Operating manual - QS Supplies

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Operating manual - QS Supplies

Contents1. Diagrams and pictures......................................................................................51.1 Configuration................................................................................................ 51.2 Control panel................................................................................................ 61.3 Tap............................................................................................................... 62. For your Safety................................................................................................. 72.1 Normal Use................................................................................................... 72.2 Safety Instructions........................................................................................ 73. Description of Symbols.....................................................................................84. Product Information.........................................................................................84.1 Steam bath................................................................................................... 8Limescale filter............................................................................................. 84.2 Light............................................................................................................. 84.3 Shower......................................................................................................... 95. Initial start-up of the steam bath......................................................................9Set the water hardness................................................................................. 96. Operation.........................................................................................................96.1 Switching on the control panel..................................................................... 96.2 Switching the steam bath on/off..................................................................106.3 Switching the light on/off............................................................................106.4 Shower........................................................................................................10Switching the handheld spray on.................................................................10Selecting the type of water jet from the handheld spray head.....................10Switching to the overhead shower...............................................................107. Changing settings............................................................................................117.1 Changing the water hardness...................................................................... 118. Cleaning and Maintenance...............................................................................118.1 Glass............................................................................................................ 118.2 Acrylic.......................................................................................................... 12Cleaning....................................................................................................... 12Damage....................................................................................................... 128.3 Control panel............................................................................................... 128.4 Tap fittings................................................................................................... 128.5 Anodised aluminium....................................................................................13Minor soiling................................................................................................13Moderate soiling..........................................................................................13Severe soiling..............................................................................................133


1.1.1Diagrams and picturesConfigurationOverheadshowerLightMaintenance door/limescale filterHandheldshowerControl panelTapSteam jet5


1.2Control panelSteam bathLightService1.3TapSelectorSingle-lever mixer6


2.For your SafetyTo ensure that you'll have many years of pleasure from your product, please read theseoperating instructions carefully, particularly the safety instructions.Keep them in a safe place and in the case of a change in ownership, please ensure theyare given to the new owner.2.1Normal UseThe steam bath is to be used exclusively on private property, including a hotel room,in a residential home or other similar situations and is not to be used for medical purposes.Use is limited to indoors. This product is intended solely for use as a shower anda relaxing steam bath.Any other usage will be deemed as not corresponding with normal usage.DURAVIT AG assumes no liability for abnormal usage.2.2Safety InstructionsPlease read and comply with the following safety instruction!Remove electrical devices to eliminate the risk of a possible electrical shock.• Ensure that there are no electrical devices in the steam bath.This product is designed to be used only by adults.• Children, elderly or infirm individuals or individuals with disabilities should onlyuse the steam bath under supervision.Bathe only when in good health.• Do not use the steam bath if you have symptoms of influenza, a common cold or aninfectious disease.• Consult your doctor before using the pool if you suffer from high or low blood pressure,tendency to bleeding, cardiac or vascular illness, acute illnesses or infections,circulation problems, diabetes or if you are pregnant.• If taking medication, consult a doctor before using the steam bath.• Do not use the steam bath while under the influence of drugs or alcohol.• Do not use the steam bath immediately after strenuous physical exercise.Do not touch the steam jet, as it is very hot when the steam bath is in use.• Apply fragrant essential oils to the steam jet only before switching on the steam bath.• To avoid burns, do not touch the steam jet.7


3.Description of SymbolsThe following warning signs warn you of dangerous situations and their severity:DANGER!WARNING!CAUTION!NOTE!High risk, lethal hazards, severe injuries.Moderate risk, severe injuries.Slight risk, minor injuries.Damage to property.The following symbols are used:!!Hints and tips here!??Troubleshooting support!> A request for your input.4.Product Information4.1 Steam bathWithin a short period of time, the built-in steam generator fills the cabin with densesteam, creating a relaxing atmosphere for a sense of well-being. In the steam bath, therelative humidity is 100% at a relatively low temperature of approx. 42-50°C.Limescale filterThe steam generator is equipped with a limescale filter. It softens the water that entersthe steam generator. When the limescale filter has reached the end of its life, yourSt.Trop automatically requests a filter change. If the filter is not changed, the steambath switches off automatically to prevent damage to the steam generator.4.2LightThe lighting strip in the ceiling provides pleasant illumination of the cabin.8


