Gasmate EH633RB User Manual

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OPTIMUM RADIANT HEATER
EH600 SERIES
Metal radiant heater with non glowing element
Adjustable wall and ceiling bracket
Black anodised aluminium
1.5m long power cord
Designed for indoor and outdoor use
Ideal for use in alfresco areas, verandahs and garages
EH633 & EH633R requires 15A power point to be
installed by qualified electrician
Gasmate® is a registered trademark of
Sitro Group Australia Pty Ltd www.gasmate.com.au
Aber Living www.gasmate.co.nz
03455 05/16
Important: Retain these instructions for future use
03841 11/18
INSTALLATION, OPERATION & MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
Safety
SAFE OPERATION
Beware of Children and Pets
Before attempting to operate this heater, the following
basic safety precautions should be taken to reduce
the risk of fire, electric shock and personal injury. It
is important to read the instruction manual and to
understand its’ applications, limitations and potential
hazards associated with this heater. This heater is not
intended for use by persons (including children) with
reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack
of experience and knowledge, unless they have been
given supervision or instruction concerning the use of
the appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
This heater is not designed for use within 1m or above
a water source. It is important that you read, understand
and follow these instructions very carefully. They are
designed for the safety of yourself and others ensuring a
long and trouble free service life from your heater. This
electric heater complies with Australian and International
standards and safety requirements. Repairs should only
be carried out by qualified persons using original spare
parts. Failure to do so may result in considerable danger
to the operator.
Children should not be allowed to touch or operate
heaters or touch extension cords, if used. All heaters
should be kept out of reach of children, preferably stored
or locked in a secure cabinet or room when not in use.
Do Not Abuse the Power Cord
Never yank or pull on the power cord to disconnect it from
the mains supply socket. Never carry your heater by its’
power cord. Keep the power cord away from heat, oil,
solvents and sharp edges. Check the power cord regularly
for any damage and if the power cord becomes damaged
have it replaced by an authorised service facility.
Extension Cords and Reels
This heater is NOT designed to run off an extension cord.
If you require an additional power point please have one
installed by a qualified electrician.
The use of extension cords may cause power voltage loss
which will result in damage to the appliance this will NOT
be covered under warranty.
Installation
Always ensure you select the correct fixing accessories
which suit the particular wall/ceiling material you are
attaching to, if in doubt please discuss with your local
retailer or local hardware store. This heater is not
designed for use within 1m or above a water source.
All installations must meet the requirements of Australia
Standard AS/NZS 3000:2007.
Ensure that the heater is not positioned directly above,
below or in front of a power point or switch.
FOR YOUR SAFETY
This heater is not designed to be used with 3rd party timer
or programmable system.
WARNING: Fire risk exists if this heater is covered by
or positioned close to curtains or other combustible
materials.
NOTE: If using this heater outside ensure that it is
connected directly to an outdoor power point.
For any queries or assistance call
The electrical system of this heater must be
connected with an automatic 30mA circuit breaker
and/or residual current device (RCD). If uncertain
have a qualified electrician check your electrical
system before installation and/or use.
Customer Service
All electrical connections are made in a dry area.
Australia Only
Outdoor power points must be weatherproof and
installed by a qualified electrician.
1300 174 876
Sitro Group Australia Pty Ltd is not responsible for
incorrectly chosen fixing accessories or any damage
which may be caused by an incorrectly fitted wall
heater.
Hours of operation:
Monday to Friday 8am - 5pm AEST
Do not return to place of purchase.
Keep your purchase receipt, this will be required to
make any claims under the 12 month warranty.
If required 15AMP power points must be installed by
a qualified electrician.
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SPECIFIC SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNINGS
Do not use the heater in areas where there is a risk of
explosion or fire from flammable gases. Ensure that the
heating area is kept clear of combustible materials. Do not
use the heater in damp areas, without suitable ventilation.
This heater is not designed for use within 1m or above a
water source. Do not place within one metre (1m) of any
water source. Do not place directly in front of, below or
above any power points or switches.
• DO NOT attempt to modify the heater, power cord,
power plug or the supplied accessories in any way.
• DO NOT expose the heater to rain, water, or use in
damp wet conditions.
• NEVER cover this heater.
