Elegance
by Haas & Sohn
This product is for use only in Great Britain and Ireland (GB, IE)
These instructions are to be left with the customer
, should be read
carefully and kept in a safe place.
They will be necessary when servicing the appliance.
PM173 Issue 4 (February 2009)
Contents
Welcome to Yeoman
Commissioning Data
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4
Technical Specification
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SITE REQUIREMENTS
Stove Dimensions
Hearth Dimensions
Walls adjacent to Hearths
PRE-INSTALLATION CHECKS
Flue or Chimney
Additional Ventilation
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Installing the Stove
Commissioning
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
General
Using the stove for the first time
Burning Wood
Burning Solid Fuel
Ash Removal
Recommended Fuels
MAINTENANCE AND SERVICING
General Cleaning
Cleaning Glass
Chimney Sweeping
Annual Service
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Welcome to Yeoman
Your new Elegance multi-fuel stove is perhaps the most
advanced design of modern stoves. Owning such a stove
shows appreciation for exceptional quality.
IMPORTANT NOTICE
If your stove is installed correctly, it will give you many years
of excellent service for which it was designed. This appliance
must be installed by a HETAS registered installer (GB only).
Please read your manual thoroughly, its purpose is to
familiarise you with your stove, and give guidelines for its
installation, operation and maintenance. If after reading this
manual you need further information, please do not hesitate
to contact your Yeoman dealer.
WARNING
All types of heating appliance can be potentially dangerous.
Correct installation and operating procedures must be
observed when fitting this stove. Some parts of your stove are
protected on their surface with heat proof paint. When the
stove is first used it is normal for it to emit some light smoke,
with an unpleasant smell. Though unpleasant, this is non
toxic and is produced only whilst the stove paint fully cures.
We recommend that you ventilate the room until this
disappears.
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FOR YOUR RECORDS
To assist us in any Guarantee claim please complete the following information:-
YEOMAN DEALER APPLIANCE WAS PURCHASED FROM
Name: ..................................................................................................................................................................................................
Address:...............................................................................................................................................................................................
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Telephone number: ....................................................................................................................................................
INSTALLATION ENGINEER
Company name:...................................................................................................................................................................................
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ESSENTIAL INFORMATION - MUST BE COMPLETED
Date installed:......................................................................................................................................................................................
Model Description: ..............................................................................................................................................................................
Serial number: ..........................................................................................................................................................
COMMISSIONING CHECKS (TO BE COMPLETED AND SIGNED)
Is flue system correct for the appliance
YES
NO
Flue swept and soundness test complete
YES
NO
Smoke test completed on installed appliance
YES
NO
Spillage test completed
YES
NO
Use of appliance and operation of controls explained
YES
NO
Instruction books handed to customer
YES
NO
Signature: ........................................................................................................
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Print name: ......................................................
4.9
4.9
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79.1%
79.1%
79.7%
80.7%
80.7%
80.7%
81%
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150
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103
155
Seasoned wood (less than 20% moisture content).
Briquette smokeless fuel suitable for closed appliances.
(Ancit - Phurnacite - Taybrite - Homefire Ovals).
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SITE REQUIREMENTS
Before installation of this product please read these
instructions fully.
The Elegance Stove should be fitted by a HETAS (GB
only) registered installer, or approved by your local
building control officer. Your Yeoman dealer should be
able to arrange this service for you.
It is very important to also understand the requirements
of the UK Building Regulations (England and Wales Document J / Scotland - Part F), along with any local
regulations and working practices that may apply. Should
any conflict occur between these instructions and the
regulations then the regulations shall apply.
Your building insurance company may also require you to
inform them that you have installed a new heating
appliance, so check with your insurers that your cover is
still valid after installing the Elegance Stove.
All electrical connections should meet the requirements
of UK Building Regulations (England and Wales Document P / Scotland - Part N).
When completing the installation and building works you
should comply with your responsibilities under the Health
and Safety at Work Acts, and any new regulations, which
may be introduced during the lifetime of these
instructions.
Your local Building Control Office would be happy to
advise, should questions arise regarding the requirements
of the regulations.
