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C-SERIES

Operating & Installation Instructions

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C O N T E N T S

O P E R AT I N G I N S T R U C T I O N S

Fuel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Fitting The Riddling Grate . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Lighting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Controlling The Fire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Refuelling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Ash Clearance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Reduced Burning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Throat Plate & Flueway Clearing . . . . . . . . .

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Chimney Sweeping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Trouble Shooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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CO Alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

If you need further help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

Health & Safety Precautions. . . . . . . . . . . . .

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CO Alarms. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Specification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Chimney. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Hearth & Fire Surround . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Connection to Flues . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Soot Doors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Unpacking The Stove . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Pre Lighting Check . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Commissioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Clean Air Act Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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C-FOUR Dimensions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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C-FIVE Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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C-SIX Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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C-SEVEN Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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C-EIGHT Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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C-FOUR Parts Lists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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C-FIVE Parts Lists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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C-SIX Parts Lists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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C-SEVEN Parts Lists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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C-EIGHT Parts Lists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Certification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Ref. C-Series v2 09.12

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

Congratulations on becoming the owner of a Hetas approved

Charnwood C series Stove. Your stove has been approved by DEFRA to burn wood logs in a smoke control area if it is used in accordance with these instructions. It is therefore very important that you read and understand these instructions before using the stove.

Before lighting the stove check with the installer that the work and checks described in the Installation Instructions have been carried out correctly and that the chimney has been swept, is sound and free from any obstructions. The stove is not suitable for use in a shared flue system.

Remember that the stove will be hot and that it is made from hard materials – ensure that you have good balance before operating the fire.

Do not use an aerosol spray on or near the stove when it is alight.

There is a risk of explosion or flash ignition of the spray.

When using the stove in situations where children, aged and/or infirm persons are present a fireguard must be used to prevent accidental contact with the stove. The fireguard should be manufactured in accordance with BS 8423:2002.

The stove is suitable for intermittent operation.

FUEL

This stove has been designated to burn wood. Only dry well seasoned wood should be burnt on this appliance as burning wet unseasoned wood will give rise to heavy tar deposits in the stove, on the glass and within the chimney. For the same reason hard woods (such as Ash,

Beech and Oak) are better than soft woods (such as Pine and

Spruce.) Burning wet unseasoned wood will also result in considerably reduced outputs. The wood should be cut and split and then left to season in a well ventilated dry place for at least one year but preferably two years before use. Approximate suitable log sizes are:-

C4 & C6

C5 & C8

C7

255mm (10in) long and 75mm (3in) diameter

305mm(12in) long and 75mm (3in) diameter

380mm(15in) long and 75mm (3in) diameter.

PETROLEUM COKE IS NOT SUITABLE FOR USE ON

THIS APPLIANCE. ITS USE WILL INVALIDATE THE

GUARANTEE.

This stove is not designed to burn household waste.

For advice on other fuels please contact Charnwood.

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These appliances have been approved by HETAS as intermittent operating appliances for burning dry seasoned wood logs only.

HETAS approval does not cover the use of other fuels either alone or mixed with wood logs nor does it cover the instructions for use of other fuels.

FITTING THE RIDDLING GRATE

Tool required for fitting the riddling grate:

10mm Spanner

Pozidriv screwdriver

Before fitting the riddling grate (Fig. 1) remove the fuel retainer and the wood ash retainer. The wood ash retainer is not required when the riddling grate is fitted.

Undo the nut on the riddling blanking hole using a 10mm spanner.

Remove the cover and spacing washer (ensure you keep these in a safe place as you will need to replace them if the riddling grate is removed).

Feed the riddler rod through the hole on the right hand side of the stove, and slide one washer onto the rod, (if there is not sufficient room to the right of the stove to do this then remove the riddler knob , fit one washer over the rod and then slide the rod through the hole from the inside of the stove).

Feed the rod through the two side fireplates and slide the other washer on to the rod so that the washers end up outside the two side fireplates. With the side fireplates pushed together fit the retaining clips so that the washers come inside the clips.

Slide the side fireplates apart so that they rest against the sides of the firebox. Slot in the front and rear support plates.

Fig.1. Optional Grate Kit

Grate Plates

Rear Grate

Support

Riddler

Rod

Front Grate

Support RH Side Grate

Support

LH Side Grate

Support

Ashpan

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Fit the grate plates into position through the front and rear grate support plates, making sure they locate correctly onto the riddler rod. Fit the fuel retainer. Slide the ashpan under the grate.

LIGHTING

On initial lighting, the stove may smoke and give off an odour as the silicon paint with which the firebox is painted reacts to the heat. This is normal and will cease after a short time, but meanwhile the room should be kept well ventilated.

At first only light a small fire and burn it slowly for two hours to allow any residual moisture in the chimney to evaporate.

Light the stove using dry kindling wood and paper or fire lighters. Put the paper, or fire lighters, and kindling in the firebox and cover with a few small dry logs. Open the air control fully (see Fig. 2) Light the paper or fire lighters. The door may be left cracked open for a few minutes to assist the combustion and heat up the firebox more quickly. When the kindling wood is well alight add a few more small logs, close the door but leave the air control fully open. When the flames are established around these logs, load the stove with the required fuel load. Maintain the air control at maximum at this stage.

Once the fire is up to temperature the airwash system will begin to work, so allow the fire to become hot before adjusting the air control to the required setting. During the lighting period, do not leave the stove unattended. Do not leave the door open except as directed above to avoid excessive smoke.

Fig.2. Stove Controls

Door

Handle

Pull to

Open

Identification Plate,

Lift Plate to View

Air Control positions

Air Control

Pull out to Open

Push in to Close

Boost High

Output

(Click)

Low

Output

When relighting the stove, leave the ash on the base if burning wood, unless it is becoming too deep, in which case some of it may be removed. If burning high ash content fuel, clear the grate and empty the ashpan before relighting.

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CONTROLLING THE FIRE

The rate of burning and hence the output is controlled by the air control (see Fig. 2).

Open the air control fully (boost position) when lighting or when rapid burning is required. It should not be left fully open for long periods as this can cause over-firing or excessive smoke production.

For high output move the air control to the ‘click position’ or for low burning to the fully closed position.

When the fire is burning normally the air control gives enough airwash to keep the glass clean. However, it will not always be possible to keep the glass clean with the air control fully closed.

