Instructions - Charnwood Stoves

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Operating & Installation Instructions
CONTENTS
O P E R AT I N G I N S T R U C T I O N S
Fuel
4
Door Operation
4
Fitting The Riddling Grate
4
Lighting
5
Controlling The Fire
5
Refuelling
5
Ash Clearance
5
Low Burning
5
Cleaning and Maintenance
6
Throat Plate & Flueway Clearing
6
Chimney Sweeping
6
Servicing
6
Trouble Shooting
6
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Health & Safety Precautions
8
Chimney
8
Specification
8
Hearth & Fire Surround
8
Connection to Flues
9
Soot Doors
9
Pre Lighting Check
9
Commissioning
10
Dimensions
11
Parts Lists
Certification
12-14
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Before lighting the stove check with the installer that the work and
RIDDLING GRATE
checks described in the Installation Instructions have been carried out
correctly and that the chimney has been swept, is sound and free
The riddling grate allows easier ash removal for high ash content fuel.
from any obstructions. When using the stove in situations where
Wood may be burned on the grate although if only wood is burned
children, aged and/or infirm persons are present a fireguard must be
then it is better to remove the grate and burn the wood in a bed of
used to prevent accidental contact with the stove. The fireguard
ash on the base of the stove.
should be manufactured in accordance with BS 8423:2010. This stove
To fit the grate you will need a 10mm spanner and a Phillips
is not suitable for use in a shared flue system. It is capable of
screwdriver.
intermittent operation.
Before fitting the riddling grate remove the wood ash retainer. This is
not required when the riddling grate is fitted.
FUEL
Undo the nut on the riddling blanking hole using a 10mm spanner.
This stove has been designated to burn wood. Only dry well
Remove the cover and spacing washer (ensure you keep these in a
seasoned wood should be burnt on this appliance as burning wet
safe place as you will need to replace them if the riddling grate is
unseasoned wood will give rise to heavy tar deposits in the stove, on
removed).
the glass and within the chimney. For the same reason hard woods
(such as Ash, Beech and Oak) are better than soft woods (such as
Place the back and side grate support plates into position (see Fig. 2).
Pine and Spruce). Burning wet unseasoned wood will also result in
Fig. 2. Riddling Grate
considerably reduced outputs. The wood should be cut and split and
then left to season in a well ventilated dry place for at least one year
Grate Plates
but preferably two years before use.
PETROLEUM COKE IS NOT SUITABLE FOR USE ON
Rear
Support
Side
Supports
THIS APPLIANCE. ITS USE WILL INVALIDATE THE
GUARANTEE.
For advice on other fuels please contact Charnwood. Wood should
not be burnt in smoke controlled areas.
DOOR OPERATION
Using the tool turn the right-hand door knob anti-clockwise to open
Ashpan
and clockwise to close (see Fig. 1).
Fig. 1. Stove Controls
Riddler Rod
Fix the riddler rod into position. There are two ways to do this:
Airwash
Control
Closed
Open
A) Slide the riddler rod through the riddling hole, from the outside of
the stove body. Place one washer onto the rod before fitting through
the right hand support plate and the other washer onto the rod
before fitting through the left hand support plate. Slide the washers
Door Knob
into position either side of the right hand support plate and fasten the
To Open
“R” clips.
B) Remove the riddler knob from the riddling rod using a Phillips
screwdriver. Place one washer onto the rod before sliding the riddling
Door Airslide
Closed
Open
rod through the right hand support plate, fit the other washer onto
Door Airslide
Open
Closed
the rod before coming through the opening of the stove. Slide the
rod into the hole in the left hand support plate and then fit the “R”
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REFUELLING
clips to secure the washers either side of the right hand support plate.
Fix the riddler knob back onto the riddling rod.
