FOGHET fireplace - Jolly-Mec

FOGHET
air heating
fireplace
INSTALLATION, USE
AND MAINTENANCE CARD
To be carefully kept by the purchaser
FOGHET
With curved front
FOGHET
With straight front
Combined wood/pellet version
Curved or straight front
JOLLY ME 07 F patented burner
Automatic lighting
IMPORTANT
• Familiarity and compliance with the instructions given in this guide will ensure quick installation and correct use of the
appliance.
• Read the sheet attentively before commencing installation, and be certain to follow the directions it contains, otherwise
the warranty could be invalidated and the performance and safety of the appliance jeopardized.
• The installation sheet is an integral part of the product and must be given to the user.
• It must be kept in a safe place and consulted carefully, as all of the warnings provide important information on safety
during installation, use and maintenance.
• Incorrect installation can cause injury or damage to persons, animals or property, for which the manufacturer will not be
liable
• Installation must be carried out by skilled personnel according to current regulations.
• The appliance must be used only for its intended purpose. Any other use is deemed improper and therefore dangerous.
• The manufacturer declines any contractual or non-contractual liability for damages caused by errors in installation or use
of the appliance or failure to follow the instructions contained in this sheet.
• All rights on the reproduction of this technical sheet are owned by JOLLY-MEC CAMINETTI S.p.A.
• The descriptions and illustrations provided in the following publication are not binding.
• JOLLY-MEC CAMINETTI S.p.A reserves the right to make any modifications that may be deemed appropriate.
• This sheet cannot be given to third parties for perusal without the written permission of JOLLY-MEC CAMINETTI S.p.A.
• The technical directions for installation contained in this booklet should be considered as basic requirements. Regulations
in some countries may be more restrictive; in this instance, comply fully with the regulations prevailing in the country of
installation (all local bylaws must be observed when installing the appliance, including those referring to national and
European standards).
• Never use the appliance as an incinerator, or in way other than that for which it was designed.
• Use only the fuels recommended, and no others.
• Do not use liquid fuels.
• In operation, the appliance will reach temperatures that can burn the skin; handle with care to avoid burns.
• Do not make any unauthorised modification to the appliance.
• Use only original spare parts recommended by the manufacturer.
• Acceptance of the machine by the user must be “total”, including the sound level of operation, comparable to an electrical
appliance. Complaints for characteristics not indicated in this manual shall not be accepted.
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Dear customer,
We wish to thank you again for having chosen to heat your home and save money with a JOLLY-MEC product.
In order to exercise the right to the warranty we invite you to fill in the Warranty Certificate and send it no later
than 30 (thirty) days from the date of the OBLIGATORY First Start up, to fax number +39 035-8359200
or by ordinary post.
The Warranty Certificate must be sent with a copy of the sales document.
For
questions concerning the after sales service related to the First Start up, Technical Assistance,
Maintenance and spare parts, we invite you to contact the authorised Jolly-Mec Technical Assistance Centre,
through your retailer.
If you have purchased the product from the Jolly Mec showroom in Telgate (Bg), please contact the Jolly Mec
After Sales department at +39 035-8359204, or send an e-mail to assistenzatecnica@jolly-mec.it
Thanking you for your attention, we wish you many warm years with Jolly Mec products.
Jolly Mec Caminetti S.p.A.
Manufacturing of water and humidified air heating Fireplaces and Stoves, with combined wood/gas or wood and pellet heating
• Cassette exchangers • Cast-iron single-bodies •Traditional fireplaces • Fireplace cladding • Assistance and installation
Warranty Terms
The Guarantee Certificate is based on the Guarantee Terms given below.
The guarantee starts from the date of first Starting up and comes into effect only at the time when Jolly Mec receives the Guarantee Certificate.
The first Starting up has to be required from the customer to the technical assistance centre by the purchase of the product and t has to be done within 60 days from the purchase
date. In case no Starting upat the upper onditions has been the warranty get lost authomatically.
The Guarantee Certificate must be sent to Jolly Mec, duly completed in the appropriate spaces, no later than 30 days from the date of the first Starting up.
In order to be entitled to service provisions and to replacement of spare parts under guarantee, it is essential to attach to the Guarantee Certificate a copy of the purchase
document; when requesting work, the relevant purchase document, giving details of the retailer, the date of purchase, the amount paid and the description of the product, must be
submitted.
If the customer requests work other than that set out in these Guarantee Terms, he/she must pay the fee set out in the current price list on that date. The guarantee is not
transferable to third-parties and remains a personal guarantee to the first purchaser.
The guarantee period for the boiler body of the products themselves is 5 years, except for the Fortuna stove (6 years), the monoblocs (3 years) and the traditional models (2 years).
The guarantee period for the individual mechanical, pneumatic, hydraulic, electrical and electronic parts of the Jolly Mec products is 2 years.
The guarantee period for individual parts subject to wear and tear and usage, namely all those parts that cannot be maintained which, as they are used, wear out and/or can no
longer be used and which therefore need to be replaced after a certain period of operation, is limited to 4 months for cast-iron grids and 12 months for resistors, fire base, scraper,
pellets, refractory bricks, wood stop, trimmings. The glass are not covered by warranty.
The guarantee right for the boiler body undergoes variations with regard to the above-mentioned period if the Guarantee Certificate does not reach Jolly Mec within 30 days from
the date ofthe first Starting up: in this case the guarantee shall be for 2 years. Jolly Mec reserves the right to make changes in order to improve its products without prior notice.
The applicable legislation, in the event of any dispute or protest, is Italian law; in the event of discrepancy between the wording in Italian and the translation, the Italian interpretation
takes precedence. For any dispute, the law courts of Bergamo (Italy) have exclusive jurisdiction.
The warranty does not include:
1.
2.
Masonry work.
Electrical and electronic parts that break down due to the power supply with a voltage other than the nominal or with incorrect connections to the mains and/or the latter not being according to standard and without protection from natural disasters.
3. The parts subject to wear/tear.
4. For fireplaces with water thermovector fluid and for domestic water production not supplied by Jolly Mec.
5. Damage caused by electromagnetic fields or by blackout.
6. Variations in colour due to contact with heat.
7. For coverings, apparent defects that may be found on the wooden parts; coverings in the event of misuse of the product or accidental breakages; some features of marble (eg. veins) that do not change the features of the product but that may differ from the veins and/or colour shades in the photos shown in the Jolly Mec catalogues.
8. Not considered to be original defects are all faults and deformities related to wear and tear, poor maintenance, failure to clean the product and use of the product in a way not
in keeping with the Manual of Usage and Maintenance provided with the product.
9. Defects connected with installation.
10. No compensation whatsoever shall be paid for lack of use of the product due to repair times or its replacement.
This warranty is automatically invalidated as a result of:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Tampering with the product.
Use of the product in an undue way and not in accordance with the instructions contained in each pack and in particular the use of poor quality pellets, the use of fuels that are
not recommended or not stated in the instructions or loads higher than those stated.
Alterations or operations not previously authorised.
Use of spare parts that are not original or not specific to the model.
Damage caused by transport not under Jolly Mec’s responsibility.
Installation of products unduly carried out, in a way not in accordance with current regulations and with the instructions contained in the pack.
Failure to perform the cleaning and maintenance work stated in the manual accompanying the product.
Warranty Terms
The Guarantee Certificate is based on the Guarantee Terms given below.
The guarantee starts from the date of first Starting up and comes into effect only at the time when Jolly Mec receives the Guarantee Certificate.
The first Starting up has to be required from the customer to the technical assistance centre by the purchase of the product and t has to be done within 60 days from the purchase
date. In case no Starting upat the upper onditions has been the warranty get lost authomatically.
The Guarantee Certificate must be sent to Jolly Mec, duly completed in the appropriate spaces, no later than 30 days from the date of the first Starting up.
In order to be entitled to service provisions and to replacement of spare parts under guarantee, it is essential to attach to the Guarantee Certificate a copy of the purchase
document; when requesting work, the relevant purchase document, giving details of the retailer, the date of purchase, the amount paid and the description of the product, must be
submitted.
If the customer requests work other than that set out in these Guarantee Terms, he/she must pay the fee set out in the current price list on that date. The guarantee is not
transferable to third-parties and remains a personal guarantee to the first purchaser.
The guarantee period for the boiler body of the products themselves is 5 years, except for the Fortuna stove (6 years), the monoblocs (3 years) and the traditional models (2 years).
The guarantee period for the individual mechanical, pneumatic, hydraulic, electrical and electronic parts of the Jolly Mec products is 2 years.
The guarantee period for individual parts subject to wear and tear and usage, namely all those parts that cannot be maintained which, as they are used, wear out and/or can no
longer be used and which therefore need to be replaced after a certain period of operation, is limited to 4 months for cast-iron grids and 12 months for resistors, fire base, scraper,
pellets, refractory bricks, wood stop, trimmings. The glass are not covered by warranty.
The guarantee right for the boiler body undergoes variations with regard to the above-mentioned period if the Guarantee Certificate does not reach Jolly Mec within 30 days from
the date ofthe first Starting up: in this case the guarantee shall be for 2 years. Jolly Mec reserves the right to make changes in order to improve its products without prior notice.
The applicable legislation, in the event of any dispute or protest, is Italian law; in the event of discrepancy between the wording in Italian and the translation, the Italian interpretation
takes precedence. For any dispute, the law courts of Bergamo (Italy) have exclusive jurisdiction.
The warranty does not include:
1.
2.
Masonry work.
Electrical and electronic parts that break down due to the power supply with a voltage other than the nominal or with incorrect connections to the mains and/or the latter not being according to standard and without protection from natural disasters.
3. The parts subject to wear/tear.
4. For fireplaces with water thermovector fluid and for domestic water production not supplied by Jolly Mec.
5. Damage caused by electromagnetic fields or by blackout.
6. Variations in colour due to contact with heat.
7. For coverings, apparent defects that may be found on the wooden parts; coverings in the event of misuse of the product or accidental breakages; some features of marble (eg. veins) that do not change the features of the product but that may differ from the veins and/or colour shades in the photos shown in the Jolly Mec catalogues.
8. Not considered to be original defects are all faults and deformities related to wear and tear, poor maintenance, failure to clean the product and use of the product in a way not
in keeping with the Manual of Usage and Maintenance provided with the product.
9. Defects connected with installation.
10. No compensation whatsoever shall be paid for lack of use of the product due to repair times or its replacement.
This warranty is automatically invalidated as a result of:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Tampering with the product.
Use of the product in an undue way and not in accordance with the instructions contained in each pack and in particular the use of poor quality pellets, the use of fuels that are
not recommended or not stated in the instructions or loads higher than those stated.
Alterations or operations not previously authorised.
Use of spare parts that are not original or not specific to the model.
Damage caused by transport not under Jolly Mec’s responsibility.
Installation of products unduly carried out, in a way not in accordance with current regulations and with the instructions contained in the pack.
Failure to perform the cleaning and maintenance work stated in the manual accompanying the product.
First start up certificate
(Copy for the Technical Assistance centre authorised by Jolly Mec)
Customer name / surname
Town/City
Region
Address
P. Code
Telephone
Fax
E-mail
Product model
Lot no.
Retailer
Purchase Date
Date of 1st start up
SM/011-GB-JM rev. 9 02/2011 - First Start up Certificate
IV
Guidelines for correct First Start up service
For every single operation, refer to the Installation, Usage and Maintenance sheet.
Air Foghet
wood
version.
Guide
lines
forpellet
a correct
service of first starting up
Per ogni singola operazione, far riferimento alla Scheda di Montaggio, Utilizzo e Manutenzione.