For correct firing we recommend the use of a stove pipe thermometer which may be purchased from your supplier or from Charnwood.

REFUELLING

Keep the firebox well filled but do not allow fuel to spill over the top of the fuel retainer.

Logs should be evenly distributed, filling the firebed to give the most pleasing flame pattern. The air control must be fully opened after refuelling until the flames are established above the fire. It is best to refuel on to a hot bed of ash. If at this point the fire starts to die, the door must be cracked open until the fire is revived. If the fire has started to die down before refuelling, then more kindling wood must be added, the air control opened fully and the door cracked open to re-establish the firebed before adding larger logs (see suitable log sizes in Fuel section). This will avoid excessive smoke emission.

Care should be taken, especially when burning wood, that fuel does not project over the fuel retainer or damage to the glass may be caused when the door is closed, it can also cause the glass to black up. Maximum filling height is such that logs cannot fall from the fire when the door is opened. In smoke controlled areas do not fill the stove above the level of the front firebars as overloading can cause excess smoke. Liquid fuels are not to be used on this appliance.

ASH CLEARANCE

The ashpan should be emptied regularly before it becomes too full.

Never allow the ash to accumulate in the ashpan so that it comes in contact with the underside of the grate as this will seriously damage the grate bars. The ashpan is handled using the tool provided. Care should be taken to ensure that ash is cool before emptying it into plastic liners or bins.

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To make ash removal easier there is a special Charnwood ash carrier available. This may be purchased from your supplier or, in case of difficulty, from Charnwood.

REDUCED BURNING

For reduced burning the fire door must be closed.

When burning wood in areas that are not smoke controlled, load some large logs on the fire and allow to burn for half an hour before closing the air control (this will help to reduce tar deposits in the chimney.) Some experimentation may be necessary to find the setting most suitable for the type of fuel being used and the draw on the chimney.

To revive the fire, empty the ashpan, (if burning fuel other than wood), riddle the fire, and open the air control to maximum. When the fire is burning well load on more fuel as necessary and adjust the air control to the desired setting.

MAINTENANCE

Cleaning

The stove is finished with a high temperature paint which will withstand the temperatures encountered in normal use. This may be cleaned with a damp lint-free cloth when the stove is cold. Should repainting become necessary, high temperature paints are available from your supplier or from stove shops.

Cleaning the Glass

Most deposits on the glass may be burnt off simply by running the fire at a fast rate for a few minutes. If it becomes necessary to clean the glass then open the door and allow it to cool. Clean the glass using a damp cloth and then wiping over with a dry cloth. Any stubborn deposits on the glass may be removed with a proprietary stove glass cleaner or ceramic hob cleaner. Do not use abrasive cleaners or pads as these can scratch the surface which will weaken the glass and cause premature failure

When Not in Use

If the fire is going to be out of use for a long period (for instance in the summer) then to prevent condensation, and hence corrosion, the air control should be left fully open and the fire door left ajar. It Is also advisable to sweep the chimney and clean out the fire. Spraying the inside of the door and firebox with a light oil, such as WD40, will also help to keep all internal parts working well.

After long periods where the fire has been out of use, the chimney and appliance flueways should be cleaned before lighting.

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Fig.3. Throat Plate Position and Lowering

Throat Plate

Pull Up and Swing Down

Door Seals

For the fire to operate correctly it is important that the door seals are in good condition. Check that they do not become worn or frayed and replace them when necessary.

Servicing

It is recommended that the fire is serviced once a year to keep it in first class working order. After cleaning out the firebox thoroughly, check that all internal parts are in good working order, replacing any parts that are beginning to show signs of wear. Check that the doors seals are in good condition and that the door seals correctly. A servicing guide is available on request. Repairs or modifications may only be carried out by the Manufacturer or their approved agents.

Use only genuine Charnwood replacement parts.

THROAT PLATE AND

FLUEWAY CLEANING

It is important that the throat plate and all the stove flueways are kept clean in order to prevent potentially dangerous fume emission. They should be cleaned at least monthly, and more frequently if necessary.

It is necessary to let the fire out to carry out these operations.

The front of the throat plate is pulled forward and then lowered as shown in Fig. 3. Any sooty deposits should then be swept from the plate and into the fire.

Return the throat plate to its correct position - raise the front of the plate, push it back and then lower it onto the retaining lugs.

CHIMNEY SWEEPING

Where the chimney previously served an open fire, it is possible that the higher flue gas temperature from a stove may loosen soot deposits with the consequent risk of flue blockage. It is therefore recommended that the chimney be swept a second time within a

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month of regular use after installation.

The chimney should be swept at least twice a year. Where the top outlet or vertical rear flue connector is used it will generally be possible to sweep the chimney through the appliance.

First remove the fuel retainer and the throat plate. Then sweep the chimney ensuring that soot is removed from all horizontal surfaces after sweeping.

In situations where it is not possible to sweep through the appliance the installer will have provided alternative means, such as a soot door.

After sweeping the chimney the appliance flue outlet and the flue pipe connecting the stove to the chimney must be cleaned with a flue brush.

After clearing any soot from within the stove, replace the throat plate

(see Fig. 3.) and the fuel retainer.

Different types of sweep’s brushes are available to suit different flueways. For prefabricated insulated chimneys the manufacturers instructions with regard to sweeping should be consulted.

TROUBLE SHOOTING

Fire Will Not Burn.

Check that: a) the air inlet is not obstructed in any way, b) chimneys and flueways are clear, c) that a suitable fuel is being used, d) that there is an adequate air supply into the room, e) that an extractor fan is not fitted in the same room as the stove.

f) there is sufficient draw in the chimney. Once the chimney is warm a draught reading of at least 2.5 mm (0.10 in.) water gauge (25Pa) should be obtained.

Door Glass Blacks Up

Differences in chimney draughts mean that the best settings of the air controls will vary for different installations. A certain amount of experimentation may be required, however the following points should be noted and with a little care should enable the glass to be kept clean in most situations: a) Wet or unseasoned wood, or logs overhanging the front fence will cause the glass to blacken.

b) The airwash relies on a supply of heated air to keep the glass clean, therefore, when lighting the stove allow the firebed to become well established before closing the air control. This may also be necessary

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c) When re-fuelling keep the fuel as far back from the front fence as possible, do not try to fit too much fuel into the firebox.

d) Do not completely close the air control.

