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- 3 - DIMENSIONS Fresh air connection Flue blower

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- 4 - SPARE PART OVERVIEW

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- 5 - SPARE PART OVERVIEW Item Designation Article number 1 Pressing bracket L01441 2 Ash drawer L01447 3 Control panel B15621 4 Angle bracket side casing Z33807 5 Container rear L01503 6 Container cover L01444 7 Shield top Z33806 8 Shield bottom B16056 9 Flat sealing cord 8x2 self-adhesive 103693 10 Round sealing cord D12 100485 11 Double spherical catch 110461 12 Grommet 111730 13 Front cover Z33788 14 Front door Z33688 Front door complete B16055 15 Front door glass Z33701 16 Front carrier Z33796 17 Sensor tube B16053 18 Induced draught blower motor 111581 19 Hanging device BA1 B15868 20...

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- 8 - E N G L I S H TECHNICAL DATA (Figure page 3) TECHNICAL DATA Dimensions (mm) and weights (kg) Height [mm] 990 Width [mm] 520 Depth of the corpus [mm] 559 Weight excluding casing [kg] 134 Weight with steel casing [kg] 154 Weight with ceramic casing [kg] 162 Weight with Rika Thermostein [kg] 222 Flue pipe outlet diameter [mm] 100 Fresh air connection diameter [mm] 50 Heat output range [kW] 2.4 - 9 Room heating capacity depending on house insulation [m³] 50 - 240 Fuel consumption [kg/h] Up to 2.2 Pellet container capacity [kg] 34 Mains connection [V]; [Hz] 230V/50Hz Average electrical...

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- 9 - E N G L I S H 1. IMPORTANT INFORMATION GENERAL WARNING AND SAFETY INFORMATION Observance of the introductory general warning information is imperative . Read the entire manual thoroughly prior to putting the stove into operation. . Only approved transport equipment with sufficient load carrying capacity may be used with your heating appliance. . The burning of fuel releases heat energy that leads to extensive heating of the stove surfaces, doors, door and operating handles, glass, flue pipes and possibly the front wall. Refrain from touching these parts without appropriate protective...

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- 10 - E N G L I S H 2. WHAT ARE PELLETS? Pellets are made from wood waste from sawmills and planning mills as well as from windfall / thinning. This starting product is shredded, dried and pressed to form fuel pellets without any binders. SPECIFICATIONS FOR HIGH-QUALITY PELLETS: This specification does not conform to ÖNORM M 7135 (ash content 0.5% density) Please request tested fuel and a list of monitored fuel manufacturers from your pellet stove dealer. Use of poor quality or non-approved pellet fuel impairs the function of your stove and may lead to lapsing of the warranty, guarantee...

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- 11 - E N G L I S H 3. TECHNOLOGY The technological advances in your new pellet stove are the result of years of testing and practical experience. The practical advantages of your pellet stove are convincing: EASY OPERATION AND OPERATIONAL SAFETY Electronic monitoring and combustion temperature monitoring regulate and control the interaction of flue gas blower, screw conveyor and combustion chamber temperature. This monitoring system ensures optimum combustion and operation status. Your operating input is thus reduced to a minimum – this prevents operating errors with optimum operation....

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- 12 - E N G L I S H 5. INSTALLATION OF THE STOVE GENERAL INFORMATION . The unit must be connected to a chimney approved for solid fuels. The chimney must have a diameter of at least 120 mm. . The smoke extraction system is based on negative pressure in the combustion chamber and a slight excess pressure in the flue gas outlet. Therefore it is important that the flue connection is installed correctly and airtight. Only use heat-resistant sealing materials as well as corresponding sealing strips, heat-resistant silicon and rock wool. Assembly may only be performed by authorised specialist...

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- 13 - E N G L I S H COMBUSTION AIR Every combustion process requires oxygen or air. This combustion air is taken from the living space without an external combustion air connection for single stoves. This air removed must be replaced in the living space. Very tightly sealed windows and doors in modern flats may mean that too little air replaces that used. The situation also becomes problematical due to additional venting in flats (e.g. in the kitchen or WC). If you cannot feed in external combustion air, then air the room several times a day to prevent negative pressure in the room or poor...

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- 14 - E N G L I S H DISASSEMBLY OF REAR SIDE CASING (Figure page 4) 1. Open the container lid (Part 6, page 4-5). 2. Remove the 2 vertical hexagonal head screws that fasten the right rear side casing (Part 64, page 4-5). 3. You can now slightly lift the right rear side casing and remove it. Disassembly of the left rear side casing (Part 62 or 63 – depending on version – page 4-5) is performed analogous to the right rear side casing. 7. OPERATION BASIC INFORMATION The unit may only be put into operation when assembled completely! Your pellet stove is only approved for the burning of wood...

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- 15 - E N G L I S H SIMPLE HEATING OPERATION – EASY MODE – THE FIRST STEPS Your stove is in simple heating mode EASY OFF when delivered in order to ease your start in the world of RIKA pellet stoves. The heat output of the stove can only be increased or reduced in 5 % increments in this mode. As soon as the stove is connected to the socket, the standard display EASY OFF appears. EASY OFF – INACTIVE STATE Key Display Description EASY OFF Standard display for stove switched off in simple heating mode. The output can also be regulated between 30% and 100% with the stove switched off (EASY 30...

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- 16 - E N G L I S H EXTENDED HEATING OPERATION – HEAT MODE – COMFORT FUNCTIONS In addition to the basic functions of simple heating operation, the RIKA pellet stove provides extra comfort functions. However, before you can use the comfort functions such as frost protection, installation of an external room thermostat, regulation of the stove mobile telephone, child safety device, you have to change from simple hating to comfort mode. Comfort functions + Change heat output by pressing the + or – key (change in 5 % increments). Display panel Display of respective operating status Switch...

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