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WOOD FIRE
INSTALLATION GUIDE
WARNING: Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or maintenance can cause injury or
property damage. For assistance or additional information consult an authorized technician, or your
Masport or Logaire Wood Fire Dealer.
FOR YOUR SAFETY: Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of
this appliance. Installation and service must be performed by authorized personnel.
PLEASE KEEP THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR FURTHER REFERENCE.
Manufactured in New Zealand by:
GLEN DIMPLEX NEW ZEALAND LTD
P.O.Box 58473, Botany, Manukau, 2163
Ph: 0800 666 2824
Fax: 09 274 8472
Email: sales@glendimplex.co.nz
Web: www.glendimplex.co.nz
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25 Mar 2014
Distributed in Australia by:
GLEN DIMPLEX AUSTALIA PTY LTD
Unit 1/21, Lionel Road, Mount Waverley, Victoria 3149
Ph: 1 300 566 816
Fax: 1 800 058 900
Email: sales@glendimplex.com.au
Web: www.glendimplex.com.au
Part No.593287
Part No. 593255
THE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS MANUAL APPLY TO WOODFIRES
MADE BY GDA LTD:(Softwood and Hardwood refer to the fuel used for emission testing.
See the compliance plate attached to the heater)
Fireplace Insert models may be installed in a timber framed structure instead of a
masonry fireplace by using a ‘zero clearance’ installation kit. Full instructions are
included with the kit.
NOTE: WHILE ALL MODELS HAVE BEEN TESTED TO SHOW COMPLIANCE WITH THE
EMISSION LIMITS OF AS/NZS.4013:1999, ONLY SOME MODELS MAY BE INSTALLED IN
DISTRICTS HAVING LOWER ALLOWABLE EMISSION LIMITS. PLEASE CHECK WITH
YOUR BOROUGH OR SHIRE COUNCIL BEFORE PURCHASING A HEATER OR
INSTALLING A WATER BOOSTER.
IN NEW ZEALAND, FAN & WATER HEATING DEVICE CAN BE INSTALLED
ONLY FOR RURAL APPLICATION EXCEPT, INSERT MODEL MASPORT
LE4000 PROVINCIAL, WHICH IS TESTED WITH FAN & INSERT MODEL I3000
WET, WHICH IS TESTED WITH WATER HEATING DEVICE. BOTH THESE
MODELS ARE AUTHORIZED BY ECAN.
THIS MANUAL CONTAINS IMPORTANT INFORMATION.
PLEASE KEEP IT IN A SAFE PLACE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
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CONTENTS
ALL MODELS
INTRODUCTION
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FREE STANDING MODELS - INSTALLATION
UNPACKING
ASSEMBLY
POSITIONING OF HEATER
FLOOR PROTECTOR (HEARTH) REQUIREMENTS
INSTALLING THE FLUE
FIXING THE WOOD FIRE IN POSITION
FINAL ASSEMBLY
INSTALLING A WATER HEATING BOOSTER
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FIREPLACE INSERT MODELS - INSTALLATION
UNPACKING
INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
FIREPLACE PREPARATION
MANTEL SHELF SHIELDING
FLOOR PROTECTOR CONSTRUCTION
INSTALLING THE FIRE BOX AND FLUE
INTERNAL PARTS
FASCIA
DOOR
ASH SHELF OR LOWER GRILLE
UPPER GRILLE
INSTALLING A WATER HEATING BOOSTER
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INTRODUCTION
In the interests of your safety, most building regulatory Authorities in Australia and New
Zealand require any wood fire installation to comply with Installation Standard AS/NZS
2918:2001. They may also have local requirements in addition to those in the Standard.
Check with your local Building Authority before commencing installation to find if you will
require a Permit and whether there are extra requirements. All our Wood fires have been
tested to ensure that they will meet the appropriate safety Standard requirements if the
instructions in this book are followed. As the safety and emissions performance can be affected
by altering the appliance, no modifications are allowed without written permission from the
manufacturer.
Wood fire models covered by this manual have been tested to demonstrate compliance with
current general emission requirements in Australia and New Zealand, but some areas have
stricter limits. Only some of the models meet those limits, so check before purchasing or
installing a particular model.
In areas covered by stricter emission regulations:• If a water-heating device is permitted, it must be factory fitted or be a MASPORT
accessory retrofitted strictly in accordance with the instructions supplied with it.
