HEREFORD 5 GAS STOVE
Installation & Operating Instructions
For LPG Q5 Stoves
IGNITE 5 GAS STOVE – (CD1)
HEREFORD 5 GAS STOVE – (CD2)
DESIRE 5 GAS STOVE – (SD1)
Manual Control
Conventional, Top or Rear Flue, LPG Gas Stove
PLEASE LEAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS WITH THE END USER
Please note: Gas installations MUST only be carried out by installers who
are Gas Safe registered.
Warning - Appliance should not be used if the glass in the door is
cracked, damaged or broken.
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Contents
Introduction
3
Packing List
3
Specification & Dimensions
4
Hearth Requirements
5
Chimney Requirements
6
Assembly
Burner Installation
7
Mica Board Installation
8
Connecting the TTB Sensor
9
Ceramics Index
10
Positioning the logs / Fitting the Decorative Log Reatainer
11-13
Gas Connection & Pressure Testing
14
Spillage Testing
15
Maintenance
16
Operating the Stove
17
Cleaning the Stove / Curing the Paint
18
Trouble-shooting
19-20
Servicing
21
Commissioning Form
22
Guarantee
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Introduction
THANK YOU FOR PURCHASING A BROSELEY GAS STOVE
Broseley Fires Ltd, a family run company, was founded as an appliance and design
development company in 1975.
Since then we have built up an enviable reputation for the quality, reliability and fuel
efficiency of our stoves.
These instructions have been carefully prepared to guide the installer and end-user
through the relevant methods and standards for installation of your new Gas Stove.
Correctly installed and operated, your stove will give you many years of warmth and
reliability. Therefore, we would suggest that you read the whole instruction manual prior
to handing it to your installer. That way you will have a clearer picture of what is involved.
It is required by law that the complete assembly, installation and commissioning of gas
stoves is carried out by a professionally qualified and accredited gas fitter listed on the
“Gas Safe” register.
THE INSTALLATION MUST BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE ‘GAS SAFETY
INSTALLATION AND USE REGULATIONS’ IN CONJUNCTION WITH THESE
INSTRUCTIONS AND THE
RELEVANT ‘BRITISH STANDARDS CODES OF
PRACTICE’ REQUIREMENTS AND THE RELEVANT ‘LOCAL AND NATIONAL
BUILDING REGULATIONS’. A COMMISSIONING CERTIFICATE MUST BE LEFT
WITH THE END CUSTOMER UPON FINAL COMPLETION AND THE
COMMISSIONING FORM COMPLETED IN THE BACK OF THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
Packing List
Stove Box
Fibre Box (Packed outside Stove)
1 x Stove Body
1 x Main Ceramic Base
1 x Flue Spigot
4 x Various Sized Logs
1 x Burner (Attached)
1 x Instruction Manual
1 x Left hand side mica board (Attached)
1 x Right hand side mica board (Attached)
1 x Rear mica board (Attached)
1 x Top mica board (Attached)
1 x Flue blanking plate (Attached)
3 x M6 x 30 bolts
3 x M6 Washers
3 x M6 C/Sunk Screws
1 X Base Plate
Chimney closure plates are not supplied
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Specification
Heat Input (Gross)
Gas Category
Supply Pressure
Gas Rate
Injector Size
Flue diameter
Country of destination
Efficiency Class
Nominal Output
NOx Class
5.0kW
I3P
37 mbar
0.181 m3/hr
7 x 0.45mm (L5)
125mm (5”)
GB, IE
Class 2
4.2kW
4 Top Flue, 5 Rear Flue
Please note this product is designed to only use LPG Gas G31 Propane.
Dimensions
Ignite CD1 Q5 - WEIGHT 61 Kg
Hereford CD2 Q5 – WEIGHT 56 Kg
Desire SD1 Q5 – WEIGHT 58 Kg
All dimensions are in millimetres.
All parts of this appliance become hot during normal use. All parts of the appliance
should be considered ‘working surfaces’.
