Slimline Standard Mk2 - Heating and Hotwater Industry Council

Slimline Standard Mk2 - Heating and Hotwater Industry Council
0102 095 51641
Slimline Standard Mk2
User, Installation & Servicing Instructions
This appliance is for use on PROPANE GAS (G31) ONLY!
At a supply pressure of 37mbar
Please hand this booklet to the user and advise to keep in a safe place
G.C. No
32-187-42B
Important Notice: Before disposal of the outer packaging,
Please enter the product code in section 1.1 of this booklet.
This booklet details instructions for USER (section 1), INSTALLATION (section 2) & SERVICING (section 3).
IMPORTANT NOTICE
It is important for the safe and continued operation of this appliance that the instructions contained in this booklet are observed!
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section
Section
1.0
Instructions For Use
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
Record of purchase/installation
Important notes
Lighting and extinguishing the appliance
Re-laying the coal bed
Spare parts
Guarantee
2.0
Installation Instructions
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
Important notes
Statutory requirements
Technical data
Installing the appliance (Ventilation)
Flue
Clearance to sides and shelves
Hearth Clearances
Fitting the appliance in position
2.4.4.1 Restrictor plate
2.4.4.2 Fitting the firebox in the opening
2.4.4.3 Connecting the gas supply
2.4.4.4 Checking the appliance setting pressure
2.4.4.5 Checking the correct operation
Laying the coal bed
Clearance of products
Front and Frets (Requirements for ventilation)
Advising the customer
3.0
Maintenance and Servicing
3.1
3.2
3.3
Removal of debris or soot
Servicing components below the heat engine
Spare parts
Decorative spares
Useful telephone numbers
2.4.1
2.4.2
2.4.3
2.4.4
Section
3.3.1
3.4
Page 1
Section 1 – Instructions For Use
1.1
RECORD OF PURCHASE/INSTALLATION
Slimline Standard Mk2
Purchase Details
Date of purchase
______ / ______ / ______
Purchase from
_____________________
Address
_____________________
_________________________________________
Installation Details
Date of installation
______ / ______ / ______
Installed by
_____________________
Registration number
_____________________
Telephone number
_____________________
Appliance Details
Serial number
_____________________
(located on rating label)
Product Code
_____________________
(located on white label on outer carton)
It is advisable to have all the above information
available if assistance is required. It will aid our
service department in helping you more efficiently.
Page 2
1.2
IMPORTANT NOTES
Slimline Standard Mk2
CAUTION – THIS PACKAGE WEIGHS 16Kgs – assess the load before you move it and note any other handling information
on the packaging. If you think the load is beyond your safe capability, DO NOT PUT YOURSELF AT RISK ! Seek assistance
from other person(s) and/or use appropriate handling equipment. IT’s YOUR BODY – LOOK AFTER IT !
This appliance is for DECORATIVE PURPOSE ONLY and is manufactured to the requirements of the current issue of EN 509.
This appliance is for use on PROPANE GAS (G31) ONLY, at a supply pressure of 37mbar +/- 1mbar.
A CORGI REGISTERED INSTALLER MUST install this appliance. Failure to do so may lead to prosecution.
Ventilation for this appliance must be fitted in accordance with the rules in force and checked regularly for obstructions.
If the appliance is installed in GREAT BRITAIN, additional ventilation is NOT normally required.
If the appliance is installed in IRELAND, a minimal cross sectional area of 100cm2 is required.
Any permanent flue restriction must be removed and any variable dampers locked fully open or removed. If the flue has been used
previously for solid fuel, it MUST be swept PRIOR to installation.
Should any soot accumulation become excessive, the fuel effect pieces should be removed from the appliance for cleaning. Cleaning
should be carried out in a sufficiently ventilated area or in the open air, by gently brushing with the pieces held away from your face so
that you avoid inhaling the dust. IT IS RECOMMENDED AGAINST THE USE OF A NORMAL VACUUM CLEANER, which may blow
dust back in the room.
