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Stufe a Pellet
User Manual
COMFORT IDRO
Read the instructions carefully before installation, use and maintenance.
The instruction book is an integral part of the product.
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Congratulations! You are now the owner of an Extraflame stove!
The Extraflame pellet stove is an ideal heating solution. It utilises the most advanced technology and is
manufactured to the highest standards with a contemporary design, allowing you to enjoy the ambience
and warmth of a natural flame in complete safety.
This manual tells you how to use your stove correctly. Please read the entire manual carefully before using
your stove.
IMPORTANT
Make sure that the dealer completes the following box with the details of the authorised specialist who
will help you if you have any problems in using your new pellet stove.
AUTHORISED SPECIALIST
COMPANY __________________________________________________________________
Full name __________________________________________________________________
Address ______________________________________________ No. __________________
Postal Code ____________ City __________________ County. ______________________
TEL. ________________________________ FAX __________________________________
All Extraflame products are manufactured according to the following directives:
™ 89/106 CEE (Construction Products)
™ 89/366 CEE (EMC Directive)
™ 2004/108 CE (EMC Directive)
™ 2006/95 CE (Low Voltage Directive)
And the following standards:
™ EN 14785
™ EN 60335-1
™ EN 60335-2-102
™ EN 61000-3-2
™ EN 61000-3-3
™ EN 50366
™ EN 55014-1
™ EN 55014-2
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Index
Capitolo 1
WARNINGS AND SAFETY DEVICES.......................................................................................................... 7
Chapter 2
TECHNICAL FEATURES ............................................................................................................................. 8
Chapter 3
WHAT IS THE PELLET? ............................................................................................................................. 11
PELLET STORAGE .................................................................................................................................................................. 11
PELLET FEEDING ................................................................................................................................................................... 11
OPTIONAL SUPPORT KIT WITH LATERAL PELLET FEEDING .......................................................................... 12
FRONT PELLET FEEDING OPTIONAL KIT............................................................................................................... 12
STANDARD SUPPLY ....................................................................................................................................................... 14
Chapter 4
SAFETY DEVICES ..................................................................................................................................... 15
FLUE EXHAUST BREAKAGE ............................................................................................................................................... 15
PELLET FEED MOTOR BREAKAGE ................................................................................................................................... 15
NO IGNITION........................................................................................................................................................................... 15
TEMPORARY POWER CUT ................................................................................................................................................. 15
ELECTRIC SAFETY ................................................................................................................................................................. 15
FLUE EXHAUST SAFETY DEVICE .................................................................................................................................... 15
PELLET TEMPERATURE SAFETY DEVICE ..................................................................................................................... 15
PLANT PRESSURE SAFETY DEVICE ................................................................................................................................ 15
WATER BOILING SAFETY DEVICE .................................................................................................................................... 15
DEVICES NOT ON THE LIST ............................................................................................................................................... 15
INSTALLATION AND SAFETY DEVICES ......................................................................................................................... 16
SAFETY DEVICES FOR CLOSED VESSEL PLANT ......................................................................................................... 16
Chapter 5
ASSEMBLY AND INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS................................................................................. 18
GLOSSARY ............................................................................................................................................................................... 18
INSTALLATION........................................................................................................................................................................ 19
ADMISSIBLE INSTALLATIONS .................................................................................................................................... 19
PROHIBITED INSTALLATIONS .................................................................................................................................... 19
CONNECTION TO THE EXHAUST VENTING SYSTEM ............................................................................................... 20
EXHAUST CHANNEL OR PIPE .................................................................................................................................... 20
CHIMNEY OR SINGLE FLUE ........................................................................................................................................ 21
CONNECTION TO THE FLUE AND COMBUSTION PRODUCT EXHAUST VENTING ................................ 23
CHIMNEY CAP ................................................................................................................................................................. 23
CONNECTION TO EXTERNAL AIR INTAKES ................................................................................................................. 24
INSULATION, TRIMS, FACINGS, AND SAFETY PRECAUTIONS.............................................................................. 24
NATIONAL, REGIONAL, PROVINCIAL AND MUNICIPAL LAWS ............................................................................ 24
Chapter 6
COMFORT IDRO INSTALLATION ............................................................................................................ 25
POSITIONING .......................................................................................................................................................................... 25
ASSEMBLY ................................................................................................................................................................................ 26
ASSEMBLY ON EXISTING BASE ................................................................................................................................. 26
ASSEMBLY WITH SUPPORT AND FEED KIT .......................................................................................................... 27
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INSTALLATION OF THE HYDRAULIC PART .................................................................................................................. 28
NO COVERING PRESENT.............................................................................................................................................. 28
ALREADY EXISTING COVERING ................................................................................................................................ 28
AIR CIRCULATION PIPES..................................................................................................................................................... 31
Chapter 7
PRODUCT FUNCTIONALITY ................................................................................................................... 35
CONTROL BOARD ................................................................................................................................................................. 35
CURRENT TIME ADJUSTMENT ......................................................................................................................................... 35
FUNCTIONING CYCLE ......................................................................................................................................................... 35
BASIC INSTRUCTIONS .................................................................................................................................................. 36
IGNITION ........................................................................................................................................................................... 36
NORMAL FUNCTIONING ............................................................................................................................................. 37
SWITCH-OFF..................................................................................................................................................................... 37
Chapter 8
REMOTE CONTROL .................................................................................................................................. 38
Chapter 9
ROOM THERMOSTAT .............................................................................................................................. 39
DIGITAL THERMOSTAT (AS PER STANDARD).............................................................................................................. 39
MECHANICAL THERMOSTAT (OPTIONAL) .................................................................................................................. 39
MECHANICAL THERMOSTAT INSTALLATION (OPTIONAL) ................................................................................... 39
MECHANICAL THERMOSTAT FUNCTIONING IN STDBY MODE (TO ALSO BE USED FOR TELEPHONIC
ACTUATOR) ............................................................................................................................................................................. 39
Chapter 10
USER PARAMETERS ................................................................................................................................ 41
WATER TEMPERATURE ADJUSTMENT........................................................................................................................... 41
WEEKLY PROGRAMMER ..................................................................................................................................................... 41
DAY-NIGHT TEMPERATURE FUNCTION ....................................................................................................................... 44
PELLET FEED ADJUSTMENT ............................................................................................................................................. 46
Chapter 11
CLEANING ................................................................................................................................................ 47
CLEANING THE BRAZIER .................................................................................................................................................... 47
USING THE SCRAPERS ......................................................................................................................................................... 47
CLEANING THE ASH COLLECTOR TRAYS ..................................................................................................................... 47
CLEANING THE HEAT EXCHANGER (MONTHLY) ....................................................................................................... 48
DOOR, ASH DRAWER AND BRAZIER GASKETS ......................................................................................................... 49
CONNECTION TO THE FLUE .............................................................................................................................................. 49
Chapter 12
PRODUCT DISPLAY TABLES ................................................................................................................... 50
Chapter 13
WARRANT ................................................................................................................................................ 53
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Capitolo 1
WARNINGS AND SAFETY DEVICES
The stoves produced by our establishment are built with
attention to the individual components in a way to protect
both the user and the installer from any accidents. It is
therefore recommended that after any intervention on the
product, authorised staff pay particular attention to the
electric connections, especially the stripped parts of the
wires. These must not escape from the terminal board in any
situation, thus preventing possible contact with the live parts
of the wire.
Installation must be carried out by authorised staff, who
must provide the buyer with a declaration of conformity
for the system and will assume full responsibility for final
installation and as a consequence the correct functioning
of the installed product. It is necessary to bear in mind all
laws and national, regional, provincial and town council
Standards present in the country the appliance has been
installed.
Extraflame S.p.A. cannot be held responsible for the
failure to comply with such precautions.
The instruction manual is an integral part of the product:
make sure that it always accompanies the appliance, even
if transferred to other owners or user or is transferred to
another place. If it is damaged or lost, request another copy
from the area technician.
This stove must be destined for the use for which it has been
expressly realised. The manufacturer is exempt from any
liability, contractual and extracontractual, for injury/damage
caused to persons/animals and objects, due to installation,
adjustment and maintenance errors and improper use.
After the packaging has been removed, check the integrity
and completeness of the contents. If this does not comply,
contact the dealer where the appliance was purchased.
All electric components that make up the stove must be
replaced with original spare parts exclusively by an authorised
after-sales centre, thus guaranteeing correct functioning.
manufacturer.
™ Do not pull, disconnect, twist electric cables leaving the
stove, even if disconnected from the electric power supply
mains.
™ Do not close or reduce the dimensions of
the airing vents in the place of installation.
The airing vents are indispensable for correct combustion.
™ Do not leave the packaging elements within reach of
children or unassisted disabled persons.
™ The hearth door must always be closed during normal
functioning of the product.
™ Avoid direct contact with parts of the appliance that
tend to heat up during functioning.
™ Check for the presence of any obstructions before
switching the appliance on following a prolonged standstill
period.
™ The stove has been designed to function in
any climatic condition (also critical). In particularly
adverse conditions (strong wind, freezing) safety
systems may intervene that switch the stove off.
If this occurs, contact the technical after-sales service and
always disable the safety system.
