Garmin StreetPilot i3 GPS Receiver User Manual

Sheraton
Free Standing Stove
ModelS: 7016/7017/7027
Instructions for Use,
Installation and Servicing
For use in Great Britain and Republic of Ireland.
This appliance has been certified for use in countries other than those stated. To install this appliance in these countries, it is essential to obtain the translated
instructions and in some cases the appliance will require modification. Contact Stovax for further information.
IMPORTANT
This appliance will become hot whilst in operation, it is therefore recommended that a suitable guard should be used for the
protection of young children, the elderly or infirm. Do not attempt to burn rubbish in this appliance.
Please read these Instructions carefully before installation or use.
Keep them in a safe place for future reference and when servicing the fire.
The commissioning sheet found on page 3 of these instructions should be completed by the Installer.
PM216 - Issue 1 (Sept 2007)
COVERING THE FOLLOWING MODELs:
7016/7017/7027
PAGE
Appliance commissioning checklist
3
operating instructions
4
instaLlation Instructions
9
Technical Specifications
9
Site Requirements
10
Pre-Installation
13
Installation
15
Commissioning
17
Servicing Instructions
18
Maintenance & Servicing
18
Basic spare parts list 21
Care of your stove
23
Service Records
24
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APPLIANCE COMMISSIONING CHECKLIST
To assist us in any guarantee claim please complete the following information:-
Dealer appliance was purchased from
Name:..................................................................................................................................................................
Address:................................................................................................................................................................
. ...........................................................................................................................................................................
Telephone number:..............................................................................................................................................
Essential Information - MUST be completed
Date installed:......................................................................................................................................................
Model Description:...............................................................................................................................................
Serial number:......................................................................................................................................................
Installation Engineer
Company name:......................................................................................................................................................................
Address:..................................................................................................................................................................................
...............................................................................................................................................................................................
Telephone number:.................................................................................................................................................................
Commissioning Checks (to be completed and signed)
Is flue system correct for the appliance
YES
NO
Flue swept and soundness test complete
YES
NO
Smoke test completed on installed appliance
YES
NO
Spillage test completed
YES
NO
Use of appliance and operation of controls explained
YES
NO
Instruction book handed to customer
YES
NO
Signature:........................................................................................
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Print name:................................................................
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Before using this appliance, please read these instructions carefully.
1. GENERAL
1.1
This stove is designed for domestic heating and should
only be used for this purpose, and in accordance with the
manufacturers operating instructions.
1.2
It must be installed by a competent installer, in
accordance with all local regulations, including those
referring to national and European standards.
1.3
The stove should only be used to burn approved fuels
and should not be used with liquid fuels or used as an
incinerator.
1.4
As with all heating stoves the surfaces will become very
hot when in use, therefore due care should be taken
when near the stove. If it is to be used in the presence
of young children, elderly or infirm persons, a suitable
fireguard should be used. Care should also be taken with
the placement of combustible items near the stove as
conducted and radiated heat could cause a fire hazard.
1.5
Stovax offer a wide range of firescreens along with a
hearthgate system designed to offer full protection for a
range of stoves and fireplaces. Your Stovax dealer can
advise you on these products.
1.6
Due to the high temperature of the convected air above
the stove we recommend that no valuable photographs,
paintings, porcelain, electrical products or other items are
placed in this area. Such artefacts may be damaged by long
term exposure to fluctuating temperatures.
1.7
The additional ventilation required for the safe use of this
stove should be kept free of any obstructions, both inside
and outside the building, at all times.
1.8
Have your Stovax product serviced annually by a competent
service engineer, and if repairs are required use only Stovax
approved spare parts.
1.9
Data plate
PR7221S
AIR CONTROLS
OPEN
Airwash Control
CLOSE
Airwash
Removable
handle
Do not make unauthorised modifications or changes to
the stove. No other appliance should be connected to or
share, the same flue or chimney system.
Primary Air Control
/Thermostat control
(if fitted)
SERIAL NUMBER
1.10 This number will be required when ordering spare parts or
making warranty claims.
Telescopic
riddling
lever
1.11 It is found on the stove data plate, which is under the front
of the stove ashlip.
Thermostat knock
out panel
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
3.3
DOOR HANDLE
1.12 To Open and Close: Use a protective gloved hand to
operate.
Fuel Consumption
1.13 Rotate RH Knob anti-clockwise to open. Rotate clockwise to
close.
Kg/hour
Wood
Kg/hour
Briquetted
Smokeless fuel
Sheraton 7016
2.66
-
Sheraton 7017
2.66
1.12
Sheraton 7027
2.66
1.12
Description
3.4
1.14 Warning: Do not force the handle to turn more than 1/4
turn as damage may occur.
1.15 Never open the door with your bare hands.
2. USING THE STOVE FOR THE FIRST TIME
When new, it is best to burn the fire at a low output for
the first few days of use. This will allow the construction to
settle and all fixing glues and paint to fully cure.
2.2
Avoid touching the paint during the first period of use.
2.3
During this time the stove may give off some unpleasant
odours, and we recommend that you keep the room well
ventilated during this period to avoid a build-up of fumes.
3. RECOMMENDED FUELS
3.1
3.2
Wood: Burn only seasoned timber, with a moisture content
of less than 20% with a recommended cut length of
300mm. In most cases, this would require drying cut wood
for 12 to 18 months before use. Poor quality timber could
cause low combustion efficiency, produce large amounts of
harmful condensation, which could reduce the effectiveness
of the airwash system, and ultimately the life of the stove.
Do not burn construction timber, painted, impregnated
/ treated wood, manufactured board products or pallet
wood.
For more details on using wood see Section 9 Burning
Performance, page 7.
3.2
Solid fuel: Burn only anthracite or a manufactured
briquetted smokeless fuels, listed as suitable for use with
closed heating stoves. Do not burn bituminous coal,
‘petro-coke’ or other petroleum based fuels, as this will
invalidate the product guarantee.
If you require advice on suitable solid fuels contact your
local approved coal merchant. Details can be obtained by
ringing the Solid Fuel Association advice line on Freephone
0845 601 4406. Or their web site at www.solidfuel.co.uk
A number of factors can affect the performance of the
stove. Some of these are listed, see Section 9 Burning
Performance, page 7.
