Xtrafast 96-120 Installation & Service Manual Boilers - Glow-worm

Xtrafast 96-120 Installation & Service Manual Boilers - Glow-worm
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Instructions for Use
Installation and Servicing
Hab 255a
To b e l e f t w i t h t h e u s e r
96
120
G.C. No. 47-047-25
G.C. No. 47-047-26
Fanned Flue Combination Boiler
This is a Cat II2H3+ Appliance
The instructions consist of three parts, User, Installation and Servicing Instructions, which include the Guarantee Registration Card.
The instructions are an integral part of the appliance and must, to comply with the current issue of the Gas Safety (Installation and Use)
Regulations, be handed to the user on completion of the installation.
Guarantee Registration
Thank you for installing a new Glow-worm appliance in your home.
Glow-worm appliances' are manufactured to the very highest standard so we are pleased
to offer our customers' a Comprehensive First Year Guarantee.
In the centre pages are to be found your Guarantee Registration Card, which we recommend you complete and
return as soon as possible.
If this card is missing you can obtain a copy or record your registration by telephoning the Heatcall Customer
Service number 01773 828100.
Our Guarantee gives you peace of mind plus valuable protection against breakdown by covering the cost of:
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All replacement parts
All labour charges
All call-out charges
REGISTER YOUR GLOW-WORM APPLIANCE
FOR 1ST YEAR GUARANTEE PROTECTION
CALL 0208 247 9857
Customer Services:
Tel: (01773) 828100
One Contact Local Service Fax: (01773) 828070
Hepworth Heating Ltd.,
Nottingham Road, Belper, Derbyshire. DE56 1JT
General/Sales enquiries:
Tel: (01773) 824141 Fax: (01773) 820569
Important Information
Testing and Certification
This boiler is tested and certificated for safety and performance. It is therefore important that no alteration is made to the boiler,
without permission, in writing, from Hepworth Heating Ltd.
Any alteration not approved by Hepworth Heating Ltd., could invalidate the certification, boiler warranty and may also infringe the
current issue of the Statutory Requirements. The requirements are: The installation of this boiler must be carried out by a
competent person in accordance with the current rules in force in the countries of destination at the time of installation.
Manufacture's instructions supplied. Manufacture's instructions must not be taken as overriding statutory requirements.
Note: The boiler serial number is marked on the label attached to the inside of the drop down door. Refer to the
'Introduction' section for a description of the basic functions of the boiler. The 'Users' section describes how to safely operate the
boiler.
Mandatory warning for CEE countries
Warning: This appliance is designed, approved and inspected to meet the requirements of the market. The identification plate
located on the inside of the appliance certifies the origin where the product was manufactured and the country for which it is
intended.
If you see any exception to this rule, please contact your nearest Glow-worm dealer.
Thank you in advance for your assistance.
CE Mark
This boiler meets the requirements of Statutory Instrument No. 3083 The boiler (Efficiency) Regulations, and therefore is
deemed to meet the requirements of Directive 92/42/EEC on the efficiency requirements for new hot water boilers fired with
liquid or gaseous fuels.
Type test for purposes of Regulation 5 certified by: Notified body ****.
Product/production certified by: Notified body ****.
The CE mark on this appliance shows compliance with:
1. Directive 90/396/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to appliances burning
gaseous fuels.
2. Directive 73/23/EEC on the harmonization of the Laws of the Member States relating to the electrical equipment
designed for use within certain voltage limits.
3. Directive 89/336/EEC on the approximation of the Laws of the Member States relating to electromagnetic
compatibility.
Substances Hazardous to Health
The adhesives and sealants used in this appliance are cured and give no known hazard in this state.
INSULATION PADS/CERAMIC FIBRE, GLASSYARN, MINERAL WOOL
These can cause irritation to skin, eyes and the respiratory tract.
If you have a history of skin complaint you may be susceptible to irritation. High dust levels are usual only if the material is
broken.
Normal handling should not cause discomfort, but follow normal good hygiene and wash your hands before eating, drinking or
going to the lavatory.
If you do suffer irritation to the eyes or severe irritation to the skin seek medical attention.
The insulation is composed of non-combustible material.
Spare Parts
REMEMBER, When replacing a part on this appliance, use only spare parts that you can be assured conform to the safety and
performance specification that we require. Do not use reconditioned or copy parts that have not been clearly authorised by Hepworth
Heating Ltd.
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Contents
CONTENTS
INSTRUCTION
FOR USE
INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
SERVICING
INSTRUCTIONS
DESCRIPTION
SECTION
Introduction
Controls and Lighting
Clock-timer instructions for use
Draining
Safety Devices
Servicing and Maintenance
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Technical Data
Dimensions
Heating System Design
Domestic Hot Water System Design
Boiler Schematic
Boiler Location, Flue and Ventilation
Fixing Jig Pack
Piping System Installation
Boiler Installation
Flue Installation
Electrical Connection
Commissioning
Safety Devices
Changing Gas Type
Settings
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Routine Cleaning and Inspection
Fault Finding
Wiring Diagram
Replacement of Parts
Spare Parts
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Introduction
The XTRAFAST 96 and 120 boiler is a wall mounted modulating
combination boiler with electronic ignition providing central
heating and instantaneous hot water. The boiler is equipped
with a 4 litre domestic hot water storage vessel that ensures
maximum hot water temperature stability during domestic
demand.
of 3mm on both poles. The switch should be readily accessible
and preferably adjacent to the appliance. It should supply the
appliance only and be easily identifiable as so doing.
Alternatively, an unswitched shuttered socket outlet and 3A
fused 3 pin plug, both to the current issue of BS1363 may be
used provided that they are not used in a room containing a bath
or shower.
The boiler is of the II2H3+ category for use with Natural Gas (G20)
as distributed in the United Kingdom.
Wiring to the boiler must be PVC 85oC insulated cable, not less
than 0.75mm2 (24/0.20mm).
The boiler has a fan assisted balanced flue which both discharges
the products of combustion to and draws the combustion air
from the outside of the room.
Gas safety (Installation and use) Regulations
The boiler is suitable for top outlet flue connection only.
In your interests and that of gas safety, it is the law that ALL gas
appliances are installed and serviced by a qualified registered
person in accordance with the above regulations.
Both the central heating and domestic hot water temperature
are user adjustable from the boiler control panel.
Gas leak or fault
Domestic hot water demand always has priority over heating
demand.
If a gas leak or fault exists or is suspected, turn the boiler off and
consult the local gas supply company or your installation/
service company.
The boiler is designed for use as part of a sealed water central
heating system with fully pumped circulation. The pump,
expansion vessel and associated safety devices are all fitted
within the boiler.
Air in the heating system
The boiler can be installed against either an external wall or on
an adjacent inside wall, that is, the flue system will pass directly
to the rear or to either side to the terminal fitted on the outside
wall face.
Persistent air in the heating system may indicate leaks in the
system or corrosion taking place. Call your Installation/Servicing
company.
The installation must be carried out by a competent person in
accordance with the relevant requirements of The Building
Regulations, The Water Byelaws, The Building Standards
(Scotland) Regulations and any applicable local regulations.
Overheating safety
In the event of a problem, the overheating safety devices cause
safety shutdown of the boiler. If this happens, call your
Installation/Servicing company.
These instructions should be carefully followed for the safe and
economical use of your boiler.
Boiler controls
The control panel, located at the lower front of the boiler casing,
see diagram 1, allows the boiler to be started, shut down,
controlled and monitored during use.
Electrical Supply
WARNING: This boiler must be earthed.
All system components shall be of an approved type and shall
be connected in accordance with the current issue of BS7671
and any applicable local regulations.
Flue
Do not obstruct the outside terminal of the boiler.
All external wiring between the appliance and the electrical
supply and earthing requirements shall comply with the current
IEE Regulations.
Ancillary equipment
Connection of the boiler and system controls to the mains
supply must be through a common isolator and must be fused
3A, maximum. This method of connection must be by a fused
double pole isolating switch, with a minimum contact separation
For further information contact your supplier.
1 - On/Off button
2 - Summer/Winter mode selector
3 - Hot water temperature adjuster
4 - Hot water set point display
5 - Graphic display
6 - Heating temperature adjuster
7 - Heating set point display
8 - Display backlight
9 - Clock-timer
(refer to clock-timer
instructions for use).
1
1.5
Diagram 1
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A range of flue accessories are available including vertical
flues, twin-pipe flues, bends etc.
Controls and Lighting
Lighting the boiler :
Make sure that:
• The boiler is connected to the electrical supply.
• The gas service cock is open.
Then follow the instructions below :
A
Press the On/Off button (1)
The pressure must be between 1 and 2 bar. If not, the system must be filled by a competent person.
O
I
1
3
2 1 24 23
4
22
9
10
Hab 264
14 13 12 11
15
mode
16
8 7 6 5
20 19 18 17
21
1.5 bar
0
1
To stop the boiler : Press button (1)
B
Press the sur
mode
button
select the winter
symbol
Appuyer
mode
pourto
sélectionner
la position
hiver
Appuyer
mode
pourto
sélectionner
la position
été
Press
the sur
mode
button
select the summer
symbol
1.5 bar
10 °C
mode
The
actual temperature
Température
actuelle
of
thele
heating
system
dans
circuit chauffage
The
flamelorsque
symbolle appears
Apparaît
brûleur
when
the
boiler is running
est en
fonctionnement
Adjusting the hot water temperature
C
Press + or
adjust
theajuster
maximum
temperature
Appuyer
sur- to
+ ou
- pour
la température
of the hotde
water
°C to 60
°C)
maximale
l'eau(38
chaude
sanitaire
(38°C à 60°C)
1.5 bar
mode
Illuminates
when
Apparaît
lorsque
le
the boiler
lights
brûleur
fonctionne
Adjusting the heating temperature
Press + orsur
- to
adjust
theajuster
maximum
temperature
Appuyer
+ ou
- pour
la température
of the heating
(38°Cdu
to circuit
87°C) chauffage
maximale
souhaitée
Visual indication
set temperature
Visualisation
de laof
température
demandée
50
Setting to the WINTER position
(Heating + hot water)
Visual indication
set temperature
Visualisation
de laof
température
demandée
60
mode
°C
°C
mode
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Setting to the SUMMER position
(Hot water only)
To obtain domestic hot water, open a hot water tap. Hot water always has priority over central heating.
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Clock-timer instructions for use
The boiler must be conected to the electrical supply and
switched on.
Setting the programme "On" and "Off" times
Setting the time
• Select the "On" times by pushing the white tappets to the
outside, see diagram 2.
Rotate the clock actuater mechanism clockwise, by hand, until
the current time is indicated by the arrow, see diagram 2.
• Select the 'Off' times by pushing the white tappets to the inside,
see diagram 2.
Note: The time is set in 24 hour format, for example, 1300 for
1pm.
The clock shown in diagram 2 is set as follows:
ON - 07.00am to 09.00am (7-9)
OFF - 09.00am to 4.00pm
(9-16)
ON - 4.00pm to 10.00pm
(16-22)
To override or advance the
clock
The clock has a manual On/
Off switch, see diagram 3,
which operates as follows :
Reg 050
Reg 049
OFF - 10.00pm to 07.00am (22-7)
Upper position
Heating On/Off as set by the
tappets.
