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1. THE ENVIRONMENT - DISPOSAL INSTRUCTIONS ........................................................... 26
2. USER RECOMMENDATIONS .............................................................................................. 27
3. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ...................................................................................................... 28
4. SUGGESTIONS .................................................................................................................... 29
5. INSTALLATION AND CONNECTION ................................................................................... 30
5.1 Overall dimensions ........................................................................................................................................ 30
5.2 Positioning and levelling the appliance ......................................................................................................... 31
5.3 Preparing the Home Garden ......................................................................................................................... 32
5.4 Electrical connection ..................................................................................................................................... 32
5.5 Initial Filling ................................................................................................................................................... 33
6. FIRST USE ............................................................................................................................ 34
7. GETTING TO KNOW YOUR APPLIANCE ............................................................................ 35
8. CONTROL PANEL ................................................................................................................ 36
8.1 External light sensor ...................................................................................................................................... 36
8.2 Internal clock setting/display symbol ............................................................................................................. 36
8.3 Humidity supply/empty tank symbol .............................................................................................................. 36
8.4 Internal temperature/time display .................................................................................................................. 37
8.5 Standby symbol ............................................................................................................................................. 37
8.6 Internal air humidity percentage/minutes display .......................................................................................... 37
8.7 Key lock/unlock symbol ................................................................................................................................. 37
8.8 Internal light ON symbol ................................................................................................................................ 37
8.9 Cuttings function on symbol .......................................................................................................................... 37
8.10 Remote control sensor ................................................................................................................................ 37
9. THE REMOTE CONTROL ..................................................................................................... 38
9.1 Red led .......................................................................................................................................................... 38
9.2 Standby key .................................................................................................................................................. 38
9.3 Cuttings function on key ................................................................................................................................ 39
9.4 Humidifier key ............................................................................................................................................... 39
9.5 Internal light key ............................................................................................................................................ 39
9.6 Clock display/setting key ............................................................................................................................... 40
9.7 Value increase/decrease key ........................................................................................................................ 40
9.8 Replacing the remote control batteries ......................................................................................................... 40
10. USING THE HOME GARDEN ............................................................................................. 41
10.1 Removing and placing the pots in the Home Garden ................................................................................. 41
10.2 Automatic regulation of the internal micro-climate ...................................................................................... 41
10.3 Selecting the programme ............................................................................................................................ 42
10.4 Manual Program .......................................................................................................................................... 42
11. MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING ....................................................................................... 43
11.1 Filling the tank ............................................................................................................................................. 43
11.2 Cleaning the vapour delivery tube ............................................................................................................... 44
11.3 Cleaning the ultrasound vaporiser .............................................................................................................. 44
11.4 Cleaning the base ....................................................................................................................................... 44
11.5 Cleaning the pots ........................................................................................................................................ 44
11.6 Cleaning the glass panels ........................................................................................................................... 44
11.7 Replacing the lamps .................................................................................................................................... 44
12. PROBLEM SOLVING .......................................................................................................... 45
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE USER: these instructions contain user recommendations, description of the
commands and the correct procedures for cleaning and maintenance of the appliance.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE INSTALLER: these are intended for the qualified technician who must
install the appliance, set it functioning and carry out an inspection test.
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  • Page 1

    INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE USER: these instructions contain user recommendations, description of the commands and the correct procedures for cleaning and maintenance of the appliance. INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE INSTALLER: these are intended for the qualified technician who must install the appliance, set it functioning and carry out an inspection test.

  • Page 2

    ORGANISATIONS FOR THE ADDRESSES OF COLLECTION, RECYCLING AND DISPOSAL FACILITIES. NEVER LEAVE ALL OR PART OF THE PACKAGING LYING AROUND: PACKAGING PARTS, AND ESPECIALLY PLASTIC BAGS, MAY REPRESENT A SUFFOCATION HAZARD FOR CHILDREN. IMPORTANT: YOUR OLD APPLIANCE MUST ALSO BE DISPOSED OF PROPERLY.

  • Page 3

    ESTABLISH ITSELF ONLY AFTER A CERTAIN TIME. The manufacturer declines all responsibility for injury or damage caused by failure to comply with the above regulations or deriving from tampering with even just one part of the appliance and the use of non-original spare parts.

  • Page 4

    IN CASE OF MALFUNCTION, DISCONNECT THE APPLIANCE FROM THE POWER SUPPLY BY REMOVING THE PLUG, WITHOUT PULLING ON THE POWER SUPPLY LEAD. ALL REPAIRS OR OTHER WORK NOT COVERED BY THIS MANUAL MUST BE CARRIED OUT BY A QUALIFIED ENGINEER, WHO CAN BE CONTACTED AT AN AUTHORISED SERVICE CENTRE.

  • Page 5

    CONDITIONS SIMILAR TO THEIR NATURAL ENVIRONMENT. BUT THIS IS NOT IN ITSELF SUFFICIENT TO ENSURE THAT YOUR PLANTS GROW WITHOUT DISEASE. YOU MUST ENSURE, FIRST OF ALL, THAT YOU CHOOSE GOOD QUALITY PLANTS, IN GOOD HEALTH AT THE TIME OF PURCHASE.