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Hearth Requirements
The appliance needs to be located onto a solid non-combustible hearth with a minimum
thickness of 12mm. The hearth must be capable of withstanding the weight of the
appliance.
To ensure correct combustion the following minimum clearances must be adhered to
NB Side measurements taken from the Lid of the stove (Dimension E on page 4):
Rear measurement taken from the dilution box
Material
Dimension
Rear
Non-Combustible
50mm
Side
Combustible
Non-Combustible
150mm
150mm
Hearth Protrusion (in front of the appliance)
Shelf Distance
50mm
300mm
Please note these are minimum clearances, whenever possible it is advisable to have
as much clearance as possible around the stove for easy access and maintenance.
Please note the gas supply connection to the appliance is to the right hand side
rear of the stove. The connection requires an 8mm-diameter semi-rigid pipe, not
more than 1 meter in length.
Additional Requirements

Curtains should not be positioned above the appliance at a distance of less than
the minimum specified for shelves
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An additional guard is to be used to take account of the special hazards that exist
in nurseries and other places where there are young children or aged or infirm
persons present.
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Chimney Requirements
Please note Broseley Fires do not provide flue pipes, closure plates or any other
associated accessory.
Top or Rear Flue Outlet
The stove must be installed in accordance with current gas and buildings regulations
BS5871: Part1. The appliance can be installed in any adequate area suitable for solid
fuel fires and stoves. It can use a class 1, class 2 and pre-cast flue.
For pre-cast flue installations it is ESSENTIAL that a sealed connection is made into the
actual flue system (a void behind a closure plate is not permitted). Please refer to the
codes of best practice for further advice on pre-cast flues. Before you install the stove,
make sure the chimney flue outlet is correctly positioned to align with the flue outlet on
the stove and that the chimney is in good condition. If not, a chimney liner must be
installed or a suitable class II gas flue used. A draught is necessary to ensure the
products of combustion are fully evacuated.
It is recommended that the flue run is as straight as possible. The flue must have a
minimum vertical height of 3 metres to ensure adequate draught. You can have a
maximum of four bends in the run, each bend must not exceed 45° and an
additional metre of vertical flue should be provided for each bend. Ideally you
should have a minimum vertical section of 600mm before any bend immediately
off the top of the appliance, however it is permitted to use a 45° bend straight off
the appliance provided you have an adequate flue draft.
Prior to installation, the installer should ensure that the flue is free from obstruction and
any dampers must be fixed in a permanently open position. Ensure the chimney is not
closed and that it has been swept and subsequently smoke tested.
Make sure that rain, birds or any foreign body cannot get into the chimney to cause
damage or blockage. This problem can normally be overcome by fitting an approved gas
cowl. It is essential for the effective running of your stove that the chimney draws
properly to allow the products of combustion to escape.
VENTILATION (GB ONLY)
The gas stove is rated at less than 7kw and therefore does not normally require
additional ventilation in the room (BS5871 – part II).
Flue Spigot Connection
Attach the supplied 5” diameter spigot to the top or rear of the stove using the three
M6x40 bolts and washers provided. The blanking plate (supplied) must be fitted over the
remaining flue outlet using 3 off m6 Countersunk screws.
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Assembly - Burner Installation
The burner will come pre-fitted, however please ensure all components are present and
fitted as per the information below prior to commencing installation. You will need a pozi
drive screwdriver when fitting/replacing these items.
1) Remove the stove body from its packaging and stand it in position.
2) To open the door, remove the handle by rotating it anti-clockwise until it clears the
thread. The handle acts like a nut on a thread and once removed will allow the door
to open fully.
3) Insert the burner end with the control knob first followed by the other end of the
burner locating the burner bracket onto the side fixing points.
4) Fasten the burner into position using two (2) M6x40 bolts and washers provided, the
burner needs to be pushed back to the rear of the stove. The front edge of the burner
brackets should be flush with the front edge of the brackets on the stove body.