Middle position
Heating Off continuously
Lower position
Heating On continuously
Diagram 2
Diagram 3
Draining
Protection against freezing
Draining and filling
If the boiler is to be out of use for any long periods during severe
weather conditions, it is recommended that the whole system,
including the boiler, be drained to avoid the risk of freezing.
Caution: The boiler is installed as part of a sealed system which
must only be drained and filled by a competent person.
If in doubt, consult your servicing company.
Safety Devices
are left connected. The frost protection device will light the boiler
when the temperature of the boiler water falls below 6°C. When
the temperature reaches 16°C, the boiler stops.
Air flow rate safety device
If an obstruction, even partial, of the flue occurs, for any reason,
the built in safety system of the boiler will turn the boiler OFF and
the fan will continue to run. The boiler will be ready to operate
when the fault has been cleared.
Note : This device works irrespective of any room thermostat
setting and will protect the complete heating system.
Heating safety valve
Overheat safety
CAUTION: A heating safety valve with a discharge pipe is fitted
to this boiler.
In case of boiler overheating, the overheat thermostat will turn
the boiler off. The thermostat, located on the heat exchanger
flow pipe, will need to be manually reset. To have this done call
a qualified service engineer or Heatcall (Glow-worm’s own
service organisation) using the telephone number behind the
controls cover door or on the front cover of this booklet.
The valve MUST NOT BE TOUCHED except by a qualified
registered person. If the valve discharges at any time, switch the
boiler off and isolate it from the electrical supply. Contact your
installation/service company.
In case of power supply failure
Pressure relief valve
The boiler no longer operates. As soon as power supply is
restored, the boiler will be automatically restarted.
CAUTION: A domestic hot water pressure relief valve, with a
discharge pipe is fitted to this boiler.
Frost protection
The valve MUST NOT BE TOUCHED except by a qualified
registered person. If the valve discharges at any time, switch the
boiler off and isolate it from the electrical supply. Contact a
qualified service engineer or Heatcall (Glow-worm’s own service
organisation) using the telephone number behind the controls
cover door or on the front cover of this booklet.
The XTRAFAST has a built in frost protection device that
protects the boiler from freezing. If the boiler is to be left and
there is a risk of frost, ensure that the gas and electrical supplies
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Servicing and Maintenance
To ensure the continued efficient and safe operation of the
appliance it is recommended that it is checked and serviced as
necessary at regular intervals. The frequency of servicing will
depend upon the particular installation conditions and usage,
but in general once a year should be enough.
Cleaning
WARNING: This appliance contains metal parts (components)
and care should be taken when handling and cleaning with
particular regard to edges of sheet metal parts to avoid any
possiblity of personal injury.
If this appliance is installed in a rented property there is a duty
of care imposed on the owner of the property by the current
issue of the Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations,
Section 35.
The boiler casing can be cleaned using a mild liquid detergent
with a damp cloth, followed by a dry cloth to polish.
Do not use any form of abrasive or solvent cleaner as you
may damage the paint work.
Servicing/maintenance should be carried out by a competent
person in accordance with the rules in force in the countries of
destination.
Boiler casing
To obtain service, please call your installer or Heatcall (Glowworm’s own service organisation) using the telephone number
behind the controls cover door.
CAUTION. Do not remove or adjust the casing in any way, as
incorrect fitting may result in faulty operation. If in doubt, consult
your installation/service company.
Please be advised that the ‘Benchmark’ logbook should be
completed by the installation engineer on completion of
commissioning and servicing.
All CORGI Registered Installers carry a CORGI ID card, and
have a registration number. Both should be recorded in your
boiler Logbook. You can check your installer is CORGI registered
by calling CORGI direct on: 01256 372300.
Heating output ajustable from ... (kW) 10,4
11,7
to ... (kW) 27,6
34,6
from ... (BTU/H) 35,485 39,920
to ... (BTU/H) 94,170 118,053
Efficiency
(%)
**
**
Maximum heating temperature
(°C)
87
87
Expansion vessel effective capacity (l)
7
12
Expansion vessel charge pressure (bar)
0,5
0,5
Maximum system capacity at 75°C (l)
160
275
Safety valve,
maximum service pressure (bar)
3
3
Products outlet diameter
(mm)
60
60
Fresh air inlet diameter
(mm)
100
100
Ø Burner injector
Inlet pressure
Burner pressure
Gas rate maximum
Gas rate minimum
(mm)
(mbar)
(mbar)
(m3/h)
(m3/h)
Electrical supply
Maximum absorbed power
Level of protection
(V)
(W)
Fuse rating
Hot water
Lift weight
Total weight
(inclusive water)
Hot water output
automatically variable from ... (kW) 10,4
11,7
to ... (kW) 27,6
34,6
from ... (BTU/H) 35,485 39,920
to ... (BTU/H) 94,170 118,053
Maximum hot water temperature (°C)
60
60
Specific flow rate (for 30°C temp rise)
(l/min.) 13,2
16,5
Threshold flow rate
(l/min.)
1
1
Nominal water flow rate
(l/min.) 11,3
16,5
Maximum supply pressure
(bar)
8
8
Minimum operating pressure
(bar)
0,7
0,7
XTRAFAST 120
Natural Gas (G20)
XTRAFAST 96
XTRAFAST 120
Heating
XTRAFAST 96
1 Technical Data
1,20
20
13,8
3,20
1,32
1,20
20
14,1
3,98
1,48
230
220
IP44
230
220
IP44
125mAT 125mAT
Xtrafast 96
51.2kg (112.9lb)
Xtrafast 120
**.*kg (**.**lb)
**.*kg (**.**lb)
**.*kg (**.**lb)
The Seasonal Efficiency Domestic Boilers UK (SEDBUK) is
**.*%.
The value is used in the UK Government's Standard
Assesssment Procedure (SAP) for energy rating of dwellings.
The test data from which it has been calculated have been
certified by B.S.I.
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PUMP 96
1
50
2
3
40
4
5
30
20
Pom 010 a
Available pressure (kPa) between
heating supply and return lines
60
10
0
0
200
400
600
(10 kPa = 1 m WG)
800
1000
1200
Flow rate through heating system (I/h)
PUMP 120
70
60
50
5
4
3
1
2
40
30
20
Pom 058
Available pressure (kPa) between
heating supply and return lines
80
10
0
0
200
(10 kPa = 1 m WG)
1
Bypass fully shut
400
600
800
1000
1200
Flow rate through heating system (I/h)
2
Open 1/4 turn
3
Open 1/2 turn
4
Open 1 turn
5
Open 2 turns
Diagram 4
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2 Dimensions
65
7422
The XTRAFAST is delivered in three separate
packages:
- the boiler
- the fixing jig
- the flue system
234
890
Lifting Weight:
51,2 kg
X = 470 (96)
552 (120)
X
0
38
Diagram 5
3 Heating System Design
• The total volume of water permitted for the heating system
depends, amongst other things, on the static head in the cold
condition. The expansion vessel on the boiler is pressurised at
0,5 bar (corresponding to a static head of 5 m w.g.) and allows
a maximum system volume of 160 litres for an average
temperature of 75°C and a maximum service pressure of 3 bar.
This pressure setting can be modified at commissioning stage
if the static head differs. An additional expansion vessel can be
fitted to the system if required, see diagram 8.2.
• The XTRAFAST is compatible with any type of installation.
• Heating surfaces may consist of radiators, convectors or fan
assisted convectors.
• The XTRAFAST can be piped directly to an underfloor
heating system without the need for a mixing bottle. The
maximum central heating flow temperature can be set to
53°C.on the boiler printed circuit board during commissioning.
• Pipe sectional areas shall be determined in accordance with
normal practices, using the output/pressure curve (diagram
4). The distribution system shall be calculated in accordance
with the output requirements of the actual system, not the
maximum output of the boiler. However, provision shall be
made to ensure sufficient flow so that the temperature difference
between the flow and return pipes be less than or equal to
20°C. The minimum flow is 400 l/h.
• Provision shall be made for a drain valve at the lowest point of
the system.
• Where thermostatic radiator valves are fitted, not all radiators
must be fitted with this type of valve, and in particular, where the
room thermostat is installed.
• In the case of an existing installation, it is ESSENTIAL that the
system is thoroughly flushed prior to installing the new boiler.
• The piping system shall be routed so as to avoid any air
pockets and facilitate permanent venting of the installation.
Bleed fittings must be provided at every high point of the
system and on all radiators.
Filling the system
A filling device must be provided to fill the system, see diagram
8.2.
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• Copper tubing or plastic hep2o may be used for the domestic
hot water system. Unnecessary pressure losses should be
avoided.
bar, but under reduced flow rate. Best operating comfort will be
obtained from a supply pressure of 1 bar.
'Hard Water Areas'
• A flow restrictor limiting the flow through the boiler to a
maximum of 12 l/min is fitted to the boiler.
In areas where the water is 'hard', more than 200mg/litre, it is
recommended that a proprietary scale reducer is fitted in the
cold water supply to the boiler.
• The boiler will operate with a minimum supply pressure of 0,7
1 - Domestic thermistor
2 - Three way valve
3 - Gas valve
4 - Ignition module
5 - Heating element
6 - Micro accumulation vessel
7 - Burner
8 - Ignition electrode
9 - Combustion chamber
10 - Micro accumulation vessel thermistor
11 - Main heat exchanger
12 - Air pressure switch
13 - Heating safety valve (3 bar)
14 - Electronic control (PCB)
15 - Domestic water flow sensor
16 - Bypass
17 - Domestic heat exchanger
18 - Pump
19 - Expansion vessel
20 - Heating thermistor
21 - Overheat safety thermostat
22 - Flame sense electrode
23 - Fan
24 - Domestic safety valve (10 bar)
25 - Loss of water sensor
19
A - Heating return
B - Cold water inlet
C - Heating flow
D - Domestic hot water outlet
E - Gas
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12
23
11
10
21
9
7
22
8
4
20
18
6
5
3
2
16
17
1
15
14
25
13
A B
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Diagram 5.1
6 Boiler Location, Flue and Ventilation
6.2 Terminal guard
If the appliance has to be stored for any length of time before
installation it should be kept in a safe place where it will not be
a hazard to persons or obstruct any access. Care should be
taken when handling or moving the appliance taking note of the
trucking points on the sides of the carton.
A terminal guard is required if persons could come into contact
with the terminal or the terminal could be sublject to damage.
If a terminal guard is required, it must be positioned to provide
a minimum of 50mm clearance from any part of the terminal and
to be central over the terminal.
6.1 Clearances
The position of the boiler must be such that there is adequate
space for servicing.
Teminal guard type K3 supplied by:
Tower flue components Ltd.
Morley road
Tonbridge
Kent
TN9 1RA
The recommended clearances are:
20 mm either side of the boiler.
600 mm at the front of the boiler.
300 mm below the boiler.
6.3 Flue options
25 mm above the flue elbow.
