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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
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GEBRUIKSAANWIJZING
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Dear Sir, Madam,
Congratulations with your purchase of a portable domestic heater. You have
purchased a quality product, which will serve you for many years to come. This,
of course, provided you use the heater correctly. Please read these Directions
for Use first, to ensure maximum lifetime for your heater.
Your heater comes with a 24-month manufacturer’s warranty on all defects in
materials or workmanship.
We wish you a warm and comfortable time with your heater.
Yours sincerely,
PVG International b.v.
Customer Service Department
1 READ THE DIRECTIONS FOR USE FIRST.
2 IN CASE OF ANY DOUBT, CONTACT YOUR DEALER.
3 BEFORE YOU START READING, FOLD OUT THE LAST PAGE.
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GENERAL DIRECTIONS FOR USE
MAIN COMPONENTS
Below you will find the main steps to be taken for
using your heater. For more details, please refer to
A
Front plate
B
Grid
C
Base plate
4
Lid for removable
the MANUAL (pages 35 ff.).
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2
3
4
Remove all packaging materials (refer to Section A, Fig. A).
tank
Fill the removable tank 7 (refer to Section B, Fig. D).
Insert the plug into the wall-socket.
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Operation panel
F
Handle
G
Removable tank
H
Fuel gauge
Ignite the heater using the ON/OFF key N (refer to Section D).
removable tank
5
If required, change the temperature using the adjustment keys
(refer to Section E).
6
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Air filter
J
Vent filter
K
Thermostat
L
Plug + cord
M
Information display
N
ON/OFF key
O
Childproof lock
P
Adjustment keys
Switch off the heater by pressing the ON/OFF key N.
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The first time you ignite your heater it will smell
like ’new’ for a short time.
(time and
Store your fuel in a cool and dark place.
temperature)
Fuel has a limited shelf life. Start every heating
season with renewed fuel.
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Timer
R
Indicator lights
The right quality of fuel will be assured, when
you use Zibro Plus for your heater.
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If you change to another brand and/or type of
parrafin oil, you must first finish up all the
remaining fuel in the heater.
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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW IN ADVANCE
ALWAYS MAKE SURE THAT THERE IS SUFFICIENT VENTILATION
For each model the minimum size of space is specified in which you can use the
heater safely, without additional ventilation (refer to Section O). If a particular
room is smaller than the specified space, always put a window or door slightly ajar
(± 2.5 cm). We also recommend doing this in highly insulated or draught-free
rooms and/or at altitudes obove 1,500 metres. However, if there is insufficient
ventilation (i.e. oxygen), the heater will automatically switch off. Do not use your
heater in cellars or other underground areas.
THE RIGHT FUEL
Only use Class C1 paraffin fuel in accordance with BS2869; Part 2, or equivalent.
Only the use of the
correct fuel will ensure
safe, efficient, and
comfortable use of your
heater.
Your heater has been designed for use with high-quality water-free pure paraffin
oil, such as Zibro Plus. Only fuels of this kind will ensure clean and proper burning.
Lower quality fuel may result in:
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increased possibility of malfunctioning
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incomplete burning
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reduced heater lifetime
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smoke and/or smells
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deposits on the grid or mantle
Using the right fuel is therefore essential for safe, efficient, and comfortable use
of your heater.
Always refer to your local dealer for the right fuel for your heater.
A
This transportation cap
is packed separately in
the box. Only this cap
ensures trouble-free
transportation of the
heater after use.
Store it well!
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MANUAL
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INSTALLING THE HEATER
1 Carefully remove your heater from the box and check the contents.
In addition to the heater you also need to have:
E a manual fuel pump
E a transportation cap
E these directions for use
Keep the box and the packaging materials (Fig. A) for storage and/or
transportation.
2 Open the lid of the removable tank D and remove the piece of cardboard.
Attach the sticker to the inside of the lid.
3 Fill the removable tank as indicated in Section B.
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The floor should be firm and completely level. Reposition the heater, when it
is not level. Do not try to correct the situation by placing books or other
goods under the heater. Please refer to the separate instructions in the carton
box for fixing of the heater.
5
Insert the plug L into the wall-socket (220/230 Volts - AC / 50 Hz) and set the
correct time using the adjustment keys P (refer to Section C).
6 Your heater is now ready for use.
B
FILLING FUEL
Do not fill the removable tank in the living room, but in a more suitable place
(there can always be some spillage). Follow the procedure below:
1 Make sure that the heater is switched off.
C
2 Open the lid 4 and lift the removable tank 7 out of the heater (Fig. C).
Note: Some drops may leak from the tank. Put down the removable tank
(cap pointing upwards) and screw off the fuel cap.
