Baxi Bermuda SP3/VP3 - Heating Spares 24/7

Baxi Bermuda SP3/VP3 - Heating Spares 24/7
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Baxi Bermuda SP3/VP3
Fireside Gas Central Heating Unit
User’s Operating
Instructions
SP3
VP3
Natural Gas
Propane Gas
Renewal
Baxi Bermuda SP3
G.C.No. 37 077 63
Baxi Bermuda VP3 Propane
G.C.No. 37 077 72
Baxi Bermuda SP3 Renewal
G.C.No. 37 075 05A
Baxi Bermuda VP3
G.C.No. 37 077 62
Baxi Bermuda VP3 Renewal
G.C.No. 37 075 04A
For use with the following boilers:
For use with the following boiler:
For use with the following boilers:
Baxi Bermuda 45/4 M
G.C.No. 44 077 71
Baxi Bermuda 45/4 E
G.C.No. 44 077 73
Baxi Bermuda 57/4 M
G.C.No. 44 077 72
Baxi Bermuda 57/4 E
G.C.No. 44 077 74
Baxi Bermuda 51/5
G.C.No. 44 075 06
Baxi Bermuda 553 Propane
G.C.No. 44 077 75
Baxi Bermuda 401
G.C.No. 44 077 49
Baxi Bermuda 552
G.C.No. 44 077 50
Baxi Bermuda 45/3 M
G.C.No. 44 077 61
Baxi Bermuda 45/3 E
G.C.No. 44 077 60
Baxi Bermuda 57/3 M
G.C.No. 44 077 63
Baxi Bermuda 57/3 E
G.C.No. 44 077 62
Baxi Bermuda 45/4 M
G.C.No. 44 077 71
Baxi Bermuda 45/4 E
G.C.No. 44 077 73
Baxi Bermuda 57/4 M
G.C.No. 44 077 72
Baxi Bermuda 57/4 E
G.C.No. 44 077 74
Baxi Bermuda 51/5
G.C.No. 44 075 06
Baxi is one of the leading manufacturers of domestic
heating products in the UK.
Our first priority is to give a high quality service to our
customers. Quality is built into every Baxi product products which fulfil the demands and needs of
customers, offering choice, efficiency and reliability.
To keep ahead of changing trends, we have made a
commitment to develop new ideas using the
latest technology - with the aim of continuing to
make the products that customers want to buy.
Baxi is also the largest manufacturing partnership in
the country. Everyone who works at the company
has a commitment to quality because, as
shareholders, we know that satisfied customers
mean continued success.
We hope you get a satisfactory service from Baxi. If
not, please let us know.
Baxi is a BS-EN ISO 9001
Accredited Company
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Codes of Practice, most recent version
should be used
Warnings
In GB the following Codes of Practice apply:
Standard
Scope
BS 6891
Gas Installation.
BS 5546
Installation of hot water supplies for
domestic purposes.
BS 5871
Installation of gas fires, convectors and
fire/back boilers.
BS 5440 Part 1
Flues.
BS 5440 Part 2
Ventilation.
BS 6798
Installation of gas fired hot water boilers.
BS 5449 Part 1
Forced circulation hot water systems.
Safe Installation
The appliance is suitable only for installation in
GB and IE and should be installed in
accordance with the rules in force.
In GB, the installation must be carried out by a
CORGI Registered Installer. It must be carried
out in accordance with the relevant requirements
of the:
• Gas Safety (Installation & Use) Regulations.
• The appropriate Building Regulations either
The Building Regulations, The Building
Regulations (Scotland), Building Regulations
(Northern Ireland).
• The Water Fittings Regulations or Water
Byelaws in Scotland.
• The Current I.E.E. Wiring Regulations.
In IE the following Codes of Practice apply:
Standard
Scope
I.S. 813
Domestic Gas Installations.
The following BS standards give valuable additional information;
BS 5546
Installation of hot water supplies for
domestic purposes.
BS 5449 Part 1
Forced circulation hot water systems.
IMPORTANT - The addition of anything that may
interfere with the normal operation of the
appliance without express written permission
from the manufacturer or his agent could
invalidate the appliance warranty. In GB this
could also infringe the GAS SAFETY (Installation
and Use) REGULATIONS.
Where no specific instructions are given,
reference should be made to the relevant British
Standard Code of Practice.
In IE, the installation must be carried out by a
competent Person and installed in accordance
with the current edition of I.S. 813 ‘Domestic Gas
Installations’, the current Building Regulations
and reference should be made to the current
ETCI rules for electrical installation.