4.3ShowerYour St.Trop features both an overhead shower and a handheld shower head. Waterissues from the rainfall shower head like a warm summer rain. Thanks to adjustablewater jets, the handheld spray head offers not only a normal stream of water, but alsoa clear stream for use in application of clear water therapy.5.Initial start-up of the steam bathSet the water hardnessIf the water hardness has not already been set during installation, it must be set nowbefore initial start-up.>>Check with the local water utility for information on the hardness of your water.>>Press the "Steam" and "Light" buttons simultaneously for 2 seconds.All buttons light up, one flashes. The flashing light indicates the set water hardness:Water hardnessSoft water (1 - 8.4 °dH)Moderately hard water (8.4-14 °dH)Hard water (>14 ° dH)Display in control panel"Steam bath" button flashes"Service" button flashes"Light" button flashes>>Press the button that corresponds to your water hardness for 2 seconds.The button for the set water hardness flashes.>>Press the "Steam" and "Light" buttons simultaneously for 2 seconds.You have now left the "Settings" menu.The steam bath is now configured, You can start to enjoy it!6.Operation6.1 Switching on the control panel>>Press any button on the control panel.The background illumination (backlighting) switches on.The control panel is now activated.9


6.2 Switching the steam bath on/off>>Press the "Steam bath" buttonThe steam batch switches on/off.!! The steam bath switches off automatically after 20 minutes.??The steam bath does not start and the "Service" button flashes slowly?Your St.Trop is requesting a filter change. The steam bath has switched offautomatically to prevent damage to the steam generator.>>Change the limescale filter.6.3 Switching the light on/off>>Press the "Light" button.The light switches on/off.!! The light switches off automatically after 2 hours.6.4ShowerSwitching the handheld spray on>>Rotate the single-lever mixer to the desired temperature position.>>Open the single-lever mixer.Water starts to flow.Selecting the type of water jet from the handheld spray head>>Rotate the sleeve on the end of the handheld spray head.This switches the water jet between normal and clear flow.Switching to the overhead showerPrerequisite: The handheld spray head is in use.>>Pull out the selector.This switches on the overhead shower.!! Would you like to switch on the overhead shower directly?>>Rotate the single-lever mixer to the desired temperature position.>>Pull out the selector and hold it firmly.>>Open the single-lever mixer. This switches on the overhead shower.10


7.7.1Changing settingsChanging the water hardness>>Press the "Steam" and "Light" buttons simultaneously for 2 seconds.All buttons light up, one flashes. The flashing light indicates the set water hardness:Water hardnessSoft water (1 - 8.4 °dH)Moderately hard water (8.4-14 °dH)Hard water (>14 ° dH)Display in control panel"Steam bath" button flashes"Service" button flashes"Light" button flashes>>Press the button that corresponds to your water hardness for 2 seconds.The button for the set water hardness flashes.>>Press the "Steam" and "Light" buttons simultaneously for 2 seconds.You have now left the "Settings" menu.8.Cleaning and MaintenanceNote!Damage to the surfaces through the use of the wrong cleaning fluids or detergents.• Only use a cleaning fluid that is recommended by Duravit.• Never use abrasive, aggressive or chemical cleaners.Surface Damage due to Moisture.>>Dry the cabin with a soft cloth.>>Leave the cabin door open until the cabin is dry.8.1Glass>>After every shower, dry the glass surface with a glass wiper (squeegee).11


8.2AcrylicCleaning>>Clean acrylic with a soft, damp cloth.>>Use the Duravit Maintenance Set for Acrylic Surfaces for the occasional thoroughcleaning and for removing stubborn spots.>>Remove extensive soiling with warm water and a liquid detergent, dish washerliquid or soap suds.Damage>>Remove scratches and other surface damage with the Duravit Acrylic SurfaceMaintenance and Repair Set.8.3Control panel>>Clean the control panel with a soft, damp cloth.8.4Tap fittingsNote!Damage to the surfaces through the use of the wrong cleaner!• Do not use cleaners that• contain hydrochloric acid, formic acid or acetic acid• contain phosphoric acid or chlorine bleach, or• abrasive effect.• Do not mix cleaners.• Do not use pad sponges or micro fibre cloths.• Do not use steam cleaners as the high temperature could damage the product.• Spray cleaner onto the cloth and under no circumstances onto the tap fittings. Thespray can penetrate openings and gaps in the taps and cause damage.• Take note of the cleaning instructions and the time taken to work under the specificconditions and do not allow the cleaner to remain on the surface longer thannecessary.>>Clean the taps regularly in order to prevent a build-up of limescale.>>Follow the cleaning manufacturer's instructions.>>Rinse with clean water to remove all traces of the cleaner.12


