OWNER’S MANUAL
ULTF FURNACE
J. A. ROBY FURNACE
May 17, 2011 Reviewed
Certified and tested according to
CAN/CSA B415.1 norms
CAN/CSA B366.1 norms
WOOD FURNACE
490, rue de l'Argon
Quebec (Québec) G2N 2C9
Phone: 418-849-8095 Fax.: 418-849-0077
www.jaroby.com
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS ............................................................................................................................. 2
ULTF AND J. A. ROBY FURNACE SPECIFICATIONS ....................................................................... 4
WARNING .................................................................................................................................................... 5
NOTICE ........................................................................................................................................................ 7
CHIMNEY .................................................................................................................................................... 8
INSTALLATION ......................................................................................................................................... 8
VERTICAL INSTALLATION INSIDE A MASONRY CHIMNEY ......................................................... 9
EXTERIOR VERTICAL INSTALLATION ..................................................................................... 9
VERTICAL INSTALLATION ON A CATHEDRAL ROOF .............................................................. 10
CROSS STYLE INSTALLATION.............................................................................................. 10
VERTICAL INSTALLATION .................................................................................................. 11
CLEARANCES ...........................................................................................................................................12
INSTALLATION OF THE FIREBRICKS ...............................................................................................13
FANS AND THERMODISC ......................................................................................................................16
HOW TO PLUG THE THERMOSTAT DIRECTLY INTO THE TERMINAL BOARD...................17
INSTALLATION OF THE APPLIANCE ................................................................................................18
PLUG INSTALLATION FOR BETTER LIGHTING ............................................................................21
SEATING .....................................................................................................................................................22
LIGHTING ..................................................................................................................................................22
AIR CIRCULATION OF THE HEATING SYSTEM .............................................................................23
IN CASE OF EXTENDED ELECTRIC FAILURE .................................................................................24
AIR SUPPLY ...............................................................................................................................................24
PREVENTIVE MEASURES AND MAINTENANCE .............................................................................25
INTERCHANGEABLE PARTS LIST ......................................................................................................26
STOVES & FIREPLACES .........................................................................................................................27
WARRANTY ...............................................................................................................................................27
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CAREFULLY READ THIS MANUAL AND KEEP IT FOR FURTHER REFERENCES
INSTALLATION OF THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE DONE BY A QUALIFY
CERTIFIED TECHNICIAN AND IN CONFORMITY WITH THE OWNER'S
MANUAL GUIDE GIVEN WITH THIS APPLIANCE. THE INSTALLATION MUST
BE IN AGREEMENT WITH LOCAL AND NATIONAL REGULATIONS
APPLICABLE FOR SOLID FUEL BURNING APPLIANCES AND CONNEX
EQUIPMENT (CAN/CSA-B365, NFPA211(USA) AND THE APPLICABLE
BUILDING CODE .
WARNING ! NEVER MODIFY THIS APPLIANCE!
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ULTF AND J. A. ROBY FURNACE SPECIFICATIONS
Combustible
Recommended surface
Output range
Evacuation pipe diameter
Chimney minimal height
Top air exit
Exterior height
Exterior width
Exterior depth
Door opening
Inside height
Inside width
Inside depth
Maximum length of log
Combustion duration
Weight
Back
Lateral
Roof
Wood
1500 à 3500 pi² (139 à 325m²)
140 000 BTU/H
6 po (15,24 cm)
12 pi (3,66m)
13½ po X 13½ po (34,3 X 34,3cm)
Dimensions
46 po (116.8cm) without plenum
52 ⅜ po (133cm) with plenum
29⅜ po (74.6cm) without electrical box
33¾ po (85,7cm) with electrical box
33 po (83.8cm) without fan box
50½ po (128.2cm) with fan box
15¾ po X 9½ po (40 X 24.1cm)
15 po (38.1cm)
20½ po (52cm)
25½ po (64.7cm)
25 po (63.5cm)
6 to 22 hours
580 lbs (264 kg)
Clearances
1 po (2.54cm)
6 po (15.2cm)
84 po (2,14m)
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WARNING
Before installing, please take a few minutes to read this handbook. Keep it in a sure place
and easily reachable for future references. Not following these instructions could be a
cause of property damages, injuries or death. If this appliance is not properly installed, it
could cause fire damages to the property, injuries and death. To reduce fire hazards,
follow instructions contained in this handbook.