It is always more difficult to keep the glass clean when running the stove very slowly for long periods.

If blackening of the glass still occurs check that all flue connections and the blanking plate are well sealed. It is also important that the chimney draw is sufficient and that it is not affected by down-draught.

When the chimney is warm a draught reading of at least 2.5 mm

(0.10 in.) water gauge (25Pa) should be obtained. Some blackening of the glass may occur below the level of the fuel retainer. This will not obscure the view of the fire or affect its performance.

Fume Emission

Warning Note:

Properly installed and operated this appliance will not emit fumes.

Occasional fumes from de-ashing and re-fuelling may occur.

Persistent fume emission is potentially dangerous and must not be tolerated. If fume emission does persist, then the following immediate actions should be taken: a) Open doors and windows to ventilate the room and then leave the premises..

b) Let the fire out and safely dispose of the fuel from the appliance.

c) Check for flue or chimney blockage, and clean if required.

d) Do not attempt to re-light the fire until cause of fuming has been identified, if necessary seek professional advice.

The most common cause of fume emission is flueway or chimney blockage. For your own safety these must be kept clean.

Fire blazing out of control

Check that : a) The door is tightly closed.

b) The air control slider is fully closed.

c) A suitable fuel is being used.

d) Door seals and airwash slide are intact.

Chimney Fires

If the chimney is thoroughly and regularly swept, chimney fires should not occur. However, if a chimney fire does occur close the air control,

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and tightly close the door of the appliance. This should cause the chimney fire to go out in which case the controls should be kept closed until the stove has gone out. The chimney and flueways should then be cleaned. If the chimney fire does not go out when the above action is taken then the fire brigade should be called immediately.

After a chimney fire the chimney should be carefully examined for any damage. Expert advice should be sought if necessary.

CO ALARM

Your installer should have fitted a CO alarm in the same room as the appliance. If the alarm sounds unexpectedly, follow the instructions given under “Warning Note” above.

IF YOU NEED FURTHER HELP

If you need further help with your Charnwood then your Installer will be able to provide the answers to most questions. Your Local

Charnwood Premier Dealer has a great deal of experience and will also be able to provide helpful advice. Further help is available from the Charnwood Customer Services department who will be pleased to give advice, if necessary.

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HEALTH AND SAFET Y PRECAUTIONS

Please take care when installing the stove that the requirements of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 are met.

Some types of fire cement are caustic and should not be allowed to come into contact with the skin. In case of contact wash with plenty of water.

If there is a possibility of disturbing any asbestos in the course of installation then please use appropriate protective equipment.

There must not be an extractor fan fitted in the same room as the stove as this can cause the appliance to emit fumes into the room.

There must be an adequate air supply into the room in which the appliance is installed to provide combustion air. The combustion air supply must be via a permanently open vent. The requirement for minimum free area is partly dependent on the design air permeability of the house. In older properties the air permeability will be above

3 2

5.0m /(h.m ), but in some modern properties it may be less.

The vent must be positioned such that it is not liable to blockage .

Minimium areas are given in the following table:

Air

Permeability

3 2 m /(h.m )

> 5.0

2 2

Minimum Vent Area cm (in )

C-Four C-Five C-Six C-Seven C-Eight

No No

Requirement Requirement

9.4 (1.5) 11 (1.76) 16.5 (2.6)

<5.0

27.5 (4.3) 27.5 (4.3) 36.9(5.7) 38.5 (6.0) 44 (6.8)

This stove is capable of intermittent operation, and is not suitable for use in a shared flue system.

In addition to these instructions the requirements of BS.8303 and

BSEN 15287-1:2007 must be fulfilled. Local Authority Bylaws and

Building Regulations, including those referring to national and

European Standards, regarding the installation of Solid Fuel burning appliances, flues and chimneys must also be observed.

CO ALARMS

Building regulations require that whenever a new or replacement fixed solid fuel or wood/biomass appliance is installed in a dwelling a carbon monoxide alarm must be fitted in the same room as the appliance. Further guidance on the installation of the carbon monoxide alarm is available in BS EN 50292:2002 and from the alarm manufacturer's instructions. Provision of an alarm must not be considered a substitute for either installing the appliance correctly or ensuring regular servicing and maintenance of the appliance and chimney system.

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SPECIFICATION

Specification C-Four C-Five C-Six

C-Seven C-Eight

Nominal Heat

Output kW (BTU/hr)

4.9

(16,700)

5.0

(17,000)

6.7

(22,800)

7.6

(25,900)

8.3

(28,300)

Stove Weight kg

(Packed)

Flue

Temperature

°C

83

281

96

259

96

272

115

280

119

316

Flue gas Mass

Flow g/s

4.2

5.3

4.3

7.3

6.3

Hearth

Temperature

°C

51.6

Minimum distance from combustibles mm

600 side

600 rear

88.1

88.1

65.0

53.4

500 side

400 rear

500 side

500 rear

500 side

500 rear

600 side

650 rear

The outputs in the table are based on a 45minute re-fuelling cycle burning seasoned hardwood logs. All tests are carried out in accordance with BSEN 13240.

CHIMNEY

In order for the appliance to perform satisfactorily the chimney height must not be less than 4 metres measured vertically from the outlet of the stove to the top of the chimney. The internal dimensions of the chimney should preferably be 175 mm (7 in.) or 200mm (8 in.) either square or round and MUST NOT BE LESS THAN 125 mm

(5 in.) for C-Fourand C-Five or 150mm (6 in.) for C-Six, C-Seven and

C-Eight.

If an existing chimney is to be used it must be swept and checked, it must be in good condition, free from cracks and blockages, and should not have an excessive cross sectional area. If it was previously used by an open fire then the chimney should be swept one month after installation to clear any soot falls which may have occurred due to the difference in combustion between the stove and the open fire.

If you find that the chimney is in poor condition then expert advice should be sought regarding the necessity of having the chimney lined.

If it is found necessary to line the chimney then a lining suitable for

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Solid Fuel must be used.

If there is no existing chimney then a prefabricated block chimney or a twin walled insulated stainless steel flue to BSEN 15287-1:2007 can be used either internally or externally. These chimneys must be fitted in accordance with the manufacturers instructions and Building

Regulations.

