Cannon Canterbury Instruction manual

Gas Log Heaters
Sharing a lifetime of cosy moments
Power Flue
Instruction Manual
Please read this manual before
installing and using this heater.
Fitzroy
Models:
FITZIB-PDEXx
x = Colour
Canterbury
Models:
CANTIB-PDEEx
This heater is approved for Natural and Propane gases
Distributor
This appliance is designed, manufactured and distributed by:
Tel: 1300 727 421
Please leave instruction manual with the owner
CONTENTS
PAGE
WARRANTY
3
SAFETY WARNINGS
5
OPERATION
6
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
7
FITZROY INBUILT POWER FLUE SPECIFICATIONS
8
CANTERBURY INBUILT POWER FLUE SPECIFICATIONS
9
REGULATORY LOCATOR
10
POWER FLUE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
11 – 14
FASCIA REMOVAL AND ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
15
LOG INSTALLATION & GAS CONNECTION
16
SETTING THE GAS PRESSURE
17
SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
18 –19
WIRING DIAGRAM
20
TROUBLESHOOTING
21 – 22
NOTES
23
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WARRANTY
This Warranty against defects for your newly purchased
Cannon product is proudly prepared by Sampford IXL Pty
Ltd of 421 Smith Street, Fitzroy, VIC 3065,
phone 1300 727 421.
1. Sampford IXL products come with guarantees that do
not exclude the following consumer entitlements under
the Australian Consumer law:
a. replacement or refund for a major failure and
compensation for any other reasonably foreseeable
loss or damage; and
b. to have the goods repaired or replaced if goods fail
to be of acceptable quality and the failure does not
amount to a major failure.
2. Sampford IXL warrants that your product and related
supply will be free from defects in materials and
workmanship during the warranty term.
Your warranty term is 3 years, (10 years on the heat
exchanger parts only), commencing from the date of
purchase. Sampford IXL acknowledges this product
requires professional installation and product removal is
hazardous to consumers. Accordingly any necessary
inspections and services will be carried out on site.
You should not attempt de-installation.
3. Subject to Point 1, Sampford IXL will repair any defects
in materials and workmanship during the warranty
term and if the product is deemed irreparable provide
a replacement of an equivalent current model where
the balance of the warranty period from the original
date of purchase will take effect.
4. To the fullest extent permitted by law and subject
always to Point 1, Sampford IXL will not be liable for:
a. any loss or damage arising from loss of use, loss
of profits or revenue; or
b. for any indirect or consequential loss or damage
resulting from any breach of this warranty
against defects.
5. Defective Sampford IXL products may be repaired
using refurbished parts or if required, completely
replaced by a refurbished product of the same type.
Limitations to Your Cannon Warranty
6. Subject to Point 1, this Warranty:
a. will only be provided to the original purchaser
where the original purchase was made from a
Sampford IXL Authorised Dealer or reseller and
proof of such purchase can be presented at the
time of service;
b. only applies to Sampford IXL products purchased
in Australia from a Sampford IXL Authorised Dealer
or reseller and installed by a qualified person
where a Certificate of Compliance in accordance
with State/Territory laws is provided;
c. will not apply where the defect in or failure of
the product is attributable to misuse, abuse,
accident or non-observation of the manufacturer’s
instructions. This product must be used in
accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions;
d. will not cover faults due to normal wear and tear
with reasonable use nor consumable components
such as globes, filters, glass items, etc;
e. will not cover any damages or problems caused to
this product by natural forces eg. storm, fire, flood,
and earthquake; or by intrusion or accumulation
(or both) of foreign matters eg. dust, soil, and
moisture. Sampford IXL recommends that you take
out appropriate insurances to protect your product
to this end;
f.
will not apply if this product is installed in a mobile
dwelling eg. caravan or boat;
g. will not apply if this product is removed from the
location where it was first installed;
h. is immediately void if the serial or model number
label is removed or defaced;
i.
is immediately void if the product is serviced or
repaired by a unauthorised/unqualified personnel;
j.
covers use of this product for domestic use only;
k. will not be restarted or extended upon repair or
replacement of the product or a part.
How to Make a Claim Under Your Cannon Warranty
7. To make a claim under this Warranty you will need to:
a. contact Sampford IXL service department on
1300 727 421 or aftersalesservice@sampfordixl.
com.au to provide details and register your claim
enabling a Sampford IXL assessment;
b. submit proof of purchase with your claim
eg. tax invoice or purchase receipt;
c. where a property has been constructed by a
builder/developer and it is fitted with Cannon
products, please submit proof of purchase by way
of the certificate of occupancy, with your claim.
8. Sampford IXL will contact you to make arrangements
for service on site.
9. Subject to Point 1, you will be responsible for any
costs relating to the provision of your product to a
Sampford IXL Authorised Service Dealer.
10.Subject to Point 1, in the event you live more than
50 km from a Sampford IXL Authorised Service Dealer
you may be subject to travel or transport costs to
facilitate the repairing or replacement of your
Cannon product.
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11. Sampford IXL and its Authorised Service Dealers
reserve the right to seek reimbursement of any costs
incurred by them should your Cannon product be
found to be in good working order.
Privacy
The privacy of your personal information has always
been important to us. To learn more about how we
collect, keep and use your personal information, please
obtain a copy of our privacy statement by visiting our
website at www.sampfordixl.com.au or by contacting
us via email on info@sampfordixl.com.au or by telephone
on 1300 727 421.
Enter the details of the date installed and the
Compliance Certificate number in the appropriate
area on the rear page of this manual.
DO NOT operate this appliance before reading the
instruction manual.
DO NOT place articles on or against this appliance.
DO NOT store chemicals or flammable
materials, or spray aerosols near this appliance.
DO NOT operate with panels, covers or guards
removed from this appliance.
DO NOT connect an LP gas cylinder located indoors.
Don’t risk your appliance warranty.
Only a licensed person will give you a
Compliance Certificate, showing that the work
complies with all the relevant standards.
Only a licensed person will have insurance
protecting their workmanship for 6 years.
You MUST use a licensed person to install this
appliance who MUST give you your Compliance
Certificate to ensure the manufacturers appliance
warranty will be honoured.
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SAFETY WARNINGS
Please read this manual before installing and using
the heater.
Safety Warnings
1. What to do if you smell gas
a. Turn OFF the main gas supply
b. Extinguish any open flame
c. Open windows
d. Do not touch electrical switches
e. Do not use your telephone
f. Call your gas supplier immediately from
a neighbour’s phone
2. Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service
or maintenance can cause injury or property damage.
Refer to the sections of this manual for correct procedures, or consult with place of purchase, a licensed
plumber, a gas supplier or the Cannon distributor
listed in this manual.