™ If the flue should catch fire, be equipped with suitable
systems for suffocating the flames or request help from the
fire service.
MAJOLICAS
The company had chosen majolica tiles, which are the
result of high-quality artisan work and therefore the
majolica may present crackles, speckles, and shadings.
These characteristics certify their precious origin.
Enamel and majolica, due to their different coefficient
of dilatation, produce microcrackles, which show their
authentic feature.
For the cleaning of the majolica we suggest you use a soft
and dry cloth; if you use a detergent or liquid, the latter
might soak in and make the crackles more visible.
The stove must be serviced at least once a year,
programming it in advance with the technical after-sales
service.
Nota bene: In case of thermo product or boiler, the
product or system venting is not covered by the
warranty.
For safety reasons, remember that:
™ The stove must not be used by children or unassisted
disabled persons.
™ Do not touch the stove when you are barefoot or when
parts of the body are wet or humid.
™ The safety and adjustment devices must not be
modified without the authorisation or indications of the
WARNINGS AND SAFETY DEVICES
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TECHNICAL FEATURES
Features
Weight
Height
Width
Depth
Flue exhaust pipe diameter
Air intake pipe diameter
Max. global heat output
Max. useful heat output
- useful output power to the air
- useful output power to the water
Min. useful heat output
- useful output power to the air
- useful output power to the water
Min. hourly fuel consumption
Max. hourly fuel consumption
Feed-box capacity
Recommended flue draught
Flue draught at max. useful heat output
Flue draught at min. useful heat output
Nominal electric output
Nominal voltage
Nominal frequency
Water inlet/outlet pipe diameter
Automatic exhaust pipe diameter
Pump head
Max. working water pressure accepted
U.M.
kg
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
kW
kW
kW
kW
kW
kW
kW
kg/h
kg/h
kg
Pa
Pa
Pa
W
Vac
Hz
“
“
m
bar
Value
140
664
640
746
80
50
14.0
12.6
4.6
8.0
3.8
1.3
2.5
0.8
2.8
~ 22
~ 10
12
10
310
230
50
¾
½
2.5
Tests performed using wooden pellets as fuel with calorific value of 4.9 kW/h/kg.
The data given above is indicative and not binding. The manufacturer reserves the right to make any
modifications in order to improve product performance.
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Comfort Idro with optional front pellet feed kit
1177
97
275
B
A
223
OPENINGS TO RESPECT
FOR FLUE INSERTION
142
A
B
80
50
A: Ø 80 FLUE EXHAUST PIPE
B: Ø 50 AIR INTAKE PIPE
777
59 73,6
3/4”
106
* The “adjustment pipe“ detail is
perforated with 3 Ø 9 holes with of: 90
- 100 pitch; for different adjustments,
perforate according to necessity.
C
3/4”
716,5
42,5
C
800
640
881
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752
30
645
664
* 373
56
781
figure 2.1
Chapter 2
Comfort Idro with optional support and lateral pellet loading kit
709
97
275
OPENING TO RESPECT
FOR FLUE INSERTION
B
223
A
142
777
A
B
A: Ø 80 FLUE EXHAUST PIPE
B: Ø 50 AIR INTAKE PIPE
709
80
50
106
645
30
44,5
640
800
figure 2.2
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Chapter 3
WHAT IS THE PELLET?
Pellets are realised by subjecting wood shavings i.e. the rejects of pure wood (without paint), sawmill,
carpenter products and products from other activities connected to working and transforming wood, to
very high pressures.
This type of fuel is absolutely ecological as no glues are used to hold it together. In fact, the compactness
of the pellets is guaranteed through time by a natural substance that is found in wood: lignite.
As well as being an ecological fuel, as wood residues are made the most of, the pellet also has technical
advantages.
While wood has a calorific value of 4.4 kW/kg (with 15% humidity, therefore after about 18 months
seasoning), that of the pellet is 5.3 kW/kg.
Pellet density is about 650 kg/m3 and water content is equal to 8% of its weight. For this reason the pellet
does not have to be seasoned in order to obtain a sufficiently adequate heat yield.
The pellet used must comply with the features described by the Standard:
™ Ö-Norm M 7135
™ DIN plus 51731
™ UNI CEN/TS 14961
Extraflame recommends the use of pellets with a diameter of 6mm with its products.
WARNINGS!!!
THE USE OF EXPIRED PELLETS OR ANY OTHER MATERIAL DAMAGES THE FUNCTIONS OF YOUR STOVE
AND CAN DETERMINE THE INVALIDITY OF THE WARRANTY AND THE ANNEXED RESPONSIBILITY OF THE
MANUFACTURER.
PELLET STORAGE
To guarantee combustion without problems, the pellets must be kept in a dry place.
PELLET FEEDING
Use the most congenial system to the type of installation made to feed the pellets:
™ with OPTIONAL SUPPORT KIT WITH LATERAL PELLET FEEDING
™ with FRONT PELLET FEEDING OPTIONAL KIT
™ supplied as standard
WHAT IS THE PELLET?
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OPTIONAL SUPPORT KIT WITH LATERAL PELLET FEEDING
If installation has been performed using this optional kit, the insert can be extracted or, more comfortably,
use the appropriate lateral chute whenever a relevant opening has been made in the covering of the
appliance.
figure 1
FRONT PELLET FEEDING OPTIONAL KIT
The use of this optional kit allows to feed the pellets into the feed-box from the front without extracting
the flue, therefore without switching it off.
FRONT UPPER FRAME
figure 2
figure 3
figure 4
First, remove the front, upper frame by unhooking it from the 2 lateral frames: to do this, lift it by about 10 mm
and then pull it towards yourself.
The frame must be picked-up using protection for the hands as it could have over-heated during functioning.
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WHAT IS THE PELLET?
Chapter 3
Take the supplied fire irons, attach them to the slots
in the drawer and pull to maximum extension.
Take the supplied Allen wrench, insert it into the
relevant seat and turn in an anti-clockwise direction
until fully home.
If this operation has been carried out correctly
the drawer will be blocked and cannot be moved
forwards or backwards.
At this point, take the internal drawer and pull it
towards yourself to maximum opening: carry out this
operation by attaching the two fire irons to the lateral
holes in the drawer.
CAST IRON
GRID
FIRE IRONS
figure 5
ALLEN WRENCH
INSERT
ALLEN WRENCH
figure 6
figure 7
At this point, take the internal drawer and pull it
towards yourself to maximum opening: carry out this SCRAPER
operation with the aid of a common protection for
the hands or an oven glove in order to prevent burns
due to normal over-heating of the metal parts during
functioning of the appliance.
Pour the pellet into the drawer and use the scraper to
push it into the flue tank, making sure that it does not INTERNAL
remain in the drawer.
DRAWER
figure 8
figure 9
figure 10
After having filled the feed-box, repeat the operations in the reverse order to make the product go back to
its original state.
WHAT IS THE PELLET?
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During normal functioning the flue must always be as illustrated in the figure i.e. with the drawer completely
closed. the front pellet loading drawer must only be open for the loading time in order to prevent product
over-heating.
figure 11
STANDARD SUPPLY
Installation of the insert with the standard supply envisions switch-off and extraction of the flue for every
pellet feed.
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SAFETY DEVICES
FLUE EXHAUST BREAKAGE
If the suction device stops, the circuit board immediately blocks the pellet supply.
PELLET FEED MOTOR BREAKAGE
If the motor reducer stops, the stove continues to function until the minimum cooling level is reached.
NO IGNITION
If a flame is not developed during the ignition phase, the appliance automatically attempts ignition again,
this time without pellet feeding.
If no flame develops also in this case, the appliance will signal “NO ACC” on the display. When trying to reignite the machine, it will indicate “ATTE” on the display, which means “wait”.
This function reminds that before performing ignition, it must be ensured that the brazier is completely
free and clean.
TEMPORARY POWER CUT
After a brief power cut, the appliance re-ignites automatically. When there is no electricity, the stove may
give of a minimum amount of smoke inside the case for a period from 3 to 5 minutes.
THIS DOES NOT REPRESENT ANY RISK REGARDING SAFETY.
ELECTRIC SAFETY
The stove is protected against strong current changes by a master fuse that is found in the rear part of the
stove. (2,5A 250V Delayed).
FLUE EXHAUST SAFETY DEVICE
An electronic pressure switch blocks stove functioning and takes it to alarm conditions.
PELLET TEMPERATURE SAFETY DEVICE
If there is over-heating inside the feed-box this device blocks stove functioning; restoration is manual and
must be performed by an authorised technician.
PLANT PRESSURE SAFETY DEVICE
A mechanical pressure switch blocks any plant over-pressures.
Restoration of the safety device is manual and must be performed by an authorised technician.
WATER BOILING SAFETY DEVICE
If there is a lack of water or only a small amount, it blocks pellet feeding. Restoration of the safety device is
manual and must be performed by an authorised technician.
DEVICES NOT ON THE LIST
During installation of the stove it is MANDATORY to adjust the plant using a manometer to display the
water pressure and an automatic vent valve calibrated at 3 bar.
SAFETY DEVICES
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INSTALLATION AND SAFETY DEVICES
The installation, relative plant connections, commissioning and inspection of correct functioning must
be carried out perfectly, in total compliance with Standards in force, both national and regional, as well as
these instructions.