Single wall flue pipe is suitable for connecting the stove to the chimney but is not suitable for using for the complete chimney.

If it is found that there is excessive draw in the chimney then a draught stabiliser should be fitted.

It is important that there is sufficient draw in the chimney and that the chimney does not suffer from down-draught. When the chimney is warm the draw should be not less than 2.5mm (0.10 in.) water gauge (25 Pa). If in doubt about the chimney seek expert advice.

HEARTH AND FIRE SURROUND

The stove must stand on a fireproof hearth and must not be situated closer than the minimum distance from combustible materials (see specification table) to the sides or rear above hearth level unless adequately fireproofed in accordance with local building regulations.

The hearth must be of fireproof material and at least 12mm (1/2in.) thick. The positioning of the stove and the size of the hearth are governed by building regulations for Class 1 appliances. These building regulations state that the hearth must extend in front of the stove by at least 300mm (12 in.) and to the sides of the stove by at least 150mm (6 in.).

When the fire door is open, it extends beyond the flat front of the stove by the following amounts:-

C-Four & C-Six 365mm C-Five 436mm C-Seven 515mm and C-

Eight 450mm.

If in doubt as to the positioning of the stove, expert advice should be sought either from the supplier or the local building inspector. The fireplace must allow good circulation of air around the appliance to ensure that maximum heat is transferred to the room and also to prevent the fireplace from overheating. A gap of 150mm (6 in.) each side and 300mm (12 in.) above the appliance should give sufficient air circulation. If a wooden mantelpiece or beam is used in the fireplace it should be a minimum of 460mm (18 in.), and preferably 600mm (24 in.) from the appliance. In some situations it may be necessary to shield the beam or mantelpiece to protect it.

In order for the fire to operate correctly and to allow for access, there must be an air gap behind the appliance of at least 75mm, but

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Fig. 4. Vertical Register Plate With Bricked Up Fireplace

Soot Door

In Side or Rear

Of Chimney

Register Plate

Fig. 5. Horizontal Register Plate With Rear Flue Connection

Alternative

Soot Door Positions

Register Plate

With Soot Door

Fig. 6 Horizontal Register Plate With Top Flue Connection

Alternative

Soot Door Positions

Register Plate

With Soot Door

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Fig. 7. Horizontal Register Plate With Optional

Vertical Rear Flue Connector

Alternative

Soot Door Positions

Fig. 8. Flue Blanking Plate.

Blanking Plate

Back of Stove

Clamping Plate

M8 Nut

Glass Fibre Webbing

Blanking Plate

Register Plate

With Soot Door

Clamping plate finishes flush with inside face of firebox top and bottom.

Seal Blanking Plate with Glass Fibre Webbing

CONNECTIONS TO FLUES

The stove must be connected to the flue using flue pipe of the following sizes:-

Stove Model C-Four & C-Five.....................125mm (5in.) i/d pipe.

Stove Model C-Six, C-Seven & C-Eight........150mm (6in.) i/d pipe.

This may be stainless steel, cast iron, or thick wall steel pipe. Straight lengths of Charnwood Pipe to match the stove are available if required.

There are several ways of connecting the stove to the flue. These are illustrated in Figs. 4 to 7.

If the optional vertical rear flue connector is used then the chimney may be swept through the appliance.

Horizontal lengths of flue must be kept to a minimum and should not be more in length than the flue diameter.

The stove comes with the blanking plate fitted to the top flue outlet.

The seal for the top outlet is a 180mm dia ring of rope seal. The seal for the rear outlet is a length of adhesive backed fibre webbing supplied with instructions. This is applied to the flue collar or the

Vertical Rear Flue adapter for rear outlet installations. For top outlet installations, the blanking plate must be removed, have the webbing fitted to its sealing face, and fitted to the rear flue outlet.

Ensure that the fold on the clamping plate is in line with the lugs on the firebox as shown in Fig 8. Ensure that the clamping plate does not prevent the throat plate from seating correctly. All flue connections must be well sealed.

For top outlet installations on the C Five, Six, Seven & Eight the flue collar deflector must be fitted at the same time as the flue collar because it uses the same bolts to secure it to the stove. The longest length of the flue collar deflector must be aligned with the front of the stove as shown in Fig 9.

Fig. 9. Flue Collar Deflector fitting.

Front of Stove

Flue Collar

Rope seal

Flue Collar

Deflector

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SOOT DOORS

It is possible to pass a 16 inch diameter sweeps brush through the appliance but in most back outlet installations it will be necessary to have a soot door to enable the chimney to be swept. The optional vertical rear flue connector does allow the chimney to be swept through the stove. Soot doors may either be in the actual brickwork of the chimney or in the register plate. Various positions of soot doors are shown in Figs. 4 to 7.

UNPACKING THE STOVE

The stove arrives bolted and shrink-wrapped to its pallet. There must be adequate facilities for unloading and manoeuvring into position

The wrapping is first removed, then the stove released from the pallet by either removing the single bolt (C-4) or 4 pallet bolts(C-5 to C-8)

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using a 10mm spanner. The pallet brackets can now be removed from the stove by tilting it and using a 13mm spanner to remove the bolts.

These 4 bolts are required for levelling or fixing on the Store Stand.

The Stove may now be moved to its final position. The pallet is intended to be cut up and used for kindling fuel.

PRE LIGHTING CHECK

Ensure that the throat plate is fitted in the roof of the appliance. The location and positioning of the throat plate is shown in Fig. 3.

Check that the front fence is fitted correctly and that the door closes properly.

COMMISSIONING

On completion of the installation allow a suitable period of time for the fire cement and mortar to dry out before lighting the fire. If no grate is fitted make a layer of ash or sand on the base of the stove before lighting. Check to ensure that smoke and fumes are taken from the appliance up the chimney and emitted safely. Also check all joints and seals. On completion of the installation and commissioning please leave the operating instructions with the customer and advise them on the use of the appliance.

CAA AND SMOKE CONTROL

The Clean Air Act 1993 and Smoke Control Areas

Under the Clean Air Act local authorities may declare the whole or part of the district of the authority to be a smoke control area. It is an offence to emit smoke from a chimney of a building, from a furnace or from any fixed boiler if located in a designated smoke control area.

It is also an offence to acquire an "unauthorised fuel" for use within a smoke control area unless it is used in an "exempt" appliance

("exempted" from the controls which generally apply in the smoke control area).

The Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs has powers under the Act to authorise smokeless fuels or exempt appliances for use in smoke control areas in England. In Scotland and

Wales this power rests with Ministers in the devolved administrations for those countries. Separate legislation, the Clean Air (Northern

Ireland) Order 1981, applies in Northern Ireland. Therefore it is a requirement that fuels burnt or obtained for use in smoke control areas have been "authorised" in Regulations and that appliances used to burn solid fuel in those areas (other than "authorised" fuels) have been exempted by an Order made and signed by the Secretary of

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State or Minister in the devolved administrations.

The Charnwood C-FOUR, Charnwood C-FIVE, Charnwood C-SIX,

Charnwood C-SEVEN and Charnwood C-EIGHT have been recommended as suitable for use in smoke control areas when burning wood logs.

Further information on the requirements of the Clean Air Act can be found here : http://smokecontrol.defra.gov.uk/

Your local authority is responsible for implementing the Clean Air Act

1993 including designation and supervision of smoke control areas and you can contact them for details of Clean Air Act requirements.

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C-FOUR DIMENSIONS (mm)

114

373

154

82

131

405

Plan View

416

Optional Vertical Rear Flue Adapter

144

613 560

386

416

84

267

140 i/d to suit 125mm (5") flue pipe

61 ID 64 OD

45

458

763 710

386

262

Front Side Rear

195

608

13

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C-FIVE DIMENSIONS (mm)

114

398

153

82

130

430

Plan View

Optional Vertical Rear Flue Adapter

485

611

560

140 i/d to suit 125mm (5") flue pipe

292

144

76 79

65

458

455

485

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796

745

185

455 292

Front Side Rear

14

250

643

C-SIX DIMENSIONS (mm)

88

398

131

169

146

441

Plan View

441 Optional Vertical Rear Flue Adapter

161

670

615

411

441

119

292

156 i/d to suit 150mm (6") flue pipe

505

63

79

To suit 80mm ducting

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855

800

185

411 292

Front Side Rear

15

690

C-SEVEN DIMENSIONS (mm)

130

398

169

85

146

440

670 615

534

564

564

Optional Vertical Rear Flue Adapter 156 i/d to suit 150mm (6") flue pipe

292

160

59

76 79 OD

505

®

855

800

185

529

292

Front Side Rear

16

690

244

C-EIGHT DIMENSIONS (mm)

133

398

169

88

146

443

764

710

465

500

500

Optional Vertical Rear Flue Adapter

156 i/d to suit 150mm (6") flue pipe

292

163.0

76 79

61

605

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949

895

185

470 292

Front Side Rear

17

246

790

C-FOUR PARTS LIST

Issue G

43 45 44 10 31 35 5 29 33 13 38

Optional Grate Kit

47

9

59

58

23

24

20

16

18

34

39

19

32

8

21

22

42

14

38

41

15

65

46

6

3

1

12

62

27

2

50

48

60

49

53

54

17

52

51

57

40 25 36 32 37 28 11 17 26 4 7 64 63 30

Item Part No.

Description

002/BR001

008/FFW026

006/PV19

008/BR014

004/BW23

008/FFS018

008/PV21

004/BR005

004/BR007

001/BR010

004/BR016

002/BR017

010/BR031

010/BR029

010/BR030

004/BR040

002/DY21

008/BR044

008/BR006

008/FFB034

012/BR011

002/PV13

008/FFW025

008/FFW007

008/FFS050

008/AY37

002/BR034

008/BR045

010/BR028

008/BR012

008/FFS003

008/FFS078

008/FFB003

27

28

29

30

31

32

33

23

24

25

26

19

20

21

22

13

14

15

16

17

18

9

10#

11

12

7

8

5

6

3

4

1#

2

* These items are not shown on the drawing.

# Please specify colour when ordering.

This drawing is for identification purposes only.

Door Casting

1/4 Heavy Brass Washer

Glass (inc seal)

Handle pivot Pin

Glass retainer

M6x16 C'sunk Skt Hd Screw

Rope door seal

Air box control plate

Air inlet slide

Firebox

Control rod

Fuel retainer BR

Throat plate

RH Sideplate

Inner Backplate

Airbox Cover

Riddler Knob

Gasket Blanking plate

Gasket Airbox

M8 Nyloc nut

Serial No. Label

Door Latch

M8 Wavy Washer

3/8" Plain Light Washer

M8 Bolt 30mm Long

Air Control Knob

Wood ash retainer

Air box Gasket

LH Sideplate

Wooden handle

Pan head screw M5X10

Pozi pan head 4.2 x 9.5

Coach Bolt M6 x 20

Item Part No.

Description

60

61*

62

63

64

65

66*

52

53

54

55*

56*

57#

58

59

46

47

48

49

50

51

42

43

44

45

38

39

40

41

34

35

36

37

008/FFS025

008/BR047

008/FFS059

008/BR052

011/PV26

004/BR053

004/BR054

004/DY22

010/EY12

010/PV33

002/PV12B

012/PV09

002/BR020

012/BV20

004/BR033

002/EY03

010/EY04

010/EY05

010/EY06

010/BR035

010/EY13

008/PV55

008/FW29

002/BR012

004/BR015

008/ES36~01

010/BR022

010/EW51

008/BW39/S

008/FFW015

008/FFB007

010/BR050/##

010/BR057

M6 X 12 Bright Pozi Pan Hd

Back gasket

M8 x 20 Hex Hd Bolt

Felt washer

Side Gasket

Air Inlet Spigot assy

Blanking plate

Riddler Blanking Disk

Serial number hanger bracket

Vert Rear Flue Adaptor

Flue collar

Blanking plate

Hinge

Ashpan tool

Ashpan

Grate Plate

L.H. Grate Support

R.H. Grate Support

Front Grate Support

Rear Grate Support

Riddler Rod assy

Glass Seal

Door Seal Adhesive

Handle Casting

Clicker retainer plate

Brass Ball Catch

Grate Kit

Ash Carrier(Optional Extra)

Hinge Pin Set

Spring Washer (Thackery Type)

M8 x 100mm Allen Head Bolt

Store Stand

Heat Shield (Optional Extra)

To obtain spare parts please contact your local stockist giving Model, Part No. and

Description. In case of difficulty contact the manufacturer at the address shown.

charnwood

BISHOPS WAY, NEWPORT, ISLE OF WIGHT PO30 5WS, UNITED KINGDOM

T: + 4 4 ( 0 ) 19 8 3 5 37 7 9 9 • F : + 4 4 ( 0 ) 19 8 3 5 37 7 8 8 • S PA R E S @ C H A R N WO O D . C O M • W W W. C H A R N WO O D . C O M

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C-FIVE PARTS LIST

Issue A

Item

33

35

36

37

27

28

31

32

38

39

40

23

24

25

26

18

20

21

22

9

10

11

12

13

14

17

7

8

5

6

3

4

1#

2

21 42 43 22 45 67 44 63 10 14 41 13 7 35 38 70 68

Optional Grate Kit

59

58

28

9

24

20

23

71

19

47

32

33

8

29

65

31

62

2

46

6

12

27

50

39 16

Part No.

