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Coonara Grange Classic Operating instructions
The Genuine
A Great Way To Keep Warm
Coonara “Grange Classic”
One of the world’s most powerful efficient gas
log space heaters
CUSTOMER OPERATING INFORMATION
&
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Serial Number of Heater: ____________ Model: ________________
Grange Classic Gas Heaters ARE MANUFACTURED BY
SHAMIC SHEETMETAL (AUST.) PTY. LTD.
Revised: 25/06/2008
PO BOX 8, KILSYTH, VIC. 3137
PH: 03 9737 5300 FAX: 03 9761 6455
www.shamicheating.com.au
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WARNING
THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS MUST BE CARRIED OUT OR
WARRANTY BECOMES VOID.
Heater must be installed by an authorized person. You must obtain a
license number from the installer.
Heater must be placed on a flat level surface. Inbuilt models must be
placed on AC sheeting, to prevent unit from rattling.
Heater must be checked for scratches or dents prior to installation.
All glass must be fitted with a screw driver not a drill. If glass is broken
upon install due to the screws being tightened too much, it will not be
classed under warranty.
Further safety precautions and installation instructions are contained
throughout this manual. Please read the manual before installation.
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CONTENTS
PRODUCT FEATURES…………………………………………………4
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS………………………………………………5
CUSTOMER OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS………………………...6
SAFETY FEATURES……………………………………………………7
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS……………………………………8-16
DIMENSIONS……………………….…………………………………...17
PRESSURE ADJUSTMENTS……………..……….…………………...18
WIRING DIAGRAM…………………………………………………….19
LOG SET………………………………………………………………….20
CARE OF APPLIANCE & WARRANTY……………………………...21
TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE. ……………………………………….22
WARRANTY FORM & CONTACT DETAILS…………………….…23
PLEASE STORE THIS MANUAL IN A SAFE PLACE FOR
FUTURE REFERENCE
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Product Features
COONARA “GRANGE CLASSIC” INBUILT GAS LOG HEATERS
NAME PLATE
MODEL-GRANGE
GAS TYPE
MODEL TYPE
GAS INPUT
HIGH
LOW
HEAT OUTPUT
HIGH
LOW
Efficiency
Injector Size
Manifold Pressure
High
Low
A.G.A Approval
No to Code AG103
Manufacturer
NATURAL
L.P.G
Inbuilt
Inbuilt
37 MJ/h
19 MJ/h
37 MJ/h
19 MJ/h
8.9 kW
4.3 kW
86.5 %
3.3 mm
8.9 kW
4.3 kW
86.5 %
1.9 mm
0.7 kPa
0.35 KPa
1.9 kPa
0.7 KPa
Shamic
Sheetmetal (Aust.)
Pty.Ltd.
PO BOX 8,
KILSYTH,
VIC. 3136
To be installed by
an authorized
person in
accordance with
installation
instructions
provided with the
appliance.
7048
Electrical Conform to AS3100
Air Pressure Switch
Cut in Pressure
240V 50 Hz 120 Watts Max
Aria 380 series
100 Pa
Cut out Pressure
Electrical Connection
90 Pa
Standard Flex. 2 Mt. 3 Pin Plug
Coonara “Grange Classic” Inbuilt Gas Log Space Heaters
Zero Clearance to Combustible Materials
5.1 Star Energy Rate
Manual controls. Optional thermostat
Electronic ignition.
Modulated heat settings
External combustion air intake - prevents de-oxygenation of room air.
Delayed start room fan - prevents cold air being circulated at start-up.
Heat ducted to any neighbouring room in your home – optional extra
Power flue.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
!
DO NOT –OPERATE THIS APPLIANCE BEFORE READING THIS
INSTUCTION MANUAL.
DO NOT – PLACE ARTICLES ON OR AGAINST THIS APPLIANCE.
