5121278-02 762 Allure and Eminence install and owner

5121278-02 762 Allure and Eminence install and owner
5121278/02
INSTALLER AND OWNER GUIDE
Model 762
Inset live fuel effect gas fire
Fitted with one of the following fascia.
Allure or
Eminence
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(G.C. Number 32-032-73)
We trust that this guide gives
sufficient details to enable this
appliance to be installed and
maintained satisfactorily. However, if
further information is required, our
Valor Fires Technical Helpline will
be pleased to help.
Telephone 0844 8711 565 (National
call rates apply in the United
Kingdom).
In the Republic of Ireland
Telephone 0044 844 8711 565.
INSTALLER: Please leave this guide with the owner
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INSTALLER GUIDE
THIS APPLIANCE IS FOR USE WITH NATURAL GAS (G20).
WHEN CONVERTED USING CONVERSION KIT NO. 0595271 THIS APPLIANCE
IS FOR USE WITH PROPANE GAS (G31).
THIS APPLIANCE IS SUITABLE ONLY FOR INSTALLATION IN THE UNITED
KINGDOM (GB) AND THE REPUBLIC OF IRELAND (IE).
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Because our policy is one of constant development and improvement, details may vary slightly from
those given in this publication
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Safety First.
Valor Fires fires are CE Approved and designed to meet the appropriate British
Standards and Safety Marks.
Quality and Excellence.
All Valor Fires fires are manufactured to the highest standards of quality and
excellence and are manufactured under a BS EN ISO 9001 quality system accepted
by the British Standards Institute.
The Highest Standards
Valor Fires is a member of SBGI and HHIC (Heating and Hot water Industry Council)
which works to ensure high standards of safety, quality and performance.
Careful Installation
This gas fires must be installed by a competent GAS SAFE REGISTER engineer
(GAS SAFE REGISTER or CORGI engineer outside of UK) in accordance with our
installer guide and should not be fitted directly on to a carpet or floor of combustible
material.
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FOR OWNER GUIDE SEE PAGES 42 TO 59
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CONTENTS
Section
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INSTALLER GUIDE
OWNER GUIDE
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1. SAFETY
2. ACCESSORIES
3. APPLIANCE DATA AND EFFICIENCY
3.1 General information.
3.2 Efficiency.
4. GENERAL INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
4.1 Regulations, Standards and Law.
4.2 Ventilation requirements.
4.3 The Atmosphere sensing device (ASD).
4.4 Fireguard requirements.
4.5 Room considerations.
4.6 Chimney preparation.
4.7 Fireplace preparation.
4.8 The hearth.
4.9 Fireplace clearances.
4.10 Installation options.
4.11 Flues.
4.12 Propane appliances.
5. UNPACKING
6. PACK CONTENTS
7. FIREPLACE CHECK
7.1 Fireplace check.
7.2 Fireplace flue pull.
8. IGNITION CHECK
8.1 Fitting batteries to the remote control handset.
8.2 Fitting batteries to the receiver box.
8.3 Setting the handset and receiver relationship.
8.4 Checking the ignition operation.
9. GAS SUPPLY CONNECTION
10. PREPARING APPLIANCE FOR INSTALLATION
11. CONVECTION BOX INSTALLATION
11.1 Method 1 - Front fixing to fireplace surround.
11.2 Method 2 - Cable retention and floor fixing.
11.3 Sealing floor front - All installations.
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CONTENTS (Continued)
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12. BURNER AND SUPPLY PIPE INSTALLATION
12.1 Burner installation.
12.2 Supply pipe installation.
12.3 Burner checks.
12.3.1 Lighting the fire.
12.3.2 Adjusting flame height.
12.3.3 Adjusting to pilot only setting.
12.3.4 Turning off.
12.4 Check inlet pressure.
13. FITTING THE CERAMIC FUEL EFFECT
13.1 Fitting the rear ceramic support.
13.2 Fitting the rear ceramic wall.
13.3 Fitting the side ceramic walls.
13.4 Fitting the port cover.
13.5 Fitting the ceramic fuel effect.
14. FITTING THE GLASS PANEL
15. FULL OPERATING CHECKS
15.1 Check the burner operation.
15.2 Check for spillage.
15.3 Flame supervision and spillage monitoring system.
16. FASCIA INSTALLATION
17. FINAL REVIEW
18. SERVICING & PARTS REPLACEMENT
18.1 Checking the aeration setting of the burner.
18.2 To remove the fascia.
18.3 To remove the window panel.
18.4 To remove the fuel effect.
18.5 To remove the ceramic side walls.
18.6 To remove the burner unit.
18.7 To remove the pilot unit.
18.8 To remove the gas valve.
18.9 To remove the receiver box.
18.10 To remove the thermocouple interrupter block.
18.11 To replace the burner.
18.12 To remove the burner injector.
18.13 To remove the appliance from the fireplace.
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1. SAFETY
Installer
Before continuing any further with the installation of this appliance please read the
following guide to manual handling.
 The lifting weight of this appliance (kg) is as below:
Model
Allure
Eminence
Heat Engine
20.24
20.24
Firefront
12.66
4.47
Ceramics
3.91
3.91
Combined Weight
36.81
28.62
This appliance is heavy. We therefore recommend that two people should be
sufficient to lift the fire. If fitting or moving the fire alone we recommend the use of
suitable lifting apparatus.
 When lifting always keep your back straight. Bend your legs and not your back.
 Avoid twisting at the waist. It is better to reposition your feet.
 Avoid upper body/top heavy bending. Do not lean forward or sideways whilst
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handling the fire.
Always grip with the palm of the hand. Do not use the tips of fingers for support.
Always keep the fire as close to the body as possible. This will minimise the
cantilever action.
Use gloves to provide additional grip.
Always use assistance if required.
This product uses fuel effect pieces and burner compartment walls containing
Refractory Ceramic Fibres (RCF), which are man-made vitreous silicate fibres.
Excessive exposure to these materials may cause irritation to eyes, skin and
respiratory tract. Consequently, it is important to take care when handling these
articles to ensure that the release of dust is kept to a minimum. To ensure that
the release of fibres from these RCF articles is kept to a minimum, during
installation and servicing we recommend that you use a HEPA filtered vacuum
to remove any dust and soot accumulated in and around the fire before and
after working on the fire. When replacing these articles we recommend that the
replaced items are not broken up, but are sealed within a heavy duty polythene
bag, clearly labelled as RCF waste. RCF waste is classed as a stable, nonreactive hazardous waste and may be disposed at a landfill licensed to accept
such waste. Protective clothing is not required when handling these articles,
but we recommend you follow the normal hygiene rules of not smoking, eating
or drinking in the work area and always wash your hands before eating or
drinking. This appliance does not contain any component manufactured from
asbestos or asbestos related products.
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2. ACCESSORIES
Accessory
Part number
LPG conversion kit
0595271
3. APPLIANCE DATA AND EFFICIENCY
3.1 General information.
Gas
Natural (G20)
LPG (G31)*
Inlet Pressure
20mbar
37mbar
Input - Max. (Gross)
5.7kW (19,448 Btu/h)
5.6kW (19,107 Btu/h)
Input - Min. (Gross)
2.0kW (6,824 Btu/h)
3.3kW (11,260 Btu/h)
Inlet Test Pressure (Cold)
20.0 ± 1.0mbar (8.0 ± 0.4in
w.g.)
37.0 ± 1.0 mbar (14.85 ±
0.4in w.g.)
Gas Connection
8mm pipe
8mm pipe
Burner Injector
Cat 82 - 067
123
Pilot & Atmosphere Sensing
Device
Copreci Ref. O.D.S
21100/224
Copreci Ref. O.D.S
21100/225
Ignition
Battery powered electronic Battery powered electronic
remote control.
remote control.
Aeration Setting
See section 18.1
See section 18.1
* When converted using kit 0595271.
The appliance information label is located under the burner on the right hand side of
the fire. This can be seen by removing the fascia.
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3.2 Efficiency.
The efficiency of this appliance has been measured as specified in BS 7977 - 1 and
the result is as below :
Model
762 Eminence
762 Eminence when converted to LPG.
Efficiency % (Gross)
75.6
75.6
762 Allure
762 Allure when converted to LPG
67.6
67.6
The gross calorific value of the fuel has been used for this efficiency calculation. The
test data from which it has been calculated has been certified by Advantica
Certification services (0087). The efficiency value may be used in the UK
Government's Standard Assessment Procedure (SAP) for energy rating of dwellings.
The conversion of net efficiency to gross was achieved by multiplying the net
efficiency by the following conversion factor from Table E3 of SAP 2005, rounding
down to the nearest whole number.
