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Installation and User Manual HELO Roxx Premium

ELECTRIC SAUNA HEATER:

1107

60

040517

1107 – 90 – 040517

230V – 240V 1N~ / 2~

230V 3~

400V

415V 3N~

CONTROL PANEL:

1601

31 (RA

31) Trend)

1601 – 33 (RA – 33) Premium Wifi

314 SKLT 72-3 A

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Contents

1.1 Check before taking a sauna bath

1.2 Sauna room

1.3 Operation of the sauna heater controls

1.4 Operation of the sauna heater controls

2. Preparing for sauna heater installation

2.1 Installation

2.2. Various stages of the installation

2.2 Installing the sensor near a supply air vent

2.3 Ceiling installation of the sensor

2.4 Installing the Extra NTC sensor

2.5 Sauna heater safety clearances

2.6 Connection of the sauna heater to the mains

2.7 Electric heating toggle

2.8 Locating the connecting box for the connection cable in the sauna room

2.9 LocatRemote controlling

2.10 Wiring diagram

2.11 Recommended sauna room ventilation

2.12 Heating the sauna

2.13 Sauna heater stones

2.14 If the sauna heater will not heat up

2.15 Door switch

2.16 Principle image when RA 33 Premium is used as control panel

2.17 BWT technology in a Roxx Premium heater

3. Helo Roxx Premium spare part list

4. ROHS

Figure and tables

Figure 1 Mounting the sauna heater to the wall

Figure 2 Safety distances and sensor positions.

Figure 3 Location for the connection box

Figure 4 Order of RJ 10 connectors.

Figure 5 Wiring diagram

Figure 6 Rekommended sauna room ventilation

Figure 7 Installing the door switch

Figure 8 Pin – order of RJ 10

Figure 9 Principle image

Table 1 Safety clearances

Table 2 Connection cable and fuses

Table 3 Coupling order of RJ 10

Table 4 Connecting the door switch.

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1.1 Check before taking a sauna bath

1. The sauna room is suitable for taking a sauna bath.

2. The door and the window are closed.

3. The sauna heater is topped with stones that comply with the manufacturer's recommendations, the heating elements are covered with stones, and the stones are piled sparsely.

NOTE! Ceramic rocks are not allowed.

The heater's main switch is located at the bottom of the heater, on the right side as seen from the front.

The main switch is marked with a 0 – 1 sticker.

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1.2 Sauna room

The walls and ceiling of a sauna room should be thermally well insulated. All surfaces that store heat, such as tiled and plastered surfaces must be insulated. It is recommended to use wooden panel cladding inside the sauna room. If there are heat storage elements in the sauna room, such as decorative stone, glass etc., note that these elements may extend the preheating period even though the sauna room is otherwise well insulated (see page 4, section

1. Preparing for sauna heater installation).

1.3 Operation of the sauna heater controls

This appliance may not be used by children aged less than eight years, by persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or by persons lacking experience and knowledge regarding its operation only if such have been given instructions on the safe use of the device and the risks involved. Children must not be allowed to play with the appliance or to clean and service it without supervision. (7.12 EN 60335-1:2012)

1.4 Operation of the sauna heater controls

Refer to the specific control panel operating instructions.

Pleasant, smooth sauna bath temperature is about 70 °C.

If you encounter any problems, please contact the manufacturer's warranty service shop.

For additional information about enjoying a sauna bath, please visit our website at : www.tylohelo.com

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2. Preparing for sauna heater installation

Check the following before installing the sauna heater.

The ratio of the heater's input (kW) and the sauna room's volume (m 3 ). Volume recommendations are presented in the table 1 on page 6. The minimum and maximum volumes must not be exceeded.

The sauna room height must be a min. of 1900 mm.

Uninsulated and masonry stone walls extend the preheating time. Each square metre of plastered ceiling or wall surface adds 1.2 m 3 to the sauna room's volume.

Check page 8 Table 2 for a suitable fuse size (A) and the correct diameter of the power supply cable (mm²) for the sauna heater in question.

