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MANUALE DI INSTALLAZIONE USO E MANUTENZIONE
INSTALLATION, USER AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
INSTALLATIONS, BEDIENUNGS UND WARTUNGSANLEITUNGEN
NOTICE D’INSTALLATION
MANUAL DE INSTALACIÓN, USO Y MANTENIMIENTO
STUFE A PELLET ECOFIRE® IDRO
ECOFIRE® IDRO PELLET STOVES - IDRO PELLETÖFEN ECOFIRE®
POELES A PELLETS ECOFIRE® IDRO - ESTUFAS DE PELLETS ECOFIRE® IDRO
EASY TOUCH
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GENTILE CLIENTE,
DESIDERIAMO INNANZITUTTO RINGRAZIARLA PER LA PREFERENZA CHE HA VOLUTO ACCORDARCI
ACQUISTANDO IL NOSTRO PRODOTTO E CI CONGRATULIAMO CON LEI PER LA SCELTA.
PER CONSENTIRLE DI UTILIZZARE AL MEGLIO LA SUA NUOVA STUFA, LA INVITIAMO A SEGUIRE
ATTENTAMENTE QUANTO DESCRITTO NEL PRESENTE MANUALE.
DEAR CUSTOMER,
WE’D LIKE TO THANK
YOU FOR HAVING PURCHASED ONE OF OUR PRODUCTS AND
CONGRATULATE YOU ON YOUR CHOICE.
TO MAKE SURE YOU GET THE MOST OUT OF YOUR NEW STOVE, PLEASE CAREFULLY FOLLOW
THE INSTRUCTIONS PROVIDED IN THIS MANUAL.
SEHR GEEHRTER KUNDE,
ZUALLERERST MÖCHTEN WIR IHNEN FÜR DEN UNS GEWÄHRTEN VORZUG DANKEN UND IHNEN
ZUR WAHL GRATULIEREN.
DAMIT SIE IHREN NEUEN HEIZOFEN SO GUT WIE MÖGLICH BENUTZEN KÖNNEN, BITTEN WIR
SIE, DIE IN DIESER BEDIENUNGS- UND WARTUNGSANLEITUNG ENTHALTENEN ANGABEN
GENAU ZU BEFOLGEN.
CHER CLIENT,
NOUS SOUHAITONS
AVANT TOUT VOUS REMERCIER DE LA PRÉFÉRENCE QUE VOUS NOUS
AVEZ ACCORDÉE EN ACHETANT NOTRE PRODUIT ET VOUS FÉLICITIONS POUR VOTRE CHOIX.
AFIN DE VOUS PERMETTRE DE PROFITER AU MIEUX DE VOTRE NOUVEAU POÊLE, NOUS VOUS
INVITONS À SUIVRE ATTENTIVEMENT LES INSTRUCTIONS REPORTÉES DANS CETTE NOTICE.
ESTIMADO CLIENTE,
DESEAMOS AGRADECERLE
POR LA PREFERENCIA QUE NOS HA OTORGADO ADQUIRIENDO
NUESTRO PRODUCTO Y LO FELICITAMOS POR SU ELECCIÓN.
PARA EL MEJOR USO DE SU NUEVA ESTUFA, LO INVITAMOS A LEER CON ATENCIÓN CUANTO
SE DESCRIBE EN EL PRESENTE MANUAL.
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SUMMARY FOR SKILLS
1 INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................. 32
2 SAFETY WARNINGS...................................................................................................... 34
3 FUEL SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................................ 35
8 PRELIMINARY OPERATIONS ....................................................................................... 46
USER
9 STOVE OPERATION ...................................................................................................... 48
10 FUNCTIONS AVAILABLE............................................................................................. 49
11 ALARM MANAGEMENT ............................................................................................... 52
12 MAINTENANCE ............................................................................................................ 53
13 DECOMMISSIONING AND DISPOSAL........................................................................ 55
1 INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................. 32
2 SAFETY WARNINGS...................................................................................................... 34
4 HANDLING AND TRANSPORT ..................................................................................... 35
INSTALLER
5 INSTALLATION SITE PREPARATION ........................................................................... 36
6 INSTALLATION ............................................................................................................... 40
7 STOVE DESCRIPTION ................................................................................................... 43
8 PRELIMINARY OPERATIONS ....................................................................................... 46
12 MAINTENANCE ............................................................................................................ 53
ASSISTANCE
CENTER
13 DECOMMISSIONING AND DISPOSAL........................................................................ 55
ELECTRICIAN
1 INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................. 32
2 SAFETY WARNINGS...................................................................................................... 34
4 HANDLING AND TRANSPORT ..................................................................................... 35
13 DECOMMISSIONING AND DISPOSAL........................................................................ 55
SHUNTER
TRANSPORTER
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INDEX
INTRODUCTION
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10
FUNCTIONS AVAILABLE
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1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
1.10
1.11
1.12
1.13
1.14
SYMBOLS
INTENDED USE
PURPOSE AND CONTENTS OF THIS MANUAL
HOW TO KEEP THIS MANUAL
UPDATES TO THE MANUAL
GENERAL INFORMATION
MAIN REFERENCE STANDARDS
PRODUCT WARRANTY
MANUFACTURER’S LIABILITY
INTENDED USERS
TECHNICAL SERVICE
SPARE PARTS
IDENTIFICATION LABEL
DELIVERY OF THE STOVE
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
33
33
33
33
33
33
33
10.1
10.2
10.3
10.4
10.5
10.6
10.7
10.8
10.9
TIMER FUNCTION
“ECO MODE” SAVING FUNCTION
AUTONOMY FUNCTION
REFILL FUNCTION
RESTARTING AFTER A POWER FAILURE
“LOCK KEYPAD” FUNCTION
FROST PROTECTION FUNCTION
RESTART DELTA FUNCTION
INTEGRATED PRODUCTION OF SANITARY HOT
WATER
49
50
50
50
50
50
51
51
ALARM MANAGEMENT
52
12
MAINTENANCE
53
2
SAFETY WARNINGS
34
2.1
2.2
2.3
INSTALLATION WARNINGS
MAINTENANCE WARNINGS
WARNINGS FOR THE USER
34
34
34
12.1
12.2
12.3
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
ROUTINE USER MAINTENANCE
SPECIAL MAINTENANCE
53
53
55
13
DECOMMISSIONING AND DISPOSAL
55
3
FUEL SPECIFICATIONS
35
3.1
3.2
FUEL SPECIFICATIONS
STORING THE PELLETS
35
35
4
HANDLING AND TRANSPORT
35
4.1
REMOVING THE STOVE FROM THE PALLET
35
5
INSTALLATION SITE PREPARATION
36
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
GENERAL INFORMATION
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
STOVE INSTALLATION SITE
COMBUSTION AIR
FLUE GAS EXHAUST
36
36
36
37
38
6
INSTALLATION
40
6.1
6.2
6.3
LEVELLING THE STOVE
SYSTEM CONNECTIONS
INITIAL CONFIGURATION
40
40
41
7
STOVE DESCRIPTION
43
7.1
7.2
7.3
CONTROL PANEL
USING THE CONTROL PANEL
OPERATING PARAMETERS
43
44
45
8
PRELIMINARY OPERATIONS
46
8.1
8.2
8.3
LOADING THE PELLETS
POWER SUPPLY
INITIAL SETTINGS
46
46
46
9
STOVE OPERATION
48
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
9.6
STARTING THE STOVE
48
MODIFYING THE PARAMETERS
48
SWITCHING OFF
48
OPERATION WITH ROOM THERMOSTAT
48
OPERATION WITH ROOM PROBE ON THE BOILER 48
OPERATION IN COMBINATION WITH A STORAGE
TANK
48
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AVAILABLE CONFIGURATIONS
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1
INTRODUCTION
1
INTRODUCTION
PALAZZETTI heating appliances are built and
tested in accordance with the safety requirements
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!
