Pure Glow Ltd
Stour Vale Road, Lye
Stourbridge, West Midlands
DY9 8PP
Chelsea CF1 Gas Appliance
INSET CONVENTIONAL FLUED GAS FIRE
INSTALLATION & USER INSTRUCTIONS
FOR USE WITH NATURAL GAS
G20 @20 mbar
For use in GB and IE
THESE INSTRUCTIONS MUST BE LEFT WITH THE USER FOR FUTURE
REFERENCE
Manufactured in the UK by Crystal Fires Ltd
1 Valentines Buildings, Bechers Drive, Aintree Racecourse Business Park,
Liverpool, L9 5AY
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These Instructions Cover The Models Listed Below As Part Of The
CF1 Chelsea Range From The Courts Collection
CC027 – CF1SMALL Chelsea convector gas log fire
CC028 – CF1STANDARD Chelsea convector gas log fire
CC029 – CF1TALL Chelsea convector gas log fire
CC030 – CF1WIDE Chelsea convector gas log fire
CONTENTS
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12.0
INFORMATION & REQUIREMENTS
IMPORTANT NOTES
INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
APPLIANCE INFORMATION
FLUES AND BUILDERS OPENING REQUIREMENTS
FIREPLACE OPENING SIZES AND CATCHMENT
SPACE
INSTALLING THE CONVECTOR BOX
CONNECTING THE GAS AND TESTING
INSTALLING THE FUEL PIECES
LIGHTING THE APPLIANCE (USERS INSTRUCTIONS)
INSTRUCT THE USER
MAINTENANCE
SERVICING
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1: IMPORTANT NOTES
1:1
This fire should be installed and serviced every 12months in accordance with current gas safety
(Installation and uses) regulations by a competent person who is a member of a recognized gas
installer’s organization (e.g. Gas safe) and in accordance with the installation instructions.
1:2
The flue should be inspected before your appliance is installed and checked annually to ensure
continuous clearance of combustion products and safe operation. The chimney must be swept
before installation.
1:3
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES must the fire be used if the glass door panel is broken cracked
or damaged.
1:4
IMPORTANT.
The glass panel door and other outer parts, (e.g. outer frame and door) will become hot in use;
clothes etc should not be wrapped over or near the fire and we recommend that a fire guard
conforming to BS8423 should be used for the protection of young children the elderly the infirm
and pets.
1:5
DO NOT burns paper or rubbish in the fire.
1:6
It is important for the safe operation and to maintain efficiency that the fire is not operated with
damaged or broken fuel effect pieces or ceramics.
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES should extra fuel effect pieces be used.
1:7
When the fire is first used it may emit a slight odor or smoke, this is due to the newness and will
disappear in time. DO NOT WASH OR VACUUM the Fuel Effect ceramic pieces.
1:8
The fire MUST be installed into a builders opening in line with the Installation Instructions.
No combustible material should be placed within 150mm of the appliance. Any combustible
material above the opening should be removed up to a height of 500mm. Any shelf above the fire
should not project more than 150mm forward. For deeper shelves allow a 15mm increase in
height for every 25mm in depth.
1:9
These instructions are intended to assist you in the correct operation of your appliance and
Should be kept safe for future reference
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2: INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
2:1
In your own interest and that of safety, it is law, that a competent person who is a member of a
recognized gas installation organization must install all gas appliances (E.g. Gas safe) In
accordance with Current Gas Safety (INSTALLATION AND USE) Regulations.
2:2
Before installation, ensure that the local distribution conditions (identification of the gas and
pressure) and the adjustment of the appliance are compatible.
The installation must be in accordance with these installation instructions and all relevant parts of
the Local and National Building Regulations, the Building Standards (Scotland) Regulations and
the relevant recommendations of current editions of the following British Standards: BS
5871
BS
8303
BS
5440 PART 1
BS
5440 PART 2
BS
6891
2:3
IMPORTANT: This appliance is fitted with a spillage monitoring system, (ODS) and must not be
adjusted, bypassed or put out of operation, by the user or installer. Any parts of this system
should only be exchanged for genuine Crystal Manufactured parts.
This fire must not be installed in a room that contains a bath or shower.
This fire cannot be installed onto a combustible wall. All combustible materials must be removed
from the area shown in section 11-appliance location
2:4
No combustible materials must be present in the builders opening. These Instructions must be
left with the end user.
