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PELLET STOVE:
BRUSCHETTA
OPERATING, INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
MOD. BRU70D - BRU70M
Operating, installation and maintenance manual BRUSCHETTA BRU70D - BRU70M
Table of contents
1.
GENERAL NOTICE ...................................................................................................................................... 4
1.1
SYMBOLS ........................................................................................................................................... 4
1.2
PURPOSE AND CONTENTS OF THIS MANUAL .................................................................................. 4
1.3
INTENDED USE................................................................................................................................... 4
2.
GENERAL INFORMATION .......................................................................................................................... 4
3.
SAFETY STANDARDS.................................................................................................................................. 4
4.
WARRANTY ............................................................................................................................................... 5
5.
MANUFACTURER'S LIABILITY.................................................................................................................... 5
5.1
6.
DELIVERY AND CHECK OF THE STOVE .............................................................................................. 5
SAFETY INFORMATION ............................................................................................................................. 5
6.1
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE TECHNICIAN ................................................................................... 5
6.2
WARNINGS FOR THE USER ............................................................................................................... 5
7.
STOVE DESCRIPTION ................................................................................................................................. 6
7.1
TECHNICAL INFORMATION ............................................................................................................... 7
7.2
FUEL TYPE AND QUANTITY ............................................................................................................... 7
7.3
VISUAL MATCH OF THE STOVE ......................................................................................................... 7
8.
INSTALLATION ........................................................................................................................................... 8
8.1
INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS ....................................................................................................... 8
8.2
POSITIONING OF THE STOVE ............................................................................................................ 8
8.3
SAFELY CONNECT/OPERATE THE STOVE .......................................................................................... 9
8.4
EXTERNAL AIR INTAKE AND CONNECTION TO THE FLUE................................................................. 9
8.5
CONNECTION TO AN INSULATED OR DOUBLE-WALL FLUE ........................................................... 10
8.6
CONNECTION TO THE FLUE ............................................................................................................. 10
8.7
CONNECTION TO THE FLUE ............................................................................................................. 10
8.8
USEFUL INFORMATION ABOUT CHIMNEYS ................................................................................... 11
9.
COMMISSIONING .................................................................................................................................... 11
9.1
FUEL CHARGE .................................................................................................................................. 11
9.2
IGNITION ......................................................................................................................................... 11
10.
ROUTINE MAINTENANCE .................................................................................................................... 13
11.
CONTROL PANEL ( Mod. BRU70M) ..................................................................................................... 13
11.1
SWITCHING OFF .............................................................................................................................. 14
11.2
ALARM MESSAGES .......................................................................................................................... 15
12.
CONTROL PANEL ................................................................................................................................. 15
13.
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS .................................................................................................................... 18
14.
MAINTENANCE BY YOUR SERVICE RETAILER (LOCAL AUTHORIZED RETAILER) ................................ 18
15.
OPERATIONS TO BE CARRIED OUT EVERY YEAR BY YOUR SERVICE RETAILER (Local Authorized Retailer) ..... 18
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16.
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR TECHNICIANS .......................................................................................... 18
17.
WARRANTY CONDITIONS AND CLAIMS ............................................................................................. 19
18.
WARRANTY CERTIFICATE PiQuadro A+3 S.r.l. ................................................................................... 21
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1. GENERAL NOTICE
This manual is intended for owners, installers, users and maintenance personnel of the Bruschetta series stoves and is an
integral part of the product. PiQuadro A+3 heating appliances are built and tested in accordance with the safety requirements
specified by the European directives. Faulty stoves or mechanical and electrical components are covered under a two-year
warranty. During the warranty, disassembling or replacement of the stove spare parts must be carried out by your Service
Retailer. Unauthorized disassembling or replacements void the manufacturer's warranty. Any damage due to improper use of the
stove will not be covered under warranty. The present manual contains instructions for the following stove models: PELLET STOVE
BRU70M—BRU70D
1.1 SYMBOLS
The following is a report of the symbols used in the manual. They draw the reader's attention to possible dangers during
installation and use.
WARNING/DANGER: The texts marked by this symbol contain relevant safety information and imply
potentially dangerous situations or operations.
PRESENZA TENSIONE: High voltage and danger of electricity shock.
GLOVES MANDATORY: This symbol means that gloves are compulsory for the operator in order to avoid
accidents.
WARNING: Hot surfaces
1.2 PURPOSE AND CONTENTS OF THIS MANUAL
The purpose of this manual is to provide the fundamental information for a correct installation, maintenance and use of the
product. By delivering the present manual we decline any legal liability for accidents that may occur because the user has not
followed, or only partly followed, the instructions of the present manual.
