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CROSSLEE G443CHELTENHAM
Owner's Manual


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CHECKING OPERATION OF FIRE Purge the air from the appliance by rotating the control to the ignition position, push the control to allow the air in the pipework to be purged, push the piezo to ignite the Oxy/pilot. Check that the electrode is sparking between the tip of the thermocouple and continue until a pilot flame has been established. Depress the control knob slightly and rotate anti-clockwise until the index symbol is aligned with the small flame symbol on the indicator label, release and allow the appliance to run for a period of 2 minutes. Prior to carrying out the spillage test, rotate the control knob to the high position (large flame symbol) and check that the flame picture is satisfactory, i.e. the gas rate increases and is evenly spread. Turn off the appliance and allow the coals to cool, connect a manometer to the pressure test point at the inlet elbow, turn the gas on and check for gas soundness. Re-light the fire and check for the correct inlet pressure (i.e. 20mbar +/-1mbar) and refit the pressure test point screw. Turn the gas control to the OFF position, wait for 90 seconds, fully depress the gas control, turn to ignition position and release the control. Attempt to light the pilot with an already prepared match or taper. If the pilot ignites it would indicate the FSD is faulty - the gas valve must be changed. SPILLAGE CHECK The spillage check must be carried out with the Controls Cover, Fender and Canopy removed. Light the appliance and set to the (max) large flame position and leave to warm up for 5 minutes. Check for satisfactory clearance of combustion products by inserting a smoke match 10mm down from the top of the cut-out in the R hand side of the front coal moulding as shown in fig 17. All the smoke must be drawn into the flue. If spillage occurs, allow a further 10 minutes. Should spillage still occur, examine the chimney for the fault and rectify. The test should be repeated if an extractor fan is situated in the room. If there is a connected room, the test should be repeated with all the doors in that room opened. If there is still any evidence of spillage then there is a fault with the chimney. Disconnect the fire and seek advice from an expert. Position the wrap around fender with the L&R hand ends located in the slots in the side covers and secure at the front with two screws viewed through the front aperture, tighten the top two screws of the side covers. Slide the canopy down over the top of the appliance with the top flange of the canopy behind the top lip of the appliance. Align the fixing holes under the L&R hand sides of the canopy with those in the side covers and secure with the two wing screws provided, see figs 15 & 16. Demonstrate the lighting and extinguishing procedures to the user and place the controls cover in front of the appliance. ADVISE THAT: The curing effect of heating the coals will cause an initial odour. The appliance is fitted with an Oxy/pilot to monitor spillage of products into the room. If there is a spillage of products into the room the pilot flame will lift causing the FFD to shut off the gas supply to the appliance, should this occur it will not be possible to re-light the pilot flame until a normal air supply has been established. If this occurrence is repeated the Flue and the appliance must be examined and the fault rectified. Any debris or soot is cleaned from the appliance. Advise the customer that they should read their Users Instructions before operating the fire and always follow the advice in the section headed âRemoval of Debris or Soot Depositsâ. The appliance must be serviced annually by a competent person in accordance with these instructions and the appliance is checked for spillage in accordance with the method detailed in these instructions. The canopy and glass front panel can be removed for cleaning purposes as follows: Remove the two wing bolts under the rear edges of the canopy and lift off the canopy - Fig 16. Remove the four wing bolts securing the glass front panel top fixing bracket and lift the glass panel assembly vertically out of the bottom retaining brackets and decorative side panels. The glass panel can be cleaned with a proprietary glass cleaner. Replace the glass panel in reverse order of removal ensuring a panel is correctly located in the bottom retaining brackets. Page 13

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