SILENCE FEELING SENSE WHISPER SPECTRA NOVA CADRA

SILENCE FEELING SENSE WHISPER SPECTRA NOVA CADRA
PURE (BF80S)
SILENCE
FEELING
SENSE
WHISPER
SPECTRA NOVA
CADRA NOVA
MISTY
Room-sealed built-in gas-fireplace with “Log Burner Technology”
40010556-0634
Installation guide and user manual
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1 Index:
0B
1
2
3
4
3.1
4.1
4.2
4.3
5
Index: ...................................................................................... 3
Introduction .............................................................................. 5
Safety and general information ...................................................... 6
General safety ...................................................................6
Installation requirements.............................................................. 8
Builders opening and surround ................................................8
Flue requirements............................................................ 10
Tables for determining the right flue restrictor.......................... 12
4.3.1
4.3.2
5.1
5.2
Terminal position ............................................................................ 15
Using an existing chimney as air inlet .................................................... 17
Instructions for installation .......................................................... 18
Gas Connection ............................................................... 18
Preparing the appliances ................................................... 18
5.2.3
5.2.4
5.2.5
5.2.6
5.2.7
Preparing the Sense .........................................................................
Preparing the Widescreen and Whisper ..................................................
Preparing the Pure (BF80S).................................................................
Preparing the Misty..........................................................................
Preparing the Spectra Nova and Cadra Nova ............................................
6.3.1
6.3.2
Installation remote control................................................................. 32
Setting the right transmission code ....................................................... 32
5.3
5.4
Placing the appliance ....................................................... 25
Placing the log set ........................................................... 27
6
Installation of the flue ................................................................ 29
6.1
Connection with use of concentric duct material........................ 29
6.2
Connection onto an existing chimney ...................................... 29
6.3
Remote control ................................................................ 31
7
19
19
21
22
24
Commisioning (functional checks) .................................................. 33
Check pilot ignition ........................................................... 33
Functional burner check ..................................................... 33
Functional balanced flue check............................................. 34
Check reference pressure and burner pressure .......................... 34
8
Final check and handing over........................................................ 36
9
Final check and handing over........................................................ 37
9.1
Routine servicing .............................................................. 37
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
9.1.1
9.1.2
9.1.3
9.1.4
9.2
9.3
9.4
Cleaning the glass ........................................................................... 37
Cleaning the combustion chamber and burner .......................................... 38
Burner tray (dis)assembly .................................................................. 38
Gas control block ............................................................................ 39
Propane conversion ........................................................... 39
Combustion tests .............................................................. 39
List of spare parts............................................................. 40
User guide .................................................................... 45
10
Safety instructions for the user ..................................................... 47
10.1
General safety instructions .................................................. 47
11
Controlling the appliance............................................................. 49
11.1
General ......................................................................... 49
11.2
To light ......................................................................... 50
11.3
To extinguish .................................................................. 50
11.3.1
11.4
11.4.1
When the pilot extinguishes................................................................ 50
Remote control versions ..................................................... 51
Using the remote control ................................................................... 51
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13
11.4.2
11.4.3
Setting the right transmission code ....................................................... 51
Changing the batteries...................................................................... 52
Cleaning and service instructions................................................... 53
Disposal of packaging and appliance ............................................... 54
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2 Introduction
1B
Note: these instructions should be read carefully and retained for
future reference. Please leave these instructions with the user.
This guide is concerning the following types of appliances:
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•
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Widescreen interior:
Roundscreen interior:
MV100/MV200 interior:
MV150 interior:
Types Silence and Feeling
Type Misty
Type Spectra Nova and Whisper
Types and Cadra Nova
Special features:
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•
•
•
•
Realistic flame and glow effect because of the "Log burner"
technology.
Room sealed appliance, inlet and outlet are led to the outside using a
natural draught concentric pipe system (100 mm/150 mm) (no power
fan required). No additional ventilation required.
Air supply and flue-gases go to outside atmosphere through wall or
roof. A maximum horizontal extension of 6 meters is possible.
Remote Control option on all appliances.
Meets the essential requirements of the European Gas Appliance
Directive (GAD) and carries the CE mark.
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3 Safety and general information
2B
•
•
•
•
Before installation, ensure that the local distribution conditions
(identification of the type of gas and pressure) and the adjustment of
the appliance are compatible.
This gas appliance is factory set and shall not be adjusted by the
installer.
This appliance does not contain any component manufactured from
asbestos or any asbestos related products.
The pilot and flame sensing device fitted to this fire is also a safety
device. If for any reason any part of the pilot assembly is to be
replaced the entire assembly including the pilot burner,
thermocouple, electrode and injector must be exchanged complete
for a pilot assembly from the original manufacturer only.
Ventilation
This appliance is room-sealed and doesn't require purpose provided
ventilation.
3.1
General safety
13B
It is the law in the UK that all gas appliances, are installed by a
competent person in accordance with the Gas Safety (Installation and
Use) Regulations (as amended), the relevant British Standards for
Installation work, Building Regulations, Codes of Practice and the
manufacturers instructions.
The installation should also be carried out in accordance with the
following where relevant:
•
BS5871 Part1
•
Building Regulations Document J (as applicable).
BS5440 Parts 1 & 2
BS1251.
Building Regulations and Standards issued as relevant by the Department
of the Environment or the Scottish Development Department.
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In the Republic of Ireland installation should be carried out in accordance
with IS813, ICP3, IS327, Building Regulations, Codes of Practice, the
manufacturers instructions and any other rules in force.
Failure to comply with the above could leave the installer liable to
prosecution and invalidate the appliance warranty.
Safety instructions for the user: see chapter 9.
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4 Installation requirements
3B
Note:
Since the appliance is a source of heat, circulation of air occurs.
Therefore it is of importance that you do not use the appliance shortly
after a renovation of the home. Because of the natural circulation of air,
moist and volatile components from paint, building materials, carpet etc.
will be attracted. These components can settle themselves down onto
cold surfaces in the form of soot.
As on all heat producing appliances, soft furnishings such as blown vinyl
wallpaper placed too near to the appliance may become scorched or
discoloured. This should be born in mind when installing the appliance.
4.1
Builders opening and surround
14B
The appliance can be installed in the following situations:
In a non-combustible fireplace or builders opening. This could be either
an existing builders opening or a new made prefab builders opening. For
the measurements, see figure 1 and index.