2:5
VENTILATION: GB
For installation in Great Britain additional ventilation is not normally required unless indicated as
being required by the ‘Spillage Test’
2:6
VENTILATION: IE
For installation in Southern Ireland ventilation must be in accordance with I.S813 Domestic Gas
Installations.
2:7
FLUE AND CHIMNEY SUITABILITY
This appliance is designed for use with conventional brick built or lined chimneys and fabricated
flues and metal flue boxes conforming to BS715 / BS EN 1856-2 .all flues must conform to the
following minimum dimensions
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Minimum diameter circular flues 125 mm
Minimum effective height of all class 1 (175mm) flues 3 metres
Minimum effective height of all class 2 (125mm) flues 4 metres
2:9
ENSURE THAT IF INSTALLING THIS PRODUCT INTO A BRICK BUILT
CHIMNEY, THE CHIMNEY HAS BEEN FULLY SWEPT PRIOR TO
PROCEEDING WITH THE INSTALLATION
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3: APPLIANCE INFORMATION
MODEL
GAS TYPE
INJECTOR
MAX GROSS
INPUT
MIN GROSS
INPUT
COLD
PRESSURE
IGNITION
SPARK GAP
PACKED
WEIGHT
GAS
CONNECTION
STANDARD
G20
500
5.5kW
TALL
G20
500
5.5kW
WIDE
G20
500
6.3kW
SMALL
G20
500
5.5kW
2.9kW
2.9kW
4.1kW
2.9kW
20 +/-1mbar
20 +/-1mbar
20 +/-1mbar
20 +/-1mbar
AUTOMATIC
4mm
KG
AUTOMATIC
4mm
KG
AUTOMATIC AUTOMATIC
4mm
4mm
KG
KG
8mm
8mm
5
8mm
8mm
Small version
Standard version
ALL MODELS HAVE A 25mm AIR SUPPLY AT THE FRONT BOTTOM
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHOULD THIS BE BLOCKED OFF AT ANY
TIME
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Tall version
Wide version
ALL MODELS HAVE A 25mm AIR SUPPLY AT THE FRONT BOTTOM
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHOULD THIS BE BLOCKED OFF AT ANY
TIME
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4:FLUES AND BUILDERS OPENING REQUIREMENTS
4.1
Prior to creating the builders opening the flue must be checked.
No restrictor plate or flue damper is permitted.
The flue must be swept prior to installation.
The flue must be free of any obstructions.
The flue must be checked to ensure it only serves the fireplace opening to be used for the fire.
The flue must have a positive up-draught and checked as follows before the builders-opening is
constructed
Any under floor air supply to the fireplace must be completely sealed off
Before installing the fire a simple smoke test should be carried out on the flue to check its
condition. Light a smoke
Generator, hold it at the top of the fireplace opening and observe that the smoke is being drawn
up the flue, if so, proceed with installation. If not, pre heat the Flues for a few minutes and
recheck, if smoke still fails to be drawn up the flue, further Investigation is required and the
appliance MUST NOT BE FITTED.
Minimum diameter circular flues 125 mm
Minimum effective height of all class 1 (175mm) flues 3 metres
Minimum effective height of all class 2 (125mm) flues 4 metres
WARNING PASSING A SMOKE TEST IS NOT AN INDICATION THE APPLIANCE HAS
PASSED A SPILLAGE TEST
BOTH TESTS ARE A SEPARATE PROCEDURE
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Purpose Made Builders Opening With a Conventional Stone Flue.
With a minimum cross sectional dimension of 175mm (7”) and minimum effective height of 3
meters.
The base of the builders opening must be a non-combustible material and at least 12mm thick.
The Builders Opening must be at least 300mm off the floor for a wall mounted fire installation.
It is recommended that a qualified builder construct the builder’s enclosure.
A lintel should be used to support the chimney breast above the
Builders opening.
Any gaps around the Builders Opening, as may be the case with a dry liner wall must be sealed.
4:3
Additional Requirements for a Purpose Made Builders Opening with a Flexible Flue Liner
or
A 125mm (5”) diameter flexible gas flue liner with effective height of 4 metres
Conforming to B.S 715, and connected to a Register Plate fitted and sealed above the Builders
Opening.
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A solid flue pipe 125mm (5”) diameter and metal flue box conforming to B S 715 with effective
height of 4 metres
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SHELF POSITION
If the fire is to be installed into a suitable fire surround it must have a fire rating of 150C.
If the fire surrounds has a combustible shelf it must be at least 200mm above the top of the fire
And protrude from the wall be no more than 150mm
For every 25mm increase in depth of combustible Shelf the position of the shelf must be raised
by a further 15mm.