1.3 INTENDED USE
BRUSCHETTA is a wood pellet stove for domestic use. Comply with the following instructions concerning the use of the stove:
Do not open the door when the stove is operating. The appliance is not intended for use by persons with limited physical,
sensory or mental capacities, or with insufficient experience or knowledge. The appliance is not intended for use by children.
Make sure children do not get close to the stove while it is operating. The above described intended use of the stove and the
relative configurations are the only ones permitted by the manufacturer: never use the stove in ways not described in the
provided instructions.
2. GENERAL INFORMATION
The identification label on the back of the stove (figure 1) contains all the relevant information to clearly and univocally identify
the manufacturer, the serial number and the EC marking. Extraordinary maintenance must be carried out by qualified personnel
authorized by the manufacturer. The manufacturer is not responsible for the consequences of improper installation, therefore
the installer is fully responsible for the above mentioned non-complaint installation, unauthorized changes and/or repairs and
use of non-original spare parts. The stove is to be used in compliance with the instructions contained in this manual and safety
standards set by the specific local legislation where the stove is installed.
3. SAFETY STANDARDS
A)Directive 2006/95/EC: "Electrical equipment designed for use within certain voltage limits; B) Directive 2004/108/EC;
"Approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to electromagnetic compatibility". C)Directive 89/391/EEC:
"Introduction of measures to encourage improvements in the safety and health of workers at work". D)Directive 89/106/EEC:
"Approximation of laws, regulations and administrative provisions of the Member States relating to construction products".
E)Directive 85/374/EEC: "Approximation of the laws, regulations and administrative provisions of the Member States concerning
liability for defective products". F)Directive 1999/5/EC: "Radio equipment and telecommunications terminal equipment and the
mutual recognition of their conformity". G) UNI 14785/2006: "Residential space heating appliances fired by wood pellets Requirements and test methods". EN 60335-1; EN 50165; EN 50366; EN 55014-1; EN 61000-3-2; EN 14785; EN 61591; EN 607043; EN 60704-2
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4. WARRANTY
Faulty stoves or mechanical and electrical components are covered under a two-year warranty. During the warranty,
disassembling or replacement of the stove spare parts must be carried out by your Service Retailer. Unauthorized disassembling
or replacements void the manufacturer's warranty. Any damage due to improper use of the stove will not be covered under
warranty.
5. MANUFACTURER'S LIABILITY
By providing this manual, PIQUADRO A+3 S.r.l, declined all liability, both civil and criminal, direct or indirect, deriving from:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Non compliant installation
Partial or total failure to follow the instructions provided in this manual
Installation by unqualified or untrained personnel
Use not in compliance with safety directives
Modifications and repairs on the stove which are not authorised by the manufacturer
Use of spare parts which are not original or not specific for the model of the stove
Lack of maintenance
Exceptional events
5.1 DELIVERY AND CHECK OF THE STOVE
When receiving the product, check that the delivered material is compliant with the ordered goods.Also make sure that both the
User Instructions and the Installation instructions are in the shipping box. Check that there are no damaged or missing parts. In
the event of damages or missing parts, please contact your area manager, your retailer or the manufacturer.
6.
SAFETY INFORMATION
6.1 RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE TECHNICIAN
-
Comply with the requirements hereafter specified:
Installation must be carried out by qualified and authorized technicians.
Laws, regulations and directives relating to chimney configuration, ventilation/exhaustion, power supply and other
systems must be respected.
The stove must be installed and used in settings that are deemed suitable in compliance with current regulations.
The manufacturer declines any responsibility for accidents due to improper installation, parts removal, bad maintenance,
failure to observe current regulations and incorrect use of the device.
The chimney must have a flue draught of at least 12 PA.
There are neither dampers nor valves.
6.2
WARNINGS FOR THE USER
-
Prepare the stove installation site in accordance with local, national and European regulations;
Do not touch or get too close to the glass door;
Do not touch the flue;
Do not perform any type of cleaning when the stove is operating;
Do not remove ash;
Do not open the glass door;
Do not open the ash pan;
Keep children away from the stove;
Comply with the requirements specified in this manual;
Labels must always be perfectly legible. If labels are illegible, contact the manufacturer for an original spare label;
Strictly follow the routine and special maintenance plan;
Do not switch the stove off by unplugging the power cord;
Do not clean the stove until it has cooled down completely;
Touch the door only when the stove has cooled down;
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7. STOVE DESCRIPTION
The pellet stove was built with materials conceived and designed especially for this purpose. The stove main parts and controls
contro
are described in figure 1 and in table 1.