This manual is intended for owners, installers, users
and maintenance personnel of the PALAZZETTI
stoves and is an integral part of the product. If
there are any doubts regarding the contents of
this manual, or for any other explanations please
contact the manufacturer or an authorised service
centre, quoting the paragraph number in question.
No printing, translation and reproduction of this
manual, in part or whole, is allowed without
the permission of PALAZZETTI. The technical
in this manual may not be disclosed.
Do not operate the appliance if any of the
instructions provided in the manual are not
understood; if there are any doubts always contact
specialist PALAZZETTI personnel for explanations.
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1.1 SYMBOLS
The most important points in this manual are
highlighted by the following symbols:
INSTRUCTION: Instructions concerning correct
stove operation and the responsibilities of operators.
IMPORTANT: This denotes very important
information.
DANGERˆ'
prevent accidents or damage to materials.
1.2 INTENDED USE
1.3
PALAZZETTI appliances are stoves designed for
heating the home, to be installed indoors, with
automatic operation exclusively on wood pellets.
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closed.
Never open the door when the stove is operating.
The appliance is not intended for use by people
(including children) with limited physical, sensorial
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or knowledge, unless they are supervised or
instructed on the use of the appliance by a person
responsible for their safety.
The intended use of the stove described above
‘
permitted by the manufacturer: never use the
stove in any way not described in the instructions
provided.
PURPOSEANDCONTENTSOFTHISMANUAL
The purpose of this manual is to provide the
fundamental and essential rules for correct
installation, maintenance and use of the product.
Carefully following these rules will ensure a high
level of stove safety and productivity.
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1.4 HOW TO KEEP THIS MANUAL
STORAGE AND REFERENCE
This manual must be kept with care and must be
always available for reference by the user and by
assembly and maintenance personnel.
The installation manual is an integral part of the
stove.
DAMAGE OR LOSS
If required, an additional copy can be ordered from
PALAZZETTI.
SALE OF THE STOVE
If the stove is sold the user must also provide the
new owner this manual.
1.5 UPDATES TO THE MANUAL
This manual represents the state-of-the-art at the
time the stove was introduced onto the market.
1.6 GENERAL INFORMATION
REQUESTING INFORMATION
If information is requested from the manufacturer
of the stove, always refer to the serial number
and other identifying data shown on the product’s
!
SPECIAL MAINTENANCE
Special maintenance operations must be carried
‘œ
work on the model of stove that this manual refers
to.
RESPONSIBILITY FOR INSTALLATION
PALAZZETTI accepts no responsibility for the work
carried out to install the stove; such responsibility
lies with the installer, who is required to carry
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installation is completed correctly. Furthermore, all
safety standards required by relevant legislation
in force in the country where the stove is installed
must be complied with.
USE
The stove must only be used in compliance with the
instructions provided in this manual, as well as with
all safety standards required by relevant legislation
in force in the country where the stove is installed.
1.7 MAIN REFERENCE STANDARDS
A) Directive 2006/95/EC: “Electrical equipment
designed for use within certain voltage limits”.
B) Directive 2004/108/EC: “Approximation of
the laws of the Member States relating to
electromagnetic compatibility”.
C) Directive 89/391/EEC: “Introduction of
measures to encourage improvements in the
safety and health of workers at work”.
D) Directive 89/106/EEC: “Approximation of the
laws, regulations and administrative provisions
of the Member States relating to construction
products”.
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1.11 TECHNICAL SERVICE
1.12 SPARE PARTS
1.8 PRODUCT WARRANTY
Only use original spare parts.
Do not wait for components to become worn out
before replacing them.
Replace a worn component before it malfunctions
helps prevent accidents due to sudden breakages,
which may cause serious harm to people and
things.
Perform the periodical maintenance checks as
described in the chapter on “Maintenance”.
In order to make use of the product warranty
pursuant to Directive 1999/44/EC, users must
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‘ˆ
œ‘œ
œ‘ ‘ maintenance;
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ability, attitude and suitably trained for the
purpose;
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the model of stove in question.
In addition, the following must be provided:
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the installer.
Failure to follow the instructions provided in this
manual will render the warranty void.
1.9 MANUFACTURER’S LIABILITY
By providing this manual, PALAZZETTI declines
all liability, both civil and criminal, direct or indirect,
deriving from:
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in force in the country concerned and with
safety directives;
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provided in this manual;
‘ personnel;
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not authorised by the manufacturer;
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!
PALAZZETTI has an extensive network of service
centres staffed by specialists trained directly by the
company.
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details of your nearest authorised service centre.
The company forum: http://forum.palazzetti.it offers
access to a vast amount of information and allows
users to exchange ideas, opinions and suggestions.
1.13 IDENTIFICATION LABEL
The serial number plate on the stove shows all the
typical product data, including the manufacturer’s
details, the serial number and
markings.
1.14 DELIVERY OF THE STOVE
The stove is delivered packaged in a cardboard box
or shrink-wrap and secured to a wooden pallet for
handling by forklift and/or other equipment.