4. BURNING WOOD
(Wood and multi-fuel stoves)
1.16 Closing the door is the reverse of the previous.
2.1
Fuel consumption at nominal heat output.
As tested at nominal heat output to the requirements of EN
13240: 2001 for intermittent operation.
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4.1
Open the Airwash control fully and open the Primary/
Thermostat* air control (multifuel versions only) to
approximately 25% open.
4.2
Place some pieces of firelighter or dry crumpled paper on
the grate and cover with some small pieces of dry kindling
wood. Light the paper or firelighters.
4.3
To avoid the build-up of condensation on the door glass
it is advisable to leave the door slightly open as the fire
establishes, and the glass warms.
4.4
As the fire becomes established add a few larger pieces
of wood and fully close the door. Do not initially add too
many logs as this may smother the fire. Do not leave the
stove with the door open as this could over-fire the stove
and cause permanent damage.
4.5
As the fire becomes established close the Primary/
Thermostat* air control (multifuel versions only) and control
the burn rate using the Airwash control only.
4.6
To burn wood efficiently it is best to allow a bed of ash to
build-up on the grate, or the base of the stove, and control
the combustion using the Airwash control only.
4.7
Before re-fuelling the stove it is advisable to first rake the
embers evenly over the firebed then open the Airwash
control fully for a few minutes, to establish a glowing bed
before adding new logs.
4.8
Allow the new logs to burn at high output for a few minutes
before adjusting the burn rate with the Airwash control,
to the desired setting. It is best to refuel little and often to
maintain clean and efficient burning.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
4.9
The ideal control settings to suit the particular installation
and personal preferences will be established by experience
in using the stove.
fuel. Allow the new fuel to burn at high output for a few
minutes before adjusting the burn rate with the Primary/
Thermostat* air control to the desired setting. It is best
to refuel little and often to maintain clean and efficient
burning.
4.10 Do not load fuel higher than the log guard. It is not
recommended to load large amounts of logs and burn with
the Airwash control on low settings for long periods of
time. This will reduce the effectiveness of the glass cleaning
effect of the airwash and will cause a large build-up of tars
and creosotes in the stove and flue system.
5.9
4.11 We would recommend that the stove be burnt at high
output for at least 30 minutes each day when it is in use.
This will help reduce the build-up of tars and creosotes
within the stove and flue system.
5.10 We would recommend that the stove be burnt at high
output for at least 30 minutes each day when it is in use.
This will help reduce the build-up of tars and creosotes
within the stove and flue system.
4.12 Do not burn construction timber, painted, impregnated /
treated wood or manufactured board products.
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The optional Thermostatic Primary air control will adjust
the air flow to the fire to maintain a constant temperature.
5.11 Burn only anthracite or manufactured smokeless fuels,
suitable for use in closed appliances.
5. BURNING SOLID FUEL
(Multi-fuel stoves only)
5.1
Open the Airwash control to approximately 50% and
Primary/Thermostat* air control fully.
5.2
Place some pieces of firelighter or dry crumpled paper on
the grate and cover with some small pieces of dry kindling
wood. Light the paper or firelighters.
5.3
To avoid the build-up of condensation on the door glass
it is advisable to leave the door slightly open as the fire
establishes, and the glass warms.
5.4
As the fire becomes established add pieces of solid fuel and
fully close the door. Do not initially add too much fuel as
this may smother the fire. Do not leave the stove with the
door open as this could over-fire the stove and cause
permanent damage.
5.5
As the fire becomes established reduce the Airwash air
control to approximately 25% and control the burn rate
using the Primary/Thermostat* air control only.
5.6
To burn solid fuel efficiently it is best to control the
combustion using the Primary/Thermostat* air control
only.
5.7
Before re-fuelling the stove it is advisable to de-ash the
firebed, using the riddling grate system. This is completed as
follows:-
Fixed Grate
Use a suitable poker.
5.8
The ideal control settings to suit the particular installation
and personal preferences will be established by experience
in using the stove. It is not recommmended to load large
amounts of fuel and burn with the Primary/Thermostat*
Air Control on low settings for long periods of time as this
will reduce the effectiveness off the glass cleaning effect of
the airwash. Also this will help reduce the build-up of tar
and creosotes within the stove and flue system.
5.12 Do not burn bituminous coal, ‘petro-coke’ or other
petroleum based fuels, as this will invalidate the product
guarantee.
*
The optional Thermostatic Primary air control will adjust
the air flow to the fire to maintain a constant temperature.
6. OVER-FIRING
Riddling Grate
Move the Riddling Lever (Top right at the back) from side to
side, using the removable tool provided.
6.1
Do not use the appliance at maximum output for prolonged
periods of time, or over-fill the firebox with fuel, as this
could result in over-firing. If the connecting fluepipe,
appliance flue collar or top plate glow red with heat the
appliance is being over-fired and the air controls should be
closed to reduce the output.
6.2
Do not load fuel higher than the log guard at the front of
the stove.
6.3
If a chimney fire occurs shut all air controls immediately to
close the appliance down, and evacuate all persons from
the building before calling the fire brigade. Do not re-enter
the building until it is confirmed safe to do so.
6.4
Following a chimney fire do not use the appliance until
it is inspected, by a HETAS (GB only)/INFO (Eire only)
registered installer, to confirm that the appliance is safe
to use, or make any repairs required before re-use. Only
genuine Stovax replacement parts are to be used to keep
your appliance in safe and efficient working order.
6.5
After any chimney fire it is recommended that the chimney
system be inspected and swept by a NACS registered
(UK only) chimney sweep, to confirm that the system is
structurally sound and free from any obstructions before
re-use.
Open the Primary/Thermostat* air control fully for a few
minutes, to establish a glowing bed before adding new
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
7. ASH REMOVAL (Multi-fuel stoves)
7.1
7.2
7.3
The burning of any fuel will produce ash, which will have
to be removed after a period of use. This time will depend
on the fuel used. Before removing the ash from the stove it
is advisable to let the fire burn down to a low level, or even
go out completely. The ashpan can then be removed using
gloved hands, after opening the main firedoors.
