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PARAGON FIRES
PARAGON FOCUS RS PLUS
Slide Control
ROOM SEALED INSET LIVE FUEL EFFECT GAS FIRE
OWNER'S
MANUAL
Please read these instructions carefully before you start
using the appliance
Keep this booklet handy for future reference
This appliance is
for use in GREAT BRITAIN or
IRELAND only
(2 x INJECTOR TIPS SUPPLIED WITH THIS APPLIANCE)
5.4kw – 2.4kw INJECTOR
&
3.8kw – 2.4kw INJECTOR
TELFORD
SHROPSHIRE
ENGLAND
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PARAGON FOCUS RS PLUS SC Instructions
CONTENTS
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User’s Instructions
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SECTION ONE Important Information
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Consumer Protection
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Health and Safety Notice
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SECTION TWO Introduction
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SECTION THREE Operation
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Lighting the Fire
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Turning Off the Fire
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SECTION FOUR Cleaning and Coal Laying
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Cleaning Decorative Trim
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Cleaning: Black Painted Surfaces
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Cleaning: Glass Panel
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Cleaning and Replacing Coals
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SECTION FIVE Replacement Parts
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Installation Instructions
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SECTION SIX Appliance Data
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SECTION SEVEN Regulations and Warnings
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SECTION EIGHT Siting the Appliance
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General Requirements
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SECTION NINE Preparing the Appliance for Installation
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SECTION TEN Install the appliance
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Installing the Appliance into a Cavity Wall
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Installing the Appliance into a Deep Rebated Surround or Dummy Breast 18
Installing the Appliance into a Timber Framed Dwelling
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Connecting the Gas Supply
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Checking Gas Soundness
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Changing the injector …………………………………………………………….21
SECTION ELEVEN Assemble the Appliance
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SECTION TWELVE Check Operation of Fire
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Check Burner Pressure and General Operation
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SECTION THIRTEEN Instruct and Advise Customer
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Maintenance Instructions
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SECTION FOURTEEN Maintenance Instructions
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General
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Replacement of Gas Control
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Replacement of Injector
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Replacement of the Micro Switch
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Replacement of the Thermocouple
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Replacement of Pilot Injector
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Replacement of Spark Electrode
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Replacement of Spark Generator
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SECTION ONE Important Information
Consumer Protection Information
As manufacturers and suppliers of heating products, we take every care, as far as is reasonably
practicable, that these products are so designed and constructed as to meet the general safety
requirement when properly used and installed. To this end, our products are thoroughly tested and
examined before despatch.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Any alteration that is not approved by the appliance manufacturer could
invalidate the approval of the appliance, operation of the warranty and could affect your statutory
rights.
Health and Safety Notice
Important
This appliance could contain some of the materials, indicated below, that could be interpreted as
being injurious to health and safety. It is the users / installers responsibility to ensure that the
necessary personal protective clothing is worn when handling these materials, see below for
information.
Artificial Fuels, Mineral Wool, Insulation Material, Refractory/Ceramic Fibres, Glass Yarn - may
be harmful if inhaled, may be irritating to skin, eyes, nose and throat.
When handling avoid inhaling and contact with skin or eyes. Use disposable gloves, facemasks
and eye protection. After handling wash hands and other exposed parts. If a vacuum is used for
cleaning the coals or cleaning after servicing / installation it is recommended that it be of the type
fitted with a HEPA filter.
Disposal of refractory/ceramic materials. To keep dust to a minimum these materials
should be securely wrapped in polythene and be clearly labelled ‘RCF waste’. These materials are
not classified as ‘hazardous waste’ and should be disposed of at a site licensed for the disposal of
industrial waste.
 The PARAGON FOCUS RS PLUS SC is an inset room sealed decorative fuel-effect gas
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appliance.
The PARAGON FOCUS RS PLUS SC is available in Natural Gas (G20 @ 20 mbar Only). The
marking (G20 for natural gas) on the packaging and the data badge specify the gas for which the
appliance has been factory set. Note: These appliances should only be used on the
appropriate gas specified. They are not suitable for conversion from one gas to the other.
Failure to install appliance correctly could lead to prosecution.
In GB (Great Britain), the appliance must be installed and serviced by a competent person i.e.
Gas Safe-registered, in accordance with the GAS SAFETY (INSTALLATION AND USE)
REGULATIONS, The Building Regulations (or The Building Regulations (Scotland) or The
Building Regulations (Northern Ireland)) and The Current I.E.E. Wiring Regulations, if appropriate.
In IE (Ireland), the appliance must be installed and serviced by a competent person and installed
in accordance with the current edition of I.S.813 Domestic Gas Installation, the current Building
Regulations and the current ETCI rules for electrical installation, if appropriate.
The PARAGON FOCUS RS PLUS SC does not require a chimney, but must be installed against
an outside wall.
It is important that the flue terminal is regularly checked and kept clear at all times.
If the terminal is accessible to people (i.e. less than 2m above a walkway, balcony etc.) the
terminal guard must be fitted to prevent access to the flue outlet, which becomes hot when the fire
is in use.
All combustible material must be removed from behind the fire and fire trim.
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SECTION ONE Important Information Cont.
 As the PARAGON FOCUS RS PLUS SC is a room sealed appliance (i.e. air for the combustion
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process is taken from outside the room) no purpose built ventilation is requires.
The PARAGON FOCUS RS SC is designed and tested to meet the requirements of the European
Standard EN 613.
Although the PARAGON FOCUS RS PLUS SC is fitted with a glass front which acts as a dress
guard it is strongly recommended that a fireguard should be used for the protection of children,
the elderly or infirm. Fireguards should conform to B. S. 6539 (1984) (Fireguards for use with solid
fuel appliance).
The slot located at the top of the PARAGON FOCUS RS PLUS SC are the hot air outlets and as
such must not be obstructed in any way (particularly by clothes or other combustibles). In addition
the base of the appliance should not be obstructed by such items as this may adversely affect the
performance of the appliance.
Care should be taken to prevent any damage being caused to surrounding soft furnishings or
decoration. Many wall coverings may become discoloured if placed too close to the appliance, it is
strongly recommended that any proposed wall covering intended for use immediately above the
appliance should be tested in the hottest position (immediately above) first. Run the fire on high
over a few days
The first time you light your new appliance a smell may occur due to its new condition. This is
quite normal and will soon disappear after a few hours use at maximum setting (open a window
until the smell disappears).
