VisionLine Electric Flat Panel Fireplace Heater User Manual [VL-36B, VL-60B,VL-45B, VL-50B, VL-55B,VL-65B, VL-72B, VL-100B]

VisionLine Electric Flat Panel Fireplace Heater

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36″/45″/50″/55″/60″/65″/72″/100″
Wall Mounted / Built-in Electric Fireplace
AC 220-240V 50Hz 1400-1600W

WARNING WARNING
Read and understand this entire owner’s manual, including all safety information, before plugging in or using this product. Failure to do so could result in fire, electric shock, or serious personal injury.

WARNING CAUTION
Keep this owner’s manual for future reference. If you sell or give this product away, make sure this manual accompanies this product.

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IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION!

WARNING WARNING

  • Read all instructions before using this heater!
  • This heater is hot when in use. To avoid burns, DO NOT let bare skin touch hot surfaces. If provided, use handles when moving this heater. Keep  combustible materials, such as furniture, pillows, bedding, papers, clothes, and curtains at least 3 feet (0.9m) from the front of the heater, and keep them away from the sides and rear.
  • Extreme caution is necessary when any heater is used by or near children or invalids and whenever the heater is left operating and unattended.
  • DO NOT operate any heater with a damaged cord or plug or after the heater malfunctions, has been dropped or damaged in any manner. Discard heater, or return to authorized service facility for examination and/or repair.
  • DO NOT run power cord under carpeting. DO NOT cover power cord with throw rugs, runners, or similar coverings. DO NOT route power cord under furniture or appliances. Arrange power cord away from traffic area, and where it will not be tripped over.
  • Connect to properly grounded outlets ONLY.
  • DO NOT insert or allow foreign objects to enter any ventilation or exhaust opening, as this may cause electric shock or fire, or damage the heater.
  • To prevent a possible fire, DO NOT block air intakes or exhaust in any manner. Doing so could cause a fire. DO NOT use on soft surfaces, like a bed, where openings may become blocked.
  • A heater has hot and arcing or sparking parts inside. DO NOT use it in areas where gasoline, paint, or flammable liquids are used or stored.
  • Use this heater only as described in this manual. Any other use not recommended by the manufacturer may cause fire, electric shock, or injury to persons.
  • ALWAYS plug heaters directly into a wall outlet/receptacle. NEVER use with an extension cord or relocatable power tap (outlet/power strip).
  • DO NOT place the heater near a bed because objects such as pillows or blankets can fall off the bed and be ignited by the heater.
  • NEVER use this heater in bathrooms, laundry rooms, or any other location where the heater could fall into a bathtub or pool, become damp, or come in contact with water.
  • AVOID FIRE! Regularly inspect all air vents to make sure they are free from dust, lint, or other blockages. Unplug the unit and clean with a vacuum ONLY. DO NOT rinse or get wet.
  • ALWAYS mount to wall bracket before use. DO NOT set on the floor, or another surface, to use.
  • NEVER use a wall mount bracket from another manufacturer.
  • This product is not intended to be a primary heat source. It is for supplemental heat only.
  • INDOOR use only! NEVER use this heater outdoors! Doing so may result in electric shock!
  • Risk of electric shock! DO NOT OPEN! No user-serviceable parts inside!
  • ALWAYS turn this heater off before unplugging it from the outlet.
  • ALWAYS disconnect this unit from the power supply before performing any assembly or cleaning, or before relocating the electric fireplace.
  • NEVER leave this heater unattended. ALWAYS unplug this heater when not in use.
  • ALWAYS store this heater in a dry location. NEVER use the fireplace if it has become wet.
  • NEVER plug this heater into an outlet that is old, cracked, or has any loose wires or connections. Plugging this heater into a faulty outlet could result in electric arcing within the outlet that could cause the outlet to overheat or catch fire.
  • ALWAYS check your heater cord and plug connections with each use!
    i) MAKE SURE the plug fits tight in the outlet! Faulty wall outlet connections or loose plugs can cause the outlet to overheat.
    ii) Heaters draw more current than small appliances. Overheating may occur even if it has not occurred with the use of other appliances.
    iii) During use check frequently to see if the plug outlet or faceplate is HOT!
    iv) If the outlet or faceplate is HOT, discontinue use immediately and have a qualified electrician inspect and/or replace the faulty outlets.