Although the appliance is tested for installation without a hearth, the
appliance must not stand on combustible materials or carpets. If the
appliance is placed on a combustible floor then a fibrelux or similar
heatproof board of 12 mm thickness should be placed under it. Any under
floor vents or openings within the builders opening should be sealed off.
Do not place the lintel, surround or marble stone directly onto the
appliance. If possible, apply a lintel made of cement or something similar.
Insulate the appliance with a ceramic blanket (25 mm). See also chapter
4: Installation instructions. Preferred choice for insulation is unbound
insulation wool (at 1000 °C gives no smell).
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Builders opening (mm)
Feeling Sense
Silence
Pure
(BF80S)
Whisper
Spectra
Nova
Cadra
Nova
Misty
Builders opening (mm)
A Opening width
960
960
960
760
780
780
680
710
B Opening height
649
649
649
760
705
698
798
890
C Opening depth (min.)
385
385
385
397
430
430
430
370
Minimum height shelf
from top frame
E Depth shelf
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
Shelf dimensions
D
150
Dimensions of the appliance (mm)
F Box width
880
880
880
750
750
750
650
698
G Box depth
369
366
369
397
397
375
375
338
H Box height
636
636
636
714
714
715
815
879
I
Frame width
1064
1136
1064
795
815
794
694
740
J Frame height
678
750
678
795
720
703
803
905
K Frame thickness
47
57
20
35
16
30
30
144
255
255
255
255
257
235
235
196
111
111
111
142
140
140
140
142
17
-20
17
-7
8
0
0
?
L Position flue collar
measured from frame
M Position flue collar
measured from back
N Height underside foot to
underside frame
O Height underside foot to
builders opening
≥ N (=dimensions in the row above)
tabel 1
*point A to C have a tolerance of -0 mm and +5 mm.
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If the builders' opening is constructed out of non-combustible composition
board (Fibrelux) and you install the appliance without a mantel then:
•
•
•
•
Ventilate the space above the appliance (min. 1000 mm2 ).
Always fit the DC convection set.
The plaster of the outside has to be resistant to a high temperature.
Use therefore the plaster materials especially made for this, to
prevent discoloring (min. 100 °C temperature resistant).
Make sure the plaster dries well: 1 day for every millimetre plaster
applied, e.g. 4 mm plaster should dry for at least 4 days before the
appliance is used.
If the appliance is to be fitted against a wall with combustible cladding,
the cladding must be removed from the area covered by the surround.
The minimum height from the top surface of the fire to the underside of
any shelf made from wood or other combustible materials is as follows:
•
•
•
4.2
•
•
•
For a shelf up to 150 mm deep – Minimum height = 350 mm (fig. 1).
If the shelf depth is greater than 150 mm add 50 mm to the
upperclearance height for every 25 mm increase in shelf depth.
Side clearance = Minimum distance from the side of the fire frame to
combustible material = 150 mm.
Flue requirements
15B
The appliance is of the type C11/C31. The appliance will need to be
supplied with the approved flue pipes and terminal, it is not possible
to supply your own.
The minimum effective height of the flue system must be 0.5 or 1
meter, depending on the appliance.
Terminal locations, through the wall and roof. See fig. 3.
Flue routing;
• a horizontal extension with elbows is allowed for a maximum of 6
meters (depending on the type and situation).
• vertical max. 12 meters.
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Determine on the base of the table 2 and 3, depending on the type and
terminal position, if the desired situation is possible. To establish this you
will need to calculate:
•
•
The effective height (this is the real difference in height between the
upper side of the appliance and the terminal).
The total horizontal flue length, where:
à each elbow, which is in the horizontal area, counts for 2 meters.
à each 45°-bend, which is in the horizontal area, counts for 1 m
à elbows and bends at the transition of horizontal to vertically are
not to be counted.
à the wall mounted terminal counts for 1 meter.
Flue restrictor
If applicable, in the table is also stated the size of a flue restrictor. This
restrictor needs to be fitted in the combustion chamber when placing the
appliance (see chapter 4.2). Normally the smallest flue restrictor is fitted.
Example calculation 1:
U
Calculating horizontal extension fig. 2a:
Flue lenght C + E = 1m + 1m
2m
Elbows D = 2m
2m
Total horizontal extension
4m
Measure or calculate effective height
(Hvert)
Flue lenght A
1m
Roof mounted terinal
1m
Total effective height
2m
When calculating on basis of the
Widescreen table nr. 2: It is allowed.
Remove the flue restrictor!
When calculating on basis of the MV100
table nr. 3: Allowed but without flue
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restrictor. Remove the flue restrictor!
When calculating on basis of theMV150 table nr. 4: Allowed but without
flue restrictor. Remove the flue restrictor!
When calculating on basis of the Roundscreen table nr. 5: Allowed but
without flue restrictor. Remove the flue restrictor!
Example calculation 2
U
Calculation horizontal extension fig. 2b:
Flue lenght J + L = 0,5 + 0,5
1m
Elbows K + M = 2m + 2m
4m
Terminal
1m
Total horizontal extension
6m
Calculation effective height (Hvert)
Flue lenght H
1m
When calculating on basis of the
Widescreen table nr. 2: Combination not
allowed.
When calculating on basis of the MV100
table nr. 3: Allowed but without flue
restrictor. Remove the flue restrictor!
When calculating on basis of the MV150
table nr. 4: Combination not allowed.
When calculating on basis of the Roundscreen table nr. 5: Combination
not allowed.
4.3
Tables for determining the right flue restrictor
16B
Calculate the total horizontal- and vertical length of the flue, according
to the calculations displayed above. Determine according to tables 2, 3, 4
and 5 on the following pages the right flue restrictor size. When meeting
an X, and when the values are outside the table, the combination is not
allowed. Normally the 30 mm flue restrictor is preinstalled.