This appliance has a naked flame and a fireguard to the current issue of BS 6539 or BS 6778 should be used for the protection of
children, the elderly and the infirm.
Care must be taken on the selection of wall coverings within close proximity of the appliance as some vinyl and embossed materials
may become discoloured by convected heat. Soft furnishings must be kept clear from the radiant heat of the appliance and from
impinging the hearth area. Combustible materials must not be put on or left in the hearth area nor should the coal bed be used to burn
rubbish or other materials.
This appliance uses fuel effect components, gaskets and insulation material containing Refractory Ceramic Fibre, (RCF), which are
man-made vitreous silicate fibres. Excessive exposure to such material may cause temporary irritation to the eyes, skin and
respiratory tract. Consequently, it makes sense to take care when handling these articles to ensure that the release of dust is kept to a
minimum.
This appliance is fitted with an ODS, a spillage monitoring system which operates if the evacuation of products is interrupted (i.e.
blocked or incorrect flueing). It the appliance repeatedly `goes out’ it may indicate a problem and the installer or specialist should be
consulted before further use.
o
The minimum temperature rating of any back panel or hearth must have a minimum fire resistance rating of CLASS 0 (100 C).
If any home improvements i.e. double glazing are carried out after this appliance has been installed, you should contact your Corgi
Registered Installer and have the operation of the flue checked.
1.3
1.
LIGHTING AND EXTINGUISHING THE APPLIANCE
Remove the fret (Fig. 1), to gain access to the controls. (Fig. 2).
Fig. 2
Fret
Fig. 1
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Piezo Button
Gas Control
Press and turn the gas control anti-clockwise to the `IGN’ position. Keep the control fully depressed.
Press and release the piezo button until the main burner behind the simulated front coal has lit.
Once lit, keep the gas control depressed for a further 15 seconds.
Release the gas control and check that the main burner has remained alight.
Press and turn the gas control anti-clockwise to the required setting. Replace the fret (controls cover).
To turn the appliance off, depress and turn the gas control clockwise from any position to the `OFF’ position.
In the event of the piezo button failing, the appliance may be lit by placing a lighted taper or match at the main burner while depressing
the gas control in the `IGN’ position.
IMPORTANT
After turning off or if the appliance goes out for any reason, wait for three minutes before attempting to relight.
1.4
RE-LAYING THE COAL BED
Page 3
Slimline Standard Mk2
Fig. 3
The coal support shelf is positioned on the fibre
support metalwork. There are two metal `stops’ that
prevent the coal support shelf from sitting on the main
burner outlet. (Fig. 3).
Metal `stops’
Fig. 4
The simulated front coal is positioned on the shelf directly
in front of the coal support shelf. Two metal `stops’ hold the
simulated front coal in position. (Fig 4.)
Note : Large coals (grey) and small coals (black) are coloured
for illustration purposes only !
Metal `stops’
Fig. 5
Place 3 large and 2 small coals on top of the simulated
front coal (one in each groove !). Allow the coals to rest on
the coal support shelf. Place 3 large coals on the upper tier
of the coal support shelf. (Fig. 5).
Fig. 6
Place 4 small coals between the 5 coals located on top of
the simulated front coal. Allow the coals to rest on the 3
large coals located on the top tier of the coal support shelf.
Place 2 small coals between the 3 large coals located on
the top tier of the coal support shelf. (Fig. 6).
To obtain the best visual appearance, it may be necessary to `slightly’ adjust the position of the coals.
If any of the coals or coal bed become damaged or lost, replacements MUST be obtained before further use.
ADDITIONAL COAL MUST NOT BE USED
1.5
SPARE PARTS
For a list of spare parts for this appliance, please refer to section 3.3.
Page 4
Slimline Standard Mk2
1.6
GUARANTEE
Please complete the registration section of the white card supplied in the IFU kit. Any part of this appliance is guaranteed against defective
workmanship or faulty materials for a period of twelve months from the date of purchase.
Any such part will be placed free of charge on receipt of the purchasers address at the cost of postage only.