£ Checking the flue and chimney cap;eventually check the pressure switch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . chap. 2.1.
£ Checking the electrical connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . chap. 2.3; 2.9.
£ Checking
the air intakes
Stufa
Fortuna
ad aria, versione combinata legna e pellet.
chap. 2.2;2.3.
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..........
£ Control the inspections doors the air grating on the cladding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .chap.1.5.
£Verifica
Veryfy canalisation
connection
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .chap. 2.7.
della canna fumaria
e del comignolo……………………………….……………………………………………………………..……………
cap. 2.1.
£Verifica
Description of display and its functions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . chap. 1.7.1.
dei collegamenti elettrici…………………………………………….…………………………………………….………………..……. cap. 2.2; 2.10.
£Verifica
Instruction about smoke baffle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . chap. 1.8.
delle prese d’aria…………………………………………………….…………………………………………………………………………. cap. 2.2.
£Verifica
Pellet ignition. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..........................................chap. 1.7.3.
collegamenti canalizzazione (se presente) ………………………………………………………………………………………........ cap. 2.7; 2.8; 2.9.
£Istruzione
Veryfy the quantity of combustion air and pellet load in the burning pot. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . chap. 1.7.10; 1.8.
sulla funzionalità della centralina ( verificare anche lo specifico manuale)……………….…….…….……………….................................. cap. 1.5.
£ Veryfy pession switch adjustment.............................................................................................................................................................chap.1.13.
Accensione a pellet ( verificare anche lo specifico manuale) ……………………….……………………………………………….……………….… cap. 1.6.
£ Wood ignition. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ........................................chap. 1.7.13.
Verifica della quantità d’aria di combustione e di carica di pellet nel cestello ………….………………….………………….……………..….………cap. 1.7.
£ Veryfy caldo control adjustment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..........................................chap. 2.6.
Verifica taratura del caldo control ( solo per la versione lusso) …….……………………………………………………..……………………………. cap. 2.6.
£ Introduction into ordinary maintenance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . chap. 1.9;1.10;1.11;1.12.
Introduzione alla manutenzione ordinaria ……………………………………………………………………………………………..…………… cap. 1.7; 1.8.
£ Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ........................................chap. 1.13.
Compilazione del certificato di Prima Accensione, e del certificato di garanzia (quest’ ultimo da spedire a Jolly Mec).
£ How to fill out the First Start up certificate, and the warranty certificate (the latter must be sent to Jolly Mec).
General notes
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Customer and technical support centre authorized by Jolly Mec agree that the first start up was done in accordance with all technical
specifications in the Jolly Mec installation, usage and maintenance sheet.
Signature and stamp
Technical Assistance centre authorised by Jolly Mec
Customer Signature
SM/011-GB-JM rev. 9 02/2011 - First Start up Certificate
V
First Start up Certificate
(copy for CUSTOMER)
Customer name / surname
Town/City
Region
Address
P. Code
Telephone
Fax
E-mail
Product model
Lot no.
Retailer
Purchase Date
Date of 1st start up
SM/011-GB-JM rev. 9 02/2011 - First Start up Certificate
VI
Guidelines for correct First Start up service
For every single operation, refer to the Installation, Usage and Maintenance sheet.
Air Foghet
wood
version.
Guide
lines
forpellet
a correct
service of first starting up
Per ogni singola operazione, far riferimento alla Scheda di Montaggio, Utilizzo e Manutenzione.
£ Checking the flue and chimney cap;eventually check the pressure switch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . chap. 2.1.
£ Checking the electrical connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . chap. 2.3; 2.9.
£ Checking
the air intakes
Stufa
Fortuna
ad aria, versione combinata legna e pellet.
chap. 2.2;2.3.
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..........
£ Control the inspections doors the air grating on the cladding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .chap.1.5.
£Verifica
Veryfy canalisation
connection
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .chap. 2.7.
della canna fumaria
e del comignolo……………………………….……………………………………………………………..……………
cap. 2.1.
£Verifica
Description of display and its functions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . chap. 1.7.1.
dei collegamenti elettrici…………………………………………….…………………………………………….………………..……. cap. 2.2; 2.10.
£Verifica
Instruction about smoke baffle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . chap. 1.8.
delle prese d’aria…………………………………………………….…………………………………………………………………………. cap. 2.2.
£Verifica
Pellet ignition. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..........................................chap. 1.7.3.
collegamenti canalizzazione (se presente) ………………………………………………………………………………………........ cap. 2.7; 2.8; 2.9.
£Istruzione
Veryfy the quantity of combustion air and pellet load in the burning pot. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . chap. 1.7.10; 1.8.
sulla funzionalità della centralina ( verificare anche lo specifico manuale)……………….…….…….……………….................................. cap. 1.5.
£ Veryfy pession switch adjustment.............................................................................................................................................................chap.1.13.
Accensione a pellet ( verificare anche lo specifico manuale) ……………………….……………………………………………….……………….… cap. 1.6.
£ Wood ignition. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ........................................chap. 1.7.13.
Verifica della quantità d’aria di combustione e di carica di pellet nel cestello ………….………………….………………….……………..….………cap. 1.7.
£ Veryfy caldo control adjustment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..........................................chap. 2.6.
Verifica taratura del caldo control ( solo per la versione lusso) …….……………………………………………………..……………………………. cap. 2.6.
£ Introduction into ordinary maintenance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . chap. 1.9;1.10;1.11;1.12.
Introduzione alla manutenzione ordinaria ……………………………………………………………………………………………..…………… cap. 1.7; 1.8.
£ Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ........................................chap. 1.13.
Compilazione del certificato di Prima Accensione, e del certificato di garanzia (quest’ ultimo da spedire a Jolly Mec).
£ How to fill out the First Start up certificate, and the warranty certificate (the latter must be sent to Jolly Mec).
General notes
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CONTENTS
USE AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE USER
1.1 FOGHET air heating fireplace. ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 2
1.2 Fireplace identification......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 3
1.3 Technical data........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 4
1.4 Dimensions and parts. ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 5
1.5 Examples of combined Foghet fireplace installed and clad......................................................................................................................................................... 6
1.6 Burner and pellet hopper parts....................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 7
1.7 New-generation simplified electronic controller. .................................................................................................................................................................................. 8
1.7.1 Description of simplified electronic controller for air heating. ................................................................................................................................... 8
1.7.2 Setting the language. ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 9
1.7.3 Lighting with pellets, controller..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 9
1.7.4 Quick menu........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 11
1.7.5 Power output setting for pellet mode.................................................................................................................................................................................... 12
1.7.6 Room temperature setting for pellet mode........................................................................................................................................................................ 12
1.7.7 Silencing an alarm............................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 13
1.7.8 Ventilation ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 13
1.7.9 Humidifier use...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 13
1.7.10 Solving problems regarding combustion. ........................................................................................................................................................................... 14
1.7.11 Electronic components test......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 14
1.7.12 Chronothermostat. ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 15
1.7.13 Lighting with wood............................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 17
1.7.14 Service. .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 18
1.8 Combustion setting and damper use....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 19
1.9 Advice and warnings.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 20
1.10 Cleaning the fireplace. ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 21
1.11 Parts that can be removed to clean the fireplace............................................................................................................................................................................ 22
1.12 Fan removal............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 23
1.13 Troubleshooting. ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 24
1.14 Optionals. .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 27
1.15 Supplementary larger capacity pellet hoppers.................................................................................................................................................................................. 28
1.16 Pellet quality............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 29
1.17 Installation card use and keeping.............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 30
1.18 Ecological regulation................................................................................................................................................................................................................................31
1.18.1 Waste materials and their disposal...............................................................................................................................................................................31
1.18.2 Disposal of the machine.......................................................................................................................................................................................................31
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE INSTALLER
2.1 2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
2.9 2.10
2.11
Flue..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 32
Arrangement for electrical connections and air inlets with corner positioning. ............................................................................................................. 33
Arrangement for electrical connections and air inlets with wall positioning.................................................................................................................... 34
Adjusting the feet. ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 35
Fitting the damper and regulating unit. ................................................................................................................................................................................................. 35
Caldo control........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 36
Fitting connections for hot air ducting..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 37
Example of hot air ducting.............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 38
Simplified electronic controller wiring diagram.................................................................................................................................................................................. 39
Product data............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 40
Conformity certificate...............................................................................................................................................................................................................................41
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1.1 FOGHET air heating fireplace
and FOGHEA become ”continuous flame” heating appliances, just
like a boiler. The products of the range provide for a pellet hopper
of approx. 46 kg capacity, however, to obtain a longer burn time
it can be coupled to a second and larger hopper, even located in
another room, from which the pellets can be conveyed with the in
feed screw system or pneumatically
Operation can be quickly switched from wood to pellet mode or
vice versa: by shifting the grille positioned over the burn pot and
selecting the type of feed. In pellet mode, heating power is managed
by means of the electronic controller provided: 9.3 kW up to 23 kW.
Foghet can be purchased in the wood version and the burner can
be fitted at a later stage, since the stove is already arranged for it.
The Foghet with curved or straight front can be clad as a
fireplace or as a stove (“FOGO” model); with straight front as a
fireplace or stove (“FOGHEA” model)
Foghet is a humidified hot air heating stove tested and
approved according to European Standards EN 13229,
EN 14785, EN 303/5 and DIN 18894, DIN 18891, DIN
18882, for operation with wood or with wood and pellets.
Designed to meet today’s market requirements of: energy
saving, comfort and safeguarding the environment, it is the
result of Jolly-Mec’s 30 years’ experience.
Foghet is a single unit consisting of a double-wall heat exchanger
in special steel whose particular construction allows maximum
exploitation of the combustion heat, obtaining high efficiencies
of up to 84.17%, making it one of the best in the category for
efficiency and emissions.
It has a large ceramic glass door and for the wood-pellet version
a removable second inner door with glass is available, which
simplifies cleaning, keeping the glass of the outer door always
clean, while reducing the temperature of the front and the glass
itself. To use the stove with wood the door removes easily and
can be placed in the special holder (optional).
The Foghet with curved or straight front clad as a Fogo
or Foghea stove, has a simplified electronic controller that
manages the stove when operating on wood or pellets. It has
a chronothermostat (programmable thermostat) for automatic
lighting and shutdown. With the new-generation simplified
electronic controller version, when programmed, if the wood
finishes and the room thermostat demands more heat, the stove
automatically switches from wood to pellet mode with automatic
igniting of the pellets, maintaining the set temperature. The
simplified electronic controller sounds an acoustic signal when
the pellets finish. It also enables the management of a possible
supplementary pellet hopper. Moreover, the electronic controller
enables a check-up of the various parts.
The humidified hot air Foghet heats all the home up to an area
of 110 m2. It has 2 top air outlets and one on the front of the
firebox. The hot air can be ducted to any room, even on different
floors, by means of insulated flexible aluminium pipes.
All models have an incorporated manual-feed humidifier that
prevents physiological problems such as dry throat, migraine,
various allergies and excessive dust caused by a too dry
environment.
Balsamic and fragrant essences can be added to the humidifier
water.
The hot air heating FOGO and FOGHEA have a 620 m3/h fan
for delivering hot air in the rooms. In summer the fan can deliver
fresh air in the rooms.
When fed with wood, it functions as a normal fireplace or
stove but with the added advantages of controlled combustion,
thanks to the Jolly-Mec patented Caldo Control system, which
optimises combustion according to combustion air temperature.
With application of the specific JOLLY ME-07-F pellet burner, FOGO
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1.2 Fireplace Identification
The fireplace has a metal dataplate giving the following data:
• “CE” marking.