Conform to the specified safe clearance around the sauna heater. Please refer to page 7 table 1. The sauna heater is levelled by the adjustable legs

There should be enough room around the sauna heater controls for maintenance purposes. Also a doorway can be considered as a maintenance area.

Only a single sauna heater is allowed per sauna room

2.1 Installation

Follow the safety clearance specifications on page 7 when installing the sauna heater. A thin panel is not a suitable mounting base; the mounting base must be reinforced with timber behind the panel. The minimum clearances specified on page 7 must be followed even if the sauna room wall materials are incombustible.

Walls or ceilings must not be clad with fibre-reinforced plaster board or other light-weight cladding, because they may cause a fire hazard.

Install the sauna heater so that the sign and the warnings can be read even after the installation.

The control panels are installed outside the sauna room. Refer to more detailed installation instructions in the installation and operation guide of the control panel.

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2.2. Various stages of the installation

Borr diam. o 3,5 mm

With the adjustment legs driven in, the mounting height of the sauna heater wall mount is 750mm from the floor.

The adjustment legs can be adjusted 15mm in case the floor is inclined. After the mounting, check that both adjustment legs are evenly against the floor.

The distance between the holes for the mount in the wall is 240mm.

Parts for wall mounting:

- sauna heater locking wedges (A)

- wall fastening (B)

- sheet metal screw 4.2 x 13mm

2 pcs

1 pc

2 pcs

2 pcs - build screw 6 x 40mm

Pass the locking wedges (A) through the holes in the heater so that the ingoing part is turned upwards.

The wall mount (B) is attached to the wall so that the holes where the locking wedges are secured to are upwards.

The mount may also be attached directly to the sauna heater.

Mark the locations of the screws on the wall and, if necessary, drill small holes and mount the sauna heater then to the wall with the screws provided.

The picture shows how the wall mount should be attached to the sauna heater. The locking wedges are attached to the wall mount with the sheet metal screws.

Figure 1 Mounting the sauna heater to the wall

240

Min.

240 mm

240mm

B

A

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2.2 Installing the sensor near a supply air vent

The sauna room air should be exchanged six times in an hour. The diameter of the supply air pipe should be between 50 and 100 mm.

A circular air supply vent (360°) must be installed at least 1000 mm away from the sensor.

An air supply vent with a flow-directing panel

(180°) must be installed at least 500 mm away from the sensor. Air flow must be directed away from the sensor.

360°

180°

1000 mm

500 mm Sensor

Sensor

2.3 Ceiling installation of the sensor

Ceiling installation of the sensor In ceiling installation, a 5-mm hole must be drilled to the sensor case to allow any condensed water to drain.

Do not spray water directly towards the sensor or splash water at it with a sauna scoop.

ø 5 mm

2.4 Installing the Extra NTC sensor

The additional OLET 31 sensor is connected to the Ext NTC connector on the RJ10 circuit board. For more details, refer to the switch diagram. The additional sensor is installed on the sauna room wall no more than 500 mm from the ceiling. Once the additional sensor has been connected to the circuit board, it is automatically activated. This means that the temperature shown on the control panel is measured by the additional sensor.

The primary sensor installed above the sauna heater only has the limiter circuit that limits the maximum temperature to 110 °C. Even if the temperature is set to 110 °C on the control panel, the maximum temperature that can be shown on the panel is approximately 90 °C, as the primary sensor above the heater limits the maximum temperature to 110 °C. Depending on individual preferences, the temperature of a sauna room is typically set between 70 and 80 °C.

2.5 Sauna heater safety clearances

Output Sauna room Heater minimum clearances Amount of stone kW

6,0

9,0

Volume min. m³

5

9 max. m³

10

13

Height min. mm

1900

1900

From side

A mm

100

100

Table. 1 Safety clearances

From front

D mm

300

350

To ceiling

F mm

1070

1070 ca. kg

38

38

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MIN. mm

40

Sensor

OLET 31

A A

100 490 100

MIN. mm

Sensor

OLET 31

280 D

7

MIN. mm

Sensor

OLET 31

10

A A

100 490 100

10

280 D

10

10

MIN. mm

Sensor

OLET 31

Figure 2 Safety distances and sensor positions.