Please take time to fill in section 1.1 of this booklet for your future reference.
Page 5
Section 2 – Instructions For Installation
2.1
IMPORTANT NOTES
Slimline Standard Mk2
CAUTION – THIS PACKAGE WEIGHS 16Kgs – assess the load before you move it and note any other handling information
on the packaging. If you think the load is beyond your safe capability, DO NOT PUT YOURSELF AT RISK ! Seek assistance
from other person(s) and/or use appropriate handling equipment. IT’s YOUR BODY – LOOK AFTER IT !
This appliance is for DECORATIVE PURPOSE ONLY and is manufactured to the requirements of the current issue of EN 509.
This appliance is for use on PROPANE GAS (G31) ONLY, at a supply pressure of 37mbar +/- 1mbar.
A CORGI REGISTERED INSTALLER MUST install this appliance. Failure to do so may lead to prosecution.
Ventilation for this appliance must be fitted in accordance with the rules in force and checked regularly for obstructions.
If the appliance is installed in GREAT BRITAIN, additional ventilation is NOT normally required.
2
If the appliance is installed in IRELAND, a minimal cross sectional area of 100cm is required.
Any permanent flue restriction must be removed and any variable dampers locked fully open or removed. If the flue has been used
previously for solid fuel, it MUST be swept PRIOR to installation.
Care must be taken on the selection of wall coverings within close proximity of the appliance as some vinyl and embossed materials
may become discoloured by convected heat. Soft furnishings must be kept clear from the radiant heat of the appliance and from
impinging the hearth area. Combustible materials must not be put on or left in the hearth area nor should the coal bed be used to burn
rubbish or other materials.
This appliance uses fuel effect components, gaskets and insulation material containing Refractory Ceramic Fibre, (RCF), which are
man-made vitreous silicate fibres. Excessive exposure to such material may cause temporary irritation to the eyes, skin and
respiratory tract. Consequently, it makes sense to take care when handling these articles to ensure that the release of dust is kept to a
minimum.
This appliance is fitted with an ODS, a spillage monitoring system which operates if the evacuation of products is interrupted (i.e.
blocked or incorrect flueing). It the appliance repeatedly `goes out’ it may indicate a problem and the installer or specialist should be
consulted before further use.
The minimum temperature rating of any back panel or hearth must have a minimum fire resistance rating of CLASS 0 (100oC).
Materials used in the manufacture of this appliance DO NOT contain asbestos.
When fitting or servicing this appliance, care must be taken when handling sheet metal parts to avoid any possibility of personal injury.
If any home improvements i.e. double glazing are carried out after this appliance has been installed, you should contact your Corgi
Registered Installer and have the operation of the flue checked.
2.2
STATUTORY REQUIREMENTS
A CORGI REGISTERED INSTALLER must carry out the installation of this appliance in accordance with the current issue and relevant
requirements of :This installation booklet.
The gas safety (installation and use) regulations.
The building regulations.
The building standards (Scotland) regulations.
The health and safety at work act.
The control of substances hazardous to health.
Any applicable local regulations.
Detailed recommendations are contained in the current issue of the following British Standards and Codes of Practice :BS 5440 Part 1
BS 5440 Part 2
BS 6461 Part 1
BS 5871 Part 3
BS 6891
BS 8303
BS 1251
Specifications for installation of flues.
Specification for installation of ventilation for gas appliances.
Codes of practice for masonry chimneys and flue pipes.
Decorative fuel effect gas appliances of heat input not exceeding 15kW (2nd & 3rd family gases).
nd
Specification for installation of low pressure gas pipe work of up to 28mm (R1) in domestic premises (2 family gases).
Installation of domestic heating and cooking appliances burning solid mineral fuels.
Specification for open-fireplace components.
This installation booklet must not be taken as overriding statutory requirements.
