Timra / Vista
Timra / Vista
40010541 - 0739
UK
Installation Guide
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Table of contents
1
Introduction ......................................................................................... 2
2
Safety and general information .................................................................. 3
3
Installation requirements ......................................................................... 4
3.1
Builders opening and surround ............................................................. 4
3.2
Dimensions .................................................................................... 5
3.3
Flue requirements............................................................................ 6
3.4
Debris catcher ................................................................................ 6
4
Instructions for installation ....................................................................... 7
4.1
Gas connection ............................................................................... 7
4.2
Preparing the appliance..................................................................... 8
4.3
Fitting the firebox ........................................................................... 9
4.4
Placing the log set .......................................................................... 12
5
Remote control .................................................................................... 13
5.1
Remote control (if applicable) ............................................................ 13
5.2
Installation remote control ................................................................ 13
6
Commissioning (functional checks) ............................................................. 15
6.1
Check pilot ignition ......................................................................... 15
6.2
Functional burner check ................................................................... 15
6.3
Spillage test .................................................................................. 15
6.4
Flame Supervision & Blocked Flue Monitoring System ................................ 16
6.5
Check setting pressure ..................................................................... 16
7
Handing over (final check and customer briefing) ........................................... 17
8
Servicing ............................................................................................ 17
8.1
Routine annual servicing ................................................................... 17
8.2
Propane conversion ......................................................................... 18
9
Spare parts.......................................................................................... 20
10
Technical specifications ...................................................................... 21
11
Safety instructions for the user .............................................................. 22
11.1
12
General safety instructions ................................................................ 22
Controlling the appliance ..................................................................... 23
12.1
Lighting the fire ............................................................................. 23
12.2
To light........................................................................................ 24
12.3
To extinguish................................................................................. 24
12.4
Remote control version .................................................................... 24
13
Cleaning and service instructions............................................................ 27
14
Disposal of packaging and appliance........................................................ 28
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1 Introduction
Note: these instructions should be read carefully and retained for future reference.
Please leave these instructions with the user.
This guide is concerning the following types of appliances:
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TIMRA (for installation in a surround)
•
VISTA (for installation as a hole in the wall)
Special features:
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Realistic flame and glow effect
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Small flue outlet, 100 mm
•
Installation with a debris catcher within an existing masonry chimney
•
Remote Control option on all appliances
•
A spillage monitoring system (TTB switch) is fitted which cuts off the gas, if flue is
blocked or malfunctioning
•
Meets the essential requirements of the European Gas Appliance Directive (GAD)
and carries the CE mark
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2 Safety and general information
Before installation, ensure that the local distribution conditions (identification of the type
of gas and pressure) and the adjustment of the appliance are compatible.
This gas appliance is factory set and shall not be adjusted by the installer.
The spillage monitoring system must not be put out of operation.
Always use an additional guard if there are elderly, infirm or children in the same room of
the appliance.
This appliance does not contain any component manufactured from asbestos or any
asbestos related products.
General safety
It is the law in the UK that all gas appliances, are installed by a competent person in
accordance with the Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations (as amended), the
relevant British Standards for Installation work, Building Regulations, Codes of Practice and
the manufacturers instructions.
The installation should also be carried out in accordance with the following where
relevant:
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BS 715
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BS 5871 Part 2
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BS 1251
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BS 6891
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BS 5440 Parts 1 & 2
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BS 8303
•
Building Regulations Document J (as applicable)
•
Building Regulations and Standards issued as relevant by the Department of the
Environment or the Scottish Development Department
•
In the Republic of Ireland installation should be carried out in accordance with
IS813, ICP3, IS327, Building Regulations, Codes of Practice, the manufacturers
instructions and all other regulations in force
Failure to comply with the above could leave the installer liable to prosecution and
invalidate the appliance warranty.
The appliance must not be installed in a room containing a bath or shower or where steam
may be present.