Preparation

WARNING This product includes a GLASS panel! Always use extreme caution when handling glass. Failure to do so could result in personal injury or property damage.

Remove all parts and hardware from the carton and place them on a clean, soft, dry surface. Parts and assembly steps are grouped for wall-hanging or recessing use. Check the parts list to make sure nothing is missing. Dispose of packaging materials properly. Please recycle whenever possible.

You will need the following tools (not included): Phillips screwdriver; stud finder; level; tape measure; electric drill; 1/4” wood drill bit, hammer.

Parts and Hardware

Parts and Hardware

Specification and Dimension

Specification and Dimension

PRODUCT DIMENSIONS

Installation and Assembly

Your appliance is a wall-mounted, recessed and/or mantel installed appliance. Select a suitable location that is not susceptible to moisture and is away from drapes, furniture and high traffic areas.
NOTE: Follow all National and local electrical codes.

MINIMUM CLEARANCE TO COMBUSTIBLES

MINIMUM CLEARANCE TO COMBUSTIBLES

MINIMUM MANTEL CLEARANCES

WARNING
WHEN USING PAINT OR LACQUER TO FINISH THE MANTEL, THE PAINT OR LACQUER MUST BE HEAT RESISTANT TO PREVENT DISCOLOURATION.

MINIMUM MANTEL CLEARANCES

RECESSED TO WALL INSTALLATION

RECESSED TO WALL INSTALLATION

STEP A. Selection a dry wall to open a hole for fireplace box. Size of hole as below chart Figure ( A )

RECESSED TO WALL INSTALLATION 1

STEP B. Fix the three wall anchors in each side of the fireplace box according to the dimensions showed on the drawing. Figure (B)

RECESSED TO WALL INSTALLATION C

STEP C. Take off the two screws in both sides of the glass panel. Figure ( C )

RECESSED TO WALL INSTALLATION D

STEP D. Have two person to take the glass panel out of the fireplace box. Place it to a soft and clean place. Figure ( D)

RECESSED TO WALL INSTALLATION E

STEP E. Have two person to move the fireplace box to the wall hole. If the appliance is fully recessed into the wall:
• Use the 6 screws (provided) to lock the appliance into the wall with the existing two side flanges, see Figure ( E)
• Install the media and re-install the glass front.

RECESSED TO WALL INSTALLATION F

STEP F. Fireplace will be like this after installation Figure ( F)

Wall Mounted Installation

Due to the many different materials used on different walls, it is highly recommended that you consult your local builder before you install this appliance on the wall.
A.Select a location that is not prone to moisture and is located at least 36″ (914mm) away from combustible materials such as curtain drapes, furniture, bedding,  paper, etc.
B.Have two people hold the appliance against the wall to determine the final location.
C.Place unit face down on a soft, non abrasive surface. Remove the bracket from the back of the unit by removing the screws, refer to Figure 1.
D.Mark out location, then mount the bracket(s) onto the wall using the supplied screws. This bracket
MUST have the hooks facing upward and be level. NOTE: It is strongly recommended that the mounting bracket (E) be Screwed into the wall studs Where possible. If the wall Studs cannot be used, ensure

Wall Mounted Installation
That the supplied plastic anchors are used to affix the bracket to the wall and the bracket is adequately secured.
E. With the wall mounting bracket installed have two people lift the appliance up and insert the two hooks on the bracket into the two slots on the back of the appliance.
F. Check the appliance for stability ensuring that the bracket will not pull free from the wall.

Wall Bracket Illustrated

VL-36/45/50/60B Wall Bracket Illustrated

Wall Bracket Illustrated 1

Log set / Crystal / Pebble Ember Installation

(NOTE:Please make the installation according to the embers which you bought or selected.)

A. Glass front must be removed and the appliance must be mounted in its final location before the log set / crystal / pebble embers are installed.

B. If your fireplace come with log set, remove the log set from the package, put it to the fireplace designed place. Figure 1.

C. If your fireplace come with CLEAN CRYSTAL or PEBBLE MEDIA: Crystal or pebbles media may have a fine oil residue that needs to be cleaned prior to installation. Clean the them with mild dish soap, drain, rinse thoroughly and dry before placing into the tray.

D. Place the plastic tray ( I ) to the fireplace designed place.Then carefully place crystal or pebbles embers into the bottom tray on the front of the appliance as illustrated. Apply an even layer from side to side. Figure 2, Figure 3.