• Name and address of the Manufacturer.
• European test standard number.
• Type of unit.
• Fuel.
• Nominal heat output.
• CO (measured at 13% O2).
• Rated electrical power.
• Rated frequency.
• Lot no.
• Min. distance from combustible materials.
• Warnings.
This plate is positioned on the right side of the fireplace.
The graphic appearance of the dataplate can be different.
MATR. XX
MATR. XX
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1.3 Technical data
Approval EN 13229 - EN 14785
Cod.
Description
Value
Unit
353
Burned power (by pellet) Qtot
Thermal rated output (by pellet) P
23.2
kW
19.5
kW
14,4
kW
361
Power given to fluid (by pellet) Pw
Medium power (by pellet)
15,1
kW
362
Minimum power (by pellet)
11.7
kW
354
Economy power (by pellet)
0.5
kW
302
4.7
Kg/h
303
Consumption at max power (by pellet) Bt
Consumption at med. power (by pellet)
3.6
Kg/h
304
Consumption at min. power (by pellet)
2.9
Kg/h
305
Consumption in economy power (by pellet)
0.1
Kg/h
357
Maximum output disposed of in the environment (by pellet) Psh
5,1
kW
053
Efficiency (by pellet) η
84.5
%
352
Burned power (by wood) Qtot
23.0
kW
301
Consumption at max power (by wood) Bt
Maximum output disposed of in the environment (by wood) Psh
Thermal rated output (by wood) P
5.4
Kg/h
3,6
kW
18.5
kW
Power given to fluid (by wood) Pw
Efficiency (by wood) η
14,9
kW
052
80.5
%
455
Max. heated area depending the kind of house
90-120-210
m2
451
Surface exchange
1.7
m2
601
Nominal voltage/frequency
230/50
V/Hz
602
Electrilcal absorption (combined) min-max
270 - 670
W
253
Total weight
190
Kg
401
Standars tank capacity
46
l
402
Optional tank capacity
100-400-700
l
702
Min. draft
12
Pa
653
Smoke exhaust Ø
150
mm
554
Fan flow rate
620
m3/h
102
Max T smoke (by wood)
370
°C
103
Max T smoke (by pellet)
220
°C
105
Med T smoke (by wood) ta
242.2
°C
106
Med T smoke (by pellet) ta
CO (13% O2) (wood)
219
°C
0,11
%
003
CO (13% O2) (pellet)
0.013
%
005
CO2 (wood)
7.8
%
006
CO2 (pellet)
9.6
%
202
Smoke volume (by wood) m
16.9
g/s
203
Smoke volume (by pellet) m
12.7
g/s
991
Max load (wood)
5
Kg
701
Inflammable goods distance
200
mm
366
360
356
365
359
002
The technical data of the table are taken from certified data according to EN 13229 and EN 14785 test methods.
Recommended fuels:
WOOD:
dry beech, hornbeam, oak, locust (acacia)
very dry and in length from 32 to35 cm.
PELLETS: See pellet characteristics given in chap. 1.16.
JOLLY-MEC CAMINETTI S.p.A. declines any liability for
malfunctions, faults or problems due to the use of nonrecommended pellets, since the combustion parameters vary
from pellets to pellets (they can even vary by approx. 30%).
For optimum operation, combustion must be adjusted using the
pellet feed control on the burner (see chap. 1.8).
All testing, inspections and preparation of the Foghet were
carried out using the recommended pellets.
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1.4 Dimensions and parts
The fireplace is supplied with JOLLY ME07 F burner and preassembled and tested pellet hopper, in wooden crate on pallets, packed
with a cellophane hood, polystyrene and with the following parts:
• Use, maintenance and assembly card
• Standard pellet hopper with 46 kg capacity
• Control panel with SIMPLIFIED electronic controller
• Ø 100 mm flexible aluminium pipe. 3 m long for ducting hot air
• 2 Ø 100 mm connections for ducting hot air
• Plastic container for filling the humidifier
• Ø 120 mm flexible pipe 100 cm long (extensible) for hot air fan suction from the outside.
• Ø 80 mm flexible pipe 50 cm long (not extensible) for burner fan suction from outside
• Ø 80 mm flexible pipe 100 cm long (extensible) for primary combustion air suction from outside (CALDO CONTROL)
• JOLLY ME07 F pellet burner
• Boiler body (combined air heating Foghet)
• Room temperature probe
• Wood guard (on curved front model only)
• Adjustable grilles for hot air
• Ø 100 mm pipe clamps
• Wrench for burn pot locking screw
• Room thermostat (optional)
Cleaning tools supplied (see chap. 1.11)
• Burn pot cleaning tool
• Poker
• Shovel
• Flue brush
• Cleaning brush
OPTIONALS
OPTIONAL SET for curved front models
• Holder for accessories and removable inner door
• Removable door
• Spring
• Foghet with straight front
• Foghet with curved front
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1.5 Example of Foghet combined fireplace installed and clad
Fume exhaust
Hot air insulation
Hot air
insulation
Air ducting
Air ducting
Plasterboard
box
40x10 cm hood front
recirculation grille,
top edge 10 cm from
the ceiling
Plasterboard box
Hood
18x12 cm hot air
adjustable outlet
(facing downwards
and 2 m from the
floor)
Room temperature probe
for simplified controller
(stand out
2 mm from wall edge)
Room thermostat
in other room
(optional)
Control panel
Inspection door for
pellet loading. Measures
can be found on the
label sticked on the
pellet tank
Fume
temperature
probe
COMPULSORY
Top hot air outlet
Caldo
Control
probe
Lifting hook
Pellet hopper
Damper control
Front air outlet
Manual humidifier
Inspection door for display, Caldo
Control. Measures can be found on
the label sticked on the pellet tank
Front air
adjustment
Smoke baffle
Removable
door (optional)
Door handle
Inspection door for
burner group. Measures
can be found on the
label sticked on the
pellet tank
Electronic controller
Hot air fan suction ducting
Boiler
Omnipolar switch
Wood retainer
Burn pot
Electrical power supply
220V-50Hz
JOLLYMEC07 burner
Pellet burner fan
suction ducting
Ash pan with grille for primary
air adjustment
(for wood)
Caldo Control secondary
air adjustment (for wood)
Caldo Control
mechanism adjustment
NOTE!
To allow expansion of the steel stove, the cladding must always be separated by 2-3 mm.
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Caldo Control
suction ducting
1.6 Burner and pellet hopper parts
The JOLLY ME07 F burner and pellet hopper can be removed
for transport.
1. Disconnect the power supply then detach the connectors.
2. Loosen the hopper/burner connection clamp.
3.Undo the two M8 screws inside the pellet hopper and remove
the hopper.
4.Loosen the M6 locking screw on the burn pot container and
remove the pellet burn pot.
5. Remove the ash pan.
6. Undo the M6 screws fixing the burner to the boiler and
remove the burner.
7. Proceed in reverse order to refit.
Standard pellet hopper
To replace the ignition electrical element
1. Disconnect the power supply then detach the connectors.
2. Undo the M6 screw and remove the protection casing.
3.Undo the three M4 screws of the electrical element support
and remove the element.
4. Proceed in reverse order to refit.
Level sensor
(simplified electronic controller)
NOTE!
When refitting, make sure the electrical element is correctly
inserted in the special support fixed to the burn pot container
(when fixing with the screws, the flange must protrude
approx. 2 mm with respect to the face of the assembly plate).
Protection casing
Toothed wheels
Assembly plate
removed
Hopper/burner connection
clamp
Plate removal
screws
Pellet feed control according to the various characteristics
Motor block
Screws fixing telescopic tube to boiler
Pressure switch fixing nut
Screws for fixing to telescopic tube support
Pressure switch support
Pressure switch
Air pressure switch
connection pipe
Burn
pot
Release pin
Cotter pins
Burn pot
locking screw
Electrical element
fixing screws
Burn pot
container
Electrical element
housing
Fixing screws
Electrical
connection
Gear motor
Electrical element
Holder removal
screws
Fan removal
screws
Telescopic tube
Condenser
Removable electrical element
support for facilitating fitting
and replacement
Fan support
Safety thermostat
Combustion
air fan
Glass ventilation air
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Safety
thermostat
1.7 New-generation simplified electronic controller
1.7.1 Description of the simplified electronic controller for air heating
The simplified electronic controller is a new-generation device
equipped with a chronothermostat with programmes to be
personalised, enabling easy management of control functions.
The electronic controller buttons enable:
- management of supplementary pellet hoppers. An acoustic
signal sounds when the pellets in the hopper are finished.
- The electronic controller enables automatic switching from
wood to pellet mode by pressing the ”wood” button again (the
corresponding LED flashes) and manually switching on the
wood combustion air fan at power level 2.
- Approx. 30 minutes after the boiler temperature has fallen
below the set limit the fireplace automatically lights in pellet
mode at the preset power level, even with the grille temporarily
over the burn pot (with damper open 45°). If the pellets do not
burn properly, the burn pot can be manually cleaned two or
three times in a row.
Reset and exit screen
Quick Menu for the various
operation stages and programming
Increase (+)
Manual pellet loading and burn pot
cleaning
Decrease (-)
Confirm modifications
and enter submenu
Check parts and reset alarms
(Press 4 sec.)
ON
Standby and frost protection
(brazier with flashing LED)
OFF
Switching on (chronothermostat
active with LED flashing)
Summer
Pellets
Winter
Wood and automatic switching
from wood to pellet mode (with LED flashing)
BUTTONS
modify
It shows the various available functions. Stop on the
function you wish to set or change by pressing the
up or down arrows. Also enables chronothermostat
programming
Increase combustion air up to
20%
Modify room temperature
+
Manual pellet loading (set to OFF) Manual burn pot
cleaning (set to ON)
Increase pellet feed up to 20%
Change language
Modify power
Chronothermostat programme
Increase comb. air. in wood mode
pellet/clean
Reduce combustion air up to
10%
Modify room temperature
Check parts and reset alarms
Select parameter to be modified and confirm
modifications
Reduce pellet feed up to 20%
Change language
Modify power
Chronothermostat programme
Reduce comb. air in wood mode
LEDs
Pump (only water
version)
Pellet motor
Ignition electrical element
Hot air fan
Diverter valve
(only water version)
Combustion air fan
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Ancillary activation
1.7 New-generation simplified electronic controller
1.7.2 Setting the language
LANGUAGE SET
*
>
*
English
IT FR ESP ENG GER
To set the required language, when the operation status screen is displayed, press the button MODIFY
until ”LANGUAGE SET” appears.
Then use the buttons
to select the required language.
1.7.3 Lighting in pellet mode, electronic controller
Before lighting the pellet fireplace, a few preliminary operations are necessary:
1. Move the cast iron grate positioned over the pellet burner, uncovering it.
2. Clean the fire bed and burn pot and empty the ash pan.
3. Manually adjust the flue damper by turning the knob to the ideal position of draw. (see page. 19).
Cast iron grate
4. Make sure the pellets pot is well positioned (see par. 1.13 page 26).
5. Make sure the ash pan is properly closed.
6. Close the grille positioned on the ash pan.
7. Close the Caldo Control by pushing the lever all the way.
8. Check that the electronic controller is set to Winter mode, otherwise the fireplace will not light (the
corresponding LED must be on).
9. Check that the electronic controller is set to pellet mode, otherwise the fireplace will not light (the
corresponding LED must be on).
10. If the electronic controller is in wood mode, set it to pellet mode by pressing the corresponding button.
11. Check that there are pellets in the hopper, otherwise top up with pellets of the recommended type (if
the pellets are below the level of the sensors, the stove will not light).