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Gas
Conversion factor from net to gross efficiency
Natural Gas
0.901
LPG
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4. GENERAL INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
4.1 Regulations, Standards and Law.
The installation must be in accordance with these instructions.
For the user’s protection, in the United Kingdom it is the law that all gas appliances
are installed by competent persons in accordance with the current edition of the Gas
Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations. Failure to install the appliance correctly
could lead to prosecution. GAS SAFE REGISTER and CORGI require their members
to work to recognised standards.
In the United Kingdom the installation must also be in accordance with:
All the relevant parts of local regulations.
All relevant codes of practice.
The relevant parts of the current editions of the following British Standards:BS EN 1856 Part 1
Chimneys - Requirements for metal chimneys.
BS 5440 Part 1
Installation of flues
BS 5440 Part 2
Installation and maintenance of flues and ventilation for gas
appliances of rated input not exceeding 70 kW net (1st, 2nd
and 3rd family gases).
BS 6461 Part 1
Masonry chimney & flues - Installation
BS 1251
Fireplace components
BS 5871 Part 2
Installation - Inset LFE gas fires
BS 6891
Gas pipework installation
 In England and Wales, the current edition of the Building Regulations issued by the
Department of the Environment and the Welsh Office.
 In Scotland, the current edition of the Building Standards (Scotland) Regulations
issued by the Scottish Executive.
 In Northern Ireland, the current edition of the Building regulations (Northern
Ireland) issued by the Department of the Environment for Northern Ireland.
 In the republic of Ireland the installation must be carried out by a competent person
and also conform to the relevant parts of:
a) The current edition of IS 813 “Domestic Gas Installations”
b) All relevant national and local rules in force.
Where no specific instructions are given, reference should be made to the relevant
British Standard Code of Practice.
4.2 Ventilation requirements.
Normal adventitious ventilation is usually sufficient to satisfy the ventilation
requirements of this appliance. In GB reference should be made to BS 5871 Part 2
and in IE reference should be made to the current edition of IS 813 “Domestic Gas
Installations” which makes clear the conditions that must be met to demonstrate that
sufficient ventilation is available.
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4.3 The Atmosphere sensing device (ASD).
The appliance is fitted with an A.S.D (Atmosphere sensing device). If the appliance
closes down after a period of operation for no apparent reason, the consumer should
be informed to stop using the appliance until the installation and appliance have been
thoroughly checked. The A.S.D will shut the appliance down if an unacceptable
amount of harmful products of combustion accumulate. Under no circumstances
should the A.S.D be altered or bypassed in any way. Only a genuine manufacturer’s
replacement part should be fitted. The individual A.S.D components are not
replaceable.
4.4 Fireguard requirements.
A fireguard complying with BS 8423 should be fitted for the protection of young
children, the elderly, the infirm and pet animals.
4.5 Room considerations.
4.5.1 This appliance must not be installed in any room that contains a bath or shower
or where steam is regularly present.
4.5.2 An extractor fan may only be used in the same room as this appliance, or in
any area from which ventilation for the appliance is taken, if it does not affect the safe
performance of the appliance. Note the spillage test requirements detailed further on
in this manual. If the fan is likely to affect the appliance, the appliance must not be
installed unless the fan is permanently disconnected.
4.5.3 Note that soft wall coverings (e.g. embossed vinyl, etc.) are easily affected by
heat. They may scorch or become discoloured when close to a heating appliance.
Please bear this in mind when installing.
4.6 Chimney preparation.
4.6.1 If the appliance is intended to be installed to a chimney that was previously
used for solid fuel, the flue must be swept clean prior to installation. All flues should
be inspected for soundness and freedom from blockages.
4.6.2 Any chimney damper or restrictor should be removed. If removal is not possible,
they must be secured in the open position.
4.7 Fireplace preparation.
4.7.1 If the fireplace opening is an underfloor draught type, it must be sealed to stop
any draughts.
4.7.2 The fireplace floor should be reasonably flat to ensure that a good seal with the
hotbox can be made.
4.7.3 The front face of the fireplace should be reasonably flat over the area covered
by the hotbox top and side flange seals to ensure good sealing. These faces should
be made good if necessary.
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4.7.4 If the appliance is to be fitted
against a wall with combustible
cladding, the cladding must be
removed from the area covered by
the fascia. The cladding must also not
touch the fascia (See figure 1). We
suggest that the actual fascia is used
as a template to mark the area for
combustible cladding removal and
that this area is increased by at least
2mm all round.
4.7.5 If the fireplace opening is
greater than the acceptable
dimensions given in this guide, do not
use the back of a fire surround or
marble to reduce the opening. This
may cause cracking of the surround
Figure 1. Removal of combustible cladding
back or marble.
(Fascia may differ from that shown)
4.8 The hearth.
The appliance must be mounted behind a non-combustible hearth unless the
conditions of section 4.10.2 are met (N.B. conglomerate marble hearths are
considered as non-combustible). The appliance can be fitted to a purpose made
proprietary class “O”-150°C surround. The hearth material must be at least 12mm
thick. The periphery of the hearth (or fender) should be at least 50mm above floor
level to discourage the placing of carpets or rugs over it.
The surface of the hearth must be sufficiently flat to enable the bottom of the front
surround and the bottom front cover to be aligned horizontally. Any excessive
unevenness (uneven tiles, Cotswold stone, etc.) should be rectified.
The appliance must not stand on combustible materials or carpets.
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4.9 Fireplace clearances.
4.9.1 The minimum height from the base of the fireplace opening to the underside of
any shelf made from wood or other combustible materials is detailed below:
Eminence model.
• For a shelf up to 150mm deep: Minimum height = 730mm.
• For a shelf deeper than 150mm: 730mm + 12.5mm for every 25mm depth over
150mm (See Figure 2).
Figure 2. Combustible shelf clearances
Allure model.
• For a shelf up to 150mm deep: Minimum height = 750mm.
• For a shelf deeper than 150mm: 750mm + 12.5mm for every 25mm depth over
150mm (See Figure 3).
Figure 3. Combustible shelf clearances
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4.9.2 The minimum allowable distance from the outside of the appliance fascia to a
corner wall having combustible material or any other combustible surface which
projects beyond the front of the appliance is shown in figure 4.
A 10mm access clearance from a non-combustible surface is necessary at the left
side.
See section
4.9.1
Model
Key
Description
Eminence
Allure
A
Height (mm)
643
721
B
Width (mm)
819
895
C
Depth into room (mm)
64
55
D
Minimum mandatory clearance to
combustible surfaces projecting beyond the
front of appliance (mm).
75
40
E
Recommended clearance to noncombustible surfaces for access purposes
(mm).
50
50
Figure 4. Appliance dimensions and clearances (The fascia may differ from that
shown and dimensions are subject to manufacturing tolerances)
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4.10 Installation options.
In the United Kingdom, as supplied, the appliance can be installed in the following
situations:
4.10.1 Conventional fireplace and hearth.To a fireplace opening and hearth as shown in figure 5 and complying with BS1251
after removal of the fireback and sufficient material behind the fireback for a debris
catchment space. The required fireplace, hearth, debris catchment area and
clearance dimensions are shown in figure 6.
Figure 5. Hearth and fireplace opening dimensions
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Figure 6. Fireplace area.
4.10.2. ‘Hole-in-the-wall’ Installations
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It is recommended that a hearth should be installed as in section 4.8.
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If a hearth is not fitted, the fire must be installed so that the distance from the
base of the fireplace opening in the wall to the finished floor level is at least
105mm. Where there is no floor covering or carpet and the floor is of a type that
is likely to be covered in such a way in the future then the distance from the
base of the fireplace opening in the wall to the floor level should be increased to
at least 180mm.
4.11 Flues.
1. Suitable flues and minimum flue sizes are as follows: It should be noted that, as with many appliances, sharp bends or horizontal runs in
metal flues at the top of the system can be a cause of problems in these types of
installation.
 225mm x 225mm conventional brick flue.
 175mm diameter lined brick or stone flue.
 200mm diameter factory made insulated flue manufactured to BS4543 Part 2.
 175mm diameter flue pipe. See BS6461 Part 1 for suitable materials.
 Single wall, twin wall or flexible flue liner with a minimum diameter of 125mm. The
materials to be used are stainless steel or aluminium as specified in
BS EN 1856 Part 1. The liner must be sealed to the surrounding area above the
fireplace opening and to the top of the chimney. An approved terminal must be fitted.
2. The flue must conform to BS 5440: Part 1 in design and installation.
The flue, measured from the bottom of the fireplace opening to the bottom of the
terminal, shall be not less than 3m in actual vertical height. When calculated in
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accordance with BS 5440: Part 1 Annex A, the minimum equivalent height of the flue
shall be 2.0m of 125mm dia. flue pipe.
