Silvercrest 113364 Operating Instructions Manual

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Operating Instructions Manual
IAN 113364
CONVECTION HEATER SKD 2300 B2
CONVECTION HEATER
Operating instructions
KONVEKTOR
Betjeningsvejledning
KONVEKTORELEMENT
Bruksanvisning
KONVEKTORI
Käyttöohje
KONVEKTOR
Bedienungsanleitung
CONVECTEUR
Mode d'emploi
CONVECTOR
Gebruiksaanwijzing
GB / IE Operating instructions Page 1
FI Käyttöohje Sivu 21
SE Bruksanvisning Sidan 41
DK Betjeningsvejledning Side 61
FR / BE Mode d’emploi Page 81
NL / BE Gebruiksaanwijzing Pagina 101
DE / AT / CH Bedienungsanleitung Seite 121
Before reading, unfold the page containing the illustrations and familiarise yourself with all functions of
the device.
Käännä ennen lukemista kuvallinen sivu esiin ja tutustu seuraavaksi laitteen kaikkiin toimintoihin.
Vik ut bildsidan och ha den till hands när du läser igenom anvisningarna och gör dig bekant med
apparatens / maskinens funktioner.
Før du læser, vend siden med billeder frem og bliv bekendt med alle apparatets funktioner.
Avant de lire le mode d’emploi, ouvrez la page contenant les illustrations et familiarisez-vous ensuite avec
toutes les fonctions de l’appareil.
Vouw vóór het lezen de pagina met de afbeeldingen open en maak u vertrouwd met alle functies van het
apparaat.
Klappen Sie vor dem Lesen die Seite mit den Abbildungen aus und machen Sie sich anschließend mit allen
Funktionen des Gerätes vertraut.
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Contents
Introduction ...................................................2
Information concerning these operating instructions .............................. 2
Copyright ............................................................... 2
Limitation of liability ....................................................... 2
Intended use ............................................................ 2
Warning notes ........................................................... 3
Safety. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Risk of electrocution ....................................................... 4
Basic safety guidelines ..................................................... 5
Risk of injury if batteries are improperly handled ................................ 7
Before use ....................................................8
Package contents and transport inspection ..................................... 8
Disposal of packaging materials ............................................. 8
Set-up location requirements ................................................ 9
Before initial use ........................................................10
Electrical connection .....................................................10
Inserting the batteries in the remote control ....................................10
Operating components .........................................11
Installation ...................................................12
Fitting the feet. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Wall mounting ..........................................................12
Handling and operation ........................................13
Switching the appliance on and off ..........................................13
Selecting the temperature ................................................. 14
Select heat setting ....................................................... 14
Switching on the fan .....................................................14
Set heating time .........................................................15
Overheating protection ...................................................15
Frost protection function ...................................................15
Cleaning .....................................................16
Transport and storage .........................................16
Disposal .....................................................16
Disposing of the batteries .................................................17
Troubleshooting ..............................................17
Fault causes and rectification ...............................................17
Appendix ....................................................18
Technical data ..........................................................18
Notes concerning the EC Declaration of Conformity ............................ 18
Warranty ..............................................................19
Service ................................................................ 19
Importer ...............................................................19
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Introduction
Information concerning these operating instructions
Congratulations on the purchase of your new appliance.
You have selected a high-quality product. The operating instructions are part of
this product. They contain important information on safety, usage and disposal.
Before using the product, familiarise yourself with all handling and safety guide-
lines. Use the product only as described and for the range of applications speci-
fied. Please also pass these operating instructions on to any future owner(s).
Copyright
This documentation is protected by copyright.
Any copying or reproduction, including in the form of extracts, or any repro-
duction of images (even in a modified state), is permitted only with the written
authorisation of the manufacturer.
Limitation of liability
All the technical information, data and instructions regarding installation, connec-
tion and operation contained in these operating instructions corresponds to the
latest information available to us at the time of printing and takes our previous
experience and know-how into account.
No claims can be derived from the details, illustrations and descriptions in these
instructions.
The manufacturer assumes no responsibility for damage caused by failure to
observe these instructions, improper use, incompetent repairs, unauthorised
modifications or for the use of non-approved replacement parts.
Intended use
This appliance is intended only for the heating of indoor living spaces and only
for domestic use. This device can be used free standing or mounted on a wall.
