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Operating & Installation Manual
SOLUTION
RANGE OF STOVES
PLEASE RETAIN THIS GUIDE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
BK060
EN 13240:2001+
Amd. A2:2004
Rev 08
August 2010
Part No. AFS1370
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Congratulations on your choice of a Hamlet Stove
More than 20 years experience has been put into the
development of our Solution range to ensure ultimate
performance and years of trouble free use and enjoyment
Every detail of the stove has been carefully designed and
engineered which is why we are so confident in the reliability
of our products.
Should you have any questions about our Solution stoves
that are not covered by this manual, please contact the
Hamlet retailer in your area, or call our technical support
All Hamlet Solution stoves are approved to European
Standard EN 13240 and CE marked.
These appliances listed within this manual have been
approved by HETAS Ltd as an intermittent operating
appliance for burning wood only.
Copyright 2008
Arada Ltd
This booklet has copyright and may not be
copied in whole, or part, or used for any
purpose other than that for which it is supplied
without express written consent from Arada
Ltd
PLEASE NOTE— Arada has a policy of continuous product development and therefore we
reserve the right to amend the specification without prior notice.
Due to printing cycles, items or options may be described before they are generally available
or after they have ceased, so please check with your retailer or dealer.
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Contents
Page No.
INTRODUCTION
Page No.
SERVICE & MAINTENANCE
Warning Notice
4
Annual Maintenance
17
Safety Notices
5
Cleaning
17
The Principle Of The Stove
5
Chimney Sweeping
17
6-7
Door Glass
17
Data Plate Information
7
Outer Finish
17
Technical data
8
Summer Storage / Non Usage
18
Adjusting The Door Hinges
18
Check List
INSTALLATION
General Precautions
9
Fuel Retaining Bar - Inspection
18
Handling
9
Fire Door Rope Replacement
19
Hearth
9
Fire Door Glass Replacement
19-20
Combustible Materials
9
Disassemble The Primary Air Control
20
Air For Combustion
9
Service Record
21
Fitting The Flue Outlet & Hotplate
10
OPERATING INSTRUCTION
Sealing The Terminals
10
Fuel Types
22
Lighting The Stove
22
Burning Wood
23
Reduced Burning
23
Flues & Chimneys
Adjusting The Self Levelling Feet
Firebox Liner Panels
10-13
14
14-15
Final Check
15
Over Firing & Chimney Fires
24
Building Control Consent Checklist
16
Ash Removal
24
Air Inlet Controls
25
Fuel Retainer Bars
25
Multi Purpose Operating Tool
26
Main Fire Door handle
27
OPTIONAL EXTRA/ACCESSORIES
28
SPARE PARTS LIST
29-31
GUARANTEE
32-33
FACTORY CHECK LIST
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WARNING
IT IS A LEGAL REQUIREMENT THAT THE INSTALLATION OF ALL
NEW OR REPLACEMENT, WOOD OR SOLIDFUEL HEATING
APPLIANCES ARE REQUIRED TO OBTAIN BUILDING CONTROL
APPROVAL FROM YOUR LOCAL AUTHORITY OR THE
INSTALLATION WORK MUST BE CARRIED OUT THROUGH A
GOVERNMENT APPROVED COMPETENT PERSONS SCHEME
SUCH AS OPERATED BY HETAS.
IF IN DOUBT, CONTACT HETAS LIMITED
TELEPHONE NUMBER : 0845 634 5626
www.hetas.co.uk
THIS STOVE MUST NOT BE CONNECTED
TO A SHARED FLUE SYSTEM
TO ALL USERS
PETROLEUM COKE
SOME OF WHOSE BRAND NAMES ARE
„CALCO’, ‘PETROCOKE’ AND ‘WONDERCO’
MUST NOT BE BURNED IN THIS APPLIANCE
BITUMINOUS HOUSE COAL
SHOULD NEVER BE USED IN YOUR STOVE
TO USE THESE FUELS WILL INVALIDATE
THE APPLIANCE GUARANTEE.
IF IN DOUBT CONTACT THE SOLID FUEL ASSOCIATION
TELEPHONE NUMBER 0845 601 4406
www.solidfuel.co.uk
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INTRODUCTION
SAFETY
THE PRINCIPLE OF THE STOVE
A fireguard conforming to BS 8423:2002
should be used in the presence of children
and old or infirm people.
Please note, this appliance should be used
with the fire door closed at all times except
when re-fuelling or de-ashing.
Your Hamlet stove is built to the highest
standard of craftsmanship using the best
materials and the most modern equipment
available. It is a highly efficient and sophisticated
piece of machinery and when properly installed
and operated should provide a lifetime of
heating satisfaction.
Do not use aerosol sprays or any other
flammable materials near the appliance
under fire.
Do not fit an extractor fan in the same
room as the appliance.
Fire cement is caustic, hand and eye
protection should always be worn,
prolonged contact with the skin should be
avoided.
Arada Ltd will not be responsible for any
consequential or incidental loss or
injury however caused.
Before continuing any further, with the
installation of this appliance please read the
following guide to manual handling.
 Always obtain assistance when lifting the
appliance
Safety is the most important consideration when
installing your fire. If not properly installed and
operated a house fire may result. Installation
must comply with the Building Regulations and
conform to all safety standards.
Hamlet produce a variety of appliances ranging
from the traditional to the modern in style and
appearance, all bristling with „High Tech‟
features.
The fire door is fitted with a special high
temperature ceramic glass panel through which
the fire can be viewed.
The stove is lined with firebricks or heat
reflective panels which ensure complete
combustion and provide a good heat store to
even out fluctuations in burning.
 When lifting always keep your back straight,
bend your legs not your back.
 Avoid twisting at the waist. It is better to




