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1 TWIST Instruction Manual

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5 S P A R E P A R T O V E R V I E W Item Designation Article number 1 Flue pipe connector (non-rotating) black Z20556 Flue pipe connector (non-rotating) grey metallic Z30137 Flue pipe connector (non-rotating) copper Z34088 2 Hinge nut Z11836 3 Lock complete B12322 4 Tongue Z23677 5 Shaker disk Z25948 6 Rotary control knob Z33349 7 Side panel bracket, lower L01007 8 Cast floor (rotating) black B16065 Cast floor (rotating) grey metallic B15761 Cast floor (rotating) copper B16286 9 Cast floor (non-rotating) black Z34147 Cast floor (non-rotating) grey metallic Z34148 Cast floor (non-rotating)...

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6 E N G L I S H C O N T E N T S Spare part overview 4-5 Drawing explanation 6 Packaging 7 Technical Specification 7 1. IMPORTANT INFORMATION General warning and safety information 8 Before setting up 8-9 2. BRIEF HEATING INFORMATION Suitable fuels 10 Fuel quantities 10 Maximum fuel quantity 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 Assembly of steel casing 15 Assembly of soapstone casing 15...

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7 E N G L I S H PACKAGING Your first impression is important to us! The packaging of your new stove provides excellent protection against damage. However damage to the stove and accessories may still occur during transport. Therefore please check your stove on receipt for damage and completeness! Report any deficiencies to your dealer immediately! When unpacking please take care to ensure the casing panels are undamaged. Scratches to the material can easily occur. Natural stones and ceramics are excluded from the warranty. The packaging of your new stove is environmentally neutral to a...

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8 E N G L I S H 1 . I M P O R T A N T I N F O R M A T I O N Please read these instructions before installation and operation. Observe the national provisions and laws as well as the regulations and rules applicable locally. GENERAL WARNING AND SAFETY INFORMATION Observe the introductory general warning information - Read the entire manual thoroughly before putting the stove into service. Please read these instructions before installation and operation. Observe the national provisions and laws as well as the regulations and rules applicable locally. - Only approved transport equipment with...

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9 E N G L I S H 1.3 Observe the formation of flue gas (atmospheric inversion) and draughts when the weather is unfavourable. Infeed of too little combustion air can lead to smoke in the rooms or to flue gas leaks. Hazardous deposits in the stove and chimney may also occur. If flue gas escapes, let the fire burn out and check whether all the air inlet openings are free and the flue gas pipes and the stove pipe are clean. If in doubt notify the master chimney sweep since draught malfunctions may be connected to your chimney. 1.4 Push the embers together to form a firebed when you add new...

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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 Your stove is generally suitable for burning dry firewood. You can also burn fuels such as wood briquettes. Only use dry fuel (moisture content between 14 and 18 %). Burning waste of any kind, particularly plastic, damages your stove and chimney and is prohibited by the emission reduction laws. FUELS 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 of fuel is added, your...

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11 E N G L I S H Facing the challenges of our times means assuming responsibility. Maintaining our natural world is now one of our most important tasks. Our products represent developments according to the state of the art. This is the main precondition for clean, efficient and problem-free working of our stoves. CLEAN BURNING Clean combustion requires: 1. DRY AND UNTREATED FIREWOOD. Guideline between 14 % and 18 % relative wood moisture. Wood stored dry and ventilated for 2 – 3 years. A stove is not a waste incinerator. The warranty lapses if waste or non-approved materials such as...

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12 E N G L I S H 3 . I N S T A L L A T 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 wood stop 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 for new connections in a brick-built chimney: 1. Measure and mark...

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13 E N G L I S H 4. OPERATION 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 recommended, 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 to the right in the start heating position,...

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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 coatings are harmless according to TÜV report; a hazard to health can be ruled out. However, we recommend airing the flat after initial heating several times. - 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 The ash drawer must be emptied regularly to...

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