Keep the firebox well filled but do not allow fuel to spill over the top
Fit the riddling plates into position through the back and front grate
of the front fire bars.
support plates, making sure they locate correctly onto the riddling
Care should be taken, especially when burning wood, that fuel does
rod. Slide the ashpan under the grate.
not project over the front fire bars or damage to the glass may be
LIGHTING
caused when the doors are closed, it can also cause the glass to black
up. Typical refuelling interval when running the stove at rated output
On initial lighting, the stove may smoke and give off an odour as the
burning logs is 1.5 hours. Maximum filling height is such that logs
silicon paint with which the firebox is painted reacts to the heat. This
cannot fall from the fire when the doors are opened. Liquid fuels are
is normal and will cease after a short time, but meanwhile the room
not to be used on this appliance.
should be kept well ventilated.
ASH CLEARANCE
At first only light a small fire and burn it slowly for two hours to allow
any residual moisture in the bricks to evaporate.
When burning wood the ash should be allowed to build up on the
The stove may be lit using dry kindling wood and paper or fire
base of the fire. It will only be necessary to remove some ash once or
lighters. Place the paper, or fire lighters, and kindling on the base or
twice a week when it begins to restrict the flow of air through the
the grate and cover with approximately 2 inches of fuel. Open the air
front fence.
slides in the doors and open the airwash control fully (see Fig. 1).
When burning higher ash content fuel the ashpan should be emptied
Light the paper or fire lighters. Close the doors until the fuel is well
regularly before it becomes too full, generally once or twice a day.
ignited then load with fuel and adjust the air controls to the required
Never allow the ash to accumulate in the ashpan so that it comes in
setting.
contact with the underside of the grate as this will seriously damage
When relighting the stove, leave the ash on the base, if burning
the grate. Care should be taken to ensure that ash is cool before
wood, unless it is beginning to block the slots in the front fence, in
emptying it into plastic liners or bins. After emptying the ashpan,
which case some of it may be removed. If burning higher ash content
riddle the fire by placing the tool on the riddler knob and rotating
fuel clear the grate and empty the ashpan before relighting.
several times. A poker may also be used if necessary.
CONTROLLING THE FIRE
To make ash removal easier, there is a special Charnwood ash carrier
available. This enables the whole ashpan to be placed in the sealed
The rate of burning and hence the output is controlled by the door
carrier and taken outside. These may be purchased from your
air slides and the airwash control (see Fig. 1).
supplier or, in case of difficulty, from ourselves.
The air slides in the doors should only be used when lighting or when
LOW BURNING
rapid burning is required. They should not be left fully open for long
For reduced burning the fire doors must be closed.
periods as this can cause over-firing. For low burning they should be
closed. For correct firing we recommend the use of a stove pipe
When burning wood load some large logs on the fire and allow to
thermometer which may be purchased from your supplier or from
burn for half an hour before closing the door air slides (this will help
ourselves.
to reduce tar deposits in the chimney). Leave the airwash control
slightly open to help keep the glass clear.
The airwash control is used most of the time to control the burning
rate and to keep the glass clean. Fully extended gives full airwash for
Some experimentation may be necessary to find the setting most
faster burning and clean glass whereas fully closed gives slow
suitable for the type of fuel being used and the draw on the chimney.
burning. It will not be possible to keep the glass clean if this control is
To revive the fire, empty the ashpan, (if burning fuel other than
fully closed, particularly after refuelling.
wood), riddle the grate, and open the air controls to maximum.
When the stove is hot, these controls must only be operated using
When the fire is burning well load on more fuel as necessary and
the tool provided or a glove to avoid the danger of burned fingers.
adjust the air controls as desired.
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CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
Fig. 3. Throat Plate Position and Lowering
Throat Plate
The stove is finished with a high temperature paint which will
withstand the temperatures encountered in normal use. This may be
cleaned with a damp lint-free cloth when the stove is cold. Should repainting become necessary, high temperature paints are available
Pull Forward
and Swing Down
from your supplier or from stove shops.