• Coal must not be used as a fuel.
• Wood fuel must have a moisture content of less than 25%.
WE RECOMMEND THAT THE INSTALLATION OF YOUR WOODFIRE BE
CARRIED OUT BY A QUALIFIED SPECIALIST INSTALLER. IF ANY ELECTRICAL
WORK IS REQUIRED, IT MUST BE CARRIED OUT BY A LICENSED ELECTRICIAN.
WARNING: THE APPLIANCE AND FLUE SYSTEM MUST BE INSTALLED IN
ACCORDANCE WITH AS/NZS 2918 AND THE APPROPRIATE REQUIREMENTS OF THE
RELEVANT BUILDING CODE OR CODES.
WARNING: APPLIANCES INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THIS STANDARD
SHALL COMPLY WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF AS/NZS 4013 WHERE REQUIRED BY
THE REGULATORY AUTHORITY, I.E. THE APPLIANCE SHALL BE IDENTIFIABLE
BY A COMPLIANCE PLATE WITH THE MARKING ‘TESTED TO AS/NZS 4013’. ANY
MODIFICATION OF THE APPLIANCE THAT HAS NOT BEEN APPROVED IN WRITNG BY
THE TESTING AUTHORITY IS CONSIDERED TO BE IN BREACH OF THE APPROVAL
GRANTED FOR COMPLIANCE WITH AS/NZS 4013.
WARNING FOR APPLIANCES WITH WATER HEATING DEVICES: DO NOT CONNECT TO AN
UNVENTED HOT WATER SYSTEM. INSTALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH AS 3500.4.1 OR NZS
4603 AND THE APPROPRIATE REQUIREMENTS OF THE RELEVANT BUILDING CODE OR
CODES.
WARNING: IN SOME REGIONS POWER POINTS ARE NOT PERMISSIBLE WITHIN THE FLOOR
PROTECTOR AREA; PLEASE CHECK WITH YOUR LOCAL AUTHORITY.
PLEASE ENSURE THAT ONLY COMPONENTS APPROVED BY GLEN DIMPLEX
AUSRALASIA LTD ARE USED FOR THE INSTALLATION, as substitutes may adversely
affect performance and might nullify compliance with the requirements of AS/NZS 2918.
CAUTION: MIXING OF APPLIANCE OR FLUE SYSTEM COMPONENTS FROM DIFFERENT
SOURCES OR MODIFYING THE DIMENSIONAL SPECIFICATION OF COMPONENTS MAY
RESULT IN HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS. WHERE SUCH ACTION IS CONSIDERED, THE
MANUFACTURER SHOULD BE CONSULTED IN THE FIRST INSTANCE.
CAUTION: CRACKED AND BROKEN COMPONENTS, e.g. GLASS PANELS, MAY
RENDER THE INSTALLATION UNSAFE.
CAUTION: TO AVOID THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK OR CONTACT WITH MOVING
PARTS, ONLY THE MANUFACTURER, THE MANUFACTURER’S SERVICE AGENTS OR
SIMILARLY QUALIFIED PERSONS SHOULD REMOVE PANELS WHICH ALOW
ACCESS TO FANS.
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FREESTANDING MODELS
UNPACKING
After removal of the shipping carton or wooden crate, open the door and lift it from its
hinges and keep it in safe plate to avoid scratching. Remove the packers and other
loose pieces from the firebox. Remove and discard the screws holding the wood fire to
the shipping pallet.
Remove the wood fire from the pallet, lifting only from the lower edge of each side.
DO NOT LIFT BY THE LOWER FRONT PANEL OR THE REAR PANEL. Correct lifting
procedures should be observed to avoid injury while handling Masport wood heaters.
ASSEMBLY OF FREESTANDING MODELS
PEDESTAL
Most of the models are shipped with the pedestal assembled. For others models, the
first step is to assemble the pedestal. Refer specification sheet or instruction sheet
provided with the fire.
FAN
On some models a fan is available as an accessory and, when permitted by the local
authority, can be retrofitted to the fire. In case of LE4000 Provincial model, fan is must
and needs to be installed as per instruction in the specification/installation guide. On
other models, the fan is not permitted in the Christchurch Clean Air Zones and
Canterbury.