The following material is provided inside the stove:
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* model;
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] ‘ models where featured).
1.10 INTENDED USERS
The user of the stove must be a responsible adult
œ œ ‘ routine maintenance on the parts of the stove.
Make sure children do not play close to the stove
while it’s operating.
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E) Directive 85/374/EEC: “Approximation of the
laws, regulations and administrative provisions
of the Member States concerning liability for
defective products.”
F) Directive 1999/5/EC: “Radio equipment and
telecommunications terminal equipment and
the mutual recognition of their conformity”.
G) UNI 14785/2006: “Residential space heating
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and test methods”.
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SAFETY WARNINGS
2.1
INSTALLATION WARNINGS
{‘œ
!
The stove assembly and dismantling instructions are
reserved exclusively for specialist technicians.
Users should always contact our service centre to
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!
Before having work performed by other technical
personnel verify their effective technical competence.
Responsibility for work carried out in the place where
the stove is installed lies with the user; the user is also
responsible for making sure the installation checks are
completed.
The user must abide by all local, national and European
safety requirements.
' ž œ suitable load-bearing capacity.
“ž
arrangements correspond to the type of installation.
Do not make any electrical connections using
temporary or uninsulated cables.
Make sure the electrical system is earthed correctly.
Before starting to assemble or dismantle the stove, the
installer must heed the safety precautions required by
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A) do not work in adverse conditions;
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and make sure that personal protective equipment
is in perfect working order;
C) always wear safety gloves;
D) always wear safety shoes;
E) always use electrically insulated tools;
F) make sure that the area being used for assembly
and dismantling is clear of any obstacles.
2.2
MAINTENANCE WARNINGS
2.3
{‘ œ manual.
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other means of protection.
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that the stove, if it had been operating, has cooled
down.
( ‘ calibrated or not working, the stove must be
considered out-of-service.
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electronic parts and connectors.
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{‘ œ manual.
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must always be perfectly legible. If damaged or
illegible they must be replaced, contacting the
manufacturer for an original spare label.
W‘ œ shown in the corresponding chapter of this
manual.
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plan.
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“Maintenance” in this manual.
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suspected breakage or unusual noises.
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pot.
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‘ power cord.
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may affect stability.
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anchor.
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have completely cooled down.
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down.
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off using the procedure described in par. 9.3.
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procedure described in par. 15.4.
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to avoid damaging the paintwork.
WARNINGS FOR THE USER
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with local, national and European regulations.
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outside surfaces. For this reason maximum care
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avoid getting burned;
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FUEL SPECIFICATIONS
3.1 FUEL SPECIFICATIONS
ENGLISH
Pellets (Fig. 3.1) are made from various types of
mechanically compacted wood in compliance with
environmental protection standards. Pellets are the
only fuel that can be used on this type of stove.
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in relation to the type and quality of pellets used.
The pellet stove requires pellets with the following
characteristics:
- diameter ~ 6 mm;
- max. length 30 mm;
- max. moisture content 6 - 9%.
The stove has a pellet hopper with the capacity
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Booklet enclosed.
The pellet hopper is located at the top of the stove.
It must always be able to be opened to load the
pellets, and must remain closed during operation.
Due to temperature control requirements, operation
on traditional wood is not possible.
The stove must not be used as a rubbish incinerator.
3.2 STORING THE PELLETS
The pellets must be kept in a place that’s dry and
not too cold.
It’s suggested to keep some sacks of pellets in
the same room where the stove is installed or an
adjacent room, as long as the temperature and
humidity are acceptable.
Damp and/or cold pellets (5°C) reduce the fuel heat
value and mean the burn pot (unburned material)
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‘!
Pay special care when storing and handling the
sacks of pellets. Make sure these are not crushed
to prevent the pellets from becoming sawdust.
Sawdust introduced into the hopper may block the
pellet feed system.
Use of poor quality pellets may affect normal pellet
stove operation and render the warranty void.
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the requirements of EN 14961-2.
Fig. 3.1
4
HANDLING AND
TRANSPORT
The stove is delivered complete with all parts
included.
Beware of the tendency of the stove to tip over.
The stove’s centre of gravity is towards the front of
the appliance.
Always keep this in mind when moving the stove
on the transport pallet.
When lifting avoid jolts or sudden movements.
Make sure that the forklift capacity exceeds the
weight of the stove being lifted.
The operator of the forklift or other hoisting
equipment is responsible for lifting the loads.
Prevent children from playing with the packaging
!!‘‘!”
suffocation!
4.1 REMOVING THE STOVE FROM THE
PALLET
To remove the stove from the transport pallet follow
the instructions shown in the “Product Booklet”
enclosed.
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5.3 STOVE INSTALLATION SITE
INSTALLATION SITE
PREPARATION
The enclosed "Product technical details" show the
minimum clearances from combustible materials
and objects expressed in centimetres that must
be observed when positioning the stove; for nonžœ£ halved.
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to excessive heat.
¡ ž ˆ
wood, parquet, linoleum, laminates or carpets
‘ ‘j base underneath stove. Such base may be made
from steel, slate, glass or stone and must cover the
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attachment, and must extend at least 50 cm at the
front.
The manufacturer declines all liability for any
alterations to the characteristics of the material
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!
Any elements made from wood (e.g. beams) or
other combustible material located near the stove
œ!
Flammable walls or elements must be kept at least
150 cm away from the stove.
Leave enough clearance for maintenance work.
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ž
materials (x) is observed, as shown on the pipes
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Pi = Combustible wall
Pp = Floor protection
5.1 GENERAL INFORMATION
The following paragraphs provide instructions that
must be complied with in order to ensure maximum
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!
The following instructions are however subordinate
to compliance with any national, regional and local
laws and standards in force in the country where
the product is installed.
5.2 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Pi
X
Responsibility for work carried out in the place
where the stove is installed lies with the user;
the user is also responsible for making sure the
installation checks are completed.
The user must abide by all local, national and
European safety requirements.
' ž œ suitable load-bearing capacity.
The stove assembly and dismantling instructions
are reserved exclusively for specialist technicians.
Users should always contact our service centre
to request work to be performed by qualified
technicians.
Before having work performed by other technical
personnel verify their effective technical
competence. Before starting to assemble or
dismantle the stove, the installer must heed the
‘
‘œ
‘ˆ
A) do not work in adverse conditions;
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working and make sure that personal protective
equipment is in perfectly working order;
C) always wear safety gloves;
D) always wear safety shoes;
E) always use electrically insulated tools;
F) make sure that the area being used for assembly
and dismantling is clear of any obstacles.