TABLE. 1
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
L
A3
A5
Combustion chamber door
Combustion chamber door handle
Air louvers
Combustion chamber/fire box
Pellets outlet channel
Brazier/Crucible
Spark plug
Brazier support
Ash pan
Flame trap
Control panel (BRU70M)
Operating potentiometer
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
A2
A4
A6
Pellet tank lid
Fume exhaustion outlet
Inlet for power supply 220 volt-50
volt
Hz
Adjustable legs
Environment probe
Hot air outlet
Airflow louvers
On-off
off mode potentiometer BRU70M
Serial link (BRU70D)
Control panel (BRU70D)
Signal Led
Identification label on the back of the stove
FIGURE.1
A2
A6
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7.1 TECHNICAL INFORMATION
STOVE MODEL
Min./max. rated power
Min./max. consumption
Pellet tank capacity
Fume exhaustion outlet diameter
Voltage/Frequency
Average power consumption when in use
Min/Max fume temperature
Min./max. heat output
CO emission at 13% of min./max. O² P.
Dimensions
Kw
Kg/h
Kg
mm
V/Hz
W
C°
%
%
HxlxP
BRU70M
3-7
0.7 – 1.8
15
80
230/50
130
115 - 220
88.5 – 85.5
0.012 – 0.030
830x458x540
BRU70D
3.50 - 7
0.7 – 1.8
15
80
230/50
130
127 - 215
89.5 – 86.0
0.011 – 0.030
830x458x540
7.2 FUEL TYPE AND QUANTITY
Use fuel compliant with UNI EN 14785/2006. Pellets with the following features are recommended:
VIRGIN WOOD
6 mm
15/20 mm
< 8%
Max. 4,500 Kcal/Kg
Max. 5.3 Kw/Kg
Type of pellet:
Diameter
Average length
Moisture
Heating power
Power/Weight
7.3 VISUAL MATCH OF THE STOVE
The technician must visually and manually match the stove parts portrayed in figure 2 and in table 2 with the product description.
He/she will also check that the parts are compliant with current regulations and haven't been damaged whatsoever. For any
doubts regarding damages to the device please contact PiQuadro A+3s.r.l.
TABLE 2
a1
Brazier/Crucible
a2
a3
Combustion chamber door handle
Pellet tank lid
FIG. 2
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8. INSTALLATION
Only skilled and authorised technicians can install and connect the stove verifying that it functions properly, in compliance
with current regulations and assembling instructions. PiQuadro A+3 s.r.l. declines any responsibility for damages to objects
and/or persons caused by improper installation.
8.1 INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
Before installing the stove carefully read the following instructions. More specifically:
Connect it to the flue for fume exhaustion.
Connect it to your power supply system.
Connect it to your heating system.
Connections must be compliant with current regulations; PiQuadro A+3s.r.l. declines any responsibility for damages caused by
improper connections and systems.
8.2 POSITIONING OF THE STOVE
-
Position the stove so that the plug is easily accessible.
In order to ensure a good functioning and an even distribution of temperature, leave adequate clearance and air for the
pellets to burn, in compliance with installation instructions and national regulations.
Air will flow through the permanent inlets on the outside walls of the stove.
Position the stove far from inflammable objects such as wooden furniture, curtains and sofas.
If the stove is to be supported by a wooden floor, use a floor-protection plate in compliance with national regulations.
Make sure that the room can provide at least as much air as required by the device normal burning and by room
ventilation.
For your own safety and comfort, please make sure that the room has a suitable air scoop. (UNI10683)
Do not install the stove in bedrooms or bathrooms.
The stove cannot be installed in the same room whit another heating device if two independent air pipes are not
available.
Do not position the stove in explosive environments.
Check that the floor can support the total weight of the stove.
For a correct positing of the stove follow the instructions below:
Put the stove on the floor in a place where it can be easily connected to the flue and to the exhausting and thermal
system.
Connect the flue checking that the fume exhaustion outlet, on the back or on the right side of the stove, is positioned
correctly. (figure 3)
FIG 4
FIG. 3
MEASURES FOR REAR FUME EXHAUSTION PIPE CONNECTION (Figure 4)
215 mm x 80 mm
Diameter = 80 mm
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8.3 SAFELY CONNECT/OPERATE THE STOVE
The stove is connected to the power supply system through a cable provided by the manufacturer. The technician is responsible
for its correct and safe connection to the power system. Please check that:
•
The system supports the stove’s maximum power voltage, specified in the identification label (Figure 1) on the
back of the device.
•
The output voltage is between the values described in Table 4.