3. Install the heater only in locations that are referred to
in the installation instructions. Do not build the heater
into bookcases, walls or enclosures (combustible
materials) without the use of an insulating blanket &
stand off brackets fitted (supplied with heater).
4. Due to high temperatures the room heater should be
located out of traffic and away from:
• Furniture and draperies
• Combustible materials
• Gasoline and other flammable liquids
Do not place clothing or other flammable
material on or near the heater.
5. Keep curtains*, clothes, furniture and other
flammable materials at least 900mm from front
and sides of heater.
* At the owner’s discretion curtain clearance can
be less than 900mm as long as they are restrained
from the front, top and sides of the heater.
The manufacturer takes no responsibility if curtain
clearance is less than 900mm and not restrained.
8. DO NOT PLACE ARTICLES ON OR AGAINST THIS
APPLIANCE.
DO NOT USE OR STORE FLAMMABLE
MATERIALS NEAR THIS APPLIANCE.
DO NOT INSTALL OR USE THIS APPLIANCE IN
MARINE CRAFT OR MOBILE HOMES.
DO NOT SPRAY AEROSOLS IN THE VICINITY OF
THIS APPLIANCE WHILE IT IS IN OPERATION.
DO NOT MODIFY THIS APPLIANCE.
9. If removed, the glass window must be put back onto
the unit prior to operating the heater.
10. Installation and repairs must be performed by a
licensed service person only, refer to back of manual
for service number.
11. For installation into a non-combustible fireplace, i.e
masonry or brick or into a mock fireplace, i.e. timber
or plasterboard, the chimney and base should be
of sound construction.
12. On first lighting your heater an odour and possibly
some harmless smoke may be emitted due to its new
condition. This is quite normal and will disappear after
a few hours use.
Important: When this heater is operating the
mesh guard/glass front is hot. The mesh guard, or
glass front is fitted to this appliance to reduce the
risk of fire or injury from burns and no part of it
should be permanently removed. For protection of
young children or the infirm, a secondary guard is
recommended (not supplied with heater).
This appliance meets the following standards:
Standards Australia
AS/NZS 3100
AS/NZS 5601.1
AS 4553:2008
6. Children and adults should be alerted to the hazard
of high surface temperatures and should take care to
avoid burns or clothing ignition.
This appliance is not intended for use by
persons (including children) with reduced
physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack
of experience and knowledge, unless they have
been given supervision or instruction concerning
use of the appliance by a person responsible
for their safety. Children should be supervised to
ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
7. Never attempt to burn paper or any other material in
the heater.
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OPERATION
Operating Instructions
Plug the power cord into the switch socket and turn
on the power to the heater (FIG 1). Alternatively, switch
on the isolation switch and circuit breaker at the main
switchboard if the heater has fixed wiring. Refrain from
using an extension cord.
User controls FIG 2.
• If there is an interruption to the power supply the
heater will fail safely and switch off. When the power
supply has been restored you MUST wait at least 5
minutes before turning the heater ON.
Cleaning
When there is power available to the heater and it is in
the OFF or Standby mode, a red LED located inside the
ON/OFF button will flash twice and will extinguish after
approximately 3 seconds and then repeat this cycle
continuously.
To turn the heater ON press the ON/OFF button once.
•
turn the heater on again if there have been several
attempts to ignite the heater without success.
The LED will illuminate and an audible beep will sound
but there will be approximately 30 seconds delay
before the ignition system commences. On successful
ignition the heater will operate on Low Fire and Low
Fan for approximately 3 minutes then will switch to
selected setting (if already chosen, otherwise will
switch to NORMAL settings automatically).
All cleaning should be carried out when the heater is
cold. Normally the heater should only need wiping with a
lint-free damp cloth. Any stubborn stains can be removed
with a nonabrasive spray on cleaner. If an abrasive
cleaner is used the paint finish will be damaged.
For heaters fitted with the glass front: all cleaning should
be carried out when the heater is cold. Clean the outer
glass with a mild liquid or spray on glass cleaner. Do not
use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp metal scrapers to
clean the heater glass front since they can scratch the
surface, which may result in shattering of the glass.
•
The LED will extinguish approximately 30 seconds
following the ignition startup.
Internally the heater should only be cleaned by an
authorised service person.
If your heater requires attention contact your supplier
or an authorised service person.
•
Select the desired heating level by pressing the LOW,
NORMAL or BOOST button once as required.
Flame Characteristics
•
LOW is LOW heat and LOW speed fan. BOOST is
HIGH heat and HIGH speed fan.
•
To turn the heater OFF press the ON/OFF button
once. An audible beep will sound twice to indicate
the heater is off. The burner will extinguish but the fan
will continue to operate for approximately 3 minutes.
Remember that the fan will continue to operate for
approximately 3 minutes after the OFF button has
been pressed but you can turn the heater ON again
without having to wait for the fan to stop operating.
The heater flame should be stable, not lifting from the
burner. The logs should glow after approximately 15
minutes operation on BOOST setting.
•
If the ignition system fails to ignite or keep the burner
alight, the system will beep 4 times and go into
safe shutdown mode. It will beep 4 times every 30
seconds to alert you to the fact. Press the ON/OFF
button once to restart the heater during this time.
You MUST wait at least 5 minutes before trying to
ON / OFF
The heater is designed to operate with luminous flames
and may exhibit slight carbon deposit on the logs. If there
is any excess carbon build-up on logs, or the burner
flame is unstable, contact Sampford IXL in your state.
Important
The appliance MUST be serviced at least annually
by an authorised service person. This maintenance
cost is not covered under the warranty terms
and conditions. More frequent cleaning may
be required due to excessive lint build-up from
carpeting, bedding materials, pet hair, etc.
It is imperative that control compartments, burners
and circulating air passage ways of the appliance
be kept clean.
Do not use this heater if the glass is cracked or with
the safety screen removed.
Do not use heater with broken or missing logs.
LOW
NORMAL
BOOST
FIG 1
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FIG 2
High wind gusts can affect the heaters flueing and
switch the heater off. If this happens, restart the
heater as normal. If the problem persists contact
Sampford IXL.
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
Versatility and flexibility are key components of our installation options. Install in a shallow recess or an existing
fireplace, elegant spacers will eliminate any size discrepancies. To enhance your Cannon’s appearance add a
decorative 3 or 4 sided surround.
Every Cannon heater brings you the optional convenience
of controlling your heater through a remote thermostat.
For added convenience the heater can now be
connected to a home automation system, such as C-bus.
This allows the heater to be turned on or off remotely
(normal heat setting only). Speak to your home automation specialist for further information.