The fan MUST only be operated when the air control is set on ‘HIGH’.
Fit the fan to the fire as per instructions supplied with the fan. In case of Masport
LE4000 Provincial model the model, fan switches on and off automatically.
POSITIONING YOUR FREE-STANDING WOODFIRE
Freestanding wood fires must not be installed in a fireplace or alcove, or under a ceiling
of less than 2.3m height.
No wall or other fixed object may be closer to the front of the wood fire than one meter.
When fitting a hot water booster, the wood fire should be close to the water cylinder.
Determine the installation position for your wood fire only after considering the
necessary clearances (See Installation Specification Sheet specific for your wood
fire model) and checking the practicability of installing the flue system.
Regard heat resistant walls with heat sensitive surface treatments (e.g. wallpaper or heat
sensitive paints) as heat sensitive walls.
Refer flue installation guides supplied by flue manufacturer for flue casing clearances.
Flue installations other than strictly vertical ones are possible. See AS/NZS 2918:2001
for information on non-vertical flues and flues passing through walls and eaves.
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FLOOR PROTECTOR (Hearth) REQUIREMENTS — Freestanding models
Unless your wood fire will be standing on an un-covered fireproof floor (containing no
combustible material) extending at least 500mm from the appliance, it will be necessary
to provide a floor protector (hearth). See below for construction details. Where the
minimum size requirements bring the side of the floor protector nearly to a wall, it is
advisable to extend the protector to meet the wall.
CORNER FLOOR PROTECTORS (Hearths)
The Installation Specification Sheets of your heater, details the MINIMUM size of
floor protector necessary to comply with the Safety Standards, it may often be
desirable to use a larger size for aesthetic reasons. A particular example is when the
wood fire is installed diagonally in a corner. It will be more practical to carry the
protector right into the corner and shape it as shown. The chart facilitates calculation of
the MINIMUM dimensions required for floor protectors of this shape. Minimum allowable
values for dimension ‘E’ are given in the Installation Specification Sheets for your
particular model.
FLOOR PROTECTOR (Hearth) CONSTRUCTION
In AUSTRALIA, the minimum floor protection requirement is a sheet of 6mm fibre
cement board. It is usually fastened directly to the floor.
In NEW ZEALAND, some wood fires must have an insulating floor protector. (See
Installation Specification Sheets). All other current models may be installed on an ash
type floor protector. Of course, all models may be installed on insulating floor
protectors if desired. The necessary minimum construction details for ash and
insulating floor protectors are shown below, and such constructions are suitable for use
on solid timber or particleboard floors. Bricks or concrete in contact with the flooring
material DO NOT provide the required insulation. If the floor within 500mm of the
appliance is concrete and has no combustible material in contact with it, a floor
protector is not required. In this case, if tiles or pieces of slate etc. are required for
decorative purposes, they may be fixed directly to the concrete floor.
In BOTH COUNTRIES, the protector must extend right under the wood fire and a
durable top surface will be needed to resist damage from heat or dropped embers.
Obvious surface materials are slate, bricks and ceramic tiles. Any gaps in the top
surfacing material must be grouted to prevent the penetration of embers. A trim
moulding will provide a neat edge finish.
Minimum Floor Protector (Hearth) Construction Requirements
AUSTRALIA - One Sheet 6mm Fibre Cement Board
NEW ZEALAND – Insulating Floor Protectors:- Two Sheets of 16mm thick
MICORE 160 or One Sheet of WOODEX (35 Thick).
Ash Floor Protectors:- One Sheet 6mm Fibre Cement Board (e.g. Hardies TILE &
SLATE UNDERLAY)
Ceramic
Tiles, Slates,
6mm Fibre Cement Sheet
Trim
Moulding
Timber or
Particle
Board Floor
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INSTALLING THE FLUE
You MUST use a flue system, which is tested and complies with the current installation
Standard AS/NZS 2918:2001 Appendix F.
Full instructions are supplied with the Masport flue kit, and these MUST be followed
closely, including the minimum flue exit height from the top of the floor protector and the
minimum exit height above the roofline or roof ridge as detailed in the instructions.
Always seal the flue to the flue socket of the firebox using firebox cement or
fiberglass rope.
Only flue systems tested with your particular model are approved for use at the tabled
clearances, see Installation Specification Sheets.