Ventilation
No purpose provided ventilation is normally required when this appliance is installed in the
UK. Where other appliances operate in the same room or space then these should be
considered when sizing air vents. The spillage test in the section commissioning may
indicate that purpose provided ventilation is required. Where fitted ventilation must
comply with BS5440 part 2. For the Republic of Ireland the ventilation requirements may
vary and if unsure then advice should be sought from the relevant authorities.
Safety instructions for the user: see chapter 11.
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3 Installation requirements
Note: Since the appliance is a source of heat, circulation of air occurs. Therefore it is of
importance that you do not use the appliance shortly after a renovation of the home.
Because of the natural circulation of air, moist and volatile components from paint,
building materials, carpet etc. will be attracted. These components can settle themselves
down onto cold surfaces in the form of soot.
As on all heat producing appliances, soft furnishings such as blown vinyl wallpaper placed
too near to the appliance may become scorched or discoloured. This should be born in
mind when installing the appliance.
3.1
Builders opening and surround
The appliance can be installed in the following situations:
In a non-combustible fireplace or builders opening. This could be either an existing
builders opening or a new made prefab builders opening. For the measurements, see figure
3.1 and index.
Although the appliance is tested for installation without a hearth, the appliance must not
stand on combustible materials or carpets. If the appliance is placed on a combustible
floor then a fibrelux or similar heatproof board of 12 mm thickness should be placed under
it. Any under floor vents or openings within the builders opening should be sealed off.
Do not place the lintel, surround or marble stone directly onto the appliance. If possible,
apply a lintel made of cement or something similar.
•
The plaster of the outside has to be resistant to a high temperature. Use therefore
the plaster materials especially made for this such as Masterboard or Fibrelux, to
prevent discolouring (min. 100 degrees temperature resistant).
If the appliance is to be fitted against a wall with combustible cladding, the cladding must
be removed from the area covered by the surround.
The minimum height from the top surface of the fire to the underside of any shelf made
from wood or other combustible materials is as follows:
•
For a shelf up to 150 mm deep – Minimum height = 350 mm (fig. 3.1).
•
If the shelf depth is greater than 150 mm add 50 mm to the shelf clearance height
for every 25 mm increase in shelf depth.
•
Side clearance = Minimum distance from the side of the fire frame to combustible
material = 150 mm.
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3.2
Dimensions
fig.3.1
Builders opening (mm)
Timra
Vista
A
Opening width
420
450
B
Opening Height
565
590
C
Opening Depth (min.)
370
370
Shelf dimensions (combustible)
D
Minimum height shelf from top frame
350
350
E
Depth shelf
150
150
Dimensions (mm)
F
Box width
410
410
G
Box Depth
318
318
H
Box height
557
557
I
Frame width
440
490
J
Frame height
576
626
K
Frame Thickness
10
20
L
Position flue (behind frame)
228
238
M
Position flue (from the back side box)
90
90
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Flue requirements
Suitable flues and flue sizes are as follows:
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Flexible stainless-steel liner or pipe (to BS715). The flue connector outer collar is
for connection to a 125 mm (5 inch) internal diameter pipe or liner. The inner
collar is for connection to a 100 mm internal diameter pipe or liner
•
The flue must have a positive up draught.
The minimum effective height of the flue system must be 3 meter.
The flue must not be used for any other appliance or application.
When installing a flexible flue liner, it must be fully contained within another flue and
properly supported.
3.3
Debris catcher
The debris catcher Kit (fig. 4.8) is optional and can be purchased from Faber.
For installation see the instruction manual that comes with the Kit.
The Kit consist of a debris catcher (4.8 A), a glass fibre seal (4.8 B). a Warning sticker (4.8
C) and installation manual. The 4” flexible pipe conforming to BS EN 1856-2 (4.8 D), with a
length of 500 mm, has to be purchased separately.