- For wall installation, install the OLET 31 sensor 40 mm from the ceiling on the centre line of the heater.

- For ceiling installation, install it above the heater, and in line with the centre line of the heater. Do not install the sensor anywhere else.

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2.6 Connection of the sauna heater to the mains

The sauna heater must be connected to the mains by a qualified electrician and in compliance with current regulations. The sauna heater is connected with a semi-permanent connection. Use H07RN-F (60245 IEC 66) cables or a corresponding type. Other output cables (signal lamp, electric heating toggle) must also adhere to these recommendations. Do not use PVC insulated cable as a connection cable for the sauna heater.

A multipolar (e.g. 7-pole) cable is allowed, if the voltage is the same. In the absence of a separate control current fuse, the diameter of all cables must be the same, i.e. in accordance with the front fuse.

The connecting box on the sauna wall should be located within the minimum safety clearance specified for the sauna heater. The maximum height for the connection box is 500 mm from the floor. See page 9. Figure 3

Locating the connecting box for the connection cable in the sauna room

If the connection box is located at over 500mm distance from the heater, the maximum height is 1000mm from the floor..

Power kW

6,0

9,0

S auna heater’s connection cable

H07RN

F/ 60245

IEC 66 mm²

400-415V 3N~

Fuse

A

Sauna heater’s connection cable

H07RN

F/ 60245

IEC 66 mm²

230V 3~

Fuse

A

Sauna heater’s connection cable

H07RN

F/ 60245

IEC 66 mm²

230V-240V 1N~ / 2~

Fuse

A

5 x 1,5

5 x 2,5

3 x 10

3 x 16

Table 2 Connection cable and fuses

4 x 2,5

4 x 6

3 x 16

3 x 25

3 x 6

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1 x 35

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NOTE: Controlling the lights in the sauna with the circuit board is only possible with resistive loads (incandescent light bulbs). The circuit board relay cannot withstand capacitive loads (switched-mode power supply units). If the lighting fixtures in the sauna have transformers, for example LED or halogen lamps, the stove circuit board's relay control must be fitted with a separate relay or contactor for controlling the lights.

Sauna heater insulation resistance:

The sauna heater heating elements may absorb moisture from air, e.g. during storage. This may cause leakage currents. The moisture will be gone after a few heating sessions. Do not connect the heater power supply through a ground fault interrupter.

However, adhere to the effective electrical safety regulation when installing the sauna heater.

Remove the nut and the rubber grommet from the strain relief bushing. Make a vertical split in the spot where the lead-in rubber grommet aligns with the hole. Insert the control panel's and sensor OLET 31 cable through the strain relief bushing and insert the cable through the splitted holes. Tighten the strain relief bushing nipple.

2.7 Electric heating toggle

Electric heating toggle applies to homes with an electric heating system.

Sauna heater has connections (marked N-55) for controlling the electric heating toggle. Connectors N-55 and the heating elements are simultaneously live (230V). The sauna heater thermostat also controls the heating toggle. In other words, home heating turns on once the sauna thermostat cuts power off the sauna heater.

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2.8 Locating the connecting box for the connection cable in the sauna room

A = Specified minimum safety clearance

1. Recommended location for the connecting box

2. Silumin box recommended in this area.

3. This area should be avoided. Always use a silumin box.

In other areas, use a heat-resisting box (T 125 °C) and heat-resisting cables (T 170 °C). The connection box must be clear of obstacles. When installing the connection box to zones 2 or 3, refer to the instructions and regulations of the local energy supplier.

A

3.

2.

A

3.

2.

1.