Wall Bracket Illustrated Fig 1 2

Wall Bracket Illustrated Fig 3 3

Operation

Electric Warning
Read and understand this entire owner’s manual, including all safety information, before plugging in or using this product. Failure to do so could result in electric shock, fire, serious injury, or death.

Power
Plug the power cord into a 220~240 Volt 10 Amp grounded outlet (see IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION on Pages 2 and 3). Make sure the outlet is in good condition and that the plug is not loose. NEVER exceed the maximum amperage for the circuit. DO NOT plug other appliances into the same circuit.

Methods of Operation
This electric fireplace can be operated by the CONTROL PANEL, located on the UP right side glass panel slot of the fireplace, or by the battery-powered REMOTE CONTROL.
The operation and functions of the two methods are the same.

Before operating, please review the IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION on Pages 2 and 3, and heed all warnings.

Methods of Operation

Control Panel / Touch Panel / Remote Control Operation

Control Panel

Control Panel 1

NOTICE
When the heater is first turned on, a slight odor may be present. This is normal and should not occur again unless the heater is not used for a long period of time.

NOTICE
To improve operation, aim the remote control at the front of the fireplace. DO NOT press the buttons too quickly. Give the unit time to respond to each command.

Temperature Limiting Control
This heater is equipped with a Temperature Limiting Control. Should the heater reach an unsafe temperature, the heater will automatically turn OFF. To reset:

  1. Unplug the power cord from the outlet.
  2. Turn the ON/OFF switch on the CONTROL PANEL to OFF. Wait 5 minutes.
  3. Inspect the fireplace to make sure no vents are blocked, or clogged with dust or lint. If they are, use a vacuum to clean the vent areas.
  4. With the POWER switch in the OFF position, plug the power cord back into the outlet.
  5. If the problem continues, have your outlet and wiring inspected by a professional.

Remote Control Battery Information

  • Small remote control uses one CR2025 battery (Included)
  • Big remote control uses two AAA batteries (Not Included)

NOTE: Remote control battery used depends on the remote control type which selected above.

WARNING NEVER dispose of batteries in fire. Failure to observe this precaution may result in an explosion. Dispose of batteries at your local hazardous material processing center.

Care and Maintenance

Cleaning

Electric Warning
ALWAYS turn the heater OFF and unplug the power cord from the outlet before cleaning, performing maintenance, or moving this fireplace. Failure to do so could result in electric shock, fire, or personal injury.

Electric Warning
NEVER immerse in water or spray with water. Doing so could result in electric shock, fire, or personal injury.

Metal:

  • Buff using a soft cloth, slightly dampened with a citrus oil-based product.
  • DO NOT use brass polish or household cleaners as these products will damage the metal trim.

Glass:

  • Use a good quality glass cleaner sprayed onto the cloth or towel. Dry thoroughly with a paper towel or lint-free cloth.
  • NEVER use abrasive cleansers, liquid sprays, or any cleaner that could scratch the surface.

Vents:

  • Use a vacuum or duster to remove dust and dirt from the heater and vent areas.

Plastic:

  • Wipe gently with a slightly damp cloth and a mild solution of dish soap and warm water.
  • NEVER use abrasive cleansers, liquid sprays, or any cleaner that could scratch the surface.

Maintenance

Electric Warning
Risk of electric shock! DO NOT OPEN any panels ! No user-serviceable parts inside!

Electric Warning
ALWAYS turn the heater OFF and unplug the power cord from the outlet before cleaning, performing maintenance, or moving this fireplace. Failure to do so could result in electric shock, fire, or personal injury.

Electrical and Moving Parts:

  • The fan motors are lubricated at the factory and will not require lubrication.
  • Electrical components are integrated in the fireplace and are not serviceable by the consumer.

Storage:

  • Store heater in a clean dry place when not in use.

WARNING WARNING! NO SERVICING of the internal or electrical parts should be performed by the consumer. Do not service the unit yourself.

 

VisionLine
444 Swan Street
Richmond,
Victoria
3121
Australia
Phone :- 1300 219 875 or 9429 5573
email :- [email protected]

VisionLine Electric Flat Panel Fireplace Heater User Manual [VL-36B, VL-60B,VL-45B, VL-50B, VL-55B,VL-65B, VL-72B, VL-100B] – Optimized PDF
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