Suitable flues and flue sizes are as follows:
•
Required flue size: 150 mm – 225 mm square conventional brick flue or 150 mm –
175 mm diameter lined brick or stone flue with a minimum effective height of 3
meters
•
The Debris Catcher shall only be fitted to chimneys that have passed a flue
performance test to ensure that the flue is sound and without leaks (to BS 5440)
•
The Debris Catcher shall only be fitted to chimneys that have been swept if
previously used for solid fuel
•
The Debris Catcher shall not be fitted to chimney’s that are likely to have problems
with condensation i.e. above 12 meters internal chimney’s or above 10 meters
external chimney’s
Always keep in mind that when servicing the appliance, the combustion chamber needs to
be removed in order to be able to check for the presence of debris on top of the firebox
and the condition of the chimney.
3.3.1 Terminal location
•
Site in accordance with BS 5440-1:2000 and the document J
•
For good functioning we advise to have the terminal at the ridge of the roof
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4 Instructions for installation
4.1
1
Gas connection
Installation pipes should be in accordance with IGE/UP/1B. Pipe work from the meter
to the appliance must be of adequate size.
2
The complete installation including the meter must be tested for soundness and
purged as described in the above code.
3
A means of isolation must be provide in the supply to facilitate servicing.
4
The connection should be made in 8 mm copper or similar semi flexible tube (max. 1
meter). Ensure that the gas pipe does not interfere with the removal or replacement
of the burner tray of the controls.
5
The supply gas feed line should enter the appliance through one of the openings in the
appliance case. Openings are at the back and right side.
6
The gas connection is nut and olive suitable for 8 mm pipe.
7
Where a gas pipe passes through a void, wall or cavity it must be fully enclosed in a
sleeve, and the opening from the void behind the fire surround to the cavity wall must
be sealed.
Fig.4.1
Gas supply routes when fire is fitted in a deep surround
A & B = Behind surround – Sleeve pipe through surround
C = Through wall – Pipe must be sleeved and sealed to fire
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Preparing the appliance
B
B
A
A
B
B
Fig.4.2
1
Open the ashtray door and remove the two screws A
2
Lift and remove the glass frame.
3
Remove the trim by unscrewing the four screws B
4
Take the box with the log set out of the combustion chamber
5
Disconnect the TTB cable
6
Remove the burner chamber out of the firebox
TTB connection
Fig.4.3
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4.3
Fitting the firebox
•
Position the firebox in the fireplace opening.
•
If the appliance is placed on a combustible floor then a fibrelux or similar heatproof
board of 12 mm thickness should be placed under it.
Any under floor vents or openings within the builders opening should be sealed off.
•
The surface of the floor must be sufficiently flat to enable the bottom of the front
surround and door to be aligned horizontally.
•
The front face of the fireplace should be reasonably flat over the area covered by
the firebox to ensure good sealing.
•
Make the gas connection according to the instructions (also see gas connection,
chapter 4.1).
•
Secure the vent connector unit to the flue pipe or chimney liner.
Fig. 4.4
The flue connector outer collar is for connection to a 125 mm (5 inch) internal diameter
pipe or liner. The inner collar is for connection to a
100 mm internal pipe or liner (see fig. 4.4)
Fig. 4.5
•
Slide the clamping plate with the lip upward under the vent connector. The flue
connector and pipe or liner rests on the clamping plate. Make sure that the lip of
the clamping plate goes in the slot on the front of the firebox (see fig. 4.5).
•
Slide the burner chamber into the firebox.
•
Pull the clamping plate out. The flue collar plate makes contact with the burner
chamber.
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Fig. 4.6
•
Turn the clamping plate up side down and slide the plate between the guides so
that its ends grip around the pipe opening (see last figure previous page). Make sure
that the flue collar plate is pressed onto the burner chamber.
•
Locate the log set (see placing log set, chapter 4.4).
•
Spread the bags of embers (3 different types of imitation ashes) provided with the
appliance over the burner tray.
Note: there is no glow effect from the embers.
•
Place the trim.
