Operating instructions For the operator Operating instructions ecoTEC plus VU 246/6-5 OVZ (P-GB) GB, IE Publisher/manufacturer Vaillant GmbH Berghauser Str. 40 D-42859 Remscheid Tel. +49 21 91 18‑0 Fax +49 21 91 18‑2810 email@example.com www.vaillant.de Contents Contents 1 1.1 1.2 1.3 2 2.1 2.2 2.3 3 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.8 3.9 3.10 4 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 4.7 4.8 5 6 2 7 7.1 Safety ............................................ 3 7.2 Action-related warnings ................. 3 7.3 Intended use .................................. 3 General safety information............. 4 7.4 Notes on the documentation ...... 7 8 Observing other applicable documents ..................................... 7 8.1 Storing documents......................... 7 Applicability of the instructions....... 7 8.2 Product description..................... 7 Serial number ................................ 7 9 10 Information on the identification plate ............................................... 7 CE label ......................................... 8 Benchmark..................................... 8 Design of the product..................... 8 Operator control panel ................... 9 Operating concept ......................... 9 Basic display................................ 10 Operating levels........................... 10 Menu display................................ 10 Operation.................................... 10 Opening the isolator devices ....... 10 Opening and closing the front flap ............................................... 11 Switching on the product ............. 11 Setting the language.................... 11 Setting the hot water temperature ................................. 11 Setting the heating flow temperature ................................. 11 Switching off heating mode (Summer mode)........................... 12 Protecting the heating installation against frost ............... 12 Detecting and rectifying faults ........................................... 12 Calling up (Live Monitor) status codes............................... 12 Care and maintenance .............. 13 Maintenance ................................ 13 Caring for the product .................. 13 Checking the condensate drain pipework and tundish................... 13 Reading maintenance messages .................................... 13 Decommissioning...................... 13 Temporarily decommissioning the product................................... 13 Permanently decommissioning the product................................... 13 Recycling and disposal............. 13 Guarantee and customer service ........................................ 14 10.1 Guarantee.................................... 14 10.2 Customer service......................... 14 Appendix ............................................... 15 A Operator level – overview ......... 15 B Troubleshooting ........................ 15 Operating instructions ecoTEC plus 0020239016_01 Safety 1 1 Safety 1.1 Action-related warnings Classification of action-related warnings The action-related warnings are classified in accordance with the severity of the possible danger using the following warning signs and signal words: Warning symbols and signal words Danger! Imminent danger to life or risk of severe personal injury Danger! Risk of death from electric shock Warning. Risk of minor personal injury Caution. Risk of material or environmental damage 1.2 Intended use There is a risk of injury or death to the user or others, or of damage to the product and other property in the event of improper use or use for which it is not intended. The product is intended as a heat generator for closed cent- ral heating installations and for hot water generation. Intended use includes the following: – observance of the operating instructions included for the product and any other system components – compliance with all inspection and maintenance conditions listed in the instructions. This product can be used by children aged from 8 years and above and persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the product in a safe way and understand the hazards involved. Children must not play with the product. Cleaning and user maintenance work must not be carried out by children unless they are supervised. Any other use that is not specified in these instructions, or use beyond that specified in this document shall be considered improper use. Any direct commercial or industrial use is also deemed to be improper. Caution. Improper use of any kind is prohibited. 0020239016_01 ecoTEC plus Operating instructions 3 1 Safety 1.3 General safety ▶ Do not use any electrical information switches, mains plugs, doorbells, telephones or other 1.3.1 Installation by skilled communication systems in tradesmen only the building. The installation, inspection, ▶ If it is safe to do so, close the maintenance and repair of the emergency control valve or product, as well as the gas ratio the main isolator. settings, must only be carried ▶ If possible, close the gas isolout by a competent person. ator cock on the product. 