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Table 2: Widescreen (Feeling, Silence, Sense)
Vertical length in m
Horizontal length in m
0
1
1,5
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
0
X
0
0
30
45
45
50
50
60
60
65
65
65
65
1
X
0
0
30
45
45
50
50
60
60
65
65
65
X
2
X
X
0
0
30
30
45
45
50
60
60
65
X
X
3
X
X
0
0
30
30
30
30
45
50
60
X
X
X
4
X
X
X
0
0
30
30
30
45
50
X
X
X
X
5
X
X
X
0
0
0
30
30
30
X
X
X
X
X
6
X
X
X
0
0
0
0
0
X
X
X
X
X
X
The numbers in the table
represent the width in mm of the
flue restrictor
X
Combination NOT allowed
0
remove flue restrictor
Table 3: MV200 (Pure (BF80S), Spectra Nova, Whisper)
Vertical length in m
Horizontal length in m
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
0
X
30
30
45
45
50
60
60
60
65
65
65
65
1
X
0
30
45
45
50
60
60
60
65
65
65
X
2
X
0
0
30
30
45
50
60
60
60
65
X
X
3
X
0
0
0
0
45
45
50
60
60
X
X
X
4
X
0
0
0
0
30
30
50
50
X
X
X
X
5
X
0
0
0
0
0
0
45
X
X
X
X
X
6
X
0/X*
0
0
0
0
0
X
X
X
X
X
X
The numbers in the table
represent the width in mm of the
flue restrictor
X
Combination NOT allowed
0
remove flue restrictor
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Vertical length in m
Tabel 4: binnenwerk MV150 (Cadra Nova)
0
0,5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Horizontal length in m
0
1
2
3
X
X
X
X
X
0
X
X
X
30
0
0
40
30
0
0
40
40
30
0
50
40
40
30
50
50
40
40
50
50
50
40
60
50
50
40
60
60
50
50
60
60
60
50
65
60
60
X
65
65
X
X
65
X
X
X
4
X
X
0
0
0
0
30
40
40
50
X
X
X
X
5
X
X
0
0
0
0
30
30
40
X
X
X
X
X
6
X
X
0
0
0
0
0
0
X
X
X
X
X
X
The numbers in the table
represent the width in mm of the
flue restrictor
X
Combination NOT allowed
0
remove flue restrictor
Tabel 5: binnenwerk Roundscreen (Misty)
Vertical length in m
Horizontal length in m
0
0,5
1
0,5
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
0
X
X
X
40
40
40
50
50
50
60
60
60
65
65
65
1
X
0
30
30
30
40
40
50
50
50
60
60
60
65
X
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X
X
0
0
0
30
40
40
50
50
50
60
60
X
X
3
X
X
0
0
0
0
30
40
40
40
50
50
X
X
X
4
X
X
0
0
0
0
0
30
40
40
50
X
X
X
X
5
X
X
X
0
0
0
0
30
30
40
X
X
X
X
X
6
X
X
X
0
0
0
0
0
0
X
X
X
X
X
X
The numbers in the table
represent the width in mm of the
flue restrictor
X
Combination NOT allowed
0
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4.3.1 Terminal position
37B
Verify if the required terminal position meets the local installation
regulations regarding disturbance, good functioning and ventilation. (Also
see: safety requirements).
Note:
The terminal must be located so that the outlet is not obstructed. If the
flue terminal is located within 2 meters of a footway, path or where
people could come into contact with it then a suitable terminal guard
must be fitted.
Terminals located close to shared walkways, footpaths etc. could be
subject to legal constraints and this should be pointed out to the
customer before installation. If in any doubt about flue location advice
should be sought from local building control, or if appliancerelated, from
the manufacturer including wherever possible a dimensioned sketch.
Avoid locating the terminal in close proximity to plastic materials such as
gutters or other combustibles. If this is unavoidable then a suitable
deflector should be made.
Some important requirements for a good functioning are:
The wall-mounted terminal has to be at least 0,5 m off:
à Corners of the building.
à Below eaves.
à Balcony's etc. unless the duct is dragged to the front side of the
overhanging part.
The roof mounted terminal has to be at a distance of at least 0.5 meters
of the sides of the roof, excluded the ridge.
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Flue terminal
Fig. 3
Tabel 6
Dimension
Terminal position
(kW input 7.5 kW expressed in net)
Balanced flue
room sealed
Natural Draught
A
Direct below an opening, airbrick, opening
windows, etc.
300
mm
B
C
Above an opening, airbrick, opening window, etc.
Horizontally to an opening, airbrick, opening
window, etc.
300
300
mm
mm
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
Below gutters, soil pipes or drain pipes
Below eaves
Below balconies or cat port roof
From a vertical drain pipe or soil pipe
Dfrom an internal or external corner
Above ground roof or balcony level
From a surface facing the terminal
From a terminal facing a terminal
From an opening in the carport (e.g. window) into
the dwelling
500
500
600
300
600
300
600
600
1200
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
M
N
P
Q
Vertically from a terminal on the same wall
Horizontally from a terminal on the same wall
From a vertical structure on the roof
Above intersection with roof
1500
300
600
500
mm
mm
mm
mm
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Example of how terminal position is measured
Fig. 4
4.3.2 Using an existing chimney as air inlet
38B
You can connect the appliance onto an existing chimney. The existing
chimney then functions as air supply, where a flexible stainless steelliner
(to BS715) of 100 mm performs the flue function.
Requirements:
• Any existing chimney used as an air supply must only service this
appliance.
• A chimney that has previously been used for solid fuel must be swept
before use.
• The existing chimney needs to be airtight.
• The existing chimney needs to have an opening of min. 150 x 150 mm.
• The chimney needs to be intact and well looked after.
• Use the adjustable roof-mounted-terminal especially made for this,
and the chimney connection set.
• The minimum distance between two terminals should be at least 450
mm.
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5 Instructions for installation
4B
5.1
Gas Connection
17B
1)
Installation pipes should be in accordance with BS 6891. Pipe work
from the meter to the appliance must be of adequate size.
2)
The complete installation including the meter must be tested for
soundness and purged as described in the above code.
3)
A means of isolation must be provide in the supply to facilitate
servicing.
4)
The connection should be made in 8 mm copper or similar semi
flexible tube. (max 1 meter). Ensure that the gas pipe does not
interfere with the removal or replacement of the burner tray of the
controls.
5)
The gas connection is nut and olive suitable for 8 mm pipe.
5.2
Preparing the appliances
18B
Before you can install the appliance properly, it is wise to prepare the
appliance, because you still have access to all parts of the appliance.
These will be barely reacheable once the appliance is installed. In the
next paragraphs these preparations will be described for the different
models.
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5.2.3 Preparing the Sense
Pull the underside of the inner frame towards you. Push the blocking strips
up. Lift the inner frame and remove it.
39B
5.2.4 Preparing the Widescreen and Whisper
Open the ashtray door by pushing on the right side for the
Silence/Feeling and on the left side for the Whisper. Remove the
frame by loosening the screws A behind the door (see fig. 5). Lift and
pull forward when you take it away
40B
1)
Fig. 3
2)
Remove the back panel by loosening the screws B (see fig. 6).