This appliance is not intended for use in areas where special conditions may
apply, such as corrosive or potentially explosive atmospheres (dust, vapour or
gas). Do not use the appliance outdoors. It is not intended for any other or more
extensive use.
Claims of any kind for damage arising as a result of incorrect use will not be
accepted. The risk shall be borne solely by the user.
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Warning notes
The following warning notice types are used in these operating instructions:
DANGER
A warning notice at this hazard level indicates an imminently
hazardous situation.
If the hazardous situation is not avoided, it could result in death or serious
physical injury.
Follow the instructions in this warning notice to avoid the risk of death or
serious injury.
WARNING
A warning notice at this hazard level indicates a potentially
hazardous situation.
Failure to avoid this hazardous situation could result in injury.
Follow the instructions in this warning notice to prevent injury.
CAUTION
A warning notice at this hazard level indicates a potential for
property damage.
Failure to avoid this situation could result in property damage.
Follow the instructions in this warning notice to prevent property damage.
NOTE
A note provides additional information that will assist you in using the
appliance.
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Safety
In this section, you will find important safety instructions for using the appliance.
This appliance complies with statutory safety regulations. Improper use may
result in personal injury and property damage.
Do not cover the appliance!
Covering the appliance can lead to overheating and
thus result in a fire!
Caution! Hot surface!
This symbol warns of hot surfaces on the appliance.
There is a risk of burns!
Risk of electrocution
DANGER
Risk of fatal injury from electrocution!
Contact with live cables or components can result in fatal
injury!
Please observe the following safety guidelines to prevent electrical hazards:
Do not use the appliance if the power cable or the plug are damaged.
Before using the appliance again, have a new mains power cable installed
by an authorised specialist.
The appliance housing must not be opened under any circumstances. There
is a risk of electric shock if live connections are touched and the electrical
and mechanical structure is changed.
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Basic safety guidelines
To ensure safe operation of the appliance, follow the safety
guidelines set out below:
Check the appliance for visible external damage before use.
Do not operate a appliance that has been damaged or
dropped.
If the appliance’s mains power cable is damaged, it must be
replaced by the manufacturer, the manufacturers customer
service department or by a qualified technician so that risks
can be avoided.
This appliance may be used by children aged 8 years and
above and by persons with limited physical, sensory or mental
capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge, provided
that they are under supervision or have been told how to use
the appliance safely and are aware of the potential risks.
Children must not use the appliance as a plaything. Cleaning
and user maintenance tasks may not be carried out by children
unless they are supervised.
Children younger than three years old should be kept away
from the appliance unless they are constantly monitored.
Children older than 3 and younger than 8 years of age may
only switch the appliance on and off if they are supervised
or instructed in the safe use of the appliance and have un-
derstood the resulting dangers, provided that the appliance
is located or installed in its normal operating position.
Children older than 3 and younger than 8 years of age may
not plug in, regulate or clean the appliance and may not
carry out user maintenance tasks.
Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not
play with the appliance.
Caution – some parts of the product may be very hot and
cause burns. Be particularly careful when children and
vulnerable persons are present.
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The metal surfaces of the appliance can become hot.
Therefore, only hold the appliance by the handles
9
.
All repairs must be carried out by authorised specialist com-
panies or by the Customer Service department. Improper re-
pairs can pose significant risks to the user. It will also invali-
date any warranty claims.
Defective components must always be replaced with original
replacement parts. Only by using original replacement parts
can it be assured that the safety requirements are being com-
plied with.
Protect the appliance from penetration by moisture and liquids.
Always unplug the appliance from the mains power socket
before cleaning.
Always disconnect the power cable from the mains power
socket by pulling on the plug; never pull on the cable.
Avoid using extension cables.
Do not use the appliance in the vicinity of naked flames.
The appliance must not be placed immediately under or over
a mains power socket.
Do not use this heater together with a programmable switch,
a timer, a separate remote control system or any other system
which switches on the heater automatically, as this could lead
to a fire risk if the heater is covered or set up incorrectly.
Disconnect the plug from the mains power socket if the appli-
ance malfunctions and also during thunderstorms.
The appliance must not be used in the immediate vicinity of
a bath, a shower or a swimming pool.
The appliance is to be installed so that a person in the bath
or shower is unable to touch the switch and other controls.
Do not expose the appliance to spray and/or dripping water
and do not place any objects filled with liquid, such as vases
or open drink containers, on or near the appliance.