1.3.2 Danger caused by ▶ Warn other occupants in the improper operation building by yelling or banging on doors or walls. Improper operation may present ▶ Leave the building immedia danger to you and others, and ately and ensure that others cause material damage. do not enter the building. ▶ Carefully read the enclosed instructions and all other ap- ▶ Notify the gas supply company or the National Grid plicable documents, particu+44 (0) 800 111999 by telelarly the "Safety" section and phone once you are outside the warnings. of the building. ▶ Only carry out the activities for which instructions are 1.3.4 Risk of death due to a provided in these operating blocked or leaking flue instructions. gas pipe What to do if you smell flue gas 1.3.3 Risk of death from in the property: escaping gas ▶ Open all accessible doors What to do if you smell gas in and windows fully to provide the building: ventilation. ▶ Avoid rooms that smell of ▶ Switch off the product. gas. ▶ Inform a competent person. ▶ If possible, open doors and windows fully and ensure adequate ventilation. ▶ Do not use naked flames (e.g. lighters, matches). ▶ Do not smoke. 4 Operating instructions ecoTEC plus 0020239016_01 Safety 1 – to the entire condensate drain system – to the expansion relief valve – to the drain pipework – to constructional conditions that may affect the operational reliability of the product 1.3.5 Risk of death due to explosive and flammable materials ▶ Do not use or store explosive or flammable materials (e.g. petrol, paper, paint) in the installation room of the product. 1.3.6 Risk of death due to lack of safety devices A lack of safety devices (e.g. expansion relief valve, expansion vessel) can lead to potentially fatal scalding and other injuries, e.g. due to explosions. ▶ Ask a competent person to explain how the safety devices work and where they are located. 1.3.7 Risk of death due to changes to the product or the product environment ▶ Never remove, bridge or block the safety devices. ▶ Do not tamper with any of the safety devices. ▶ Do not damage or remove any seals on components. ▶ Do not make any changes: – The product itself – to the gas, air, water and electricity supplies – to the entire flue gas installation 1.3.8 Risk of corrosion damage due to unsuitable combustion and room air Sprays, solvents, chlorinated cleaning agents, paint, adhesives, ammonia compounds, dust or similar substances may lead to corrosion on the product and in the air/flue pipe. ▶ Ensure that the supply of combustion air is always free of fluorine, chlorine, sulphur, dust, etc. ▶ Ensure that no chemical substances are stored at the installation site. 1.3.9 Cabinet-type casing Enclosing the product in cabinet-type casing requires compliance with the applicable design instructions. ▶ Do not fit the casing on the product yourself. ▶ If you require cabinet-type casing for the product, consult 0020239016_01 ecoTEC plus Operating instructions 5 1 Safety an approved heating specialist company. 1.3.10 Risk of material damage caused by frost ▶ Ensure that the heating installation always remains in operation during freezing conditions and that all rooms are sufficiently heated. ▶ If you cannot ensure the operation, have a competent person drain the heating installation. 1.3.11 Risk of injury and material damage due to maintenance and repairs carried out incorrectly or not carried out at all ▶ Never attempt to carry out maintenance work or repairs on your product yourself. ▶ Faults and damage should be immediately rectified by a competent person. ▶ Adhere to the maintenance intervals specified. 6 Operating instructions ecoTEC plus 0020239016_01 Notes on the documentation 2 2 Notes on the documentation Information on the identification plate Meaning 2.1 Serial number For quality control purposes; 3rd and 4th digits = year of production For quality control purposes; 5th and 6th digits = week of production For identification purposes; 7th to 16th digits = product article number For quality control purposes; 17th to 20th digits = place of manufacture Product designation Factory setting for type of gas and gas connection pressure Gas-fired boiler category Efficiency class of the boiler in accordance with EC Directive 92/42/EEC Permissible flue gas connections Maximum water pressure in heating mode Maximum water pressure in hot water handling mode Electrical connection Max. electrical power consumption Level of protection Heating mode ▶ You must observe all operating instructions enclosed with the system components. 2.2 ▶ Observing other applicable documents Storing documents Keep this manual and all other applicable documents safe for future use. 2.3 Applicability of the instructions These instructions apply only to: Product article number Article number VU 246/6-5 OVZ (P-GB) Gas Council Number ecoTEC plus 3P, G31 – 3.7 kPa (37 mbar) Cat. Condensing technology 0010021225 41-694-18 Type: Xx3(x) 3 Product description PMS 3.1 PMW Serial number The serial number is located on a plate behind the front flap. The plate is in a plastic fish plate. You can also display the serial number in the display. 