Most deposits on the glass may be burnt off simply by running the fire
at a fast rate for a few minutes. If it becomes necessary to clean the
Country 6
glass then open the doors and allow them to cool. Clean the glass
N.B. On the Country 6 the throat
plate is not required if the boiler
is fitted.
using a damp cloth and then wiping over with a dry cloth. Any
stubborn deposits on the glass may be removed with a proprietary
stove glass cleaner or ceramic hob cleaner. Do not use abrasive
Throat Plate
cleaners or pads as theses can scratch the surface which will weaken
the glass and cause premature failure.
THROAT PLATE AND
Pull Forward
and Swing Down
FLUEWAY CLEANING
Country 8 & 12
It is important that the throat plate and all the stove flueways are kept
clean in order to prevent potentially dangerous fume emission. They
should be cleaned at least monthly, and more frequently if necessary.
(see Fig. 3.) and the front fence.
It is necessary to let the fire out completely to carry out these
Different types of sweep's brushes are available to suit different
operations.
flueways. For standard brick chimneys a wire centre sweep's brush
The front of the throat plate is pulled forward and then lowered as
fitted with a guide wheel is recommended. For prefabricated
shown in Fig. 3. Any sooty deposits should then be swept from the
insulated chimneys the manufacturers instructions with regard to
plate and into the fire.
sweeping should be consulted.
Return the throat plate to its correct position - raise the front of the
SERVICING
plate, push it back and then lower it onto the retaining lugs.
It is recommended that the fire is serviced once a year to keep it in
CHIMNEY SWEEPING
first class working order. After cleaning out the firebox thoroughly,
check that all internal parts are in good working order, replacing any
The chimney should be swept at least twice a year. Where the top
parts that are beginning to show signs of wear. Check that the doors
outlet or vertical rear flue connector is used it will generally be
seals are in good condition and that the doors seal correctly. A
possible to sweep the chimney through the appliance.
servicing guide is available on request.
First remove the front fence and throat plate. Then sweep the
Repairs or modifications may only be carried out by the Manufacturer
chimney ensuring that soot is removed from all horizontal surfaces
or their approved agents. Use only genuine Charnwood replacement
after sweeping.
parts.
In situations where it is not possible to sweep through the appliance
the installer will have provided alternative means, such as a soot door.
TROUBLE SHOOTING
After sweeping the chimney the appliance flue outlet and the flue
Fire Will Not Burn
pipe connecting the stove to the chimney must be cleaned with a flue
Check that:
brush.
a) the air inlet is not obstructed in any way,
After clearing any soot from within the stove, replace the throat plate
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c) a suitable fuel is being used,
a) Open doors and windows to ventilate the room.
d) there is an adequate air supply into the room,
b) Let the fire out and safely dispose of the fuel from the appliance.
e) an extractor fan is not fitted in the same room as the stove.
c) Check for flue or chimney blockage, and clean if required.
f) there is sufficient draw in the chimney. Once the chimney is warm a
d) Do not attempt to re-light the fire until cause of fume has been
draught reading of at least 2.5mm (0.10 inches) water gauge (25 Pa)
identified, if necessary seek professional advice.
should be obtained.
The most common cause of fume emission is flueway or chimney
Blackening of Door Glass
blockage. For your own safety these must be kept clean.
Differences in chimney draughts mean that the best settings of the air
Fire blazing out of control
controls will vary for different installations. A certain amount of
Check that:
experimentation may be required, however the following points
a) the doors are tightly closed,
should be noted and with a little care should enable the glass to be
b) the air slides are turned down to the minimum setting,
kept clean in most situations:
c) the airwash control is closed,
a) The airwash relies on a supply of heated air to keep the glass clean.
d) a suitable fuel is being used,
Therefore, when lighting the stove, allow the firebed to become well
e) door seals and airwash slide are intact.
established before closing the air slides. This may also be necessary
Chimney Fires
when re-fuelling the stove.
