Manuale d’uso / di manutenzione del prodotto YM-CL8HB del fabbricante Yeoman
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PM442 Issue 2 (October 2010) IMPORTANT This appliance will become hot whilst in operation, it is therefore recommended that a suitable guard should be used for the protection of young children, the elderly or infirm. Do not attempt to burn rubbish in this appliance.
2 APPLIANCE COMMISSIONING CHECKLIST 3 USER INSTRUCTIONS 4 General Points 4 Using the Appliance for the first time 6 Recommended Fuels 6 Lighting the Appliance 7 Running the Appliance 8 Burning Tips 9 .
3 APPLIANCE COMMISSIONING CHECKLIST To assist us in any guarantee claim please complete the following information:- Retailer appliance was purchased from Name: ...........................................................................................
4 USER INSTRUCTIONS 1. GENERAL POINTS 1.1 Before use of this appliance please read these instructions fully. The appliance must be fitted by a registered installer * , or approved by your local building control officer.
5 USER INSTRUCTIONS 2 PR8857 For Air Controls see the diagram over. Use the tool provided to operate the air controls. Do not place tool on hot surfaces (e.g. top of stove) . Airwash Control CL O S E O P E N Primary Control CL O S E O P E N PR8932 PR8934 DOOR OPERATION 1.
6 USER INSTRUCTIONS WARNING Properly installed, operated and maintained this appliance will not emit fumes into the room. Occasional fumes from de-ashing and refuelling may occur. Persistent fume emission is potentially dangerous and must not be tolerated.
7 USER INSTRUCTIONS 5 — Leave the door slightly open as the fire establishes and the glass warms to avoid the build-up of condensation. — Add larger pieces of wood. Too many logs may smother the fire. Do not load fuel above the log guard and the base of the baffle at the back of the firebox (s ee Diagram 6).
8 USER INSTRUCTIONS 5. RUNNING THE APPLIANCE BURNING WOOD: 5.1 This appliance gives out its heat in two ways: — Directly into the room in which it is fitted through convection and radiation. — Hot water to heat radiators and domestic hot water. The output to hot water varies depending on how quickly the fuel is being burnt.
9 5.8 De-ash the firebed before re-fuelling (see User Instructions, Section 7 ) . Open the Primary Air Control fully to establish a glowing bed before adding new fuel. Burn new fuel at a high temperature (see Diagram 7) for a few minutes before adjusting the Primary Air Control to the desired setting.
10 7. ASH REMOVAL 7.1 Multi-fuel stove Riddle with the tool provided (see Diagram 10). 10 PR8861 Rotate to operate Open Door (see Diagram 11). 11 PR8729 — Using gloves carefully remove ashpan with the tool provided. Heat can remain long after use. — Place the ash into a Stovax Ash Caddy (Stovax Part No.
11 — Fit the plug supplied into the hole where the riddling mechanism is normally located and secure with bolt and clamp (also supplied, see Diagram 15). 15 PR8865 Plug Clamp Bolt — Replace the log bar. 9. EXTENDED BURNING 9.1 It is possible to get the appliance to burn for extended periods of time.
12 Check that the door shuts properly and creates an effective seal. Leaking door seals prevent the appliance working properly. Do not use aerosol sprays near an operating appliance. 13. CLEANING GLASS Kee p th e gl as s cl ean wit h co rr ec t us e of th e Ai rw as h sy ste m and good quality fuel.
13 15. CARE OF STOVE Stovax has a range of cleaning and maintenance products and accessories to keep your appliance in good working order. Your Yeoman retailer can advise you on suitable items for your stove and provide genuine spare parts such as replacement glass and door sealing rope.
14 17.5 All or some of the radiators do not get hot Burning wood Wood is burning too slowly Open up the airwash to make a hotter fire If fitted set the thermostat to a higher setting Burn dryer wood B.
15 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION YEOMAN 1. STANDARD FEATURES • Primary Air (under grate air for full multi-fuel use). • Airwash (for wood burning / clean glass).
16 PR8852 A D E J F G K C B TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION Description A B C D E F (Ø) G H J K L M N Yeoman YM-CL8HB 563 572 363 105 478 153/6" 449 24 441 225 430 224 317 YEOMAN DIMENSIONS All dimensions are in mm (25.
17 1. FLUE OR CHIMNEY 1.1 The flue or chimney system must be in good condition. It must be inspected by a competent person and passed for use with the appliance before installation. Products of combustion entering the room can cause serious health risks.
18 150mm minimum Constructional Hearth 840mm minimum Constructional Hearth 840mm minimum 150mm minimum 150mm minimum 225mm minimum PR8730 SITE REQUIREMENTS 1.
19 SITE REQUIREMENTS WALLS NEXT TO A HEARTH Position of Appliance & Hearth in relation to walls Requirement for the walls Distance of hearth from wall 'C' Distance of Appliance to wall M.