OTHER FLUE SYSTEMS
Flues system manufactured by different manufacturers can be used as long as they are
tested and comply to Appendix F of AS/NZS 2918:2001. But the flue shield specified by
Glen Dimplex must be used in order achieve clearances mentioned in the specification
sheet of any Masport appliance.
Flue heat shields other than those listed on the Installation Specification Sheets are used
and they have not been tested with these heaters, their installation clearances will be in
accordance with the guidelines specified in AS/NZS 2918:2001 for untested flue
installations.
REDUCING CLEARANCES TO COMBUSTIBLE
The clearances to combustible specified in the specification sheet packed with the
appliance can be safely reduced by following guidelines specified in AS/NZS
2918:2001 table 3.1 & 3.2. Heat shield is made of non-combustible material like metal
or masonry with an air gap behind it and vented top and bottom, between the fire and
the combustible wall.
Clearance factors for heat shield which is within 45 degrees of the vertical
Heat Shield
Minimum Air
Clearance
Construction
Gap Dimension
Factor
Single layer of
12mm
0.4
continuous material
Single layer of
15mm
0.3
continuous material
Two spaced layers of
12mm+12mm
0.2
continuous material
Clearance factors for heat shield which is more than 45 degrees off the vertical
Heat Shield
Minimum Air
Clearance
Construction
Gap Dimension
Factor
Single layer of
12mm
0.8
continuous material
Single layer of
15mm
0.6
continuous material
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FIXING THE WOODFIRE IN POSITION
Once the flue shielding system has been installed through the ceiling and roof, the wood
fire can be placed in its approximate position on the floor protector, and the flue
pipes installed. First, reach down through the flue spigot and carefully remove the
polystyrene packing above the firebox top baffle, remembering that the baffle can be
broken by rough handling. Finally adjust the stove position making sure the flue is
vertical and that the necessary minimum wood fire-to-wall distances are being
achieved. In New Zealand and some parts of Australia, Standards require that the
wood fire and floor protector be secured to prevent shifting in the event of an
earthquake. This is best done by fastening the wood fire right through the protector to
the floor, using two screws not less than 12 gauge, or the equivalent size of coach
bolts or toggle fasteners. We recommend a minimum of 8mm dynabolts on concrete
floors and 8mm coach screws for wooden floors of appropriate length. Anchor the
appliance through the holes of the seismic restraint at the rear of the pedestal or leg as
shown below.
Insert or Built-in models also need to have seismic restraint. Refer individual model
specification sheets for details of exact location for seismic restrain hole locations.
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FINAL ASSEMBLY
Before using the wood fire, confirm that the internal firebox components are in their
correct positions. (See ‘FIREBOX LINERS” in the Maintenance section of the Owners
Manual).
Make sure that the baffle is correctly placed on top of the supporting shelves at
each side of the firebox, and that it is back far enough for the two front corners to
drop behind the retaining ribs on top of the shelves. On some models, a metal
reinforcing channel is provided for the baffle. Fit this along the edge of the baffle
nearest the door.
If you need to remove the top baffle, first withdraw the secondary air tube following
the instructions in the Maintenance section of the Owners Manual.
In cases where a pedestal foot is to be fitted, simply fit the trim into the foot and slide
the assembly onto the pedestal, keeping the foot in contact with the Floor protector all
the time to avoid marking the finish on the sides of the pedestal.
INSTALLING A WATER HEATING BOOSTER
Water heating booster tubes can be fitted to MASPORT wood fires but the local emission
regulations in some areas may preclude their use on some models. Only the booster
tubes proven by test may be fitted, and in some cases, the air metering plate must be
changed at the same time to ensure that emission requirements are still met. The air
metering plate is fitted directly under the sliding plate that controls the stove heat
output, and it can be reached by removing the air control knob (remove the screw
underneath), and lifting off the air grille.
Water booster tube holes are provided and plugged in the back wall of the fireboxes and
in the side walls of some in-built models. All plumbing work must meet the
requirements of local plumbing standards. Pipe connections are 1” BSP and the pipe
positions are illustrated on the specific Installation Specification Sheets. Special
piping methods must be followed to ensure effective circulation, and the hot water
storage cylinder will need to have an internal riser pipe to two thirds of the cylinder
height to discourage unwanted water circulation when the wood fire is not burning. This
internal riser pipe must be connected to the flow pipe from the wood fire.