IMPORTANT - Installation, Commissioning,
Service & Repair
This appliance must be installed in accordance with
the manufacturer’s instructions and the regulations
in force. Read the instructions fully before installing
or using the appliance.
Read the instructions before installing or using
this appliance.
In GB, this must be carried out by a competent
person as stated in the Gas Safety (Installation &
Use) Regulations.
Never hang clothes or other items over the
appliance.
Definition of competence: A person who works for a
CORGI registered company and holding current
certificates in the relevant ACS modules, or valid
ACoP equivalents, is deemed competent.
In case of gas leaks
1. If a gas leak is found or suspected, turn off
the gas supply at the meter immediately and call
your gas supplier.
In IE, this must be carried out by a competent
person as stated in I.S. 813 “Domestic Gas
Installations”.
Servicing your boiler
“Benchmark” Installation, Commissioning and Service Record
Log Book
Please ensure that your installer has completed the Installation and
Commissioning sections of the Log Book and hands the Log Book over.
The details of the Log Book will be required in the event of any warranty
work. Keep the Log Book in a safe place and ensure that the relevant
sections are completed at each subsequent regular service visit.
All CORGI registered installers carry a CORGI identification
card and have a registration number. Both should be recorded
in your boiler Log Book. You can check your installer is
registered by telephoning +44 (0)1256 372300 or writing to:1 Elmwood,
Chineham Business Park,
Crockford Lane,
Basingstoke. RG24 8WG
1. We strongly recommend that your Bermuda is
serviced annually by a competent person for
economic and safety reasons. Your Installer will
be able to advise you.
Electricity supply
1. THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED
A standard 230 volt ~ 50Hz supply is required.
The appliance must be protected by a 3 amp fuse.
Fault
1. If it is either known or suspected that a fault
exists on the appliance, it must not be used
until the fault has been corrected by a
competent person.
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Introduction
OPERATING THE UNIT
Your Baxi Bermuda SP3 or VP3 is a
central heating boiler combined with
a gas fire. Normally the fire will heat
the room in which it is situated and
the boiler will provide heating for the
rest of the house and also domestic
hot water if required. The boiler and
fire are independently controlled.
Ensure that the fire is cold.
1
(Bermuda SP3) Open the controls
access panel by pushing inward at
the bottom. Lift the panel and pull
forward to fix in the open position.
(Bermuda VP3) Remove the fender
front at the bottom of the fire by
pulling forward.
Turn the boiler thermostat knob to
the off position ( ).
The boiler may be controlled by an
external programmer or clock control
(see separate instructions with the
clock controller used). The fire is
controlled by the knob which is
located on the right hand side of the
outer case.
Important Notice
2
Manual
Controls
Boiler
Boiler
Controls
Controls Access Panel
BERMUDA SP3
Turn on the main gas
electricity supplies to
3
appliance.
The Bermuda VP3 Propane
appliance is for use on PROPANE
GAS ONLY and cannot be used on
any other gas. Propane appliances
can be converted to operate on
Natural Gas if required at a later
date. Consult your Installer
control valve. Looking through the
pilot viewing window or mirror: Press
the igniter button and release. Repeat
until the pilot lights.Continue to hold in
the grey push button for a further 15
seconds. The pilot should stay alight.
NOTE: If the pilot fails to remain alight or
Bermuda SP3 and VP3 Renewal
Firefronts MUST NEVER be fitted as
independent gas fires without the
boiler.
is extinguished at any time, wait at least 3
minutes then repeat step 4. Once the pilot
is alight it may be left on permanently.
Important Information
NOTE: When your Bermuda is first used it is
possible that certain smells may be emitted.
These smells will quickly clear with use. As
the fire is used more and more, the bright
finished metal around the coal bed will begin
to darken. This is perfectly normal and will
enhance the realism of the coal and flame
effect.
Most heating appliances generate warm air
convection currents and transfer heat to any
wall surface against which they are situated.
Some soft wall furnishings (such as blown
vinyl wallpapers) may not be suitable for use
where they are subjected to temperatures
above normal room levels. The manufacturers
advice should be sought before using this
type of wall covering adjacent to any heating
appliance. The likelihood of wall staining from
convected air currents will be increased in
environments where high levels of tobacco
smoke or other contaminants exist.
BERMUDA VP3
Electronic Controls Boiler
(51/5)
Pilot Viewing Window
(552 Boiler & 553
Propane)
Pilot Viewing Window
(401 Boiler)
Igniter Button
Service
Tap
Grey
Push
Thermostat
Button
Igniter Button Knob
Plug &
Socket
Manual Controls Boiler
(401 & 552 & 553 Propane)
Thermostat
Knob
Grey Push Button
TO LIGHT THE BOILER:
5
(Manual Controls Boiler)
Ensure that all external controls, e.g.
room thermostat, timer etc., are
calling for heat. Turn the boiler
thermostat knob to the desired
position.
