Horizon_ Bell_ Small_ Tunnel_ 3_ EN_ CF

Horizon_ Bell_ Small_ Tunnel_ 3_ EN_ CF
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE &
MANUAL DAILY MAINTENANCE
HORIZON BELL SMALL
TUNNEL 3 CF/LF
Gas fire with closed combustion system
Bellfires wishes you many cosy evenings with your new Bellfires gas fire
This document is an essential part of your gas fire.
Read it carefully before use of the gas fire and keep it in a safe place!
Serial number:
Production date:
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BELLFIRES GAS FIRE WITH CLOSED COMBUSTION SYSTEM:
Horizon Bell Small Tunnel 3 CF (Centre Fire)
(HBST3 CF)
Horizon Bell Small Tunnel 3 LF (Line Fire)
(HBST3 LF)
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CONTENTS
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1. WARRANTY TERMS .................................................................................
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2. INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE .......................................................................
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3. USING THE APPLIANCE FOR THE FIRST TIME .....................................
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4. DAILY MAINTENANCE ..............................................................................
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5. ANNUAL MAINTENANCE ..........................................................................
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WARRANTY TERMS
Interfocos
Warranty terms
Interfocos B.V. guarantees the quality of the supplied Bellfires hearth and the quality
of the materials used. All Bellfires hearths are developed and manufactured according
to the highest possible quality standards. If, despite all this, something should prove
amiss with the Bellfires hearth you have purchased, Interfocos B.V. offers the following
manufacturer’s warranty.
Article 1: Warranty
1.1. If Interfocos B.V. determines that the Bellfires hearth you have purchased is
defective as a result of a flaw in the construction or material, Interfocos B.V.
guarantees to repair or replace the hearth free of charge, without charging any
costs for labour or spare parts.
1.2. Repair or replacement of the Bellfires hearth will be undertaken by Interfocos B.V.
or by a Bellfires dealer as designated by Interfocos B.V.
1.3. This warranty is supplementary to the existing legal national warranty of Bellfires
dealers and Interfocos B.V. in the country of purchase and is not intended to
restrict your rights and claims based on the applicable legal provisions.
Article 2: Warranty conditions
2.1. Should you wish to claim under the warranty, please contact your Bellfires dealer.
2.2. Complaints should be reported as quickly as possible after they have manifested
themselves.
2.3. Complaints will only be accepted if they are reported to the Bellfires dealer,
together with the serial number of the Bellfires hearth which is stated on the front
of the instructions for use.
2.4. In addition, the original receipt (invoice, receipt, cash receipt) showing the date of
purchase must also be submitted.
2.5. Repairs and replacements during the warranty period do not give any entitlement
to an extension of the warranty period. After a repair or replacement of warranty
parts, the warranty period shall be deemed to have started on the date of
purchasing the Bellfires hearth.
2.6. If a certain part is eligible for the warranty and the original part is no longer
available, Interfocos B.V. shall ensure that an alternative part of at least the
same quality shall be provided.
Article 3: Warranty exclusions
3.1. The warranty on the Bellfires hearth ceases to be in effect if:
a. it is not installed according to the supplied installation instructions, and to
national and/or local regulations;
b. it has been installed, connected or repaired by a non-Bellfires dealer;
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c.
d.
e.
3.2.
it has not be used or maintained according to the instructions for use;
it has been changed, neglected or roughly treated;
it has been damaged as a result of external causes (outside the hearth
itself), for example, lightning strike, water damage or fire;
In addition, the warranty lapses if the original purchase receipt shows any
change, deletion, removal or if it is illegible.
Article 4: Warranty area
4.1. The warranty is only valid in those countries where Bellfires hearths are sold
through an official dealer network.
Article 5: Warranty period
5.1. This warranty will only be granted during the warranty period.
5.2. The body of the Bellfires hearth is guaranteed for a period of 10 years against
construction and/or material faults, starting from the moment of purchase.