•
There is an earthed wall socket just behind the stove, compliant with current regulations.
•
The stove cable is not dragging on the floor causing potential hazards to users.
•
The cable is not folded or pressed.
•
Once the stove has been installed, make the power cable and socket easy to reach by adults.
•
Do not add extension cords to the stove power cable; in case you need extension cords immediately contact your
PiQuadro A+3 s.r.l. Service Retailer.
•
Periodically check that the cable has not been damaged.
•
Never plug the stove power cable to the power supply system by using power strips or multiple sockets.
•
Never touch the cable with damp or wet hands.
•
Keep the children away from the stove.
PiQuadro A+3 s.r.l. declines any responsibility for damages caused by the failure to meet the above mentioned
requirements.
8.4 EXTERNAL AIR INTAKE AND CONNECTION TO THE FLUE
Any connection between the stove and the flue must be protected for your children's safety. For your own safety and comfort,
please make sure that the room has a suitable air scoop (UNI10683). For the good functioning of the stove, leave adequate
clearance and air for the pellets to burn.To add an external air scoop make a hole on the external wall, close to the stove. It must
have a free section of at least 50 cm² and be protected by an internal and external grid. The air scoop must also:
•
•
Communicate directly with the room in which the stove has been installed.
Be correctly positioned, so that it cannot be blocked from the inside or the outside.
Do not connect the stove to flues that have already been used for other heating devices. Open the hole for the fume exhaustion
pipe far from inflammable materials. Before opening the hole in a wooden or thermolabile wall, the technician must use
appropriate wall fitting and adequately caulk the stove pipe crossing it, using the insulating materials required by current
regulations (Figure 14 Position 1). The same happens if the stove pipe is laid vertically or horizontally, near the thermolabile wall
(Figure 26 Position 2)
Alternatively, we suggest you use industrial insulated pipes. These can be used on the outside without causing condensation
problems.
WARNING
Always use pipes and connections with appropriate close-fitting gaskets. All the sections of a flue must be easily controlled and
removed for periodic internal cleaning.
WARNING
Each 90° bend in the fume exhaustion pipe must be fixed, if possible, with adequate "T" fittings.
WARNING
Inserting a grating at the end of the fume exhaustion pipe is forbidden.It could cause the stove to break down.
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8.5 CONNECTION TO AN INSULATED OR DOUBLE-WALL FLUE
The internal dimensions of the external flue pipe must be of minimum 10 x 10 cm, or 10 cm diameter, and of maximum 20 x 20
cm, or 20 cm diameter.
•
By using adequate tools, check that there is a flue draught of at least 12 PA.
•
Only use insulated stainless-steel pipes (double-wall) with a smooth inside lining (flexible stainless steel pipes are not
allowed) securing them to the wall.
•
Allow space for periodic checks and annual cleaning at the lower end of the flue.
•
Connect the stove to the flue by using adequate pipes and fittings.
•
Make absolutely sure to install an anti-draught chimney in compliance with current regulations.
•
It is forbidden to install flues as shown in Figure
8.6 CONNECTION TO THE FLUE
Per un buon funzionamento fare in modo che il raccordo tra stufa e canna fumaria o condotto fumario non sia inferiore al 3% di
inclinazione nei tratti orizzontali. La lunghezza complessiva non deve superare i 2 mt ed il tratto verticale da un raccordo a “T” ad
un altro (cambio di direzione) non deve essere inferiore a 1,5 mt né deve superare i 3 mt. By using adequate tools, check that
there is a flue draught of at least 12 PA. Allow space for periodic checks and annual cleaning at the lower end of the flue.
Connect the stove to the flue by using adequate pipes and fittings. Make absolutely sure to install an anti-draught chimney in
compliance with current regulations.
8.7 CONNECTION TO THE FLUE
The internal dimensions of the flue must be of maximum 20 x 20 cm, or 20 cm diameter. In case of a bigger flue or bad
functioning (cracks, poor insulation, etc.) insert a stainless steel pipe with adequate diameter, for the entire flue length, from the
bottom to the top. By using adequate tools, check that there is a flue draught of at least 12 PA. Connect the stove to the flue by
using adequate pipes and fittings. Make absolutely sure to install an anti-draught chimney in compliance with current regulations.
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8.8 USEFUL INFORMATION ABOUT CHIMNEYS
The flue must be compliant with current building regulations. The picture below shows how to connect the fume exhaustion pipe
to a pre-existing flue (Figure A1 Figure A2).