CONSOLE KIT - REFER TO THE INSTRUCTIONS
PROVIDED WITH THE CONSOLE KIT FOR SPECIFIC
INSTALLATION DETAILS.
Product codes
Ÿ
50 mm spacer kit:
Spacer kit
Canterbury mesh kit
Fitzroy mesh kit
3 sided surround kit
Weatherproof kit
Console kit
4 sided surround kit
Remote thermostat
FITZ Black BSPACERX-B
FITZ Platinum BSPACERX-P
CANT Black BSPACERE-B
CANT Platinum BSPACERE-P
Mesh kits:
Ÿ
CANTIBMG-B
FITZPWRMG-B
3 sided surround kit:
Ÿ
FITZSURROUND3SX-B (Black)
FITZSURROUND3SX-P (Platinum)
FITZSURROUND3SX-S (S/Steel)
CANTSURROUND3SX-B (Black)
CANTSURROUND3SX-P (Platinum)
Ÿ
Weatherproof kit:
WPBPF13
Ÿ
Powerflue console kit:
CONSPWRFITZ-B (Black)
CONSPWRFITZ-P (Platinum)
CONSPWRCANT-B (Black)
CONSPWRCANT-P (Platinum)
Ÿ
4 sided surround (All models):
SURROUND4SX-B (Black)
SURROUND4SX-P (Platinum)
SURROUND4SX-S (S/Steel)
Ÿ
Remote Thermostat:
RTKIT
Ÿ
Extended Flue Kit:
FLUEWFX
Extended flue kit
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FITZROY INBUILT POWER FLUE SPECIFICATIONS
Cannon Fitzroy Inbuilt Power Flue
Please Note:
Ÿ
The data label is located in the fan chamber.
Access by removing front fascia.
Gas type
Natural or Propane gas,
as indicated on data label
Gas consumption
26.0 MJ/hr input
Energy output
6.42 kW / 23.11 MJ/hr
Energy star rating
5.55 stars
Heater type
Gas space heater approved
to AS 4553:2008
Operating pressure
Natural gas 0.75 kPa (High)
/ 0.40 kPa (Low)
Propane gas 2.65kPa (High)
/ 1.1 kPa (Low)
Gas regulator
Integral part of controller
Min. inlet pressure
1.13 kPa (NG)
2.75 kPa (Propane)
Fan
3 speed
Ignition
Electronic direct spark
Power requirement
240V AC 10 Amp
switch socket
Power consumption
90 VA maximum
Minimum cavity
Height 605 mm*
dimensions
Width 700 mm*
Depth 538 mm*
Optional accessories
• Safety mesh guard
• Remote thermostat
• Spacer kit
• 3 sided surround
• 4 sided surround
• Console kit
• Extended flue kit
• Weatherproof box
Overall dimensions
Refer to FIG 3
* For installation into a masonry/brick fireplace
488 mm
376 mm
112 mm
600 mm
50 mm
GAS SUPPLY
186 mm
FIG 3 Front View and Side View of Fitzroy
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CANTERBURY INBUILT POWER FLUE SPECIFICATIONS
Cannon Canterbury Inbuilt Power Flue
Please Note:
Ÿ
The data label is located in the fan chamber.
Access by removing lower fan chamber panel.
Gas type
Natural or Propane gas,
as indicated on data label
Gas consumption
26.0 MJ/hr input
Energy output
6.42 kW / 23.11 MJ/hr
Energy star rating
5.55 stars
Heater type
Gas space heater approved
to AS 4553:2008
Operating pressure
Natural gas 0.75 kPa (High)
/ 0.40 kPa (Low)
Propane gas 2.65kPa (High)
/ 1.1 kPa (Low)
Gas regulator
Integral part of controller
Min. inlet pressure
1.13 kPa (NG)
2.75 kPa (Propane)
Fan
3 speed
Ignition
Electronic direct spark
Power requirement
240V AC 10 Amp
switch socket
Power consumption
90 VA maximum
Minimum cavity
Height 605 mm*
dimensions
Width 700 mm*
Depth 472mm*
Optional accessories
• Safety mesh guard
• Remote thermostat
• Spacer kit
• 3 sided surround
• 4 sided surround
• Console kit
• Extended flue kit
• Weatherproof box
Overall dimensions
Refer to FIG 4
* For installation into a masonry/brick fireplace
422 mm
310 mm 112 mm
125 mm
600 mm
653 mm
850 mm
GAS SUPPLY
120 mm
FIG 4 Front View and Side View of Canterbury
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REGULATORY LOCATION
MINIMUM CLEARANCES REQUIRED FOR BALANCED FLUE
TERMINALS, FAN ASSISTED FLUE TERMINALS, ROOM SEALED APPLIANCE
TERMINALS OR THE TERMINALS OF OUTDOOR APPLIANCES.
j
F
j
j
Openable
window
k
h
Door
See note 3
d
P
T
I
c
e
e
h
n
a
T
h
g
M
d
k
g
T = Flue terminal
I = Mechanical air inlet
Ref
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
j
k
n
See note 2
M = Gas meter
P = Electricity meter or fuse box
Item
b
T
Shading indicates prohibited
areas for flue terminals
Minimum clearances
(mm)
Fan
Natural
assisted
draft
Below eaves, balconies and other projections:
Appliances up to 50 MJ/hr input
300
200
Appliances over 50 MJ/hr input
500
300
From the ground, above a balcony or other surface
300
300
From a return wall or external corner
500
500
From a gas meter (M) (see 4.7.11 for vent location of regulator)
1000
1000
From electricity meter or fuse box (P)
500
500
From a drain pipe or soil pipe
150
75
Horizontally from any building structure or obstruction facing a terminal
500
500
From any other flue terminal, cowl, or combustion air intake
500
500
Horizontally from an openable window, door, non-mechanical air inlet or other opening into a
building with the exception of sub-floor ventilation:
Appliances up t 150 MJ/hr input
500
300
Appliances over 150 MJ/hr input up to 200 MJ/hr input
1500
1500
Appliances over 200 MJ/hr input
1500
1500
All fan assisted flue appliances, in the direction of discharge
1500
From a mechanical air inlet, including a spa blower
1500
1500
Vertically below an openable window, non-mechanical air inlet, or any other opening into a building
with the exception of sub-floor ventilation:
Space heaters up to 50 MJ/hr input
150
150
Other appliances up to 50 MJ/hr
500
500
Appliances over 50 MJ/hr input and up to 150 MJ/hr input
1000
1000
Appliances over 150 MJ/hr
1500
1500
- unless appliance is certified for closer installation
Notes:
1 All distances are measured to the nearest part of the terminal.
2 Prohibited area below electricity meter or fuse box extends to ground level.
3 See clause 5.13.6.6 for restrictions on the flue terminal under covered areas.
4 See Appendix J. Figures J2(a) and J3(a), for clearances required from a flue terminal to an LP
Gas Cylinder. A flue terminal is considered to be a source of ignition.