reposition your feet.
Avoid upper body/top heavy bending. Do
not lean forwards or sideways when
handling the fire
Always grip with the palms of your hands
do not use your fingertips for support
Always keep the stove as close to the body
as possible as this will minimise the
cantilever action.
Use gloves to provide additional grip.
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An internal throat plate produces turbulence to
encourage secondary combustion and direct the
flue gas around the whole upper firebox before
allowing it to escape up the chimney.
Hamlet stoves are also fitted with an „air wash‟
so called because it provides a curtain of high
speed preheated air behind the glass to help
keep it clean and provide secondary air/over
draught.
The provision of two inlets on all stoves gives a
wide range of primary / secondary air, under
draught / over draught combinations. The
optimum setting will only be established by
experience in firing the appliance, and will
depend on the type of fuel, the position of the
appliance in the house, and conditions of
the chimney etc.
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CHECK LIST
Inside the appliance body you should find the following:
Part Description & Visual Aid
( Not To Scale )
Hamlet
SOL 5
Hamlet
SOL 7
Hamlet
SOL 9
Hamlet
SOL 11
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1, ( 4" )
1, ( 5" )
1, ( 5" )
1, ( 6" )
1, ( 4" )
1, ( 5" )
1, ( 5" )
1, ( 6" )
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1. Fuel Retainers
2. Throat Plate
3. Flue Spigot
4. Hot Plate
5. Ash Pan
6. Operating Tool
7. Instruction Manual
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CHECK LIST
Inside the appliance you should find the following :
Part Description & Visual Aid
( Not To Scale )
Hamlet
SOL 5
Hamlet
SOL 7
Hamlet
SOL 9
Hamlet
SOL 11
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
8. Side Liners
9. Rear Liners
10. Wood Burning Tray
11. Kooler To Touch Door Handle
Data Plate
Location
Data Plate Information
Please Note All Solution stoves are fitted with a data plate located on the
bottom right hand side of the stove. The data given is that
registered on the HETAS website on the output and performance of the stove.
The CE mark indicates that the stove performance has been
independently certified by a competent body.
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TECHNICAL DATA
Hamlet
SOL 5
Hamlet
SOL 7
Hamlet
SOL 9
Hamlet
SOL 11
Nominal Heat Output (Kw)
5.1
6.1
8.8
11
Efficiency Nett (%)
74.7
72.1
71.6
74.7
Mean Flue Gas Temperature (c)
306
363
364
370
Mean CO Emission @ 13% O² (%)
0.58
0.58
0.68
0.71
Flue Mass Gas Flow (g/s)
4.4
4.9
6.9
6.9
Rear-625
Sides-525
Rear-650
Sides-450
Rear-750
Sides-500
Rear-800
Sides-500
Height (mm)
522
558
600
605
Width (mm)
397
476
586
672
Depth (mm) (Inc. Handle)
388
386
396
442
Height To Centre Of Rear Flue (mm)
424
449
485
478.5
Depth From Back To Centre Of Flue
(mm)
94
109
102.5
141
Flue Diameter (mm)
102 (4”)
127 (5”)
127 (5”)
152 (6”)
Weight Packed (Kg)
57
68
79
106
Weight Nett (Kg)
54
64
75
101
TECHNICAL DATA
Minimum Distance To Combustible
Materials (mm)**
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INSTALLATION
GENERAL PRECAUTIONS
HEARTH
Note : All local regulations, including those referring to National and European standards need to
be complied with, when installing the appliance.
The Building Regulations for England and Wales
2000 ref Approved Document J 2002 edition
(issued by the DTLR).
The Building Standards (Scotland) (Consolidation)
Regulations.
Detailed recommendations for installation of
appliances, chimneys and flues are outlined in the
current issue of the following British Standards :
BS6461, BS8303 & BS4543.
The stove shall be installed on a floor with
adequate load bearing capacity. If the existing
construction does not meet this prerequisite,
suitable measures (e.g.: load distributing plate)
should be taken to achieve it.
Ideally, the appliance should stand on a
constructional hearth of non-combustible
materials not less than 125mm (5”) thick
conforming to Building Regulations.
Dimensions of the hearth should project at least
300mm (12”) forward of the front of the appliance
and 150mm (6”) at the sides.
The surface of the hearth should be free of
combustible materials. In most buildings with solid
concrete or stone floors, the requirement will be
met by the floor itself, but mark the hearth to
ensure floor coverings are kept well away or use
different levels to mark the hearth perimeter.
Any Manufacturer’s Instructions must not be
taken as overriding statutory
requirements.
Before any installation work is undertaken consideration must be given to the Health and
Safety at Work Act 1974. Safe working practices should be followed at all times.
During installation ensure that adequate
precautions are taken to avoid unnecessary risk to
yourself or any householder. In
particular the danger from caustic nature of the fire
cement should be avoided by using these accepted methods :
 Wear gloves when handling fire cement
 Wear goggles when chiselling or looking up
chimneys.
Make sure that Building Regulations are adhered
to during installation along with any local by-laws.
In the case of heating systems make sure that the
pipe work is correctly bonded to ensure electrical
earth continuity.
ASBESTOS
All Hamlet stoves contain no asbestos in their
manufacture or construction. If there is a possibility
of disturbing any asbestos in the course of the
installation, then please seek specialist guidance
and use appropriate protective equipment.
HANDLING
By the time you read this, you will appreciate the
weight of the appliance. The safety & handling
guidelines (as set out on page 5) of this manual
should be followed.
To make movement easier internal fittings, fuel
retainers, grates, firebox liners, flue outlets, hot
plates, throat plates etc, can be removed.
Care should be taken to make sure that the hinges
are not damaged during installation.
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COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS
Please view the technical data (see page 8) and
observe the minimum distance to combustible
materials, which is applicable to your stove model.
Ideally, adjacent walls should be of suitable non
combustible construction, preferably brickwork.
In large fireplaces take care that any supporting
beam is protected by a 13mm (0.5”) sheet of
Masterboard or Superlux spaced 13mm (0.5”) off
the surface with strips of non combustible material.
Make sure that there is a gap between an
un-insulated flue system and any combustible
material. This gap must be at least 3X the outside
diameter of the flue pipe, or 1.5X the flue diameter
to non combustible surfaces. See illustration on
page 13.
AIR FOR COMBUSTION
There must always be a permanent means of
providing air for combustion into the room in which
the stove is installed. A permanent vent with a total
free area of at least 550mm² for every KW rated
above 5KW should be connected directly to the
outside air or to an adjacent room which itself has
a permanent vent of the same size direct to the
outside air. The positioning of any air vent must be
such that it cannot be liable to blockage or
obstruction.
Please note : The fitting of an
extractor fan to either of these rooms is NOT
permitted.
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INSTALLATION
FITTING THE FLUE OUTLET AND
HOT PLATE
The flue outlet spigot is found packed inside the
appliance . The hot plate (blanking plate) is supplied fitted to the top opening and is removed by
turning clockwise (as is the flue outlet).
Spread a very thin layer of fire cement on the
mating faces of the flue outlet and the hot plate. Fit
the outlet to the appliance in the desired position.
Lock into place by rotating anti-clockwise and
tighten by tapping with a block of wood and mallet
from inside of the appliance. Similarly, fit the hot
plate (blanking plate) to the unused opening. Clean
off any surplus fire cement.
Place appliance on the hearth and make sure that
it is level and does not rock.
Connect the chimney ensuring all joints are sealed
with fire cement.
Flue
Pipe
Inside
Outer
Spigot
Fig. 1. Flue & Spigot Fitting
Note : The flue pipe must be fitted inside the outlet
spigot. Failure to do so could result in the spillage
of condensation running down the flue ( See Fig 1 ).
SEALING OF TERMINALS
If an add in boiler is not to be fitted, please ensure that the two partially cut circular terminals
(located on the rear of the appliance) are sealed
with fire cement, and thus preventing surplus air
entering the firebox, resulting in less efficiency and
poor fuel consumption.
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FLUES AND CHIMNEYS
The flue draw is critical on any installation and
should be checked to ensure that it matches what
is specified. If it is higher than recommended,
provision must be made to correct the over draw.
The draw can vary in different weather conditions
and the customer should be made aware of this.
Failure to correct an over-drawing flue will
invalidate the warranty.
Please remember that chimney draught is
dependent on four main factors :