9. COMMISSIONING
The stove commissioning can only be carried out after installation and assembling. The device must then be connected to the
power supply, water and fume exhaustion system. The stove's finishing varnish dries after the stove has been used for a couple of
times. During the first few days, the device could cause unpleasant smells. Air out the room to get rid of smells. Remove the tools
stored in the pellet tank during packaging. Make sure there is nothing left inside the tank.
9.1 FUEL CHARGE
When loading the fuel, make sure the bag containing the pellets doesn't touch the stove. The fuel has to be loaded in the tank,
in the stove upper area. To load the fuel open up the fuel tank lid, wearing adequate protection gloves to avoid burning your skin
when touching the hot parts in the device. In order to avoid the fire to go out, make sure that the level of pellets inside the tank
remains constant. Make sure that the tank lid is always closed. Only open it when loading the fuel. Be careful not to accidentally
insert tools and objects, besides the fuel, inside the fuel tank.
9.2 IGNITION
Before switching the stove on, perform the following checks:
•
•
Check that the pellet tank is full.
Remove, clean and thoroughly check the vermiculite flame retardant plate, the brazier and the ash pan then reposition
them correctly.
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WARNING
Be careful: there may be burning residues.
Reposition the flame retardant plate and the ash pan;
Reposition the ash pan making sure that the bigger hole on its right side its with the ignition resistance pipe (Figure 18).
18);
Close the fire box door.
Make sure the device is connected to the power supply system.
Check that the back switch is on "I".
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10. ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
IMPORTANT:clean the brazier every time you switch the stove on (Position F) once every 2-3 days have the ash pan (Position I)
and the brazier support cleaned (Position L). We suggest you disassemble the flame trap (Position M) and the inspection plug
once a month (Position M1) cleaning up the area by using an appropriate vacuum cleaner.
PARTS/FREQUENCY
TYPE OF CLEANING
Brazier
Ash pan
1 DAY
Routine cleaning
(F)
(i)
Flame trap
(M)
Flame retardant
plate (L)
Inspection plug
Fumes
(M1)
2-3 DAYS
Routine cleaning
1 MONTH
Routine cleaning
1 YEAR
Extraordinary cleaning
*
* Warning
for ordinary
maintenance
please refer to
section
11. CONTROL PANEL ( Mod. BRU70M)
For the stove commissioning, follow the instructions in chapter 9 (Commissioning) Move the handle(2) of the control panel out of
the first “off” area. The switching on and off phase is signalled by a flashing green LED, flashing very fast (5 times per second). You
can fill the auger in if you switch the stove on for the absolute first time, or for the first time after having emptied the tank:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Move the handle from off to max twice, in no more than 2 seconds;
Once on max, the pellet loading will start;
The loading of the auger is complete when the pellets get to the brazier. The operation takes about 3 minutes. After
having loaded the pellets, select your desired temperature by moving the handle.
Set the desired temperature by moving the handle
La regolazione va da un minimo di 16°C (pos. Min) a un massimo di 28°C (pos. Max). According to the temperature you
chose and the room temperature, the panel board activates the stove power controls. When the room temperature is
lower than the set temperature, the Led will flash green according to its calculated power.
Wait for the stove to be completely switched on. Once the temperature has been reached, the Led will stop flashing and
remain stable.
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Fig. 19
Fig. 20
2
2
In its min. and/or max. position, the stove doesn't function on the basis of room temperature,
but only works at min. and/or max. power
Led status and its meaning are described in the following table (Table 8).
Table.
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STOVE DESCRIPTION LED DESCRIPTION
LED COLOUR
Green
Green
Green
Green
Green
Green
Green
Green
Orange
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
11.1
FLASHING
Slow flashing
Quick flashing
1 flash
2 flashes
3 Flashes
4 Flashes
5 Flashes
The led stops flashing
The led stops flashing
1 flash
2 flashes
3 Flashes
4 Flashes
5 Flashes
6 Flashes
MEANING
The stove is off, no alarm
The stove is being switched on or off
The stove is on at level 1 power
The stove is on at level 2 power
The stove is on at level 3 power
The stove is on at level 4 power
The stove is on at level 5 power
The stove has reached the set temperature
The stove is set at MAX or min power
fuel alarm
Fume probe alarm
Environment probe
Failed ignition
Black - out alarm
Faulty encoder alarm
SWITCHING OFF
When you wish to switch off your stove, move the handle in the control panel to off.
If you know you will not use the stove for a long time, move the back switch to "0".
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11.2 ALARM MESSAGES
A LED in the control panel will flash in case of alarm. Here is a description (Table 5) of what the control panel does, depending on
the different working stages of the stove.