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5:FIREPLACE OPENING SIZES AND CATCHMENT SPACE
5:1
5:2
When installed into a brick built chimney, you must ensure that there is sufficient depth to
accommodate any debris, which may fall from the chimney, this depth must be sufficient to
accommodate 12 litres of volumetric space in a conventional brick built chimney.
5:3
This appliance is not suitable for use in fireplaces fitted with an existing chairbrick, the chairbrick
must be removed.
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6:INSTALLING THE CONVECTOR BOX
6:1
Establish which appliance you have and mark position in the wall for installation following the
current rules in force, and form an opening to the sizes stated in section 5,
As these appliance are designed to be flush finished either up to a surround, marble or granite
slips, or just heat resistant plaster finish the opening will allow the appliance to fitted into the
underneath of the appliance will then have to be finished with the appliance in place, see diagram
below
6:2
It is important when installing the convector box that all gaps around the inside of the fireplace
opening are sealed .the base both sides left and right and the rear may even need pointing in
between the brickwork it is important that the flue can only pull through the flue tunnel for the
appliance to clear its products and work correctly
A spillage test will deem this to be correct if a spillage test fails it will be due to the appliance not
being sealed in correct
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With the opening being made correct the appliance can be removed from its packaging and the
glass panel removed by unscrewing the 4 screws one in each corner and the glass frame can be
removed
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The 3 glass fixing brackets, top and left and right can be removed and taking care the glass does
not fall, it can then be removed and placed somewhere safe
Once the glass panel is removed 6 screws hold the burner plate on, these can be removed and
remove the plate
The gas burner is now held in by 3 screws remove these and lifts out the burner by lifting the right
hand side and pull away to the right
Disconnect the off switch panel connector by pulling apart (it only connects 1 way check
this)
Remove the 4 screws holding the fire tray in position and remove the fire tray
The gas pipe entry plate can be opened and the gas pipe installed ready for the box to be
positioned
Position the box ensuring the gas pipe is bent into the box (soldered joints are not accepted
inside the box)
With the box in position close the gas pipe entry plate and secure closed with the 2 screws
6:4 Below shows burner plate removed, remove the 3 screws shown to remove burner
6:5 Below showing Gas entry plate and debris inspection panel with the burner and burner plate
removed
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7:CONNECTING THE GAS AND TESTING
7.0
With the box installed and sealed in the gas pipe can be positioned, once positioned refit the fire
tray connecting the off wire switch with the push on connector
Screw the fire tray down using the 4 self-tapping screws and connect the gas pipe.
Once connected Turn on the main gas supply and carry out a gas tightness test.
PLEASE NOTE - THE WORKING PRESSURE TEST ON THIS PRODUCT NEEDS TO BE
COMPLETED BEFORE THE FUEL-BED IS FITTED.
Connect a manometer to the pressure test point and refit the burner, fill the burner with the mica
fil and turn on the appliance to the full on position and check the gas pressure is 20 mbars +/- 1
mbar
Once 20 mbars is verified remove the manometer and replace the test screw.
The burner plate can now be replaced and screwed in position using the 6 self tapping screws
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8:INSTALLING THE FUEL PIECES
8:0Install the fuel following the following instructions
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LOG LAYOUT STANDARD & TALL
FILL THE BURNER WITH MICA FILL
THE BURNER IS SURROUNDED BY THE
CHIPPING’S EVENLY SPREAD
THREE REAR LOGS SIT AS LEFT
TWO FRONT LOGS SIT AS LEFT
TOP LEFT LOG SITS ACROSS BUT DOES NOT
IMPINGE THE FLAMES WHEN APPLIANCE IS
TURNED ON
CENTRE LOG SITS ON REAR AND FRONT
LOG
RIGHT LOG SITS ACROSS FROM REAR TO
FRONT BETWEEN THE FLAMES
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LOG LAYOUT WIDE VERSION
FILL THE BURNER WITH MICA FILL
THE BURNER IS SURROUNDED BY THE
CHIPPING’S EVENLY SPREAD
THREE REAR LOGS SIT AS LEFT
THREE FRONT LOGS SIT AS LEFT
FINAL 5 LOGS SIT ACROSS RAISED OFF
BURNER THEY ARE POSITIONED THROUGH
THE FLAME GAPS NOT IN THE FLAMES
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Log layout Small
fill the burner tray with the brown mica fil.
around the burner tray the granules sit evenly
spread
The 2 rear logs sit as shown
The 2 front logs sit as shown
The 3 logs sit across the burner as shown
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8.1
After installing the fuel pieces the glass panel can be refitted by placing the glass panel in place
and refitting the 3 brackets for holding the glass and screwing them in place, The glass
doorframe can now be refitted using the four screws
The fire can now be turned on and a spillage test performed
If spillage persists, the flue is not functioning correctly and a fault exists. If after investigation the
fault cannot be traced and rectified, the fire must be disconnected from the gas supply and expert
advice obtained.