3 Take the manual fuel pump and insert the smooth, most rigid tube into the
jerrycan. Make sure that it is in a higher position than the removable tank
D
(Fig. D). Insert the ribbed hose into the opening of the removable tank.
4 Lock the switch button on top of the pump (turn clockwise).
5 Squeeze the pump a few times, until fuel starts flowing into the removable
tank. As soon as this happens, there is no need to press any longer.
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filling by loosening the switch button on top of the pump (turn anti-clockwise), once the gauge indicates that the tank is full. Never overfill the tank,
especially not when the fuel is very cold (fuel expands when it heats up).
empty
full
7 Let the remaining fuel in the pump flow back into the jerrycan and carefully
remove the pump. Carefully screw the fuel cap back on the tank. Clean off
any spilled fuel.
8 Check whether the fuel cap is straight and tightened properly. Reinstall the
removable tank in the heater (cap down). Close the lid.
C
SETTING THE CLOCK
It is only possible to set the correct time, when the heater is connected to the
mains and not burning. Use the adjustment keys P to set the time. First press
SET
TEMP
CLOCK
either of the two keys to switch on the function (the CLOCK light and the
ROOM
20 15
FUEL
VENT
information display M will start blinking). Next, set the hours using the key on the
left (NHOUR) and the minutes using the key on the right (MMIN). Press once to
increase the value by one step. When you hold down the key, the value will
POWER
continue going up, until you release the key again. After approximately 10
ON
seconds the light will stop blinking and the setting will be locked. 5 Minutes after
OFF
F: When the CLOCK
TIMEindicator
R HOlight
URstopsMIN
blinking, the setting has
been locked to the
indicated value.
switching off the heater, the information on the display will disappear and the
heater will automatically switch into the stand-by position.
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K
6 Check the removable tank fuel gauge H while filling the tank (Fig. E). Stop
E
D
When the heater has been unplugged (or after a power failure), the time needs
to be set again.
IGNITING THE HEATER
When used for the first time, a new heater may give out a smell for a short while.
SET
TEMP
CLOCK
ROOM
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FUEL
VENT
You should therefore provide extra ventilation.
Just press the ON/OFF button N to ignite the heater. The button will start blinking,
indicating that the ignition procedure has started. This will take a short while. Once
POWER
the heater is burning, the ON/OFF button will remain lit (red). The information
ON
OFF
display M will show two numbers. The light next to them indicates that these
G: The required
temperature on the left,
TIMER the measured
HOUR
MIN
temperature on the
right.
numbers refer to the temperatures (Fig. G). The actual room temperature is
indicated below ROOM, while the temperature setting is indicated below SET. The
latter can be changed with the adjustment keys (refer to Section E).
Prior to igniting the heater, always check for sufficient fuel in the removable tank.
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SETTING THE REQUIRED TEMPERATURE
The temperature setting can only be adjusted, when the heater is burning. Use the
adjustment keys P to adjust the temperature. First press either of the two keys to
switch on the function (the TEMP light next to the information display M will start
blinking). Next, adjust the temperature using the key on the right (MMIN) to set
the temperature to a higher setting and the key on the left (NHOUR) to lower the
temperature. Press once to increase the value one step. After approximately 10
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seconds the light will stop blinking and the setting will be locked (Fig. G).
The available temperature settings range from 6°C minimum to 28°C maximum.
When the heater has been unplugged (or after a power failure), the temperature
will reset to the factory setting of 20°C.
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USING THE TIMER
The timer allows you to switch on the heater automatically at a preset time.
In order to switch on the timer, the correct time must have been set (refer to
Section C) and the heater should be off.
Follow the procedure below:
1 Press the ON/OFF button N and then the TIMER key Q immediately after that.
The TIMER light and the information display M will start blinking.
2 Use the adjustment keys P to set the time at which the heater must ignite.
SET
TEMP
CLOCK
ROOM
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Use the key on the left (NHOUR) to set the hours and the key on the right
FUEL
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(MMIN) to set the minutes (interval of 5 minutes).
POWER 3 After approximately 10 seconds the information display will show CLOCK
-LOCK TIMER
HOUR
ON
OFF
MIN
again and the TIMER indicator light will light up, indicating that the timer
function has been activated (Fig. H).
H: The TIMER indicator
light indicates that the
timer function has been
switched on.
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The timer will ensure that the room will have been heated to approximately
the required temperature at the set time.
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When you want to switch off the heater and ignite it again with the timer, all
you have to do is press the TIMER key (refer to Section G).
Press the ON/OFF button N once to clear the timer setting.
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SWITCHING OFF THE HEATER
There are two ways to switch off the heater.
1 Press the ON/OFF button N. The information display will show the CLOCK
signal. Within approximately one minute the flame will have extinguished.