Ash pan
12. Manual loading before lighting must only be done at first lighting and when cleaning the burn pot (do
not exceed the quantity indicated in Fig. 1).
Cast iron grate
Fig. 1
Caldo Control
In all other cases, DO NOT LOAD MANUALLY, because it is done automatically.
At first lighting and during lightings set with the chronothermostat, the damper MUST be opened in
HALF-CLOSED POSITION (II o III) (see pag. 19).
Never light the fireplace if the quantity of pellets is more than that indicated in Fig. 1.
NOW CARRY OUT THE LIGHTING STAGE.
On pressing the button for lighting, the electronic controller AUTOMATICALLY feeds the burn pot with
pellets up to 2 cm below the rim (as shown in Fig. 2); the electrical element then starts the pellet igniting
stage. If for any reason the pellet level is higher, when the electrical element starts ignition, remove the
excess pellets otherwise ignition may be violent.
NOW CARRY OUT THE LIGHTING STAGE.
BUTTONS
2 cm
Fig. 2
winter
pellets
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ON
Off
On
=
=
manual loading
cleaning
on
1.7 New-generation simplified electronic controller
1.7.3 Lighting in pellet mode, electronic controller
The simplified electronic controller automatically manages the
entire lighting process, according to the following stages:
1.BURN POT CLEANING for 2 minutes (the display shows
HOP.1)
2.PELLET LOADING up to 2 cm from the rim of the burn pot;
duration approx. 4 minutes (the display shows PELL.1)
3.ACTIVATION OF ELECTRICAL ELEMENT AND FAN:
combustion starts; duration approx. 4 minutes (the display
shows IGNIT.1)
4.COMBUSTION STABILISATION: the flame gradually
spreads to the pellets in the burn pot; duration approx. 10
minutes (the display shows STAB.1)
5.SWITCH TO OPERATION AT PREVIOUSLY SET POWER
LEVEL: the fireplace has completed the lighting stage and
automatically goes to the power level set before the last
shutdown, which is shown on the display (for example,
PWR>MEDIUM).
The burner is managed with the room temperature probe: on
reaching the set room temperature, it switches to the economy
mode (the display shows the message ECON.) and restarts
when the room temperature falls.
The fan delivering hot air in the room switches on when the air in
the boiler exceeds 40 °C. Fan speed increases gradually as the
boiler temperature increases or, manually, by programming it on
the electronic controller.
If, after a couple hours’ operation, the glass starts to go black,
or the pellets fall out or the stove shuts down, this means that
the pellets used are not of the recommended type (for pellet
characteristics, see chap. 1.16), or that the combustion air in
insufficient (make sure the combustion fan is not dirty).
Therefore a few operations are necessary to eliminate the
problem (see par. 1.7.10).
If the stove still fails to light, carry out the operations described in
chap. “troubleshooting”.
Approximately every 30 minutes an automatic cleaning
cycle of 2 minutes is carried out, with pellet feed at
minimum and combustion air at maximum (the display
shows the message HOP. 3 and the corresponding LED
lights up).
IMPORTANT!
Remember that the combustion fan pipe must not be
longer than 50 cm (see chap. 2.2).
MESSAGES APPEARING ON THE DISPLAY DURING OPERATION
PWR > HOP. 1
initial cleaning (first lighting)
PWR > PELL. 1
automatic loading of pellets in burn pot for ignition (first lighting)
PWR > IGNIT. 1
stage when the electrical element heats up to ignite the pellets (first lighting)
PWR > STAB. 1
pellet ignition and flame stabilisation stage, wait 10 minutes (first ignition)
PWR > MIN
minimum power
PWR > MED
medium power
PWR > MAX
maximum power
PWR > ECON.
economy stage
PWR > HOP. 3
burn pot cleaning stage
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1.7 New-generation simplified electronic controller
1.7.4 Quick menu
BUTTONS
Various electronic controller settings can be managed for fireplace operation from the Quick Menu.
To access the Quick Menu, press and scroll with the button:
SET HOURS-DAY
*
*
Setting current day and time and chronothermostat activation/deactivation.
> Monday 08.31
CHRONOTHERM. = EXCLUDED
POWER SET
*
*
Setting power in pellet mode.
> Medium
Max Medium Min
SET AMBIENT
*
*
Setting room temperature.
> 25.5 °C
Max = 35.0
*
Min = 5.0
SET COMB. AIR %
*
Setting combustion air for pellets having different characteristics
> 00 %
Max = +20
Min = -10
SET PELLET %
*
*
Setting quantity for pellets having different characteristics
> 00 %
Max = +20
*
Min = -10
AMB. AIR FAN MODE *
> man
Man
*
Aut
SET AIR FAN SPEED *
Setting automatic or manual fan operation; when selecting MAN the fan speed can be adjusted from 1 to 35
on the “SET AIR FAN SPEED” screen. When the temperature of the air in the boiler exceeds the safety
limit, the fan starts automatically at maximum speed to eliminate the heat.
> 20
Max = 35
*
Min = 1
SET AIR WOOD
*
Setting combustion air in wood mode
> 0
Max = 35
*
Min = 0
LANGUAGE SET
*
Setting the required language.
> English
IT FR ESP ENG DE
The set data is automatically stored.
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1.7 New-generation simplified electronic controller
1.7.5 Setting power levels in pellet mode
In pellet mode, the stove can be set to the following power levels, which are shown on the display:
PWR > max
maximum power
PWR > medium
medium power (power level recommended for optimum performance)
PWR > min
minimum power
PWR > econ.
economy power (activated automatically when the set room temperature is reached, seepar. 1.7.6)
To increase the power, enter the Quick Menu.
Press MODIFY repeatedly to scroll until the display shows
”POWER SET”.
Then use the buttons
to increase or decrease.
To return to the main menu, press ESC.
BUTTONS
+
modify
-
esc
1.7.6 Setting room temperature in pellet mode
To maintain the required room temperature, the Foghet is
equipped with a room temperature probe that automatically
controls burner operation. When the set room temperature is
reached, the burner automatically switches to economy mode
(ECON.), and when the room temperature falls, the burner
restarts at the preset power level.
To set the required room temperature, when the operation
status screen is displayed, press MODIFY repeatedly until
”SET AMBIENT” appears.
Then use the buttons
temperature as required.
BUTTONS
modify
+
12
-
to increase or decrease the room
1.7 New-generation simplified electronic controller
1.7.7 Silencing an alarm
Press the button TEST until the alarm is reset. Fireplace
operation is restored.
BUTTONS
If the alarm does not reset and the message ”TO SEE
ALARMS” flashes on the display press the buttons ESC and
to enter “ALARMS MANAGEMENT” (without code) and keep
the button TEST pressed until the alarm is cancelled, not before
having eliminated the problem that caused the alarm.
esc
-
on
summer
1.7.8 Summer ventilation
BUTTONS
To use the stove for summer ventilation of rooms, proceed as
follows:
Switch on the electronic controller by pressing ON.
Press the Summer button and check that the corresponding
LED is lit.
*
>
AMB. AIR FAN MODE. *
man
Man
SET AIR FAN SPEED
>
20
Max = 35
Then, with the buttons
Aut
*
Min = 0
To enable fan activation, enter the Quick Menu with the MODIFY button and scroll by pressing it
repeatedly until the display shows “AMB. AIR FAN MODE”
*
, select manual operation, setting “MAN”
To increase or decrease the air delivery, scroll by pressing MODIFY repeatedly until the display
shows “SET AIR FAN SPEED”
Then, with the buttons
, increase or decrease the air delivery as required.
NOTE!
If the stove is set to Summer mode, AUTOMATIC PELLET IGNITING IS NOT POSSIBLE.
1.7.9 Humidifier use
The fireplace has an incorporated manual-filling humidifier.
The water must be added in the stove at the special filling point
(max. capacity: 1 litre).
Remove the cap on the left of the front grille (Fogo model), or on
the right of the single unit (Foghea model, as shown in the figure),
and fill; the humidifier is full when the water reaches the level.
Do not overfill, since the spilling of excess water can
damage the fan.
Foghea, single unit
without cladding:
humidifier filling point
IMPORTANT!
It is advisable to use the plastic container supplied. Balsamic essences can be added to the water to perfume the air.
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1.7.10 Eliminating problems regarding combustion
If the pellets do not burn well after having installed the stove correctly and thoroughly cleaned the burn pot, boiler body, flue and
outside air inlets (this could be due to the use of pellets having different characteristics from those with which the stove was tested,
therefore it is advisable to only use pellets of the recommended type), the pellet feed and combustion air can be adjusted to obtain
the correct combustion ratio and optimum efficiency.
The various steps to be carried out are given below (the fireplace must be set to medium power).
• Adjustingcombustionair
• Adjustingpelletquantity
To set the combustion air, when the operation status screen
is displayed, press MODIFY repeatedly until “SET COMB. AIR
%” appears.
To set the pellet quantity, when the operation status screen is
displayed, press MODIFY repeatedly until “SET PELLET %”
appears.
Increase or reduce within the range -10% to +20% with the
buttons
.
Increase or reduce within the range -10% to +20% with the
buttons
.
BUTTONS
+
modify
-
1.7.11 Electronic component test
Switch off the electronic controller by pressing OFF.
Press the button TEST, holding it down for a few seconds; the electronic controller will activate the selected part.
Check the part being tested.
To skip a part test, press ESC.
Press OK if the part functions; the electronic controller automatically goes to the next part.
BUTTONS
OFF
off
test
esc
NOTE!
If any of the parts tested does not function, contact the Technical Assistance Service.
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1.7.12 Chronothermostat
• Settingcurrentdayandtime(to be done only the first time and at every summer/winter-time change)
* CHRONOTHERMOSTAT *
Programme = 01
Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su
ON = 06.00 OFF = 09.30
*
>
SET HOURS-DAY
Tuesday
*
A. Press
to exit the operation status screen and enter the Quick Menu.
B. Press
to enter the menu “SET HOURS - DAY”. The current day starts flashing.
08.31
CHRONOTHERM. = EXCLUDED
*
>
SET HOURS-DAY
Tuesday
*
07.31
C. Set the days with
then press
use the same procedure to set the minutes.
At the end of setting, press
CHRONOTHERM. = EXCLUDED
to switch to the hours and set with
;
twice to exit.
Up to 50 lightings and shutdowns in the space of the week can be programmed (each programme number corresponds to one lighting
and shutdown with time and days of the week to be set). The programmes can be set at different times. A programme corresponds
to a fixed lighting/shutdown time for one or more days of the week. The chronothermostat can be disabled, keeping the programmed
times stored.
DISPLAY Example of programme setting
* CHRONOTHERMOSTAT *
Programme = 01
Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su
ON = 06.00 OFF = 09.30
Lighting and shutdown
programme
Lighting
Lighting time
Programme number
Shutdown
Days of the week
Shutdown time
NOTE!
The data can only be set when flashing.
• Programmesetting (hourly, weekly)
* CHRONOTHERMOSTAT *
Programme = 01
Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su
ON = 06.00 OFF = 09.30
1. Press
to exit the operation status screen.
> DISPLAY
2. Press
4 times to shift the cursor to ”CHRONOTHERMOSTAT”.
3. Press
to enter the chronothermostat submenu.
4. Press
to select the number of the programme to be set, and to go to day selection.