If the chimney is thoroughly and regularly swept, chimney fires should
b) When re-fuelling keep the fuel as far back from the front fence as
not occur. However, if a chimney fire does occur close the door air
possible, do not try to fit too much fuel into the firebox.
slides and the airwash control, and tightly close the doors of the
c) Never completely close the airwash control - as a guide it should
appliance. This should cause the chimney fire to go out in which case
be at least a quarter open.
the controls should be kept closed until the stove has gone out. The
d) The air slides in the doors may be kept slightly open to assist in
chimney and flueways should then be cleaned. If the chimney fire
keeping the glass clean.
does not go out when the above action is taken then the fire brigade
should be called immediately.
e) Wet wood or logs overhanging the front fence will cause the glass
to blacken.
After a chimney fire, the chimney should be carefully examined for
any damage. Expert advice should be sought if necessary.
It is always more difficult to keep the glass clean when running the
stove very slowly for long periods.
If blackening of the glass still occurs check that all flue connections
and the blanking plate are well sealed. It is also important that the
chimney draw is sufficient and that it is not affected by down-draught.
When the chimney is warm a draught reading of at least 2.5mm
(0.10 inches) water gauge (25Pa) should be obtained.
Some blackening of the glass may occur below the level of the front
fence. This will not obscure the view of the fire or affect its
performance.
Fume Emission
Warning Note: Properly installed and operated this appliance will
not emit fumes. Occasional fume from de-ashing and re-fuelling
may occur. Persistent fume emission is potentially dangerous and
must not be tolerated. If fume emission does persist, then the
following immediate actions should be taken:
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HEALTH AND SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
If there is no existing chimney then a prefabricated block chimney or
a twin walled insulated stainless steel flue to BS.4543 can be used
Please take care when installing the stove that the requirements of
either internally or externally. These chimneys must be fitted in
the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 are met.
accordance with the manufacturers instructions and Building
Some types of fire cement are caustic and should not be allowed to
Regulations.
come into contact with the skin. In case of contact wash with plenty
Anki pumice liners or chimney blocks will give a highly insulated
of water.
chimney which will work well with all fuels. For details ring (01983)
If there is a possibility of disturbing any asbestos in the course of
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installation then please use appropriate protective equipment.
Single wall flue pipe is suitable for connecting the stove to the
There must not be an extractor fan fitted in the same room as the
chimney but is not suitable for using for the complete chimney.
stove as this can cause the appliance to emit fumes into the room.
If it is found that there is excessive draw in the chimney then a
This appliance is not suitable for use in a shared flue system. It is
draught stabilizer should be fitted.
capable of intermittent operation.
It is important that there is sufficient draw in the chimney and that
There must be an adequate air supply into the room in which the
the chimney does not suffer from down-draught. When the chimney
appliance is installed via a permanently open vent. Minimum free
is warm the draw should be not less than 2.5mm (0.10 inches) water
areas are:
gauge (25 Pa). If in doubt about the chimney seek expert advice.
Country 6
5.5cm2 (0.9 in2)
Country 8
2
16.5cm (2.5 in )
Country 12
38.5cm2 (6 in2)
SPECIFICATION
2
This is particularly necessary if the room is double glazed. Air grilles
must be positioned such that they are not liable to blockage.
In addition to these instructions the requirements of BS 8303 and BS
EN 15287-1:2007 must be fulfilled. Local Authority Bylaws and
Building Regulations regarding the installation of Solid Fuel burning
appliances, flues and chimneys must also be observed, including those
referring to national and European standards.
Country
6
8
12
Output kW
6
8
12
(BTU/h)
(20,500)
(27,300)
(40,900)
Mass kg
90
105
121
Flue Gas Temp °C
290
300
414
Flue Gas Mass Flow G/s
4.0
6.4
8.9
Max Hearth Temp °C
39
25
36
Side
550
600
600
Rear
550
600
600
Safe Distances to
combustibles(mm):
CHIMNEY
In order for the appliance to perform satisfactorily the chimney height
must not be less than 4 metres measured vertically from the outlet of
the stove to the top of the chimney. The internal dimensions of the
HEARTH AND FIRE SURROUND
chimney should preferably be 175 mm (7 inches) or 200mm (8
inches) either square or round and MUST NOT BE LESS THAN 150
The stove must stand on a fireproof hearth and must be situated at
MM (6 INCHES).