5) The stove base plate can now be fitted. This plate rests on the base on the stove
6) Next fit the mica boards as detailed in the next section.
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Assembly – Mica Boards
First fit the rear mica board in front of the burner bracket as shown above and secure
through the burner fixing points using the 2 x No.6 x 25 self -tapping screws provided.
Rest the top mica board (2) onto the rear. Finally fit the remaining side mica board (4)
Whilst holding the top mica in position and allow the top board to rest down onto it
insert the LHS side board (3)
(the top board should now be supported by
both the side and rear mica boards).
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Assembly - Fitting TTB sensor
With the burner installed, thread the TTB connection cable from the interrupter to the
TTB sensor (mounted on the rear panel of the stove).
Thermo
Couple
TTB
TTB sensor (located
just below the rear
flue outlet).
TTB
Connection
Cable
Interrupter
Interrupter
To Gas Valve
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Assembly – Ceramics Index
Only the ceramics supplied with this appliance should be used. The ceramics should
only be laid as described in these instructions.
Before any ceramics are placed in position, ensure that the pilot is not obstructed,
and the burner is operating correctly.
Broseley Fires Ltd accepts no responsibility for any injury sustained whilst handling hot
ceramics. Ceramics which are placed other than in accordance with these instructions
will be the sole responsibility of the fitter to rectify, and Broseley Fires will not be liable
for any associated costs.
Before proceeding with the positioning of the logs, ensure they are all present. Leaving
them in the packaging will allow you to locate them easier.
Ceramic Index Main Ceramic Base x1
Ceramic Index Loose Logs x4
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Assembly – Positioning of the Logs
STEP 1 – Place the main ceramic base in position as below
Using the 2 off M5 C/Sunk Bolts provided, locate the decorative trim behind the stove
opening as shown and secure in position.
Although it is possible to position all of the ceramics first, we recommend fitting
the log retainer at this point as it will make things easier.
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Assembly – Positioning of the Logs
STEP 2 – Place the front log with the two cut outs in on the front of the main base so it
touches the rear of the log retainer
STEP 3 – Place the large rear log in position across the rear of the base as below
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Assembly - Positioning the Logs
STEP 4 – The
final log can
now
be
positioned
across
the
centre, ensure
the right hand
part of the log
(as you look at
it) is touching
both the front
log and right
hand side of the
main base so it
is tilted back
over. The left
hand side of the
log needs to be
placed between
the two stand
offs as shown.
STEP 5 – Finally place the last log in the rear right hand corner of the stove as below.
Any soot accumulation within the appliance (including visible soot on logs) indicates that
the ceramics need to be re-positioned. It is important that flames from the burner are not
impinged by any of the ceramics, small adjustments may be necessary.
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Assembly - Gas Connection & Pressure Testing
A minimum 15mm-diameter gas supply pipe must be used to within 1 metre of the
installation with the final connection to the stove to be completed with the suitable 8mm
semi-rigid gas pipe. The 8mm pipe should be connected to the inlet of the gas valve
using the nut and 8mm olive provided. Support the control whilst finally tightening the
supply pipe.
The gas supply connection to the appliance is located at the right hand side rear of the
stove. The connection requires an 8mm-diameter semi-rigid pipe, not more than 1 meter
in length.
Pressure Testing
Always make sure that there is adequate gas pressure and volume to the stove. The
relevant pressures are on the ID plate on the gas control knob.
1. For propane gas, this is 37mbar measured at the inlet connection to the stove
with the appliance in the full rate position.
2. Ensure that the gas pressure to the stove is maintained when it is operating at
the same time as other appliances in the building and that a suitable pressure
gauge is used i.e. a manometer. If the gas pressure is not as per above it will be
the sole responsibility of the fitter to rectify and Broseley Fires will not be liable for
any associated costs.
3. All figures obtained during pressure testing should be recorded on the
commissioning form found at the end of these instructions.