Flue gas temperature

Flue height

Flue size

Flue terminal
The stove must be connected to a suitable and
efficient flue so that products of combustion
(fumes) from the stove are expelled to the outside
air. To ensure a good up draught it is important
that the flue gases are kept warm and that the flue
size suits the stove. The termination of the outlet at
the top of the flue also needs to comply with Building
Regulations. The minimum effective height of the
flue must be at least 4.5 metres from the top of the
stove to the top of the flue outlet. When warm the
flue draught should be between 0.1 to 0.2 mbar
A chimney may comply with regulations but could
still be subject to down draught and similar
problems. A chimney terminating above the ridge
level is generally less likely to suffer such problems
If a new chimney is being provided it should fully
comply with the relevant Building Regulations that
specify the requirements for solid fuel burning
installations. Suitable types of chimney include the
following :
Masonry Chimney : Built with clay or concrete
liners, or a chimney block system meeting Building
Regulations. These types of chimney should be
installed in accordance with the Building
Regulations and BS 6461:Part 1.
Factory Made Insulated Chimney : Complying
with BS 4543:Part 2 (often called “Class 1
prefabricated metal chimney”). These types of
chimney should be installed in accordance with
Building Regulations and BS 7566: Parts 1 to 4.
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INSTALLATION
Due to the gradual introduction of Europe Chimney
Standards chimneys will be specified according to
their performance designation as defined in BS EN
1443 that covers the General Requirements for
chimneys. The minimum performance designation
required for use with solid fuel burning stoves is
T450 N2 S D3.
The flue and chimney installation must be carefully
checked by a competent person before fitting the
stove to ensure it is suitable and will work safely.
If the chimney is old (ie: built of brick or stone
without a liner) or being opened up for reuse
additional checks and smoke testing as described
in Appendix E of the Approved Document J 2002
Edition should also be carried out to ensure the
flue and chimney are good operating condition.
Check existing flue is in good condition with
suitable access for collection and removal of
debris. If the flue size is more than 225mm (9”)
diameter or 200mm (8”) X 200mm (8”) square, a
suitable lining of 150mm (6”) diameter should be
fitted, or if the flue length is over 5.5 metres one
size larger than the appliance outlet should be fitted. This should be a double skin stainless steel
flexible liner that is independently certified for use
with solid fuel. Details of suitable linings for use
with wood & solid fuel are given in the Official
HETAS guide that can be viewed on their website
at www.hetas.co.uk.
It is also important that suitable flue pipe complying
with the Building Regulations is used to connect
the stove to the flue in the chimney and that suitable access is provided into the flue for regular
inspection and sweeping of the flue ways.
The installer should comply with Building Regulations requirements in respect of providing a Notice
Plate giving details on the chimney, flue lining,
hearth and fireplace installation. Approved Document J of the Building Regulations for England &
Wales is available from The Stationary Bookshops
and can also be viewed at the ODPM website at
www.safety.odpm.gov.uk/bregs/brads.htm.
the rear outlet of the appliance is used, in which
case the horizontal section should not exceed
150mm (6”) in length.
If the stove appears to be working hard but produces very little output to the room it is likely that
excess draw is present in the chimney, and that
heat is being sucked out of the appliance and up
the chimney. If this is the case we recommend the
fitting of a draught stabiliser in preference to a flue
damper, in the interest of safety and efficiency.
FOR ALL APPLIANCES
Access for cleaning the flue should be
incorporated in the system other than through the
appliance (eg: a soot door or access through
register plate). Purpose made soot doors and inspection lengths are available from manufacturers
of all systems. Ensure that the whole length of the
flue can be reached from the soot door.
Note: if the appliance is fitted with a draught
stabiliser or if one is fitted to the flue pipe or
chimney in the same room as the appliance,
then the permanent air entry opening (or
Openings) should be increased by 300 mm²
for each KW of rated output.
For advice on flues and chimneys contact:
NACE (National Association of Chimney
Engineers) Telephone : 01526 322555
www.nace.org.uk
OR
NACS (National Association of Chimney
Sweeps) Telephone : 01785 811732
www.chimneyworks.co.uk
OR
HETAS (Official Body To Approve Solidfuel
Domestic Heating Appliances)
Telephone : 0845 6345626
www.hetas.co.uk
Details on the relevant Building Regulations and
BS British Standards are given in the “ General
Precautions” section of these instructions.
Chimneys should be as straight as possible.
Horizontal runs should be avoided except where
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NOTE - Under no circumstances should this
appliance be connected to a shared flue system, that
serves any other heating appliance.
Minimum 150mm
(6”) Diameter Flue
Maximum 150mm
(6”) Horizontal
Flue Section
Soot Door
Fire Retardant
Rope Packing
Maximum 100mm (4”)
Brick Up Aperture
Fill Void
TYPICAL REAR FLUE OUTLET (as per BS 8303-1)
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Typical Metal Insulated Chimney System
Installed To The Chimney Manufactures
Instructions In Compliance With Building Regulations
And BS 7566 Part 1 to 4
PLAN VIEW OF REGISTER PLATE AND
CLEARANCES FOR NON INSULATED FLUES
(Plan View Of Steel Register Plate, 1.5mm Thick
Minimum )
Non
Combustible
Register
Plate.
Minimum
1.5mm Thick
Steel.
TYPICAL TOP FLUE OUTLET (as per BS 8303-1)
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INSTALLATION
ADJUSTING THE SELF
LEVELLING FEET
The Hamlet Solution stoves are equipped with
adjustable rear levelling feet, these are ideal for
use where the hearth surface is not flat or level.
Adjustment is as follows :


Position the stove on the hearth into its final
resting place, ensuring room for the flue
connections etc.
On the rear leg of the stove, loosen the pozi
screw, and rotate the inner „cam‟ shaped
levelling foot until this touches the hearth.
(see fig. 2.)