The appliance MUST NOT be used if the glass panel is not correctly fitted or if this panel is
cracked or broken.
Any debris should be cleaned from the appliance. A vacuum cleaner can be used but only after all
the loose coals have been removed.
Prior to removing or cleaning the fuel bed components refer to the ‘Health and Safety
Notice’ located on page 3 of this booklet.
The appliance should be serviced annually by a competent person i.e. a Gas Safe registered
engineer in accordance with these instructions.
The glass or any part of the appliance MUST NOT be cleaned or wiped whilst the appliance is
HOT, to do so could be dangerous and may damage the paintwork of the appliance.
The cast fire front or Fascia casing MUST BE positioned in front of the fire whilst it is burning.
A where a fire front (fret) is used with this appliance it must conform to the following:
It must be made from non-combustible material.
Its general construction should enable it to stand firmly across the full width of the burner.
The design of the fire front (fret)
must have a removable ashtray
cover (lower section).
The ash tray cover must have cut
outs and or holes which provide
ventilation to the underside of the
burner.
The effective area of ventilation
through the ash tray cover must
be greater than 1365mm2 (2.12
sq. ins.)
Effective Ventilation
1365mm2 MINIMUM
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SECTION TWO Introduction
 The PARAGON FOCUS RS PLUS SC is an inset room sealed live fuel-effect gas appliance
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designed for use in locations that do not have a conventional chimney. The appliance must be
installed against an outside wall because the air to support combustion is taken from the outside
and the products of combustion are expelled to the outside.
The appliance incorporates a safety device in the form of a FLAME SUPERVISION DEVICE,
which constantly monitors the flame and will cause the gas to be switched off if the flames are
extinguished for any reason. THIS DEVICE MUST NOT BE OVERRIDDEN. If this situation
occurs on a regular basis have the appliance checked by a qualified engineer. The problem may
be due to a blocked or restricted flue.
Before removing the fret, trim, glass or fuel bed for cleaning the fire should be turned off, and left
to cool down.
NOTE: In use some discoloration of the components will take place in the combustion box, this is
normal, but can be kept to a minimum if the coals are placed correctly (i.e. after cleaning). See
Section 4.
As with all heating appliances certain areas (Working Surfaces) become very hot when the
appliance is in use. Only the ashpan knob and the gas control knob should be touched when the
fire is being used.
SECTION THREE Operation
Do not use this appliance without the glass panel fitted, or if this panel is cracked or broken.
WARNING: If the burner or pilot is extinguished for any reason, do not attempt to
re-light the pilot for at least three minutes.
The full lighting procedure is as follows: a.
Push slide control lever down, as far as possible a clicking noise will be heard and the
pilot will light, HOLD DOWN FIRMLY FOR ABOUT 20 SECONDS.
b.
Pull the lever up and the pilot light should remain alight and the main burner should light
on its low setting.
c.
Should the pilot fail to light, pull the lever fully up to turn off the appliance, wait 3
minutes and repeat the procedure (a &b). If the pilot does not light and no clicking noise is
heard replace the battery and try again.
d.
After lighting the pilot flame and the main burner on its low setting the control lever may
be lifted until slight resistance is felt, this will put the burner on its high setting.
e.
To completely extinguish the fire, pull the lever up past the resistance to its fullest
extent.
f.
The fire may be operated on either its low or high setting.
g.
It is recommended that the appliance is operated on its high setting for a short period
before adjusting to the low setting.
h.
If the ignition does not operate fit a new 9V battery (PP3/MN1602) to the ignition unit,
located behind the fret adjacent to the gas inlet pipe, and repeat ignition procedure prior to
reporting a fault.
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SECTION FOUR Cleaning & Fuel Bed Laying
Warning: -Before you clean any part of the appliance ensure that the appliance is switched off and
cool.
CLEANING: DECORATIVE TRIM
 The Decorative finish of the trim is coated with a high temperature lacquer, it should be wiped with
a soft, clean, dry, cloth only.
 The trim should be removed for cleaning. The fret should be removed before removing the trim,
which is held in place by four magnets.
CLEANING: BLACK PAINTED SURFACES
 These surfaces should be dusted regularly and any marks removed with a soft cloth.
 Abrasive or chemical cleaner should never be used.
CLEANING: GLASS PANEL
From time to time it may be necessary to clean the glass panel.
We recommend you use a Ceramic Hob Cleaner (brands such as HOB BRITE and VITRO CLEAN
have been found to be acceptable) these are available from most leading Supermarkets.
Follow the Instructions on the Hob Cleaner
Bottle.
Remove the glass panel as follows:
 Remove ash pan cover and fret.
 Remove decorative trim (held in place with
four magnets).
 Remove the 2 nuts that hold the fret cover on,
and remove fret cover.
 Slacken but do not remove the 4 nuts
securing the glass frame.
 Remove the 2 nuts located on the bottom of
the glass frame. Note: when it is replaced
ensure the glass is central and that all the four
studs pass through the slots in the glass
frame.
 While supporting the glass panel, remove the
2 nuts securing the sides of the glass frame,
remove the glass frame and slide it out gently.
 Lay the glass panel down on a flat working surface on top of an old opened newspaper with the
side to be cleaned uppermost take care not to erase the dot printing in the cleaning process.
On stubborn stains (where the appliance has been used for a long period without glass panel being
cleaned), use a new Brillo Pad well wetted with the Hob cleaner applied directly to it.
Ensure all the residues of the cleaner are removed with a damp cloth and the glass panel is
completely dry before fitting to the appliance.
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SECTION FOUR Cleaning & Fuel Bed Laying Continued
Note: - If the fuel bed has not been placed correctly, causing the gas flame to contact the glass this
may result in glass staining that cannot be removed by cleaning.
Re-assemble in reverse order ensuring the seal is compressed evenly at the top and bottom
Re-fit the top outlet grill before re-fitting the trim and fret and before re-lighting.
CLEANING AND REPLACING Fuel Bed Parts
Important: - Refer to the ‘Health & Safety Notice located on page 3 of this booklet
before cleaning or replacing any refractory material.