Ventilation (GB only)
The gas stove is rated at less than 7kw and therefore does not normally require
additional ventilation in the room (BS5871 – part II).
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Spillage Testing
A Spillage Test MUST be carried out before the installed stove is left with the customer.
Carry out the test by first closing all doors and windows in the room containing the fire.
Ensure that the fire is burning at full rate for a minimum of 10-15 minutes.
Using a lighted smoke match, run it along under the rear edge of the stove. The draught
diverter box is situated at the rear of the stove, the entry being in the rear panel for the
stove. Observe the smoke being drawn into the dilution box. After 10 minutes repeat the
test
If there is an extractor fan in a nearby room the spillage test must be repeated with the
fan running and all connecting doors between the fire and fan left open.
If there are problems, the chimney / flue may require attention, see “Chimney
Requirements” section.
Spillage Monitoring System
This appliance is fitted with an atmospheric sensing spillage monitoring system, in the
form of an oxygen depletion-sensing pilot. This is designed to shut down the fire within a
safe period if there is an excessive build-up of products of combustion within the room
space. This would usually only occur if the flue path suffered severe blockage and / or
ventilation was severely impeded.
THE FOLLOWING ARE IMPORTANANT WARNINGS RELATIVE TO THE SPILLAGE
MONITORING SYSTEM
1. The installer must not attempt any adjustments to the spillage monitoring system.
2. There must be no attempt to disable the spillage monitoring system.
3. It is not possible to replace individual parts of the pilot assembly on the appliance
only a complete pilot assembly (including thermocouple) may be fitted in the
event of a replacement being necessary. When the spillage monitoring system is
replaced, only complete and original manufactures’ parts may be fitted.
4. Should the appliance turn itself off, wait for a minimum of 3 minutes before
attempting to re-light. In the event of your stove tripping out, consult your
installation engineer to have the flue / chimney checked.
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Maintenance
Door adjustment
In the case of the door rope not providing an adequate seal to the room, products of
combustion may enter the room (see warning notes), to ensure an adequate seal the
door may need to be periodically adjusted as the rope seal wears with use.
Hinge Adjustment (seal on Left hand side is not compressed):
DESIRE (SD1) AND IGNITE (CD1) MODELS ONLY
 Ensure that the stove is cold before proceeding
 Remove the door by lifting the door
off the hinges
 Loosen the Hinge Locking nut inside
the stove
 Rotate the hinge by 1 turn (clockwise
to tighten seal, anticlockwise to
loosen seal) on both the top and
bottom hinge, this ensures that the
door seal will compress or loosen
evenly
 Re fit the door back onto the hinges
and tighten the locking nut inside the
stove
 Check the seal provides an
adequate seal.
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Operating the Stove
It is important to read these instructions thoroughly before lighting the stove.
The gas stove operates with a traditional permanent pilot light.
The knob for ignition and power control are located on the lower right hand side of the
stove, the indicator in the plate shows the knob position (Marked on knob)
The pilot light is located at the front left corner of the main ceramic.
If the Flame Supervision Device Actuating Flame (the pilot light) is extinguished by
intention or not, no attempt should be made to re-light until 3 minutes have elapsed.
IGNITING THE PILOT AND USING THE HIGH/LOW FUNCTION
1. From the start position, depress the control knob fully.
2. Whilst depressed, turn knob sharply 90 degrees anti-clockwise to “pilot” setting.
You should feel some resistance and hear a click. Repeat until pilot light is
visibly lit. You should be able to see the spark from the electrode and once lit the
pilot flame via the small hole in the main ceramic base.
3. Keep knob depressed at this point for 15-20 seconds, then release.
4. Upon releasing, ensure the pilot is still lit, if not, repeat above steps.
5. With pilot established, turn the knob Anti-clockwise to select the low flame
setting. Turning the control further anti-clockwise you will be able to select the
high flame setting.