20 PRE-INSTALLATION CHECKS 1. FLUE Model Yeoman YM-CL8HB Flue / Chimney Size Without Liner System Round (diameter) mm 150 inch 6 Without Liner System (square) Minimum Dimension mm 135 inch 5½ With Liner or Factory Made System (diameter) mm 150 mm 6 Flue / Chimney minimum height* m 4.
21 2.6 Extractor fans or cooker hoods must not be placed in the same room or space as this can cause the appliance to emit fumes into the room. 2.7 Increase air supply provisions where a room contains multiple appliances.
22 LEGAL REQUIREMENTS Before installation and/or use of this appliance please read these instructions carefully to ensure that all requirements are fully understood. The appliance must be fitted by a registered installer*, or approved by your local building control officer.
23 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS —Secure with self tapping screw. —Seal the connecting joints. Do not use a 90˚elbow to make this connection. The flue must be installed in accordance with manufacturers instructions. PR8735 Seal Collar with Fire Cement Self tapping screw Tee Size Stovax Part No.
24 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS 3. FITTING AND REMOVAL OF THE BAFFLE No tools are required. 3.1 To maintain efficient combustion the appliance is fitted with a baffle system that allows for secondary combustion (see Diagram 4). 4 PR8885 3.2 First remove the log guard from the stove to give access to the firebox.
25 10 PR8875 To remove Multi-fuel frames: — Lift frames from the front. — Remove right hand side first through the front of the stove. — Repeat for the left hand side. 11 PR8876 — Replace in reverse order. 7 PR8867 Lift bars to remove — Remove Rear Bar (see Diagram 8).
26 6.2 Place the cast top plate feet down on top of the appliance. —Ensure the cast top is flush with the front and sides of the appliance. —For the top flue version, position the cutout over the flue ring. 14 PR8744 Line up edges of cast top plate with the appliance 5.
27 3. Hot Water Cylinder 3.1 The domestic hot water cylinder must be an indirect vented double feed type to meet national standards** and should have a minimum capacity of 117 litres. Houses with more than one bathroom or a separate shower will need a bigger tank.
28 9. Pump Assisted Central Heating 9.1 The most common arrangement is to have a pumped central heating circuit combined with a gravity hot water circuit. This arrangement requires careful balancing of the two in order to avoid the gravity circuit being starved when the pump is running.
29 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS See below typical layout of a fully pumped central heating and hot water circuit. Feed and Expansion Cistern Cold Water Storage Cistern Double Feed indirect cylinder Circu.
30 NOTE - THIS CONDENSATION IS NORMAL DURING FILLING AND DOES NOT INDICATE A FAULTY OR LEAKING STOV E. NORMAL RUNNING 1.9 During normal running this condensation should be minimal if the system is fitted with the low limit thermostat as detailed in 1.
31 COMMISSIONING 1.1 To commission: — Replace the log retainer. — Check the door alignment and catch operation, adjust if required (see Maintenance & Servicing, Section 7, Adjusting Door Hinges). — Check the soundness of door seals, castings and joints.
32 MAINTENANCE and SERVICING For a complete list of spare parts and accessories contact your Yeoman retailer or call 01392 474011 1. ANNUAL SERVICE 1.1 Before the start of the heating season strip, inspect and clean the appliance as detailed: — Allow appliance to cool.
33 2. REMOVAL OF THE LOG GUARD 2.1 To remove the Log guard: — Lift Log Guard clear of the supporting brackets. — Rotate to clear the sides of the door opening. Do not use appliance without the log guard in position. 3. FITTING AND REMOVAL OF BAFFLE 4.
34 Seal Length (mm) Door rope seal C 2300 Door rope seal D 410 Mid door rope seal E 450 — Remove the old rope. — Scrape old glue from the locating groove. — Clean the locating groove with a clean dry cloth removing all dust and debris. — Apply Stovax Thermic Seal glue (Stovax Part No.
35 The hinge plate assembly is slotted so it can be moved up, down and sideways by approximately 3mm to adjust the position of the door in relation to the appliance. — Once the desired position has been achieved ensure the screws are firmly tightened against the hinge plate assembly to maintain the position.
36 SPARE PARTS LIST Re f. No. Product Code Drawing No . (if different) Description 1 CA7669 6” CAST FLUE 2 SM13 MEC7004 6” F LUE BLANKING PLA TE 3 - ME501805 THERMOST A T BLANKING PLATE 4 - ME5018.
37 SPARE PARTS LIST Re f. No. Product Code Drawing No . (if different) Description 1 CA7615 CAST DOOR 2 MEC8619 D OOR HANDLE ASSEMBL Y 3 F A500024 W A VE SPRING - YR W -0087S17 4 F A9508 FA500016 SPRING 6.
SERVICE RECORDS 38 1ST SERVICE Date of Service:........................................................................... Next Service Due:....................................................................... Signed:................................
A division of Stovax Ltd Falcon Road, Sowton Industrial Estate, Exeter, Devon, England EX2 7LF Tel: (01392) 474500 Fax: (01392) 219932 E-mail: yeoman@stovax.
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