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Risk of injury if batteries are improperly handled
WARNING
Keep batteries out of the reach of children. Children might
put batteries into their mouth and swallow them. If a
battery has been swallowed, seek medical assistance
IMMEDIATELY.
Do not throw batteries into a fire. Never subject batteries
to high temperatures.
Risk of explosion! Do not charge batteries unless they
are explicitly labelled as "rechargeable".
Do not open the batteries or short-circuit them.
Do not mix different types of batteries. Due to increased
risk of leakage, empty batteries should be removed.
The batteries should also be removed from the remote
control if it is not being used for long periods.
Battery acid leaking from a battery can cause skin ir-
ritation. In the event of contact with the skin, rinse with
plenty of water. If the liquid comes into contact with your
eyes, rinse thoroughly with water, do not rub and consult
a doctor immediately.
When handling leaking batteries, always use coated
gloves and protective goggles!
The chapter entitled "Initial operation" describes how to
correctly insert and remove batteries.
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Before use
Package contents and transport inspection
The appliance is supplied with the following components as standard:
1 convector heater SKD 2300 B2
1 remote control
1 CR2032 button cell
2 feet
4 screws for the feet
4 wall brackets
4 wall plugs with screws for wall mountings
These operating instructions
NOTE
Check the package for completeness and for signs of visible damage.
If any items are missing or damaged as a result of defective packaging or
insufficient care during transportation, contact the Service hotline (see the
chapter Service).
Disposal of packaging materials
The packaging protects the appliance from damage during carriage. The pack-
aging materials have been selected for their environmental friendliness and ease
of disposal, and are therefore recyclable.
Returning the packaging to the material cycle conserves raw materials and
reduces the amount of waste which is generated. Dispose of packaging materials
that are no longer needed in accordance with applicable local regulations.
NOTE
If possible, keep the appliance's original packaging for the warranty period
so that the appliance can be packed properly for return shipment in the
event of a warranty claim.
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Set-up location requirements
For safe and trouble-free operation of the appliance, the set-up location must fulfil
the following requirements:
The appliance may only be operated in a vertical position and fully assembled.
When using the feet, the device must be placed on a firm, flat and even floor.
When wall mounting, the appliance must only be mounted in a fixed position on
a vertical wall.
The minimum clearances between the housing and other objects must be main-
tained: 10 cm at the sides, 30 cm above, 15 cm below (with wall mounting) and
50 cm in front.
Ensure that air can always enter and escape freely. Otherwise, there could be a
heat build-up in the appliance.
Do not place the appliance in a hot, wet or extremely moist environment or in the
vicinity of flammable materials.
The mains power socket must be easily accessible so that the power cable can
be easily disconnected in an emergency.
Environmental temperature range: 0 to +40°C
Humidity (no condensation): 5–85%
DANGER
Fire risk due to contact with materials!
There is a risk of fire if the heating elements come into contact
with flammable materials!
Do not place the appliance in the vicinity of curtains and other flammable
materials.
Do not allow flammable materials (i.e. textiles) to come into contact with
the appliance.
Do not cover the appliance.
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Before initial use
Remove all packaging materials and all transport locks from the appliance.
NOTE
You may notice a slight smell when using the appliance for the first time.
This is normal and is completely harmless.
Electrical connection
To ensure safe and trouble-free operation of the appliance after making the
electrical connection, please observe the following advice:
CAUTION
Before connecting the appliance, compare the connection data (voltage
and frequency) on the rating plate with that of your mains power supply.
These data must agree so that no damage is sustained by the appliance.
Ensure that the mains power cable is not damaged and is not running over
hot surfaces and/or sharp edges.
Ensure that the mains power cable is not taut or knotted.
Inserting the batteries in the remote control
If the battery in the remote control
25
is dead, a new CR2032 battery needs to
be inserted.
Open the battery compartment
30
on the underside of the remote control
25
.
(see description on the rear of the remote control
25
)
Remove the old battery from the remote control
25
.
NOTE
Please follow the disposal instructions (see section Disposal of batteries).
Insert a new CR2032 battery into the battery compartment
30
.
Ensure the +/- terminals are correctly aligned.
Slide the battery compartment
30
back into the remote control
25
.