>
ALARM MANAGEMENT
MANUAL DRIVES
SET UP
>
> CHRONOTHERMOSTAT
* CHRONOTHERMOSTAT *
PROGRAMME = 01 Mo
Tu We Th Fr Sa Su
ON = 06.00 OFF = 09.30
CHRONOTHERMOSTAT *
PROGRAMME = 01
Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su
ON = 06.00 OFF = 09.30
*
* CHRONOTHERMOSTAT *
PROGRAMME =
01
__ Tu We Th Fr Sa Su
ON = 11.00 OFF = 14.30
5. Press
to select and scroll the programme operation days starting from Monday; for each day,
confirm by pressing
or cancel by pressing
.
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1.7.12 Chronothermostat
* CHRONOTHERMOSTAT *
PROGRAMME = 01 __ Tu
We Th Fr Sa Su
ON = 12.00 OFF = 14.30
6. Press
to select the lighting time and set it with
.
* CHRONOTHERMOSTAT *
PROGRAMME = 01 __ Tu
We Th Fr Sa Su
ON = 12.00 OFF = 14.30
7. Press
to select the lighting minutes and set them with
* CHRONOTHERMOSTAT *
PROGRAMME = 01 __ Tu
We Th Fr Sa Su
ON = 12.30 OFF = 15.00
8. Press
to select shutdown time and set it with
* CHRONOTHERMOSTAT *
PROGRAMME = 01 __ Tu
We Th Fr Sa Su
ON = 12.00 OFF = 15.00
9. Press
to select to the shutdown minutes and set them with
.
.
.
Programme setting is completed.
• Chronothermostatprogrammemanagement(each programme number corresponds to a lighting and shutdown with time and
days of the week to be set)
-
To go to another programme number press
or
when the number 01 flashes (see point 4).
To add other programmes, set other numbers (Example programme: 02, 03, 04….) repeating the operations from point 4 to 9.
To change the times or the days of the programmes, repeat the operations from point 4 to 9.
To cancel a programme, repeat the operations from point 1 to 3, and carry out the operation of point 10.
CHRONOTHERMOSTAT *
PROGRAMME = 02
Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su
ON = 06.00 OFF = 09.30
*
CHRONOTHERMOSTAT *
PROGRAMME = 02
__ __ __ __ __ __ __
ON = 06.00 OFF = 09.30
*
10.Press
keep
and, with the selected programme number flashing,
pressed until the set lighting days are reset.
• Endofchronothermostatsettingoperation
11.Press
twice to exit chronothermostat setting.
> CHRONOTHERMOSTAT
12.Press
4 times to shift the cursor to”DISPLAY”.
> DISPLAY
13.Press
to return to the main screen.
>
* CHRONOTHERMOSTAT *
PROGRAMME = 02 Mo
Tu We Th Fr Sa Su
ON = 12.30 OFF = 15.00
>
ALARM MANAGEMENT
MANUAL DRIVES
SET UP
• Chronothermostatactivationordeactivation
*
>
SET HOURS-DAY
Tuesday
*
14.Press
to select the Quick Menu item ”SET HOURS-DAY”.
15.Press
and then
08.31
CHRONOTHERM. = EXCLUDED
*
>
SET HOURS-DAY
Tuesday
08.31
CHRONOTHERM. = ACTIVE
*
Press
to activate or
3 times so that the setting flashes.
to exclude. Press
twice at the end of programming.
NOTE!
• Every programme set on the chronothermostat will be used by the electronic controller.
• To enable the chronothermostat the electronic controller must be ON, set to pellet mode, and the chronothermostat must be activated from
the Quick Menu.
• Chronothermostat operation is subordinate to the current time and day setting.
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1.7.13 Lighting in wood mode
Before lighting the wood fireplace, a few preliminary operations are necessary:
1. Clean the fire bed and empty the ash pan.
2. Open the damper, turning the knob it until the notch is aligned with IIII (see pag. 19).
3. Move the cast iron grate over the pellet burner.
Cast iron grate
4. Open the grille positioned on the ash pan.
5. Open the Caldo Control by pulling the lever.
6. Check that the controller is set to Winter mode (for heating, the corresponding LED must be lit).
7. Check that the controller is set to wood mode otherwise the fireplace will light in pellet mode (the
corresponding LED must be lit).
8. Press ON.
9. Load the wood and light the fire.
10. Close the door.
Ash pan
• Automatic switching from wood to pellet mode
With wood mode set, press the button WOOD again (the corresponding LED flashes) to activate
automatic switching from wood to pellet mode. When the wood is finished and the boiler water
temperature falls below the set limit, the burner starts automatically after 30 minutes.
Cast iron grate
Caldo Control
BUTTONS
IMPORTANT!
To switch automatically from wood to pellets, you need
to position the flue damper on III and it is required to
set the mode SET AIR WOOD “, in the quick menu on
the speed level 2.
winter
wood
on
Before making the final charge of wood, you should
remove, with the poker, the ashes laying on the
rear grid, this to allow the pellet flame to spread,
temporarily the burner can work with the grid lying
above the basket.
ON
For correct operation in wood mode, it is suggested to set “SET
AIR WOOD” function to the value 2 in the Quick menu.
Fireplace output and load burn time are regulated by the
amount of combustion air; to adjust the amount, adjust the
primary air of the ash pan (opening or closing the grille).
passage when the air reaches a temperature of around 70°C.
To obtain a heating power of 23.2 kW, it is necessary to burn
6-7 kg of wood per hour.
WARNING!
The fireplace has an automatic draught adjustment by means
of the CALDO CONTROL (also adjustable manually), which
operates the damper to reduce the primary combustion air
NEVER LIGHT THE FIREPLACE IN WOOD MODE
WITHOUT THE POWER CONNECTED.
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1.7.14 Service
In the “QUICK MENU” a voice “HOUR COUNTER” has been add and it visulises:
-Ordinary maintenance hours: the missing hours to the
maintenance the customer has to do (see cleaning fireplace).
-Extraordinary maintenance hours: the missing hours to
the extraordinay maintenance to be done by the technical
assistance centre once per year (by a functioning of 10 hours
per days).
-Total function hours: the global working hours.
To reset the signal for ordinary maintenance hours in the
VISUALISATION MENU, enter the quick menu and press
button TEST till reinstatement of the hours.
ARIE
79°c
PROBE
ROOM Í 23.6°c
SMOKE Í 91°c
PWR Í MIN
To reset the EXTRAORDINARY MAINTENANCE call the
technical assistance centres to make the periodical check.
ORDINARY SERVICE
HOUR COUNTER
*
missing hours to ord. maint.=
*
300
missing hours to extraord.maint.=3000
total working hours=
0
ARIE Í _ _°c
ROOM Í off
PROBE
SMOKE Í 26°c
PWR Í MEDIUM
EXTRAORDINARY SERVICE
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1.8 Optimising combustion and damper use
This fireplace/boiler offers excellent performance. When using pellets, for optimum operation without overloading the burner respect the
following rules, making use of the “pellet feed control”.
Step 1: manually load a small quantity of pellets using the
command on the electronic controller (see Fig. 1). Do not
exceed the recommended quantity and make sure the burn pot
is secured by forcing it with the special screw.
Fig. 2
2 cm
Fig. 1
Step 2: carry out lighting. At the end of automatic loading, in
the electrical element lighting stage, the quantity of pellets must
never exceed the level indicated (see Fig. 2) in order to avoid
violent ignition.
Fig. 3
Fig. 5
Step 3: adjust the quantity of pellets according to their type and
size using the feed control (see Fig. 3) and respecting the weights
given in the technical data; set the electronic controller to medium
power; close the damper and the Caldo Control; set the combustion
air and the pellets to 0%. The flame should be as in Fig. 4. While
burning, the pellets must always remain below the upper holes of
the burn pot and the flame must be clear.
Fig. 4
Step 4: when unburned fuel remains in the burn pot, use the
pointed end of the poker to break up the encrustations and then
the flat part to remove it and clean the combustion air holes
(see Fig. 5).
Fig. 6
Step 5: in case of incorrect combustion or lighting problems,
clean the burn pot, following the procedure in the quick
reference notice.
Step 6: at least once per week or about every 60 hours
of operation, remove the upper baffle and clean it. The
combustion air percentage (%) must not be set below
-5%, to avoid possible spontaneous combustion, dirtying
the boiler excessively and blackening the glass (see Fig. 6).
• Using the damper
The damper can be set to 4 positions: I, II,III and IIII. It allows the correct adjustment of combustion according to flue draught (which also
varies according to atmospheric conditions). The user should become familiar with damper use in order to optimise fireplace operation. To
adjust the damper:
• turn the knob until the notch is in the desired position.
CLOSED POSITION (I):
Operation in pellet mode only (with optimum draught)
ADVICE
HALF-CLOSED POSITION (II o III):
• During first lighting with pellets
• For automatic switching from wood to pellets
• Operation in pellet mode with smoke on lighting and/or
glass very dirty
•
If smoke escapes even when
opening the door slowly, with
damper open and the flue
complying with that given in
chap. 2.1, the precut part of the
smoke baffle shown in the figure
can be removed.
Operating with a small quantity of wood.
OPEN POSITION (IIII):
• Wood mode
• Operation in pellet mode with non-optimum draught
Carefuladjustmentofthedamperisall-importantforcorrectfireplaceoperation.
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1.9 Advice and warnings
The hot air fan must be activated with the fireplace lit, as the “FOGHET” is a very powerful heat exchanger fireplace. The fan switches on
automatically only when the air temperature is approx. 40° C. If the electronic controller is switched off, the fan is automatically activated
when 120°C is reached, to prevent dangerous overheating. Therefore, NEVER OPERATE THE FIREPLACE/STOVE WITHOUT THE
POWER CONNECTED.
WARNING!
WARNING!
In case of a power failure or voltage rushes, some
electrical components could be damaged if the
fireplace is on and loaded with lots of wood. In case of
a power failure, to reduce the heat close the damper,
Caldo Control and the shutter on the ash pan; if it is still
too high, remove a few pieces of wood. The combustion
fan must be cleaned at least once a year. Only use
original replacement parts; original replacement parts
are available from authorised dealers and Assistance
Centres, or directly from JOLLY-MEC.
DO NOT TOUCH any parts of the firebox not covered by
the cladding, except the handles and controls, as they
can become very hot.
The room where the fireplace is installed must not
communicate directly with stair wells; no other boilers,
flues, stoves, fireplaces or air extractors must be in the
same room (excluded of the type “C” according to UNI
10683).
Ensure an outside air inlet of Ø 150 mm in the room,
connected to the stove.
When purchasing firewood, it is advisable to vary the sizes;
a length of 30/32 cm is ideal for quick lighting, and long
burn times, if the quality of the wood is good; efficiency and
functionality will also be optimum.
If the glass becomes very dirty (blackening) during operation
with pellets, the causes may be:
some parts at the next lighting.
Only use recommended fuels, otherwise the warranty will be
invalidated.
Every 5-10 qtl of pellets loaded in the hopper, check and remove
any sawdust deposited on the bottom. (sawdust reduces in feed
screw capacity and creates fireplace operation problems).
The firebox must always be closed, except when loading fuel,
to prevent smoke escaping
Check for any obstructions in the flue and the outside air inlets
before lighting the stove after a long period of disuse
Do not use the fireplace as an incinerator. Only use
recommended fuels.
The firebox cannot be modified; any unauthorised modification
automatically invalidates the warranty and relieves the
Manufacture of any liability
Do not place the fireplace in direct contact with combustible
materials; the minimum distance to be respected is 20 cm.
Regular and methodical maintenance is all-important for correct
operation and maximum efficiency.