Contact an official inspector (ex: a fireman) or your insurance company for installation
permit. Always respect the provincial and municipal building codes of your region.
Do not connect this appliance to a chimney that already serves for another wood
appliance.
Do not install the appliance in a mobile house.
The existing chimney should be well inspected before any installation. In doubt, consult a
specialist.
The room where the appliance must be installed must measure a minimum of 64 ft2 and
must be very well ventilated.
Minimum clearances found in this manual must be observed.
Never use a non-isolated exterior conduct or a single wall flue pipe as an exterior exit.
Put in place the firebricks before lighting the appliance (if they are not in place yet).
WARNING :
Very hot while in function
Keep children far away from the appliance.
Never let the appliance without supervision when the door is open.
Always close the doors after the lighting period.
Do not use chemical products or other liquid to light the fire.
Do not burn waste or inflammable fluids like gas, naphtha or motor oil.
Always keep combustible material (clothes, furniture, wood, matches, plastics, etc...)
at a minimal distance of 91,5 cm (3 feet) from the appliance.
This appliance is certified to burn wood. Do not use any other combustible.
Wood should not be stocked within the recommended minimums clearances or in the
necessary space for the loading and the ashes evacuation.
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Always use dried wood. Do not burn green or wet wood. Do not use construction debris
such as pieces of 2x4, plywood...
If the appliance starts to blush, it's because it is too charged. Do not add fuel.
Immediately close the doors and the wall thermostat so all the air intakes of the appliance
are closed until everything becomes normal again.
Do not load the appliance beyond the firebricks height.
Ashes must be evacuated frequently, put in a steel container provided with a tight lid and
be placed outside at once. You must never place other waste in this container.
Considering the need of air for the combustion, a window or a door must be half opened
sometimes (fresh air drainage) to balance the pressure in the house, especially if:
A fan already evacuates air towards outside (kitchen, bathroom.)
You want to avoid a repression of smoke when lighting the appliance and when
reloading the wood.
It is recommended to have a smoke detector near the appliance.
You should contact your municipal or provincial fire department to have knowledge
of the procedure to be followed in case of a chimney fire. Think of an emergency
plan.
In case of a chimney fire:
Hermetically close the doors and the air intakes.
Water the combustible material adjacent to the chimney.
Ring the alarm, evacuate the house if necessary and call the firemen.
Never touch the pipes until the fire is not completely extinct.
Do not use the chimney until it has been inspected or repaired.
Keep all the doors closed while the appliance is in function. Frequently verify the
ceramics cords; they must always be in good condition.
The chimney pipe should not pass close to water, gas or oil pipes, not close to electric
wire or other types of ducts, of combustible materials in the roofs, the attics, the walls or
the floors. If you have to make it pass through a wall or a part of combustible
construction, do not forget that the installation must be in accordance with the
CAN/CSA-B365. Use at least 12 feet of a 6 inches diameter vertical chimney.
NOTE:
FOLLOW THESE
INSTRUCTIONS IN ORDER TO
AVOID FIRE HAZARDS,
WOUNDS AND PROPERTY
DAMAGES.
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NOTICE
The ULTF and J. A. ROBY furnace was conceived to safely function the doors closed and
only when burning firewood. Any change, modification or unauthorized installation will
automatically cancel the certification of the appliance, its guarantee, its homologation and
the appliance might become dangerous.
During the first hours of operation, you must heat it gradually. In order to allow an
appropriate cooking of the paint and in order to facilitate its adhesion with metal, do not
heat the appliance with a strong fire. It will also avoid thermal shock which could lift up
the paint or make it whiten.
Make sure that the room is ventilated enough in order to eliminate the odours and the
smoke coming from the paint during the first hours of utilization. It is normal that a light
smoke is released from the paint during the first hours of use.
Even if this nuisance is temporary, open the windows and the doors in order to ensure
good ventilation. This special paint is conceived to tolerate temperatures until 1200°F
(650°C).
CREOSOTE
The wood burning slowly produces tar and other organic steams, which forms a whole
called “creosote”. The steam condenses in the cool chimney when the wood is burning
slowly. In this way, creosote residues are formed on the walls. Creosote can take several
forms: tarry liquid, soot dust or deposits in crystal form. When in fire, the creosote
releases a very strong heat and can be the cause of a chimney fire.