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Operating components
Control panel
2
Display
3
Air outlet
4
Compartment for the remote control
5
Air inlet
6
Feet
7
Temperature sensor
8
Main switch
9
Carrying handle
10
Display of the selected heat setting
11
“Fan” symbol
12
“Frost protection” symbol
13
Display of the selected measurement unit
14
Fan button
15
Increase temperature
16
Decrease temperature
17
Timer button
18
Runtime display
19
Preset target temperature display
20
Display of the measured actual temperature
21
On/Off button
22
Infrared receiver for remote control
23
Button to select the measurement unit
24
Button to select the heating setting
25
Remote control
26
Button to select the heating setting
27
Fan button
28
Button to select the measurement unit
29
Decrease temperature
30
Battery compartment
Timer button
32
Increase temperature
33
On/Off button
34
Wall bracket
35
Screw
36
Screw
37
Wall plug
38
Wall bracket
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Installation
CAUTION
During assembly, lay the appliance on a soft surface, e.g. on a carpet, to
avoid any damage.
Fitting the feet
Place the appliance on a soft surface with the base uppermost.
Fit the feet
6
to the bottom of the appliance using 2 screws
35
on each foot.
Wall mounting
WARNING
When drilling the holes ensure that any electric cables or other installations
in the wall, such as water pipes, are not damaged.
The supplied wall plugs
37
are only suitable for mounting in concrete or
stone. Before starting the installation, please check your installation location
carefully for its suitability for the anchors. If in doubt, consult a professional.
NOTE
When selecting the mounting location make sure that a suitable mains wall
socket is located within the plug-in radius of the mains power cord.
The feet
6
may not be screwed on if the appliance is wall-mounted.
Mark two drill holes at a minimum height of 487 mm and at a distance of
566 mm (see Fig. drill diagram).
Using a drill and an 8 mm drill bit, drill two holes with a minimum depth of
40 mm.
566 mm
ø 8 mm, 40 mm
min. 487 mm
Fig. drill diagram
Insert the supplied wall plugs
37
into the holes.
Screw the two wall brackets
34
to the wall using the supplied screws
36
.
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To ensure that the appliance hangs vertically on the wall, the other two wall
brackets
38
are used as spacers (see Fig. spacers).
Fig. spacers
Screw the two wall brackets
38
onto the underside of the appliance with the
supplied screws
35
.
Hang the appliance from the top into the wall brackets
34
.
NOTE
To make the mounting more stable, the two wall brackets
38
can also be
screwed to the wall.
Handling and operation
NOTE
All functions can be used with the buttons on the device as well as with the
remote control
25
.
This section provides you with important information on handling and using the
appliance.
Switching the appliance on and off
The main switch
8
disconnects the appliance fully from the mains power supply.
Insert the power plug into a mains wall socket.
Switch on the appliance using the main switch
8
first; or switch off at the
main switch last if you are no longer using the appliance.
When switched on, the integrated control lamp in the main switch
8
lights
up.
There will be a beep and the display
2
lights up.
Now press the on/off button
21
or
33
.
The appliance is now ready for use.
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Selecting the temperature
NOTE
The display
2
shows the set target temperature
19
and measured actual
temperature
20
.
The temperature measurement is made by the temperature sensor
7
. It
may take some time until the whole room has reached this temperature.
Press the button
23
or
28
to select the unit of measure, to select whether the
temperature display uses °C or °F.
The selected unit of measurement
13
is shown on the display
2
.
Press the "Increase temperature" button,
15
or
32
, to increase the target
temperature
19
up to a maximum of 37°C (99°F).
The selected target temperature
19
is shown on the display
2
.
Press the "Decrease temperature" button,
16
or
29
, to decrease the target
temperature
19
down to a minimum of 5°C (41°F).
The selected target temperature
19
is shown on the display
2
.
Select heat setting
The heat setting determines how quickly the appliance warms up.
The appliance has three heat settings:
Level 1: 1000 watts
Level 2: 1300 watts
Level 3: 2300 watts
Press the button to select the heat setting
24
or
26
repeatedly until the
desired heat setting has been set.
The selected heat setting
10
is shown on the display
2
.
Switching on the fan
The appliance has a fan which can be used to distribute heated air throughout
the room more quickly.
Press the fan button
14
or
27
to switch the fan on or off.
If the fan is running, the "Fan" symbol
11
appears on the display
2
.
NOTE
If the fan is switched off, the heat is concentrated more around the appli-
ance and is not distributed so quickly around the room.