• Poor flue draught (clean the flue, or check its characteristics)
• Insufficient combustion air (increase the air by means of the
combustion fan)
• Non-use of the second door (optional)
• The quantity of pellets entering the burn pot (this depends on the
type of pellets used) is different from that given in the technical
data (par. 1.3). Check the hourly pellet consumption at medium
power and adjust the delivery by means of the feed control.
In the case of ignition with quantity of pellets greater than that
indicated on chap. 1.8, contact the Technical Assistance
Service.
To obtain a heating power of 23.2 kW, it is necessary to burn
5-6 kg of wood or 4-5 kg of pellets per hour.
Never light the fireplace, in particular in wood mode, without the
power supply connected.
If pellets have not been used for a long time (spring-summer),
the hopper, in feed screw and burn pot must be completely
emptied with the aid of a vacuum cleaner, then clean thoroughly
to prevent residual pellets from forming a lump and damaging
MORE CLEANING = MORE EFFICIENCY
This is a hight performance insert obtained by closed doors. In
case of opening and no perfect draftl conditions in the chimney
(12Pa), there could be smoke puff exit. In case you need to
charge wood remember to oper the damper control to avoid it
and to reposition the damper after the operation.
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1.10 Cleaning the fireplace
Initially, for a few days during operation with pellets, check the burn pot to determine how often it needs cleaning. Before any cleaning,
always turn off the main switch and make sure the fireplace is cold.
• Cleaning the burn pot
Fig. 1
Removing the burn pot after loosening the locking screw with the
special wrench. Carefully clean all the air holes in the burn pot
with a pointed tool.Make sure the burn pot support is clean (if the
burn pot is not correctly positioned and air escapes, the stove will
A
not light or operate properly; smoke could also enter the pellet
hopper).
Position the burn pot correctly, pushing it to the left by means
B
of the locking screw located on the right side of the burn pot
container (make sure to tighten the screw).
• InstallationandCleaningoftheSmokeDeflector
2
The smoke deflector is delivered disassembled inside the fireplace, so you must first proceed to install it correctly following
picture Fig.1.
The device has to be hung at the round supports located at the
rear of the fireplace (A) and secured by means of a pin inserted
on the front (B).
The system is designed such as to make an easier cleaning to
be done according to several factors, such as: the actual use (at
least once per week or about every 60 hours of operation), the
type of fuel used, the draw of the smoke pipe as well as weather
conditions, so that the passage of the fumes is saved from any
clogging caused by backflow of the same fumes in the room.
When the fireplace is running, the tilting piece of the deflector
must be closed (pos.1 upwards); so the locking lever has to be
hooked into the slot provided for this purpose (pos. 2).
During the cleaning of the deflector, this tilting part has to be
slightly raised in order to unhook the lever out of its location
(Fig. 2).
Once the lifter is unhooked, let tumble the tilting part several
types to let drop the ash dust (Fig. 3), and then reposition it (as
per Fig.1), while ensuring that the locking lever is well hooked
in its slot.
• Cleaning the glass
1
Fig. 2
When using the fireplace in pellet mode, clean the glass every
day with a damp sponge or a paper towel. If the glass becomes
dirty with black smoke, clean the burn pot or increase the
combustion air. When operating in wood mode, use specific
products. Do not use aggressive cleaning products that could
damage the paintwork.
If the fireplace requires more frequent cleaning, check the flue
draught and make sure the smoke baffle is clean (the minimum
draught must be 12 Pascal; do not use the stove if the draught
is less than the specified value).
• Cleaning the ash pan
Fig. 3
• Cleaning the fireplace body
Remove the wood guard, cast iron grates and burn pot. Using
the flue brush and brush supplied, clean the corrugated sheet,
making sure the soot falls into the ash pan. Empty the ash pan
and carefully clean the box.
If necessary, use a vacuum cleaner to remove soot and ash.
Clean the pellet burn pot with a wire brush and a pointed tool.
Refit all parts correctly.
• Cleaning the flue
Empty periodically when necessary.
The ash drawer has a locking device to prevent the sudden
openings in case of violent firing, but allowing however the vent.
Lift up the tray to remove it, while, to put it, simply push it into
its seat.
Routine flue cleaning depends on the draught, fireplace use,
weather conditions and the type of wood or pellets used.
It is mandatory to clean the flue every year, by a specialised
technician once a year, in autumn before lighting the fireplace.
• Cleaning the pellet hopper
Every 500-1000 kg of pellets burned, empty the hopper and
remove any sawdust deposited on the bottom. Carefully clean
the bottom of the hopper.
In case of long idle periods, empty the hopper and the in feed
screw.
• Cleaning the fans
NOTE: During normal
functioning, check that the
ash drawer is closed (against
the structure of the fireplace
and not against the security
plate).
Once a year remove the combustion fan and remove all dust
and dirt from the blades.
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1.11 Parts that can be removed to clean the stove
1
2
3
4
5
6
Cleaning tools supplied
Flue brush
Burn pot cleaning tool
Shovel
Poker
22
Small brush
1
Cast iron grates
2
Pellet burn pot
3
Ash pan
4
Smoke baffle
5
Fire bed
6
Wood guard and removable
door support (curved front
model only)
1.12 Fan removal
The fan must be cleaned at least once a year: blow the rotor with compressed air to remove the dust and dirt that could unbalance it
causing noise and/or problems .
1
Steps to be carried out for removing and
cleaning the fan :
3
2
1 D
isconnect the power by means of the
omnipolar switch
2 Remove the wood guard
3 Remove the two cast iron grates
4 Remove the fire bed
5 Remove the ash pan;
4
6 R
emove the burn pot (undo the fixing
screw on the right side)
6
5
7 R
emove the burn pot holder (undo 3 M6
screws and pull it out towards the right,
forcing a little because it is stuck with
silicone)
8 R
emove the plate under the ash pan
after undoing the fixing screws (Fig.1)
7
8
After removing these parts, the fireplace appears as in Fig.1
8. Remove the plate under the ash pan after undoing the fixing screws (Fig.1)
9. Detach the fan electrical connections
10. Undo the two fan fixing screws with an 8mm wrench (Fig.2)
11. Remove the fan from the rear support (Fig. 3)
12. Carefully clean the fan, blowing the blades with compressed air (attention: it can become unbalanced)
13. Refit the fan by tightening the two screws with the 8mm wrench
14. Reconnect the electrical cables, switch on and check that the fan works properly
(select Summer mode and activate the fan in manual)
15. Screw the plate under the ash pan
16. Seal the burn pot holder support with high temperature silicone and retighten the 3 M6 screws.
17. Refit the pellet burn pot, ash pan, fire bed, the two cast iron grates and the wood guard.
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
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1.13 Troubleshooting
WARNING!
Do not use the fireplace if the draught is not regular and combustion is not optimum!
PROBLEM
CAUSE AND/OR CURE
The electronic controller does not
switch on
• Check for possible power supply or mains problems.
• Check that the green connector of the display is correctly connected at the rear.
• The electronic controller is faulty.
No pellets enter the burn pot
• The electronic controller is in wood mode. Select pellet mode.
• The pellets are finished, refill the hopper.
• Damp pellet blocked into the gear motor
The in feed screw does not rotate
• The in feed screw is blocked by pellets that are too hard (only use pellets of the recommended type); free
the in feed screw by turning the pin protruding from the burner casing.
• The gear motor is not powered (check and eliminate the causes).
• Motor relay CLOCKED IN OPENING =BROKEN : replace it on the mother card.
• The gear motor does not turn even though powered (remove the gear motor, free the in feed screw with
a screwdriver and refit the gear motor).
• The motor turns but the in feed screw does not move. Replace the gear motor (broken gears).
The stove does not
automatically in pellet mode
light • Summer mode is set.
• The burn pot is dirty. Clean it thoroughly and refit correctly.
• The burn pot is not correctly positioned. Reposition and clamp it, tightening the locking screw with the
special wrench supplied
• The electrical element is faulty; replace the electrical element. In the meantime, light the stove manually
using firelighters (or similar products).
The pellets burn poorly forming • The quantity of pellets fed into the burn pot at the various power levels does not comply with that given
in the Technical Data (see chap. 1.3). Check and correct.
incompletely combusted residue
in the burn pot, the glass gets very • Insufficient flue draught (do not use the stove, it could be dangerous). Clean the flue and the stove
thoroughly.
dirty and turns black
• Pellet burn pot dirty. Clean it. Burning pot in a wrong position (see chap 1.13 page 26)
• Pellets damp. Replace with dry pellets.
• Insufficient combustion air; check that the combustion fan pipe is unobstructed and clean the fan.
• Insufficient combustion air setting. Increase the setting in the SET COMB. AIR function in the Quick
Menu.
At minimum power, the fireplace • Too much sawdust on the bottom of the hopper. Empty the hopper and refill with new pellets. (every
always goes off because not
500-1000 kg of pellets loaded, empty the hopper and remove all the sawdust deposited on the bottom).
enough pellets are fed
• Increase the pellet feed in the SET PELLET % function in the Quick Menu.
At minimum power, the fireplace • Reduce the pellet flow rate in the SET PELLET % function in the Quick Menu.
always goes off because too many • Increase the combustion air.
pellets are fed and do not burn
When the hot air fan starts, the
flame is considerably reduced
• Make sure the outside air inlet complies with the indications given, and that it is clean.
• Make sure the fan ducting complies with the indications given, and that it is clean.
When the hot air fan speed
increases, there is smell of smoke
in the room
•
•
•
•
Check the seal of the fire bed plate under the ash pan.
Make sure the flue is properly connected to the fireplace and that there are no smoke leaks.
Make sure the outside air inlet complies with the indications given, and that it is clean.
Make sure the fan ducting complies with the indications given, and that it is clean.
Smoke escapes when the door is • If the fireplace is installed in a room in communication with a stairwell, with major depression that exists
in the local, close off the stairwell by installing a door.
opened, the pellets burn poorly,
or the glass gets dirty (particularly • There are other appliances that use room air, creating low pressure. Use the fireplace when the other
appliances are off (excluded of the type “C” according to UNI 10683).
when used with wood)
• The outside air inlets and/or the flue are partially or completely obstructed. Clean or remove the
obstructions. Air inlet and/or canalisations not correctly done.
• Clean the Smoke Deflector (see chap.1.10)
• Insufficient flue draught: there are horizontal sections or 90° bends, or the chimney cap is located
under the ridge of the roof (installation errors). Remove the precut part from the smoke baffle
(see chap. 1.8); replace the horizontal sections with sections at 45°; raise the chimney cap, or fit an
antiwind cap.
• Check that the flue conforms to the indications given in chap. 2.1, clean the flue and smoke baffle, open
the damper, open the door slowly. If after these operations smoke still comes out, eliminate the precut
part of the smoke baffle (see chap. 1.8).
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1.13 Troubleshooting
PROBLEM
CAUSE AND/OR CURE
• In feed screw relay blocked. Cut off electricity and substitute it on the mother boeard or replace the
mother board complete.
The in feed screw load
authomatically pellet even by wood
or in OFF working conditions
• Mainelectroniccontrolleralarms
PROBLEM
CAUSE AND/OR CURE
No pellets
• Thefireplace hopper (or supplementary hopper) is empty. Add pellets.
Boiler overheating
• The air temperature is too high. The pellets burner go out. Check and clean.
Fume probe
• Fume temperature probe faulty or not properly connected. Check the connection or replace the probe.
Boiler probe
• Air temperature probe in fireplace faulty or not properly connected. Check the connection or replace the
probe.
Room probe
• Room temperature probe faulty or not properly connected. Check the connection or replace the probe.