A faulty installation could cause danger to the
inhabitants and structure of the building.
ELEGANCE STOVE DIMENSIONS
Elegance 200
Elegance 220
Elegance 210
Elegance 240
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SITE REQUIREMENTS
Elegance 250
Elegance 280
Elegance 270
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SITE REQUIREMENTS
Additional information covering the installation of the
Elegance stove may be found in the British Standard:
BS8303.
WALLS ADJACENT TO HEARTHS
Solid, non combustable
material e.g concrete or
masonry
Yeoman Elegance
HEARTH DIMENSIONS
The appliance must stand on either a constructional
hearth with the minimum dimensions as shown in
diagram below.
150mm
minimum
150mm minimum
150mm minimum
A
C
Location of hearth
or Elegance Stove
Constructional
hearth 840mm
minimum
225mm
minimum
Change in level to
mark safe perimeter
150mm
minimum
C
Where the hearth
touches a wall and
the Elegance Stove
is not more than
50mm from the
wall
Constructional
hearth 840mm
minimum
Where the hearth
touches a wall and
the Elegance Stove
is more than 50mm
but not more than
300mm from the
wall
Or a 12mm thick non-combustible board/sheet material
or tiles, of the minimum dimensions shown.
If you are fitting the appliance into an existing hearth
setting, check that it complies with the current
construction regulations and is at least the minimum sizes
shown.
Where the hearth
does not touch a
wall and is no more
than 150mm from
the wall
If you have no existing fireplace or chimney, it is possible
to construct a suitable non-combustible housing and
hearth setting. However this should be constructed to
comply with the requirements of both current national
and local regulations with the design approved by your
local building control officer, masonry chimney systems
built with clay or concrete liners or pre-fabricated block
systems should be constructed in accordance with BS
6461 : Part 1. Factory made insulated systems should
comply with BS 4543 : Part 2 and be installed to BS 7566
: Parts 1 to 4.
150mm
minimum
Wall Thickness W
Solid, non-combustible material
Thickness (W)
Height (A)
200mm
At least 300mm
above the
Elegance Stove
and 1200mm
above the hearth
75mm
At least 300mm
above the
Elegance Stove
and 1200mm
above the hearth
75mm
At least 1200mm
above the hearth
Note: there is no requirement for protection of
the wall where C is more than 150mm
Remember that any new chimney added to your property
may also require planning permission.
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PRE-INSTALLATION CHECKS
It is important that adequate ventilation exists and the
flue or chimney system that is to be used is in good
working condition. Products of combustion that enter the
room could be a serious health risk. Before installation of
this product we recommend that the flue or chimney
system and ventilation requirements are inspected by a
competent person, and passed as suitable for use with the
appliance to be fitted. In particular the following should
be checked: -
1.5 The flue exit from the building should be positioned to
comply with the requirements of the Building
Regulations.
Elegance 240
Elegance 250
Elegance 270
Elegance 280
Flue/Chimney
minimum height*
manufacturer’s instructions
mm
inch
mm
inch
mm
inch
m
feet
Elegance 220
Without liner system
Round (diameter)
Without liner
Flue/Chimney Size
system Square
(minimum dimension).
With liner or factory
madeInstalled
system
(diameter).
in accordance with
Elegance 210
Model
Elegance 200
1.6 Any existing flue should be confirmed as suitable for the
new intended use, as defined in the Building Regulations.
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
135
135
135
135
135
135
135
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
6
5.5
6
13
6
5.5
6
13
6
5.5
6
13
6
5.5
6
13
6
5.5
6
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* When measured from the top of the stove to the top of the flue,
with no horizontal sections and a maximum of four bends with an angle of less than 45°
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5.5
6
13
6
5.5
6
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1.7 Any existing flue or chimney system must be inspected
and swept by a NACS registered (GB only) chimney
sweep, to confirm that the system is structurally sound
and free from any obstructions.
1. Flue or Chimney
1.1 The construction of the flue or chimney system should
meet the requirements of the Building Regulations with
sizes as shown: -
1.8 Suitable access should be provided to enable the
collection and removal of debris.
