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Eco - 5

- 5 - S P A R E P A R T O V E R V I E W Item Designation Article number 1 Hinge B15807 2 Flue pipe adapter Z10020 3 Cooking plate lid Z10021 4 Handle sleeve Z14937 5 Lock cpl. B12322 6 Vibrating grate Z25946 7 Vibrating panel Z25948 8 Glass retainer L01244 9 Torsion spring Z32691 10 Vibrating grate lever L00616 11 Control knob Z33349 12 Marking plate Z33105 13 Fireclay, rear Z32590 14 Fireclay, front right Z32591 15 Fireclay, front left Z32592 16 Fireclay, rear left/right Z32593 17 Deflector panel lower Z32596 18 Deflector panel upper Z33323 19 Wood retainer, black Z32940 Wood retainer,...

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Eco - 6

- 6 - C O N T E N T S Drawing explanation 6 Packaging 7 Technical Specification 7 1. Important Information General warning and safety instructions 8 Before setting up 8 2. Breaf Heating Information Suitable fuels 10 Fuel quantities 10 Maximum fuel quantities 10 Clean burning 11 Burning wood 11 3. Installing the Fire Connecting the fire 12 Making an external combustion air feed 12 4. Operation Lighting the fire 13 Ash drawer 14 Operating the shaker grate 14 Rotary control knob 14 5. Fitting options Changing flue pipe connection above the connection at rear 15 6. Maintenance and Cleaning...

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Eco - 7

- 7 - E N G L I S H PACKAGING Your first impression is important to us! The packaging for your new fire provides excellent protection from damage. However damage to the fire and accessories can occur during transport. Therefore please check your fire for damage and that all parts are there on receipt! Report any defects to your fire dealer immediately! When unpacking please ensure that the soap stone panels are intact. The material scratches easily. Soap stones are not covered by the warranty. The packaging for your new fire in the main has no effect on the environment. The wood in the...

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Eco - 8

- 8 - E N G L I S H 1 . I M P O R T N A N T I N F O R M A T I O N Read the instructions before installing and commissioning your stove. Pay particular attention to the national regulations and legislation, as well as any local directives and rules. GENERAL WARNING AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS The general introductory warning information must be followed. - Read the whole of the manual thoroughly before commissioning the fire. - Only approved transport aids with adequate load bearing capacity must be used for transporting your fire. - Your fire is not suitable for use as a ladder or scaffold. -...

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Eco - 9

- 9 - E N G L I S H 1.3 You must follow the flue gas formation in the event of unfavourable weather (atmospheric inversion) and the draught conditions. If too little combustion air is added smoke can enter your house or flue gases can escape. Additionally harmful deposits can arise in the fire and in the chimney. In the event that flue gas escapes let the fire go out and check if all air inlet openings are free and the flue gas feeds and the fire pipe are clean. In cases of doubt you must inform the master chimney sweep, as a fault in the draught could be due to the chimney. 1.4 Before...

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Eco - 10

- 10 - E N G L I S H 2 . B R I E F H E A T I N G I N F O R M A T I O N SUITABLE FUELS In principle your fire is suitable for burning dry billets. You can also burn fuels such as wood brickets. Only use dry fuel (between 14% and 18% rel. wood humidity). The burning of waste of any kind, in particular plastics, damages your fire and the chimney, and is prohibited by the Emissions Protection Ruling. FUEL QUANTITIES The fire is equipped with flat firing due to the design. This means that only one layer of fuel may be placed on the existing basic embers. Please note that when a larger quantity...

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Eco - 11

- 11 - E N G L I S H The challenges of the present day and age mean that everyone must act responsibly. One of most important matters of concern is retaining our natural world. Our products are developments that comply with the most recent state of the art technology. This is an essential prerequisite for a clean, efficient and perfect functioning of our fires. CLEAN BURNING The following is important for clean burning: 1. THE FIREWOOD MUST BE DRY AND UNTREATED. Recommended value between 14% and 18% rel. wood humidity. Dry and well ventilated stored wood that has been stored for 2-3 years....

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Eco - 12

- 12 - E N G L I S H 3 . I N S T A L L I N G T H E F I R E Before first commissioning or after changing the location of the fire, cleaning and service work, ensure that the flue plate, as well as the log guard (part 17 and 19) is in the correct position. When using a flue pipe with throttle valve, the throttle valve must be open. Care must be taken with this fire that the flue draught reaches at least the prescribed value (10 Pa). Should problems arise here, please contact your master chimney sweep. CONNECTING THE FIRE Proceed as follows when fitting a connection to a bricked chimney: 1....

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Eco - 13

- 13 - E N G L I S H 4 . O P E R A T I O N STARTING THE FIRE In order to keep exhaust emissions as low as possible, we would ask you to keep to the following starting instructions. 1. If the fire and chimney are still cold or if there is atmospheric low pressure, then burning some paper at the start is reco mended, in order to “drive” the cold out of the fire and chimney. 2. To start heating first lay untreated paper on the floor of the combustion chamber, on top of that 0.5 kg soft wood chip and 1 kg wood (3 small billets). Turn the rotary control knob (page 14) to the right in the start...

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Eco - 14

- 14 - E N G L I S H THE FIRE PAINT ONLY HARDENS PROPERLY AFTER HEATING UP DURING USE. - Do not touch the surface during heating. It is still soft. - Our paints are completely harmless in accordance with the TUV-certificate; there is no danger to health. In spite of that we recommend that the house is well ventilated several times after first heating. - Heat the fire up well – this will reduce the hardening time. - Hardening of the surface is complete after several proper periods of heating. All details on the nature of the fire wood and correct heating can be found in Chapter 2. ASH DRAWER...

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Eco - 15

- 15 - E N G L I S H 5 . F I T T I N G O P T I O N S CHANGING FLUE PIPE CONNECTION ABOVE TO CONNECTION AT REAR - Remove the stone cover (part 36). - Now remove the two stone side sections. - Loosen the two hexagonal screws and remove the plate fins (part 33, 34). Please remember when changing the flue pipe connection that the individual parts of the stone panelling weigh about 40 kg. In addition the surface of the stone should be protected to prevent scratching. - Cut out the pre-stamped, round section in the rear wall (part 32) using a hacksaw. - Swap the flue gas connector and the hob...

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