As heat can remain in the ash for a long period after use
care must be taken when removing and carrying the full
ashpan. We suggest that the ashpan be carried using gloved
hands, or the ash is placed directly in to a Stovax Ash
Caddy (Stovax Part No. 4227).
9.2
Fuel Quality (Solid Fuel)
Use only recommended solid fuels, which are approved for
use with closed appliances. Symptoms of poor performance
related to unsuitable fuels include:
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•
9.3
Backpuffing
This is caused by a lack of combustion air entering the
firebox causing combustion gases to build up in the firebox
and periodically ignite as small explosions, causing smoke to
puff out of the appliance air inlets and other openings. The
problem will often occur if the air controls are shut soon
after adding new fuel to a very hot fire. To stop backpuffing
occurring open the air controls to increase the combustion
air and increase the burning rate.
9.4
Flue Draught
The chimney has two main functions, which are, to safely
remove the smoke, gases and fumes from the house, and to
provide a sufficient amount of draught (suction) in the stove
to ensure that the fire is kept burning. Draught is caused by
the rising hot air in the chimney when the stove is lit.
Symptoms of poor performance related to flue draught
include:
Do not place ash in a bin made from plastic or any other
combustible material.
8. ASH REMOVAL (Wood-burning stoves)
8.1
When burning wood the amount of ash will be smaller and
may only need removal once every week. To do this, allow
the fire to burn out and cool. Open the main door, then
after removing the log retainer scoop out the ash with a
suitable shovel. It is best to leave a layer of ash in the stove
to form a bed for the new fire.
8.2
Do not place ash in a bin made from plastic or any other
combustible material.
9. burning performance
9.1
Fuel Quality (Wood)
Use only seasoned wood with a moisture content of
less than 20%. Well seasoned logs should have the bark
beginning to lift and peel away, along with deep cracks
radiating from the centre of the log. Logs should feel lighter
than fresh cut wood of a similar size and sound hollow
when struck against each other. Logs should not feel damp
to the touch, have any visible moisture oozing from them or
moss and fungal growths on them.
Symptoms of poor performance related to wet woods
include:
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To help avoid large build-ups of tars and creosote within
the stove and the flue system, it is recommended to burn
at high output for at least 30 minutes each day. The use of
Stovax Protector chimney cleaner will also help to reduce
this problem.
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•
•
•
Excessive fuel consumption (high flue draught)
Poor burning control, overheating (high flue draught)
Wind noise from air controls (high flue draught)
Difficulty getting a fire going and keeping it burning well
(low flue draught)
• Low heat output (low flue draught)
• Smoke entering room when doors opened (low flue
draught)
Difficulty getting a fire going and keeping it burning well,
Smoky fires with little flame,
Dirty glass,
Dirty firebricks,
Rapid creosote build-up in the chimney,
Low heat output,
Short burn times, excessive fuel consumption and
blue/grey smoke from the chimney.
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Difficulty getting a fire going and keeping it burning well
Smoky fires with little flame
Dirty glass
Dirty firebricks
Short life span for grate, baffles and internal firebricks
Permanent staining of glass
The construction, position, size and height of the chimney
are all factors that affect the performance of the flue
draught.
Other factors that can effect the flue draught include:
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•
Trees or other buildings nearby causing turbulence
High and gusty winds
Outside temperature
Outside weather conditions
Incorrect additional ventilation to building
Blocked flue / chimney
For advice on the correction of persistent flue problems
consult a qualified solid fuel heating engineer before
continuing to use the stove.
9.5
Weather conditions
The weather conditions outside the building could have an
effect on the burning performance of the stove. These could
include:
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Windy days - Smoking from the appliance. This could
be caused by turbulent airflow around chimney terminal,
possibly caused by the position of other buildings or
obstacles nearby. This problem is, also, sometimes
associated with oversize chimneys, which may even have
downdraught problems on calm days. If smoking is a
common problem on windy days make a note of the wind
strength and direction before consulting your appliance
installer, who will advise you on possible solutions to the
problem, after visiting the installation.
10.2 Stove glass cracking:
Please ensure when replacing the glass in your stove that
you do not over tighten the screws on the glass clips as this
will cause stress in the glass and with the intense heating
and cooling of burning your stove it may well cause the
glass to crack.
10.3 Stove is producing tar:
You can recognise this from the following traits:
Very strong pungent smell shortly after the stove is lit and
as the stove heats up, glass blackening and, possibly, can be
seen as a thick, brown and sticky material oozing from your
stove pipe joints.
Damp / Rainy days – These sometimes result in problems
when lighting and maintaining the fire, due to the lower
flue temperatures and smaller difference between indoor
and outdoor temperatures reducing the flue draught. Also,
rain water running down the inside of the chimney reducing
the flue temperatures. To help with this problem care must
be taken to use good quality kindling wood, when starting
the fire, and running the stove at a higher heat setting than
normal for a period after start-up to fully heat the chimney.
It could be possible to fit a rain cowl to the chimney to
reduce this problem. Your appliance installer should advise
you on possible solutions.
If the stove emits smoke into the room continuously close
the air controls and allow the stove to go out, and ventilate
the room to clear the fumes.
Do not re-light the appliance until the cause of the
problem is identified and rectified.
2.
Burning unseasoned wood – See page 7 (section 9.1) for
more information on how to identify when your wood is
ready for burning. Properly seasoned logs will have been
kept for a minimum of a year but are best burnt at 2 years.
3.
The stove being burned at too low a temperature - A
good working temperature is 300-500° F (120 – 250° C).
A stove pipe thermometer will help identify this problem.
(Stovax part no 3046). Burning your wood stove with
the airwash control fully open for a period of around
20 minutes ought to cure this. This might be caused by
damping your stove down overnight.
4.
Problems with your flue – in particular insufficient air
pull. If your flue is not doing its job efficiently this can
cause blackening of the glass. A flue which is too short,
experiences a downdraft, needs lining or has too many
bends can promote blackening. If you suspect your flue may
be contributing to the blackening of your stove glass you
should contact the installer or a flue specialist.
Heavy tar deposits should be removed using Stovax Glass
Cleaner (Stovax Part. 4103 See section 2 page 18).