1.2 An approved, factory made system suitable for solid fuel
use, complying with BS 4543: Part 2, may be used when
installed to the requirements of BS 7566: Parts 1 to 4, the
manufacturer’s instructions and the requirements of
Building Regulations.
1.9 Provision should be made to sweep and inspect the flue
when the appliance is installed.
1.10 No other heating appliances should be connected to, or
share, the same flue or chimney system.
1.3 New masonry chimney systems built with clay or concrete
liners or pre-fabricated block systems should be
constructed in accordance with BS 6461 : Part 1, and the
requirements of Building Regulations.
1.11 Check the flue draught. This should be done with all
windows and doors closed and any extraction fans in this
or adjoining rooms running at maximum speed (see next
section for additional ventilation requirements).
1.4 A flexible flue liner system may be used, if it is
independently certified for use with solid fuel systems,
and is installed according to the manufacturer’s
instructions and the requirements of Building
Regulations. If an appliance is being replaced on an
existing flexible flue liner system, the liner system should
be replaced, unless it can be proved to be recently
installed and can be seen to be in good condition.
Note: A guide containing general information on
chimneys and flues is obtainable from: -
The British Flue & Chimney Manufacturers’
Association, FETA
2 Waltham Court, Milley Lane
Hare Hatch, Reading
Berks RG10 9TH
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Tel : - 01189 403416
e-mail :- bfcma@feta.co.uk
PRE-INSTALLATION CHECKS
1.12 Where a hearth, fireplace, flue or chimney is provided or
extended (including cases where a flue is provided as part
of refurbishment work), information essential to the
correct appliance and use of these should be permanently
posted in the building, to meet Requirement J4 of the
Building Regulations (England and Wales), F3.12
(Scotland).
2. ADDITIONAL VENTILATION
2.2 Extractor fans or cooker hoods should not be placed in
the same room or space as the appliance.
2.3 If any of these checks reveal problems, do not proceed
with the fitting of the appliance until they have been
rectified.
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Elegance 220
Elegance 240
Elegance 250
Elegance 270
Elegance 280
Additional Ventilation
mm
cm
sq. inch
Elegance 210
Model
Elegance 200
2.1 Additional ventilation will be required to comply with
the requirements of the Building Regulations. This
should be provided using a permanently open air vent, of
the size listed, which is positioned so that it is not liable
to be blocked both inside and outside the building.
none
none
1100
none
550
550
1650
-
-
4.33
-
2.17
2.17
6.50
-
-
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5.5
5.5
16.5
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Because each installation is unique to the property, it is
not possible to give full details to suit every setting.
However the installation should comply with the
requirements of the Building Regulations and be made
using ‘best practice’ construction methods.
1.7 Typical top flue installation. Flue to be installed in
accordance with manufacture’s instructions.
To chimney connection as
detailed in building regulations
Remember that many fireplace openings will have a
supporting lintel. Do not remove this without making
provision to support the remaining structure of the
building. The Elegance stove must not form any part of
the supporting structure.
135° Elbow
600mm
minimum
1000mm
maximum
un-supported
1. INSTALLING THE STOVE
Size
5”
6”
Stovax Part No
4512
4612
Flue Pipe 915mm (3ft)
Size
5”
6”
Stovax Part No
4502
4602
1.1 Remove all packing and temporary transportation fixings
from the Elegance stove, check that no parts have been
left in the ashpan.
1.2 Lift the stove into position on the prepared hearth area,
taking care not to damage the hearth finish.
1.8 As it is not possible to fully sweep the flue through the
stove, provision must be made to clean the flue and
collect debris without removing the stove.
1.3 To connect 6: (150mm) flue pipe (Stovax part 4602) to
the stove in accordance with Building Regulations
(Document J) an adapter (Stovax part YM-EL200ADPT)
must be fitted between the flue pipe and the stove.