For Italy, installation must be carried out by authorised professional staff (law dated 5 March 1990 n°46).
Extraflame S.p.A. declines all liability for damage/injury to objects/persons caused by the plant.
Safety devices for open vessel plant
According to the UNI 10412-2 (2006) Standard in force in Italy, the plants with open expansion vessel must
have:
™ Open expansion vessel
™ Safety pipe
™ Feed pipe
™ Pump control thermostat (excluded for natural circulation plants)
™ Circulation system (excluded for natural circulation plants)
™ Acoustic alarm activation device
™ Acoustic alarm
™ Temperature indicator
™ Pressure indicator
™ Automatic circuit breaker switch (block thermostat)
The temperature safety sensors must be in place on the machine at a distance no greater than 30 cm from
the flow connection.
Whenever the thermo products lack a device, those missing can be installed on the thermo product flow
pipe, within a distance no greater than 1m from the thermo product.
SAFETY DEVICES FOR CLOSED VESSEL PLANT
According to the UNI 10412-2 (2006) Standard in force in Italy, the closed plants must have:
™ Safety valve
™ Pump control thermostat
™ Acoustic alarm activation thermostat
™ Temperature indicator
™ Pressure indicator
™ Acoustic alarm
™ Adjustment automatic circuit breaker switch
™ Automatic circuit breaker switch (block thermostat)
™ Circulation system
™ Expansion system
™ Safety dissipation system incorporated with the generator with thermal safety valve (self-activated),
whenever the appliance does not have a temperature self-adjustment system
The temperature safety sensors must be in place on the machine at a distance no greater than 30 cm from
the flow connection.
Whenever the thermo products lack a device, those missing can be installed on the thermo product flow
pipe, within a distance no greater than 1m from the thermo product.
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Domestic type heating appliances with automatic feed must have a fuel block thermostat or a cooling
circuit prepared by the manufacturer of the appliance, activated by a thermal safety valve such as to
guarantee that the limit temperature set by the Standard is not exceeded. Connection between the power
supply unit and the valve must be free from interceptions. The pressure upstream from the cooling circuit
must be at least 1.5 bar.
SAFETY DEVICES
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The installation must comply with:
™ UNI 10683 (2005) heat generators fed with wood and other solid fuels: installation.
The chimneys must comply with:
™ UNI 9731 (1990) chimneys: classification according to thermal resistance.
™ EN 13384-1 (2006) calculation method of the thermal and fluid-dynamic features of the chimney.
™ UNI 7129 point 4.3.3 provisions, local rules and prescriptions of the fire brigade.
™ UNI 1443 (2005) chimneys: general requirements.
™ UNI 1457 (2004) chimneys: internal ducts in terracotta and ceramics.
GLOSSARY
CLOSED HEARTH DEVICE
Heat generator that can only be opened to load fuel during use.
BIOMASS
Material of organic origin, excluding the material incorporated in geological formations and fossilised.
BIOFUEL
Fuel produced directly or indirectly from biomass.
FLUE or CHIMNEY
Vertical duct for collecting and expelling combustion products from a single appliance at a suitable height
from the floor.
EXHAUST CHANNEL OR PIPE
Duct or connecting element between the heat generating device and the chimney for extracting the
combustion products.
INSULATION
The series of measures taken and materials used to prevent heat transmission through a wall dividing
rooms at different temperatures.
CHIMNEY CAP
Device located at the top of the chimney that facilitates dispersion of the combustion products in the
atmosphere.
CONDENSATE
Liquid products that form when the temperature of the combustion gas is lower than or equal to the dew
point of the water.
HEAT GENERATOR
Device that permits the production of thermal energy (heat) by the rapid transformation of the chemical
energy of the fuel by means of combustion.
AIR LOCK
Mechanism for modifying the dynamic resistance of the combustion gasses.
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EXHAUST VENTING SYSTEM
A system for fume exhaust venting that is independent from the appliance, composed of a pipe or channel,
chimney or single flue, and chimney cap.
FORCED DRAUGHT
Air circulation by means of a fan driven by an electric motor.
NATURAL DRAUGHT
Draught resulting in a chimney/flue due to the difference in the volume mass existing between the (hot)
fumes and the surrounding atmospheric air, without any mechanical suction aid installed inside or on top
of it.
RADIANCE AREA
Area immediately adjacent to the hearth in which the heat produced by combustion is diffused; this area
must not contain any objects made of combustible material.
REFLUX AREA
Area in which the combustion products come out from the appliance towards the room in which it is
installed.
INSTALLATION
Before carrying out installation, it is necessary to check the positioning of the chimneys, flues or exhaust
terminal ducts of the appliance, keeping in mind the following:
™ Installation prohibitions
™ Legal clearances
™ Limitations set forth by local administrative regulations or specific regulations of the authorities.
™ Common limitations deriving from building regulations, and easement or contract regulations.
ADMISSIBLE INSTALLATIONS
In the room in which the heat generator is to be installed, any existing or installed appliances must be airtight
to the room and must not cause depression in the room with respect to the external environment.
Appliances used for cooking foods and the related hoods without extractor can only be installed in rooms
used as kitchens.
PROHIBITED INSTALLATIONS
The room in which the heat generator is to be installed must not contain any of the following devices,
either pre-existing or installed:
™ Hoods with or without extractor;
™ Ventilation ducts of the collective type.
Should these devices be located in adjacent rooms communicating with the installation room, it is
forbidden to use the heat generator simultaneously where there is the risk that one of the two rooms may
be subject to depression with respect to the other.
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CONNECTION TO THE EXHAUST VENTING SYSTEM
EXHAUST CHANNEL OR PIPE
For the assembly of the exhaust channels it is imperative to use non-flammable materials that are resistant to
combustion products and any condensates.
It is forbidden to use flexible metal pipes and asbestos cement for connecting the stove to the flue, also for preexisting exhaust channels.
There must be continuity between the exhaust channel and the flue so that the flue does not lean on the stove.
The exhaust channels must not pass through rooms in which the installation of combustion devices is
forbidden.
The assembly of the exhaust channels must be carried out in such a way as to ensure that they are airtight for
the operating conditions of the appliance, as well as to limit the formation of condensates and prevent them
from being conveyed towards the appliance.
The assembly of horizontal sections must be avoided where possible.
Where roof or wall exhaust outlets have to be reached that are not coaxial in relation to the exhaust outlet
from the appliance, the direction changes must be made using open elbows no greater than 45° (see figures
below).
Insulation
< 45°
< 45°
Flue
Inspection
figure 5.1
figure 5.2
For heat generating devices equipped with an electric exhaust fan, i.e. all products made by Extraflame, it
is necessary to observe the following instructions:
™ Horizontal sections must have a minimum slope of 3% upwards.
™ The length of the horizontal section must be as short as possible, and in any case no greater than 3
meters.
™ No more than four direction changes may be used, including the one resulting from the use of the “T”element. (When four bends are used, use double wall piping with a 120 mm diameter.)
In any case, exhaust channels must be sealed in relation to combustion products and condensates, as well
as insulated, if they pass outside the installation room.
It is forbidden to use elements in counter-slope.
The exhaust channel must allow soot recovery and cleaning using a swab.
The exhaust channel must have a constant cross-section. Any changes in cross-section are allowed only at
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the flue connection.
It is forbidden to run other air feed channels or piping for utilities inside the exhaust channels, even if
they are oversized. It is also forbidden to fit manual draught adjustment devices on the forced draught
appliance.
CHIMNEY OR SINGLE FLUE
The chimney or flue must meet the following requirements:
™ be airtight to combustion products, waterproof and properly insulated according to the usage conditions;
™ be made of materials suitable to resist normal mechanical stress, as well as heat and the action of combustion
products and any condensates;
™ have a predominantly vertical layout with deviations from the axis no greater than 45°;
™ be situated at a proper distance from combustible or flammable materials by means of an air gap or suitable
insulation material;
20 cm
Minimum80 cm2
C
B
A
Floor protection
figure 5.3
figure 5.4
REFERENCES
A
B
C
Flammable
objects
200
1500
200
Non-flammable
objects
100
750
100
™ preferably have a round internal section: square or rectangular sections must have rounded edges
with radius no less than 20 mm;
™ have a constant, free and independent internal section;
™ have rectangular sections with a maximum ratio between sides of 1.5.
The exhaust duct should be equipped with a chamber for the collection of solid materials and any
condensates located below the mouth of the exhaust channel, so that it is easy to open and inspect from
the airtight hatch.
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Windproof
chimney cap
<3m
3-5%
Flue
Inspection
Inspection
figure 5.5
figure 5.6
<3m
External
insulated
duct
45°
45°
Inspection
Inspection
figure 5.7
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CONNECTION TO THE FLUE AND COMBUSTION PRODUCT EXHAUST VENTING
The flue must receive exhaust from a single heat generator.
Direct discharge towards enclosed areas, even when roofless, is forbidden.
Direct discharge of combustion products must take place on the roof and the exhaust duct must have the
features set forth in the section “Chimney or single flue”.