Fig. 4
3)
Remove the glass by removing the glass clamps C (see fig. 7) for
instance with a screwdriver. Careful when removing the glass! Wear
gloves! Before placing the glass back, be sure that there are no
fingerprints on the glass, it is not possible to remove them when they
are burnt in.
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4)
Take the box with the log set out of the combustion chamber.
Fig. 5
5)
Place the right flue restrictor in the combustion chamber. To
determine the right flue restrictor, see paragraph 4.2 and 4.3.
Fig.
Attention:
y
y
If possible, first install the appliance before building up the false
chimney breast.
If possible, install the the appliance, before installing the flue. If this
is not possible, a slidable piece of pipe should be used as a
connection.
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5.2.5 Preparing the Pure (BF80S)
Remove the frame by lifting it up from its support and taking it away.
41B
1)
2)
Remove the glass by removing the glass clamps C (see fig. 7), e.g.
with a screwdriver. Careful when removing the glass! Wear gloves!
Before placing the glass back, be sure that there are no fingerprints
on the glass, it is not possible to remove them when they are burnt in.
Fig. 7
3)
Take the box with the log set out of the combustion chamber
4)
Place the right flue restrictor in the combustion chamber. To
determine the right flue restrictor, see paragraph 4.2 and 4.3.
Fig. 8
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Attention:
y If possible, first install the appliance before building up the false
chimney breast.
y If possible, install the the appliance, before installing the flue. If this
is not possible, a slidable piece of pipe should be used as connection.
y Leave a gap between the frame and wall, to ease the lifting and
removal of the frame. How this is done is described in paragraph 5.3.
5.2.6 Preparing the Misty
Remove the door frame. Lift and pull forward (see fig. 10).
42B
1)
Fig.10
2)
Remove the outher frame by removing screws B (See fig. 11) and
taking away the frame.
Fig. 11
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3)
To open the door, remove the screws C (see fig. 11). The door
opening is limited; Remove the door for more space (lift and pull
forward). Be sure that there are no fingerprints on the glass! It is not
possible to remove those prints once they are burned in the glass.
Fig.12
4)
Take the box with the log set out of the combustion chamber.
5)
Like in the previous models, place the right flue restrictor in the
combustion chamber (see fig. 13). To determine the right flue
restrictor, see paragraph 4.2 and 4.3.
Fig.13
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Attention:
y If possible, first install the appliance before building up the false
chimney breast.
y If possible, install the the appliance, before installing the flue. If this
is not possible, a slidable piece of pipe should be used as connection.
5.2.7 Preparing the Spectra Nova and Cadra Nova
To open the door, remove the screws A (see fig. 14). Open and
remove the door; lift and pull forward. Be sure that there are no
fingerprints on the glass. It is not possible to remove those prints once
they are burned in the glass.
43B
1)
A
A
2)
Fig.14
Remove the outher frame by removing screws B (See fig. 15) and
taking away the frame.
Fig.14
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3)
Take the box with the log set out of the combustion chamber.
4)
Like in the previous models, place the right flue restrictor in the
combustion chamber (see fig. 13). To determine the right flue
restrictor, see paragraph 4.2 and 4.3.
Fig.15
Attention:
• If possible, first install the appliance before building up the false
chimney breast.
• If possible, install the the appliance, before installing the flue. If this
is not possible, a slidable piece of pipe should be used as connection.
5.3
Placing the appliance
19B
Points of attention for placement:
• If possible, first locate the appliance before assembling the flue.
• If this is not possible then always use an extendible pipe before
connection onto the appliance.
1)
Position the firebox in the fireplace opening. You can adjust the
height with the 4 adjustable feet.
2)
Make the gas connection according to the instructions (also see gas
connection, chapter 5.1).
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3)
Assemble the flue system onto the firebox (see chapter 5).
4)
Check if applicable that the safety hatch seals the combustion
chamber properly. Do not fasten it at all! If you fasten it, this
explosion safety hatch won’t function properly!
Fig.16: Safety hatch
5)
If necessary, place the DC convection system (also consult the
instruction belonging to the DC construction set).
6)
If necessary, isolate the firebox with a ceramic blanket (25 mm).
Preferred choice for insulation is unbound insulation wool (at 1000 °C
gives no smell).
Fig.17
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7)
Place the log set (see placing log set, chapter 5.4).
8)
Spread, the bags of embers (imitation ashes) provide with the
appliance over the burner tray. Attention! No embers on the grid end
between the logs and the burner tray!
9)
Before placing the glass; check the glass sealing rope is in good
condition and makes an effective seal. Be sure that there are no
fingerprints on the glass. It is not possible to remove those prints once
they are burned in the glass:
• Widescreen and Whisper; Place the glass in front of the appliance
and fix it with the glass clamps. Replace the frame.
• Misty, Cadra Nova and Spectra Nova: Place the door and fix it.
Check on visual leakages around the door sealing.
10)
Misty and Widescreen: Fix the outher frame with 4 screws.
11)
Misty and Widescreen: Mount the inner frame by lifting it in its
supports. Secure the frame of the Widescreen by fastening the inner
frame with 2 screws.
12)
Pure: Adjust the position of the frame support by unscrewing two
bolts on either side on the inside of the top of the appliance (see fig.
18 and 19). Then slide the support in position and fasten the bolts
again. Do the same for the magnets mounted on either side of the
bottom of the appliance.
After installation, let the appliance burn for max. an hour.Afterwards,
check the glass for possible dirt , dust and other deposit and remove it.
5.4
Placing the log set
20B
Never place extra elements of any kind into the combustion chamber. To
guarantee good combustion, the log set may only be installed in the way
specified by Faber International. Any other arrangement can lead to soot
on logs or window. Do not use the fire with broken or missing logs.
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Fig. 20: Log set Widescreen
Fig. 21: Log set Spectra Nova/Whisper
Fig. 22: Log set Cadra Nova
Fig. 23: Log set Misty
On the bottom of the logs is an identification:
•
•
•
•
•
L location on the left side resting on the rear log.
R location on the right side resting on the rear log.
1 dimple first log left placed over the burner and resting on the
burner tray.
2 dimples placed in the middle over he burner and resting on the
burner tray.
3 dimples the right side log placed over the burner and resting on the
burner tray.
Attention!
• Make sure there are no embers between the logs and the burner tray.
• Make sure the logs are placed on the burners in the right way.
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6 Installation of the flue
5B
6.1
Connection with use of concentric duct material
21B
1)
Build the system starting from the appliance on.