1.4 Seal the connecting joints with fire cement.
1.5 Top flue pipe installation
Flue Pipe 915mm (3ft)
Size
5”
6”
Stovax Part No
4502
4602
Seal Collar with Fire Cement
VM-EL200ADAPT
1.6 Connect a flue pipe by inserting it into the flue spigot
and sealing using fire cement.
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
2. COMMISSIONING
2.1
Before lighting the Elegance stove, check the following
items: a) Fit of internal parts (firegrate, firebricks, baffles, and
fuel retainer).
b) Door alignment, seals and catch operation.
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
2.9
c) Operation of air controls.
If there are any problems with the fit or operation of any
of these items, this should be corrected before
continuing with the commissioning of the Elegance
stove.
Carry out a final smoke draw test, by first warming the
flue with a blowlamp, or similar, for about 10 minutes.
Then place a smoke pellet on the centre of the grate,
with the air controls open, and close the door. Smoke
should now be drawn up the flue and be seen to exit
from the flue terminal. This test should be completed
with all doors and windows in the room where the stove
is fitted closed. Should this test fail, the suitability of the
flue system and ventilation should be re-checked.
Light the appliance and gently allow the temperature to
increase slowly to operating levels. Check that no
combustion products are entering the room. When the
stove has reached a steady operating condition open the
main firedoor and carry out a spillage test with a smoke
match or pellet around the door opening.
If excessive spillage does occur, allow the appliance to
cool and re-check the suitability of the flue system and
ventilation.
Explain the safe operation of the stove and the use of
the controls to the user, along with the need to only use
suitable fuels. Also explain the cleaning and routine
maintenance requirements.
Explain the requirements to use a suitable fireguard
when children, elderly or infirm persons may be near the
appliance.
Record dealer/supplier details and installer details in
user instructions.
Record serial number on page 4 of this instruction
booklet. This number will be required when ordering
spare parts and making warranty claims.
2.10 Give these instructions to the customer.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
1. GENERAL
2. USING THE STOVE FOR THE FIRST
TIME
1.1 This stove is designed for domestic heating and should
only be used for this purpose, and in accordance with the
manufacturer’s operating instructions.
2.1 When new, it is best to burn the fire at a low output for
the first few days of use. This will allow the construction
to settle and all fixing glues and paint to fully cure.
1.2 It should be installed by a competent installer (HETAS
registered GB only), in accordance with all local
regulations, including those referring to national and
European standards.
2.2 Avoid touching the paint during the first period of use.
2.3 During this time the stove may give off some unpleasant
odours, and we recommend that you keep the room well
ventilated during this period to avoid a build-up of fumes.
1.3 The stove should only be used to burn approved fuels
and should not be used with liquid fuels or used as an
incinerator.
1.4 As with all heating stoves, the surfaces will become very
hot when in use, therefore due care should be taken
when near the stove. If it is to be used in the presence of
young children, elderly or infirm persons a suitable
fireguard should be used. Care should also be taken with
the placement of combustible items near the stove as
conducted and radiated heat could cause a fire hazard.
3. BURNING WOOD
3.1 Open the Airwash control fully and open the Primary
air control to approximately 25% open.
3.2 Place some pieces of firelighter or dry crumpled paper on
the grate and cover with some small pieces of dry
kindling wood. Light the paper or firelighters.
Stovax offer a wide range of firescreens and sparkguards,
along with a hearthgate system designed to offer full
protection for a range of stoves and fireplaces. Your
Stovax dealer can advise you on these products.
3.3 To avoid the build-up of condensation on the door glass
it is advisable to leave the door slightly open as the fire
establishes and the glass warms.
3.4 As the fire becomes established add larger pieces of wood
and fully close the door. Do not leave the stove with the
door open as this could over-fire the stove and cause
permanent damage.
1.5 The additional ventilation required for the safe use of this
stove should be kept free of any obstructions, both inside
and outside the building, at all times.
1.6 Have your Stovax product serviced annually by a
competent service engineer, and if repairs are required
use only Stovax approved spare parts.
3.5 As the fire becomes established, close the Primary air
control and control the burn rate using the Airwash
control only.
