Royal Consumer U19023 User Manual


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(Flame System 5)





The Slimline Turbo is a decorative gas fire which incorporates a horizontal flue that has been designed specifically to be used in applications that do not have a conventional chimney or flue but can be located so that the flue can terminate on an outside wall.

The fire is switched `ON’ and `OFF’ from a push button situated on the right hand top corner of the surround and is controlled by a fully modulating thermoselector thermostat. Once the desired room temperature that has been selected by the control has been reached, the gas input to the appliance is automatically reduced to low. The fire has been constructed to enable it to be installed into applications where the warmth and comfort of an open fire and high radiant heat is required. This appliance is intended for decorative purposes, the coal bed uses ceramic simulated coals to give a realistic appearance and to allow secondary air to be entrained into the bed to ensure clean combustion. An aerated single port steel burner is used running parallel across the front of the fire. A Flame Supervision Device (FSD) is fitted to ensure that should the pilot flame be extinguished for any reason, (including turning off the appliance), the gas supply to the burner is cut off until a full lighting sequence is repeated. A battery operated spark generator is used to ignite an Oxy/pilot sensor (O.D.S) which will cause the appliance to 'shut off' in the event of continued spillage occurring under hazardous or blocked flue conditions. The fire bed consists of ceramic fibre components and coals all of that are removable for cleaning purposes when required. It is important when relaying the coal bed and coals to follow the instructions correctly.




G20 only


20 mbar +/- 1 mbar (cold)


Max 6.6 kW (22500 Btu/h)


Min 2.83 kW (9700 Btu/h)


Pilot 0.26 kW (890 Btu/h)


This appliance is intended for decorative purposes, it is designed and manufactured to the relevant requirements of EN 509, BSI S.I.T. 8 and BS 5258 Pt 16 : 1991, it is for use on Natural Gas Only.

Areas of this appliance will become hot after prolonged running and it is recommended that for the protection of the very young, elderly and infirm a fireguard conforming to BS 6539 or BS 6778 be used. Combustible materials should not be put or left on the hearth nor should the coal bed be used to burn rubbish or other materials.

The type of front and fret recommended is shown as Fig 1 in this instruction, it has a perforated fret to allow air to be drawn into the coal bed for combustion and over the controls for cooling purposes. If other fronts and frets are to be used they must have a minimum open area in the fret of 50 sq. cms and 60 sq. cms in the front.

Additional purpose built ventilation is not required for this appliance in GB only, for Ireland (IE) ventilation is required with a minimal cross sectional area of 100 sq. cms and should be checked regularly to ensure that it is free from obstruction. It must be fitted in accordance with the rules in force.

Care must be taken on the selection of wall coverings within close proximity of the fire as some vinyl and embossed materials may be 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 carpets etc.

This appliance is fitted with an Oxy-pilot, which in the event of the flue being blocked or hazardous conditions exists which causes the appliance to spill products of combustion, will shut `OFF' the gas supply. If when the fire is relit the sequence is repeated the appliance must be turned 'OFF' and not used until expert advice has been obtained.

In very strong wind conditions the fan may be heard to increase in speed, this is not detrimental to the operation of the appliance, as the increase is to extract those products that may be prevented leaving the flue by the wind. Exceptionally the fire may shut down and require relighting due to a sustained strong gust.

The curing effect of heating the coals will cause an initial odour which, although not harmful, may require additional ventilation until the odour has disappeared.

This product uses fuel effect pieces, gaskets and insulation material containing Refractory Ceramic Fibre (RCF), which are manmade 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.

This fire will run for 4.4 hours on one therm of gas with the gas control on the high setting.



Side. Minimum clearance required to any combustible material to the side of the appliance must be 150mm.

Shelves. Minimum clearance to the underside of a 150mm deep combustible shelf from the hearth must be 790mm, add 12.5mm to this dimension for every 25mm increase in the depth of the shelf.

To light the appliance

Press down the control button at the right top corner of the surround. The fan should be heard to start initially on high speed and then reducing to low speed, a spark will be heard and the gas will light at the pilot positioned at the centre of the front simulated coal (if a spark is not heard - check battery). Hold for a period of 10-15 seconds and release - the main burner will light.

A taper may light the appliance by placing the lit taper over the coal front at the approximate centre position and pressing the control button. See Fig 1.

The thermoselector control situated behind the ashpan cover (fret) is to be set to a position which maintains the room at the desired comfort level, i.e. the higher the control setting the higher the mean temperature of the room. Adjustments to this control will take time for the effect in the room to be apparent.

To turn off the appliance and pilot - lift the control button.

IMPORTANT: After turning OFF or if the pilot and the appliance goes out for any reason, wait for three minutes before attempting to relight.

Dismantling the Fire Bed for Cleaning

Allow the appliance to cool for 1 hour before handling any components.

Remove the loose coals, lift off the simulated coal front, and remove the coal support shelf. Once all the fibre components have been removed from the firebed check that no debris has fallen in or lodged the burner slots. If any debris is present it may be easily removed by using a small piece of thin cardboard to ease out any foreign matter. Be sure to remove the cardboard after use. Any sooty deposits or debris left on the coals may be removed by using a soft brush or by careful use of a vacuum cleaner. . 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. Any sooty deposit on the thermocouple probe can be cleaned of using a non-fluffy cloth.

It is very important that the coals and the coal bed components are laid as shown no extra coals or material may be used. If any of the items become lost or damaged, replacements must be obtained before further use of the appliance.

Relaying the Coal Bed

Fit the coal support shelf and simulated coal front. Fig 2

Referring to figures 2, 3 and 4 lay the coals as follows:

1.Place 4 large round coals between the simulated coal front and the support shelf. Fig 3

2.Place 3 round coals between the gaps in the front row. Fig 3

3.Place the 5 small round coals between the gaps formed in the coals laid in 1 & 2 above. Fig 4

Cleaning the Front of the Appliance

The fire must be turned off and allowed to cool. The paintwork should be cleaned with a soft cloth or soapy water; the brass trim has a clear lacquer coating to preserve the polished finish. DO NOT USE ABRASIVES OR METAL POLISH.


Spares and Service

For spares and service contact your local supplier, installer or direct to the manufacturer stating that the appliance is a Slimline Turbo and quote the serial number from the data label located on the fascia panel.

If the fire fails to light and no spark is heard - in the first instance a replacement battery should be obtained and fitted. To replace battery, remove the heat shield protecting the unit and slide battery forward. Ensure -ve connection is uppermost on the replacement and slide into the connector receptacles.

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

Short Parts List



Crosslee Pt No

Coal Support Shelves


Front Simulated Coal


Fibre Back


Set of Coals


9 volt Battery PP3S




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Supplier’s Name .....................................................................................................


and Address ......................................................................................................


Date of Purchase .................................

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Please return these details with any components returned under guarantee.

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

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