5 For appliances not addressed above acceptance should be obtained from the technical regulator.
THE POWER FLUE HEATER IS FAN ASSISTED. SEE COLUMN HIGHLIGHTED
Special Note:
This chart MUST be read in-conjunction with
the full Australian Standard Gas Installations AS/NZS 5601.1
FIG 5
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POWER FLUE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
This heater is supplied with stand off brackets and
insulation blanket for installation into combustible
materials. Do not remove any when installing into
a combustible enclosure. Make sure blanket has
not moved during transit. Insulation blanket should
be resting firmly against front fascia prior to affixing
to wall.
Please dispose of packaging appropriately. Keep away
from children.
Clearances
For minimum clearances refer FIG 6 and FIG 7.
Note: Ensure that the room air fan opening under the
heater is not obstructed.
Ensure the minimum clearances to combustible materials
are maintained during installation, including adequate
space for the proper operation and servicing of the heater.
For clearances to furniture and curtains refer to warning
on page 5.
Flue Options
The heater is supplied with components to suit a
horizontal flue coming through a wall at the back of the
heater. The components include a flue cowl which is
designed to be fitted to the outside wall with suitable
fasteners, a condensate drain tube 2m in length, a clamp
and flexible flue sealant.
Flexible ducting is provided to attach the heater to the flue
cowl. The use of this flexible ducting provides for some
flexibility in the manner the exhaust flue and intake air are
connected. The exhaust flue and air intake components
MUST be fully attached to the heater prior to the heater
being fitted into the cavity. It is important to ensure the
exhaust gas flue pipe has the ability to drain condensation
either back into the heater or out through the terminal when
installed horizontally. The exhaust gas flue pipe must not
trap and collect condensation. This will adversely affect
the performance of the heater.
When flueing through the roof, the Extended Flue Kit
is required (code FLUEWFX). The maximum length
of flue pipes that can be used with the Power flue
heater is 6.0m.
Cavity Requirements
The cavity must be prepared to accept the heater first. Before
cutting any flue opening in the external wall, the finished floor
level must be known. This floor level must include any tiling,
loose hearth or panels which will support the heater.
All clearances shown in FIG 6 - FIG 7 must be adhered to.
If heater is going to be installed into an elevated cavity,
ensure both flexible pipes, along with condensation
hose are fully extended so they remain as straight as
possible when sliding heater into position. Avoid
trapping or kinking flue pipes.
Note: The appliance must be secured at the front to
a vertical face. Where this is difficult due to building
inaccuracies, limited non-combustible packing may be
used to obtain a suitable vertical surface. Method of fixing
to finished wall surface (plaster/masonry/brick): suitable
fixtures which are able to be easily removed must be used.
1000mm MIN TO CEILING
Overview
1. This appliance MUST be installed by an authorised
service person only.
2. This appliance shall be installed in accordance with the
manufacturer’s installation instructions, local gas fitting
regulations, municipal building codes, electrical wiring
regulations, and AS/NZS 5601.1 the Australian
Standard for Gas Installations.
3. Open top of carton and remove accessories (logs,
flue cowl and flue pipes).
Lift carton up and remove. Remove the four transit
screws fixing the heater to the pallet. Check that the
heater is suitable for the gas available. Refer to the data
label located within the fan chamber (Bottom most area
with fascia removed).
300mm MIN
A
C
B
FIG 7
Brick Fireplace Opening
Fitzroy
Brick Fireplace
Mock Fireplace
Max
Min
Min
Max
Height (A)
605 mm 640 mm 630 mm 640 mm
Width (B)
700 mm 760 mm 730 mm 760 mm
Depth (C - Horizontal Flue*) 538 mm
538 mm
NA
NA
Depth (C - Vertical Flue*)
588 mm
NA
588 mm
NA
Canterbury
Brick Fireplace
Mock Fireplace
Min
Max
Max
Min
605 mm 640 mm 630 mm 640 mm
700 mm 760 mm 730 mm 760 mm
472 mm
NA
472 mm
NA
522 mm
NA
522 mm
NA
FIG 6 Note: *In the event that space constraints inhibit the installation process where it is not possible to
maintain a 50mm or 100mm cavity depth clearance for ease of installation these clearances can be reduced,
however under AS5601 guidelines a minimum clearance of 25mm to combustibles must be maintained at all times.
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POWER FLUE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Mark and cut hole
in rear
80 mm Gas Supply
Wall of the cavity for flue
and condensation drain
Floor MUST be
smooth and flat
X
FIG 8
100 mm **
** Ensure controls are visible
FIG 9 Front View
700 mm
Fitzroy shown. (Same dimensions for Canterbury)
Preparing The Cavity
120 mm
160 mm DIA
FLUE OPENING
20 mm DIA
CONDENSE
DRAIN HOLE
The power flue heater is a high efficiency unit extracting
heat which in other heaters would escape in the flue
gasses. Condensate from the flue gasses will be produced
from this heater.
605 mm
288 mm
410 mm
450 mm
A condensate drain pipe fixed to the exhaust flue outlet
MUST have a condensate hose connected to it to allow for
any condensation to drain out of the house. This hose
must be fitted prior to installation of the heater into the
cavity.
FIG 10 Front View
GAS SUPPLY
266 mm
41 mm
695 mm
NOTE: X = 50 mm for Non Combustible Surfaces
X = 100 mm for Combustible Surfaces
The floor of the cavity MUST be smooth, flat and level.
If you desire a template, use a sheet of stiff cardboard or
MDF (medium density fibre board) cut to represent the
rear of the heater. Mark a vertical centre line and an
appropriate circle 450mm from the bottom indicating the
flue position cut out. Refer FIG 10.
Using your template as a guide, mark the flue cutout on
the rear wall of the cavity and cut through from either the
inside or the outside to produce a neat round hole in the
external wall.
Air Inlet Flue Outlet
Condensate Drain
Two lengths of flexible aluminium hose is supplied with
the heater. These hoses can be stretched to 1 m lengths.
FIG 11
2m
379 mm
m
Slip the flexible aluminium hose over the flue exhaust
outlet with a hose clamp. Tighten the hose clamp to ensure
the hose is securely attached to the flue exhaust outlet.
51
Place a liberal amount of silicon sealant to the inside of
the flexible flue pipe which is to be mounted onto the
flue exhaust outlet.