2)
Make a hole of ø 153 mm for the wall or roof mounted terminal.
3)
Make sure you place the pipes in the right direction, the narrow end
towards the appliance.
4)
Make sure the pipes are fixed sufficiently, a wall clamp every 2m, so
the weight of the pipes is not resting onto the appliance.
5)
The outside of the pipe can become hot (140 degrees). Stay 50 mm
away from wall surface or sealing. Make sure to provide sufficiently
heat resistant isolation when going through the wall or roof.
6)
Because of expansion or cooling down the concentric pipes can turn
loose. It is recommended to fix the spring clip with a self tapping
screw at inaccessible places.
7)
To get the exact measure flue length you can use cut downconcentric
pipe, wall mounted terminal or roof mounted terminal. To obtain a
smoke sealed connection, the inner pipe must be 20 mm longer then
the outside pipe.
8)
The horizontal pipes need to rise away from the appliance at a rate of
3 degrees per metre.
6.2
Connection onto an existing chimney
2B
You can connect the appliance onto an existing chimney. The existing
chimney then functions as air supply, where a flexible stainless steel liner
(to BS715) of 100 mmperforms the flue function. Any existing chimney
used as an air supply must only service this appliance.
Requirements:
• 300 mm of free space above the appliance;
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•
•
•
•
The chimney only supply’s air to this appliance;
The existing chimney needs to be clean and very well swept;
The existing chimney needs to be airtight;
The existing chimney needs to have an opening of min. 150 x 150 mm.
Parts needed for this kind of installation:
• Chimney connection set part number A9225000 Fig 20 part D.
• Short roof terminal part number A9266100 Fig 19 part B
• Chimney closure plate part number A 9240000 Fig 19 part A
• Two stainless steel tubes one 100 mm - length 500 mm and one 150
mm - length 500 mm part number A 9273900 Fig 19 part E and F
1)
Place the aluminium closure plate (A)
onto the chimney. Permanently attach
and make airtight.
2)
Pull the liner (C) through the chimney.
3)
Connect the liner onto the roof terminal
and fix this with the clamp provided with
the chimney connection set.
4)
Place the roof terminal onto the closure
plate.
5)
Fixing the chimney sealing plate (D) and
place the 150 mm grommet into the hole
of the sealing plate.
6)
Fix the sealing plate air tight into the
builders opening (use the isolation rope
from the chimney connection set to
make the plate air tight).
7)
Slide pipe (E) 150mm length 500mm into
the sealing plate. Slide this pipe so that
you have enough space later on to
assemble the liner.
Fig. 24
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8)
Install the appliance.
9)
Connect the flexible stainless steel liner onto the appliance using the
100mm pipe (F) as adapter.
10)
If the distance from the flue outlet to the sealing plate is bigger then
300 mm, you have to use a concentric pipe first.
11)
Slide the outside pipe onto the appliance or concentric extension so
that you have a air tight connection.
6.3
Remote control
23B
The remote control is only meant to regulate the flames, it functions only
when the pilot burner is ignited. It is therefore not possible to ignited the
appliance with the remote control or to shut-off the pilotflame. The
radio-frequency remote control is intended for fireplaces installed in a
domestic setting in all EU countries except Austria, Denmark, Finland and
Greece.
Features:
- Manual control will always remain possible.
- The remote control is a radio frequency type and has been approved
internationally.
- The remote control generates a unique safety code every time you
activate the transmitter, its similar to those used in a car.
- The remote control is easy to install retrospectively.
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fig. 21
fig. 22
Installation remote control
6.3.1
4B
1. Connect the mains adapter to the receiver box. The adapter is set to
the correct voltage in the factory: 4.5 V.
2. Slide the receiver box into the holder.
3. Connect the wires to the gas valve (see fig. 22).
4. Check that there are batteries in the transmitter.
5. See "Replacing batteries", see chapter 10.4.4.
6. Set the on/off switch on the receiver to "on".
6.3.2 Setting the right transmission code
The receiver has to learn the code from the transmitter, which is already
done at the factory. However the code disappears if the receiver is
disconnected from the mains for a longer period.
1. Push the "mod" button on the receiver and hold it for 3 seconds.
2. The green control lamp will light up and stay on. Repeat this step if it
doesn't.
fig. 22
3. Push a button on the remote control. The control lamp on the receiver
should now go out.
4. Again push a button on the remote control. The lamp starts flashing
and will switch off eventually.
5. The receiver now recognizes the remote control. The remote control
now functions.
6. Check if you can hear a sound and the motor runs when you push a
button on the remote control.
45B
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7 Commisioning (functional checks)
6B
7.1
Check pilot ignition
24B
1. Push in and turn the control knob A from
anticlockwise to the
(small flame) setting. You will hear a tick meaning there is ignition.
Hold the knob in and wait for a few seconds while the air is purged.
2. Bring the knob back in the start position and turn the knob several
times to the
(large flame) position. Check that the pilot has lit.
3. Continue to hold in the control knob for a further ten seconds to
ensure that the pilot flame is stable.
4. Release the knob. The pilot should remain alight.
7.2
Functional burner check
25B
1. Turn knob (B) to max. clockwise.
2. Turn the knob (A) more anticlockwise to the position
(large flame).
Now it is possible to light the main burner.
3. Turn knob B anticlockwise to max. The main burner should light. Check
for gas soundness at all joints with leak detection fluid!
4. Check the ignition of the main burner on low and high setting.
5. Turn knob B clockwise till . The main burner is off.
6. Turn the knob A to . The pilot should go out.
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7.3
Functional balanced flue check
26B
1. Set the appliance on max. input.
2. Verify the flame picture, this means no flames against the window, the
flame have to come besides the logs, if not check the log layout.
3. Check if the flames are yellow after 10 minutes of operation. If you
still have a blue flame or the appliance goes out, check:
- If the flue pipes are fitted correctly (no leakage);
- If the wall mounted terminal is placed with the correct side up;
- If the maximum allowable length of the flue pipe was exeeded;
- If the appliance has the right set up. Check the ;
- If the correct flue restrictor is installed.
A. Governor
B. Adjusting screw pilot
flame
C. Inlet pressure test point
D. Burner pressure test
point
7.4
Check reference pressure and burner pressure
27B
The appliance is preset to give the correct heat input. No further
adjustment is necessary. Fit a pressure gauge at the burner pressure test
point D to check the burner pressure. The pressure should be checked
with the appliance alight and at max.input.The setting pressure should be
as shown at the technical data. After checking the pressure, turn off the
appliance. Remove the pressure gauge and close the sealing screw. Relight the appliance. Turn to max. input and test around the test point D
for gas soundness using a suitable leak detection fluid.