5.3. For other parts of the Bellfires hearth, a similar warranty applies from the moment
of purchase for a period of one year.
5.4. For user parts such as glass, glass (cord), thermocouple and the interior of the
combustion chamber, a similar guarantee is given until after the first burning.
Article 6: Liability
6.1. A claim granted by Interfocos B.V. under this warranty does not automatically
imply that Interfocos B.V. also accepts liability for any possible damage.
The liability of Interfocos B.V. never extends further than that stated in these
warranty conditions. Any liability of Interfocos B.V. for consequential damage is
expressly excluded.
6.2. That stated in this provision is not valid if and to the extent that is derives from
a mandatory provision.
6.3. All agreements entered into by Interfocos B.V. are, unless specifically stated
otherwise in writing and to the extent that they are permitted based on applicable
law, subject to the Conditions of the Dutch Metal and Engineering Association
(METAALUNIEVOORWAARDEN), as filed with the registrar of the Court of
Rotterdam on 1 January 2008.
Interfocos B.V.
Hallenstraat 17
5531 AB Bladel
The Netherlands
Tel: +31-497339200
Email: info@Bellfires.com
Carefully retain the instructions for use; they show the serial number of the hearth.
You will need this if you wish to claim under the warranty.
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
2.1
INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on your purchase of this modern Bellfires gas fire. This quality product
will provide you with many years of enjoyment due to the flame effect and warmth that
it provides. Please read the instructions for use carefully before using the appliance for
the first time. Keep this booklet in a safe place.
2.2
BUILT-IN PROTECTION OF THE APPLIANCE
The appliance is fully protected by means of a thermo-electric pilot light shut off in the
event of a gas escape from the main burner.
In addition, the appliance is fitted with a patented safety system, whereby the door will
extract any over-pressure that arises in a controlled way. In this, a spring system briefly
causes the door to hinge forward a few centimetres.
A loud noise can occur. If this happens, immediately close the gas tap and contact the
fitter.
2.2.1 Safety
Do not place embers, vermiculite granules, wood logs or pebbles against
the pilot light burner. Make sure that the pilot flame can burn at all times
freely over the main burner. Only in this way is proper ignition of the main
burner ensured.
Ignoring these directions could lead to a dangerous situation.
Do not place flammable objects within 100 cm of the appliance. Pay
special attention to furnishings and ornaments around the fire.
When igniting the pilot light and burner, always keep a minimum
distance of 100 cm from the front of the appliance.
If the pilot flame goes out for any reason, wait for 5 minutes before
attempting to re-light it.
It is essential that the appliance, the complete concentric flue system and
the outlet are cleaned and inspected annually by a recognised fitter/gas
specialist. The safe operation of the appliance will thus remain guaranteed.
For this, please refer to the Installation instructions (Chapter 2:
Maintenance), that are supplied separately with each appliance.
The gas fire must never be used with the door open or the door glass
removed.
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Never place flammable material on the ceramic log set.
The filling of the main burner with embers, vermiculite granules,
wood logs or pebbles may not under any circumstances be changed
or added to.
Do not place easily-flammable materials, such as nylon clothing or
flammable liquids, in the vicinity of the gas fire.
Ensure at all times that children and other people who are not
aware of the operation of the gas appliance are only in the vicinity
of the appliance exclusively under supervision.
Use a fireguard to protect the people and children mentioned
above against possible burns.
2.3
FLAME EFFECT
The appliance is supplied with a “Centre Fire” or “Line Fire” double burner,
as ordered, from the factory. These burners each have their own specific flame effect,
see below for an impression.
Horizon Bell Small Tunnel 3 CF
The appliance is supplied with a “Centre Fire” double burner:
Both burners ON
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Only front burner ON
Horizon Bell Small Tunnel 3 LF
The appliance is supplied with a “Line Fire” double burner:
Both burners ON
Only front burner ON
Natural gas:
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The above sketches provide an impression of the flame effect.
This can differ from reality. The flame effect is namely
dependant on the composition and supply pressure of the
natural gas present.
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The flame effect produced by butane and
propane is less realistic than with natural gas.
The flame effect is less as far as flame
volume and height are concerned!
OPERATION: REMOTE CONTROL
2.4.1 General
Read these instructions carefully before lighting the fire !!
The appliance is operated by radio remote control. This comprises a hand-held
transmitter and a receiver. The receiver is part of the gas control block assembly.
The receiver and the gas control block are behind the (white) panel door (operating unit)
next to the appliance. Press the door inwards to open; this will release the catch and the
door will spring out.
The hand-held transmitter and receiver are powered by batteries.
Hand-held transmitter : 1x 9V battery.
Receiver
: 4x 1.5V battery type LR6 or AA.
Option: 6V adapter (230 VAC). Available from your fitter.
Note: Hand-held transmitter and receiver are not interchangeable with previous models.
The pilot light is situated in the front of the burner, behind a cowl. Should the pilot light
go out, you must wait five (5) minutes before attempting to re-ignite the fire.
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Important
Once the fire is lit, it must burn at maximum for approx. 10 minutes to allow the chimney
to come up to temperature!
2.4.2 Hand-held transmitter
The remote control works by radio signal. The hand-held transmitter is configured in the
factory with a unique signal code.
Figure 1: Hand-held transmitter
Temperature
setting
°C/24 hour or °F/12 hour
Clock setting
Signal indication
Battery status
ON/OFF Temperature
setting
Time setting
Program
Timer
setting
Fan-symbol: has no
function for the appliance
Possibilities
of operation
(Company modes)
Light-symbol: has
no function for the
appliance
AUX-symbol:
indicates that the
rear burner is ON
Fan level-symbol:
has no function for
the appliance
Figure 2: Display hand-held transmitter
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Set the display - °C/24 hour or °F/12 hour Clock setting
• Connect the batteries. By simultaneously pressing OFF and
(small flame), can be switched from °F (and 12 hour clock)
to °C (and 24 hour clock), or vice versa.
• The display will automatically return to
mode after some
time, but you may immediately return to
mode by
pressing the OFF button.
Set the current time
• The time display will flash after either:
a installing the battery or
b simultaneously pressing the (large flame) and
(small flame).
• While the screen is flashing, you can adjust the time.
• Press (large flame) to set the hour and (small flame)
to set the minute.
• Wait or press OFF to return to
mode.
Important: Setting up signal code before using the appliance for the first time.
Before the appliance can be used, the receiver must first learn the hand-held
transmitter’s signal code.
• Press the “RESET” button on the receiver, and keep this pressed until 2 audio signals
are heard. See figure 3.
Release the “RESET” button after the second (somewhat longer) audio signal.
• Press, within 20 seconds, the (small flame) button on the hand-held transmitter,
until 2 short signals are heard. The signal code has now been set up on the receiver.
If, however, a single long sound is heard, this means that setting the signal code has
failed or that the wiring has been connected incorrectly.
You only need to set up the signal code once. It is not necessary when changing the
batteries of the hand-held transmitter or receiver.
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Figure 3: Receiver “RESET” button
Burner:
The appliance’s entire burner consists of a “front burner” and a “rear burner”.
Burner operation described below applies to:
1
Both “front burner” and “rear burner”.
(The AUX-symbol
on the hand-held transmitter’s display is visible.)
or
2
Only “front burner”. The “rear burner” is turned off.
(The AUX-symbol
on the hand-held transmitter’s display is not visible.)
Possibilities of operation
The following can be set with the remote control:
1
:
=
Manual operation
2
:
=
Operating day temperature thermostat
3
:
=
Has no function for the appliance
4
:
=
Has no function for the appliance
5
:
=
Operating night temperature thermostat
6
:
=
Timer setting
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You can cycle through the menu with operating possibilities by repeatedly depressing
the SET button:
and back to
At
the selected starting time (P1
time (P1 or P2 ) is also shown.
or P2
Returning to
is also possible by pressing the
flame) or (large flame) button.
) or stopping
(small
Manuel operation
Here you can turn the burner on and off, and adjust the
height of the flames.
• Press (large flame) to turn on the burner and to
increase the flame height.
• Press (small flame) decrease the flame height to
turn the burner off.
The pilot light will keep burning. (Stand-by position)
• The appliance will automatically revert to stand-by if
the batteries in the receiver are fully depleted. (The
pilot light will also be turned off.)
This also applies to the Thermostat and Timer operation.
• When one of the buttons on the hand-held transmitter
is pressed (except the SET button), the transmission
symbol
appears on the screen. The receiver
confirms the transmission with an audio signal.
Operating day temperature thermostat
(The appliance must be in the standby position and the
pilot light is burning.)
Automatic temperature regulation of the pre-set day
temperature. The room temperature is measured and
compared with the pre-set day temperature. The flame
height is automatically regulated so as to reach the
pre-set day temperature.
Also see: Setting the desired temperature.
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Operating night temperature thermostat
(The appliance must be in the standby position and the
pilot light is burning.)
Automatic temperature regulation of the pre-set night
temperature.
The room temperature is measured and compared with
the pre-set night temperature.
The flame height is automatically regulated so as to
reach the pre-set night temperature.
Also see: Setting the desired temperature.
Timer operation
(The appliance must be in the standby position and the
pilot light is burning.)
Appliance functions automatically according to the two
pre-set heating periods;
P1 and P2. These heating periods repeat automatically
every 24 hours.
Also see: Programming the timer: P1 and P2.
The appliance works thermostatically at the pre-set
starting times P1 and P2 and the room temperature
is automatically regulated to the pre-set day temperature
.
The appliance works thermostatically at the pre-set
stopping times P1 and P2 and the room temperature
is automatically regulated to the pre-set night temperature
.
In order to allow the appliance to regulate the temperature
at night, the night
temperature must be set to at
least 5°C.
If the
setting is lowered to
, the appliance will
switch to stand-by at night. The appliance will automatically
operate at the following day cycle
.
N.B.: The pre-set temperature is shown on the screen
every 30 seconds.
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Setting the desired temperature
• Select the desired mode of operation
or
by pressing the SET button
briefly.
• Press the SET button until the temperature indication on the display begins to flash.
• Set the temperature with (large flame) or (small flame).
• Wait or press the OFF button briefly to go to
mode.
• If the temperature control in
should be off (lower battery consumption),
decrease
the night temperature until
appears on the display.
Important:
Place the hand-held transmitter in a place that is not
influenced by direct sunlight, draught, heat from
the appliance and other heat sources.
Programming the timer: P1 and P2
• Select the desired mode of operation
by pressing the SET button briefly.
• Press the SET button until P1 (ON) (start heating period P1) and the time appear
in the display. (The time indication flashes.)
• Set the time for the beginning of the first heating period by pressing (large flame)
for houre and (small flame) for minute’setting.
• Press the SET button briefly; P1 (OFF) appears on the display. Set the time for the
end of the first heating period.
• Press SET again to set the second heating period P2 (heat ON) and P2 (heat
OFF).
• Wait a moment or press OFF to switch back to
mode.
AUX -symbol on the display
The AUX-symbol
on the hand-held transmitter’s display indicates that the “front
burner” and “rear burner” are both being operated. All functions apply to both burners
together.
If the AUX-symbol
on the hand-held transmitter’s display is not visible, then the
“rear burner” is turned off and all functions only apply to the “front burner”
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2.4.3 Operation (Remote control)
Igniting the fire
• Open the gas supply valve in the gas pipe to the fire.
position.
• Switch the hand-held transmitter to the
• On the hand-held transmitter, press the OFF and
(large flame) buttons simultaneously. A short tone
will signal the start.
Release the buttons. Short beeps will then follow until
the pilot light and main burner are ignited.
Once the main burner has been ignited, the flame
height will automatically rise to the maximum position.
Important:
•
•
•
•
If the pilot flame goes out for any reason, wait for 5 minutes
before attempting to re-light it.
If the pilot light does not ignite after 3 ignition attempts;
close the gas tap and warn the fitter.
Once the pilot light is burning, the main burner must ignite
within 10 seconds automatically.
If this does not happen, immediately close the gas tap and
warn the fitter.
If the main burner ignites with a pop; immediately close the
gas tap and warn the fitter.
Pilot gas adjustment screw
(Factory set) (Puncture the casing
with a small screwdriver)
Adjustment screw
Maximum burner pressure
(Factory set and sealed)
Motor-knob
8-wire Receiver Jack
Microswitch
Figure 4: Gas regulating block
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• Possible error messages:
* 3x short audio signal, audible when the motor-knob operates:
Receiver batteries need changing soon (having heard this signal, the
appliance can be ignited another ten times approximately).
* 5 second unbroken tone:
Error. For example, one of the cables may not be properly connected.
Important:
If the pilot flame goes out, then wait for
at least 5 minutes before repeating the
above procedure.
Setting the flame height / Extinguishing the fire
• After ignition, the burner automatically sets the flames
to the maximum height.
• Press button (small flame) to lower the flames and
to turn off the burner (Extinguishing the fire: small
flame button: pilot light remains burning (standby
position)!)
(Pressing briefly the (small flame) button gradually
lowers the flames to the low position.)
• Pressing the (small flame) button twice automatically
lowers the flames to the low position. (When this
happens, the flames will first automatically go to
maximum!) This is indicated by “LO” on the display.
2x
Standby position (pilot light)
Press (small flame) and keep pressed to set
appliance to pilot light.
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• Press button
(large flame) to increase the flame
level and to turn on the burner from the stand-by
position.
(Pressing briefly the (large flame) button gradually
increases the flames to the high position.)
2x
Important:
•
•
• Pressing the (large flame) button twice automatically
increases the flames to the high position. This is
indicated by “HI” on the display.
If you turn on the burner by pressing the
(large flame)
button, it must ignite within 10 seconds.
If this does not happen, immediately close the gas tap and
warn the fitter.
If the burner ignites with a pop; immediately close the gas
tap and warn the fitter.
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Turning the “rear burner” on and off.
Figure 5: Rear side of hand-held transmitter (battery cover)
Instructions for turning the “rear burner” on and off
After igniting the pilot light and burner the “front burner” and “rear burner” are both ON.
The AUX-symbol
on the hand-held transmitter’s display is visible.
Turning off the “rear burner”:
• Simultaneously press the SET-button and the
(small flame) to turn the “rear burner” OFF.
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Turning on the “rear burner”:
• Simultaneously press the SET-button and (large
flame) to turn the “rear burner” ON.
The AUX-symbol
on the hand-held transmitter’s
display is visible.
Notes:
1
2
3
The “rear burner” always remains in the last switching position chosen,
as long as the appliance is not completely turned off (burner and pilot light OFF).
Turning the “rear burner” on and off is blocked in the Timer and Off function, if the
night temperature setting
is reduced to
.
If the receiver’s batteries are depleted the “rear burner” remains in the last chosen
setting; IN or OUT. During normal use the “rear burner” will be automatically turned
ON if the appliance is turned off before starting. For this press the OFF-button.
Switching off the appliance
• Press the (small flame) button to lower the flames
or to switch off the main burner.
• Then press the OFF button to switch off the appliance,
including the pilot light.
• If the appliance is not to be used for some time,
please close the gas supply valve in the gas pipe.
Important:
If the pilot flame goes out for any reason,
wait for 5 minutes before attempting to
re-light it.
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Faults
• If the signals from the hand-held transmitter do not seem to be reaching the receiver,
the cause may be:
* Spent batteries: replace the batteries.
* An electronic problem: press the “RESET” button on the receiver.
• If the appliance regularly switches itself off, please contact your installer.
Replacing the batteries
• The hand-held transmitter/receiver batteries have a service life of approx. one year.
We recommend you use alkaline batteries.
Rechargeable batteries are not permitted.
• If the receiver’s batteries are nearly empty, the system will turn the appliance off
completely. This will not occur if the receiver is connected to an adaptor (6V) (option).
• The batteries must be replaced whenever:
1 Hand-held transmitter : The battery symbol indicates this in the display.
: Battery fully charged
: Battery empty
2 Receiver: 3x short audio signal, audible when the motor-knob operates.
1 Hand-held transmitter:
* Open the cover on the back of the transmitter.
* Carefully remove the 9V battery and disconnect it from the contact.
Do not pull the wires!
* Connect the new battery and replace in the battery compartment. Close the cover.
2 Receiver:
* Carefully pull the receiver assembly out of the compartment behind the facade of
the appliance.
* Open the cover.
* Remove the batteries from the battery compartment.
* Place four new 1.5V batteries (LR6 or AA type) as indicated in the battery
compartment. The negative end (-) of the battery must always be at the contact
spring end of the compartment.
* Close the cover and place the receiver back in its holder.
• If the batteries are inserted incorrectly, the electronics or drive may be irreparably
damaged.
• Only replace the batteries when the appliance has been completely switched off.
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USING THE APPLIANCE FOR THE FIRST TIME
The gas fire is coated with a lacquer layer resistant to high temperature.
During the first hours of operation, the burning in of the lacquer may result in an unpleasant smell. This is harmless, however.
Operating the gas fire at full capacity for a few hours, while ventilating the room, will
eliminate the smell.
After using your gas fire for the first few times, you may be aware of a light deposit on
the inside off the glass. This is caused by the paint curing.
Once your fireplace has cooled down, this deposit can be removed with glass cleaner or
ceramic hob cleaner.
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DAILY MAINTENANCE
• Ensure that as little dust, and as few particles of cigarette smoke, candles and oil
lamps as possible pollute the air in the room in which the appliance is used. Heating
of these particles by the convection system of the appliance could lead to
discoloration of the walls and ceiling. It is therefore very important to ensure that the
room in which the appliance is located is sufficiently ventilated. Regularly remove
any dust deposits from behind the facade (top and bottom sides) by means of a
vacuum cleaner.
Important:
•
Regularly clean the glass on the inside of the appliance with
glass spray or ceramic hob cleaner. (See installation instructions
for dismantling/assembling the glass.)
Attention ! •
•
•
If the glass is not cleaned on time, this can result
in becoming dull and difficult, if not impossible, to
clean.
Careful with glass cleaner ! Make sure that no
glass cleaner liquid flows in the sealing of the
inside of the glass pane at the bottom of the door.
Spray each time a little glass cleaner liquid on the
glass, and polish it off immediately.
Glass cleaner liquid in the sealing of the door can
cause dissolving of the black border on the inside
of the glass. It will become very spotty and can’t
be repaired.
If the glass is broken or cracked, it must be immediately
replaced before operating the gas fire again.
Broken ceramic heat-resistant glass may not be
disposed in a glass recycling container, but must
be included in normal household waste.
• If anything is spilt on the fire, switch it off immediately and wait for it to cool
down sufficiently before cleaning. Never use scouring powder, aggressive
cleaners or fire polish on the gas fire. Use only a dry lint free cloth.
• Heat resistant lacquer in aerosols can be obtained from your
distributor. During the yearly maintenance, the lacquer can be used to repair
small areas of damage.
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ANNUAL MAINTENANCE
It is essential that the appliance, the flue and the
burner air intake are cleaned and inspected annually
by a recognised fitter/gas specialist.
The safe operation of the appliance will thus remain
guaranteed.
Please refer also to the Installation instructions that are
supplied separately with each appliance.
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