Use only the Fuel Bed part provided NO OTHER FUEL BED PARTS SHOULD BE
ADDED to the appliance
If any Fuel Bed Parts are broken then they must be replaced before the
appliance is used.
Note:- There are two possible fuel bed arrangements
COAL or PEBBLE
Please check the label on the appliance carton to ensure you have the correct
fuel bed
The fuel bed parts are delicate and should be handled with great care.
The loose part should be removed for cleaning. They can be brushed very gently with a soft brush to
remove dust or any deposits.
A vacuum cleaner may only be used after all the loose coals have been removed.
NOTE: During operation some sooting will be evident on the fuel bed whether
running on the high or low setting. This may be reduced by running on the
opposite setting for 15 minutes prior to switching the fire off i.e. If fire is running
on high then turn to low for 15 minutes before turning off. This will not eliminate
all soot but helps keep it to a minimum.
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SECTION FOUR Cleaning & Fuel Bed Laying Continued
COAL BED LAYOUT
 The Coal set as shown consists of:
Rear Matrix
Front Matrix
10 x Individual Coals
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The Front Matrix is located as
shown in front of the burner
The Rear Matrix is located so that it
fits behind the burner (ensure it is not
placed over the burner)
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SECTION FOUR Cleaning & Fuel Bed Laying Continued
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Insert back row of 4 coals as
shown.
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Complete front row of 6
coals as shown.
 That completes the coal bed assembly
 Go to section eleven to complete the appliance assembly
 Ensure the glass panel and other associated parts are fitted before lighting the appliance
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SECTION FOUR Cleaning & Fuel Bed Laying Continued
The Pebble set as shown consists of:
Front Matrix
Rear Matrix
3 x “A” Pebbles
6 x “B” Pebbles
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The Front Matrix is located as
shown in front of the burner
 The Rear Matrix is located so that it fits
behind the burner (ensure it is not
placed over the burner)
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Position the front row of “A” & “B”
shape pebbles as shown.
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SECTION FOUR Cleaning & Fuel Bed Laying Continued
 Finally position the remaining 4 ”B”
shape pebbles as shown.
 That completes the pebbles bed
assembly
 Go to section eleven to complete the
appliance assembly
 Ensure the glass panel and other
associated parts are fitted before
lighting the appliance
SECTION FIVE Replacement Parts
The only user removable parts are: -
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Cast fret
Top Outlet Grill
Glass panel, fixing clamps and fret apron
Decorative Trim
Refractory fuel bed components
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Installation Instructions
SECTION SIX Appliance Data
Wall Cut-out dimensions:
Height
553mm
Width
405mm
Overall dimensions:
Height
601mm
Width
501mm
Forward Projection:
90mm, (From fireplace opening
Including typical fret.)
Weight:
38.5kg (Boxed excluding fret)
37kg (Unboxed excluding fret)
Flue Length and duct length:
100mm (minimum) to l metre (maximum)
Standard length supplied with fire-535mm (267mm
after cutting). Additional 535mm & 1m tubes supplied
as optional extras. (No bends should be fitted in the
flue pipe)
Injector Tips x 2……………………………………1x 360 tip ( 5.4kw )fitted &1x 220 tip ( 3.8kw )supplied
Pressure Test Point Location:
Gas inlet elbow
Gas Connection:
8.0mm O/D, tube.
Data Badge Location:
On the appliance behind decorative front.
MODEL
Category of appliance
NOX Class
Efficiency Class
Gas Category
N G(G20) Version 5.4 inj
CII
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N G (G20) Version 3.8 inj
CII
3
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I2H
I2H
Gas Type
G20 Natural Gas
G20 Natural Gas
Gas Pressure +/- 1.0mbar
20 mbar
20 mbar
Gas Input
(Max)
5.4 kW Gross
3.8 kW Gross
(Min)
2.4 kW Gross
2.4kW Gross
Injectors size
360
220
NOTE: The efficiency of this appliance has been measured as specified in BS EN613-2001 and the
result is 79.14.% for 5.4kw & 75.68.% for 3.8kw natural gas The gross calorific value of the fuel has
been used for this efficiency calculation. GasTec have certified the test data from which it has been
calculated. The efficiency value may be used in the UK Government’s Standard Assessment
Procedure (SAP) for energy rating of dwellings.
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SECTION SEVEN Regulations and Warnings
 THIS APPLIANCE MUST ONLY BE INSTALLED IN GREAT BRITAIN OR IRELAND.
 THE APPLIANCE IS AVAILABLE IN NATURAL GAS only.
 CONFIRM THAT THE APPLIANCE IS SUITABLE PRIOR TO INSTALLATION (G20 FOR
NATURAL GAS) (REFER TO DATA BADGE ON BASE OF APPLIANCE). NOTE: THE
APPLIANCE SHOULD ONLY BE USED ON THE APPROPRIATE GAS SPECIFIED. IT IS NOT
SUITABLE FOR CONVERSION FROM ONE GAS TO THE OTHER.
 THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE INSTALLED ON A SUITABLE OUTSIDE WALL.
 NO SPECIAL VENTILATION BRICKS OR VENTS ARE REQUIRED INTO THE ROOM
CONTAINING THE APPLIANCE.
 IT IS THE LAW THAT ALL GAS APPLIANCES MUST BE INSTALLED BY A COMPETENT
PERSON; I.E. A GAS SAFE REGISTERED INSTALLER, IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
CURRENT GAS SAFETY (INSTALLATION AND USE) REGULATIONS 1994 (AS AMENDED),
ALL RELEVANT PARTS OF THE LOCAL AND NATIONAL BUILDING REGULATIONS AND
ALL RELEVANT RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE CURRENT BRITISH STANDARDS. FAILURE
TO DO SO COULD LEAD TO PROSECUTION.
THE FOLLOWING ARE THE RELEVANT CODES OF PRACTICE AND BRITISH STANDARDS: B.S. 5871 PART 2
B.S. 5440 PART 1
B.S. 6891
B.S. 1945
Note:- This appliance must be installed to current versions of the above standards and
include any relevant amendments.
THE BUILDING REGULATIONS ISSUED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT.
THE BUILDING STANDARDS (SCOTLAND) (CONSOLIDATED) REGULATIONS ISSUED BY THE
SCOTTISH DEVELOPMENT OFFICE.
