Real Flame HEATSEEKER 700 Installation & Operating Manual

Installation & Operating Manual for Real Flame HEATSEEKER 700 Heater, Indoor Fireplace (51 pages)

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1704/1704406-700.pdf file (24 Aug 2023)
  • Manufacturer: Real Flame
  • Category of Device: Heater, Indoor Fireplace
  • Document: HEATSEEKER 700, File Type: PDF Installation & Operating Manual
  • Updated: 24-08-2023
  • Count of Pages: 51
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Real Flame HEATSEEKER 700 Heater, Indoor Fireplace PDF Installation & Operating Manual (Updated: Thursday 24th of August 2023 10:35:25 AM)

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  • 1, INSPIRE FLAME EFFECT SPACE HEATER MODELS 700/900/1100 INSTALLATION & OPERATING MANUAL The Inspire space heater is suitable to be installed into a frame out installation. Designed to operate on Natural gas and LPG gas. Approval no.GMK 10528 Version 10A …

  • 2, 1 | P a g e WARRANTY INFORMATION The benefits provided to you under the following warranty are in addition to any other rights and remedies available to you under the law. 1. Warranty If: (a) During the first 15 years from the date of purchase (Firebox Warranty Period), there is a defect in th…

  • 3, Real Flame HEATSEEKER 700 2 | P a g e WARNING The Inspire space heater has a primary safety glass fitted in front of the glass door. This safety glass is fitted to this appliance to reduce the risk of injury from burns and at no time should this glass be permanently removed. For protection of young children or the i…

  • 4, 3 | P a g e Table of Contents WARRANTY INFORMATION ................................................................................................................................. 0 DATA PLATE ...................................................................................................................…

  • 5, Real Flame HEATSEEKER 700 4 | P a g e DATA PLATE (Affixed to the base of the unit for reference to gas pressure & consumption) Inspire 700 GAS TYPE INJECTOR SIZE TPP N.G.C. (MJ/hr) Natural Gas 1 X 2.30mm 0.88kPa High 0.40kPaLow 22.0 High/16.0 Low LPG 1 X 1.35mm 2.48kPa High 1.58kPaLow 22.0 High/17.…

  • 8, 7 | P a g e LOCATION Select a location where the fire can be supervised during operation. An electrical isolation switch must be fitted at the appliance or on an adjacent wall to allow for emergency shutdown and maintenance. Installation must meet Australian gas codes AS/NZS 5601. INSTALLATION CLE…

  • 9, 8 | P a g e Flue must be clipped and supported support. Connections must be sealed with silicon and clamped where advised. Recommended Silicon – Non acetic, neutral cure 200degrees or higher temperature rated. Bostik RTV 926 or similar. U style flue runs must not be installed FLUE TERMI…

  • 11, Real Flame HEATSEEKER 700 10 | P a g e SETUP WITH EXTERNAL WALL MOUNTED FAN TERMINAL Wall mounted fan module – terminal must be installed with clearances as specified by AS/NZS 5601.1 Clause 6.9.3 Run exhaust flue and air intake flue as required Maximum run 5mts. Flues can be run next to each …

  • 12, 11 | P a g e Recommended Silicon – Non-acetic, neutral cure 150degc or higher temperature rated. Bostik RTV 926 or similar. Apply an 8mm thick silicon bead fully around heater connection approx. 10mm from the top. Apply an 8mm thick silicon bead fully around the lower fan con…

  • 13, Real Flame HEATSEEKER 700 12 | P a g e Cut flue exhaust tube (hot tube) to length (approximately flush with wall exit). Wall termination will sit against wall. Pull flue tube through approx. 100mm further (will be pushed back once terminal fitted). Feed power cable through wall and into wall ter…

  • 14, Real Flame HEATSEEKER 700 13 | P a g e Push fan terminal into position. And affix to wall. Uneven or rough surfaces may require sealant along top and side gaps. Connect power cable connector. Fit cable clamp to cable. Fit front cover …

  • 15, 14 | P a g e ROOFTOP POWERFLUE TERMINATION Insulation requirements for flue runs NOTE: Insulation is used for rooftop termination installations only The insulation supplied is in lengths of 1000mm The termination must be installed at a minimum height of 350mm from the lowest point of …

  • 16, Real Flame HEATSEEKER 700 15 | P a g e Example: For a flue run of 8.5mts Flue run length N = 8.5mts Minimum insulation required X = N - 1 mts = 8.5 - 1 = 7.5 mts Insulation is supplied in lengths of 1000mm. Initial 300mm from appliance exit may remain uninsulated (Refer image below) Last 700mm from…