8.5Anodised aluminiumNote! Water with a calcium content attacks aluminium.>>Wipe up standing water on the aluminium surfaces of the shelf and door framewith a cloth immediately after each use.Minor soiling>>Saturate a soft cloth in water containing some dishwashing liquid.>>Use a circular motion to clean the surfaces while applying light pressure.>>Rinse with clean water to remove all traces of thecleaner.Moderate soiling>>Use an emulsion-based cleaner (e.g. a furniture polish suitable for use in wetareas).>>Shake the cleaner.>>Moisten a soft cloth with the cleaner.>>Apply a thin coat of the cleaner over a large area and polish the surfaces.Severe soiling>>Use an acid- and alkali-free cleaner that contains fine abrasive, grease-dissolvingagents or a combination of other cleaning additives (e.g. a thick, commerciallyavailable slightly abrasive cleaner).>>Moisten a soft cloth with the cleaner.>>Use a circular motion to clean the surfaces while applying light pressure.>>Rinse with clean water to remove all traces of the cleaner.13


9.Troubleshooting supportExplanation of the flashing modes of the "Service" buttonThe "Service" button flashesslowly.0 12 3 4 t / secThe "Service" button flashes rapidly.The "Service" button flashesbriefly once/twice/three times/four times.Problem Potential cause Solution see pageThe "Service" buttonflashes slowly.The limescale filter hasexceeded the permissiblenumber of operatinghours must be changed.>>Change the limescalefilter.>>Reset the water meter.>>Press the "Service"button to acknowledgethe service message.15The "Service" buttonflashes rapidly and thesteam bath does notstart.The "Service" buttonflashes briefly once andthe shower does notoperate.The „Service" buttonflashes briefly once.The limescale filter hasexceeded the permissiblenumber of operatinghours must be changed.The steam bath hasswitched off automaticallyto prevent damageto the steam generator.The water supply hasbeen turned off.Problem with the limescalefilter.>>Change the limescalefilter.>>Reset the water meter.>>Press the "Service"button to acknowledgethe service message.>>Check the water supplyline.>>Open the door in themaintenance panel.>>Proceed as described inthe operating manualfor the replaceablefilter: "Troubleshooting"chapter.1514


Problem Potential cause Solution see pageOtherwise:Problem with steamgenerator.>>Contact Customer Serviceand describe howthe light is flashing.The "Service" buttonflashes briefly twice/three times / four times.Problem with steamgenerator.>>Contact Customer Serviceand describe howthe light is flashing.!! Press the "Service" button to acknowledge the service message.10. Maintenance10.1Change the limescale filterHow often?Change the limescale filter as soon as the "Service" button flashes, but no later than12 months after initial start-up.How?1. Changing the limescale filterPrerequisite: New limescale filter (Art. No. 790592 00000 0000 from Duravit orPURITY C Quell ST C50 through Brita) ordered and on hand.>>Open the maintenance door.>>Change the limescale filter using the procedure described in the instructions forthe limescale filter.2. Reset the water meter.>>Press the "Steam" and "Light" buttons simultaneously for 2 seconds.All buttons light up, one flashes.>>Press the "Steam bath" and "Service" buttons for 2 seconds.All buttons flash.>>Press the "Light" and "Service" buttons for 2 seconds.The buttons light up in succession; the water meter has been reset.>>Press any button.You have now left the "Settings" menu.15


10.2Change the dirt-collecting screenHow often?Depending on the water quality, have the dirt-collecting screen in the thermostaticmixer cleaned at least once yearly.How?Note! The screen must be cleaned by a professional plumber.Inform person that the instructions for cleaning the dirt-collecting screen can be obtainedfrom our Customer Service; Tel. 0180 5332343.10.3Change the sealsHow often?Seals are subject to deterioration caused by limescale, dirt, water and heat.Have the seals changed as often as necessary.How?Note! The seals must be changed by a professional plumber.Inform person that the replacement kit (Art. No. 790593 00000 0000) can be obtainedfrom our Customer Service; Tel. 0180 5332343.11.11.1Technical DataIdentification PlateThe identification plate is on the back page of the Operators Manual.This product conforms to all the appropriate EU guidelines.DIN 15200DIN EN 60335-2-10511.2SpecificationsRated voltageFrequency220-240 V ~ (AC)50/60 Hz16


Max. rated powerProtection typeProtection classLED lightWater pressure3.1 kWIP X5Protection against sprayed water (from any direction)I24 V / 19 W with power supply300 - 500 kPa (3 - 5 bar)11.3MaterialsDoor frameShelfGlassWallsAnodised aluminiumAnodised aluminiumESG (single-pane safety glass)Acrylic11.4Basic settingsWater hardness HardAutomaticshut-off time Steam bath After 20 minutesLightAfter 2 hours17


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