2.3
TECHNICAL DATA
Page 6
Slimline Standard Mk2
Fig. 7
minimum
height of
opening is
555mm
600mm
Forward projection is
50mm w/out front/fret
85mm with front/fret
505mm
Fig. 8
Minimum
width of
opening is
410mm
Depth is
130mm w/out cable fixing
160mm with cable fixing
SPECIFICATIONS
2.4
Injector
044/341/196/120M
Gas Control
MP 21301A
Main Burner
Aeromatic AC03/211657
Thermocouple
T100/927-400
Ignition
Single spark electrode direct to main burner
Gas Connection
8mm OD (restrictor elbow)
Gas Type
G31 PROPANE GAS
Maximum Heat Input
5.5kW (18,766btu/hr) Gross
Minimum Heat Input
3.6kW (12,283btu/hr)
Supply Setting Pressure
37mbar +/- 1mbar (Cold)
Flue Types
Class 1, Class 2 & Pre-Cast
INSTALLING THE APPLIANCE (Ventilation)
Ventilation required for this appliance must be fitted with the rules in force and checked regularly for obstructions :If the appliance is installed in GREAT BRITAIN, additional ventilation is NOT normally required.
2
If the appliance is installed in IRELAND, a minimal cross sectional area of 100cm is required.
Page 7
2.4.1
INSTALLING THE APPLIANCE (Flue)
Any permanent flue restriction must be removed and any variable dampers locked fully open or removed. If the flue has been used
previously for solid fuel, it must be swept PRIOR to installation. This appliance is suitable for installation into CLASS 1, Class 2 and PRECAST flues.
505mm
410/460mm
Class 1
A conventional brick or stone chimney with a minimum effective cross
sectional dimension of 225mm x 225mm.
A lined flue with a minimum diameter of 175mm having a chair brick and
throat lintel conforming to the current issue of BS 1251. (Fig. 9).
If a chair brick is fitted, the minimum distance from the knee to the front face
of the surround is 150mm.
555/590mm
Fig. 9
600mm
If no chair brick is fitted, the minimum distance required between the rear of
the opening and the front face of the surround is 210mm
NOTE : A restrictor plate is supplied with the IFU kit. This restrictor plate
MUST ONLY BE USED ON THIS FLUE TYPE !.
Hatched area must be non-combustible and
flat to ensure a seal around the appliance.
500mm
Class 2
555mm
Fig. 10
A twin walled metal flue box manufactured to the current
issue of BS 715 with a twin walled 125mm diameter flue
and a minimum effective height of 3 meters. (Fig 10).
Care must be taken to
ensure that the flue
spigot from the
appliance does not
impede the flue outlet
from the metal box
NOTE : The restrictor plate supplied in the IFU kit MUST
NOT BE USED ON THIS FLUE TYPE !
The area beneath the metal flue box
must be a non-combustible material
25mm thick.
410mm
600mm
Hatched area must be noncombustible and flat to ensure a
seal around the appliance.
500mm
Surround thickness
when flue outlet
depth is maintained
410mm
Pre-Cast
A pre-cast flue conforming to the current issue of BS
1289 and BS 1289 Part 1 including properly constructed
2
pre-cast flues with a cross sectional area of 13000mm .
(Fig. 11).
NOTE : The restrictor plate supplied in the IFU kit MUST
NOT BE USED ON THIS FLUE TYPE !
Care must be
taken to ensure
that the flue
spigot from the
appliance does
not impede the
flue outlet from
the metal box
Fig. 11
555/590
mm
600mm
Hatched area must be non-combustible
and flat to ensure a seal around the
appliance.
2.4.2
INSTALLING THE APPLIANCE (Clearance to sides and shelves)
Page 8
Slimline Standard Mk2
The minimum clearance to any combustible material to the side of the appliance must be 150mm (Fig. 12).
The minimal clearance to the underside of a 150mm depth combustible shelf from the hearth must be 790mm. Add 12.5mm to this
clearance for every 25mm increased depth of shelf. (Fig. 12). A `SHELF CHART’ is provided to aid in calculating clearances to shelves.
(Fig. 13).