3. The flue must not be used for any other appliance or application.
4. Proprietary terminals must comply with BS 715 or BS 1289. Any terminal or
termination must be positioned in accordance with BS 5440 Part 1 to ensure that the
products of combustion can be safely dispersed into the outside atmosphere. Where
the appliance is connected to an unlined brick chimney it is generally unnecessary for
the chimney pot to be replaced or for a terminal to be fitted unless the flue has a
diameter smaller than 170mm.
4.12 Propane appliances.
Propane gas appliances must not be installed in a room that is built entirely below
ground level (See BS 5871 Part 2).
5. UNPACKING
1. The ceramic fuel effect is packed inside
the convector box. The window panel is
secured at the bottom with two clamps. To
release the clamps, hold at the rear and pull
down (See figure 7).
2. With both clamps released, gently pull the
base of the window panel forward. Hold the
window panel base and lift upward until
clear of the two upper window retainers
(See figure 8).
3. Gently remove the ceramic fuel effect
pack.
Figure 7. Window panel clamp
Figure 8. Window removal
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6. PACK CONTENTS
The items required for this appliance are packed in sections.
The ceramic walls are fragile. They are packed inside the top fitment as you open
the carton.
Section 1 - Fire unit contains:
1
1
3
1
2
2
4
7
7
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
3
1
2
1
1
1
Burner and convection box unit.
Flue restrictor
No.8 x 3/8” Tapping Screws (For flue restrictor).
Length of self adhesive foam seal.
Cable clamps.
Fire retaining cables.
Eyebolts.
Wood screws.
Fibre plugs.
Strip of floor sealing tape.
‘T’ connector and pressure test point.
Nut and olive for 8mm inlet pipe.
‘PP3’ Battery.
‘AA’ Batteries.
Smoke match tube.
Ceramic wall set.
Remote control handset.
Port cover.
No.8 x 3/8” Tapping Screws (For port cover).
Rear ceramic support.
No.8 x 3/8” Tapping Screws (For rear ceramic support).
Rubber grommet (For rear of convector box).
Literature pack.
Ceramic fuel effect set (Not shown).
Section 2 - “Allure” fascia pack contains:
1
Allure fascia.
Section 2 - “Eminence” fascia pack contains:
1
Eminence fascia.
Carefully remove all the contents. Take special care in handling the ceramic pieces.
Check that all the listed parts are present and in good condition.
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Figure 9. Pack contents (Items are not to scale)
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Figure 9. Pack contents continued (Items are not to scale)
7. FIREPLACE CHECK
7.1 Fireplace check.
7.1.1 Fireplace size.
The fireplace must comply with the requirements described in section 4.10. This will
probably entail removing the fireback and infill material behind the fireback. The
debris catchment area shown in figure 6 must be kept clear of obstructions.
7.1.2 Fireplace general condition.
The fireplace floor should be reasonably flat to ensure that the convection box can be
installed without it rocking and so that a good seal can be made at the bottom front of
the box. The front face of the fireplace should be reasonably flat over the area
covered by the convection box top and side flange seals to ensure good sealing.
These faces should be made good if necessary. If the appliance is to be fitted against
a wall with combustible cladding, the cladding must be removed from the area
covered by the fascia. The cladding must also not touch the fascia (See figure 1). We
suggest that the actual fascia is used as a template to mark the area for combustible
cladding removal and that this area is increased by at least 2mm all round.
7.1.3 Soundness for appliance attachment
Two primary methods of retaining the appliance are provided: 1) By fixing to the fireplace front.
2) Using concealed tension cables fixed to the rear of the fireplace opening together
with secondary fixing to the fireplace floor.
The methods are detailed in section 11 of this manual. Before selecting the retention
method, consult with the customer. Method 2 is provided for instances where drilling
holes in the front surface of the fireplace surround is unacceptable to the customer or
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otherwise impractical. N.B. It is unwise to attempt to drill into marble without the
proper tools and equipment.
If method 1 is chosen, make sure that the front surround area is sound enough to
take the fibre plugs and wood screws. If necessary, make sound with suitable cement.
If method 2 is chosen, make sure that the areas at the back and towards the centre of
the fireplace floor are sound enough to take the eyebolts and screws. If these areas
have deteriorated due to prolonged use, they should be made sound with suitable
cement.
7.2 Fireplace flue pull.
Close all doors and windows in the room in which the appliance is to be installed.
After confirming with a match that smoke is drawn into the flue, light a 13 gram
smoke pellet and check that there is a definite flow through the flue. Verify outside
that the smoke exits from one terminal only and that the termination is suitable.
Observe where possible, upstairs rooms and loft spaces for signs of escaping smoke
indicating a defective flue. If there is not a definite flow warm the flue for a few
minutes and repeat the smoke pellet test. If there is still no definite flow the flue may
need remedial work – Do not fit the appliance until there is a definite flow
through the flue.
8. IGNITION CHECK
Before attempting to install, it is worth checking that
the ignition system performs satisfactorily.
8.1 Fitting batteries to the remote control
handset.
The remote control handset is battery powered.
There is a 9 Volt ‘PP3’ size battery supplied.
Remove the rear battery compartment cover from
the remote control handset. To do this push the tab
towards the bottom of the handset and lift (See
figure 10). Fit the battery in to the handset. Replace
the cover.
Handset
Receiver box
8.2 Fitting batteries to the receiver box.
The gas valve and receiver are battery powered.
There are four 1.5 Volt ‘AA’ size batteries supplied.
Locate the batteries in the receiver box. To do this
slide the receiver box forward and clear of its
support. Slide the battery compartment cover clear
(See figure 10) and fit the batteries. It is important
that the positive (+ve) and negative (-ve) symbols on Figure 10. Battery
the battery match those of the illustration inside the compartment covers
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battery holder. Replace the cover and receiver box. It is important that the wires
from the receiver box do not touch the underside of the burner tray.
8.3 Setting the handset and receiver relationship.
The receiver will have to be set to learn the
handset / remote code. Do this as below:
Place the ‘ON/OFF’ switch to the ‘-’ (On
position). This is on the right hand front of
the appliance.
Press and hold the reset button on the
receiver (See figure 11) until you hear two
(2) acoustic signals. After the second,
longer acoustic signal, release the reset
button.
Within the subsequent 20 seconds press
Figure 11. Reset button
the (small flame) button on the handset
until you hear an additional long signal confirming the code is set (Please inform the
customer that this is a one time setting as is NOT required when changing batteries in
the handset or receiver).
8.4 Checking the ignition operation.
Simultaneously press and hold the ‘OFF’ and
short acoustic signal confirms the start
sequence has begun; release buttons.
Continuing signals confirms the ignition is in
progress. There will be a slight delay and
several sparks should be seen between the
electrode and pilot tip (See figure 12).
On sensing a flame is not present the
burner unit will shut off. If there are no sparks
check the following:
Ensure that the electrode lead is
connected to the terminal at the base of the
electrode.
If the above is correct, check for damage
to the electrode lead.
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(large flame) buttons until a
Figure 12. Ignition operation
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9. GAS SUPPLY CONNECTION
The fire is designed for a rear concealed connection only.
A nut and olive are provided for an 8mm pipe inlet connection to the ‘T’ connector at
the bottom front of the appliance. The ‘T’ connector can be rotated to allow
connection and includes a valve for isolating the gas supply and a pressure test point.
The supply pipe must be rigid material. Flexible pipe must not be used. Before the
appliance is fitted into the fireplace it will be necessary to extend the supply line so
that it will project through the hole in the back of the convection box and run to the ‘T’
connector at the front. The pipe run from the supply line up to the rear opening in the
convection box must be kept away from the area which will be taken by the
convection box when it is installed (See figure 6).
Note that the centre of the appliance inlet ‘T’ connector is 25mm above the fireplace
floor. The inlet ‘T’ connector should be fitted to the supply pipe at this stage.
10. PREPARING APPLIANCE FOR INSTALLATION
1. Detach the burner unit and support tray from the convection box by removing six
screws (See figure 13). Lift the burner unit clear.
IMPORTANT
Before continuing with the
installation of this gas fire
the aeration setting on the
burner must be checked. The
aeration is factory set and
should not require
adjustment. See section 18.1
(Servicing and parts
replacement).
Figure 13. Burner removal
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2. It is important that the grommet supplied in the loose parts pack is fitted to
the hole in the rear of the convection box.
3. Pierce the grommet to allow the pipe to pass through it. The grommet should
envelop the pipe. If the hole is larger than the pipe, seal it with tape. Do not pierce
the grommet unless the supply pipe is to pass through it.