PRIOR TO THE INSTALLATION ENSURE THAT THE LOCAL DISTRIBUTION CONDITIONS
(INDENTIFICATION OF TYPE OF GAS AND PRESSURE) AND ADJUSTMENT OF THE
APPLIANCE ARE COMPATIBLE. (G20 @ 20mbar Natural Gas Version)
WARNINGS
 As this appliance has components, which get very hot as with all such fires, it is recommended
that a fireguard should be used for the protection of children, the elderly, or the infirm. Fireguards
should conform to B.S.6539 (1984) (Fireguards for use with solid fuel appliances).
 During initial use, an odour may be evident. This will soon disappear if the fire is run on its
maximum setting for a few hours.
 Care must be taken to prevent any damage being caused to surrounding soft furnishing or
decoration, e.g. wall coverings may become discoloured if placed too close to the appliance.
IMPORTANT NOTES
 This appliance is a fuel effect gas fire designed for use in locations that do not have a
conventional chimney.
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SECTION EIGHT Siting the Appliance
(When installing in a timber framed dwelling reference must be made to the specific installation
requirements stated in Section 10 Installing the Appliance in Timber Framed Dwelling).
THERE ARE TWO TYPES OF INSTALLATION (into conventional masonry walls):  The appliance body can be recessed back into the brickwork cavity so that the appliance is flush
fitting with the wall or fireplace back panel, see Installation Instructions,
OR
 With a dummy chimneybreast constructed forward into the room to take up the 180mm depth of
the firebox. This depth can be reduced if a deep rebated surround is also used the rebate depth
can be deducted from the dummy breast depth
Any surround used must meet the specification stated later in this section. Prior to installing the
appliance all combustible materials must be removed from the rear faces as described in Section 10.
GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
 The flue and air duct length
must be between 100mm to
1metre. The fire is supplied
with a standard pipe length of
535mm (to be cut in half to
make a flue and air duct
length of 267.5mm) The flue
and air duct must not
accommodate any bends.
Other lengths of flue and air
duct are available
 The flue outlet must terminate
on a suitable outside wall.
 The minimum flue terminal
clearances, which must be
maintained, are as shown below.
A
Directly below an openable window or other opening. E.g. air brick
300mm
B
Below gutters, soil pipes or drain pipes
300mm
C
Below eaves
300mm
D
Below balconies or car port roofs
600mm
E
From vertical drain pipes and soil pipes
75mm
F
From internal and external corners
300mm
G
Above ground, roof or balcony level
370mm
H
From a surface facing the terminal
600mm
I
From a terminal facing the terminal
1200mm
J
From an opening in a car port into a dwelling e.g. door, window, etc
1200mm
K
Vertically from a terminal on the same wall
1500mm
L
Horizontally from a terminal on the same wall
300mm
Note: These dimensions are taken from the centre of the circular flue outlet.
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SECTION EIGHT Siting the Appliance Continued
*To minimise the risk of cracking due to heat expansion the use of a 3-piece back panel is recommended*
 The back panel of the surround must
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have a cut-out within the maximum and
minimum dimensions as shown.
Ensure that gas supply is suitably sited.
A non-combustible hearth must be
provided beneath the appliance if the
appliance is fitted at low level (less than
150mm from floor). The hearth must have
a minimum thickness of 12mm and the
perimeter 50mm above floor level. The
hearth must extend the full width of the
appliance and must project forward a
minimum of 100mm in front of the
appliance.
Alternatively the appliance may be fitted
without a hearth (Hole in the Wall type
installations), 50mm min. from the floor to the base of appliance
The minimum clearance from the hearth (base of appliance) to the underside of a combustible
shelf should be determined using the shelf chart.
Minimum width between vertical sides of
1025
combustible surround should not be less
than 800 mm provided fire is central to the
1000
surround and sides do not project more than
950
150 mm. When vertical side forward
projection is increased by 12.5 mm add 50
900
mm to inside width of surround.
850
Check with the supplier or manufacturer that
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the surround meets 150 C minimum rating
800
(attention should especially be given to man
750
made materials such as resin).
When installing in a timber framed dwelling
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50
75 100 125 150 175 200 225
reference must be made to the specific
"B" SHELF WIDTH
all dimensions in mm's
installation requirements stated in Section
10 Installing The Appliance In Timber
EXAMPLE: 925 SHELF HEIGHT=165 MAX. SHELF WIDTH
Framed Dwelling.
SECTION NINE Preparing the Appliance for Installation
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Carefully unpack the appliance from the carton and check the contents.
Lift off the decorative trim, which is held by four magnets and put to one side.
Lift away the fascia grill unit, which hooks over the lip of the combustion chamber.
Lay the appliance on its back ensuring suitable protection is provided for the carpet / floor.
Remove the two cross head nuts securing the fret apron and remove the apron
Remove the 2 nuts located on the bottom of the glass frame. Note: when it is replaced ensure the
glass is central and that all the four studs pass through the slots in the glass frame.
 Remove the 2 nuts securing the sides of the glass frame, remove the glass frame and slide it out
gently.
 Remove the refractory components from the inside of the appliance.
 The appliance is now ready for installation.
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SECTION TEN To Install the Appliance
INSTALLING THE APPLIANCE INTO CAVITY WALL (When installing in a timber framed
dwelling reference must be made to the specific installation requirements stated later in this Section
‘Installing The Appliance In Timber Framed Dwelling’).
 Ensure it is a suitable outside wall constructed of non-combustible materials and that the flue
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position meets the requirements previously described
in Section 8.
Mark a horizontal line on the wall at the intended hearth
surface or appliance base height (50mm min for Hole in
Wall installation (the skirting board must be cut away
from behind the fire).
Mark a vertical line on the wall at the intended centre of
the appliance up from the horizontal line for a height of
555mm.
Mark two more vertical lines 202mm either side of the
centre line for a height of 555mm.
Mark a horizontal line at a height of 555mm above the
hearth line, joining the two outside lines together.
Mark the position for a lintel above the top horizontal line.
Mark three short horizontal lines so they cross the centre line, one at 105mm,one at 332mm and
one at 480mm above hearth level line. These are the centre points for the air duct, flue holes and
wire fixing kit.