Add 12.5mm to clearance for every
25mm increased depth of shelf
Fig. 12
790mm
150mm
SHELF CHART
852.5
840
827.5
815
802.5
Shelf Height 790
Fig. 13
Shelf Depth 150
175
200
225
275
250
All dimensions are in MM
2.4.3
INSTALLING THE APPLIANCE (Hearth clearances)
A non-combustible hearth with a minimum thickness of 12.5mm and having a perimeter of 50mm above floor level is required to discourage
placing carpets or combustible materials close to the hearth. The width must be a minimum of 150mm either side of the fireplace opening
and a depth of 300mm from the front face of the fire opening. (Fig. 14).
Fig. 14
FIRE
OPENING
150mm
300mm
HEARTH AREA
Minimum hearth height - 50mm
Minimum hearth width - 805mm
Minimum hearth thickness - 12.5mm
2.4.4
INSTALLING THE APPLIANCE (Fitting the appliance in position)
Page 9
Slimline Standard Mk2
BEFORE COMMENCING WORK, TURN OFF ALL APPLIANCES THAT ARE FED BY THE METER.
ISOLATE THE GAS SUPPLY BY TURNING OFF AT THE METER.
It will be necessary to dismantle the burner unit from the firebox before installation into the opening. Remove the two fixing screws on the
left and right hand side of the burner. Lift and pull forward. (Fig. 15).
Fig. 15
Fixing Screw
Fixing Screw
2.4.4.1 INSTALLING THE APPLIANCE (Restrictor plate)
A restrictor plate is supplied with the IFU kit. This restrictor is for use when installing the appliance into a CLASS 1 FLUE ONLY !. The
restrictor plate MUST NOT BE USED ON CLASS 2 AND PRE-CAST FLUES. The restrictor plate is fixed to the flue outlet using the two
screws provided in the IFU kit. (Fig. 16).
Restrictor plate – FOR USE ON
CLASS 1 FLUE ONLY !
Fix to the rear of the appliance using
the two screws provided in the IFU kit.
Fig. 16
2.4.4.2 INSTALLING THE APPLIANCE (Fitting the firebox in the opening)
Page 10
Slimline Standard MK 2
There are two options to fit the firebox into the opening :-
Fixing hole
OPTION 1
Fixing hole
WALL FIXING
Fig. 17
Offer the firebox into the opening. Mark the holes
provided, (indicated by the four arrows in Fig. 17), drill,
plug and screw the firebox to the back panel, ensuring a
good seal is made between the firebox and back panel.
Fixing hole
OPTION 2
Fixing hole
WIRE CABLE FIXING
This method is for when it is undesirable to deface or
risk damage to the back panel. (Fig. 18).
Fig. 18
Flue outlet
160mm apart
Screw eye
Cable fixing holes
Max Height
300mm
Min Height
150mm
Adjusting screw
Four `screw eyes’ are fixed to the
rear of the opening with wall plugs.
Min height from base of opening–
150mm
Max height from base of opening–
300mm
Retaining Bush
`Screw eyes’ to be 160mm apart
Fix four `screw eyes’ to the rear of the opening. (note the minimum and maximum height restrictions in the diagram above). Thread the
wire cable downwards through the two holes located on the lip of the flue outlet. Thread through the top two `screw eyes’ and then through
the bottom two `screw eyes’. Finally thread through the two holes located at the rear of the firebox.
Pull the wire cable and carefully push the firebox into a central position in the opening. Thread each end of the wire cable through the
adjusting screw and then through the retaining bush. Adjust the cable and tighten the retaining bush to ensure that a good seal is made
between the firebox and back panel.
Page 11
2.4.4.3 INSTALLING THE APPLIANCE (Connecting the gas supply)
Slimline Standard Mk2
A restrictor elbow complete with pressure test point is fitted to the appliance to facilitate servicing. The gas supply to the appliance may be
from the left or right hand side or even a concealed fitting from the rear using the pre-formed pipe supplied in the IFU kit. Two holes are
provided at the rear of the firebox to help facilitate a concealed connection. Two grommets (one blind, one open) are also provided in the
ifu kit for use with the concealed connection. The preferred method of connection should be from the rear left.