TO LIGHT THE BOILER:
6
(Electronic Controls Boiler)
Ensure that all external controls, e.g.
Pilot ViewingWindow(Series 4)
Service Tap
Pilot Viewing
Mirror(Series 3) Grey Push
Button
Thermostat Knob
Igniter
Button
Manual Controls Boiler
room thermostat, timer etc., are
calling for heat. To operate the pilot
turn the thermostat knob to the
desired position. The indicator light
on the control box will illuminate once
the pilot is lit. The burner will also
light shortly after the pilot has been
established.
(45/3M, 57/3M, 45/4M & 57/4M)
Boiler Lockout Light
(Series 4)
Indicator Light
Boiler Controls
Fender Front
Pilot Indicator Light
Pilot Viewing Window
and
the
TO LIGHT THE BOILER PILOT:
4
(Manual Controls Boiler) Hold in
the grey push button on the gas
WARNING
This product uses a fuel effect coal
bed containing Refractory Ceramic
Fibres (R.C.F.) which are man-made
vitreous silicate fibres. Excessive
exposure to these materials may
cause temporary irritation to eyes,
skin and respiratory tract. Care must
be taken when handling these
articles to ensure the release of dust
or fibres is kept to a minimum. Refer
to the section Cleaning the Fire.
Electronic
Controls
Boiler
Thermostat
Knob
Electronic Controls Boiler
(45/3E, 57/3E, 45/4E & 57/4E)
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Service
Tap
To adjust the boiler temperature:
Turn the boiler thermostat knob
clockwise to the required setting. The
optimum boiler thermostat setting
depends upon type of system,
external
controls
and
your
requirements. Your Installer will be
able to advise you on this matter.
If the boiler cannot be lit by the
above method consult your
Service Engineer.
RESETTING THE BOILER:
7
(Electronic Controls Boiler)
(45/3E, 57/3E, 45/4E & 57/4E)
TO SHUT DOWN THE BOILER
If the boiler lockout light is illuminated
it is necessary to reset the appliance.
To do this turn the boiler thermostat
control knob fully anti-clockwise to
the OFF position and wait 10
seconds. Turn the control knob to the
required setting. The boiler will
commence sparking providing the
water temperature is sufficiently cool.
(51/5)
If the indicator light is illuminated
red/or flashing red, it is necessary to
reset the appliance. To do this turn
the boiler thermostat control knob
fully anticlockwise to the OFF position
and wait until the light shows orange.
Turn the control knob clockwise to
the required setting. The boiler will
commence the ignition sequence.
(Bermuda SP3) Open the controls
access panel by pushing forward at
the bottom. Lift the panel and pull
forward to fix in the open position.
(Bermuda VP3) Remove the fender
front at the bottom of the fire by
pulling forward.
To switch the boiler off for short
periods. (Manual Controls Boiler)
Turn the boiler thermostat knob to the
OFF position ( ). The pilot will remain
alight.
BAXI BERMUDA SP3
To switch the boiler off for long
periods. (Manual Controls Boiler)
Turn the grey push button clockwise
and release. Turn the boiler
thermostat knob to the OFF position
( ).
TO LIGHT THE FIRE: Push in the
control knob. Turn to the
IGNITION position ( ) and hold.
Sparking will commence and the pilot
will ignite. Continue to hold the
control knob in position for a further
15 seconds then release. The pilot
should stay alight.
NOTE: If pilot or the fire fail to remain
8
alight or are extinguished at any time,
wait at least 2 minutes then repeat the
procedure from the start of "8 TO LIGHT
THE FIRE". Once lit the pilot may be left
on permanently.
To switch the boiler off. (Electronic
Controls Boiler) Turn the thermostat
knob to the OFF position ( ).
CONTROL KNOB POSITIONS: The
control knob has six positions giving
a choice of 5 settings, i.e.
Position
Position
Position
Position
Position
Position
1
2
3
4
-
OFF
IGNITION/PILOT
LOW
MEDIUM
MED/HIGH
HIGH
If you are shutting down both the fire
and boiler, isolate the electrical supply
that serves the system controls i.e.
Timer/Programmer.
To adjust the fire to the required
setting, push in the control knob and
turn in the appropriate direction.
TO TURN THE FIRE OFF: Push
9
in the control knob and turn
clockwise to the OFF position.
The pilot light can be left on by
stopping at the
position but the
fire is not completely off until the
control knob is turned to position .