Figure. 3 Location for the connection box

2.9 LocatRemote controlling

The Heater can be remotely controlled by connecting a closed contactor, which can be pulse triggered, to connectors 3 and 4 of a RJ10 circuit board. The recommended cable size is AWG 24 or 26. The maximum length of an AWG 24 cable is 200 m when using a Trend controller.

The maximum length of an AWG 26 cable is 130 m when using a Trend controller.

Kretskortet RJ kontakter

Pin layout of a RJ10 circuit board connector

NOTE: Incorrect connections may break a circuit board.

Pin layout of a RJ10 connector

Additional sensor (NTC)

Pin 1

Pin 2 NTC 10 kOhm

3.3 V

Pin 3

Pin 4

NTC 10 kOhm

CPU

Remote control switch (Ext switch)

Pin 1

Pin 2

Pin 3

Pin 4

To switch

To switch

GND

12 VDC

Door switch

Pin 1

Pin 2 Alarm LED

Pin 3

Pin 4

Door switch

Door switch

GND

GND

12 VDC

Pin 1

Sensor (Sec/NTC)

End stop GND

Pin 2 NTC 10 kOhm

3.3 V

Pin 3 CPU

Pin 4

NTC 10 kOhm

End stop 10V

Table 3 Coupling order of RJ 10 connectors to circuit board

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ON

OFF

1 2 3 4 5 6

DIP switch positions for sauna heater use

Control panel

RJ 10-connectors

Figure 4 . Order of RJ 10 connectors.

Sensor, Door switch, Remote control, Additional NTC

Figure 5.

Wiring diagram

2.10 Wiring diagram

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2

1

1 2 3 4 5 6

K1

F2

T3,15 AH

K2

X5

X6

X7

X2

X3

X4

X1

OLEA 10

Ext

NTC

8.

L1 / N

6, - kW 400 V 3N~ t

L2

6, - kW 230 V 3~

1

X8

X9

X10

X11

Aux 2

Aux 1

Ext

Switch

Door

Switch

Sec/

7.

6.

1.

F1

T1 AH

X17

X18

X12

X13

X14

X15

X16

Light

Aux 0

Control panel

NTC

RJ45

5.

4.

N N N 55

3.

9.

2.

1. Syöttö / Nätet / Stromnetz / Power input. / Puissance absorbée / Vermogensingang / Entrada de

alimentación / Входное напряжение / Wej ś cie zasilania.

2. Sähkölämmityksen vuorottelu / Alternering med elvärme / Signal kontakt / Signal contact / Contac

du signal / Signaalcontact / Contacto señal / сигнальный контакт

/ Styk sygnalizacji

1

2

L1

2

N

3

3

4

4

5

L2 L3

5

6

6

L1 L2 L3

3. Saunavalo / Bastu belysning / Saunabeleuchtung / Sauna light / Éclairage du sauna /

Saunaverlichting / Luz de sauna /

Выход для освещения / O ś wietlenie sauny

4. Ohjauskeskus / Styrpanel / Steuergerät / Control panel. / Panneau de commande / Bedieningspaneel

Panel de control / Пульт управления / Panel steruj ą cy

5. Tuntoelin / Sensor / Fühler / Sensor / Capteur / Sensor / Czujnik / Датчик

6. Ovikytkin / Dörrströmbrytare / Door switch / Türschalter / Interrupteur de porte / Interruptor d

Двер ной выключатель / Ro z łą cznik na drzwiach e puerta /

7. On/Off- painonappi / On/Off-Knapp / On/Off-Push button / Ein/Aus-Taste / Bouton-poussoir marche/arrêt

Pulsadorde encendido / apagado / On/Off K нопка / On/off nacisnąć przycisk / Drukknop Aan/Uit

8. Tuntoelin extra / Sensor extra / Fühler extra / Capteur appoint / Dodatkowy czujnik / дополнительный датчик

9. Tuuletin / Fläkt / Ventilator / Fan max, 100W / вентилятор

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2.11 Recommended sauna room ventilation

C

5 5

7

4

C

1

6

1000 mm

2

1

B

3

4

B

3

C

C

A

A A min

500 mm

1

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Figure. 6 Rekommended sauna room ventilation

1. Sauna room 3. Electric sauna heater 5. Exhaust flue or channel

2. Washroom 4. Exhaust valve 6. Door to the sauna room

7. A ventilation valve can be installed here to be kept closed while the sauna is heated and during bathing.

Inlet vent can be positioned in the A zone. Make sure the incoming fresh air will not interfere with (i.e. cool down) the sauna heater's thermostat near the ceiling.