It is important to note the requirements of the current issue of BS 6891, dealing with enclosed pipes. This standard requires that when a
gas pipe is fed through a wall, it should be enclosed in a gas tight sleeve to protect against failure caused by movement and shall be
constructed to prevent passage of gas either between the pipe and sleeve or sleeve and wall.
2.4.4.4 INSTALLING THE APPLIANCE (Checking the appliance setting pressure)
The pressure test point enables verification of the inlet
pressure at the appliance under operating conditions and
can also be used to check the gas soundness of the
connections to the appliance gas controls. (Fig. 19).
Fig. 19
Restrictor elbow c/w PTP
(Pressure Test Point)
Control knob
Piezo ignitor
Rating label
2.4.4.5 INSTALLING THE APPLIANCE (Checking the correct operation)
1.
Remove the fret (Fig. 20), to gain access to the controls (Fig. 21).
Fig. 21
Fret
Fig. 20
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Piezo Button
Gas Control
Press and turn the gas control anti-clockwise to the `IGN’ position. Keep the control fully depressed.
Press and release the piezo button until the main burner behind the simulated fron coal has lit.
Once lit, keep the gas control depressed for a further 20 seconds.
Release the gas control and check that the main burner has remained alight.
Press and turn the gas control anti-clockwise to the required setting. Replace the fret.
To turn the appliance off, depress and turn the gas control to the `OFF’ position.
In the event of the piezo button failing, the appliance may be lit by placing a lighted taper or match at the main burner while
depressing the gas control in the `IGN’ position.
IMPORTANT
After turning off or if the appliance goes out for any reason, wait three minutes before attempting to relight.
2.5
LAYING THE COAL BED
Page 12
Slimline Standard Mk2
Fig. 22
The coal support shelf is positioned on the fibre
support metalwork. There are two metal `stops’ that
prevent the coal support shelf from sitting on the main
burner outlet. (Fig. 22).
Metal `stops’
Fig. 23
The simulated front coal is positioned on the shelf directly
in front of the coal support shelf. Two metal `stops’ hold the
simulated front coal in position. (Fig 23).
Note : Large coals (grey) and small coals (black) are coloured
for illustration purposes only !
Metal `stops’
Fig. 24
Place 3 large and 2 small coals on top of the simulated
front coal (one in each groove !). Allow the coals to rest on
the coal support shelf. Place 3 large coals on the upper tier
of the coal support shelf. (Fig. 24).
Fig. 25
Place 4 small coals between the 5 coals located on top of
the simulated front coal. Allow the coals to rest on the 3
large coals located on the top tier of the coal support shelf.
Place 2 small coals between the 3 large coals located on
the top tier of the coal support shelf. (Fig. 25).
To obtain the best visual appearance, it may be necessary to `slightly’ adjust the position of the coals.
If any of the coals or coal bed become damaged or lost, replacements MUST be obtained before futher use.
ADDITIONAL COAL MUST NOT BE USED
2.6
CLEARANCE OF PRODUCTS
Page 13
Slimline Standard Mk2
Relight the appliance and allow to run for five minutes with
the gas control in the `HIGH’ position. Check for
satisfactory clearance of combustion products by inserting
a lighted smoke match into the opening 20mm down from
the edge of the canopy, 80mm from either side and 45mm
back from the front edge. (Fig. 26).
The majority of smoke must be drawn up into the flue. If
this does not occur, allow a further 10 minutes and repeat
the test. Should spillage still occur, examine the chimney
for fault and rectify.
20mm down
from this point
Fig. 26
80mm from
either side
45mm
back from
the front
face
The test should be repeated if an extractor fan or fan
powered flue appliance is fitted to the room. If there is a
connected room with an extractor fan, the test should be
repeated with all the connecting doors to that room
opened.
2.7
AND FRETS (REQUIREMENTS FOR VENTILATION FRONT)
Minimum ventilated area of front must be 60cm
2
The front and fret illustrated (Fig. 27), is the
recommended CROSSLEE front and fret. If an
alternative front and fret is to be used on the appliance, it
is very important to maintain the equivalent ventilation.
