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TUSCANY
ELECTRIC F IRE
INSTALLATION AND USER INSTRUCTIONS
All instructions must be handed to user for safekeeping
Revision B - 07/06
Country(s) of destination - GB/IE
Focal Point Fires plc, Avon Trading Park, Christchurch, Dorset BH23 2BT
Tel: 01202 499330 Fax: 01202 499326
www.focalpointfires.co.uk
e-mail: [email protected]
Section
1.0
2.0
3.0
4.0
4.1
5.0
1.0
Contents
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Section
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6.0
7.0
8.0
8.1
9.0
10.0
11.0
Important Notes
Installation Requirements
Appliance Data
Unpacking the Appliance
Component Checklist
Appliance Assembly
Page No.
Contents
Site Requirements
Fixing the Appliance
Operating the Fire
Safety Cut-Out System
Maintenance
Cleaning
Spares
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IMPORTANT NOTES:
DO NOT use this appliance immediately below a fixed socket outlet.
DO NOT use this appliance in the immediate vicinity of a bath, shower, swimming pool or other area where water/moisture could present
a hazard.
CAUTION: This appliance must not be used in conjunction with any timer, programmer or thermal control, or any other device that will
switch on the appliance automatically, as a fire risk may occur if the heaters are accidentally covered or displaced.
Do not allow the heater to be covered as this may cause overheating. The appliance must not be placed near curtains or similar material.
A clearance space of at least one metre should be allowed in front of the appliance.
The electrical socket that the appliance uses MUST be easily accessible. Do not route the supply cord directly in front of the heater unit.
If the cord is damaged, it must be replaced by a service agent or competent person.
2.0
INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS:
The appliance is supplied with a pre-wired three pin plug, (13Amp fuse rated), and 2 metres of electrical cable. It is therefore necessary for
a suitable electrical socket to be located within this distance and be easily accessible.
This appliance is designed to be wall-h
hung, using the wall fixtures/fixings provided. DO NOT recess any part of appliance into the wall.
3.0
4.0
4.1
APPLIANCE DATA:
Supply Voltage:
Heating Elements:
Fuse Rating:
Lighting:
13 Amp
2 x 60W Clear “BC” bulbs
UNPACKING THE APPLIANCE:
Read all the instructions before continuing to unpack or install this appliance. Carefully remove the appliance from its packaging and lay
on the floor with it`s back surface downward. Note: DO NOT stand the appliance on its frame as this may cause distortion. Check that the
remaining packaging contents correlate with the component checklist below. Please dispose of all packaging with care at your local recycling centre.
COMPONENT CHECKLIST:
QUA
ANTITY
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5.0
230/240V ac, 50Hz
2 x 900W/2 x1000W
DESCRIPTION
Fire Appliance
Bag of Decorative Pebbles
Instruction Booklet
Screw and Wall-Plug Pack (4 x 37mm long round heads/4 x Fibre wall plugs)
Rear Frame Lower Section and (4 x No 8 self tapping fixing screws)
Lower Wall Fixing Brackets (2 x No 8 self tapping screws)
APPLIANCE ASSEMBLY:
Upper fixings
CAUTION: DO NOT CONNECT THE
APPLIANCE TO THE ELECTRICAL SUPPLY
AT THIS TIME
Attaching the Lower Section to the Rear
Frame:
Lower fixings
Carefully lay the fire onto its curved front, taking
care not to damage the metal plastic coated finish. The lower frame attaches using 4 No. 8 self
tapping screws as shown in Fig 1 on the right.
Ensure that any protective plastic coating is firstly removed, and that the edges are neatly
aligned before finally tightening screws.
4 x No 8 screws
inserted from this direction
2 per side
Fig 1 - Rear View of the Appliance
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6.0
SITE REQUIREMENTS:
The appliance is designed for wall mounting only, at a minimum distance of 100mm from the floor or hearth to the bottom edge of the rear
frame. The wall should be relatively flat and not interfere with any of the various vent holes in the back panel. The wall must be structurally sound and constructed of a material capable of withstanding moderate heat. Finished plaster, conventional wallpaper, dry-lined plasterboard are examples of suitable materials. Materials such as “flock blown vinyl” embossed paper which are sensitive to even small amounts
of heat should be avoided as some discolouration may occur.
If the appliance is to be mounted on a dry lined or a timber framed construction wall then the integrity and ability of the wall to carry the
weight of the appliance must be confirmed. It is important in these circumstances that any vapour control barrier and/or structural member of the house frame are not damaged.
7.0
FIXING THE APPLIANCE:
Marking Positions:
Having selected the final mounting position for the appliance, taking into account the site requirements as detailed above, the fire can now
be fixed to the wall. There are four fixing positions, two upper “hanging” positions, and two lower side bracket positions. Refer to Fig 1 for
details. The two upper positions are located 116mm down from the top edge of the top frame, and are spaced 350mm apart about the
centre line of the appliance. Once these have been marked the lower fixing positions can then be marked. These are 395mm vertically
below the upper fixing positions, and 103mm horizontally outward from the upper fixings. See Fig 1. Use a spirit level to ensure that both
upper and lower fixing positions are horizontally aligned.
Wall Fixings:
If the appliance is to be mounted on the inner leaf of a conventional cavity wall or a solid wall, drill four holes using a 7mm masonry bit.
Insert the fibre wall-plugs provided. If the appliance is to be mounted on a dry lined wall or timber framed construction, then special cavity screw fixings will be required, that are not supplied with this product. Insert 2 x 137mm long fixing screws into the upper two wall-plugs,
taking care to leave the screws protruding approximately 6mm from the wall.