There are various flue systems to choose from as follows:
Note: The boiler must be mounted on a flat wall which is
sufficiently robust to take its weight when full, that is, ** kg. If in
doubt, expert advice should be obtained. In the event of the wall
being found not suitable.
Standard horizontal flue pack.
Standard horizontal extended flue pack.
Vertical flue pack.
Note: It is permissible to install the boiler with smaller clearances
than those quoted above PROVIDING that adequate
consideration is given for Servicing/Repairs at a later date. If
any doubt exists, contact the Glow-worm Technical Helpline
01773 828100.
Twin flue pack.
Extentions, 90° and 45° bends.
Flue options and accessories.
The minimum acceptable spacings from the terminal to
obstructions and ventilation openings are shown in diagram
6.1.
For detailed information refer to flue guide Part No. 223278.
The boiler must be installed so that the terminal is exposed to
the external air.
The boiler can be fitted in a cupboard or compartment without
the need for permanent ventilation.
6.4 Cupboard or compartment ventilation
MINIMUM SITING DIMENSIONS FOR THE
POSITIONING OF FLUE TERMINALS
MM
A DIRECTLY BELOW, ABOVE OR
HORIZONTALLY TO AN OPENING, AIR
BRICK, OPENING WINDOWS, AIR VENT, OR
ANY OTHER VENTILATION OPENING
300
B BELOW GUTTER, DRAIN/SOIL PIPE 75
C BELOW EAVES
200
D BELOW A BALCONY OR CAR PORT 300
E FROM VERTICAL DRAIN PIPES AND
SOIL PIPES
300
F FROM INTERNAL CORNERS AND
EXTERNAL CORNERS
300
G ABOVE ADJACENT GROUND OR
BALCONY LEVEL
300
H FROM SURFACE FACING THE
TERMINAL
600
I FACING TERMINALS
1200
J FROM OPENING (DOOR/WINDOW)
IN CAR PORT INTO DWELLING
1200
K VERTICAL FROM A TERMINAL
1500
L HORIZONTALLY FROM A TERMINAL 600
2816
Should any doubt exist as to the permissible position of the
terminal, contact the Glow-worm Technical Helpline 01773
828100.
C
A
B,C
B,C
G
A
F
G
E
K
F
F
A
K
L
G
G
L
K
G
UNDER CAR PORT etc.
D
J
F
K
H,I
Diagram 6.1
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The fixing jig is made up, from left to right, as follows:
A - Heating return fitting with isolating valve(v) and
drain knob (u).
B - Cold water inlet fitting with isolating valve (m)and
factory fitted flow regulator and filter (not shown).
C - Heating flow fitting with isolating valve (q), drain
knob (r) and safety valve (s1).
D - Domestic hot water outlet fitting with safety valve
(s2).
E - Gas fitting.
Other components within the fixing jig pack.
F - Hanging bracket
G - wall template
H - copper connections
J - sealing washers
G
K - sealant (putty)
SCREW
(4 OFF)
A
ISOLATING
VALVE PLATE
u
C
K
J
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F
r
B
E
D
q
v
s1
m
s2
H COPPER
LEFT
HAND
SUPPORT
BRACKET
CONNECTIONS
AND WASHERS
(7 OFF)
RIGHT
HAND
SUPPORT
BRACKET
THE FIXING JIG SHOWN ASSEMBLED
Diagram 7.1
8 Piping System Installation
8.1 Fixing jig
bracket are fitted to a flat and true wall area for correct alignment
with the boiler. If this is cannot be achieved it is acceptable to
pack out the service cock bracket to obtain the correct alignment.
• Remove the contents of the fixing jig pack.
• Secure the left and right hand support brackets to the isolating
valve plate with the securing screws (4 OFF) supplied, see
diagram 7.1.
• Position the wall template, see diagram 8.1.
• Connect the six copper connections and sealing washers to
the isolating valves, see diagram 7.1.
• Drill, plug and fix the hanging bracket to the wall using suitable
screws.
• Heating system connections - Pipe diam. 22mm
• Check that the hanging bracket is level.
• Hot water system connections - Pipe diam. 15mm
• Drill plug and fix the fixing jig to the wall.
• Gas connection - Pipe diam. 22mm
• For horizontal flue system, mark the position for the flue hole
as follows:
• Mark the position of the holes for the hanging bracket and jig.
• Domestic safety valve connection - Pipe diam.15mm
8.3 Flue to rear of boiler
• Heating safety valve connection - Pipe diam. 15mm
• Mark correct position of hole from template.
8.2 Wall template
8.4 Flue to side of boiler
• Remove the wall template, follow the instructions given on the
wall template.
• Mark the horizontal centre line for the hole on the rear wall.
Extend the horizontal centre line to the side wall and mark the
vertical centre line of flue hole as shown in diagram 8.1.
• Note: It is important the hanging bracket and service cock
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8.5 Cutting the flue hole
• Making allowance for the slope of the flue, cut hole in external
wall, preferably using a core drill. For installations with internal
and external access use a 105 mm diameter core drill.
105
For installations with internal access only use a 125 mm
diameter core drill.
8.6 Important
65
20
When cutting the flue hole and when extending the flue centre
line to a side wall, remember that the flue system must have a
fall of about 35 mm per metre of flue DOWNWARD towards the
terminal. There must NEVER be a downward incline towards
the boiler.
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8.6 Terminal position
890
The minimum acceptable spacings from the terminal to
obstructions and ventilation openings are shown in diagram
6.1.
The boiler must be installed so that the terminal is exposed to
the external air.
Should any doubt exist as to the permissible position of the
terminal, contact the Glow-worm Technical Helpline 01773
828100.
8.7 Water connection
Connect the system pipework to the copper connections on the
fixing jig observing the correct flow and return format as shown
in diagram 8.2. Do not subject the isolating valves to heat.
8.8 Heating safety valve and domestic safety
valve discharge, refer to diagram 8.3.
470 (96)
552 (120)
Diagram 8.1
Tee the domestic safety valve outlet pipe to the heating safety
valve outlet pipe and extend horizontally to the outside wall.
Hot
Connect the safety valve discharge pipe to the outlets of both
the heating safety valve and the domestic water safety valve,
the discharge must be extended using not less than 15mm.
pipe, to discharge in a visible position outside the building,
facing downward preferably over a drain.
Domestic
water
Boiler
The pipe must have a continuous fall and be routed to a position
so that any discharge of water, possibly boiling or steam, cannot
create any danger to persons, damage to property or external
electrical components and wiring. Tighten all pipe connection
joints.
8.9 Gas connection
Return
• The supply from the governed gas meter must be of adequate
size to provide a constant inlet working pressure of 20 mbar (8
in w.g.).
Filling device
Heating
circuit
Flow
control valve
To avoid low gas pressure problems, it is recommended that the
gas supply is connected using 22 mm pipe.
• On completion, the gas installation must be tested using the
pressure drop method and purged in accordance with the
current issue of BS6891.
HEATING SAFETY
VALVE 3 bar)
8.10 Gas Safety (Installation and use)
Regulations
In your interests and that of gas safety, it is the law that ALL gas
appliances are installed and serviced by a competent person in
accordance with the above regulations.
Bypass
valve
Drain point
Sch 173a
Additional
expansion
vessel
(if required)
Cold supply
WARNING. It must not discharge above an entrance or window
or any type of public access area.
Diagram 8.2
DOMESTIC
SAFETY
VALVE
(10bar)
Diagram 8.3
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9.1 Statutory requirements
The installation of this boiler must be carried out by a qualified
registered person in accordance with the relevant requirements
of the current issue of:
The Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations
The Building Regulations
The local water company Byelaws
The Building Standards Regulations (Scotland)
The Health and Safety at Work Act
9.2 Sheet metal parts
WARNING. When installing or servicing this boiler, care should
be taken when handling the edges of sheet metal parts to avoid
the possibility of personal injury.
9.3 Installing the boiler
Prior to starting work, the system must be thoroughly flushed
using a propriety cleanser such as Sentinel X300 to eliminate
any foreign matter and contamination e.g. metal filings, solder
particles, oil, grease etc.
Note. Solvent products could cause damage to the system.
The boiler pack consists of the boiler, base panel, literature,
sealing washers and securing screws.
• Lay boiler on its back.
• Remove all packaging from around the boiler.
• Remove front panel, put in a safe place to avoid damaging it.
• Ensure the plastic plugs are removed from water and gas
pipes. NOTE: There will be some spillage of water.
• Remove transportation timber support bar from bottom rear of
boiler.
• If required the boiler can be stood upright supported by
extending the legs at the front bottom of the boiler.
• Engage boiler upper part onto the hanging bracket.
• Fit the washers between the boiler pipes and the inlet and
outlet fittings on the fixing jig and connect the various couplings
between the boiler and jig.
• Fit the base panel, hook in at the rear secure with the four self
tapping securing screws at the front.
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10.1 Top outlet flue - kit 86285
The boiler is only suitable for top outlet flue connection.
70mm
70mm
10.2 Rear flue systems
(Refer to diagram 10.1). To calculate the length when flueing to
the rear measure wall thickness e plus 160 mm for the outer air
duct and e plus 244 mm for the inner flue duct measurement.
10.3 Flue systems Right or Left
(Refer to diagram 10.1). To calculate the length when flueing to
the side measure wall thickness e plus inside of wall to side of
boiler a add 145(mm) for the outer air duct and wall thickness e
plus inside of wall to side of boiler a add 229(mm) for the inner flue
duct measurement.
• Refer to diagram 10.2 (Table A) for cutting lengths of both flue
duct and air duct pipes for each of the various flue options
available.
When the dimension X measured on site is greater than that given
in diagram 10.2 ( Table B ), extensions will be required as
necessary.
a
a
e
X
X
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Important: All flue cutting lengths must be measured from the
terminal end of the flue pipes, see diagram 10.2 (D).
e
Diagram 10.1
Calculation of flue cutting lengths for extended flue
•Using the correct number of extension kits as (Table B), measure
dimensions a and e, see diagram 10.1. Cut both the flue duct and
air duct pipes to the dimensions given in (Table C)
Table A: Flue cutting lengths (mm)
(D)
Rear flue
Air Duct pipe : e + 160,
Flue duct pipe : e + 244
Note : maximum distance 'x' without extension 756 mm
Side flue (right or left)
Air Duct pipe : e + a + 145, Flue duct pipe : e + a + 229
Note : maximum distance 'x' without extension 990 mm
AIR DUCT
OuterPIPE
pipe
Ven 089
Important: All cutting lengths should be measured from the push
fit joint end of the extension pipe. Do not leave any burrs or sharp
edges on the cut ends of the pipes. Note : maximum horizontal
flue length without bends is 3.5m.
Cutting length
FLUEInner
DUCT
pipePIPE
Cutting length
Table B: Number of extension kits required
Flue option
Side flue
(left or right)
Dimension 'X'
991 to 1991 mm
1991 to 2991 mm
No. of extension kits
1
2
Note: Maximum flue length for 120 model is 2 metres
Table C: Flue extention cutting lengths (mm)
Rear flue option
Air Duct pipe : e + a - 755,
Flue duct pipe : e + a -755
Note : maximum distance 'x' without extension 990 mm
Diagram 10.2
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10.4 Installation of flue assembly
A
• Fit rubber sealing collar (F), see diagram 10.3, into groove
at the outer end of pipe (A).