- Do not knock on the glasses or violently close the doors.
- Do not use the appliance when a glass is broken or damaged.
- Do not build the fire too close of the glasses.
- Keep the doors closed when using the appliance.
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CHIMNEY
Only use approved chimneys of the same dimensions as the appliance exit. Therefore,
you should use 6 inches diameter chimneys for your ULTF & J. A. ROBY furnace.
Chimneys must be tested upon the ULC S629 CSA, UL103 norms. The ULTF & J. A.
ROBY furnace wood appliances can be installed onto a masonry chimney following the
ULC S635, ULC S640 and the UL 1777 norms. Do not forget to plan a place for the
sweeping of the chimney.
When possible, it is preferable to avoid an outside chimney or built on an exterior wall,
and this is even more important for colder areas. Outside chimneys generally have a less
efficient draught. They can even have an inverse draught because it is hard to heat them
enough so that they can reach their operating temperature. A greater accumulation of
creosote, a less efficient draught and a lesser performance are some characteristics of cold
chimneys. Draught is proportional to the total chimney height as well as its temperature.
It is therefore possible to get a better draught by increasing the chimney's height and by
reducing the heat loss with an insulated lining. The chimney has to be installed with a
stainless steel lining. Make sure that all smoke pipe joints are really airtight. A leak
reduces the efficiency of the appliance and could even make its utilization dangerous.
INSTALLATION
A good installation is extremely important for a safe and efficient use of your J. A.
ROBY appliances. If you doubt on the way to install the appliance correctly, seek for
professional installation service. We suggest you to call masters fitters.
Withdraw firebricks placed inside the appliance in order to reduce the weight and to
facilitate the installation.
You must install a fireproof plate under the appliance, which must exceed of 18
inches at the front and of 8 inches at each side.
The free space shall not be reduced except under the approval of the authorities
responsible for the application of the building code.
Install the chimney and an insulated wall firebreak for an installation passing through
a wall according to the instructions from the chimney manufacturer.
Install the firebricks in accordance with the recommended instructions for your
model.
The appliance should not be connected to an hot air conduct.
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Vertical installation inside a masonry chimney
The ULTF & J. A. ROBY furnace wood appliances must be installed
in accordance with the applicable local laws or the CAN/CSAB365, ULC S635, ULC S640, UL 1777 norms. Install the chimney
following the manufacturer’s instructions.
Exterior vertical installation
The ULTF & J. A. ROBY furnace wood
appliance must be installed in accordance with
the applicable local laws or the CAN/CSA-B365
norm. Install the chimney following the
manufacturer’s instructions.
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Vertical installation on a cathedral roof
The ULTF & J. A. ROBY furnace wood
appliance must be installed in accordance
with the applicable local laws or the
CAN/CSA-B365 norm. Install the
chimney following the manufacturer’s
instructions.
Cross style installation
The ULTF & J. A. ROBY furnace wood
appliance must be installed in accordance with
the applicable local laws or the CAN/CSAB365 norm. Install the chimney following the
manufacturer’s instructions.
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Vertical installation
The ULTF & J. A. ROBY furnace wood appliance must be installed in accordance with
the applicable local laws or the CAN/CSA-B365 norm. Install the chimney following the
manufacturer’s instructions.
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CLEARANCES
Due to its reduced clearances, this appliance occupies a minimum of space in the room
where it is installed. No matter where you install it, this appliance will perfectly complete
your decoration by its originality and its heat. This appliance only needs a 1 inch
clearance at its back, 6 inches from the lateral walls. For the plenums and heat exchanger,
the clearances must be of 6 inches for the 6 first feet and of 1 inch (2.54cm) thereafter.
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INSTALLATION OF THE FIREBRICKS
Installation of the firebricks:
Use the round bricks support and the hex head screw to secure the bricks on the interior wall of
the furnace.
1- Install the bricks in the bottom of the stove (horizontal)
Bricks A 12x, Bricks F 2x, Bricks E 1x
2- Install the bricks against both lateral walls.
Bricks A 8x, Bricks D 6x
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FIGURE 1
3- Install the Bricks against the rear wall
(vertical)
Bricks A 4x, Bricks E 4x
4- Install the 3 pipes in the rear of the stove
and install the first row of bricks on the
pipes. Bricks A 4x
5- Split the wool in the shortest length direction
about 12 inches long if it is not already done.
