Royal Consumer U19019 G20, U19019 G20 User Manual

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USERS INSTRUCTIONS

THIS CAT I2H APPLIANCE IS FOR USE ON NATURAL GAS G20 AT A SUPPLY PRESSURE OF 20 mbar GB and IE

HAND THESE INSTRUCTIONS TO THE USER

DESCRIPTION

The Royal Cheltenham glass fronted high efficiency live fuel effect inset gas fire has been developed from the successful Royal Cozyfires LFE using much of the technology and components used in the manufacture of this appliance.

The fuel bed has a realistic coal effect utilizing ceramic ‘coals’ and coal bed that allows secondary air to be entrained into the bed for clean combustion. The burner is an aerated twin ported steel burner running parallel across the front of the fire. The gas control fitted has a variable high to low setting and includes the added protection of a flame supervision device. A separate piezo igniter used to ignite an Oxy/pilot device to prevent continued spillage occurring under hazardous flue conditions.

The installation must be carried out by a competent person in accordance with the relevant British Standards, Codes of Practice and Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations 1994 or the rules in force. Failure to install an appliance correctly could lead to prosecution.

Before the appliance is installed, the installer must check that all the requirements for the flue are satisfied and that the chimney is sound and clean, and that it has been swept prior to installation.

IMPORTANT NOTES

FIREGUARD The glass window on this gas fire is manufactured to the requirements of BS 1945 1971, and satisfies the Heating Appliances (fireguards) (safety) Regulations 1991. The Royal Cheltenham is a heating appliance and as such some areas of the appliance will become hot. It is recommended that a fireguard to BS 6539 1984, is used for the protection of young children, the elderly and the infirm.

THIS APPLIANCE IS FITTED WITH SPECIAL HEAT RESISTING GLASS PANELS, IF ANY PANEL IS DAMAGED THE FIRE MUST NOT BE USED AND A REPLACEMENT SPARE PANEL MUST BE OBTAINED TO CARRY OUT THE REPAIR.

It is very important that the warm air outlet grilles are not obstructed or used for drying towels etc.

When the fire is new, an initial odour may be detected. This is due to certain materials used during the manufacture of the fibre components, increase the ventilation to the room during the initial burn-in.

The stainless steel used for the construction of the combustion chamber may become discoloured (blued). This is due to the temperatures and does not detract from the effectiveness of the fire.

This product uses fuel effect pieces, gaskets and insulation material containing Refractory Ceramic Fibre (RCF), which are man-made vitreous silicate fibres. Excessive exposure to these materials may cause temporary irritation to eyes, skin and respiratory tract, consequently, it makes sense to take care when handling these articles to ensure that the release of dust is kept to a minimum.

Care must be taken on the selection of the wall coverings within close proximity of the fire as some vinyl’s and embossed materials may become discoloured by convected heat. Soft furnishings must be kept clear from the radiant heat of the fire and from impinging the hearth area. The hearth must not be covered by any combustible materials such as carpet, etc.

It is recommended that the appliance is serviced annually by a competent person, the flue checked for satisfactory clearance of combustion products and that there is no excessive build-up of soot. An inspection should be made for any build-up of soot or debris falling behind the unit that could prevent products of combustion being drawn into the flue.

Any existing or purpose built ventilation must be kept clear and free from obstruction.

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TECHNICAL DATA

 

 

Heats Input Rates: High Setting

5.42 kW

18,500 Btu/h (Gross)

Low Setting

2.34 kW

8,000 Btu/h

This fire will run for 5.4 hours on one therm of gas on high setting.

LOCATION OF COMBUSTIBLE SHELVES

ABOVE FIRE

SIDE OF FIRE

Min. Height of 150mm deep shelf above hearth = 830mm

Min. Dimension from outer edge of fire to a combustible surface of 150mm depth is 100mm.

When the shelf depth is increased by increments of 12.5mm, add 25mm to the height above fire.

TO LIGHT APPLIANCE (see Fig 1)

Remove the Fret (controls cover) to gain access.

Press and turn the gas control knob anticlockwise until the indicator is opposite IGN. Keep the gas control fully depressed.

Press and release the igniter button until the Oxy/pilot flame situated on the left-hand side of the burner has lit. Keep the gas control depressed for a further 10 to 15 seconds.

Release the gas control and check that the pilot flame remains lit. Refer to Fig 3 to view pilot.

Note. For convenience, the unit can be operated with the pilot only, e.g. with the control knob set in the IGN position.

Push in the gas control slightly and turn anticlockwise so that the indicator dot is at the required setting. Replace the Fret (controls cover).

To turn off the appliance and pilot, turn the gas control clockwise from any position - until the indicator dot is opposite OFF.

In the event of the piezo igniter failing, the fire can be lit with a taper or spill. Light the taper and push through the slots below the glass panel in the position shown in fig 2. Push and turn the control knob to the ignition position and keep it pressed for 10 seconds after the Oxy/pilot has lit.