4. The appliance is supplied with two fireback spacers that must be fitted in all
installations. These should extend backwards to ensure sufficient clearance from the
back of the fireplace. Position the fireback spacer as shown in figure 14. Secure the
fireback spacers using four No.8 x 3/8” tapping screws supplied with the fire.
5.
Allure models only - The flue restrictor supplied
with this fire must NOT be fitted to models fitted
with an Allure fascia.
Eminence models only- This appliance is
supplied with a flue restrictor for use where the flue
draught is excessive. There may however, be
certain circumstances where fitting the restrictor
causes the fire to fail the spillage test. In such
cases the restrictor will have to be removed. After
removal conduct the spillage check again.
The restrictor is packed loose with the appliance
and is fixed with three No.8 x 3/8” tapping screws
(See figure 15).
6. There is a length of self adhesive foam seal
supplied with the fire. This will need to be
fitted to the outer rear edges of the side
and top flanges of the convector box.
Ensure that there is no gap between the
foam seals where they meet (See figure
16). It is important that the bottom of the
side flanges is sealed.
Figure 14. Fireback spacers.
Figure 15. Flue restrictor
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Figure 16. Fitting the foam seal
11. CONVECTION BOX INSTALLATION
11.1 Method 1 - Front fixing to fireplace surround.
1. Make sure that the fireplace front surround area is sound enough to take the fibre
plugs and wood screws. If necessary, make sound with suitable cement.
2. Place the convection box centrally in the fireplace in the position in which it is to be
permanently installed. Insert the convection box into the fireplace feeding the supply
pipe through the pierced hole in the rear
grommet.
3. Mark the fireplace front surround through
the seven fixing holes in the side flanges of
the convection box (See figure 17).
4. Remove the convection box. Drill four
holes in the fireplace front surround at the
marked positions using a suitably sized
masonry drill for the fibre plugs supplied.
5. Insert a fibre plug into each hole.
6. Place the convection box back in position
in the fireplace.
7. Fit a wood screw through each hole in the
convection box flanges and tighten to seal the
box to the fireplace surround.
Figure 17. Front fixing
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11.2 Method 2 - Cable retention and floor fixing.
1. Make sure that the relevant areas at the fireplace back and floor are sound enough
to take the eyebolts and screws. If these areas have deteriorated due to prolonged
use they should be made sound with suitable cement.
2. Drill four holes in the rear wall of the fireplace for the fibre plugs. The holes should
be drilled within the range of positions shown in figure 18 using a suitably sized
masonry drill for the fibre plugs supplied. The holes should be equidistant each side
of the centre line of
the fireplace to
ensure that the
appliance finishes
centrally in the
opening when
tension is applied to
the cables.
3. Insert a fibre plug
into each hole. Use
the fibre plugs
supplied with this
appliance - Never
Figure 18. Eyebolt positions
use plastic plugs
instead of the fibre plugs supplied. Screw the eyebolts into the plugs. Make sure
that the bolts are secure.
4. Place the convection box fully back into the fireplace opening so that it is sealed
against the fireplace front surround.
5. Mark the base of the fireplace through the holes in the fire base (See figure 19).
Remove the fire from the
fireplace.
6. Drill a hole into the fireplace
floor through each of the two
holes using a suitably sized
masonry drill for the fibre plugs
supplied.
7. Insert a fibre plug into each
hole. Use the fibre plugs
supplied with this appliance Never use plastic plugs
instead of the fibre plugs
Figure 19. Floor fixing
supplied. Place the fire in
position and fit a wood screw in each hole and tighten.
Always screw the base into position before applying tension to the cables. This
will ensure a tight seal between the top of the convection box and wall.
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8. The convection box has two slots at each side of the flue outlet. Loop one end of
each cable and pass the loop into the
slots (See figure 20). Give the cables a
pull so that they grip.
9. Place the convection box unit close to
the fireplace but allow sufficient access
into the fireplace opening so that the
cables can be threaded through the
eyebolts and returned through the back
of the convection box. If a concealed
connection is being used, insert the
convection box into the fireplace feeding
the supply pipe through the pierced hole
in the rear grommet.
10. Thread the cables through the
eyebolts. Return the cables through the
holes near the bottom of the convection Figure 20. Cable locations
box back panel (See figure 21).
11. Fit a cable retainer over the bottom end of each
cable.
Figure 21. Cable route
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12. Pull each cable taut. Push the cable retainers
hard up against the back panel. The end of the
cable adjuster will pass into the hole. Tighten the
screws in the retainers so that they clamp the
cables in position. Apply tension to the cables by
turning the hexagonal adjusters by hand (See
figure 22).
13. Inspect the installation of the convection box
against the fireplace surround. If the convection
box is aligned squarely and the sealing is
satisfactory, fully tighten the cable retainers.
14. If the convection box is not correctly aligned,
release the tension on the cables by slackening
the screws and turning the hexagonal adjusters
fully anticlockwise. The convection box should
then automatically realign itself. Pull each cable
taut again and push the cable retainers back
against the back panel. Again, tighten the screws
in the retainers and apply tension to the cables by
turning the hexagonal adjusters clockwise as far
as possible.
15. Feed the free length of the cables through the Figure 22. Lower cable retention
small holes in the back of the convection box immediately below the cable adjusters
so that they are available to allow easy removal and refitting of the appliance during
subsequent service calls. Do not cut off the free lengths of cable (See figure 22).
11.3 Sealing floor front - All installations.
Using the floor sealing tape
supplied, seal the bottom of the
convection box to the fireplace and
hearth floor (See figure 23).
Make sure that the whole length
of the front edge of the
convection box is fully sealed.
Figure 23. Floor Sealing
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12. BURNER AND SUPPLY PIPE INSTALLATION
12.1 Burner installation.
1. Remove the ‘Aeration checking’ reminder label from the top of the burner.
2. Refit the burner unit to the convection box with the six screws removed previously.
12.2 Supply pipe installation.
1. A nut and olive is provided for an 8mm-pipe inlet connection directly to the gas
control. The isolating ‘T’ connector can be rotated to allow a connection from the rear.
The ‘T’ connector includes a valve for isolating the gas supply.
The supply pipe must be rigid material. Flexible pipe must not be used. Connect the
supply line to the appliance.
2. If closed, open the isolating valve at the inlet ‘T’ connector.
3. Turn on the gas supply and pressure check the installation pipework for gas
soundness. In the United Kingdom (GB) check in accordance with the current edition
of BS 6891. In the Republic of Ireland check in accordance with the current edition of
IS 813 “Domestic Gas Installations”.
Some burner operations can be checked at this stage. Checking now will mean that
less disassembly will be required if any problems are found. A full check should
still be made, however, after final installation. Only leave the burner alight long
enough to confirm its operation.
12.3 Burner checks.
12.3.1 Lighting the fire.
If closed, open the isolating ‘T’ connector valve.
Turn the ‘manual’ knob to the ON, full counterclockwise
Simultaneously press and hold the ‘OFF’ and
position.
(large flame) buttons until a short
acoustic signal confirms the start sequence has begun; release buttons. Continuing
signals confirms the ignition is in progress. There will be a slight delay and several
sparks should be seen between the electrode and pilot tip. Once pilot ignition is
confirmed there is main gas flow.
When pilot ignition is confirmed, the motor turns automatically to maximum flame
height.
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12.3.2 Adjusting flame height.
When the burner is operating press the
flame height and press the
adjustment press the
(large flame) button to increase the
(small flame) to decrease the flame height. For fine
/
button for approximately two seconds until an acoustic
signal is given, then release the button.
12.3.3 Adjusting to pilot only setting.
When the burner is operating press and hold the
(small flame) until the burner
flame extinguishes. To turn the main burner on again simply press and hold the
(large flame) button.
12.3.4 Turning off.
To turn the fire off press the ‘OFF’ button.
12.4 Check inlet pressure.
The appliance is pre-set to give the correct heat
input at the inlet pressure shown in section 3 of
this guide. No adjustment is necessary.
1. Check the inlet pressure by fitting a pressure
gauge at the test point. The test point is on the
inlet ‘T’ connector (See figure 24). Check the
pressure with the appliance alight and set at
maximum output.
2. After checking, turn off the appliance. Remove Figure 24. Pressure test point
the pressure gauge and replace the test point
sealing screw.
3. Test around the sealing screw for gas soundness with a suitable leak detection
fluid.
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13. FITTING THE CERAMIC FUEL EFFECT
Before continuing ensure that the burner is OFF. Wait a few minutes for the
convection box and burner to cool completely. To prevent unexpected burner
operation, it is advisable to either remove
the batteries from the remote control
handset or place the handset away from the
work area and out of reach of children.