IMPORTANT: IF THE BURNER IS EXTINGUISHED FOR ANY REASON YOU
MUST ENSURE THAT YOU WAIT A FULL FIVE MINUTES BEFORE
ATTEMPTING TO RE-LIGHT THE FIRE.
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LIGHTING THE APPLIANCE (USERS INSTRUCTIONS)
9:1
Fire Control
This control is situated on your fire. The drawing shows the main features of the control.
The control required 3 AA size alkaline batteries to be inserted under the battery
compartment cover. The orientation of these is shown molded into the battery
compartment.
After fitting the batteries and replacing the cover the fire can now operate. Slide the slide switch
to the right to the On position (I symbol).
To start the fire, press the power button and hold for 1 second then release. The burner will within
around 1 to 10 seconds, adjust to the maximum power setting,
The power of the burner can be adjusted up and down by pressing the – and + buttons.
To stop the fire, simply press the power button again and the burner will stop.
If you are not intending to use the fire for a long period ( i.e. over summer time months), the
battery life can be extended even more by sliding the white isolator switch to the left(away from
the On position, symbol 0 )
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Handset (if supplied)
Ensure the power isolator switch on the front corner of Fire Control is in the on position
I.NOTE: For safety reasons a button must be pressed and released for the command to be
recognized. Keeping hold of a button when pressing (unless other wise instructed) will not
be recognized as a command press.
Grasp around the handset to unlock its functions. The green unlock light will illuminate to
show when the handset is unlocked and ready to accept commands. (N.B. Keep a grip of
handset to keep it unlocked, to continue to operate the command buttons.)
Mode – MAN( Manual), Zzz
Time
(Snooze), thermostat or timed.
(12hour or 24hour display)
Day of the week
In Range of fire
(missing if not in
range or if Fire
Control turned
off)
Gas fire burner
status
Room Temperature
Battery condition –
RC handset, FC fire
control
Handset Unlocked
when Illuminated
Light sensor
(for display back
light)
To change handset
settings (see handbook)
To change mode
(see handbook)
Press to decrease flame
Press to increase flame
Power button – To start the fire, (after following the instructions of the previous page), with one hand
grasp around the rear of both sides of the button area control. The green unlock light will illuminate.
Keep the handset held to keep the control unlocked, to enable operation of the buttons. Then with the
other hand touch and hold a finger on the power button for about 3 seconds. (A short beep and a flash
of the unlock light will happen upon touching.) When the word “pilot” appears at the bottom left hand
corner of the display, immediately release the power button. (A second flash of the unlock light and a
longer beep will also sound at the time to release the power button). The Fire should be lit within a few
seconds. ( N.B. If power button is held for more than a few seconds after second flash/beep/word pilot
appears, the command is ignored for safety reasons. Similarly if it is released too soon before the
word pilot appears, the command is also ignored. With this system, the control has been designed to
ensure that only intended ignition of the fire occurs.)To stop – with handset held to unlock it, press
then release power button.
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Operating instruction (Detailed)
Upon successful insertion of the batteries in the Handset the display will be as
shown. The handset will be supplied paired to the fire and all that is required
is to set the time of day and select if a 24h hour clock or 12 hour clock display is
required and if temperature display is on Celsius or Fahrenheit.
Setting the time
Holding the handset as described previously to unlock the keypad, press and
hold “SET” for a few seconds and the display will be as shown
Setting the display for 12 or 24 Hour display
As always when pressing the remote control buttons keep the control held to keep
the green light on and therefore handset safety feature, unlocked. The H indicates
that it is time to set the timer to either 24 hour display or 12 Hour (AM or PM)
display. Press the + or – button on the handset to toggle between the two settings.
When you are ready to confirm the setting you want press the “SET” button to
progress to setting the day of the week.
Setting the day of the week
Press and release the + and – buttons until the correct day of the week is shown
on the display.
(Mo = Monday, Tu= Tuesday, We=Wednesday, Th=Thursday, Fr=Friday, Sa=
Saturday and Su=Sunday).
