FocalPoint P23E Installation And User Instructions Manual

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FocalPoint P23E Installation And User Instructions Manual | Manualzz

MONET aand TTRINITY

MODEL :: PP23E

Revision B - 06/06

Country(s) of destination - GB/IE

Focal Point Fires plc, Christchurch, Dorset BH23 2BT

Tel: 01202 499330 Fax: 01202 499326 www.focalpointfires.co.uk

e-mail: [email protected]

MONET ((P23E)

TRINITY ((P23E)

Fig 1 Dimensions Monet shown

CONTENTS

Section Contents

1.0

Preliminary Notes

2.0

Appliance Data/Specifications

3.0

Electrical Installation Requirements

4.0

Site Requirements

5.0

Clearances to Combustible Materials

6.0

Unpacking the Appliance

7.0

Component Checklist

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Section Contents

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8.0

Preparing the Appliance

9.0

Fixing the Appliance

10.0

Operating the Appliance

11.0

Safety Cut-Out System

12.0 Maintenance - Lamp Replacement

13.0

Cleaning

14.0

Servicing

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1.0

The Monet and Trinity Electric Wall Heaters provide convected heating in conjunction with a visual fuel effect display. The Trinity differs only in respect of the design of the decorative front frame.

The appliance is designed for indoor use, and can be simply wall mounted in the majority of wall positions anticipated. It can can be located in any household room, with the exception of bathrooms.

Read all of the instructions before commencing installation. Retain for future reference and pass on as necessary to subsequent owners of the appliance.

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: TThis aappliance m any oother ddevice tthat w dentally ccovered oor ddisplaced.

Note: TThe hheater ooutlet iis llocated oon tthe ttop ssurface bbehind tthe ffront fframe.

Do not allow the heater to be covered as this may cause overheating. Additionally, DO NOT place any items on top of this appliance. The appliance must not be placed near curtains or similar material. A clearance space of at least 500mm should be allowed in front of the appliance.

MUST bbe eeasily aaccessible. D must bbe rreplaced bby aa sservice aagent oor ccompetent pperson.

2.0

3.0

Weight ((kg):

Dimensions ((mm):

Voltage ((Volts):

Heating EElements:

Cord:

Supply PPlug:

Location:

Lighting:

10.0 kg

H 585 x W 500 x D 133

230-240V a.c. 50Hz

2 x 900/1000 Watts

2 metres

BS 1363, 13A Fused

Indoor Use

1 x 60W Amber B.C. Bulb

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS

The appliance is designed to be wall mounted using the brackets and fixings provided.

D O N CEESSSS A NYY PPA APPPPIIA CEE..

The appliance is supplied with a pre-wired three pin BS1363 plug (13 Amp fuse rated), and 2 metre cable. A standard switched outlet/wall socket, (including earth provision), must therefore be located within this distance, and be easily accessible in order to isolate the supply for maintenance and cleanmuusstt nnoott be mounted behind or above the appliance.

MPPO RTTA APPPPLLIIA NC USSTT BBEE EEA

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4.0

5.0

The appliances are designed to be wall mounted via the brackets on the rear panel with the fixings provided. The wall should be relatively flat and not interfere with any of the ventilation slots in the rear panel.

The wall must be structurally sound and of a material capable of withstanding moderate heat. Finished plaster, conventional wallpaper, dry-lined plaster board are examples of suitable materials. Materials such as “flock blown vinyl”, embossed paper and cloth wall coverings which are sensitive to even small amounts of heat should be avoided, as some discolouration may occur.

It should be noted that the appliance creates warm convected air currents. These currents move heat from the room surroundings to, and up the wall surfaces adjacent to the heater.

Installing the heater next to these types of wall coverings or operating the heater where impurities in the air, (such as tobacco smoke) exist, may slightly discolour wall finishing.

If the appliance is to be mounted on a dry lined or timber framed construction 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 barrier and/or structural members of the house frame are not damaged.

If you are unsure of the ability of the wall to carry the weight and/or which type of wall fixing to use, you should take professional advice and obtain the correct fixings. Alternatively, find a more suitable wall location.

D O N

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- mount on a ceiling or floor.

recess any part of the appliance into the wall.

site any electrical equipment e.g. plasma screen TV sets etc, on the wall above the appliance. site in a position where curtains or drapes could cover the appliance.

site in a position where other soft materials could cover e.g. below a coat rack.

site behind an opening door where mechanical impact/damage could occur.

site where the supply cable would become a trip hazard.

sit, stand or forcefully pull on the appliance.

obstruct, cover or force items into the openings.

use the heater to dry clothes.

site/use in an outdoor location(s).

run the supply cable under carpets.

COMBUSTIBLE M

It is important that the following clearances are maintained from the appliance to combustible materials. These clearances are dependant on the mounting location as defined below:

The minimum distance from the top of the appliance to a ceiling is 500mm.

The minimum distance to the sides of the appliance is 100mm.

The minimum distance to the front of the applaince is 500mm.

The appliance can be wall mounted at floor level, providing it does not stand on a carpet or similar material.

Allow clearance to carpets of 30mm.

A shelf may me mounted above the appliance provided it meets the requirements for shelfs as detailed in b) below.

If mounted into a fireplace surround, ensure that the minimum clearance distances to mantles and/or any shelves fitted above the appliance are as follows:

2” or (50mm)

6” or (152mm)

When iinstalled w must bbe aassured.

Distance

( measured from top of appliance)

11.5 “ or (290mm)

15.4 “ or (390mm)

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6.0

7.0

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 front 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.