•
Before placing the glass frame; check the glass sealing rope is in good condition. Be
sure that there are no fingerprints on the glass. It is not possible to remove those
prints after you burn the appliance for a while (they are burnt in). Place the glass
in front of the appliance and fix the glass frame.
4.3.1 Fitting the firebox with a debris catcher
If it has been decided that the chimney is in a suitable condition for the optional Debris
Catcher Kit to be used, fit the Debris Catcher Kit in accordance with the instruction
manual that comes with the kit.
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WARNING:
THIS APPLIANCE IS INSTALLED WITH A DEBRIS CAP AND THE CHIMNEY IS NOT LINED.
REMOVE THE WHOLE FIREBOX FOR EXAMINATION OF DEBRIS AND CHECK THE CHIMNEY
CONDITION.
Label here!
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Placing the log set
Never place extra elements of any kind into the combustion chamber. To guarantee good
combustion, the log set may only be installed in the way specified by Faber International.
Any other arrangement can lead to soot on logs or window. Do not use the fire with broken
or missing logs.
Fig.4.9
The log set consists of a rear log and 3 logs to cover the burners.
Place the rear log into the U section in the back of the combustion chamber.
On the bottom of the logs is an identification:
•
1 dimple first log left placed over the burner and resting on the burner tray.
•
2 dimples placed in the middle over he burner and resting on the burner tray.
•
3 dimples the right side log placed over the burner and resting on the burner tray.
You are allowed to add different kind of embers on the burner tray to create your own ash
bed.
Note: be sure that there are no embers between the log burners
and the burner tray.
The logs on the burners have to stand on the burner tray.
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5 Remote control
5.1
Remote control (if applicable)
The remote control is only meant to regulate the flames, it functions only when the pilot
burner is ignited. It is therefore not possible to ignite the appliance with the remote
control or to shut-off the pilot flame.
The radio-frequency remote control is intended for fireplaces installed in a domestic
setting.
Features
•
Manual control will always remain possible no electric connection required
•
The remote control is a radio frequency type and has been approved
internationally.
•
The remote control generates a unique safety code every time you activate the
transmitter, it's similar to those used in a car.
•
5.2
The remote control is easy to install retrospectively.
Installation remote control
Connect the transformer to the receiver box.
Slide the receiver box into the holder.
Connect the wires to the gas valve.
Plug the transformer in a socket close to the appliance.
Check that there are batteries in the transmitter. See "Replacing batteries".
Set the on/off switch on the receiver to "on".
Fig. 5.1
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Fig. 5.2
Setting the right transmission code
•
The receiver has to learn the code from the transmitter, which is already set at the
factory. However the code disappears if the receiver is disconnected from the
mains for a longer period.
•
Push the "mod" button on the receiver and hold it for 3 seconds.
•
The green control lamp will light up and stay on. Repeat this step if not.
•
Push a button on the remote control. The control lamp on the receiver should now
go out.
•
Again push a button on the remote control. The lamp starts flashing and will switch
off eventually.
•
The receiver now recognizes the remote control. The remote control now functions.
•
Check if you can hear a sound and the motor runs when you push a button on the
remote control.
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6 Commissioning (functional checks)
6.1
Check pilot ignition
•
Push in and turn the control knob (A) anticlockwise to the setting
(small flame).
You will hear a tick meaning there is ignition. Hold the knob in and wait for a few
seconds while the air is purged.
•
Bring the knob back in the start position and turn the knob several times to the
position. Check that the pilot has lit.
•
Continue to hold in the control knob for a further ten seconds to ensure that the
pilot flame is stable.
•
Release the knob. The pilot should remain alight.
Fig. 6.1
6.2
Functional burner check
•
Turn knob (B) to max. clockwise.
•
Turn the knob (A) more anticlockwise to the position
(large flame). Now it is
possible to light the main burner.
•
Turn knob B anticlockwise to max. The main burner should light.
•
Check the ignition of the main burner on low and high setting.