Press “SET” to accept the day of the week and to progress to setting the Hour of
the day.
Note: Whilst doing this setup pressing “SET” advances to the next display and
pressing “MODE” will return you to the previous display setting.
Setting the Hour
Press and release the + or – button to change the hour to the correct hour and
press set to store and to move to setting the minute.
Repeat this for setting the minutes.
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Setting the temperature display to Celsius or Fahrenheit.
Press and release the + or - button to toggle between C and F.
When the display shows the desired symbol, press and release the “SET” button
to store.
As the important settings above have now been done. Press and hold (not
releasing straight away) the “SET” button for a few seconds and this will exit the
setup menu.(alternatively you can press and release the set button several more
times until the time of day is displayed on the handset.
The control is now ready for use with the Fire Control.
Note: the legend at the bottom shows the battery condition of both the batteries
in the hand set and in the fire control alternately. RC = Remote Control handset
and FC = Fire control. The control is designed to get the most out of the
batteries but when eventually the display shows they are spent(when the battery
legend is a empty area, we recommend you change the batteries in the handset
before they are flat, to avoid having to re-program the time of day in again. N.B.
Pairing is not lost, even if the batteries are removed or flat. The pairing is not lost
when the batteries are flat but replacing them quickly before they have gone flat
will avoid having to set the time of day, day of the week etc again)
Paging the handset
If you have misplaced the handset (and it is in range of the fire), you can page it
by pressing the + button only on the fire control for around 5 seconds. The
handset will flash and make a noise to help you to locate it. Once you pick up the
TESC it knows you hold it and so the sound stops. The flashing and sound will
last for 60 seconds each time the handset is paged as described. If not found in
60 seconds, page again and so on.
NOTE: PRESS “+” Button ONLY, NOT “+” and “-“Together as this will break the
handset pairing and reset the handset to factory state. If this happens the
handset and fire will need to be paired again ( see other parts of the booklet if
this happens).
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Advanced settings Menu
In the event that you may want to change the other preset settings of the control
features. Do not do a long press and hold above but a normal short press and
release will take you into the advanced settings area.
Advanced settings options are:•
•
•
Back light –
o A = Automatic (default setting). The back light comes on in the dark
but not in the light.
o 0 = Light never comes on.
o 1 = Light comes on when ever handset is unlocked.
Display contrast – 8 levels from 0 to 7 (default level 4) .
P = pairing with other devices other than the fire control. The hand set can
pair with other modules to :o L= Operate an electric light – which is the dimmable in 9 steps
o F= operate an electric fan –which can have 9 speed levels
o A= operate an auxiliary contact to operate another device.
Other Modes than Manual mode
Depending upon the model of Fire your handset maybe enabled to have some
automatic features, namely, Thermostat mode, timed thermostat mode and
snooze mode. Snooze mode can be selected to work with in conjunction with
either manual or thermostatic modes.
You can switch between modes at any time with the handset unlocked by
pressing and releasing mode button to toggle between modes.
Note: If at any time the power button is pressed during operation, this will stop
the fire and exit any automatic mode and return the handset to manual (MAN)
operation mode.
Snooze mode in manual operation
Snooze mode is a time period you can set which will turn off the fire after a
certain time period has elapsed.
The snooze time period can be set before or during manual operation of the fire.
Hold the handset to unlock as described previously and press the mode button
as many times as necessary until the word MAN and the Zzz symbols are
flashing at the top of the display. Press and release the set button and this will
put the control into Manual snooze mode.
The default time period for the snooze time period is 1:00 hour. Pressing the set
button again will show you the snooze time period remaining. This can be
adjusted by pressing the “+” or “-“buttons. The timer period that can be set is
from 1 minute to 4:00 hours.
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After adjusting the time, press set again to enter the time setting required (or if
left for a few seconds this time is now stored and used).
Once this countdown timer has reached zero the fire will turn off (as if you had
pressed off manually, it does not recycle).
Snooze mode in Thermostatic mode
The same thing as above can be done before or during a thermostatic mode
operation (see below).
Thermostatic mode for closed fires
The handset has within it a thermostat sensor and this can be set so the fire will
heat the room to match he temperature set in the handset.
There are 3 temperature types that can be set:-Day mode temperature that has a sun symbol on the display – the default
temperature is 24 C
- Night temperature that has a half moon symbol on the display- the default
temperature setting is 18 C
-frost protection that has a snowflake symbol on the display – the default
temperature setting is 5 C
Hold handset and press and release the mode button several times as
necessary until the display has a thermometer symbol flashing at the top of the
display. Press the set button to enter this mode.