Ideal working temperature range is 130°C and 240°C
(270°F – 465°F). If you fail to close down your primary air
control once the stove has heated up to this range you may
cause your stove to overfire and the temperature to exceed
the ideal range. Overfiring can cause permanent damage to
your stove and will invalidate your warranty.
11.1 If the stove is not to be used during the warmer periods of
the year it is recommended to clean and service the stove,
see Maintenance and Servicing section, page 18.
10.1 Stove glass blackening:
This occurs as a result of four possible causes:
Incorrect use of airwash – See the detailed operating instructions Sections 4 and 5 page 5 and 6 which show the
correct use of the combustion air controls.
This is caused by burning damp wood and burning your
stove at too low a temperature. To resolve this only use well
seasoned wood and ensure your stove is operating in the
ideal temperature range. Tar is a major cause of chimney
fires - if you experience problems with tar build up, please
consult a chimney sweep before continued use of your
stove.
11. seasonal use
10. troubleshooting
1.
11.2 The air controls should be set in the 50% open position to
keep the appliance ventilated, and stop the build-up of any
moisture inside.
11.3 Before re-lighting the stove remove the baffles, clear any
debris that may have accumulated, and check the flue is
clear of any blockages.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
SHERATON STOVE
Sheraton
Model
Sheraton - 7016 / 7017 / 7027
Wood
kW
8.0
Solid Fuel
kW
8.0
mm
1.25
inch Wg
0.05
Wood
g/s
5.4
Solid
Fuel
g/s
5.1
Wood
°C
337
Solid Fuel
°C
335
mm
150
inch
6
kg
80
Nominal Heat Output
All Fuels
Flue Draught at Nominal Heat Output
Flue Gas Mass Flow
Flue Gas Temperature at Spigot/Socket
Flue Outlet Size (Top or Rear Option)
Weight
Wood
Recommended Fuels
Solid Fuel
Seasoned wood (less than 20% moisture content)
Briquette smokeless fuel suitable for closed appliances.
(Ancit - Phurnacite - Taybrite - Homefire ovals)
As tested to the requirements of EN 13240 for intermittent operation.
2. PACKING LIST
1. STANDARD FEATURES
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•
Primary air (under grate air for full multifuel use) –
(Multifuel stoves only)
Airwash (for woodburning / clean glass)
Riddling grate option for clean de-ashing –
(Multifuel stoves only)
Top or rear flue exit option
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Instructions
Guarantee card
Door handle tool
Flue collar
4 x Legs
SITE REQUIREMENTS
Before installation of this product please read these
instructions fully.
When completing the installation and building works you should
comply with your responsibilities under the Health and Safety at
Work Acts, and any new regulations, which may be introduced
during the lifetime of these instructions.
It is very important to also understand the requirements of the UK
Building Regulations (England and Wales – Document J / Scotland
- Part F, Eire - Document J), along with any local regulations
and working practices that may apply. Should any conflict
occur between these instructions and these regulations then the
regulations shall apply.
A faulty installation could cause danger to the inhabitants and
structure of the building.
Your local Building Control Office would be happy to advise
should questions arise, regarding the requirements of the
regulations.
The stove must be fitted by a HETAS (GB only)/INFO (Eire)
registered installer, or approved by your local building control
officer. Your Stovax dealer should be able to arrange this service
for you.
Your building insurance company may also require you to inform
them that you have installed a new heating appliance, so check
with your insurers that your cover is still valid after installing the
stove.
Sheraton STOVE DIMENSIONS
F
D
G
A
B
C
Description
Sheraton
E
Model
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
7016
7017
7027
630
597
150
550
100
375
115
All dimensions in mm. (25.4 mm = 1”)
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SITE REQUIREMENTS
HEARTH DIMENSIONS
The appliance must stand on a constructional hearth with the
minimum dimensions as shown in the diagram below.
Check that the building has a suitable loadbearing capacity for
the hearth and stove. If in doubt consult a structural engineer for
advice before proceeding.
1200mm
minimum
150mm
minimum
150mm
minimum
Constructional Hearth
840mm minimum
150mm
minimum
Constructional Hearth
840mm minimum
PR7216S
If you are fitting the appliance into an existing hearth setting check
that it complies with the current construction regulations and is at
least the minimum sizes shown.
If you have no existing fireplace or chimney, it is possible
to construct a suitable non-combustible housing and hearth
setting. However, this should be constructed to comply with
the requirements of both current national and local regulations
with the design approved by your local building control officer.
Masonry chimney systems built with clay or concrete liners or
pre-fabricated block systems should be constructed in accordance
with BS 6461 : Part 1. Factory made insulated systems should
comply with BS 4543 : Part 2 and be installed to BS 7566 : Parts
1 to 4.
Remember that any new chimney added to your property may
also require planning permission.
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SITE REQUIREMENTS
WALLS NEXT TO A HEARTH
Thickness W
Solid, non-combustible
material e.g. masonary
or concrete
150mm
minimum
H
C
150mm
minimum
C
PR7217S
Location of Stove
and Hearth
Dimensions of non-combustible material around Stove
Distance ‘C’ Thickness ‘W’
If the hearth touches the wall and the stove is placed 0-50mm from the same wall the non-combustible Zero mm
200mm
material has to be the dimensions as shown
If the hearth touches the wall and the stove is placed 51-300mm from the same wall the non-combustible
Zero mm
75mm
material has to be the dimensions as shown
Height ‘H’
Height of stove + 300mm or
1200mm above the hearth
(take largest dimension)
Height of stove + 300mm or
1200mm above
the hearth
(take largest dimension)
If the hearth does not touch the wall but is less than 150mm from it, the non-combustible material has to be
0-150mm
75mm
1200mm
the dimensions as shown
If the hearth does not touch the wall but is more than 150mm from it, the non-combustible material has to No minimum
Over 150mm
thickness
No minimum height
be the dimensions as shown
Suitable clearance should be allowed around the stove to enable the correct fitting and maintenance of the stove.
Any clearances should be confirmed by making a site survey and a physical check of wall thickness and dimensions.
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PRE-INSTALLATION CHECKS
It is important that adequate ventilation exists and the flue or
chimney system that is to be used is in good working condition.