Insert the wool above the pipes and the bricks so
that the slot is oriented to the front of the stove.
(See figure 1 above)
6- Fix the pipes support in the stove using
the hex head screw provided. (See figure 2)
FIGURE 2
7- Insert the 2 other pipes in the stove
passing them trough the hook of the pipes.
8- Insert the steel plate over the wool and
the 4 bricks on the pipes. Bricks E 4x.
***IMPORTANT*** Check that the wool
don't obstruct the remaining space between
the deflector and the wool. (See figure 3)
9- Install the last pipes (It is the one just a
little higher than the other)
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FIGURE 3
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FANS AND THERMODISC
The 115 volts fans must be screwed under the ventilation conduct at the planned place in
the appliance rear. The controller for the furnace must be installed on the support at the
top of the furnace at its designated place. The rod of the controller must pass trough the 1
inches hole of the support and the plenum.
When the appliance is in function, the heat reaching a temperature of 120° F activates the
controller. At this moment, the fan is activated for a better distribution of heat in your
home. As soon as the heat goes under 80° F, the controller automatically stops the fans.
When the appliance is in function, and that conduct reaches a temperature of 2000F, the
controller will close the air entry without stopping the fan in order to slow down the
combustion and will continue the distribution of the heat in the ventilation conduct of
your home to prevent overheating in the conducts. When the heat goes under 2000F, the
controller will automatically allow the air entry reopening.
The electrical cord of the furnace must never touch the appliance surfaces in order
to avoid electrical shock or fire.
ELECTRICAL PLAN
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HOW TO PLUG THE THERMOSTAT DIRECTLY INTO
THE TERMINAL BOARD
-To plug the thermostat, unscrew the junction box on the side of the furnace
(See page 18 fig.4). Join the black wire of the thermostat with the black wire
in the junction box, and then protect them with a wire nut. Join the white
wire of the junction box and the white wire of the thermostat, and then
protect them with a wire nut. Reinstall the junction box on the furnace.
Fan controller:
Auto: The fan will start automatically. Put the
lever at Auto position during the heating
seasons.
Man : Start the fan. To stop the fan, put the
lever back in position Auto.
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INSTALLATION OF THE APPLIANCE
1Fix the plenum to the appliance
with 9 screws. Be sure the plenum hole
is oriented to the right of the appliance.
Unscrew the finishing plate at the back
of the appliance. Unscrew the 4 screw.
Figure 1
2Remove all the screws on one
side of the fan box for install on the
appliance.
Figure 2
3To install the fan
box on the furnace,
insert the fan support on
the 3 bolt and tighten
the nuts. After, tighten
the 5 screws to fix the
fan deflector on the
furnace. (see detail A
and B)
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Figure 3
4Fix the
electrical box, the
thermostat junction
box, the fan control
module and the air
intake damper with
the 1/2 inch long
screws.
Connect the
electrical wire to the
fan and make sure
that it pass through
the side of the fan
box before to install
the side on the fan
box
Verify that no
electrical wire can
touch to the hot side of
the furnace.
Figure 4
5Reinstall the finishing plate of
the step 1.
Figure 5
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7Install the chain linking to
the electrical box with the air intake
damper. Just hook the chain of the
damper to the hole of the electrical
box rod.
WARNING: You must be sure that
the air intake damper is completely
closed when you installed the
chain.
8- Install the two protection plate for
electrical wire. Screw the plate with the
screws (2 for each). SEE DETAIL C and
D
After fix the electrical wire with the nylon
bushings. Follow the next step:
1-Insert the wire in the nylon bushing
2-Close the bushing
3-Insert the bushing in the hole of the
protection plate
Figure 6
WARNING: Be sure that the
electrical wire do not touch to the
side of the appliance
Figure 7
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PLUG INSTALLATION FOR BETTER LIGHTING
(OPTION)
There is a negative pressure in your appliance and it difficult to light, you can obtain this
option. With that option, you can warm up the heat exchanger before to light the paper
and the small wood in the combustion chamber.
1- Remove the 6 screws
on the finishing plate
2-Remove the 10 screws
on the cleaning plate
3- Put the new cleaning and
tighten the 10 screws and
make sure that this cover is
smoke tight
4- Put the new finishing plate
and tighten the 6 screws
5- Put the plug in the hole and
turn left to tight him.