• Fit air duct pipe (A) into wall with groove to the outside.
B
• Pull pipe inwards to bring rubber sealing collar hard up
against external wall, see diagram 10.4.
• Fit internal plastic flange (G) onto air duct pipe. Push along the
pipe until engaged against internal wall.
E
• From inside, insert flue duct pipe (B) into air duct pipe.
C
• Fit both ‘O’ rings (J) into the flue elbow (C), one at the inlet,
one at the outlet. By necessity, they are a loose fit, apply a small
amount of silicone grease to each ‘O’ ring when fitting.
H
• Fixing collar (D) over air duct pipe (A) and elbow (C) ensuring
it is the correct way round (Note: the fixing collar can only be
fitted one way due to different diameters of the flue elbow and
air duct).
G
F
D
I
J
The flue kit 86285 is 1000 mm long and comprises:
- Air duct pipe .......................................................... A
- Flue duct pipe ........................................................ B
- Flue elbow .............................................................. C
- Fixing collar ............................................................. D
- Locking clips ............................................................ E
- External rubber sealing collar ............................... F
- Internal flange ....................................................... G
- Gasket ..................................................................... H
- Screws ....................................................................... I
- 'O' rings ..................................................................... J
• Take hold of the flue duct pipe and push gently onto the elbow
outlet taking care not to tear the ‘O’ ring.
• Open fixing collar (D) and locate between elbow and air duct
pipe (A). Close fixing jig.
• Engage the two fixing clips (E) onto the collar (D) and press
down to lock into position. Secure clips with screws provided.
Important: If the flue has been cut, ensure that there are no
burrs that could damage the ‘O’ ring.
Diagram 10.3
Pho 087
• For flue systems less than 1,5 m long, leave the restrictor (a)
fitted in the fan outlet, see diagram 10.5.
• Remove the backing from the self adhesive gasket (H) and
carefully fit gasket to base of flue elbow.
• Fit elbow onto boiler and secure with the four screws (I).
Diagram 10.4
Concentric flue system
The maximum permissible length (L) for the
concentric flue system is 3.5 m. For flue systems up to 1,5 m length, the restrictor (a) supplied fitted to the boiler,
inside the fan outlet, must be left in place. For longer flue systems, the restrictor must be removed.
For each 90° flue elbow used, (or two 45° elbows) the maximum permissible length (L) must be reduced by 1
metre.
Hab 249a
L
Gasket
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a
Diagram 10.5
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11 Electrical Connection
Warning. This boiler must be earthed
The boiler is supplied with a mains lead attached.
Standard colours are Brown - Live, Blue - Neutral, Green and
Yellow - Earth.
9881
All system components must be of an approved type.
Electrical components have been tested to meet the equivalent
requirements of the BEAB.
Connection of the whole electrical system and any heating
system controls to the electrical supply must be through a
common isolator.
The boiler is supplird with a mains lead
attached. Connect this to the electrical supply.
Isolation should preferably be by a double pole switched fused
spur box having a minimum contact separation of 3 mm on each
pole. The fused spur box should be readily accessible and
preferably adjacent to the boiler. It should be identified as to its
use.
10036
Diagram 11.1
A fused three pin plug and shuttered socket outlet may be used
instead of a fused spur box provided that:
a) They are not used in a room containing a fixed bath or shower.
b) Both the plug and socket comply with the current issue of
BS1363.
SIDE CLIPS
The mains electrical supply must be maintained at all times in
order to provide domestic hot water.
Do not interrupt the mains supply with a time switch or programmer.
WARNING: ON NO ACCOUNT MUST ANY EXTERNAL
VOLTAGE BE APPLIED TO ANY OF THE TERMINALS ON
THE HEATING CONTROLS CONNECTION PLUG.
Diagram 11.2
Leave link in place for no external controls.
9879
Warning: This appliance must be wired in accordance with these
instructions. Any fault arising from incorrect wiring cannot be put
right under the terms of the Glow-worm guarantee.
11.1 External controls
The XTRAFAST boiler is designed to operate at maximum
efficiency at all times, but will be most efficient and economical
when connected to a room thermostat.
The boiler will work for heating without a room thermostat being
connected provided that the wire link fitted between the two
terminals of the connector (E) is left in place, see diagram 11.3.
E
Alternatively, a 230V room thermostat can be used but do not
make any connection to the compensating resistor, see diagram
11.3.
Without room
thermostat
E
ON NO ACCOUNT must any electrical voltage be applied to any
of the terminals of the external controls plug.
10023
IMPORTANT
With VOLTAGE FREE
room thermostat
To gain access to the external control connections, unclip side
clips and hinge up control panel cover, see diagram 11.2.
°C
E
Remote Control
Diagram 11.3
A remote control is available for the Xtrafast. Part no. xxxxxx. If
the remote control is fitted the wire link must be in place on
connector (E), and the Switch SW3 must be adjusted, see
diagram 11.4.
SW3
ON
11.2 Electrical test
Carry out preliminary electrical system checks as below:
1 2
TOGGLES
9878
1. Test insulation resistance to earth of mains cables.
2. Test earth continuity and short circuit of all cables.
3. Test the polarity of the mains.
Set 1 & 2 OFF
for normal
operation
Note: For further information, see the building regulations 1991
- Conservation of Fuel and Power - 1995 edition - appendix G,
Table 4b.
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ON
OFF
1 - Remote Control with without
2 - Parameters
open locked
Diagram 11.4
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9323
Please ensure the “Benchmark” logbook is completed and left
with the user.
The commissioning and first firing of the boiler must only be
done by a qualified registered person.
Gas valve settings. Refer to Section 15 "Settings".
Gas installation
It is recommended that any air is purged from the supply at the
gas inlet test point on the gas valve, see diagram 12.1.
Filling the system 1 to 8
Diagram 12.1
Hab 265
1
GAS INLET
TEST POINT
Press the mains 'On/Off' button
The warning light will illuminate
The display will indicate 0 bar pressure in the system
O
3
2 1 24 23
4
22
0
1
16
15
10
9
20 19 18 17
8 7 6 5
21
14 13 12 11
0.0 bar
mode
I
➜
m
q
Open the boiler isolating valves
(v and q), the slot of the screw
corresponds to flow direction.
Fully open valve m by turning
anti-clockwise.
The pressure must be between 1 and 2 bar
Open the system filling loop and fill the
system until the pressure indicated
on the display is between 1 and 2 bar.
Hab 265
4
v
Undo cap on
automatic air
vent on top of
pump and
leave undone.
Reg 008
2
➜
3
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5
Bleed each radiator to
remove the air, re-tighten
bleed screws.
6
Leave the cap on the
pump auto air vent open.
7
Open various hot water
taps to bleed system.
➜
Ins 062
Reg 008
Hab 265
Make sure the display indicates a system pressure of between 1 and 2 bar. Re-fill
system as necessary. (The warning light will extinguish at 1 bar).
The pressure must be between 1 and 2 bar
O
3
2 1 24 23
4
22
14 13 12 11
19
15
10
9
20 19 18 17
8 7 6 5
21
1.5 bar
mode
I
0
1
16
Ins 061
➜
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Lighting the boiler:
Make sure that:
• The boiler is connected to the electrical supply. • The gas service cock is open.
Then follow the instructions below :
A
Press the On/Off button (1)
The pressure must be between 1 and 2 bar. If not, the system must be filled by a competent person.
O
3
2 1 24 23
4
22
9
1
14 13 12 11
Hab 264
15
10
0
1
16
8 7 6 5
20 19 18 17
21
1.5 bar
mode
I
To stop the boiler: Press button 1.
Setting to the WINTER position
(Heating + hot water)
• Adjust heating temperature to maximum 87°C.
• Check that any external controls, if fitted, are calling for heat
(set room thermostat to maximum).
Press the mode button to select
BAppuyer sur modethepour
winter
symbolla position hiver
sélectionner
• Allow the temperature to rise to the maximum value, with all
radiator valves open. The temperature rise will cause release
of the gases contained in the water of the central heating
system.
• Gases driven towards the boiler will be automatically released
through the automatic air vent.
10
°C
TheTempérature
actual temperature
actuelle
dans
le circuit
chauffage
of the
heating
system
1.5 bar
• The gases trapped at the highest point of the system must be
released by bleeding the radiators. Check the burner gas rate
required, ten minutes from lighting. Refer to Data Label on
electrical controls box. Should there be any doubt about the
gas rate it should be checked at the meter.
mode
On reaching maximum temperature, the boiler should be
turned off and the system drained as rapidly as possible whilst
still hot.
Illuminates
when
Apparaît lorsque
le the
brûleurlights
fonctionne
boiler
• Refill system to a pressure of between 1 and 2 bar and vent
as before.
Adjusting the heating temperature
C
• Restart boiler and operate until a maximum temperature is
reached. Shut down boiler and vent heating system. If necessary,
top up heating system and make sure that a pressure of at least
1 bar is indicated when system is COLD.
Press + or - to adjust the maximum
Appuyer sur + ou - pour ajuster la température
temperature
of du
thecircuit
heating
(38°C to 87°C)
maximale
souhaitée
chauffage
Visual indication
of set temperature
Visualisation
de la température
demandée
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13 Safety Devices
General safety devices
The XTRAFAST incorporates a visual display that indicates
fault conditions, should they occur.
13.4 Air flow rate safety device
In the event of a fault, the display will indicate, by means of
pictograms and/or letters and numbers, exactly in which area
the fault lies.
If an obstruction, even partial, of the flue occurs, for any reason
whatsoever, the built in safety system of the boiler will turn the
boiler OFF and the fan will continue to run.
Should the boiler fail to operate during Commissioning, the
most likely fault is that the gas supply to the boiler has not been
turned on or purged sufficiently or that there is no pressure in the
heating system. These are indicated as follows :
The boiler will be ready to operate when the fault has been
cleared.
13.5 Overheat safety
13.1 No gas supply
➜
In case of boiler overheating, the overheat thermostat will turn
the boiler off. The thermostat will need to be manually reset. To
do this remove the front panel and sealed chamber cover,
locate the reset button on the heat exchanger flow pipe, refer
to Sections 16.3, 16.4, 16.5 and diagram 19.15.
This will be indicated on the
display as a pictogram of a
spark. To rectify this, proceed
as follows:
13.6 In case of power supply failure
• Switch off the boiler at the On/Off
push button.
• Rectify the gas supply problem.
O
I
The boiler no longer operates.
1
As soon as power supply is restored, the boiler will be
automatically restarted.
• Restart the boiler by pressing the
On/Off button.
13.7 Frost protection
The XTRAFAST has a built in frost protection device that
protects the boiler from freezing. If the boiler is to be left and
there is a risk of frost, ensure that the gas and electrical supplies
are left connected. The frost protection device will light the boiler
when the temperature of the boiler water falls below 6°C. When
the temperature reaches 16°C, the boiler stops.
13.2 Insufficient system pressure
0.3 bar
This will be indicated on the
display as a flashing warning
indicating the system pressure
is low. To rectify this the system
must be re-filled, refer to
'Section 12 Commissioning'.