Products of combustion that enter the room could be a serious
health risk. Before installation of this product we recommend
that the flue or chimney system and ventilation requirements are
inspected by a competent person, and passed as suitable for use
with the appliance to be fitted. In particular the following should
be checked:
1.13 Check the flue draught. This should be done with all
windows and doors closed and any extraction fans in this
or adjoining rooms running at maximum speed. (See next
section for additional ventilation requirements)
1. FLUE OR CHIMNEY
1.1
The construction of the Flue or Chimney system should
meet the requirements of the Building Regulations with
sizes as shown on the next page.
1.2
An approved factory made system suitable for Solid Fuel
use, complying with BS 4543: Part 2, may be used when
installed to the requirements of BS 7566: Parts 1 to 4,
the manufacturer’s instructions and the requirements of
Building Regulations.
1.3
New masonry chimney systems built with clay or concrete
liners or pre-fabricated block systems should be constructed
in accordance with BS 6461 : Part 1, and the requirements
of Building Regulations.
1.4
A flexible flue liner system may be used, if it is
independently certified for use with solid fuel systems, and
is installed according to the manufacturer’s instructions and
the requirements of Building Regulations. If an appliance is
being replaced on an existing flexible flue liner system, the
liner system should be replaced, unless it can be proved
to be recently installed and can be seen to be in good
condition.
1.5
The minimum height of the flue or chimney must be 4.5m
(15') when measured from the hearth to the top of the flue,
with no horizontal sections and a maximum of 4 bends
with angles of less than 45 degrees.
1.7
The flue exit from the building should be positioned to
comply with the requirements of the Building Regulations.
1.8
Any existing flue should be confirmed as suitable for the
new intended use, as defined in the Building Regulations.
1.9
Any existing flue or chimney system must be inspected and
swept by a NACS registered (GB only) chimney sweep, to
confirm that the system is structurally sound and free from
any obstructions.
Note: A guide containing general information on Chimneys
and Flues is obtainable from: -
The British Flue & Chimney Manufacturers’ Association,
FETA
2 Waltham Court
Milley Lane
Hare Hatch
Reading
Berkshire RG10 9TH
Tel: 0118 9403416
e-mail: info@feta.co.uk
1.14 Where a hearth, fireplace, flue or chimney is provided or
extended (including cases where a flue is provided as part
of refurbishment work), information essential to the correct
appliance and use of these should be permanently posted
in the building, to meet Requirement J4 of the Building
Regulations (England and Wales), F3.12 (Scotland).
Do not connect to systems containing large voids or over
230mm square (9" square).
1.6
Max. Draught = 2.0mm Wg
Min. Draught = 1.0mm Wg
1.10 Suitable access should be provided to enable the collection
and removal of debris.
1.11 Provision should be made to sweep and inspect the flue
when the appliance is installed.
1.12 No other heating appliances should be connected to, or
share, the same flue or chimney system.
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Sheraton
PRE-INSTALLATION CHECKS
Model
Sheraton - 7016 / 7017 / 7027
Without liner system
round (diameter)
Flue/Chimney
Size
Without liner system (square)
minimum dimension
With liner or factory made
system (diameter)
installed in accordance with manufacturers instructions
Flue/Chimney
minimum height*
mm
150
inch
6
mm
135
inch
51/2
mm
150
inch
6
m
4.5
feet
15
* When measured from the top of the stove to the top of the flue, with no horizontal sections
and a maximum of 4 bends with angles of less than 45°
2. ADDITIONAL VENTILATION
Additional ventilation will be required to comply with the
requirements of the Building Regulations. This should be
provided using a permanently open air vent, of the size
listed, which is positioned so that it is not liable to be
blocked both inside and outside the building.
2.2
Extractor fans or cooker hoods should not be placed in the
same room or space as the appliance.
2.3
If any of these checks reveal problems do not proceed
with the fitting of the appliance until they have been
rectified.
Sheraton
2.1
Model
Sheraton - 7016/7017/7027
Additional Ventilation
14
mm2
1650
cm2
16.5
in2
2.55
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Because each installation is unique to the property, it is not
possible to give full details to suit every setting. However, the
installation should comply with the requirements of the Building
Regulations and be made using "best practice" construction
methods.
Remember that many fireplace openings will have a supporting
lintel. Do not remove this without making provision to support the
remaining structure of the building. The stove must not form any
part of the supporting structure or support the full flue system.
1.4
Lift the stove into position on the prepared hearth area,
taking care not to damage the hearth finish. Level stove
using foot adjusting bolts.
1.5
Connect the stove to the chimney system, using Stovax
enamelled flue pipe and seal the connecting joints. Typical
top and rear flue connections are shown.
Rear flue pipe installation
1.6
1. INSTALLING THE STOVE
1.1
Care should be taken when handling and fitting stoves
as it is possible to damage the finish with careless
handling and use of tools.
1.2
Assemble the stove as detailed:
• Remove cardboard and polystyrene packaging
• Remove packaging between top baffle and top of stove
by pulling it out through rear flue
• Remove both doors and 4 packages (6 with thermostat
model, ashpan and set of nuts and bolts from the stove
• Remove the grate (fixed grate version only)
• Lay the stove on its back, making sure the top baffle stays
in position and is not damaged
• Bolt the legs to the bottom of the stove, using 1
hexagonal bolt and 1 washer per leg
• Return stove to the upright position
• Fit thermostat (if applicable), following the rear view
diagram opposite, after first removing the knock out panel
by tapping the centre with a pointed hammer
• Replace the grate, ashpan and doors, checking that the
right-hand door closes tightly against the left-hand door
Seal Collar with Fire Cement
Self Tapping Screw
Tee
• Hook ash lip plate on to bottom front of stove
1.3
Decide if the installation is to be top or rear flue exit, and
fit and seal, with fire cement, the flue collar and blanking
plate to suit. The flue collar attaches to the stove backplate
or top plate with hexagonal headed bolts. The blanking
plate is fixed to the unused flue outlet with a clamping bar
secured with a central bolt.
Size
Stovax Part No.
6"
4616
Cap
PR7218S
1.7
Connect a tee by inserting it into the flue spigot and
sealing using fire cement and secure with a suitable self
tapping screw. The cap supplied with the tee is used as
the cleaning access. Do not use a 90° elbow to make this
connection.