Pi
150 cm
Pp
Fig. 5.2
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5.4 COMBUSTION AIR
20-30cm
PA
Fig. 5.3
C
S
G
Fig. 5.4
Fig. 5.5
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During operation the stove takes in a certain amount
of air from the room where it’s installed (except for
the “Ermetica” series products that can take in air
directly from the outside); this air must be replaced
through an opening to the outside from the room
(Fig. 5.3 - PA = Fresh air vent).
If the wall behind of the stove is an outside wall,
make an opening for drawing in combustion air
…‚j‰‚ ž dimensions shown on the product data sheet at
the end of this booklet.
A permanent non-closable vent cover must be
placed on the outside of the opening; in especially
windy areas or places exposed to bad weather,
install rain and wind protection elements.
Make sure that the air vent is located in such a way
that it can’t be accidentally obstructed.
If it’s not possible to make a fresh air opening in
the wall behind the stove (not a perimeter wall),
an opening must be made on the wall in the room
where the stove is installed that faces the outside.
If no fresh air opening can be made in the room, it
can be made in an adjacent room as long as the
two rooms are connected by a ventilation grill (Fig.
5.4 - C = Shutter box, G = Grill, S = Shutters)
Standard UNI 10683 prohibits combustion air being
drawn in from garages, combustible material stores
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If there are other heating appliances in the same
room, the fresh air vents must guarantee the
required volume of air for correct operation of all
the appliances.
If one or more exhaust fans (range hoods) are
installed and operating in the room where the stove
is located, combustion problems may occur due to
a lack of combustion air.
In order to create the air intake it is possible either to:
Make the air intake hole on the wall, and let
the stove be free to withdraw air in the environment,
taking care , however, to connect on the air inlet tube
the portion of corrugated pipe (if provided) supplied
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downward. (Fig. 5.5);
- connect the stove combustion air intake to the
fresh air opening using a special pipe (Fig. 5.6).
Fig. 5.6
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5.5 FLUE GAS EXHAUST
Fig. 5.7a
-3m
X 2 5%
A
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B
B
MAX 2 - 3 m
The stove operates with negative pressure in the
‘ ž
gas discharge must be airtight.
The stove must be connected to its own separate
flue gas exhaust system capable of ensuring
adequate atmospheric dispersion of the combustion
by products.
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conditions and bear the CE mark.
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to exhaust output of the stove.
¡ž‚"!
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rock wool) or made using double wall steel pipes,
except for the initial vertical section inside the room.
An initial vertical section measuring a minimum of
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exhaust.
There should be at least three changes in direction
ž ž at the rear of the stove, using 45 or 90° angle
connectors or ‘T’ connectors.
Use always a ‘T’ connector with inspection cap (B)
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!
It is necessary to connect a pipe at the bottom of
the „T“ junction in order to discharge the smoke
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The connection must be sealed (Fig. 5.7b).
The maximum length of horizontal sections is 2-3
m with an upwards slope of 3-5% (Fig. 5.7a).
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connected to:
- a chimney used by other heat generators
!!!!!
- air exhaust systems (range hoods, vents,
etc.....) even if these are ducted.
Shut-off or draught valves must not be used.
Combustion byproducts must be discharged
through the roof.
( ž ¤ ‘ unsuitable discharge terminal, etc.) flue gas
exhaust may be less than optimum. In these cases,
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ž! {
technical service for this procedure.
B
Fig. 5.7b
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5.5.1 Discharge through roof using a traditional
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be made in accordance with standards UNI 10683
- EN 1856-1-2 - EN 1857 - EN 1443 - EN 133841-3 - EN 12391-1 both as regards the dimensions
and the construction materials used.
DAMAGED chimneys made from unsuitable
material (asbestos cement, galvanised steel,
etc.... with a rough and porous inside surface) are
prohibited by law and affect proper stove operation.
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chimney (Fig. 5.8) as long as the following rules are
observed:
- check the conditions of the chimney; old
chimneys should be renovated by introducing
steel piping with suitable insulation (rock wool,
vermiculite).
j ž ‘ the chimney only if the latter has a maximum
cross-section of 15 × 15 cm or diameter of 15
cm and features an inspection opening.
For larger chimneys, suitably insulated steel
pipes need to be inserted on the inside (diameter
according to the length) (Fig. 5.9).
Makes sure connections to brick chimneys are
suitably sealed.
Avoid contact with combustible materials (e.g.
wooden beams) and in any case insulate these
!
( ž œ œ
j
available on the market.
Fig. 5.8
A) Chimney pot with wind protection
B) Maximum cross-section of 15 × 15 cm or
diameter of 15 cm and maximum height of 4- 5
metres
C) Seal
D) Inspection
1
2
3
1) Vermiculite and/or rock wool.
2) Steel pipes.
3) Closure panel.
Fig. 5.9
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INSTALLATION
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6.1 LEVELLING THE STOVE
The stove must be levelled by adjusting the feet (where featured), then checked
using a spirit level (Fig. 6.1).
A B = Spirit level
6.2 SYSTEM CONNECTIONS
6.2.1 Electrical connection
The stove is connected to the electrical system simply using the plug supplied.
The electrical connection (plug) must be easily accessible when the stove is installed.
If the power cord is damaged it must be replaced by the technical service or a
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6.2.2 Connection to an external timer thermostat
The stove can be connected to an external timer thermostat that switches the stove
on or off according to the set temperature.
When the set temperature is reached the thermostat opens the circuit and
consequently switches off the stove.
The external thermostat is connected to the two terminals on the rear of the stove,
which are jumpered in the factory. Disconnect the jumper and connect the two
thermostat contacts.
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while the timer thermostat is in “call” status. This operation is also required in the
event of power failures or if the stove is switched off manually.
To avoid overlapping the working time bands, it’s recommend to disable (set to OFF)
the stove’s timer (see par. 10.1).
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Fig. 6.2
6.2.3 Operation with room probe
In certain circumstances the stove may need to modulate operation based on the
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6.3.
6.2.4 Connection to a storage tank with coil
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coil.
In this case simply disconnect the external temperature probe from the stove and
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6.2.5 Connection to a storage tank without coil
The stove can be used to maintain the temperature inside a storage tank without
coil.
