Honeywell Central Heating Cooker Natural Gas manual

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    Central Heating Cooker Natural Gas Instructions for Use, Installation and Servicing For use in GB, I[...]

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    2 HEALTH AND SAFETY INFORMATION FOR THE INSTALLER AND SERVICE ENGINEERS Under the Consumer Protectio[...]

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    3 GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Read and understand this booklet before operating and installing this [...]

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    4 CONTENTS Imortant Information 5 USER INSTRUCTIONS 6 Oven Cooking Guide 10 Care of the Cooker 12 Fa[...]

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    5 IMPORTANT INFORMATION Congratulations you are now the proud owner of the new Redfyre Central Heati[...]

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    6 The Redfyre cooker has two large ovens. The main oven works similar to a conventional oven which i[...]

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    7 USERS INSTRUCTIONS COOKER BURNER 5.1 The cooker burner is fully automatic and requires no manual i[...]

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    8 USER INSTRUCTIONS Setting event times Step A 6.7 Press PROG to advance to the next step. The displ[...]

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    9 USER INSTRUCTIONS 9.1 This is a blocked flue sensing device. This is an important safety device to[...]

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    10 OVEN COOKING GUIDE PLEASE NOTE - THESE TABLES SHOULD BE USED AS GUIDENCE ONLY AS EACH COOKER AND [...]

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    11 OVEN COOKING GUIDE NOTE: Pastry recipes may benefit from placing on the floor of the oven for the[...]

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    12 CARE OF THE COOKER IMPORTANT: Never use caustic, citric, or abrasive cleaners as these will scrat[...]

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    13 USER COOKER FAULT FINDING COOKER WILL NOT START CHECK THE FUSE IN COOKER & BOILER MAINS SUPPL[...]

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    14 USER BOILER FAULT FINDING BOILER WILL NOT WORK SET EXTERNAL PROGRAMMER IS THE BOILER HIGH LIMIT R[...]

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    15 REDFYRE CUSTOMER AFTER SALES SERVICE INFORMATION A step by step guide to reporting a fault with y[...]

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    16 TECHNICAL DETAILS Model Cooker 60 80 100 120 Rated input kw (gross) 17.6 22.2 29.7 37.3 45.5 Rate[...]

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    17 SITE REQUIREMENTS Sound Levels Whilst the level of sound is low it is important that the followin[...]

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    18 SITE REQUIREMENTS 51 87 126 167 206 70 158 604 1440 clearance, (Min.) 985 915 970 125 FLOW and RE[...]

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    19 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS 1.1 The Redfyre range of Central Heating cookers is a range of floor mo[...]

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    20 INSTALLATION 1.1 The supply pipe from the cooker is 3/4” BSP threaded male. An isolating gas va[...]

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    INSTALLATION 21 4.1 Before using any existing chimney or refitting a gas appliance, it is vital to c[...]

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    22 FLUE SYSTEMS WIND HIGH LOW HIGH LOW HIGH L O W ROOF PITCH OVER 30 ° ROOF PITCH OVER 30 ° FLAT R[...]

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    23 FLUE TERMINATION IRRESPECTIVE OF THE TYPES OF CHIMNEY SYSTEM, A BRITISH GAS APPROVED TERMINAL MUS[...]

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    24 WATER SYSTEMS 1.1 The appliance is suitable for fully pumped open vent & sealed systems only [...]

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    25 OPEN SYSTEMS PLUMBING ‘Y’ PLAN[...]

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    26 OPEN SYSTEMS PLUMBING ‘S’ PLAN[...]

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    27 ELECTRICAL SUPPLY Electrical Supply 230V 1 Phase 50Hz (Fused 3 amp) Note: THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE [...]

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    28 COOKER INTERNAL WIRING[...]

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    29 WIRING ‘S’ PLAN Independent control or space and water heating circulation in a fully pumped [...]

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    30 WIRING ‘Y’ PLAN Independent control of space and water heating circulation ina fully pumped s[...]

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    31 SERVICING To maintain the appliances high thermal efficiency and reliable operation, it must be s[...]

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    32 SERVICING To remove the cooker burner, the boiler burner needs to be removed first following the [...]

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    33 SERVICING a) Remove the upper programmer retaining panel, four screw and starlock washers at the [...]

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    34 SERVICING f) Replace in reverse order ensure heat shield large opening is at the top of the panel[...]

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    35 SERVICING The boiler access door is behind the programmer mounting panel. Carefully remove the pr[...]

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    36 SERVICE ENGINEER GUIDE TO FAULT FINDING NO CHECK OPERATION OF LIMIT THERMOSTAT AND NEON INDICATOR[...]

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    37 SERVICE ENGINEER GUIDE TO FAULT FINDING IS THERE 230V ON TERMINAL S3 OF MAINS INLET PLUG IS THERE[...]

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    38 FAULT FINDING ELECTRICITY SAFETY - Switch off electrical supply to unit before making any electri[...]

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    39 SPARE PARTS: BURNER Item Part Description 1 Burner Head 603380 603381 603381 603381 603381 2 Ioni[...]

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    40 SPARE PARTS LIST Item Description Part No. 1 Door Catch Chrome R/H 602884 2 Door Catch Chrome L/H[...]

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    41 SPARE PARTS LIST 16 15 6 5 2 28 14 25 7 4 3 1 29 30 31 32 9 10 11 12 8 13 EXPLODED VIEW[...]

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    Redfyre Limited, Osprey Road, Sowton Industrial Estate, Exeter, Devon, England EX2 7JG Tel: (01392) [...]