3.2 Information on the identification plate The identification plate is mounted on the underside of the product in the factory. The identification plate keeps record of the country in which the product is to be installed. Information on the identification plate Meaning V/Hz W IP Pn Pnc P Qn Qnw Barcode with serial number Tmax. NOx Code (DSN) 0020239016_01 ecoTEC plus Operating instructions Nominal heat output range in heating mode Nominal heat output range in heating mode (condensing technology) Nominal heat output range in hot water handling mode Nominal heating load range in heating mode Nominal heating load range in hot water handling mode Max. flow temperature NOx class for the product Specific product code 7 3 Product description Information on the identification plate complying with the appropriate Building Regulations (England and Wales). Meaning Read the instructions. GC no. 3.3 Gas council number CE label The CE label shows that the products comply with the basic requirements of the applicable directives as stated on the identification plate. The declaration of conformity can be viewed at the manufacturer's site. 3.4 Benchmark All installations must be notified to Local Area Building Control either directly or through a Competent Persons Scheme. A Building Regulations Compliance Certificate will then be issued to the customer who should, on receipt, write the Notification Number on the Benchmark Checklist. This product should be serviced regularly to optimise its safety, efficiency and performance. The service engineer should complete the relevant Service Record on the Benchmark Checklist after each service. The Benchmark Checklist will be required in the event of any warranty. 3.5 Design of the product 1 2 3 Vaillant is a licensed member of the Benchmark Scheme which aims to improve the standards of installation and commissioning of domestic heating and hot water systems in the UK and to encourage regular servicing to optimise safety, efficiency and performance. Benchmark is managed and promoted by the Heating and Hotwater Industry Council. For more information visit www.benchmark.org.uk. ▶ 8 1 Control elements 2 3 Plate with serial number on the rear Front flap Please ensure that the installer has fully completed the Benchmark Checklist on the inside back pages of the installation instructions supplied with the product and that you have signed it to say that you have received a full and clear explanation of its operation. The installer is legally required to complete a commissioning checklist as a means of Operating instructions ecoTEC plus 0020239016_01 Product description 3 3.6 Operator control panel Symbol Meaning Explanation Heating mode active – Permanently on: Heating mode heat requirement – Flashing: Burner on in heating mode Information on the maintenance message in the "Live Monitor" 1 50 9 2 Maintenance required 8 3 7 Summer mode active Heating mode is switched off Burner anti-cycling time is active 4 6 5 1 2 3 4 Current heating flow temperature, operating mode, fault code or additional information Current assignment of the righthand selection button Left- and righthand selection buttons and button 5 6 7 8 9 Fault clearance key Maximum output (only used for Austria, Germany and Switzerland) Access to the menu for additional information Current assignment of the lefthand selection button Active operating status F.XX 3.7 Meaning Explanation Burner operating correctly Current burner modulation rate Burner on Operating concept Operator control element 3.6.1 Displayed symbols Symbol Fault in the product 0020239016_01 ecoTEC plus Operating instructions To avoid the need for frequent switching on and off (increases the product's working life). Fault in the product. Appears instead of the basic display. Meaning – Cancelling the activation of an operating mode – Cancelling a change to a set value – Move up to next selection level – Setting the heating flow temperature – Reading the system pressure – Activating the comfort mode – Activating the operating mode – Confirm setting – Move down to next selection level 9 4 Operation Operator control element Meaning If there is an error message present, the basic displays switches to the error message. + at the same time Displaying the current product status 3.9 or Operating levels The product has two operating levels. – The end user level contains information and setting options that you require as the end user. – Reducing or increasing the set value The selection buttons have a soft key func- – The installer level is reserved for the competent person. It is protected by tion, i.e. their function can change. a code. Only competent persons may If, for example, you press the left-hand change any settings in the installer selection button in the basic display, level. the current function switches from (hot water temperature) to Back. 3.10 Menu display Adjustable values flash in the display. 