Ignition attempt failed
• Empty the burn pot, check the gear motor and the electrical element. Try lighting again.
Fire fan
• In case of allarm “Smoking Fan” on the display and the LED is on A and the insert swith off (or stove),
Fig. 1
A
B
because of bad draft.
First of all be sure the chimney respects the law and the technical manuals characteristics; it has to be
free and clean, thant oper the damper control and theat pipe B is not brocken and correctly assembled.
Call the technical assistance centre.
• Blown fuse. Check and replace.
• Safety thermostat activated. Empty the ash pan and clean the surface under it. Wait until the stove has
cooled then try again. Check the chimnay pull, the air inlet and reduce the fan velocity by wood. wait for
cooling and try again.
• Combustion fan faulty. Contact the Technical Assistance Service.
WARNING!
For alarms different from those listed, persistent problems or other problems not described above, contact the Technical
Assistance Service.
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1.13Troubleshooting
For proper operation pellet combustion and to avoid problems, follow the instructions below.
If working with pellet the fireplace / stove does not lit, please
do the following instructions :
1. Remove the burn pot, loosening the locking screw with the
wrench supplied or pliers.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
2. Clean and scrape the sides, clean all the holes.
3. Clean the burn pot chamber.
4. Refit the burn pot, paying attention to the pellet feed hole.
5. Make sure the upper flange is perfectly positioned on the
support surface.
6. Secure the burning pot with the locking screw using a
wrench or pliers by always checking the pot is perfectly
positioned on the support surface.
7. Using the special key or a nail, make sure the hole in the
burn pot and in the hopper are aligned.
8. Press the button to manually load the fireplace until
the pellets start entering
9. Before pressing the ignition button make sure the burn pot
is empty except for just a few pellets on the bottom (Fig. 8).
Never light the fireplace if there are more pellets.
The FIREPLACE can now be lit.
10.Press the ON button on the electronic controller (Fig. 9) to
light the fireplace.
11.On pressing the ignition button, the electronic controller
AUTOMATICALLY loads pellets up to 2 cm below the rim of
the burn pot (Fig. 10); the electrical element then starts the
pellet igniting stage.
11.
IMPORTANT!
If the lighting cycle fails again, contact the Technical Assistance Service.
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1.14 Optionals
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
10
19
11
12
20
13
21
14
15
22
16
17
23
1 Stainless steel meat grill with removable handle (320x190x100 mm)
15 Y connection for Ø 100 mm aluminium pipes
2 O
utlet for aluminium pipe with adjustable closure for air 180x120 mm
3 Grille for outside air inlet 230x230 mm
16 T connection for Ø 100 mm aluminium pipes
4 Automatic closure box for outside inlet
18 Ø 100 mm and Ø 150 mm pipe clamps
9
18
24
17 Rock wool mat
5 Connection for automatic closure box
19 Side door for pellet feed and maintenance (various sizes)
6 Connection for Ø 150 mm rigid pipe
20 Side door for maintenance (various sizes - two required)
7 Universal flue connection
21 H
older set complete with spring and shovel, for placing second door (for
curved front model only), wood guard and stove cleaning accessories
(standard)
22 Second flap door to facilitate cleaning (for curved front model only)
8 Ø 150 mm double-wall flexible stainless steel flue
9 Ø 150 mm smooth stainless steel flue
10MF connection for Ø 150 mm double-wall flexible pipe
23 Hood vent grille 400x100 mm
11Joint for Ø 100 mm aluminium pipes
24 Ø 80 mm aluminium ducting for combustion air fan
1290° bend, Ø 150 mm rigid pipe
1345° bend, Ø 150 mm rigid pipe
14 Ø 100 - 120 mm flexible aluminium pipe (ducting air)
• To fit the removable flap door (optional for curved front model only)
•Open the outer door.
•Insert the pins of the removable door in the
holes obtained in the support, pushing it to
one side.
•Close the removable door using the poker,
engaging it with the hook provided at the top
right.
•Close the outer door.
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1.15 Larger capacity supplementary pellet hoppers
For a longer burn time, it is possible to install a supplementary pellet hopper, available in various capacities according to needs. The
pellets can be conveyed in two ways: with an in feed screw or with a pneumatic feed system.
• Pellet hopper with pneumatic feed
Example of larger capacity pellet hopper placed in a room distant from the Foghet, with pneumatic conveyance system.
NOTE!
Max. conveyance distance:
20 metres
Max. height:
6 metres.
Larger capacity
pellet hopper
(100 l, 400 l or 700 l)
Special lid
Flexible PVC
pipes (Ø 50 mm)
Standard pellet hopper,
46 kg capacity
Pneumatic
conveyance fan
Safety
device with filter
Pneumatic conveyance
controller
• Pellet hopper with in feed screw
Example with larger capacity pellet hopper placed in a room adjacent to the fireplace.
NOTE!
The downward inclination of
the pellet conveyance pipe
(PVC) must never be less than
45°.
Pellet in feed screw
with gear motor
Ø 63 mm PVC connection pipes
Standard pellet hopper,
46 kg capacity
Larger capacity
pellet hopper
(400 l or 700 l)
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1.16 Pellet quality
IMPORTANT!
THE QUALITY OF THE PELLETS IS VERY IMPORTANT. PLEASE READ THE NEXT PAGE CAREFULLY.
It is important to select pellets that are free of dirt and impurities.
The Pellet Producers’ Association has established standards for
producers of wood pellets. Ask your. dealer for the best type of
pellets.
JOLLY-MEC CAMINETTI S.p.A. recommends using the same
type of pellets as those used to test the stove, as combustion
parameters vary from pellets to pellets.
JOLLY-MEC CAMINETTI S.p.A. declines any liability for
malfunctioning, faults or problems due to the use of nonrecommended pellets.
Stove performance depends very much on the type and
quality of the wood pellets used. The efficiency and heating
capacity of the stove will vary according to the quality of the
wood pellets used.
As JOLLY-MEC CAMINETTI S.p.A. does not have control over
the quality of pellets used, it declines any liability for problems
caused by the use of non-recommended pellets.
STANDARD PELLET CHARACTERISTICS
Dust
1% max. through 3.2 mm screen
Density
640 kg/m3 min.
Dimensions
diameter 6 mm; max. length 25 to 40 mm
Ash content
1% max.
Moisture
8% max.
Heating power
4,9 kWh/kg
Store pellets at a distance of at least 1 m from the fireplace.
IMPORTANT!
Do not use pellets that are very hard and of different sizes:
the mechanical parts are sized and tested for use with pellets
having the above characteristics.
Any fault or malfunction due to the quality or quantity
of pellets used (see chap. 1.8) will not be covered by
the warranty.
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1.17 Installation and maintenance card use and keeping
• Card recipients
The installation and maintenance card is intended for users responsible for fireplace operation; particular attention must be paid the parts
concerning safety.
• Purpose of the card
The card contains information on the correct use of the fireplace, according to the purposes for which it was designed and built.
It also provides information on the weights, commissioning, repair and maintenance of the fireplace, all in conformity with the limits set
by the manufacturer, inside the card.
• Keeping the card
The installation and maintenance card is an integral part of the fireplace and must be kept until scrapping of the same.
It must be kept in a safe and dry place away from direct sunlight, and near the fireplace so that it is always readily available for reference.
If lost or damaged, the user should request a copy from the Manufacturer.
• Updating the card
The installation and maintenance card reflects the state of the art at the time the fireplace was marketed. The Manufacturer reserves the
right to make changes to the fireplace, and consequently to the relevant card, without having to update previous editions.
The user can always request information and updates which, when issued, become an integral part of the installation and maintenance
card.
If selling or transferring the fireplace, the user is requested to also give the new owner the card and in any case to inform the Manufacturer,
so that the new owner can receive subsequent supplements.
• Cases relieving the Manufacturer from liability
The Manufacturer is relieved from any liability in the following cases:
a) improper use of the fireplace.
b) use not envisaged by current regulations.
c) incorrect installation.
d) feed defects.
e) failure to carry out maintenance as prescribed.
f) unauthorised modifications or operations.
g) the use of non-original replacement parts or not specific to the model.
h) total or partial failure to follow the instructions.
i) exceptional events (e.g. breakage due to natural disasters).
j) damage caused by power failures, voltage rushes, electromagnetic fields.
k) the use of pellets with characteristics different from those recommended in this card.
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1.18 Ecological rules
1.18.1 WASTE MATERIALS AND DISPOSAL
The spare parts replaced during the life of the machine are considered waste and must be delivered to appropriate
collection centres or entrusted to an authorized disposal.
The ashes have to be placed in a metal container with lid off closure; till the embers extinguishes completely, the closed
container should be placed on a non-combustible surface and far away from combustible materials.
The ashes can be thrown into the container for organic waste, only when they are completely extinguished obviously
without nails or non-organic materials.
The natural wood ash (untreated wood), as a result of stoves or fireplaces combustion, is composed primarily of oxides
of calcium, silicon, potassium, magnesium. Therefore the ashes may be dispersed as fertilizer for plants or your garden
not exceeding annually 2.6 kg on the 10m ².
The disposal of the machine must comply with current laws and ‘environment.
RESPECT THE ENVIRONMENT!!!!
1.18.2 DISPOSAL OF THE MACHINE
The fireplace is mainly composed of ferrous materials, but may also contain:
• pipes
• Insulating materials
• electrical parts etc
• Refractory materials
At the end of the exploitation of the fireplace, do not discard in the environment, but:
• completely empty the circuit (if any existing)
• Remove the pipes (if any existing)
• Remove the plastic parts
• Remove the wires and electrical components
These materials must be disposed of, by specialized agencies or conceals the laws of the country where it is installed.
Also:
• blocking the moving parts
• make inefficient the locks of the doors
So give what is left of the fireplace agencies the disposal of ferrous materials.
NOTE: In handing agencies ferrous waste disposal, move the fireplace in accordance
with specifications in terms of safety.
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2.1Flue
and the formation of condensate. The same applies to the
section from the roof to the chimney cap.
For the connection between the fireplace and flue, or in the
presence of branches or bends, or for easier, quick and safe
installation, it is advisable to use double-wall stainless steel
pipes without insulation inside hoods. Non-combustible materials
resistant to the fumes and their possible condensate must be
used for installing the fume ducts.
The use of asbestos cement pipes to connect appliances to the
flue is prohibited.
The fume ducts must not cross rooms in which the installation
of combustion appliances is prohibited. The fume ducts must
be installed in such a way as to ensure fume tightness when
the fireplace is in negative pressure operating conditions and
to avoid the formation of condensate and its conveyance to
the unit.
Horizontal sections should be avoided as much as possible.
For exhaust pipes which must reach ceiling or wall outlets
that are not coaxial with respect to the fireplace fume outlet,
changes of direction must be made using open elbows not
exceeding 45° (see Fig. 1).
Do not use elements sloping in the other direction. The flue must
be designed allow removal of soot and brush cleaning. The
exhaust pipe must have a uniform cross section. Any changes
in section are only permitted at the generator outlet; reduction
adapters must not be used at the connection with the flue.
Do not route other air supply and system pipes inside the
exhaust pipes even if the latter are oversized.
Do not support the weight of the flue on the stove/fireplace
connection. Use special brackets or separate supports.
Other stoves, fireplaces, boilers or air extractors must not
be installed in the same room (excluded of the type “C”
according to UNI 10683).
Minimum height of exhaust pipe: 3 metres.
The flue is an all-important element for fireplace’s proper
functioning and must comply with the standards:
EN1856-1 -Fireplaces: requirements for metal fireplacesPart 1:Products for fireplace systems.