• NEVER carry the heater by its power supply cord.
• NEVER use with the power cord coiled, bundled up
or tied up. Always extend fully before use.
Fire risk exists if this heater is covered by or positioned
close to curtains or other combustible materials.
• NEVER use the heater if any part of it is damaged.
• This heater is intended for domestic/household use
only.
• Ensure that the heater is disconnected from the
mains supply when installing, cleaning or removing/
installing.
• Always ensure that this heater is installed as per
the requirements noted in Australian Standard
AS/NZS 3000:2007.
• Ensure this heater is not left on when unattended.
• Always keep heater at least one metre (1m) from
combustible materials.
• Ensure the heater is not used in areas where
flammable gases are present, e.g. paint, petrol etc.
• DO NOT locate this heater directly below, above or
in front of the power supply socket or switch.
• Always turn the heater OFF at the unit switch and
the power point switch when not in use for extended
periods of time.
• DO NOT use this heater within 1 metre or above any
water source.
• Always allow the heater to cool, about one (1) hour
after the heater has been turned off, before cleaning
the heater.
• DO NOT use this heater in either the bathroom or
ensuite without suitable ventilation.
• Always ensure that the power cord is fully extended
and NOT in contact with any part of the heater.
• DO NOT use a 3rd party timer, or programmable
system with this heater.
• Always ensure that the heater is kept clean and free
from dust.
• DO NOT clean the heater while the heater is on or
plugged into the mains power supply.
• Only use this heater when securely attached to the
wall/ceiling.
• DO NOT touch any part of the heater while on, hot
surfaces may burn.
• DO NOT use the wall heater as a dryer.
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ELECTRICAL DATA
IMPORTANT
This product is fitted with a sealed electrical connection plug that is compatible with the heater, the mains supply for
Australia and meets the requirements of international standards. This heater must be connected to a supply voltage
that is equal to that stated on the rating label. If the mains connection plug or power cord becomes damaged it must be
replaced with a complete assembly that is identical to the original, and this must be replaced by an authorised service
centre. Always follow the Australian requirements for connection to the mains supply. If in doubt always consult a
qualified electrician.
Note: EH633 + EH633R (3200W) requires installation of a 15AMP socket by a qualified electrician before use.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
MODEL
EH613/EH613R/B
EH623/EH623R/B
No / Yes
No / Yes
Remote Control
EH633/EH633R/B
No / Yes
Voltage
220-240V AC ~ 50Hz
220-240V AC ~ 50Hz
220-240V AC ~ 50Hz
Input Wattage
1800W
2400W
3200W (15AMP)
Unit Weight
6.8Kg/7.5Kg
7.5Kg/8.2Kg
9.0Kg/9.7Kg
IP Rating
IPx4
IPx4
IPx4
Heater specifications can be found on the data label.
B = BLACK COLOUR
ASSEMBLY
HEATER HEAD
Attach the heater rear bracket (B) to the heater body (A) using bolts, washers and nuts. You can either mount side or
lengthways depending on the mounting surface.
Mounting Nuts
and Washers
(B) Heater Rear
Bracket
(B) Heater Rear
Bracket
Mounting Bolts
(A) Heater Body
Mounting Bolts
To adjust mounting bolts,
remove nut and slide
mounting bolts between units
mounting bolt groove then
fit bracket, replace nut and
tighten.
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MOUNTING HEATER
GENERAL MOUNTING SUGGESTIONS
If unsure please discuss with your local hardware store.
• Ensure the fixing screws are at least suitable for 10Kg each.
• If fitting to a stud wall or ceiling ensure all fixing screws are into timber.
Plasterboard IS NOT suitable by itself.
• If no timber stud/joists are available we would suggest installing a timber
batten to attach to.
WALL/CEILING BRACKET ASSEMBLY
1. The bottom of the heater body should be 1.8m above the floor, see page 6.
2. Do not position the heater directly above or below a power point or switch.
Do not position heater in front of a power point.
3. Mark and drill 2 mounting holes for bracket (C).
4. Using 2 suitable screws (not supplied) attach the bracket to the wall
or ceiling.
Note: If unsure what screws to use please discuss with your local
hardware store.
5. Using the nuts and bolts join the bracket (C) to the heater bracket (B) and
tighten fully.
