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- 6 - CONTENTS Technical specification and spare parts overview 33 1. IMPORTANT INFORMATION 34 2. WHAT ARE PELLETS? 34 Quality characteristics, storage 34 3. TECHNOLOGY 35 4. AUTOMATIC SAFETY FUNCTIONS Power failure 35 Overheating 35 Low temperature switch off 35 Electrical excess current switch off 35 5. INSTALLING THE STOVE General information 36 Making the chimney connection 36 Method 36 Floor protection 36 Safety distances 36 Electrical connection 37 Combustion air 37 Feed of external combustion air 37 6. FITTING THE PANELLING, OPTIONS General 38 Fitting the aluminium or ceramic side...

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- 7 - 10. CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE Basic Information 48 Cleaning the fire tray 47 Cleaning the grate door glass 47 Cleaning the flue gas channels 47 Cleaning exhaust gas collector 48 Cleaning exhaust gas fan housing 49 Cleaning pellet container 49 Inspecting door seal 49 Checking chimney connection 49 Cleaning air sensor 49 11. FAULTS – CAUSES - SOLUTIONS Error messages control 51 12. APPENDIX Menu navigation for programming of internal control 53 Keyword, abbreviation index 54 EC-Declaration of conformity 55 Commission ing instructions and certificate 56 13 GUARANTEE We guarantee 57...

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- 8 - E N G L I S H TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION (Fig. 1) Efficiency [%] 94,5 CO2 content [%] 10,7 CO emission re. 13% O [mg/Nm3] 74 Dust emissions [mg/Nm3] 22 Exhaust air mass flow [g/s] 5,5 Exhaust air temperature [°C] 100,3 Chimney draft requirement [Pa] 0 The owner of the small heating system or the authorised person for the small heating system must keep the technical documentation in a safe place and present it to the local authority or the chimney sweep if required. 1. PACKAGING Your first impression is important to us! The packaging for your new stove provides excellent protection...

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- 9 - E N G L I S H 1. IMPORTANT INFORMATION GENERAL WARNING AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS The general introductory warning information must be followed. œ Read the whole of the manual thoroughly before commissioning the stove. œ Only approved transport aids with adequate load bearing capacity must be used for transporting your stove. œ Your stove is not suitable for use as a ladder or scaffold. œ Thermal energy is produced by burning fuel; this leads to the surface of the stove, the doors, the door and operating handles, the door glasses, the flue pipes and possibly the front wall of the stove...

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- 10 - E N G L I S H 3. TECHNOLOGY Your new pellet stove is technologically advanced as a result of years of tests in the laboratory and in practice. The practical advantages of your pellet stove are convincing: OPERATING COMFORT – OPERATIONAL RELIABILITY The electronic monitoring device together with a patented “air sensor” controls and regulates the interplay of flue gas fan, conveyor auger, convection fan (optional) and temperature. This monitoring system guarantees an optimum combustion and operating mode. Your operating outlay is reduced to the most necessary - this prevents operating...

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- 11 - E N G L I S H 5. INSTALLING THE STOVE GENERAL INFORMATION The stove must be connected to a chimney that is approved for solid fuels. The chimney must have a diameter of at least 120 mm. The flue system is based on negative pressure in the combustion chamber and a slight overpressure on the flue gas outlet. It is therefore important that the flue gas connection is fitted correctly and is airtight. Only use heat resistant sealing materials, as well as the relevant sealing bands, heat resistant silicon and mineral wool. Only authorised technical personnel must carry out assembly work....

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- 12 - E N G L I S H ELECTRICAL CONNECTION The stove is supplied with an approx. 2.5 m long connecting cable with a plug. The cable must be connected to a 230 V, 50 Hz electrical supply. The average electric power consumption is approx 100 watts during heating. During the automatic ignition process (duration 10 minutes) approx. 350 watts. The connection cable must be laid so that any contact with hot or sharpedged external surfaces on the stove is avoided. COMBUSTION AIR Each combustion procedure requires oxygen or air. As a rule this combustion air is removed from the living area for...

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- 13 - E N G L I S H 6. ASSEMBLY, PANELLING, OPTIONS GENERAL CAUTION: Only work on the stove when the mains plug has been removed from the socket. During assembly do not drop any items (screws) etc. into the fuel container - they can block the conveyor auger and damage the stove. Your stove must be switched off and have cooled down before work is carried out. FITTING THE STEEL OR CERAMIC PANELS (Fig. 6) 1. Remove the cover insert (Fig 7, 63) from the cast cover and remove the two hexagonal screws (Fig 7, 66). Now remove the cast cover from the pellet stove. 2. From above push the side...

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- 14 - E N G L I S H 7. OPERATION BASIC INFORMATION The stove must only be started when fully fitted. Your pellet stove is exclusively for burning pellets made from wood of a controlled quality. Non-pelletised solid fuels (straw, maize, chopped matter etc.) are not permitted. Failure to adhere to these guidelines will make all guarantee and warranty claims null and void and could have a negative effect on the safety of your stove. When operated correctly your pellet stove cannot overheat. Improper operation can however shorten the life expectancy of the electric stove components (fan,...

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- 15 - E N G L I S H 8. DEVICE COMMISSIONING / CONTROL PROGR AMMING / CONTROLOTIONS GENERAL œ Check that the pellet container is full and the combustion chamber is clean and contamination free. CAUTION: During the ignition process the grate door must be closed. The electronic ignition does not work if the grate door is open. When the pellet container of the stove is filled for the first time, no pellets are conveyed to the fire tray for about 10 minutes. You can put a handful of pellets in the fire pan to avoid a new start process. FIRST COMMISSIONING/ PROGRAMME SETTINGS After filling the...

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