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Measuring the reference pressure:
1. Turn off the gas valve on the appliance;
2. Turn the Inlet pressure test point C (see fig. 22) some and apply the
(meetslang);
3. Check if the measured pressure is the same as the prescribed pressure;
4. Perform this measuring when the appliance burns on full capacity and
when only the pilot ignition burns;
5. When the pressure is too low, check if the gas pipes are made of
material wit the right diameter;
6. When the pressure is too high (more than 5 mBar) you can’t install the
appliance and you should contact your gas company;
7. Always check the burner pressure when the functional pressure is
right.You can measure the burner pressure by using sensor D.The
pressure should match the prescribed pressure. If this is not the case,
then contactn the supplier.
Note: After checking the burner pressure, the Inlet pressure test point has
to be shut and checked for gas-tightness.
U
U
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8 Final check and handing over
7B
-
-
Instruct the customer on the full operation of the appliance.
Advise the customer how to clean the appliance including the glass.
Instruct the customer on the operation of the remote control,
including the replacement of batteries and how to set the right
transmissions code.
Hand over these instructions including the user guide to the
consumer.
Recommend that the appliance should be serviced by a competent
person at least once a year.
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9 Final check and handing over
8B
To ensure safe and efficient operation of the appliance, it is necessary to carry out routine
servicing at regular intervals. It is recommended, that the fire is inspected/serviced by a
competent person at least once a year.
Important: turn off the gas supply before commencing any servicing.
Always test for gas soundness after refitting the appliance.
U
U
The appliance and the flue connection have to be checked for gas and
smoke soundness after installation.
9.1
Routine servicing
28B
1. Clean (if necessary):
- the pilot system;
- the burner;
- the combustion chamber;
- the glass.
2. Check the log lay and replace the embers (if applicable).
3. Do the functional test as described at page 34.
4. Check the flue system and terminal on damage and soundness (visual
inspection)
9.1.1 Cleaning the glass
Depending on the intensity of use, you can get a deposit on the glass.
Normally this can be removed with an ordinary dry towel. If necessary
special ceramic glass cleaner (ceramic cook-top cleaner) can be used. To
clean the glass:
46B
1. Remove the glass as described in paragraph 4.5;
2. Clean the glass. Handle the glass with clean hands, wear gloves if
possible;
3. To fit the glass, proceed in reverse order. Make sure that:
• the log set has been installed correctly before fixing the glass.
• the glass sealing rope is in good condition and makes an effective
seal
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•
Important: be sure that there are no fingerprints on the glass. It
is not possible to remove those prints after you burn the
appliance for a while (they are burnt in).
U
U
9.1.2 Cleaning the combustion chamber and burner
1. Carefully remove the logs.
2. You can clean the combustion chamber with a vacuum cleaner.
3. Place back the logs as described in paragraph 4.6.
47B
If the burner is visibly damaged, this can affect the distribution of the
flame. If so, then replace the burner.
9.1.3 Burner tray (dis)assembly
Break the gas supply at the control valve;
Remove the glass, the log set, grid and burner tray cover;
Detach the gas connection at the 8 mm nut and olive;
Unscrew the burner assembly and take them out of the combustion
chamber.
48B
1.
2.
3.
4.
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A.
Pilot assembly
B.
Burner
C.
Fixation plate
D.
Injector
E.
Gas control
F.
Receiver
UK/IRL
9.1.4 Gas control block
Unscrew the pilot system from the support;
Unscrew and remove the pilot system from the burner plate;
Disconnect the ignition/spark cabel (bougiekabel);
Disconnect the thermocouple from the pilot system;
Disconnect the gas connection from the pilot system. Mind the
injector: it is unattached;
6. The polit system can now be removed;
7. To assemble the pilot system again, follow the steps above in reversed
order.
49B
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
A.
Governor
B.
Adjusting screw pilot
C.
Inlet pressure test point
D.
Burner pressure test
flame
point
9.2
Propane conversion
29B
For conversion from propane to natural gas, you have to order a complete
new propane burner unit. Contact your supplier and give the serial
number from the data plate when you order.
9.3
Combustion tests
30B
A BS7967 combustion analysis check should be carried out using an
analyser to BS7927 positioned in the flue outlet.
A Ratio of CO/CO2 should be less than 0.01 within 30 minutes. (100 ppm
CO per 1% CO2).
A reading of CO in the room centre should give a rise of less than 9ppm
over ambient, peak reading.
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9.4
List of spare parts
31B
Description
Whisper
Pure
(BF80S)
Feeling
Sense
Silence
Spectra
Nova
Cadra
Nova
Nr
Nr
Nr
Nr
Nr
Nr
Nr
Surround
A9271453 90847748 A92700xx A92766xx A92766xx A92741xx A92700xx
Glass
04508200 04510600 04508300 04508300 04508300 04509500 04509300
Glas below
Burner NG
Burner Propane
X
X
X
X
X
04509600 04509400
20521405 20521808 20525905 20525705 20525905 20521405 20522605
x
20521835
x
x
x
x
x
Log set
20773200 20796900 20794500 20794500 20794500 20773200 20794500
Receiver
20604000 20604000 20604000 20604000 20604000 20604000 20604000
Remote control
20603900 20603900 20603900 20603900 20603900 20603900 20603900
Adapter
20900142 20900142 20900142 20900142 20900142 20900142 20900142
Motor remote control
37003086 37003086 37003086 37003086 37003086 37003086 37003086
Spark wire
06014500 06017300 06014500 06014500 06014500 06014500 06014500
Spark electrode
Oxypilot
Pilot burner assembly
NG
Thermocouple
x
06006600
37001042
x
x
x
x
x
x
X
20900145
x
x
x
x
x
x
20900154
x
x
x
x
X
37001042 37001042 37001042 37001042 37001042
Embers
20793400 20900019 20793400 20793400 20793400 20793400 20793400
Lack spray for comb.