DO NOT – STORE CHEMICALS, FLAMMABLE MATERIALS OR SPRAY
AEROSOLS NEAR THIS APPLIANCE
DO NOT – OPERATE WITH PANELS, COVERS OR GUARDS REMOVED
FROM THIS APPLIANCE.
DO NOT – ENCLOSE THIS APPLIANCE
DO NOT – MODIFY THIS APPLIANCE.
SAFETY GUARD
THE SAFETY GUARD IN THE GLASS DOOR IS FITTED TO THIS APPLIANCE
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR INJURY FROM BURNS. NO PART OF IT
SHOULD BE PERMANENTLY REMOVED. IF HEATER IS DAMAGED,
DURING REMOVAL OF SAFETY GUARD, DAMAGE WILL NOT BE COVERED
BY WARRANTY.
FOR PROTECTION OF YOUNG CHILDREN
SECONDARY GUARD IS REQUIRED.
OR
THE
INFIRMED,
A
INSTALLATION
THIS APPLIANCE SHALL ONLY BE INSTALLED BY AN AUTHORIZED
PERSON
IN ACCORDANCE WITH AS 5601/AG 601 (GAS INSTALLATION CODE),
MANUFACTURERS INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS,
LOCAL GAS FITTING REGULATIONS AND MUNICIPAL BUILDING CODES.
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Customer Operating Instructions
The Coonara Grange Classic Gas log space Heater has been designed for a simple and efficient
operation to provide you with a higher heat output than most other heaters in the market. The
optional heat transfer kit means that your heater will provide you with a fully controlled
modulated supply of heat, from a pleasant and steady warmth to the strongest heat output, to
reach almost any corner of your home.
PRE OPERATIONS CHECKS
Prior to operating the heater, ensure that the flue terminal is not obstructed. Furthermore, make
sure there are no combustible objects leaning against, resting on, or within the immediate vicinity
of the unit. Check that the heater main power and gas supply are connected and switched on.
OPERATING THE HEATER
The heaters are operated by the room thermostat
1 - To ignite your heater press Power Button on the thermostat and the heater will automatically
start the ignition sequence. After approximately 30 seconds of self-checking the heater will
ignite.
2 - The heater will always start in the low heat setting and the heater will warm up for at least
2 minutes before automatically going to the higher flame setting.
3 - The fan will not start until the heater has reached the minimum operating temperature. In the
High heat setting the fan speed will be locked in high and can not be set to medium or low
speed, unless your change the heat setting to medium or low.
Note: On the Maximum heat setting the fan speed will be locked in high and can not be set to
medium or low speed unless you change the heat to a lower setting.
TURNING THE APPLIANCE OFF
Press power button on thermostat once. The room fan will continue to operate for a short period
while the heater cools down.
Please note:
1 - This appliance cannot be operated without the fan running.
2 - Due to the performance and efficiency of the heater, steam may be noticed coming from the
flue terminal on cool days.
3 - As this appliance has a luminous effect some slight carbon deposition may occur.
4 - During first time firing of this appliance, an odour may be noticed for a short period of time
while the paint cures. It is advisable to leave the windows open during the first few hours of
the very first operation only.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
IMPORTANT POINTS:
! DO NOT place articles or clothing on or against this appliance
! DO NOT use or store flammable materials near this heater
! DO NOT place any item containing liquid on the heater
! DO NOT spray aerosol in the vicinity of this appliance when it is in operation
! ALWAYS supervise young children near the appliance
It is recommended that a secondary guard be used, to prevent access to the appliance by children,
as outer panels of this appliance may reach high temperatures.
NOTE: In the event the electricity supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced with the original
Coonara part obtainable from your authorized dealer.
SAFETY FEATURES:
Automatic Pre-purge: Before heater ignition this operation is done to evacuate any remains of
gas or flue products from inside the firebox that could be the cause of a mishap.
Automatic Shut-off: Should the flame extinguish for any reason there is an automatic shut off
of the gas supply.
