Greystone F 2609 E Electric Fireplace User Manual

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Greystone F 2609 E Electric Fireplace User Manual | Manualzz
261N. ELECTRIC FIREPLACE
MODEL #F 2609 E
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Safety Information
.
3
Operation Instructions
.
4
Installation Instructions
5
Care and Maintenance
6
Troubleshooting
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A SAFETY INFORMATION
Please read and understand this entire manual before attempting to assemble, operate or install
the product.
A WARNING: Any use of this appliance other than that recommended by the manufacturer in
this owners manual may cause fire, burns, electric shock and/or other serious injuries or death.
When using electrical appliances, basic precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock
and injury to persons including the following:
1.
Read the manufacturers
instructions completely before using this appliance.
2.
This appliance will become hot when in use.
To avoid bums, do not let bare skin touch hot surfaces.
The grill
at the top of this heater in particular will become hot when the heater is active. Take special care not to block
the air intake or exhaust vents.
3.
Extreme caution is necessary when the appliance is used by or near children or invalids and whenever the heater
is left operating and unattended.
4.
Do not operate the heater if the power cord or plug has been damaged or the heater has been damaged or
malfunctioned
in any way.
Take the appliance to an authorized service facility for examination,
electrical or
mechanical adjustment or repair.
5.
Do not use outdoors.
6.
This heater is not intended for use in bathrooms, laundry areas and similar indoor locations. Never locate heater
e e
ay fall in 0 a bathtub or other water container.
7.
To disconnect
e applia ee,
a I co
s ~OFF, a d
8.
The appliance comes equipped with a 3 prong-grounding
en remove the plug from the electrical outlet.
plug.
Do not cut the grounding prong.
Connect to
properly grounded 120V outlets only.
9.
Do not insert or allow foreign objects to enter any ventilation or exhaust openings as this may cause an electric
shock or fire, or damage the appliance.
10. To prevent a possible fire, do not block air intakes 0 ex aus
in any manner.
Do not use on soft surfaces, like
a bed, where openings may become blocked.
11. 'AII electrical heaters have hot and arching or sparking parts inside.
or flammable liquids are used or stored or
12. Avoid using the appliance with an extensio
Do not use in areas where gasoline, paint,
ere the appliance will be exposed to flammable vapors.
cord.
Extension cords may overheat and cause a risk of fire.
If an
extension cord MUST be used, the cord mus be No. 16AWG minimum size and rated not less than 1875 Watts.
The extension cord must be a 3-prong cord with grounding type plug and cord connection
and should not
exceed 20' (6m) in length.
13. When transporting
or storing the hea er, ta e care to keep both the unit and power cord/plug dry, free from
excessive vibration and away from
ees.
14. Use the heater only as described'
Any other use not recommended
cause fire, electric shock or i iu
15. Do not attempt to bum
ood 0 0 er
a e ials in this heater.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS:
Read all instructions and warning prior to operating the appliance.
Ensure that all controls are in the "OFF" position before plugging the appliance in to a properly
grounded electrical outlet.
The control panel of the appliance is located behind the wire grate above the window on the front (Fig. 1).
Fig. 1
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Grate (fold down to
reveal control panel)
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Fig. 2
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Using the Control Panel and the Remote Control:
Simulated Flame Effect:
•
•
•
Push button (A) power ON/OFF.
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Push button (E) to -: flame brightness.
E
[0+.
Heat Setting:
•
•
•
E
Push button (C) once to activate low heat setting
Push button (C) second time to activate high heat setting
Push button (C) third time to activate the "AUTO" function.
Turn thermostat (8) dial to desired setting.
•
....-----.
Push button (0) to turn the flame ON/OFF.
Push button (C) fourth time to shut heater off
NOTE: Flame and/or heat can work separately or together.
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~OC- O HEAT
SETTING
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
PLUGGING IN THE HEATER(Refer to FigA):
This heater is for use on 120 Volts.
The heater has a 3-prong grounded plug (fig. A).
If your electrical outlet has
only 2 slots (fig. B), you will have to use an adapter (fig. C) to convert from the 3-prong power cord to a 2-slot
receptacle.
The green grounding .plug extending from the adapter must be securely connected to a permanent
ground such as a properly grounded outlet box.
The adapter should only be used if a proper 3-slot receptacle is not
available.
NOTE:
Adapters are not allowed for use in Canada.
Fig.4
9
METAL
GROUNDING PIN
COVER OF GROUNDED
OUTLET BOX
(A)
(8)
ADAPTER
3/4" - 112" 1-----1
Note: The height
that a combustible
mantel is fitted
above the heater
is dependent on
the height of the
front selected. The
minimum height is
1" above the front.
GROU DING
NOT ALlOWED /
IN CANADA
(C)
MEANS
1
--'
o
(0) - Framing HeatsT for New
Construction/Renovation
A 15 AMP circuit is required to operate this appliance.
If the breaker trips when the appliance is running, you may
need to move the appliance to another loea ion or unplug other appliances that are on the same circuit.
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CARE AND MAINTENANCE