Re-tighten the pozi screw. Check the stove
is level with a spirit level.

Repeat for the other rear leg.
FIREBOX LINER PANELS
The Hamlet Solution stoves use firebox liner
panels to the sides and back. The throat plate sits
on top of the sides and rear panels. These should
come fitted to your stove, if however they are not,
proceed as follows to fit them.

Open the fire door.

Remove the two round front fuel retaining
bars, by lifting one end free of the bracket
and sliding the remaining end out from the
bracket.

Set the small liner (s) into the back of the
firebox.

Insert side liner panels. (See Fig. 3)

Fit the throat plate with the single bend and
two cut outs to the front facing up. The
projecting lugs sit on top of the side liners.
The long centre tab on the back edge rests
on the rear liners. The shorter turn down
tabs against the vertical face.
(See Fig.4 & 5)

Replace the front fuel retaining bars.
Note: Neither the rear firebox liners nor the
side firebox liners are ‘handed’, both faces are
suitable for direct contact with the fire bed.
Note : Cracking of the lining panels does not
effect efficiency.
Fig. 2. Adjusting The Rear Feet
Overall View Of Liners &
Throat Plate Assembly
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FINAL CHECK LIST
Before handing over the installation to the
customer it is a requirement under Document J
that the appliance is lit and the functioning of the
chimney system is checked for satisfactory
operation.
Fig. 3. Liners Inserted

Be sure that the chimney is operating
and ALL smoke and fumes are vented to
the atmosphere through the chimney
terminal.

Check all joints and seals.

Clean the outside of the appliance to
prevent any stains becoming burnt on.

Check the flue draught which should
read 1—2mm, or 0.1—0.2 mbar.

If Building Control Consent route is being
sought please complete the check list on
page 16.

For a registered Competent Persons
Scheme, such as HETAS, please
complete the Certificate Of Compliance,
which is used for checking and reporting
the installation as imposed by the
Government

Explain the controls and operation of the
appliance to the customer.
Fig. 4. Inserting The Throat Plate
The following details must be checked and
completed in full by the installer at the time of
installation. Please answer all questions as fully as
possible. Hamlet stoves cannot be held
responsible for the chimney or installation.
Fig. 5. Liners & Throat Plate Correctly Fitted
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INSTALLATION
BUILDING CONTROL CONSENT CHECKLIST
Hearths, Fireplaces, Flues and chimneys
This checklist is to ensure heaths, fireplaces, flues and chimneys are satisfactory, and show what you have done to comply with
the requirements of the Building Regulations 2000 approved Document J 2002
1. Building address where work has been carried out ……………………………………………………………………………....
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
2. Identification of hearth, fireplace chimney or flue
3. Firing capability: Solid fuel / wood / gas .
4. Intended type of appliance.
State model and output.
5. Ventilation provision for the appliance:
State type and area of permanently open vents.
6. Chimney or flue construction
a, State the type or make and whether new or existing
b, Internal flue size (and equivalent height, where calculated
natural draught gas appliances only)
c, If clay or concrete flue liners used confirm that they are
correctly jointed with socket end uppermost and
state jointing materials used.
d, If an existing chimney has been refurbished with a new
Liner, Type and make of liner fitted.
e, Details of flue outlet terminal and diagram reference.
Outlet Details: / Complies with:
f, Number and angle of bends
g, Provision for cleaning and recommended frequency.
7. Hearth. Form of construction, new or existing?
8. Inspection and testing after completion
Test carried out by:
Test and results
Flue
Inspection
Visual
Sweeping
Coring ball
Smoke
Appliance (where included) spillage
I/We the undersigned confirm that the above details are correct. In my opinion, these works comply with the
relevant requirements in part J of Schedule 1 of the Building regulations.
Print name and title…………………………………………………………………..Profession…………………………………..
Capacity……………………………………………………………………………...Telephone No. ……………………………..
Address………………………………………………………………………………………………..Postcode…………………..
Signed………………………………………………………………………………..Date………………………………………...
Registered member of..(e.g. Gas Safe (CORGI), OFTEC, HETAS, NACE, NACS)
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SERVICE & MAINTENANCE
ANNUAL MAINTENANCE
DOOR GLASS
It is important that your appliance is regularly
serviced in accordance with these instructions.
This should be carried out at least annually by a
qualified person and should consist of the
following :
The door glass should remain clear during normal
burning. However, under certain conditions, such
as burning at a low rate or damp wood, or
overnight burning, the glass may become
somewhat blackened. To remedy this, operate the
appliance at a fast rate. Alternatively when the
stove is cold, open the door and clean the inside
face of the glass with a damp cloth or with glass
cleaner (available from fire stockists). A piece of
cloth moistened with vinegar and dipped in wood
ash (not coal ash) will provide a good soft scourer
to remove the soot without scratching the glass.
CLEANING
Important; Under some circumstances soot can
quickly build up on the throat plate and adjacent
areas. The throat plate should be removed and
checked monthly, and any debris stripped off.
Similarly, clean the upper surface of the firebox.
Remove the firebrick linings and throat plate,
inspect all rope gasket on doors, glass etc, and reorder any items that may need replacing from your
Hamlet dealer.
With a wire brush clean inside the appliance
paying particular attention to the small inlet holes
of the air wash on the inside, above the fire door.
Sweep the chimney and confirm that it is sound.
Examine all joints in the flue pipe etc, and re-seal if
necessary. Re-assemble and leave with the air
inlet and air wash control about half way open.
This will allow a free flow of air through the
appliance thus preventing moisture and
condensation from building up inside the stove and
chimney.
CHIMNEY SWEEPING
Sweeping should be carried out with an
appropriate sized bristle brush and rods to suit
chimney size and type. As with all appliances
regular sweeping of the flue is essential to avoid
danger of blockage and the escape of poisonous
fumes. Access for cleaning should also be
incorporated in the chimney (e.g.. Soot door or
access through the register plate).
Any existing chimney should be swept prior to
installation of the appliance, and swept again a
second time within one month of regular use after
installation to establish frequency of sweeping
required. This should be done by a competent
person such as a NACS chimney engineer who will
provide a Certificate Of Chimney Sweeping.
The whole flue way including the outlet must be
swept at least twice per burning season. It is
important that the flue ways, flue pipe and chimney
be cleaned prior to lighting the fire after a
prolonged shut down period.
Hamlet Solution Stoves
OUTER FINISH
The outer finish of the appliance is a durable high
temperature paint. It is best cleaned by brushing
down with a clean shoe brush. Do not allow
moisture to remain on the appliance whilst cold or
surface rust may form.
The high temperature paint should not require
attention for some time, depending on use. The
hotter the fire burns the sooner repainting will be
necessary. Aerosol tins of paint are available for
complete refurbishing.
Before repainting make sure that the fire is out and
the stove is cold.