Over temperature protection: In the event of the room fan failing, blockage of airways or
incorrect gas installation, the gas supply will automatically shut off to prevent the appliance from
over-heating.
Warning: This appliance must be installed to comply with AS 5601/AG601 codes
and regulations and only by an authorized person who is responsible for its correct
operation at the time of installation and final Commissioning.
For your own convenience please record the following information in the space provided:
Purchased from:
Name…………………………………………………………………………
Address………………………………………………………………………
Phone No…………………………………..Date of purchase:…….………
Serial No of appliance:………………………………………………………
To be completed by the installer:
Name……………………………………………..Licence No……………….
Address………………………………………………………………………..
Phone No……………………………………. Installation Date…………….
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WARNING
Heater must be checked for scratches or dents prior to installation.
Once the Heater is installed scratches or dents are NOT covered by warranty.
Heater must be placed on a flat level surface.
Inbuilt models must be placed on AC sheeting, to prevent unit from rattling.
INSTALLATION OPTIONS:
* ONLY TO BE CARRIED OUT BY AN AUTHORIZED PERSON!
The Grange Classic Inbuilt Heater is a zero clearance appliance and can be
optionally installed in a false fireplace or wall cavity made of combustible
materials such as wood or chipboard. Coonara provide the heater with their
own flue kit, of flexible pipes of 60mm and 50mm diameter for the inlet and
exhaust. For the gas supply a flexible hose is provided and must be used.
Notice: For Horizontal flue installations more than 1 meter long, the air intake restrictor plate,
located in the gas cowl inlet connection, must be removed by using a Tin-Snip or similar tool.
See page 13.
SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS - INBUILT
To access flue fan and the over temp switch, the heater needs to be removed. To access the log
set the door frame and glass need to be removed. To access all other components the following
steps apply:
To remove tray for service:
1. Undo gas connection going into gas valve and flow tube at firebox.
2. Pull out igniter cable x 2 and heat sensor cable x 1. These are clipped into blue box and
RH side.
3. Unclip plastic wire connections (plugs) x 3.
4. Pull silicone tubes off pressure switch x 2.
5. Udo two wing nuts. Lift fan up and pull forward. The tray will come free for service.
6. To access firebox, read installation instructions Page 10.
To refit tray
7. Undo hex nut holding fan down. The nut is located behind the capacitor. Slide tray back
in and pull forward. Then lock down with two wing nuts. Turn fan on slight angle so
LH corner enters cut out first. Twist fan into position and fix with hex nut. Then follow
dismantling procedure in reverse.
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2
2
4
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4
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ALL INBUILT MODELS ARE TO BE PLACED ON A FLAT LEVEL
SURFACE TO PREVENT RATTLES
VERTICAL FLUE INSTALLATION
INBUILT MODEL
1. Connect flue terminal to both flexible flue pipes.
2. Feed both flexible pipes down the chimney cavity.
3. Fix flue terminal securely to top of chimney and seal to prevent water entry. Seal with Hi
temperature waterproof silicon sealant prior to cementing to chimney top, pop rivet
circular flange to the collector box. (Chimney installation only).
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Grange Inbuilt Flue
Installation
Collector box
Chimney top plate
COLLECTOR BOX
NOTE: AIR INTAKE RESTRICTOR PLATE MUST BE REMOVED
FOR FLUE LENGTHS OF MORE THAN 1 METER.
Rear vent Flue Installation
1. Determine the exact location for the heater.
2. Mark the exact location for the wall penetration
a. Determine that you will not be cutting through any vertical wall studs.
b. Check that the location of the wall-mounted terminal conforms to the
requirements of AG601 – Location of a Flue Terminal.
3. Cut 2 holes 70mm in diameter at 160mm centres holes to be side by side in the
horizontal.
4. Use the back of the cowl as a template for fixing holes.
5. Fit flex flue to spigots on the rear of the cowl using provided hose clamps and seal with
silicone (high temp).