Note : This device works irrespective of any room thermostat
setting and will protect the complete heating system.
13.3 Other faults
These are indicated on the display by a fault code and a
telephone symbol. Further information on the fault codes can
be found in the 'Section 17 Fault Finding'.
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Should it become necessary to change the gas type, a
modification kit will be required.
This modification must only be carried out by a suitably qualified
engineer.
Conversion natural Gas (G20) to G30/G31 Part No. 86216.
15 Settings
9669
Bypass
The XTRAFAST boiler has a built-in bypass. This must be
adjusted according to the requirements of the system, refer to
the flow rate pressure curve (diagram 4). The boiler is supplied
with the built-in bypass open a half a turn. It is adjusted by
turning the bypass screw (a), see diagram 15.1. Turn the screw
clockwise to close the bypass. When using thermostatic
radiator valves (TRV’s) on all of the radiators, it is essential that
a separate, adjustable bypass of 15 mm minimum diameter is
fitted between the flow and return of the heating circuit, see
diagram 8.2. Any bypass must be fitted before system controls.
a
Diagram 15.1
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16 Routine Cleaning and Inspection
10022
To ensure the continued efficient and safe operation of the
boiler it is recommended that it is checked and serviced at
regular intervals. The frequency of servicing will depend upon
the particular installation conditions and usage, but in general
once a year should be enough.
It is the law that any servicing is carried out by a competent
person.
All parts are replaced in reverse order to removal.
16.1 Products of combustion check, refer to
diagram 16.1
Note: To obtain a products of combustion reading, unscrew the
left hand sampling point cap on the flue elbow, located on top
of boiler.
Connect the analyser tube onto sampling point.
Switch on the electrical supply and gas supply, then operate
the boiler.
9318
On completion of the test switch off the electrical supply and the
gas supply, remove analyser tube and replace sampling point
cap.
PRODUCTS
SAMPLING
POINT
Diagram 16.2
9950
Diagram 16.1
16.2 Service Check and Preparation.
• Operate boiler and check for any faults that need to be put
right.
• Isolate boiler from the gas and electrical supplies.
• On completion check all gas-carrying parts for soundness with
leak detection fluid.
• Remove boiler casing as follows:
16.3 Front panel
• Unscrew and remove the two front panel retaining brackets
from the top of the boiler.
Diagram 16.3
• Remove panel by lifting up and forward.
16.6 Side panels (For ease of access if required)
16.4 Control panel
• Unscrew and remove the four screws securing lower grille
onto boiler. Unhook grille from rear of boiler and remove.
• Lift control panel up and lower forwards to gain access to lower
part of boiler.
• Remove three screws from front of each side panel.
16.5 Sealed chamber cover
• Unclip the toggle clip at the top of each side panel.
• Unclip the two toggle clips holding the sealed chamber cover,
see diagram. 16.2.
• Lift each panel up and then forward to remove.
• Lift cover up and off boiler.
16.7 Combustion chamber cover
• Unscrew the two screws securing combustion chamber cover
to combustion chamber then unclip the two toggle clips, see
diagram 16.3.
• Remove combustion chamber cover from boiler.
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16.8 Burner, refer to diagram 16.4.
16.9 Heat exchanger, refer to diagram 16.5.
• Undo main gas supply nut from under the sealed chamber.
• Disconnect electrical leads from fan.
Note: The washer between main burner and main burner gas
supply must be kept for use on reassembly.
• Unscrew and remove two fan retaining screws from the right
hand side edge of fan mounting plate.
• Pull off ignition leads from gas control valve.
• Remove fan with mounting plate attached by pulling forward
and out of boiler.
• Slacken but do not remove, two burner support screws at rear
of burner chamber using a long blade screw driver.
• Remove air pressure switch sensing tube from sensing probe
on flue hood.
• Ease burner from boiler by lifting up from key hole slots,
threading the gas supply and ignition leads through the grommets
and pulling forwards, (taking care not to damage the insulation).
Before you completly remove the burner pull off flame sense
lead from flame sense electrode.
• Remove screws securing flue hood to rear panel
• Lift flue hood clear of heat exchanger and examine for debris.
• Using a soft brush or vacuum clean as required.
DO NOT USE ANY TOOL LIKELY TO DAMAGE PAINTED
FINISH OF HEAT EXCHANGER.
• When refitting burner ensure that the burner locates and seals
correctly through the grommets.
Note: When re-fitting fan, make sure that the two lugs on the fan
mounting plate engage in the flue hood
Note: To gain access to injectors for removal, refer to Section,
19.24 in Replacement of Parts.
9661
FAN RETAINING SLOTS
9670
• Clean burner by washing in soapy water. Dry thoroughly
before refitting.
GROMMETS
9344
MAIN GAS
SUPPLY NUT
9665
IGNITION
LEADS
9660
9663
9662
9664
BURNER
SECURING
SCREWS
9667
IGNITION
ELECTRODE
ASSEMBLY
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Diagram 16.4
Diagram 16.5
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16.10 Spark and Sense Gaps
4mm
• Check that the spark and sense gaps as shown in diagram
16.6.
16.11 Flue system
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16 Routine Cleaning and Inspection
4mm
• Check externally to make sure that flue is not blocked
• Inspect flue system to make sure that all fittings are secure.
16.12 Operation of fan
• Switch on electrical supply and turn on gas.
• Light burner by opening a hot water tap.
• Check that fan operates when burner lights and stops when it
goes out.
16.13 Cold water inlet filter
Drain down domestic hot water circuit of boiler only, as follows:
SPARK GAP
9876
• Close isolating valve/throttle (m) on cold water isolating cock,
see diagram 7.1.
Note: This valve is closed when screwed fully clockwise.
• Undo connecting nut from boiler cold water inlet connection.
• Clean and inspect filter, replace if necessary, see diagram
16.7.
5mm
• With both filter and restrictor in place, reconnect connecting
pipe to inlet connection and tighten.
• Fully open isolating valve/throttle on cold water inlet and check
for leaks.
Diagram 16.6
9875
SENSE GAP
FLOW
RESTRICTOR
AND COLD
WATER INLET
FILTER
Diagram 16.7
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Fault finding must be carried out by a competent person.
• There is a permanent mains supply to the boiler.
WARNING. Always isolate the boiler from the electrical supply
before carrying out any electrical replacement work.
• The heating system pressure is at least 1 bar.
• The fuse on the PCB is intact.
On completion of a fault finding task that has required the
disconnection and making of electrical connections then check
for earth continuity, polarity and resistance to earth must be
carried out.
Preliminary electrical system checks, as outlined in a multimeter
instruction book, are the first checks to be carried out during a
fault finding procedure.
If any gas-carrying components are disturbed, removed or
replaced it will be necessary on completion to check for gas
soundness with leak detection fluid.
Should there be any doubt about the voltage supply to any of
the components, it is possible to carry out a simple electrical
test to ensure all is operational in that area.
Before trying to operate the boiler make sure that :
To carry out the electrical test, gain access to the main Printed
Circuit Board (PCB) , and measure the voltages according to
table 2.
• All gas supply cocks are open and that the gas supply has
been purged of air.
Voltage
Measured value
Measuring point
230 Volt
230 V AC
Between terminals H8.1 and H8.2
24 Volt
maximum 33V DC
minimum 20V DC
Between terminals B2.4 and B2.7
15 Volt
15V + 0.5V
Between terminals B2.4 and B2.2
Display
5V + 0.5V
Between terminals B2.4 and B4.2
Sec 052
Table 2
The In-board fault diagnostic system. Should a fault
occur on the boiler, the warning LED at the top of the
user display
will illuminate and the LCD display will
indicate the precise area where the fault has occurred.
09
FF
A fault code is displayed on the left hand side of the LCD display, whilst at the same time, the letters appear with a
telephone symbol.
Thermistor values
The following table applies to the central heating,
domestic hot water and storage vessel thermistors:
Temperature (°C)
Resistance (Ω)
0 ...................................... 32565
5 ...................................... 25345
10 ..................................... 19875
15 ..................................... 15700
20 ..................................... 12500
25 ..................................... 10000
30 ...................................... 8060
35 ...................................... 6535
40 ...................................... 5330
45 ...................................... 4370
50 ...................................... 3605
55 ...................................... 2989
60 ...................................... 2490
65 ...................................... 2085
70 ...................................... 1755
75 ...................................... 1480
80 ...................................... 1260
85 ...................................... 1070
90 ....................................... 920
95 ....................................... 785
100 ...................................... 680
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The resistance of the sensor at various pressures is
as follows :
0 bar ...................... between 280 Ω and 320 Ω
1 bar ...................... between 195 Ω and 220 Ω
3 bar ...................... between 93 Ω and 143 Ω
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17 Fault Finding
TO AID FAULT FINDING REFER TO DIAGRAMS 5.1 AND 18.1.
CODE
TYPE OF FAULT
00
NO FAULT
02
04
DISPLAY SYMBOL
CHECK
NO FAULT
AIR FLOW SAFETY
NO IGNITION
Note: MAX. IGNITION TIME
= 7 SECONDS
THIS SYMBOL IS NOT INSTANTANEOUS BUT IF IT APPEARS
AFTER 40 SECONDS, CHECK
• THE FLUE SYSTEM FOR A BLOCKAGE, EXCESS LENGTH.
• CHECK THE AIR PRESSURE SWITCH.
• CHECK THE ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS.
IF THE BURNER LIGHTS WITH A TRAIN OF SPARKS
AND GOES OUT AFTER 7 SECONDS.
• REVERSE LIVE AND NEUTRAL TO THE ELECTRICAL PLUG.
• CHECK THE ELECTRODE AND ITS CORRECT CONNECTION.
• CHECK IGNITION BOX.
• CHECK THERE IS MORE THAN 40V BETWEEN LIVE AND EARTH.
IF THE TRAIN OF SPARKS DOES NOT LIGHT THE BURNER, CHECK .
• THE GAS TAP ON THE INSTALLATION IS OPEN.
• THE GAS CONTROL VALVE.
• CHECK THE IGNITON BOX.
• PUMP BLOCKED OR ITS CONDENSER OUT OF SERVICE.
• ISOLATING COCKS CLOSED ON JIG.
• DEFECTIVE OVERHEAT THERMOSTAT.
• BLEED OUT AIR.
• CHECK THE ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS.
05
OVERHEATING
06
or
07
or
08
HEATING THERMISTOR
ON FLOW PIPE
DOMESTIC THERMISTOR
ON DHW PIPE
09
LOSS OF WATER
PRESSURE SENSOR.
12
USER INTERFACE
13
MAIN CONTROL BOARD
(PCB)
THIS FAULT MAY BE INTERMITTENT.
• SWITCH (OFF), WAIT APPROXIMATLEY 5 SECONDS, SWITCH (ON).
• IF FAULT PERSISTS. REPLACE MAIN CONTROL BOARD (PCB).
14
TEMPERATURE LIMITER.
CONTROLLED BY THE
HEATING THERMISTOR
ON FLOW PIPE.