•
Turn knob B clockwise till ● The main burner is off.
•
Turn the knob A to λ. The pilot should go out.
6.3
Spillage test
•
The appliance should first be tested with all doors and windows closed in the room
of the installation and with any fan in the room running. Then repeated with any
interconnecting doors open to any rooms, which have extract fans, or similar
equipment, which may adversely affect the spillage test.
•
Allow to warm up for 5 minutes and then using a smoke match with holder set 100%
inside the square tube on the top of the appliance between the trim and the glass
frame. The installation is satisfactory if most of the smoke is drawn into the tube.
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Repeat the test after an additional 10 minutes if it fails to clear after the first
attempt at 5 minutes.
•
Check that any other open flue appliances and their flues in the same or adjoining
rooms functions correctly when this appliance is alight.
Spillage test point
Fig. 6.2
6.4
Flame Supervision & Blocked Flue Monitoring System
The pilot unit incorporates a system, which will shut off the gas supply if the flue is faulty.
If the flue is faulty, the hot flue gasses will pass over and actuate a heat sensitive switch,
which will shut off the gas supply.
This monitoring system (TTB) must not be adjusted, bypassed or put
out of operation. This TTB, or any of its parts, must only be exchanged using Faber
International authorised parts.
6.5
Check setting pressure
Pressure test point
Fig. 6.3
The appliance is preset to give the correct heat input. No further adjustment is necessary.
Fit a pressure gauge at the test point to check the working pressure.
Fit a pressure gauge at the test point to check the setting pressure. The pressure should be
checked with the appliance alight and at max. input.
If the setting pressure is not correct then check the working pressure. After checking the
pressure, turn off the appliance. Remove the pressure gauge and close the sealing screw.
Re-light the appliance. Turn to max. input and test around the test point D for gas
soundness using a suitable leak detection fluid.
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Handing over (final check and customer briefing)
•
Instruct the customer on the full operation of the appliance and the remote
control, including replacement of batteries
•
Advise the customer how to clean the appliance including the glass
•
Hand over these instructions including the user guide to the consumer
•
Recommend that the appliance should be serviced by a competent person at least
once a year
7 Servicing
To ensure safety, efficient operation of the appliance, it is necessary to carry out routine
servicing at regular intervals. It is recommended, that the fire is inspected/serviced by a
competent person at least once a year.
Important
Turn off the gas supply before commencing any servicing. Always test for gas soundness
after refitting the appliance. The flue should be checked when “Work” is carried out on
the appliance.
Check if the appliance is installed with a debris cap. In case the appliance is installed with
a debris cap, remove the whole firebox for examination of debris and check the chimney.
7.1
Routine annual servicing
Clean if necessary:
•
the pilot system
•
the burner
•
the combustion chamber
•
the glass
•
Check the log lay and replace the embers (if applicable).
•
Do the functional test as described at 6.2.
•
Check the flue system and do a spillage test as described at 6.3.
Note
Never place extra elements of any kind into the combustion chamber.
To guarantee good combustion, the log set may only be installed in the way specified by
Faber International. Any other arrangement can lead to soot on logs or window. Do not use
the fire with broken or missing logs.
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7.1.1 Cleaning the glass
Depending on the intensity of use, you can get a deposit on the glass. This can be removed
with a special non abrasive ceramic glass cleaner (ceramic cook-top cleaner) as follows:
•
Remove the glass frame as described at 4.2.
•
Clean the glass. Handle the glass with clean hands, wear gloves if possible.
•
To fit the glass, proceed in reverse order. Make sure that the log set has been
installed correctly before fixing the glass.
Attention
Before placing the glass: check the glass sealing rope is in good condition. Be sure that
there are no fingerprints on the glass. It is not possible to remove those prints after you
burn the appliance for a while (they are burnt in).
7.1.2 Cleaning the combustion chamber and burner
You can clean the combustion chamber with a vacuum cleaner.