6. From the high setting you can select low by turning the control knob clockwise.
EXTINGUISHING THE STOVE FULLY
1. From any heat setting, or the permanent pilot, depress control knob and turn
clockwise to “OFF” position.
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Cleaning the Stove / Curing the Paint
Important Note:
Should the glass door become broken or damaged in any way, turn your stove off and
do not attempt to re-light it. Contact your dealer for a replacement to be fitted before
relighting the appliance. The glass used in this appliance is ceramic type glass suitable
for operation up to 750 degrees. Do not use any other types of glass in this appliance.
Cleaning
We recommend only doing this when the stove is cold using a soft brush to clean any of
the stove surfaces, this is normally sufficient to remove dust and general debris. For
stubborn marks you can use a damp lint free cloth, ensure that all surfaces are
dried off immediately. We do not recommend using any kind of chemicals or
abrasive materials. It is possible to touch up the paint using the original black stove paint
however this new paint will then need to cure.
Curing the paint
It is important to note that upon initial lighting of the stove you will notice a strong odour
this is the paint curing and is completely normal.
Most high temperature paints operate in the same way. They use a resin which dries at
room temperature and a silicon resin which cures at high temperatures. When the stove
is burned the dry resin burns away and the silicon cures. This transition occurs about
240 degrees C / 475 degrees F.
Light the appliance and set the control to the “HIGH” position for the maximum output.
The surfaces of the stove will take an hour to reach maximum paint curing temperature.
The longer you can leave the stove at this temperature the faster the paint will cure (this
could involve several prolonged periods)
IT IS NORMAL FOR THE STOVE TO GIVE OFF ODOURS WHILST THE PAINT,
SEALANT AND METAL COMPONENTS.
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Trouble-shooting
The gas pilot will not ignite or stay lit
 Ensure the gas is turned on at the appliance and the meter / cylinder.
 Is there a strong spark being generated, check connections if not.
 The pilot gas button must be held in for at least 20 seconds once the pilot is
established to ensure the safety thermocouple is heated sufficiently.
 Ensure that both ends of the TTB connection cable are firmly connected. Instruction
for connecting the TTB is given earlier in this instruction (page 9). You can also rule
out a faulty TTB sensor by connecting the two ends of the TTB connection wire
together using a metal paper clip.
 Make sure that the brass interrupter (connects thermocouple and TTB to valve –
shown on page 9) is not too loose. You should not be able to move the interrupter by
hand. Any break in the following circuit will cause the pilot not to stay alight as the
electrical charge from the thermos-couple needs to arrive at the valve to keep it lit:
Thermocouple
Interrupter
Valve
TTB Sensor

Take care not to overtighten the interrupter unit into the valve as this can twist the
spade connections. As you look at the back of the interrupter the spade connections
should look like two vertical lines (if they are more like 45°C then its too tight)

Ensure that the pilot injector is not obstructed or blocked and it is free from any dust
or dirt.
Ensure gas pressures and flow rates are correct, as this will prevent ignition of the
pilot. An indication of high pressure can be a whistling sound from the pilot.
Ensure that the pilot assembly has not been damaged in transit. Be sure to check the
gap between the thermocouple and electrode is sufficient and that the spark is not
arcing elsewhere, this is a very delicate device.
The pilot flame should burn with a strong blue flame. The flame should be focused
on the tip of the thermocouple.
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Trouble-shooting
The main burner does not seem to burn correctly or will not stay alight
 Ensure gas pressures and flow rates are correct.
 Test with all ceramics removed
 Confirm that the flame pattern is even across the surface of the burner by removing
all of the ceramics. Only do this once pressures and flow rates are confirmed as
being correct.
 Double check all ceramics are re-positioned correctly.
 Ensure you have between 1mm and 3mm gap from the head of the pilot to the base
plate (base plate may have moved in transit)
1 – 3mm Gap
1 – 3mm
Once all the above checks are completed, leave the appliance in a fully commissioned
state.