In this case simply disconnect the external temperature probe from the stove and
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6.3 INITIAL CONFIGURATION
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Before proceeding, power up the stove using the safety switch on the rear.
Use the arrow buttons to scroll between the icons until reaching the setup menu
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a) Use the arrow buttons
to go to the setup menu
and then press ;
b) Use the
button to select the password “7” and then press buttons to scroll to and select submenu
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c) Use the
and enter the value “54” using the
buttons;
d) Press
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h) Press !
[3 0]
buttons;
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FOUR DIFFERENT CONFIGURATIONS ARE AVAILABLE:
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thermostat, but rather leaving the two terminals jumpered as per the factory setting.
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modulates output (to minimise fuel consumption) when reaching the set water temperature.
The stove will turn off also in case the water temperature continues to rise despite the modulation. In this case,
the stove will turn on only if the temperature difference between the value you set up and the real one is higher
than 20°C.
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CONFIGURATION 2
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the central heating radiators.
The stove will modulate output according to the room temperature read by the probe on the stove.
The “Eco-mode” function can be used to have the stove switch off or on based on the set room temperature.
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CONFIGURATION 3
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The stove will be controlled (switch on and off) based on the temperature read by the probe in the storage tank.
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CONFIGURATION 4
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The stove will switch on based on the temperature read by the probe in the storage tank, and will switch off based
on the stove return temperature.
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STOVE DESCRIPTION
Before reading this booklet, check the description
of the stove provided in the “Product Booklet”
enclosed.
7.1 CONTROL PANEL
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The control panel consists of:
A) a top part with status LEDs and backlit icons
that identify each function;
B) LED display;
C) ON button;
D) “Cancel” and display “error” button;
E) two arrow buttons to scroll between the various
functions;
F) two buttons
and
to access the submenus
and set the operating parameters;
G) an enter button
the settings.
A
B
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C
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7.1.1 STATUS LEDS
ICON
WARNING
DESCRIPTION
Pellets running out
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Maintenance
Indicates the need to perform maintenance
Service
ndicates an error
Remote control receiver
OPTIONAL
Timer active
Indicates whether the timer function is active.
Status LED (near the
button)
LED on steady: stove on and operating
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LED off: stove off
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7.1.2 Description of the menus
ICON
FUNCTION
ICON
DESCRIPTION
VALUES
Power
Stove output setting
Fan
This parameter is not enabled on water heating models
Temperature
Displays the room temperature reading and is used to set the desired
temperature.
6°C .. 51°C
Fuel
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pellet hopper [FULL], or deactivates the warning [OFF]
FULL - OFF
Timer
Enables or disables the timer. When enabled, the icon
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FUNCTION
1..5
SUBMENU
will be
DESCRIPTION
ON - OFF
VALUES
[1] Weekly timer
Assigns the programs (max 3) to the different days of the
week
[d1] ... [d7]
[2] Programs
[3] Time / date
Program setting menu
[P1] ... [P6]
[4] Hours remaining
[5]
System
information
Time and date setting
Displays the number of hours remaining until recommended
maintenance. When “Hi” is displayed, the remaining time
exceeds 999 hours.
Displays the current software version
[6] Water
temperature
It allows to set the desired temperature for the water supply
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60 ... 80°C
[7] Eco function
Enables or disables Eco Mode, in which the stove
automatically switches off and on based on room temperature
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OFF; Eco
[8] Restart delta
Is the number of degrees centigrade below the switchoff temperature at which the stove switches on again
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Setup
[9]
[1 0]
[1 1]
[1 2]
[13]
[1 4]
[3 0]
[4 0]
Frost protection
temperature
Minimum temperature below which the stove switches on
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Lock keypad
Disables the buttons on the keypad
0,5 ... 5,0°C
0 ... 40°C
OFF; 3 ... 20 °C
OFF; 3 ... 50 °C
OFF; Lo; Hi
Display brightness Sets display brightness
OFF; 1 ... 5
Display mode
Sets how the data is displayed
OFF; 1 ... 4
Buzzer volume
Sets the buzzer volume
OFF; 1 ... 5
Type of pellets
Three different types of pellet can be set
Installer menu
Sets/displays the stove configuration
Service menu
Menu reserved for the service centre
1 ... 3
PWD: “54”
Submenus [30] and [4 0] in the Setup menu are password-protected and reserved for service centre personnel.
7.2 USING THE CONTROL PANEL
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The arrow buttons
are used to scroll between the different menus that are highlighted.
When selecting a given function, any submenus available can be scrolled using the
buttons; to set
button and modify the values, again using the
buttons. Pressing the
a parameter simply use the
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buttons.
The “annulla” button
goes back up one level in the menu; pressing and holding the button displays any
active alarm or error codes.
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7.3 OPERATING PARAMETERS
Stove operation is determined by the Power level and Temperature parameters set by the user.
a) Use the
buttons to scroll the submenu
b) Select submenu “1*
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d) Press
(buttons (1 minimum,....5 maximum)
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7.3.2 Setting the temperature
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a) Use the
buttons to go to the temperature menu
and press
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buttons
c) Press !
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temperature.
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7.3.1 setting the power level
' œ ‘ ‘ ‘ consumption.
To change the power level use the
buttons to go to the power menu
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PRELIMINARY
OPERATIONS
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8.1 LOADING THE PELLETS
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The pellets are loaded into in the hopper using a
scoop.
Do not empty the sack directly into the hopper so
as to avoid loading sawdust or other foreign bodies
that may affect proper stove operation and avoid
spilling pellets outside of the hopper.
Make sure the hopper lid is well closed again after
having loaded the pellets. A safety switch (just for
the models that are equipped with it) makes sure
that the pellet tank lid has been closed properly (IS
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pellet tank lid stays open for more than one minute
while the stove is still working.
At this point, to take advantage of the ‘Autonomy’
function, use the arrow buttons
to move to
the combustible icon
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. Select “Full” by pressing
and press
the button
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In order to disable this function, select “Off” instead
of “Full”.
Fig. .1
8.2 POWER SUPPLY
Plug the stove into the mains power supply, move
the power switch at the rear of the stove to position
“I” (Fig. 8.2). If the connections are correct the stove
will emit a series of intermittent beeps, the display
will come on.
If not using the appliance for an extended period,
the switch at the rear of the stove should be moved
to position (O).
Fig. .2
8.3 INITIAL SETTINGS
The language, current date and time need to be set
before using the stove.