1.7 Do not make unauthorised modifications or changes to
the stove. No other heating appliance should be
connected to, or share the same flue or chimney system.
3.6 To burn wood efficiently it is best to allow a bed of ash to
build-up on the grate, or the base of the stove, and
control the combustion using the Airwash control only.
1.8 SERIAL NUMBER This number will be required when
ordering spare parts or making warranty claims.
3.7 Before re-fuelling the stove it is advisable to first rake the
embers evenly over the firebed then open the Airwash
control fully for a few minutes, to establish a glowing bed
before adding new logs.
1.9 AIR CONTROLS (typical layout)
3.8 Allow the new logs to burn at high output for a few
minutes before adjusting the burn rate, with the Airwash
control, to the desired setting. It is best to refuel little
and often to maintain clean and efficient burning.
AIRWASH
CONTROL
Above door
3.9 The ideal control settings to suit the particular
installation and personal preferences will be established
by experience in using the stove.
3.10 It is not recommended to load large amounts of logs and
burn with the Airwash control on low settings for long
periods of time as this will reduce the effectiveness of the
glass cleaning effect of the airwash. Also this will cause
large a build-up of tars and creosotes in the stove and
flue system.
PRIMARY AIR
CONTROL
On door
See instructions for
detailed use of
controls
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
3.11 We would recommend that the stove be burnt at high
output for at least 30 minutes each day when it is in use.
This will help reduce the build-up of tars and creosotes
within the stove and flue system.
5. OVER-FIRING
5.1 Do not use the appliance at maximum output for
prolonged periods of time, or over fill the firebox with
fuel, as this could result in over-firing. If the connecting
fluepipe, appliance flue collar or top plate glow red with
heat the appliance is being over-fired and the air controls
should be closed to reduce the output.
3.14 Do not burn painted or impregnated wood,
manufactured board products, pallet wood or scrap
timber.
5.2 If a chimney fire occurs shut all air controls immediately
to close the appliance down, and evacuate all persons
from the building before calling the fire brigade. Do not
re-enter the building until it is confirmed safe to do so.
4. BURNING SOLID FUEL
4.1 Open the Airwash control to approximately 50% and
Primary air control fully.
5.3 Following a chimney fire do not use the appliance until it
is inspected, by a HETAS (GB only) registered installer,
to confirm that the appliance is safe to use, or make any
repairs required before re-use. Only genuine Stovax
replacement parts are to be used to keep your appliance
in safe and efficient working order.
4.2 Place some pieces of firelighter or dry crumpled paper on
the grate and cover with some small pieces of dry
kindling wood. Light the paper or firelighters.
4.3 To avoid the build-up of condensation on the door glass
it is advisable to leave the door slightly open as the fire
establishes and the glass warms.
5.4 After any chimney fire it is recommended that the
chimney system be inspected and swept by a NACS
registered (UK only) chimney sweep, to confirm that the
system is structurally sound and free from any
obstructions before re-use.
4.4 As the fire becomes established add pieces of solid fuel
and fully close the door. Do not leave the stove with the
door open as this could over-fire the stove and cause
permanent damage.
4.5 As the fire becomes established, reduce the Airwash air
control to approximately 25% and control the burn rate
using the Primary air control only.
6. SEASONAL USE
4.7 Before re-fuelling the stove it is advisable to first de-ash
the firebed, using the riddling grate system (if fitted) or a
suitable poker. Do not use bare hands to operate the
riddling system or if using a poker to clear the firebed.
6.2 The air controls should be set in the 50% open position
to keep the appliance ventilated, and stop the build-up of
any moisture inside.
6.1 If the stove is not to be used during the warmer periods
of the year it is recommended to clean and service the
stove, as detailed in the maintenance and servicing
section of this booklet.
4.6 To burn solid fuel efficiently it is best to control the
combustion using the Primary air control only.
6.3 Before re-lighting the stove remove the baffles, clear any
debris that may have accumulated, and check the flue is
clear of any blockages.
4.8 Then open the Primary air control fully for a few
minutes, to establish a glowing bed before adding new
fuel. Allow the new fuel to burn at high output for a few
minutes before adjusting the burn rate with the Primary
air control to the desired setting. It is best to refuel little
and often to maintain clean and efficient burning.