• CHECK HEATING THERMISTOR (MAY BE UNCLIPPED) OR
THREE WAY VALVE FAULTY.
• FAULTY PUMP.
• LOW HEATING FLOW RATE.
20
COMMUNICATION FAULT
TEMPERATURE ON
STORAGE VESSEL
• CIRCUITS OPEN OR SHORT CIRCUIT.
• CHECK RESISTANCE OF THE THERMISTOR. (12500 ohms AT
20°C. 1750 ohms AT 70°C).
• UNCLIP THE THERMISTOR FROM THE PIPE, IF THE BOILER
RE-LIGHTS WHEN THE THERMISTOR IS OPEN CIRCUIT.
REPLACE THE THERMISTOR.
• SENSOR IN SHORT CIRCUIT OR HAS ISOLATION FAULT.
• CHECK THE ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS.
• INTERFACE MAY BE DAMP. DRY IT OUT OR REPLACE.
THIS FAULT MAY BE OCCASIONAL AND CAUSED BY
• ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERFERENCE. OTHERWISE
• CHECK THE MAIN CONTROL BOARD (PCB).
OTHER FAULTS NOT DISPLAYED BY FAULT CODE
NO HEATING
NO HEATING.
NO DISPLAY OF
RADIATOR SYMBOL.
WATER NOT HOT ENOUGH,
OR UNEVEN FLOW FROM
TAP. THERE IS A
HOT WATER DEMAND.
WATER NOT HOT ENOUGH,
OR UNEVEN FLOW FROM
TAP. NO DISPLAY OF
TAP SYMBOL.
THE BURNER COMES ON
WHEN COLD WATER
IS DRAWN OFF.
THERE IS DEMAND BY THE ROOM TEMPERATURE THERMOSTAT.
• CHECK THE CONNECTIONS.
IF FAULT PERSISTS, REPLACE MAIN CONTROL BOARD (PCB).
• CHECK THAT CONTACT 1 IS ON 1. OR MEASURE A RESISTANCE
< 10 ohms BETWEEN B5.1 AND B5.2.
• CHECK ROOM THERMOSTAT CONNECTIONS OR MEASURE A
RESISTANCE < 50 ohms BETWEEN B3.1 AND B3.2.
• CHECK THREE WAY VALVE.
• CHECK THREE WAY VALVE MOTOR (SWITCHING).
• CHECK THE DIRECTION OF
• CLIP ON THREE WAY VALVE (READABILITY OF SYMBOL O ).
K
R
• MEASURE THE MICROFAST RESISTANCE = 1000 ohms
BETWEEN H4.1 AND H4.3.
• READ THE VALUE OF FLOW RATE DETECTOR ON CODE 07 OF
INFO MENU. IT WILL READ HOT WATER OUTPUT (L/MIN.)(x10)
VALID RANGE 00,,,199 NOTE: DIVIDE THE VALUE BY 10.
IF = 0 THE DETECTOR IS BLOCKED OR FAILED. IF = 0 THE
DETECOR IS BLOCKED OR THE
MAIN CONTROL BOARD (PCB) HAS FAILED.
• CHECK THAT THE HOT WATER CIRCUIT HAS BEEN BLED
PROPERLY (ANY AIR BUFFER MAY ACTIVATE THE FLOW RATE
DETECTOR WHEN THE TAPS ARE TURNED ON).
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IGNITION
SENSE
ELECTRODES ELECTRODE
FAN
g
IGNITION
MODULE
4
w
3
bk
1 2
g/y br b
p
FAN
SENSOR
AIR PRESSURE
SWITCH
WATER
PRESSURE
SENSOR
g
w
3
1
or
w
OVERHEAT
THERMISTOR
bk
THERMISTOR
DHW
r
GAS
CONTROL
VALVE
w
bk
CHASSIS
EARTH
r
bk
THERMISTOR
CH
w
HEATING
ELEMENT
FLOW SENSOR
w
THREE-WAY
VALVE
w
g
g
p
bk
w
CLOCK-TIMER
bk
STORAGE VESSEL
THERMISTOR
PLUG
PUMP CH
230V~50Hz
PERMANENT
MAINS SUPPLY
FUSED AT 3A
CHASSIS
EARTH
ON/OFF
SWITCH
br g/y b
g/y
g/y
g/y
bk
bk
b
br
NOTE 'E'
bk bk
J2
J3
J16
S2
J6
br
b
H2
NOTE 'F'
J19
H8
J4
bk
br
b
H5
H4
SW3
H6
S1
FUSE
125mAT
USER INTERFACE
NOTE 'E' VOLTAGE FREE room thermostat connection or link.
NOTE 'F' Optional remote control unit with
programmable room stat connection Part No. 86774
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g/y
br
br
g/y
b
H3
J9
J8
b
H1
KEY
bkworg/y-
BLACK
WHITE
ORANGE
GREEN/
YELLOW
br bpgr-
BROWN
BLUE
PINK
GREY
RED
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J5
Diagram 18.1
19 Replacement of Parts
9672
WARNING: Before commencing the replacement of any
component, isolate appliance from electrical supply and turn off
gas at service cock.
DOMESTIC
HOT WATER
THERMISTOR
➜
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Replacement of parts must be carried out by a competent
person.
When replacing components it may be necessary to renew
sealing washers, gaskets and 'O' rings. If new ones are
supplied with replacement components they must be used.
All parts are replaced in reverse order to removal.
If any gas-carrying components are disturbed, removed or
replaced it will be necessary on completion to check for gas
soundness with leak detection fluid.
9671
Diagram 19.1
19.1 Domestic hot water thermistor, refer to
diagram 19.1
CENTRAL
HEATING
THERMISTOR
Before starting refer to the front of Section 19 Important
information.
• Remove the front panel, refer to Section 16.3.
➜
• Lower the control panel, refer to Section 16.4.
• Locate domestic hot water thermistor on hot water flow pipe on
right hand side of boiler adjacent to gas control valve.
• Unclip thermistor from pipe.
Diagram 19.2
• Disconnect leads from thermistor.
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• Fit leads to replacement thermistor and fit thermistor to pipe.
The polarity is not important.
19.2 Central heating thermistor, refer to
diagram 19.2
➜
Before starting refer to the front of Section 19 Important
information.
➜
• Remove the front panel, refer to Section 16.3.
• Lower the control panel, refer to Section 16.4.
➜
➜
• Locate central heating thermistor on heating flow pipe on
centre of boiler.
➜
• Disconnect leads from thermistor.
• Fit leads to replacement thermistor and fit thermistor to pipe.
The polarity is not important.
FAN
RETAINING
SLOTS
19.3 Fan, refer to diagram 19.3
Before starting refer to the front of Section 19 Important
information.
➜
• Unclip thermistor from pipe.
Diagram 19.3
• Remove the front panel, refer to Section 16.3.
19.4 Fan sensor, refer to diagram 19.3
• Lower the control panel, refer to Section 16.4.
Before starting refer to the front of Section 19 Important
information.
• Remove the sealed chamber cover, refer to Section 16.5.
• Remove the front panel, refer to Section 16.3.
• Disconnect power supply leads and earth lead from fan.
• Lower the control panel, refer to Section 16.4.
• Unscrew and remove two fan retaining screws at front edge of
mounting plate.
• Remove the sealed chamber cover, refer to Section 16.5.
• Remove the 2 fan sensor retaining screws.
• Remove fan with mounting plate attached by pulling forwards
out of the boiler.
• Remove the fan sensor and disconnect the electrical
connection, avoid straining the cables.
• Remove fan from mounting plate.
Note: When re-fitting, make sure that the two lugs on the fan
mounting plate engage in the flue hood.
• Reconnect electrical leads.
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Before starting refer to the front of Section 19 Important
information.
9673
19.5 Air pressure switch, refer to diagram 19.4
➜
➜
• Remove the front panel, refer to Section 16.3.
AIR PRESSURE
SWITCH
• Lower the control panel, refer to Section 16.4.
• Remove the sealed chamber cover, refer to Section 16.5.
• Locate air pressure switch situated inside combustion chamber
on top right hand side.
➜
• Remove air pressure switch tube.
Diagram 19.4
• Undo screws on top of boiler securing air pressure switch to
boiler and remove switch.
9680
• Disconnect air pressure switch electrical connections.
➜
➜
➜
19.6 Domestic water flow sensor, refer to
diagram 19.5.
Before starting refer to the front of Section 19 Important
information.
WATER
FLOW
SENSOR
• Remove the front panel, refer to Section 16.3.
• Lower the control panel, refer to Section 16.4.
• Drain down domestic hot water circuit of boiler only, refer to
relevant part of Section 16.13.
➜
• Locate flow sensor on cold water inlet pipe to boiler inside
controls area.
• Carefully pull off electrical connector from flow sensor.
• Pull out slotted metal clip securing cold water inlet pipe to flow
sensor disconnect union nut securing cold water inlet pipe to
isolating valve and remove.
10037
Diagram 19.5
• Pull out slotted metal clip securing flow sensor to pump
mounting, remove sensor.
19.7 Printed circuit board (PCB), refer to
diagram 19.6
Before starting refer to the front of Section 19 Important
information.
• Remove the front panel, refer to Section 16.3.
• Lower the control panel, refer to Section 16.4.
• Gain access to rear of control panel.
• Unclip side clips and hinge up control panel cover to gain
access to PCB, see diagram 11.2.
Diagram 19.6
9674
• Carefully pull off electrical connections to PCB.
Note: Make sure that PCB connections are fully pushed onto
replacement PCB.
19.8 Central heating pump, refer to diagram
19.7.
➜
Before starting refer to the front of Section 19 Important
information.
CENTRAL
HEATING
PUMP
➜
• Unclip and lift out PCB.
➜
• Lower the control panel, refer to Section 16.4.
• Drain down central heating water circuit of the boiler only, as
follows:
• Close isolating valves (q) and (v) on central heating isolating
cocks (A) and (C) ,see diagram 7.1.
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• Remove the front panel, refer to Section 16.3.
Diagram 19.7
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Note: These valves are closed when slots are at right angles to
direction of flow.
PLATE TO PLATE
HEAT EXCHANGER
➜
• Drain boiler by opening drain valves (r) and (u), see diagram
7.1.
PIPE
CONNECTION
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Note: it is not necessary to drain down the entire heating system
to carry out this work.
• Undo two fixing screws and remove pump retaining bracket
from front of pump.
➜
➜
• For ease of access if required remove the left hand side panel,
refer to Section 16.6.
• Pull out slotted metal clip securing pump outlet hose connection
to pump.
• Remove pump from pump block by lifting up at front and pulling
forward.
➜
• Gain access to the pump electrical connection box and remove
cover.
• Disconnect pump cable from pump (avoid straining cables).
Diagram 19.8
• Transfer automatic air vent to replacement pump.
➜
9677
• Re-connect electrical connection.
• Open isolating valves on flow and return connections, refill,
and pressurise boiler.
• Check for leaks.
THREE WAY
VALVE
19.9 Hot water plate to plate heat exchanger,
refer to diagram 19.8.
Before starting refer to the front of Section 19 Important
information.
➜
• Remove the front panel, refer to Section 16.3.