69

002/NR001

008/FFW026

006/NR019

004/BR014

004/BW23

008/FFS018

008/NR038

004/CR005

004/CR007

001/NR010

004/ER016

002/NR017

010/NR031

010/NR029

002/DY21

008/CR063

008/FFN015

012/NR011

002/PV13

008/FFW025

008/FFW002

008/FFS050

008/AY37

002/BR034

008/BR045

008/FFS003

008/FFS025

008/FFB003

004/XV30

008/FFS059

008/BR052

008/NR030/S

008/CR048

004/CR064

37 18 40

Description

11 26 5 3

Door Casting

M6 Heavy brass washer

Glass

Handle pivot Pin

Glass retainer

M6x12 Countersunk socket head screw

Door Seal

Air control plate assembly

Air inlet slide

Firebox Assembly

Control rod

Fuel retainer

Baffle

RH Sideplate

Riddler knob

Duct gasket

M8 Philidas Nut

Serial No. Label

Door Latch

M8 Wavey washer

Washer14 x 6

M8 Bolt x 30mm long

Air Control Knob

Wood Ash Retainer

Airbox Gasket

M5 x 8mm Philips Pan Hd

M6 x 12 Philips Pan Head Screw

Coach Bolt M6 x 20

Brick bracket

M8 x 20 Hex Hd Bolt

Felt washer

Set of Firebricks

Flanged Spigot 80mm

Duct coverplate

1 66 72

57

4

Item

30

Part No.

67

68

69

70

71

72

73

74*

63

64

65

66

59

60

61*

62

49

50

51

52

53

54

55*

56*

57#

58

45

46

47

48

41

42

43

44

004/DY22

010/EY12

010/PV33

002/PV12B

012/PV09

002/BR020

012/BV20/A

004/BR033

002/EY03

010/NR043

010/NR042

010/EY06

010/NR061

010/DR060

008/NR044

008/FW29

002/BR012

004/BR015

008/ES36

010/NR022

010/EW51

008/BW39/S

010/NR070

008/DY27

010/NR050/##

008/FFB007

010/AY51

008/FFB004

008/FFN004

008/ER036

008/FFS045

008/FFW015

008/FFS078

010/NR057

60

49

53

54

64

51 17

52

48

Description

Riddler hole Plug

Serial number hanger bracket

Vertical Rear Flue Adapter

Cast Flue Collar

Blanking Plate

Hinge casting

Ashpan/Door Opening Tool

Ashpan

Grate Plate

L.H. Grate Support

R.H.Grate Support

Front Grate Support

Rear Grate Support

Riddler Rod assy

Glass Seal

Door Seal Adhesive

Handle arm

Clicker Retainer Plate

Brass ball catch

Grate Kit (Inc Handle)

Ash Carrier (Optional Extra)

Hinge Pin Set 5mm x 25mm

Flue Collar Deflector Assy

Riddling Tool

Store stand

M8 x 100 Allen Hd Bolt

Clamping Plate

Coach Bolt M6 x 30

M6 Nut

Washer

M6x16 Hex headed screw

Thackery Washer

4.2x9.5 Pozi Pan Head S/T screw

Heat Shield (Optional Extra)

* These items are not shown on the drawing.

# Please specify colour when ordering.

This drawing is for identification purposes only.

To obtain spare parts please contact your local stockist giving Model, Part No. and

Description. In case of difficulty contact the manufacturer at the address shown.

charnwood

BISHOPS WAY, NEWPORT, ISLE OF WIGHT PO30 5WS, UNITED KINGDOM

T: + 4 4 ( 0 ) 19 8 3 5 37 7 9 9 • F : + 4 4 ( 0 ) 19 8 3 5 37 7 8 8 • S PA R E S @ C H A R N WO O D . C O M • W W W. C H A R N WO O D . C O M

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C-SIX PARTS LIST

Issue F

Item

29

30

31

32

33

21

22

23

24

17

18

19

20

25

26

27

28

3

4

1#

2

13

14

15

16

7

8

5

6

9

10#

11

12

Part No.

002/BR001

008/FFW026

006/PV19

004/BR014

004/BW23

008/FFS018

008/PV21

004/CR005

004/CR007

001/CR010

004/BR016

002/BR017

010/CR031

010/CR029

010/CR030

010/CR041

002/DY21

008/CR063

008/CR006

008/FFB034

012/CR011

002/PV13

008/FFW025

008/FFW007

008/FFS050

008/AY37

002/BR034

008/BR045

010/CR028

008/BR013

008/FFS003

008/FFS078

008/FFB003

10

22

47

70

69

19

8

21

69

42

34

71

43

72

28

32

39

18

16

78 63 72 45

32 25 18 40 26 36 59 23

44

24

41

20

7 8

DETAIL A

35 5 15 3 13 1

58 37 9 11 66 30 4

9

27

3

57

6

62

2

12

38

62

46

65

14

29

Optional Grate Kit

Description

Door Casting

1/4 Heavy Brass Washer

Glass (inc seal)

Handle pivot Pin

Glass retainer

M6x16 C'sunk Skt Hd Screw

Rope door seal

Air box control plate

Air inlet slide

Firebox

Control rod

Fuel retainer BR

Throat plate

RH Sideplate inc gasket

Inner Backplate

Airbox Cover

Riddler Knob

Duct Gasket

Airbox Gasket

M8 Nyloc nut

Serial No. Label

Door Latch

M8 Wavy Washer

3/8" Plain Light Washer

M8 Bolt 30mm Long

Air Control Knob

Wood ash retainer

Air box Gasket

LH Sideplate

Wooden handle

M5 X 10 Sltd Pan Screw

Pozi pan head 4.2 x 9.5

Coach Bolt M6 x 20

Item

48

49

50

51

52

53

54

55*

56*

57#

58

59

60

61*

62

63

64

65

66

67*

34

35

40

41

42

43

36

37

38

39

44

45

46

47

Part No.