*1*
2m
51
m
The flexible aluminium hose is attached to the air inlet in
the same manner, however there is no need to apply the
silicon sealant on the air inlet.
25
mm
MI
N
*2*
25
mm
N
MI
Secure condensate tube to drain pipe using supplied
clamp.
Note: *1* For any horizontal application the top hat
section can be removed.
*2* Condensation drain hose MUST have
sufficient fall to provide adequate
drainage. Ensure no water traps in drain
hose.
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FIG 12 Corner Wall Application Fitzroy shown.
(Same dimensions for Canterbury)
POWER FLUE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Bend gas pipe and electrical entry tags inwards to allow
cable and gas pipe to enter easily.
Fully extend the flexible flue and air intake and position
these pipes through the hole drilled through the wall.
Route condensate tube through smaller hole in wall.
Align the gas supply pipe with its entry point and the flue
with the cutout in the rear wall.
Slowly slide the heater into position until the mounting
face comes into contact with the vertical wall.
FIG 13
Note: As heater is slid into position, ensure that
condensate and flexible flue pipes are fed through their
respective holes. It may be advisable when the heater
is positioned halfway into cavity to check hoses from
outside to ensure that they are not kinked.
Refer FIG 13 & FIG 14.
SUITABLE
FIXING
SCREW
The flue terminal conical rain hat section may be removed
for horizontal installations. Refer FIG 15 & FIG 18.
FIXING SLOTS
IN HEATER
FRONT
Fitment Of Flexible Pipes To Flue Terminal.
The flexible tubing is now fully extended out of the hole in
the wall.
1.
FIG 14
Fitzroy shown (same as Canterbury)
Cut the tubing so that 20mm is extending past the
wall opening.
PVC VENT
2.
Fit the stainless steel tubing to the flexible pipe from
the flue exhaust outlet, using silicon sealant to seal the
join and a hose clamp.
3.
Fit the PVC tubing and the air inlet to the other flexible
tube, using a hose clamp.
4.
Place terminal cover plate over both air intake and
exhaust air pipes.
5.
Fit the stainless tube into the centre pipe of the
flue terminal.
6.
Using the included cable tie fix, the air inlet hose to the
flue pipe.
FLUE
TERMINALl
STAINLESS STEEL PIPE
CLAMP
FIG 15
Exhaust
Air Intake
FIG 16
Bend tabs on terminal cover and secure
terminal to cover using screws provided.
Refer to Australian Standard Gas Installations
AS/NZS 5601.1 for ‘location of powerflue terminal’.
PVC PIPE
PVC ADAPTOR
7. Fix terminal cover to outside wall using suitable
fixtures which are able to be easily removed.
Make sure the terminal cover is affixed correctly
with the cover tapering in a downward direction.
This will ensure when the flue terminal is engaged to
the terminal cover it will be slightly angled to allow for
condensation to escape.
8.
Fitzroy shown (same as Canterbury)
TERMINAL COVER
PLATE PLACED TO
HAVE TERMINAL ON
AN INCLINE.
EXTERNAL WALL
TERMINAL
COVER
PLATE
(268mm x 248mm)
FLUE
TERMINAL
WALL FIXING:
USE SUITABLE FASTENERS
FOR WALL CONSTRUCTION
FIG 17
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FASCIA REMOVAL / INSTALLATION
Removing Fitzroy Fascia (refer FIG 18a)
1. Remove the wire mesh guard by gently lifting it
upwards and then outwards. Similarly remove a fitted
glass kit by also gently lifting it upwards and then
outwards.
lifting out from the bottom. Place glass in a safe
position for refit later.
Removing Canterbury Fascia (refer FIG 18b)
1. Remove 4 M5 screws fixing the glass surround. To
remove glass surround pull it firmly towards you.
2. Remove the lower front cover by unscrewing two M5
screws through the air intake slots. Unit is fitted with
electronic switches. Ensure that the cable cannot be
trapped when the heater is installed.
3. Remove the surround by pulling the lower section
3. To fully remove the fascia, unclip the switch cable from
towards you gently to partly disengage it from the body
the PCB connector and unclip the cable from the clipping of the heater, then gently lift it vertically to completely
points. The cable is routed through a plastic grommet
disengage it.
which will have to be removed from the base panel.
4. To fully remove the fascia, unclip the switch cable from
Refer FIG 19.
the PCB connector and unclip the cable from the clipping
points. The cable is routed through a plastic grommet
Inner Glass Removal
which will have to be removed from the base plate.
To remove the inner glass loosen off all the clamp screws
Refer FIG 19.
and completely remove the upper clamps and one
vertical side. Try not to touch the front surface of the glass. Fixing of the Fitzroy or Canterbury Fascia
To avoid finger marks use suitable cloth. Remove the glass
You MUST NOT fix the front fascia to the wall.
by sliding the glass sideways out of the clamp and then
The front fascia shall only be fixed to the heater.
2. Remove 4 M5 screws fixing the fascia assembly to the
heater body. Bring the bottom of the fascia towards
you gently to partly disengage it from the body of the
heater. After it has been disengaged gently lift it up
vertically to completely disengage it from the body of
the heater.
To fully remove the fascia,
unclip the switch cable from
the cable connector on the
PCB and unclip the cable
from the clipping points on
the rear of the fascia.
FIG 18a
Removing Fitzroy Fascia
FIG 18b Removing Canterbury Fascia
FIG 19
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
Electrical Connection
This appliance is designed to operate on 240V AC power
supply. Failure to operate unit at correct supply voltage may
create unsafe conditions.
The heater is supplied with a flexible power cord with
a plug fitted. A 10 Amp switch socket MUST be located within
1.5m of the heater. For installations where the power point
is located outside of the enclosure, locate the power cord in
the fascia cut out on the left or right hand side as required.
For a power supply connection located inside the
enclosure, run the power cord through the cord access
located on the rear panel by pushing the cord access plate
from the bottom. The rubber grommet that is fitted over the
cord must be located correctly in the cut out of the cord
access plate. Refer FIG 20.
externally for servicing or emergency shut down
of the heater.
All fixed wiring MUST be installed by a suitably qualified
person and comply to the appropriate electrical wiring rules.
It is critical that the appliance is earthed and that the
active and neutral are not reversed. Issues arising
from incorrect electrical wiring at premises will not be
covered under warranty (including use of extension
cords). We recommend that the heater is connected
directly to a switch socket by its own power cord.
Refrain from using extension leads.
Grommet
Restore the cord access plate to the original position and
seal with an appropriate removable material. A suitable
double pole isolation switch MUST be installed
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FIG 20
LOG INSTALLATION
1. The burner is contained within the burner chamber.
Refer FIG 21.