Top flue pipe installation
1.8
Typical top flue installation. Flue to be installed in
accordance with flue manufacturers instructions.
Flue Pipe 915mm (3ft)
• (Riddling grate version only) Slacken off central retaining
bolt on riddling lever (see rear view diagram, page 4). Slide
on telescopic lever extension as shown. Re-tighten bolt
Typical rear flue installation. Flue to be installed in
accordance with flue manufacturers instructions.
Size
Stovax Part No.
6"
4602
Self tappping
screw at rear
Seal flue collar with
Fire Cement
PR7219S
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
1.9
Connect a straight piece of flue pipe by inserting it into the
flue spigot and seal using fire cement and secure with a
suitable self tapping screw.
4. FITTING & REMOVAL OF the baffle
To chimney connection
as detailed in building
regulations
Elbow with access cover
600mm min
1000mm max
unsupported
Size
Stovax Part No.
6"
4612
4.1
To maintain safe and efficient combustion the stove is fitted
with a baffle in the top of the firebox.
4.2
4.3
Allow the stove to cool fully before removing baffle system.
4.4
Slide right hand firebrick towards front of the stove. Lift up
towards the centre and ease out.
4.5
Repeat the procedure with the left hand brick.
4.6
Replace baffles, starting with the upper left. Ease the upper
right hand baffle into position by reversing the procedure
above.
Flue Pipe 915mm (3ft)
Size
Stovax Part No.
6"
4602
PR7220S
4.7 Replace both side firebricks and slide back into original
positions.
2. REMOVAL OF THE LOG GUARD
2.1
Remove the log guard by lifting clear of the supporting
brackets and rotating to clear the sides of the door opening.
The stove should not be used without the log guard in
position.
3. FITTING & REMOVAL OF FIREBRICKS
(2 SIDES - 1 REAR)
3.1
As part of the routine maintenance of the stove you may
have to remove the firebricks from the stove. This can be
carried out without the use of tools.
3.2
Allow the stove to cool fully before removing firebricks.
3.3
Care should be taken when handling bricks, as they can
become fragile after a period of use. This is normal and the
life will depend on the type of fuels burnt and the level of
use.
3.4
Damaged bricks should be replaced as soon as possible.
3.5
To remove the firebricks first remove the side bricks and
then slide the rear bricks forward and then remove these.
3.6
Care should be taken when handling bricks, as they can
become fragile after a period of use. This is normal and the
life will depend on the type of fuels burnt and the level of
use.
Remove baffle support from front edge of baffle.
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COMMISSIONING
1.1
Replace the firebricks, baffle, and log retainer.
1.2
Check the door alignment and catch operation, adjust if
required.
1.3
Inspect the door seals for damage and check the operation
of the air controls.
1.4
Carry out a final smoke draw test, by first warming the
flue with a blowlamp, or similar, for about 10 minutes.
Then place a smoke pellet on the centre of the grate, with
the air controls open, and close the door. Smoke should
now be drawn up the flue and be seen to exit from the
flue terminal. This test should be completed with all doors
and windows in the room where the stove is fitted closed.
Should this test fail the suitability of the flue system and
ventilation should be re-checked. An inadequate air supply
to the room in which the stove is installed could lead to the
escape of gasses which is potentially dangerous.
1.5
Light the appliance and gently allow the temperature
to increase slowly to operating levels. Check that no
combustion products are entering the room. When the
stove has reached a steady operating condition open the
main firedoor and carry out a spillage test with a smoke
match or pellet around the door opening.
1.6
If excessive spillage does occur allow the appliance to
cool and re-check the suitability of the flue system and
ventilation.
1.7
Explain the safe operation of the stove and the use of
the controls to the user, along with the need to only use
suitable fuels. Also, explain the cleaning and routine
maintenance requirements.
1.8
Explain the requirement to use a suitable fireguard when
children, elderly or infirm persons may be near the
appliance.
1.9
Record dealer/supplier details and installer details in
Instructions.
1.10 Record serial number in Instructions. This number will be
required when ordering spare parts and making warranty
claims, see Section 1 General, page 4 for location.
1.11 Give the copy of the Instructions to the customer.
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MAINTENANCE and SERVICING
See chart on page 19 for common spare parts refered to in this section.
For a complete list of spare parts and accessories contact your Stovax dealer for the
Stovax Fireplace, Stove & Hearth Accessories brochure or call 01392 474011
on how to remove the baffles and firebricks. Care should be
taken when handling firebricks, as they can become fragile
after a period of use.
1. GENERAL CLEANING
1.1
1.2
1.3
Before any cleaning is carried out, allow stove to cool
thoroughly to avoid risk of burns.
We would recommend that your stove be cleaned fully
on a regular basis, according to the level of use. Attention
should be given to cleaning the baffle system, flueways and
removing ash. Regular cleaning and preventive maintenance
will help give many years of safe use.
Matt black stoves may be cleaned using either Stovax
Collodial Black stove or Stovax Traditional Grate Polish. To
refresh painted finishes it is possible to re-paint using Stovax
Thermolac stove paint.
Enamel finishes may be cleaned using warm soapy water
and a soft clean cloth. Wipe dry with a soft clean cloth
before re-lighting. Do not leave unit without drying, as this
may cause rust. Do not use abrasive cleaner or cleaning
pads to clean enamel finishes.
2. CLEANING GLASS
2.1
While the correct use of the Airwash system, and good quality
fuel, will generally keep the glass clean when the appliance is
used you may sometimes need to clean the glass.
2.2
This can be done as follows. Allow the stove to cool fully,
never attempt to clean hot glass. Any deposits can be
removed using a soft cloth and Stovax Glass Cleaner (Stovax
Part No 3046). Ensure ther glass cleaner does not come into
contact with painted or metal surfaces as it may damage the
finish.
2.3
Before re-lighting the appliance, dry the glass fully.
2.4
Do not use abrasive cleaner or cleaning pads.
4.1
4.3
Clean the internal surfaces of the stove using a wire brush
and scraper as required. Vacuum and brush the resulting
debris from the stove.