Remove the door glass

Lightly wire brush, or rub with wire wool, the
body of the appliance to remove any loose
paint or rust.

Mask or remove items such as brass work.

Any adjacent brickwork, mantelpiece, hearth
etc, should be carefully masked for quite a
distance around the appliance. This
precaution is to prevent discolouration of the
surrounding brickwork or wall paper etc.
Re-spray in a well ventilated area, avoid
breathing the vapour. Refer to safety
instructions on paint cans.



When the paint is dry refit the door glass &
any other parts previously removed.
Leave the appliance for eight hours before
lighting a fire.
Burn slowly for the first four hours, then build
up heat slowly to gradually cure paint.
Note: Use genuine Hamlet touch up spray as some
paints interact. This could ruin the finish and
invalidate the guarantee.
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SERVICE & MAINTENANCE
SUMMER STORAGE / NON USAGE
Please ensure that your stove is left clean and moving components are well lubricated for the summer
months (during periods of prolonged non use). If
possible store the throat plate outside of the stove,
check all moveable components, at regular intervals, to ensure they are moving freely.
Allow air movement through the stove, by opening
the air wash and primary air inlet (s) controls to
about half way open or leave the door ajar. This will
allow a free flow of air through the appliance thus
preventing moisture and condensation
forming inside the stove and chimney. This
preventative maintenance will ensure your stove
stays in the best condition for the coming winter
months.
Please Note : There is no adjustment to the
door lock / catch assembly. However,
periodically check the tightness of the
retaining screw to the end of the door handle
shaft. (Fig. 7)
Gently tap the hinge pins in
the direction to compensate
for the misalignment.
ADJUSTING THE DOOR HINGES
Once the appliance has been under fire for a
period of time the fire door may appear to have
moved out of alignment in relation to the door
aperture or catch. This is quite normal and due to
the settling of the casting.
The fire door can be re-aligned as follows :

When the appliance is cold, open the fire door
so that it is at right angles to the front of the
stove.

Lift the fire door up off its hinges.

Gently tap the hinge pins in the direction to
compensate for the misalignment. (Fig. 6)

Re-fit the door and check to ensure it now sits
square to the body; if not repeat the above
steps.
If the fire door needs to be raised, please
follow :

When the appliance is cold, open the fire door
so that it is at right angles to the front of the
stove.

Lift the fire door up off the hinges.

Drop one washer on the top and bottom hinge
pins.

Refit the door and check.
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Fig. 6. Adjusting The Door Hinges
Tighten
Screw
Fig. 7. Retaining Screw Tightness
FUEL RETAINER BARS—
INSPECTION
Fuel retainer bars are supplied with the stove.
Periodically check for any bowing or heat warpage
to the fuel retaining bars and replace as
necessary.
Please Note : This operation should only be
carried out when the appliance is unlit and
cold.
Hamlet Solution Stoves
SERVICE & MAINTENANCE
FIRE DOOR ROPE
REPLACEMENT
FIRE DOOR GLASS
REPLACEMENT
Periodically, visually check over the fire door rope
seal for any damage, cuts or tears and any
detached sections. The rope gasket can be
replaced, using the universal rope kit (see spare
parts guide Page 30), please follow the
instructions below :
In the event of the door glass being broken it can
easily be replaced. Please follow :

The door should be lifted off the hinges so
that the operation can be carried out on a
work bench or similar level surface.

Ensure the appliance is cold.


Lift the door off the appliance and lay onto a
flat surface with the rear face upwards.
Unscrew the four screw fixings, securing the
glass clips and remove, both clips and
fixings.


Carefully remove the old rope gasket and old
adhesive. Take note of the layout of the rope
seal. Ensure no traces of the old
adhesive or rust / flaky paint is present, as
this will result in a unsound joint.
Carefully remove any pieces of broken
glass, and sealing gasket, wearing suitable
gloves as protection. Take note of the
position and joint of the rope gasket.

Replace the glass rope gasket; start at the
bottom of the window, centrally, push the
adhesive side of the rope into the groove on
the rear of the casting. Gradually work your
way around until the end of the rope meets.
Cut the excess rope off. See Fig. 9.

Apply the rope adhesive following the
instructions on the bottle.

Press the rope gasket into the channel on the
rear of the door casting, following the same
layout as the old rope seal. See Fig. 8.

Re-seat the new glass, ensuring the glass
sits flat against the gasket. See Fig. 10.
Just before the final end, cut the rope seal to
length and glue into position.

Replace the four retaining clips and fixing
screws. Do not over tighten the fixings as
damage may occur to the glass. See Fig.11.

Refit the door assembly back onto the stove;
carefully lift the door over the hinges and
slot into place.


Allow 30 minutes, before refitting the door to
the appliance.
Rope
Gasket
Joint
Fig. 8. Rope Replacement
Fig. 9. Lining Up Gasket Rope
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SERVICE & MAINTENANCE
FIRE DOOR PRIMARY AIR INLET
Once a year inspect the primary air inlet
assembly, located at the base of the fire door.

Lift the door assembly from the stove body
and place on a level, work bench, with the
rear face upper most.

Remove the 2 x no. fixings.

Working from the front, withdraw the oval
assembly from the door casting.

Clean the air slots within the door casting
and slider plate.