ALARM MESSAGES
ALARM NAME
Alarm - broken environment probe
IS DISPLAYED IF...
If the temperature detected by the
environment probe is less than -20°C or
more than 70°C
Alarm - Faulty fume probe
If the temperature detected by the
environment probe is less than -20°C or
more than 300°C
Failed mains power source
No signal from the fume exhaustion
system.
Alarm - Black out
Encoder alarm
ACTION
If the stove is off: the stove remains off
and displays the alarm.
If the stove is being switched on or is
cooling down: the stove engages the
shut-down procedure and switches on
the alarm.
If the stove is loading fuel: The stove
engages the shot-down procedure and
switches on the alarm.
If the stove is cleaning the brazier: the
stove engages the shut-down
procedure and switches on the alarm.
If the stove is on: the stove engages
the shut-down procedure and switches
on the alarm.
12. CONTROL PANEL
Control Panel: Use and Functions
Led
Led
Fix
Blinking
L1
Stabilization phase
Ignition Start phase
L3
Stove OFF
Extinguishing phase
L4
Work phase
Modulation/Standby phase
L5
Engine Auger ON
L6
Igniter Resistance ON
L7
Chrono Program enabled
L8
Heating Fan ON
OFF
P1
P3
D1
D2
P2
D3
P4
Display
Display
Fix
Blinking
D1
Time
D2
Work Combustion Power set
Combustion power change
D3
Room Thermostat set
Room Thermostat change
Buttons
Tasto
Click [P click]
Long Pressure [P long]
P1
Display other data
Ignition/Extinguishing /Block Reset
P2
Combustion Power Setting
Manual Pellet Loading
P3
Thermostat Setting (+)
Pellet Loading Correction
P4
Thermostat Setting (-)
Combustion Fan Speed Correction
Alarms
DESCRIPTION
Display
Safety Thermostat HV1: signalled also in case of Stove OFF
Block
Er01
Safety PressureSwitch HV2: signalled with Combustion Fan ON
Block
Er02
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Extinguishing for Exhausting Temperature lowering
Block
Er03
Extinguishing for Exhausting over Temperature
Block
Er05
Pellet Thermostat open (flame return from the brazier)
Block
Er06
Encoder Error: No Encoder Signal (in case of P25=1 or 2)
Block
Er07
Encoder Error: Combustion Fan regulation failed (in case of P25=1 or 2)
Block
Er08
Failed Ignition
Block
Er12
Lack of Voltage Supply
Block
Er15
Lack of Fuel
Block
Er18
DAY and TIME not correct due to prolonged absence of power supply
Block
Anomaly in probe control during Check Up phase
The reset of the BLOCK Condition is done by the Long Pressure of the button P1
Er11
Sond
User’s Menu (1)
Ignition/Exstinguishing
The Ignition is activated with a long pushing of the button P1
The Ignition is signalled by the first blinking than fix led L1
The Work state is signalled by the fix led L4
The Modulation state is signalled by the blinking L4
The Extinguishing is activated with a long pressure of the button P1
The Extinguishing is signalled by the blinking led L3
The Extinguishing finished =OFF state is signalled by the fix led L3
P1 Long
P3
OFF
D1
D2
D3
P2
P4
Combustion Power Setting
OFF
Click button P2: the display D2 blinks
With other click of the button P2 the power is changed according to the values
Ex.: 1 – 2 – 3 – 4 – 5 – A (A= Automatic Combustion)
After 3 seconds the new value is memorised and the display shows as normal
D2
P2 Click
Work Thermostat Setting
P1
Click button P3 or P4:
the display D3 blinks
With other click of the buttons P3 / P4 the value of the thermostatis increased or decreased
After 3 seconds the new value is memorised and the display shows as normal
P3 Click
OFF
D1
D2
D3
P2
Manual Pellet Loading
The long pressure of button P2 activates the Pellet Manual Loading with activation of Auger engine in
continuous way. The bottom display shows the actual function
The up display shows the passed loading time
To stop the loading push any button
The loading stops automatically after 300 seconds
Pellet Loading Correction
The long pressure of button P2 activates the Pellet Manual Loading with activation of Auger engine in
continuous way. The bottom display shows the actual function
The up display shows the passed loading time
To stop the loading push any button
The loading stops automatically after 300 seconds
Combustion Fan Speed Correction
The activation is with a long pushing of the button P2
The bottom display shows UEnt
The Display D1 shows the blinking value
With buttons P3 / P4 the blinking value increases or decreases
The values are between the range – 7 ÷ 7.The default value is ‘0’
After 3 seconds the new value is memorised and the display shows as normal
P4 Click
P1
P3
OFF
D1
D2
D3
P4
P2 Long
P1
P3 Long
OFF
D1
D2
D3
P2 Long
P4
P1
P3 Long
OFF
D1
D2
P2 Long
D3
P4 Long
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Display
Whith click of P1.