EN1856-2 -Fireplaces: requirements for metal fireplacesPart 2: Internal ducts and metal exhaust pipes
EN10683 -Installation requirements
The cross section of the flue must be that indicated in the
fireplace technical characteristics. Each stove must have its
own flue, which must not be shared by any other emissions
(fireplaces, boilers, stoves, etc.)
The dimensions of the flue depend on its height, to be measured
from the fireplace to the bottom of the chimney cap.
To ensure adequate draught, the fume outlet area of the cap
must be double the cross section area of the flue. The pipe
used to exhaust the fumes generated by the natural-draught
fireplace must:
- be fumetight, impermeable and adequately insulated
according the conditions of use (see UNI 9615).
- be made from materials able to withstand the normal
mechanical stresses, heat, and be resistant to the action of
fumes and possible condensate.
- be mainly vertical, with deviations from the axis not exceeding
45°.
- be installed at a suitable distance from combustible or
flammable materials, by an air gap or suitable insulation
- preferably have a round internal section: square or rectangular
sections must have rounded corners with radius of at least 20
mm.
- have a uniform, free and independent internal section.
- have the rectangular sections with a max. ratio between the
sides of 1.5:1.
An antiwind-type cap is advisable. If the flue is installed
externally, it must be insulated to prevent the cooling of fumes
Fig. 1
• Assembling instructions for flue
Fig. 2
Once the flue got insert in the foreseen connection fill the gap
with the sealing in outfit (see Fig. 2).
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2.2 Arrangement for electrical connections and air inlets with corner positioning
Electrical connections must be carried out by skilled personnel according to the regulations in force (CE 2006/95 and 2004/108).
The fan air inlet holes can also be moved provided they are inside the cladding. The hole for the hot air fan air inlet must be at least 20 cm from any other
air inlet.
Centre line
Outside air inlet connected
to the fan (compulsory)
A
Pellet burner fan suction
ducting (compulsory)
B
ø¯15
Air inlet for Caldo
Control (compulsory)
0
C
C
For better stove operation and
efficiency it is advisable to install
the automatic closure box on
the outside air inlet and connect
one side of the stove fan.
740
Minimum required distance
for removing the pellet burner
Room temperature
probe
D
Pellet burner fan
suction ducting
(compulsory)
Room thermostat for
other room (optional)
220V 50Hz
power supply
1400
E
00
ø¯1
150
¯ø1
00
200
95
0
ø¯1
40
F
Omnipolar switch
Air inlet for fan
(compulsory)
Outside air inlet
for Caldo Control
(compulsory)
1400
All measurements are in millimetres (mm)
CLADDING art.
DO-IT-YOURSELF 14300
14200, 14000, 14500
14600
14000, 14100 (wood model)
A
B
C
D
E
F
1000
1030
1066
905
884
927
977
745
474
504
539
375
1050
1080
1100
950
920
950
980
820
720
750
780
640
If the outside air inlets cannot be obtained according to the figure, optimum for correct stove operation, they can also be obtained in
the cladding base. In this case a 200x200mm outside air inlet must be created in the room where the stove is installed. The floor have
to be strong enought to hold the machine in case it is not fitting the requirements than take necessary actions (ex. charge distribution
plate). The machine has to be installed to be easely cleaned, smoking pipes and chimney easely reached and cleaned too please install
accordingly. The expansion vase has to be correctly calculated therefore check if the one available is big enought for your installation.
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2.3 Arrangement for electrical connections and air inlets with wall positioning
Electrical connections must be carried out by skilled personnel according to the regulations in force (CE 2006/95 and 2004/108).
The fan air inlet holes can also be moved provided they are inside the cladding. The hole for the hot air fan air inlet must be at least 20 cm from any other
air inlet.
Room temperature probe
ø¯150
500
1400
Room thermostat in
another room (optional)
220V 50 Hz
power supply
ø¯1
40
430
350
ø¯10
0
150
200
200
100
ø¯100
480
Outside air inlets for fan and Caldo Control (compulsory)
Pellet burner fan
suction ducting
(compulsory)
800 (without bench)
Omnipolar switch
1500 (with bench)
Centre line
650
670
580
370
445
50
285
Suction outside air inlets connected to Caldo Control (compulsory)
For better stove operation and
efficiency it is advisable to install
the automatic closure box on
the outside air inlet and connect
one side of the stove fan.
705
740
Minimum required distance for removing the pellet burner
All measurements are in millimetres (mm)
If the outside air inlets cannot be obtained according to the figure, optimum for correct stove operation, they can also be obtained in
the cladding base. In this case a 200x200mm outside air inlet must be created in the room where the stove is installed. The floor have
to be strong enought to hold the machine in case it is not fitting the requirements than take necessary actions (ex. charge distribution
plate). The machine has to be installed to be easely cleaned, smoking pipes and chimney easely reached and cleaned too please install
accordingly. The expansion vase has to be correctly calculated therefore check if the one available is big enought for your installation.
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2.4 Adjusting the feet
After preparing the flue and all the electrical and plumbing
connections and air inlets, as described in the previous pages,
position the fireplace and level it perfectly, adjusting the feet
with a 19 mm wrench (see Fig. 1).
Fig. 1
2.5 Fitting the damper and regulating unit
Proceed as follows:
Fasten the support box for the regulating unit inside the cladding,
with the supplied screws (see Fig. 2). Assemble the regulating unit
on the rod and secure it with its grub screw. Turn the central pin
right and left in order to fasten the regulating unit to the box (with
its screws), keeping the position indicator on the right. Use
pressure to assemble the dial.
The fume damper must be assembled so that when the damper
is in vertical (nearly completely open), the dial horizontal (with
the index on the right) and the position indicator (IIII position)
also on the right, the rod can be easily removed for flue cleaning
unscrewing the extern screw, fixed on its own holding block (see
fig. 1). By assembling take care to position the damper lever in the
centre of the chimney. The flue damper can be fitted both on the
front of the fireplace, or laterally. Depending on the choice made
move the screws on the smoke exhaust damper, these serve to
close the passage holes of the rod , on the other side.
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Box
Damper
Grub
screw
Regulating
unit
Screw
Smokes damper
control Lever
Screws
Rod
Rod
Position
indicator
Dial
Dial with
regulating unit
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2.6 Caldo Control
The Caldo Control is a Jolly-Mec patented device enabling automatic adjustment of the primary combustion air according to the air
temperature read by the bulb (Fig. 5) in the boiler
This device gradually reduces the combustion air flow when the air temperature rises. The Caldo Control optimises fireplace fuel
consumption, thus extending burn time. The Caldo Control must only be activated in wood-burning mode (Fig. 1); during pellet mode
operation, push the lever indicated in Fig. 2 all the way to close the air inlet.
The Caldo Control can be adjusted, after a settling stage, by operating the special adjustment screw (Fig. 6).
Fig. 1
Wood mode: pull the lever in the direction of the red
arrow (air open)
Fig. 4
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
Pellet mode: push the lever fully in the direction
indicated by the red arrow (air inlet closed)
Fig. 5
Wood mode: Caldo Control grille open (with fireplace
just lit or in shutdown stage)
Fig. 6
Caldo Control
adjustment screw
(use an Allen key
or by hand)
Wood mode: Caldo Control grille closed (with fireplace
hot)
Caldo Control bulb support (on top of fireplace)
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View from inside of fireplace after removing the cast
iron grates and fire bed. Tighten the adjustment screw
until the damper starts to close.
2.7 Fitting connections for hot air ducting
To fit the hot air ducting connections proceed as follows:
• Using a hammer knock out and remove the precut sheet disks on the top part of the stove (Fig.1-2).
• Insert the two connections supplied, turning them anticlockwise (Fig. 3).
• Connect the Ø 100 mm aluminium pipes and fix them with the special pipe clamps supplied.
• One or more branches can be used for possible ducting to other rooms (see par. 1.14 and 2.8).
• If possible use Y connections.
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
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2.8 Example of hot air ducting
NOTE!
To duct the air to other rooms, connect the pipes to the top outlets of the stove by using “T” or “Y” connections. To deliver
the air in the various rooms, see the examples. The air can be balanced by means of the grilles with adjustable closure.
The air pipes must be taken to the rooms to be heated.
The return of air to the fireplace room must be guaranteed from every room in which the hot air arrives, through openings under the
doors or outlets, via the grille at the back of the fireplace.
Air delivery occurs by means of flexible round aluminium pipes, with connections or branches in sheet metal. The pipes must be fixed
to the connections by means of pipe clamps.
To pipes must be insulated to ensure fireplace efficiency. Therefore they must be wrapped with glass wool matting (min. thickness 3
cm) for the entire length.
Caution: Avoid contact of the pipes with wood and flammable materials.
Using plastic pipes to deliver the air is very dangerous because the high temperatures could deform them and generate harmful gases.
Where the ducting pipes cannot be enclosed, they can be concealed with a false ceiling or using fake beams or boxing.
Make sure to hermetically seal the space between the outlets and the wall with silicone, to prevent the air escaping and causing
blackening due to the heat (e.g. marks above radiators).
MAX. DUCTABLE LENGTH 15 METRES.
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2.9 Simplified electronic controller wiring diagram
Electrical connections must be carried out by skilled personnel according to the regulations in force (CE 2006/95 and 2004/108).
DIP-SWITCH POSITION
AIR
ON
ON
OFF
OFF 1
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
2
5
5
3
WATER
ON
ON
OFF
OFF 1
1
4
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
5
ON Room thermostat probe
OFF XXXXXX
Dip-switch 1 must always be set to ON
ON Air heating model
To control the lighting of a boiler connected in parallel, set
OFF Water heating model
dip-switch 3 to ON
ON Relay for external boiler in parallel
To control the gear motor of an auxiliary pellet hopper, set
OFF Relay for supplementary pellet hopper motor
dip-switch 3 to OFF
ON Heating chamber (optional probe)
To control the storage thermoboiler for domestic hot water,
OFF DHW thermoboiler (optional probe)
set dip-switch 4 to OFF
ON Buffer battery active
To control the heating chamber, set dip-switch 4 to ON
OFF Buffer battery excluded
Combustion air fan
Connector
LOW level sensor
Pellet gear
motor
Pressure switch
Terminals unit
”Ground Commutator”
Pellet level sensor
on standard hopper
Connector
Supplementary pellet hopper
motor
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230V 50Hz line
Connector
Room air fan
Safety
thermostat
Ignition electrical
element
Room temp. probe
or room thermostat
(optional)
Connect the cables to the
appropriate terminals:
BLACK wire to terminal 1 C
BROWN wire to terminal 2 NC
BLUE wire to terminal 3 NO
Fuse
(6.3A)
Pressure switch connections
Control panel
3
Fume temperature probe
2
Boiler air temperature probe
1
(see ”Auger or pneumatic conveyance
assembly card”)
Supplementary pellet hopper
The representation of the components is only indicative, these can be changed in form.
2.10 Product data
Make sure the data given in the box below matches that on the metal dataplate on the fireplace. Always give this data when requesting
assistance, replacement parts and/or work under warranty.
• Position of dataplate on fireplace
Plate
• Stamp with product data
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2.11 Conformity certificate
FOGHET ARIA LEGNA/PELLET
Combinet wood-pellet air fireplace
Termocamino aria combinato legna/pellet
25 marzo 2010
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SM011 GB REV10 2013_07
Via S. Giuseppe, 2 - 24060 Telgate - BG - ITALIA
Tel. +39 035 8359211 - Fax +39 035 833389
www.jolly-mec.it - info@jolly-mec.it
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