Flamerite Fires Jaeger Installation Precautions

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This product is only suitable for well insulated spaces or occasional use

Installation & Precautions

Carefully remove the suite from the packing, checking that neither the heater nor the power cable has been damaged during transport. Do not operate the suite if either is damaged. Please bear in mind the weight of the suite before removal from the packaging and installation. Consider if help is required. Any alteration to the power cable should only be done by a qualified electrician and to the Flamerite Fires guidelines stated below. Your suite is guaranteed for one year from the date of purchase. In the unlikely event of a breakdown you have access to our customer services team, simply call 01543 251122 during office hours, 9am – 5pm or e-mail on [email protected]

The accessories are found in a box that is packed at the side of the suite.


Where a chimney is not blocked off completely it will cause the heater to cut out during use. ONLY if installing into a chimney and you are not sure that you have cut off the draw 100% we recommend covering the slots in the rear and at either side.

Automatic safety cut out: The heater is fitted with an automatic cut out to prevent any damage due to overheating. The element will continually and automatically cut out if the airflow is obstructed. Never cover the air outlets. To reset, switch the fire off, disconnect from the mains supply, remove the cause of the overheating, check the micro switches and allow to cool for a suitable period then switch the fire back on. Caution: In order to avoid a hazard due to inadvertent resetting of the thermal cut out, the appliance must not be supplied through an external switching device, such as a timer, or connected to circuit regularly switched on and off by a utility.

Electrical connections: Your appliance comes fitted with a plug that incorporates a 13A fuse. The replacement fuses must be 13A and ASTA approved. If the fuse cover is lost the plug must not be used until a replacement cover, of the same colour, is obtained from an electrical retailer.

The appliance is fitted with a moulded plug if it is necessary cut off the plug, for any reason, it must be discarded immediately with the fuse removed. Under no circumstances should any attempt be made to reuse the plug, do not insert into any 13A socket as this could cause a hazard. If the mains cable is damaged it must be replaced by the manufacturer or an authorised technical service centre.



The wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code.

Green and yellow:





As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this appliance may not correspond with the colour markings in your plug proceed as follows: -

• The wire which is coloured green and yellow must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked with the letter E, or coloured green or coloured green and yellow, or marked with the earth symbol

• The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked with the letter N, or coloured black.

• The wire which is coloured brown must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked with the letter L, or coloured red.

Insert the plug tightly into its IEC connector underneath the fire if not already done so. If the removal of the plug is absolutely necessary for installation, cut off in an area within 100mm only of the plug itself. Any further will affect your warranty.

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Using as a Hang on the Wall.

The height at which you may wish to fix the fire to the wall is up to you, though we recommend anywhere from 40-60cm from the floor to the bottom of the fire. The wall bracket should be fixed to the wall with the highest point of the edge facing forward/upward Fig.1. The corresponding edge where the fire is to be hung on the wall bracket can be found on the back, at the top, across the fires centre. Once the wall bracket has been fixed, lift and hook the fire into place. A second bar should then be added to the underside of the fire Fig.2. A channel in the underside of the fire will be visible, the remaining bracket will slot into this. Again mark off, remove fire and fit the bracket to the wall. Refit the fire, lift and hook onto the brackets.

Fig. 1 Fig. 2

Fuel Effects

Once the fire has been installed in the correct position unpack the fuel effect from the accessory box. Pebbles (and wood effect/cost option) maybe arranged in a random formation on top of the fuel bed.

External lighting Remote Control (RGB)

• These lights maybe turned on or off independently from the fire by pressing the buttons marked ON & OFF on the remote control.

• For the RGB remote to be affective it must be pointed at and upwards towards the top where the RGB lamps are situated. The working area is in a direct line of sight at the very front of the suite toward the lights. You may, depending on where the remote is pointed change one lamp at a time or both together.

• There are sixteen individual colours to choose from as well as the ability to mix and match using the pre-set or programmable fade and strobe functions. A dimmer is also present.

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Before any maintenance/cleaning is undertaken, always disconnect the fire from the mains power supply.

Replacing Lamps (Dimmable 240V 7W 3000k E14 LED lamps): Replacements are available from Flamerite Fires [email protected]

Allow a suitable time for the lamps to cool then remove the glass & fuel effect (see Installation). Remove the two screws from either side of the fuel bed and lift out of place. Remove and replace the lamps, fuel bed, fuel effect and glass. Please note that replacement Lamps are only covered from purchase by a 2 year warranty


The fire can be cleaned with a soft damp cloth and none abrasive glass cleaner.


• Do not open and close the glass repeatedly while the heater is on or the cut out will activate.

• Do not use the fire in the vicinity of a bath shower or swimming pool.

• Never use the fire to dry laundry.

• Never install the fire directly underneath a fixed main socket.

• Never cover the appliance during the operation of the fire.

• The use of an extension lead is not recommended.

• Particular caution should be applied to ensure that children do not play with the fuel effects.

• As with any electrical appliance whilst the instructions aim to cover as many eventualities as possible, caution and common sense should be applied when operating your appliance, particularly in the vicinity of small children.

Areas around the fire will become hot when activated. We strongly recommend small children be kept away from having any direct contact with the appliance by means of fitting a fireguard. This appliance is not intended for use by persons (or children) with reduced physical sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience or knowledge unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning the use of the appliance by the person responsible for their safety. Children should be supervised to ensure they do not play with this appliance.


No power to the fire: Check the wall socket, plug, fuse and lamps.

No illumination: Make sure fire is turned on. Check heater is working, if so check lamps.

Illumination but heater blowing cold: The safety cut out may have operated. Check for obstruction around the heater. If installed into a chimney or cavity wall is 100% of drawn air blocked off from the fire.

Noise when illuminated: Due to moving parts, the electric fire will make a noise.

Noise from the heater when in use: The sound of rushing air is normal.


Please recycle responsibly. Take your item to your local recycling centre – you can easily locate your nearest centre on the Recycle Now website or check with your retailer for details on either a collection service or a store take-back scheme (some may apply charges). Councils may offer a household recycling collection service for small electrical items; contact your local authority for more details.

Information requirement for electric local space heaters

Model identifier (s)


Heat output

Nominal heat output

Minimum heat output (indicative)

Maximum continuous heat output

Auxiliary electricity consumption

At nominal heat

At minimum heat

In standby




Pmax,c elmax elmin elSB










Type of heat output/room temperature control

With distance control option

Room temperature control, with open window detection

With electronic room temperature control plus week timer

Contact details:


Flamerite Fires Ltd. Greenhough Road, Lichfield. Staffs.

WS13 7AU

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