Press the set button again to see the temperature setting that is set and the
mode (the default is 24C) and on the left of the display is a sun symbol showing
it’s the day temperature.
If a different set temperature is required, while the display is showing this set
temperature, press the + and – buttons to alter the setting. When finished either
press set or leave and after a few seconds the new setting will be accepted and
the display will return to the time of day screen.
On the anniversary of the net minute of the clock, the set temperature will be
compared to the actual temperature displayed on the handset (i.e. the room
ambient temperature around the handset). If the room temperature is higher than
the set temperature the fire will not light until the room has cooled to below the
set temperature. The fire would then automatically turn itself on when the room is
cooler than the set temperature and down and off if necessary when it is hotter
than the set temperature.
(Note- when the set temperature is reached while the fire is in operation, the fire
reduces the burner power level each minute until the burner is off. The pilot (if
fitted) will remain on for a further 30 minutes and if the set temperature is still too
high, the pilot will then also extinguish. When the set temperature is higher than
the actual temperature, the fire will automatically light and go to the full burner
rate to reheat the room back to the set temperature.
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Note: If at any time the power button is operated during Thermostat mode, the
control will cancel any thermostat operation and return the control to manual
mode.
For ease of setting there are two other modes that can be selected as stated
above. Night mode (moon symbol) and frost protection setting (a snow flake).
These can be selected (and adjusted if necessary) by pressing set then mode
while in thermostat mode. Pressing mode button toggles through from day to
frost modes. The purpose of these settings is to help your fire to automatically
protect you home against becoming too cold if there is a sudden change in the
weather. The control must be left in the appropriate mode for this to function.
Note: As stated in an earlier section, snooze function can also be operated in
conjunction with thermostat mode. The thermostat symbol and the Zzz symbol
will be on together when in this mode.
Thermostat mode for open fires
This is the same as for closed fires except that:The fire will not ignite automatically and it will only regulate between minimum
and maximum burner setting. The fire is lit manually by the remote control and
then you enter thermostat mode as described above and set the temperature.
When no longer requiring thermostat mode. Turn off the burner as described
above and the handset returns to manual mode.
Timed thermostat mode (Closed fires only)
This mode enables the various day, night and frost thermostat modes to be set
on a program timer. The control will work as a thermostat switching between the
day, night and frost temperature settings in line with the program set.
The set up of the timer will be shown by a demonstration.
To set up the timed thermostat to be at 24 C from 06:00 to 09:00 then drop to 18
C from 09:00 to 15:30 and then 24 C again from 15:30 until 23:30 and then to
protect from frost a 5 C setting between 23:30 to 06:30 the next day from
Monday to Friday this is what you would do:Hold handset to unlock – press set and hold until a beep and release. Press
MODE button until the timer symbol is flashing on the top of the display – press
set to enter the time mode – Mo is flashing so it is already set for Monday- press
SET and release now press the + and – buttons to make the time of day read
06:00( note the steps are in 15 minutes steps) – press SET and release- press +
and – to make the next symbol show a flashing sun symbol- press and release
SET- as Mo is flashing press and release SET again enter the next time of
09:00- press and release SET- change the flashing sun symbol to a flashing
moon symbol by pressing and releasing the + and – buttons then press and
release SET again to store the moon setting (18 c)- continue this until you have
entered each time and temperature change required for each day.
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To put the fire into thermostat timer mode press and release the mod button until
the thermostat and timer symbols are displayed on the display at the top. Press
and release the “SET” button and the control will now run the timed program set
up in the memory.
To adjust any time setting in the memory re enter the timer program setup mode
(by pressing SET and then MODE as described above). Then press set to make
the time flash. Now holding the + button advances the display to the next setting
and so on throughout the program. Amend the appropriate setting and when
finished do a long press of the SET button to exit the program mode.
To rest the whole timer program in the memory:Hold handset- press set- press mode until SETUP is flashing- press SET to enter
SETUP- press SET about 8 times until CP0 is flashing on the display- use the +
and – buttons to change the display to CP1 – press SET – press SET again and
the display will return to standby Manual mode and the timer setting have been
completely removed for the timer memory.
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Handset – without display
Buttons
Power button – for On/Off of
+
Increase burner power
-
Decrease burner power
burner
Activity Light – flashes red when starting and stopping burner only.
Illuminates when key pad is unlocked
SET
Button not used for operation
AUX Button used for operating an auxiliary device (sometimes not used
depending upon you fire model)
Starting the fire
Pickup and keep hold of the handset as described above to unlock the
keypad.