• Lower the control panel, refer to Section 16.4.
• Drain down central heating and domestic hot water circuits of
boiler only ,refer to relevant parts of Sections 16.13 and 19.8.
Diagram 19.9
➜
9956
• Supporting domestic heat exchanger, unscrew and remove
two screws securing it onto pump mounting and 3-way valve/
bypass housing.
➜
• Remove plate to plate heat exchanger from boiler.
• Fit replacement plate to plate heat exchanger using new seals,
supplied.
➜
• To gain access to the left hand securing screw. Disconnect the
domestic water flow sensor at the plate to plate heat exchanger
and cold water inlet. Remove the domestic hot water flow
sensor, refer to Section 19.6.
9785
THREE WAY
VALVE/BYPASS
HOUSING
9955
➜
Note: Plate to plate heat exchanger mounting screws are offset
to ensure correct fitting of replacement.
THREE WAY VALVE
ACTUATOR
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Diagram 19.10
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19.10 Three-way valve head, refer to diagram
19.9.
➜
Before starting refer to the front of Section 19 Important
information.
• Remove the front panel, refer to Section 16.3.
• Lower the control panel, refer to Section 16.4.
➜
• Locate 3- way valve in centre of lower controls area.
➜
• Remove electrical plug from valve head.
• Pull out slotted metal clip from valve body and remove valve
head from body.
• Fit replacement valve head.
Note :
1) When refitting clip, ensure that letters OK are as shown.
19.11 Three-way valve actuator, refer to
diagram 19.10.
Before starting refer to the front of Section 19 Important
information.
9951
➜
➜
2) It is not necessary to drain boiler to carry out this work.
• Remove the front panel, refer to Section 16.3.
Diagram 19.11
• Drain down central heating and domestic hot water circuit of
boiler only, refer to relevant parts of Sections 16.13 and 19.8.
➜
9675
• Lower the control panel, refer to Section 16.4.
Note: It is not necessary to drain down entire heating system to
carry out this work.
• Remove three-way valve head, refer to Section 19.10.
• Pull out slotted metal clips and remove bypass pipe.
➜
• Remove three-way valve actuator from three-way bypass
valve housing.
• Fit replacement three-way valve actuator into three-way
bypass valve housing.
19.12 Bypass, refer to diagram 19.11.
Before starting refer to the front of Section 19 Important
information.
• Remove the front panel, refer to Section 16.3.
• Lower the control panel, refer to Section 16.4.
Drain down central heating water circuit and drain the boiler,
refer to relevant part of Section 19.8.
SYSTEM WATER
PRESSURE SENSOR
Note: it is not necessary to drain down the entire heating system
to carry out this work.
Diagram 19.12
19.13 System water pressure sensor, refer to
diagram 19.12.
Pull out slotted metal clips and remove bypass pipe.
Pull out slotted metal clip securing bypass into bypass housing,
ease up and out bypass valve using a screw driver.
Before starting refer to the front of Section 19 Important
information.
• Remove the front panel, refer to Section 16.3.
• Lower the control panel, refer to Section 16.4.
.Drain down central heating water circuit and drain the boiler,
refer to relevant part of Section 19.8.
• Locate system water pressure sensor at front left hand side of
boiler.
• Pull off slotted metal clip and remove sensor from boiler, take
care not to strain cables.
• Remove electrical connection from sensor.
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19.14 Gas control valve stepper motor, refer to
diagram 19.13.
SPARK IGNITION UNIT
9325
Before starting refer to the front of Section 19 Important
information.
• Remove the front panel, refer to Section 16.3.
➜
• Lower the control panel, refer to Section 16.4.
• Locate gas control valve stepper motor attached to front of gas
valve.
➜
➜
➜
• Remove screws securing stepper motor onto gas valve body.
• Withdraw stepper motor from gas valve body.
• Fit replacement stepper motor in reverse order to removal
taking care not to damage the ‘O’ ring.
➜
➜
• Disconnect multi-plug from stepper motor.
19.15 Gas Control valve assembly, refer to
diagram 19.13.
➜
➜
Before starting refer to the front of Section 19 Important
information.
• Remove the front panel, refer to Section 16.3.
• Lower the control panel, refer to Section 16.4.
• Disconnect multi-plug from stepper motor.
➜
• Disconnect electrical connections from spark ignition unit
above gas control valve assembly.
• Disconnect electrical connection from R/H side of gas control
valve assembly mounting bracket.
• Undo main gas supply nut from main burner, see diagram
16.4.
➜
Note: The washer must be kept for use on reassembly.
• Undo main gas union nut between gas control valve supply
pipe and gas inlet valve.
Note: The washer must be kept for use on reassembly.
• Unscrew and remove screw securing gas control valve mounting
bracket to boiler frame.
➜
• Withdraw gas control valve assembly, pipes and bracket,
taking care not to strain the electrical connection at the rear of
the gas control valve.
GAS CONTROL
VALVE ASSEMBLY
• While supporting the gas control valve assembly disconnect
the electrical connection at the rear of the gas control valve, see
diagram 19.13.
➜
• Using old gas control valve as a guide, transfer gas pipes and
bracket from old gas control valve to replacement gas control
valve.
• Refit electrical connector to the rear of the gas control valve
assembly.
• Fit replacement gas control valve assembly into boiler.
• Reconnect gas pipes.
➜
➜
10028
• Refit electrical connections in reverse order to removal.
GAS SAFETY VALVE
Diagram 19.13
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Note: Apply a small quantity of silicon grease to the safety valve
'O' ring prior to fitting.
19.16 Gas safety valve, refer to diagram 19.13.
Before starting refer to the front of Section 19 Important
information.
• Open isolating valves on flow and return connections, refill,
vent and pressurise boiler.
• Remove the front panel, refer to Section 16.3.
• Check for leaks.
• Lower the control panel, refer to Section 16.4.
19.19 Domestic safety valve (10 bar), refer to
diagram 19.14.
• Remove gas control valve assembly, refer to Section 19.15.
• Locate gas safety valve on the rear of the gas valve.
Before starting refer to the front of Section 19 Important
information.
• Unscrew and remove the 2 screws securing the gas safety
valve to the gas control valve.
If safety valve seating is damaged, it will be necessary to
replace safety valve as a complete unit, repair is not possible.
• Fit replacement gas safety valve in reverse order to removal
taking care not to damage the ‘O’ ring.
• Remove the base panel, secured with four screws and hooked
in at the rear, see diagram 19.14.
• Refit electrical connections, the polarity of the wires to the
modulating coil is not important.
Drain down the boiler, refer to relevant part of Section 19.8.
• Refit electrical connector to the gas safety valve.
• Disconnect safety valve discharge pipe from safety valve.
• Fit replacement gas control valve assembly into boiler.
• Remove wire clip securing safety valve to domestic hot water
outlet fitting and remove safety valve.
• Reconnect gas pipes.
• Refit electrical connections in reverse order to removal.
• Fit replacement safety valve.
19.17 Spark ignition unit, refer to diagram
19.13.
Note: Apply a small quantity of silicon grease to the safety valve
'O' ring prior to fitting.
• Open isolating valves on flow and return connections, refill,
vent and pressurise boiler.
Before starting refer to the front of Section 19 Important
information.
• Check for leaks.
• Remove the front panel, refer to Section 16.3.
• Disconnect electrical connections from spark ignition unit.
19.20 Main heat exchanger, refer to diagram
16.5 and 19.15.
• Remove screw securing spark ignition unit to gas valve
mounting bracket.
Before starting refer to the front of Section 19 Important
information.
• Replace spark ignition unit.
• Remove the front panel, refer to Section 16.3.
• Lower the control panel, refer to Section 16.4.
• Lower the control panel, refer to Section 16.4.
19.18 Heating safety valve (3 bar), refer to
diagram 19.14.
• Remove the sealed chamber cover, refer to Section 16.5.
• Remove the combustion chamber cover, refer to Section
16.7.
Before starting refer to the front of Section 19 Important
information.
Drain down central heating water circuit and drain the boiler,
refer to relevant part of Section 19.8.
• Remove the front panel, refer to Section 16.3.
• Lower the control panel, refer to Section 16.4.
• Disconnect power supply leads and earth lead from fan.
If safety valve seating is damaged, it will be necessary to
replace safety valve as a complete unit, repair is not possible.
• Unscrew and remove two fan retaining screws from the right
hand side edge of fan mounting plate.
Drain down central heating water circuit and drain the boiler,
refer to relevant part of Section 19.8.
• Remove fan with mounting plate attached by pulling forward
and out of boiler.
• Remove the base panel, secured with four screws and hooked
in at the rear.
• Remove air pressure switch sensing tube from sensing probe
on flue hood.
• If lt is not possible to remove the safety valve securing pin
(without straining the pipe work), to remove the safety valve.
Continue following the removal instructions below.
• Remove screws securing flue hood to rear panel
• Lift flue hood clear of heat exchanger.
• Remove the heating flow isolating valve by disconnecting the
two union nuts and removing the securing clip.
• Unclip overheat thermostat from heating flow pipe.
• Pull out slotted metal clips securing pipes from heat exchanger.
• Disconnect the heating flow union nut at the safety valve
housing.
• Lift heat exchanger up and forwards to remove from boiler
taking care not to damage insulation.
• Disconnect safety valve discharge pipe from safety valve.
DO NOT DAMAGE PAINTED FINISH OF HEAT EXCHANGER.
• Remove the safety valve and housing.
• Fit replacement heat exchanger.
• Remove safety valve securing pin.
Note: When re-fitting fan, make sure that the two lugs on the fan
mounting plate engage in the flue hood.
• Remove safety valve.
• Fit replacement safety valve.
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• Open isolating valves on flow and return connections, refill,
vent and pressurise boiler.
• Check for leaks.
19.21 Overheat thermostat, refer to diagram
19.15.
Before starting refer to the front of Section 19 Important
information.
➜
• Lower the control panel, refer to Section 16.4.
➜
• Remove the front panel, refer to Section 16.3.
DOMESTIC SAFETY VALVE (10 bar)
• Fit replacement thermostat in reverse order to removal. (Use
heat sink compound supplied).
➜
➜
• Refit connection to thermostat.
19.22 Combustion chamber insulation
➜
Before starting refer to the front of Section 19 Important
information.
➜
➜
• Unclip thermostat from heating flow pipe.
➜
• Disconnect electrical connection from thermostat
➜
➜
• Locate high limit thermostat on heating flow pipe on left hand
side of boiler
9958
• Remove the sealed chamber cover, refer to Section 16.5.
• Lower the control panel, refer to Section 16.4.
• Remove the sealed chamber cover, refer to Section 16.5.
HEATING SAFETY VALVE (3 bar)
• Remove the combustion chamber cover, refer to Section
16.7.
• Remove main heat exchanger, refer to Section 19.20.
OVERHEAT
THERMOSTAT
RESET
BUTTON
• Remove fan and loosen flue hood, refer to relevant parts of
Sections 19.3 and 16.9.
Diagram 19.14
9687
• Remove the front panel, refer to Section 16.3.
Front panel insulation
• Lift front insulation panel free from retaining lugs on combustion
chamber cover.