008/FFS025

008/CR027

008/FFS059

008/BR052

008/CR026

008/CRO48

004/CR064

004/DY22

010/EY12

010/TW33

002/CH12B

012/TW09

002/BR020

012/BV20/A

004/BR033

002/EY03

010/CR043

010/CR042

010/CR065

010/CR061

010/CR013

008/PV55

008/FW29

002/BR012

004/BR015

008/ES36/01

010/CR022

010/EW51

008/BW39/S

010/CR070

008/DY27

010/CR050/##

008/FFB007

010/CR057

50

60

49

53

54

64

52 17

51

48

Description

M6 X 12 Bright Pozi Pan Hd

Back gasket

M8 x 20 Hex Hd Bolt

Felt washer

Side Gasket

Air Inlet Spigot assy

Blanking plate

Riddler Blanking Disk

Serial number hanger bracket

Vert Rear Flue Adaptor

Flue collar

Blanking plate

Hinge

Ashpan tool

Ashpan

Grate Plate

L.H. Grate Support

R.H. Grate Support

Front Grate Support

Rear Grate Support

Riddler Rod assy

Glass Seal

Door Seal Adhesive

Handle Casting

Clicker retainer plate

Brass ball catch

Grate Kit (inc handle)

Ash Carrier (Optional Extra)

Hinge Pin Set

Flue Collar Deflector

Riddling Tool

Store Stand

M8 x 100 Allen Hd. Bolt

Heat Shield (Optional Extra)

* These items are not shown on the drawing.

# Please specify colour when ordering.

This drawing is for identification purposes only.

To obtain spare parts please contact your local stockist giving Model, Part No. and

Description. In case of difficulty contact the manufacturer at the address shown.

charnwood

BISHOPS WAY, NEWPORT, ISLE OF WIGHT PO30 5WS, UNITED KINGDOM

T: + 4 4 ( 0 ) 19 8 3 5 37 7 9 9 • F : + 4 4 ( 0 ) 19 8 3 5 37 7 8 8 • S PA R E S @ C H A R N WO O D . C O M • W W W. C H A R N WO O D . C O M

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C-SEVEN PARTS LIST

Issue A

8

28

9

59

58

71

23

24

20

33

21 42

32

19

29

47

33

39

68

16

43

36

70

18

44

40

45

37

67

69

63

25

10

11 26

22

5

7

3

13

1

14

46

35 38

Optional Grate Kit

57

12

27

65

62

6

31

38

38

38

41

4

30

66

2

50

60

49

51

53

17

52

54

64

48

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Item

26

27

28

29

22

23

24

25

30

31

32

33

35

36

37

38

39

12

13

14

17

8

9

10

11

18

19

20

21

5

6

7

3

4

1#

2

Part Number

002/PV13

008/FFW025

008/FFW002

008/FFS050

008/AY37

002/ER034

008/BR045

010/ER028

008/BR013

008/FFS003

008/FFS025

008/FFB003

004/XV30

008/FFS059

008/BR052

008/ER030/S

008/CR048

002/ER001

008/FFW026

006/ER019

004/BR014

004/BW23

008/FFS018

008/ER003

004/CR005

004/ER007

001/ER010

004/ER016

002/ER017

010/ER031

010/ER029

002/DY21

008/CR063

008/CR006

008/FFN015

012/ER011

Description

Door Casting

M6 Heavy brass washer

Glass

Handle pivot Pin

Glass retainer

M6x12 Countersunk socket head screw

Door Seal

Air control plate assembly

Air inlet slide

Firebox Assembly

Control rod

Fuel retainer

Baffle

RH Sideplate

Riddler knob

Duct gasket

Air box Gasket(upper)

M8 Philidas Nut

Serial No. Label

Door Latch

M8 Wavey washer

Washer14 x 6

M8 Bolt x 30mm long

Air Control Knob

Wood Ash Retainer

Airbox Gasket

L H Sideplate

Wooden handle

M5 x 8mm Philips Pan Hd

M6 x 12 Philips Pan Head Screw

Coach Bolt M6 x 20

Brick bracket

M8 x 20 Hex Hd Bolt

Felt washer

Set of Firebricks

Flanged Spigot 80mm

Item

51

52

53

54

55*

56*

57#

58

59

60

61*

62

44

45

46

47

40

41

42

43

48

49

50

67

68

69

70

63

64

65

66

71

72

73

74*

Part No.

004/CR064

004/DY22

010/EY12

010/TW33

002/CH12B

012/TW09

002/BR020

012/BV20/A

004/ER033

002/EY03

010/ER043

010/ER042

010/ER065

010/ER061

010/ER060

008/ER044

008/FW29

002/BR012

004/BR015

008/ES36

010/ER022

010/BW51

008/BW39/S

010/CR070

008/DY27

010/ER050/##

008/FFB007

010/AY51

008/FFB004

008/FFN004

008/ER036

008/FFS045

008/FFW015

008/FFS078

010/ER057

Description

Duct coverplate

Riddler hole Plug

Serial number hanger bracket

Vertical Rear Flue Adapter

Cast Flue Collar

Blanking Plate

Hinge casting

Ashpan/Door Opening Tool

Ashpan

Grate Plate

L.H. Grate Support

R.H.Grate Support

Front Grate Support

Rear Grate Support

Riddler Rod assy

Glass Seal

Door Seal Adhesive

Handle arm

Clicker Retainer Plate

Brass ball catch

Grate Kit (Inc Handle)

Ash Carrier (Optional Extra)

Hinge Pin Set 5mm x 25mm

Flue Collar Deflector Assy

Riddling Tool

Store stand

M8 x 100 Allen Hd Bolt

Clamping Plate

Coach Bolt M6 x 30

M6 Nut

Washer

M6x16 Hex headed screw

Thackery Washer

4.2 x 9.5mm Pozi pan head self tapping screw

Heat Shield (Optional Extra)

* These items are not shown on the drawing.