Place the oval assembly into the door oval
aperture and fix from the rear of the door.
See Fig 12
Fig. 10. Positioning The Glass
Rear of Oval
Fig. 11. Tightening The Glass Clip
Please Note—This should be carried out when
the fire is cold and unlit.
Slider
Fig. 12. Rear Of Oval / Slider Assembly
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Hamlet Solution Stoves
SERVICE & MAINTENANCE
Service Record
Date of Visit
Company
Work Carried Out
Signature
Should you have any questions about your Hamlet Solution stove that are not covered
in this manual please contact your Hamlet dealer.
Please keep all repair receipts safely.
Please ensure you have this manual available when an engineer visits so they can
complete the service record chart.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
FUEL TYPES
SAFETY NOTICE
The most efficient use of this appliance is with
the fire door (s) closed at all times, apart from
re-fuelling (when alight) or cleaning (when
cold).
NEVER leave the appliance unattended for an
extended length of time with the door (s) open.
If this is the case, a spark guard must be used
and the operating efficiency of the appliance
will decrease.
WOOD— Any type of wood is suitable provided it
is well seasoned and has a moisture content below
20%. This usually implies that the timber has been
suitably stored to allow moisture to evaporate for at
least nine months in the case of soft woods, and at
least eighteen months in the case of hard wood.
We recommend that for general burning, wood
should be split into logs of no more than 100mm
(4”) diameter.
WARNING : wet wood must not be used as this
will greatly contribute to the creation of tar and
creosote which may, in extreme cases, run down
the chimney in liquid form. This will seriously
damage both the chimney and the appliance , and
increase the risk of a chimney fire.
Please Note : If you have sticky tar inside the
appliance or chimney your wood is ‘Green’ or
too wet.
Please Note : The burn classification for all
appliances in these instructions are classed as
intermittent use.
Recommended Reading ;
“Wood as a fuel” available from the Forestry
Commission.
PAPER– Paper will burn successfully. Burn dry
paper only or chimney damage will occur.
WARNING : NEVER BURN PLASTICS OR
HOUSEHOLD WASTE IN YOUR STOVE.
WARNING : NEVER BURN LIQUID FUELS IN
YOUR STOVE.
For additional further advise on fuels, please refer to
HETAS, Tel 0845 634 5625 or www.hetas.co.uk or Solid
Fuel Association, Tel 0845 601 4406 or
www.solid-fuel.co.uk
HETAS Approval only covers the use of wood on the
appliance and does not cover the use of other fuels
either alone or mixed with other fuels, nor does it cover
instructions for uses of other fuels.
Please Note : Do not use smaller sizes than
Stovesse, eg: Beans, Peas or Grains.
Do not use petroleum based solid products
such as Calco or Petrocoke.
To do so will INVALIDATE the appliance
Guarantee.
LIGHTING THE FIRE
Prior to lighting the stove for the first time,
check with the installer that :
 Installation and all building work is complete.
 The chimney is sound and has been swept and
is free from obstruction.
 Adequate provision for combustion air has been
made, i.e. a permanent vent of at least 550mm
sq per KW of rated output above 5KW, is fitted in
the room in which the appliance is installed.
Please note page 10, if a flue stabiliser is fitted to
the flue.
 That Building Regulations and any local by laws
have been followed during installation. See
installation section of this manual.
 All firebox liner panels and throat plate are in
place.
 That the chimney draw has been checked and is
within specification. With the chimney warm, the
draught should be between 1-2 mm water gauge
or 0.1 to 0.2 mbar.
WARNING : An over drawing chimney can cause
over firing, resulting in damage to the appliance.
ENSURE THAT YOU HAVE READ &
UNDERSTOOD THESE INSTRUCTIONS
BEFORE LIGHTING THE FIRE.
ALWAYS WEAR SUITABLE PROTECTIVE FIRE
GLOVES WHEN REFUELLING YOUR STOVE.
PLEASE CONTACT : The Manufacturer
For Further Details & Advice On The
Use Of Other Fuels.
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Hamlet Solution Stoves
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
BURNING WOOD
 Set the fire; by using rolled up newspaper and
lay a layer of dry kindling wood on top of this.
 Use 2 or 3 fire lighters to light the kindling.
 Set the primary air and air wash controls to fully
open position. See page 25.
 After the kindling has caught light, leave the fire
door ajar by about 20mm. This will aid flue draw.
 The flue draw should be established after 5
minutes and the kindling well burnt down to form
an ember bed.
 Carefully load the stove with well seasoned
wood and close the fire door.
 After 10 to 15 minutes, regulate the air wash
control, typically reduce to approximately half
way.
 Similarly, reduce the primary air control, to the
off position (-) as generally no air from below the
grate is required when burning wood.
Please Note : To avoid chimney problems your
appliance should not be burnt at a reduced burn
rate without a period of fast burning.
WARNING : Properly installed, with a suitable flue
& chimney and operated and maintained, this
appliance will not emit fumes into the dwelling.
Occasional fumes when de-ashing and re-fuelling
may occur. However, persistent fume emission is
potentially dangerous and must be investigated by
a HETAS registered installer.
Stop using the appliance if you smell fumes or
see smoke escaping.
If fume emission does persist, the following
immediate actions should be taken :
 Open doors and windows to ventilate room.
 Let the fire die or extinguish and safely dispose
of fuel from the appliance.
 Check for flue or chimney blockage, and clean if
required.
Seek expert advice from your HETAS registered
installer. Do not attempt to re-light the fire until the
cause of the fume emission has been identified
and corrected.
Please Note : The high temperature paint acquires
durability by being “cured” during the initial firings
of the appliance. It will give off fumes which are
non toxic, but certain persons may find they have
an unpleasant or irritant effect. Ensure that the
surrounding area is well ventilated during this time.
REDUCED BURNING
Please Note : Classification of these appliances
are for intermittent use.
Lower or reduced burn rates are possible by
reducing the primary and secondary (air wash) air
inlet controls to a lower setting. Please note if both
controls are set on the minimum settings the
appliance will be starved of air and die down.
WARNING : when wood is burnt slowly in a closed
appliance, it produces moisture and tar, which will