Fig. 27
Minimum ventilated area of fret must be 50cm
2.8
2
ADVISING THE CUSTOMER
advise the customer on the following points :
The lighting and extinguishing procedures that are described in section 1.3.
They should read the `Instructions For Use’ section at the beginning of this booklet.
The appliance should be serviced at regular intervals and checked for spillage in accordance with the method described in section 2.6.
The curing effect of heating the coals will cause an initial odour. This is not harmful although additional ventilation (i.e. an opened window)
may be required until the odour has disappeared.
If the appliance is turned off or shuts off automatically, wait for at least three minutes before attempting to relight.
Page 14
Section 3 – Maintenance & Servicing
3.1
REMOVAL OF DEBRIS OR SOOT
Slimline Standard Mk2
Allow the appliance to cool for two to three hours before removing all of the fibre components for cleaning purposes. Once all the fibre is
removed, check that no debris is located in the burner holes of the appliance. If any debris is located, carefully remove any foreign matter
from the burner holes.
Any soot deposits or debris left on the fibre components may be removed by using a soft brush. Brush with the component held away from
your face so that you avoid inhaling the dust. CROSSLEE plc DO NOT recommend the use of a normal vacuum cleaner, which may blow
dust back into the room.
To ensure that the release of fibres from these RCF articles is kept to a minimum, during installation and servicing, CROSSLEE
recommend that a HEPA filtered vacuum is used to remove any dust and soot accumulated in and around the appliance before and after
working. When replacing these articles, CROSSLEE recommend that they are NOT broken up, but are sealed in heavy duty polythene
bags and clearly labelled as RCF WASTE. This is not classified as hazardous waste and may be disposed of at a tipping site licensed for
the disposal of industrial waste. Protective clothing is not required when handling these articles although CROSSLEE recommend you
follow the normal hygiene rules of not smoking, eating or drinking in the work area and to always wash your hands before doing so.
3.2
SERVICING COMPONENTS BELOW THE BURNER
To gain access to the components below the burner, remove the fibre components and the burner unit from the firebox.
CLEANING OR REPLACING THE INJECTOR (Fig. 28).
Unscrew the compression nuts from the gas control to the injector.
Remove the formed pipe.
Unscrew the injector from the burner.
Replace in reverse order.
Fig. 28
REPLACING THE GAS CONTROL (Fig. 29).
Disconnect the two formed pipes from the gas control.
Disconnect the thermocouple from the gas control.
Remove the control knob.
Undo the retaining nut on the facia panel.
Replace in reverse order.
REPLACING THE PIEZO IGNITOR (Fig.30).
Fig. 29
Fig. 30
Disconnect the HT lead from the piezo ignitor.
Retain the metal fixing nut with one finger and rotate piezo ignitor.
Replace in reverse order.
REPLACING THE MAIN BURNER & THERMOCOUPLE (Fig.32).
(Atmospheric sensing device)
Unscrew the two fastening nuts and washers from the rear of the burner unit.
Remove the stainless steel baffle.
Disconnect the formed pipe connecting the gas control and injector.
Unscrew the injector from the main burner
Unscrew the two fastening nuts and washers from the front of the burner unit.
Remove the main burner.
Unscrew the locknut, retaining the thermocouple.
Remove the thermocouple.
Replace in reverse order.