2 Press the TIMER key Q, when you want to switch off the heater and ignite it
again with the timer the next time. This not only switches off the heater, but
it also activates the timer function. You can change the required time with
the adjustment keys P (refer to Section F).
H
THE INFORMATION DISPLAY
The information display M not only serves as an indicator of the (set) time and
temperature (Sections C, E, and F), it also indicates any malfunctioning of the
heater. The code on the information display tells you what is the matter:
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EMP
OCK
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EMP
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EMP
LOCK
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CODE
SET
ROOM
e-
o
In case of any
malfunctioning the
information display will
tell you what is the
matter.
e- 0
f- 0
e- 1
f- 1
FUEL
e- 2
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e- 5
e- 6
POWER
e- 7
ON
e OFF
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e- 9
MIN
HOUR
-: -(& blinking
INFORMATION
WHAT TO DO
Temperature within the heater too high.
Cool-down and re-ignite.
Power interrupted.
Re-ignite the heater.
Faulty thermostat.
Contact your dealer.
Faulty burner thermistor.
Contact your dealer.
Starting problems.
Contact your dealer.
Tipping-over protection.
Re-ignite the heater.
Poor burning.
Contact your dealer.
Room temperature
If necessary,
above 28°C.
re-ignite the heater.
Defective booster.
Contact your dealer.
Air filter dirty; or
Clean filter
Fuel pump dirty.
Contact your dealer.
Out of fuel.
Refill removable tank.
Too little ventilation.
Ventilate better.
FUEL-light)
-: -(& blinking
VENT-light)
Always contact your dealer for any malfunctioning not listed above.
AUTOMATIC CLEANING MODE
SET
When te heater has been burning continuously for two hours at its highest
ROOM
FUEL
VENT
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setting, the burner will automatically start an autoclean procedure. The display
will show the autocleaningcode CL.05 running back to CL.00. The procedure takes
5 minutes, during which the heater will burn at its lowest setting, while the burner
SET ROOM
autocleans.
When the burner is clean again, the heater will automatically switch
FUEL again.
TEMPPOWER
back to the highest setting
CLOCK
VENT
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HOUR
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CHILDPROOF
LOCK
The childproof lock can be used to prevent children accidentally changing the
POWER
heater settings. When the heater is burning and the childproof lock is on, the
ON
OFF
heater can only be switched off. Other functions are blocked then. If the heater
KEY-LOCK TIM
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off, the childproof lock also prevents accidental
ignition of the heater.
I: When the KEY-LOCK
light lights up, the
childproof lock has been
activated.
Activate the childproof lock by pressing the appropriate key O and holding it down
for more than 3 seconds. The KEY-LOCK indicator light will light up (Fig. I),
indicating that the childproof lock has been activated. Switch off the childproof lock
by pressing the key O and holding it down for more than 3 seconds once again.
SET
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ROOM
When the FUEL indicator light lights up, there is enough fuel left for another 10
FUEL
VENT
10
minutes of heater use. The count-down of the remaining heating time can be seen
POWER
J: When the FUEL
indicator light is lit, the
H
OUR
MIN
information display will
show the number of
minutes of fuel left in
the tank.
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THE 'FUEL' INDICATOR LIGHT
ON
OFF
in the information display M (Fig. J). Every two minutes an alarm signal is
sounded, warning you to refill the removable tank. If you do not react, the heater
will extinguish by itself. The heater will also sound a warning signal, when it
switches off. The FUEL indicator light will blink, while four lines are blinking in the
information display. You can stop this by pressing the ON/OFF button N once.
TEMP
CLOCK
MER
Once the heater has used up all its fuel and is extinguished it will take some time,
after the refill, before the heater is completely ready for use again.
SET
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ROOM
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When the VENT indicator light starts blinking, this is a sign that the room is not
FUEL
VENT
vented sufficiently (Fig. K). If you do not provide additional ventilation, the heater
will switch off automatically after some time.
POWER
K: A blinking VENT
HOUR light
MIisN a sign
indicator
that you need extra
ventilation.
THE 'VENT' INDICATOR LIGHT
ON
OFF
If the indicator light continues blinking after extra ventilation, please contact your
dealer.
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MAINTENANCE
Switch off the heater and let it cool down, before you start any maintenance
L
work. Also disconnect the plug from the mains.
Your heater needs hardly any maintenance. It is, however, important that you
clean the air filter I and the vent filter J with a vacuum cleaner and the grid 2
with a damp cloth, both on a weekly basis. Remove the air filter occasionally (Fig.
L) and clean it with soapy water. Prior to reinstallation, make sure that the air
filter cap has fully been dried.
Regularly inspect the fuel filter as well:
Fuel filter
1 Remove the removable tank 7 from the heater and remove the fuel filter
M
(Fig. M). Some drops may leak from the filter; keep a cloth at hand.