NOTE- it may be necessary to trim the flue depending on wall thickness.
6. Attach the back of the cowl to the wall. Silicone around outside.
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INSTALLATION
-
GAS PRESSURE TO GAS VALVE
NAT 1.1 KPA / LPG 2.75 KPA
Only to be carried out by an authorised person!
1. Unpack flue kit and log set. (Packed inside with heater).
2. Carefully remove the cardboard carton surrounding the heater, then remove the heater from
the pallet.
3. Connect flue pipes to unit. Connect gas to gas valve and check pressure coming in.
Minimum pressure required – NAT GAS = 1.1 KPA & LPG = 2.75KPA. High and low
settings on gas valve are FACTORY SET.
4. Remove door frame by undoing 2 screws under the door.
5. Remove 4 glass retainers and glass. This will give access to the firebox.
6. Start by pressing power button on the thermostat. Heater will not light for approx 1 minute.
Once the firebox gets warm it will then go to higher temp. Switch off using power button
on the thermostat. This may have to be done 2 – 3 times, until unit is purged.
7. Once heater is working, unpack log set and place in firebox, making sure you do not move
the sensor when placing the back log.
8. Re assemble heater in reverse order.
9. Fascia Panel hooks on to the unit at the top. One screw secures the fascia at centre bottom
under door.
INSTRUCT CUSTOMER OF CORRECT OPERATING PROCEDURE.
INSTALL INTO A STUD WALL CAVITY
1. Mark the exact location of where the heater is to be located with an outline 720mm wide by
615mm high (minimum)
2. Check that location for the flue terminal conforms to the requirements of AG601 Location of
a Flue Terminal.
3. Cut out the plaster board and timber supports (re-position supports if necessary)
4. Refer to figure 1, and continue as described on previous page.
INSTALLATION THROUGH A WALL
THAT REQUIRES A WEATHER COVER
1. Mark the exact location of where the heater is to be located with an outline 720mm wide by
615mm high.
2. Check that location for the flue terminal conforms to the requirements of AG601 Location of
a Flue Terminal.
3. Cut out the plasterboard and timber supports (re-position if necessary). Cut out the outer
brickwork.
4. Locate the appliance. Connect gas.
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5. Feed the gas line through the hole located at the lower right hand side of the outer weather
cover (provided) and the flue pipes through the pre-punched hole for the flue pipes on the
upper left hand side.
6. Fit the outer weather cover over the exposed heater body and screw to the outer wall. Also
use a silicon sealant.
7. Trim the inner flue to 50mm longer than the outer flue.
8. Fit the cowl back to the outer weather cover (Also use a silicon sealant). As page 10
instructions.
9. Fit the cowl to the flue pipes and then to the weather cover.
10. Install heater as instructions on page 10.
EXTERNAL WEATHER COVER
1. The weather cover has in the bottom RH corner a moveable plate for gas connections.
2. Pre punch holes to take cowl.
3. Weather cover must be sealed with silicone to stop water entry.
Note: when the weather cover and cowl are attached it is necessary to seal the top and
side edges with silicone to prevent water entry.
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REAR FLUE INSTALLATION WITH OPTIONAL OFFSET FLUE BOX
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The Offset Flue Box is used only when wall flue penetration has less than
300mm high from outside floor
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DIMENSIONS OF APPLIANCE INBUILT MODEL
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PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT
Your Coonara Grange Classic Heater has been fully factory preset and adjusted and does not
need to be re-adjusted during installation. But there will be some situations where some service
has to be done and gas pressure may need to be re-adjusted as per the following instructions:
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WIRING DIAGRAM
PRESSURE SWITCH
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COONARA GRANGE CLASSIC LOG SET LOCATION
DETAILS
REAR LOG
CROSS LOG
CORNER
LOG
CORNER
LOG
FRONT LEFT TWIG
FRONT LOG
FRONT RIGHT TWIG
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WARRANTY
DESIGNATION OF WARRANTOR. This warranty is extended by Shamic Sheetmetal (Aust)
Pty. Ltd with respect to Coonara gas heaters
PRODUCT. This Coonara Gas heater is comprised of the heater proper (including components
and firebox), fan assembly, speed control switch, electrical components, gas valves, seals and
moving parts. Except where specifically excluded from coverage hereunder, this warranty
covers all components designed.