  • 17, 16 | P a g e Instructions: Rooftop fan module – Terminal must be installed with clearances as specified by AS/NZS 5601.1 Clause 6.9.3 Run exhaust flue and air intake flue as required Maximum run 8.5mts. Flues can be run next to each other. Maintain the required clearances to combu…

  • 18, 17 | P a g e For 90° and 45° bends the corners must be insulated. For a 90˚ bend with a minimum bend radius is 150mm. Cut the insulation diagonally into 3 pieces in a cone shape. On the heater connection end - Fit clamp loosely & apply silicon inside the p…

  • 19, Real Flame HEATSEEKER 700 18 | P a g e Insert the roof penetration and fix firmly to the roof structure using appropriate supports. The roof penetration flue is a 250mm rigid flue. Fit the access panel to the roof penetration Use the screw holes fix the access panel to the roof penetration. Run flue pipes t…

  • 20, Real Flame HEATSEEKER 700 19 | P a g e Slide flue onto connection spigot fully. Tighten clamp fully. Wipe excess silicon, visually check connection to ensure connection is fully sealed. Ensure that the pipes are connected correctly and are not inverted. Use the labels to identify exhaust and intake spigots Con…

  • 21, 20 | P a g e TIMBER FRAME INSTALLATION Frame out Dimensions (in mm) A B C D* 580 710 400 1500 910 1110 * Indication only. Can be smaller or larger. Notes: 1. At frame stage the builder shall provide a 10amp GPO to the rear back corner of the frame out w…

  • 22, 21 | P a g e TIMBER FRAME INSTALLATION - PRE HANDOVER OPTION (continued) Notes (continued): 2. Pre plastering, the installer shall install the termination (vertical or horizontal) run the twin 75mm ID flues from the termination to inside the frame out (label them exhaust and intake) and terminate 500m…

  • 23, 22 | P a g e MEDIA INSTALLATION Media must be setup as per instructions • The media is designed and shaped to correctly locate and remain in the correct position. • Do not add extra media, or combine media types. • Only the approved supplied media is to be used. • Do not use any o…

  • 24, Real Flame HEATSEEKER 700 23 | P a g e c) Place No 3 log short crossover log over the long log, use location groove to locate. d) Place log No 4 over log 3, use groove to locate. e) Place the second branch log 1 onto support. …

  • 25, Real Flame HEATSEEKER 700 24 | P a g e f) Place 2nd log No. 2 log onto branch log, use location grooves to locate. g) Place 2 log No 3 onto long log, use location groove to locate. Place mixed coals around logs along front section, DO NOT PLACE ON BURNER. …

  • 26, 25 | P a g e Pebbles Media - INSPIRE 700 Model Locate side trays on either side of the firebox. Ensure that they are sitting flush against the side walls and screw them in from the front (if the trays do not sit flat then use the rear screw holes to screw them down). Randomly arrange pebbles around th…

  • 27, Real Flame HEATSEEKER 700 26 | P a g e Driftwood media - Inspire 900 Model a) 900 MODEL - Place Log 5 as shown in the image below. Near LH end. b) Place log 6 across log 5 using location grooves to locate. c) Place log 1 as shown in the image below. …

  • 28, 27 | P a g e d) Place log 2 across log 1, using location grooves to locate. e) Place log 3 (short crossover) across log 2, using location groove to locate. f) Place log 4 over log 3, using groove to locate. …

  • 29, Real Flame HEATSEEKER 700 28 | P a g e g) Place Log 1 as shown in the image below. h) Place Log 2 across Log 1, using location grooves to locate. i) Place Log 3 (short crossover) over log 2, using location groove to locate. …

  • 30, Real Flame HEATSEEKER 700 29 | P a g e j) Place Log 4 over log 3, use groove to locate. Place mixed coals around logs along front section, DO NOT PLACE ON BURNER. …

  • 31, 30 | P a g e Driftwood media - Inspire 1100 model a) Place Log 5 as shown in the image below b) Place log 6 across log 5 using location grooves to locate. c) Place log 1 as shown in the image below. …

  • 32, 31 | P a g e d) Place log 2 across log 1, using location grooves to locate. e) Place log 3 (short crossover) across log 2, using location groove to locate. f) Place log 4 over log 3, using groove to locate. …

  • 33, Real Flame HEATSEEKER 700 32 | P a g e g) Place Log 1 as shown in the image below. h) Place Log 2 across Log 1, using location grooves to locate. i) Place Log 3 (short crossover) over log 2, using location groove to locate. …

  • 34, 33 | P a g e j) Place Log 4 over log 3, use groove to locate. k) Place Log 8 as shown in the image below. l) Place log 9 across log 8 as shown …