Using a long masonry drill, make two pilot holes completely through the wall, ensure the holes are
drilled accurately at the centres and square to the wall both horizontally and vertically at the two
cross points previously marked.
Cut out the brickwork of the inner skin of the cavity wall for the lintel, and position and fix the lintel
with mortar.
Cut out the brickwork under the lintel, between the two outside vertical lines into the cavity.
Ensure the cut-out width is square, try the appliance into the opening.
Using 125mm (5”) core drill, cut two holes following the pilot holes, drill from the outside through
to the cavity.
Remove any cavity insulation from the
LINTEL SET
IN POSITION
cut-out opening and for a further 100mm
into the cavity gap each side and above.
CUT OUT IN W ALL FOR
CAVITY RECESSED
OUTER SKIN
Pack “Rockwool” around the sides and
INSTALLATIONS
OF W ALL
125mm CORE
DRILLED HOLES
top of the opening into the cavity for a
depth of 100mm.
CAVITY PACKED 100mm
DEEP W ITH ROCKW OOL
Lay the hearth if required so that it is
ALL FOUR SIDES
positioned correctly to the horizontal line.
Position and fix the back panel and
HEARTH SURFACE LINE
surround if required.
FLOOR SURFACE
Offer the appliance into the opening and
mark through the gas pipe entry hole (see connecting the gas supply later in this manual).
Pass a tape measure through the core-drilled holes and record the distance from the back of the
spigots to the surface of the outside wall.
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 Increase both the recorded distances by 15mm each, and cut two lengths from the 100mm
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diameter pipe.
Remove the appliance from the opening, and position the gas supply (see connecting the gas
supply later in this manual), taking account of the relative gas regulations appertaining to a gas
pipe in a cavity. Note the gas feed must be fitted with an isolation valve.
Position and seal the pipes to their respective spigots on the rear of the appliance (use flue seal
or fire cement to ensure airtight seal, it must not obstruct the flue).
Peal the backing off the length of foam seal and affix to the rear outer edge of the appliance
flange.
Push the appliance back into the opening and fill any space behind the appliance with
“Rockwool”.
Complete the gas connection (see connecting the gas supply later in this manual).
Drill the four fixing holes through the hole in the flange of the appliance and fix back using plug
and screws.
Using the optional wire fixing kit:
Follow all the above steps up to connecting the gas supply.
Undo the 2 central M6 screws from the bracket on rear of the firebox and slide the wire fixing clamp
off.
Unravel the cable and push the nipple end onto the bracket. Replace the fixing clamp and screws
and secure tightly. The cable is now attached to the firebox.
Push cable through the central pilot hole that has been drilled in the outside wall. Go outside and pull
any excess cable through. Come back inside and push the firebox into the opening, ensuring the fire
is level and the seal is evenly fitted to the back panel.
Go back outside and, again, pull any excess cable through the pilot hole. Slide the wall mounting
plate over the cable using the centre hole. Align the cable fixing hole over the central pilot hole. Mark
the hole centres, drill, and fasten back to the external wall using screws and raw plugs (not provided).
Adjust nut and slide down the cable over the wall mounting plate into the central pilot hole.
Slide the provided clamp over the cable, pull any excess then tighten using the screw on the clamp.
Using a 10mm spanner adjust the locking nut until tight.
Go back inside to ensure the seal on the fire is tight against the back panel and fire.
Go back outside and wrap any excess cable around the ledge on the bracket and through the feed
hole.
Important: Do not cut off excess cable
Note: Please check the adjustment on the fixing is no more than 15mm as this may cause
difficulty when fitting the outer terminal.
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 Fit the outer wall terminal plate, with the “Rockwool” gasket sandwiched between it and the wall,
with the double spigot at the top so that it seals to both the flue pipe and the air duct, (use flue
seal or fire cement to ensure air tight seal).
 Drill through the four holes in the outer wall terminal plate and fix back to the wall using plugs and
screws.
 Position the outer terminal cover and fix to wall terminal plate with the four screws provided.
 If the flue outlet is fitted below 2m from the floor or a balcony then the flue guard must be fitted.
INSTALLING THE APPLIANCE INTO DEEP REBATED FIRE SURROUND OR
DUMMY CHIMNEY BREST. Additional duct pipe/s will be required. (When installing
in a timber framed dwelling reference must be made to the specific installation requirements stated
later in this Section ‘Installing The Appliance In Timber Framed Dwelling’).
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Ensure it is a suitable outside wall
constructed of non-combustible
materials and that the flue position
MARKING OUT WALL FOR
meets the requirements previously
INSTALLATIONS INTO
DEEP REBATED SURROUND
described.
CENTRE LINE OF
105 mm
INSTALLATION
480 mm
Mark a horizontal line on the wall
POSITION
POSITION
OF PILOT
at the intended hearth surface or
OF PILOT
HOLE
HOLE
appliance base height (150mm
min. for Hole in Wall installation)
HEARTH SURFACE LINE
the skirting board must be cut
OR BASE LINE FOR
HOLE IN WALL (50mm min.from floor)
away from behind the fire.
FLOOR SURFACE
Mark a vertical line on the wall at
the intended centre of the
appliance up from the horizontal line for a height of 555mm.
Mark two short horizontal lines so they cross the centre line, one at 105mm and the second at
480mm above hearth level line. These are the centre points for the air duct and flue holes.
Using a long masonry drill, make two pilot holes completely through the wall, ensure the holes are
drilled accurately at the centres and square to the wall both horizontally and vertically at the two
cross points previously marked.
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 Using 125mm (5”) core drill, cut two holes following the pilot holes, drill from the outside of the
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dwelling through to the cavity, and from the inside through to the cavity
Remove any combustible material that may be present if the rear of the appliance is contacting
the wall i.e. ensure no battens etc., behind dry lining
Lay the hearth or a non-combustible base (for Hole in Wall) so that it is positioned correctly to the
horizontal line.
Temporally position and fix the back panel and deep surround, or construct a dummy chimney
breast as required, avoiding combustible materials coming in close proximity to the appliance or
the flue, leaving access to pack around the appliance with “Rockwool”.
Offer the appliance into the opening and mark through the gas pipe entry hole (see connecting the
gas supply later in this manual).
Pass a tape measure through the core-drilled holes and record the distance from the back of the
spigots to the surface of the outside wall.