Locate the two lower wall fixing brackets, and attach to the wall using the two remaining 137mm long fixing screws. Note: before fully tightening onto the wall, the brackets should be orientated into the final fixing positions as shown in Figs 1 and 2.
The appliance can now be “hung” onto the upper wall fixings, ensuring that the heads of the screws go through the keyhole shaped holes,
and then drop down into the slot.
Now slide in the lower case sides inside the left and right hand side lower fixing brackets as shown in Fig 2. Check that the hole in the lower
fixing brackets aligns with the hole in the side of the box on both left and right hand side.
Recheck that the appliance is perfectly horizontal with a spirit level, and
then attach the box to the lower brackets using the 2 x No 8 self tapping
screws and fully tighten.
Right hand side lower fixing
bracket. Left hand side is
identical
Fig 2
Finally peel off any remaining protective plastic coatings on the front and
rear frame, curved backpanel and the plastic fuel bed.
Placement of Pebbles:
Unpack the pebbles and arrange them over the fuel bed. The final pebble arrangement can only be done later when the appliance lamps
are switched on and light shines up through the transparent cover. Leave a gap of approximately 25mm between the back panel and the
pebbles. This allows light to shine up through the cut outs and illuminate the back panel.
8.0
OPERATING THE FIRE:
Read all instructions before use
Check that the fan outlet, mounted underneath the opening at the top, is not covered or obstructed in any way, and ensure the power to
the fire is switched on. The appliance is controlled using four switches mounted underneath the opening at the right hand side.
The left hand switch marked (0I), controls the main power to the appliance and switches on the visual light display. This feature can be used
independently of the heating features.
The next switch marked ( *) operates the fan blower without heat, and can be used for cool air circulation. However for this feature, the
main power switch (0I), must also be in the “on” position.
The next switch with a “single bar” marked (I) operates the low heat, (1kW), setting.
The switch with “ two single bars” marked (II) operates the high heat, (2kW), setting.
To operate the fire in any of the above modes, the left hand switch marked (OI) must be switched to the “on” position.
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8.0
OPERATING THE FIRE (continued):
To operate the fire, the left switch must be turned on first, followed by the second switch to start the blower, if required. To obtain heat from
the appliance, the I switch must then be operated for LOW heat, followed by the II switch for the HIGH heat setting.
The appliance can be switched off at any time, irrespective of the particular mode selected, by simply switching the left hand switch marked
(OI) to the “off” position. It is also recommended to unplug the power supply cable at the supply outlet when not in use.
8.1
SAFETY CUT-O
OUT SYSTEM:
This appliance has a safety cut-out system fitted which will activate if the air inlets or outlets are obstructed. For safety reasons the fire WILL
NOT switch on again automatically.
NOTE: The visual light effect will remain operational if the cut-o
out is activated, only the fan heater is prevented from operating.
The following procedure must be carried out before the fire can be operated again:
Unplug the power supply cable at the outlet socket and place all switches to off at the appliance. Leave the fire OFF for a period of not less
than 10 minutes, ensuring any obstructions are removed. Plug in the power supply cable at the outlet socket, and then switch on at the
appliance.
If the appliance fails to operate correctly, repeat the above procedure.
If an attempt to switch on is made before the safety cut-out has reset, the heaters may cut-out for a further period of time. If the sequence
has been followed correctly and the heaters still fail to function, check the power supply cable plug is plugged in to the outlet socket.
If this is not the cause, call an electrician.
9.0
MAINTENANCE:
ALWAYS DISCONNECT THE APPLIANCE FROM THE MAINS SUPPLY OUTLET SOCKET BEFORE UNDERTAKING ANY MAINTENANCE.
Excluding lamps and fuses, use only genuine spare parts available from your supplier. Replacement lamps must be of the same wattage and
specification as those stated in Section 3.0 Appliance Data.
Fig 3
Replacing the light bulbs.
1. Switch off at the appliance, and then disconnect the
appliance at the outlet socket.
2. Identify the location of the three Phillips lower cover plate light
box fixing screws, as shown in Fig 3, and remove by unscrewing
anticlockwise. Gently ease the cover plate downwards until it is
clear of the appliance to gain access to the light box compartment.
3. Remove the light bulb(s). Note that the bulbs have a conventional bayonet fitting. Replace with a new bulb(s).
4. Reposition the lower cover plate onto the appliance ensuring
that the two folded side flaps fit inside the the frame and replace
the three Phillips screws securing screws. Retighten fully clockwise.
5. Reconnect electrical supply and check for correct operation of
the lamps and both spinner assemblies.
10.0
Fixing screws
Lower Cover Plate
CLEANING:
ALWAYS DISCONNECT THE APPLIANCE FROM THE MAINS SUPPLY OUTLET SOCKET BEFORE UNDERTAKING ANY MAINTENANCE.
There are no specific requirements for care, other than regular cleaning of the general appliance. A wipe with a dry cloth is normally sufficient. DO NOT use abrasive cleaners as they can damage the finish. Stainless steel parts may be cleaned using an appropriate metal cleaner or baby oil. Test on a hidden part of the stainless steel before cleaning. Clean only in the direction of the grain.
11.0
SPARES:
Refer to Section 3.0 Appliance Data for lamp and fuse specification. Excluding lamps and fuses, use only genuine manufacturers spare parts
available from your supplier.
Waste electrical products should not be disposed of with household waste. Please recycle where facilities exist. Check with
your local authority or retailer for recycling advice.
As our policy is one of continuous improvement and development, we therefore hope that you will understand we must retain the right to
amend details and/or specifications without prior notice.
DO 005560/00
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