THE HOT WATER SYSTEM MUST BE VENTED TO AVOID DANGEROUS
EXPLOSIONS.
For effective circulation, the pipes from the wood fire should rise at the rate of one in
five toward the storage cylinder, and ideally, the cylinder should be within three meters
of the wood fire. Detailed piping instructions are included in the conversion kit, but two
safety requirements deserve special emphasis.
THERE MUST BE NO NON-RETURN OR SHUT-OFF VALVES IN THE PIPES
BETWEEN THE WOODFIRE AND THE STORAGE CYLINDER.
A WOODFIRE FITTED WITH A WATER HEATING BOOSTER MUST NOT BE FIRED
UNLESS IT IS CONNECTED TO A VENTED STORAGE CYLINDER FILLED WITH
WATER FREE TO CIRCULATE.
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FIREPLACE INSERT MODELS
NOTE. The following instructions cover the installation of any insert heater into a sound
masonry fireplace, which has an integral masonry chimney. Where such a chimney is
not available, the heater can be installed into a timber framed structure provided that
it is mounted in a special ‘built in’ (or ‘zero clearance’) metal shielding box. Built-in (zero
clearance) installation kits and the special flue components necessary are available
from your Dealer. Full assembly instructions are included in the kit.
All MASPORT insert models (Australian and New Zealand), are fitted with air
circulating fans. These are mounted inside the ash shelf or lower fascia panel (below
the firebox door).
UNPACKING
After removal of the shipping carton, remove any shipping restraints, remove the
retaining screw under the air control knob and pull the knob off. Lift the top grille clear.
To avoid the risk of electric shock or contact with moving parts, only the manufacturer, the
manufacturer’s service agents or similarly qualified persons should remove the bottom grille or
ash shelf of any Provincial fitted with a fan. To release the bottom grille or ash shelf, it will
be necessary on some models to turn the retaining screw(s) underneath it anti-clockwise
one quarter of a turn. Swing the bottom away from the heater and lift clear.
Keeping the fire upright, release it from the shipping pallet by unscrewing the shipping
bolts.
INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
Please read the INTRODUCTION on page 4, as this applies also to in-built models.
FIREPLACE PREPARATION
• For a safe installation, the following matters must be attended to.
• The masonry fireplace and chimney must be thoroughly cleaned and checked for
soundness.
• The chimney must not connect to a second fireplace.
• The joint between the chimney face and the fireplace surround must be checked
and sealed to prevent leakage if necessary.
• As per AS/NZ 2918:2001 no heat Sensitive Wall Cladding shall be closer to the fire
box than shown in the figure below.
Heat Sensitive Material Outside of Grey Box
Appliance
600 To Top Of
Hot Air Outlet
Hot Air Outlet
Exclusion Zone
Exclusion Zone
300
300
Side of Fire Box
HEAT - SENSITIVE MATERIALS EXCLUSION ZONES
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• In NEW ZEALAND:The LE 4000 Provincials can be installed in a masonry fireplace even though the
fireplace has not been constructed to meet the 50 mm timber-to-masonry separation
requirements specified in the Building Code and even though timber is in contact with
the outside of the masonry. The LE 4000 Provincial has a curved sheet metal heat
shield on the top surface of the heater cabinet to shield the flue spigot area from the front
breast of the surround. A 25mm thick layer of compressed insulation blanket covers the
top surface of the heater cabinet of the LE 4000 Provincial. As noted above, all models
can be installed in a timber framed enclosure using a ‘zero clearance’ installation kit.
• In AUSTRALIA:All models may be installed in any sound masonry fireplace equipped with a sound
masonry chimney. Further, they may be installed in a masonry enclosure by following
the requirements detailed in AS/NZS 2918. Again, they may also be installed in a
timber framed enclosure using a ‘zero clearance’ installation kit.
• In BOTH COUNTRIES:The flue pipe must be fitted right up the masonry chimney to exit above the chimney
top, and the space between the flue pipe and chimney must be ventilated at the top.
The area of this vent must be not less than 10,000mm2. The vent must be fitted with
means to prevent significant ingress of water and debris. The flue must be free to move
up and down at the top as it expands and contracts with temperature changes. This
movement can be 25mm or more.