13.1 Fitting the rear ceramic support.
Locate the ceramic support to the rear of the
convection box using two No.8 x 3/8” screws
supplied (See figure 25).
The ceramic walls have a plain and
patterned side. Ask the customer which they
Figure 25. Rear ceramic support
prefer.
13.2 Fitting the rear ceramic wall.
Locate the rear ceramic wall in to the top
of the ceramic support bracket. Please
note that when using the patterned side
the brick effect is best positioned with the
whole brick at the centre bottom (See
figure 26).
13.3 Fitting the side ceramic walls.
Offer the ceramic side walls into the
convection box. The bottom of the ceramic Figure 26. Ceramic rear wall
side walls should be located first (See
figure 27). With the bottom in place gently lift
the side wall until it is flat against the side of the
convection box (See figure 27).
Figure 27. Ceramic side walls
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13.4 Fitting the port cover.
The port cover supplied with the fire needs to be fitted to the inner top of the
convection box. Locate the
port cover, being careful not
to scratch the ceramic side
walls, and secure with three
No. 8 x 3/8” screws supplied
(See figure 28).
Figure 28. Port cover
13.5 Fitting the ceramic fuel effect.
The installer and owner guide for the ceramic fuel effect is supplied with the ceramic
fuel effect. It is important that the fitting guide for the ceramic fuel effect be placed
inside or attached to this guide and handed to the customer following completion of
the ‘Final review’ section.
14. FITTING THE GLASS PANEL
1. Firmly hold the base of the window panel and locate the upper slots over the
upper retainer brackets in the convected air outlet (See figure 8).
2. Make sure that the window panel is central and push in at the bottom.
3. Place the hook of the window clamp over the bottom of the window panel.
4. Push the clamp lever upward to lock the window panel in place.
5. Repeat on the other side.
15. FULL OPERATING CHECKS
15.1 Check the burner operation.
Repeat the checks conducted in section 12.3.
Please note:
When first turned on from cold, the flames will appear predominantly blue.
When operating the fire for the first time, some vapours may be given off which could
set off smoke alarms in the vicinity. These vapours are quite normal with new
appliances. They are totally harmless and will disappear after a few hours use.
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15.2 Check for spillage.
A spillage check must be made before leaving the installed appliance with the
customer.
The spillage check must be conducted before fitting the fascia.
1. Close all doors and windows in the room containing the appliance.
2. Light the appliance and set the control to its highest heat position.
3. Leave the appliance on for five minutes.
4. At the top of the heater are two openings. The upper opening has a tapered rear
that has an opening of its own. The smoke match should be placed horizontally into
this opening so that it touches the right hand side of the opening. It should pass the
upper part of the opening by 40mm (See figure 29).
The installation is satisfactory if the smoke is drawn into the appliance.
If the smoke is not drawn into the appliance leave the appliance alight at the
maximum setting for a further ten
minutes and then repeat the test. If
the smoke is still not drawn into the
appliance inspect the sealing to the
fireplace surround. If the sealing is
satisfactory but the appliance is
installed with the flue restrictor
(See section 10, point 5) remove
the restrictor, reseal the appliance
and retest. If smoke is still not
drawn into the appliance
disconnect the appliance and
seek expert advice.
5. If the above test is satisfactory
open all internal connecting doors,
hatches, etc. in the room. Keep all Figure 29. Smoke match tube position
doors and windows that open to
the outside of the building closed. Recheck for spillage as above. If an extractor fan is
installed in the same room as the appliance or a connecting room, check that spillage
does not occur with the fan operating and all doors and other openings between the
fan and the appliance open.
If the smoke is drawn into the appliance, continue with the installation. If the test is
not satisfactory disconnect the appliance and advise the customer of the cause
of failure.
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15.3 Flame supervision and spillage monitoring system.
This pilot unit includes a system that will automatically shut off the gas supply if the
pilot flame goes out or if there is insufficient oxygen due to spillage or poor ventilation.
This monitoring system must not be adjusted, bypassed or put out of
operation.
This monitoring system or any of its parts must only be exchanged using Valor
Fires authorised parts.
16. FASCIA INSTALLATION
Place the top rear of the fascia against the fireplace front surface so that the two
retaining plates at the back of the fascia are directly above the two retaining brackets
on the convection box. Keeping the lower part of the fascia clear of the fire body,
lower the fascia
making sure that the
rear retaining plates
locate fully into the
retaining brackets on
the convection box
(See figure 30). The
fascia bottom is held in
place with magnets.
Figure 30. Fitting the fascia (Shown with Eminence fascia)
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17. FINAL REVIEW
1. COMPLETE THE INFORMATION IN THE WARRANTY AND SERVICE SECTION
OF THE OWNER GUIDE (See last pages of the OWNER guide).
2. Visually inspect the appliance. Clean off any marks incurred during installation.
3. Advise the customer how to operate the appliance. Point out that lighting
instruction details are on the metal plate attached at the bottom of the appliance.
Explain to the customer that the appliance has a flame failure & spillage monitoring
system. Point out the explanation of this system shown in the owner guide under
“Operating the fire”. Advise that if the fire goes out for any reason, wait at least three
minutes before relighting. Stress that if the monitoring system repeatedly shuts off the
fire, the appliance should be switched off and a specialist should be consulted.
4. Advise the customer that they should read their owner guide before operating the
fire and always follow the advice in the section headed “Cleaning your fire”.
5. Stress that no extra ceramic fuel effect pieces must be added over and above
those supplied with the appliance and that any replacements must only be the
authorised spares. Warn that ignoring this advice could cause incomplete
clearance of the products of combustion with consequent health hazards. If you
have not done so already; attach or place the ceramic fuel effect guide inside
this guide.
6. Advise the customer that the appliance will operate to its maximum potential if the
flue is primed during the first 20 – 30 minutes of use. To do this, simply set the control
to its highest setting. This will also burn off any carbon deposits that may have formed
during previous use.
7. Emphasise that if the glass panel is broken or damaged, the fire should be
turned off and not used until the window unit is refitted with an authorised
replacement. The fire should not be used without the glass panel fitted.
8. Advise the customer that when first turned on from cold, the flames will appear
predominantly blue and it is normal for condensation to form on the rear of the glass
panel. The condensation will disappear after a few minutes use.
9. If using the appliance for long periods it is beneficial to change between settings.
This will also help to remove any carbon deposits that may form during use.
10. Recommend that the appliance should be serviced by a competent person at
least annually.
11. If the appliance is in premises in the United Kingdom occupied by a tenant, point
out that by law a landlord must have any gas appliance, flue and pipework which is
situated in a tenant’s premises checked for safety at least every 12 months.
12. Advise that the fire may give off a slight odour while new. This is quite normal and
it will disappear after a short period of use.
13. Inform the customer that the Serial number for the appliance is located on
the information label, located behind the fascia and underneath the burner
module (See figure 10 on page 59).
14. Hand the literature pack with this guide to the customer.
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18. SERVICING & PARTS REPLACEMENT

Always turn off the gas supply before commencing any servicing and allow
the fire to cool completely (The appliance inlet ‘T’ connector incorporates an
isolating valve).
 It is recommended that, at least once a year, the appliance is disconnected
and the fireplace opening checked and cleared of any debris.
 This product uses fuel effect pieces and burner compartment walls
containing Refractory Ceramic Fibres (RCF), which are man-made vitreous
silicate fibres. Excessive exposure to these materials may cause irritation to
eyes, skin and respiratory tract. Consequently, it is important to take care when
handling these articles to ensure that the release of dust is kept to a minimum.
To ensure that the release of fibres from these RCF articles is kept to a
minimum, during installation and servicing we recommend that you use a HEPA
filtered vacuum to remove any dust and soot accumulated in and around the
fire before and after working on the fire. When replacing these articles we
recommend that the replaced items are not broken up, but are sealed within a
heavy duty polythene bag, clearly labelled as RCF waste. RCF waste is classed
as a stable, non-reactive hazardous waste and may be disposed at a landfill
licensed to accept such waste. Protective clothing is not required when
handling these articles, but we recommend you follow the normal hygiene rules
of not smoking, eating or drinking in the work area and always wash your
hands before eating or drinking.
 Check that the appliance is clean and that soot or debris is not blocking the gaps
between the ceramic fuel effect pieces causing an imperfect flame.
 Check that soot or debris is not impairing the electrode spark or pilot burner.
 Check that soot or debris is not blocking any of the slots in the main burner.
 After servicing, make sure that the ceramic walls are replaced and the ceramic
fuel effect pieces are replaced correctly as described in the installer and owner
guide supplied with the ceramic fuel effect. The ceramic fuel effect guide may
have been placed inside or attached to this guide.
 Always test for gas soundness and spillage after servicing the appliance.