8.3.1 Time and Date setting
To set the date:
a) Use the
buttons to go to the setup menu
and press ;
button to select the password “7” and then press b) Use the
button to scroll to and select submenu [3] and press c) Use the
d) 'œž
buttons and press ;
buttons and press ;
e) 'œž
f) '‘œž
buttons and press ;
buttons and press ;
g) 'œž
buttons and press ;
h) '‘œž
i) '
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The data shown on the display when this is in
standby mode can be set.
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a) Use the arrow buttons
to go to the setup menu
and then press ;
b) Use the
button to select the password “7” and then press button to scroll to and select submenu [12] and press c) Use the
d) Set one of the following values using the
and
buttons:
“OFF” The display remains on the last operation set by the user;
“1”
All operating parameters are displayed cyclically;
“2”
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“3”
The current time is shown
“4”
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Display brightness when in standby mode can be
set.
a) Use the arrow buttons
to go to the setup menu
and then press ;
b) Use the
button to select the password “7” and then press button to scroll to and select submenu [11] and press c) Use the
buttons and press !
d) Set the desired brightness (OFF, 1 ... 5) using the
8.3.4 Setting the volume
The volume of the buzzer can be set based on
requirements:
a) Use the arrow buttons
to go to the setup menu
and then press ;
button to select the password “7” and then press b) Use the
button to scroll to and select submenu [13 ] and press c) Use the
d) Set the desired volume (OFF, 1 to 5) using the
buttons and press !
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The type of pellets used can be set:
a) Use the arrow buttons
to go to the setup menu
and then press ;
button to select the password “7” and then press b) Use the
button to scroll to and select submenu [1 4] and press c) Use the
and
buttons:
d) Set one of the following values using the
“1”
Small pellets
“2”
Medium-sized pellets
“3”
Large pellets
e) Press
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9
STOVE OPERATION
9.1 STARTING THE STOVE
To start the stove hold the
button for several seconds.
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Automatic stove ignition: the stove comes with an automatic device that starts the pellet stove without using other
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or drying of certain materials used. This phenomenon will gradually disappear.
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9.2 MODIFYING THE PARAMETERS
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power supply.
9.3 SWITCHING OFF
To switch the stove off hold the
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To start the stove again it’s recommended to wait for the stove to cool down completely.
The stove should only be switched off following the procedure described above. Never switch the stove off by
unplugging it from the power supply.
9.4 OPERATION WITH ROOM THERMOSTAT
When the stove is controlled by an external thermostat (or timer thermostat), the installer must have set
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output (that is, the stove attempts to maintain the desired temperature while minimising fuel consumption) when
reaching the set water temperature.
The stove switches on again automatically when the temperature falls below the value set on the external
thermostat (circuit closed).
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The stove will go off automatically even in the case the water temperature keeps growing notwithstanding the modulation
mode. In this case the stove will ignite only if the difference between the selected and actual temperature is over 20°C.
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9.5 OPERATION WITH ROOM PROBE ON THE BOILER
The boiler can be switched on/off manually or in programmed mode.
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the boiler (that is, the boiler attempts to maintain the desired temperature while minimising fuel consumption).
If the user has enabled the “Eco-mode” function under submenu [7] of the setup menu , the boiler
rather than modulating its output, switches off when reaching the set temperature, and switches on again
when the room temperature falls below the delta set in submenu [7] of the setup menu .
The desired room temperature can be set in temperature menu
.
Submenu [6] of the setup menu can be used to set the desired water outlet temperature (the best temperature
for the heating system in question should be suggested by the heating system installer).
9.6 OPERATION IN COMBINATION WITH A STORAGE TANK
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whether the storage tank is with or without a coil inside.
The boiler is controlled based on the temperature read by the probe in the storage tank.
When reaching the storage tank temperature set in the temperature menu
the boiler switches off, and
switches on again if the temperature falls below the delta set in submenu [8] of the setup menu .
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10 FUNCTIONS AVAILABLE
10.1 TIMER FUNCTION
It’s possible to set, enable and assign to the various days of the week, customised programs for automatically
switching the stove on and off.
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Up to six customised programs can be set.
For each program, the following can be set: on time, off time and desired temperature.
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10.1.1 Setting the programs
a) Use the arrow buttons
to go to the setup menu
and then press ;
button to select the password “7” and then press b) Use the
c) Select submenu [2]
‘ ;
d) Use the
buttons to scroll the programs P1...P6;
buttons and press ;
e) 'œž
f) 'œž
buttons and press ;
g) 'œž
buttons and press ;
h) 'œž
buttons and press ;
buttons and press
i) 'œž
j) Press !
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This function can be used to assign up to three different programs to a certain day.
a) Use the arrow buttons
to go to the setup menu
and then press ;
button to select the password “7” and then press b) Use the
c) Select submenu [1]
‘ ;
d) Use the
buttons to choose the day [d1]...[d7] to assign the programs to
button;
e) Select this using the
f) 'œžˆ P1...P6 or “OFF” to disable;
g) Set the value using the
buttons and press ;
h) '
œžˆ P1...P6 or “OFF” to disable;
buttons and press ;
i) Set the value using the
j) 'œžˆ P1...P6 or “OFF” to disable;
k) Set the value using the
buttons and press !
10.1.3 Enabling/disabling the timer
a) Use the arrow buttons
to go to the Timer menu ;
button;
b) Select this using the
c) Use the
buttons to scroll and select: “ON” to enable the timer or “OFF” to disable it;
d) Press !
When the timer is enabled, the
icon will be on steady, indicating that the timer is active.
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10.2 “ECO MODE” SAVING FUNCTION
Enabling this function means that the stove switches off when reaching the desired room temperature. If
this function is not enabled, the stove modulates operation so as to maintain the desired temperature while
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To enable/disable the function:
a) Use the arrow buttons
to go to the setup menu
and then press ;
button to select the password “7” and then press b) Use the
c) Select submenu [7]
‘ .
d) Set one of the following values using the
buttons:
Eco
Off
e) Press
— “Eco Mode” function enabled
— “Eco Mode” function disabled
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10.3 AUTONOMY FUNCTION
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with pellets. Use the arrow buttons to move to the
symbol and display the estimated operating hours before
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on the stove.
The estimated values are quite reliable, as long “FULL*
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completely. “Lo” indicates the reserve fuel level.
