature for sauna:
Press power button (this must be ON to set temperature and duration). The unit is now ON. Press
Control Time button and press the H and M buttons for the duration desired. Press Control Time
again to set the time for the sauna.
Press Temp buttons to desired temperature using the up and down arrows. Press P to shut unit
OFF.
To set up Auto-Start Feature:
Press Prepare to Place. The light will flash. Set Clock buttons to the desired time you wish the
Sauna to start. Once that is completed, press the P (power button) and the current time will be
displayed and the Prepare to Place button will remain lit. The temperature of the sauna will be the
same as the last time that it was used and the duration will be default at 4 hours.
To turn off the Auto-Start feature, press P and the Prepare to Place button’s light will turn off. The
Auto-Start feature is now OFF.
***Please note: Time and Temperature will always be ON.
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BF1101 Control System
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3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Timing and Temperature setting
Overhead shower
Body Massage Jets
Top light
Time / Temperature +
Time / Temperature –
Circulation Fan
Back light (not active for this
model)
Sauna (not active for this model)
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16.
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18.
19.
Radio on/off and CD connection
Radio frequency +
Volume +
Radio frequency Memorizing
Steam ON/OFF
Radio frequency –
Volume –
Remote sensor
Telephone
Power on/off
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Description of Functions
1. ON/OFF Key
Under ON state, press “ON/OFF” Key on the panel to start the system, and the top
light is turner on, all factions are activated on the panel, the back light is on, LCD
shows the environment temperature and all icons are lit; press the “ON/OFF” to shut
off the system. Ozone disinfecting procedure and steam generator ventilation
function will be automatically active within 30 seconds after turning off the system.
Ozone function will shut off 10 minutes later, and the draining function will shut off
3 minutes later.
Press other keys except “ON/OFF” key under standby and OFF state, the backlight
will come on, if the systems is not turned on, the backlight will be turned off in 30
seconds.
Following functions are available when the system is on:
2. Circulation Fan:
Press
key on the panel to start the fan the icon will light up on the LCD screen.
Pressing the fan key again, will shut down the circulation fan.
3. Steam:
Press
key on the panel. The default steam time is 45 minutes, and the highest
temperature is 45°C (113°F). By pressing the steam key again, the steam system will
be shut off.
4. Steam Temperature and Time Setting:
Press “FUN” key on the panel till temperature icon is flashing on the screen, system
will enter into steam temperature setting state. Press “+” or “-“key to increase or
decrease temperature, the temperature range is 25-60°C (77-140°F); press this key
again to enter into time setting state. The time range is 1-99 minutes, if time or
temperature is not adjusted within 5 seconds, the system will automatically recover
to display environment temperature.
5. Rainfall Showerhead:
Press
key on the panel to start or turn off rainfall showerhead function, the icon
on the screen will illuminate.
6. Back Jets Massage:
Press
key on the penal or remote control to operate the jets. The control order:
upper body jets, middle body jets, lower body jets, sequential shower, OFF. If any of
the functions are turned on, the corresponding icon will light up.
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Description of Functions Cont’d
7. CD/FM Function:
Press
key on the control panel or remote to activate the FM Radio, the
corresponding icon will light up on the control panel. The system will automatically
switch to the previous frequency. Pressing this key the second time, will switch the
function to CD mode. The display will show the corresponding icon. Pressing the
again will shut off the system.
8. Volume Adjustment:
When the speaker is ON, pressing the “+” or “-“on the key panel to increase or
decrease the volume. When changing the volume, the LCD monitor will display the
corresponding changes.
9. Frequency or Channel Adjustment:
When the radio is ON, press the “TUN” key to adjust the frequency. Pressing the
button once, will increase or decrease the frequency by 0.1MHz, holding it for 1
minute will automatically search channels. The search will stop once the next
station will be found, and the LCD panel will display the corresponding channel.
When the system displays channel, press “+” or “-“key to adjust channels, the range
is 1-25 channels.
10. MEM, HZ, CH Selection Key:
When radio in ON, press “MEM” key to select radio frequency (H) or channel (CH).
Hold this key to store the correct frequency into channel, LCD display will show
“MEM” when stored.
11. Telephone Function (Operational only when is plugged in):
When there is an incoming call, telephone will ring, system will automatically shut
off the radio/CD. Press
key on the panel to stop the ring and receive the phone
call. LCD display will show the telephone icon; also the shower functions will
automatically shut off. Press phone key again to end the call.
12. Mood Light:
Top light will turn up when the system is activated. Press the Light key on the panel
or remote control to turn on or turn off the mood light.
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MID-1101 Remote Control System
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Note: Sauna key does not have any functions for this model
Note: Rainfall shower and body massage jets are electronically controlled only.