tA= Room Temperature
tF= Exhausting Temperature
UF= Combustion Fan Speed
[RPM/Volt]]
A 03=Product Code
P1 Click L1
L3
L4
OFF
P3 Long
P1 Click L1
D1
Room
Temperature
D3
P2 Long
L5
L6
L3
L4
P3 Long
OFF
P1 Click L1
D1
Exhausting
Temperature
D3
L8 P4 Long
P2 Long
L5
L6
L8 P4 Long
L3
L4
P3 Long
OFF
P1 Click L1
D1
Combustion
Fan Speed
D3
P2 Long
L5
L6
L3
L4
OFF
P3 Long
D1
Product
Code D3
L8 P4 Long
P2 Long
L5
L6
L8 P4 Long
Radio Remote Control
The button 1 activates the Extinguishing ; the button 2 activates the Ignition
The buttons 3 / 4 decrease / increase the Power Combustion
OFF ON
Code Change:
On the Remote Control:
Open the battery box moving right the cover
1 2
Modify dip-switch’s configuration and close the box
On the Thermoregulator:
Switch OFF the power supply (230 Vac)
Switch ON the Power Supply pressing at the same time one button on the
Remote Control waiting about 5 seconds until an acoustic signal is emitted
confirming the code learned
User’s Menu (2)
Push contemporary the buttons P2 and P4 for three seconds to enter into User Menu (2)
To scroll the Menu
push the buttons P3 or P4
To enter in a submenu
push the button P2
To modify the blinking value
push the button P3 (to increase) or P4 (to decrease)
To exit
push the button P1
3 4
Chrono
It allows to programme and enable the ignitions/extinguishing
Enable
It enables the Programming set.
Push the button P2 to enter
Push the buttons P3/P4 for select
ON= enable programming set
OFF=disable programming set
To confirm, push the button P2, or push P1 to esc
Program
It allows to schedule the 3 time bands available for every day of the week
Select
Push the button P2 to enter
Use the buttons P3/P4 to visualize the time bands set:
The upper display visualizes
the TIME SET
- - - - if the BAND is
disabled
The bottom display visualizes:
DAY / BAND / ON/OFF
The long pressure of the button P1 Enables / Disables the selected time band
PROGRAM CHRONO ACROSS MIDNIGHT
Set the time ON for the previous day to the wanted value: Example 20.30
Set the time OFF for the previous day at: 23:59
Set the time ON for the next day at 00:00
Set the time OFF for the next day to the wanted value: Example 6:30
The system will turn ON on Tuesday at 20.30, and will turn OFF on Wednesday
at 6.30
BAND DISABLED
TIME SET
BAND
OFF
ON
DAY
BAND
DAY
Time and Date
It allows to set the current day and time
Radio Remote Control
It enables the Radio Remote Control
Push the button P2 to enter
Push the buttons P3/P4 for select
On= Enabled
OFF=Disabled
To confirm, push the button P2, or push P1 to esc
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13. GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING
Switch the stove off and let it cool down at room temperature before carrying out maintenance. Wait for at least
an hour after shutting down the device.
WARNING
Always use anti-heat gloves to avoid possible skin burns.
WARNING
Deactivate the back switch by moving it to "0” (Figure1) Unplug the device
WARNING
Do not unplug the device or deactivate the back switch by moving it to "0" when the stove is on. This will block all
the engines in the device and hamper the exhaustion of fumes inside the stove.
WARNING
In case of flue fire, unplug the device, do not open any compartment and immediately contact the fire
department.
14. MAINTENANCE BY YOUR SERVICE RETAILER (LOCAL AUTHORIZED RETAILER)
WARNING
Extraordinary maintenance must be performed by your Service Retailer.
WARNING
Before any type of maintenance, replacing, repairing, cleaning, etc. make sure your stove has no connection
whatsoever to energy power supplies (disconnect the power supply cable from its socket)
Wear safety devices (e.g. anti-perforation gloves) when carrying out maintenance operations. Carry out
maintenance when the stove is shut down and completely cooled off.
15. OPERATIONS TO BE CARRIED OUT EVERY YEAR BY YOUR SERVICE RETAILER (Local Authorized Retailer)
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General internal and external cleaning.
Accurate cleaning of exchanging pipes.
Carbon-removal and accurate cleaning of the brazier and the brazier compartment.