Press and hold the power button
continuously until the red light
illuminates next to the
symbol (this takes typically 3 seconds). As the
red light illuminates release immediately the power button. The red light
will then flash as the burner is being lit. While the burner is lighting the red
light will flash. When the burner has lit the red light will stop completely.
The burner will be at maximum burner rate when fist lit.
You may now put the handset down.
Note: If the power button differently to the above i.e. pressed for too long
or too short a time or the grip on the handset is not firm or released too
soon, the Ignition will be interrupted and not complete. The reason for the
remote control having this strict start sequence is for safety reason so that
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the starting operation of the fire will be most unlikely to be done other than
intentionally by an adult. If not done correctly, wait a few seconds and try
again
Burner regulation
When the burner is in operation, hold the handset as described above to
unlock the keypad and then press and release the + and – buttons to
regulate the flame of the burner. Pressing and releasing the button will
move the burner one step at a time. Pressing the button continuously will
move the burner rate to the maximum full when pressing + or minimum
burner power if pressing -.
Stopping the burner
Pick up and hold the handset as described above to unlock the keypad.
Press and then release the power button once. The handset will beep and
the burner will stop
Paging the handset
If you have misplaced the handset you can page it by pressing the + button only
on the fire control for around 5 seconds. The handset will flash and make a noise
to help you to locate it. Once you pick up the TESC it knows you hold it and so
the sound stops. The flashing and sound will last for 60 seconds each time the
handset is paged as described. If not found in 60 seconds, page again and so
on. NOTE: PRESS “+” Button ONLY, NOT “+” and “-‘Together as you will
accidentally break the handset pairing and have to reset handset to factory state
and pair again ( see other parts of the booklet if this happens).
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Switch panel
Red indication light
Press to increase flame
Press to decrease flame
Press power button and hold for a second to start fire
(release when red indication light appears).
Starting the fire
Press and hold the power button
continuously until the red light
illuminates next to the
symbol (this takes typically 1 second). As the
red light illuminates release immediately the power button. The red light
will then flash as the burner is being lit. While the burner is lighting the red
light will flash. When the burner has lit the red light will stop completely.
The burner will be at maximum burner rate when first lit.
Note: If the power button is pressed for too long or too short a time this is
taken as an accidental press and the fire will not ignite for extra safety
reasons. It is to try and ensure that the starting operation of the fire will be
most unlikely to be done other than intentionally by an adult. If not done
correctly, wait a few seconds and try again.
If you wish to power down the fire so it will not start even if any of the
power symbol buttons are pressed, slide the “power Isolating switch to the
“0” position ( perhaps a good idea to do in the event of leaving the fire not
operated for long periods like the summer months or when going on long
holidays).
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Burner regulation
When the burner is in operation, press and release the + and – buttons to
regulate the flame of the burner. Pressing and releasing the button will
move the burner one step at a time. Pressing the button continuously will
move the burner rate to the maximum full when pressing + or minimum
burner power if pressing -.
Stopping the burner
Press and then release the power button once. The burner will stop and
the red indicator light will illuminate momentarily to show the fire is turning
off.
INSTRUCT THE USER
10.0
Instruct the user on the safe operation of the appliance.
Demonstrate how to operate the Remote Control System.
Explain the function of the ODS as described earlier.
Any cleaning procedures should only be undertaken with the appliance cold.
Show the Customer how to gain access to the Glass Door for cleaning on the Outside and how to
gain access to the Inside for cleaning.
Advise the customer that the fire must never be used with the Door Open or if the Glass Panel is
found to be cracked Chipped or damaged.
Hand all the Instructions to the user for safekeeping and future reference.
Advise the Customer that the Batteries in the Remote Control Hand Set and Receiver must be
replaced when the appliance is serviced.
Advise the customer that the flue and fire should be serviced annually for continued safe
operation
Certain wall coverings like blown vinyl should not be used on the wall above the fire
MAINTENANCE
11.0
To change the batteries it is recommended this is
performed during annual servicing
If required before the glass panel must be removed by
removing the outer frame unscrewing the 4 screws
Remove the glass & remove the fuel pieces and stone
chippings keeping them safe
Remove the 6 screws holding the fire tray cover the tesc
will be seen as photograph top left ,remove the plastic
cover to access the batteries ,replace like for like then
replace cover and fuel following instructions .