CHIMNEY CAP
The chimney cap must meet the following requirements:
™ have an internal section equivalent to that of the chimney;
™ have a useful outlet section no less than twice the internal section of the chimney;
™ be constructed in such a way as to prevent the penetration of rain, snow and foreign bodies into the
chimney, as well as to assure the discharge of the combustion products also in the presence of winds
coming from any direction and at any angle.
™ be positioned in such a way as to assure proper dispersion and dilution of the combustion products
and, in any case, outside the reflux area in which the formation of counter-pressure is most likely to occur.
This area has different sizes and shapes depending on the slope of the roof; therefore, it is necessary to
use the minimum heights indicated in the figures below.
™ The chimney cap must not have any mechanical suction devices.
FLAT ROOF
50 cm
50
>5m
<5m
<5m
figure 5.9
SLOPED ROOF
Distance > A
Distance < A
50 cm beyond the ridge beam
REFLUX AREA
Reflux area height
H min
β
figure 5.10
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Roof pitch
β
15°
30°
45°
60°
CHIMNEYS, DISTANCES AND POSITIONING
Distance between the Minimum height of the chimney
crown and the chimney
(measured from the outlet)
A (m)
H (m)
< 1,85
0,50 m beyond the crown
> 1,85
1,00 m from the roof
< 1,50
0,50 m beyond the crown
> 1,50
1,30 m from the roof
< 1,30
0,50 m beyond the crown
> 1,30
2,00 m from the roof
< 1,20
0,50 m beyond the crown
> 1,20
2,60 m from the roof
CONNECTION TO EXTERNAL AIR INTAKES
To ensure correct operation, the appliance must have sufficient air available by means of external air intakes, which
must meet the following requirements:
1. They must have a total free section of at least 80 cm2.
2. They must be protected by a grate, metal mesh, or other suitable protection provided that it does not reduce
the minimum section as per point a) and that it is positioned in such a way as to prevent the intakes from being
obstructed.
If the combustion air is collected directly from the outside by means of a pipe, it is necessary to fit a downward bend or
a wind hood on the outside. In addition, no grating or similar device should be positioned. (Extraflame S.p.A. suggests
creating an air intake directly communicating with the installation room, even if air is collected from outside by means
of a pipe).
Air inflow can also be obtained from a room adjacent to the installation room, provided that the flow can occur freely
through permanent openings communicating with the outside.
The adjacent room must not be subject to depression with respect to the outside as a result of the opposing draught
caused by the presence of another utility device or suction device in this room.
In the adjacent room, the permanent openings must meet the requirements described above.
The adjacent room cannot be used as a garage, storage area for combustible material, or for activities involving fire hazards.
INSULATION, TRIMS, FACINGS, AND SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
The facings, no matter what type of material they are made of, must constitute a self-bearing structure with reference
to the heating assembly and not in contact with it.
The beam and the trims in wood or combustible materials must be positioned outside of the radiant area of the hearth
or be properly insulated.
If the space above the heat generator has coverings made of combustible or heat-sensitive material, a protective
membrane made of non-combustible insulating material must be placed between it and the generator.
All elements made of combustible or flammable material, such as wooden furnishings, curtains, etc., that are directly
exposed to the radiance of the hearth must be placed at a safe distance.
The installation of the appliance must guarantee easy access for cleaning the appliance itself, of the waste gas pipes
and the flue.
NATIONAL, REGIONAL, PROVINCIAL AND MUNICIPAL LAWS
All the national, regional, provincial ad municipal laws of the country where the appliance has been installed must be
taken into consideration.
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COMFORT IDRO INSTALLATION
The Comfort Idro model is supplied with an iron
sliding base that allows to install it in a pre-existing
flue.
This sliding base allows the easy extraction of the
insert both for pellet feeding inside the feed-box
and for any maintenance or cleaning at the end of
the season. If there is no pre-existing flue, one can be
built using the insert-holder pedestal (optional kit);
in fact, the latter fixes the insert to the floor.
Component description:
™ Sliding base
™ Rail
™ Flue exhaust pipe
™ Primary air intake pipe
™ Socket
™ Adaptation frame
Adaptation
Frame
Sliding
base
with rails
Primary air
intake
pipe
figure 6.1
POSITIONING
Before assembly of the appliance, the correct position
must be evaluated.
The minimum height stated in the figure below
must be considered that to be respected, so as to
guarantee correct movement of the flexible pipes:
with closed flue, they create a natural loop that must
not be obstructed in any way.
figure 6.2
MINIMUM 32
figure 6.3
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ASSEMBLY
The insert can be positioned on an existing base or
using the support and feeding kit (figure 30).
ASSEMBLY ON EXISTING BASE
First of all, check the presence of a current socket on
the rear of the insert so that the socket is accessible
once installation is completed.
After having evaluated the correct position, the
machine body must be detached in order to fix the
sliding base:
Use the supplied Allen wrench to turn the lockbolt
clockwise (figure 6.4).
Slide the insert out (figure 6.5).
Tilt it to release it from the rails (figure 6.6).
Supplied Allen
wrench
Movement block
lockbolt
figure 6.4
Use chalk to mark the blocking points of the base;
then make 8 mm holes for the steel expansion
inserts.
Make a hole measuring 60 mm in correspondence
with the air intake.
The air vent must be made outside the
flue as it must not suck heated air.
Fix the base using the locking screws.
Appropriately connect the conveyor to the flue
evacuation piping and the air intake box to the
relative intake pipe.
Re-position the machine body by repeating the
operations carried out previously in the reverse
order.
Finally, use the Allen wrench to turn the lockbolt anticlockwise to block movement.
To understand whether the insert is correctly attached
to the base, connect the plug to the socket and set
the master switch at position 1: the display should
switch on.
figure 6.5
The lower grill of the insert must lie
at least 1 cm above the fire surface in
covering marble.
figure 6.6
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ASSEMBLY WITH SUPPORT AND FEED KIT
This type of installation can be used when there is
no base onto which the insert can be rested.
Proceed by positioning the base in the desired point
and use the feet to adjust the height (the bolts are
positioned in the four external sides of the pedestal
in the lower part).
Check the presence of a current socket on the rear
of the insert so that the socket is accessible once
installation is completed.
After having evaluated the correct position, the
machine body must be detached in order to fix the
sliding base:
™ Use the supplied Allen wrench to turn the
lockbolt clockwise(figure 6.4).
™ Slide the insert out (figure 6.5).
™ Tilt it to release it from the rails (figure 6.6).
Fix the pedestal to the floor using strong steel plugs
with a diameter of 8 mm.
Fix the sliding base to the frame using bolts.
Make a hole measuring 60 mm in correspondence
with the air intake.
The air vent must be made outside the
flue as it must not suck heated air.
Fix the base using the locking screws.
Appropriately connect the conveyor to the flue
evacuation piping and the air intake box to the
relative intake pipe.
Re-position the machine body by repeating the
operations carried out previously in the reverse
order.
Finally, use the Allen wrench to turn the lockbolt
anti-clockwise to block movement.
To understand whether the insert is correctly
attached to the base, connect the plug to the socket
and set the master switch at position 1: the display
should switch on.
Mount the hopper support for the pellet and insert
it into the relevant coupling.
COMFORT IDRO INSTALLATION
figure 6.7
N.B. If our pedestal is used, a slot must be created in
the flue that allows to check the pellet level in the
feed-box, thus preventing escape during filling.
The hopper support can be mounted
in both sides of the insert.
Adjust the height and the inclination of the hopper
on the basis of the flue that will be built.
The lower grill of the insert must lie
at least 1 cm above the fire surface in
covering marble.
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INSTALLATION OF THE HYDRAULIC PART
For the hydraulic connections it is possible to proceed in various ways in relation tot he presence or not of
the insert covering structure.
NO COVERING PRESENT
When covering is performed after the product has been installed, the connections to the hydraulic plant
are made easier due to freedom of movement.
Before positioning the base in its definitive location, mount the following parts:
™ the flexible pipe support rod, as indicated in figure 30 by the means of one M5 x 16 screw, the respective
galvanised M5 nut and the burnished 3.9 x 22 self-threading screw (the latter must be unscrewed as it is
already used to fix the flue conveyor pipe).
™ The 2 collars with washer and burnished TCEI M8 x 10 screw as the latter can only be reached from the
rear.
At this point it is possible to fix the base as described previously. Re-position the machine body and connect
2 flexible pipes to the rear support rod using the supplied screws; they will be successively connected to
the hydraulic plant. The position of the 2 flexible pipes in the collars must be rigorously respected in order
to prevent problems during handling.
Flexible pipes
adjustment rod
Collars
Water
Outlet
Water
inlet
figure 6.8
figure 6.9
figure 6.10
ALREADY EXISTING COVERING
If the insert is installed inside an existing covering it is possible to proceed in 2 different ways:
™ Create a lateral opening on the left side of the covering in a way to access the flexible pipes at the
height of the collars.
figure 6.11
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™ If it is not possible to make a lateral opening in the covering, follow the procedure given below.
Release the machine body from the base with the sliding rails using the sequence described previously
and fix the base, having already previously positioned the rod for the flexible pipes. Remove the painted
cover by means of the 2 screws in the upper part that fix it and also remove the fixing bracket on the left
side (see figure 6.14 and 6.15).