Replace the controls cover panel.
BAXI BERMUDA VP3
NOTE: If the boiler is left off for long
periods during cold weather, it is
recommended that the whole system is
drained to avoid frost damage. Advice on
draining the system can be obtained from
your Service Engineer.
GUARDING
LIGHT EFFECT
The glass front panel on this
appliance conforms to the required
safety standards. It does not give full
protection to the young or infirm: in
such cases we recommend a nursery
type guard which conforms to BS
6539. The panel becomes very hot
when the appliance is in use and
must not be touched.
The light effect is operated by a
switch below the control knob and
may be used either with or without
the fire being on.
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THE APPLIANCE MUST NEVER BE
USED WITHOUT THE GLASS
FRONT PANEL FITTED.
RESTRICTED ACCESS:
REPLACEMENT OF BULBS
In certain installations (i.e. where the
clearances to the sides of the fire are
less than 100mm (4in.)) it is
necessary to remove the side doors
to gain access to the bulbs, should
they ever need changing. This is
done by first of all removing the
canopy as described on the next
page (under “REMOVAL OF GLASS
FRAME”).
The minimum clearance spaces
around the Baxi Bermuda SP3 are:
Top:
Side (RH):
Side (LH):
76mm (3 in)
100mm (4 in)
76mm (3 in)
76mm
76mm
Remove the side doors by opening
them out and lifting away from the
fixing studs shown in the illustration
on the next page. The bulbs may now
be replaced as described in the
relevant section. (“REPLACING THE
BULBS”)
CLEARANCES AROUND
THE FIRE
These clearances must not be
reduced or obstructed in any way.
Reducing the clearances above the
fire may lead to damage to any
overhanging shelf or fire surround by
overheating. Reducing the clearances
to the sides of the fire means that
access to the control knob is reduced
and it becomes impossible to replace
the bulbs as described in the text
"REPLACING THE BULBS".
(See RESTRICTED
ACCESS:
REPLACEMENT OF
229mm 76mm BULBS)
A shelf may be fitted not
less than 76mm (3 in)
above the fire and not more
than 229mm (9 in) in depth.
CLEANING THE FIRE
Ensure that the fire is cold. The
painted panels and metalwork should
be wiped with a damp cloth and dried
thoroughly with a lint-free cloth. Do
not use a silicone based polish on
any part of the fire. The glass may
be cleaned with a non-abrasive
cream cleanser. Clean the glass
regularly for best results.
100mm
The minimum clearance spaces
around the Baxi Bermuda VP3 are:
Top:
Side (RH):
Side (LH):
76mm (3 in)
100mm (4 in)
76mm (3 in)
76mm
SURROUND OR
WALL FINISH
The surround or wall finish must have
a flat vertical area centrally placed
about the opening.
If a surround is fitted, any gaps
between it and the wall must be
sealed and it must have a rating of
100° C or higher.
NOTE: Both sides of the glass must be
cleaned after the first week of using the
fire.
It is possible that some soot may be
deposited on the coals after use. This
is acceptable providing it is not
allowed to accumulate. Should any
soot accumulation become excessive
the fuel effect coal bed should be
removed from the fire for cleaning. To
remove the coal bed it is necessary
to remove the glass front panel. It is
recommended that gloves are worn
when handling the coal bed, which is
extremely fragile and must be
handled accordingly. Cleaning should
be carried out in a well-ventilated
area or the open air by gently
brushing with a soft brush with the
coal bed held away from the face to
avoid inhaling the dust. The use of a
normal domestic vacuum cleaner is
not recommended as it may blow
dust back into the air. Care must also
be taken if retouching the coal bed is
required. Keep the coal bed away
from children at all times. Never use
coals other than those supplied or
Genuine Baxi Spare Parts. Never put
additional coals on the fire. Always
wash hands thoroughly after handling
the coal bed. Please read the
Important Information section on
page 4. The coal bed may be
retouched using black stain. This is
available direct from Baxi or your
local Baxi Spares Stockist. Quote
part No 043224.
PILOT/A.S.D.
76mm
100mm
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Both the boiler and firefront are fitted
with a pilot light that also acts as an
Atmospheric Sensing Device.This
means that in the event of the flow of
gases out of the flue being interrupted
the pilots will extinguish and shut the
fire and boiler down.If this occurs
persistently your Service Engineer
should be contacted immediately.
Renewal firefronts are fitted with
an Atmospheric Sensing Device
(A.S.D.). If they are installed in
conjunction with a boiler NOT
fitted with an A.S.D. (i.e. 401, 552,
45/3 & 57/3), under adverse flue
conditions the boiler WILL NOT
shut down. It is important that the
appliance is regularly serviced to
ensure correct operation of the
Atmospheric Sensing Device.
