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Electrical WARNING –

Electrical WARNING – THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED The electrical installation must be carried out by a competent electrician, and be in strict accordance with the current I.E.E. regulations for Electrical Equipment in Buildings. The heater is fitted with a length of flexible cable type H05VV-F size 3 x 1.0mm 2 on models PLX 500 - 2000 and size 3 x 1.5mm 2 on PLX 3000 models, for connection to the fixed wiring of the premises through a suitable connection box positioned adjacent to the heater. The supply circuit to the heater must incorporate a double pole isolating switch having a contact separation of at least 3mm. Supplementary Earth Bonding Should Equipotential Earth Bonding be required the earthing conductor in the supply cord is deemed to provide the supplementary bonding connection (see Regulation 544.2.5, 17 th Edition I.E.E. Wiring Regulations). General NOTE: The PLX Convector is designed for wall mounting on the wall brackets supplied. The wall brackets supplied with the appliance must be used. It should only be operated when in the upright position as shown. All models are splashproof to IP24 standard. Models PLX…TI are fitted with a 24 hour programmable timer. Models PLX…TX are fitted with a 7 day programmable timer. Models PLX…NC are fitted with no controls, for use with external thermostatic or programming controllers. Before connecting the heater check that the supply voltage is the same as that stated on the heater. Please note that lit cigarettes, candles and oil burners, combined with the convection effect of electric heaters can cause soot deposits to build up on the surface directly above and to the sides of the heater. This is not the fault of the heater. Extensive burning of candles or smoking in the operating environment of this product can produce heavy discoloration within a few months of use. Wall Mounting IMPORTANT – The wall brackets supplied with the appliance must be used. The heater should be positioned observing the minimum clearances stated around the heater - see Fig. 1. DO NOT locate the heater immediately below a fixed socket outlet or connection box. 1. Remove wall mounting bracket from the back of the heater by depressing the spring latch at the top of each bracket - see Fig. 2. 2 . F i x t h e w a l l b r a c k e t s e c u r e l y t o t h e w a l l t h r o u g h t h e four screw holes provided. 3. Present the heater to the wall bracket, and engage lower slots in the back with bracket. 4. Raise the heater to upright position and push the heater onto brackets to engage top latch. Access to the controls The controls cover (see ‘x’ in Fig. 1) on your heater has a latch which may be locked shut if desired using a small bladed screwdriver - see Fig. 3. To open the cover insert the blade of the screwdriver in the small slot and rotate a quarter of a turn clockwise to disengage the latch. The cover may then be hinged back towards the wall for access to the controls. Operation - Thermostat only models Control of Output and Temperature (see Fig. 4) Fig. 3 The switch marked O and I controls the electricity supply to the heating elements. The OFF position is marked O. The switch marked I - II (half heat – full heat) provides a choice of output as desired. Fig. 4 Thermostat Operation The heater is fitted with an adjustable thermostat enabling the room temperature to be controlled by adjusting the setting accordingly. The * setting represents a room temperature of approximately 5°C and may be used for protection against frost. Higher temperature settings range from 1-6 (max.) creating a room temperature of approximately 30°C. A neon indicator light glows when the appliance is actually heating. Switch on the heater and turn the thermostat knob to mark 6 opposite the indicator mark (located on centre right of the knob - see Fig. 4 & 5), and set selector switch to full heat output to warm the room rapidly. When the room temperature has reached the desired level, turn the thermostat knob back slowly until the thermostat just clicks off. The heater will then maintain the room temperature at the chosen level, provided that the correct size of heater has been selected for the room to be heated. NOTE – Should your heater fail to come on when the thermostat knob is at a low setting, this may be due to the room temperature being higher than the thermostat setting. 255 MIN Fig. 2