Painted cover
Side fixing bracket
figure 6.13
figure 6.14
figure 6.15
Remove the left side by pushing it forward: during this operation the rear side must be removed from the
screws by slight rotation, using the slots as illustrated in figure 6.18.
Left
side
figure 6.16
figure 6.18
figure 6.17
Remove the flexible pipe guide bracket by removing the 2 screws that fix it
Screws
Bracket
Bracket
figure 6.19
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figure 6.20
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Loosen the ring nuts on the 2 copper pipes and remove the metric screw that fixes the brass block to the
machine body. At this point it is possible to separate the brass block with the pipes from the rest of the
insert (figure 6.22).
Metric screw
Ring nuts
Gaskets
figure 6.21
figure 6.22
figure 6.23
Proceed by connecting the pipes to the support rod and consequently to the plant. Re-position the insert
into the rails and restore the initial brass block situation, repeating the operations described above in the
reverse order (first fix the block using the metric screw and then connect the ring nuts paying attention to
the gaskets)
Re-mount the flexible pipe guide bracket, the left side with the relative blocking rod and the upper cover.
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AIR CIRCULATION PIPES
It is necessary to create air recirculation inside the structure that covers the insert for correct functioning.
This prevents the appliance from over-heating.
To guarantee this, just realise one or more openings in the lower part and in the upper part of the
covering.
The following measurements must be respected:
™ Lower part (cold air inlet) D total minimum surface cm2.
™ Upper part (hot air outlet) D total minimum surface 500 cm2.
This ventilation system is totally independent from the air intake for combustion!!
To protect from any over-heating, the Comfort P80 is supplied with a probe that analyses the temperature
inside the structure and intervenes by reducing the functioning power.
figure 6.24
figure 6.25
figure 6.26
The lateral frames must be fixed using the 2 supplied
burnished 4.2 x 9.5 self-threading screws per side.
The 2 sides are already perforated for fixing the
frames themselves.
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figure 6.27
50
50
figure 6.28
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Hot convection air
The heat accumulated inside the
covering must be vented to prevent
excessive over-heating of the insert.
5 cm
Air inlet from the environment
To allow air recirculation an air inlet point
must be envisioned, which is preferably
positioned in the lower part of the structure
in order to favour convection. The air must
be withdrawn from the machine’s working
environment.
figure 6.29
For correct functioning of the insert, during construction of the flue the measurements between the insert
and internal walls of the flue must be respected.
From the clearance measurements of the stove given in the technical features, it is necessary to consider
at least 50 mm of air in the upper part and on the 2 sides.
The flue outlet pipe must always maintain a minimum distance of 50 mm from inflammable
parts.
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Air intake box
figure 6.30
Air intake box
figure 6.31
Regarding the air intake box, it is possible to apply the intake pipe above the base (see figure above) or
below (see figure below) depending on requirements.
These operations must be carried out by an authorised technician.
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PRODUCT FUNCTIONALITY
CONTROL BOARD
REMOTE CONTROL
SENSOR
D1
D2
figure 7.1
1 D ON/OFF BUTTON
By pressing button 1 it is possible to switch the stove on and off automatically.
2-3 D AIR TEMPERATURE SETTING
Buttons 2 and 3 are used to adjust the room temperature inside the house.
4-5 D FUNCTIONING POWER
The heat power can be adjusted using buttons 4 and 5
Display D1 to view the various messages.
Display D2 to view the power set.
CURRENT TIME ADJUSTMENT
Controls procedure
1. Remove and restore the stove power supply using the master switch or using the power supply cable.
2. The stove will first display the microprocessor version (ID_40 or successive), “TIME”, “LI 3” and then
“OFF”.
3. When “TIME” appears, press button 5 to access the adjustment mode.
4. Display D1 will show the current time, the hours flashing while the minutes are fixed: use keys 2 and 3 to
adjust the time and then confirm using key 5.
5. At this point the hours will become fixed and the minutes will start to flash: use keys 2 and 3 to adjust
the minutes.
To go back to selection of the hours, press button 4 again or escape and confirm using button 1.
FUNCTIONING CYCLE
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BASIC INSTRUCTIONS
The stove you have purchased uses pellet fuel. This type of material is obtained from natural waste from
the machining of wood. By means of a special process that does not require the use of any binding agent
and additive, the waste is compressed in industrial machinery under high pressure and they become solid
wooden pellets. IT IS PROHIBITED to burn non-pelletised raw materials inside our stoves. The failure to
comply with these prescriptions voids all guarantees and could jeopardise the safety of the appliance.
The following recommendations must be followed the first two or three times the stove is ignited:
™ It is possible that slight odours are produced due to the drying of the paints and silicones used.
™ Do not remain in the environment for long periods.
™ Do not touch the surfaces as they could still be unstable.
™ Air the room well several times.
™ The hardening of the surfaces is terminated after several heating processes.
™ This appliance must not be used to burn waste.
IGNITION
1. Before switching the stove on the following points must be verifiedi:
™ the feed-box must be full of pellets
™ the combustion chamber must be clean
™ The brazier must be completely free and clean
™ check the hermetic closure of the fire door and the ash drawer
™ make sure the power supply cable is connected correctly
™ the bipolar switch in the rear right part must be positioned on 1
2. Press button 1 for 3 seconds: display D1 will show “AT 08” decreasing by one number every second.
In the phase the appliance performs self-analysis to check the functionality of each individual electric
component. When this cycle has been completed, display D1 will show “AC 15” (these are the minutes
when the stove attempts the ignition phase and decreases by 1 every minute that passes).
The first time the product is used, even if the feed-box is full, there is the possibility that the pellets
are not distributed into the combustion chamber for the first 15 minutes. This is because the pellet
feed worm screw is empty. If no flame has developed in the stove after 15 minutes D1 will show “NO
ACC”.
3. If points 1 and 2 have been performed correctly, when the flame is developed the stove will pass to
start mode (“AU 07”).
4. On termination of the start phase the stove will pass to normal functioning: display D1 will show the
room temperature while display D2 will show the work power.
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ATTENTION!!!
1. DO NOT USE ANY INFLAMMABLE LIQUIDS FOR IGNITION
2. DO NOT ALLOW THE BAG OF PELLETS TO COME INTO CONTACT WITH THE BOILING HOT
STOVE DURING THE FILLING PHASE
3. IN THE CASE OF CONTINUOUS NO IGNITION, CONTACT AN AUTHORISED TECHNICIAN
NORMAL FUNCTIONING
When ignition has taken place, the user can adjust the heating power using buttons 4 and 5. By pressing
button 4 the heat power is decreased and therefore also the consumption of pellets per hour, vice versa by
pressing 5 the heating power is increased and as a consequence also pellet consumption.
As well as
the adjustment of flow rate it is also possible to adjust the room temperature directly from the control
board, using buttons 2 and 3. To set the plant water temperature, see the “Water temperature adjustment”
chapter.
Check the content of the feed-box in order to prevent the fire going out due to the lack of fuel.
ATTENTION!!!
1. The bags of pellets must be kept at least 1.5 metres from the stove.
2. It is recommended that the feed-box is always half full.
3. Make sure the appliance is off before filling the pellet feed-box.
SWITCH-OFF
Press button 1 for 3 seconds:
When the operation has been performed, the appliance automatically enters the switch- off phase, blocking
the supply of pellets; display D1 will alternatively show “OFF”, current time and room temperature.
The flue exhaust motor will remain on until the stove temperature has fallen sufficiently.
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REMOTE CONTROL
The heat setting, the room temperature, and automatic start/stop of the stove can be remote controlled.
S = Luminous warning light that indicates which keys
have been pressed.
S
Correspondence of display keys with remote control
keys
P2
P5
P3
P4
1 = p3+p5
2 = p2
3 = p3
4 = p4
5 = p5
figure 8.1
To light the stove, press buttons 3 and 5 at the same time and hold for three seconds (Fig. 21); the stove
automatically enters the lighting stage. This is followed by the start-up phase, which allows the stove to
develop and settle the flame. When the lighting stage is complete, the stove goes into normal operation.
The heat setting can be adjusted using the buttons 5 and 4, and the room temperature setting can be
adjusted using buttons 2 and 3.
To switch off the stove, press buttons 3 and 5 at the same time and hold for three seconds. Display D1 will
show the message “OFF”.
The remote control operates with an MN21 12V battery (the kind used for gate openers).
To replace the batteries, open the cover in the rear part as illustrated below.
figure 8.2
figure 8.3
Open by pressing the part circled in the figure
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ROOM THERMOSTAT
DIGITAL THERMOSTAT (AS PER STANDARD)
The appliance can check the room temperature using a digital thermostat and show it on the display.
1. When the insert is started and has entered normal functioning mode, display D1 will show a number (e.g.
21°C); this value indicates the room temperature.
2. Use buttons 2 or 3 to enter the thermostat setting and the display will show a flashing word that alternates
at every impulse with “SET” and the temperature to be set; by pressing 2 the value decreases and by
pressing 3 it increases.
3. Let “SET” disappear from the display.
4. Adjust the desired heating power using buttons 4 and 5.
When the appliance reaches the temperature set in display D1, the relative luminous indicator will switch
off.