7. ASH REMOVAL
7.1 The burning of any fuel will produce ash, which will have
to be removed after a period of use. This time will depend
on the fuel used. Before removing the ash from the stove
it is advisable to let the fire burn down to a low level, or
even go out completely. The ashpan can be removed
using gloved hands from the stove after opening the door.
4.9 The ideal control settings to suit the particular
installation and personal preferences will be established
by experience in using the stove.
4.10 We would recommend that the stove be burnt at high
output for at least 30 minutes each day when it is in use.
This will help reduce the build-up of tars and creosotes
within the stove and flue system.
7.2 As heat can remain in the ash for a long period after use
care must be taken when removing and carrying the full
ashpan. We suggest that the ashpan be carried using
gloved hands, or the ash is placed directly into a Stovax
Ash Caddy.
4.11 Do not burn bituminous coal, ‘petro-coke’ or other
petroleum based fuels, as this will invalidate the
product guarantee.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
7.3 When burning wood the amount of ash will be smaller
and may only need removal once every week. To do this,
allow the fire to burn out and cool. Then after removing
the log retainer scoop out the ash with a suitable shovel.
It is best to leave a layer of ash in the stove to form a bed
for the new fire.
7.4 Do not place ash in a bin made from plastic or any other
combustible material.
8. RECOMMENDED FUELS
8.1 Wood: - Burn only seasoned timber, with a moisture
content of less than 20%. In most cases, this would
require drying cut wood for at least 12 to 18 months
before use. Poor quality timber could cause low
combustion efficiency and produce large amounts of
harmful condensation, which could reduce the
effectiveness of the airwash system, and ultimately the life
of the stove.
8.2 Do not burn painted or impregnated wood or
manufactured board products.
The symptoms of poor performance related to wet wood
include: -
•
Difficulty getting a fire going and keeping it burning well
•
Dirty glass
•
•
•
•
Smoky fires with little flame
Rapid creosote build-up in the chimney
Low heat output
Short burn times, excessive fuel consumption and
blue/grey smoke from the chimney.
8.3 To help avoid large build-ups of tars and creosote within
in the stove and the flue system, it is recommended to
burn at maximum output for at least 30 minutes each
day. The use of Stovax Protector chimney cleaner will
also help to reduce this problem.
8.4 Solid fuel: - Burn manufactured smokeless fuels, listed as
suitable for use with closed heating stoves. Do not burn
bituminous coal, ‘petro-coke’ or other petroleum based
fuels, as this will invalidate the product guarantee.
8.5 If you require advice on suitable solid fuels contact your
local Approved Coal Merchant. Details can be obtained
by ringing the Solid fuel Association advice line on
Freephone 0800 600 000, or their web site at
www.solidfuel.co.uk
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MAINTENANCE AND SERVICING
4.5 Check and clean, with a soft brush the Firebricks.
Replace any broken bricks. It is normal for some surface
damage to occur during use and life will depend on the
type of fuels burnt.
1. GENERAL CLEANING
Before any cleaning is carried out allow the stove to
cool fully including any ash to avoid risk of burns
1.1 We would recommend that your Elegance stove be
cleaned fully on a regular basis, according to the level of
use. Attention should be given to cleaning the baffle
system, flueways and removing ash. Regular cleaning and
preventive maintenance will help give many years of safe
use.
4.6 Re-fit cleaned internal parts.
4.7 Remove the glass from the door, and discard all old rope
seals.
4.8 Remove the door rope seal from the outer edge of the
door clean the old glue from the door sealing rope
groove.
1.2 The external paintwork may be cleaned using warm
soapy water and a soft clean cloth. Wipe dry with a soft
clean cloth before re-lighting. Do not leave unit without
drying, as this may cause rust.
4.9 Clean the door glass using Stovax Stove Glass cleaner
and a soft cloth. Do not use abrasive cleaners to remove
tar or soot deposits from the glass.