IMPORTANT: After turning the appliance OFF, allow 3 minutes before attempting to relight. Should the Oxy/pilot flame become extinguished and cut off the gas supply to the main burner, allow 3 minutes before attempting to relight, if this re-occurs turn off the appliance and seek expert advice.

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DISMANTLING THE FIRE BED FOR CLEANING (see fig.3, 4 & 5)

Allow the appliance to cool for 1 hour before handling any components. Remove the controls cover and unscrew the two wing screws securing the canopy in place as shown in (fig 3). Lift the canopy off the appliance and place to one side. Support the glass panel and remove the four wing screws securing the glass panel and retaining plate in position and lift clear of the L & R hand corner retaining brackets and upwards clear of the side plates. Should any soot accumulation become excessive, the fuel effect pieces should be removed from the fire for cleaning. Cleaning should be carried out in a well-ventilated area or in the open air, by gently brushing with the pieces held away from your face so that you avoid inhaling the dust. We do not recommend the use of a normal domestic vacuum cleaner, which may blow dust back into the air. Care fully lift off the coals and the coal support shelf, remove the L & R hand side cheeks also the simulated coal front, lift out the two burner inserts, if necessary remove the back panel. Any debris in the burner ports may be removed with a thin piece of card or similar material.

The firebed can now be replaced in the following way. If the back panel has been removed - stand the panel on the support flange behind the two rear legs and stand the L & R hand side cheeks on the side support flanges. Place the coal support shelf with the rebate on the underside, located over the rear flange of the support channel. Place the burner inserts in the channel between the front and rear ports; position the simulated front coal on the shelf with the rebates over the flanges. See Fig 4.

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COAL LAYING INSTRUCTIONS

Lay the four front coals diagonally with the stepped corner sitting on the simulated coal front and the small corner notch at the rear. Lay a further row of four coals behind the front row with stepped corners in the rear corners of the front row, the two centre coals having notches in the rear top corners. Lay two more coals in the notches of the centre two coals. See Fig 5.

Lay the three small coals on the top L&R corners and in the centre of the back row.

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Note: Should any ‘coals’ or the coal bed become damaged, lost or broken, only the correct replacements must be obtained and fitted before the appliance is used. Extra ‘coals’ etc. must not be added to the coal bed. The coal bed must always be assembled as detailed.

This appliance is fitted with an Oxy/pilot the purpose of which is to monitor spillage in the event of a flue blockage or hazardous flue condition. This may cause the oxygen content of the room to become depleted; the flame then becomes extended which allows the thermocouple to cool sufficient to cause the FFD to cut off the supply of gas to the burner. If this occurrence is repeated, the appliance must not be used until a specialist has been consulted.

CLEANING THE FRONT OF THE APPLIANCE AND CLEANING THE WINDOW

The fire must be turned off and allowed to cool for approximately 2 hours. The paintwork should be cleaned with a soft cloth or soapy water. The brass trim can be cleaned with most proprietary brands of metal cleaners although care must be taken not to use abrasive materials. The glass window can be cleaned with most proprietary window cleaners.

To clean the coal bed or the inside of the glass panel refer to 5.1 & 5.2

SPARES AND SERVICE

For spares and service, apply to your local Supplier, Installer or direct to the manufacturer, stating that the appliance is a Royal Cheltenhan. Quote the GC Appliance Number and the Serial Number from the Data Badge located on the front control panel.

Advantage should be taken of regular servicing and inspection of gas appliances to ensure their continued safe operation.

SHORT PARTS LIST

Description

Qty

Crosslee Pt No

GC No

Complete coal & fibre pack

1

 

42203

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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REGISTRATION RECORD

 

Purchaser’s Name

__________________________________________________

and Address

__________________________________________________

 

__________________________________________________

Supplier’s Name

__________________________________________________

and Address

__________________________________________________

 

_________________________________________________

Installer’s name

__________________________________________________

and Address

__________________________________________________

 

__________________________________________________

Date of Purchase

__________________________________________________

Serial Number

__________________________________________________

MAX HEAT INPUT

5.42kW 18500 Btu/h (Gross)

Royal Cozyfires are manufactured by:

CROSSLEE plc Aber Park Industrial Estate,

Aber Road, Flint, Flintshire. CH6 5EX

Spares Tel 01422 203963

Fax: 01422 204475

Service (GSA Ltd.) 01703 516611 Customer Service 01422 200660 Fax 01422 206304

*Technical Help Line 0906 8633268 *Calls charged at 50p per minute

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INSTALLATION AND SERVICING

INSTRUCTIONS

THIS CAT I2H APPLIANCE IS FOR USE ON NATURAL GAS G20 AT A SUPPLY PRESSURE OF 20 mbar GB and IE

HAND THESE INSTRUCTIONS TO THE USER

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