MECHANICAL THERMOSTAT (OPTIONAL)
N.B. :Installation must be performed by an authorised technician
It is possible to thermostat a room adjacent to the room where the stove is positioned: just connect a
mechanical thermostat (boiler type) following the procedure described in the next point (it is recommended
to position the optional mechanical thermostat at a height of 1.50m from the ground).
MECHANICAL THERMOSTAT INSTALLATION (OPTIONAL)
N.B. : Installation must be performed by an authorised technician
1. Switch the appliance off using the master switch positioned on the rear of the stove.
2. Remove the plug from the socket.
3. Refer to the wiring diagram to connect the two thermostat cables onto the relative clamps positioned
don the rear of the machine< one is red and the other black.
MECHANICAL THERMOSTAT FUNCTIONING IN STDBY MODE (TO ALSO BE USED
FOR TELEPHONIC ACTUATOR)
The Stdby function is also used to further reduce fuel consumption by switching the stove off when the
desired temperature is reached. On the contrary, if the temperature drops, the stove automatically switches
back on, going to normal working conditions.
1. Set the desired heating power using buttons 4 and 5.
2. Using button 2, take the room temperature to minimum until “LOU” appears in display D1 with “SET”
flashing.
3. At this point until “SET” with “LOU” continues to flash, press key 1 for three seconds and “STBY” will
appear in the display. The energy saving function is now activated.
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At this point the external thermostat will control stove functioning in the following way:
™ Closed contact thermostat D the stove switches on and works at the set power, showing “T ON” on
display D1.
™ Open contact thermostat D the stove switches off or stays off showing “STBY” on display D1.
™ This function can be suspended temporarily by pressing key 1:
™ If from “STBY” D the stove will remain off alternatively showing “STBY”, “OFF” and current time on the
display D1.
™ If from “T ON” D the stove switches off alternatively showing “T ON”, “OFF” and current time on the
display D1.
To go back to using the function, press button 1 again.
To definitively exclude the function just raise the temperature of the stove thermostat using button 3.
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USER PARAMETERS
Display D1
70°C
Display D1
off
00:00
00:00
off 1
00
00:00
00:00
off 1
00:00
00:00
off 1
Display D1
06:00
22:00
25
20
Display D1
00
USER PARAMETERS
WATER TEMPERATURE ADJUSTMENT
Display D2
Function
Water Temperature Adjustment
WEEKLY PROGRAMMER
Display D2
Function
0
Activation/deactivation of the weekly programmer
1
Time 1st switch-on
2
Time 1st switch-off
3
Ignition/switch-off consents for various days
4
Installer parameter
5
Time 2nd switch-off
6
Time 2nd switch-off
7
Ignition/switch-off consents for various days
8
Time 3rd switch-on
9
Time 3rd switch-off
A
Ignition/switch-off consents for various days
DAY-NIGHT TEMPERATURE FUNCTION
Display D2
Function
B
Start of day time/end of night time
C
Start of night time/end of day time
D
Day time max. temperature
E
Night time max. temperature
PELLET FEED ADJUSTMENT
Display D2
Function
F
% pellet feed adjustment
WATER TEMPERATURE ADJUSTMENT
This function allows to set the desired water temperature. To access this parameter, press button 3 and
holding it down also press button 5 and then release both keys 2 at the same time.
Display D1 will show 2 flashing messages “H2O”, i.e. water and “70°C”, which corresponds to the value that
can be modified. Nothing appears on display D2.
Using buttons 2 and 3 adjust the desired temperature with a maximum travel of 65 to 80°C. Press button
1 to confirm.
WEEKLY PROGRAMMER
The weekly programmer allows to program 3 time spans within a day to use every day of the week. The
ignition and switch-off times must be within the arc of one day, from 0 to 24 and not over several days:
E.g.
switch-on 07:00/switch-off 18:00
switch-on 22:00/switch-off 05:00
USER PARAMETERS
OK
ERROR
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First of all the current day and time must be set using the “current day and time adjustment” sequence to
give a reference to the function itself.
To switch programming on press 3, hold it down and press 5 and then release both keys together. Move
using key 5 until a flashing “0” appears on display D2.
The following table gives all weekly programmer function parameters.
Parameter
Display D2
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
Adjustment
Keys
Act. /deact. weekly programmer
2 or 3
Time 1st switch-on
2 or 3
Time 1st switch-off
2 or 3
Ign./switch-off consents for the various days 2 or 3
Installer parameter
2 or 3
Time 2nd switch-on
2 or 3
Time 2nd switch-off
2 or 3
Ign./switch-off consents for the various days 2 or 3
Time 3rd switch-on
2 or 3
Time 3rd switch-off
2 or 3
Ign./switch-off consents for the various days 2 or 3
Function
Value
Display D1
ON/OFF
OFF or from 00:00 to 23:50
OFF or from 00:00 to 23:50
ON/OFF 1, ON/OFF 2, ... ON/OFF 7
00
OFF or from 00:00 to 23:50
OFF or from 00:00 to 23:50
ON/OFF 1, ON/OFF 2, ... ON/OFF 7
OFF or from 00:00 to 23:50
OFF or from 00:00 to 23:50
ON/OFF 1, ON/OFF 2, ... ON/OFF 7
Confirmation
Key
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
1
Let’s suppose that the weekly programmer function is to be used and 3 time periods are to be used in the
following way:
1st time span: from 08:00 to 12:00 every day of the week excluding Saturday and Sunday
2nd time span: from 15:00 to 22:00 only Saturday and Sunday
3rd time span: not used
Let’s set the weekly programmer.
Parameter 0 (D2=0(flashing); D1=ON)
Use buttons 2 and 3 to activate the weekly programmer by setting the value at ON.
Parameter 1 (D2=1(flashing); D1=E.g. “08:00”)
Use buttons 2 or 3 to set “08:00”, which corresponds to the switch-on time of the 1st time span. To confirm
and continue programming, press button 5.
Press button 4 to go back to the previous parameter.
Parameter 2 (D2=2(flashing); D1=E.g. “12:00”)
Use buttons 2 or 3 to set “12:00:”, which corresponds to the switch-off time of the 1st time span. To confirm
and continue programming, press button 5.
Press button 4 to go back to the previous parameter.
Parameter 3 (D2=3 (flashing); D1=OFF 1)
Activate the first time span for every day of the week except Saturday and Sunday. To do this use keys 2
and 3 in the following way:
a. key 3 - scroll the various days
b. key 2 - enable/disable (ON/OFF) the 1st time span for that day
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Example:
Day
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
SATURDAY
SUNDAY
Initial value
OFF 1
OFF 2
OFF 3
OFF 4
OFF 5
OFF 6
OFF 7
Function key 2
OFF 1 to ON 1 and vice versa
OFF 2 to ON 2 and vice versa
OFF 3 to ON 3 and vice versa
OFF 4 to ON 4 and vice versa
OFF 5 to ON 5 and vice versa
OFF 6 to ON 6 and vice versa
OFF 7 to ON 7 and vice versa
Final value
OFF 1(time deactivated)
OFF 2(time deactivated)
OFF 3(time deactivated)
OFF 4(time deactivated)
OFF 5(time deactivated)
ON 6(time active)
ON 7(time active)
Function key 3
Go to next day
Go to next day
Go to next day
Go to next day
Go to next day
Go to next day
Go to next day
To confirm and continue programming, press button 5.
Press button 4 to go back to the previous parameter.
Parameter 4 (D2=4 (flashing); D1=00)
N.B. This parameter is reserved for the after-sales service and must not be modified.
Parameter 5 (D2=5 (flashing); D1=E.g. “15:00”)
Use buttons 2 or 3 to set “15:00”, which corresponds to the switch-on time of the 2nd time span. To confirm
and continue programming, press button 5.
Press button 4 to go back to the previous parameter.
Parameter 6 (D2=6 (flashing); D1=E.g. “22:00”)
Use buttons 2 or 3 to set “22:00”, which corresponds to the switch-off time of the 2nd time span. To confirm
and continue programming, press button 5.
Press button 4 to go back to the previous parameter.
Parameter 7 (D2=7(flashing); D1=E.g. “OFF 1”)
Activate the second time span only Saturday and Sunday. To do this use keys 2 and 3 in the following
way:
a. key 3 - scroll the various days
b. key 2 - enable/disable (ON/OFF) the 1st time span for that day
Example:
Day
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
SATURDAY
SUNDAY
Initial value
OFF 1
OFF 2
OFF 3
OFF 4
OFF 5
OFF 6
OFF 7
Function key 2
OFF 1 to ON 1 and vice versa
OFF 2 to ON 2 and vice versa
OFF 3 to ON 3 and vice versa
OFF 4 to ON 4 and vice versa
OFF 5 to ON 5 and vice versa
OFF 6 to ON 6 and vice versa
OFF 7 to ON 7 and vice versa
Final value
OFF 1(time deactivated)
OFF 2(time deactivated)
OFF 3(time deactivated)
OFF 4(time deactivated)
OFF 5(time deactivated)
ON 6(time active)
ON 7(time active)
Function key 3
Go to next day
Go to next day
Go to next day
Go to next day
Go to next day
Go to next day
Go to next day
To confirm and continue programming, press button 5.