4.4
Clean the grate parts with a wire brush, and check the parts
for any damage. Replace any damaged parts.
4.5
Check and clean the firebricks with a soft brush. Replace
any broken bricks. It is normal for some surface damage to
occur during use and the life will depend on the type of
fuels burnt and the level of use. Damaged bricks should be
replaced as soon as possible.
4.6
Re-fit cleaned internal parts.
4.7
Remove the glass from the door, see section 8, page 19 and
discard all old rope seals.
4.8
Remove the door rope seal from the outer edge of the door
and clean the old glue from the door sealing rope groove.
4.9
Clean the door glass using Stovax Stove Glass cleaner and
a soft cloth. Do not use abrasive cleaners to remove tar or
soot deposits from the glass.
4.11 Fit new door rope seal, gluing it in place with Stovax
Thermic Seal rope adhesive. Press the new door sealing
rope into the locating groove, placing the joint in the
middle of the lower edge of the door. When fitting new
door seals we recommend closing the stove door and
leaving for at least 12 hours before using. This allows the
adhesive to fully bond to the seal before use.
We would recommend that to maintain the safe and
efficient use of the appliance the flue / chimney is inspected
and swept at least once a year, by a NACS registered (UK
only)/INFO registered (Eire only) chimney sweep, who will
issue you with a certificate.
4.12 Lightly oil the door catch mechanism and hinge pins. Avoid
getting oil onto the door seals and glass.
4. ANNUAL SERVICE
Vacuum clean any remaining ash and debris from the inside
of the stove. Stovax offer a filter/collection attachment for
your vaccuum cleaner to protect it from fire ash. Ash Clean
(Stovax Part No. 2091).
4.10 Replace the glass edge seal with new and re-fit the glass into
place in the door.
3. CHIMNEY SWEEPING
3.1
4.2
4.13 To refresh painted finishes it is possible to re-paint using
Stovax Thermolac stove paint.
At the end of the heating season it is recommended once
the stove is cold to strip, inspect and clean as detailed:
4.14 We recommend that only genuine Stovax replacement
parts are used to keep your appliance in safe and efficient
working order. Your local Stovax dealer will be able to
provide you with the genuine parts you require.
Carefully remove all of the following internal parts; baffle,
firebricks, *complete grate, and *ashpan (*If multifuel
stove). See sections 2, 3 and 4 (page 16) for the instructions
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MAINTENANCE and SERVICING
This is a list of the maintenance products you may need to use
Task
Product name
Stove glass cleaner 500ml
(wipe on)
4111
Stove glass cleaner
(spray on)
4103
Protector (15 sachets)
7002
Protector (1kg tub)
7025
Fire Cement (500g tub)
2020
Fire Cement (600g cartridge)
2021
Thermolac Black
(400ml aerosol)
2019
Thermolac Black
(200ml brush-on)
2057
Cleaning matt
black stoves
Colloidal black (85ml)
7000
Protecting your
hands
Heat resistant leather gloves
4008
Glass cleaning
Preventing buildup of creosote in
flue
Sealing flue pipe
joints
Re-painting
Door sealing rope 10mm Soft rope seal
4948
Ceramic sealing strip
(10 mpack)
4093
3mm Black rope seal
(handy pack)
4975
3mm Black rope seal
(25m reel)
4974
Glass seal
Glass sealing tape
Thermic seal glue (50ml bottle)
Ash Clean
Vaccuum Cleaner Attachment
5. REMOVAL OF THE LOG GUARD
Stovax Code
Number
5.1
Remove the log guard by lifting clear of the supporting
brackets and rotating to clear the sides of the door opening.
The stove should not be used without the log guard in
position.
6. FITTING & REMOVAL OF FIREBRICKS
(2 SIDES - 1 REAR)
6.1
As part of the routine maintenance of the stove you may
have to remove the firebricks from the stove. This can be
carried out without the use of tools.
6.2
Allow the stove to cool fully before removing firebricks.
6.3
Care should be taken when handling bricks, as they can
become fragile after a period of use. This is normal and the
life will depend on the type of fuels burnt and the level of
use.
6.4
Damaged bricks should be replaced as soon as possible.
6.5
To remove the firebricks first remove the side bricks and
then slide the rear bricks forward and then remove these.
6.6
Care should be taken when handling bricks, as they can
become fragile after a period of use. This is normal and the
life will depend on the type of fuels burnt and the level of
use.
7. FITTING & REMOVAL OF the baffle
5037
7.1
2091
These products, all available from your local Stovax dealer,
along with regular maintenance and use of the correct
fuels, will help you to keep your stove in the best possible
condition.
For instuctions on the fitting and removal of the baffle
system see Section 4 Fitting & Removal of the Baffle page 16.
8. FITTING A NEW DOOR GLASS
ALL MODELS
4.15 If you require more information about Stovax products visit
our web site www.stovax.com
4.16 When using the stove for the first time again it is best to
burn the fire at a low output for the first day of use. This
will allow the new seals to settle and all new fixing glues
and paint to fully cure.
4.17 During this time, the stove may give off some unpleasant
odours, and we recommend that you keep the room well
ventilated during this period to avoid a build-up of fumes.
4.18 If you require help, your local Stovax dealer will be able to
carry out all of your service and maintenance requirements
for a reasonable cost.
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8.1
To maintain the safe use of your stove you may need to
replace a damaged door glass. To complete this operation,
use this method.
8.2
Remove the door, by opening, removing the hinge pins and
lifting the door free of the hinge blocks. Then lie the door
face down on a soft flat surface, to protect the paintwork
and glass.
MAINTENANCE and SERVICING
Seal 14mm
Fixing Screw (x10)
Glass (x2)
Seal 10mm x 2mm
Glass Seal (3mm)
Fixing Clip (x4)
Door (x2)
8.3
Using a screwdriver remove the glass clip fixing screws. The
old glass can then be lifted clear of the door. (Note how
the 3mm sealing rope is placed between the glass and the
door.) Remember to dispose of the old glass safely.
8.4
Clean and re-paint the rear of the door if required. Clean
the screws with light oil and coat with high temperature
anti-seize grease, this will aid future removal.