Increase both the recorded distances by 15mm each, and cut the lengths from the 100mmdiameter pipe - you will probably require an extra pipe.
Remove the appliance from the opening, and position the gas supply (see connecting the gas
supply later in this manual), taking account of the relative gas regulations appertaining to a gas
pipe in a cavity.
Permanently fix the deep rebated surround in position, and pack the void behind the fascia panel
of the deep rebated surround with “Rockwool”. Pack 150mm thickness of “Rockwool” over the
appliance top and side if it is fitted into a dummy chimneybreast, and fill any space between the
appliance and the outside wall.
Position and seal the pipes two their respective spigots on the rear of the appliance (use flue seal
or fire cement to ensure airtight seal, it must not obstruct the flue).
Peal the backing off the length of foam seal and affix to the rear outer edge of the appliance
flange.
Push the appliance back into the opening and fill any space behind the appliance with
“Rockwool”.
Complete the gas connection (see connecting the gas supply later in this manual).
Drill the four fixing holes through the hole in the flange of the appliance and fix back using plus
and screws.
Fit the outer wall terminal plate, with the “Rockwool” gasket sandwiched between it and the wall,
with the double spigot at the top so that it seals to both the flue pipe and the air duct, (use flue
seal or fire cement to ensure air tight seal, it must not obstruct the flue).
Drill through the four holes in the outer wall terminal plate and fix back to the wall using plugs and
screws.
Position the outer terminal cover and fix to wall terminal plate with the four screws provided.
If the flue outlet is fitted below 2m from the floor or a balcony then the flue guard must be fitted.
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SECTION TEN To Install the Appliance Continued
TIMBER FRAMED DWELLING
This method allows for installation in timber frame buildings. Where removal of any part of the
inner timber leaf of the wall is involved the structural integrity of the wall must be maintained
and the advice of your local Building Control Department should be sought. If the property is
under N.H.B.C. cover, it is advised that their advice should also be sought. Reference should
be made to the British Gas Publication DM2 "Guide For Gas Installations In Timber Frame
Housing" or Gas Safe “Gas installations in Timber Frame Buildings” ISBN1-902632-30-3
Special attention must be paid to the location of the studwork frames of the inner leaf and the
appliance positioned accordingly. Electrical cables and pipework that run within the inner timber leaf
must also be located and taken into account when positioning the appliance.
The following methods of installation may be adapted for use in timber frame buildings providing
extra care is taken to protect combustible materials from contact with hot surfaces.
Method 1 (For installation into a extended fire surround or false chimney breast)
 An insulation material (20mm “Superlux” or equivalent) must protect all combustible surfaces
(including plasterboard) situated within the opening. A minimum clearance of 50mm must be
allowed between the appliance case (rear, top and sides) and the material used to line the
opening. The base of the opening must be non-combustible.
 Wrap the appliance body (top, rear and sides) and both flue tubes with “Rockwool” (50mm
minimum thickness).
 Where the duct pipes pass through the inner timber leaf concentric holes 200mm diameter should
be cut around each duct pipe, allowing a minimum 50mm air gap all round each duct pipe. A noncombustible sleeve 200mm diameter must be fitted to these clearance holes.
 To ensure that any condensation formed on the duct pipes does not drip on to the inner wall a
length of galvanised wire must wrapped around each flue pipe and secured in position by twisting
the ends together. Ensure that the twisted ends are located at the bottom of the pipes and the
wire is centrally located within the cavity.
 The vapour barrier on the back of the inner timber leaf should be carefully cut and fixed to prevent
ingress of damp into the plasterboard layer.
Method 2 (For installation into the inner timber leaf of the wall
 Find a suitable position between the wall panel frames and carefully open up a hole (minimum
dimension 505mm wide x 605mm x 230mm depth) this will ensure 50mm minimum clearance
around the appliance body Note: the 230mm could be reduced to 200mm if no combustible
material is left between the back of the fire box and the outer skin on brickwork. Careful attention
must be made to securing the damp proof membrane back into position. (Note: To achieve the
minimum depth requirement it may be necessary to deepen the cavity by building up the wall
surface with an appropriate none combustible material.)
 Line the exposed cavity (top, rear and sides) with an insulation material (20mm “Superlux” or
equivalent) to form a boxed chamber. The base of the opening must be non-combustible.
 Wrap the appliance body (top, rear and sides) and both flue tubes with “Rockwool” (50mm
minimum thickness).
 Where the duct pipes pass through the inner timber leaf, concentric holes 200mm diameter
should be cut around each flue pipe, allowing a minimum 50mm air gap all round each flue pipe.
A non-combustible sleeve 200mm diameter must be fitted to these clearance holes.
 To ensure that any condensation formed on the duct pipes does not drip on to the inner wall a
length of galvanised wire must wrapped around each flue pipe and secured in position by twisting
the ends together. Ensure that the twisted ends are located at the bottom of the pipes and the
wire is centrally located within the cavity.
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SECTION TEN To Install the Appliance Continued
TIMBER FRAMED DWELLING CONTINUED
 The vapour barrier on the back of the inner timber leaf should be carefully cut and fixed to prevent
ingress of damp into the plasterboard layer.
NOTE: Neither the appliance nor the “Rockwool” insulating pad may overhang the cavity space.
Routing of the gas supply must be carried out inline with the recommendations specified in the British
Gas Publication DM2 ‘Guide for gas installation in Timber Frame Housing.
CONNECTING THE GAS SUPPLY
TURN OFF ANY GAS APPLIANCES THAT ARE FED BY THE METER AND ISOLATE THE GAS
SUPPLY BY TURNING OFF AT THE METER.
 Connections may be made from the front of the appliance from either the left or the right in 8mmdia. pipe or a concealed connection from the rear of the appliance a hole with a grommet is
provided at the rear.
 An isolating cock is fitted in the supply feed to the fire to facilitate servicing. It may be rotated for
right gas connection.
 When a concealed gas fitting from the rear is required it is necessary to route the pipe to the left
side of the unit, taking into account the requirements of BS 6891 1988 dealing with enclosed
pipes.