Fig. 31
Page 15
SLIMLINE STANDARD Mk2 (32-187-42B)
15
13
9
4
1
12
10
3
5
14
2
6
11
8
Fig. 26
7
3.3
SPARE PARTS
BRITISH GAS
PART DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Aeromatic Burner (Propane Gas) (Manuf No AC03/211657)
Piezo Ignitor c/w Steel Nut (Manuf No 66142/100)
120M Straight Injector (Manuf No 044-341-196-120M)
Ignition Lead (250mm)
Inlet Bundy – Aeromatic
Gas Valve (Aero Burner) (Manuf. No MP21301A)
Control Knob
Fascia Panel
Front Coal Shelf A-B
Restrictor Elbow c/w Pressure Test Point
Bundy Pipe Aero Burner
Heat Shield Aeromatic
Stainless Steel Baffle
Thermocouple c/w Nut (manuf No T100/927-400)
Electrode - Aeromatic
Magnet (manufacturers part no N30H)
Coal Bed (see section 1.4)
Front Simulated Coal (see section 1.4)
Set of Ceramic Coals (see section 1.4) (6 Large & 8 small)
CROSSLEE PART No
0102 078 02471
40245
0102 078 02461
40244
0102 078 02391
0102 078 02451
40232
0102 075 32491
0102 075 32451
0102 078 00041
0102 078 02331
0102 075 32541
0102 075 32471
0102 078 02351
0102 078 02421
42561
0102 078 02411
0102 078 02401
0102 078 02491
QUANTITY
COUNCIL NUMBER
E86-786
397-686
E86-788
397-685
E86-789
E86-791
170-014
E86-792
E86-793
E61-962
E86-794
E86-795
E86-796
E86-797
E86-798
E01-395
E89-239
E89-240
E89-255
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
Page 16
3.3.1
DECORATIVE SPARES
Slimline Standard Mk2
PART DESCRIPTION
CROSSLEE PART No.
Brass trim
Brass front & fret (Blenheim)
Brass front & fret (Mach II)
Brass front & fret (Minora)
Blue trim
Blue front & fret (Blenheim)
Green trim
Green front & fret (Blenheim)
Red trim
Red front & fret (Blenheim)
Gold trim
Gold front & fret (Blenheim)
Beige trim
Beige front & fret (Blenheim)
Burgundy trim
Burgundy front & fret (Blenheim)
Black trim
Black front & fret (Blenheim)
Black front & fret {Mach II (LFE)}
Black & brass trim
Black & brass front & fret (Blenheim)
Black & brass front & fret (Mach II)
Chrome trim
Black & chrome front & fret (Blenheim)
Black & chrome front & fret (Athena)
Brown & brass trim
Brown & brass front & fret (Minora)
Magnet (manufacturers part no. N30H)
Black plain fibre fireback
Black brick fibre fireback
Sand brick fibre fireback
Red brick fibre fireback
Sandstone fibre fireback
Limestone fibre fireback
3.4
0102 089 50671
0102 078 02241
0102 078 02291
0102 078 00701
0102 089 50641
0102 078 00631
0102 089 50651
0102 078 00641
0102 089 50631
0102 078 00621
0102 089 50661
0102 078 00651
0102 089 50681
0102 078 00661
0102 089 50691
0102 078 00671
0102 089 50581
0102 078 00601
0102 078 02261
0102 089 50591
0102 078 00611
0102 078 00711
0102 089 50601
0102 078 02251
0102 078 00681
0102 089 50621
0102 078 00691
42561
0102 078 00841
0102 078 00851
0102 078 00861
0102 078 00871
0102 078 00881
0102 078 00891
BRITISH GAS
COUNCIL NUMBER
E61-980
E61-981
E62-472
E62-473
E61-982
E61-984
E62-008
E62-010
E62-474
E62-476
E62-506
E62-508
E62-108
E62-509
E62-110
E62-511
E62-109
E62-513
E62-514
E62-515
E62-516
E62-517
E62-111
E62-637
E62-639
E62-641
E63-187
E01-395
E61-975
E61-976
E62-642
E62-643
E62-644
E62-645
QUANTITY
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
USEFUL TELEPHONE NUMBERS
In the event that you may require service, spares or technical information, please contact us at: CROSSLEE plc
Lightcliffe Factory
Hipperholme
West Yorkshire
HX3 8DE
Spares
Service
Service (Service Force)
*
Technical Help Line
Telephone
Fax
01422 203963
01322 200660
0870 5929929
*
0906 8633268
01422 204475
01422 206304
*
Calls cost 60p/min
Page 17
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertising