Euroheat Harmony 33 Installation guide

Euroheat Harmony 33 Installation guide
This Manual Must Always Be Available To The Stove Operator
Installation Instructions
Harmony evolution
H13,H23,H33,H43
Stanford evolution
S13,S23,S33,SP23,SP33
IN1115 Edition G8 July 2012
PART NUMBER
This manual must be used in
conjunction with document IN1173.
The Wood and Mutlifuel Chimney
and Installation Guide.
Nestor Martin/Efel
SERIAL NUMBER
IMPORTANT
.
 The installation of this appliance must comply with all local regulations, including those referring to national
and European Standards before it can be operated. The stove is not suitable for a shared flue. However, for England
and Wales, only, the coming into force on 1st April 2002 of SI 2002 No 440 exempts the householder from this legal
requirement for the installation of solid fuel fired appliance whose rated heat output is 50kW or less in a building
having no more than 3 storeys (excluding any basement) if a Competent Engineer is employed who is registered
under the Registration Scheme for Companies and Engineers involved in the Installation and Maintenance of
Domestic Solid Fuel Fired Equipment operated by HETAS Ltd. These registered Competent Engineers may also carry
out associated building work necessary to ensure that the installed appliance complies with Building Regulations
without involving the Local Authority Building Control Department. The installing engineer should refer to BS
8303: Code of practice for installation of domestic heating and cooking appliances burning solid mineral fuels.
 Improper adjustment, alteration, maintenance or the fitting of replacement parts not recommended by
the manufacturer can cause injury or property damage. Do not operate the stove with faulty seals or damaged
glass.
 Due to the high operating temperatures of this appliance it should be located away from pedestrian traffic
and away from furniture and draperies. Do not store paper or wood near the appliance. Any mats and rugs put
in front of the stove should be fire proof and secured to prevent the possibility of tripping.
 Advise all persons as to the stove’s high surface temperatures. If it is possible for children or infirm adults to
come into contact with the stove, fit a suitable fire guard.
 It is imperative that all air passageways into, out of, and within the appliance are kept clean. All permanent
ventilation into the room provided for the stove must remain clear and unobstructed at all times. Consideration must
be given to the need for extra ventilation if another heating source needing air is to be operated simultaneously.
If an extraction fan is proposed to be fitted to a connecting area of the house, after the stove has been installed,
professional advice should be sought from a qualified engineer.
 The user should be advised that the appliance should be inspected regularly and the chimney cleaned at least
annually.
More frequent cleaning may be required and the advice of a qualified chimney sweep should be sought.
 Our range of stoves is capable of operating with outstanding efficiency if the flue system is correct. Because
so little heat is wasted to the flue it is possible that moisture within the products of combustion will condense if
the heat losses within the flue way are too great and allow the flue gases to cool. For this reason we recommend
that the stove is fitted with a suitable flue liner, the same diameter as the flue spigot, to prevent the possibility of
acidic damage to the fabric of the chimney and damage to the stove which will reduce the longevity of the stove.
The flue pipe and chimney flue diameter must at no point be less than the diameter of the stove flue outlet. The
installing engineer should refer to BS EN 15287-1:2007 design, installation and commissioning of chimneys.
 When correctly installed, the stove is designed to produce heat, safely. It cannot do so if the installation is
less than absolutely stable, constructed of materials suitable for such an installation and consideration has not
been given to the possibility of people with less than ideal common sense operating it.
 Have the existing chimney swept by a chimney sweep. Although you will be lining the chimney, any deposits
left in the chimney will cause problems and may become a fire hazard.
 Your attention is drawn to the precautions and responsibilities under the Health and Safety at Work Acts,
and whatever new legislation being introduced during the life of this document. Especially to the possibility of
disturbing asbestos when disturbing structures in older properties. Also the caustic nature of fire cement. The
personal risk of injury when moving heavy items with possible sharp edges.
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The Model Range Explained
Efel and Euroheat insist on progressive development to produce products which are market leading. Our aims are
to produce stoves with the latest innovations, user friendly operation and highly efficient for lower cost operation.
See data table for smoke control exempt and HETAS approved models.
This manual offers installation information for the Evolution range of HARMONY H13, H23, H33, H43. STANFORD
S13, S23, S33, SP23, SP33. In some cases you find references in this document to the model size rather than
the models exterior design. There are four sizes of appliances, 13, 23, 33, 43. The 13 is the smallest and the 43
the largest. Although the exterior clothes change between model ranges, for example the Harmony 23 and the
Stanford 23, the internal workings are the same. Exceptions: The SP models are fitted with a top hot plate for
warming operations.
Model Identification
You will see on the front page of this document a label which confirms which model you have. This label also
advises you of the stoves unique serial number. This information is also attached to your stove for reference.
Important
Please ensure the warranty registration form is completed if you are the installer and confirm with the user that it
is there responsibility to return it to Euroheat. In this way the model and its history will be recorded for reference
in the future.
For the latest versions of manuals, technical information, accessories and spare parts visit the Euroheat web
site.
Stoves supplied through Euroheat authorized retailers.
For England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland
Euroheat Distributors (H.B.S). Ltd.
Unit 2,
Court Farm Business Park,
[email protected]
Bishops Frome,
Worcestershire. WR6 5AY.
Whilst Euroheat are always happy to assist, please ensure you have read this manual and the chimney and
installation guide IN1173.
First contact your supplying retailer for assistance. If you find this not successful contact the Euroheat Technical
support team. Technical support telephone Number 01885 491117. E-mail [email protected]
www.euroheat.co.uk
Before telephoning ensure you have the stoves serial number to hand and that you are a Registered Competent
Engineer. If you are not a registered engineer seek one for assistance. A list of engineers can be obtained from
HETAS.
Euroheat unfortunately are not able to offer support for appliances which where not supplied by Euroheat.
Stoves supplied through Eireheat authorized retailers.
www.eireheat.com
For Eire
Sean Murphy Heating Ltd
Kinvara
Co Galway
Eire
[email protected]
(091)637701 Fax: (091)637797
International +353 91637701
For support for appliances supplied through Eireheat in Ireland please contact using the
details listed above.
Thermic Distribution Europe Sa
11 Rue De Lion
B-5660
Frasnes Les Couvin, Belgium.
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Technical Details Intermittent Operation
Intermittent operation is when the appliance is used for short firing periods for example 45 minutes to 2 hours.
This is a common operation in warmer weather such as cold spring evenings. The information provided below
where indicated as HETAS approved is from the current CE standards EN 13240:2001 and EN 13240 A2:2004. The
test fuel for wood burning, Beech, for Coal burning Anthracite.
Model
Number
Model Name
Harmony 13 Wood
Harmony 13 Coal
Heat Output Heat Output Weight
Nominal
Nominal
KG
Wood
Coal*
H13*
Flue Gas Flue Gas
Mass
Temperature
Flow g/s Down Stream
of Flue Spigot
deg C
Efficiency
with
Top Flue
Connection
96
12pa
4.9
350
77.1% Net
70.2% Gross
3.5kW
96
12pa
3.8
210
82.8% Net
75.4% Gross
5.0kW
H13*
Flue
Draught
Nominal
Harmony 23
H23*
7.7kW
7.7kW
124
12pa
7.7
326
Harmony 33
H33**
9.2kW
9.2kW
143
12pa
6.5
305
Harmony 43
H43*
10.5
10.5kW
186
12pa
6.5
357
S13*
5.0kW
96
12pa
4.9
350
77.1% Net
70.2% Gross
3.5kW
96
12pa
3.8
210
82.8% Net
75.4% Gross
Stanford 13 Wood
Stanford 13 Coal
Stanford 23
Stanford SP23 HP
Stanford 33
Stanford SP33 HP
S13*
S23*
7.7kW
7.7kW
124
12pa
7.7
326
SP23 HP*
7.7kW
7.7kW
132
12pa
7.7
326
S33**
9.2Kw
9.2kW
146
12pa
6.5
305
SP33 HP**
9.2kW
9.2kW
153
12pa
6.5
305
See smoke
control
exempted
table
See smoke
control
exempted
table
* HETAS Approved ** Awaiting HETAS Approval
Technical Details Continuous Operation
Continuous operation is when the appliance is used for long firing periods for example several hours and for
overnight operation. This is a common operation in cold weather as experienced in deep winter. The information
provided below is from the current CE standards EN 13240:2001 and EN 13240 A2:2004. The test fuel for wood
burning, Beech, for Coal burning Anthracite.
Model
Number
Model Name
Harmony 13 Wood*
Harmony 13 Coal*
Stanford 13 Wood*
Stanford 13 Coal*
Heat Output Heat Output Weight
Nominal
Nominal
KG
Wood
Coal*
H13
5.4kW
H13
S13
S13
3.5kW
5.4kW
3.5kW
Flue
Draught
Nominal
Flue Gas Flue Gas
Mass
Temperature
Flow g/s Down Stream
of Flue Spigot
deg C
Efficiency
with
Top Flue
Connection
96
12pa
4.9
350
83.4% Net
75.9% Gross
96
12pa
3.8
210
78.3% Net
71.2% Gross
96
12pa
4.9
350
83.4% Net
75.9% Gross
96
12pa
3.8
210
78.3% Net
71.2% Gross
* HETAS Approved
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Smoke Control Exempted
Models listed as smoke control exempted have passed the very strict U.K. requirements and can operate in smoke
control zones burning dry seasoned wood.
Harmony 23
* Free Air
* Free Air
UK Smoke
Requirement
Requirement
Control
Equivalent Area Equivalent Area
Flue Size
Exemption
as Approved
as Approved
Burning
Document J
Document J
Wood
>5.0m³/(h.m²) <5.0m³/(h.m²)
5” (125mm)
Nil*
2750mm2
Approved
2
2
6” (153mm)
1485mm
4235mm
Approved
Harmony 33
6” (153mm)
2310mm2
Harmony 43
7” (180mm)
3025mm2
Stanford 13
5” (125mm)
Nil*
Stanford 23
6” (153mm)
Stanford SP23
HP
Model
Harmony 13
Efficiency Efficiency Efficiency
Net %
Net %
Gross %
Rear flue Top flue Rear flue
Efficiency
Gross %
Top flue
See intermittent or continuous operation
78#
72.8#
78
72.8
80#
72.8#
5060mm2
5775mm2
Approved
Approved
1485mm2
2750mm2
4235mm2
Approved
See intermittent or continuous operation
78#
72.8#
6” (153mm)
1485mm2
4235mm2
Approved
78#
72.8#
Stanford 33
6” (153mm)
2310mm2
5060mm2
Approved
78
72.8
Stanford SP33
HP
6” (153mm)
2310mm2
5060mm2
Approved
78
72.8
Models indicated above as HETAS approved to a certain flue position are indicated by #
* Free Air Requirement
Air requirement equivalent area. Building regulations Document J, advises that an air supply,permanently open
vents, should be installed for appliances:
If design air permeability >5.0m³/(h.m²) then 550mm²/kW of appliance rated output above 5kW
or
_
If design air permeability <5.0m³/(h.m²)
then 550mm²/kW of appliance rated output
Equivalent air is as measured according to the method in BS EN13141-1:2004
It is unlikely that a dwelling constructed prior to 2008 will have an air permeability of <5.0m³/(h.m²) at 50pa
unless extensive measures have been taken to improve air-tightness.
Carbon Monoxide Alarms
Where a new solid fuel stove is installed in a property a carbon monoxide alarm should be located in the same
room where the appliance is located:
a. on the ceiling at least 300mm from any wall or, if it is located on a wall, as high up as possible (above any
doors and windows) but not within 150mm of the ceiling; and
b. between 1m am 3m horizontally from the appliance.
Carbon monoxide alarms should comply with BS EN 50291:2001 and be powered by a battery designed to
operate for the working life of the alarm. The alarm should incorporate a warning device to alert users when the
working life of the alarm is due to end. Mains-powered BS EN 50291 Type A carbon monoxide alarms with fixed
wiring (not plug in types) may be used as alternative applications provided they are fitted with a sensor failure
warning device.
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Useful Organisations UK
Solid Fuel Association
0845 601 4406 www.solidfuel.co.uk
The National Association of Chimney Sweeps
01785 811732
www.chimneyworks.co.uk
HETAS Ltd.0845 634 5626www.hetas.co.uk
Stoves Construction
The plexus control is the centre of the air inlet system. The fuel select lever, controls the direction of air flow,
either air wash or under grate. The burning rate control governs the amount of air entering the fire.
Pre Heated
Primary Air
Rear Flue Option
Top Flue Option
Top Chamber Baffle
Grate
Remote Control
Motor
Internal Cast Iron
Protection Plates
Fuel Guard
Plexus Control
Assembly
Ash Pan Door
Riddling Actuating Rod
Air Volume Control
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Harmony 13, Stanford 13: Correct Position of the Flue Baffle Plate in the Flue Baffle
The flue baffle is fixed to the top of
the stove below the flue outlet.
Lift the flue baffle plate up to the flue baffle.
The wing towards the back of the stove and
with it angled downwards. The lugs on the
flue baffle plate should be located in the cut
out on the base of the flue baffle.
Once the lugs have been located into the
cut out on the base of the flue baffle slide it
towards the back of the stove until it is fully
pushed in.
The baffle plate is in the correct position
when the small upturn on the baffle plate is
against the facing wall of the flue baffle.
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Harmony and Stanford 13: Top Flue Connection Spigot Protector
When using top flue outlet the flue spigot should be
fitted with the flue spigot protector collar.
This protection collar prevents damage to the top flue
outlet.
The flue spigot and flue baffle plate (see page 8) may
have been fitted in the factory and in transit the flue
baffle plate may have moved, so you MUST ensure that
it is located correctly within the flue baffle.
If the flue spigot is fitted to the pallet on which the
stove is transported, the spigot protector collar will be
found within the stove. You MUST ensure that these are
correctly fitted, see below, when the top flue option is
used. The spigot protector collar is not required if the
stove is to be a rear exit flue.
It is imperative that the flue baffle plate is fitted correctly
(see page 7), so that once the stove is installed, the
flue baffle plate may be slid out of the stove to gain
access to the flue way for cleaning and maintenance.
Flue spigot
Spigot protector collar
Gasket
Spigot protector collar
Do not fit flue spigot protector collar for rear outlet option.
Flue Outlet Configuration: all other models
Top Flue Connection
When using top flue outlet the flue spigot with certain models is fitted with a flue spigot protector.
This protection tube prevents damage to the flue outlet and slows down the movement of flue gases to the flue
system. See table below for model information.
Protector baffle plate
Spigot protector
Flue Spigot
Gasket
Front of stove
Rear of stove
Spigot protector collar
Correct configuration of spigot protector and
protector baffle plate.
Model
Spigot Protector
Harmony 13
Yes
Harmony 23
Yes
Harmony 33
Yes
Harmony 43
Yes (only enamel models)
Stanford 13
Yes
Stanford 23
Yes
Stanford SP23
No
Stanford 33
Yes
Stanford SP33
No
Do not fit flue spigot protector collar for rear outlet option.
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Changing to Rear Flue Connection
1. Remove the top chamber baffle plate (see page 6). Caution the top chamber baffle is fragile.
See operating instructions for information on removal.
2. Then remove protector baffle plate if fitted (see pages 7 and 8).
3. Replace the top chamber baffle.
4. Remove flue spigot and spigot protection from top of stove.
5. Some models will require the rear heat shield rear flue access plate to be removed. With a hack saw blade or similar remove the section from the rear heat shield which covers the rear flue outlet.
6. Remove flue blanking plate from rear of stove.
Spigot protector collar
7. Fit the blanking plate to top of stove with the blanking plate protector.
8. Fit flue spigot to rear of stove (do not fit spigot protector).
Flue Spigot
Flue Blanking Plate
Gasket
Blanking Plate
Protector
Gasket
Top flue blanking plate location.
Changing to Top Flue Connection
The procedure is as fitting rear flue but follow the information in reverse and fit the flue spigot protector and
protector baffle plate. (See page 8)
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Fireplace Design
Do not be tempted to fit the stove into an unsuitable fireplace. Beyond the requirements of Building Regulations
and access to facilitate servicing the stove, providing a setting which will compliment a stove is not a luxury,
it is the practicality of making the most of an investment. A good builder or fireplace specialist will be able
to transform even the most utilitarian of fireplaces. Whether altering its proportions to those of the “Golden
Mean” ideal, see below, or exposing a wooden or stone lintel or simply removing superfluous detailing for a
comparatively small cost, and the result will be a pleasure for many years.
“Golden Mean”
1
2/3
2/3
1/3
2/3
1.
The stove must always stand perfectly level. Adjustment screws and/or triangular plastic levelling spacers may be provided with the stove. The provision of a suitable level hearth within the recess is an important consideration when planning a fireplace.
2. Sufficient space should be allowed for service work.
3. At least the minimum clearance from inflammable materials and conforming to the current Building Regulations.
4. Sufficient space around the stove so that the controls may be operated without the risk of injury to the operator.
5. Mounting brackets should be installed to facilitate the secure fitting of a fire guard, if one is to be fitted to protect the young, elderly or infirm.
6. Curtains and soft furnishings should be a minimum of 1m from the stoves body or the surface temperature of these furnishings must not exceed 65°C.
7. The mounting of expensive paintings, mirrors and plasma screen televisions above a fireplace is not recommended.
Hearths
The stove should stand wholly above a hearth constructed of suitably robust materials and should be able to
accommodate the weight of the appliance and its unsupported flue components. The materials should conform
to local Building Regulations and British Standards.
If the stove is not to stand in a purpose built fireplace recess (this excludes prefabricated constructions) a hearth
made of non-combustible board, steel material, tiles or glass of at least 12mm thick may be used as long as the
floor can accommodate the weight of the appliance and its unsupported flue components.
All our multifuel stoves conform to standards where the hearth temperature does not exceed 100°C. This means
a hearth of only 12mm of non combustible material can used. This information only applies to our range of
appliances. Caution do not fit a 12mm hearth to other manufactures products unless documentation is provided
to prove hearth temperatures.
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Minimum Installation Clearances
From Combustible Materials.
A
B
E
D
F
C
Minimum clearances from combustible materials
Model
Harmony 13 Wood
Harmony 13 Multifuel
Harmony 23 Wood
Harmony 33 Wood
Harmony 43 Wood
Stanford 13 Wood
Stanford 13 Multifuel
Stanford 23 Wood
Stanford SP23 Wood
Stanford 33 Wood
Stanford SP33 Wood
A
300mm
300mm
300mm
300mm
300mm
300mm
300mm
300mm
300mm
300mm
300mm
B
150mm
150mm
250mm
250mm
250mm
150mm
150mm
250mm
250mm
250mm
250mm
C
300mm
300mm
300mm
300mm
300mm
300mm
300mm
300mm
300mm
300mm
300mm
D
200mm
200mm
300mm
300mm
300mm
200mm
200mm
300mm
300mm
300mm
300mm
E
150mm
150mm
250mm
250mm
250mm
150mm
150mm
250mm
250mm
250mm
250mm
F*
12mm
12mm
12mm
12mm
12mm
12mm
12mm
12mm
12mm
12mm
12mm
* When installed as a free standing appliance or in a prefabricated fireplace. All other applications must conform
to current constructional fireplace requirements per Building regulations with a constructional hearth.
In all installations surrounding flammable materials must not exceed 65°C.
Curtains and furnishings should be a minimum of 1m from the stove or the surface temperature must not exceed
65°C.
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Minimum Installation Clearances
From Non-combustible Materials.
A
B
E
D
F
C
From Non-combustable materials
A
100mm
B
75mm
C
300mm
D
50mm
E*
75mm
F**
12mm
* If a remote control is to be used with the appliance, the distance E requires to be increased to at least 100mm
to allow access to the remote control receiver. If this space is not available a remote mounted receiver can be
installed.
** When installed as a free standing appliance or in a prefabricated fireplace. All other applications must conform
to current constructional fireplace requirements as per Building regulations.
General advice
Not all fireplace apertures are square or rectangular box`s. In cases of where apertures tapper or there is an arch
top for example a careful assessment should be made to confirm operational clearances can be achieved.
Rules of Thumb
If the clearances at the sides are small but the clearances at the top are large this will still allow access to remove
remote control motor if fitted.
Heat likes to rise, allow as much space as possible above the appliance for heat to escape into the room. If there
is only a small aperture above the stove bring the stove out into the room by at least 2/3 to assist with the heat
distribution.
Always consider that the stove is a heating appliance and would distribute its heat best when free standing. So
allow as much space around the stove as possible even if it requires removal of fireplace surround material to
create an ideal opening. (Expert building advice may be required).
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The Flue
It is possible to remove the top chamber baffle to access the flue for cleaning. However we would advise that if
at all possible an external cleaning access is provided. If the chimney has been lined with the same size flue as
the flue pipe it will be possible to sweep from the flue access point. If the flue is of a larger size than the flue pipe
it may not be possible to use a sweeping brush of adequate size. In which case another cleaning access will be
required. For detailed information see IN1173 The Wood and Mutlifuel Chimney and Installation Guide.
Minimum Air Setting
The air shutter governing the air to the air wash system is
divided into two flaps. The larger flap is controlled directly
by the operation of the cam and air volume control. The
smaller flap is operated by an adjustable screw fitted to
the larger flap. This allows the smaller flap to follow the
movements of the larger flap as it opens and closes but
by adjusting the screw it is possible to set a minimum
closing position of the smaller flap to provide a constant
air bleed.
Minimum air
adjusting screw
The screw is adjusted at the factory to give the maximum
air bleed setting. This setting under normal chimney and
fuel conditions should be correct.
This facility of having an adjustable minimum air setting
provides a positive repeatable air setting that will give
the lowest burning rate at which the stove will continue
burning when the firing rate control is turned to its
minimum position. It will also give a small feed to the air
wash when the stove is burning coal, not enough to risk
damage to the grate, but enough to help keep the glass
clean. It is also an important safety feature. If the stove
has been burning with a constant air supply it has been
generating and burning the volatile gases from the fuel.
If the air supply is abruptly and completely removed the
fire will extinguish but the release of gases will continue
for some time. These gases will be above their ignition
temperature and be potentially explosive if they come
into contact with air. The constant air bleed that the small
flap allows will keep some of these gases burning and
prevent sudden ignition whilst the generation of gases
reduces.
Adjustment
Screw adjusted
to give a supply
of air when control
set to minimum
Small flap opens and
closes as rotation of
the cam operates
the large flap
If it is found that the fire burns for only short periods
while set to the “0” position it will be most likely that the
flue draught is high. Commonly found in tall or excessive
sized chimneys.
To extend the burning cycle the minimum flap can be
adjusted to allow less air to enter at low settings. Adjust
the flap to give your required settings.
Important
Do not fully close the flap.
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Remote Control Option
This stove may have the option of remote control.
Fitting the Remote Control Motor
At the rear of the appliance you
will see the motor fitting bracket.
This incorporates a magnet and the
mechanism friction plate.
The friction plate is hinged. To fit the motor this
friction plate needs to be detached from the
magnet and swung to the left.
The motor can now be slipped into place.
The magnet retains the motor.
Connect the electrical lead to the receiver box
and place the receiver box in its holder.
For full operating
instructions for the
remote control see
the Remote Control
Guide.
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Commissioning Check List
Mark box when completed
X
Inspect the door and glass seals and ensure all handle latches are adjusted correctly, procedure in the operating
instructions.
Check baffle is installed correctly and that the riddling mechanism is operating.
Ensure that the fire responds to the operation of the controls and that there are no visible emissions of the
combustion products into the room.
Instruct the user on the use of the tools, operation of the appliance and the summer shut down procedure.
Information in the operating instructions.
Instruct the user never to operate the stove with the furnace door open and that the user is aware of the requirement
of a suitable fire guard where children, the old or infirm may come into contact with the appliance.
Hand over the installation instructions, operating instructions and completed warranty form to the user. Remind
the owner to return the warranty form for registration.
Complete the Stoves Registration Form and Pass to User for Registration
Euroheat and Efel have a policy of continual research and development and reserve the right to modify its
appliances without prior notice.
We make every effort to ensure that the information provided in this document is correct and accurate at the
time of printing. Continued updates occur to adapt documents to customer requirements and appliance changes.
For the latest editions of all Euroheat documentation visit our web site
www.euroheat.co.uk.
We would request that you inform Euroheat of information which you feel is not provided in this document which
would assist other users in the future.
The Euroheat Technical Team
Welcome to the World of Real Stoves
Euroheat Technical Team
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