2 Remove the dirt by tapping the fuel filter upside-down against a hard surface.
(Never clean it with water!)
3 Reinstall the fuel filter into the heater.
We recommend that you remove dust and stains from time to time with a damp
cloth, because otherwise these may cause stains that are hard to remove.
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Do not remove any heater components yourself. Always contact your dealer for
repairs. When the power cord is damaged, it may only be replaced by an
authorised fitter. Use a new cord of the type H05 VV-F.
STORAGE (END OF THE HEATING SEASON)
At the end of the heating season, you must store the heater in a dust-free place, if
possible in its original packaging.
Unused fuel cannot be used in the next heating season. We therefore recommend
that you burn up all fuel. If there is still some fuel left, do not throw it away, but
dispose of it in accordance with the local regulations for the disposal of domestic
chemical waste.
Always start the new heating season with fresh fuel. When you start re-using the
heater follow the instructions again (starting from section A and as specified).
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TRANSPORTATION
Take the following measures to avoid fuel leakage during the transportation of
the heater:
1 Let the heater cool down.
2 Remove the removable tank G from the heater and remove the fuel filter
(refer to Section L, Fig. M). Some drops may leak from the filter; keep a cloth
at hand. Store the fuel filter and the removable tank outside the heater.
3 Place the transportation cap into the position of the fuel filter (Fig. N).
Press it tight.
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4 Always move the heater in an upright position.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Ignition
electrical
width
516
paraffin
(including base plate) depth
315
Capacity (kW) max.
3,6
height
450
Capacity (kW) min.
1,05
Fuel
transportation cap
Suitable space (m )
Dimensions (mm)
Accessories
0,375
Fuel consumption (l/hr)*
transportation cap
Mains
300
Fuel consumption (g/hr)
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Burning time per tank (hr)
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14
Weight (kg)
P
11
220V/230V
-- AC/50 Hz
Electrical consumption
Capacity removable tank (litres) 5,4
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manual fuel pump
35-150
3 **
igniter
368 W
continuous 28 W
Fuse rating
250V, 5A
At maximum setting
Specified values are indicative
WARRANTY PROVISIONS
Your heater comes with a 24-month warranty starting on the date of purchase.
Within this period all defects in material or workmanship will be repaired without
any charge. The following provisions shall apply regarding this warranty:
1 We expressly dismiss all other claims for damages, including consequential
damages.
2 Any repairs or replacements of components within the term of warranty will
not result in an extension of the term of warranty.
3 The warranty shall no longer apply, when the heater has been modified,
non-original parts have been used, or when it is repaired by third parties.
4 The warranty shall not apply to parts that are subject to normal wear, such as
the burner mat and the manual fuel pump.
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5 The warranty shall only apply, when you present the original, dated proof of
purchase, provided no changes have been made to it.
6 The warranty shall not apply to damages caused by actions not in compliance
with the Directions for Use, neglect, and the use of an incorrect type of fuel,
or fuel past its use-by date. The use of incorrect fuel can even be dangerous*.
7 Transportation costs and the risks involved during the transportation of the
heater or heater components shall always be at the expense of the purchaser.
In order to avoid unnecessary costs, we recommend that you always read the
’Directions for Use’ carefully first. In case they offer no solution, please take the
heater to your dealer for repair.
* Highly inflammable substances may induce uncontrollable burning, causing flames to break out. Should this
happen, never try to move the heater, but always switch off the heater immediately. In case of emergency you
may use a fire extinguisher, but only a type B extinguisher: a carbon dioxide or powder extinguisher.
10 TIPS FOR SAFE USE
1
Make sure that children are always aware of the presence of a burning
heater.
2
Do not move the heater when it is burning or still hot. Do not refill nor
service the heater when it is burning or still hot.
3
Position the front of the heater at a distance of minimum 1.5 metres
from walls, curtains, and furniture.
4
Do not use the heater in dusty rooms or places with strong draughts. In
either situation you will not have optimum burning. Do not use the
heater in the immediate surrounding of a bath, a shower or a
swimmingpool.
5
Switch off the heater, before you leave or go to sleep. Unplug the
heater as well, when you go away for a longer period of time
(e.g. holidays).
6
Store and move fuel only in suitable tanks and jerrycans.
7
Make sure that the fuel is not exposed to heat or extreme temperature
changes. Always store the fuel in a cool, dry and dark place (sunlight
will affect the quality).
8
Never use the heater in places where harmful gasses or fumes may be
present (e.g. exhaust gasses or paint fumes).
9
Beware that the grid of the heater becomes hot. If the appliance is
covered there is a risk of fire.
10
Always make sure that there is sufficient ventilation.
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