create condensation and deposits in the chimney.
This effect can be minimised by burning hard for a
short period, 15 to 20 minutes, twice a day.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
OVER FIRING & CHIMNEY FIRES
DO NOT over fire your appliance. Using flammable
liquids or too much wood or firing the stove at
maximum for prolonged periods may result in overfiring. If the chimney connector or casing glows red
the appliance is being over-fired this may result in
a chimney fire. If this occurs :
WARNING : The ash can be very hot. Empty only
into a metal container. Even if the ash appears
cold, red-hot pieces of ash may be concealed and
could easily start a fire or cause an injury
 Call the Fire Service—Dial 999
 Immediately close all of the air inlets to the
appliance, to reduce the air supply to the
stove.
 Move items of furniture and combustibles
away from the stove, to reduce a risk of fire
and to allow access for the fire service.
 Ensure access to the loft space is available.
 Evacuate the property.
The chimney fire may cause structural damage to
the chimney. Do not use the appliance until the
chimney and connector have been inspected and
any damaged parts have been repaired or
replaced. This should be done by a HETAS
registered engineer.
ASH REMOVAL
The appliance will require ash to be removed
periodically but an ash bed of approximately 20mm
(3/4”) should be maintained. Ash may be removed
with a small shovel whilst the fire is still lit by raking
the embers of a low fire to one side of the firebox
and carefully removing the ash, then repeating the
procedure for the other side. Care must be taken
not to risk burning of hands or household objects
from falling embers.
The ash pan should be emptied at least twice a
day or when the level of ash reaches the top of the
ash pan. On no account should the ash be allowed
to build up to touch the underside of the grate bars,
as this will greatly reduce the life span of the grate.
When the appliance is burning WOOD, it is
acceptable to maintain an ash bed on top of the
grate bars, of approximately 20mm (3/4”) without
any un-due effect upon the grate bars.
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Hamlet Solution Stoves
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
AIR INLET CONTROLS
The Hamlet Solution stoves have two air inlet
controls.
The primary air inlet providing under draught to the
base of the fire chamber through the control slider
located under the oval at the base of the fire door.
The air wash system, (secondary air) so called
because its pre-heated high speed air, washes
across the inner face of the door glass, keeping it
clear. This also provides an over draught to the
fuel bed.
AIR WASH SYSTEM
The air wash has an internal sliding plate with
slots, housed in a cover plate, and is located
above the fire door. Sliding the control knob to the
right as far as it will go, achieves the fully open
position, see Fig. 15. Sliding it to the left will shut
off the air inlet slots as shown in Fig. 16.
PRIMARY AIR
Air enters the appliance through the control on the
bottom of the fire door. The Hamlet Solution has a
single control knob which slides left to right. Sliding
the knob to the right (+), see Fig. 13, will increase
the amount of air intake to the stove. To decrease,
push the slider to the left (-) as in Fig. 14
Fig. 15. Air Wash Fully Open Position
Fig. 13. Fully Open Position
Fig. 16. Air Wash Fully Closed Position
Fig. 14. Fully Closed Position
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
MULTI PURPOSE OPERATING
TOOL
Your Hamlet Solution stove is supplied with a multi
purpose operating tool, used for adjusting the air
inlet controls and the removal of the ash pan
( See Fig 17 )
TO EMPTY THE ASH PAN
The Solution stoves are supplied with a unique ash
pan. To empty or remove the ash pan, open the
fire door (s), fit the fork end of the operating tool
into the ash pan slots and remove from the ash pit
chamber.
Empty the ash into a suitable container and
replace the ash pan into the stove, withdraw the
operating tool and close the fire door.
Fig. 17. Operating Tool & Ash Pan
AIR WASH CONTROL KNOB
The operating tool can also be used to adjust the
air wash control knob. Use the fork end of the tool,
place, side onto the knob and tap in the desired
direction, ( See Fig. 18. )
Fig. 18. Adjusting Air Wash Controls
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Hamlet Solution Stoves
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
MAIN FIRE DOOR HANDLE
The Solution stove is supplied with a ‟Kooler‟ to
touch fire door handle. Whilst the spring coiled
area of the handle will remain cooler, the attached
shaft and fittings will be hot. For this reason we
recommend that a suitable glove or mitten is used
when the stove is in operation.
Care must be taken when opening and closing the
fire door as any surrounding areas of the stove will
be very hot.
WARNING : Never attempt to open the fire door
whilst the appliance is in use WITHOUT the use of
the stove mitten or suitable gloves, serious injuries
may occur.
Caution must be given when re-fuelling the
appliance, always keep the stove mitten away from
naked flames and sparks.
The Kooler Touch door handle
The Main Fire Door Handle
This handle may reach 100 °C
Always use a stove mitten.
Hamlet Solution Stoves
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OPTIONAL EXTRA / ACCESSORIES
Hamlet
SOL 5
Hamlet
SOL 7
Hamlet
SOL 9
Hamlet
SOL 11
Aerosol Touch Up
Paint
AFS 101a
AFS 101a
AFS 101a
AFS101a
Gothic Door
Tracery
ECB 5
TRACE G
ECB 7
TRACE G
ECB 9
TRACE G
ECB 9
TRACE G
Lattice Door
Tracery
ECB 5
TRACE L
ECB 7
TRACE L
ECB 9
TRACE L
ECB 9
TRACE L
Add In Slab
Boiler**
AIB 0
AIB 8
AIB 9
AIB 10
Floor Fixing Kit
AFS1135
AFS1135
AFS1135
AFS1135
Stands*
ECB 5
STAND
ECB 7
STAND
ECB 9
STAND
ECB 11
STAND
Add On Low
Canopy
AOC
XSL
AOC
SL
AOC
ML
AOC
LL
Add On High
Canopy
N/A
AOC
SH
AOC
MH
AOC
LH
PART DESCRIPTION
Stove Mitten
( Hot Glove )
Visual Aid
(not to scale)
AFS1285
AFS1285
AFS1285
AFS1285
NOTE :
* The overall height of the stand is 160 mm. This increases the combined height of the stove and stand
by 100mm. This will effect the height from the floor to the centre of the rear flue outlet, just add 100mm
to the stated rear flue outlet, see page 8 for technical information.
** Separate instructions are included for all add in boiler installations.
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Hamlet Solution Stoves
SPARE PARTS LIST
PLEASE NOTE : The serial number of your stove can be found stamped into the casing , centrally
between the bottom edge of the fire door aperture and the top edge of the ash pit aperture.
