It’s essential that the brine circuit is always filled with the correct fluid levels otherwise the heating installation may become damaged. The fluid level may also vary depending on the temperature of the heat source. Under no circumstances must the fluid level be allowed to drop so far that it is no longer visible in the expansion tank. If the brine level is too low please contact your installer.
Check the line pressure of the heating installation once a month. The external manometer must have the correct pressure. The pressure of the heating installation might differ from country to country but the most common setting is between 1 and 1.5 bar. If the value display is below 0.8, the water must be topped up. If the heating system pressure is too low or you are not aware of your heating system pressure settings please contact your local installer.
The strainer must be cleaned twice a year. Have a cloth ready when opening the strainer cover as a small amount of water usually escapes. To clean the strainer: Switch off the heat pump; Turn the shut-off tap (A) to the closed position; Unscrew the cover (B) and remove it; Remove and rinse the filter (C); Reinstall the filter; Check that the O-ring (D) on the cover is not damaged; Screw the cover back into place; Turn the shut-off tap to the open position; Start the heat pump.
In the OPERATION menu you can set the operating mode of the heat pump. Please make sure that before the heating season arrives your heat pump is in AUTO or HEAT PUMP mode.
When changing operating mode, confirm your choice by pressing the right button once. The asterisk will move to the selected operating mode.
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