2. Carefully unpack the log set. Logs are numbered
as follows:
#1 - Left front log
#2 - Left back log
#3 - Right front log
#4 - Right back log
Position the four individually numbered logs in the
following order on the burner bed as shown in
FIG 22-25. The locating pins on burner bed must
engage with corresponding holes in the individual logs.
Burner In Base
Of Burner Chamber
FIG 21
a) Place log #1 into the 2 front left pins on the burner
bed, ensuring that the charring faces the front.
Refer FIG 22.
b) Place log #2 onto the 2 left back pins. Refer FIG 23.
c) Place log #3 on single right front pin, ensure fork
locates over log #2. Refer FIG 24.
FIG 22
FIG 23
FIG 24
FIG 25
d) Place log #4 on single right back pin, ensure left side
of log rests on depression in #3 log. Refer FIG 25.
3 Refitt the inner glass, making sure not to over
tighten the screws.
4. Reconnect switch loom to the fascia switch set.
5. Refit the front fascia.
GAS CONNECTION
1. Push the gas inlet access plate into the heater cabinet
and slide the heater into the fireplace ensuring that the
gas inlet pipe is fed through the hole located at the rear
right hand side of the heater at the bottom.
Refer FIG 26.
Solid Copper Pipe
To Be Used Only
2. With heater in position, flanges should be hard against
masonry. Secure case flanges to the masonry.
Screw or bolt the flange through the slots provided.
3. Connect the gas supply pipe to the copper compression fitting provided (we recommend using a basin
wrench). Push the gas inlet plate down to its original
position and seal with an appropriate easily removable material. Do not seal with a silicone sealant as the
heater must be easily removable. Sealing is important
as it prevents any leakage of flue products into the
room. Test all connections for gas leaks.
FIG 26 Same for Canterbury and Fitzroy
41 mm
Note: The appliance must be secured at the front to a
a vertical face. Where this is difficult due to building
inaccuracies, limited non-combustible packing may be
used to obtain a suitable veritcal surface. Method of
fixing to finished wall surface (plater/masonry/brick)
suitable fixtures which are able to be easily removed
must be used.
Gas Inlet
Gas Connection
½ Inch Compression
82 mm
FIG 27
Same dimensions for Canterbury and Fitzroy
4. Heater MUST NOT be connected using a flexible hose.
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SETTING THE GAS PRESSURE
1. Gas valve layout is as indicated in FIG 28.
Pressures for ‘Burner High Flame’ and ‘Burner Low
Flame’ are factory set, however if pressures need to be
checked or adjusted follow the procedures described
below. To check outlet pressure at burner ‘High Flame’
and ‘Low Flame’ positions remove the plastic cap from
the regulator adjustment location as indicated
in FIG 29.
2. The pressure point is closed with a captive screw. Turn
screw 6 revolutions anticlockwise to open the pressure
point as indicated on FIG 30 (a) and place manometer
tube over the test point as per FIG 30 (b).
Pressure test
point with
captive screw
Burner adjustment
(Burner ‘Low Flame’)
Plastic Cap
Pressure adjustment
(Burner ‘High Flame’)
FIG 28
3. Switch the control buttons to ‘High Flame’ position.
Wait for heater to switch to ‘BOOST’ setting (time delay
on start up). Retain screwdriver in position and using
a spanner adjust the outer nut on the control to give
a high pressure reading (refer to specification table on
page 8 & 9). (Turn clockwise to increase pressure
and anticlockwise to decrease pressure). Refer
FIG 31.
4. Switch the control buttons to ‘Low Flame’ position.
Retain spanner in position and using a screwdriver
adjust the central screw control to give a low pressure
reading (refer to specification table on page 8 & 9).
(Turn clockwise to increase pressure and anticlockwise to decrease pressure). Refer FIG 32.
FIG 29
5. Remove spanner and screwdriver. Switch from BOOST
to LOW to ensure settings are correct.
6. Switch heater off and remove the manometer tube.
Tighten pressure test point by turning the captive
screw fully clockwise.
7. Replace plastic cap. Ensure the little lug is positioned
towards lower right hand side to clear the controls.
(a)
(b)
FIG 30
8. Refit the fascia, making sure not to damage the power
cord or switch cable.
Adjust
9. Operate the heater on BOOST, NORMAL and LOW
settings. The flame should be stable, no lifting from the
burner and the logs should glow after approximately
15 minutes of operation on BOOST setting.
If the flame is unstable:
Hold
• Check that the burner is located correctly.
• Check that the glass front is located correctly and is
against the sealing rope.
FIG 31
• Check that the gas pressure is correctly adjusted.
Hold
• Check that flue is operating correctly.
If the heater still does not operate to specification refer
to the troubleshooting chart on page 20, or contact
Sampford IXL in your state.
Adjust
FIG 32
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SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS (DO NOT MODIFY THIS APPLIANCE)
General
1. Service work MUST be carried out by authorised
personnel only.
2. Unplug from wall socket or turn off power at
isolation switch if heater is hard wired.
3. Always shut off the gas supply and ensure that the
heater is cool before commencing any service
operations.
4. Always check for gas soundness after servicing.
To Replace Power Cord
Contact Sampford IXL service department.
To Replace The Gas Valve
1. Remove the fascia. Refer to page 14 of the
installation instructions.
2. Unplug the cable from the gas control and
disconnect the earth connection.
3. Disconnect the gas inlet (½” compression nut)
connection at entry gas control and the 16mm nut
at the outlet of the gas control.
4. Remove the three screws from the cradle retaining
the gas control.
5. Remove gas control valve from heater.
6. Replace gas control and check for gas tightness.
Note: Check the gas pressure on Boost and Low
settings. Refer “gas control”, page 16.
To Replace The Ignition Module
1. Remove the fascia. Refer to page 14 of the
installation manual.
2. Unplug wire connectors from ignition module.
3. Lift ignition module from base panel.
3. Lift electronic controller from base panel.
Note: Hook and loop mounting tape is used to secure
electronic controller.
4. Replace the electronic controller.
5. Check and re-set gas pressures.
To Replace The Inner Glass
Refer to page 14 of the installation instructions.
Fit the new glass.
Note: Ensure the inside surface of the glass is clean and
free from finger marks.
To Replace The Burner And Spark/Sense Electrodes
1. Remove the logs from the burner chamber. Refer to
page 15.
2. Remove the burner chamber front panel, 7 screws.
3. Disconnect the 16mm nut at the inlet of the injector.
4. Disconnect the spark and sense electrodes from the
ignition module.
5. Remove the 2 M5 wing nuts from under the burner.
Lift the burner assembly upwards and carefully
remove from the burner chamber. Refer to FIG 34.