# Please specify colour when ordering.

This drawing is for identification purposes only.

To obtain spare parts please contact your local stockist giving Model, Part No. and

Description. In case of difficulty contact the manufacturer at the address shown.

charnwood

BISHOPS WAY, NEWPORT, ISLE OF WIGHT PO30 5WS, UNITED KINGDOM

T: + 4 4 ( 0 ) 19 8 3 5 37 7 9 9 • F : + 4 4 ( 0 ) 19 8 3 5 37 7 8 8 • S PA R E S @ C H A R N WO O D . C O M • W W W. C H A R N WO O D . C O M

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C-EIGHT PARTS LIST

Issue A

7

45

67

43

21

34

42

66

10

41

22

43 31 38 33 29 35 13 15 38 14

65

5

3

62

46

6

55

Optional Grate Kit

50

48

49

53

54

17

68

52

51

1

47

62 60

39

32

16

19

18

40

36 25 37

Item

25

Part No.

8 58 23 24 20

Description

9

19

20

21

22

15

16

17

18

23

24

25

26

31

32

33

34

27

28

29

30

1#

2

11

12

13

14

5

6

3

4

7

8

9

10#

002/DR001

008/FFW026

006/DR019

004/BR014

004/KV23

008/FFS018

008/DR091

004/CR005

004/DR007

001/DR010

004/BR016

002/BR017

010/DR031

010/DR029

010/DR030

004/CR040

002/DY21

008/CR063

008/CR006

008/FFN015

012/DR011

002/PV13

008/FFW025

008/FFW007

008/FFS050

008/AY37

002/BR034

008/BR045

010/DR028

008/BR013

008/FFS003

008/FFS025

008/FFB003

008/FFS025

* These items are not shown on the drawing.

# Please specify colour when ordering.

This drawing is for identification purposes only.

Door Casting

1/4 Heavy Brass Washer

Glass (inc seal)

Handle pivot Pin

Glass retainer

M6x16 C'sunk Skt Hd Screw

Rope door seal

Air box control plate

Air inlet slide

Firebox

Control rod

Fuel retainer BR

Throat plate

RH Sideplate inc gasket

Inner Backplate

Airbox Cover

Riddler Knob

Blanking Plate Gasket

Airbox Gasket

M8 Philidas nut (Locking nut)

Serial No. Label

Door Latch

M8 Wavy Washer

3/8" Plain Light Washer

M8 Bolt 30mm Long

Air Control Knob

Wood ash retainer

Air box Gasket

LH Sideplate

Wooden handle

M5 X 10 Sltd Pan Screw

Phillips head screw M6X12

Coach Bolt M6 x 20

M6 X 12 Bright Pozi Pan Hd

2

6

12

57

59 11 28 26 64 63 30

Item

4 27

Part No.

Description

49

50

51

52

53

54

55*

56*

57#

58

59

60

61*

62

63

64

65

66*

67

68

35

36

41

42

43

44

37

38

39

40

45

46

47

48

008/DR047

008/FFS059

008/BR052

011/DR038

004/CR048

004/CR064

004/DY22

010/EY12

010/TW33

002/PV12B

012/TW09

002/BR020

012/BV20/A

004/BR033

002/EY03

010/DR043

010/DR042

010/CR065

010/DR061

010/DR060

008/DR091

008/FW29

002/BR012

004/BR015

008/ES36/01

010/DR022

010/EW51

008/BW39/S

008/FFW015

008/FFB007

010/BR050/##

010/DR057

010/AV51

008/DY27

Back gasket

M8 x 20 Hex Hd Bolt

Felt washer

Side Gasket

Air Inlet Spigot assy

Blanking plate

Riddler Blanking Disk

Serial number hanger bracket

Vert Rear Flue Adaptor

Flue collar

Blanking plate

Hinge

Ashpan tool

Ashpan

Grate Plate

L.H. Grate Support

R.H. Grate Support

Front Grate Support

Rear Grate Support

Riddler Rod assy

Glass Seal

Door Seal Adhesive

Handle Casting

Clicker retainer plate

Brass ball catch

Grate Kit (inc handle)

Ash Carrier (Optional Extra)

Hinge Pin Set

Spring Washer (Thackery type)

M8 x 100mm Allen Head Bolt

Store Stand

Heat Shield (Optional Extra)

Clamping Plate

Riddling Tool

To obtain spare parts please contact your local stockist giving Model, Part No. and

Description. In case of difficulty contact the manufacturer at the address shown.

charnwood

BISHOPS WAY, NEWPORT, ISLE OF WIGHT PO30 5WS, UNITED KINGDOM

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Bishops Way, Newport, Isle of Wight PO30 5WS, United Kingdom

A Division of A.J.Wells & Sons Limited Registered in England No. 03809371

EN13240:2001

C SERIES

ROOMHEATERS FIRED BY SOLID FUEL

C Four C Five C Six C Seven Roomheater Model C Eight

EC Certificate of conformity no: BR080-CPD-2011 NR080-CPD-2012 CR080-CPD-2012 ER080-CPD-2012 DR080-CPD-2012

WOOD LOGS WOOD LOGS WOOD LOGS WOOD LOGS WOOD LOGS Fuel type:

Emission of CO in combustion products:

Mean flue gas temperature:

Space heating thermal output:

Energy efficiency

Minimum distance to combustible materials

Side:

Rear:

0.18%

281°C

4.9kW

78.3%

600mm

600mm

0.20%

259°C

5.0kW

75.7%

500mm

400mm

0.25%

272°C

6.7kW

81.9%

500mm

500mm

0.14%

280°C

7.6kW

76.9%

500mm

500mm

0.15%

316°C

8.3kW

78.0%

600mm

650mm

With heat shield and HT+ insulated flue connector

(25mm insulation).

Side:

Rear:

600mm

200mm

500mm

175mm

500mm

200mm

500mm

240mm

550mm

250mm

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y o u r p r e m i e r d e a l e r charnwood

BISHOPS WAY, NEWPORT, ISLE OF WIGHT PO30 5WS, UNITED KINGDOM

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A D i v i s i o n o f A . J . W e l l s & S o n s L i m i t e d R e g i s t e r e d i n E n g l a n d N o .

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