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Set heating time
The appliance has a timer that you can use to set the desired heating time between
1 to 24 hours. Once this period is over, the appliance switches off automatically.
Press the timer button
17
or until the desired runtime
18
is shown on the
display
2
.
To switch the timer off, press the timer button
17
or repeatedly until no
runtime
18
appears on the display
2
.
Overheating protection
The appliance is fitted with a thermostat-controlled overheating protector. If the
appliance becomes too hot internally, the heating element switches off automati-
cally. As soon as the appliance has cooled down, the heating element switches
back on.
WARNING
As a general rule, there is a reason for overheating! It can
mean a risk of fire!
Check that the appliance can sufficiently dissipate the heat generated: Is
the appliance covered or is it too close to a wall or other obstacle? Is the
fan blocked?
Check that neither the air inlet
5
nor the air outlet
3
is blocked and
remove the cause.
If possible, eliminate the problem or contact the Service Hotline (see the
chapter Service).
Even if you cannot find a cause, but the overheating protection triggers a
second time, you must return the appliance to Customer Services for inspec-
tion or repair.
Frost protection function
The appliance has a frost protection function that prevents the room temperature
from falling below the frost line.
Press the button for selecting the heat setting
24
or
26
repeatedly until the
"Frost protection" symbol
12
appears on the display
2
.
NOTE
As soon as the temperature in the immediate vicinity of the appliance
falls under 5°C (41°F) the appliance will switch on automatically.
As soon as the temperature climbs above 9°C (48°F), the appliance
switches itself off and the room temperature will be shown on the
display
2
.
To switch off the frost protection function, press the button for selecting the heat
setting
24
or
26
repeatedly until the "Frost protection" symbol
12
disappears
from the display
2
.
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Cleaning
WARNING
Observe the following safety information to avoid hazards and property
damage:
Always pull out the plug before cleaning the appliance.
Only clean the appliance when it is switched off and cold.
CAUTION
Possible damage to the appliance.
Moisture can cause damage to the appliance.
To avoid irreparable damage to the appliance, ensure that no moisture
gets into it during cleaning.
Never immerse the appliance in water and protect it from splashing or sprayed
water.
Allow the appliance to cool down before cleaning to prevent any risk of burns.
Clean the housing only with a soft damp cloth and a mild detergent.
Remove dust deposits on the protective screen with a vacuum cleaner.
Transport and storage
Always carry the appliance using its carrying handles
9
.
Disconnect the mains power plug if you do not intend to use the appliance for an
extended period of time.
Store the appliance in a dry environment.
Disposal
Never dispose of the appliance in normal domestic waste. This
product is subject to the provisions of the European WEEE (Waste
Electrical and Electronic Equipment) Directive 2012/19/EU.
Dispose of the appliance via an approved waste disposal company or your
municipal waste disposal facility. Please observe applicable regulations.
Please contact your waste disposal facility if you are in any doubt.
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Disposing of the batteries
Defective or dead batteries must be recycled according to Directive 2006/66/EC.
Do not dispose of the batteries in the domestic waste. Batteries can contain poi-
sons which are damaging to the environment. Therefore, dispose of the batteries
in accordance with applicable statutory regulations.
Consumers are legally obliged to dispose of used batteries at a collection point
in their town/district or at a retail store. This obligation is intended to ensure that
batteries are disposed of in an environmentally responsible manner.
Dispose of batteries only when they are fully discharged.
Troubleshooting
This section contains important information about fault identification and rectifica-
tion.
WARNING
Observe the following safety information to avoid hazards and property dam-
age:
Repairs to electrical appliances should only be carried out by specialists
trained by the manufacturer. Improper repairs can cause considerable risks
to users and damage to the appliance.
Fault causes and rectification
The following table will help you to identify and rectify minor malfunctions:
Malfunction Possible cause Remedy
The appliance
will not switch
on.
The plug is not connected. Put the power plug into the socket.
The mains power socket is not
supplying power.
Check the house mains fuse.
The appliance
switches itself
off automati-
cally.
The overheating protection has
been triggered.
Allow the appliance to cool down.
Clean the appliance.
The selected temperature has
been reached.
The appliance switches itself back on
automatically as soon as the room
temperature falls.
Select a higher target temperature
19
.
NOTE
If you are unable to resolve the problem by taking any of the aforemen-
tioned steps, please contact the Customer Service department.
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