  • Page 6: Installation And Connection, Overall Dimensions

    Installation and connection 5. INSTALLATION AND CONNECTION 5.1 Overall dimensions 5.1.1 Home Garden’s overall dimensions The drawing below shows the Home Garden’s maximum overall dimensions with the glass panels and trays open. (Fig.1) 5.1.2 Pot overall dimensions The drawing below shows the maximum overall dimensions of the pots.

  • Page 7: Positioning And Levelling The Appliance

    The Home Garden may be placed on a pedestal (optional, available from your service centre). Completely unscrew the feet and fit the studs into the holes on the pedestal. Now secure the pedestal to the Home Garden using the 4 provided nuts“A”. (Fig. 4) (Fig.

  • Page 8: Preparing The Home Garden, Electrical Connection

    To connect the unit to the mains, plug the transformer jack into the socket marked on the base of the Home Garden (Point 1 of figure 6); plug the power cord into the transformer (Point 2 of figure 6) and plug its other end into the mains socket.

  • Page 9

    (fig. 6) 5.5 Initial Filling The Home Garden’s tank is empty when purchased. It must be filled for the appliance to operate. For filling instructions, see “"11.1 Filling the tank"” on page 43. IT IS ADVISABLE TO FILL THE TANK ONLY AFTER THE HOME GARDEN HAS BEEN POSITIONED.

  • Page 10

    The inside of the appliance should be cleaned to remove all manufacturing residues. For further information, see "11. Maintenance and cleaning". The following are the only procedures required to start up the Home Garden when using it for the first time: 1 switch on the Home Garden by pressing the button on the remote control (see Section "9.2...

  • Page 11

    Getting to know your appliance 7. GETTING TO KNOW YOUR APPLIANCE HUMIDIFIER WATER TANK CONTROL PANEL SLIDING TRAYS PLANT POTS VAPOUR DELIVERY TUBE LED LAMP HUMIDITY AND INTERNAL TEMPERATURE SENSOR TANK FILLER CAP HEATING PLATES (FIG. 7)

  • Page 12: External Light Sensor, Internal Clock Setting/display Symbol, Humidity Supply/empty Tank Symbol

    It flashes when the water tank level goes into reserve and the humidifier is no longer able to deliver the required vapour. For filling the water tank, read paragraph "11.1 Filling the tank".

  • Page 13: Internal Temperature/time Display, Standby Symbol, Internal Air Humidity Percentage/minutes Display, Internal Light On Symbol

    It can be switched off manually at any time by pressing the key when it is on. For instructions for the internal lighting function, see "9.5 Internal light key".

  • Page 14: Red Led, Standby Key

    VALUE INCREASE KEY (Fig. 9) 9.1 Red led This led switches on whenever any key is pressed to confirm that the signal has been sent to the control panel. 9.2 Standby key This key activates the appliance’s circuitry when it is in standby. When it is reconnected to the power supply, or after a lengthy power shutdown, the Home Garden will start up with the settings it had when it was switched off.

  • Page 15: Cuttings Function On Key, Humidifier Key, Internal Light Key

    If the lamps are completely off, pressing this key turns them on at full strength and they will stay on for about one hour.

  • Page 16: Clock Display/setting Key

    Selecting the programme". 9.7 Value increase/decrease key These keys are used for setting the time as described in paragraph "9.6 Clock display/setting key" and selecting the Home Garden’s preset operating programs. For the preset programme, see "10.2 Automatic regulation of the internal micro-climate" and "10.3 Selecting the programme".

  • Page 17: Removing And Placing The Pots In The Home Garden, Automatic Regulation Of The Internal Micro-climate

    At this point, with both side panels raised, the two sliding trays on which the pots are located can be pulled out. Take care not to exert excessive force: the end stop which prevents them from falling may be damaged by this. Once the two sliding trays are fully extended, the pots are available for use.

  • Page 18

    Once this check has terminated, the system will ask you to select one of the 4 programs available. symbol (followed by a number from 1 to 4) will flash on the left-hand display (the orange one). Use the keys to scroll through the 4 programmes ( ).

  • Page 19: Filling The Tank

    Home Garden". With the trays and pots extracted, remove cap “A” by lifting it off as shown in the figure. Use a garden watering can to slowly fill the tank through hole “B”. A float inside the tank slowly rises as the water level increases and indicates when the tank is full .

  • Page 20: Cleaning The Vapour Delivery Tube, Cleaning The Base, Cleaning The Pots, Cleaning The Glass Panels

    11.2 Cleaning the vapour delivery tube Periodically check the delivery tube for blockages. If it is blocked, extract it (simply pull it upwards) and clean it under running water or with a steel wire. 11.3 Cleaning the ultrasound vaporiser If it is necessary to clean the internal vaporiser (for example, because vapour is not delivered even after you have thoroughly cleaned the hose), contact your nearest Authorised Service Centre.

  • Page 21

    The Home Garden’s lamps are - The lighting period set in the - No malfunction If you wish to turn on the lamps pro-gram has ended anyway, refer to paragraph "9.5 Internal light off in the evening key".

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