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18.1 Checking the aeration setting of the burner.
1. The aeration shutter is factory set. It is important to ensure
that the aeration setting is correct (See figure 31).
2. If the setting is not as shown in figure 31 adjust the aeration
setting. To do this loosen the two aeration shutter screws,
slide the aeration shutter to the desired position and tighten
the screws.
18.2 To remove the fascia.
1. The bottom of the fascia is held in place with magnets. Hold
the lower outside edges of the fascia and gently pull forward.
With the bottom released, lift the fascia upward and clear of
Figure 31. Aeration
the upper hanging brackets on the convection box.
shutter setting.
18.3 To remove the window panel.
1. Complete section 18.2.
2. The window panel is secured at the bottom with two clamps. To release the
clamps, hold at the rear and pull down (See
figure 32).
3. With both clamps released, gently pull the
base of the window panel forward. Hold the
window panel base and lift upward until clear
of the two upper window retainers (See figure
33).
4. Replace in the reverse order.
18.4 To remove the fuel effect.
1. Complete sections 18.3.
Figure 32. Window panel clamp
2. Remove the fuel effect in the reverse order
to that shown for fitting in the ceramic guide.
The ceramic fuel effect may cause staining /
discolouration to decorative surfaces. It is
therefore advisable to protect decorative
surfaces.
3. Replace in the reverse order.
Figure 33. Window removal
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18.5 To remove the ceramic side walls.
1. Complete section 18.4.
2. Support the upper port cover, then unscrew and remove the three securing screws
(See figure 28). Gently remove the port cover ensuring that the side ceramic side
walls are not scratched.
3. Gently lower the top of the ceramic side wall towards the burner being careful not
to catch the bottom on the burner brackets (Reference figure 27). Lift the side walls
clear of the convection box.
4. Replace in the reverse order.
18.6 To remove the burner unit.
1. Complete section 18.5.
2. Isolate the gas supply at the inlet isolating ‘T’ connector.
3. Support the inlet ‘T’ connector to avoid straining the pipework and disconnect the
appliance from the inlet
‘T’ connector.
4. Unscrew and remove
the seven screws from
the top of the burner
(See figure 34).
5. Slide the burner unit
clear of the support tray.
6. Replace in the
reverse order.
Figure 34. Burner removal
18.7 To remove the
pilot unit.
1. Remove the burner assembly
(See section 18.6).
2. Detach the pilot pipe from the
pilot unit.
3. Detach the electrode lead from
the underside of the electrode tab.
4. Detach the thermocouple by
unscrewing the thermocouple nut
at the interrupter block (See figure
35).
5. Remove the two screws from the
pilot bracket (See figure 36).
6. Remove the pilot bracket and
pilot assembly.
7. Remove the two screws securing
the pilot unit to the bracket.
Figure 35. Gas valve (Viewed from underside)
8. Refit in the reverse order.
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Note:
1. The pilot unit is an
atmosphere sensing device.
It must be replaced as a
whole assembly. Its
individual components are
not separately replaceable.
18.8 To remove the gas valve.
(See figure 35).
1. Remove the burner assembly (See
section 18.6).
2. If turning the burner upside down,
ensure that the work surface is suitably
Figure 36. Pilot / pilot bracket assembly
protected. This will avoid damage to
removal
the work surface.
3. Remove the thermocouple by
unscrewing the thermocouple nut at the
interrupter block. Remove the two leads
from the interrupter block making sure to
pull on the base of the tabs and not the
leads. It is important that when replacing
the leads that the lead with the larger tag
(From the receiver) is furthest away from
the valve body.
4. Detach the pilot pipe from the gas valve.
5. Detach the inlet pipe.
6. Detach the burner pipe.
7. Detach the electrode lead from the base
of the electrode.
8. Remove the wiring block from the front
of the valve. To do this press the retainer Figure 37. Wiring block removal
tab on the base of the valve (See figure
36) whilst gently pulling on the leads.
9. Remove the two screws that hold the
On/Off switch bracket to the front of the gas
valve bracket (See figure 38).
10. Remove the two screws that retain the
gas valve bracket from the front of the
burner tray and lift the bracket and gas
valve assembly clear.
11. Remove the two screws securing the
Figure 38. On/Off switch removal
gas valve to the mounting bracket.
12. Remove the gas valve.
13. Refit in the reverse order.
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18.9 To remove the receiver box.
1. Slide the receiver box out of its support bracket.
2. Remove the electrode ‘SPARK’ lead.
3. Remove the wiring block from the side of the receiver box.
4. Unscrew and remove the yellow coded switch wire and red coded thermocouple
wire.
5. Refit in reverse order. Please note that the yellow and red wire positions are
marked with coloured spots on the valve body.
18.10 To remove the thermocouple interrupter block.
(See figure 35).
1. Remove the burner unit (See section 18.6).
2. Detach the thermocouple from the interrupter block by unscrewing the
thermocouple nut.
3. Detach the two leads from the interrupter
block making sure to pull on the base of the
tabs and not the leads. It is important that
when replacing the leads that the lead with
the larger tag (From the receiver) is furthest
away from the valve body.
4. Remove the interrupter block by
unscrewing from the gas shut-off tap.
5. Refit in the reverse order. If the leads
cannot be easily attached to the interrupter
block when it is fully tightened to the gas
shut-off tap, slacken it and rotate to allow
the leads to be fitted. Retighten making sure
that the leads remain in place in the
Figure 39. Burner clamping plate.
interrupter block. Fit and tighten the
thermocouple nut making sure that the
leads are secured in the interrupter block
to give a good electrical contact. Do not
over tighten the thermocouple nut.
18.11 To replace the burner.
1. Remove the burner unit (See section
18.6).
2. Unscrew and remove the burner
clamping plate from the upper right hand
side of the burner. Remove all three
screws for ease (See figure 39).
3. Unscrew and remove the injector
cover plate from underneath the burner
Figure 40. Injector cover plate.
(See figure 40).
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4. Support the elbow injector and unscrew the injector nut.
5. Lift the right hand side of the burner, slide it to the right and lift clear
6. Refit in reverse order.
18.12 To remove the burner injector.
1. Remove the burner (See section 18.11 points 1-5).
2. Unscrew the injector from the burner.
3. Refit in the reverse order.
18.13 To remove the appliance from the fireplace.
1. Follow steps 18.2 - 18.5.
2. Detach the burner unit and support tray from the convection box by removing six
screws (See figure 41). Lift the burner unit clear.
3. If the fire retention is as method 1 (See section 11.1 of this guide), remove the
screws.
If the fire retention is as method 2 (See section 11.2 of this guide), slacken the
hexagonal adjusters on the cable retainers and unscrew the thumbscrews to release
the cables.
4. Refit as described in the relevant installation sections. Make sure gas soundness,
sealing, spillage test and performance are satisfactory.
Figure 41. Burner removal
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FOR WARRANTY AND SERVICE INFORMATION
SEE PAGES 55 TO 59
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LIST OF CONTENTS
Section
Page
SAFETY
APPLIANCE DIMENSIONS
GAS CONSUMPTION
OPERATING YOUR FIRE
The Oxysafe flame sensing and flue blockage safety system.
Operating the fire WITH the Remote Control Handset.
Lighting the fire.
Adjusting the flame height.
Adjusting to the pilot only setting.
To turn off.
Operating the fire WITHOUT the Remote Control Handset.
Lighting the burner in the event of battery failure.
To turn off.
CLEANING YOUR FIRE
Fascia, Metal and painted parts.
Removing and cleaning the window assembly.
Ceramic fuel effect pieces and burner compartment walls.
Burner
MAINTENANCE
Battery replacement.
Handset.
Receiver box.
Regular maintenance.
Replacement ceramics.
WARRANTY AND SERVICE
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47
48
48
48
49
49
49
49
50
50
50
51
51
51
52
53
53
54
54
54
54
54
55
55
This gas fire is designed to meet the most stringent quality, performance and safety
requirements to provide you with many years’ trouble-free service.
This guide aims to improve your understanding and appreciation of your gas fire by
providing simple and informative instructions to ensure that you benefit from the
excellent performance and features it has to offer.
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SAFETY
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IF YOU SMELL GAS
DON’T SMOKE.
EXTINGUISH ALL NAKED FLAMES.
DON’T TURN ELECTRICAL SWITCHES ON OR OFF.
TURN OFF THE GAS SUPPLY AT THE METER OR TANK AS APPROPRIATE.
OPEN DOORS AND WINDOWS TO GET RID OF THE GAS.
IMMEDIATELY CALL THE GAS EMERGENCY SERVICE FROM A
NEIGHBOURS PHONE - SEE YOUR LOCAL TELEPHONE DIRECTORY.