See exclusions and qualifications below for further information on product coverage.
WARRANTY:
1) Shamic Sheetmetal (Aust) Pty. Ltd, warrants the firebox and the heat exchanger to be free
of defects in materials and workmanship of a period of five (5) years from the date of
purchase.
2) Shamic Sheetmetal (Aust.) Pty.Ltd., warrants that all other components of the unit to be
free of defects in material and workmanship for a period of one (1) year from date of
purchase, excluding door glass and decorative logs.
3) If this Coonara heater is found to be defective in material or workmanship Shamic will
repair or replace such defects in the Coonara heater at Shamic’s option in accordance
with Coonara’s warranty policy during the period on this warranty.
4) Exclusions and qualifications. This warranty is subject to the following exclusions and
qualifications.
a) This warranty extends only to the original consumer purchaser, who has
purchased the heater from an authorised Coonara dealer.
b) This warranty does not apply to, and Coonara assumes no responsibility for any
damages that result due to, installation or operation of the heater not in
accordance with both the installation and operation instructions furnished with the
unit.
c) This warranty does not apply to any heater which has been modified or damaged
in shipping or by improper handling, improper operation, abuse, misuse, accident
or unworkmanlike repairs.
d) Shamic Sheetmetal (Aust.) Pty.Ltd. does not warrant the structural performance
of the heater when fuel products other than the specified gas fuels are used.
Flammable liquid fuels are explosive and should never be used in this product.
e) Shamic Sheetmetal (Aust.) Pty.Ltd. expressly excludes any liability hereunder for
defects or damage caused by the installation or of any components not expressly
authorised and approved by Shamic.
Shamic further assumes no liability for
defects or damage caused by any modification not expressly authorised and
approved by Shamic. Unauthorised components or modifications could create a
fire hazard by altering the safety design of the heater.
f) Building Codes. Since building code requirements vary, users should determine
in advance whether there are any building code restrictions on the installation or
use of the heater. Shamic makes no representation of warranty regarding building
code compliance and shall not be responsible for compliance therewith.
g) Shamic will only accept claims under this warranty in strict accordance with the
conditions set out below.
5) Shamic Sheetmetal (Aust.) Pty.Ltd. shall not be liable for any breakages of glass and log
components, transit damage or for any claim by any person for incidental or
consequential damages caused by defects in the Coonara heater. Whether such damage
occurs or is discovered before or after replacement or repair, and whether or not such
damage is caused by Coonara negligence. Normal wear and tear items such as routine
surface maintenance, seals and door glass are also excluded from this warranty.
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6) This warranty contains benefits in addition to all other specific legal rights and remedies,
which the purchaser may have under statute. You may also have other rights, which vary
from state to state.
7) This warranty applies only to units purchased from an authorised dealer and the duration
of this implied warranty, including merchantability, applicable to this Coonara heater is
limited to the duration of the foregoing warranty.
8) Before Shamic Sheetmetal (Aust.) Pty.Ltd. will recognise or accept a claim under this
warranty, you must provide proof of purchase. On purchase of the heater, despatch your
warranty card to Shamic Sheetmetal (Aust.) Pty.Ltd.
9) Your authorised dealer must be notified of any defect in the heater, for investigation of
the claim. In the event where repairs are necessary and claims under warranty are
accepted, the purchaser shall be required to return to the authorised Coonara dealer the
heater or any removable defect part for repairs.