4 Menu 1 You must always confirm a change to a Live monitor value. Only then is the new setting saved. Information 3 The display lights up when you switch the Reset anti-cycl. time product on or press a button. Back Select If you do not press any button within one 2 minute, the display lighting goes out. 3.8 1 2 Basic display 50 3 4 Selection level list entries Name of the selection level You can find an overview of the menu structure in the appendix. Operator level – overview (→ Page 15) The basic display shows the current condition of the product. If you press a selection button, the activated function is displayed in the display. The functions that are available depend on whether a controller is connected to the product. You can switch back to the basic display by: – Pressing to exit the selection levels – Not pressing any button for longer than 15 minutes. 10 Scroll bar Current assignment of the and buttons. 4 Operation 4.1 Opening the isolator devices 1. Ask the competent person who installed the product to explain to you where these isolator devices are located and how to handle them. 2. Open the gas isolator cock fully. 3. Check that the heating installation flow and return service valves are open, if such service valves are installed. Operating instructions ecoTEC plus 0020239016_01 Operation 4 4.2 Opening and closing the front flap 1. Take hold of the recessed handle in the front flap. 2. Fold down the front flap. 3. Close the front flap after re-actuating the control elements. 4.3 ▶ Switching on the product Switch on the product via the main switch installed on-site. 4.4 Setting the language 1. Press and hold and at the same time. 2. Also briefly press . 3. Press and hold and until the display shows the language setting. 4. Select the required language by pressing or . 5. Confirm by pressing . 6. Once you have set the correct language, press again to confirm this. 4.5 Conditions: No controller connected ▶ ▶ Conditions: Controller connected ▶ ▶ ▶ 60 Back 1. Press ◁ DHW temperature 45 Back 1. Press ◁ ( ( ). The target value of the heating flow temperature appears on the display. Note The competent person may have adjusted the maximum possible temperature. Conditions: Water hardness: > 3.57 mol/m³ ▶ Setting the heating flow temperature Target flow temp. Setting the hot water temperature Have a competent person take appropriate measures to protect against Legionella. Set the hot water temperature to a maximum of 50 °C. Use to set the maximum possible hot water temperature on the product. Confirm by pressing . Set the required hot water temperature on the controller (→ Controller operating instructions). 4.6 Applicability: Domestic hot water cylinder ▶ Change the hot water temperature by pressing or . Confirm by pressing . Conditions: No controller connected ▶ ▶ Use or to set the required heating flow temperature. Confirm by pressing . Conditions: Controller connected ▶ ▶ ▶ ). The set hot water temperature flashes in the display. 0020239016_01 ecoTEC plus Operating instructions Set the maximum possible heating flow temperature on the product. Confirm by pressing . Set the required heating flow temperature on the controller (→ Controller operating instructions). 11 5 Detecting and rectifying faults 4.7 Switching off heating mode (Summer mode) Note To keep the frost protection devices active, you should switch your product on and off using the controller, if one is provided. Target flow temp. Heating off Cancel OK 1. To switch off heating mode without switching off the hot water generation, press ( ). ◁ The value of the heating flow temperature appears in the display. 4.8.2 Draining the heating installation 2. Use the button to set the heating flow temperature to Heating off. 3. Confirm by pressing . ◁ ◁ 4.8 Another way to protect the heating installation and the product from frost for very long switch-off times is to drain them completely. ▶ Consult a competent person about this. Heating mode is switched off The symbol appears in the display. Protecting the heating installation against frost 5 Detecting and rectifying faults 4.8.1 Frost protection function Caution. Risk of material damage due to frost. The frost protection function cannot guarantee flow through the entire heating installation, which means that parts of the heating installation may freeze and therefore become damaged. ▶ 12 If the heating flow temperature falls below 5 °C when the on/off button is on, the product comes into operation and heats the circulating water to approx. 30 °C on both the heating side and the hot water side (if available). ▶ ▶ If faults occur or fault messages are displayed (F.xx), proceed as set out in the table in the appendix. Troubleshooting (→ Page 15) If the product is not functioning correctly, contact a competent person. 