10.4 REFILL FUNCTION
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In this way, the stove can estimate, based on the operating parameters, how many hours of autonomy remain
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a) Use the arrow buttons
to move to the fuel icon
buttons to select “FULL” and press enter
b) Use the
To disable this function, select “OFF” instead of “FULL”.
and press ente
.
.
10.5 RESTARTING AFTER A POWER FAILURE
In the event of power failures, the stove will switch back on automatically, checking the safety conditions, when
power returns.
10.6 “LOCK KEYPAD” FUNCTION
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To enable/disable the function:
a) Use the arrow buttons
to go to the setup menu
and then press ;
b) Use the
button to select the password “7” and then press c) Select submenu [1 0]
‘ .
d) Use the
buttons to set one of the following values:
“Off” Lock keypad disabled
“Lo” Only the on/off button
is enabled
“Hi” Lock keypad enabled
e) Press
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10.7 FROST PROTECTION FUNCTION
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the set time bands).
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To set the “frost protection” temperature:
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a) Use the arrow buttons
to go to the setup menu
and then press ;
b) Use the
button to select the password “7” and then press c) Select submenu [9]
‘ ;
d) 'œž
buttons (OFF; 3...20°C);
e) Press !
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To set the “frost protection” temperature:
a) Use the arrow buttons
to go to the setup menu
and then press ;
b) Use the
button to select the password “7” and then press c) Select submenu [9]
‘ ;
buttons (OFF; 3...50°C);
d) 'œž
e) Press !
Setting the value to “OFF” in step d disables the function.
10.8 RESTART DELTA FUNCTION
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at which the stove switches on again automatically. For example, if the stove is set to switch off at 20°C (Eco
Mode active) and “Restart delta” is set to 4°C, the stove will switch on again when the temperature measured
is less than or equal to 16°C.
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To set the restart delta value:
a) Use the arrow buttons
to go to the setup menu
and then press ;
button to select the password “7” and then press ;
b) Use the
c) Select submenu [8] and press d) 'œž
and
buttons (0,5 ... 5,0°C);
e) Press the !
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To set the restart delta value:
a) Use the arrow buttons
to go to the setup menu
and then press ;
button to select the password “7” and then press ;
b) Use the
c) Select submenu [8] and press d) 'œž
and
buttons (0 ... 40°C);
e) Press the !
10.9 INTEGRATED PRODUCTION OF SANITARY HOT WATER
Only in models equipped with an hydraulic unit for the production of sanitary hot water it is possible to produce
into the boiler also sanitary hot water, in addition to hot water for heating systems.
This production can take place only if the boiler is operating. If the boiler is switched off, sanitary hot water cannot be
produced.
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11 ALARM MANAGEMENT
If a malfunction occurs, the following procedure is activated:
1) audible alarm (beep);
2) one of the following system LEDs come on:
;
3) if the problem concerns an error, the stove will switch off.
Pressing and holding the “cancel” button
shows the error code on the display:
ERROR/
WARNING CODE
DESCRIPTION
POSSIBLE CAUSES
E001
Faulty control panel
Control panel fault
E002
Remote control signal communication error
Control panel fault
E004
Communication error
Connection cable between board and control panel
interrupted or detached.
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E101
Failed ignition error
Outlet water temperature too high
No pellets
Pellet quality
Faulty ignition system
Burn pot dirty
Problems with the heating system
Problems with the pump
E105
Temperature probe malfunction
Faulty return water temperature probe
E106
Temperature probe malfunction
Faulty buffer tank temperature probe
E108*
Safety error
Door or hopper lid open
E108**
Thermal safety
Problems with the heating system
Problems with the pump
Problems with overheating in the pellet hopper
E109*
Pressure error or thermal safety
Flue gas exhaust system dirty
Seal gaskets worn
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Problems with the heating system
Problems with the pump
Problems with overheating in the pellet hopper
E109**
Pressure error
Flue gas exhaust system dirty
Seal gaskets worn
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E110
Temperature probe malfunction
Faulty outlet water temperature probe
Faulty air temperature probe
E111
Flue gas temperature probe malfunction
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A001
Low pellet level %;
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Pellets running out
A002
Scheduled maintenance warning %
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A007
Pressure sensor malfunction % Pressure sensor or board fault.
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Clean stove
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dirty.
Pressure measuring tubes detached or blocked.
Combustion air intake blocked.
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Failed ignition error
No pellets; Faulty ignition heater; Worn gaskets; Incorrect
burn pot position
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After having checked the type of message, the alarm can be reset by pressing
for a few moments.
the on/off button
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12 MAINTENANCE
12.1 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
12.2 ROUTINE USER MAINTENANCE
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The stove requires simple yet frequent and thorough
operation at all times.
Clean the stove only when it’s off and has cooled
down.
Use the handle or lever (according to the model of
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Some models of stove come with a separate handle
for opening the door. Take the handle from the
ash bin housing, place it in the holes on the door
hinge and lever the mechanism to open the door
(Fig.12.1).
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Remove the ash that has accumulated inside the
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This has the purpose of ensuring free flow of
combustion air through the holes in the BURN POT.
Lift, remove the burn pot and clean the surfaces and
the compartments inside the burn pot (Fig.12.3).
12.2.3 Cleaning the ash bin
The ash bin should be cleaned every week or
whenever necessary.
To access the ash bin, open the ash bin door (where
foreseen) and remove the bin (Fig.12.4) using the
tool provided
Empty the bin into a special metal ash collection
container.
Vacuum any residual ash from the compartment
that houses the ash bin.
Reposition and close the ash bin. Close the doors.
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2
Fig.12.1
Fig.12.2
Fig.12.3
Fig.12.4
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Before performing any maintenance operations, adopt the following precautions:
- Make sure that all the parts of the stove have cooled down.
- Make sure that the ash is completely extinguished.
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- Make sure that the main power switch is off.
- Make sure that the power supply cannot be reconnected accidentally. Unplug the cord from the socket on
the wall.
- Always use suitable tools for maintenance.
- Once maintenance or repairs have been completed, before operating the stove again, restore all protection
features and reactivate all safety devices.
A suitable ash vacuum cleaner (canister) makes it simpler to clean the ash.
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Take out the lever for moving the turbulators and removing the soot (Fig. 12.6).
Insert this into the special notch and move it up and down to remove the soot deposits from the tubes (Fig. 12.7).
Remove the lever and put it back in its original place.
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Carefully close the compartment door again.
An accurate clearing of heat exchanger smoke ducts has to be done at least one time before the heating season
from authorized service.