least the following distances from any combustible material:-
If an existing chimney is to be used it must be swept and checked, in
There must be a gap behind the stove of at least 25mm to allow air
good condition, free from cracks and blockages, and should not have
to enter the airwash inlets. The hearth temperature can, in extreme
an excessive cross sectional area. If you find that the chimney is in
conditions, exceed 100°C and therefore a constructional hearth is
poor condition then expert advice should be sought regarding the
required. The positioning of the stove and the size of the hearth are
necessity of having the chimney lined. If it is found necessary to line
governed by building regulations for Class 1 appliances. These
the chimney then a lining suitable for Solid Fuel must be used.
building regulations state that the hearth must extend in front of the
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Fig. 5. Vertical Register Plate With Bricked Up Fireplace
stove by at least 300mm (12 inches) and to the sides of the stove by
at least 150mm (6 inches). If in doubt as to the positioning of the
Soot Door
In Side or Rear
Of Chimney
stove expert advice should be sought either from the supplier or the
local building inspector.
Register Plate
The fireplace must allow good circulation of air around the appliance
to ensure that maximum heat is transferred to the room and also to
prevent the fireplace from overheating. A gap of 150mm (6 inches)
each side and 300mm (12 inches) above the appliance should give
sufficient air circulation. If a wooden mantelpiece or beam is used in
the fireplace it should be a minimum of 460mm (18 inches), and
preferably 600mm (24 inches) from the appliance. In some situations
Fig. 6. Horizontal Register Plate With Rear Flue Connection
it may be necessary to shield the beam or mantelpiece to protect it.
Alternative
Soot Door
Positions
CONNECTIONS TO FLUES
There are several ways of connecting the stove to the flue. These are
illustrated in Figs. 5 to 8.
Register Plate
With Soot Door
If the optional vertical rear flue connector is used then the chimney
may be swept through the appliance, except in the case of a Country
6 fitted with a boiler.
Horizontal lengths of flue must be kept to a minimum and should not
be more than 150mm (6 inches) long. The sealing face of the flue
Fig. 7. Horizontal Register Plate With Top Flue Connection
collar must be coated with fire cement before fixing to the body of
the stove using the two screws provided. The blanking plate must be
Alternative Soot
Door Positions
removed, sealed with fire cement and refitted, care being taken to
ensure that the fold on the blanking plate is in line with the lugs on
the firebox as shown in Fig. 9. Ensure that the clamping plate does
not prevent the throat plate from seating correctly. All flue
Register Plate
With Soot Door
connections must be well sealed.
SOOT DOORS
It is possible to pass a 16 inch diameter sweeps brush through the
appliance but in most back outlet installations it will be necessary to
Fig. 8. Horizontal Register Plate With Optional
Vertical Rear Flue Connector
have a soot door to enable the chimney to be swept. The optional
vertical rear flue connector does allow the chimney to be swept
through the stove.
Alternative Soot
Door Positions
Soot doors may either be in the actual brickwork of the chimney or
in the register plate. Various positions of soot doors are shown in
Figs. 5 to 8.
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Fig. 9. Flue Blanking Plate.
Blanking Plate
Blanking Plate
Back of the Stove
Clamping Plate
with fold horizontal
Clamping plate finishes
flush with inside face of
firebox top and bottom.
Seal Blanking Plate
with fire cement
PRE LIGHTING CHECK
Ensure that the throat plate is fitted in the roof of the appliance.The
location and positioning of the throat plate is shown in Fig.3. Before
initial lighting check that the front fence is fitted correctly and that the
doors tighten properly. If the multi-fuel grate has been fitted, check
that it operates correctly.