 When installing the firebox into a cavity wall, any part of the installation pipe work installed in the
void open to the cavity wall must be enclosed in a gas tight sleeve. It must be sealed at the point
at which the sleeved installation pipe enters the fire (The Gas Safety (Installation and Use)
Regulations Certificate of exemption number 1 of 1996). Where the pipe enters the fire the outer
sleeve must be sealed to the grommet and the pipe must be sealed to its outer sleeve using
suitable mastic.
CHECKING GAS SOUNDNESS
 Complete gas connection to the fire and check for gas soundness in accordance with current
codes of practice.
INJECTOR REMOVAL
This appliance is fitted with the high input injector
with the option of fitting the supplied reduced input
injector. To change the injector firstly remove the
burner bar. Remove the two screws at either side
of the burner and lift out from the right hand side
first.
The injector nipple can be changed with a spanner,
change the injector `TIP` only.
Refit the other Injector and retighten with a
spanner. NOTE: The other Injector needs to be
left with the appliance or the customer.
Refit the burner bar by sliding the left hand side
first, make sure not to damage the injector tip when replacing burner bar.
Retighten the two screws and ensure the burner bar is central and flat to the burner carrier.
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SECTION ELEVEN Assemble the Appliance
 Position the refractory fuel bed components as described in section four of this manual, it is
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important that the fuel bed is positioned exactly as described to ensure the correct operation of
the appliance. Badly positioned fuel bed components may result in the gas flame being driven
forward onto the glass and permanently marking it.
Slide the top of the Glass Frame under the Glass Frame Bracket on the fire and centralize the
slots over the Four fixing studs, making sure the seal inside the glass.
Ensure it is positioned centrally with the printed surface to the inside and the open slots at the
lower edge.
Start the nuts on these four studs.
Tighten the Four nuts up evenly ensuring that the glass compresses the seal on all four sides.
Position the fret apron and secure with two cross head nuts
Position the grill fascia so that it hooks centrally over the top flange of the combustion box and
covers the front edge of the glass frame.
Position four magnets in two up each side of the appliance flange, and offer the decorative trim up
squarely and centrally.
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SECTION TWELVE Check Operation of Fire
CONNECTING CONTROL LEVER
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Remove the two m4 screws from the
slide bar.
Slide control lever within handle guide
bracket and refit the two m4 screws.
CONNECTING THE BATTERY
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Connect boot lead to battery, which is located bottom
centre of the appliance above the valve.
Slide the battery below the valve as shown.
CHECK BURNER PRESSURE AND GENERAL OPERATION
 Turn on the gas supply to the appliance and check for soundness in accordance with current
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codes of practice.
Turn off the gas supply at the external Isolation valve.
Remove the pressure test point screw from the inlet elbow and connect the pressure gauge.
Turn on the gas to the appliance at the Isolation valve.
Push down on the lever to ignition position and allow the air in the pipe to be purged.
Keep the lever down and check that the electrode is sparking at the gap between the
thermocouple tip and the electrode; continue until pilot ignition is established.
When established the control lever may be lifted until a resistance is felt, this will put the burner on
its high setting.
Check that the inlet pressure 20mbar +/- 1 mbar for natural gas .
Turn off gas supply, at the isolation valve. Disconnect the pressure gauge and replace the
pressure test point screw.
Turn on the supply to the appliance and check the pressure test point for soundness with
detection fluid.
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SECTION THIRTEEN Instruct and Advise the Customer
 Demonstrate the lighting and extinguishing procedure to the consumer/user and the removal and
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refitting of the decorative trim for cleaning.
Explain that for the first few hours of the fire operating there will be an initial odour. This is due to
the curing of the paint, the appliance should be operated on its high setting, and it is
recommended that a window is left open until that odour has completely disappeared.
Instruct on the glass removal and refitting.
Instruct on the fuel bed cleaning and advise that a vacuum cleaner can be used but only after all
the loose fuel bed shapes have been removed. Refer to ‘Health & Safety Notice (See Section
One) at the front of this booklet before proceeding.
Advise that the appliance should be serviced annually by a competent person i.e. a Gas Safe
registered engineer in accordance with these instructions.
Although the appliance is fitted with a glass front which acts as a dress guard it is strongly
recommended that a fireguard should be used for the protection of children, the elderly or infirm.
Fireguards should conform to B. S. 6539 (1984) (Fireguards for use with solid fuel appliance).
 Hand these instructions to the user.
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SECTION FOURTEEN Maintenance Instructions
General
 Servicing should be carried out annually by a competent person such as a Gas Safe-registered
person in accordance with the relevant regulations, to ensure the safe and correct operation of the
appliance.
Warning: - Before commencing any service or replacement of parts, turn off the gas supply to
the fire.
 After servicing check for gas soundness.
 When ordering spare parts please quote appliance name and serial number these can be found
on the data badge, which is located on the appliance remove the decorative fire front for access.
 If soot has accumulated check to establish cause, rectify and clean flue accordingly.
Important: - Refer to ‘Health & Safety Notice (See Page 3) at the front of this
booklet before removing the fuel bed components.
 Examine the coals for signs of cracking and replace if necessary.(IMPORTANT) see coal layout
procedure in section four of this manual before attempting to replace coals, which should only be
replaced as a complete set with no extra coals added.
 Check pilot aeration holes for linting, use a vacuum cleaner to remove any lint taking care not to
damage the pilot head.
Replacement of Gas Control
1.
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3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
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13.
14.
15.
Remove the fret or fascia and turn off the gas supply ay the isolation cock.
Remove Glass and fuel bed components as described earlier in this manual.
Disconnect gas feed pipe at restrictor elbow and remove tray by undoing 4 screws
Disconnect the injector pipe from the left hand side of the gas control.
Disconnect the pilot pipe from the underside of the pilot burner.
Pull off the connection to the spark electrode
Undo the supply connection to the pressure test elbow and Injector.
Remove the 2 connections to the micro switch.
Remove fixing pin holding generator shield and lift off.
Remove fixing stud holding generator and remove.
Remove thermocouple from the rear of the gas control.
Remove the two screws holding the gas valve to bracket.
Remove gas control.
Change or service the valve and replace in reverse order.
Turn on the gas supply, check for soundness and re- commission.
Replacement of Injector
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Remove the fret or fascia and turn off the gas supply ay the isolation cock.
Remove the glass and fuel bed components as described earlier in this manual.