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11:1
Any cleaning should be carried out when the appliance is cold the fire will retain
heat for some time after it has been switched off
11:2
If any fuel pieces is seen to be broken or damaged replacements must be
obtained from the supplier
If soot is seen to be building up on the fuel pieces it is indicating that the fire
requires servicing
11:3
Due to the nature of the convection air flowing over the fire,The walls of the room
directly and around and above the fire may become discoloured slightly
CERTAIN WALL COVERINGS LIKE BLOWN VINYL SHOULD NOT BE USED
ON THE WALL AROUND THE FIRE
11:4
Again ensure the fire and glass panel are cold before proceeding.
Like all glass windows the glass will become dirty and require cleaning.
The glass door can be cleaned on both the outside and inside with a damp cloth, allowed to dry
then wiped with a Dry cloth to remove smears. To do this Remove the 2 screws at the top and
bottom Left and top and bottom right Hand side and remove, the glass will pull forward at the
bottom and pull out of the channel at the top, replace in reverse order
Important.
After cleaning it is important that the Glass Door is sealed closed with the fixing screws.
If the Glass Door Panel is found to be Cracked, Chipped or Damaged the Fire Must Not Be
used until it has been replaced
Important do not disturb the fuel pieces
For spares and service contact your local supplier or installer stating the model
and serial number
Regular service and inspection should be undertaken to ensure continued safe
operation, it is recommended that your fire and flue should be checked and
serviced annually by a competent person for continued safe operation
PART
NUMBER
CONNELLY 01
DESCRIPTION
REMOTE HANDSET WITH DISPLAY
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SERVICING
12:0
GENERAL CHECKS PRIOR TO ANY SERVICING
A COMPETENT PERSON WITH A CURRENT GAS SAFE APPROVAL MUST SERVICE THE
APPLIANCE EVERY YEAR.
A GASSOUNDNESS TEST TO BE CARRIED OUT PRIOR TO
SERVICING.
IT IS ALSO RECCOMENDED THAT THE OPERATION OF THE APPLIANCE CHECKED
PRIOR TO ANY SERVICING, AFTER THESE CHECKS ENSURE THE APPLIANCE IS COLD
BEFORE ANY SERVICING BEGINS
12:1
General servicing
It is recommended that the ODS and mica fil is replaced during any servicing, please ensure they
have been purchased before servicing begins
Lay a dustsheet in front of the fire
Remove 4 screws holding glass frame
Pull glass away at bottom corners and remove glass panel, inspect for damage and store in a
safe place
Remove fuel pieces and inspect for damage or soot clean or replace as necessary
Remove stone chippings and store
Providing the mica fill replacement bag has been purchased if so vacuum the mica fill from the
burner and ensure all burner ports are cleaned
Vacuum around the top tray where any debris or dust has been left by the stone chippings
The top burner cover can now be removed by unscrewing the 6 screws holding it in place
With the top burner cover removed the batteries in the tesc remote control unit can be changed,
only use alkaline batteries of good quality see 11:0
The 3 screws holding the burner in place can now be removed and then lift away the burner from
the right and slide away
The gas supply can now be isolated and the 4 screws holding down the burner tray removed and
the burner tray lifted out carefully ensuring the fibre panels are not damaged, at this point the
injector can be examined and cleaned and replaced if necessary the gas valve can also be
checked and replaced if necessary
With the burner removed the inspection cover on the rear of the fire can be unscrewed and any
debris that have accumulated can be removed, refit the panel ensuring a good fit and it is sealed
Vacuum the inside of the firebox before replacing the fire tray
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Replace burner and the screws holding it down
Replace top burner cover and fuel using the instructions
Replace the glass panel and screw up the glass fixing frame
Check any faults have been corrected and re-commission the fire conducting the usual safety
checks specifically gas soundness checks and spillage
Checking the gas rate and pressure would ensure the appliance has not changed since
installation
PART
HANDSET WITH DISPLAY
HANDSET WITHOUT DISPLAY
ODS
INJECTOR 500
STONE CHIPPINGS
LOGSET (STATE MODEL)
GLASS PANEL AND SEAL (STATE MODEL)
TESC GAS VALVE
PART NUMBER
CONNELLY 01
CONNELLY02
CONNELLY03
CONNELLY04
CONNELLY05
CONNELLY06
CONNELLY07
CONNELLY08
WARNING
This appliance is a heating appliance and as with all heating
appliances a fire guard should be used for the protection of
children, the elderly and infirm.
Fireguards should conform to B.S. 8423 : 2002 (Fireguards for use
with gas heating appliances).
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