chamber
09000008 09000008 09000008 09000008 09000008 09000008 09000008
Set of glass clips
20900008 20900008 20900008 20900008 20900008
Touch Latch assembly 28103900 28103900 28103900
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28103900
X
X
X
x
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Silence/Feeling
Country
Category
Type
Type of gas
Heat input Hi (net)
Efficiency class
NOX class
Inlet pressure
gas rate ( 15º C en 1013 mbar)
(Bij 15º C en 1013 mbar)
Reference burner pressure
Injector size
Reduced input restrictor
Pilot assembly
Type
code
Flue system
MV size
Preinstalled flue restrictor
Gas control
Remote control
Voltage adapter
Batteries remote control
Gas connection
Dimensions: see table 1
UK/IRL
II2H3+
C11 of C31
G20
[kW] 7,5
2
4
[mbar] 20
[l/h] 740
[mbar] 17
[mm] 3x1.45 and 1x1,3
[mm] 1,8
mm
V
UK/IRL
II2H3+
C11 of C31
G30
7,2
2
4
30/37
231
540 gram
22
3 x 1,00
1,1
SIT 160
Nr 51
SIT 160
Nr 30
100-150
30
GV36-C5AOEHC68M
100-150
30
GV36-C5AODHC68M
4,5
4,5
2x LR03 1.5V Alkaline 2x LR03 1.5V Alkaline
8 mm nut and olive
8 mm nut and olive
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MV 100 Whisper / Spectra-nova / Pure
(BF80S)
Country
Category
Type
Type of gas
Heat input Hi (net)
[kW]
Efficiency class
NOX class
Working pressure
[mbar]
gas rate ( 15º C en 1013 mbar)
[l/h]
(Bij 15º C en 1013 mbar)
Setting pressure
[mbar]
Injector size
[mm]
Reduced input restrictor
[mm]
Pilot assembly
Type
code
Flue system
MV size
Preinstalled flue restrictor
mm
Gas control
Remote control
Voltage adapter
V
Batteries remote control
Gas connection
Dimensions: see table 1
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II2H3+
C11 of C31
G20
7,5
2
4
20
790
17
2x1.40 1x1,30
1,8
UK/IRL
II2H3+
C11 of C31
G30
7,5
2
4
30/37
231
540 gram
22
3 x 1,00
1,1
SIT 160
Nr 51
SIT 160
Nr 30
100-150
30
GV36-C5AOEHC68M
100-150
30
GV36-C5AODHC68M
4,5
4,5
2x LR03 1.5V Alkaline 2x LR03 1.5V Alkaline
8 mm nut and olive
8 mm nut and olive
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MV 150 Cadra Nova
Country
Category
Type
Type of gas
Heat input Hi (net)
Efficiency class
NOX class
Working pressure
gas rate ( 15º C en 1013 mbar)
(Bij 15º C en 1013 mbar)
Setting pressure
Injector size
Reduced input restrictor
Pilot assembly
Type
code
Flue system
MV size
Preinstalled flue restrictor
Gas control
Remote control
Voltage adapter
Batteries remote control
Gas connection
Dimensions: see table 1
UK/IRL
II2H3+
C11 of C31
G20
[kW] 7,5
2
4
[mbar] 20
[l/h] 800
[mbar] 13
[mm] 3x1.50
[mm] 1,8
mm
V
UK/IRL
II2H3+
C11 of C31
G30
7,5
2
4
30/37
231
540 gram
25
3 x 0,90
1,1
SIT 160
Nr 51
SIT 160
Nr 30
100-150
30
GV36-C5AOEHC68M
100-150
30
GV36-C5AODHC68M
4,5
2x LR03 1.5V Alkaline
8 mm nut and olive
4,5
2x LR03 1.5V Alkaline
8 mm nut and olive
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Roundscreen Misty
Country
Category
Type
Type of gas
Heat input Hi (net)
Efficiency class
NOX class
Working pressure
gas rate ( 15º C en 1013 mbar)
(Bij 15º C en 1013 mbar)
Setting pressure
Injector size
Reduced input restrictor
Pilot assembly
Type
code
Flue system
MV size
Preinstalled flue restrictor
Gas control
Remote control
Voltage adapter
Batteries remote control
Gas connection
Dimensions: see table 1
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II2H3+
C11 of C31
G20
[kW] 8,5
2
4
[mbar] 20
[l/h] 900
[mbar] 16
[mm] 3x1.50
[mm] 1,8
mm
V
UK/IRL
II2H3+
C11 of C31
G30
8,5
2
4
30/37
231
540 gram
25
3 x 0,95
1,1
SIT 160
Nr 51
SIT 160
Nr 30
100-150
30
GV36-C5AOEHC68M
100-150
30
GV36-C5AODHC68M
4,5
2x LR03 1.5V Alkaline
8 mm nut and olive
4,5
2x LR03 1.5V Alkaline
8 mm nut and olive
UK/IRL
User guide
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10 Safety instructions for the user
9B
10.1 General safety instructions
32B
•
These instructions should be read carefully and retained for future
reference.
•
Do not place flamable materials in the combustion chamber.
•
If a gas leak is found or suspected, turn off the gas supply at the
meter and contact your installer or gas emergency service.
•
Do not use the fire with a broken or damaged glass.
•
The fire has a safety device which turns off the gas supply if there is a
build up from flue gasses in the combustion room or a temporary gas
cut-off. Wait at least 5 minutes before turning the appliance on again.
•
Contact a qualified installer when the appliance goes off regularly.
•
The appliance has been designed for heating purposes. This means
that all surfaces, including the glass, can become very warm (over 100
°C). An exception to this is the lower side of the door and the control
buttons.
•
Due to the newness of materials, they may give off a slight smell for a
period after initial lighting. This is normal, odours will disperse after a
few hours use.
•
Do not place curtains, clothing, laundry, furniture or other flammable
materials nearby the appliance. The required minimum distance is
100 cm.
•
Switch off the receiver of the remote control if you don’t use the fire
for a long time. Do not let children use the remote control without
supervision.
•
Children should only use the remote control under supervision.
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IMPORTANT
A suitable Fireguard conforming to BS6539 and BS6778 should be used
with this appliance to protect children, the elderly or infirm. Care should
also be taken with pets.
In your own interest and that of safety, all gas appliances must be
installed by competent persons. Installation must be in accordance with
National Regulations. CORGI registered installers are required to work to
recognised standards.
Note:
Since the appliance is a source of heat, circulation of air occurs.
Therefore it is of importance that you do not use the appliance shortly
after a renovation of the home. Because of the natural circulation of air,
moist and volatile components from paint, building materials, carpet etc.
will be attracted. These components can settle themselves down onto
cold surfaces in the form of soot. As on all heat producing appliances, soft
furnishings such as blown vinyl wallpaper placed too near to the appliance
may become scorched or discoloured. This should be born in mind when
installing the appliance.