6 Calling up (Live Monitor) status codes 1. Press and at the same time. During a period of frost, en◁ The menu is called up. sure that the heating installa2. Navigate to the Live monitor menu tion remains in operation and item and press . that all rooms are sufficiently ◁ The current operating status (status heated, even when you are code) is shown on the display. away. Operating instructions ecoTEC plus 0020239016_01 Care and maintenance 7 7 Care and maintenance 8 Decommissioning 7.1 8.1 Maintenance An annual inspection of the product carried out by a competent person is a prerequisite for ensuring that the product is permanently ready and safe for operation, reliable, and has a long working life. 7.2 Caution. Risk of material damage due to frost. The frost protection and monitoring devices are only active while the unit is connected to the power mains and the gas isolator cock is open. Caring for the product Caution. Risk of material damage caused by unsuitable cleaning agents. ▶ ▶ Do not use sprays, scouring agents, detergents, solvents or cleaning agents that contain chlorine. Clean the casing with a damp cloth and a little solvent-free soap. 7.3 Temporarily decommissioning the product ▶ ▶ Switch off the product via the main switch installed on-site. ◁ ▶ Checking the condensate drain pipework and tundish Temporarily decommission the product only if no frost is expected. The display goes out. When decommissioning the product for an extended period (e.g. holiday), also close the gas isolator cock. The condensate drain pipework and tundish must always be penetrable. ▶ Regularly check the condensate drain pipework and tundish for faults and, particularly, for blockages. 8.2 You must not be able to see or feel any obstructions in the condensate drain pipework and tundish. ▶ If you notice a fault, have it rectified by a competent person. 9 Recycling and disposal 7.4 If the product is identified with this symbol: ▶ In this case, do not dispose of the product with the household waste. ▶ Instead, hand in the product to a collection centre for old electrical or electronic appliances. Reading maintenance messages If the symbol is shown in the display, the product requires maintenance work. The product is not in fault mode but continues to operate. ▶ Consult a competent person. ▶ ▶ 0020239016_01 ecoTEC plus Operating instructions Permanently decommissioning the product Have a competent person permanently decommission the product. The competent person who installed your product is responsible for the disposal of the packaging. 13 10 Guarantee and customer service If the product contains batteries that are marked with this symbol, these batteries may contain substances that are hazardous to human health and the environment. ▶ In this case, dispose of the batteries at a collection point for batteries. 10.2 Customer service To ensure regular servicing, it is strongly recommended that arrangements are made for a Maintenance Agreement. Please contact Vaillant Service Solutions for further details: Telephone: 0330 100 3461 10 Guarantee and customer service 10.1 Guarantee – Two year guarantee for ecoTEC plus appliances Vaillant provides this appliance with a parts and labour guarantee against defects that may occur within twenty-four months of the installation date. For the 2nd year of the guarantee to be valid an annual service must be carried out by a competent person approved at the time by the Health and Safety Executive one year after installation. The cost of this annual service is not included in the guarantee. – Registering with us Registration is simple. Just complete the Guarantee Registration Card and return to Vaillant within 30 days of installation. Your details will then be automatically registered within the Vaillant scheme. – Immediate help If your Vaillant boiler develops a fault your first action should be to contact your installer, as his professional assessment is needed under the terms of our Guarantee. If you are unable to contact your installer, phone Vaillant Service Solutions: Telephone: 0330 100 3461 14 Operating instructions ecoTEC plus 0020239016_01 Appendix Appendix A Operator level – overview Setting level Values Min. Max. Live Monitor → Status Unit Increment, select Default setting 1 25 Current value Information → Contact data Phone number Permanent value Current value 15 40 Serial number Display contrast Reset anti-cycl. time → Current burner anticycling time Current value min B Troubleshooting Fault Cause Product does not start up: The gas isolator cock installed on-site and/or the gas isolator cock on the product is closed. The power supply in the building is disconnected. – No hot water – Heating remains cold The product is switched off. The heating flow temperature is set too low or to the Heating off position, and/or the hot water temperature is set too low. There is air in the heating installation. After three unsuccessful ignition attempts, the product switches to fault mode (fault message: F.28). There is a fault in the flue gas route. 0020239016_01 ecoTEC plus Operating instructions Measure Open both gas isolator cocks. Check the fuse in the building. The product switches on automatically when the power is restored. Switch on the product. Set the heating flow and hot water temperature. Have a competent person purge the heating installation. Press the fault clearance key for one second. The product makes another attempt to ignite the flame. If you have been unable to eliminate the ignition fault after three fault clearance attempts, consult a competent person. Have a competent person rectify the fault. 15 Appendix Fault Heating does not start. 16 Cause Measure The external controller is not set correctly. Set the external controller correctly (→ Controller operating instructions). Operating instructions ecoTEC plus 0020239016_01 0020239016_01 10.10.2016 supplier Vaillant Ltd. 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