4.10 Replace the glass edge seal with new and re-fit the glass
into place in the door.
2. CLEANING GLASS
2.1 While the correct use of the Airwash system, and good
quality fuel, will generally keep the glass clean when the
appliance is used you may sometimes need to clean the
glass.
4.11 Fit new door rope seal, gluing it in place with Stovax
Thermic Seal rope adhesive. When fitting new door seals
we recommend closing the stove door and leaving for at
least 12 hours before using. This allows the adhesive to
fully bond to the seal before use.
2.2 This can be done as follows. Allow the Elegance stove to
cool fully, never attempt to clean hot glass. Any deposits
can then be removed using a soft cloth and Stovax Glass
Cleaner.
4.12 Lightly oil the door catch mechanism and hinge pins.
Avoid getting oil on to the door seals, glass and
paintwork.
2.3 Before re-lighting the appliance, dry the glass fully.
4.13 To refresh painted finishes it is possible to re-paint using
Stovax Thermolac stove paint.
2.4 Do not use abrasive cleaner or cleaning pads.
4.14 We recommend that only genuine Stovax replacement
parts are use to keep your appliance in safe and efficient
working order. Your local Stovax dealer will be able to
provide you with the genuine parts you require.
3. CHIMNEY SWEEPING
3.1 We would recommend that to maintain the safe and
efficient use of the appliance the flue / chimney is
inspected and swept at least once a year, by a NACS
registered (UK only) chimney sweep, to confirm that the
system is clean, structurally sound and free from any
obstructions.
4.15 When using the stove for the first time again it is best to
burn the fire at a low output for the first day of use. This
will allow the new seals to settle and all new fixing glues
and paint to fully cure.
4.16 During this time, the stove may give off some unpleasant
odours, and we recommend that you keep the room well
ventilated during this period to avoid a build-up of fumes.
4. ANNUAL SERVICE
4.17 If you require help, your local Yeoman dealer will be able
to carryout all of your service and maintenance
requirements for a reasonable cost.
4.1 At the end of the heating season it is recommended to
strip, inspect and clean the stove as detailed: -
4.2 Carefully remove all of the following internal parts.
Internal Baffle, Firebricks, Complete grate, Ashpan, see
section 5, and Vacuum clean any remaining ash and
debris from the inside of the stove. Stovax ‘Ash Clean’
(4228) is recommended for this operation.
4.3 Clean the internal, metal, surfaces of the stove a using a
wire brush and scraper as required and vacuum and brush
the resulting debris from the stove.
4.4 Clean the Grate parts with a wire brush, check for any
damage and replace any damaged parts as required.
16
ELD200DR
183799
See detail list*
180492
183790
183963
181938
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Stove body
Door - anthracite
Ash pan
Wood storage compartment
Flue spigot
Firebrick
Grate
183792
183791
183795
183802
181938
183949
183950
183786
183787
183788
183789
Log Guard
Door Handle
Primary air control
17
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
*181
*202
*205
*206
Glass pane curved 280x260
Deflection plate 338x200x19
Top plate
Door spring
Secondary air control (Airwash)
Support deflection plate
Guard plate
Firebrick 300x300x30
Firebrick 153x40x30
Firebrick 345x60x30
Firebrick 300x200x30
183793
183799
See detail list*
180492
0065000015000
183790
183963
181938
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Stove body
Door - anthracite
Ash pan
Wood storage compartment
Flue spigot
Firebrick
Grate
Warming compartment insert plate
Log Guard
Door Handle
Primary air control
18
183792
183791
183795
183802
181938
183949
183950
183786
183787
183788
183789
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
*181
*202
*205
*206
Glass pane curved 280x260
8
Top plate
Door spring