COMMISSIONING
On completion of the installation and after allowing a suitable period
of time for the fire cement and mortar to dry out, make a layer of
ash or sand on the base of the stove before lighting it and checking to
ensure that smoke and fumes are taken from the appliance up the
chimney and emitted safely. Also check all joints and seals. On
completion of the installation and commissioning please leave the
operating instructions with the customer and advise them on the use
of the appliance.
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OVERALL DIMENSIONS (MM)
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380
510
127
50
Ø154
127
599
659
540
374
451
260
330
363
480
71
110
299
Country 6 MkII
510
127
48
450
127
669
587
614
Ø154
450
396
232
376
508
526
299
71
110
Country 8WB MkII
601
127
48
451
Ø154
127
615
670
585
451
396
232
616
368
508
75
390
Country 12WB MkII
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Description
Door Seal Set Incl. Adhesive
Door Seal Adhesive
Glass Seal Kit
Glass (Inc Seal)
Glass Retainer
Fuel Retainer
Throat Plate
Set of Fire Bricks
Brick Retainer
Rear Brick Joining Bracket
Hinge Pin Set
Hinge Post
Primary Air Slide
Primary Air Slide Guide
Air Control Knob
Airwash Slide
Left Hand Door Assembly
Right Hand Door Assembly
Flue Collar For Cast Pipe (Opt'l Extra)
Firebox (Country 6 MkII)
Blanking Plate
Ashpan / Door Opening Tool
R.H. Door Knob & Spindle
* These items are not shown on the drawing.
** These items are included in the optional multi-fuel kit.
# Please specify colour when ordering.
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To obtain spare parts please contact your local stockist
giving Model, Part No. and Description. In case of
difficulty contact the manufacturer at the address shown.
This drawing is for identification purposes only.
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Description
Door Catch Cam
Left Hand Door Knob
Wood Ash Retainer
Flue Collar
Flue Spacer Ring
Clamping Plate
Grate Plate
Riddler Knob
Riddling Tool
Side Grate Support Plate L.H.
Side Grate Support Plate R.H.
Rear Grate Support Plate
Rear Grate Sup't Plate (Use With Boiler)
Ashpan
Riddler Rod
Riddler Rod Retaining Clips (Pack of 10)
Multi Fuel Kit (Optional Extra)
Boiler, Steel (Optional Extra)
Boiler, Stainless Steel (Optional Extra)
Vert. Rear Flue Connector (Opt'l Extra)
Serial No. Label
Ash Carrier (Optional Extra)
Add-on Shelf
PO30 5WS, UNITED KINGDOM
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Glass Seal Kit
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Glass Retainer
Fuel Retainer
Throat Plate
Set of Fire Bricks
Brick Retainer
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Hinge Pin Set (4 per set)
Hinge Post
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Primary Air Slide Guide
Air Control Knob
Airwash Slide
Left Hand Door Assembly
Right Hand Door Assembly
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Firebox (Country 8 WB MkII)
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Description
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28
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30
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34**
35**
36*
37**
38**
39**
40**
41**
42**
43*
43a
44
45
46
47
R.H. Door Knob & Spindle
Door Catch Cam
Left Hand Door Knob
Wood Ash Retainer
Flue Collar
Clamping Plate
Flue Spacer Ring
Grate Plate
Riddler Knob
Ash Carrier (Optional Extra)
Side Grate Support Plate L.H.
Side Grate Support Plate R.H.
Rear Grate Support Plate
Riddler Rod
Ashpan
Riddling Tool
Riddler Rod Retaining Clips (pack of 10)
Multi Fuel kit (Optional Extra)
Boiler Steel (Optional Extra)
Boiler Stainless Steel (Optional Extra)
Vert. Rear Flue Connector (Opt'l Extra)
Serial No. Label
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002/DY18
002/AY14
002/DY19
010/DY14
002/CH12B
010/AY51
010/NV11
002/FY03
002/DY21
010/EW51
010/FY05L
010/FY05R
010/FY06
010/DY13
004/LV17
008/DY27
008/DY23
010/FY20
010/LV25
010/LV25/SS
010/TW33
012/LV11
To obtain spare parts please contact your local stockist
giving Model, Part No. and Description. In case of
difficulty contact the manufacturer at the address shown.