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Working Condition
Rated Voltage
Rated Current
Insulation Resistance
Waterproof Grade
Load
Steam
Mood Light
Ozone
Circulation Fan
Solenoid Valve
Working Condition and Features
AC220V
Fated Frequency
14A
Rated Power
>20M
Leakage Current
IPx4
Leakage Protection Current
Rated Loading
Voltage
AC220V
AC12V
AC12V
DC12V
DC12V
50-60Hz
3050W
Meet corporation standard
(15-30)mA
Loading Configuration
Rated Loading
Rated Loading Power
Frequency
50Hz/60Hz
3KW
50Hz/60Hz
32W
50Hz/60Hz
6W
--4W
--5W
Quantity
1
1
1
1
6
Note: Solenoid valve includes: water inlet, water drainage, rainfall showerhead, upper body
jets, middle body jets, and lower body jets. All features meet the general standard of home
appliances.
Note: Within the Warranty period, please don’t take off the decals from the computer
control boxes and the steam generator without manufacturer’s permission. Please do not
maintain or change the circuit by yourself. Usually most of the problems could be
troubleshoot over the phone. When calling for service questions, please provide your model
number, serial number, Purchase Order, and type of problem you are having.
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Control Panel Troubleshooting Guide
Fault
Display
System does
not come on
Display does
not work
Switch
Malfunction
System
stopped
Reason
1. Power cord is not connected or power
supply is not available
2. Power voltage is too low
3. 2A fuse is damaged
4. RCD is damaged
1. Circuit breaker is damaged
2. Short circuit
Indicator Light
is on
1. Electronic element is damaged
2. Water drainage tube is jammed
Indicator Light
is not on
1. Electronic element is damaged
2. Circuit is damaged
Unit
automatically
turns off
1. Water is not available
2. Water pressure is too low
3. Steam generator heating element is
damaged
4. No water in steam generator
5. Steam delivery pipe is jammed or
broken
6. It is heating
7. Temperature in the bathroom is higher
than the set value
1. Low water pressure
2. Inlet and drainage pipe is jammed
3. Water drainage tube and sewer is
jammed
4. Steam pipe is jammed
1. The set temperature is too high
2. Temperature probe is damaged
Steam is not
available
Automatic
Protection
Temperature is
too high
Steam is
interrupted
1. Steam reaches the set time
2. Set temperature is too low
3. Electronic elements (heating tube) is
damaged
Water flows
from steam
outlet
1. Floater is out of control
2. Water level detection circuit is out of
control
Speaker does
not work
LCD displays
radio
1. No signal is supplied
2. VOL/DC switch key is not pressed
3. Speaker is damaged
4. Antenna is loose
Radio doesn’t
display on LCD
1. Circuit board or elements are damaged
2. Circuit is loose or has bad connection
Solution
1. Correctly connect the power cord, &
wait for power supply.
2. 220V/50Hz power supply is required
3. Replace 2A fuse
4. RCD
1. Replace circuit breaker
2. Check the circuit
1. Replace the water inlet value or water
drainage valve
2. Clean the jammed tube
1. Repair or replace the corresponding
parts
2. Connect the circuit
1. Wait for water supply, restart the system
2. Install water pump for tall buildings
3. Replace heating element
4. Check the water inlet solenoid valve
5. Remove jammed materials or replace
the pipe
6. Wait for water to heat
7. Automatically recover steam supply after
temperature is lower than the set value
(or increase the temperature)
1. Install pressure pump
2. Remove impurity
3. Clean out the jam from water drainage
tube and sewer
4. Clean out the jam from steam pipe
1. Decrease the temperature
2. Replace the probe
1. Adjust time again
2. Increase the temperature (higher than
room temperature)
3. Repair or replace corresponding
elements (heating tube)
1. Check the floater
2. Check the water level control parts
1. Adjust the frequency again
2. Press the VOL/CD key
3. Replace the speaker
4. Connect the antenna and adjust the
position
1. Replace the elements or circuit board
2. Install circuit elements or replace them
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Cleaning
1. Daily cleaning will be much easier if you polish and wax the surface frequently. You
may use car polish and wax or a soft cloth with toothpaste; never use the detergents
with acetone and ammonia content. Never use any abrasive, gritty cleaning or
scouring materials.
2. Clean the acrylic surface of the steam shower, use a polish first to get a shining
surface and then use wax to secure and save the shinning surface of the steam
cabin.
3. Lemon juice or vinegar can be heated with the soft cloth to clean the surface.
4. Light scratching on the surface can be removed with 1200# or above sand paper.
The sand paper should be soaked in water then use to burnish, and polish the spot
with polishing paste.
5. After every 20 cycles are finished, it is suggested that the steam generator should be
cleaned. When cleaning the generator, 5 to 10 grams of citric acid diluted with 1.5 to
1.7 liters of warm water should be prepared, than poured into the steam generator
through the rubber pipe. After 8 to 12 hours connect the power and press the
heating key, enabling the detergent to vaporize.
6. We strongly advise to use a filtration system for the steam generator unit.
Recommended filtration system is Whirlpool WHKF-DWHV.
General Use and Maintenance
A. Drops of water will continue to drain out the jets and suction for some time after the
use for some time, this is normal.
B. Abrasive cleaners must not be used on chrome or gold plated fittings.
C. Always shut off the power supply when the system is not in use.
D. If an underwater light is fitted, DO NOT switch it on unless the lens is completely
covered by bath water.
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