6. Replace in reverse order, checking correct location
of spark/sense electrodes. Refer FIG 35. Spark gap
between electrode and spark plate is 6 - 8 mm.
Flame sense electrode MUST be in constant flame.
Check for gas tightness. For log placement, refer to
page 15 of this manual.
Note: Hook and loop mounting tape is used to secure
ignition box.
4. Replace ignition module and ensure that all wires
are reconnected correctly.
5. Check and re-set gas pressures.
To Replace The Electronic Controller
1. Remove the fascia. Refer to page 14 of the
installation manual.
2. Disconnect the plugs on electronic controller.
COMBUSTION FAN
PRESSURE SWITCH
ELECTRONIC
CONTROLLER
FIG 33
ROOM AIR FAN
PRESSURE SWITCH
IGNITION
MODULE
ROOM
AIR
FAN
COMBUSTION
FAN
FIG 34
Securing the burner bed
SPARK
PLATE
FLAME
SENSE
ELECTRODE
SPARK
ELECTRODE
GAS
VALVE
FIG 35
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SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS (DO NOT MODIFY THIS APPLIANCE)
To Replace The Fan Pressure Switch
1. Remove the fascia. Refer to page 14 of the
installation instructions.
2. Remove the electronic controller. Refer to page
17.
3. Remove the connecting wiring from the pressure
switch.
4. Remove the silicone tubes from the pressure
switch.
5. The pressure switch is secured onto the rear of the
fan chamber housing by two M5 screws. Remove
the screws.
6. Replace the pressure switch. For wiring, one wire
to “C”(Common) and the other to connect to “NO”
(Normally Open). Polarity is not important.
7. Re-attach silicone tubes making sure that the
black tube attaches to the black side of the
pressure switch. Make sure that the tubes are not
pinched or kinked.
8. Test operation of fan pressure switch - turn heater
on low heat. If heater fails to light even when fan is
spinning, refer to the fault codes on page 20.
5. Remove the venturi and bracket from the fan
which was removed from the heater. Insert and
secure the venturi and bracket on replacement fan.
Note: “TOP” should point to air outlet of fan.
6. Insert fan into chamber ensuring that the venturi is
not disturbed. Locate fan onto male thread. Secure
with M5 wing nuts, ensuring rubber buffer locates
over thread.
7. Replace silicone tubes onto fan pressure switch
ensuring that the black tube is connected to the
black side of the pressure switch. Check to make
sure that the tubes are not kinked or pinche. Refer to
FIG 37.
8. Reconnect fan plug into plug carrier. Test operation
of room circulation fan and fan pressure switch. If
heater fails to light even when fan is spinning, refer
to fault codes on page 21.
Switch Control Setting (FIG 36)
For NG operation, DIL switch should be positioned in
point ‘1'.
For LPG operation, DIL switch should be positioned in
pointer ‘O’.
For audio beep function, DIL switch should be
positioned in pointer ‘2'.
To Replace The Room Circulation Fan
1. Remove the fascia. Refer to page 14 of the
installation instructions.
2. Remove the electronic controller and ignition
module. Refer to page 17.
3. Disconnect the fan plug from the plug carrier.
Remove the two M5 wing nuts which locate the fan
to the fan chamber underside. Lower fan from
male thread.
4. Disconnect the silicone tubes from the fan
pressure switch. Remove fan from fan chamber.
GAS
NG
1
O
LPG
ON
2
N
OFF
Clear Silicon
Tube
BEEP
Black Silicon Tube
FIG 36
Switch Control Diagram highlighting NG/LP settings &
audible beep.
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FIG 37
Room Fan
SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS (DO NOT MODIFY THIS APPLIANCE)
To Replace The Combustion Fan (FIG 38)
1. Disconnect the power supply to unit.
2. Remove the fascia. Refer to page 14 of the
installation manual.
3. Remove the electronic controller and ignition
module. Refer to page 17 of the installation
manual.
4. Remove the room circulation fan. Refer to page 18
of the installation manual.
5. Disconnect the flexible pipe on the combustion fan.
6. Remove the four M5 screws as shown in FIG 38a.
At all times the fan assembly should be supported
from the rear.
7. Disconnect the silicone tubes from the combustion
fan pressure switch. When refitting the pressure
switch tubes, ensure they’re connected to the
appropriate teat on the combustion fan. The clear
tube fits onto the teat closest to the outlet of the
combustion fan and the black tube fits onto the
other available teat.
8. Rotate the combustion fan until the front of the fan
is parallel to the top panel, shown in FIG 38b.
Then remove the combustion fan making sure that
it does not hit the male thread used to secure room
circulation fan.
9. Disconnect the electrical wiring off the motor.
10.Repeat the steps above in reverse order to secure
the combustion fan.
Note: When reinstalling replacement fan, ensure it is
adequately supported from the rear until at least two of
the securing screws are in position. Do not bend or twist
the fan assembly support plate.
(a)
REMOVE 4 SCREWS
(b)
MALE THREAD FOR ROOM CIRCULATION FAN
SUPPORT
PLATE
FIG 38 Removing Combustion Fan
WIRING DIAGRAM
SWITCH
ON/OFF
COILS
LOW BRN / LOW FAN
MED BRN / MED FAN
HIGH BRN / HIGH FAN
SPARK
ELECTRODE
BLACK
3 WAY
FLAME
SENSOR
SHEATHED
HIGH TEMP
DATA CABLE
MODULATING
VALVE F3590
WHITE
EARTH
BLUE
RED
RED
COMBUSTION
FAN - F3979
6 WAY
ORANGE
2 WAY
BLUE
PURPLE
RED
4 WAY
RED
5 WAY
2 WAY
BLUE
NO
NO
PRESSURE
SWITCH F4008
COMBUSTION
FAN
IGNITION MODULE
F3435
POWERFLUE
WIRING DIAGRAM
1 WAY
PRESSURE
SWITCH F3327
ROOM AIR FAN
TH2
H
M
L
CONTROL
MODULE
F3828
A
EARTH
C
4 WAY
C
BROWN
1.5 AMP[18]
ROOM FAN - F3594
NC
NC
GREY
MOD1
MOD2
BLUE
RED
240 V MAINS PLUG
N
N
C
RED
F3834 C
FIG 39
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TROUBLESHOOTING
To check the operation of the heater’s electrical system
you will require a digital multimeter with the functions
to measure AC/DC voltage, continuity, resistance and
micro-amps.
It is critical that the appliance is
earthed and that the active and
neutral are not reversed.