➜
➜
• Pull rear insulation panel free from retaining lug at rear of
combustion chamber by tilting forward.
➜
➜
Rear panel insulation
• Fit replacement insulation panels in reverse order to removal
Diagram 19.15
• Refit combustion chamber cover.
Side Panels
Note: Rear panel must be removed first.
• Pull out side panels free from retaining lugs at side of
combustion chamber by tilting sideways.
• Fit replacement insulation panels in reverse order to removal.
• Refit combustion chamber cover.
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19.23 Burner
Before starting refer to the front of Section 19 Important
information.
INJECTOR BAR
• Remove the front panel, refer to Section 16.3.
• Lower the control panel, refer to Section 16.4.
• Remove the sealed chamber cover, refer to Section 16.5.
• Remove the combustion chamber cover, refer to Section
16.7.
RETAINING
NUT (2 OFF)
• Remove burner, refer to Section 16.8.
Assemble replacement burner, supplied in parts, as follows:
Note: Make sure that injector size, marked on each injector, is
the same as that given in ‘Section 1 Technical Data’ for the
type of gas being used.
INJECTOR BAR
9688
• Fit burner injectors to burner injector bar and tighten.
9686
• Fit injector bar into burner, secure with retaining rods.
• Fit replacement burner.
19.24 Burner injectors, refer to diagram 19.16.
Before starting refer to the front of Section 19 Important
information.
INJECTORS
• Remove the front panel, refer to Section 16.3.
Diagram 19.16
• Lower the control panel, refer to Section 16.4.
• Remove the sealed chamber cover, refer to Section 16.5.
19.26 Flame sense electrode, refer to diagram
16.4
• Remove the combustion chamber cover, refer to Section
16.7.
• Remove burner, refer to Section 16.8.
Before starting refer to the front of Section 19 Important
information.
• Remove injector bar retaining nuts and separate the injector
bar from the burner.
• Remove the front panel, refer to Section 16.3.
• Remove and renew injectors as required from injector bar.
• Lower the control panel, refer to Section 16.4.
Note: Make sure that injector size, marked on each injector, is
the same as that given in ‘Section 1 Technical Data’ for the
type of gas being used.
• Remove the sealed chamber cover, refer to Section 16.5.
• Assemble the burner in reverse order to removal taking care
to engage all parts correctly.
• Pull off flame sense lead from flame sense electrode.
• Remove the combustion chamber cover, refer to Section
16.7.
• Undo and remove screws securing flame sense electrode onto
burner.
19.25 Ignition electrode assembly, refer to
diagram 16.4
• Fit replacement flame sense electrode onto burner.
Before starting refer to the front of Section 19 Important
information.
• Remove the front panel, refer to Section 16.3.
• Lower the control panel, refer to Section 16.4.
• Remove the sealed chamber cover, refer to Section 16.5.
• Remove the combustion chamber cover, refer to Section
16.7.
• Pull off ignition leads from gas control valve.
• Ease ignition leads through the grommet.
• Undo and remove screws securing electrode assembly onto
burner.
• Fit replacement electrode assembly onto burner in reverse
order to removal.
• When refitting ensure that the grommet locates and seals
correctly.
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19.27 User interface board assembly, refer to
diagram 19.17.
Before starting refer to the front of Section 19 Important
information.
• Gain access to rear of control panel.
B4
B5
MAINS POWER
SWITCH
9891
• Unclip side clips and hinge up control panel cover, see
diagram 11.2.
➜
9892
• Lower the control panel, refer to Section 16.4.
➜
• Remove the front panel, refer to Section 16.3.
• Carefully pull off electrical connection from the user interface
board to PCB at (B4).
• Remove the two securing screws to release the control panel
fascia.
• Remove the two user interface board assembly securing
screws to remove the user interface board assembly.
• Fit replacement user interface board.
19.28 Clock-timer, refer to diagrams 19.17 and
19.18.
Before starting refer to the front of Section 19 Important
information.
• Remove the front panel, refer to Section 16.3.
USER INTERFACE BOARD
• Lower the control panel, refer to Section 16.4.
Diagram 19.17
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• Gain access to rear of control panel.
• Unclip side clips and hinge up control panel cover, see
diagram 11.2.
• Carefully pull off electrical connection from the clock-timer to
PCB at (B5).
• Remove the two securing screws to release the control panel
fascia.
• Remove the two clock-timer securing screws to remove clocktimer.
• Fit replacement clock-timer.
19.29 Mains power switch, refer to diagram
19.17.
Before starting refer to the front of Section 19 Important
information.
• Remove the front panel, refer to Section 16.3.
• Lower the control panel, refer to Section 16.4.
CLOCK-TIMER
• Gain access to rear of control panel.
Diagram 19.18
• Unclip side clips and hinge up control panel cover, see
diagram 11.2.
• Slide back and up to remove the mains power switch.
• Carefully pull off electrical connections from the mains power
switch.
• Fit replacement mains power switch.
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19.30 Domestic Hot water storage vessel, refer
to diagram 19.19.
For this operation the boiler must be removed from the wall.
CLIP
POSITIONS
(2 OFF)
Before starting refer to the front of Section 19 Important
information.
• Drain down central heating and domestic hot water circuit of
boiler only, refer to relevant parts of Sections 16.13 and 19.8.
➜
➜
Note: It is not necessary to drain down entire heating system to
carry out this work.
• Disconnect flue system.
• Remove the base panel, secured with four screws and hooked
in at the rear.
• Disconnect boiler pipes onto fixing jig.
• Remove the front panel, refer to Section 16.3.
➜
• Lower the control panel, refer to Section 16.4.
DOMESTIC
HOT WATER
STORAGE
VESSEL
• Gain access to rear of control panel.
• Unclip side clips and hinge up control panel cover, see
diagram 11.2.
• Disconnect mains cable and any external controls cables.
9883
• Carefully pull off electrical connection at (H4) from the PCB.
Unclip to release the cable back to the storage vessel.
• Remove the sealed chamber cover, refer to Section 16.4.
Remove the two side panels, refer to Section 16.6. Using the
two lifting handles positioned bottom left of the controls and to
the center right of the combustion chamber lift the boiler off the
hanging bracket and away from the wall.
➜
➜
• Disconnect electrical connections from vessel.
9884
• Unclip vessel from boiler frame and remove from boiler.
➜
• From rear of boiler, disconnect domestic pipes from the bottom
of the storage vessel.
➜
DOMESTIC HOT WATER
STORAGE VESSEL
Diagram 19.19
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19.31 Storage vessel thermistor, refer to
diagram 19.20.
➜
For this operation the boiler must be removed from the wall.
Before starting refer to the front of Section 19 Important
information.
DOMESTIC HOT
WATER STORAGE
VESSEL
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• Drain down central heating and domestic hot water circuit of
boiler only, refer to relevant parts of Sections 16.13 and 19.8.
Note: It is not necessary to drain down entire heating system to
carry out this work.
• Disconnect flue system.
• Remove the base panel, secured with four screws and hooked
in at the rear.
INSULATION
• Disconnect boiler pipes onto fixing jig.
Diagram 19.20
INSULATION
• Lower the control panel, refer to Section 16.4.
• Gain access to rear of control panel.
9888
• Remove the front panel, refer to Section 16.3.
• Unclip side clips and hinge up control panel cover, see
diagram 11.2.
• Disconnect mains cable and any external controls cables.
➜
• Remove the sealed chamber cover, refer to Section 16.4.
Remove the two side panels, refer to Section 16.6. Using the
two lifting handles positioned bottom left of the controls and to
the center right of the combustion chamber lift the boiler off the
hanging bracket and away from the wall.
DOMESTIC HOT
WATER STORAGE
VESSEL
• Remove the insulation from around the storage vessel
• Locate thermistor.
Diagram 19.21
• Disconnect the electrical connection to the thermistor.
• Peel off the self adhesive thermistor.
• Clean the surface prior to fitting the replacement thermistor in
same position as old thermistor.
• Refit vessel.
• Refit boiler onto fixing jig, tighten all connections ensuring that
all sealing washers are fitted before tightening.
• Reconnect flue making sure that all joints are properly
connected.
19.32 Storage vessel heating element, refer to
diagram 19.21.
For this operation the boiler must be removed from the wall and
the storage vessel removed, refer to Section 19.30.
• Remove the insulation from around the storage vessel
• Locate heating element.
• Peel off the heating element, secured with self adhesive tape.
• Clean the surface prior to fitting the replacement heating
element in same position as old heating element.
• Refit vessel in reverse order to removal.
• Refit boiler onto fixing jig, tighten all connections ensuring that
all sealing washers are fitted before tightening.
• Reconnect flue making sure that all joints are properly
connected.
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19.33 Expansion vessel, refer to diagram
19.22.
UNION NUT
For this operation the boiler must be removed from the wall.
RETAINING
NUT
Before starting refer to the front of Section 19 Important
information.
• Drain down central heating and domestic hot water circuit of
boiler only, refer to relevant parts of Sections 16.13 and 19.8.
Note: It is not necessary to drain down entire heating system to
carry out this work.
• Disconnect flue system.
➜
• Remove the base panel, secured with four screws and hooked
in at the rear.
• Disconnect boiler pipes onto fixing jig.
• Remove the front panel, refer to Section 16.3.
• Lower the control panel, refer to Section 16.4.
• Gain access to rear of control panel.
• Unclip side clips and hinge up control panel cover, see
diagram 11.2.
EXPANSION
VESSEL
• Disconnect mains cable and any external controls cables.
• Remove the sealed chamber cover, refer to Section 16.4.
Remove the two side panels, refer to Section 16.6. Using the
two lifting handles positioned bottom left of the controls and to
the center right of the combustion chamber lift the boiler off the
hanging bracket and away from the wall.
• Supporting expansion vessel unscrew and remove expansion
vessel retaining nut and screw.
• Remove expansion vessel.
• Fit replacement expansion vessel.
Note: Check that expansion vessel pressure is correct, see
‘Section 1 Technical Data’.
Diagram 19.22
20 Spare Parts
When ordering spare parts, quote the part number and description, stating the appliance model number and serial number
from the data label.
Short parts list
No. ...... Description ......................................... Part No. .......... G. C. No.
1 .......... Domestic hot water thermistor ........ 57213 .............. ******
2 .......... Central heating thermistor ............... 57215 .............. ******
3 .......... Storage vessel thermistor ................. 57250
4 .......... Fan ...................................................... 57238
5 .......... Air pressure switch ............................. 57237
6 .......... Domestic water flow sensor ............. 57202
7 .......... Printed circuit board ......................... 57248
8 .......... Pump .................................................. 57207
9 .......... 3-way valve head ............................. 57206
10 ........ System pressure sensor ..................... 57205
11 ........ Gas valve module ............................ 57079
12 ........ Central heating safety valve ........... 57228
13 ........ Domestic safety valve ...................... 57229
14 ........ Overheat thermostat ........................ 57212
15 ........ Ignition electrode .............................. 57194
16 ........ Flame sense electrode ..................... 57195
16 ........ Clock-timer ........................................ 57245
Because of our constant endeavour for improvement details may vary slightly from those in the instructions.
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