Undo and remove the 2 screw holding the burner in place
Carefully remove the burner lifting from the right hand end of the burner.
Loosen and remove the injector tip.
Clean or replace injector tip and replace in reverse order, ensuring that the connection to the
injector fixing is sound air test if in doubt.
Turn on the gas supply, check for soundness and re- commission.
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SECTION FOURTEEN Maintenance Instructions Continued
Replacement of the Micro Switch
1. Remove the two fixing screws holding the micro switch and pull forward.
2. Pull off the cable connections from the switch.
3. Remove the two screws holding the switch in place and lift away the switch, replace in reverse
order.
Replacement of the Thermocouple
1.
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3.
4.
Repeat operations 1-14 for removal of gas control.
Pull off the cable connections from the switch.
Replace in reverse order.
Turn on the gas supply, check for soundness and re- commission.
Replacement of the Pilot Injector
1.
2.
3.
4.
Undo the pilot tube nut at the pilot bracket.
Pull the pipe gently back taking care not to damage.
Remove the pilot injector from inside the pilot bracket.
Clean or replace in reverse order, turn on the gas supply, check for soundness and recommission.
Replacement of the Spark Electrode
1.
2.
3.
4.
Remove the cable from the electrode connection.
Undo the electrode nut at the pilot bracket.
Remove the electrode carefully.
Clean or replace in reverse order, and re- commission.
Replacement of the Spark Generator
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Remove the fret or fascia .
Remove fixing pin holding generator shield and lift off.
Pull off the connection to the spark electrode.
Remove the 2 connections to the micro switch.
Remove fixing stud holding generator and remove.
When ordering parts quote 'PARAGON FOCUS RS PLUS SC' and the serial number of the fire,
which can be found on the data badge which is located on the appliance remove decorative trim for
access.
Paragon Fires
Telford
Shropshire
TF3 3AR
Telephone 0845 5195991
Web Site www.paragonfires.co.uk
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Paragon Fires
PARAGON FOCUS RS PLUS SC
THIS IS YOUR EXTENDED FIVE YEAR PARTS
WARRANTY
PLEASE READ IT CAREFULLY AND ENSURE YOUR INSTALLER HAS FILLED IN
THE FIRST PORTION, KEEP IT IN A SAFE PLACE SO THAT IT IS AVAILABLE
WHEN YOUR GAS SAFE
ENGINEER CARRIES OUT THE ANNUAL SERVICE.
THIS IN NO WAY REDUCES YOUR STATUTORY RIGHTS
THE WARRANTY COMMENCES FROM THE DATE OF PURCHASE YOU MUST
RETAIN YOUR RECEIPT OR INVOICE AS PROOF OF PURCHASE.
THIS EXTENDED WARRANTY SPECIFICALLY EXCLUDES SOFT REFRACTORY
COMPONENTS, THE BULB AND ANY BATTERIES.
Terms and Conditions
1. The appliance must be installed by a GAS SAFE registered person.
2. The appliance must be used in accordance with the users instructions.
3. The appliance must be serviced annually by a GAS SAFE registered person.
4. The service log must be correctly filled out and the record of annual services must be up to date and supported by
receipts in each case.
5. This warranty is not transferable and relates to the original installation only.
6. The Registration Form must be correctly filled out and returned.
7. The appliance has not been subjected to misuse or accident or been modified or repaired by any person other than
the authorised employee or authorised representative of Charlton and Jenrick Ltd.
8. The registration form must be returned within 3 months of purchase.
PARAGON HELPDESK NUMBER 0845 5195991
WARRANTY COVER
Important
For future reference we suggest you record the following details here, and keep the receipt as proof
of purchase. This information may be asked for when you contact the helpdesk.
Model: PARAGON FOCUS RS PLUS SC
Serial No.
This information can be found on the label attached to the packaging and on the data badge, which is
located on the base of the appliance.
Retailer Name:
___________________________________________
Address:
________________________________
___________________________________________
___________________________________________
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Date of Purchase:
Service Log
The following information must be complete and supported by receipts as part of the
conditions of the extended three year parts warranty and the appliance must be registered by
completing and returning the registration document (last page of this booklet) to Paragon
Fires.
Date of First annual service:
Engineer Name
Gas Safe Registration No.
Date of Second annual service:
Engineer Name
Gas Safe Registration No.
Date of Third annual service:
Engineer Name
Gas Safe Registration No.
Date of Fourth annual service:
Engineer Name
Gas Safe Registration No.
We may introduce modifications to products from time to time, and consequently the details
given in this booklet are subject to alteration without notice.
Paragon Fires
Telford
Shropshire
TF3 3AR
Telephone 0845 5195991
Web Site www.paragonfires.co.uk
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PLEASE REGISTER YOUR 12 MONTH WARRANTY WITH US TODAY
Simply detach this sheet from this booklet, complete and return it in a stamped addressed envelope to:
PARAGON FIRES
Charlton and Jenrick Ltd
UNIT D
STAFFORD PARK 2
TELFORD
SHROPSHIRE
TF3 3AR
YOUR DETAILS
Name
________________________________
Address
________________________________
Post Code
TELEPHONE No.
PRODUCT DETAILS
Model: PARAGON FOCUS RS PLUS SC
Serial No.
Date of Purchase
This information can be found on the label attached to the packaging and on the data badge, which is
located on the base of the appliance.
WHERE DID YOU PURCHASE THIS PRODUCT
Name
________________________________
Address
Post Code
________________________________
TELEPHONE No.
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Paragon Focus RS Plus SC Coal
Product
ID Label
A-0284
Serial No
Prefix
ME
Data Badge
Burner Tray / Box Assembly
Fixing Kit (0705)
Air Test Completed
Microswitch Check
Warning Label (Fire Guard)
High Rate Injector Tip 1 x 360 (5867)
Low Rate Injector Tip 1 x 220 (5868)
Copper Washer
Installation Seal/ Slide Control Handle
and screws/7mm Spinner(5435)
Restrictor Elbow (2194)
Magnets (4 x 3048) / 9v Battery
(1904)
Glass Assembly
Wall Clamp (Part No 5869)
Canopy (4540)
Flue Assembly
Terminal Guard
Wall Gasket
Flue Pipe
Fret Plate
Doughnut Seal (2)
Owners Book
Serial
Number
Inspector
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