Operation - TI and TX Timer Models Control of Output and Temperature (see Fig. 5) The slide switch on the timer unit controls the electricity supply to the heating elements on TI and TX models. The switch marked I - II (half heat – full heat) provides a choice of output as desired. Thermostat Operation - see above. Using the Timer The heater must be connected to the electricity supply for the timer to operate. Set the timer by rotating the dial clockwise until the correct time of day is indicated opposite the datum mark (located at centre front of the timer - see Fig. 5). ‘OFF’ Position Set the timer switch to position. The timer operates but the heater will not output any heat, as the electricity supply to the heating elements has been disconnected. Manual Operation Set the timer switch to position. The heater will now operate continuously under the control of the thermostat - see ‘Thermostat Operation’ above. Automatic Operation Set the timer switch to position. The panel will now operate during set ‘ON’ periods under the control of the thermostat. To set the timer’s ‘ON’ and ‘OFF’ periods: I 1. Using your finger tip or the tip of a pencil, push in as many segments as necessary around the dial, according to the times you don’t require heat – see Fig. 6. Each segment pushed O in switches the heater OFF for that part of the hour. All other segments will be ‘ON’. Fig. 6 2. You can select as many ‘ON’ periods as you like, within the 24-hour day. The settings will repeat every day until changed. 3. To change ‘ON’ and ‘OFF’ times, simply push in any ‘ON’ segments you wish to cancel and pull out new ‘ON’ segments as required. Note: On TI models each segment on the timer represents 20 mins. TX Models TX Models are fitted with 7 day programmable timers. In all other respects they are identical in installation and operation to 24 hour timer operation on TI models. 1. Setting the Time The current day and time is set by rotating the timer dial clockwise until the correct day and time is indicated opposite the datum mark. 2. Automatic Operation Set the time switch to the symbol. Select the days and 5 11 14 13 12 Fig. 5 times you require the heater to come on by pulling out the appropriate segments. Each segment represents a 2 hour 20 minute period for the day indicated. The timer may be set to give as many ‘ON’ periods of any length required in multiples of 2 hours and 20 minutes. The programme will repeat itself every 7 days until changed. The programme may be over-ridden at any time by switching to or and can be reinstated by switching back to setting. Safety - Overheat protection For your safety this appliance is fitted with a thermal cut-out. In the event that the product overheats for some reason, the cut-out prevents excessive temperatures on the product by cutting the power to the heater. Once the heater has cooled down, it will reset automatically, it will continue to cycle on and off automatically until the reason for overheating is removed. Cleaning Before commencing cleaning, unplug the heater and allow it to cool. Disconnect the electricity supply to the appliance. The outside can be cleaned by wiping it over with a soft damp cloth and then dried. Do not use abrasive cleaning powders or furniture polish, as this can damage the surface finish. To release heater from the wall bracket for cleaning or redecoration, depress latch on both brackets (see Fig. 2) and hinge forward. Recycling After Sales Service For electrical products sold within the European Community. At the end of the electrical products useful life it should not be disposed of with household waste. Please recycle where facilities exist. Check with your Local Authority or retailer for recycling advice in your country. If this product appears damaged when first received or does not function correctly contact us by email aftersales@dimplex.co.uk or call 0844 879 3588 and we will be able to help. For ROI please call 01 842 8222. Do Not Return the product in the first instance as this may delay us providing you with a satisfactory service. ACCIDENTAL DAMAGE IS NOT COVERED UNDER THE WARRANTY. Your product is guaranteed for two years from date of purchase. Within this period we undertake to repair this product free of charge provided it has been installed and operated in accordance with these instructions. Should you require assistance with this product please go to www. dimplex.co.uk and click on “Customer Support” or email us at aftersales@dimplex.co.uk Alternatively call our contact centre on 0844 879 3588 (UK only). This is a Lo-call no. from a BT landline - other providers including mobile phones may charge you more. For ROI please call 01 842 8222. To assist you, we will need the following information: model no and serial no (these can be found on the product), nature of the fault and date of purchase. Please retain your receipt as proof of purchase. Your rights under this guarantee are additional to your statutory rights, which in turn are not affected by this guarantee. Spares can be purchased online, go to www.dimplex.co.uk/ outlet_store

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