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Charnwood WOODBURNER

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Category: Kitchen-ranges

FUELS Wood Wood must be dry and well seasoned. Ideally it should be cut, split and stacked under cover for at least a year and preferably two years before being burnt. Hard woods, such as Ash, Beech and Oak are preferable to Soft woods such as Pine. The wood should be burnt in a bed of ash on the flat base of the stove. Burning wet unseasoned wood will result in heavy tar deposits in the chimney and reduced outputs. Peat Cut peat should be dried before burning to reduce tar deposits. Peat should

Charnwood W013

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Category: Laminate Trimmers

Charnwood SLX20

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Category: Gas Heaters

Fume Emission Warning Note: Properly installed and operated this appliance will not emit fumes. Occasional fume from deashing and re-fueling may occur. Persistent fume emission is potentially dangerous and must not be tolerated. If fume emission does persist then take the following immediate actions should be taken: a) Open the doors and windows to ventilate the room. b) Let the fire out and safely dispose of fuel from the appliance. c) Check for flue or chimney blockage, and clean if required.

Charnwood Roomheater

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Category: Fans

3 Door Operation ............................................ 3 Lighting ....................................................... 3 Controlling The Fire .................................... 3 Running The Fire With The Doors Open ..... 4 Ash Clearance..............................................4 Riddling ....................................................... 4 Refuelling..................................................... 4 Overnight Burning ....................................... 4 Throat Pla

Charnwood LA30iB

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Category: Electric Heaters

The end of the flue pipe must line up Page 8 LA30iB 3.99 Central Heating Flow Central Heating Return Drain Cock at Lowest Point Drain Cock Indirect Hot Water Cylinder Cold Water Tank Overflow Feed and Expansion Tank 22mm Open Vents Gravity Radiator Circulating Pump Central Heating Return Drain Cock at Lowest Point Drain Cock Indirect Hot Water Cylinder Domestic Hot Water Draw Off Cold Water Tank Overflow Overflow Feed and Expansion Tank 22mm Open Vents Gravity Radiator Circulating Pump Injector

Charnwood Grosvenor

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Category: Convection Ovens

This stove must not be used with any solid fuel, it is only suitable for natural gas or liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) according to the burner unit supplied. Ensure that the local gas distribution conditions, the nature of the gas pressure and the adjustment of the stove are compatible. Check that the burner data plate corresponds with the type of gas which is to be used i.e. natural gas or LPG. The burner unit data plate is attached by a chain to the underside of the burner unit. The site of the

Charnwood FIREPIT

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Category: Other Home Accessories

FUELS Wood Wood must be dry and well seasoned. Ideally it should be cut, split and stacked under cover for at least a year and preferably two years before being burnt. Hard woods, such as Ash, Beech and Oak are preferable to Soft woods such as Pine. The wood should be burnt in a bed of ash on the flat base of the stove. Burning wet unseasoned wood will result in heavy tar deposits in the chimney and reduced outputs. Peat Cut peat should be dried before burning to reduce tar deposits. Peat should

Charnwood DX20i MkII

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Category: Gas Heaters

WARNING There must not be an extractor fan fitted in the same room as this appliance as this can cause the appliance to emit smoke and fumes into the room. If the appliance is fitted in place of an open fire then the chimney should be swept one month after installation to clear any soot falls which may have occurred due to the difference in combustion between the appliance and the open fire. When using the fire in situations where children or infirm people are present please use a fire guard to

Charnwood Country 8B

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Category: Kitchen-ranges

5. Typical Central Heating & Hot Water System Low Limit Low Limit Thermostat Gravity Flow 28mmHigh Limit Thermostat High Limit ThermostatGravity Flow 28mm Drain Cock Indirect Hot Water Cylinder Gravity Radiator Domestic Hot Water Draw Off Cold Water Tank Overflow Feed and Expansion Tank 22mm Open Vents Overflow Central Heating Flow Central Heating Return Drain Cock at Lowest Point Gravity Return 28mm Circulating PumpThermostat Using 4 Boiler Tappings Fig. 4. Typical Central Heating & Hot Water S

Charnwood Country 8 Mk2

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Category: Fans

Some deposits on the glass may be burnt off simply by running the fire at a fast rate for a few minutes. Do not use Tool Pull Forward and Swing Down Tool Throat Plate Throat Plate Pull Forward and Swing Down Country 8 Country 12 Fig. 3. Throat Plate Location abrasive cleaners or pads as these can scratch the surface which will weaken the glass and cause premature failure. Aerosol spray cleaners should not be used near the appliance whilst it is under fire. When not in use If the fire is going to





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