Warm up the heat exchanger:
-Remove the plug and roll newsprint to insert in the
hole for this purpose.
-Once inserted the paper in the heat exchanger, take
matches to ignite the paper and REPLACE the plug.
-If you feel that the negative pressure is still in the
chimney, repeat last step. If there is no more negative
pressure, you can ignite the small wood in the
combustion chamber.
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SEATING
You must install a fireproof plate
under the appliance, which must
exceed it of 18 inches to the front, of 8
inches to the sides and of 8 inches at
the back.
**** Use only non-combustible
materials such as ceramics, marble
or granite.
LIGHTING
Now that you have completed the installation of the appliance according to the
recommendations, you are ready for the lighting!
1.
Place papers and small wood in the appliance.
2.
Before lighting, be sure that the chimney is warm enough.
3.
When the fire is well lit, gradually add bigger wood logs until an ember bed is
formed.
Do not charge the appliance beyond the bricks.
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AIR CIRCULATION OF THE HEATING SYSTEM
Always refer to the applicable building code before installing the hot air conduct.
For the installation of hot
air conduct, always refer to
the building national code.
It is recommended to install
a floor screen in order to
balance the air pressure
between the floor where the
appliance is installed and
the superior floor.
It is also recommended to
install those floor screen to
each home extremity.
Hot air pipe :
8" diameter for 20 feet length.
6" diameter for 15 feet length.
An air supply must be installed if :
The appliance seems to have an irregular draft control, a smoke return, a bad
combustion and a counter-blow even though you have combustion or not.
Your other appliances, such as hearths or other heating appliances, release odors, heat
badly, provoke smoke return or a counterblow, even though there is combustion or not.
An opened window, even slightly, by a calm temperature (without wind) stops the
situation above.
Your home was built with isolated dandruffs and with well adjusted windows, and/or
was built with a mechanism to evacuate the interior air.
If, with these indications, there is not enough air infiltration, you must ensure an air
supply.
In doubt, it is recommended to ensure an air supply.
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IN CASE OF EXTENDED ELECTRIC FAILURE
In case of extended electric failure, unscrew the 2 screw of the air intake damper. It is
important to remove the ventilation plate in front of the appliance so that the hot air goes
in the house and not in the ducts. The appliance will become hotter then in normal time
so don’t heat it to much because when there is no electricity, there is no control for the
temperature in the ducts. When the failure will end, just reinstall all the part that has been
removed from the appliance.
AIR SUPPLY
A new air supply can be done by the following ways:
Indirect method : In the case of an appliance not certified for a direct connection with a
source of new air supply, the new air is brought in a conduit at a maximum of 300mm (12
Po) of the appliance, in order to not compromise its operation.
Mechanic ventilation system : If the home is built with a ventilation system (air
exchange or heat recovery)
The ventilation system might be able to supply an efficient air quantity to a solid
combustible appliance, and
The owner should be informed that the ventilation system can have to be rebalanced
by a technician specialised in ventilation after the installation of the solid combustible
appliance..
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PREVENTIVE MEASURES AND MAINTENANCE
1.
We recommend to open the air intakes completely and to maintain an intense fire
from 10 to 20 minutes per day.
2.
Verify the accumulation of creosote every week that you use the appliance until
you know at which frequency it must be cleaned (minimum once per year).
3.
Remove every creosote deposit in order to prevent chimney fires.
4.
Do not alter or modify the air intakes of the appliance in order to get a stronger
fire.
5.
To clean the glasses, J.A. Roby Inc. recommends to use products sold for this
purpose or an oven cleaner. Avoid cleaning with abrasives or when the glass is
hot.
6.
Before lighting the first fire, clean the gold plated surfaces using a very soft rag
moistened with water. Do not use a paper towel to clean gildings. If they are not
erased before the first fire, fingerprints and other marks could stain these surfaces
permanently.
7.
The Atmosphere is provided with an ashtray under the door. To empty the
appliance, you just have to remove the cap made of steel (in the centre of the
appliance) and to glide the ashes into the ashtray. Do not forget to replace the cap.
In case of a glass replacement:
Remove the screws that retain the glasses and then, the fragments of glasses. Check if the
seal cords are damaged.