CARE OF YOUR GRANGE CLASSIC GAS HEATER
This appliance requires minimal maintenance, however, it is recommended that a
qualified person make a full service and check annually.
The Bottom fascia air grill should be removed by unscrewing the two screws and
the fan vacuumed annually.
To clean the appliance, simply wipe over with a damp cloth. Do not use solvents
or abrasive cleaning agents.
Before making a service call check that:
1 - Electrical power is on
2 - Gas is turned on
3 - There are no obstruction /blockages of the flue terminal
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TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
REMEDY
Appliance fails to
ignite.
No gas supply or pressure insufficient.
Ensure gas supply connected, purged, and pressure
appropriate.
Ensure unit plugged in and switch is on, check
supply fuse.
Check supply. Active, neutral, & earth must be
correctly orientated and connected.
No electrical supply.
Appliance ignites
then goes out
Unit will not
operate on Low.
Room fan not
operating.
Unit cuts out after a
period of time then
cycles on and off.
Excessive carbon
(soot) deposits on
inside of firebox,
logs, and/or glass.
Excessive flame
height.
Excessive flame
“lift off”
Unit fails to heat.
Burner will not
spark
Incorrect gas valve adjustment.
Adjust valve pressures.
Insufficient time allowed between
attempts.
Wait at least 15 seconds for unit to purge
combustion chamber after switching on.
Internal wiring disconnected.
Check all plugs inside appliance are connected
properly and correctly located, Ensure operation of
combustion fan & air pressure switch.
Check Polarity/Heat sensor bar
Check supply. Adjust lower. Active, neutral, &
earth must be correctly orientated and connected.
Adjust valve.
Incorrect gas valve adjustment.
Incorrect or loose wiring.
Insufficient time allowed.
Check wiring.
Fan has a delayed start and will not start until unit
warms-up.
Check wiring.
Install fan in correct location.
Remove and clean fan.
See “Room fan not operating”
Loose wiring.
Fan not located correctly.
Fan blocked.
See “Room fan not operating”
Heat exchanger blockage.
Excessive pressure or incorrect gas
type.
Incorrect gas type or pressure setting.
Primary air shutter incorrectly adjusted
for gas type.
Incorrect gas type or pressure setting.
Clean heat exchanger.
Ensure correct gas type, injector size, and pressure
setting.
Ensure correct gas type, injector size, and pressure
setting.
Adjust primary air shutter.
Ensure correct gas type, injector size, and pressure
setting.
Flue or inlet blockage.
Clear blockage.
Recirculation of flue gases.
See “Room fan not operating”
Incorrect gas type or pressure setting.
Gas supply blockage.
Flue incorrectly installed.
See “Room fan not operating”
Ensure correct gas type, injector size, and pressure
setting.
Check injector, burner supply pipe, & valve for
foreign matter.
Remove front burner cover, using pliers. Bend tags
holding sparker. Do not bend sparker.
Gap between burner & sparker should
be 3mm
All service work to be carried out by a qualified & authorised person
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For your nearest authorised service company, please contact:
SHAMIC SHEETMETAL (AUST.) PTY. LTD.
14 – 18 Research Drive, CROYDON SOUTH, VIC. 3136
POSTAL ADDRESS:
P.O. Box 8, KILSYTH, VIC. 3137
Phone: (03) 9737 5300
Fax: (03) 9761 6455
DETACH AND RETURN BY MAIL
NAME _______________________________________________________________
ADDRESS____________________________________________________________
CITY/STATE/POSTCODE_______________________________________________
PURCHASED AT (Dealer name & address)
______________________________________________________________________
DATE PURCHASED____________________ MODEL ______________________
SERIAL NO ______________
WHERE DID YOU HEAR ABOUT GRANGE CLASSIC GAS HEATERS?
RADIO, TELEVISION, NEWSPAPER, DEALER, WEBSITE, OTHER – PLEASE PROVIDE
DETAILS:
____________________________________________________________________________
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