Fig.12.5
Fig.12.6
Fig.12.7
12.2.5 Cleaning the glass (where foreseen)
This is done using a damp cloth or moistened paper
passed through the ash.
Rub until the glass is clean. Detergents suitable for
cleaning kitchen ovens can also be used.
Never clean the glass while the stove is operating
and never use abrasive sponges.
Do not wet the door gasket as this may be damaged.
12.2.6 J]€
This should be performed at least twice a year, at
the start of and half-way through winter, and in any
case whenever necessary (Fig.12.9).
If there are horizontal sections, check for and
remove any accumulated ash and soot before these
žœž!
If not cleaned correctly, the stove may not operate
properly, with problems including:
- poor combustion;
- blackening of the glass;
- blockage of the burn pot by ash and pellets;
- accumulated ash and excessive fouling of the
heat exchanger, with a consequent decline in
‘!
Fig.12.8
12.2.7 Cleaning the outside of the stove
The outside of the stove must only be cleaned using
a dry, non-abrasive cloth.
Do not use detergents and never clean when the
stove is hot.
Fig.12.9
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USE AND & MAINTENANCE
12.3 SPECIAL MAINTENANCE
INSPECTION AND/OR MAINTENANCE PLAN
WHENEVER
STARTED
Burn pot
WEEKLY
1 MONTH
6 MONTHS
1 YEAR
X
Ash bin/Compartment
X
Glass
X
X
Heat exchanger
Ignition heater socket
Flue gas manifold
X
X
X
Door and burn pot gaskets*
Flue*
Fans*
X
X
(*) responsibility of the Authorised Service Centre.
13 DECOMMISSIONING AND DISPOSAL
Decommissioning and disposal of the stove are the exclusive responsibility of the owner, who must act in
accordance with the laws in force in the country where the stove is installed with regards to safety and environmental
protection.
The stove may also be dismantled and disposed of by companies authorised to recover and dispose of the
materials in question.
INSTRUCTION: always observe the standards in force in the country where the stove is decommissioned as
regards disposal of the materials and the waste disposal report where required.
IMPORTANT: All dismantling operations for decommissioning the stove must be performed when the stove is
off and disconnected from the power supply.
- remove all electrical equipment;
j - have the structure of the stove scrapped by an authorised company;
IMPORTANT: Dumping the stove in accessible areas represents a serious hazard to people and animals.
Liability for any harm caused to people or animals always lies with the owner.
When decommissioning the stove the ce mark, this manual and other documents relating to this stove must be
destroyed.
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' ‘ Palazzetti Authorised Service Centre once a year, preferably at the start of the season.
The purpose of such maintenance is to ensure all the components are in perfect working order.
If the control panel shows the
symbols together, immediately contact the Service Centre to have special
maintenance performed on the stove.
This warning can be reset temporarily by pressing the
button and then starting the stove again.
The warning will be shown again until special maintenance is performed by the Authorised Service Centre, which
will also reset the operating hour counter.
14 CONFIGURAZIONI DISPONIBILI
AVAILABLE CONFIGURATIONS
CONFIGURATIONS DISPONIBLES
- KONFIGURATIONEN ERHÄLTLICH - CONFIGURACIONES DISPONIBLES
KONFIGURACIJE NA VOLJO
CONFIGURAZIONE 1 - CONFIGURATION 1 - KONFIGURATION 1 - CONFIGURATION 1 - CONFIGURACIÒN 1
22.15
20.3 °C
Termostato esterno
Wall thermostat
Raumtemepratur Thermostat
Thermostat externe
Termostato exterior
8
8
1
8
1
1
Componenti compresi nella stufa
Components included in the stove
Komponenten enthalten in den Ofen
Composants prevus dans le poêle
Piezas incluidas en el kit estufa
CONFIGURAZIONE 2 - CONFIGURATION 2 - KONFIGURATION 2 - CONFIGURATION 2 - CONFIGURACIÒN 2
Sonda temperatura ambiente
Room probe
Raumtemperatur Fuehler
Sonde température ambiante
Sonda temperatura ambiental
8
1
8
1
Componenti compresi nella stufa
Components included in the stove
Komponenten enthalten in den Ofen
Composants prevus dans le poêle
Piezas incluidas en el kit estufa
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CONFIGURAZIONE 3 - CONFIGURATION 3 - KONFIGURATION 3 - CONFIGURATION 3 - CONFIGURACIÒN 3
T
Sonda puffer
Heat Storage probe;
Puffer Fuehler;
Sonde à brancher dans le ballon
tampon
Sonda deposito inercial
8
1
8
1
Componenti compresi nella stufa
Components included in the stove
Komponenten enthalten in den Ofen
Composants prevus dans le poêle
Piezas incluidas en el kit estufa
CONFIGURAZIONE 4 - CONFIGURATION 4 - KONFIGURATION 4 - CONFIGURATION 4 - CONFIGURACIÒN 4
T
Sonda puffer
Heat Storage probe;
Puffer Fuehler;
Sonde à brancher dans le ballon
tampon
Sonda deposito inercial
8
1
8
1
Componenti compresi nella stufa
Components included in the stove
Komponenten enthalten in den Ofen
Composants prevus dans le poêle
Piezas incluidas en el kit estufa
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Internet: www.palazzetti.it
Per maggiori informazioni tecniche, di
installazione o di funzionamento è operativo il:
SERVIZIO DI CONSULENZA TECNICA
POST-VENDITA
0434.591121
l’elenco completo dei
centri di assistenza tecnica (CAT) lo trovi su:
www.palazzetti.it
La Ditta Palazzetti non si assume alcuna responsabilità per
eventuali errori del presente opuscolo e si ritiene libera di
variare senza preavviso le caratteristiche dei propri prodotti.
Palazzetti accepts no liability for any mistakes in this handbook
and is free to modify the features of its products without prior
notice.
Die Firma Palazzetti übernimmt für eventuelle Fehler in diesem
Heft keine Verantwortung und behält sich das Recht vor, die
Eigenschaften ihrer Produkte ohne Vorbescheid zu ändern.
Palazzetti décline toute responsabilité en cas d’erreurs dans
la présente documentation et conserve la faculté de modifier
sans préavis les caractéristiques de l’appareil.
La empresa Palazzetti no se responsabiliza de los errores
eventuales de este manual y tiene el derecho de modificar sin
previo aviso las características de sus productos.
Proizvajalec Palazzetti ne prevzema odgovornosti za morebitne napake v
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