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Servicing Instructions
Servicing should be carried out annually by a qualified installation gas safe engineer.
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To open the door, remove the handle by rotating it anti-clockwise until it clears the
thread. The handle acts like a nut on a thread and once removed will allow the door
to open fully.
Remove the logs and clean any dust and debris from the top of the burner unit and
the inside of the stove. A vacuum cleaner can be used, but take care around the pilot
assembly to prevent accidental damage. A clean soft brush can also be used. Take
care not to brush any debris towards the pilot as this may cause an obstruction in the
jet.
Clean any dust / debris from each individual ceramic using a very soft brush.
Check the condition of the ceramics. Damaged ceramics will affect the efficient
operation of the stove and will need to be replaced.
Clean the glass with a soft cloth.
The outside of the stove can be cleaned as per instructions given previously.
Re-lay the ceramics and close the door ensuring an air tight seal.
Ignite the appliance and observe an even flame pattern.
Carry out all necessary final checks and leave the appliance in a fully commissioned
state.
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Commissioning Form
THIS SECTION MUST BE COMPLETED AND SIGNED BY THE INSTALLATION
ENGINEER
PLEASE LEAVE WITH THE CUSTOMER AND THE APPLIANCE.
Size of Governor setting: (i.e.) Propane Gas 37mbar.
Length and size of gas supply: _______________
Meter pressure Stove only on: ________________
Meter pressure with all other appliances on: __________________
Burner pressure Stove only on: _______________
Burner pressure with all other appliances on: __________________
Gas rate - Propane Gas - Time for 1 cubic foot in seconds: ___________
Top or Rear Flue Installation: _________
Overall length of flue: __________
Is there any spillage: __________Is the draught excessive: __________
Is there any permanent ventilation in the room: ____________________
Is the TTB connected correctly (both ends): ______________
Is the aeration of the pilot correct: __________
Does the flame encircle the Thermocouple: ___________
Installation Engineers Name:
_____________________________________________________
Installers
Address
__________________________________
__________________________________
__________________________________
__________________________________
Post Code: ______________________________________
Telephone: __________________
Fax:_________________Mobile:___________________Other:
Gas Safe Registration No:
_______________________________________________________
Signed: ___________________________________ Date: _________________
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Guarantee
Your decorative gas stove, when installed in accordance with the installation instructions
and operated in accordance with these instructions should provide many years of safe
and efficient operation.
Should you wish to claim under the warranty, please contact the supplier / dealer from
whom you purchased the appliance. Do not claim directly to Broseley Fires, or Be
Modern, as they are unable to process any direct claim from an end user.
We thank you for purchasing our product and trust it will provide excellent service.
This appliance carries a guarantee of One (1) Year.
We agree to repair free of charge or, at our option, replace the appliance or part thereof,
which may prove to be defective within the guarantee period.
The guarantee is void if:
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The appliance is not installed and operated in accordance with our instructions, or
Repairs or modifications have been carried out by the purchaser or any third party
not authorised by us or:
The appliance has been misused or accidentally damaged, or
Damage is due to ‘fair wear and tear.’ or
The appliance or defective component(s) are not returned to us, prepaid postage.
The appliance has not been serviced annually by a ‘Gas Safe Registered’ engineer.
The rights given in this guarantee are limited to the UK mainland and are in addition to
any to which you may have a statutory entitlement.
Please retain your purchase receipt. We will need to see this in the event of a claim
under warranty.
Broseley Fires Ltd,
First Floor,
Unit B Knights Court,
Archers Way,
Battlefield Enterprise Park,
Shrewsbury,
Shropshire,
SY1 3GA
Tel: 01743 461444
Fax: 01743 461446
http://www.broseleyfires.com
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Be Modern Ltd.
19 - 34 Bedesway,
Bede Industrial Estate,
Jarrow,
Tyne and Wear,
NE32 3BE
Tel: 0191 4898266
Fax: 0191 4834148
http://www.bemodern.co.uk
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