A WARNING:
Before attempting to perform any maintenance on this appliance, turn all controls
to the "OFF" position and unplug. Allow the appliance to be "OFF" for at least 10 minutes before
performing any maintenance in order to allow all components to cool properly.
Replacing Light Bulbs:
• Make sure that all controls are off and that the appliance is unplugged.
• Wear latex gloves to ensure that grease/oil from your hands does not transfer to the bulbs.
• Take hold of each side of the bulb cover panel at the bottom of the firebox and pull straight
out (See Fig.5). You can see three 40W light bulbs in the firebox (See Fig.6).
• Examine the light bulbs to determine which bulbs require replacement.
• Remove the burnt out bulb and replace with a new 40W bulb -do not over tighten.
• Replace the cover panel (See Fig.7).
A WARNING: DO NOT EXCEED THE RECOMMENDED BULB WATTAGE.
• Replace the bulb cover panel.
Fig.5
Fig.6
Fig.7
Cleaning:
• To remove dust from glass window, use clean dry cloth.
• To remove fingerprints or other marks from glass window, use clean damp cloth.
Do not spray
glass cleaner or other liquids directly onto the window.
• Clean metal surfaces with a clean damp cloth making sure not to push dust or debris into any air
intake or exhaust vents.
• Do not use abrasive cleaners or spray liquids on any part of the appliance.
• Periodic cleaning/vacuuming
of the fan/heater unit is strongly recommended to ensure that no
dirt or foreign objects build up.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
A WARNING:
to service.
Turn off the appliance,
unplug and let cool for at least 10 minutes before attempting
Only a qualified professional
should attempt to service or repair the appliance.
Problem
Possible Cause
Corrective Action
Flame is dim or not
1.
Dimmer control button is set too
1. Push button E"+" to increase light.
low.
2. Inspect light bulbs and replace if
present
2. Light bulbs are burned out.
necessary.
(see Maintenance
section of this manual)
3.
"Flame wand" has come loose
from bracket.
3. Remove back panel.
Secure
end of "flame wand" back into the
support bracket.
4.
"Flame wand" motor is not
4. Call for Technical Service.
functioning.
The appliance turns off
1. The overheat protection device in
1. Turn all controls off, unplug the
and will not turn back on
the appliance has been triggered.
appliance, allow to cool for at
least 10 minutes, then plug back
2. House circuit breaker has been
I
The appliance does not
turn on when the button is
2. Reset house circuit breaker.
tripped.
I 1. T eove
in and restart.
ea protection device in
the appliance has been triggered.
pushed to "ON"
1. Tum all controls off, unplug the
appliance, allow to cool for at
least 10 minutes, then plug back
in and restart.
Remote control does not
2. Low batteries.
1. Replace all batteries in the
remote control.
work
3. Manual controls on the appliance
must be "ON
n
before operating
the remote control.
2. Push the appliance "ON" using
the manual control panel, then
use remote control to operate.
If using the remote control to
operate the appliance, you must
also turn the appliance "ON"
using the remote control.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
A
WARNING: Turn off the appliance,
to service.
unplug and let cool for at least 10 minutes before attempting
Only a qualified professional
should attempt to service or repair the appliance.
Problem
Possible Cause
Flame is dim or not
1.
present
Corrective Action
Dimmer control button is set too
1.
1
Push button E"+" to increase light.
2. Inspect light bulbs and replace if
low.
2. Light bulbs are burned out.
necessary.
(see Maintenance
section of this manual)
3.
"Flame wand" has come loose
from bracket.
3. Remove back panel.
Secure
end of "flame wand" back into the
support bracket.
4.
"Flame wand" motor is not
4. Call for Technical Service.
functioning.
The appliance turns off
1. The overheat protection device in
1. Turn all controls off, unplug the
and will not turn back on
the appliance has been triggered.
appliance, allow to cool for at
least 10 minutes, then plug back
2. House circuit breaker has been
in and restart.
2. Reset house circuit breaker.
tripped.
The appliance does no
T eave
turn on when the button is
the appliance has been triggered.
ea pro ection device in
pushed to "ON"
1. Turn all controls off, unplug the
appliance, allow to cool for at
least 10 minutes, then plug back
in and restart.
Remote control does not
2. Low batteries.
1. Replace all batteries in the
remote control.
work
3. Manual controls on the appliance
2. Push the appliance "ON" using
must be "ON" before operating
the manual control panel, then
the remote control.
use remote control to operate.
If using the remote control to
operate the appliance, you must
also turn the appliance "ON"
using the remote control.
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Key Features

  • Realistic flame effect
  • Adjustable flame brightness
  • Multiple heat settings
  • Remote control
  • Overheat protection

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Frequently Answers and Questions

How do I adjust the flame brightness?
You can adjust the flame brightness using button (E) on the control panel or the remote control. Press 'E+' to increase brightness and 'E-' to decrease brightness.
Can I use the heater and flame effect separately?
Yes, you can use the flame effect without heat, or the heater without the flame effect. This allows you to enjoy the ambiance of the fireplace even during warmer months.
What are the heat settings available?
The heater has three heat settings: 750W, 1500W and Auto. The Auto setting allows the heater to maintain a set temperature.
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