The B zone serves as the incoming air zone, if the sauna room isn't fitted with forced ventilation. In this case, the exhaust valve is installed min 1m higher than the inlet valve.

DO NOT ISTALL INLET VALVE WITHIN ZONE C, IF THE SAUNA HEATER'S CONTROL THERMOSTAT IS LOCATED

IN THE SAME ZONE.

2.12 Heating the sauna

Before turning the sauna heater on, make sure the sauna room is suitable for taking a sauna bath. When heated for the first time, the sauna heater may emit some odour. If you detect any odour while the sauna heater warms up, disconnect the sauna heater briefly, and air the room. Then turn the sauna heater back on.

You should turn the sauna heater on roughly an hour before you plan to take a sauna bath, so that the stones have time to heat up properly and the air warms up evenly in the sauna room.

If you encounter any problems, please contact the manufacturer's warranty service shop.

Pleasant, smooth sauna bath temperature is about 70 °C.

Do not put any objects on the sauna heater. Do not dry clothes on the sauna heater or anywhere in its vicinity.

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2.13 Sauna heater stones

Quality stones meet the following requirements:

- Sauna stones should withstand heat and heat variation caused by vaporisation of the water thrown on the

stones.

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- Stones should be rinsed before use in order to avoid odour and dust.

- Sauna stones should have an uneven surface to supply a larger surface for the water to evaporate from.

- Sauna stones should be large enough, measuring about 50 – 80 mm to allow good ventilation between the stones.

This extends the useful life of the heating elements.

- Sauna stones should be piled sparsely in order to enhance ventilation between the stones. Do not bend the heating

elements together or against the frame.

- Rearrange the stones regularly (at least once a year) and replace small and broken stones with new, larger stones.

- Empty the stone compartment regularly, at least once a year in private use, remove small and broken stones and

replace them with new ones.

- In commercial use this operation must be performed at least every second month.

- Stones are piled so that they cover the heating elements. Do not, however, pile a large heap of stones on the heating

elements. For a sufficient amount of stones refer to Table 1 on page 6. Any small stones in the package of stones

must not be piled on the sauna heater.

- The warranty does not cover defects resulting from poor ventilation caused by small and tightly packed stones.

- Structural clay tiles are not allowed. They may cause damage to the sauna heater that will not be covered

by the warranty.

- Do not use soapstone as sauna rocks. Any damages resulting from this will not be covered by the stove

warranty.

- Do not use lava stone as sauna rocks. Any damages resulting from this will not be covered by the stove

warranty.

- DO NOT USE THE HEATER WITHOUT STONES.

2.14 If the sauna heater will not heat up

If the sauna heater will not heat up, please check that:

- the power is on;

- the main fuses of the sauna heater are intact;

- is there any error messages on the control panel. In case of an error message on the control panel,

please refer to the control panel instructions.

THE PERSON INSTALLING THE SAUNA HEATER SHOULD LEAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS AT THE PREMISES

FOR THE FUTURE USER.

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2.15 Door switch

The door switch refers to the switch on the sauna door. This switch complies with regulations. Public and private saunas must have a door switch, i.e. saunas where the heater can be switched on from outside the sauna, e.g. using an On/Off button or a similar method.

If the door is opened before the heating sequence is started, (pre-set heating) automatic use (remote use) is disabled after one minute. The door must be closed and the function restarted from the control panel.