8.5
Fit a new sealing rope between the new glass and the door,
and place the glass into position in the door. Place the glass
fixing clips in to position and re-fix with the clean fixing
screws, tighten the screws evenly until the clips hold the
glass. Do not over tighten the clips as this could break the
glass.
8.6
Fit only original Stovax ceramic glass, which is suitable to
use in high temperature applications.
8.7
Using the stove with a damaged door glass could cause
dangerous fumes to enter the room, or the stove to overfire,
resulting in damage.
To maintain the safe use of your stove you may need to
replace a damaged or worn door sealing rope. To complete
this operation, use this method.
9.2
Remove the door from the stove, by opening, removing
the hinge pins and lifting the door free of the hinge blocks.
Then lie the door face down on a soft flat surface, to
protect the paintwork and glass.
Remove the old rope and scrape old glue from the locating
groove. Clean the locating groove with a clean dry cloth to
remove all old dust and debris.
9.4
Squeeze a generous bead of fresh Stovax Thermic Seal glue
into the rope locating groove. Press the new Stovax rope
into the locating groove, placing the joint in the middle of
the lower edge of the door.
9.5
Refit the door and close the door to apply pressure to the
new rope. Leave the stove closed for at least 12 hours
before lighting the stove and using at a low output for
approximately one day.
9.6
Using the stove with a damaged door seal could cause
dangerous fumes to enter the room, or the stove to overfire,
resulting in damage.
9. fitting a new door seal
ALL MODELS
9.1
9.3
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BASIC SPARE PARTS LIST
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BASIC SPARE PARTS LIST
Part No.
Descritpion
Casting No.
Part No.
Descritpion
Casting No.
SH1
Blanking Plate
54792/175
SH33
Long Leg
54792/020
SH2
Flue Adapter
54792/180
SH34
Ashpan
SH4
Side Plate
54792/120
SH36
Door Handle Assembly, LH
SH6
Front Plate
54792/060
SH37
Riddling Grate
54792/057
SH7
Leg
54792/010
SH38
Riddling Grate Support
54792/052
SH8
Lip Plate
54792/040
SH39
Front Grate Frame
54792/058
SH9
Base Plate
54792/030
SH40
Back Grate Frame
54792/059
SH10
Door Frame - LH
54792/025
SH41
Riddling Lever Tool
54792/485
SH11
Door Frame - RH
54792/070
SH42
Riddling Lever Extension
54792/490
SH13
Door Catch Assembly - RH
SH43
Top Plate
54792/120
SH16
Draught Adjuster
SH44
Implement Tool, ashpan
SH17
Baffle - 2 piece
SH45
Riddling Lever
SH18
Side Firebrick
SH46
Baffle Support
SH19
Rear Firebrick - 2 piece
SH51
Glass Clip Screw
SH20
Airwash Plate
54792/065
SH53
Door Complete - LH
SH21
Blanking Plate Clamp
54792/176
SH54
Door Complete - RH
SH22
Grate, fixed
54792/055
SH55
Riddling Connecting Rod
SH23
Base Plate, for fixed grate (2pc)
54792/050
SH56
Spring, draught adjuster
SH30
Smoke Leader
54792/210
SH57
Knob, draught adjuster
SH31
Thermostat Assembly
GL0038
Door Glass
SH32
Back Plate
BR43
Glass Panel Clip
54792/062
54792/150
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CARE OF YOUR STOVE
To help you get the best performance from your Stove and keep it in good condition, inside and out, Stovax offers a wide range of cleaning
and maintenance products as well as a host of accessories to help you enjoy the maximum pleasure from your stove. Your Stovax retailer will
be able to provide full details but here is a brief list of items that may be of interest:
Product Description
Code
3047
Extra long matches
4293
Fire lighters
5039
Gas lighter
4052
Log basket
3048
Wood sling - for easy carrying of logs
3016
Log tongs
4027
Extra long protective gloves
3046
Stove pipe thermometer
5038
Hearthgate - 5 section (for areas 1780x610mm)
5044
Hearthgate - 7 section (for areas 1780x405mm)
4227
Ash caddy - 382x102x306mm
4228
Ash caddy - 446x102x306mm
4229
Ash caddy - 382x102x459mm
4230
Ash caddy - 637x127x408mm
4231
Ash caddy - 306x178x459mm
2091
Ashclean vacuum cleaner attachment
4232
Steel brush
Your retailer will also be able to provide genuine spare parts such as replacement glass, door sealing rope and fire bricks, as and when
required. Remember, an annual service is recommended to keep your appliance in best possible condition.
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SERVICE RECORDS
1ST SERVICE
2ND SERVICE
Date of Service:...........................................................................
Date of Service:...........................................................................
Next Service Due:.......................................................................
Next Service Due:.......................................................................
Signed:........................................................................................
Signed:........................................................................................
Dealer's Stamp/HETAS Registration Number
Dealer's Stamp/HETAS Registration Number
3RD SERVICE
4TH SERVICE
Date of Service:...........................................................................
Date of Service:...........................................................................
Next ServiceDue:........................................................................
Next Service Due:.......................................................................
Signed:........................................................................................
Signed:........................................................................................
Dealer's Stamp/HETAS Registration Number
Dealer's Stamp/HETAS Registration Number
5TH SERVICE
6TH SERVICE
Date of Service:...........................................................................
Date ofService:............................................................................
Next Service Due:.......................................................................
Next Service Due:.......................................................................
Signed:........................................................................................
Signed:........................................................................................
Dealer's Stamp/HETAS Registration Number
Dealer's Stamp/HETAS Registration Number
7TH SERVICE
8TH SERVICE
Date of Service:...........................................................................
Date of Service:...........................................................................
Next Service Due:.......................................................................
Next Due:........................................................................
Signed:........................................................................................
Signed:........................................................................................
Dealer's Stamp/HETAS Registration Number
Dealer's Stamp/HETAS Registration Number
9TH SERVICE
10TH SERVICE
Date of Service:...........................................................................
Date of Service:...........................................................................
Next Due:........................................................................
Next Service Due:.......................................................................
Signed:........................................................................................
Signed:........................................................................................
Dealer's Stamp/HETAS Registration Number
Dealer's Stamp/HETAS Registration Number
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