This drawing is for identification purposes only.
BISHOPS WAY, NEWPORT, ISLE OF WIGHT
T:+4 4 (0)1983 537799 •
44 45
Item Part No.
* These items are not shown on the drawing.
** These items are included in the optional multi-fuel kit.
# Please specify colour when ordering.
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008/LV35/S
008/FW29
008/RW55
006/LW30
004/GV23
010/DY08
010/MV31
011/MV28S
004/XV30
004/LV24
008/BW39/S
008/FW27
012/TW14
004/DY26
002/TW13
004/GY14
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002/GV02/A
010/TW55
001/GY10
012/TW09
012/BV20/A
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35**
36**
37**
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39**
40**
41**
41a
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46
47*
Description
Door Seal Set Incl. Adhesive
Door Seal Adhesive
Glass Seal Kit
Glass (Inc Seal)
Glass Retainer
Fuel Retainer
Throat Plate
Set of Fire Bricks
Brick Retainer
Rear Brick Joining Bracket
Hinge Pin Set
Hinge Post
Primary Air Slide
Primary Air Slide Guide
Air Control Knob
Airwash Slide
Left Hand Door Assembly
Right Hand Door Assembly
Flue Collar For Cast Pipe (Opt'l Extra)
Firebox (Country 12 WB MkII)
Blanking Plate
Ashpan / Door Opening Tool
* These items are not shown on the drawing.
** These items are included in the optional multi-fuel kit.
# Please specify colour when ordering.
charnwood
F:+4 4 (0)1983 537788 •
Part No.
002/DY18
002/AY14
002/DY19
010/DY14
002/CH12B
010/NV11
010/AY51
002/FY03
002/DY21
008/DY27
010/GY04
010/GY05
010/GY06
004/LV17
010/GY13
010/GY20
008/DY23
010/MV25
010/MV25/SS
010/TW33
012/MV11
010/EW51
Description
R.H. Door Knob & Spindle
Door Catch Cam
Left Hand Door Knob
Wood Ash Retainer
Flue Collar
Flue Spacer Ring
Clamping Plate
Grate Plate
Riddler Knob
Riddling Tool
Side Grate Support Plate L.H.
Side Grate Support Plate R.H.
Rear Grate Support Plate
Ashpan
Riddler Rod
Multifuel Kit (Optional Extra)
Riddler Rod Retaining Clips (Pack of 10)
Boiler, Steel (Optional Extra)
Boiler, Stainless Steel (Optional Extra)
Vert. Rear Flue Connector (Opt'l Extra)
Serial No. Label
Ash Carrier (Optional Extra
To obtain spare parts please contact your local stockist
giving Model, Part No. and Description. In case of
difficulty contact the manufacturer at the address shown.
This drawing is for identification purposes only.
BISHOPS WAY, NEWPORT, ISLE OF WIGHT
T:+4 4 (0)1983 537799 •
28
PO30 5WS, UNITED KINGDOM
SPARES@CHARNWOOD.COM •
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A.J WELLS & SONS LTD
10
Bishops Way, Newport, Isle of Wight PO30 5WS, United Kingdom
A Division of A.J.Wells & Sons Limited Registered in England No. 03809371
EN13240:2001
ROOMHEATERS FIRED BY SOLID FUEL
Country 6
Country 8
Country 12
EC certificate of
conformity no:
DY44-CPD-2006
FY44-CPD-2006
GY44-CPD-2006
Minimum distance to
combustible materials:
Side:
Rear:
550mm
550mm
600mm
600mm
600mm
600mm
Emission of CO in
combustion products:
0.56%
0.45%
0.45%
Flue gas temperature:
269°C
319°C
414°C
Space heating thermal
output:
6.2kW
8.2kW
12.0kW
Energy efficiency:
80.5%
79.8%
74.1%
Fuel types:
Wood Logs
Wood Logs
Wood Logs
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