Cannon Inbuilt Power Flue
There is a green and red LED on the ignition controller. These LEDs act as diagnostic aids when the heater safety
systems produce a safe shutdown condition.
Green LED: this is on when the flame is sensed at the flame sensor electrode.
Red LED: this flashes according to the fault code.
No LEDs means there is no power to the ignition module. Check that the heater switch is set to ON by pressing the
ON/OFF button. Check the supply voltage. Check the 1.5 Amp fuse, replace if necessary. It is critical that the appliance
is earthed and that the active and neutral are not reversed. Do not use an extension cord. This appliance is designed
to operate at 240V AC. Substantial voltage dips, or running the unit at voltages substantially lower than 240V AC may
cause nuisance shutdowns. If there is still a problem check the power supply plug from the electronic controller with a
multimeter (240V AC). If there is no power from this plug when the heater should be on, replace the electronic controller.
Remember to re-test the gas pressures any time that the electronic controller is changed. It is recommended that any
callout to a customer’s home should prompt the checking and resetting of the gas pressures.
Fault Codes
Long Short Morse Code Meaning
1
5
—•••••
Normal start-up (30
second combustion
purge)
1
0
—
Normal operation
2
2
1
1
2
2
Action
— —•
Heater has
attempted to light,
however it did not
sense flame within
the allowed time.
Check the gas supply to the unit is not switched off. Check
the gas pressures. Check the flame and spark electrode
connections and that they are positioned correctly. Ensure that
the spark is being produced at the spark electrode tip, and
is strong (clearly visible and around 6-8mm in length). Adjust
if necessary. The burner tray is earthed through contact with
the chassis. Check using a multimeter between the earth pin
(or earth tab) and the burner tray. If the unit continues to spark
after flame is present, ensure that the supply voltage polarity is
not reversed.
— —••
Flame was established, however
the flame electrode
has sensed that the
flame has become
unstable and has
shutdown the gas.
Check that the flame sense electrode and the spark plate are
correctly positioned. Check the flame sense connections.
Check that the flue is correctly constructed. Abnormally
strong downdrafts can cause flame instability therefore it is
recommended that an appropriate flue cowl is used for windy
areas. Improper gas pressures can also cause issues. Check
the gas pressures.
—••
Check the fan for dust build up and lint. Check that the
room air fan is spinning. Check that the pressure tubes are
connected correctly and not pinched or kinked. The black tube
should run from the black side of the pressure switch to the
Room fan (circulation
bottom tapping on the fan venturi. The clear tube should go
fan) pressure signal
from the light side of the pressure switch and to the top tapping
not detected.
on the venturi. Make sure that the pressure switch wires are
connected correctly. One wire should be to C (Common) and
the other should be to NO (Normally Open). If it still doesn’t
work after checking the above, change the pressure switch.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Fault Codes Continued
Long Short Morse Code
3
1
— — —•
1
3
—•••
3
2
— — —••
2
8
— —••••••••
Meaning
Action
Room fan
(circulation
fan) pressure
signal has been
interrupted.
Check the fan for dust build up and lint. Check that the room air
fan is spinning. Check that the pressure tubes are connected
correctly and not pinched or kinked. The black tube should run
from the black side of the pressure switch to the bottom tapping
on the fan venturi. The clear tube should go from the light side of
the pressure switch and to the top tapping on the venturi. Make
sure that the pressure switch wires are connected correctly.
One wire should be to C (Common) and the other should be to NO
(Normally Open). If it still doesn’t work after checking the above,
change the pressure switch.
Check that the fan is spinning by starting the heater and either
listening for the fan, or check to see if air is blowing out of the
flue pipe. Check that the pressure tubes are connected correctly
and not pinched or kinked. The black tube should run from the
Combustion fan black side of the pressure switch to the bottom tapping on the
pressure signal fan venturi. The clear tube should go from the light side of the
not detected.
pressure switch and to the top tapping on the venturi.
Make sure that the pressure switch wires are connected correctly.
One wire should be to C (Common) and the other should be to
NO (Normally Open). If it still doesn’t work after checking the
above, change the pressure switch.
Check that the fan is spinning by starting the heater and either
listening for the fan, or check to see if air is blowing out of the
flue pipe. Check that the pressure tubes are connected correctly
and not pinched or kinked. The black tube should run from the
black side of the pressure switch to the bottom tapping on the
fan venturi. The clear tube should go from the light side of the
Combustion
pressure switch and to the top tapping on the venturi.
fan pressure
Ensure that the condensate drain hoses are free flowing and not
has been
kinked or blocked. If the hoses are blocked, check that the
interrupted.
combustion fan is not filled with condensate. Ensure that the
combustion fan drain is free flowing and that the combustion fan
is dry prior to restarting the heater.
Hoses to the pressure switch may also need to be checked that
condensate has not entered these tubes.
Make sure that the pressure switch wires are connected correctly.
One wire should be to C (Common) and the other should be to
NO (Normally Open). If it still doesn’t work after checking the
above, change the pressure switch.
Check the fan for dust build up and lint. Check that the room air
fan is spinning. Check that the pressure tubes are connected
Room fan
correctly and not pinched or kinked. The black tube should run
(circulation fan) from the black side of the pressure switch to the bottom tapping
pressure switch on the fan venturi. The clear tube should go from the light side of
has not switched the pressure switch and to the top tapping on the venturi.
within the
Make sure that the pressure switch wires are connected correctly.
expected time.
One wire should be to C (Common) and the other should be to
NO (Normally Open). If it still doesn’t work after checking the
above, change the pressure switch.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Other Possible Faults
No gas to burner.
• The gas valve should open at the same time as the igniter sparks.
If there is no gas to the burner when this occurs check the
solenoid coils for continuity.
• Check that the gas pressure is present at the test point when the
spark is being generated.
• Check that there is gas to the inlet of the gas control.
Fuse blowing.
• If the fuse continues to blow check the solenoid coils for a signs
of them being shorted.
• Check the fan and wiring for short circuit.
NOTES
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NOTES
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COPY RATING LABEL HERE
Don’t Risk Your Appliance Warranty
Only a licensed person will give you a compliance certificate, showing that the work complies
with all the relevant standards. And only a licensed person will have insurance protecting their
workmanship for 6 years. So make sure you use a licensed person to install this appliance and ask
for your compliance certificate to ensure the manufacturers appliance warranty will be honoured.
Date Installed:
Compliance Certificate No:
Installed By:
GMK 10030
AS4553:2008
Part Number:
F4011_D
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For service to this appliance or spare parts
contact the CANNON distributor:
Sampford IXL – Spare Parts
Phone: 1300 727 421
Fax: 1300 727 425
Email: aftersalesservice@sampfordixl.com.au