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Piccolo - User & Installation Manual

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13. Do not tamper with

13. Do not tamper with the overpressure safety device, if supplied together with the appliance; trip it from time to time to ensure that it is not jammed and to remove any scale deposits. In countries which have enacted EN 1487, the appliance's intake pipe must be equipped with a safety device compliant with the said standard, calibrated to a maximum pressure of 0.7 MPa, including at least a cock, check valve, safety valve and hydraulic load cutout. 14. It is normal that water drip from the overpressure safety device and EN 1487 safety unit when the appliance is heating. For this reason one must install a drain, open to the air, with a continuously downwards sloping pipe, in an area not subject to subzero temperatures. Make sure to drain the appliance when it is out of service or in an area subject to subzero temperatures. 15. Make sure to drain the appliance when it is out of service or in an area subject to subzero temperatures. 16. Water heated to over 50° C can cause immediate serious burns if delivered directly to the taps. Children, disabled persons and the aged are particularly at risk. We recommend installing a thermostatic mixer valve on the water delivery line, marked with a red collar. 17. Do not leave flammable materials in contact with or in the vicinity of the appliance. GB 23

GB Symbols: Symbol ! Meaning Failure to observe this warning can result in injury, which may even be fatal in certain circumstances Failure to observe this warning can result in damage or injury, even serious in certain circumstances, to property, plants and animals ! Observe the product's general and specific safety instructions. GENERAL SAFETY STANDARDS Ref. Warning Risk Symbol 1 Do not open the appliance or remove from its installation Electrocution hazard due to the presence of live electrical equipment Personal injury - burns caused by overheated components and wounds caused by sharp edges ! 2 Do not start or stop the appliance by inserting/pulling the power plug Electrocution hazard due to damage to the power cord, its plug or the socket ! 3 Do not damage the power cord Electrocution hazard due to bare live wires ! 4 Do not leave objects on the appliance Personal injury due to objects falling off the appliance as a result of vibration Damage to the appliance or other property due to objects falling off the appliance as a result of vibration ! 5 Do not climb onto the appliance Personal injury due to falling off the appliance Damage to the appliance or other property due to the appliance itself detaching from its mounting ! 6 Do not clean the appliance without having first switched it off, pulled its power plug or shut off its power switch Electrocution hazard due to the presence of live electrical equipment ! 7 Install the appliance to a solid wall which is not subject to vibration Danger of the appliance falling off the wall due to structural collapse, or noisy operation ! 8 Make the electrical hookup with cables of adequate cross-section Danger of fire due to overheating of undersized electrical wires ! 9 Restore all safety and control functions after working on the appliance and check that they are operational before returning it to service Damage or blocking of the appliance due to improper control ! 10 Drain all components containing hot water, using the bleed cocks, before handling them Danger of burns ! 11 Descale the system as given in the product's “safety sheet”; when doing so, ventilate the room, wear safety clothing, make sure not to mix products, and protect the appliance itself and any adjacent objects Personal injury due to contact of the skin and eyes with acid, inhalation or ingestion of noxious chemicals Damage to the appliance and adjacent objects due to corrosion by acid ! 12 Do not use insecticides, solvents or aggressive detergents to clean the appliance Damage to plastic and painted parts and assemblies 24