MANTEL-SHELF SHIELDING
Mantel-shelves wider or lower than those shown on the Installation Specification
Sheets can be used provided that they have heat shields below them. We recommend
a sheet metal shield fixed 20mm below the shelf on non-combustible spacers. The
shield must abut the wall and protect the entire depth of the shelf. It must extend at
least 200mm from each side of the appliance or to the ends of the shelf if this is less.
The 20mm air space under the shelf must be open at the ends and front to
allow free air circulation.
FLOOR PROTECTOR CONSTRUCTION
If the original masonry floor protector is not large enough, any extension must be
securely fixed to the floor, and the extension joint must be sealed to prevent entry of
ash or embers. The extension should be a 6mm layer of fibre cement (e.g. Hardies
Tile and Slate Underlay, topped with tiles or slate. Additionally, in New Zealand
there should be one layer of 16mm thick Micore 160 beneath the fibre cement sheet.
A decorative trim can be fitted around the edges to tidy up the construction.
INSTALLING THE FIREBOX AND FLUE (INSERT MODELS)
The flue recommended for use in Australia is a stainless steel chimney kit such as the
Flomet Universal Flue system. In New Zealand, we recommend the use of the MASPORT
Insert flue kit.
Measure the fireplace recess and remove bricks as necessary to accept the firebox outer
case. The dimensions are shown in the Table on the Installation Specification Sheets.
Clear away any rubble and clean, inspect and seal the chimney and fireplace as detailed
under INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS.
Remove the polystyrene packing from above the baffle taking care not to damage the
baffle (some models only).
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Check the distance back from the face of the surround to the centre of chimney to
determine whether the flue will require an offset fitting. If needed, fix it to the lower end of
the assembled flue sections in the chimney and lift the flue assembly up while the firebox
case is pushed back into the recess. Verify that the case will be fully supported in a level
position when installed. Slide the case in and adjust its position so that its flange is in line
with the face of the surround.
To provide seismic restraint, screw the case to the base of the fireplace recess with at least
two 12 gauge screws through the holes in the bottom of the firebox outer case.
Slide out the top front section of the case for access for fitting and fixing the flue.
Alternatively, the top firebox baffle may be removed for this purpose. Baffle removal is
described in the MAINTENANCE section of the OWNERS MANUAL, under FIREBOX
TOP BAFFLE. Lower the flue into position.
Seal the flue at the firebox spigot using fire cement or fiberglass rope. Secure the flue to
the spigot. Re-fit the sliding panel with the insulating blanket (if provided) on top of the
firebox outer cabinet. Do not forget to replace the baffle and secondary air tube if they
have been removed.
Instructions for fixing and weather-proofing the top end of the flue are supplied with the
flue kit.
INTERNAL PARTS
Check for correct positioning. See ‘FIREBOX LINERS’ in the Maintenance section of the
OWNERS MANUAL.
FASCIA.
Assemble the fascia to the firebox case as per the instructions accompanying it, fitting the
wiring (if any) exactly as shown on the Installation Specification Sheets.
DOOR
Hook the bottom pivot over the lower end of the hinge pin and lift the door up until the
top pivot drops over the top end of the hinge pin.
ASH SHELF OR LOWER GRILLE
TO AVOID THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK OR CONTACT WITH MOVING PARTS, ONLY
THE MANUFACTURER, THE MANUFACTURER’S SERVICE AGENTS OR SIMILARLY
QUALIFIED PERSONS SHOULD REMOVE PANELS WHICH ALOW ACCESS TO FANS.
To fit the grille or shelf, hang it on the posts at the bottom of the fascia, taking care to feed
the mains flex for the fan through the fascia side panel as the shelf is lowered into
position. Hook the top on first, and then swing the bottom into position. If a retaining screw
(or screws) is fitted underneath, align the screw with the socket and press inward gently on
the screw head until it ‘clicks’ into engagement.
UPPER GRILLE
The primary air control knob must be removed before the upper grille can be fitted or
removed. It is retained by a Phillips-head screw from underneath. To avoid damaging
the knob, check that the screw hole and the hole in the plate are in line before replacing
the screw.
INSTALLING A WATER HEATING BOOSTER
The necessary piping arrangements must be made for this before the case is fitted into
the recess. If it is a side entry model, the tube may be fitted on either side of the firebox.
The plumbing requirements are the same as those for the free-standing models.
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