QUANTITY

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DESCRIPTION

Fire Appliance and Decorative Frame

Bag of Decorative Pebbles

Instruction Booklet

37mm long round head screws

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Wall Mounting Template

8.0

NOT cconnect tthe aappliance tto tthe ssupply aat tthis sstage.

1. Carefully remove the front decorative frame from the main casing by unscrewing and removing the 2 lower M6 fixing bolts, (2 located on either side), as shown in Fig 2. Upper

Fixings

Lower

Fixings

Lift the frame vertically upwards to clear the upper two fixing bolts and pull gently forwards to release from the main case assembly.

Fig 2

Now remove the 2 x No 8 Phillips self tapping screws, retaining the lower lamp cover plate, as shown in Fig 3, and remove the cover plate.

No 8 fixing screws

Lamp cover plate

3. Carefully “ease” the white fuel bed from the appliance.

This allows access to the lower fixing position located at the back of the main case assembly. See Fig 4.

Lower fixing position

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Fig 3

Fig 4

9.0

Having selected the final mounting position for the appliance, taking into account the site requirements as detailed in section 4, the heater can now be fixed to the wall.

There are three fixing positions, two upper “hanging” positions”, and one lower position on the backpanel located behind the fuel bed. Refer to Fig 4 for details.

A template is provided to aid location of fixings. Use a spirit level to ensure that the template is level. This ensures that both upper and lower fixing positions are horizontally aligned.

Using the template in the required position on the wall, “mark through” the template and onto the wall at the three mounting locations designated “P23E” for this particular appliance. Now remove the template.

If the appliance is to be mounted on the inner leaf of a conventional cavity wall or a solid wall, drill three holes using a 7mm masonry bit.

Insert the 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 37mm long fixing screws into the upper two wall-plugs, taking care to leave the screws protruding approximately 6mm from the wall.

The appliance can now be “hung” onto the two upper wall fixings, ensuring that the heads of the screws go through the keyhole shaped holes, and then drop down into the slot.

Ensure that the lower rear panel fixing hole aligns with the wall plug, and then insert 1 x 37mm long fixing screw and fully tighten.

Finally fully tighten the two upper fixing screws, through the two panel acess holes at the front of the appliance.

Note: re-assembly is the reverse of disassembly as described in section 8.0

1. Refit the fuel bed, ensuring that the lamp spinner is free to rotate.

2. Refit the lower lamp cover plate, firstly inserting the bottom edge behind the firebox lip. Secure with the two screws previously removed.

3. Reattach the front decorative frame by hanging onto the two upper fixing bolts, and reinserting the two lower fixing bolts through the lower fixing brackets. Retighten the two lower fixing bolts.

Note: For Trinity models either the chrome or brass decorative trim pieces can be attached. Use the the supplied magnets equally spaced along the rear face of each trim section. Fit both side sections firstly, followed by the top and bottom sections.

Finally, peel off any remaining protective plastic coatings on the front frame, curved backpanel and the plastic fuel bed.

D) PPlacement oof PPebbles:

Unpack the pebbles and arrange them over the fuel bed. The final pebble arrangement can only be done later when the lamp is switched on and light shines up through the transparent cover.

The ideal pebble layout is shown in the photograph on the right.

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10.0

Check that the heater outlet grille, mounted at the top of the appliance, 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 at the right hand side towards the top.

The first switch towards the front, 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 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.

To operate the fire, the first switch must be turned on firstly, 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 aappliance ccan bbe sswitched ooff aat aany ttime, iirrespective oof tthe pparticular m marked ((OI) tto tthe ““off” pposition.

11.0

This appliance has a safety cut-out system fitted which will activate if the air inlets or heater outlets are obstruct-

NOT switch on again automatically.

NOTE: TThe vvisual llight eeffect w prevented ffrom ooperating.

1. Unplug the power supply cable at tthe ooutlet ssocket aand pplace aall sswitches tto ooff aat tthe aappliance.

2. Leave the fire OFF for a period of not less than 10 minutes, ensuring any obstructions are removed.

3. Plug in the power supply cable at tthe ooutlet ssocket, aand tthen sswitch oon aat tthe aappliance.

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 at the outlet socket. If this is not the cause, call an electrician.

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14.0

MAINTENANCE

DISCONNECT TTHE A

MAINTENANCE.

Excluding the lamp and fuse, use only genuine spare parts available from your supplier. Replacement lamps must be of the same wattage and specification as those stated in Section 2.0 Appliance Data/Specifications.

Replacing tthe LLight BBulb.

1. Switch off at the appliance, and then disconnect the plug from the outlet socket.

2. Remove the decorative front frame, and the lower lamp cover plate (2 x screws), as described in section 8.0 to gain access to the bulb. Note: the fuel bed can be removed if necessary to aid replacement.

3. The bulb has a conventional bayonet fitting. Remove and replace with the new bulb (see Fig 5 opposite).

4. Reposition the lower lamp cover plate and replace the two No 8 Phillips screws, and tighten fully.

5. Reposition the decorative front frame and retighten the two lower frame fixing bolts.

Fig 5

6. Reconnect electrical supply and check for correct operation of the lamp and spinner assembly.

CLEANING

DISCONNECT TTHE A

CLEANING.

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.

SERVICING

There aare nno iinternal uuser sserviceable pparts.

Check regularly for security of wall fixings as appropriate. Also check security of supply cable and connections.

If the supply cable becomes damaged, it must be replaced by a service agent or competent person, such as a qualified electrician.

The wires in the cable are coloured in accordance with the following code:

LIVE

NEUTRAL

EARTH

- Brown

- Blue

- Green/Yellow

Refer to Section 2.0, Appliance Data for fuse specification. Excluding fuses and lamps , 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 hope therefore you will understand we must retain the right to amend details and/or specifications without prior notice.

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