Press button 4 to go back to the previous parameter.
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Parameter 8 (D2=8 (flashing); D1=E.g. “OFF”)
Set at “off ” using buttons 2 or 3, which is found before the time “00:00”, in a way to disable the switch-on of
the 3rd time period.
To confirm and continue programming, press button 5.
Press button 4 to go back to the previous parameter.
Parameter 9 (D2=9 (flashing); D1=E.g. “OFF”)
Set at “OFF” using buttons 2 or 3, which is found before the time “00:00”, in a way to disable the switch-off
of the 3rd time period.
To confirm and continue programming, press button 5.
Press button 4 to go back to the previous parameter.
Parameter A (D2=A (flashing); D1=E.g. “OFF 1”)
At this point the values introduced in this parameter have no value as the ignition and switch-off of the 3rd
time period have been disabled.
To confirm and continue programming, press button 5.
Press button 4 to go back to the previous parameter.
Press button 1 to escape.
Nota bene: The relative indicator light on the control board will switch on when the weekly
programmer is active (see display table description).
TO DEACTIVATE THE WEEKLY PROGRAMMER enter user programming by pressing key 3 and holding,
press key 5, a flashing “0” will appear on display D2. Set “off ” in the display D1 using keys 2 and 3. Then press
key 1 to confirm and escape.
The manual controls, from the display or remote control, always remain priority with respect to
programming.
DAY-NIGHT TEMPERATURE FUNCTION
The day-night temperature function allows to switch the appliance on/off automatically on the basis of
two pre-selected temperatures.
This is very useful when the stove exceeds the room thermostat setting (e.g. due to between-season
conditions or over-sized stove with respect to the room).
The system allows to set one temperature during the day and another one during the night.
First of all the current day and time must be set using the current day and time adjustment sequence to
give a reference to the function itself.
To access the day-night temperature function parameters, press 3, hold it down and press 5 and then
release both keys together: once entered, press button 5 and move to parameter b (D2=ut b).
Parameter b (D2=b; D1=E.g. “06:00”)
Using buttons 2 and 3 it allows to adjust the day time start/night time end.
To confirm and continue programming, press button 5.
Parameter c (D2=C; D1=E.g. “22:00”)
Using buttons 2 and 3 it allows to adjust the day time end/night time start.
To confirm and continue programming, press button 5.
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Parameter d (D2=D; D1=E.g. “25°C”)
Using buttons 2 and 3 it allows to adjust the day time maximum temperature.
To confirm and continue programming, press button 5.
Parameter E (D2=E; D1=E.g. “20°C”)
Using buttons 2 and 3 it allows to adjust the night time maximum temperature.
To confirm and continue programming, press button 1.
Once exiting the programming, to activate/deactivate the function press 4, hold it down and press 5 and
then release both keys together.
The relative luminous indicator will appear/disappear on the control board (see display table
description).
The various parameters must only be set with the stove off!
Summary table
Display D1
06:00
22:00
25°C
20°C
Display D2
B
C
D
E
Function
Start of day time/end of night time
End of day time/start of night time
Day time max. temperature
Night time max. temperature
Once the function is activated the machine must be ignited using key 1.
When the stove switches off due tot he maximum temperature reached, “DOFF” will appear on display D1.
The stove switches back on automatically when the room temperature lowers by 3°C with respect to the
maximum temperature set.
E.g.
State of the stove – DOFF
Maximum temperature set - 25°C
When the room temperature falls below 22°C (25 – 3 = 22 °C), the stove will re-start automatically.
The stove can only re-ignite from the “DOFF” state and not from the “OFF” state.
The manual controls, from the display or remote control, always remain priority with respect to
programming.
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PELLET FEED ADJUSTMENT
If the stove has functioning problems owing to the quantity of pellets, adjust pellet feeding directly from
the control board.
The problems correlated tot he amount of fuel can be divided into 2 categories:
LACK OF FUEL:
™ the stove can never develop a suitable flame, tending to remain very low even at high powers.
™ at minimum power the stove tends to almost switch off taking the stove into alarm conditions “NO
PELL”.
™ when the stove displays the “NO PELL” alarm, there may be non-burned pellets inside the brazier.
EXCESS FUEL:
™ the stove develops a very high flame even at low power.
™ the panoramic glass is very dirty, obscuring it almost totally.
™ the brazier tends to become encrusted, blocking the holes for air intake due to the excessive pellet
feed, as it is only burned partially.
If the problem occurs after only a few months working, check that routine cleaning stated in the
stove booklet, has been carried out correctly.
The regulation to be performed is a percentage. Therefore a modification of this parameter will lead to a
proportional variation of all stove feeding speeds.
To access the percentage adjustment of pellet feeding, enter the user programming by pressing key 3 and,
holding this down, press key 5.
At this point use key 5 to move within the menu until a flashing “F” appears on display D2.
If, inadvertently, progress is made beyond this parameter, exit using key 1 and repeat the operation. The
value “00”will appear on display D1: keys 2 and 3 can be used to adjust the percentage increase/decrease
desired by 5 points per time (the parameter can be varied with a maximum travel from –50 to +50).
Adjustment table
LACK OF
FUEL
EXCESS
FUEL
Increase the percentage value by 5 points and try the stove with the new
calibration for at least half an hour. If the problem is attenuated, but not solved,
increase by another 5 points. Repeat the operation until the problem is solved.
If the problem cannot be resolved, contact the after-sales service.
Decrease the percentage value by 5 points and try the stove with the new
calibration for at least half an hour. If the problem is attenuated, but not solved,
decrease by another 5 points. Repeat the operation until the problem is solved.
If the problem cannot be resolved, contact the after-sales service.
When the adjustment has been made, press button 1 to conform and escape.
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Chapter 11
CLEANING
Maintenance operations guarantee correct functioning of the product through time.
Failure to comply with these operations can jeopardise the safety of the product.
CLEANING THE BRAZIER
The brazier must be cleaned every day.
™ remove the brazier from the relevant
compartment and free the holes using the
appropriate fire irons supplied (see figure 59)
™ remove the ash from the brazier using a suction
device
™ suck the ash deposited in the brazier
compartment
ATTENTION!!!
Removal of the divider jeopardises the safety of
the product and leads to the immediate voiding
of the warranty period. In the case of wear or
deterioration request after-sales assistance for
replacement of the part (replacement that is not
under guarantee as the component is subject to
wear).
figure 12
Knobs
USING THE SCRAPERS
Cleaning of the heat exchangers allows to guarantee
constant heat output through time. This type of
maintenance must be performed at least once a day.
To do this, just use the relevant scrapers positioned
in the upper part of the stove, making upward
movements and vice versa several times.
To make the operation easier make the movement
simultaneously for both rods.
figure 13
CLEANING THE ASH COLLECTOR TRAYS
The ash collector trays, positioned at the sides of
the brazier, must be emptied when required using a
suction device.
figure 14
CLEANING
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CLEANING THE HEAT EXCHANGER
(MONTHLY)
The heat exchangers chamber must be cleaned every
month as the soot deposited on the rear of the cast
iron hearth wall blocks the regular flow of fumes.
To access the heat exchangers, remove the central
piece from the hearth wall, following the operations
described below:
™ Remove the brazier from its location
™ Manually rotate the 2 lockbolts, shown in figures
63 and 64, outwards.
™ Hold the extractable cast iron and pull it
downwards.
™ Finally, slide it from the combustion chamber by
pulling it towards yourself, paying attention to the
2 lateral cast iron hooks below.
Once the heat exchanger compartment can be
accessed use the supplied fire irons to remove
and scrape the soot deposited and only then use
the suction device to completely remove the ash
(figure 66). When cleaning has been completed, reposition the extractable cast iron with the opposite
movement used to remove it. When the hearth wall
has been positioned, turn the lockbolt to take it to its
original position.
figure 18
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LOCKBOLT
RIGHT ASH
DRAWER
LEFT ASH
DRAWER
figure 15
figure 17
figure 16
figure 19
CLEANING
Chapter 11
DOOR, ASH DRAWER AND BRAZIER GASKETS
The gaskets guarantee the tightness of the stove and its consequent good functioning.
These must be checked regularly: if they should be worn or damages they must be replaced immediately.
These operations must be carried out by an authorised technician.
For correct functioning, the stove must undergo routine maintenance by an authorised
technician, at least once a year.
If the power supply cable is damaged, it must be replaced by the after-sales service or by a similarly qualified
person, so as to avoid al risks.
CONNECTION TO THE FLUE
Suck and clean the pipe that leads to the flue yearly or anytime that it is necessary. If there are horizontal
tracts the residues must be removed before they can obstruct flue passage.
NON-CLEANING jeopardises safety.
CLEANING
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PRODUCT DISPLAY TABLES
SIGNALS
Signals
Display
Solution
HOT
LOU
When the stove switches off (normal or caused by
A new ignition is attempter when the stove has an alarm) it is necessary to wait until it cools down
just been switched off (normal switch-off or completely, therefore clean the brazier.
caused by an alarm).
The stove can only be re-ignited when these
operations have been performed.
Function not available for this product.
Function not available for this product.
Function not available for this product.
Function not available for this product.
T ON
Function not available for this product.