Hamlet
SOL 5
Hamlet
SOL 7
Hamlet
SOL 9
Hamlet
SOL 11
Throat Plate
AFS1286
AFS1287
AFS1288
AFS1289
Flue Spigot
AFS009A
AFS009
AFS009
AFS011
Hot Plate
AFS009B
AFS010
AFS010
AFS012
Rear Liner (s)
AFS1207
AFS1210
AFS1213
AFS1244
Side Liners
AFS1206
AFS1209
AFS1212
AFS1243
Liner Set
AFS1205
AFS1208
AFS1211
AFS1242
Ash Pan
AFS058
AFS050
AFS1309
AFS1391
Fuel Retainer
AFS1190
AFS1192
AFS1191
AFS1240
PART DESCRIPTION
Hamlet Solution Stoves
Visual Aid
(not to scale)
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SPARE PARTS LIST
Hamlet
SOL 5
Hamlet
SOL 7
Hamlet
SOL 9
Hamlet
SOL 11
AFS008
AFS008
AFS008
AFS008
AFS1214
AFS1215
AFS1216
AFS1216
Replacement Glass
Rope Gasket & Clips
(Universal Length)
AFS1365
AFS1365
AFS1365
AFS1365
Hinge & Fixing Kit
AFS047
AFS047
AFS047
AFS047
Fire Door Rope Kit
Complete With Glue
AFS1021
AFS1021
AFS1021
AFS1021
Fire Door Assembly,
Complete
AFS1294
AFS1295
AFS1311
AFS1311
Fire Door Handle
Assembly
AFS1222
AFS1222
AFS1222
AFS1222
Replacement
Instructions
AFS1370
AFS1370
AFS1370
AFS1370
PART DESCRIPTION
Operating Tool
Replacement Glass
Kit
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Visual Aid
(not to scale)
Hamlet Solution Stoves
SPARE PARTS LIST
Hamlet
SOL5
Hamlet
SOL7
Hamlet
SOL9
Hamlet
SOL11
Replacement Stove
Mitten ( Hot Glove )
AFS1285
AFS1285
AFS1285
AFS1285
Replacement Primary
Air Inlet Slider
AFS1368
AFS1369
AFS1369
AFS1369
Replacement
Air wash knob
AFS1405
AFS1405
AFS1405
AFS1405
AFS 1196
AFS 1197
AFS 1198
AFS 1483
PART DESCRIPTION
Visual Aid
(not to scale)
Wood Burning Tray
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GUARANTEE
Guarantee
Once again we would like to thank you for
buying a Hamlet Solution stove.
When you buy a Hamlet stove, you are not only
buying a first class appliance you are buying a
commitment from us to look after you and your
appliance for as long as you want.
Your Solution stove comes with a TEN YEAR
GUARANTEE against splitting or cracking of the
main body. The main body being defined as the
steel outer casing and items fixed immovably to
the casing. All other parts are covered by a one
year no-quibble parts guarantee.
This guarantee shall not apply to any part that
has been altered in any way, or which in our
judgment has been subjected to misuse,
neglect, accident, abuse and fair wear and tear.
Items which would be subject to fair wear or
tear, firebox liner panels, fuel retainers, throat
plate, door rope, door glass, grate or grate bars
and gaskets are not covered by the guarantee.
However, should you have any problems with
your appliance, please contact your Hamlet
stockist who will have the knowledge and
facilities to help you.
Hamlet (Arada Ltd), cannot guarantee items
which are susceptible to breakage or damage
through careless handling, dropping etc., or
through misuse of the appliance by over firing,
burning petroleum coke, etc. Nor can the
guarantee be extend to deterioration of parts
through fair wear and tear. Firebox linings,
grate bars, fuel retainer, baffle, gasket materials
and door glass are therefore not covered by the
guarantee.
The guarantee is conditional upon the appliance
being serviced and checked annually by a
qualified heating engineer, with documentation
to be retained and produced in the event of a
claim being made.
Claims are not valid where installation does
not conform to appropriate building
regulations.
The manufactures decision shall be final.
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If your appliance proves to be defective as a
result of faulty materials or workmanship
during the guarantee period, we will repair or
replace it FREE OF CHARGE as long as the
stove has been installed according to this
manuals instructions and the Final
Installation Check List on page 17 has been
completed and signed by a suitably qualified
engineer at the time of installation.
USE OR SPARE PARTS OTHER THAN
THOSE SUPPLIED BY HAMLET WILL
INVALIDATE THE APPLIANCE
WARRANTY.
HAMLET (ARADA Ltd) WILL NOT BE
RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY
CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL
LOSS, DAMAGE OR INJURY HOWEVER CAUSED.
All guarantee periods commence on the date of
purchase and are non-transferable.
Our guarantee is offered in addition to your
statutory rights.
If you think your stove is not working correctly or in
the event of a breakdown , Please call your local
dealer.
When you call your dealer they will want to know:
1.
2.
3.
Your Name, Address, post code and
telephone number.
Your stove‟s serial number.
Clear and concise details of the fault.
This installation and operating manual gives
sufficient details to enable the appliance to be installed and maintained. If further information is required, our technical helpline will be pleased to
help.
Please telephone 0844 8475107 or email:
info@arada.uk.com
Please Note:
The appliance serial number can be found
stamped into the casing of the main stove
body, centrally just below the bottom edge of
the fire box aperture.
Hamlet Solution Stoves
Ten Year Guarantee
For your peace of mind
Hamlet stoves gives a Ten Year Guarantee against manufacturing defects of the main
body* of its Solution range of stoves. Additionally, all other parts are covered by a one year
no quibble replacement guarantee. This guarantee covers replacement of the item only
and does not extend to any other costs, including labour, incurred in its replacement.
Documentation must be retained and produced in the event of a warranty claim.
This guarantee specifically does not cover accidental damage, misuse, wear & tear. The
use of non Hamlet replacement parts will invalidate your warranty. For full details, contact
your local Hamlet retailer. All guarantees are in addition to your statutory rights. Please see
page 32 for further information regarding the Ten Year Guarantee.
* The main body defined as the steel outer casing and items fixed immovably on to its casing.
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Final Factory Check list
Stove Model …………….……………...
Serial No. ………………………………..
Quality / Finish
I’ve checked it
and its O.K !
Parts
Wood Burning Tray
Flue Outlet
Hot Plate
Assembled By………………………..
Fuel Retainers
Firebox Liners
Checked by…………………………...
Throat Plate
Air Wash
Door Catch / Kool Touch Door Handle
Ash Pan
Adjusting Feet x2
Operating Tool
Operating & Installation Manual
Purchase Date………………………..
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Arada Ltd
The Fire Works
Weycroft Avenue
Axminster
Devon
EX13 5HU
United Kingdom
Tel: +44(0)1297 35700
Fax: +44(0)1297 35900 www.arada.uk.com
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