If the door has been left open for more than five minutes while the heater is on, the heater is automatically turned off.

The heater can be turned on again from the control panel after the door is closed. The fault indicator light, if installed, will start flashing. See installation instructions below.

Door switch instructions for installation and connection

The door switch is installed outside the sauna room on the upper edge of the door, at least 300 mm from the inner corner.

The switch part is installed on the door frame and the magnet is installed on the door. The distance between the switch and the magnet is 18 mm.

When the door switch is installed on the top part of the door, TylöHelo recommends using the TylöHelo model with product number 0043233, SSTL 8260371.

When the door switch is installed on the bottom part of the door, TylöHelo recommends using the TylöHelo model with product number SP11000326, SSTL 8263280 .

See the installation and user instructions supplied with the heater for instructions.

Door switch Min. 300 mm Junction box

Heater

Magnet on the door

Door switch position when installed on lower part of the door

Max 18 mm

Connection box

Door switch

Magnet for the door

OLEA 103

3 4

Connect the brown and black door switch wires.

(closing contact)

Figure 7 Installing the door switch

Pin 1

Pin 2

Pin 3

Pin 4

Figure 8 . Pin – order of RJ 10

Door switch

Door switch

Door switch

GND

12 VDC

Conductor colour

Orange

Green/white

Table 4. Connecting the door switch.

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Heater

Heater

Adapter circuit board

OLEA 103

Adapter circuit board

OLEA 103

Sensor OLET 31

1 = Blue

2 = White

3 = Red

4 = Yellow

RJ10 intermedia cable

Silicone 4 x 0,25 mm²

Sensor OLET 31

2

1

4

3

Control panel

RA 33 Premium

End stop return acknowledgement

Control panel

RA-33 Premium

Heater

Figure 9 Principle image

Input

230V – 240V 1N~/ 2~

230V 3~

400V

415V 3N~

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2.17 BWT technology in a Roxx Premium heater

Bio Water Technology (BWT) uses the heater's thermal energy to heat water and raise the moisture level without a separate heat source. Moisturised air improves the sauna climate, and various fragrances and salts can be evaporated to make the sauna experience more enjoyable.

A water container with a lid is delivered with the heater; the container can be installed between the heating elements.

The water tank can be installed when approximately 2/3 of the heater stones have been stacked. The water tank, even when empty, does not need to be removed when the heater is on.

The tank has a capacity of approximately two litres. Bringing water to the boil when the tank is full takes approximately 1-

2 hours depending on the set temperature.

It is recommended to pour water into the tank when the heater is turned off. Water is poured through the grate on the lid.

You can pour less water into the tank if the bathing time is shorter.

The water tank must be removed and impurities, such as limescale etc. removed every so often. The stones surrounding the tank must be removed during cleaning, so that the tank can be lifted more easily.

When the water is boiling, the moisture levels in the sauna remain high. This means that the temperature can be kept lower while still experiencing pleasant heat. More heat and moisture can, if necessary, be created by throwing water on the stones on top of the heater.

Mild fragrance essences, suitable for heater use, can be put in the water tank.

You can, for example, put mountain salt crystals on the lid of the water tank. They dissolve into the steam and evaporate into the air. If mountain salt crystals are placed in the water tank, the salinity of the water will remain 26%.

Part

3. Helo Roxx Premium spare part list

Part number Part name Helo Roxx 60 Premium Helo Roxx 90 Premium

1 4071002 Rock gate 1 1

2 5916324 Circuit board OLEA 103 1 1

3

6

6

4

5

7

7712000

7812550

6214042

4316221

5207518

5320517

Strain relief

Mains connector NLWD 1-1

Thermostat OLET 31

Heating element SEPC 64

Heating element SEPC 65B

Contactor OKTA 5-1

8 6119649 Rocker switch

9 7306611 Rubber cover for rocker switch

Tabel 5 Roxx Premium Spare parts list

1

1

1

1

1

3

-

2

1

1

1

-

3

1

1

2

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