REMOVAL OF GLASS FRAME
REPLACING THE BULBS
CAUTION: The appliance must
never be used without the glass
front panel fitted. Should the glass
front panel become damaged or
cracked the fire should not be used
until it has been replaced.
NOTE: This is a heat resistant glass
The bulbs which provide artificial
illumination for the fire are situated in
special compartments behind the
doors which open as shown in the
illustration.
INNER
DOOR
and must not be replaced by ordinary
glass. Some small blemishes may be
seen in the glass. These are inherent in its
manufacture and will not affect its
performance or durability.
Ensure that the fire is cold and then
remove the canopy following the
appropriate instructions.
Remove the Bermuda VP3 canopy by
gently easing the sides inwards and
the bottom edge forward, then lift the
canopy upwards and away from the
locating lip. Open out the doors.
Remove the Bermuda SP3 canopy,
firstly by opening the side doors, then
lift the canopy by the bottom edge
upwards and away from the locating
lip.
Unlock the retaining clips fixing the
glass frame in position and lift the
frame away.
To replace the glass frame, place the
bottom edge in the locating channel
and push against the sealing rope.
Engage the retaining clips. This
ensures an effective seal between the
glass frame and the fire front.
To replace the Bermuda VP3 canopy
close the doors and re-locate the
canopy on the locating lip and then by
gently easing the sides inwards, push
home to lock in place.
To replace the Bermuda SP3 canopy
guide the bottom edge onto the door
pins and then by tilting the back edge
over the locating lip. Close the doors
ensuring they lock in place.
Ensure that the fire and bulbs are
cold.
BULB
LOCATING
LIP
FIXING
STUD
Open out the doors as shown in the
illustration.
Remove the inner door to gain access
to the bulbs by grasping the lip and
pulling firmly on it. The bulbs may
now be replaced.
CANOPY
NOTE: For the best visual effect the fire
is fitted with standard 40 W orange bulbs,
but if desired can be replaced with other
bulbs up to a maximum of 60 W.
FENDER
FRONT
DOOR
ADJUSTABLE
FEET
To replace the inner doors, engage
the bottom edge in position in the
bulb housing and push home,
ensuring that the spring clip locks in
place.
Close the outer doors and reconnect
the plug into the socket.
GLASS FRAME
AND RETAINING
CLIPS
PLUG AND
SOCKET
LOCATING
LIP
FIXING
STUD
IGNITION WITH A MATCH
In the event of an interruption to the
electricity supply to your Bermuda, it
is possible to light the fire pilot using a
match. To do this, remove the glass
frame as described above and apply
the lighted match to the gap between
the coals and front panel in the
centre, whilst otherwise following the
instructions (“TO LIGHT THE FIRE”).
Once the fire pilot is lit, replace the
glass frame immediately.
For safety reasons,isolate the
electricity supply by disconnecting the
plug from the socket. as shown.
NOTE: If necessary the adjustable feet
on VP3 models may be raised or lowered
to touch the fireplace hearth by turning in
the appropriate direction.
SPARE PARTS
CANOPY
DOOR
Data Label
page 7
Any repairs to the appliance will
usually be the responsibility of the
installer during the guarantee period,
after which spare parts may be
obtained through approved Baxi
stockists if required.
The spare parts available and their
relevant G.C. numbers can be found
at the back of the installation and
servicing instructions booklet. The
appliance name and G.C. number,
which are on the data badge, should
always be quoted. The data badge is
visible on the left hand fire support leg
when the controls cover is removed.
Guarantee
1. Your Baxi Bermuda is designed and
produced to meet all the relevant Standards.
2. Baxi provide a 3 year guarantee on the
Bermuda - other parts of the system are
covered by the Installer or other
manufacturers. The guarantee operates from
the date installation is completed for the
customer who is the original user.
3. To maximise the benefit from our guarantee
we urge you to return the reply-paid guarantee
registration.
4. This does not in any way prejudice your
rights at Common Law. Such rights between
the customer and the installer or supplier from
whom the unit was purchased remain intact.
Any component or part (with the exception
of the bulbs) which becomes defective
during the guarantee period as a result of
faulty workmanship or material whilst in
normal use will be repaired or replaced free
of charge.
BAXI POTTERTON
Brownedge Road Bamber Bridge Preston Lancashire PR5 6SN
After Sales Service 08706 096 096 Technical Enquiries 08706 049 049
www.baxi.co.uk
Comp No 237569 - Iss 6 - 1/03
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