Do have the fire installed by a competent person. In the United Kingdom, installation
must be in accordance with the latest edition of the Gas Safety (installation & use)
Regulations. In the Republic of Ireland, installation must be in accordance with all
national and local regulations in force.
Do have the chimney swept prior to installation if it was previously used for solid fuel.
Do have the fire installed in accordance with the installation instructions.
Do wait three minutes before attempting to relight if the fire is switched off or the
flames are extinguished for any reason. (Your fire is fitted with a safety device that will
automatically shut off the gas supply to the fire if, for any reason, the flames go out).
Do get advice about the suitability of any wall covering near your fire. Soft wall
coverings (e.g. embossed vinyl, etc.) which have a raised pattern are easily affected
by heat. They may, therefore, scorch or become discoloured when close to a heating
appliance. Please bear this in mind whenever you are considering redecorating.
Do provide a minimum side clearance as detailed in figure 3. Please bear this in mind
if ever you are considering altering the room.
Do provide a suitable guard that complies with BS 8423 for the protection of young
children, the elderly, the infirm and pet animals.
Do provide the minimum height from the base of the fireplace opening to the
underside of any shelf made from wood or other combustible materials is detailed on
the next page.
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Eminence model.
• For a shelf up to 150mm deep: Minimum height = 730mm.
• For a shelf deeper than 150mm: 730mm + 12.5mm for every 25mm depth over
150mm (See figure 1).
Figure 1. Combustible shelf clearances
Allure model.
• For a shelf up to 150mm deep: Minimum height = 750mm.
• For a shelf deeper than 150mm: 750mm + 12.5mm for every 25mm depth over
150mm (See figure 2).
Figure 2. Combustible shelf clearances
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Don’t hang clothing, towels or any other fabrics over the fire.
Don’t add any ceramic fuel effect pieces to the burner. This could cause incomplete
combustion and safety hazard.
Don’t put paper or any other material on the fire.
Don’t place any combustible material (rugs, carpet, plastic tiles, etc.) on the hearth.
Don’t attempt to clean or service the fire until it has been switched off and allowed to
cool completely.
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APPLIANCE DIMENSIONS
See page 45
Model
Key
Description
Eminence
Allure
A
Height (mm)
643
721
B
Width (mm)
819
895
C
Depth into room (mm)
64
55
D
Minimum mandatory clearance to
combustible surfaces projecting beyond the
front of appliance (mm).
75
40
E
Recommended clearance to noncombustible surfaces for access purposes
(mm).
50
50
Figure 3. Appliance dimensions and clearances (The fascia may differ from that
shown and dimensions are subject to manufacturing tolerances)
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GAS CONSUMPTION
Natural Gas
Has a maximum natural gas input of 5.7kW (Gross)
Has a maximum natural gas output of 4.31kW
Has a minimum natural gas input of 2.0kW (Gross)
Has a minimum natural gas output of 1.33kW
LPG
Has a maximum LPG input of 5.6kW (Gross)
Has a maximum LPG gas output of 4.23kW
Has a minimum LPG gas input of 3.3kW (Gross)
Has a minimum LPG gas output of 2.37kW
OPERATING YOUR FIRE
PLEASE NOTE
When operating your fire for the first time, some vapours may be given off which may
cause a slight odour and could possibly set off any smoke alarms in the immediate
vicinity. These vapours are quite normal with new appliances. They are totally harmless
and will disappear after a few hours use.
The Oxysafe flame sensing and flue blockage safety system.
For your safety, this appliance is fitted with a flue blockage safety device which will
shut down the appliance in the event of abnormal flue conditions. This device is
NOT a substitute for an independently mounted Carbon Monoxide detector.
The device will also automatically shut off the gas supply to the fire if the pilot flame
goes out due to lack of oxygen or for any other reason.
If this device starts to repeatedly shut off the gas, get expert advice.
This device incorporates a probe which senses that the heat from the pilot flame is
correct. If this probe is cool, the device will prevent any gas flow unless the control
knob is held in at the ignition position.
If, for any reason, the flames go out when the fire is hot or if the fire is turned off
when hot, always wait at least three minutes before attempting to relight.
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Operating the fire WITH the Remote Control Handset.
Lighting the fire.
Turn the ‘manual’ knob to the ON, full counterclockwise
Simultaneously press and hold the ‘OFF’ and
position.
(large flame) buttons until a short
acoustic signal confirms the start sequence has begun; release buttons. Continuing
signals confirms the ignition is in progress. There will be a slight delay and several
sparks should be seen between the electrode and pilot tip. Once pilot ignition is
confirmed there is main gas flow.
When pilot ignition is confirmed, motor turns automatically to maximum flame height.
Adjusting the flame height.
When the burner is operating press the
flame height and press the
adjustment press the
(large flame) button to increase the
(small flame) to decrease the flame height. For fine
/
button for approximately two seconds until an acoustic
signal is given, then release the button.
Please note:
 The flames on the N.G. appliance will appear predominantly blue. The flames
on the L.P.G. appliance will appear predominantly yellow.
 The appliance will operate to its maximum potential if the flue is primed
during the first 20 – 30 minutes of operation. To do this, simply set the control
knob to its ‘HIGH’ setting. This will also burn off any dust deposits that may
have formed during the appliance being switched off.
Adjusting to the pilot only setting.
When the burner is operating press
and hold the (small flame) until
the burner flame extinguishes. The
pilot can be seen through the cutout
immediately to the right of the centre
log (See figure 4). To turn the main
burner on again simply press and
hold the
(large flame) button.
Figure 4. Pilot viewing
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To turn off.
To turn the fire off press the ‘OFF’ button. After turning the fire off the remote control
valve will return to its starting position. For this reason it is important to leave the
appliance alone for a period of one (1) minute before attempting to relight.
Operating the fire WITHOUT the Remote Control Handset.
Lighting the burner in the event of battery failure.
1. To gain access to the gas valve it
will be necessary to remove the
fascia. The bottom of the fascia is
held in place with magnets. Hold the
lower outside edges of the fascia
and gently pull forward. With the
bottom released, lift the fascia
upward and clear of the upper
hanging brackets on the convection
box.
2. The ‘main valve knob’ is the knob
on the right hand side (See figure 5).
Turn this knob to the ‘OFF’, fully
clockwise position
.
3. The ‘manual knob’ is the knob on Figure 5. Controls
the left hand side (See figure 5). Turn this knob to
the ‘OFF’, fully clockwise
position.
4. Place the ‘ON/OFF’ switch to the ‘O’ (Off
position).
5. Wait five (5) minutes to clear out any gas. Then
smell for gas, including near the floor. If you smell
gas STOP! and follow the safety information below.
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DON’T SMOKE.
EXTINGUISH ALL NAKED FLAMES.
DON’T TURN ELECTRICAL SWITCHES ON OR
OFF.
Figure 6. Pilot valve operator
TURN OFF THE GAS SUPPLY AT THE METER
OR TANK AS APPROPRIATE.
OPEN DOORS AND WINDOWS TO GET RID OF THE GAS.
IMMEDIATELY CALL THE GAS EMERGENCY SERVICE FROM A NEIGHBOURS
PHONE - SEE YOUR LOCAL TELEPHONE DIRECTORY.
If you do not smell gas, proceed as below.
6. Place the ‘ON/OFF switch to the ‘-’ (On position).
7. With the ‘manual’ knob in ‘MAN’ position a manual pilot valve operator is
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accessible (See figure 6).
 Fully push down the manual
pilot valve operator using
the end of a pencil or similar
and hold in to start pilot gas
flow. Immediately light the
pilot with a long match held
at 45° at the left hand side
of the pilot (See figure 7),
while continuing to hold in
the manual pilot valve
operator for about ten (10)
seconds after the pilot is lit.
Release manual pilot valve Figure 7. Match location
operator. If pilot does not
stay lit, repeat steps 2 through 7.
NOTE If the pilot does not stay lit after several tries, turn the gas control knob (main
valve knob) to ‘OFF’ and proceed to step 10.
8. Turn the ‘manual’ knob to the ON, full counterclockwise
position. The main
burner will now light on the max flame setting.
9. Turn main valve knob to the full ‘ON' counterclockwise
position.
10. If the appliance will not operate, follow the instructions “To Turn Off” below and
call the Valor Fires Technical Helpline 0844 8711 565.
To turn off.
To turn the fire off press the ‘ON/OFF’ switch to the ‘O’ (Off position).
CLEANING YOUR FIRE
To maintain the high performance and quality finish of your fire please follow these
guidelines:
 Before attempting to clean the fire, please remember to turn off the fire and wait
for the appliance to cool completely. The fire will retain heat for some time before
cleaning can begin.