6. Heater is now mounted and ready for use. Check the safety distance
between the heater body and flammable surface when wall or corner
mounted (see page 6). Do not mount the heater in the ceiling, always mount
to the ceiling (see page 6).
NOTE: To adjust bracket position, see bottom page 4
Locking Nut and Washer
Locking Bolt
Head Tilt Bolt
Head Tilt Nut and Washer
(C) Ceiling/Wall
Brackets
(C) Ceiling/Wall
Brackets
(A) Heater Body
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Heater ON/OFF
Switch
CEILING MOUNT WITH CHAIN
Only use this mounting option if your ceiling is too high.
1. Attach the bracket (C) as noted below.
2. Cut chain (D), not supplied, to desired length.
3. Using nut and bolt attach chain to bracket (C) and bracket (B).
4. Heater is now mounted and ready for use.
Ceiling Chain Mount
(C) Ceiling Bracket
(D) Chain, not supplied
(B) Heater Rear Bracket
(A) Bolt & Nut,
not supplied
(A) Heater Body
TO TILT HEAD
Locking Bolt
Note: Always ensure that the heater is switched off,
disconnected from the mains power supply and is cold to
touch. If heater has been recently used, please leave the
wall heater one (1) hour to cool before tilting head.
1. Loosen the locking bolt and remove.
2. Loosen the head tilt bolt, do not remove.
3. Head can be tilted through 30°.
30°
4. Tighten the head tilt bolt when the desired angle is
achieved.
5. Insert and tighten the locking bolt if possible to stop
any unintentional movement of the heater.
Head
Tilt Bolt
Note: If locking bolt can not be fitted ensure the head tilt
bolt is very tight.
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HEATER POSITIONING
eave/ceiling
200mm
1. Position heater at least 200mm from the eave lining or
ceiling or wall at 90˚ to heater.
2. Position heater at least 1.8m above the floor.
3. Never position in front, above or below a power point.
4. If heater is facing another vertical surface, example –
wall, the gap must be at least 1 metre.
wall
5. Never mount heater within 1 metre of a water source,
example – tap.
NOTE: Never mount heater into the wall or ceiling. Only
mount to the surface.
1.8 m
90°
wall
heater
floor
1m minimum
NO
eave/ceiling
eave/ceiling
200mm
wall
heater
minimum 1.8m
1.8m minimum
NO
floor
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TO OPERATE
Turn OFF
1. Plug into 240V AC wall socket.
1. Using the remote, press “OFF”, the heater will turn off
and the small LED light will go out.
2. To turn on – switch the wall socket on.
2. Turn the unit switch off, the red LED will go out.
3. Turn off – switch the wall socket off.
4. Unplug lead from wall socket when not in use.
3. Switch the wall socket off.
Note: The heater EH633 + EH633R (3200W) is a 15AMP
electric heater. This requires a special 15AMP power
socket to be installed by a qualified electrician before
being able to use.
CLEANING
4. Unplug the lead from the wall socket when not in use
Always ensure that the wall heater has been left for one
(1) hour to cool before cleaning.
TO OPERATE USING REMOTE CONTROL,
WHERE FITTED
1. Turn off and disconnect from mains power, allow to
cool.
NOTE: REMOTE CONTROL WILL ONLY OPERATE
FROM THE STANDBY MODE.
2. Wipe unit over with a damp clean soft lint free cloth.
3. For stubborn marks you can use a mild dish washing
solution on a damp clean soft lint free cloth.
Turn ON
NEVER allow water or a mild dish washing solution to
enter or drip onto the wall heater.
1. Plug into 240V AC wall socket.
2. Switch the wall socket on.
NEVER use solvents, e.g. Petrol, Toluene, Methylated
Spirits etc to clean the floor heater, as these will damage
the surface finish and may cause a fire when unit is next
used.
3. Turn the unit switch on - it will glow Red - Standby
Function On 4. Using the remote press “ON”, the heater will come on
and a small blue LED will glow
Keep your purchase receipt, this will be required
to make any claims under the 12 month warranty.
Gasmate® is a registered trademark of:
Sitro Group Australia Pty Ltd www.gasmate.com.au
Aber Living www.gasmate.co.nz
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