Secondary air control (Airwash)
Guard plate
Firebrick 300x300x30
Firebrick 153x40x30
Firebrick 345x60x30
Firebrick 300x200x30
183793
183799
See detail list*
180492
183790
183963
181938
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Stove body
Door - anthracite
Ash pan
Wood storage compartment
Flue spigot
Firebrick
Grate
183792
183791
183802
181938
183950
183949
183786
183787
183788
183789
Log Guard
Door Handle
Primary air control
19
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
*181
*202
*205
*206
Glass pane curved 280x260
Baffle 338x200x19
Top plate
Door spring
Secondary air control (Airwash)*
Guard plate
Support deflection plate
Firebrick 300x300x30
Firebrick 153x40x30
Firebrick 345x60x30
Firebrick 300x200x30
SPARE PARTS LIST
Elegance 240
Part No. Item
182554
181338
See detail list*
180492
181341
182556
181938
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Description
Part No. Item
Stove body
Door - anthracite
Ash pan
Wood storage compartment
Flue spigot
Firebrick
Grate
Log Guard
Door Handle
Primary air control
181324
183127
183128
182557
182558
1825593
1825603
1825613
182623
20
11
12
13
14
15
16
*163
*164
*165
*166
Description
Glass curved 340x280
Baffle 430x210
Cover plate
Door spring
Door bolt
Secondary air control (Airwash)*
Firebrick 260x62x30
Firebrick 275x60x30
Firebrick 280x250x30
Firebrick 280x220x30
SPARE PARTS LIST
Elegance 250
Part No. Item
183761
181338
See detail list*
180492
183762
183763
183764
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Description
Stove body
Door - anthracite
Ash pan
Wood storage compartment
Flue spigot
Firebrick
Grate
Warming compartment insert plate
Log Guard
Door Handle
21
Part No. Item
181938
183765
183766
183767
182557
1825593
1825603
1825623
183768
11
13
14
15
16
17
*163
*164
*166
*200
Description
Primary air control
Baffle 420x145x19
Baffle 420x80x19
Cover plate
Door spring
Secondary air control (Airwash)
Firebrick 260x62x30
Firebrick 275x60x30
Firebrick 280x220x30
Firebrick 330x250x30
SPARE PARTS LIST
Elegance 270
Part No. Item
183761
181338
See detail list*
180492
183762
183763
183764
181938
181984
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Description
Stove body
Door - silver painted
Ash pan
Wood log compartment
Flue spigot
Firebrick
Grate
Warming shelf inlay (silver)
Log Guard
Door Handle
Primary air control
Glass pane 370x340
Part No. Item
183765
183766
183769
182557
183770
196914
196917
1825593
1825603
1825623
183768
22
13
14
15
16
17
18
*163
*164
*166
*200
Description
Baffle rear 420x145x19
Baffle front 420x80x19
Top cover (silver)
Spring (door)
Secondary air control (Airwash)
Side panel (silver)
Seal - door 8mm
Seal glass pane 10x4mm
Firebrick 260x62x30
Firebrick 275x60x30
Firebrick 280x220x30
Firebrick 330x250x30
SPARE PARTS LIST
Elegance 280
Part No. Item
183953
183450
See detail list*
182641
180492
182654
181930
181938
181938
182655
181361
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
14
15
16
Description
Part No. Item
Stove body
Door
Warming shelf
Wood log compartment
Ash pan 340x320
Flue spigot
Firebrick
Warming shelf inlay ST
Grate
Log retainer
Door handle
Primary air control
Secondary air control (Airwash)
Glass pane 465x370 flat
Upper baffle 375x160
182659
181954
183452
183453
183454
196912
196915
181353
181354
181355
181977
181978
182227
182656
183471
23
17
18
19
20
21
*105
*106
*107
*152
*153
*158
*174
*191
Description
Lower baffle 385x290
Base support framework
Side panel left
Side panel right
Top cover steel sheet
Seal door 10mm
Seal glass
Firebrick 173x97x30
Firebrick 260x123x30
Firebrick 276x45x30
Firebrick 480x165x30
Firebrick 480x165x30
Firebrick 370x120x30
Firebrick 360x220x30
Firebrick 425x115x30
YEOMAN STOVES
A division of Stovax Ltd
Falcon Road, Sowton Industrial Estate, Exeter, EX2 7LF
Tel 01392 474500 Fax 01392 219932
www.yeoman-stoves.co.uk
Email: yeoman@stovax.com
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