 If any pieces of debris are found in the convector box, have the chimney inspected
before further use.
Fascia, Metal and painted parts.
 Clean the metal and painted parts with a slightly damp, lint free non-abrasive cloth
and then dry.
 Do not use abrasive cleaners, as these will scratch the fire surface.
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Removing and cleaning the window assembly.
Removal of the window assembly is only necessary if you wish to clean the rear of
the window or access the ceramic components. The window assembly can be
cleaned with a mild detergent and water. Glass cleaner can also be used. Any stains
on the glass can be removed with a nonabrasive cleaner such as a ceramic hob
cleaner. Never use abrasive cleaners. Clean
the window carefully in accordance with the
instructions supplied with the cleaner.
1. The bottom of the fascia is held in place
with magnets. Hold the lower outside edges
of the fascia and gently pull forward. With the
bottom released, lift the fascia upward and
clear of the upper hanging brackets on the
convection box.
2. The window panel is secured at the bottom Figure 8. Window panel clamp
with two clamps. To release the clamps, hold
at the rear and pull down (See figure 8).
3. With both clamps released, gently pull the
base of the window panel forward. Hold the
window panel base and lift upward until clear of
the two upper window retainers (See figure 9).
4. To fit the fascia, place the top rear of the
fascia against the fireplace front surface so that
the two retaining plates at the back of the fascia
are directly above the two retaining brackets on
the convection box. Keeping the lower part of
Figure 9. Window removal
the fascia clear of the
fire body, lower the
fascia making sure that
the rear retaining
plates locate fully into
the retaining brackets
on the convection box
(See figure 10). The
fascia bottom is held in
place with magnets.
Figure 10. Fitting the fascia (Shown with Eminence fascia)
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Ceramic fuel effect pieces and burner compartment walls.
To gain access to the ceramic components the window assembly must be removed
as in the previous section.
This product uses fuel effect pieces and burner compartment walls containing
Refractory Ceramic Fibres (RCF), which are man-made vitreous silicate fibres.
Excessive exposure to this material may cause irritation to eyes, skin and
respiratory tract. Consequently, it is important to take care when handling these
articles to ensure that the release of dust is kept to a minimum.
 Light coatings of soot will usually be burnt off during the normal operation of the
fire. Should any soot accumulation become excessive, the one piece overlay coal and
ceramic fuel effect base should be removed from the fire for cleaning.
 Cleaning should be carried out in a well ventilated area or in the open air by gently
brushing with the pieces held away from your face so that you avoid inhaling the dust.
 We do not recommend the use of a normal domestic vacuum cleaner which may
blow dust back into the air.
 We suggest that you remove the ceramic fuel effect pieces in the reverse order to
that shown in the ceramic fuel effect installer and owner guide.
 Once cleaned replace the fuel effect as in ceramic fuel effect installer and owner
guide.
Burner.
To gain access to the burner the window assembly and ceramic components must be
removed as in the previous sections.
Remove any deposits of soot or other foreign matter from the surface of the burner
with a dry soft brush. Be careful not to brush any particles into the open slots.
Remove any particles from the slots with a vacuum cleaner fitted with a soft brush
attachment. Do not poke wire, etc. into the slots in the burner.
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MAINTENANCE
Battery replacement.
Please note: In order to ensure maximum battery life and optimal performance,
we recommend that only 'Long Life' alkaline type replacement batteries are
used.
Handset.
The remote control handset is battery powered. To
replace the battery, remove the rear compartment
cover from the remote control handset. To do this
push the cover towards the bottom of the handset
(See figure 11). Remove the existing battery.
Fit a 9 Volt ‘PP3’ size battery in to the handset and
replace the cover.
Receiver box.
The gas valve and receiver box are battery
powered. To replace the batteries for both it will be Figure 11. Handset Battery
necessary to remove the fascia. The bottom of the compartment cover
fascia is held in place with magnets. Hold the
lower outside edges of the fascia and gently pull forward. With the bottom released,
lift the fascia upward and clear of the upper
hanging brackets on the convection box.
Gently pull the receiver box forward and clear
of its support. Slide the battery compartment
cover clear (See figure 12). Remove the
existing batteries. Fit four 1.5 Volt ‘AA’ size
batteries. It is important that the +ve and -ve
symbols on the battery match those of the
illustration inside the battery holder. Replace
the cover, slide the receiver back into its
support bracket and shut the access cover.
Figure 12. Receiver box battery
compartment cover.
Regular maintenance.
In order to achieve and maintain high levels of
personal safety and performance efficiency, it is essential that the opening at the back
of the fire and the flue are kept clear of any form of obstruction. It is possible that
deposits of mortar or soot could fall and accumulate causing the flue to be blocked or
restricted and so preventing proper clearance of dangerous exhaust fumes.
In the United Kingdom it is the law that a landlord must have any gas appliance, flue
and pipework which is situated in a tenant’s premises checked for safety at least
every twelve months by a competent person (In the UK a GAS SAFE REGISTER
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engineer, Outside of the UK a CORGI or GAS SAFE REGISTER engineer).
We recommend that all gas appliances and their flues, wherever situated, are
checked annually.
Replacement ceramics.
If you wish to replace any of the ceramic fuel effect pieces, spare parts are available
nationwide via the ‘interpart stockist network’. For your local stockist consult Yellow
pages under Central Heating.
WARRANTY AND SERVICE
Standard Warranty Terms & Conditions.
The warranty is for 12 months subject to contract.
In the United Kingdom servicing can be carried out either by a heateam service
engineer or a GAS SAFE REGISTER engineer (Outside of the United Kingdom
servicing can be carried out either by a CORGI or GAS SAFE REGISTER engineer).
You must register your fire with heateam, the service division of Baxi Heating UK
Limited, either by completing and returning the registration card or calling our free
telephone registration line on 0800 032 72 44.
It is also a requirement of the warranty that the fire has an annual service (every 12
months) in accordance with the installation and servicing instructions, performed by a
GAS SAFE REGISTER engineer, (CORGI or GAS SAFE REGISTER outside of UK).
If you would like heateam to carry this out this service, please call on 08700 60 30
60.
Our promise to you
If you experience a fault with your new fire, we aim to provide a safe and high quality
repair service supported by our dedicated national network of highly skilled engineers.
If your installer can’t resolve the problem for you, we will do everything we can to get
an engineer out to you as quickly as possible. Nothing in this warranty will affect your
statutory rights.
What you need to do if you experience a problem with the operation of the fire:

You should always contact your installer first, because the cause of the fault may
not be related to the fire.
 If your installer confirms that the fault is with the fire and they can’t repair it, our
friendly customer service team is on hand to help.
 Simply call our service division heateam on 08706 090 081 to book an engineer
visit or for any general advice that you may need. Our contact centre is open Monday
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to Friday 8am – 6pm, weekends and Bank Holidays 8.30am – 2pm, excluding
Christmas Day and New Years day.
When calling heateam, it would be helpful if you could have the following information
to hand:1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Fire serial number and fascia code (Located on the information label - See
figure 13 on page 59)*.
Date of installation*
Your installer name and address details*
Fire make and model number*
Proof of purchase (if you do not have the fire serial number)
*Note: details 1 – 4 should be recorded on pages 58 & 59 at the end of this
guide.
What this warranty covers
Free of charge repair or replacement of components found to be of faulty
manufacture.
Free of charge replacement of the complete unit providing the failure is related to a
manufacturing fault that cannot be repaired or is uneconomic to repair.
What this warranty does not cover
Repairs to fires which haven’t been installed and commissioned properly and as set
out in the installation instructions.
Faults caused by inadequate supply of gas or electricity (where applicable).
Reimbursement of any third party repair or replacement costs that we haven’t been
told about or agreed with you in advance.
Compensation or consequential losses (e.g. loss of earnings, business losses, stress
and inconvenience) arising from a production breakdown, including repair delays
caused by factors outside our reasonable control.
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The following pages are to be completed by the installer:
Installer Details (Block Capitals)
Installer Name
Gas Safe Register or Corgi
Registration Number.
Company Name.
Company Address
Company Telephone number
Company Fax number
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Model
7 6
2
Serial number (Can be found on information label - See figure 13)
A LABEL CONTAINING THE SERIAL
NUMBER MAY HAVE BEEN PLACED
INSIDE THIS BOX.
Fascia name (Block Capitals)
Fascia code - Can be found on information label (Block Capitals)
A LABEL
CONTAINING THE
FASCIA CODE MAY
HAVE BEEN PLACED
INSIDE THIS BOX.
Brand (Please tick)
Baxi
Valor
Wonderfire
Other........................
Date of Installation
D
D
M
M
Y
Y
Figure 13. Information label
location.
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