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11 Controlling the appliance
10B
11.1 General
3B
If the main burner or pilot light are extinguished for any reason, do not
attempt to relight the pilot within 5 minutes. Contact a qualified
installer when the appliance goes off regularly.
With control button A you can light the pilot. With the control button B
you can adjust the height of the flames (see figure). All Natural Fire
models feature a remote control which controls the height of the flames.
B
fig. 25 Gas control box
A
Knob A
The is the OFF position preventing any gas from passing through the
control valve. By pressing the knob in it is possible to turn it anti-clockwise. The first function is to turn on the gas to the pilot- this occurs just
before reaching the position (if the fire has not been lit for some time it
may be necessary to hold the knob in this position for some seconds to
clear the air from the pipe and allow gas to reach the pilot burner). Once
gas is available at the pilot, continued rotation anti-clockwise will cause
the piezo igniter to spark. This is accompanied by a click at the valve and
should result in the pilot burner igniting. Once the pilot is lit, the control
knob should be held pressed in for 10 seconds. In this time the pilot flame
will have heated the flame supervision thermocouple sufficiently to
operate a hold-on magnet within the valve. Now turn the control knob A
to the position. This allows gas to enter control knob B.
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Knob B
The is the OFF position preventing gas entering the main burner if the
pilot is lit. The knob should be turned slowly anticlockwise. This allows
gas to enter the burner and be ignited by the pilot flame. Once ignition
has taken place, the fire may be set to any level between min. and max.
by adjusting the control knob B.
11.2 To light
34B
1. Push in and turn the control knob (A) from
anticlockwise to the
setting (small flame). You will hear a ignition click. Check that the
pilot is lit (if not, repeat).
2. Continue to hold in the control knob for a further ten seconds to
ensure that the pilot flame is stable.
3. Release the knob. The pilot should remain alight.
4. Turn the control knob A to the position.
5. Turn knob B slowly anticlockwise, the fire should then ignite.
6. Adjust flames to the required level.
11.3 To extinguish
35B
1. For the main burner turn the control knob B clockwise to position .
position.
2. To disable knob B turn knob A to the
3. To extinguish the pilot turn control knob A to position , although it
is in order to leave the pilot permanently lit.
11.3.1 When the pilot extinguishes
Warning! When the pilot extinguishes you should wait at least 5 minutes
before trying to turn it on again. Possible causes can be:
- Operating error.
- Interference of the safety device.
- Failure in the pilot flame system.
Contact a qualified installer when the appliance goes off regularly.
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11.4 Remote control versions
36B
The remote control is only meant to regulate the flames from ‘off’ till
‘max.’. It functions only when the pilot burner is ignited and knob A is in
(big flame) position. It is therefore not possible to ignite the pilot flame
with the remote control or to extinguish the pilot flame.
Note: The radio-frequency remote control is intended for fireplaces
installed in a domestic setting in all EU countries except Austria,
Denmark, Finland, and Greece.
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Features:
ƒ Manual control will always remain possible;
ƒ The remote control is a radio frequency type and is internationally
approved;
ƒ The remote control generates a unique safety code every time you
activate the transmitter, its similar to those used in a car;
ƒ The remote control is easy to install retrospectively.
11.4.1 Using the remote control
1. Light the appliance as described in 10.2;
2. Set the on/off switch on the receiver to "on” and control the flames:
ƒ Low flame
ƒ High flame
3. Use (high) and (low) to achieve the desired heating and flame effect;
4. You will hear a beep every time the receiver recognises a signal. (If
not, see 10.4.3, setting the right transmission code);
5. When the fire is not be used for a prolonged period, turn off the pilot
(see 10.4.2). If the appliance is not used for an extensive period of
time, it can be necessary to set the right transmission code again.
51B
11.4.2 Setting the right transmission code
The receiver has to learn the code from the transmitter. This has already
been done at the factory. However, the code disappears if the receiver is
disconnected for a longer period of time.
52B
1. Set the on/off switch on the receiver to "on";
2. Hold the "mod" button on the receiver for 3 seconds;
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3. The green control lamp will light up and stay on. Repeat this step if it
doesn't;
4. Push a button on the remote control. The control lamp on the
receiver should now go out;
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5. Again push a button on the remote control. The lamp
remote control
starts flashing and will switch off eventually;
6. The receiver now recognizes the remote control. The
remote control now functions;
7. Check if you can hear a sound and the motor runs when
you push a button on the remote control.
11.4.3 Changing the batteries
The life span of the batteries in the remote control is ±1
year, depending on the frequency of use.There is no risk of
electric shock as the low voltage supply is similar to that
used in torches. Always turn off the appliance before
changing batteries.
53B
Remote control
1. Remove the cover on the back of the remote control;
2. Carefully remove the battery clip along the side. Pay
attention not to pull the wires;
3. If necessary, remove the old batteries and place the new
ones:
ƒ 2x LR03 /AAA Alkaline long life 1.5 V.
4. Click the battery clip into the remote control and close
the cover;
5. It might be possible that you have to set the transmission
code after changing the batteries (see 10.4.3).
Note: Batteries are chemical waste and should be disposed in accordance
with local regulations.
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12 Cleaning and service instructions
1B
Important:
Turn off the fire and allow it to cool down before commencing cleaning.
It is recommended that the fire is inspected/serviced, by a competent
person at least once a year. To maintain the finish on the trim wipe with
soft damp cloth only. Do not use abrasive cleaners, polish or solvents as
these can damage the surface finish.
Cleaning the glass:
ƒ To remove the glass to clean it, follow the steps described in
paragraph 4.5;
ƒ To clean the glass, follow the steps and suggestions described in
paragrapg 8.1.1;
ƒ Be sure that there are no fingerprints on the glass. It is not possible to
remove those prints after you burn the appliance for a while (they are
burnt in).
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13 Disposal of packaging and appliance
12B
The appliance packaging is recyclable. The packaging could include the
following materials:
• Cardboard;
• CFC-free foam (soft);
• Wood;
• Plastic;
• Paper;
• Batteries.
These materials should be disposed responsibly and in conformity with
government regulations.
Batteries are considered chemical waste. The batteries should be
disposed of responsibly and in conformity with government regulations.
Remove the batteries before disposing of the remote control.
Information on how to responsibly dispose of discarded appliances can be
obtained from the local authorities.
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