7.2
Propane conversion
For conversion from natural gas to propane, order for a propane burner unit
Please give the serial number from the data badge when you order
7.2.1 Burner tray assembly log burner
•
Remove the glass frame, trim, log set and burner tray cover.
•
Break the gas supply at the control valve.
•
Unscrew the burner assembly and take them out of the combustion chamber.
A. Pilot assembly
B. Burner
C. Fixation plate
D. Injector
E. Gas control
Fig. 9.1
F. Receiver
7.2.2 Pilot/thermocouple assembly
Remove the burner tray as described above.
Now you have access to all the pilot and thermocouple parts.
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7.2.3 Gas control
A. Governor
B. Adjusting screw pilot flame
C. Working pressure
Fig. 9.2
7.2.4 Combustion test
•
A BS7967 combustion analysis check should be carried out using an analyser to
BS7927 positioned in the flue outlet, or draft diverter, or spillage test opening .
•
A Ratio of CO/CO2 should be less than 0.01 within 30 minutes (100 ppm CO per 1%
CO2).
•
A reading of CO in the room centre should give a rise of less than 9 ppm over
ambient, peak reading.
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8 Spare parts
Timra
Vista
Company Part
Company Part
Trim
208399xx
208400xx
Glass frame
208403xx
208403XX
Glass
04510200
04510200
Glass ash tray
04510100
04510100
Burner NG
20900187
20900187
Burner LPG
20900188
20900188
4
Log set
20793300
20793300
5
HT lead
06017301
06017301
6
Receiver
20604405
20604405
7
Remote control
20603900
20603900
8
Transformer
20900142
20900142
9
Gas control NG
37003089
37003089
Gas control LPG
37003094
37003094
10
Motor Remote control
37003086
37003086
11
Pilot assembly NG
20900145
20900145
Pilot assembly LPG
20900154
20900154
12
Thermo couple
37002033
37002033
13
electrode
06006600
06006600
14
Interrupter
37006027
37006027
15
Embers
20777300
20777300
16
spray for combustion chamber
09000008
09000008
17
spring ash pan cover door
27132300
27132300
18
TTB
37006055
37006055
19
TTB-lead front
06021900
06021900
20
TTB-lead back
06021800
06021800
Description
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2.2
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9 Technical specifications
Country
UK/IRL
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Cat.
II2H3+
II2H3+
Timra/Vista
Timra/Vista
Appliance type
B11BS
B11BS
Reference gas
G20
G31
Input (nett)
[kW]
Efficiency class
5
4,6
2
2
Inlet pressure
[mbar]
20
37
Gas Rate (15º C en 1013 mbar)
[m3/h]
0,53
0,19
Setting pressure
[mbar]
12
20
Injector size
[mm]
3x1,2
3x0,8
reduced input restrictor
[mm]
1,6
1,0
Pilot assembly
Type
SIT 160
SIT 160
code
Nr 51
Nr 30
Flue size (min)
100mm/125mm
100mm/125mm
Min Flue height
3m
3m
Gas control
GV36-C5AOEHC68M
GV36-C5AODHC68M
adapter
230VAC/50HZ/5VA
230VAC/50HZ/5VA
Voltage adapter
4,5
4,5
Batteries remote control
2 x LR03 Alkaline
2 x LR03 Alkaline
long live
long live
8mm nut and olive
8mm nut and olive
Remote control
Gas connection
Dimensions: see table 1
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10Safety instructions for the user
10.1 General safety instructions
If a gas leak is found or suspected, turn off the gas supply at the meter and contact your
installer or gas emergency service.
These instructions should be read carefully and retained for future reference.
Do not use the fire with a broken or damaged glass.
The fire has a safety device which turns off the gas supply if there is a build up from flue
gasses in the combustion room or a temporary gas cut-off. Wait at least
5 minutes before turning the appliance on again. Contact a qualified installer when the
appliance goes off regularly
The appliance has been designed for heating purposes. This means that all surfaces,
including the glass, can become very warm (over 100 °C). An exception to this is the lower
side of the ash tray door and the control buttons.
Due to the newness of materials, they may give off a slight smell for a period after initial
lighting. This is normal, odours will disperse after a few hours use.
Do not place curtains, clothing, laundry, furniture or other flammable materials nearby the
appliance. The required minimum distance is 100 cm.
Switch off the receiver of the remote control if you don’t use the fire for a long time. Do
not let children use the remote control without supervision.
Important
A suitable Fireguard conforming to BS6539 and BS6778 should be used with this appliance
to protect children, the elderly or infirm. Care should also be taken with pets.
In your own interest and that of safety, all gas appliances must be installed by competent
persons. Installation must be in accordance with National Regulations. CORGI registered
installers are required to work to recognised standards.
Note:
Since the appliance is a source of heat, circulation of air occurs. Therefore it is of
importance that you do not use the appliance shortly after a renovation of the home.
Because of the natural circulation of air, moist and volatile components from paint,
building materials, carpet etc. will be attracted. These components can settle themselves
down onto cold surfaces in the form of soot. As on all heat producing appliances, soft
furnishings such as blown vinyl wallpaper placed too near to the appliance may become
scorched or discoloured. This should be born in mind when installing the appliance.
We advise you to leave the pilot flame on. Leaving the pilot flame on reduces the amount
of condensation when starting the appliance and increase the life time of the appliance.
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11Controlling the appliance
11.1 Lighting the fire
If the main burner or pilot light is extinguished for any reason, do not attempt to relight
the pilot within 5 minutes. Contact a qualified installer when the appliance goes off
regularly.
We advise you to leave the pilot flame on. Leaving the pilot flame on reduces the amount
of condensation when starting the appliance and increase the life time of the appliance.
The control valve is behind the ash pan cover.
Fig. 11.1
Open the ash pan door by pushing the small lip.
With control button A you can light the pilot. With the control button B you can adjust the
height of the flames (see fig. below).
Fig. 11.2
Knob A
The ● is the OFF position preventing any gas from passing through the control valve to
either the pilot burner or to the main burner. By pressing the knob in it is possible to turn
it anticlockwise. The first function is to turn on the gas to the pilot- this occurs just before
reaching the
position (if the fire has not been lit for some time it may be necessary to
hold the knob in this position for some seconds to clear the air from the pipe and allow gas
to reach the pilot burner).
Once gas is available at the pilot, continued rotation anti-clockwise will cause the piezo
igniter to spark. This is accompanied by a click at the valve and should result in the pilot
burner igniting. Once the pilot is lit, the control knob should be held pressed in for 10
seconds. In this time the pilot flame will have heated the flame supervision thermocouple
sufficiently to operate a hold-on magnet within the valve.
Now turn the control knob A to the
Knob B
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The ● is the OFF position preventing gas entering the main burner if the pilot is lit.
The knob should be turned slowly anticlockwise. This allows gas to enter the burner and be
ignited by the pilot flame. Once ignition has taken place, the fire may be set to any level
between min. and max. by adjusting the control knob B.
11.2 To light
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Push in and turn the control knob (A) from ● anticlockwise to the setting
(small
flame). You will hear an ignition click. Check that the pilot is lit (if not repeat).
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Continue to hold in the control knob for a further ten seconds to ensure that the
pilot flame is stable.
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Release the knob. The pilot should remain alight.
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Turn the control knob A to the
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Turn knob B slowly anticlockwise, the fire should then ignite.
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Adjust flames to the required level.
position.
11.3 To extinguish
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For the main burner turn the control knob B clockwise to position ●
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To enable knob B turn knob A to the
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To extinguish the pilot turn control knob A to position λ, although it is in order to
position.
leave the pilot permanently lit.
11.3.1 When the pilot extinguishes
Warning! When the pilot extinguishes, for whatever reason, you should wait at least
5 minutes before trying to turn it on again.
Possible causes of pilot extinguish are:
Operating error.
Interference of the safety device.
Failure in the pilot flame system.
Contact a qualified installer when the appliance goes off regularly.
11.4 Remote control version
The remote control is only meant to regulate the flames from off till max., it functions
only when the pilot burner is ignited and knob A in
(big flame) position. It is therefore
not possible to ignite the pilot flame with the remote control or to extinguish the pilot
flame. The radio-frequency remote control is intended for fireplaces installed in a
domestic setting in all EU countries, except Austria, Denmark, Finland and Greece.
Features
Manual control will always remain possible.
The remote control is a radio frequency type and had been approved internationally.
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The remote control generates a unique safety code every time you activate the
transmitter, it's similar to those used in a car.
The remote control is easy to install retrospectively.
11.4.1 To light
Fig. 11.3
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Push in and turn the control knob (A) from ● anticlockwise to the setting
(small
flame). You will hear an ignition click. Check that the pilot is lit (if not repeat).
•
Continue to hold in the control knob for a further ten seconds to ensure that the
pilot flame is stable.
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Release the knob. The pilot should remain alight.
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Turn the control knob A to the
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Set the on/off switch on the receiver to "on”.
position.
low flame
high flame
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Use
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You will hear a beep every time the receiver recognises a good signal. (If not, so
(high) and
(low) to achieve the desired heating and flame effect.
see 10.4.3, setting the right transmission code).
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When the fire is not be used for a prolonged period, turn off the remote control
using the on/off switch on the receiver.
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11.4.2 To extinguish
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Push (low) till the burner goes out and you can hear the motor clicking.
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To enable the remote control turn knob A to the
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To extinguish the pilot turn control knob A to position ● although it is in order to
position.
leave the pilot permanently lit.
11.4.3 Setting the right transmission code
The receiver has to learn the code from the transmitter, which is already done at the
factory. However the code can disappear if the receiver is disconnected from the mains for
a longer period.
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Push the "mod" button on the receiver and hold it for 3 seconds.
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The green control lamp will light up and stay on. Repeat this step if not.
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Push a button on the remote control. The control lamp on the receiver should now
go out.
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Again push a button on the remote control. The lamp starts flashing and will switch
off eventually.
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The receiver now recognizes the remote control. The remote control now functions.
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Check if you can hear a sound and the motor runs, when you push a button on the
remote control. (If not so please check the batteries).
11.4.4 Changing the batteries
There is no risk of electric shock as the low voltage supply is similar to that used in
torches. Always turn off the appliance before changing batteries.
Remote control
•
Remove the cover on the back of the remote control.
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Carefully remove the battery clip along the side. Pay attention not to pull the
wires.
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If necessary, remove the old batteries and place the new ones: 2 x LR03 Alkaline
long life 1.5 V. Pay attention to the + and - position.
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Click the battery clip into the remote control and close the cover.
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It might be possible that you have to set the transmission code after changing the
batteries (see 10.4.3).
Note
Batteries are chemical waste and should be disposed in accordance
with local regulations.
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Fig. 11.4
12Cleaning and service instructions
Important:
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Turn off the fire and allow it to cool down before commencing cleaning.
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It is recommended that, the fire, is inspected/serviced, by a competent person at
least once a year.
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To maintain the finish on the trim wipe with soft damp cloth only. Do not use
abrasive cleaners, polish or solvents as these can damage the surface finish.
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13Disposal of packaging and appliance
The appliance packaging is recyclable. The packaging could include the following
materials:
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cardboard
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CFC-free foam (soft)
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wood
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plastic
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paper
These materials should be disposed responsibly and in conformity with government
regulations.
Batteries are considered chemical waste. The batteries should be disposed of responsibly
and in conformity with government regulations. Remove the batteries before disposing of
the remote control.
Information on how to responsibly dispose of discarded appliances can be obtained from
the local authorities.
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