  • 35, Real Flame HEATSEEKER 700 34 | P a g e m) Place Log 3 over log 9, use locating groove to locate. n) Place assorted coals (random placing) on the front plate as shown in the image below. …

  • 36, Real Flame HEATSEEKER 700 35 | P a g e Pebble media a) Ensure the rear media support is firmly located in position b) Place pebbles in random colors / size along back support. c) Place front pebbles in random colors / size along front - DO NOT PLACE ANY MEDIA ON BURNER …

  • 37, Real Flame HEATSEEKER 700 36 | P a g e COMMISSIONING PROCEDURE Once the fire is installed. • Install media. • Connect to gas and power. • Fit firebox door. • Check for gas leaks. • Connect powerflue module loom to fan control unit. • Carry out the lighting procedure. • Check burner pressures and…

  • 38, 37 | P a g e REMOTE CONTROL OPERATION Note • Not all remote control functions are available. • In the event of loss of power, the appliance will shut down safely. The appliance may automatically resume operation once power is restored, pending the operation mode of the remote contr…

  • 39, 38 | P a g e Temperature indication display With the system in the OFF position, press the thermostat key and the mode key at the same time. Look at the LCD screen on the transmitter to verify that a C or F is visible to the right of the room temperature display. Remote control display i…

  • 40, 39 | P a g e Room thermostat (Transmitter Operation) The remote control can operate as a room thermostat. The thermostat can be set to a desired temperature to control the comfort level in a room. To activate this function, press the thermostat key. The LCD display on the transmitter will change to show tha…

  • 41, 40 | P a g e Continuous pilot/intermittent pilot (CPI/IPI) selection With the system in “OFF” position, press the mode key to index to the CPI mode icon. Pressing the Up arrow key will activate the Continuous Pilot Ignition mode (CPI). Pressing the Down arrow key will return to IPI. A single “bee…

  • 42, 41 | P a g e Remote auxiliary relay control - this function is not supported on this fire. Changes to the remote settings will not affect or change the appliance operation. …

  • 43, Real Flame HEATSEEKER 700 42 | P a g e TROUBLESHOOTING Problem Possible Cause Remedy When remote is activated nothing happens Remote not talking to receiver • Listen for beep for signal being received • Check power to appliance is on • Check batteries in remote • Reprogram remote to receive…

  • 44, Real Flame HEATSEEKER 700 43 | P a g e TEACHING RF CODE – Reprogramming remote to heater 1. Electrical tray must be slid forward to reprogram a remote control. 2. Turn the remote to off mode 3. Turn mains power to heater on. 4. Press the red button on the receiver once – three beeps should be heard. 5. Pre…

  • 46, 45 | P a g e AERATION ADJUSTMENTS and BURNER SIZES 1. The primary air is entrained through the aeration cap located at the end of the burner. The aeration cap is factory preset to Natural Gas Driftwood media. Note – for LPG conversion the burner will change - refer table below MODEL NAT GAS …

  • 47, 46 | P a g e CONVERSION DETAILS - Natural gas /LPG INSPIRE 700 MODEL Valve, pilot injector, main burner injector and burner aeration cap must be changed to suit gas type. VALVE CHANGE 1. Turn appliance off. 2. Turn gas supply off. 3. Remove trim. 4. Disconnect gas pipe from isolation valve to burner.…

  • 48, 47 | P a g e INSPIRE 900 MODEL Valve, pilot injector, burner, main burner injector and burner aeration cap must be changed to suit gas type. VALVE CHANGE 1. Turn appliance off. 2. Turn gas supply off. 3. Remove trim. 4. Disconnect gas pipe from isolation valve to burner. 5. Remove re…

  • 49, 48 | P a g e INSPIRE 1100 MODEL Valve, pilot injector, burner, main burner injector, burner aeration cap and rear burner shield must be changed to suit gas type. VALVE CHANGE 1. Turn appliance off. 2. Turn gas supply off. 3. Remove trim. 4. Disconnect gas pipe from isolation valve to burner. 5. …

  • 50, 49 | P a g e PARTS LIST 1 Valve 2 SIT Pilot assembly 3 Injector 4 Burner 5 Remote control 6 Sit Ignition pack / gas control …

  • 51, 50 | P a g e GLEN DIMPLEX AUSTRALIA PTY LTD ABN 69 118 275 460 Head Office/Factory/Showroom 1340 Ferntree Gully Rd. Scoresby Vic 3179 Ph: (03) 8706 2000 Fax: (03) 8706 2001 E-mail: [email protected] Richmond - VIC Showroom 300 Swan St. Richmond Vic 3121 Ph: (03) 9428 4443 Fax…

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