Cleaning of engines, mechanical check of clearances and fixtures.
Cleaning of fume pipes (replacement of pipe gaskets) and of the fume exhaustion compartment.
Cleaning of the pressure switch, replacement of the small silicon tube.
Probe check
Carbon-removal, cleaning and checking of the ignition resistance compartment, replacing it if necessary.
Visual match of electrical cables, connections and power supply cable.
Cleaning of pellet tank and checking of clearances and auger/geared motor.
Functional test, loading of the auger, ignition, operating the stove for 10 minutes, switching off.
Check of electrical parts and all electronic devices.
16. RECOMMENDATIONS FOR TECHNICIANS
The device must be installed by qualified and trained staff who is aware of the requirements set forth by UNI EN 14785 – 2006 and
other installation-related regulations.
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17. WARRANTY CONDITIONS AND CLAIMS
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The device comes along with two years of warranty, as established by European Directive 1999/44/EC on purchase
goods. The starting date is the one you find on your receipt, invoice or document proving that you actually purchased the
device on that specific day.
PiQuadro A+3 s.r.l. warranty is Europe-wide.
PiQuadro A+3 warranty covers all the components in the device (with the exception of glasses and common materials).It
also covers the replacement costs of faulty components.
The warranty is valid if: the purchaser is able to provide receipt, invoice or documents proving that the stove was
actually purchased on that specific day.One of these documents is compulsory for warranty claims.It must be shown to
your technician before the warranty claim or it could void the manufacturer's warranty.
The warranty is valid if: all due payments have been settled and the purchaser is not in default of payments.
The warranty is valid if: it is proven that the component or spare part has a manufacturing fault, not due to inappropriate
or wrong use, or to a lack of maintenance by the purchaser.
The warranty is not valid if: bad functioning is due to improper flues or chimneys, which are not compliant with current
regulations or device requirements.
The warranty is not valid if: you position your stove in an area subject to anomalous environmental conditions or if
damages occur because of atmospheric agents, or because of climate, chemical or electrochemical factors.
The warranty is not valid if: bad functioning is due to improper installation, device tampering, inappropriate use and
negligence.
The warranty is not valid if: bad functioning is due to the use of inappropriate fuel, like wooden pellets other than the
certified ones.
The following are not covered under warranty:cleaning of the devices and routine maintenance.
The following are not covered under warranty:glasses and common materials.
The following are not covered under warranty: accidental damages caused by falls or accidents during the shipping, we
are not responsible of. Check the integrity of the device before installation.
PiQuadro A+3 s.r.l. declines any responsibility for damages occurring, directly or indirectly, to persons, objects and animals
because the user has not followed, or only partly followed, the instructions in the present manual.We also decline responsibility
in case of improper installation and use, device tampering, bad maintenance, negligence and failure to observe current
regulations and directives. PiQuadro A+3 s.r.l. reserves the right to change, without warning, the features and data of the
appliances described in the present manual. Some features and accessories are not included in the standard equipment, their
cost shall be discussed at the time of purchase. For warranty claims on PiQuadro A+3 s.r.l. devices, it is compulsory to send the
warranty claim form below.You can also require the form to your Service Retailer.
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18. WARRANTY CERTIFICATE PiQuadro A+3 S.r.l.
MODEL
SELLER:
SERIAL NUMBER
…………………………………………………………………………………….
Stamp
PURCHASE DATE
……………………………………………………………………………………
BUYER
Name ...............................................................................................................
Street:................................................................................................................
E mail............................................
City …...............................................................Postal code..............................
Country.................................. E mail...............................................................
Signature
………………………………….
Phone: ........................................... Mobile. ....................................................
IMPORTANT:
In order for your warranty to be valid you must fill in the present form and send it by mail to PiQuadro
A+3 S.r.l., within 8 days from the purchase date. N.B The form is either registered or sent back to the
purchaser.The latter needs to save the warranty certificate and the fiscal receipt showing the purchase
date.
I hereby authorise the use of my personal data in compliance with Legislative Decree no. 196/2003.
Signature: ............................................................................
MODEL
SERIAL NUMBER
……………………………………………………………………………………….
SELLER:
Stamp
PURCHASE DATE
………………………………………………………………………………………
BUYER
Name ...................................................................................................................
Street:....................................................................................................................
E mail.........................................
City …............................................................Postal code....................................
Country..................................... E mail...............................................................
Signature
………………………………….
Phone: ................................................ Mobile. ....................................................
IMPORTANT:
The manufacturer's warranty is void unless this certificate is filled in and showed to the technician
together with the record of the first switching on.
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