ATTE
STBY
DOFF
HOFF
RAF / BLAC OUT
PUL
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Reason
Function not available for this product.
In this mode the machine can be switched on/off
using an additional thermostat (see “Mechanical
Stove off waiting for re-ignition.
thermostat function in energy saving mode”).
To exclude the following function just raise the
room temperature using button 3.
To exclude the re-ignition of the stove due to the
“Day-night temperature function” just hold button
Stove off due to “Day-night temperature function”
1 down for 3 seconds, taking the stove to OFF.
and in Stand-by to re-ignite.
To exclude the function completely, press button
4 and, holding it down, press 5.
Check the correct functioning of the hydraulic
plant. On lowering of the water temperature (5°
The temperature of the water has exceeded the below the set threshold) the machine will re-start
set threshold by more than 5°C.
in automatic mode.
To exclude any stove re-ignition just hold down
button 1 for 3 seconds, taking the stove to off.
After the complete switch-off cycle the stove will
No current on the main power supply.
re-ignite automatically.
The automatic brazier cleaning is performed at
pre-established intervals of continued working.
Automatic brazier cleaning is in progress.
The automatic cleaning does not start if the stove
is in 1st power.
PRODUCT DISPLAY TABLES
Chapter 12
ALARMS
Signals
Display
FUM FAIL
FUMI TC
HIGH TEMP
DEPR FAIL
NO ACC
NO ACC
BLAC OUT
NO PELL
HIGHT H2O
ATTE +
ALLARME
NR. TELEFONO
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Reason
Solution
It is on in the presence of one of the alarms described below
and is accompanied by the relative signal in display D1, which
Indicates the presence of an alarm
identifies the cause. To reset the alarm, just hold key 1 down
for 3 seconds when the stove is completely cold.
Fault correlated to the flue exhaust The restoration operations must be carried out by an
motor.
authorised technician.
The restoration operations must be carried out by an
Fault correlated to the flue probe
authorised technician.
Adjust pellet flow (see “Pellet feed adjustment”).
Excessive pellet feed.
Other restoration operations must be carried out by an
authorised technician.
The door is not closed correctly.
Check hermetic door closure.
The ash drawer is not closed
Check cleanliness of the flue pipe and the combustion
correctly.
chamber.
The depression sensor is faulty.
Other restoration operations must be carried out by an
The combustion chamber is dirty.
authorised technician.
The flue exhaust pipe is blocked.
Check for the presence of pellets in the feed-box.
Adjust pellet flow (see “Pellet feed adjustment”).
The pellet feed-box is empty.
Check the procedures described in the “Ignition” chapter.
Pellet feed calibration in adequate.
Other restoration operations must be carried out by an
authorised technician.
Take the stove to off conditions using key 1 and repeat the
procedure described in the “Ignition” chapter.
No current during the ignition phase
Other restoration operations must be carried out by an
authorised technician.
The pellet feed-box is empty.
Check for the presence of pellets in the feed-box.
No pellet feed.
Adjust pellet flow (see “Pellet feed adjustment”).
The motor reducer does not feed Other restoration operations must be carried out by an
pellets.
authorised technician.
Check the hydraulic plant pressure.
Insufficient plant pressure.
Bleed the air from the plant.
Presence of air in the system.
Other restoration operations must be carried out by an
The circulation pump is blocked.
authorised technician.
Every time the stove displays one of the alarms listed above it
will switch-off automatically.
Attempt to release the alarm with The stove will block any release attempt during this phase,
stove still in cooling mode
showing the alarm itself and ATTE alternately on the display.
The alarm can only be released using button 1 when it switchoff has been completed.
During the display of an alarm, the type of alarm detected
and the telephone number of the After-sales Centre will flash
Telephone number display.
alternatively.
If the number has not been introduced the display will show
hyphens.
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LUMINOUS INDICATORS
Signals
Display
Reason
It indicates
functioning
weekly
Solution
programmer
It is on when the weekly programmer is active.
For all settings relative to the following function see the
“Weekly programmer” function.
It is on/off when the room temperature is below/above the
It indicates the Room thermostat set threshold.
function
To modify the temperature threshold, use keys 2 and 3 during
normal functioning.
It is on when the Day-night temperature function is active.
To enable/disable the Day-night temperature function just
It indicates the Day-night temperature
press button 4, and holding it down, press button 5. For all
function
settings relative to the following function, see the Day-night
temperature function paragraph.
It is on when the electrode is deactivated.
It indicates deactivation of the ignition
To restore the functioning of the component, contact an
electrode
authorised technician.
It indicates functioning of the flue It is on when the flue exhaust motor is active.
motor
If it flashes, contact an authorised technician.
It is on/off when the pellet feed motor is activated/
It indicates functioning of the pellet deactivated.
feed motor
During normal functioning the following indicator switches
on flashing.
It indicates functioning
tangential fan
of
the
It is on/off when the tangential fan is activated/deactivated.
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
It indicates pump functioning
It is on when the circulation pump is active.
Every time a key is pressed on the remote control the indicator
must switch on.
It indicates the communication If the indicator is always on it indicates that the communication
between remote control and stove
between remote control and stove is blocked.
To restore the functioning of the component, contact an
authorised technician.
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Chapter 13
WARRANTY
EXTRAFLAME S.p.A. is the owner of the rights described by Legislative Decree no. 24 of 2 February 2002,
and the following warranty does not alter such rights.
This warranty offered by Extraflame S.p.A., based in Montecchio Precalcino (VI), Italy, in Via dell’Artigianato,
10, covers all the parts of the stoves supplied by Extraflame S.p.A., and includes repair or replacement, free
of charge, of any faulty part, if:
™ the defect is detected within 2 YEARS from delivery date and is reported to an Extraflame Technical
Assistance Centre within 2 months of its detection;
™ an Extraflame Technical Assistance Centre acknowledges the problem as a defect.
If necessary interventions by an Extraflame Technical Assistance Centre are covered by the warranty
certificate, they shall be provided free of charge.
WARRANTY CONDITIONS
The warranty is considered valid on condition that:
1. the appliance is installed by an authorized technician according to the requirements stated in the
booklets provided with the products and to current norms;
2. the customer sends the warranty card, entirely filled in and validated by the vendor or by an Extraflame
Technical Assistance Centre;
3. the warranty certificate, filled in and including the purchase receipt, is duly kept and presented to
Extraflame Technical Assistance Centre personnel in case of intervention.
The warranty is not considered valid if:
1. the warranty conditions above have not been respected.
2. installation has not been carried out according to norms and to the requirements stated in the
booklets.
3. fault is due to client’s negligence or failure to perform maintenance operations.
4. electric and/or hydraulic plants are not compliant with current norms.
5. damage is due to atmospheric, chemical, electrochemical agents, to improper use of the product, to
alterations or tampering with the product, to inefficiency and/or inadequacy of the flue and/or other
causes not due to product manufacture.
6. damage is caused by normal corrosion phenomena or typical deposit found in heating plants (condition
applies for water products only).
7. damage is caused by using non original parts or by interventions carried out by technical personnel not
authorised by Extraflame S.p.A.
8. the stove has been used improperly or negligently.
9. damage is caused by transport. It is therefore advisable to accurately check the goods upon delivery and
to immediately report to the vendor in case of damage, writing a note on the transport document and
on the copy kept by the carrier.
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Extraflame S.p.A. is not liable for any direct or indirect damage to persons, things or pets caused by failure
to follow the indications in this booklet or the current norms regarding installation and maintenance of
the appliance.
The warranty excludes:
™ Seals, all the ceramic and tempered glass parts, casings and grills in cast iron or Ironker, painted,
chromed, or gilded parts, the majolica ceramics, the handles and electrical cables.
™ Chromatic variations, tiny cracks in the glaze, and slight dimensional differences in the majolica parts
shall not constitute reasons for claims, as they are natural characteristics of these materials.
™ Building works.
™ For thermo-products: the parts of the plumbing system not supplied by EXTRAFLAME S.p.A..
™ The heat exchanger is not covered by warranty in case no suitable anti-condensation circuit is present
(water products only).
™ The warranty excludes any calibrations or adjustments of the product based on the type of fuel or the
type of installation.
Further clauses
If any defective or malfunctioning part is found during normal use of the appliance, the part shall be
replaced free of charge by the vendor from which the appliance was purchased, or at our local Technical
Assistance Centre.
For products sold outside Italy, such problems shall also be solved free of charge, with the exception of
particular conditions agreed during negotiation with our external dealer.
The warranty is not extended if parts are replaced.
No compensation is acknowledged for the period of inefficiency of the product.
This is the only valid warranty and no-one is authorised to supply others in the name of or on behalf of
EXTRAFLAME S.p.A.
Advised testing (to be paid for)
Extraflame advises a functional testing to be carried out by an Extraflame Authorised Technical Assistance
Centre, which will supply all information necessary for correct usage.
SERVICE UNDER WARRANTY
The service request must be forwarded to the vendor.
RESPONSIBILITY
EXTRAFLAME S.p.A. shall not be liable for any direct or indirect damage caused by or depending on the
product.
COMPETENT COURT
For any controversy, the competent court shall be the court of Vicenza, Italy.
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Notas
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