If so, replace them by a ½ inch ceramics cord and replace the broken glasses by
VITROCERAMICS glasses of 5mm.
Cut the glass edge 3mm smaller on each side, so that the fiberglass cord can be slipped on
the edge of the glass at the time of its installation. Fix the glass by screwing it.
Contact your retailer to obtain any information you might need for the replacement of the
glasses.
DO NOT USE SUBSTITUTES.
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INTERCHANGEABLE PARTS LIST
BRICK
INTERIOR PIPE
GLASS
BRICK’ S SUPPORT
DOOR HANDLE
APPLIANCE’ S DOOR
FANS
SEALANT CORDS
FAN CONTROL MODULE
DAMPER MOTOR
TRANSFORMATOR
THERMOSTAT
BUTTERFLY VALVE
AIR ENTRY STALK
* TO ORDER PARTS, PLEASE CONTACT YOUR AUTHORIZED RETAILER.
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STOVES & FIREPLACES
WARRANTY
J. A. ROBY LIMITED LIFE WARRANTY – WOOD BURNING STOVES & FIREPLACES
J. A. ROBY’s warranty only applies to original buyer and is non-transferable. This warranty covers brand new products
only, which have not been altered, modified nor repaired since shipment from factory. The products covered by this
warranty must be manufactured after review date indicated at the bottom of page. Proof of purchase (dated bill of sale),
model name and serial number must be supplied when making any warranty claim to your J. A. ROBY dealer.
Registered your warranty is not required.
The appliance must be installed by an authorized service technician or contractor. Installation must be done in
accordance with the installation instructions included with the product and all local and national building and fire
codes. Any service call related to an improper installation is not covered by this warranty. This warranty applies to
normal residential use only. This limited warranty does not cover damages caused by misuse, improper installation,
lack of maintenance, accident during transportation, alterations, power failure, venting problems, downdrafts, abuse,
over firing or neglect. Operating the appliance on high for extended periods of time is neglect. Any defect or damage
caused by the use of unauthorized parts or others than original parts void this warranty.
This limited warranty does not cover any scratch, corrosion, warping or discoloration. The manufacturer may require
that defective products be returned and/or that digital pictures be provided to support the claim. Returned products are
to be shipped prepaid to the manufacturer for investigation. If a product is found to be defective, the manufacturer will
repair or replace such defect. The transportation fees to ship back the product to the purchaser will be paid by the
manufacturer2. The external labour fees related to warranty repair are not covered. The manufacturer may at its
discretion, decide to repair or replace any part or unit after inspection and investigation of the defect. The manufacturer
may at its discretion, fully discharge all obligations with respect to this warranty by refunding to the original warranted
purchaser the wholesale price of any warranted but defective part (s). The manufacturer shall not in no event be liable
for any special, indirect or consequential damages of any nature whatsoever which exceeds the original purchase price
of the product. All parts replaced under this limited life warranty are subject to a single claim.
Any damage to the appliance, combustion chamber, heat exchanger, enameled cast iron cooking plate or other
components due to water, weather damage, long periods of dampness, condensation, damaging chemical or cleaner will
not be the responsibility of J. A. ROBY. Failure of any components which is attributed to poor maintenance, is not
warrantable and will not be covered by this policy. J.A. ROBY neither assumes, nor authorizes any third party to
assume, on its behalf, any other liabilities with respect to the sale of this product.
The manufacture of your new appliance and the following materials are warranted against defects as mentioned below:
WARRANTY DESCRIPTION
50% current
retail price
100%
Ashtray, handles, doors and cast iron legs
Life
Combustion chamber
5 years
Secondary air tubes
5 years
Heat exchanger
2 years
Switches, thermodisc, wiring and electrical components, standard blowers
and rheostat
Tempered glass, optional blower and gasketing
Ceramic glass (thermal breakage only1)
Replacement parts (with proof of purchase)
2 years
From 5 years
to life
From 2 years
to life
1 year
1 year
90 days
Due to on-doing product improvements, all specifications and design are subject to change without prior notice.
Before shipping your unit or defective component to our plant, you must obtain from J. A. ROBY dealer an
authorization number. Any merchandise shipped to our plant without authorization will be refused
automatically and returned to sender.
1= Digital pictures required
2= Shipping cost are not covered outside CANADA
Review oct. 2014
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